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vOt 33. PENSACOLA, FLORiDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 11. 1902 NO 76 t

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4 FIRST GUN FIBED IN \i KNELL SOUNDS FOR REED. BULL FIC.IT:-IN -CAROLINA. i I ATTEMPT TO BREAK i

Last Rites Over His Remains Held at Two Registered Jerseys Matched for ] THE OLD RELIABLE

'I Portland: Me. I Cattle zt Rock Hill. I STRIKE f 5Y BRIBERY I
COLONIZATION! PLAN'
Portland Me.. Gee M.-.Sin: le Lut Charleston, S. C.. Dec. !<'.-Sporting I i

Y,; w. Impressive services, consisting: of mu- men from t\\o states are expected in aOYAv.
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i Southern Pacific Joins Agricultural :!'(', scripture, prayer and a brief eulogy Hock Hill Friday, when two registered Anthracite Commission 13' .

were held over the remains off Jersey bulls:! weighing 1,000) pounds i .

Department. ". rriir Speaker Thomas Bracket each will ght! for, big stakes. Treated to Sensation.I' pp Sorg t

-- Recd at the First Pa.ith Unitarian The bulls are 4-year-olds. One is

TO BREAK TCCACCO COMBINE. church: in this city. The edifice was owned by R. F. Thomasson. of Rock TESTIMONY: .OF JCHN EAKLY. O iktiG

thror.f'rith a Distinguished!! assemble Hill, and the ether is the property ol -

Southern Pacific Rfuses to:: Join With! which included the governorsof M. M. Tillman. The fight will take Check VVeijhnrrn Ttlts: How He Was ,

the! Lires Turning West From t Maine and Ia.s5arhubftts. th? Loyal place at Thomasson's cock pit. Offered a Bnie: to Join Others In ,
2-2' J.(";!I'u, several Grwand Army of the An ampith ater, with a seating capacity P6'
i I About! a Ter-
Coing: Wears to Bring
Louis, Forming the .Southwestern K i.ul.lic! posts, mnchers of the bar. : for DOO persons has been erext-

( / v ColonlntoEncau.:: : rt.! i-r.d-I!, '-I; 'SMoAat-5! from nearly ed. min::tat; cf the Anthracite ::itrik:. :(

b1 tl r i .<:ry iwml: ::'atinn of the state of Tlll're111 he two cocking mains.
An attl-
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urn L. Bcrncs, Washc. N"-v. Oil, :!.cs. DM. !'>.-The an- Msmo The v.u'ow and 'aughter with nine birds in each, and Thorns- to Scranton break the, Pa.biec.miners strike by buUerj A

l'O'll: ;' vest lllal'.l' today from \,ash. were atter.:led by a nt1nbof personal son has announced that a fight to the
Ladles Auxiliary to strike commission today
was toll! the
!itia that the So.Uiic..i Pacific would: friends and screened f.,'m tie finish between two thoroughbred bull. ,
-ost, No. 4, 0. A. R., jom! with the UnueJ S's t iU.m; crowd in th e main pdiflce The day Logs will bo an attraction. by John Early, a check weighman employed POWDERAbsotUtelyPure'
Grove colliery o-:
tt+ at the Gyjtfj
;usLdiaE.Pinkham'svompound. mem of agriculture; in i.: d<-relnp: was one of mourning t" :'chcnt the The bull fight has been extensively the Erie coa.pany, who was the pees. :

unit and colonization of Toxas tobactw cay.Iany: places of l.:.=inlsP'l e advertised, but it is said here that the .cltut of the G) psy Grove local union : :
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of beak- dosed! durin the afternoon. Public governor may stop it.
luiiLS for the i-uriobe former
introduced to a
it "ml.to"omc'nonly, He s:id he was | SUBSTITUTE
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,, in ing the tobacco combine, is the first buildings were also closed during the This is the first time on record that Grime I THERE
'1'<>r is called s>t>nietors. mine forman named Michael
., but still matters gaa in the war which has beta precipitated day.The! such an event has been planned for in the Lackawannaalley hotel in
services at the church held South Carolina.
', but I have were
i worse ;
Southern another miner
by the refusal of the Scranton. Early and
o r a case of female weak.as at 2 o'clock/ but for some hours the The fights are scheduled to begin of
Pacific to join with the lines running name d O'Hara a'.so! the president a
\ not helped when body had hen bins; in state in the Friday at noon, to continue until every
dahlel from Louis forming the local union were each ofterd $2,500
Yt' west St. ,
i riiiklianiN THE JOB IS
1 parish house where it was viewed bythrongs bull cock and dog is killed.
pI nod t -is. used faithfully. For southwestern c-olonlzation! bureau. to get ten men to pass a resolution !
of people. In the front pewswere
who are subject to sending the men from the two locals
Traffic
Manager
Assistant Passenger seated the pallbearers Joseph THINK MINERS GAVE POISON. '
.u-he. Irregular or pain- back to work.
: nt-rvous attacks due to S. F. U. Moibc made the statement Syraonds, John C. Small, George E. follows NOT WANTED
:
Early's was as
story
iiu on the system by here that the Southern Pacific! would Bird Attorney General J. M. Solders Stomach:: and Liver of Marston Will He met Grimes in the hotel through
iruuliUand\ for women not go into the St. Louis association Judge Clarence \;ale, of the district!; Be Examined. --
another In the course of theconversation
person.
the most tryingstrves
'ar in Abut would continue the development ol court Robinson Wi'llanrs, William
to correct ; Pittshurg.. Fans.. Dec. 10.-Th I Grimes asked him how
every C. H. Clark the street car m'1who
,
schemes via the
,rt- a healthy action of its own colonization Bradley and W. R. Woods. stomach and liver of A. B. Marston he stood in politics. Early replied
New Orleans The affiliation The ceased and after brief elected member of the
> >dv..ii. gateway. organ a assistant genral manager of the Texas that he had not made up his mind was a

I .. I ..1'inKli.iinNVt'Rctaldemud ; ; with the department of agriculture pause Hev. John Carroll Perkins, the and Pacific company, who died here and Grimes said that being president police force at yesterday's meetingof
} ,'a.t'hold reliance for the of th. church read! appropriate
considered
t is a coupe pastor suddenly Lave been sent to Kansas deal
he had
loe With- cf a local union, a good the board of public safety: Ins
1 n.iuld not
rience with this Southern Pacific and will immediately selections from the Bible, following City for chemical analysis The circumstances of influence among his friends in Dun-
i "p. into the a fight that has with prayer. After a short strain from of his taken the matter under consideration -
,n'rs tears, I have develop open death and the condition more and that if he worked for \Vi\-\
.,'Iai l it and al- : been quiuly raped since early in th6 the organ Mr. Perkins delivered! tie : of the stomach lead to the belief liam Connell! for congress he would and has concluded that: he had

Mu*. r.uJ\. : summer: and more opculy since Get pillowy and closed his remarks with that death was caused by arsenic five him $1.000. This was on Sept. better stay in his present position.
1 -t X. i:., \\"a!>hf ...,. he benediction.! The casket was I al poisoning.Maston! '
23.:: After Grimes made the Jl.Of'O
-f cannot tin produced. procure proposition, continued Early, Grimes
1 j Rich Strike of Oil. of the city tolled f,3: strokes, the funeral gro miners to be shipped to ThurberTex. said: is said that Clark's: refusal was
.i MhciiiM lot' ao ('- Kr.m\1Ip, Ter.n.. Dec. M.-A Sen,
The little
party entered carriages. ., and evidence forthat
was brought
111111':1 a' 'untlheI "How about the strike? Don't you prompted by a remark made by a
\ tlnol spefLM I from Jamestown. Tcnn.. procession parsed to Evergreen the show that "
inquest to ir
,' tli.it Lydia P.. persons : think the men are weakening: ?
tt ji t.iMo (Compound says: that Robs Bear oil! "'f'lI0.. $ cemetery, where the body was place Texas were bitterly! opposed to the im, He said he did not think thfy were certain city official after yesterday'smeeting.

.. : I I.. "it i p-er n-. a rem- struck oil yesterday ands' is now flowing In a tomb: to await burial in the spring. portation of negroes: but Richard Hay. wavering. Grimes then told him that .

'. t'n. ,1I..tl'ciu:; ills of at the rate of l.Ofll barrels a (lay. dm a young negro who accompanied he knew a break was coming in the

'" It is a fine greet oil and i" by far the PIRATES SCOURGE SEAS. Marston from Texas swore that he ranks and that: they would be defeated. One Bottle of Burn tt's Vanilla Extract i3 i
richest strike yet made in that section know better than three of the doubtful f
did not that his employer had Grimes recognized that the men
The strike I is at a depth of only 2::1tent. Philippine Waters Infested by Desper any enemlee kind. Though costing; a few cents;
F 'r1! EKE had grievances and that they had put
adres Led by American. rt 's ''o-r>+ the poison may bare n i) a good fight and as long! as they more per bottle, its purity and great

,e .'.l 'milder! Victoria. U. C. Dw. 10.-The steamer been contained ij a lirtiuof mineral were ycius to i>e oeiedTPd; { rlv the Vir| I !strength; make it the most economical -

., ,,'J, \V. ,!, first-; .\ Single! I>..nc. S :l\\'mnt. from Manila: brought water purchased in South McAlesterI. crators. Early ou,;ht to gt somethingout brand

: f r r u I""" .',, rates. !Sometimes; a single doge of the news of piracy in the Philippines thei"spE'ra(1ps T. The water remaining in the of it. Grimes then made this prop-
Pdafox
'ur being led by an American. bottle will ho analyzed.
Marston had
serious osition:
r .: right remedy will cure a cage BURGURF
I of illne-. It has been said if the The brig Marica! bound for not been subject to sudden sickness If Early could get ten"men to have

:" 11'/" tj\, JUillIL have a liver could be kept in good condition Cataunuan, Tayahas province, for Manila and there is no Indication of suicide. a resolution! passed by his local !

had beaten up the coast and was Grimes: would of thpm Slftfi
l i < 1.'llUan I give nice l.
Parlor -- -
1 there would be no further danger to
I becalmed! off Cavite bay. She had as KILLED FOR INSURANCE. the teeth man $200:! and Early $2,5Mi' ; WHITE MANA
-> < ) lI >> >': > si they the human system. Thin a liver I passengers five Chinese merchants, I
all
and expenses nooessary to
I tonic become* the mn=t important carryout f
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11111 cheaper than. who were on their way to Manila to
medicineyou could hive. HKPAT- John Williams and Wife Held For the Fchemi1. lie further added ----

ICUItA i is the bet liver tonic; one purchase goods.; Murder In Philadelphia. that Early need not apply for work for I

Hot Roils, I you can take with pleasure because During the night a sloop came alongside Philadelphia Dec. l".-.Irhn Williams three months, and that he then would white man or a very light negro
at 51'. in., lOe'' it will injure beneficial results. and six men climbed over the
you and his wife b" foreman's
with given
charged poisoning a position. Dur- did the stealing at the hear: residence -
t'!oz at Solomon's. Sold by all druggists.! rail and immediately overpowered the two of their children in orderto big the three months his MpensfRwore
--- Chinese row, bincing all hands with Tuesday night. The servant
collect the insurance on their lives, to be pall< thrro would he 11
ropes. One of those men was an have been lonvxitted! to jail by the trouble in getting a mine foreman's girl, who was alone at the time, says

American dressed in the garb of an coroner to await the action of the certificate as the companies controlledthe she saw the m in's hand very plainly,
inspector ('onsta u1ary. Two of his granl jury boards that i ipsu"d them.
followers! also: uniforms and is positive it wa not a negro.
BRAWNER'S constabulary
wore Tilt-: children Annie, aged 9. and Jo. later ?string the conversation
and carried revolves, as did the sephmc. aged 3, died on Oct. :21 and Grimes a.mf'n:1'd his proposition by offering I i The police think the burglar was

I American. The remaining three Filipinos :22::! respectively, under peculiar circumstances to pave two of the ten men $:::01'1 one of the many yellow negroes who

wr-re armed with bolos. Upon The attending! physicians each and at the same time offered I
hang around town with no visible a
the pirates reaching the dt'ck of the Early J10\ for current ,
SPECIAL icporti'd that the children; died expenses.
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of health inspector and intended In An Bank to Increase Capital.tontgom'r clothes.NO .
!: analysis of the viscera f.f manage to sport good
to search the vessel for arms and ) Ala., lIe('. In.' -Tl"
the dead girls; reveals traces of arsenic :
ammunition. After the crew had been Planters and Merchants' bank ci FALSE CLAIMS.
and the
(CHRISTMAS SALE parents were arrested ,
o\erpoeieds the Chinese were ,. At the hearing the corner said there Ozark is authorized by the sf"'r(tar; The proprietors of Foley's Honey

brought forth ar.J at the point of. wa s't! ('ipnt evidence of poisoningto ; of state to increase its capital from and Tar do not advertise thin as a

drawn revolvers were made to give warrant the holding of the parentsfor $;;0,0111) to $lCOooo. The increased "sure cure for consumption." Theydo

YOU CAN SAVE MOMEY BY CALLING BEFORE EVERYTHING up their money about J17.0ufl. the grand jury. Mock has been all taken and paid complaint not claim in it advanced will cure case this; dread, but

15 PICKED OVER. The pirates embarked in their boat Another child, Laura, aged; 11 years, lor. do positively assert that it will cure

again and heading! towards Cavite died a year ago under similar symp- in the earlier stages and never fails t'

HUM IleavyLtdes''I'th.inall; : is I5oy*' Double-Breasted; 2 piece threatened to kill all hands on boardof tom, the attending physician states. BIG CAHCl'THE to give comfort and relief! in the

tor-, rt''ul..r'U; yard, this ale :site quit*, all wool, worth $0, fptciaUale they did not keep quiet. When worst cases. Foley's Honey and I '
$I Us !uit. the vessel arrived at :Manila the customs Tar is without doubt the greatest '
yard. FREMONT FLAME SWEPT. '1-
throat and Refuse
lung remedy.
; Remember WP cirry a full line oHoys' ; officers were informed but no PECT ANA
Five IVf'- "Black Shark: Skiu,11. substitutes.
I Panty. from 3 to lii age, at clew was found to t-he robbers.Mascagnl's .
.'U Dress G'. od-. latest Out regular price to stilt evprybody. Ohio Town Suffers Fire Loss of

:ard, this sale s9o yard. Look at our Nt" 'Wii.dow for $200,000.

pieces Fancy Dres (;o.xN 1 woll' prices on Ladies' rn erwpar. __ n _> '.Troub'es_ Grow. Fremont 0,. nt'('. 10/ ,-The worst big gang of men are at work to-I BOY GETS i
Nework I
: Pietro
We ( : Mascagnihas !
swell
i Silk: regular: SI l yard, thi sale carry: a : line of LadiesFlannel fire in Fremont's history occurred this day on the big steamer Pee tan. ,
and Silk Walt5 reached another crisis here,
ard. at prices so saysa I
and
morning completely
dl.-troYt'd the
everybody wear on '. dispatch to The Times from Syra her with cotton and lumber. All
pieces All-woOl Black I1e! 70 doz ;Men's Heavy French Neck cuse. =". Y. At the end of the large plant of the Tromer Extract of ing BADLY GUT I :

-ilk, warpregularlyardthi! Moreno, Underhim, special 20o i at the Witting Opera house per.formance Malt company, and the Christy Knife the phosphate that will be loaded at ;

yard. drawers to match. the musicians demanded company, and badly damaged! the A. this time has been placed on the big I
ces 30-inch All-wool Tricot, 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un their salaries D. Hook shirt factory, John Young's
l.regular35c yard, this ale dershirt, worth 5 d.ftj drawers to match. unless paid. Mara ni! said if he
pal Dunkirk. I I
Havre and
S. Srhumy Bros. furniture ton for :
',lu-t ceived a Full Line 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirt them he would have hut IS9 left wh 'hwou'iii factory and South Palafox street early this t

;,:..-. regular 23c!; yard, this sale ;*, worth fl, rfcial 75c ; drawers not earnthe company to To nr-n warproom., entailing! a lo!'s of $200.- About l.'jO; men are working on her afternoon George Xtely, Jr., son of i r!

,i, to match. ronto. The entiie is day and night, and the steamer is t t
party staying butcher, was severely cut by a large !i '
ltll'- ReadytoWeir: Hain00 doz Men's All Wool Camel'sHair One hundred and fifty men are ,

.at L>, w.mb. $1.50, special sale Undershirt, worth $10.. ;special her', hopir.g'son.from money may be obtsr.j thrown oil of employment In the furniture : expected to finish her cargo in about knife wielded by the other boy. The j :
?! drawers to match in White Manager heard now at
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j factory. All the losers
.Rpudy-to-We-ir Rainyrt Red and Fawn colors. ScranVon. If this is not done, the partly l I.ured were week. ---- gash was on the back of Neely'shand i :R ..t

> guaranteed all wool l, |I \\'e have about 3 doz. Men's !Silk tour pray hI' abandoned again.H. Hello central, 31'< ;. Best fruitcake and bled profusely. A track I
$?.tS each. Shirts and Drawers, worth
-pf'clall'alp : j jalu's1 f3i; special made 25 atPfeiffer's
cents
l per pound, :
MOMENTS. of blood extended the distance of an ,
mack and Colored to close 1.20 each. ANXIOUS ,
I .
:Skirt?, worth M 50, special 25 doz. Hoy's ;and Girls' Ribbed T. Mclntyre, St. Paul, lInn"I' time of the most anxious hours of Steam Bakery.IGRADING entire block. Dr. Fordham dressed I I
ii-ii. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at who has been troubled with a a mother's life are those when the I I

s' Black Tailor" l and Fig- 25c; drawers to match. dered stomach, says "Chamberlain's''I little ones of the household have the I EAST the wound at Sheppard's drugstore.CHAMHEULALVS .

't worth $:? ;io to Si;, special 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and !Stomach and Liver Tablets do me 'I crouo. There i is no other medicineso
to 14 ty each. Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c ; moreod than i effective in this terrible maladyas 1,
-to-Wear Jackets, drawers to match. anything I have i
our price Foley's Honey and Tar. It H a STOMACH AM Lifter TABLETS
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$$ each. You wnl save We carry a full line of Ladies', ever taken.: For sale by all druggists : household favorite for throat and ROMANA STREET

by looking at ours before I I Men's and Boy's and Girls' hoes I and medicine dealers.COTOLW.'PEAKE'S. lung troubles, and as it contains no Try them i

'. that we eao save you 25c on. I opiates or other poisons it can be I When you feel dull after eating. t i I

ys' Overcoat; heavy, at SI 50 Remember-We carry a full line I safely given. I When you have no appetite. f ;; k t tI
worth double.
nearly of Men's Clothing Bougnt at SOc on toy
The road machine was put
city have
When bad in the
a taste P
v- Dmblt'-Brea.-t"d :2 piece ,, dollar. We will close them out at you ,;
,rth i S1.50, special: >c suit. just price off other merchants. No. 30 South Palafox street, for your II Foils a Deadly Attack. work this afternoon cutting a uni- I mouth. j l''
; electrical work. He l is prepared to "My wife was so ill that good When your liver is torpid i II i t' t
do first-class I form grade on Romana street, between I When bowels '
you a job at moderate your are constipated. i I II
- n t Buy Blankets and Comforts Until Look prices. Phone 203. physicians were unable to help her Alcaniz and Tarragona. All When you have a headache. t 1 1I
you --- -- writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester, I When you feel bilious. 11I i

"v Remember the Place, Don't to Ind., "but was completely cured by male city prisoners under the super- They will improve your appetite, t: I
forget the
!
buy
i Dr. Kind's New Life Pills." They intendence of Overseer Spottswood I cleanse and invigorate your stomach ,
baby one of those nice little ( and regulate your liver and
'. F. E. BRAWNER. [ in stomach and liver I
P.llafox St. i. work wonders were put to work with the machine. bowels. For sale by all druggists t
Rocking Chairs Mar- sick
from troubles. Cure constipation, and medicine dealers. -
-- at W. A. D'Alem.berte's ,
ston & Quina's. 50c. and headache. 25c

Subscribe for The Daily News. lOc. per week upwards. street. ding store, 121 t;. Palafox mon's.Clam Try Bouillon it. at Solo- liud8 U's, the Best ftr oc. e S K !

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLQ'RIOA' THURSDAY DECEMBER 11 1902



-wIi O'CONNELL'S COOLNESS. THE

CLKASIXGANDHEAIANG CATARRH
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J Thy A Story of the Irish Liberator and a

Falling Floor. Ct'RE }'01t ('RfYSCA

Daniel O'Connell was once addressing .
BecuseI
: Why an enormous meeting In Kingstown TA R a

and the crowd was so large that t

1 ,'I fear was felt for the safety of thelIJi'tn 1ly'staiBalm.

t I Syru of fI9.It I! component parts are all wholesome. I I ;?. As he was about to ppnkgt'lItklllaD a. "

s p acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. ';, ascended the! platform and Easy and pleasant

I IS substances. i Fait. trembling with fear: "Liberator, <0 ose. Contalnno .
: It is wholly free from objectionable FMS
i the flo! .IT is giving way! The beams are njurious dm?. tIe \oj't. '"
:! tke-best I laxativeIt I i I*quickly A barbed v oL'
) : and !
.( family cracking; we bliall all fall throughin Gives Relief
- # _ It contains the I I laxative principles of plants. i I' I.i i I : a few minutes." It Is not given to at once COLD lry' HEAD

It contains the carminative principles: of plants. iii I : many men to lire through; such mo- Allays It pens Inflammation.and cleanses in.Hi' ,

t It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are ments as O'Conu'Il lived through;: as he the Membrane Ue tort-tn) _
p is il: \
,,1 I pure. II rib rose to address the meeting nor to preserve -I and Smell. Large size: Sue i
: I I agreeable and refreshing to the taste. 1 ip such magnificent courage In the ,! mall;TrIAl Size loc bv f.V mil,
Hi;
?'' It is gentle. I I." ."i,. face of great III'rH.'arnlll the man I 56 Warren i
':
,' 4 All are pure. ll r.:; to keep quiet the liberator said "I find ---
fit I.is pleasant. I .:: this: room too small to contain the number
All are delicately I blended. d ? CURES WEAK MEN FREE.
i desire
who to come In. so we must'
I; I It is efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. '. H I therefore leave it and hold the meeting:

t'I' 1:". .. outsid:?." A few? rose to leave, but the lugucen Love and a Ha)>,. I{,

i ii It is not expensive. Its value is: due to our :ncth.of manufacture and to f i i.It i. hall was still packed, and then O'Con- for All g

and of the combination nell said: "Then-1 wilMell you the How any man may qaickn)
1 ; ? .i''' is good for children. the originality simplicity after years of.uffer.ngIron i
!t I .; ;il fi truth. You are Irishmen and therefore oebs, lot! vitality, night loss It
a brave men. The floor is giving way etc,and enlarge small weak

$ .;I! y j :il''I; It is excellent for ladies. ? To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. i :.. .J JI .1 1i : X., and we must leave this room at once. and sue address and vigor to Dr.Simply Knapp si-n M.
,
l if! If there I Is a panic and a rush to the Hull Building. Detroit. M>

,ti It is convenient for business men. Manufactured by iii i !:i I I ; door we shall all be, precipitated Into will tlont gladlyo that send any free man receipt nm) I.'a.a

1 the room below but if you obey my self at home. '1'blllo certain,
} { L 1 ;, e', It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. ::1 ;'.1.1 ol'ders'e shall be safe. Let the dozen from erous their offer,dally and the mill follow show Ini.,< 'i'
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1i! 1 g 1 J It i is used by millions of families the world over. AI.Ij'O DN l hA IG j i l P JP E ,f I : then men the nearest next the dozen door and go so quietly on until out.all" of IhankB"Dear their generosity.for Kln-t'I"as"yours of roc ace ,>

,
j ,I I have ;:OIlC. I shall lie the last to leave. given your treatment a :
II'
? :"= It stanch 1 highest, aa laxative with physicians. ,!. :: The Irishmen followed the advice, the the benefit has braced been extrascompletely
nit- up
J hall cleared and O'Con- vigorous when
: X was quickly ns a boo ai
Y'. 14; If you use it you have the best laxative the world I :!' nell walked the chair! the broken realize bow happy 1 am '
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i San Francisco. Cal. II' alrs-1 our mctboo 'II
#;; i :!' I'I:' llrt uces. Louisville, Ky. New York, N. Y. ,J Jy 'i :' beams gave way.-Oxford Chronicle. fully. Results were i>xaitstrength \
: j :!. and vigor hilt >
; I;. : :': turned and enlargement .
f+ : 1'01. ALL BY ALL LKADIXl DRt'UMtTS. ; .Ii {' factory...
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I. Falsehoods may be stated under impression "Dear Sirs-Yiurswa, r. '.
I. : no troubleiomakint-. ..u

% :Jt k:iJ L :c :" C" : > ';= ..- ,, :: = : ; !is characterized that they by are the truths Intention, but to lying deceive. ; dlrt'ctt'II.8D1cRU to weak men. 1 am truthful gr aii i .
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'ii: & receipt is free for the a..K. ,
: a' every man to have it.

f Ati 5 ---- -- ---- -- -.- .-- -- -- F VII CAKE.

,:j 7 1+11{' i't .:l Little Boy Burns to Death. The Thermometer In MrVncit' Saceil liy rlrt'tlil'lI. I Von :bottle on "'1..1 It.I Don't buy your Christmas: fruitcakes undersigned Mlimit'KKiThe ; tak.f ..- .

g: t 1 t A r I Columbus Ga.. r o-. 10.-Thomas Currie of IIdiiiburh employed a tlPr.mOll1l'ter The gigantic: : tropical fireflies which I A German magazine: published the elsewhere but go to the \\'est! ) 3fftrinlC' er\
; er { Leslie MrCraw. the little! son of Thom. In the! forests ana canebrakes I
'Ir in the treatment of tjphoidfeer swarm I subjoined anecdote about Moltke: "Did flat-:lass licensed :1111\1\\
;t : as Mr-Craw, of Phenix: City, died J-PS- patients with the cold douche ns of most of tit,- low lying West Indian you. your excellency, play whist when Florida Steam Bakery and get the I ing had 35 yearx, '

I terday as the result of burns received early as 1'?; 1';;. He was ridiculed by his islands one iio\ed 1 the salvation of thu you were In Prance'" asked llerr vonRennigsen best made at twenty-five cents per Can give best of refer :

a. iti ,, the day before He was plajins! with German contemporaries as an Instance city of Santo 1IoIIIID O. A body of bnc- of the great battle thinker I pound. (leading physicians of tliMKS. / -

'' ta 'II7 companions! and they built a fire in the of medical decay in English; medicine. canetrs, headed by the notorious Thom I lone evening over a rubber. "EveryI I M. 0' I'';'
: yard. The little:! fi How I Ca\cmi.h; had luLl all their II Jltf Ill South DeNOTICF \ ,
went too close The first clinical application of the as plans I day. when It was possible.! replied -----
l t to the fire and his rlrthin ignited thermometer was made by Santorius of for a dpsvent! upon the! place Intendingto Moltke. "We played half farthing I .
rstr ; q t Nearly all: his eloth'ng! 'I'adiia. He Invented a thermometer massacre the inhabitants and carry 1 gi I
i WAS burned I points, FO that at worst the players I have been antlx.' i< I : k
t off. open at the 1'1111.ltl'r being hdd by away all the tri-at-uiv they conveniently could not lose more than a shilling subscriptions forVn.. .I

4; the patient it was plunged into cold could and hid actually put off their One day Count ISerthusy: was his part These tiny Capsules ::superior' Bryan's paper. "The f.i 1..

?1t 'rr( Judge Crovatt Wins. water. Iloerhave taught the Importance boats fur llit;: purpose, ner. "\Vhy. my dear count. did you to( Balaam of Copaiba, The price is fl.OO per .\ > ,.'

ii ;4T 11. Brunswick Ga.. Dec. 10.-In one of of the thermometer. De Ilaen(170I177C As they niipiinchcd the land how- I play I spades?" spd Moltke. f in a sharp t rbebs 4DJ Injections.tiey tfJDy i I' vance. Those deMrinc : '
; mnflled -lire in 48 hours theC'jrf1 I can have it sent to tin< II h., -,
e the warmest political contests known ; ) miifct be given the honor e\er. rowing with oars they and serious ton*; "[ had an Idea yourexcellency
:$1.00to the
d..1H.M
l-Mixt undersign
Kitniniit
f in Brunswick's of introducing the thermometer into were greatly surprised to see an infinite I I that tgyln.1ln ;
wanted
b history. Judge A J. >ou spades. ;_,"! e. 'Mil 0 K. 11 OQliGGISn I. I K...
.E Crovatt has defeated Mayor Emanueity current use at the bedside. It was number of moving: lights in the ; "Iut.! my dear count one does not play Car I).' .i\I "\ a
l not until ISoO; to 1S70 that it came into woods which fringed the bayou -
e a majority of 3. The fight was : up I 1 whist according to ideas but accordingto
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general use. which they had: to proceed and concluding I'
i.. hard fought by both shies, and Jude rule. replied the field marshal .

i t' Crovatt's election means the end of that the Spaniards knew of shaking his.:.!head.I ___ WICKS
1 ring rule in Brunswick. 1 1 n it o and Ills Critic. their approach they put about and regained k & CO.

Victor Huso;: once made a queer mistake ; their ship! without attemptingto K> Out for Peter

in "nl'a: IIlt'urs de la :'1 er" whenhe lain I i: Biliousness and liver disordes tar

Iii Morphine Caused Death. mention! the Firth of Forth as lbU season may be prevented by P1urnbe Gas and Steam Fitter-
( G Blrmin.1iam. Ala.. IVc. : -
to.-A. Co. cleansing the <-ystem: with DeWitt'sLittle
'the Vernier do (}Iatn.! lIe had confused .
II..IIJoo' Secret of Power.It
l% 1 raell. a white tailor was found dead the word "Iirt with "first" The I Early RL-era. These famous
r ta'a in his bed in the Watts building witha is paid that after )Massillon the little pills do not gripe. They move
English: tnuislator of the lank was at No. ft South
half emptied! bottle of ; t:rt'f: rr.urt priwrhi-r of Fraiut'. !I.-H! the bowels gently but copiously and Palafox Street,
morphine; on the pains to paint this out to the great (jlli'shed! onenf b's Lunis X 1bl1ll'IIIIunl ". I by reason of tl.e tonne properties, 411 Rinds
a chair btsi.o: i : his bed. He had hero MTIMOH \ 01 Plumbing: and Usa Fittings Mar .- K1 : .
f, Its' i drinklrg for several days and it I is man in a Utter but Victor Hu;;) wasindignant him: to h's sit'o: and said: : rive. to1o:1ud strm.L'tli to the gland.. 'a1,.'cqn-.,,' ft'7" .c.a'. .. '
at the impertinence and absolutely Hargis' Pharmacy, John Fbeppard,
not known whether "M.isMilotl.! ]im's: it you II1I 'I'-"-* 11..'
t he took the dnmus U.;diued to have tbe mlstIkeeVI'I''dt' Kidney: Kuhn.URICSOL:: .
BS J-j? I have heard ,neat
p 1 1'r' {' a medicine or with suleld!:it intent '. j-.ii many ---
t orators preach. They nearly always ---
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I 1 e Y.i 4 \>- Gets Another Plum.llaleigh. Itnln Hill in Iorea.Korea .
"t'-III;! I.f I Mny; pleased__v jh yoa J a:;,
Dec. 1". I is of head Il
w I 7 Phillip H An a country strange :'i.vt.ilisiositiutttl with "IIi5'".'Tf. I I
'l drews. who a r,'1\' dresses but perhaps the most curious
i days ago was (115.I \ I l always: fell tLit I want tn Ie'a better I Cures Rheumatism -;
missed as a.csictant! postmaster here headgear of all is the !iirniensc rain hat "
wall as well as a better kinCc1! ,
i re beau lit, voted thr> Democratic tick worn by the farmers' wires while ausw".'gel they rent preah "the! unlyway From far away Lo Angeles, the
l et. has: 'h. en aiipc'nto.l'? finance clerk working In the fields during the rainy land of II! wes, conies glad tidings
y I i-an acctmnt fur it, )oar luajt sly.Is .
i i. .t : $l : In the KiMi'ffl.-p. ,\ It I is a i.f.v josition: pcasitti. These extraordinary coverings; I Im-atiM! I am :alwij. lr"'l'hill:' ; I''I'IiI-is i the home of URICSOL.:: ThIs GHAISTMAS 1 l AND HOLIDAYS

and nays $1 ;Jf'O?I ( are often as much is seven feet lung agaii.st; !! myself. \Vhcu 111111 alvmt to nif-dy was origicat d, aft r pains-
and five feet hl..t.l and protect the I taking and lon continuEd rp'eirch; ,
make up :t sermon, I say I V luywlf.Massillnn. .
Unly as fftecti\ey! as any umbrella by a drug 'i-t of forty-one years experience.
what i is the !'in'hhh you i It pleasantly cures Rheumatism -\T THE-
could! do.
r' Dyspepsia, have hardest! work to battle today:; I I Sciatic, Lumbago and

Kfm OS"EJTE S Indigestion, .\.. n Fntor. And when I preach: against; my own i! many forms of Kidney Liver audBlad"der Reliable Barrel HOUMFriedman

': 1' CELEBRATED Belching: A certain London restaurant: has this sins 1 jrer.ernlly tind that there are troubles! caused by uric acid Kentucky e
r { similar sins in other hearts which lam 'I in the system. It is new unique and
13 Heartburn or remarkable sentence di+played In carious -
; als' ircuhing agtillt"FiogIolea harmless. It builds np and cures
1* e ; ;
,r ConstipationCan parts of its dining room: after all other remedies have failed

s '1J. -' hI cured hv ".\U- Incivility or inattention on the It is the paragcn-the queen of aU So A.

eg t' .w the i II'e or the )part of any of the employees of this! establishment "a I'rUnfp Ilon.ei.unusual remedies to cure the oieae: for ,

f Hit t"rtI. Hundred will be considered a favor One feature of some private' which it is recommended. There is
7i1.t + parr soteitillfd.
+t e <> 'le'ta Try It If reported promptly to the proprietor." houses in Xew York recently completed nothing else like it and it will proveof SOLE PROPRIETOR.

j, 11 and S btl con-
4 4 P 4 ; B ti .t. r 'Iorl'd. The lUrrpllon.: a H.igpoK On hotels and public, btiiM- humanity. A strong capitalized
our I iwu: I Almanac company i is behind it and it H destined
cp A t AttorneyIgnorance; of the law ex- fats this outward e\iilfWi of loyalty I am now receiving the Largest and most excellent a !llIrtujt
N is now ready to mark a new era in medical
bti :it vi 1 STOMACH l.t" copy hoot cu"es no on0.Clit'utExcept. has long;: bien an indispensable feature fdence. Druirm: ists sell it at $1.00 Wines, Liquors, Brandies and GinsOF

i1.fl your diuggist. : of course a 1,1"'yer.- but privitt fatnilii'S liavifur the most per bottle or 0 bottles for $5.00.: Send

\ y'' i fTrE C 1 !>. free. Town and Country.The part been ciiiiit nt lo show their love of stamp for particulars and book of EVERY DESCRIPTION.:

? country by hanging; a flag out of the wonderful c'Jre.*. AddresTHE Alto the Finest and Largest Line of Case Jbttled Goud-

If* easiest money to "spend' and the window lays Unit oalliij for a spry LAMAK: AXD KANKIN: : DKru Co., Special Attention Given to Mail Orders.

o hardest: money: to save is that which cinl I (i'' )1 Co., LosAngeles, Cal I guarantee hone measure, best quality and lowest price" I-
haven't News. I 'lIn't I
earnoiL-Chicago that
pirtic-
,1, '4 TA C. Wat sQn & Co you ; say send your CurUtmas orders to

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t 1 ulatly I'.ke: the Idea of topping) off a i i - -
r (sv 'L four story Aul..rican basement withi
IN have
REPLY TO INQUIRIES we S. A. FRIEDMAN
: J INSURANCEAM pleasure in announcing that lily's flagstaff." said a busy contractor.'bat ,

':> Liquid; Cream Balm is like the solid when my Il.ItrolIII.I"t: tllHJn lii\inu HARD S51: "houth Palafox Street. P. 0 Box 41S. PEXSACOLA: !H.<>!' :
preparation of that admirable remedy oti<> it I is my business! to see that they !

':. in that it cleines! and heal get it. At pr. H'ut the custom i is notwiiiespreail \

I REAL ESTATE membranes ailicted by naaalcatarrh. but since the owners of :t TIME TABLE.

4 t There is no drying or few ii.-w houses have set flu fashionthe I

t t j No.I South Palafox Street. siitezinsr. The Liquid Cream Balm I cliane" are all in favor i-f itsrapid I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
I.- 3 I is adapted to ue by patients who I BRICK I
EKKKCT OKCKMBER
4. IN 1. 1VU
:1 have trouble in inhaling through growth.----- _
Partial: LNt of Desirable Dwellingsfor the nose and prefer 'praying. The I

i 1 Kent in Various Part puce including; spraying tube, i? 75 I I i I $100 mW\HU; vital 1 _New_ --0 Orleans.__._.__ and__ _Mobile.____ _
of the City: cent. \told by drnzsrist or mailed I I The readers; of this r31H will he I 1 -. '
bv Ely Krothers, r.H! Warren Street, So.fI.0.4.. I o2. No.8. No I
115.tt -Large ?- tory dwelling with cellar |: pleased to learn that there i i. at least 1 1j T:15a: 12:1! m4iip IL(6 p f.eave..... Peniacola..Arr1re 6:10: a 4:0): p :
and I New York.Fruit _.... I'lomatoa ..... Leave 2,f. ti5i ;
{ DUI containing room.; all S:5 a ttr IWa L'ave. a : p
.I modrruelrabieeectloltNo.l conveniences In most U.,- j i j: me dreaded di ,',s & West LaRua 0it. 3TO11.IIL. I has been able to cure in all it .ta f< .i .. __ H-fio I 7:30: a I Leave.New Orleans. Leave.. 2( : .. p :! g
.c a itt Kind Yu Bait l \aIS Bcr.'tfguture Slid that catarrh.. Hall's '!
4' % i f3iiw-l'110 and a-balf i tory hou #.con tain- I'I'trt't'l. Sari the j Catarrh I. North. ?
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Ing 13 rooms: all modern eonten- i Cure is the only positive cure now j
IfiZ ..
r. esjI tt lefCeaaltuatedatNo.714' East La I Known to the medical I So. 1 > '
PI &-t.t' No. 2. No. 4.
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p'e !i. Kua ktrtrtt.lV.tXilargp2i.torydwelllng.il' rooms at I |I Catarrh heir; a constitutional did-I I .HALF. 11:06pm 12:15pm Leave .... t'eo'acola "."ArrIT" 4,.opm 5, 11 .
1lIiam! :
t \\ Nos7. Kiittijorerniufut: i sie, rpquire-j a constitutional 6:15am I e: 7pm Arrive MontiomeryLeave '
tt" cake best made at PfeifIer'sSteam i ...Lt.a\ ::ilRm 4 {10.1
,, 11\11: am 11\11 pm \rrl\Ulmlngb ID
|.W ((-Lar ":- Iory dwrlUDK eontalOulj1'rooms. 1 'IJl\lIt. Hull'Catarrh Cure is taken ,
.... Leaves
: f vutn all Bjkery. i1ENKKAL i 1OSpm: 8:1Oa m Arrive a.hvllle
-. lencrssituatrou North mmlcrn rlayivo at.I ------- j! Itittrually, acting directly upon the -TO- ei! am MIJ a m ArrlVl! .... LoUlnlHe ... 1..a"l 0:1\:\ pm""'' a"
)4.: I I 7r10 11:541 m'rrl"e ,..Clnclnn8t1 brave 11:111 p m I II I If II rT0
1', 1 ) b.t4"t'n !'ttrong and lieSoto htr -"iS. ) PUKNCI blood and mucous surfaces of the am a ., "
SCHEIUlIl .. Lout4 .! &V _4:15 m 10
1:11 ArrtTI .t. p
a m
3 pm i
I IS.WtorydRcllmi:!: :: { at No.rw.Nc: tr Har- I system, thereby detroyingthe faun !j

f 4 1 water Crlonu and. 'lllIb gas>rooms throughout.d.OO1otory near.belt hue Followin; i 1'1 the schedule of the :elation ot the disease, ami l giving the ONE MILLIONGet PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. _

a -M'fwf dwelling on belt line, No. 411 steamer General French II patient struigth by building up the
foverument
t .V r tyest6rrguryortw.egKeusaod: tie No. 21-0ally No. 1-0all stop where" time not sbowa No. 2-Deny io 1"I
t > illlers,' rooms, batbcity water and which THE NEWS prints for the constitution and a-.i-ting nature in I i INo

gat.fjrjX benefit of the merchants who hIp :doing its work. The proprietors I 11:65 pm 7:00 "m ''Leave..... t'lInsaeol.Arrln 10:50 p m 4.90 10
t'dt '- -sturydaellingNo. WestVrIght, their to the \ariou I' have so much faith in its curative'wwers 11Ui night 7:18": ."...... obemla....._. 11:57" e
b kY4: cuatalnlnit rooms, city water and goods army thatth..y otter Ono Hundred 11O"! T:16" .__... Y nle5tra ..__. 10:84 4 d
i with lot :posts: Our Prices Before -wKcambls" 10:82 6 ':
w S ga large on prominent cor- I bollard 12:23": 7:111"
r-1 "' lu for any case that it fails! to .._.._ )alat _._ 10:21" 6:4.:
? 't" tier re.ideoce dist net Leaves Pensacola ... .... _.... .. ,, 7:11(1 a. 1:1:3:1": : : 73":
t. r ] e'1&-1-lory dwelimif at No. 3U5 West Leaves Karraocns. ...... .. .... .,.. 7:fJtl a cure. Send for lit of testimonials I IJIIj": 7:21! _.._. Harp ._ IO I" 5.N.
Gregory streetlth6 rooms on belt Leaves Pictens ..... ... .. ....... .... 1ta. m'l Address F. J. CHENEY & Co., I I UIiIJ" 7:36": .___.ua clty._ 10:111" 5
line, ,. M _._.... Milton... 10:1U" s :
in good location. Leaves liarraacai.. ... _._. 5:15s. 'ILrSuid Purchasing.Capacity 12M: 7:1i"
|l 50-l-tory dwelling, corner Chase and Leaves Fennacola... .. .no'.....". ... _.10:15 a. T'.iedo.. 1:1'0 a mi"' .. _._Good Range_ ".. I' 4
+ : Barcelona atreeta.6rootn4.y' Arrives Barrancai 11:10 a. m. and m'l by Druggists, 75c. I Ii 1:66": : __._._ Holtl .... D:8 6 'ot
$1660-1-etorydwelltngNo. l n reet,5 .._ CreItVleW'._ 11:11" 4
roomsclty water ana EH> turns to Barraocai. I 1:88" 8:88" ,
s 'I l .00->ewl-tory awelliug No. 413 \lestTL" Leave Karraocas.. ... .. .... 1:1?. p. m. i iI 1:00" 8:11I": ......Deer Land II 8.6" '4
it Cba>t! ttrett.i rooms city water and Leaves Hickt-n_ ... ,.. .. ... ..1:3:: p. m. I!. I 1:21" 0:10" ._ Mosey Head ." lIfO '
gas. Leaves PB.ecoa! ... .. .... 4::10 p. m. 50,000 DaihT 4:01" 8:36" ..DeYanlak8prlJ1I.. 1 8:111" : 4r
'1I.: ; -story dwelling. Xo :*'"i East Gregory Leavra Pickens .. ......... 5:15 p. m. CASTOR J 4:1 a tIU _'_'''_ Arlfle. 7U"I I4fO'
i street 0 rooma on belt rue.r4 "rrlve"rr..nr"l !iSO p. m. and mafcei.irip '::67' .....Poncll de LeOI1_. 7II" l
$1500-1: -Story uwelllnK, No. Tin .. .__ : '5
East; Per- to :McK t> and ri tarn. for Inianw :OO" 10:10' Weu lIte. 1:17"
and Children !
4' f '.aOI..IiU..tt. (u..ar st. Katherme's \\edce-d.iy-andRaturday" the ''I I i :OII" 10:16' _.__ Car1vllle..._ 1:11" .4s
I lt
Chapel 11\rooms,outbouIecndlarge to __ 6:66" I 'r
1i.B3 10IO'! jionifay.-
1 : lot. cornering on Mb toeDue. coat wiil leave 'Barriiiicas via Pick- Ibe Kind You Nape Always 8ougtlaIiHan 8:00" 107" __'n .hlple ..._ 6:117" : "
s { A large hat or smaller aweiiinKs, as well ins for Peusueola at 6:30 p. m. I! tefdillan Brick Coo 6:11) 11/l" _...Cottondalf! ..__ 4111" I
asanutubrrotstorrsahdUnicei* huti KENT. The General French is for army j f I 1:00" 11Jl1" __Marlanna.9:110 ,0
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:j THOS. C. WATSON & CO., purposes only and any outsider must I' i 7:40"7:80" I1l 11:64"J" _Oran rose P.dl' 1iJ!% "

i Leading Real K-iaie. Kt'nl.land lctaranc I lave a pas from the quartermaster Ut'1 : I 1M" U:06 noon '. .- ..: Hneadl... .,._ to 1i"1" '
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA I A, THURSDAY DECEMBER 11, 1902. ; I t

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VESSELS OF CASTRO ''i'. i i ill
; StagIng. .
and
Sf !ing! :


i long race, the advantto I HAVE BEEN SEIZEDTaken SORE LUNGS :1)) '
be with an outsider. i

rt'iu not in sUirtinj; but
duality: which wins is I by Fleets of Germanyand 1

I"It, is so in the MIX of I Great Britain. When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing,

: :\ ': I, is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY

Rtt1 and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. I

'ant 1,I TOWED OUT OF LaGUAYRA. 1If'cc. _...

a'l! : Ultimatum: Sent Venezuelan .Govern

-rrgthr ment Giving a Ultimatum of Forty I
d i trom FOLEY'SI
l' h ur Eight Hours In Which to Accede: to I

dtgestrtlumilattL 1 Demands of British and Germans.

!. food Caracas Venezuela! Tuesday Dec. I

(1. part-anl 9.-At 4 o'clock this afternoon the I HONEY AND TAR

therenltn. combined German and British fleet I

seized; and towed outside the harborof

LdCkialra all that ls which wore
mtdU(11 then th. re. These ware the warships stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It contains -
'nd) harsh that strain and irritate the
General Crespo, Totumo Oesum and ; i no expectorants
.;,al Maragarita. The ships were mannedby 1 lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that

i -n M<*lical Discovery 3!% men. !I e A" L \ retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY AND

nil i staying power, lliieases'of *- The news of the capture of the war. \ TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and

.! : the stomach chips is not yet genreally known In '4t lung troubles.
". of digestion and nutri- '
!.:s the perfect digestion the capital. Great excitement willundoubtedly : The Doctors Said He Had Consumption Marvelous Cure.L. .
prevail when it is an-
on of the food eaten, and M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had con-
the l hotly naturally by theJ nounced. sumption and I got no better until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.It .
:-_ from foot!. I helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the
with indigestion for stout Caracas, Tuesday, Dec 9.-It is said 1 pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well.
V.,1-1 Uiwk.tr KM .of Juh.i1 on !good authority that the captain ,
d"I "I tried lIH'-rent clnci THREE SIZES 25c 50c and $1.00
of British cruiser Retribution this ,
the
i i' I. no axail until 1 wrote l\ II A I I

;, "no-whattudo.. -u, and left Isttarrett"nach tide and a ftt-I nooI} sent a special courier froth : I REFUSE SUBSUITUTCS:

j. K.I me. Now I am glad LaCiuha to Caracas with an ultn: l
you know thai 1 am all turn: for compliance! with the note d.! -- ;
\' .1 i. now without pain and SOLD IUD RECOMMENDED BY
!"red feeling that 1 used to posited yesterday by the British an.. I iGerman
!lit' I'lcrce <.udm M..I.als -
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i ",'i \\ of his 'i'lcasaut ministers at the home of tlll'l W'. A. D'ALEMBEIITK, 1218. Palafox ft. IOLn
foreign minister before their
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1 Golden MelTinre ---- ------- ----. - -- -
)intitule for ure from Caracas. It is said the ultimatum

\ is nothing "just gIns a maximum of 48 hours that the 7J-1)ill 't in artiini! 'iai: > .
YOURSELF !icEVF6
!!scans: of the stomach... ia which Venezuela i is to accede.\ The arc on tr'Mr! enar-1: as.:!!':=;' tli,. taKin" FRUIT CAKE.Go CURE I'ffi Kg: G for unoatnra. Clas\ifieu Advertisements s
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i diets are easy and pleasA note it is said, requests the immediate of t'xi ('tstir! piossiiii: on the part of i to the Wet Florida Steam loIto./arl euranued, diet.arcMindautntanona irritation i>r ulmatiou,

most efTccti\e laxat \'e. cash payment of $34.000: each to elthf r Of-rmarv or Fr.gl.ind for the I Bakery for your fruit cake for Chri.tma rtere.u aOtto.Utetun.Coauaoa, of luacoos mle:.. and njemuriiDM.J' nut asllifl-. ---
Great Britain and Germany for the collpctlnn! of a debt! from a weak IHEbA.SCHEaiCiLCO. BeotorpQtsunuua,
powI I !. They make the best. 23; cents a.
ONE CENT A WORD.
I.mp Hangs Himself. j-ettlemeut of claims arising from past er tl!tractPrt with revolution.! European 1! CIBCaBAT1b.bid by Drngf UU,
per pound. 3dtf. Q &1 or tent in plain wrapper. ...... ..
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X e.. Dec M.-A spe- revolutions by a mixed tribunal, the nations have been financing railways j --- --- --- ty eifTtxt, prepaid, |oiII -- -

'arboro. X C.. says that same as the last agreement made with and harbor Improvement II you want u nice present, ;o giveto -ex Circular.00, or a sent bottlrt.ou twiueat 42.7J. MONEY I'O LEND.

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srhrmps in South
Trance. America half a ren --------- -- --- -- i
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'at 'thaler a white tramp. friend,go and look through the
also said that the British minister but they have not been --- -- MONEY TO LEND
to 3il days on the count It is tury acrus elegant line of suitable articles at on improvedreal
W.i.a that city committed at the last moment failed to present tom 'd to depend on naval demonstrations -\ estate, in large or small
sui- J. I. findsonifthinR
Stephens you surely can amounts at low rate of interest.
claims. except for $40.000, but for the collection of defaulted
;e :a jail there by hanging him to please you. If you Call on Leslie E. Brooks attorney tat I
top of his cell with a large his claim is not duly supported by fecal interests.No want anything in the Diamond line v j law, 204: S. Palafox Bt., Fisher
a':a handkerchief. A letter documents and. facts and is con5ldm !be sure to see him before you buy. building. Smlm
Confirmation of Arrests. t a -!
>d absurd.
C ,. '1\ Tho sheriff asking that It is nn6ertooil here that United Berlin Dec. 10.-The foreign office PEOPESSIONAL CARDS. MONEY TO-DAY-Do you teed I

-: .... Cupped to her states Minister Bowen has assumed here up to noon had received nothing ... money You can borrow any
were --- -- # ,
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', charge of British and German inter from laGuavra since Monday evenIng i eas w, amount you want today on easiest
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f i an s
IIt'rson.t W. C. ROWE M. D.
terms and lowest rates anywhere
ests. :, when Charge d'Affaires Von Pilgrim
obtainable, on improved real
city
,, Raltarzi cabled that he had gone Office: 17X S. "aldoLH .
Elected President etat -from Wm. Fisher, 201'?, 8.
V Dec 10-The cond VENEZUELA'S CREDITORS. on board the Vinetas. Tho official ours from 9 to 8:10: a. m. and 1 to S p. It !11 Palafox Street. In-tf
here have no corfirmation of the anrouwced -- -- -- ---
-- --
!I and after 7 o'clock "
: .1. d Mine Workers ?
Clair-s;; ; .t ; IF YOU want to borrow Invest
Principal to Be Enforced by arrest of all 1 the Herman and Phono GO money -
\ !'i: session at Besse
Ultimatum.New British subjects at Caracas and are. Ij ? 1t I ICo..u. II money injure; your property
!award
Flynn presiN procure abstracts of title, buy or
N York. Pec. 10.-The principal therefore disposed! to discredit! the I sell real of
> : which embraces JOHN S. BEARD estate, rent property
1s Of 183 votes r.rltlsli creditors! whose; claims are to statement. They say: that possiblya .e "'4.....i.W any description have rents collected
119. William he enforced by the ultimatum against few German antj Englishmen have A TTORNEY-A T-LA W. or your taxes attended, to,

,v !I' : City received Venezuela are according! to The Tri- been arrested under some pretext by call on or address Tho. C. Watson

"nnt>'s correspondent! In London! railway ) President Castro but the foreign, office Of'rces-3&J9! Thiesen BUlldin & Co., Real Estate and Insurance
"Ii -. of Piper 12;; anti harbor improvement compa- considers! It extremely doubtful that Office Hourss-8:30 a. n.. to 1 p. m., When Santa Claus Agents, Ptnacola, Fla. Charges
B. H. Ellen 31. 2:30 6:30 moderate. To who
p. m. to p m. everyone buys
lie would permit the arrest of all German
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nies. dome of these
companies com-
alt! ni.fvv Practice i a all state and federal courts. a lot from us we will lend money
plan of defaults of interest guaranteedby and British subjects at Caracas.A All prompt bus,"and" s diligent entrusted attention.to me will receive ArrivesI with which to build a house. 81-tf I IIi

the Venezuelan government and
.HI of the! Cml.. .
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anrther corporation: which to.ilv anssnp I welcome him with cheerfulness .
"mH.I' \ up can IndeI'garten t'hnul.
is of tbe .
A great singer a gift gnds
of bonds, claims that a coneideiahle I and brightness when ....... - -...._-
: and should belong by divine right to all I Wilson your
:... : ", blic that amount of unpaid Interest I Isdn i the people. \\' Jf'nl'\'t'r a Sautley a I Geoqe home is illuminated with gas. I KINDERGARTEN School will be l
1'1 t ,rL. lr. n-fi-rCi'. istill int'l'einotruth It.There. opened at 30 Dist Wright street, '
', Patti. a Jinny I.ind, a Campaniui, an I The holidays should be cherry, and
: H .1. I t! what- are a'o claims for damaesin Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret Maclay.
; EiUuianl tie Iles ke. Nilsson is
.. cr a
t I' t. : rt circiilatt-d by our for your dicing room, your parlor. 'Matt
'I', 01 1 ;' we had, diconVnietra rallisavs! and other property from born the cocrniiieiit should claim himor Union Depot Store. hall or bed room there is nothinglike = = = -- --, I
was !'oec<'s, and aIm! for unpaid!
for I
: 1..1. Ii. has, been her for the nation to sing I I-'or Hilit.C. .
radiates
the rich that
.... f t :;. w.l i.-r aud will here charers for freight! nn the governincut's everybody! a* an rnlUlitcnlus. upl.fting: Fresh Chickens soft light -
", .: Ii::-uppruitend all account The British claim soul in.-pirin: lull aenee. Libraries may I I: Eggs, TurkeysEtc. from good gas. If you are not con- K. of A. hall for rent or dances! ,

f 'I! '- firm. All persons In the main are based! on government help a few I.ookworm from time to ]I ., Received Daily. nected with our pipes send us a pos etc. Apply to A. M. LeFrancois, .

t .: -l.ould: fee him at rV/ant! or ne llzerce. and are not time. .\ great singer would help millions tal or telephone us and we will have I Thos.! Johnson cf Dan Murphy.

; Ii. C. 'l'. Co.. nnpollt>rpjl private or business flr.Ms. of d-iin sed souls during a life- Fruits, Vegetables and Nuts of All your house lit up by Xmas. -_____ 2Solm I
K. S. CKAVEXS. --
The German claims are larger: in time.-Xtw 1'"..k Press.COl'CHS Descriptions SMALL store and
dwelling corner ,
Btrourf and nnrpnried in their nR I Choice Plant Oysters Always on Hand Pen acola Gas Co Coyl/ and A streets, West Hill ; together -

/ itl,1YI'IcE&;_ turn and the Tp'p iHn.v: of the Ven. A () CCN.IS IX CIIILDUKX and Opened Day or Night. ,, or separate. W. A. Du- I

e/'tr'.in irpvcTroer.t! for the redemption (ii KK MEATS AT ALL Hocl s. boison. Sflnlm*
Kcv..iiiiiiciiclalion ---- -- ---
of oMlsat'ions is legs'' obvious! PRICES REASONABLE. 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pensaccla, Fla -- ------ --- --- --- t
M I :'lit hit the captain, own- I Chicago l'lisirian. 1IAIU GI'o .
-.. !In "rtaln eectinns: : of the account. ., .._
C' 1: nor coniient-f"! of tb ---. _.. .
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I -
1g.1 5. ** Olimpu will he l There are ro Intlnmtior! hero of mo and prescribe Chamberlain'sCough 1
i tponMtilf said fur M'k'iflF. debts. coiitbfcruwof I the a o'll'tc: either} of tre I-''r'\'h orAmerVan Hemedy for almost all obstinate MRS. SARAH nEIRXJ. Ianufac-
turer and dealer in Hair Goods,
HAlidlO. I chins!, which must be consMe"Vil constricted coughs, with direct .WILL MOYER'S.
Itt, i .,., captain.fUliunrr 1 I .. Hats Toilet Articles Hair Oil I
I "
-- --- I'nifH Stnti": In on'-riiic; a strong all age*. Am glad to recommend it .-- .

l' SEI1'IIERtbel'iptl\ln.ownen fleet to the Venezuelan coast do not to all in need and Peeking: relief from WEST SIDE GROCERY WAIS1M3JJ.
uorconaUiifei ol the Au.trlaos I -- ,
It
attention. is
escm\: ; considerei] a ----- I
.uf Uoroten H) be responsible cold and cough and bronchial af-
for debt contracted by the ilictions. It is non-narcotic and safe WANTED-All kinds of empty beer I

r .II.i \.htl. Ki iioi-ivirn\ I will repair- : your watch dUO inthe hand:of the most unprofe!'ion- HAH JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF bottles. H. A. Friedman. ii9-tf I

al.,,i'L't Captain i jewelry) in flrt-t-clasa, style. J. I al. A uuiversal panacea for all I
,
: Fish Roe Cranberries Florida Barrel Olives WANTED-Organizers
t ? l'I,,' I".. Xllt Stephens mankind. MRS. MARY R. MELEN- Syrup, ; we pay sick, "
accident, death and old
----- M. 1) Ph. D.. Ill. This age bene
,
DY Chicago, Mackerel Buckwheat Mincemeat and Everything = fits t
; top renewal contracts. American
remedy I* for sale by all drug; ;:
ti Every Woman | and medicine dealers.OPEEA Kept in a First-Class Grocery, C.! Fraternity, Washington 25o-oawtf, D. I

r 1S1 i.tretu HIT I U' u. IK:(ow' NNWr 'w I f
I FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. .t
e \VA' MRMLaniriinVbpra I SEC what we have to offer men to !
i > I'learn
v 1
...
\ ,c.S;: ., -*,\kLv.ll d.?> ,r, A ,: HOUSE A Car 1 L ad cf the Jaslly Celebrate! Majestic Flour Just MM, by our barber method trade.of free Years work saved, ex- f'

to II Ura.r.IwWnd : pert instructions, lectures. Wages
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t Saturdays, board
"" "hr ll. NICK'SRETAaNT --------- provided, positions i
:
ItL: tAr : i,th1 .
M1ItL1.acaptnu i ONE NIOItT ONLY \ furnished catalogue mailed
ll MI-r4'J.rAanpfMn.IIPr ...* -.1Nt It "VMfi ,. { WWVQWWV WWWi tree. Moler Barber College New 1 '
p.ntrul.r.uul', .1..1" C December 12. Orleans La.WANTED200.
uutn.wLulu.. e11a1aLl/.. Friday, I
Uoom 3:10 Time KUg. NcWEEKLY ,,: gentlemen to join {:

-- -- --- the Pensacola Pressing Club I II
Alligator 9l;
i South Palafox. Clothes cleaned I
: ClIED UL.!: I ; 4 I and pressed, called for and delivered I

FOB STEAM DIVISION for f 1 per month. 18nlm

MUSIC .* .* DEPOT I I
COLAF1LECIHICTEitMl"i.t1:
rt \S\ f1 MA.I..K III.IP I'
Saloon I WA\1'1D. I

RAILWAY CO l"ASY. i DAILY MENUS b ._::- 13 THREE young men- from Pensacola f I'

> :18 leave Fensaool for the LllllKU and vicinity at once to prepare for !.
>ri H nayouWarringtonNsry rraacas: at Tan Comprise all the Up-to- I I Positions in the Government fier- ,
Date Dishes Ii I w.C.NOR7VV7N41'If01'1UETO11. vice. Apply to Inter-State Uorres. I Ij ;
the Markets
a ra.arrive at Fort Harr.ncu 7:15aD : i 1 < George J. D. Curric. <
k Inst.
j I Cedar Ripid: la. n24.2m
.
m.arrIve at Fort Karrancai: a.n I of the World ._
m.arrtveatl'ortBarranoas l:42pn i i ______
m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:13 p Bra. Afford. FOR ?oJAI B.FOn .
rrlv.. at Fort Harraneai r:00 II D Exclusive Direction Alkahest in the '

.m.i leave arrive Fort at Kort Barranoaafor Barranoai 8:46 fenia p.D I I'' South. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN HALE-The UnIon Depot Res-. ., '.

taurant. Big bargain ; enjoying i'f
Ladies' Private good patronage. Owner has other
arrive at H<*nsa<;ola 8:00 a, t> Seats on Bale at Coe's Book StoreWednesday Wines Liquors Cigars.SOLE business and cannot manage it. t
11. arrive at lVni>acola.ll:4fip.B
n Arrive at t't'D8a.ola. 1:46 p.n at 1I00n.PRICESHi Enquire, in restaurant, of G. B. ,
arrive at JVusftcoia ._ 6;.5 p a Dining Parlor. 25; and 50 cents. I 1\1 cU ill. I '
m arrive at !''nhacOla ___ TiSp. I Childien locents, any part of the I
nt. arrive feaiacola 9.tap.. house. A BARGAIN can be had 'I'
-A:urlta,.only
I the finest residence and .
AGENT FOR
THE FOLLOWING ,
TARE FOR WICK DAYS sirable sections' of :
Regular Dinner Daily.Short I j- BRANDS OF BTRICTLY PURE AND ;
*.\!la to Fort Karrancasana return u* DR. KING'STRY subject to guaranteed ,
..A cala to N aVJ Yard and rttorn__ >i.Cola FIRST-CLASS WHISKIES: .oj .* Jt .* for three years. Plan o! t t
to Palmetto Heacb i
and relarn Ih NEW DISCOVERY be seen at my office. A. V. .
!t 'DAY 'CB EDCD.. Orders Promptly I Brookhill I I Pensacola. I I
Old
Edgemont Prentice
a wither permits the running c ,
ouches.feniaaol. Filled. Night or Day.If FOR THAT COLD. FOR HALE-The most

.n. *. Fort Bkrrta.i TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. lots In the city on easy t f
.a. m, lo a..nv.u the Fisher Real Estate 12alm'I
t.m. m.Ip.m. It'. Something Good to Eat Cures Consumption,Coughs. 204J South Palafox.
! p.m. :you wlsb you'll find it at Bronchitis Asthma The Celebrated Atlanta Beer ,
ip IU.m m I p p.m..m: :: Colds, & e Jlourtlln" lloutle.BOARDING

'pmcm. p m, Nick Apostle's PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy -
8 p.m. BOTH KEG AND BOTTLE. HOUSE at
V ffl Ip.m, LaGrippc Hoarseness, f
Springs, Mary Esther, }

." .11 a 10 TARE art Foa B rt B1.uc DAT.7 Navy c::: Popular Restaurant Sore Throat, Croup and Phone 46. Cor. Tarrapa and fright Sts. Condon, proprietress. ; .

.. : 1:11 1:1d( rutnrn_____ lit ; comforts of home at very
>. to rairaetto iietoliLr ma JJ Whoopisg Cough.NO ble rates. Northern : E

... -----__ 1551 1III1IIII 11 CURE. NO PAY. find this an Ideal place to
i' eivelaterll5p, m. !.JJ'1j\r) }) U 11 v 111 Prig 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. portion of the season. ;:
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 11,1902

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s' glected.; We refer to the common, IT 19 IMPORTANT AN UXPARALLED nEt "t.Rj

every-day country schools, the vast For over 50 years Ayer's Pills have been -

S majority of which are badly housed To Know What You Are Taking-

and poorly equipped. Whatever When Using Catarrh Medicine. the standard family pill. Act directly on

education the great majority of our Catarrh is the short route to con-
Post Office Pensacola,
Kfttered at the at
7L..oond-clBH8 matter. children get, must necessarily be secured sumption,and the importance of ear the liver, gently laxative. iecerYi., 100%

UltlCK :-Fiu'. Budding 2114 South in these little "neighborhood"schools ly and judicious treatment of catarrh -

1'11&10:1: ; and until the! foundation of whether located in the head,
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THE HEWSpPUBLISHINC CO. the system in this state is more ade- I throat or bronchial tubes, cannot be I Every Vo an-I is Beautiful If in Good FRUIT CAKE.The

quately provided for, any attempt to I too strongly emphasized.The Health. .

+ < Terms: Invariably in Advance. spend more money on the super list of catarrh cures is as longas Beauty is not so much in the fea- justly celebrated fruit cake I During August EVF.M -x;

Oat Biz Months Year by Mall$5.. ________ .__ :2 oo& structure should be frowned dawn. the moral law and the forms tures as in the expression and condi- for which the West Florida Steam the death claims paid in, t tj

i Oai Week,by Carrier,Payable Monday 10 in which they are administered, numerous tion ol the face. Every woman is Bakery is famous is now for sale at j States and Canada by t : "

lirtrtising Hates Furnished on Application and confusing from sprays, endowed with beauty. Show me a 25 cents per pound 3Jtf ble Life Assurance s..i-. R
woman who is in good health and I j
STEAMER HAD inhalers, washes, ointments, and will show you a woman who is of a paid within one day after r
salves to powders, liquids and tab- Saved Grave's Brink."I !
: I cheerful nature, a good disposition i proof.
and who is beautiful and attractive.No know I would long ago have
1 p _UNION_ _LABS_ lets.The And .
during iioinoiuti i, ,,
LUCK tablet form is undoubtedly the woman even though endowed been in my grave," writes Mrs. S.: H. the)lOOWLES

tI s. ti.l JAD most convenient and most effective, with the most attractive features is Xewsom, of Decatur, Ala., "if it had I tear has! the pert-fin.: hers|
_ beautiful without good health. Low below nSX.
but with nearly all advertised catarrh leaden not been for Electric Bitters. For
n 1 PESSAOOLA DEO 11,1902 spirits, pains, nervousness,
(
_____ remedies it is almost entirelya complexion, headaches, backache, three years suffered untold agony I This excels the Soi- R'

The steamship Firth of Forth, matter of guess work as to what are all beauty destroyers and these from the worst forms of Indigestion, I great record It has u- t

MARK HANNA: : says he wouldn't which landed the last of L. & symptoms can nine times out of ten Waterbrash Stomach and Bowel been
cargo you are taking into your system, as approached by any"
r like be attributed to a torpid liver. I
be presidert anyhow. Nothing N, rails here from Germany, has en- the proprietors, while making all HEPATICURA will give you good Dyspepsia. But this excellent medicine pany.
with his luck.
seeing a man line up sorts of claims as to what their med- health and restore your beauty ; I did me a world of good. Since
countered bad luck on this trip. Im- "Strongest In the ArM
.1 GEORGIA i is bOW discussing the icines will do, always keep it a close then why snifer and be homely, using it I can eat heartily and have
1 .
t mediately after discharging; her car- when you can have strength, pure, gained 35 pounds." For Indigestion, THE EQUITABLE LIFF ,::00" 'I
what
t occupation tax. In Florida we simp- secret as to they are. rich blood, good complexion, and AXCE SOCIF/n
:
Y she went to Mobile to load timberfor Lose of Appetite, Stomach, Liver
3 + Jy drop the first syllable and pro go The success and popularity of the strong nerves, all of whicn make wo-! and Kidney troubles Electric Bittern -

ceed. Shields. After leaving Mobileshe new catarrh cure, Stuart's Catarrh men beautiful and attractive. Sold are a positive, guaranteed cure. OF THE /I'XITED >7'
k
tf" went ashore near Key West and Tablets, is largely because it not by all druggists. I Only 60s at W. A D'AIemberte's

13 ATLANTA: has had a fire, which I only cures catarrh, but because catarrh I drug store, 121 S. Palafox street.
I
# I was floated at great expense. She Tora's Beef Tea at Solomon's ---- BROS,
was, of course, the biggest! on record. sufferers who use these tab-'

'' .I There's nothing small about the arrived at Shields yesterday and reported lets know what they are taking: into ------ -- I J. I. STEVENS, General Agents.

Georgia capital, except its modesty. having passed through terrific their Stuart's Catarrh Tab- I
--- systems. I will for a few days longer I 'IMLA OXSTltEKT viLER. 309 8. Palafox St.. PEN; > <
bt1 -- -- weather, losing her ventilators and lets being composed of Red Gum j I II II I
't NEW YORK is confronted, on the Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver I _
Blood Boot and similar valuable and TUNE PIANOS AT $1.50. -
having to jettison most of her deck I
one hand, by the zero mark; on the
Watches Enameled
,
Jewelry,
i other, by empty coal bins. Nothingjj1 load. Other damages' were sustainedand ant antiseptic to; the taste ingredients and being,and; are dissolvedin pleas- I am prepared to Restring and put. Goods, Toilet Articles, Canes, Umbrellas Carolina Portland

: frpfiV ) in life is &u sad as these; empty has she will have to be docked before the mouth they take immediate new Actions and Keyboards in worn :i Ring, Bracelets, Etc., I II i
t Pianos and make them
I out good as
;: beens. .- --- attempting another trip. effect the liniuof the I! Clocks, Opera: Glasses. I
mucous
upon :\ II
t i new, at reasonable prices. I Cement
I Co.BIRMINGHAM
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Pa I r THAT the average; stocKingof throat, nasal passages and whole re- j Leave orders at Johnson's Book We are offering for the Christmas: ;;
it A Million Voices
should be than the holidays bargains in Diamonds, and
\\ merce bigger; ; or- spiratory tract. i I 1

:1t dinary, everyday pocket at Christmas ; Could hardly express! the thanks of The cures; that Stuirt's Catarrh Store. CH.t9.W. I'CEssLET.TVe aro showing a large line to select I ALAI
Homer Hall, of West Point, la. Listen ,
mi! u ; t time is probably only part of the why: A severe cold had settledon Tablets have: accomplished in old j from. We have everything suitablefor

; I irony of fate. his lung;;,causing a most obstIute; chronic cases of catarrh are little I j are going to sell our Christmas or wedding presents, I -

cough. Several physicians said he short of remarkable! and the advantage j $1.00 Tabaurette for GOo. and will take pleasure in showing I Stocks of all lligh-tr. I I fj
THE Alabama republicans are to had consumption, but could not help I can Portland Cement t ,
j
i ocr goods.
JJf '; start a dally paper in Birmingham him. When all thought he was of knowing what you are putting on Dec. 22d, 23d and 24th. I 'German .Saturn; ," d.j ,I'. ,

k 1 : about the first. They may start it, doomed he began to ue Dr. King's into your stomach is of para-I Just to see how many peo- 120 S. PALAFOX.The land Cement, Kings, N. 1 I
New Discovery for Consumption and mount importance when it Bosendale C"I), ,I.'
41t but events beyond their control are I ple will read this ad. Mars- Norfolk. Portsmouth., .
writes-"it completely cured me and s
4 membered that the cocaine or morphine -! best and largest assortment' of
r! ; f likely to end it.No saved my life. I now weigh 227: lb-." ton $ Quina. be Savannah: Jacksoinilli; f'. -
fireworks of can
t I ; V:l ,, It's positively guaranteed for j j habit has been frequently !; __ had, wholesale every and description retail, at Mrs. Mobile;( New OrleanWeahomakeshipin.nl-. ( I ,
Pauliue, there is no truth Colds' trouble contracted as the result ol using .
Coughs, and Lung Fruit tyke, best made, at Pfeiffer's John F. Pfeiffer, So. 211 East In- !
tt' st I whatever in the report that the police Price 50c and $1.JO. Trial bottles secret catarrh remedies: i I Steam Bakery. tendencia street. ''I Mills wherever WH _I'[t ," jI
> !. free at W. A. D'Alemberte's,121] 8.: freight; rate. Sole sHIn"Alabama" : I':' '-
TE : i : force of our beloved city content. Stuart's Catarrh Tablets meet with -- --- I
Palafox street. with and "::0;,lilt I., ,r' I
k V E t plate the formation of a mutual admiration -- - -" cordial approval from physicians, Cleaning ladies skirts and waists Hot Chocolate I i Brand," Portland tVin-; I,:. \1 ,_
i' society. because their antiseptic character Is one of orr specialties. Star Laun Whipped Cream, at Solo ilia, Hydraulic Xatllf! <

THE FIRST render them perfectly safe for the mon's. : made near Birmiugh.uu.Correspondence .
I + IT is now announced that "Giaco- dry.OYSTERS I
y general public to use and their com- I
sI' bini's comet has been found again." AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine The best and largest assortment; of ,; Solicited
a position makes them a commonsense I and fireworks is di-played at ,
I We don't know the gentleman, but toys
f' PAY TRAINYesterday cure for all forms of catarrhal F. Pfeitler's, No. 211 East :I
i; are pleased to learn that he has found oysters today. Try them Mrs. John II <
troubles.All : I 1'/1 "lIlll'l
NIC
APOSTLE. C1aveIoner
Intendencia street.OOlaeaeaOtOaeaea1o1a000Qe0eaeae0eba9eQeaeaeaeQeaeae
ec t. e, r, S his missing--property.SOMEBODY --- I druggists sell! them at 50 cents : YlIr IlIr" .


i li l if k ; : with a turn fur sarcasm a special train left Pen- : for full sized--packages.- -- I : I ture at Marxian & '.1'///111'
{ ; refers to DeLaud as a "do fennel" I
& ; sacola and went over the Yellow I PIANOS TUNED FOR SI.50. i ii I e :; Great Furniture 1'na/ia-
We fear that there I
town. are streets
i
sr3
tl{1 in our own city that might be referred River Railroad going north of L'lU-1 Chas. W. Presslty, an expert, who e Some Christmas <# \; rium.
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'r ;v V e 1 t to m someuch manner. i tel Hill, Florala and other points,1 j tuned pianos at the "" 'JrldFair'" o .1 i ,

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from Fi-cher's
V I of and is recently place
pjyins: oil the employees the new
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t5Y
t Fl THE lyceum course proposed for I in l'hiladflphWill! give better STEAMER UHEJctwrrn SC\\H\UlE\ \
I I division.i The train returned at t:20i! !1 you a Suggestions fromCoe's 9 !!
V f! .j Pensacola should be liberally sup- work than you aver ruJ done or I ,

1 ported. Public spirit is something I Ii I last night. |I no pay. Leave orders ut Joliiison's e 01 ,
I aid 'I 1";
i Bookstore. Ibului IVntaciila I
i V i that should never be concealed LeI The local officials on the train | :.._ _____ j c ul! ,
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F't&, > .}a iieath the proverbial bushel were E. O. rialtmarsh, di\ision II Fruit cake, best made, :at Pf -itler's j 9 Book StoreCHRISTMAS > : Hunt "ailI"'I'( "
; --- Steam Jlakery.NECRO : "CITY OF TAMPA.
1 15m CHAKUS DII.KE, the English superintendent ; J. W. Lurton, :general 0--0

_,v Milton il::Hum, I./'. in: ',.l.i I .
statesman, fays that this country i is freight; and passenger: agent ; II. j : o triVnbMCola.P.J"ni, Ai Mil', :, '

4,. 1 I V ; P "fifty years behiLd the times." He I J. Brent a guest; Walter Weekley, BEARS : : CARDS I.: CRASS NOVELTIES, o .',.r.-.>Mv; 1,0Ulid 1'I l '

,: L ilk has evidently not yet begun to figure DESKS, ,c CELLULOID NOVELTIES, j
chief clerk to Mr. :Saltmarsh, and a o
i i s on England's proper place in the big I II a.
CHARMED LIFE LEATHER NOVfLTIES, i
BLOCKS
1 e ,. I procession.. few others. 0 (-..., ej : JEWELER\ IN HIS

The train: was in charge of Mead GAMES, & FOUNTAIN PEAS, o
}s IN: Georgia a man has been discharged I I GOLD PENS .
t Wilson, conductor, and Floyd Hahn, 0 BOOKS, 0 HEW STAND
1 ti' from the convict camps Grant Sanderson h a negro who jt
: 11 igman. A delightful time was reported -I tl ALBUMS, i GOLD PENCILS, I
t1 after serving twenty-one years for a seems to have a charmed: life. Yes- 0

+'+ crime some other man committed. I\ upon the train's return. terday h withstood PRAYER BOOKS ; PICTURE FRAMES, e. I have moved my jewelry -
Century an
-- -- : HYMN! BOOKS l PICTURES. 120 South Palafox, formerly
:fee Justice evidently flies high up in the ; p ,
Had a Good Time. onslaught from a revolver and :, <5.* pied by Bass & Co., and an:
w'l tP : Empire State of the South. i I i I S BIBLES, *T= CALENDARS, better prepared than ever togreat ,
{ t ;" -- -- I A. J. rtuell; wanted attend :i party double-barrelled shot gnu. Tom ;:]: > I in
;{ PURSES, ; BOOKLETS a bargains: diamond- w rjewelry
t 1. y t a THAT interesting;: rpgation of I bat was afraid to do so on account (.. ,
/ Hays;, another negro; did the shoot- etc. Call and I n
a 'lf'' :'Rh ; : misfits, the Georgia legislature; is I of pains in his stomach, which o KODAKS, C4 DOLLS, let me convince!! you.
i ) he feared would grow wore. He ing and took his immediate departure 'I 0 '
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i
u : now on the home stretch and will "I troubles I MANICURES, .:. IRON TOYS, e J.I.STEPHENFciey's -
iiI. V II says: was tl'lIinmy: to ( )
.?. F s t : : adjourn this week. It is a body off a lady friend, who said: 'Chlm f'r. across;;;;;; the Alabama: line. :|: : DRESSING CASES, ..L TEA SETS, :

t ; ; lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrluea tSandeison and Hays went into the :i ij ; -
at.h Remedy will put you in condition I Ii !'I' o SMOKERS' SETS, '.:: RU3B R TOYS, e. Kidney sure
woods'
j near Century to gamble: i I
for the party. I bought a bottle and JEWEL CASES, .'_ DOLL PIANOS makes kidneys and
bladder rht.:
} ; tie. Florida has been there aC' : : :
c many
1 II
x I take pleasure in stating that two I Sanderson won 95; cents and would
i INFANTS' SETS BANKS, o
time. doses cured me and enabled me to !. d'' .
& -- ---- *' not return it. This made Hays np- .I.
$ have a good time at the party. Mr. 0 SHAVING SETS, TOOL CHESTS. S EVERYBODY LOOKS
I r THE Jack'ionvilleIetropolid in nell is a resident of Summer Hill, gry and he went for his weapons; to '- .

forms an admiring world that the I N, Y. This remedy i is; for sale by :I.0 PHOTOGRAPH SETS, ? DRUMS, .* I II. FOR THE BEST
He returned
kill his friend. and
I } president's message. contained precisely all! druggists_ and medicine dealers.If j i 0 GLOVE BOXES, ., PAPER DOLLS, : I
I did the bloody work without! lo.ingan
8,414 words All of which will you wish; to purchase Cnri-tnus I I I : HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, __ STATIONERY NOVELTIES, : :
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rat ; Here it is. Call on :S-
i I time about it. ;
recall to the mlective mind
; sass Pope'sflprightly presents for your children, do not I
CRAVAT BOXES .. FINE STATIONERY.I .
couplet- I fail to call at Mrs. John F. Pfeitfir's, Banderson! has a criminal careerin 2 : Creary. They are doling; ti!.. i I.
his 0 r ---- -- --------- -- -
No. 211 East Intendencia: street. I I : I work that can be turned out .. t
4 Verdsarelikeleavesxheretheydomuch; I Pensacola, and is now a fugitive
t' tr abound 0IS ?)[COE'S BOOK STORE ; e prepared to do any kind f ,
from .
V', : GRAVElHERE---- justice.The; : They put on India rubber! tiibe.t -

tV14, .7 J on the market, on -\hfr-. i .
131 I Pride of Heroes. No. 213 S. Palafox St.
;V r 'Itt1 "CHEMICAL fllARCOAL" is the : a; they have a full lint f i .'

f very latest, and in Louisiana, near IN CAR LOTSSeveral : Many soldiers in the list war !I I I 1'.; SCOlH.OIUlH, : tires in stock.
'I O
I {. New Orleans, a plant for its manufacture ;, wrote to say that for Scratches; Doe your buargy; aced! ul|> .

j h ,1\l; ha, been established The II j Bruise; *, Cuts Wounds, Corns, Sore ., ............a............. ....O..O..O..G..., lag: ? They can ina'ke it gd 1- \
V I Their prices, too, rp-otwl>
are ;
: Feet and Stiff Joints, Bucklen'sArnica
material employed in the new -
t -
process they have to
ample capital ear
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t n; uothiiii? more or less than thetitf' I cars of!gravel were brought: I Salve is the beat in the ,.-...... -...... -- -- a first-class' carriage buildn!
1 into world. Sime; for Burns, Scald, .A.v .
the and unloaded ,
city yesterday repairing business. ln't fa:
ordinary, day paw mill refu-e;:
every ; I Boil, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and r--------------.r
: << f is and it is suggested that a similiar I Ion the lot north of the union depot. Pile It cures or no pay: Only 2oc: ; } PRESENTS. call Scales on them.
repaired.
w; 'Jl c plant in this state might lead our I, More will soon be brought down and | atV.. A. D'Alptnberte's drug store, '!s, J( .... ... ; i" I'I"1zER&CREAK\:

i : t people to utilize valmbla: material used iu building the imitation stone 121 S. Pal.ifox street. J [ A URGE AND ELEGANT LINE OF JEWELRY !i I ]15 hat Warden .
k I wa that is now thrown away 'I 4llt ( j / I! Phone &7.
walk around the depot. The contractors You can get house j
--- -- -- your (
tk t. ( ,.4 vOF ALL KINDS. 4 'Ca I
s .9 THE Ntws acknowledges: the receiptofacopyoftheSanJuanSews I are pushing the work now, \furnished complete at JlI{ arI l cid

I and yesterday cut out one half of | ston $ Qlaina'SOlt easy payments ( S'2525252.52S25i'') FINE STATIONERY.
I ) t' at Porto Rico. It i.;: I
s published printed -
} j I the old wooden platform to the hack weekly monthly. L -
s'? 8; in Spanish and English! and patriotically I ; .M. ANDERSEN.29 : .
I stand. C. V. Thompson, No. II s-

t: l i ; .; hoy un din announces de fiesta legal that, no"Lieudo habra I i PfeitTer' goods have always proven I[ Whipped Hot Chocolate Cream at holoi with- ; -+-- South Palafox Street..;4-- i Palafox street, ha Ju-t 1I'Uf .

1 new supply of LII.PU and li:
periodico uiauana viernes. All of
satisfactory to their
many cutomer 1 vi
I mon's '
252.25252.25252.S258"
i
52.S2.52.S'2.S :S2525252.S
which, reduced to the vernacular, ; therefore ring 'phone :3C5 and I 25z5252i Papers, white, blue and ;gray, w
I

Ht if signifies that "today being a legal I order your Christmas; cakes.; FRUIT CAKES.The i!I,i i'i'N'\ I....Eti, CYi,.,y, CuwYjrlt:, S S.:."j.. !". .e.e., ., t!Isill:';: I!' also Envelopes Foreign to Mail match Tablets Oxford witf-.1 hvelopee

L t. j holiday Thllnk.givingthEre will -------- vu 'j i '
be no( issue of this paper tomorrow." West Florida Steam Bakery I DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES. ;X to match. Ink. PUK'
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0 An VnMUind Difficult DigestionThat makes the best fruit cake in the city. .I I '%;!i.STERLING Jj SILVER AND PLATED WARE. ;"I,.Io; i Penholders, Blankbook, FII,- ..

.+ l'r(1I>osltion. is dyspepsia.It Rich, sweet and warranted to keep' etc., always on hand.

1 + : The proposition; to establish a high wakes life miserable. fresh. 25 cents per pound. 3dtf !I Prompt Attention to Repairing, and Engraving. j JI Phone 234.:

t school in every county in the state Its sufferers eat not because they went to, I

:! JJ seems to us un"d.eand the bill covering -but simply because they must. liudgin's, He {:Best for 5c. i .

1 this; point, which, we under- They know they are irritable and fretful; I I CA.I9TOI iL1.
but they cannot be Tomato Bouillon .. s-at'tD' its K'i f.. ; C 11' f9t
oiht'rwir
stand, is to be introduced at the next Try at D. HALE WILSON P.
They complain of a bd tastein the Solomon's.The I II +v. fJ.?
session! of the legislature; should, at .
E mouth a tenderness at the pit of rte tora- : ./A(
; a 1, all events, be closely scrutinized and best and cheapest place where I
: I BIll an I I ; -
uneasy fi-eims; of pu.'fy fulness: ,
1
Vj ,i fully discussed before it is acted headache heartburn and \It hal n.t. :: you cm buy Chntm 3 prf sents i i- at i ii Real Estate and Rental
4 upon. I I I ThO effectual remedy proved by permanent j i I 'Irs. John F. Pfeill r's, No 211 East Agent All kinds of chairs and
I cures of thousands of severe ca:*s. isHood's I j Intendencia street. ,
The most: important: part of our \ rocking chairs at Mar&ton

I' .'ir ta&v1 j | educational system is, unfortunate-II Sarsaparilla I I Try Tomato Bouillon atSolomon's. !, lll'v: } South I'alaCox !Street" ; # Quina's. Prices are my

P F t Jy, that which is most generally ne- lloou's 1-ih.s are tLe pier uttsru j jI j i TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.: low.Iv' .



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSA :LORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 111902. I

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invited to come and see the dorsa B. H. FAIl D No. 5OOO. : : j r,. I:
I W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; I
id spend a pleasant evening. CPDOLS EH i. J. FOSHEEVice-President; JOHN PfEIFfER, Ass't Cashltr. l I

iijiOTE1S George Holmes, wanted for as-
38 EAST ROMAN .
sault with a deadly weapon, was a-: AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 1,1
rested this morning after dodgingthe aroet Work and Refin tare a : I

,. officers for several months. A SpecialtPh.one OF PENSACOLA. FLA. 1

warrant was made against
Misses Griffin's dancing class canty Designated Depository of the United States. I
T him and he was committed.The -- -- --

t"1 .;..:et tonight In !Bt.: Joseph's j Mont Morlnzo Company gavea R. K. Win 3 c., Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov 25, 19O'!

-1111"lf pleasing open air performance last 7atchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler I RESOURCES LIABILITIES.

yourself for some of that ex- night and will continue to give a and Graduate Optician, Loans and Discounts. ................... ... $142,921.84 Capital Stock ...... .......... ......... .... 200000.00
..< i gumbo to be served at the before I Overdrafts Becuredand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 :
f( Fllr. free performance every night II South FtUroi St., Peiueola Fla25Z525S5252.52 U. S. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,! ))6.b7!: Undivided Profits! ...... ...... .... .... .... 6,690.34
p : the opening of the regular show. Stocks securities etc... ............ ...... 2,625.00 Rediscounts..... ...... .... ..... ...... ..... 10,287.61 t
T Meyer Shoe Company have a The hypnotic act was! especially well Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Circulation............ .. ...... .... .... .... 126,000.00
.. .11 saieof: holiday slippers. Read received last night and MadamYIola's I. R. Stamps.......... .... .... ... .... ...... 65.82 Deposits ........................ ............ 461. ot.35
Cash and Exchange....................... 153913.12
.II t. advertisement.C work on the trapeze was

t R. Johnson's Gem Book very good. The regular show al o AMUSEMElliJRE! w

.."ft-: C(? a full line of pretty things met with universal approval. I < Total...... .... .... ... .. .... ...... ...... $822,382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... $S22,3b2.SOThis

-: ;.. !ntal and useful for Christ- A good many tourists were on the = I bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will gIve
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business courteous and careful attention.
OH THEIR SOON. your prompt
ft:.. stop in and see them. docks this morning showing great''
no.1'If Suberdest, a deserter from I interest in thirgs thereabouts. A 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

number of them carried camera,
by
irk (Glaudin was jailed
Marshal Wharton last nightmplaint and one young lady was fortunate
p iv to catch a good picture of h Have you seen those shaving -
,' of the vessel's enough 0. M. PRYOR'SFDSNMKE
Capt. Leary who arrived today, and stands and music cabi-
Boatswain Chase as they stood on -4 nets at Marston $ Quina's.
want the best liquors for 1 1I I the wharf. The same photographer' Just the thing for a Christ-
use, send to S A. Friedman. got a good "shot" at Admiral Wire ; y
h, most excellent assortment and wife yesterday.A mas present. HOUSE
.. give full measure of the
dty at the lowest prices. demonstrator of the Eastman: I FRUIT CAKE.The .
Kodak Company will illustrate the I
West'Florida Steam Bakeryis
.sels went to sea this morn-
operation of the new Eastman developing : I, now making the best fruit cake
advantage of the excel- SALISBURY BLOCK W. GOVERNMENT STREET.
booksore
; ; machine at Coe's ,- 4 ever put on the market: at 23!: cents ,
a ler which has prevailed I from G i
Friday, December Iti.h: 2: ,w per pound.
!Uiys.: The bay was as I to 6 o'clock p. m. All are cordially: ,
ver seen this morning. I IIII. i invited by Mr. Coe to call during Jfudqlns'5, lie Qest fer5c.
I ---.., LATEST DESIGNS IN!
train: was twoi and oueite these hours and witness the opera. :
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today, the delay h'1V-1 I ton: of this wonderful machine, '
,u-J by bad connections which completely abolishes the need i '
SAME Bed Room and Parlor Sets
$15,000
mi, line. Late trains are of a dark room in photography. i ,
I TWO nor TAMALES FROM KLO DIKE."
.1 iroughout:, the holiday Mother Graj's hweei Powder Cdl'i

I Chilli i ten.Successfully Wood & Ward's big company pre I -OF- DINING ROOM TABLES, SIDE BOADS, CHAIRS, ETC.
J. Mother In ",entingtheir Splendid:: Spectacular I
: smack: A. Chap- used by Gray nurse
?:.a- been on the marine the Children's Hume In New York CureIVverishness Comedy "The Two Merry Tramps." hI4MU1DJEWELRY}ll I Davenport Lounges Metal Beds and Mattresses.
we time, was released Bad Htomacb, Teething Dlijordl'rSIUOVl'8nd Common Sense Prices 15, :25,35 and iG GOLD AND ,
I
regulate the Bowels unl
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5jc. Matinee, 15 and :25c. -- - t
i .vor to the city this Destroy Worms. Over auwo testimonials.!
-, r'ba5! been thoroughlyi Thtj ncrtrfail. At all druggistsJ5c.. --

i 'ttid 1.1hhiu! painted' and will at pie Roy FREt, S.\. Address Allen- I). Olmsted"I\m-I singer Miss;;; ,Bessie who made Bennett a reputation, the beautiful both \ Prices for the Holidays Are Down\ Not Up. I

Ihe- I for herself and the song; "When the .
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It Keeps Feet Warm and Dry.
!!ir. inch of the Salvation Ask to-day for Allen's Foot-Ease a ponder I Lights are Turned Away Down -AT- ,.ift.;.: ... .i,. .;. ... i..'="'io. i>. ..i."I. ,.. .
A ,',iring to appropriately Low" Is, still singing this most b.-: -! !: :: -- ::
Jt cures Chilblains,SwollenSweating:
t n-nris by distributing-I j jI Aching Damp feet. At all druggists and I pit a=:ing ballad with Wood & Ward AUCTION! :1 WE HAVE ON HAND AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY THE 1.",
:.. ti.e! poor of the city. shoe stores, Jx! :. in "The Two Merry Tramps." i

will,, ivej b*. asked at the for army's and I' A Guaranteed Cure for Film.ItchliiK I :|; CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ,E EE ;

n- -;.," DeReuche street. money 1'iles.uiir if ,I'A/O Blind druggist OINTMENT bleeding will or fulls refund Protruding to your cure, ROSE COCHLAH. 7th Annual Sale of (m;I): FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES, SEEDLESS RAISINS, it:):

!i'.t.tl" and a Russian I you. ;50; cents. II III Rose Cogblan: will soon appear i AND ALL ARTICLES NECESSARY (*>
WI! ,) -pells his name here in Arthur Wing Pinero's famous --orUNREDEEMED.r+- If(:) i+t ,.* ,4 ,4 TO PUT I\ YOl R j .< .* II:)
PEARL & DOLIVE' I 1 play "The Second Mrs.: Tau- -
r\ rhad a fight this -. I I I: CHRISTMAS CAKES.M II;
Jules Murry has secured I ; .
: ,' ,.:, The Russian came queray. PAWNEDJEINELRY -
if ':.aid ou hU tempi'1, Call on them at the corner of Gar rights from Daniel Frohmau and t;i FRESH I'irpPLY OF II tE(
den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter !i equipped Miss Coghlan; with an ex- i OF ALL DF.sCISll'IIONS.
1 i..i.1 1'J.I .1 was I was; indicted arrested by, and electrical workor phone G'iu. !1 cellent cast and production. ((:;]I RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, ijREAKFAS1 FOODS AND CEREALS [:I

---- ,y OF _.
u i i. I Hot Rolls, at 5 p: m., lOc i I I will put on !Stile nt Auction the ***'
doz., at Solomon's.ROCH'S. THE WHITE SLAVE. I II Great Stock of Jewelry, Diamonds I W FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. 1til(: ''
: ; (rovprnuentToug and ftiiverware; rpc ntly purchased: j I 1
coin- 1 Crowded houses; are the rule when 1 1j of J. LewM at Cincinnati. Ohio, all I I ROBERTS & DAILY ;':'"
i one-half of its valu, and the two !! i..
I -i- fly condisi" -'A T-Z. 1 'The White Slave" is the attraction. ) c ci tJ
.: '. ', it street Several new sensations; have been stocks combined will make it one of .Ii '(bi 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. 1 ,
I i ,,. j'.ili/' w"ik been I i the best selections Largest Auction -1 i'Iinne I.it3. 1'1'1I"lI'ull, I'la.
; has injected into K.irtlty Campbell'sp'Jpular Hales commencing II i i _

1 '.u; e ditch in good I YOU WILL FIND THE idyl, and the play thrills as I I .L .'.OW:.-- .0..___ ....._-_-........._-_ ..it".t.__ .:__.. _...i..._-...._.......nr..T wmay? ...v.___1......rI-_ _...'.'i4.4-. t'
1:1:: -", when the never before. The steamboat explosion i Tuesday, Dec. 9th, :.
1 d!' ,i- ivariable. : FINEST FRUIT CAKES and rainstorm of real water i '
and will continue daily at 1050;; a. m.
features of the :
'I!--iuaary Society of I remain principal pro and :2::30; and 7 p. m, till the entire i BIG SACRIFICE SALE !
1:1: church will hold a I LN THE CITY AT ONLY duction. This play will be seen stock is closed out. 'I'IIP usual motto i im :
here next Monday.A sale All I
i will be used in my :* goods
Watson building on 25 CENTS PER POUND sold by me will be guaranteed as ,

:- lid big 1'Jth.list A little:gorgeous, with I..WHITMAN'S AND-INSTANTANEOUS LYCEUM ATTRACTION. represented Thi sale.( means or your money money in your refunded.pocket I 1 1thi lib Ito ul Mi rmbMu
kg & I
r-, dear to the littler i CHOCOLATES. Tomorrow night at the opera ,;i their. The merits.goods Will are simply mention sold a few on I Ii i iAT 1

'art will be shown. I house will be devoted to the opening sale 'I
j IMA' v/oor/vV.s n l'u.1. ; articles which I will put on :
'- will be served ineuldalads. I entertainment of the proposed ly- I Solid Gold 13 and 18 K Ladies' and MALI' MAMrACTliiKS-. i
'I' d I Fair will head I Gents'[ Watches:, with Hi,h-Gradei,
night. Everybody i is 1 Caucasian Cafe. ceum course ; and upon the patronage i I Movements; Filled Cae Watches, 'I'II Sale Begins Wednesday, December 10th, at 8 a. m.iy'
will the
accorded depend success I I It. II. Adjusted Watches, 17, 11)) 21 1 I
-- ---- of the plan projected by the 'and 23; Jewel; Diamond Case To the Purchaser of the First Five Dollars Worth of Goods a

t..o........+e...... e..e..o+..o......s.... management. George J. I). Currie, i Watches Chain, lungs; Clocks, I Pair of Johnson &, Murphy Shoes will be Given.

t/. .. the well and favorably known monologue JJronzt-s Platedware, Sterling,Silverware.Rogers 1M7 Quadruple Table- ', Stein-Bloch Clothing, con 813 to $18 per suit for, ... .. .. .. ....tG.90to 3.70

artist, will upon this occasion II Ware, Solid Gold Headed Walking I j Pants, co t$3 to #G' for.. .... .... .... .. .. .... ... .. .. ... .. .. .{'r3 to t3S". i
Hello Stranger i hold the boards and: the favor with ; Canes, Opera Glasses Field (Glasses >' Large Stock of Celebrated E'(,'le; S.'iiru/ for. .. .. .. .... .. .30to .'.)8 :

which this entertainer has; been re- :' Gnus and Pistols Musical Intru-j I II' WhiteI'Htndert'danJXegli..tee Shirts ... .... .. .. .... ... ... 3310; .39 I I

.. ceived elsewhere is indicated by the I' meats and hundreds of other articles Stetson J3.50 Hilts for...... .... .... .... ...... .... .. ... .. ... .... $1.50
too numerous to mention.
.Q THIS is following paragraph from a Georgia : I Ij Men's Rest Hats for. ..... .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .... .... .... .... .. .... 39 to .!1-i! i:

9li. paper: I Johnson & Murphy fo Shoes for. ..... ... .. ...... .. .. .. .. ... .. $2.1Men's '*
'' "Well, he pleased. It was Tuesdaynight j $5,000 WORTH FINE DIAMOND Best Shoes.... .. .... .... ... .... .... ... .... .... .. ... .. .s)::; to f;Pi8; I

i Beers Reposti ceum's, and!second the occasion attraction.was Mr.the Cur-Ly- JEWELRY, ,1:1,1 Stock Must be Closed Out in Fifteen Days. .

ory rie was /greeted by frequent applauseand Consist"of Solitaire 1)iani',ri, I
I S. "
R. THAMES
0 rou.uf, laughter from beginning !Studs! PtT.daniK Mart'1'iiis, ,
to end of his entertainment lie is 1.... kern. tar: Dr-. trc.: I
I. 509-511 South Palafox Street. a man: of extraordinary personality, I I Iic.., .,ill ha, ".."M at .. Corner Palafox and Intendnoia, : )1.X.Hi 1It. __" ,
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graceful!, easy and natural and has -

I It : ,, -ri M. LI\I: (H'0 a Liuzh' that would wrinkle ;your ; ALEX. LMiTS.S.I 0. M. PRYOR, dietetic MEAT value.Vhile& MALT has refreshing a marvelous!
f linen. Mr. Currie gave an entertainment
0. I The Government dree fur pleasant to take, it
(.f a little more than: an 22U S. 1'alafnx St. Opposite Custom helps assimilation ;
,
I niture man has made: an innovation i
flour, and tho..e Huns' will. of foi d. Sld byUA:1NHEl '
: Buggies Wagons and Harness. 1 present never spentahappiir I in the furniture bume.He \
4CHMMAS sixty minute" I during the holidays, reduce the >i ER KROH. :
S eto5t I P.ri -I have a Safety Vault Fire price on all his elegant stock of I _- --- : i ,; I

...1..e/e.0.0.o..e.e....,0eSSe0.4.0tS.,3... \ iii>li Mritirm<>. and Burglar Proof, and I am prepared household that and will office enable furniture to'e to I 1 :
[From the OllldiJO.Toowoomba.Australia)II I to take good care of your articles figures you / I''
Christmas pre.-ents in something :
Hud Chamberlain's Cough Rfinedy of value and will make liberaladvances your
all such articles at the that is u-eful and at below I i :
on
i* an excellent medicine. I have Lowest Rate of Iiitcie Business what articles are sold for tNewhere. S1VIO E j ,
1 been suffering from a severe coughfor I strictly confidential. IJei&ember You should call on him before buy- ''
GOODS the last two mouths, and it ha place H X II. 2'Jti: South Palafoxstreot. i iag! elsewhere. 9Jlm"Try I
effected a cure. I have great pleasure : opposite the 1'ostollice -- :
ALEX. Ll Cln:OFF.l'Nprietor.. Clam Bouillon with :
in recouuneuJing itV. C. URDU h
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\VOI-KXIK: This i is the opinion of Whipped Cream at Solo i ) ::1
-AT THK- one oi our oldest and mot respected ---- -- mon's. ,
lltlJiriU
residents, and has been voluntarily TimHKADQUAKTF.HS----I --- ;
I ,iveu in good faith that others may The finest line of sterling silver ,
GE1'fBOOK STORE try the remedy and be benefited, a? goods; and silver novelties is i to be I 'IIIt :
was Mr. Wockner. This remedy is IJA found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to J ;

CONSISTING OF 1: sold dealers.by all druggists i and medicine I J COY Y GR OOO0. alAasq- nil.-J L AI ',.

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Aibums, Pictures, Cards, Calendars, Baskets, I BUY A HOME. 1II1c..alt.He'ta (croeer and! ...BIG... I I I I ; : ,I I''

I O. M. Pryor has purchased a REDUCTION I See that Each t i [
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Games, Books, Dolls, Purses, Prayer large number cf choice lots which he FOR oe < Cigar is i i
will sell to desirable purchasers at I Stamped. '
moderate figures.Mr. : ...SALE...
Books, Hymnals, Bibles. Family, Fancy and Staple I
Pryor is desirous of building
up the eastern section of the city. I I *< Groceries, t< FRANK REILLY i i
-Everything in the Way of Pretty Things.,. and, controlling a large number of ,
lots, will sell them on reasonable. and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy Mrs. N. Bowers HOLE AGENT.Prtistie .
terms to actual settlers. 9Jlni Goods. '. t tI
=PRICES 140'0 ,\ .=fr -- -- -- -- We are Sole Distributors for West will hold her Annual Reduction -
Do you want a magnificent watch Florida for the Celebrated Cafe du :Sale of
-- for little money? If !so, call oc I I
:- -- _0 Monde Coffee Sweet Home Molasses -
Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate -. Illini and Climax Flours,Biyle's Trimmed and Street Hats F s

l R. JOHNSON vou. i iI I Delicatessen Food Cn.'s Canned German: Meat-AmerIcanl; Etc. All'I II For Ono Week, beginning; Monday. i iDel. .I i:1,
!
Now i ie the time to order your I of which are sold by all first-class ;i ii .. S'h. Ladies will! do well to j
Christmas cake, such as fruit pound, i Photo naph ,
Retail Grocers in the city. 1 cal! early and Secure g, 1
ornamental! or any kind of cakes at
PROPRIETOR.= Pfeiffer'j Steam Bakery. 1 I 002-G04 SOUTH PALAFOX. I BARGAINS IN FINE MILLINERY. I iiU4ia S. P 1Jaf'I'Street.. I i ra i



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 11,1903

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FRANCE A'NO R. c. DORS Y'DEAD.'
V NEZUELA. I

The Matinee
Well Known as Freight Auditor of the Girl
Newly Appointed Minister-of Former I
Jim Damps his luncheon oft Country Ordered ta Caracas.P.vis. C
would eat Dec. 10.-Owing to the gravIty New \ork. Dec. 10.-R. C. Dorse> I at the FlapTHE

At "Hashem Home" in "Hus of the situation! !In Venezuela the fre'cht! aud.tor: at New York of the

tle Street" forozn: nffieo has directed M. Wiener, I Clyde Sfamship lines: for Jackson I

There men gulped heavy meals each day thf r."wy! appointed French miniftci I viHc! and Charltston is rka.l at his MOST ATTRACT'VECALENDAR

While Jim ate Force "-but now they to V.aela.. to start I ir"m:,,vatpv] foi home in Brooklyn. Mr. FXirsey ba> J Jbren I

say ('a.H"without: wa'tir.g' for 'he arrival I ('onn ted with the Clyde: linfl iI I

The wisest men all follow him- I h.-re of the Vene7lan minister, I for 15 years: and was well known to I

Save health time, cash like "Sunny Jim.' Genrral Velatici, ss at first intended. south;*rn shippers ar:
The foreign office also has selected "-as aant!: of the Clyde line at I OF THE NEW YEA'

rie... No. 45. North river at the time
Count da Rocca as the French representative I H303>
66 FORCE"The la the arbitration with Venezuela of his death. Con l=N of x-
I
10 iu., in 14 C""J'S, .
and, has ordered him to proceed Jlr. Porsey was born In Augusta. special tin .-h thai ,:

Retdj.to-Sero Cereal Immediately to Caracas with }I. Wein- Ga.. about 25 years ago, and his body watt'r color efort nfjects Tinif ,

er. The arbitration covers the loss will lie shipped, there for burial. rvprodnction, greatly p-duc '

as ready I es sustained by French citizens" whose without the cnliVL" _'
rich coloring Iht it
Sweet, crisp flakes /
Want
nouses *ere ourncii ana wnose plantations : Transports Continued. idea of the tx-auty 01 uscries
-of wheat and malt as the appetite. were destroyed during the rev San Francisco, Dec. 10.-A number of plates.

of prominent one of them official How to Obtain It '
men an.
olution. The sessions: of the arbitrators here, rn'iuld, on rt, .
Best far Stomach Rest. ." ill be held at Caracas. The in the Red Cross society, have coinorstriiD|' : OH, inCfliit ,
o. Force' in certainly the bmi of French officials probably will depart protested against the proposed- relinquishment di''iin 'label token from i.
everything for etonucb rest. HatnOK.. fur Ho poxliitiihodHtiiin .-
.. GIOBOI FIUNCIB Tiurn within two day!!. Oa their arrival at of the government of the ( lil>el Trnui ".

"73years JOUBR." Mill* Holt No."1, Caracas there v.ill be a formal resumption management of the transport service and Gold a liaiid White Baron Label:OAf'Kr.UlOR.tf .
1'Iew York City.
of diplomatic relations between They base their! argument on the tupito.; wuKillUMil roar dealer c.ilifclpt ') ,

th<; two countries. ground that the soldiers receive bet au onlfr<>f
I trr treatment on the throe pr'juott uHlBOKiveusiUe ,-
government vessel;; namt .
SHOT BY HIS BROTHER.: than en those under private (('&trol. through. ft h<'in y<'wt-t-.
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U 1 t >ynn. Thl. ..!,- .ftn., ,
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I COMic OPERA AOefiaaus
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?/: 1'iirrh.iw< nfin! IT (
Accidental Cischsrge of Gun! Kills Rob Two Children Crem td. I _._-- Ulul.Uuuw d.l loc X< ,>
DOCTORS IN CHINA.
LONDON'S GREAT CLOCKS i ert Barry.Duf Columbus. Ga, Dec. 10.-A tpnp j ARMOUR PACKING: CO., Armour Station, Kansas Ciiy: Kan: ?..
lianan. Ga. 1X Barly meet house belonging Mr. Ed
The Iminpnull- ClIO I'.rn end Ike TLey I'rnht Thftuorlt." npfore They c. 10.-Robert to Pink

Law tourlt' 1'ioiriiirre.llos i riijMe Thrir rallfnm.Vhfu w,is killed: by the accidental
\ many of those who look up at : \ :i uir.n in China becomes ill. his < of a shotgun in the tianoV of terday afternoon. Two youni? mn. ,=, -r _, I

the fieure of X. It-un ",.11 believe! that : f.iu.Ii.v' !>omls for n doctor: \ iiiul as no his brother, Walton: Karry. yestwxiJi} children who ha* been coafined intie

r'ie:' st.itne of "our greatest sailor"l is t'hll''iooe! fihy.siuan of <>ialil>L"-
I will walk, its the entire load dId iri the! ----- \
.11'" nines as t.sll a> a living man? to :i patient a rtrrij'je taking HARPER .i &\ kf "
Notliiii!: In the norld is so deot-ptive as I or a douLvy uu.st l-c n-at to f.tdl hiui.As side of his htad, causing instant d.-ath. Thomas Nast's Successor, "

tstico, r.s a run round ondon with I SJOIlIIS he reaches the Louse lie is Walton Tarry at owe ran to to.vnam1' WashiI: on. Dec. 10":-George Santer -

a footrule would s>Uow. :Noiiody: so conducted into tile brt room ami i- entertalnttl notified his relatives and frieaJs cocsnl at Antigua. B. W. 1 has -AiDannheisser-

far RS one ktiovv.s has ever jtt been with tea, lirandy! lint! sweetmeats Walton and Robert Harry are son? bfn appointed to succeed the late

found to believe that Iig Hen is over i ; ur if he has c-oiue a poo MI distance of Jud Harry, who is county treasurer Thorra? N'ast onfui general at Guayaquil.

fcevea jnrds across the dial, that the : : with a neal I of several I cuurses.No of Haralson county the former being ; -uador.. Bros

bands are together; t wenly-fi\'e feet matter h<>\"- ill las patient nlay belie 33;; ytars old c-nJ married, and the lat

long, that the minute hand jumps will: not approach him until be Las ter about :22:! and unmarried.Val- n __ _

seven Inches every time it moves, that thoroughly; rtfresheil, himself in this ten Barry has for tome y(ars been a
Importers and Dealers In
the five minute spaces measure nearly in:)nner. locomotive engineer, having within the All the National

two yards and that each of the dials When at last he goes to his bedside, last ten dajs returned from Texas, Wines, Liquors Cordials and

.weighs four tons. You may spend a he first asks the patient if he is still where he was last employed. Bank Circulation

day staring: hard at St I'a Ill'S before I able to eat, and he next examines his The young man killed was a member .< Cigars. ..*

you will believe! that the ball over the pul,*'. After the patient has !bared his of
the firm of Smith. &
: Barry, t:
in the United States could
dome will hold twelve men and that entire forvarin the physician places his which carries a line of general merchandise not

the cross above It Is ten yards high finger on the pulse and for (;l'\'l'ralmo- at this place. All are highly purchase the assets of The Agents for the Ju-tly (C. i, I" ,

ten yards above the dome and weighs; ments does not utter a word. Sometimes respectable and the death! of young Mutual Life Insurance Com and Reliable Brand of I. W. H.:

a ton and a half. Yet a footrule and only one of his fingers and at and Other Pure Brand- ...fV': .-. -
Carry is greatly deplored by all of ourcitizens
of New York
the dean's permission! are all that you I'I other times all of them are employed and the sympathy of all pany I and Victoria Beer
need to be cOI\'lne that these things at this work. When he breaks his silence goes The Aristocrat among
out to the bereaved family. Total circulation of all National Banks in the United
are not what they !le{>m. he describes; minutely the disease btate, September 30,1401
I the Whiskies of the old
Every one knows how Impossible It is I from which the patient is suffering; and Everything for your H, ''

to fix the distance of a ship at sea or writes a prescription. Charged With Kidnaping. $323,900,000 School. Without a peer. Camping Outfit can h-. ; !
Macon Ga. Dec.
10.-John Moore
a fire on a dark night:: when the contrast Then the. doctor takes his leave I from u.".
of the light:: with the surrounding I I promising to call again If necessary.He is confined in a cell at lIolice headquarters Assets The Muiu.il Life lav Co. of New York are'' For Bale byDannheisser
charged with kidnaping. Eliza larger than tho e of any other company; in "' ''Icne. i -
darkness brings; the vision near receives, as a rule no fee for this )

though the tire may be miles away.Who service, but if he is a druggM i he Grant came in from Dublin and asked $352,800OOO i Bros.CHOICEST Jug Trade a Specialty

of all the thousands pas! ing charges a largo price for the medicine, for the arrest of :Moore. She asserted

along the Strand today will l >Iieve or if he U not a tlruprNt he rrcciu-s a that Moore had enticed her 12j ::!- -- ......,- -- .".. --- -"'- COUXTIIY ORDIIor: ; : i .
Since organization this b.lSl.d I ,
Company
that a party of workmen breakfasted satisfactory commission from the one ear-old child away from home and holders! ever policy ': i and Prompth .- ,

in the law courts' clock before it was wl>o prepares It. Moreen er, the patient, when once out of sight of her place I iI

fixed in its place to tell I/wdon the if he recovers generally' gives him a compelled the girl to accompany him. $569,159,000: -0.- I '
Main H JU.e-II'1( ]' \ -
\VTong time?-St James (;azl'lte.Statu. handsome present Moore: admits having bet-n with the

gill but says she is 18 jears of age, which is more than any other compary in the world i i I R. R. Exchaiu'e-o', i /I'. I
f IJ H JW
of the ( oonlry I'uliliiihpr. Origin of lloinler." and that she came away from her has disbursed.Vrlle : I p. O. Box 1:-1. j'. :i- i j' .
An Indiana:
lli'rc i U a l.ttlo: old <=traiUt-from-the- man tvho was being homo willingly. He says he does not tcwlay fur "Where shall I Insure?" PI"IIf'" II'i.;!" .,
sbouMor talk a!>out walters lying uoar taunted about the name of his state, know hero the girl is now. -A'l'I I
"Hoobler" ga\e this explanation of it: TIIK :MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE i --- ---
to our hoart Tin ft' s-ct-tus to l>c a fociing C. APOSTLE'S
.
tXVheu the ; men on the Indiana
:
young
among Irasinoss mm that a newspa Automobile Factory For Atlanta. COMPANY OF NEW YORK I I -
side: of the Ohio river went to GOLAY=
por has no liu,:iuos to make monoy.Why Atlanta, Dec. 10.-Atlanta is to have RICHARD A. McCti.r>Y, PnvUeniCKCII U East Gorman St. =
Louisville, the Kentucky men boastedover I
put? It is the most exactiu? business a l.OuO.OOO automobile factor -. There
In the ",..rltl. the mo t trjing in them" calling:; them 'new purchasegreenies was filed with Clerk Arnold Broyles I < AVILICOManager.. I Formerly Cordova Restaurant tali( j Grist and Corn f flleal I Iflls:::! ,
and claiming themsehes to Jacksonville, Fla. I
every "':1)'. It means li>n;; hours and I I of the superior court, yesterday morning One car-load of Pineapples 11.71 !I
IK a superior race, hnlf horse, half alligator |tit. p. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i
the sreati-st care in its conduct. The I a petition for a charter for the 11. H. 1HOKNTOV, AsePeusacola I;o $2.00 per dozen. I
I anti tipped off with flal'fllltnrUI' \ I' ., .
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newspaper! his the entire public to dialwith. These taunts produced tights DeLoach Varispeedi company, and it is f ia. I DBlBCtcrer
It is cntifiMil ou all occasions. this company which is to do the build CHICHESTER ENGLISH ,JJJOICt: JKUJ J\ f) l'l'lnGltOr; !\
in the market house and streets of 1-
It has to deal with all the cianks in the Louisville. On one occa!'ion a stout ing of th8 fast horse; !
community. 1111111') do tins Mieoes fully the (barter is granted; by Judge Lump, I, -, ....,,1..1 .."., "hh ......... Patronls" Hom lndo try, for thi r. i'T
from Indiana victor in i The Tonic Mtl
bully : was a ? """: '*"" 1.41.-.. II irrtttt'M.LIMf I >rr r. ai ri'miin-s judmiiviit! and p.itifiicc.: kin The petition I II "il '. 'HUIII'.. t.W... :4took from th" Hom Mikaafactilor "
for par ,
the cha Ket-d
fist fight, and, having heard ColonelLehui.inows.ky : ter I Excellence. ,
.
: 'I'L ':111" I... .. '.. to >,... .,.., I borne induitry. ,
It has |IIVwl'r. and that power to the i are A. A. Df1. r. lecture 'The Wars of Ofvena and .L. nO.
on U left la the i
your commii >
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,tltt of is m-arty always .. I'.r.u ."" '11..11..... ....t Ial.... money
'I j'lurnalis-iu i V. II. Del.oarh. I Indirectly bear""S'c
When lad la torn are
No | Europe, who alwajs pave martial seen ycste.dav I I L ;7 ; :. :' ,;..:,i ; : :.,;;;: i.i: (ottering yon ", tbo borne nmaulactnrit-i o
u-lded for the public g'xnL: qucson
V. II DeLoarh stated that : (! .."...,,,,.. ...
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I prowess to the German Lnssars in aj the factorywhen I X!* 1,11. 1""rI..II.. -ontrlbato! to the csuseot labor. Voi *>
of vital cowvni to the home people I / ., ... \t." ... I .".'L" .. t I .
constructed would '. 'It to thecoruruuuItT In which you live I':d
be -
:j fisht with the Hus ian Cossacks prououncing located 4 I.h-.I. 1 hrmlrnl<
i .,., .... .
from the vbloh oontrlbntestOToar Inppor'f
:.ills to tiiul a .tl ons; suppoit '.1 .r .1.1111.' ft
I hussars 'hoosiers:;,' the Indianian. at the same place now occupied! by '; I
!low<, newspaper, and tins too, without the i i Loach i fl'f( r -
i when tue Kentuckian cried Manufacturing {'om Inn> 7JJ-, r.rm '
rI.'UllInt'rati"lI. The pubii.-lur spendshis I
'' a'ma 4iiO !Jliuhland: .
'Huiiupur: : juuiiM'd up and said: } avi-nue. Mr. Delxuih !

money to further these projects hoosicr.' And hence the Indianlansj I further stated that work would l,,rmimmediately I fft. Wine Cordial.) / SAMUEL CHARLES

and the community! never gi\es a j Wi-re called\ by, that name. This was after the granting of the The b ." .,1. n lI '!Y fr t f ,

thought; : to the matter .>f co.-t to him. ''Its, orii I in the state II chartfr by the Malarial and
true !) w.-is courts. The petition : Typhosd : l
It is not p-id! out of the public pockit.: !' whi'a it occurred.-ChicaOT Chronicle. for the charter states that $10.i oii of I FCVC3, 'l J [ 1 BOOT AND SHOE MILKER,

-News;in per J orn. I I the SlOO.nnO, capital stock has br-en Colds, :I'fluenza..c.. : ,

I linn I'uu'ii'. i.i'i'.i ?:rlOr. paid in. The I '' ," .,- Jl 1. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
privilege |Is "
111. \\ .>ii erriil Drram. I asked in
Dan :'.:11'11 is a i'V'it"nJwiMions! the l''a'e' Ibtail Dealer Hhoe Leather and Fn
and
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petition : in
"Say." said the newspaixr man KtriiTiij: : l:o.r".'. Ai-ir...! i.ieasaremcr.t rt.Mernrhi.s stock to increase the capital _____ ___ __ l"j .: .. lJVh."
tliousbtfully, "I lud a great dream last slinwitl tn.i sir:de at top t-pcrd $1.0I1n.o/lO.to/ an amount not t>x.er.n: \ IMIOM; MI tiO'; sot"TJI PAI,\KOX STISKKT

ui;::Lr. Thought 1 was making: a mint to I.e i a feet I I 1111"11(.... Ho i i.. ao
of money." po.ng.: (,fi" dally ft>r a pacer. In ionBIXi i-

"IIowV !!sUd his friend. addition: he has a btlle \los-t motion For Over Sixty: Years.MR4. <; A. l.\I.I: .AverySCCSSOR
-\Vhy. I dreamed I uas a pace rater .
behind, not being:: a pure -l.ne" j>ac T, WI SLOW'8 HooTHisa STBCP but I Have specially constructedV4ffons \I
i>orUT on a 1 Kuss-ian paper. outward iuiis
I slight swing;
but
having; a been used for over sixty years by mllliot sot ,
"IlII't we how there was so much I for the removal of dead anutiiU ( TO AVERY \VOOLFOLK..,
!':roke that when all conditions: are mothers for their children while teething from the city limit I

money in that.J'.ut I not favorable, muct surely impede hit with p-rtect success. It soothes the child Will remove dead horses or cows for IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

* tbat Is-n't all of it. I dreamed (l'ogr' s. if but a trifl. *. toftpos tbe' gums.allays all paiD,cures wind One Dollar e
8? i i-' that 1 was ass-i.;;ni'd to set the names I colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea Address HERRING BROS., HARDWARE.
% a i a co.irt ImlL" i It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer Immediately Or leave orders Oouldinp. I
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: I Years' Torture Hold by Druggist every carl
"Toush J-.br Forty 135: East Intendencia !street.
; y 1 "Of course it was a tojgh Job, but To be relieved from torturing disea of the world. Twenty-flve! cents a bottle I Iron Nails! Axes Khovf Is, Haw Mill and Steamboat

Just think! of the money. Why weryuarae I : Be sure you ask tor"M n.Wlnslow's Booth- Supplies, Cooking and Heating (:Stoves, Paint, Oils
was a yard Ion.; and Lad a strinsof -=e after forty years' torture might lag Syrup, and take no other kind. I THE CORRECT TIME I Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle

; titles to it btsitles.': Oh. I was ju-t I well caue the gratitude of aoy one. -- --- --- -- Agate awl Tinware ana Ilonsefurnishing Goods,
'
; C'linin;: money when I woke u11.1I1'x ."- Hazel STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ I :0 I
That is what DeWitt's Witch ,
j tlJ""AOEN8 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANVSSRevere : :
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>kI.ru l".asle.; : Salve did for C. Haney. Geneva, O. PURCHASE YOUR
.
i --- I THOS. Coxuox, Captain I Giant Htitched Belting, Northampton Emery
TheY..>rstMnUituJos r'lIrlll I He ?ays: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's KilBomine -

are singiujr; the rrai p;; .Salve cured me of piles after I had I will make regular trips between Iron Kinij and Buck Stoves and Rangeo Wm

of Il.tdol, the new discovery which suffered forty years.' Cures cuts, Penacola Freeport. Leave Point Washington Baylen street and \ Christmas Gifts! COUDS Made Riilroad fe Co.'s Colors.Temple. Raw .Hide Lace Leather, MasnryV;

u n.!ikmireo many sick people well burn*, wound*, skin diseases. Beware t
counterfeits. Pharmacy I whirf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive I I Ma'ionic @ Pensacola. Flii.
of Hargis'
aai weik people strong by dig9 tin ; I I II ....
what they eat by clean;inc and John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn.Foley's I at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day We have time to show you our i I'

fweeteuinn the stomach aid by Leave Freeport Tuesday at 63. m, I Complete Stock: of Good* now be- j

transforming their food into the Honey Tar and arrive at Pen acola 6 p. m. same, for the Greatest: Rush is on us. The The Star Laundry
and
kind of pure, rich red blood that: : dl\: ". Fare, round trip, $5; ; one way,' selection i I" complete. We cannot! 'I ,

iuakt.* yon feel oOd:111: over. Mrs. I cures colds prevents pneumonia !153.: 12alta I tell you all we have ; you must come

Cranfilf.o'Troy, I. T., writes: For I and *ee. 'I Biggest Busiest Best I
a number of years: I was troubled I N.-\VAL SI01tt2i MAUKKT.ll i Try Gu ther.-Candie9 al: j We would like to call particular I ,

wtt indigestion and dyspep-ia Solomon attention to oar lines of
which grew into the wrst form. portwl Dany for The Newi hj !

Finally I was induced to ue Kodo! Union Naval Store Co. POCKET 'BOOKS :
YOUR ORDERS
aad'after: usinp four bottle I am eu I B08I5.WW SEND They Speak

tirely cured. I heartily recommend __..._.._...M 20 H-._.....? .....ft !85VQ OPERA CUSSES :
KoJol to AllJUlIcrs from indirection' __............... 8 0V _._.._ ...... 1 tIj ,. to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter: 01 r I I

aud dY [H'p:3ia.: Take a dose aftermeils" _...... ... _. 8 65 F __....._ ..__ 1 M electrical work. Repair work i L j MEERSCHAUM PIPES i
It what eat.Hargis for Themselres !
digests you _._._..... 1II: specialty. :
l'harmacJohn 'r jl......._ ......._ 8 110 E m.
tinepard[ ..... _......... I .5 ,'
Kahn.CARPENTRY. K __._.__ g to D ASH ,
Sidaey : -- ------ I_.. ..... ......_ I 05 14 below..... 1 tjSrUUTe r' I II I ..
TUltr&5TIl'I&-5C'., NOVELTIES IN COLD AND SILVER. WelettheHhirtand <
CAS "l.'O rI.JA.6fus : : LODGE DIRECTORY .. ,r
Cuffs Launder -
th. u H :"Jj) r-i I Ifptule I we
: I Let us show them to you. them elve5. They will U-K .r

/l Medical Society, Attention. j Wa" i
I. It I KNIGHTS OF PYTHlAhPennacoU than we can. waut t" h .

--- #- There will be a regular meeting olihe I i PETER LINDENSTRUTH more by the work w.- d'> '< .:;
Pensacola Medical Society at I Lodge, No. 3, K. or rnmeetierery

AND the Board of Health office at I, Monday gyening 116 Bouth Palafox Street.PARKER'S. what we say
tu*) kl Canle Bill. I
'clock Tuesday. Dec 23.
> p.m.
ELECTRICAL WORK I In tbe Hlount. W t oiBulitlng. t
Visiting physicians are. cordially I third floor. I ALL WORK c. o. D. Mi Called for ail !DBIITere* ::''*
!Invited to attend. Visiting brethren eordlAlI;I HAIR BALSAM
DR.W. C. DFWBERY, welcomed C1IG_ tud bnm..d tht b&Jr. I TELEPHONE 114. GARDEN ST-
U A. Lit, loxtmrnDt 27
KLcs up Pearl &; Dolive phone 660 President.OR. ft frovth.ever
H. HOBSLIB: (). C, l' Fail* to Be tor. GNt I
L. DEM. BLOCKER, Hair to tu YoutaTul Co1.or.
have carpenter or eloctri- I K.K.A8. Cut WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
0 hI
VOU any KS.p. >KUrt* tAWllio
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n25ttf Secretary I rxluu 1 01 Dm Ite I ,
work you want well done. _



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THE DAILY' NEWS; PENS FLORIDA ITHURSDAY.| DECEMBER 11 1J02. ,

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GEORGIA LEG i. cae n I m'; ers ot the souse over the I Ii I i q I

meastke and It was passed 1 It-! substitute ,

Uncle Sam it'sall House Civet Large umirer firm the substitute being offered I", !" i f

says Sessio by the author of the original bill. ,! : !:

Atlanta, Dec. 10. {elton'. Amendments that were proposed were : 1 1II
voted t
all
down.
right bill! providing for su ions of 1

the ]legislature passsd ester Th< bill is of general importanceand f
iiterest If passed by the senate
government officials is always In thane of day by a vote of 120
rst't Pam In the person of ten of his every !
and
4,,urtafnt of our distillery. During the entire process of distillation, alter the whiskey Only the governor re now approved by the governor it be- I I'I
s' l'td in barrels In our warehouses during the seven years It remains there, from the come effective Sept. 1 190;Jnd stipulate -
i gram we buy to the whiskey! you get Uncle Sam Is constantly on the watch We dare stands in the way ( mlng a { J
tot rent U': e a gallon of our own whiskey from our own warehouse unless he says it's all right law, but it is practict that he that on and after tfTat date it I 1 I for infants and Children. I ? :
ALa .n be does say so that whiskey goes direct to you with all Its original strength rich. shall be unlawful for any one to sell .
a-d savor carrying a UNITED STATES: REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GCARAN- will veto it. and hie sage is Part'I I t'I! '
D" Oil
of, PURITY and AGE. and saving the dealers' enormous profits. That' why advertise for sale or offer for sale Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor ,
i TI. ''.EK WHISKEY Is the beat for medicinal purposes. That's why It Is preferred for expected to go into the senate early within the limits of the state any adulterated gone, Drops aud Soothms Syrup<. It is Plea'ant. It I, ; I
n _1"1.. That's why WI' have over a quarter of a million satisfied customers. That's this morning.It contains neither Opium )Mornhino nor other Narcoticsubstance. ;
back if you're or mixed sirup whaever.
not satisfied
luU should try It. Your money exceptat
tj is understood Governor Terrell It destroys Worms an l allays erishncss. ;
the time of sale or offer for sale the :.
a-id Wind Colic. It relieves: Teething .
will veto the message on the ground It cures DiarrlKea ,
Direct from our distillery to YOU that it will add eight months to his percmtage of such adulteration or ad- Troubles and cures Constipation' it rejrulatos tho I :
term of mlrUre! is clearly stamped on the receptacle Stomach and Bowels, pivins healthy and natural fcleep. ;i'
office. He is ;
Saw Dittos' Profits I Pnvtnts Adulteration I It is stated to giving strongly his approval opposed to containing the sirup. The Children's, Panacea-The Mother's rricnd. ;

any measure which would! give hima Th senate yesterday passed the I The Kind You Have Always Bough*
resolution by Senator Park, of the thir i }
longer term than that for which he .
HAYNER WHISKEY was elected. This is, in substance, ty-seventh to appoint a commissionto Bears the Signature of i ,
investigate the subject of a uniform I
what his veto message will state, according
system of school books for the state: t
to the report at the capitol. .
passed the resolution by Mr. Steed of
The general belief is that the senate
PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE Taylor, appropriating money for repairs -
will pass the bill over the governor'sveto 1
to the state capitol; fixed the 1t
and that the house will do the
FULL general appropriations bills as the special #
$0:22!! EXPRESS same thing.
order for this morning, and putthrough Iw. f
4 Consideration of the bill in the In Use For Over 30 Years.
all the local house
bills that
O house caused much I ._.. en
QUARTS PREPAID discussion. It ? e w".U"... eo. 4'r MU..av..rrr Nrweaa '
I were on the calendar for a third read .i! '";2!
taken
was up almost the first thing

during the morning session and was ing.The _. ___ ___u ____ __._ -- -- -
ff,w send you FOUR and QUART DOTTLES of RA SEVEN- franchise tax bill gained ancther
\\ >LD. RYE for 13.20. we will pay the express charges. Try It and disposed of in a comparatively soorttime.
JD t and It all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from victory yesterday when the senate 1 1l
,'else at any price,send It back at our expense and your 13.20 will be It now goes to the governorfor finance committee after a long discussion If W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPBHY I II
t to you by next: mall. Just think that offer over. How could U bef his approval or disapproval. ,
If you are not perfectly satisfied, you are not out a cent Better let recommended favorably the Can- f 1
you a trial onl r i join you. We ship In a plain sealed case, no marks to show what's passed the bill by Mr. Brinson of Decatur .t.
... house by a vote of 9 to 6. ._ _
rs for Ariz.,Cal.Col.,Idaho. Mont Nev.. N.MM.. Ore..Utan.Wash county, to prohibit the sale of The bill will be -' -1 'IIILJ
be 4 .. reported to the sen fI LUMBER LATHS !
must on the bails of Ouartn for .00 by ExpressPfepLid adulterated sirup under the guise of ; ,
or 20 Quarts for 16.00 by Freight rrepaid. I ate this morning with the recommendation ,
Amt being the pure article hyt
Write our nearest office and do It NOW. that it do pass.&fe .
Much discussion was indulged in by I I S&. SAWED CIFEESnfilUGlES-flMmJSat! i'

THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY ter s t

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r.v-'A CA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS Ma ST. PAUL MINN. !.>-<>: >->&.rO'A.i.1" iy..a, .1 a__"<'",:.Io.o.'7ti...jiiyv0'V- ". 6 Yir r., y.s.C"'>'>ilnll.Jr''>.\4' '"' '1I
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DISTILLERY THOU, a ESTABLISHED 1866Curse :": '


i 'N t ,I: thAEAnwm L:

1 GOLDRING i
LACEMAKING. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LAGER TRADF r' I:

---- THIS WINTER THAN EVE'- fEFt RE
\H Old Li-end That Telli nf the .
(f.-iAli> of the .\rl.Laccniakbs !
+ a
f : S END US YOUR ORDERS NOIn& I
or Is 1'J n" means so old an orLARGEST'1 t

Industry as most por>ol:) tuppohO.There : q i Olsen & Co.
,, Thompson
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is ro pn..f that it existed previous ,
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to the fift.vnth century and the ___ :. --
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DRINK oldest kniwn i.-ii'.iins; In which it arj- e I Manresa_ Street,__ _Telephone_- -_ ____

IK'.irs 1 Is a i trait of a lady in the 1t

*.''iUin\\ at Venice uinted !>y Cas- I ;e i1 I ESTABLISHED 1863.

,::t.j' 'I\' pates, wlio diinl about t':!'t The legend ; t'a DEALER

WHITE/ RIBBON REMEDY. as follows,Ticpniin'j! : tlie origin; of the art is tl liQUOR i McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,


1 I .q r.' g""'" fit #'(/* nj A .umns fisherman of the Adriatic 15: ________ ____ ________ ________ __ t i I 0 -DSALCK8 I.- 0I
...':, r: a "...N./edge. was t..tr..l1l'1l to a joung and beautiful : '- -- ._ f.Jl I

a .ii-.Hw II'lrrord"flrty ;sill '
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itii-ntiolie ittimu- Illln.Iri\s as she: was beautiful

I', rut- i, a drinker couliriufdorinl ort the pill luado a new net for UrrOCT. : IN WEST FLORIDA. j I 80S AND 80S 8. PALAFOX 8TUEET. .

ui.nnHi to hltAO | who too!. it with him on board -
i" iiitiri after Ubluyt X I n.A.GENOY-
his Ll lt. Tba first time he cast it into '
t". I' I t. i.i era .-f '.\'. <'. T. I' the sea: dragged; therefrom an ejui- REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S SOH CO.'fc !q
., GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL A O PUMPS.
Uoi
lit
'. 'lit. I 1..nl'iiionVn. bite ix-trilunl wr.ick frr.i: : s. which he LOWEST PRICE WHISKY HOUSE
.. .rr.' llftNH, .tested hsein'd! to present to biz I'anci' : nut I [I hun Criael Mitt eils! Itciical loitroBUtt, Chrll, Marl, ChIn '
x.r\ b tiimtri
i.,,\0' invn m.iny. war lircakiiix. out the fishcrtu.in was I COMPASSES. LOGS, KIO

".' 1'10'was riftaL'S' :\n ID)1..mllO'u M"- l'I'l'ss"llutt[ the service of the Venetian .IN PENSACOUL. C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots'! Benevolent ABSOciation. '

: of ni\y. Tini>o ir girl wept at the departure ;
':mil an ..con 11- of In T liur and ('ontNl1llhtl'tI! his -- _.. t --- -- ---a
\. :. >url.ial t I'Iuur I '.ll0 Kisiniiutj I ,
hfohI
b.
t.Jft r Kilt e
In
paekroge : vil.g the intiiciite tic<'iy of the i I REMEMBER THIS THE GARDEN SECTION i +I II Io

f ..f.. r ". tnv" end for wi.ii-k L 1':tbS she began; to t vb't and

)car v, MIo'! NDr./ :,,'s Cnrist- plait the tIrl'HIs'I'IlItI'11; with niall i
ian I fij: rjr.Lr on lid Tremonl I"-ads which Iron uround her net. Lit i ik We give you the Best Whisky, Better Whisky, -FI0rida. I

II M.! Co 'e", V':",. .. .r,..nSlleOIlby I, tIe I liy. little) she.\ wrought an ituiUlion f' Better ,Measure Better Service and Be> ter Treatment k j I penSaC :
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ati"l. and thus was oreii'd -
of the
i la4ria. all the way through than any house in our
the IJOhllilll\'t'! l.UP r
: '1 I ElectriC-Railway
I b"" ",. \' ,,1 "nt a 1.I"llt. line of business has given or can give. We are t I Near East Hill Terminus. I Ii

<>+ t!:.. list (n illft. '; for -the principal of
\ '>( ill British!! 14' ; working a a prier ?i/al lwnft

,t.nJ nn Arnisli W e owe tic hat to .Asia fur it was in t! esty in the Whisky Business, and we go to e.(1# i Beautiful Lots for Sale.
'
Jiat !lilt the art of ftlting;
\ rock which is einnurj
-1tttI:.t of Lewis by wool was Brat known and from tinino ;bs treme in carrying out our idea. You can depend ...ft 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- ,

.1 :"'t \n-le. On thin ,; -t 1'1'1'1IJlt la'ritals! the art was carried on it that bore will always get a shade the 1'1' ing to location and surroundings. !

"ii is trw-twl I and on !hy th; orientals In ludi.i. have with Gold'ring.
gj best of any dealings you may I --- -- ---
!111I"'ru is lied from China n.iriua and Siam hats arei.ji'e Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
Exceptionally
and ,
'. of str.iw. of r.ittan. of bamUmif t Every order everything pertaining a
: i r ni::ht hint's a liLt; : I
,v Ibr! uMienimi: far and pit'.,. of the I-.if of the Tali!!!".lt to the execution of your commands will be personally High, Dry Fertile Lands. II I

'it. in which this lightmutte51 i:8Itt and a! H lar;!\aiiity of ;grasses.: : looked after.Whiskies .: I
: is this: On the The .Jtl'I\l' made their hats of pa-: ,'A ;). The grandest opportunity for investment ever

!1 'IS is a lighthouse: and pi r. The tuuhTU Lat can IK traced. Od I'a, offered in Pensacola. '
ttn-ain back to the jict.-isurs worn by the anciint ,
11\\' in the towir
IMiijwtt-d on t6 a mirror r.onian.liin on a jounwy., and !::1 in Barrels Liquors in Cases. Rome Seekers-Should--- -See These Lots .

,ru on the: summit of ..irnishr !h\;, \\ !nli I I.runs w ie al>o ustsl by tin f-. FerGHl p..Kottle I

.ion!'iiiutince is that to all earlier <'r.-;'ks.It I t.1 Old Waryer. $1 oO I Quart ;

I o"""5. a lighthouse: ox- was not until: after the Koiiiaucomiticst Pond Lily .. . .. . 2 00 IJly.5; 50Jm ( .A. v.Clubbs 1 1I
|has)uri neither pattern nor that the I'M' of hats Ix-gan/ in I.N& Old Crow X 'I! 75 ( ... .... .. .. .. .. 0.1 Ib)1 !i .

I. in-l: l.mil. .\ "hatie of bitter" aUmt "t' Old Crow XX. . . .. SOU Hermitage .. . .. .. .. .. 75: } ; ;
-" .Ltrtcr.our :J' Hermitage .. ... .. .. :3 (00 Old Crow, ..... .. ... .. .. .. 75: ; I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
the Uli&ItJf\ \ the twelfth century, wasI I .. .. .. I
Old Danville Pure Rye..3t'0; (joldrin 's No.3 .. 1 00 Qt
0' Mr. SI..nl....'< Rt-torU. worn by one of the n)!bles < f the land v.
> Atterton Four Year Old. 3 50 H. H Rollins-------------- 1 0' I
'" ,'ia fasliwnaUo woman of New- I IVaissoit1! dewribis hats and plumes : Atterton l Bix Year Old Old Log Cibm .. .. . 1 00 : P'. 0. BKENT WM. H KNUWL1'ti.: W. K. HYER, JR., J. B, KEKSE.Prebldent. t i iOF

!' I i siirt-SM'ii to Elizabeth CaOy Stanton whuli wire worn at IMnard's court I. lOS Proof .. ... ..... .. 4 lit) Anderson Club.... .. ... 1110 .. VIce-rresid< ". CMhler. A..'. Cashler. !
a tear' that It vas not entirely m0tl- In KM": when the Iartir older was instltntetl. 'ineHye.J 00 Globe Gin. .. .. .... .. 101) : I

v' i(.Ir \\otuan top 'ak I.ultlic. The uirrohnnt in Chancer'b I :!e.l OoHriRollinq,3.. .. ... 4 I'O Gin PnophateKucha .. .. .. .. .. 1 ID I td

'I lu "Cantetbury Tall'!''' had "on his held Florida; Club. ..... ... .. 51., I Gin. .. .. . ... .. .. J 2jI First latlona '
i
tufH-d of
'li 1Jt'1'l'h.l"lIt the t'ufra:
;: j ;:
n.iuuderish Lester hat" and from I ., Peter Cooper Ii \)1 W.Ison; Whisky. .. .. 12r .. .Dan 1 'I
1-1 s luukod at 1 IUT with wild surprise.'tfhy a l ..... .. .. .. .
onward :\ Yellow Label..... . B W) Paul Jone I 2:) { ,
she saul, "thorc: are not !' maullwQI a at our coUW'Utit h' tI'r,' I mi-ntum rf "full h.itttVfa .. OenuineN.C.CornWhia- Peter Cooper .. .. . .. .. I1uta f :
K PKRS ACQLA. FLA. I
\\ at for kill List night; and "Indy'I ky 2f 0 Yellow Libel. .. .. .. .. 1 .rji t) +' j !,.

It is hurt neatest to wale a ".'usiblr| 4riCytJL i g. Old Log Corn \Vln{'ky. .. 4 W Murray Hill] Club. .. .. 1 SO t', I
s[' Hh in iuiot; eo tiuno th.in to \ f.. I ,": Montreal Malt Rye . 4,00 Green River. .. .. .. 160 off 1 1I Dp i.. iaIiijtWM. i i
Id bit onus luiio arms and >--lniilir! ,it : U. KKOWLEd W. A. BLO0NT. F C. BRF.N'JN.. K. UYKR. JI I :
n nipi;;turI- en every box of the grnnlne < JIXS.HollincI i
DIPOHTIn: IVINI:4.:
i public 1 Moos In the fuibraot. of a ..3xaii\ 3romo. i, D. G. BRENT I /i'
i I, Quininc Tablets I .+. 1'erGal ti \ I
rrtnge t'lItklUau. tho remedy that ciirt-n a cold ID one dyy.I : .J2UU: Knedrlck Krote-Durkhelmer. : '
.Hue .. .. .. .. 3 00 Kriedrlok Krote-Lauheuli -liner.Krlndnrk i iI
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; Imperial

\'Hie-\\I'a.heat- what ninl the Joos tiny"::00<1 as NEW STORE t NEW GOODS !! II I :r; Imported. .. .I. ...:. ... . 4 00WIMS. Krote Krote--Korster.Krieilrlck Hocklieimer.Krirdnck : rmi n u! D m IU\ gx n n O ill l ldraw U. I

KroteNlerstetnertiloeckie
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T 'It mean? 'I I
NEW DRUGS Frr Gal CunlifTc, Itobson ,t Co..Porte. CanetCunli I nRdr"We
!1' -Don't bather w('. I Port Dome-tic. . .. .. f
M :
: T r.,t $1 o, lolison 1 A l'o.. ht Jullaa. i oar own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain Ire] at a f 1.
t" ::1 1 ,'--[';t. would you say I was as I Port, Californh. . .. 150 % ,
I Augutoll.luller. : Germany France, Anatria, Italy, Holland (Spain! Belgium Rtsbla, Hci i ;
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: -!S wlu'iitVI 4" Port. Imported 400IShfrryWiiip ,
I : Axel, Bagge,4Co.: Military Punch t f fI I 1 Sweden Denmark and other Enrorna.n cocntries.Disbnrsed :
I mltlit after you were rrl'pl"t'ly e, Domestic. .. 1 00Sherry Booth, Dablgren Clrracn PuQ->ch. : way. j Ii IiI

1' .'(I. and that's what will lIarwII! White's Pharmacy.THE I f.: :! XX .. 1 11)50 Jul..sHumaDdCo.HauteSauternI'8' oft IItrVeael3 upon the Mot Favorable Terms! and than ;. H

t' i if >ou don't !stop asking qu.s- r.' t Sherry Imported. (00Catawlu Topaxrhrrry, \ I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eMtration Ten or Fifteen Dill I : q I II
I Angelica 2 s:
IMiilulelpbia PK--S. r(+. 150 All tb"'I'Go art Imported and ., I after Vessel!! Arrives there.- I
undersigned has opened a are In Original Glass Packages.SOLE ,; I Ij'Ij'I
I GO ,
>1''ln..l., Mill In I..' ('n.'. I! Drug Huiness in the lien-law t Claret 4GKNT ::1 tl'' -S..fety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection 1 J i

II n i nun'iiiliiT 11is'1'I May. the i building. HIt! South Pahfux: street era'r. LouisIn ROE Uerar Challlva[ fS. :01I I with which we have A Priva cartment for theTJua I ;I ;
:: IVrUal >>
f !lad Mil'11 a bad position? ,I with a full line of Fresh Drug=, Perfumes I, .. turn..2 00 rf''Rt are. tl
i Jt ;
act 1 beep everything in the
:I" married I Soaps and such other articles I I have many more brands! too Liquor Line.BIJVNCH ,

,." \Vlui i N the! liii-kj man:" I I as are uu illy kept in au up-to-date te numerous! to mention. :< t j l i:

.i. I Drug l>u is tin MM discarded.
.U' one We solicit a share ol a Per Gal Tarragona Street Opp. Union Depot' { i ie
respectfully Write tiwUj far nor hAM 1 {pJ
MI. That U wh1' say he isl II I 'l Brandy, X.$2 00 Phone ft '(; L,., I' ,s' pane ll.ii. nt..4 iu .>tmraidimwluit REM Ti'i; i.ETTEESIT ,I' I't'
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1'1 'hl'Io;; News. the public patronage, ?promising to '. Brandy, XX .. ... ...:. 100 Palafoi: Strret._ ....._. .... ODe 27UeMllieriand r.t'.t';'j 'tf1"r I nnuti.i. 11" in tnnt.ful'e f< r M'in. it W., rM f.tr l" IB"! ._,dr ] "I'. 1
give entire satisfaction, both in B. B. Brandy, Domestic.. 2 UO. -: 1 our!>"*|'",... H J"1"'I''a., .n a'"."tJ 1
Eelmont..Phonei"t : purHuiM f a IHIX uf HAP ....
xu
!. ,. ltr that four ont of fiv.' Muffs I goods: and prices.Tb.9 ',1 B. B. Brandy Imported t or I..1.et I'erfurne itwir n i 1 ja
LonK Distance Phone for medicinal purpo e:; 400) ) ;J y !1'
F. .-d and that a full hand ", iiluuio i ii Prescription Department is in imnrl I'n'U'lIlIIlm the!markrt. l-i Pt Kraceirm' I '. .;
i +5 Cognac; 10 U) O. Box :r.d. ..Lu.urlaar. 1\01..101.1: ( I'ilii, cake j .
1tehl,t',e I:hulk.irllf charge of our Mr. Walter H. White, S r e 1 r pr l'latv..ndr.berlrautlrni..ttda! ,r.. 6 '.1, .

who will try his utmost to please all : Gnl 46'v._ ._ F ire tbeatrrdwlwarliswdy give a L8-I'1..>. D1.::>1.bolf'lCiI., Wl-.,,:'V 1 ; ,
'"" I am proprietor of three of the Largest Siloons in Penacpla, t. M'aH. 'fI1 a ,,,,,.nl,1111:1, : t1..j. ",01 l
I
.. St/id' .!.vsf lr \,1L who may favor him with their order ; FU., Wholesale and Retail: l. therefore I can compete with unv .: BRISTOL ,"'P. guWlrate.l.fe'atreltnfue. \\ .., .. :'' ,':'"-.l' n. j s-
nee p. i Jf 4HH4 i .ft.
-- :. AS our took is entirely new hou e in this line in the state By sending a trial order, it will ." .t i 1.am 'til ma '..a..d wd ....!w.uo! lii mir I: ...,. Irl'rt.. i ,! .... I'I i'. I;,
*. u inn tirl l s'''' ';'iru I' V, Ma. K; t a
,:\. s TOn i: A.. ant fresh we solicit a-trial order. convince you that my style of din< ? bmin* will always please. tI t\! M.ff: U 1.1 BIo.\\\ t"rk".1tu".r. ""Y', aMwt. ..-a.. a
All orders must be accompanied: by P. 0. or Express Money Order. XEL">K'"!IIF'm 11" Musi ..1111IO/. i. ,. I. |Ifs ?' i '
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any. _/ ]"a I K:1;: Y'1 H3e laIs: 3at' I _: 1 G ',r.- *..' .+ )1'lo1" om as 1fr..?. 11', : .r-. I.-r.. 11!.
E'. /,, W. H. White & Co. t we,: "W, p.'W.. tas..r". It .r 'weal"i a. W w'1.4,I ','J'I NI T i
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,' .rRl1.,1-7...{ ir.1 $'N. COLORING a iu>* llW1.. re than p.ni"r 1 *i:M I' d-' '"r I vu. i nd -t i r i iJIWI. I I.I.iD.
Mn AGM iU'fdlLVOi uoiiiyi.o f re [<*) .ig us. Don't dtUt I

Tr rilONES: Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer, PEX3ACOLA.: FLORIDA.ffl; SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. lei
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Guather's Candies at Day No.: NI. sight Xo. 446 tf FLORIDJ: .

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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, {I LORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1903

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I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYIANDSOME .

: OELAYEDJY. I A GREAT LABOR.SAVING OF ?:F !$!; :: 1t !r +;, !; t : j+ ::<

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ilFR IGHtOARSJ JJ; HOLIDAY t
In times past bread was aerated by the use u
of fermented dough,beating air Into it or, Ire'r;)r 1 1I
,. '-:--, quently sour milk and soda were used as the I IJ
leavening agent Now progressive house-wives ,-.
have adopted a newer and better n(thod-the |! 1 HoLIDAY
. : : MOBILE PASSENGERS HAD TO "GOOD Lt'CK" way;-It's sure,thorough and j (t1 I:; DISPLAY m

convenient "GOOD tCCK" Bakiag I'owdrHilwapt I .. j
WAIT UNTIL CARS COULD of the same high stan.lard.aud hat I y
long maintained Iw position as the leading !< ':

:i BE MOVED.An Baking Powder in the Land. Ayft.,. o-AT-O I' IIPPERS !

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occurrence last night demonstrated .. ', I
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.BIG STORE. I A PAKTIAL LIST OP WHAT WIJ 1I.U::
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+ the bid business now being ; ,
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J done here by the railroad company. iTYiOO81I j LADIES' Red and Black Quilted Satin Juliette.......... .
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The passenger train from Mobile J LADIEi' Green Velvet ColonIal.... .... ..... .... ........ .. .. .

' due at 8 o'clock bad to layout I : LADIES' Red and Black Velvet Tonnn..... ...... ...... .. .. ,
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Handkerchiefs>> FOP All.\ LADIES' Coronation Vici Kid Plain Toe...... ............ ..
above Goulding until an excess of I
.I AND PERSONALS : LADIES' Vici Kid Patent Tip Fancy Front............ ...... .
;r) freight cars could be gotten clear of I I.j I' Our Stock is Complete With New Lace and :(:j LADIES' Yicl Kid Juliette, Fur Bound... .... .......... ..... .

.j the main track and there were so : 52S2.S2S"62525"2..Ci252S"252J] LADIE Red and Black Felt Juliette .. ...... .... .... .... . .

t many: cars in the yard that the pa- Iib'. Embroidered Goods. :1 LADIES': Buskins and Velvet Bound Slippers... ...,..... .. ..

j senger train was hid over an hour Admiral Wise and wife from the I rday LINEN HEMSTITCHED FOR LADIES: AND GENTS !j MEN'S Slippers, Black and Tan. .... .... .... ... .... .... .. ... .

I navy yard were in the city lat I Silk : 2O to 50c I j MEN'S slippers, Black, Wine and Tan.... ....... ...... ...... .
1'k "ef'.re anything like a clear track evening and were guests of friends. !I j ]t6 Pa Linen Initial, Fancy Boxts.-. .... ... .... $150 boxChildren's i, MEN'S Slippers, Black and Tan Alligator..... ...... ...... .

coulJ ba-had.Happiness--. J. M. Maynard from St. Louis Uj i y Children's Initial Colored, Fancy Bordered BOXP Emb.*.and Plain... 51\c 25c: box doz 'I" i| MEN'S Slippers: Chenille Embroidered Pat. Vamp.... . .

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is the pioper good of I registered at the Merchants. He is I ladies' Linen Emb.\ and Plain ..... ...... .....*lto$250doz: MEN'S Black Felt Sole LinedMEYER
sr1' immau: effort and health i, indis- in the South looking u;> timber for Gents' Colored Bordered, Plain Hemstitch.. .We to $1 doz I f

!>.:;;-ible to it-take Hoo's Sarsa- -ale. I: t|'.4 Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. (: i ii i "' -

,Hi: ill. Morris; D. Judd and wife of Dixon, !] i ii
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----- ., 5,10 and 25c Leader in Ladies' and Children's Ilo fiery. :, i
III., are in tLe city for the winter. ; Made Hose for B> and :
I t Our Special Regular ys
E. W. PEAKE, They have tiken up their residence I [I Girls .3 pair for EOe Iii) SHOE CO. ,
.., Hose for :20c pair ..:.
Bicycle
on Eat Chase stres
; \ :,0. South Palafox street keeps ;

.J.:,Ij i ill t bells, wire, and all kinds of J. E. McCoy of At more, Ala., is I (there Fancy Articles.s. IJ 1.: : Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.

f f'lt,-trial !supplies. Have him do today He owns a saw mill at I ..., Gold shell Ring.25, 50c and $1 each r ;: i

1 your work Call phone :'U3.ai : his town and is here ia the interest I M' Belt I'cto; 25c each I
I -- ;:I TieltB3gs.\ : ... ...... .... ...... .... .... .... .... 23cto$1)5eachWrist ;: m-I' 102 SOUTH PALAFOX: STREET.
of the lumber business. ; I
j i tic: to $1.25 each : i _
: THE BELMONT" : John Dineen the Michigan man i j ;; Handsome Purses..... 23ctoEl25each [J.'f i I _

: wto invariably spends his winters I ,td; Golf Kid Gl...,.. 25c 75c to to$1.50 oOo pair pair y l i J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PT!

COMING BACKIt in Pensacoli is a late arrival. He i i !:

will stay until about March 1. ;,j ,{. Dress Goods and Silks.No [ I VAN PELT BROTHERS

A. B. Adams, the mill man from I j: (11'',1'1 Article is More Acceptable than a Nice Ih.(".s (-a I

t' It is announced from Newcastle, : Caryville, Fla.: is interviewing local I j (i,J 1l or Waist.it ,?I.);; GARDEN STREET GROCERS,

Eng., that the L. & N. steamship dealers in the yellow pine product ; ':) ;
it i CUT PRICES FOR HOLIDAY TRADE. I ....DEALERS IN....
August Belmont left there Tuesday: today. He: is at the Merchants. \j jI .I Venetians, Broadcloths and Whipcords..... .. ...... b9c yard [)

for Pensacola. She is coming back !I J. S. Swallow and wife tourists "II Novelty Black Dress Goods. 'Itl; \ STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,

to resume the coal trade between I I from Shenandoah, Iowa, are guests f tat .Ii (.t!)
the Merchants today. They will :,.,: $1.75 Seller .... $1.39 yard Fruits Nuts and Every Delicacy Suitable fcr the
Pensacola and Tampico in which $1.50 $1 23; yard [ct; Holiday '.
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remain for the winter. t,
probably : 89c yard
service she was engaged upon her : $1.00 Seller Goods Received Fresh Daily and Sold on a Small Sfariru,
I .. !See Oar Line All-Wool Dress Goods 4Sc yard
A. M. Mayfield, travelling -
first arrival at this port. representative Silk Waist S3. each ',1.\\ Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
I of the Swift Packing Co. Black Guaranteed Silk Tatleta made for wear 75c and SI yard 1\:}
The Belmont then
wa equippedwith 1, is here today. He i3 from St. Louis ; I : VAN PELT BROTHERS

anew style of hoitingmitachlo-: and may be found at the Merchants. f Carpet Department. ..I ,

ery patented by a Philadelphia! An arrival at the Ecambia this t \VoolIngrainCarpet. ... .. .. .. .. .... .... ." ". ......5 c yard t.,,.: TELEPHONE NO. 231. J< .ti ?< 31 EAST GAKJi; b :
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fine and placed on the !ship for the morning was, Captain Leary, U. S. '! 'j'; Druggets Ingrain.$3 50, $I Wand $7 50 (I]r I I -

purpose of eliminating time and ex- army. He went to Barrancas on the j; .f I:I, Large Assortment of !!: .$1:5to$4.51)::! (!

Vituip. This machinery was a failure ;''a.m.army steamer Gen. French at : ) I I i :I'. Raglands. '(ttl :j ESTABLISHED .a9
at Tdtnpico, and came near kill- 'h.: 55.00---now .... tO. $1000..now.SEO ,...> ......... - -- ...... .
number of when j! Dr. W. G. Walker and his bride II I :?: shower I
isj A men the vessel These are proof.
I I who hive been in Pensacola a few I E:.I E(:J
ras unloading her rails at Peu- Waists. !
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-loolu. \. morning for Atmore, Ala., on the I ;sl;.t Velvet Waists were... ... ...... .. .... .... ....$1 50 now 13.75rViTVi1 I
1 '11> VHH.r-iv .__... j-jj mat earlY tuiu. I II t;. ; V..I"h Frnbrniiiprpr* nr.a. \\-ere.$3 75 now S.125: : f" II .
I SilklVaistenewstyles.t :..: I
-i', !had( somewhat of .1 "hoodoo" in Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Tuttle have' One Lotto Close at.... .. .. .... ...... .... ....... $1.75 .

that! : equipment, and pent her to England announced the approaching nuptials I :.j: White Pique Waists. ...... ...... ...... ......-. $1.7to; $250 ,I AND PATRONS.
''of their Miss Maud i
daughter,
to be fitted as all other freight- : ;; Cloaks. b,
Dolores to Mr. George Emmanuel,
'rare.. In this condition she i ireturning. is
the to occnr next Wednes Our Ladies'Special Half Fitting Jackets.... .-.U 98 i-OCCUPYING NO. 327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .':
i wedding i Our Leader Jackets... .... ... .... . .... .... .... ...... ...$7.00 I
i day.Mr. I 1( ) Some Beauties at ...... ..... .... .... .... .. ... ..... ....$900 'fi(1 I i
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Cha*. Cottrell has finished; and ,.: Misses'Monte! Carlo.-.5hto7.6u .:;
MAN MAY BE I I has on exhibition in his studio a ;, 'fi i ii ) Misses'Jackets.. .. .... .... ....:..... .... .. .... .... .52 25:! to i7 00 f f.

i, charcoal and ink portrait of Hon. J. i I (]... Skirts. ;.; STRICTLY EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE
Ed. O'lirlen which is probably: one 'I* '
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NAMED TODAYIt ,.! NEW 8TTLF/3 ARRIVE THIS WEEK. (11I
of the finest specimen* of portraiture i .h;I I) Black :Sateen Underskirt', Three I.eadH.. .79<\ 931 and fl 39 '. ,! I BUSINESS
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ever exhibited in this city. I /[S'Colorpd Skirts at Half Price "TS1 ; ,

Carl Solsbck and wife from Whe- I': f KNIT SHAWL'. FASCINATORS UNDERSKIRTS, a It
is probable that an app otuttneut :1 CHILDREN'S: 8ACQUF.S.: ETC. I
tic, )[lnn.,arrived at the Merchants'i ;, AND CARRY FULL LINE OF
if United States marshal for the yesterday. They came !South to escape : Columbia Yarns of All Kinds. I

Northern District of Florida will be the hard winter now prevailingin :1 : Fleece Wool, Crochet Cotton, :Fancy Scarfs, Pillow Shams; Whiskies
male in IVa-hingt ,!! tint IY. and their state. They left ;Minnesota I I Silk: Down Sofa Pillows, Pillow Tops. Brandies, "at

tauiidate-for the olti.-e are now in when several feet of snow covered j
the earth. F Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. 'I i ir

that city awaiting a decision of \ f' Men's Genuine Middlesex! Flannel Suits, double- E t r I Wines and Cordials

President Roosevelt. STRANGE OTION-- \1 ,1 t1 i breasted .... .. .. .. .....S1150 t.. <
The present incumbent, Mr. T. F. :.' Men's Genuine Middlesex Hannel Suit*. sin -breasted 11 00J
McGounu, in Washington, 1 ;Men's Genuine !Slater Flannel Suits, doublebreastedJFO t IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.
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!(t J Ten of Fine Fancy Casimre Suits .... .... .... .... I'oO t J '
OF WELL WATER Styles
ia: ? been there a week. Capt. W. II.Nortliup < : "y
:!' Black Clay Worsted Suits, $9 50 to $15.00; first class !goods. ; -
another candid ite for the | i J Big stock of Overcoats in all the leading style! ?, includingJ I
oice, i, also in Washington and i -- t.1 the Ra 'ouett, the coat of the season: from $G 00 to $18.00. I t 0-I AM SOLE AGENT FOR-: _
thinks no will be the! choice, as he The water flowing from the big {>i;i 1.347 pair of our Celebrated Duchess Trousers now in ,.J; i
.. tf stock U.OQ t;> $5 ()(). ;
received the driven the Ecambia Co. K
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179 dozen Men's Fleeced-Lined Underwear at 75 cents per
of the Florida State Republican ': became: very hot this morning and i # suit; good full weight perfect goods. : Monogram No JJ Brookfield Rye I

organization. Mr. Mc- : flowed with much greater force than I ti';' 25 dozen Men's Fine Still Bosom Shirts, regular price

iurin h coutlJeut of being the heretofore. At one time the water $1 I 00and: $L50 each; this sale, 69 centil. l ; Jno. Crabbies Celebrated Scotch Whiskey
Newest in 23 and 50 cents Neckwear.
eoice! for the second time and hi hot that it to I Styles:
: was so was impossible f.< found in the city. '. I
r M Our line of Men's Hats is the best to be
friends here are equally confident. hold the hand in it for any time. : Panama and Fedoras. s
I t;:1 See our new Special Reserve 3 Stars Pyramid and
;>;< We are goin: to make a great big cut on Boys' Clothing.l ,
(.LASS OP %VTbltI'ltset THE ,l All our $7.CO suits .1 2.;j tAll )
1 DOINGS IN I )
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Her.Peopie ,.:!' our our 15 50 suits at...... ...... .... ...... ...... .... .... .... 469 : I Budweisser Rye,
1'1 t' All our $5 00 suits at.... ...... ..... .... ...... ...... .... .... 3SS ;'
that don't know about food CIRCUIT COURT! EJ[) All $4 50 suits at. ..... ............ ...... ...... .... ...... 3.7o .
should never be allowed to. feed per ".:'JI All our our $1.00 suits at...... ...... ...... .... ... ... .... .... .... 34<> .. ,AND HEVERAL OTHER PROMINENT BRANDS-ALSO AflE\: i
cons with weak stomachs.A r I All our $3 00 suits at.... .... ...... ...... .... .... .... ...... .. 2.65 ) FOR THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BEERS:
little over a year ago a young:: I El'(! All $2.50 suits at.... ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... .... .. 2 iM) I
woman who lives in Mercer, Me.had P. Stone vs. McMillan; & Beers, our .. ...... ... ......
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I ;: All $2 00 suits at.... .... ...... .. .175 'r '
an attack of scarlet fever, and suit for recovery cf certain goods, =: All our our 11.75 suits at...... .... ...... ".. ... ."... ." "" .... 1.45 : Budweiser, Indianapolis and Culmbacher Imported. I
when convalescent was permitted to was a case that occupied all forenoon %: All $1.50 suits at. .... ...... .... .... ...... ....."..... l.fi:< I
eat anything feeding she soon wanted.put her Indiscriminate back- session of the circuit court todiy. It ; All our our 51 25 suits at... .... ...... .... .. .. ...... .... .... .... '>;> I i!

ia bed with severe stomach trouble ,I was with the jury at 12:30 o'clock 'I .'I" This is a buniflde sale. i I !

and Inflammation of" the kidney*. this afternoon. I ;: Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! j 9P I
"There I stayed, she says, "three
months, with my stomach in such .e FOR ;MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.New Alfred Moog I
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condition that I could take only a MARltIM-E. .: Stock: of Our Celebrated Packard Shoes for Men : ,
few teaspoonfuls of milk or beef' I hust Received. 'fi !

jaice at a time. Finally Grape-Nut t'1 Welt... ... .....Si 00 1
Vici, Genuine Good Year per pair! f
was brought to my attention and I L LAkkIVED [ .). Diamond Pat : Pat Colt Genuine Good Year: Welt-$4; per pair i. : Mail Orders Solicited. ..- .s 527 S. Palafox Strtv.J. \
awed: my 'doctor if I might eat it. I r: Genuine Good Year Welt .,. .. .. .. ....$3 O per pair f I :
He said, 'yes,' and I commenced at Nor ship to Charl..sl.licken3l.lld.Sorrensen.older < ttj I ] Box Vici Calf Kid, Genuine Good Year Welt. .... .... ....S3 50 per pair ( I i{
Liverpool tt
once. i I'.'.. An Excellent Line of Men's $1, $.25, $1.50, $2, J2 50 and $3 The food did me good from the CHARED.ir I Shoes now in Stock every pair warranted to give satisfaction f;j .
start: and I was soon out of bed and I Eta( Celebrated and ; J
99 Cbatton. ia.'l, Sanderson: by Gulf ) A Tremendous Stock cf| Our Queen Quality J i COKNKU: TAKKAGONA AND: lsn: :SDESCIISTlatTI: ,
entirely recovered from the stomach Transit Co for Tampico,with$, trouble I have gained ten pounds valued at tlJ.#W j ; for Style and Durability in I
'. Synonym Dealers in Exclusive
tier 63 Panama. :>f&hofer.: by Gait
I since! my recovery and am able to do ,I Transit Co for Bremen with a.1dltlooall'ar- i Children's Shoes. We are Sole Agents ia this city and have i
all household duties, some days sitting go of "<3) sqr bales cotton 74 round bales < a full line of these goods now on our shelve' I,: e First-Class Staple and Family Groceries <
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down only long enough to eat cotton.ai7 ka cottons>e my meals. I can eat anything that 117,56.blocks 84 buds leaf tobacco, valued at I I GoodbatlnCalfSboe* for ...... ..... ...... ...... ..... 93.
one ought to eat, but I still continueto Rus: bk Waltlkka Iii:, Blom, by 8 81. Co A A Better Satin! Calf Shoe for... ... ... ... ... ...... .,.. ....$1.19 ;11[ FRUITS NUTS AND EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO MAKE THE HOUSEKEEPERS'
eat Grape-Nuts at breakfast and for Havre wIth &' ,lll.' i ft lumber il.uous ,! | A Good Box Calf Shoe for..... .. ."... ...... ...... .... 1.23 ': j HEART GLAD AND HER TASK LIGHT.
f sapper and like it better every d:1\: ft Br sawn Ich timber RoyalUt.UI.valued Vaodesame at Jl-j"> by matter ,I A Better Box Calf Shoe for.. .. .... ...... . .... .... .. .... 1.56 pOur Goodsare Received Fresh Every Day. our Prlcn Very Moderate and Fur 1--'
Considering that a year ago "I for Itaaton.with oo.ouui ft lumber:aiw ,1A Good Kid Shoe for .. ... .... .. .... .... .... ...... .... .... 1.56 'I I UettveredFree to any part of the City. We also! keep a Large Assortment of Cro A' .
could stand only a short time and shinglesvaloedatf. 'IJ A Genuine Vici Kid Shoe for..... .... ... .......... ....... 195 I Tinware.tc.,and you do not hare to go elsewhere for what you need.
that a' glass of water seemed '3o I' A Am Merritt ch Mary* Co for Lee W Patton ahlogtoJl"itl4Jo.I; Steel. r.v&J" (1 t) A Genuine Vici Kid Good Year shoe for.-. ... ........... 2.18 E3!.3. I'' COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY SHIPPED
heavy I am fully satisfied that 8 It lumber ,k:. A Genuine Box Calf Good Year Hboe for...... .. .... .... .. : IS

Grape-Nuts me and my return has been to good everything health to is SAILED. (:) tj:) I P.o. Box 326. J. E. Dubuisson & Br"
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due solely to it. I It bk .'lorlda.IHi, Pallerana. for Havre I PHONE 66.
I have told several friends having ,, Am sell Mary Lee Patton, I--, steel, for ''') I I Pan111y Orooorw-

nervous or stomach trouble what !I I' Washington Cuauon.SHl.S&nderjoa; for Tarnipico E I, JUilliam! col rtaott & Olt. :!l'I J I '
: Grape-Nuts did for me and in every We will launder your spreads for The finest line ot umbrellas in e
they speak highly of the food." I| Kr sch Royalist in,Yandesame. for Ran- >;1
case 1 116 cents each and make them is I. Stephens'. Go i *
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tan city at
Name given by Postom Co., Battle fort bk Rio Duoro. i'/*, Maginli,for CberJ ... .... :o .cI ; ..--...- .... .... .. J.. .. .
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