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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1902
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VOL. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 20. 1902 NO 84 I JXXXXXXX9 +

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;-' $ I HALF OUR ILLS ARE CATARRH. MORE COTTON j PECTAN HAS THE OLD RELIABLE ,I I' ;,: '.I, "';


2S252c2525252S2525252.52S22S2525252S252Si [Letters From Two Prominent Men]
N THAT WE EAT SHOULD RECEIVE AS CAREFUL CON- Ii1 : j jI

" III) .",".* S-DI RATION AS WHAT WE WEAR. .s.4+&j.* $ : FOR JAPANFourteen ABICCARGO aOYAi I

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':' Christmas Times : I hundred square bales of An immense cargo is now storedin V ,, I "t"

,. I cotton are being loaded on the Span- the hold of the big steamship .OY I. : : ;

I ish steamship Ida today for Japan: Pectan at Commandaneia: ; what, i, it .

_, ...AT* I' which will make the second recent and with her present cargo she i* I t' .

cotton shipment from Pensacola to down 27 feet. This depth will be
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:-c--- = : : ..C'C:" :- :C. that far country. This lot is preyed increased two feet perhaps, and the
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I at too local compre-s and each bale: steamer will pass over the bar draw- t

I f.CHHN'S = i enclosed with batting covered lug as much! water as any that has AhI$6 "

;::::::::" with curious Chinese characters.The ever left here. She will sail about 1

_. .__. '& cotton will be taken to Liver next Tuesday.The !
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-' : t : pool, thence re-shipped via the Suez cargo up to noon today consisted IWWDER' : l

*: ::7: : i I I &J: i canal.: of about 9 Quo bales cotton and .
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{ WHERE GET !.1. C Absotutetjtpure
? fl "'ft"f: _' Consignments of cotton to Japanare a miscellaneous cargo of lumber, I!
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;'",1"1 AT.... ';'2t ..- I expected to leave here monthly phosphate cedar logs,shuttle blocks THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE 9
A Box of Nunnally's Candy.A / '
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II Box of Bishop's Prunes, stuffed with r" r.EsmA UUMJAN.jlCOI. 1, Serra line. the two docks today there are ( t}! ,
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e. e. .e I meeting or Bible study every
II said to be about 400 at work
walnuts. I -- --- -- -" men (k'
Iii Congressman Irvine Dungan of Jackson Wednesday evening at 7:30. All are i

; A Box of Imported stuffed Prunes. ,/).,elected to the Fifty-second Con. EMBEZZLED about one-fourth of whom are on cordially invited to attend these I

I press as a Democrat, in a recent letter the Pectan. Other vessels loadingand services. Pews free; room for all. : r '

A ;fzt Cake or Plum Pudding, any from Washington, D.C.,says: I unloading are the steamsiiips The pastor is glad to meet strangers I :

oi) friends"1 desire in recommending to Join with your my Inval many* FIVEDOLLARS Ida, Francisca, Doroter and Her- at the close of the-service. ,1.! i

J A Jar or Pail of Mince Meat. 4 ujble remedy, Peruna to anyone in salia. Lutheran. .
9 need of an Invigorating tonic, and '
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German Lutheran Church, J. F.W. .
whose system run down by catarrhs) IMtO.IwOY.OI.N/ON/s.)1
Can of Soft Shell Crabs.
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troubles. Peruna Is a permanent and Henry Gardner colored, was entrusted : Reinhardt Pastor-German ser ,

A Can of Green Sea Turtle Meat or effective cure for catarrh and 1 would with five dollars yesterdayby S SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES vice at 10COa.: m ; English service
afflicted with tbls '
advise all who
are
T. .1 IJ: at 7 p. m.: Sunday school at 9 a. m;
disease to try this remarkable rem. .Wolf for delivery to the gentleman's /101lI.Ie/01A/01..10/0/t// I
soup. exercises at 2 p. m.
m edy.Irvine Dungan. mother. Gardner turned up Catholic. I
k A Can or Jar of Preserved Figs. Everybody is subject to catarrh. Pe- Ctuisllan Scirnre.
later and said other things St. Michael's Order of divine
nina cured catarrh, acute or chronic, among : I
Services at 202 West Gregory streetat
A Bottle of Pim Olas, Olives Farcias I wherever located. that he had lost the money. Thenhe service for the winter: First mass 11 a. m. All interested are invited

or Olives. I I Hon.Thoraa* Oahan of Chicago,memo said a party had stolen it from 7 a. m.; children's mass, h a. m.; last to attend. i
rn !rr of tho National Committee of tho mass and sermon 10 a. m. ; evening ..
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A Terrine of Pate do Foie Gras. Democratic party, writes as follows: him. The two stories were so con. devotions p. m. Sah'ui.JIII)". i

m. "I was afflicted with catarrh for fourteen tlicting that Gardner was: taken in St. Joseph's Rev. Robert Fullerton Everyone is cordially invited to I

A Piece of Roquefort Cheese. years and though I tried many charge as a dangerous and suspicious : l'astor-Firt mass 0:30 a. m.; attend tho meetings at the Barracks '

& Prompt, Polite and Efficient Service.A remedies I was not and ahlo applied to find to several a cure. doctors I took character and was bound over to the high; mass, 9:30 a. In.i; benediction on DeReache street. Holiness meeting class f! '
Sunday at 11 a. in.; Junior
7:30
Feruna for twenty-two weeks and am county authorities. Judge Wolfe p.m.
Quick Delivery to any part of the C meeting at 2 p. in. Salvation meetings I
i now cntirdj"cured.-Thomas Gahan. release him under bond of
a $50 on
Elistopat. every night at !8:! o'clock in the
city. If do not derive prompt and satisfactory
you results from tho u-o of I'eruna a charge of embezzling the money Christ Church-Services by the Barracks; open airs at 7 p. in. Capt. ,I

write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a and he will be given a preliminary rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30 I Callie Holder Went. Kellar, I ,

} SOL CAHN & CO. full statement of your case and he will trial Monday.WATERMELON". and 11 a. m. and 5 p. in. officers in charge !I
be glad to give you his valuable.! advice "" St. Kitherine's Church corner
tree. Cervantes and Sixth avenue Rev. Seamen's J'rieml S..dpIY.

I.- Staple and Fancy Grocers. Address Dr. Ilartman, President of \ J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge The Seamen's Friend Society will I''

The llartman: Sanitarium, Columbus! ,O. Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. hold religious services at 3:30 p. m. : \
IL'1'IION1:17S. .*,.< i'ixNAcor\rL.\
Sunday in their reading room on ; !
IN DECEMBER St. Mission
: Mary's (colored), Rev
South Palafox street in the corner ; !
I J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge-
: ACENTS FOR CHASE & SAIBORH'S! FAMOUS COFFEES. WARREN-GROSS I Sunday school at 3 p. m.; service at building nortn of the Scandinavian
church.
Seamen and citizens of all
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We would respectfully a'k our friends out of the I An entrrprbing d aler at the union 4 p. m. at the chapel corner of Jack- denominations are invited. H. C.

jr. 1'A city to send their order early, "o a- to injure safe WEDDINGAt depot is today displaying a large son and B street?. Cushman secretary. ,
mr. arrival for the Holidays. Write for Catalogue. rj -
nj watermelon which excites interest Methodist Kpincopal Church South. Saints; ; ;lillJ:. : I
1. 15252525252 sa ? ? asa a4 S 525"2525252J! Reed's at3 Latter Saint will hold I
from both Pensacolians and tourists. Preaching p.m. Day services j
Christ church this morning at by Rev. W. (J. Vreeland. in Saints hall 52S East Chase :
, :: jt; This luscious of the '
L 10:30 o'clock Miss Harriet Cross, product vine was Gadsden Street Church. Rev. W. street.Hund.tY night at 6:30 o'clock. 'I

daughter of Mrs. John Hobart Cross labelled "Watermelon Grown in December Q. Vreeland Pastor-Services at 11 All are invited to attend. ; I,:
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of this city, and :Mr.; William Arthur I in Florida." and a photo- a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday schoolat !
QUEER ELECTION BET.
graph taken.EXPRESS. 9:30 a. m., Dr. J. B. Tiller
Warren of Toronto Canada were I I
I i superintendent; Epworth League/ at For 30 Years Recluse Had Left
married by the Rev. Percival H. Only
i 7 m., Mr. Cade
hhackelford
BRA WNER'S p. presi His House at Night.
Whaley. Only members of the lam- WAS dent. Ladies' Aid Society will meetat New York. Dec. 19.: -Owen McCar- I

tliesof the contracting parties and the church Monday at 4 p. m. ton. a rich recluse of Oceanic: N. J., I II.

intimate friends were preseut. Palafox Street Church Rev. J. M. Is doau. Although he had spent 40jeare ( '0 I
HEAVY TODAYTwo
Dannelly Pastor-Regular services at Oceanic he was scarcely I
Mr. and Mrs. Warren will leave on
:. 8 SPECIALi i tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., known to any one except the memo l
the noon train for Toronto. the bers of his own family.
by pastor; Sunday school at 9:30a. 1
---- -- ---- express cars filled with poultry m., J. A. Avaut np"rintE-udenti; For 30 years he tad not crossed the ,

NOTICE OF MEETING. oranges and fresh vegetableswere Epworth League at 6:30' p. m., W. threshhold of his dwelLing between I
CHEISTIA! SALE sunrise and sunset because of an wise- 'I
A meetins of the Briklayers': and at the depot this morning and C. Mackey president. All are cordially lion bet. During the presidential f' ''

Plasterers Union, No. I of Florida, several wagons were required to de. invited to attend these ser campaign of 1872 between Grant and

was held at their hall Dec. 19th. liver the excess of Christmas vices. Polite ushers will seat all Orraley. Garten was one of tho lit .\
neces
YOU CAN SAVE MOMEY BY CALLING BEFORE EVERYTHINGIS :Much important business was trans :. visitors. Woman's Missionary Society ter's most enthusiastic supporter Ht I I

PICKED OVER. acted after which the annual election sities. The train arrived late and it. meets Monday at 3:30 p. m. made a bet with a friend that It I

was nearly noon before the cars Grant was elected he would not leave
--- ------ of officers was held. Raiuist.First .
64 met Heavy Ladie Cloth, in alii I 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece The officers elected for tho ensuing were cleared. Baptist Church-Rev. F. big! house except during the night aa "I':

Colors, regular $t yard, this sale: h'Jc I I suit*, all wool worth $3, special sale year are as follws: Jonespastor. Services at a.m.and long as he lived.McCarton I
1.9Ssuit. tired up to his wager.
rard.Five: Remember we carry a full line of President t S. Moses.VicePresident PUT IN FOR 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. About five years ago big house caught !
Pieces! lllack: Shark Skin, 41- Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age at -C. E. Coleman. m., E. D. Beggs, superintendent.B. fire and for a time it looked as if he i 1!
.ch Dress Goods, latest: out, regular prices to suit everybody. Treasurer-W. B. Woody. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. would hate te break his agreement, I '.1'
" yard, this sale t>U2) yard. Look at our how 'Wiudow for I _
prices on Ladies' Underwear.We Recording Secretary-R. T. Rob BUNKER COAL A cordial invitation extended to all but the flames were extinguished before i ;
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pieces Fancy Dress Goods, woola ert,. had sufficient headway
they gained
carry a swell line of Ladies' to attend these services. I' 1
11 this sale
:ilk regular yard
yard. Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so Financial Secretary U. Ellis. to compel him to leave the prams i
The Church of Christ. Scee.
everybody can wear one. i
Seargant-at-Arms Weeks. The Twickenham out :
All-wool Black HenilkwarpregularJlyardthis steamship :1
ree pieces "
i 70 doz len'slleaV\ French Neck Church of Christ Corner Alcaniz
': i Moreno Undershirts Trustees-Jas. Whitehead, Jno. A. from Biloxi for witha IN ;
special 20c; European ports and Jackson Streets-Bible school, DEMONSTRATION QUITO. t
Johnson.
yard. drawers to match. .
big cargo of timber put in here 9:4) a. m. ; preaching 11 a. m. and
i'> regular 35c yard this sale worth 5uc, special 35c; R. T. ROBERTS, President. this morning for bunker coal. This 7:30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola Ecuadorian In Sympathy With Verv ,
- ': irdff"Jut, drawers to match. steamer had an exciting experienceat Tenn.; prayer meeting Wednesdayat ezuela., : j
| Received a Full Line 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts Secretary.: its I Horn Island near Biloxi, by go- 7:30 p. m., lesson in Hebrews, 8th Guayaquil Ecuador. Dec. 19.-There j :j
s.1, .Ktiiigs, regular23c; yard,this saleI.tdtes' worth .*!, special The; drawersto
hard and was a large parade in the street 01 4
-ird.: match. Quality is what makes price. If ing aground remaining on chapter. Song practice at evening
'"' 1 Ready-to-Wear Rainy- 100 doz Men's AH Wool Camel'shair Burnett's Vanilla Extract was BO better the beach for 48 hour service begins at 7:15 o'clock. Come Quito last night as a manifestation oJ I

n ". Skirts worth $1.50 special sale Undershirts, worth $1.50. special than other extracts its price wouldbe and join us in these services. sympathy with Venezuela. President; ] f
'-ich SI; drawers to match in White, the same. Once Saved Grave's Brink. Castro has replied to President Plaza' : "
tried always:
Ladies' Keady-to-Wear Rainy- Red and Fawn colors. Presbyterian.
: used. "I know I would long ago have message as follows: n : '
ly' Skirts guaranteed all wool, We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk First Presbyterian Church Rev. 1
v ,rui $t, special sale S2.4S each. Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; spec- been in my grave," writes Mrs. S. H. "Profound gratitude towards the : r J
Ladies' Black and Colored ial to close $1.20 each. KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. Newsom of Decatur, Ala., "if it had Linn R. Walker, PastorServicesat government and noble people of Ecua .
\\' rested Skirts, worth $1.50 special 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed not been for Electric Bitters. For 11 a. m. and 8 p.m., by the pastor. dor. The national honor i* saved ti I
-.IK U c each. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at three years suffered untold agony Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. although the right of force reigns." ';
25c; drawers to match. Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P., from the worst forms of Indigestion
.Fig-, 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and regular meeting Monday night, Dec. I Waterbrash, Stomach and Bowel Christian. JDff-PORTr7AND CEMENT at tlI j jf2. I
'-lie '1.11d to U. IS each.teadvtoWear Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; 22. at 7:30 o'clock. It is very important Dyspepsia. But this excellent medicine Central Christian Church No. 16 O per barrel. A V. CLUBBS,
l Jackets our price drawers to match. that every member attend. did me a world of good. Since Corner Bru and Garden Streets. "11;
Street Junior
East Romana
< & to $S each. You will save We carry a full line of Ladies' Change in the by-laws as to dues.: using it I can eat"heartily and have Christian tBEEKMAN
, :>ey by looking at ours before Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes Officers for the ensuing six months gained 35 pounds. For Indigestion, I Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday DO YOU KNOW : i
D .ying. I that we fan save you 25c on. and grand lodge representatives will Less of Appetite Stomach Liver school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. ,
i< Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at $1.50 I It Remember-We carry a full line be nominated. Initiation Rank of and Kidney troubles Electric Bit- at 11 a. m. LUMBER CO. havea i'
a: worth nearly double. of Knight. Members of ters are a positive guaranteed cure.
Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on sister lodges
large stock of dressed :
50c at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug studding
Boys' Double-Breasted piece I dollar. We will close them out at and visiting brethren are cordially Only Universal to
* ;t worth$1.50, special &>c suit. just i; price off other merchants. invited to attend. store 121 S. Palafox: street. First Universalist Church East and joists. Get their prices before

H. A. LEE, C. C. 'PORTLAND CEMENT at buying. d16-lm'
H. HORSLEK K. Chase Street, Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J.
R. 8.
Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look $2 Corner 60 per barrel.Bra and A.Garden V. CLCBBS Streets., 'I Irwin, Pastor-Services at 11 a. m., You 4 rn ,

at Ours. Remember the Place subject, "The Birth of Jesus," and can get your house
The best and
cheapest place where Hot Chocolate with at 7:30p.m., subject, "Universalist furnished complete at Marstonify -
can buy Christmas
0. <\. Palafox St. F. E. BR.A\VNER. you Mrs. John F. Pfeiffer's,presents No 211 East is at Whipped Cream at Solo Belief in Jesus;"Sunday school at 10 Quina's on easy pay- ..

Intendencia street. mon's. la.m.jY.; P. C.U. at 6:30 p.m.;prayer ments, weekly or monthly


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20 1a02.
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AMUSEMENTS. I II
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f I Young Milwaukee Society Woman.

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I KJT: thousand cured The woman who has sufi ROSE COCHLAN FRIDAY.In t
Musicale held
The Wednesday a t
ered from female
i rn women have written weakness
+ to tell how Wine of should do anything within "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray" very enjoyable meeting with Mrs.
i Cardui bestows the reason to secure health. I ;
Rose
the
; blessing of health on everywoman q. Wine of Cardui is the medicine Coghlan presents probably Rutherford this week. Miss BunUE- ,

I who takes it, rich that appeals to reasona- best, and certainly the most discussed meyer was elected an active mem- for infants Children.
and
: and poor alike. Mn. ble women-women who of Pinero's plays at the opera .
i Helena Blau, No. 123 Seventh hold operations and cutting house on Friday next. ber. The following programme was
Kind You Have has borne
Street, Milwaukee, in horror-women who know rendered The Always Honjjht the !signa.
I Wis., is one of the young that Nature is the best phy- "The /Second Mrs. Tanqueroy'Msawoman : tare of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under In, 1
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Car- sician. Wine who appeals to the sympathyof Moftzkowski'slnflaccceon 1
i whom Wine of of Cardui
women dui rescued from life back their her audience. She is watched _.................... ......,...... .'.MusicMiss W Us n personal supervision for over 30 3'ears.llllw no mm
Las a tin.n'1m41114... gives women to deceive you in this. Counterfeits Imitation
of Buffering. She writes: health by giving Nature a with Le Resell DM Amour (planO.Moszko1'sklM aiui"JiKta
pity. Her straggle against <
I' chance to build the wasted and diseased Louise Bonlfay.Val3ncla .good" are but Experiments, and endanger the
'I' "f Cardui fa certainly 'worn tissue. Wine up of Cardui regulates conditions arising from her own (piano)_ ..... .... ........,Moszkowskl health of Children-Experience against Experiment. '
f I out women's best friend and I am pleased the menstrual flow and Nature when gins is a gallant one, but is conducted Mrs. Rutherford. i

';" to give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons against overwhelming odds. Letit The next meeting will be January The Kind You HaveAlways Bough;

months ago I caught: a severe cold,havin the system, makes the functional be said that her recognition ofher
organs strong and healthy again. 7, 11)03) with Mrs. E. A. Z3lius, 1 Bears the Signature of
been out In inclement weather,which failure and
II r I iog sorrow for it, and
Ir Any woman who is silently Bufferinguntold corner Spring and DeSoto streets.
settled all over me, particularly In the her self-infliction
''k pains because she is too sensitive own are the chief
l" abdomen. I was In almost constant pain to undergo a physician's examination causes of her tragic end. The play .

t, I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse for has strong scenes, an abundance of Foils a Deadly Attack.
I not securing relief when Wine of Car- "My wife was so ill that good
. medicine for month and without
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any witty dialogue, and is full of bril-
dui is offered to her. There is no publicity physicians were unable to help her"
:1i relief. I then decided I would try your to deter her. She can take Wine liant Pinero bon mots which compela writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester,

i medicine and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home, smile. There is no exaltation of Ind., "but was completely cured by In Use Forever'30' Years.

: when I did so. I noticed a change Lit with as much assurance of a final cure wickedness, or abandonment of virtue Dr. King's New Life Pills" They .. ...
T'.e .nau" n Ituun t.tr .w to. "
dozen doctors
: few days and felt encouraged to continue aa though a recommended made work wonders in stomach and liver IL\ .-
palpable.
': atieauit.. Many physicians do recommend troubles. Cure constipation, sick -
'; taking Vine of Cardui and my p of Cardui to their Miss Cogblan's
patients. performance was rcwardcdfor in two weeks my pains Why not get a $1.00 bottle of Wine Paula will be found to rank with berte's drug store, 121: t). Palafox

had Wt me and I felt like a new woman." of Cardui from your druggist today? tnat of Due, Xethersole, Mrs. Ken- street.-.. : ; > W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY

dl and Mrs. "Pat" Campbell. H. r 1 --l $

: WINE o f CARDVI A million have found suffering relief women La I gwns and supporting compauy wil; : C1silled AdvertiIllllts t\ 1\ f'lJJ.l < MANUFACTURERS AND OEAJ.KK> >
Wine of Cardui. also bear favorable comparison with I

her only four competitors who have. --- LUMBER LATHS

assumed this most trying role in the ,. ,
United States. ONE CENT A WORD. lLLf

The sale of seats - ............ SAWED CYPRESS SllINGLrS":;.' ;[' ,
: : : : v .,. ,..: "" "";J"-: begin Monday .J..
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L ., ............. J n'Jon at the usual MONE TO LCNJ>
[1- -a. .r- 11K1-.1. Y6 M4'LL / place. .____.. .. _.. ____. ...,.,.. _,0'____.. __OH -. PENSACOLA FLA
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MONEY TO LEND on improvedreal

.1 f sl.tII' CREATORE VS. "CIRCU3SINC" estate, in large! or small
I amounts at low rate of interest
\. ,... "."" .;. COAL AND "VOOD.WE
HOLIDAY '-' It may be interesting to know that Call on Le*lie E. Brooks attorneyat
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;: in all of the success of Creatore and law: 204!i 6. Palafox St., Fisher
'. building.;\ 3mlm EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER I'M, ;'f
=1 q his Italian band, which has drawn

v aa average of $1,000 per night for the I THIS WINTER THAN EVE PEFIRE
'i MONEY TO-DAY-Da you need
whole summer in New York no ciro money? You can borrow any SEND US YOUR ORDERS
NC ell
l OFFERINGS J f using or poster advertising: has; amount you want today on easiest
bt en done at all. terms and lowest rates anywhere

e The advertising has been confined obtainable, on improved city real Thompson, Olsen & Co.
estatefromVm.. Fisher, 204'i K.
;: o"Oe entirely to the newspapers but Palafox Street lu-t! Manresa Street, Telephone 14 ;.

it has been intelligent and persistent --- ----- __

-something in every paper every IF YOU want to borrow money, invest ESTABLISHED 1862.
0 day. The only printing of any kindin money, insure your property
1'Being the Largest- procure abstracts of title, buy or --
any part of New York during the
sell real estate, rent property of McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
ai summer, has been two lithographsof any description, have rents collected .

the conductor in the theatre lob or your taxes attend to. a -DIALIBS IN- 0
t : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ;i by. The most intelligent people and call on or address Tbos. C. Watson

:: chose who spend money freely are &Agents Co., Real Pensacola Estate, and Fla.Insurance Charges Ship Chandlery and General flardmare) ,

'b.. .,!, YI reached by newspaper advertising.ThisUreatore'a moderate To everyone who buysa
I : I. -- .., ::I managers know, and I lot from us we will lend money 803 AND 005 S. PALAFOX 8TKFKT.w .

their houses have been crowded with which to build a house. 81-tl >-- *%*-- w -----A.GENOV -- -- _

I every night at pnces varying from I -- ------.-- -- I REVERE COPPER COMPANY; JOHN A. ROEBLINO 8 BONA Co'

11! DEALER-I fl I 00 for admission to $2 W for the It Inde-1wren -.h..I. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUriSEL A SON'S PUMPS. :
j
i! liQUOR i i'I ; I best scats, proves the Ilscrtinu. KINDERGARTEN opened at 3.; Di-t \Vrirht School will street be, i I I IU.t. CUl : CrdEI filitt. S'.lt: f: tjlw'! iGStr&zjcts:,: Chris! h: m, theist

ColPASMsioay JTtl
I
I. I AVOID all drying inhalants: and 1 by Miss Margaret Maclay.
II C. McKenzie Oortin CIIIIIJtIli( Ajr"'it fr B'ir Pil"tB- nn. oIr'LA' -selation. .f
use that which elf-aiwes SO;tfl'or ? *
11 _.__ and Iwils
i -- A ..-.... --.,--- -- :. .
r.' the membrane. Ely's Cretan Uilm == = --= I w ,

is such a remedy and cures Catarrh lU-iil-_______ I
I WES'i I ea,ily and pleasantly.: Curd' in the -- I
: 3a head vanishes quickly. Price 50 C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances i THE GARDEN SECTION

IN FLORIDA, cents at druggist or by mail. (ic. Apply to A. M. Francois !
' i a ; Catarrh: caved dil'.iculty in speaking Thos. Johnson d Dan Murphy.SMALU I o-or1-o

. 1I and to a great extent loss of h'ar-I L'101 Ut I
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i ing. By the u-e<.f Ely' Cream Halm Pensacola FloridaNear

o;. I am offering to the public for the Holidays and droppir. of mucus have has ceased, voice. I Coyle and store A street and dwelling.*, West Hill corner- ; togethcr I ,
hKirini
greatly improved.J.
r I t or separate. W. A. Du-1! East Hill Electric Terminus
the W. Dividsou, AtVy at Law: i i 1101<;011. .'alms; Railway
{ Monmouth, Ill.

I :fcI1.: I iJ .- ...-_11..Y1U,- '_-__U'O<.U"U---___._. __...... I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

; f fII' LEEVER WRITES M US. to'AHAH BI:IRNI';- Iauufac.

r Lowest Pricesever ( i, I turer and dealer in Hair Goods. 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord .
J J t tI Hats. Toilet Articles. Hair Oil
ing to location and
II' : HIS FRIENDS etc.,. 320 West Government .street- ] surroundings.
-
3: k 3 ii I -- ': "Pn1Y1'lu.- I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Vien "

!i known in West Florida. :!r i iI } I MAN to take charge of small farm ; High, Dry Fertile Lands.
I !Sam Leever, the celebrated Pitts- house furniture free. Apply to
I e i
i burg, Pa., baseball: pitcher, wrote to 0 Son's.Paul (fray at William- Johiiion dIOtf fe The grandest opportunity for investment ever

t: The reason I: can sell to you Liquors Sam Flynn several days ago that he I cffered in Pensacola.
fiELECr board and -1
lodging;, wantedby I
:: than other house is I [ intended coming south very soon I young: married couple. North I
Cheaper any : Dome Seekers Should See These
Lots.
, :t'i and would make: Pensacola his objective west Hill! ubove Palafox street, II
d!' ired. Address "K," care D.iilv -
j r! have Three Saloons in the City point. Leever is now in ;'I News. dlS!: 1 I, ;
I Goshen, Ohio, where he has a bank- .A. -Clubbs
WANTED All b'e--r I 'F
establishment. kinds of empty
He will
ing play
I bottle.. !"I. A. Friedman. ii9-U :
with PitUburg again next year and Corner Garden and Bru Streets. :

y "First and d Last l t Cbce" Ca1UOII.Ian will endeavor to make the good WANTED-Organizers; we pay: Mck, :
:: I accident, death ani old age benefits -!
record attained the past season. ; top renewal contracts. American <, F.O. BRENT WM. II KNOWLKH. W. K. HYEB JR., J. B. Rs

1I Leever asked in his letter whether I Fraternity, Washhiktni: D.'I|i President. VICe-Presldanb Cashier, An i 1'liP'"
t
I or not the dummy line had been or C. 23o-oawtr I Ii I r

a Cronies s a1UUII.a would soon bo electrified, and i I j WAN r>;})-Men to learn barber j ji I Ranli.r t

i I whether there existed a great deal !J trade. Steady practice, intruc-' First National
tious, lectures and demonstrations.
of baseball: interest in Pensacola. |
ll !
\T rpio. 1 I More
: experience in one month
Galdclu[\s o o 1OUll. < 4wk Out for Feier.Biliousness !I than old method in one year. I OF I l lDxnBCTORD. 1
I Wases and shop experience batur- PENSACOLA. FLA.
1 and liver diorde tar ,
s. ttr day's Catalogue mailed free
} this season arty be prevented by Muier- Barber College, New Or : .
P l clean=ingthe.y-temwith: De Witt's
e I leans La.
.. Little Early Iliers.; These famous jan S WM. H. KNOWLES W. A. BLOUtfT. F. C. BRENT. V. K. H Y" :" '
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:*I I buy my Liquor Direct from the Dis3 3 little pills do not gripe. Thy move I! W.\\ fED-t'O: gentlemen-- to--join D. G. BREST, t

I the bowels gently but copiously, and ;] the Pen*acola Pre"iujr Club, 9'2 I f


< tillers and in Car-load Lots and I give by jnve reason tone Pharmacy and of strength the ,tome John to the properties SLeppard glands.I I IHarsis' I south a ed lid for rn$11't'r s 1'alafex.!>ed, called month.IK Clothe for._ and_. hnlm)1.t deliver-cleans !,j I Fnap u eri b M t! EX A j tfm an itdraw i:1:'t; !t t'VYe tI

the Purchaser Cheaper Prices than Sidney u
; any j Kahn--
______ i 1.4 1111.1' 11'A 'rcu. :
tr, .
!
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: 3: house for this reason. J FRUIT CAKE.Don't ; THI young men from Pen-acola out own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, lr"lu.'

I'< ., I and vicinity at once t<> prepare for I 'Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgian Rtubia Sway
,oJ>, buy your Chiistnns fruit I
:>. -- ----- }Position in the Government Ser Sweden. Denmark and other European countries.
& I ikes' elsewhere but go to the We;t vice. Apply to Inter. tate Correi. f
i I I Florida Steam Bakery and get the I!:I In-t" Cedar R rid*. LA. n'a-Y m ,' w,' Vessels! Diebcreed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and tamU! ,
$ Obligations Taken Payable at Fort of netiration Ten
or Fifteen Day'
: PURCHARINQ
BEFORE
{' YOURHoliday I best made: at twenty-five cents per rou J' AI.I;. ,after Vessel Arrives there.
I$, : pound. -- -- -
$ STOCK and good will of the (lum-
Safety Borce for Rent in
Deposit Connection
Restaurant,
l I bla E.05 South Palafoxi
Try Gnnther's Candies at i street. Enjoys good patronace. with which we hare a Prira partment for the'aU

I Liquors t Solomon's. Reaons for selling. wi'h tf'n.- of Rpnt r..
j __ In other bl
i gaze; ]-ine-s. I'5talnllHro" :
j I i Medical Society, Attention. i ., p. o. box 434. digs

" I there will be a regular meeting of II A BAltGAlN can be had in one ol WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
call and be convinced. I .
1 give me a I' be Pensacola Medical Society: at the linest residence and most desirable
the Board of Health office at f : sections. of Northwest Hill, -+, Wrtu tivtay for ocr h Mnme -
1 ;: I )'ciockp.m.Tuesday. Dec 23. to } IUId,vtrtvtDeaflutdl READ TnEr.T"::-
; I subject guaranteed ]lease! at fair '
'
-- --- I.: V tram uf rIN O" i
Visiting physicians are cordially Buanu we pre iff .11&11I/ ...' ,
I for
three Plan ,
house ,
years. o ,
It can .
) invited toatte'nd.DR.W.. I I + OOt N'eptebnrh .ra ... J' '
f t I be seen at my office. A. V. Clnbbs, Dnr'i..r'r. or a Iwt of rlanD ""CL.l rt .r.
N ; J1 Yours to Please, 4 C. DEWBERY, I Pensacola. 6n-2w car tLos l"eoteomeurtr1uM tkof rrfame ttAn-
pre Y dn.a ",", 'Wllulllliemark"-, "*.r :
DR. L. DB I. BLOCKER, ident.1 FOR t'ALE-The most desirable I f 4 < hrrtrtiuutul
; n25ttf Secretary. l lots! in the city on easy terms, by 6,, .a/mt who...11.! only M cn boxr.lit', .
I'i i the Fibber Real Estate Aeency we curt 60-lt... l"l..rr onrAl -.. *
J
H NOTICE.; |!I 2u4: South Palafox. balm 1at..r.'y! I"flf't--hot.trwl,full h..outui'd.-.n.tizo for:fnnmet. V.t
,. .,
-- -- ....... WemlwvmCotf +
--
l"
N. GOLDRING. eertm.e' Dm..dwit; "f u} ..,
., "" Kujm" tluil i S
.
fcr
Hoarding IIou-. r. 'LI'1
; I I 1 The annual meeting of the Pensa- dK 'Var-.fit giver M." I."' .' 9Laaw .Lin. CnrulM...Hif., ..>.*..... i.On1 -
o'+ 'cola Ice Delivery Company will be'''BOARDING HO'U&E at WbeelVi NW "n-fI.U, 0 yw.alinrvmen"i.li held the of the :I ItheSthdayof I : ,w* 'THv,i Mj 101 .., '
; at office company on ittrtvef R.i.W.t.: r 7 r r /
Spring! Mary Either, Fla.. .. ,
Mfr 3 .F. t :t Imtjn.' Vi m > '1.. v W..trwt0. ,1
; January. 1903, at 11 Condon, .m t .t'Mrnrfoi. \\ ITT .ai,Jinin er 't We all .w p.lids. a F
proprietress All .
the .. .. -
o'clock for the of fr cia) I. n I'< i 1 r' I'. to deliver the '- ). I' : um.cd.a
a. transaction (
I m. <' .
f. ,a comforts of home at very reason 1AlA: E,- IUTCIIL"G.' .,_, -fure P4/UH .... IM1dtl.,
such business as may come before '
:t J. s' S o o or'ot w ; i Ate.-vw dc .. I I W. R MOORE, JR.. i fled ble rates.this; an Northern ideal place tourists to spend; wi 181 SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts., ST lOUIS MO.Irrttd 1
r..r..rri:
bawtw! ..
I Secretary I i I portion of the season.! 12alm I < I
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20,1902. ,



|IN DEATH'S SHADOW. -FRESH FLORALA COALING THE NO FALSE CLAIMS. AN OLD ADAGE .J

-- TO WORKING GIRLS The proprietors of Foley's Honeyand

of Miss Suttles Calm Ovei' Tar do not advertise this as a SAYS -

IQ Approaching Fate. e': NEWS NOTES i Y NAVAL SQUADRONThe "sure cure for consumption." Theydo "A light purse Is a heavy curse" ; I k's
It K' Millard: Lee th
cot claim it will cure this, dread t
LMay: Sattlts. i:: I Ijl I Sickness makes a light purse. F i
b complaint in :tc''":1rced case*, but .
: ji.tireparicg[ to spentr.at ') KJ'irala.Alii., Dec. 19 -The L. & The LIVER is the seat of DIne '
do
: question of where the North |l'fJt'ltlvt'I ;i-ir! that it will cur*
\\te'.i: as.: ar.If. ',: i d.l't1t i i- now ou the and it is I II I tenths of all disease !
tj is. way aJ
in tha
:.. aJI't I i, Atlantic squadron, now in Vijn za i. : ) are Fel j to be one of the best in the country. I II to give coujfort and !
j tit a joyous C'Ctu"D. I will I ..Erte. Ian "..t-r#, will coal after the ,-x re'i-f 1:1 tnwnr.t < '
completion bo it I
Its pushed as
,
Ikth3rrh is!:i: b.et I I i. ca-r Foley's H jnpy and (
ta.! "
aid the G3.lr.' -n h' 'I i will be greatly to the advantage of I |: Cl5e3 is a source of some coi'cei to IT..r I is without doubt the greatest nit's Pills ;

..- .um, r'a.ij' for hit! t:xu.'n- 'I't lit ,;the people here. the Mobile papers. Yesterday's throat and lung: rfln d\.". Befu3esubstitutes

h:6: p..ndnF'bat j The Central road of Georgia has I ..
'at, :' >8 iJreitof'i onT Register says that many of the ships; I II
:
.- : many ot the jail: : "mr//..!.,hieiie 'I[ already! procured the right of way i i will coal at Pensacola, and suggests I go to the root of the whole nut I i..

L.,+- a.:: I 13) the 1".naltY of from Sfllam-ille to Florala, and the E. W. PEAKE, I ter, thoroughly, quickly safely i
about noon Uwt will in few a concerted effort by Mobile to action of tho +
c' xt Tut may' grading begin a days. Electrical and restore the
tf contractor and builder
:: Jf tae fit time tat! a hangln@t.1 Town lots are now selling like f to have some of the smaller ships LIVER to normal condition. f 1
Atlanta so neat will do electrical work in first-
uk, n place holidays in : and therE "hot cakes." In fact, nearly all lots N flip) come there for fuel. your Give tone to the system and !
tie ctrfstWlii the business class style and at reasonable rates.
I on portion of town have
who wi-h it had been post I Following up this suggestion/ the solid flesh to the body. + '
i !are Wacy But Lee him been disposed of. He can be found at 30 South Palafox I.
r.eJ to a later date. same: paper has; it that a prominent
seems to care my little aboutate The livery stable of J. B. Cock- street. Phone 203. Take No Substitute. '"'"." : 3 ,

or the cccson. croft i is to be quite a building. The FRin MEDICAL ADVICE I Birmingham coal dealer was recently <

tt'llu'.ii'l| > P o to his death asn location is on railroad street and Every working girl who is not in Mobile and said that he expected NOT ICI. I
i
j> I">i'r a man did whc near the depot. well is cordially invited to writeto 'I to contract for the delivery of I have been authorized to tab DR. KING'S I'

fao\\e.: !! lie may )Irs. I'iiikhain, Lynn, Mas, subscription! for Wm. JenningsBryau'e
The
machinery for the Jacksou .
coal at Pensacola for the fleet. Fcri
.: it 1 is hardly probable. fur advice; it is freely given,and I I paper. "The Commoner. TRY NEW DISCOVERY ;
Mill Co. is
in The
coming daily. The price is $1.00 in ad \,
ay he shut and killedin has restored thousands to health. i! that purpose he went to Mobile to per year I I 1
freight travel is much better than vance. Those desiring the paper FOR THAT COLD. i I, !. "
the little church at I
over known in Florala, with a daily Hiss Paine's Experience."I I see whether or not arrangements to can have it sent to them by sending I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
May 25 he has taken the
U.OO to the undersigned.H.! .
iI i< he was forced to do the tncsea"e. want to thank you for what you I'I coal the smaller vessels there could M. ROCHE, 1 Cures ConsumptionCoughs
E. E.] Reese former of have done for me. and recommend 'I be made. II ,: ,
..,., only thing that does not manager I Care Daily News. .
Colds Bronchiti Asthma :
this attitude was his at I Tbe Yellow River Railroad, came Lydia l P.. riiiMiam's Vegetable I. I II ?, ,
'ulllrtOuml to all girls whose work
apt. Hut since his ar to Florala Wednesday last on his their feet in I Burglars Loot Postoffice.I neumoniaHayFeYcrPleu- i
Y seepi them standing on o jv s T o mac A..
his trial and l now that I way to Andalu'iu. the store. The dtntor aid I must:: I Aiken, S. C.. Pec. IS.Burglars! en- I fiaara W Yes Hue A'o\2VS: 303!$ risy, LaG rippe, Hoarseness, f. ;

v*>ry near he contends Gen. George Reese, secretary: and stopvoHj ; lie did not seem to realize I t.-rde the iiostofliiep: and general store &tL1t9 /? Sore Throat Croup and tH! .
vorku of J. T. Shuler.) at Montmorenci, S. C., ,
not. Keep from murder hat; a girl cannot ntTord( to top \ I "
treasurer of The Florala Laud Co., oP I
baric! ached, few miles from tills blew Whoopi Cough. 4 I
':., art. and having satis- <* My my appetite was a city oi>enI j; ;
( H in town this week. :NJO1 could not bleep, and menstrua- i the safe -- -- i
and secured -
'!'i.it such I U the taseh I $600 in cash, HO CURE. NO PAY. I
I Jlon. A. Hart, of Opp, is in Florala tion was beauty and very painful. One besides and valuable I I
f :i a.ipanntly with pert sutferins* I commenced to stamps papers. I I will repair your watches andjewelry Pries>> 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES! FREE. .
today, probably prospecting. dLY'h'n i The robbers cut the telegraph: and in first-class style. J. JStephens. i'
- rf' : take Lydia I:. IMnkham'.s Vegetable :; -
,. 'J John U. Payne, city attorney of Compound, and found thatit ]' telephone: wires on either side of the I i

Panama Treaty. I Andalu Is iu town this week. Mr. helped me. 1 continued its use, and I' vlla! e. So far thorp :s no clew to I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I I i iM

>:, l>w. :!Confirmations: Payne ha: purchased a nice residence soon found that my menstrual periodswere I the identity of the thlevec. I : J
,
,
SEND YOUR ORDERS .
from and natural
- free
pain ;
." the side of lake
ia trraty with Colombia ou north the t
,,rain moved Into the future, formerly owned by Mr. Johnson ofNew everyone is surprised at the change in COUGHS: AM: ) COMH IN: C1IILDUKNof W. C. ROWE, M. D. ;I ..1. r
me, and I am well, and cannot be too I J j
:.r w said that no treaty can York. Mr. Payne may locate grateful for what you have done for Itec'munendation Well KnownChicago to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or Office: 17X S. 1'aUfox. :
j before Christmas and prob- here later. me."-Miss JASET PAINE, 530: We!>tlth a electrical work. Repair work a 'r
1'lij'Bk-ian. Hoars from 8 to 9:30:: a. m. and 1 to 8 p. m 4
New York
mill the : : St. CitY.f5000foefif specialty. ;
beginning of next .
e I Mr. Shad, of Brewton, has tented :(
original of about. letter proving genuineness cannot 'I I use and prescribe Chamberlain's and after 7 o'clock ;
one of the buildings belonging to W. bt produced.Take I
Cough Remedy for almost all obsti-
F. Martin on Pecan street, and will no substitute, for it is M. Tabarras Phono CO.
nate, constricted coughs, with direct
move his family to this place. He Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable -"
results. I prescribe it to children of H.
has been employed by the Jackson that .
Compound cures.TELEGRRPHIC JOHN S. BEAKD
all ages. Am glad to recommend it
Cor. Palafox and Sts.
IT'S YOUR DUTYT Lumber Company.Miss Gregory ,
ill
to all in need and seeking relief from i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. i ii
Alma of Flor-
Stalling, one
BREVITIES. colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions. -
T ? and healthy, especiallyT ala's ladies has I TERMINAL JUNCTION i i
- a reliable remedy foi charming young accepted It is non-narcotic and safe Offices! -309 Thiesen Building.; !
T ) v
.. i liver and kidney ills; as I a position with the new drug An operation has been performed on inthe hands of the most unprofessional. Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. m., :i';

itc>Stomach Bitters;; can be. store company. C. W. Carpenter, of New York a !. A universal panacea for all .FRUIT STAND. '
'I! from any DrugRist. It will t I The sound of wedding bells is heard member of the Phillips: -Andover hoc mankind. MRS. MARY R. MELEN- ... ... 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. i
Practice la all state and federal court ; ,
.'n tae nerves, improve the! on the lake side. keyteam, whose skull was fractured I DY, M. D., Ph. D., Chicago, Ill. This DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED All business entrusted to me will recelva .
.: d. absolutely cure HEAD In; the game with the Cutler school.At i remedy is for sale by all druggists prompt and diligent
: Mr. W. H. Jones i is; visiiiing Troy : i
N -IxniuKSTiox.: : CON- and medicine dealers.CASTORIA. Candies Fruits Nuts
the it ,
of was ,
home man ,
the
I young; I
this week. Willis Wood is in .
N HULLS OH MALARIA,, ; Judge ; ; ---- -
: I Iit
said that he had passed a comfortable -
,E. : Troy on legal business. Cigars Tobaccoand
night, and was out of danger. ,
attention.'H
fl a copy of OCIt 1903 AL: I The election of mayor and council- ;
your Druggist, It i: A London dispatch! says that Captain everything f-le kept in a First- it
men has been postponed until Jan- : :
'I Alder Nichols, who was arrestedat Class Fruit Stand.
uary 5. J. T. Hughes name will be Liverpool Dec. 2 on the charge of For Infants and Children.

'IJ HOSTETTER'S j used on the ticket. casting away the schooner BessieDodd I The Kind You Have Always Bought Fireworks for the Holiday.Will .1.

| J. M. Martin, chief train dispatcher Labrador in ,
of
off the coast
j for the Yellow River railroad, has I 'i Deliver your Purchases Free. .. II '
u i order to obtain the insurnace en that 8dars thahii'nattue '

mm BITTERSIIUCSOL 1'a week oil for recreation and will vessel, was today committed for 'I of M. TABARRAS. I ,": .
I
visit New Orleans; and a portion of tradition to Newfoundland. xl+ ,
'" "- I II ex'I'I ._ u _ __ __ _. .____ J 'fiv i y ;.
I North Carolina. He will return A committee from the r ,

about the 21th. club of New York city has handed to I f j jI

1 i \\'. R. McDulIe, Jr., who has beenin Mayor Low $..500 to be used in purchasing ...WILL MOVER'S.. I .
'
Texas for two year*, arrived on : coal for the poor I ::

Cures Rheumatism. I yesterday's, train. United States Commissioner Benedict i : I II

I Ii i Quite an improvement has been at New York, has ordered the WEST SIDE GROCERYHAS code Idl'I I
far Los Angeles, the I 1
away I made on the streets leading west, deportation of 12 Chinamen who had
wes, comes glad tiding under the excln! r
under the supervision of Marsha not been registered JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF
the home of UU1C.SOL.: :; This Davis. sion act and could not show that they I : I

dy was originated, after pains-i Rev \V. F. Martin was selected to arrived in the UnitedStates before Fish Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives, When Santa Claus II
:
and long continued
: research:
of the act.
make the the passage! : Mackerel Buckwheat Mincemeat and I I
druggi-t of forty-one years ex- pre-entation speech at A at Clizahethtown. N. Y., Every
:ce. It pleasantly cures Rheum. I Laurel Hill Monday evening last jury ArrivesYou I
verdict of G.nnO damages in First-Class
Grocery
Sciatic. Lumbiizo, and The has rendered thing Kept a I
. occasion was that: the railroad
forms of KiJney Liver and agaInst David Flemmlng! who.
iler troubles caused by uric acid I boys purchased a beautiful cup, while: playing! on the I.a.1PIA<'ld links I FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.A can welcome him with cheerfulness I

'J'tem It is new, uuiqufjandli'S. I costing |7o, and the citizens ot last summer threw his golf stick at and brightness when
It builds up and cu'es Laurel Hill a beautiful umbrella, his "caddy... causing the loss, of the I Car L Hi d of the Justly CelebratEd Majestic Flour Just Received home is illuminated with your I I
gas.
'ill.. other remedies-the queen have failedparagon of all: I costing:; ?. Arrangements had been Eight of one t"'('. The "caddy" The holidays should be cherry, and 1.1

'ties to cure' the diseases: for I I made to present these presents as a ; brought suit for 110.000. for your dining room, your parlor, t I I
..
, It is recommended. There i is '' token of friendship and high regardof J. E. DUBUISSOX (? BROTIIEKCOKNKlt hall or bed room, there is nothing I .
Mail Service In Klondike. )
\\f el=e like it and it will NII\'e' Mr. E. E. Reese. The occasion
I'ukulable value to sulTennniity. I was; notable. It was regretted that Seattle) Wash., Dec. 19: .-The United TAKKAGONA AND 1NTKNDENCIA: STUEETJ-, like the soft, rich light that radiates ;

A strong capitalized I States government has doubled its; from good gas. If you are not connected -

any i:< behind: it and it is des-; all the railroad boys could not be Copper river and Yukon mail service Dealers In Exclusive with our pipes send us a pos- I

.i to mark a new era in mediji present. However, they were fairlyrepresented. ; From this time on the mail will leave j i tal or telephone us and we will have :;e-:

,.title i,' or. ii Dru.rg'it bottles; for sell; *. .01)it .at Send$1.00> I __ __._ Valdez for Copper river, the lower YUkon & First-Class Staple and Family Groceries, ""tt I"I.yaur house lit up by Xmas i

IP for particulars and book of For Over huty Years.Mm. and Nome four times a month. FRUITS, NUTS AND EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO MAKE THE HOUSEKEEPERS' I
\ dtiful! cure, Address: TICK: I PcDsacok Gas Co
I WIXSLOWS SOOTHING i SYECP haoecn CARPENTRY AND HEART GLAD AND HER TASK LIGHT. I i
> K \MI RANKIN: Dwo Co..
auta tia.. or run MIL Chemical used for over sixty years by mllliooso :'OnrGoo.ljftre Received Kresh Every Day. our ITIPCS Very Moderate and I'arcliasesDulivprod j ,,
L.." .\nelt'*. (.'41. mothers for their children while teething ELECTRICAL WORK I tree to any part or the City. We plso keep n Large Ai.rtiiicut of Crockery, i 125 and 27 E.Garden St.. Pent ccli, FlaGeoftje i iII
with perfect &acce s. It soothes the chili, Tin".,-f,ic..and you do not hato go elsewhere for what you Ut' a

Kittens the gainsallays all paincures win Ring Pearl & Dolive, phone CfiO I COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY SHIPPED. II i
\ \ (\ ( i colic,and Is the best remedy tor Diarrhoea up !
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jIJJtf.7' if you h",ve any carpenter or electrical :
It will relieve the poor little sufferer !m.mediately. P. o. Box 326.
.ii work want well done. J. Dubuisson & Bro. Wilsonf
: 1 Hold by Druggists In every: partottheworld. you 1 ;
66.'f
Twenty-five cents a bottle I PHONE I :
He sure you ask forM rs.Window's Sooth. FORT BARRANCAS, FLA., Family Grocors.I I

'i"iurl'till ing t3yrnp'and take no other kind. 24,1902.-Healed proposals :1
I - in triplicate, will received until -I ; Union Depot Store. : :

11:30 a. in., Dec 23, 1902.:! for constructing I

E. W. PEAKE, wharf Fort Pickens, Fla., .I Fresh Eggs, Chickens, Turkeys i'h

No. :HO South Palafox street, keep LS, reserves: right to reject or ac. ,

.. call bells, wires and all kinds of cept any or all proposals any part Etc., Received Daily. ,
thereof. Information furnished
on
wBClRjHflinissfliiiiiAUttAn electrical supplies. Have him do ; I J
,
your wurfc. Call phone 3#. application. Envelopes containing i i Alligator Fruits, Vegetables and Nuts of All i i '
proposals should be marked "Pro- j jSaloon. UNION ,* 3 Descriptions. .
-- prmU for Wharf," addressed W. E. .. : ':t

\p 111IM COLE, Q. M. ) 23WANTEDLeadiugtuan I; Choice Plant Oysters Always on Hand I 1I
NEW STORE $ NEW GOODS .:' DEPOT 1 I and Opened Day or Night. i J
I
Machlu- I
i ( LII'K MEAlS AT ALL HOURS. i ;
i I NEDRUGS ist-in-Charge, ?3.7 per diem A . :a J
DAILY MENUS competitive examination will be PRICES REASONABLE. ;
held for the above : J :
position at the
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to i'ripe all the Up-to- I II navy yard, Pen 19 ber -7,1902. For application and ad- W. C. NORMKN

JSl -1 :- Dishes the Mar- 1 White's I ditional information address "ComI 1 i LODGE DIRECTORY ; J I II

fcj :s of the World Pharmacy. I mandant, Navy Yard, Pensacola, "HO"Jnl TOH. :

ta AtTojd.5a !I Fla.V.. H. MOODY, Secretary of I I
undersigned has opened a the Xvy. 13doaw2y: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.t i1I tl

)f THE Drug Business in the Renshaw I I __ _. ______ ,; ,
l,I Pen fccoU Lodge, No.8, K. of r. Y JI
Ladies' Private building. 106 South Palafox street, Wines Liquors I t, meet +ft i

ta ,: with a full line of Fresh Drugs, Per. I Cigars. InK i7a every at Monday castle flail.TiU ., '.i:} I

Dining Parlor.k I'I fumes, Soaps and such other articles Hp ALFMN'S in Ul111111 tbe ,Blonnt Ullrc111oor.- Wktiom :,",, f
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i as are usually kept in an up-to-date Vliltlng brethren eordlall* I

Y Business.We welcomed ,. t'
Drug
: H A.LK,
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........ ,,,, POLE AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING ?, HOKBLCB Ii" ; I
respectfully solicit a share of ', ,....,., 0.0. +
: I BRANDS OF STRICTLY PURE AND K.K.48.
Regular Dinner Daily. I the public patronage\ promising to r."p.: STAND I'
I FIRST-CLASS WHISKIES: .+t < e ..olI I
.... give entire satisfaction, both in .>.! k ? I

-- Short goods and prices. L.-'..*.."B315-.*...-., ..-.. '-'" .... ..-.. ...... d.d I Brookhill Old "; CURE u..BlRBlor YOURSELF !
)g Order Promptly Edgemont, Prentice, CCnra onnttarU t
c; The Fressription Department is in hlt.e.a dileh.rgaloe.mmatlotu

-a*. Filled. Night i or Day charge of our Mr. Walter H. White, SOUTH PALAFOX ST., I I Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. a.trwry o./,. irrtutivo of mucous or tsesibrtDM.ateer.dooe '
Next to the Postal Telegraph offlce. p, a t.C..t..ie, Punier, tad not utria 'j
C: .. who will try his; utmost to please all .a TtirlatcI4EYGtca.! gentorporonoua

'CJ 1:1: If H'. HomethlngGood to Eat who may favor him with their or- Fruits Nuts Candies I emdsare. a1d by Dr1Ekf4 ; I
The Celebrated Atlanta Beer or neat lu
0.a p1.Ia
a. L.
: you wUb,you'll fend it at ders.=As our mock is entirely new ; & & .rapper i iOOe1
t i twtatlee' } i tro.l.r
.. andfresh, we solicit a trial order. Cigars, Tobacco, &c. oat oa haunt '
r.. Nick Apostle'sPopular ..* I, BOTH KEG AND BOTTLE. ) !

W. H. White & Co. 0 ,
c Restaurant. of Phone 46. Cor Tarragona and Sts PARKER'S : li
r Full Line Stationery. i ; fright; __HAIR. BALSAM r {"
ud bMOifK &III baIr.
PHOXES _
l : 1'mmuw > taan.nl frowlh. i
No. Ill I H.TCT P&1I to Before Onv
j
JJ IJIIIJJII11 Day ISO. Night No. 446 3 SUr to It* Youthful Colot ij +

'" J v\f" I I 106 South Palafox Street. I URGE STOCK OF FIREWORKS. !I Cunt e4..ed mjp dune.a elWC Aa b.r.lolJmc.




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY DECEMBER 20,1902

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who contribute little or nothing I AN UNPARALLED RECORD

Ij; -p the general expense account; and PROCLAMATION. Talk this over with your doctor. If heI .

r= 11:. 'I'
: ; until the colored population of this

','I"" t _- J./ tyJI state finds itself In a position to bear Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is all right
says
y By virtue of the authority vestedin Info!
its just share of the public burden,

I I j "Caitred...iMond-class at the Post matter.Or7ICEPltt'e Omce. at Pensaco'.a, I it will be idle to suggest any additional me by Section 192, of the Codeof for your hard cough, then take it. iowstriaw. se1y:
r
; SOuth expenditure, even for so Ordinances of the City of Pen-
Building 211H Iuu/o
If 1 t 'I p 1oatreet, up-italrg. good a cause as that of education. 1 sacola, permission is hereby given -- .. -- t8 ttt

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. the general public to discharge A Million Voices Every Woman is Beautiful if in Good (
I Health.
WANTS ORDER I fireworks (CANNON' CRACKERS over Could hardly express! the thanks of I During August EVERY
I 'i Terms: Invariably in Advance. Homer Hall,of West Point, la. Listen Beauty is: not so much in the fea If:

I; CM Tear by Mail.. _____ --$5 00 THREE inches in length excepted, why: A severe cold had se'tledonhislungs.eansingamostobstiiiate tures as in the expression and condition the death claims paid in the I :L :. as

Mix Monibi _'__ ::1150 10 and are strictly forbidden undera 01 the face. Every woman is States and Canada by the EIj u" II
I l OB Weekby Carrier Payable Monday SET ASIDEA cou''b. Several physicians said he endowed with beauty. Show me a ble Life Assurance !Society 11'.., n.

: Advertising Rates Furnished on Application severe penalty) from Wednes- bad consumption, but could not help woman who is in good health and I paid within one day after rec"l II
i day, December 24th, A. D. 1902, him. When all thought hA was will show you a woman who is of a ;:
NO. 118. doomed he began to use Dr. King's cheerful nature, a good dispositionand proof. stle!
TELEPHONE
to January in, A. D. 1903, inclusive. I I
i motion to set aside the order of New Discovery for Consumption and who is beautiful and attractive.No I And during no mouth ,
Rowdyism, loud and boistrous ulll..
endowed
I writes-"it completely cured me and woman even though
Court Commissioner Coston in the : noises, whooping or hallooing or saved my life. I now weigh 2'271b! with the most attractive features Is year has the percentage t U-. zx

UNiON LAKE case of Private H. G. Sindorf vs. throwing firecrackers into the yardsof It's positively guaranteed for beautiful without good health. Low below 98%. bI

Coughs. Colds and Lung troubles. spirit, pains! nervousness, leaden
i qr Captain J. C. Watson was: argued by citizens will not be permitted. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles complexion, headaches, backache, This excels the Societ. ,5 to

DEO 20 1902 .Judge Landrum yesterday before C. fir. JONES, free at W. A. D'Alemberte's,121 8. are all beauty destroyers and these great record. It has nev..rt.. d
PB58AOOLA ,
Mayor of Pensacola, Fla. Palafox street. symptoms can nine times out of ten I been approached by anyjotht! : 1
Judge Reeves. The case will come
be attributed to a torpid liver.
W, C. JONES, Clerk. lid4tCHILDREN'S pany. t
PEOPLE talk of "spending holidays. up for final disposition probably Pfeiffer's goods have always proven I HEPATICURA will give you good I o
I their customers health and restore your beauty; "Strongest in the World
j ." Spending their money, they Tuesday. satisfactory to many i.
BICYCLES. then why suffer and be homely,
I :; therefore, ring 'phone 365 and THE EQUITABLE LIFE Air' ..
j mean. This: case is that wherein Sic- order Christmas cakes. !I when you can have strength, pure : f
your
F. B. Bruce wishes to announce to rich blood, good complexion, and ANCE SOCIETY,
THE difference between a Christmas dorf's mother sought to have her his friends and customers that he strong nerves, all of which make wo- .
.
Marston have OF TilE UNITED >TOOWLES \ ,
$ Quina a I
i,' jag and Christmas jug is only son relieved of penalties of a court has just received a large lot of Beau.j I men beautiful and attractive. Sold: I
.' but Oh what a difference :. fine line of Rattan Parlor by all druggists.
little letter, I
one martial,held by the Escambia Rifle! tiful Children's Bicycles, all sizes,
1 \ in the mornin-j. Better letter colors and prices. Suits, and odd peces; theyare BROS.,
on account of his being a minor. Toro's Beef Tea at Solomon's.
1 be. Come and select before they are better and cheaper thanever.
-- General Agents, I
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---- Sindorf joined the militia without
1 Prices right. d1T-lw -- -----
bill has: at gone. .
Cuban reciprocity
THE the consent of his mother. He then 309 8. Palafox St., PENs\( :
last been signed, and it is much to II CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S
violated the rules of the company, f MEAT & MALT has a marvelous I will for a few days longer i iI -
be hoped that the kickers in the dietetic value. While refreshing and I !
will be- for which ho was convicted and con X 0. 30 South Palafox street, for your I 0. M. PRYOR
United States: senate now pleasant to take, it helps assimilation TUNE PIANOS AT $1.50. ,
I electrical work. He is prepared to I
come resigned signed to the custody of the sheriff. of food. Hold byDANNHEI.3SER do you a flrst-clas job at moderate The Government! -". '

The case sometime ago came up on a | BROS. I I I am prepared to Res-tring and put price Phone 203.FRUIT ,. niture man has nude :it: I i-:.' \ .
II
THE Tampa Herald says that i its I new Actions and Keyboards in worn -- in the furniture busim--. H. ',\

"associated press news is on every habeas corpus hearing before Mr. !I i I out Pianos and make them good as during: the holiday. i
SEE GREEN WATSON & CO.'S CAKE. I
I i,
.'' the ] price on all his fleM-: : ,
As :
page of the paper paper Coston, and an order was issued virtually -j I new, at reasonable prices. I
.
has 8 pages the stuff is spread so sustaining the company and Handkerchiefs Prices, 5 cents to ; Leave orders at Johnson's Book t 1 I The justly celebrated fruit cake |: figures household that and will office enable Mr r.:?.::',' \

- thin that one can see through it.Ifs I $5.03: each Store. for which the West Florida Fteam;II your Christmas pre-en-! : .
making Sindorf amenable to punish- I I
---- CII.VS. W. FKKMLUY.We I Bakery is; famous is now for sale at thing that is useful ::1.1: i ," > '\
ment for a violation: of the military Try Clam Bouillon with I' what articles are sold fl"f.
3Jtf j Ir
25;
a wise woman who knows her cents per pouud. "
regulations. Whipped Cream at Solomon's. are going to sell our. I You should call on im b. ; l> .
own mind when it comes to the selection II I lug elsewhere. .
'
of Christmas pre'ents-and Judge A. C. Blount, Jr., appearedfor .------ $1.00 Tabaurette for GOc. J. I. STEVENS h. ____ :

) it is a wiser nun who knows his own Captain Watson. Decision was WANTED. on Dec. 22d, 23d and 24th. TUB PALAFOXSTItKET; '. L.n.1 Try Tomato Boullicn at

pocketbook the day after she has reserved. Just to see how many peo' Solomon's.
Thirty salesladies at oncp. R. H. Dealer in Diamonds, !Kil-1
: Sterling I
made those selections.
Kress & Co. dl5-lw !pIe will read this ad. JJI ars-I' i
ver, Jewelry, Watches, Enameled
1 A Goad Cough Medicine ----
THE Montgomery Advertiser assures I[From the Gazette Toowoomba.Australia.) The finest: line of sterling silver ton $ Quina._ : Goods, Toilet Article, Canes, Um- \ Carolina Portland
that "the danger is passing"that goods silver novelties is to be i
us I find Chamberlain's Cough Hem.edy ; an brellas Rings! Bracelet, Etc., j
"congressmen have kept their found: at J. I. Htepheas'. Price3 to Fruit cake, best made, at Pfeiffer'sBteatn
Clocks, Optra Glasses. I
is an excellent medicine. I have please: all. Bakery.
heads." To many of them are inclined We are offering for the Christmas
been suffering from a severe coughfor Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM
to Keep any old thing they holidays bargains in Diamonds, and *
the last two months, and it has WAHTED-FURS. Cleaning ladies skirts and waistsis i

can lay their hands on. effected a cure. I have great pleasure I one of o-.r specialties Star Laun I are showing a large line to select

I in recommending it.-W. C. No. 1 otter skin*.?C.00 to $9.CO I from. We have everything suitable I II ALA.
No. 1 coon skins large, .50 to .SO dry.OYSTERS
j ABOUT this time look out for the WOCKXER. This is the opinion of I for Chri-tmas or wedding presents, i
No. 1 mink shins, large, 100 to I 50 AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
, E stereotyped Christmas editorial.j one of our oldest and most respected Other goods in full proportion. : and will take pleasure in showing i Blocks of all HijTh-Orad.! AID. :

'. i j THE NEWS proposes to distinguish residents, and has been voluntarily Ask any Pensacola bank for ocr goods. can Portland Cement. "Germain
Try tr-ein.
oysters today.
itself by omitting this doubtful fea- given in good faith that others may on me. ratioA'I I NIC APOSTLE. I IRo' 120 S. PALAFOX.A ,. Germ "Saturn," German p.,, :
J. W.
\ : II land Cement, Kings N. V. '
Calciu.
ture of the holiday season, and taking try the remedy and be benefited, a; Brunswick Ga. I
Pilfer: l:o eudale Cement, kept *
it out in good wishes. was Mr. Wockner. This remedy issold Guaranteed Cure for 1'i'es.. I Norfolk, Portsmouth, Charleston.1,
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:I.A.
all and medicine
: by druggists Itching, Khn-(, nieeding or 1'rotruilincPile. Savannah Jacksonville, Pen*!urda
F''I BENATOK MORGAN believes that dealers.-- but the *Ito K.nl: Veil K2i plaas&ratb H'S I .. \our drugKin will refund jour I;', Mobile; New Orleans, (tahettnnWe .
: the negroes of the south should bo I no.ir.vif; I'A/O OINTMENT foil* to cur-' ; also make shipment-' direct frig< >
.(, NTEDHFURS' 1.'gr ''7z. you. :.V)cents. .. :
colonized in tim Philippine We # &<< I Mill wherever we net cii>-ut( -'
,' t YOU WILL FIND THE I freight Sole f
'i I utI "cUitinuutk-
are not stuck on the Filipinos ourselves No. 1 otter !'kin=. ... ..*G.OO to *'J.(K) 'I Tile be-t and largest ortmeut of :, "Alabama" aud "Southern, ('f!
: ,bat would wish them 'udgin's, the :Besf j,'r oc. fireworks
hardly or de be
every crlrtiolcan "
No. 1 coon skins, Urge, .50 to ..SONo. FINEST FRUIT CAKES I I'.rand, Portland Cement V ilia -
::i'tj any such calamity as all that. i iI \ had, wholesale and retail at Mr*. ,, Hydraulic N'ltur.il U' II.
:j J I' ------ mink skins, large, l.io to 1.50. -- -- --- I John F. Pf..iifer, No. 211 :Eat In- made: near Blnnill;l1alJ1.

,J FIIANK: CLARK has at last decided Other goodin full proportion. j IN THE CITY AT ONLY j( ttiiduLcia: street.

;'. to return to Florida. He will no Ask any Pensacola bank for ratiug :, 25 CENTS PER -- -- Correspondence Solicited.
, POUNDj i :
I on me. I r '" Hot Cliocolato with
, doubt take the stump dariu the
;{
. J. W. W\1""1-:;-, WHITMAN'S INSTANTANEOUS I Whipped Cream, at Solo-
M1'
.
;i next campaign; but there i unfortunately dlj-ltn; Bruniwick; .ia. mon's. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEa

-- CHOCOLATE _______
i\ any amount of doubt as to !

;:i 'I which side of the political fence his THE MANGROVEIS AND The best and largest assortment of I!
P..al'ula and Millun
,a own particular -tuiup will lie on. VAXO077'V.S ('fI( O.I. toy ai.il fireworks i* displayed at'' : i

:Mr"?, John F. Pftiller's, No. :211 East I liunt lUlly lirrjit Suiulajr,

' I SoalLRoul'-ugoeststheon.Alou; IN PORTThe Caucasian Cafe. I Intendcncu -treet. I "CITY OF TAMPA."


j I! zoPossiotlitylilkin.ofMarioncourty, far the next governor of Florida.- .;. [ o ijW IS K Kt.V -I,II I ,Yalilton..eslam!>HooUy.xiam LvPenacolat Ar Milton 1 1irFvo

t: 1 If Brother Baskin is not out of poli-I li ht house tender Mangrove, v AA VVVVVVVYYVyyvvvvvvvvvv Ah hA A AAAA A .1 'ltre,6Oc; Kound tnp.fl.iiu

n! .. tics, he is certainly out of common I IJ coinmanJedby Lieut. J. H. Bull, U. i n I

f\J; SIHi'e.lr.H.1*kinisto,} good amau H. N., arrived at the navy yard yesterday lr1. i { JEWELER\ IN HIS
Stock
farmer I
-too be
good a -to butcheredin afternoon and will remain -{ Bankrupt

any such! manner. But it's always I
there until after January: 1. HEW\ STAND
:t( bo -kiHing tim with some people. <:- ; c)

\\1 I .... cARNF1lE' ;ay 13J3 daughter Mrs. Bull accompanies her husband The Best t Store in Town! : o I ] l -01 )
is well known
.} : : -,' 1 She to society . i f 2 ;1 <> I have moved my jewelry store '
qh 51 ;... -'- -
? not be uurt :iced wit 1 wea i: 12u South Palafox,
I people in Pensacoh. I formerly UK!
Nor with sincerity or candor, either, FURNITUR pied by Bass & Co., aud am IIA'
I if she" takes after her distinguished The Mangrove has completed a I '1l a a. Las. better prepared than ever to !j\\

in this the : great bargains in diamonds,watc: .
protected parent. If Mr. Carne iaff tour of thebeacons seventh -
'a Mu-t I5<> Soil Within jewelry, etc. Call and see me i,:
; who, by the way, was once accurately district. This is the famous: I let me convince you.
:to It.ijs b.
described by the London Saturday little vessel on which the Maine Begin Your Christmas Buy i I l ; n .11 i i _J. I. STEPHENS./

fi Review asan uuititferablesnob"really court of in'iuirysdt in the harbor at !! REGARDLESS

f objected to ;great wealth, Havana. ing. Early Choosing is a Big J f1 II; r-' Foley Kidney Cure

tl he would have no great trouble iu OF COST. l ; '. I rates fcHceys
and Ikdl'j
I f t 'i riddiu;' himself_ of .i" ";;rcatne-,;." }U>1 a G''HI Time. Advantage, Particularly where ; ()a j .: ":W.'a 13 \\W-13i <) ; right.

A. J. knell wanted attend a party I The Er.tire Bankrupt tock cf W. R. ./. \\f' <)
t. THK GaiUt."illeun", : thinks that but was afraid to do so on acCount there are so many Useful : MEKKI\\KTIIEK will Replaced 01th i< EVERYBODY LOOKS
"tbe senate !I of pains in hisstomach. whichlie <> )
hapbytd a sorry joke I of V. -
Market and Hold -
Ilrjjurdless I
T.-Jay -
on the HoU'se by accepting the latter's feared would grow wor-. He Pretty Things to Choose From, :
say I
iI amendment to tilt I I "
immigrltlUlI\\ IlIad. friend who said: 'Chamber- l ..
t "
and
Especially RARE BARGAINS IN I HOUSEHOLD A ID l
t f bill prohibiting the sale of liquor iUI hin's Colic. Cholera and Diairbwaj : I 4 .> ...... I II I IV. Here it i is.; Call on Kpitzr .

the capitol.:' The :>>un':$ truly ;good j I Remedy will put Y"1In condition I KITCHEN FURNITURE, TOILET tt. j Kr '- ( Creury. They are doing the Hi,' -
and : THE' for the party.' I bought a bottle and SETS, PICTURES, ETC. \ :
poiteutou coutemporiiy. ---- \ work that can be turned out and u
take: pleasure in stating; that twodoes !
t Ntws, will hardly coiucide m this cured me and enabled intto :t si l st 112.114 rni: Tarmoca, street, r. g I prepared to do any kind of it J '.
They put on iLdia rubber "
. '1' opinion. It will certuiuiy not be have a good time at the party. Mr. : tire.
'sorry," like the "j"ke." But ;i paper Snell is a resident of Summer It ill. A A hA 6 A A AAW best on the market, nu -h<*rt 1111:.' .x,
't Y VVV l'vvv.'YVV VVVYVVY'r.F'Vv'" as they IIIVB a full line "( ruh!.
that believes that prohibition j N. Y. This remedy is f.>r gala by rhIIIa; tires in tock. i
%
all druggists and medicine dealers.
J prohibit i-s c.jp'ibleof ativtl.ing.A ; I i II Doe your bujgy n'-I'd uphoKt. f

IX'ZtM.0: CUIK, XO P.\Y. ing? They can snake it good us new I
Suuaunre ('..nnl)' Drtain. I I Their prices, too, are reasonable, f"'
,r Your druggist: will refund your money it 0. M. PRYOR'SPDMMBE have t
they ample capital to carry <
It has been reerved for the Live TA/.O UISTMKXT: fiuls to cure lUngworin, I, a first-clas carriage building ai >;

. Oak Crescent to add a new terror to letterOld I'c.-r8! Bull Hor!! Pimples and repairing business. Don't fail t i!

. the current text book discussion in Blackheads. im the face, and all skin di- Toy Land Thoroughly Ex- I call on them.
I'a's. :,. c'cu.
\ this state: by advocating 'frte chool -- Scales: repaired.

j1 liooks" for oar children. I Hello 1 central, 3r>>. Best fruit plored and Every Nook and HOUSE r-'riTZEK&C'REARV,
, 15 East Garden .
Something of this sort hi teen I caka made, 25; cents per pound, at 57. Htre.t.Phone
Pleill r's Steam Bakery.Do Corner Contributes to this Vast ,
' done in other and more fuliy developed

; 'i state, but the innovation is you want a magnificent watch i Assortment. Happiness for

: not at all likely to be adopted iu I for little money? If so. call on ; SALISBURY BLOCK, W. GOVERNMENT STREET. FINE STATIONERY.

'. Florida. Stephens!! the jeweler. He will ac. I every Child in Pensacola. i -
commodate you. ,
As the Gainesville Sun very per.
. Presents All of the Useful I I I C. V. Thompson, No. II South
I tinently puts it: ------- -- -- -- II

f I The white people of Florida will I LATEST DESIGNS IN= II Palafox street, has just opened anew

'f never consent to be taxed to furnish. lifieumatism Worthy Sort, and the Price I supply of Linen and Bond
I books free to children, and I
,' negro
" ,i What is the use of telling the rheumatic Papers, white, blue and gray, with
;, : discussion of the subject may as Reasonable in Every Instance.
. well cease. A bill passed the last that he feels as if his Joints were being dislocated j Bed Room and Parlor Sets Envelopes to match, Oxford sizes;

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county school boards as to supplying He knows that his sufferinrs are very I \, to match. Ink, Pencils
f school books free, but the measurewas n.nrh lii e the tortures of the rack. I DINING ROOM TABLES SIDE BOADS CHAIRS ETC. i .
I j i Penholders, Blankbooks. File etc.
in the '
defeated House. Thi Ic rug! t< i in's <> know H what will perni -
bill protected the black belt counties .:nently're ai- 'i-Bta-i.'. I : I i'etc., always on hand.
its but the That, ::ff.n:.;.;: iu tl-uuaanJ of jltrtimonlaU. i i Phone
from of the operations home were afraid to members risk- isHood's B Gerson :I, Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses. !!;I 234.

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the enactment of even a mea ureleivinr SarsaparillaIt I i --
1 1 the question of free schoolbooks u A. s T o n.:t.A.
to the local boards. prumptly neutralizes the acid In the 1'e I :d lag Nate tiMals; ,l'

Our taxpayers are alresdy doing blood! on clira-nate"which! the it disease, and "trencthrns depends completely the Prices for the Holiikys ire Down\ Not Opt t an',tll.to'. JJ+ # I r
Palafox St.
t quite enough for: a class of people system agamst its return. Try liixnl's. I I '




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THE DAILY NEWS:: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20.1902. 11f
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=- --- IT'S THE TRUTHTell No. BOO3. '".; 'H'i';I

II 13 IMl'OHtANT W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; ,
I BOY 8. J. FaSH EE,Yi..P..ld.. ; JOHN PFEIFPER, Ass't Cashier.' ij,
to Know What You Are Taking USEDA a mar it's a food and ,

H'henl'eiogCatarrhMedicine.Catarrh is the short route to consumption PISTOLWillis he doesn't want to pay for it. AMERICAN NATIDNAL BANK r 1 i

Tell him it's
,and the importance of ear. a medicine and OF PENSACOLA FLA. 1 .
jv and judicious treatment of catarrh he says it doesn't look like it. '

whether located in the cannot head be, Jones, a negro boy aged: Then tell him it's both a food Designated Depository of the United States. .: .j f

tLroat! or bronchial tubes 12, used a pistol In play yesterdayand Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 1902. :
too strongly emphasized.The inflicted and a medicine and ho thinksyou're i .d
a painful wound on a '
long: RESOURCES. I i I
list of catarrh cures is as LIABILITIES. i !
and rHe /orms boy named Cottrell. Jones was arrested playing some game on I Loans and Discounts...................... $442,921.84 Capital Stock ............................. 200000.00 I
j j as the moral law administered, nu. and him. Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus..... .... ...... .... ................ 20,000.00 t 1 u' '
In which they are when the mayor examined J. 8. Bonds and Premiums............... 213806.87 Undivided Profits......................... 6,690.31! hll 1-
merOU3 and : froD sprays him today he informed his Yet these the Stocks, securities, etc..................... 2,625.00 Rediscounts............................... 10,287.61
confusing., s, and are facts about Furniture and Fixtures.................... 6,718.48 Circulation........................ .... ..... 125,000.00 : '" .1
inhaler honor that he did not point the pis. .............................. ... I. !
; liquid3 and tabeB. Scott's Emulsion of cod- [. R. Stamps. 65.82 Deposits .......... .......t.... ... ..... 161,604,35 1 ;,
salves t powders tol at Cottrell, but In another direc- pure Cash and Exchange........................ 153943.12 :" I'I

) The. tablet form is undoubtedly the tion, the "barrel," he explained, liver oil. It is the cream of i'. .. J

moat convenient and most effective, "was crooked and the bullet struck cod-liver oil, the richest and Total...... .... .... ...... ................ $822,382.30 Total.... .... .... .... .......... .......... S22,382.SO ,
nearly all advertised Catarrh This bank for business, October We solicit and will
but with the boy who was standing behind opened 23,1900. respectfully your patronage we give ;
remedies it is almost entirely most digestible of foods. The your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
him.
s matter of guess work as to what food for weak stomachs. The 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
.ou are taking into your system, asa Mayor Jones called up the boy's I Im

proprietors, while making all mother and cautioned her to take food for thin bodies and thin I
of claims! as to what their med- I Have those shaving '
tts the weapon from Willis and at the you seen !
,,,,.5 will do, always keep it a close blood.
stands and music cabinets
same time try to teach him how to ,(.st. Il> to what they are. tell the trath. But that's only half the I 1 Extraoroinary I\ at Marston $ Quina's.
j' -access and popularity of the /?
!gust
.w jurrh cure, Stuart's Catarrh The bullet took effect in Cottrell'sleg story. Scott's Emulsion is alsoa nJ \ the thing for a Christ- .

j ..it- is largely because it not and the boy walks with great mas present.
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good medicine. It gives new L. Skirt and Jacket
cures catarrh, but because caterers difficulty this morning. m !
who use these tab- life and vigcr to the whole system FRUIT CAKE. r

w what they are taking into H. T. McIntyre, St. Paul, Minn., m The West Florida Steam Bakery \ ':

,- A,temi!. Stuart's Catarrh Tab- who has been troubled with a disordered and especially to the lungs. S a I'' is now making the best fruit cake _'" 1

.. ..,composed of lied Gum, stomach,says "Chamberlain's '":'e'll send von a!little to try if vou Ue Cs2S't asZS ssas'ssA III o ever put on the market: at 23; cents .
and similar valuable and SCOTT i. UUW3E:, Xor'.. pound.
b 1 r.oot Stomach and Liver Tablets do me :: 4U\11'.rlltrcet. per i iJflld(1n's

pac ingredients,and are pleas- more good than anything I have From Now Until 1 1st
.."'" January ; lie Best for pr. .
., caste and being dissolved ever taken.: For sale by all druggists V' v OQ.) ,I ,
iMiuth they take immediate and medicine dealers. "V:1 __ I 1\.

.. m the mucous lining: of the -- I NOTES .< AT ACTUAL NEW YORK COST. .< .. = .. !

,.t;al passages: : and whole re- B.OFL.E. tNEWS I. f.I
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that Stu nt's Catarrh .. .. _, .J BONA ,
: cures: LADIES' AUXILIARYThe :- z. :>- A FIDE SALE Ot AUCTION
in old 'f
aye accomplished
Read the Meyer Shoe Company'snew And we mean every word we say-no more, no less-AT
r .-"- of catarrh are little
advertisement today. ACTUAL NEW YORK COST. Seize this opportunity while it
uurkable, and the advan- .
I
: i ladies' ,
: auxiliary to the B. of I'
i..uwiag what you are put- William Johnson & Son have a lasts; come early, get the pick. Make mother, sister or wife a f j .

1; itn' y'>ur stomach is of para- L. E. met Thursday afternoon in new list of holiday bargains in their Christmas Present of a Jacket,or Skirt. Nothing is more acceptable. '

importance! when it is re- Odd Fellows hall. It was tLe advertisement today. Look them ..... ""- -- .....-- ...,.". Hi. !

3. :' d that the cocaine or nior.tbu regular meeting day, and, as is up. SALE

has been frequently customary, at this meeting the new There is a bi, sale of Jackets and "t JACKETS. I ; .

'n d a* the result; of using ly elected officers were installed. Skirts at W. J. and B. Forbes from I I I JI
iurrh remedies. i now till the New Year. Nothing
: < j
: an' Catarrh Tablets meet with After the regular order of business j I better for a Christmas present. Ladies' $13.50 Jackets_ .................__............ $10.80 I y ESPECIALLYFOR i
was over, a reception was held and "
ai approval; from physicians, The Christmas "War Cry" as distributed 11.50 Jackets_.............__._. .. .. 8.50 1
b, .u.( t.inr antiseptic characterr Mrs. T. C. Bradley, who has servedas u f

", in perfectly safe for theu president for two terms, was pre- today by the Salvation 10.00 Jackets... .... ......___...... 7.50 ,. !
Army is accompanied by a large
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: ,.ublic to use and their comm sented with a handsome gold; past- picture of General William Booth 8.50 Jackets .. .._...... .. ... 6.50 I i

.' !tot tkes all forms them of a catarrhal common president's pin. The newly elected and smaller pictures of Commander 7.00 Jackets.............. ....... _.... .. .... 5 40

(n president, Mrs. Watson, made the. I very Booth creditable Tucker. publication.The The number. is a 6.00 Jackets.... .........__ 4.75 LADIES 1 1j'i

\ .9!-tell them at oO cents pre=en ation. Mrs. Bradley responded I Children's Reefers and Jackets at Proportionate 1 1I

it p ckages-, assuring the members how high-+' new docket for the use of I
Judge J. Emmett Wolfe, as justice Reductions. ; ,.
GREEN WATSON & CO. ly she appreciated the gift. I of the peace, arrived from Tallahassee __________ ____ n '.i-y T\ '; i '.
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This worthy organization is just a ',
this morning. This book in f
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(' ived 2".0 Umbrell: i
,.J gluts, for holiday little over a year old and is noted !!j quality and workmanship is a t SKIRTS.t
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for the charitable work done since triumph of the boi-kmaker's art and ( DIAMOND RINC
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(of la-tingjcredit: to the state Priatcry ;
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\ -il\ I"1M'. its organization.: Besides the social :
Ladies' $3.00 Skirts $2.25 ;
at Tallahassee. 1 Walking I ,
a single dose ff the feature, there i is an insurance which
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'. will cure a !senouiuIt I u 3 25 Walking Skirts 2.65 GIVEN AVIAYFREE i ;
has been oai.Jifthe proclaimed one of the best and | FRUIT CAKES. I
1 'j i ht- kept in good condition mo-it prompt in the United Stites. I I Ii 4.00 Wall ing Skirts 3 35 I I.
id be ,0 further dati?t'r to The West Florida: Kteam Bakery | "
...anytein.! Thua liver The newly elected cilicers for 1903 makes the best fruit cake in the city. 6.50 Walking Skirts 5.25 1 : I IV

iioi.iett> >uu could h'ive. H}..I'.11'u ...... .. I I
n.j i i- the e-t liver tonic one l'reideut-\Ir; J K. Waton.VicePresident frefh. 25; cents per pound. 3dtf I I i
| ; 7.00 Dress Skirts 5.40
I ...... ...... LADY ATPEXL.
can take with pleii-nre Lf-cati-f
-Mrs. W. E. Car- Tomato Bouillon atSolomon's. I u
,t" :'i insure you bcutfkial result; I Try 8.00 Dress Skirts... .. 6.15 ING THIS HALE WILL
'II i all druggists. micheil.: .
y :
"" I! ------- 7.00 Silk Skirts... ......... .. 5.40 OfT A CHANCE 1 ':
S.'cretary-\Irs. Oeo. Hollmau. II'!
! FOR lUMBER WAHTEDHIDES.Dry FREE.
Trea5Urt'f-lrs.1'. J. Butler. Choice Flannel Waist worth to 1 :.
.t nn JIKKKMAN LUMUKll Hint hides..... ..... ...12'.c: 11. I of any up .
I' n N"Lima'htfore placing Chaplain-Mrs. S. C. Donaldson. Green salt hides........ ..... 7c $J.50 for $2.00. I Auction Sale for Ladies I II

,rderforlunibtrd11lr Guide-Mrs. Geo. Hchwatz. ,[1 Tallow, in barrels... ,. ..,.. Bc! !11'1 -. .. I : '

\ v n the time to older your Sentinel-Mr*. It. Myers- I Tallow, cakes . ...... .. C'.c'. tt, : l By Serial Rpqiie-it of many I ': II

t -i.na*cake.: such a= fruit, pound. In-tirance Sf'cretary-\Iri: T. J. : Beeswax, 2tJ cents per pound. j I I K "W. J. & B. FORBES. I i I Ladies of thi city, I will hold if'j
iiiii'iital lor kind of cakes attier's t
any Ask Pensacola bank for rating an Auction Hale for the Ladies I
any j
I' : Steam IJakery. Butler. i I 1
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'on me. ..":I! 'Iz. :: ......W.11II..1i ......'... '..'H9 IJII"; ; ';
J. W. WATKINS: I !

...CI..000000060000001OC..........0.o.S. O.o.oa ..... i,1 Brunswick, Ua. : Sajur T Morniof
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0i Fruit cake, best made,at Pfeilfer's wmm"NNl"r'WWrTnE ,

i Hello Stranger i Steam Bakery. I I Dec. 20, at 10:30: I .

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Clam Boullion at Solo LEWIS BEAR GO. I f i
mon's. Try it. 'II when thy will have an opportunity -
!
; THIS is 9 I to buy their Christ- I
I mats Gifts at their own' price. j' I
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BUY A HOME. "
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0A O. M. has I Wholesale Dealers. I Diamond*. Solitaire Rings, ;'I
Pryor purchased a Liquor t
I Studt'Midants, Scarf: Tins, j
Beers' Reposti 0 large: number choice lots which he i I I Lt>ck<'t,;. K.ir Drops, etc etc., !
ory will sell to desirable purchaser at 1 I WatchChan,*, Rings, I'
B : moderate figuref. : Clock Kronze*, riterlihjj.. !

Mr. Pryor is desirous of buildingup &-AGENT3 FOR-@ i! verwatu, .( I ware K ;trIs47 Tableware, 1'
9 509-511 South Palafox Street. : the eastern section of the city, | 4/\ Opera lit s, Field Ulassos,
and cnutnlliag a large number of j Green River ; i :Xovt-l J': j .
Whiskey
o 0e lot*, will sell them on reasonable' I I 1'
: n--I'UIJ. LIM: <>r- ,) : Ladies don't fail to attend
term.; to actual *tttler'JJlm | :t;. 'I I
this sal
e e as the best of order 1
; Hunter Rye Whiskey I will hI'' maintained Satnrday, I '
Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m, lOc'doz. Dec '.'0, at 10:30/ a. m. I ?

I Buggies, Wagons and Harness. f ., tit Solomon's.... j !: I I: ;
Old Quaker Rye -
4 Whiskey
Don't forget to buy the\!I ; I \ !
ceaos.o.to. .ooedta...o.o.... .0tr.ta. oeo a...a.>tteacCIIRTSTMAS
-- baby one of those nice little \ ;: Schlitz Beer ALEX i
: USCIIKOn1
RorkingCkairs from Mar :J
ton & Quina's. 50o. and I II ;

GOODST upwards.- .-- ---- ; White Rock Mineral Water I 226 S. Palafox St.TJII I 1 ., 1

1 I .:iL'udgiu's. tin: 3fsfor/ 01- '. i, *o .. I' 'j.:
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GEM' BOOK STORE, !,I 1 t7IaIIOLf9TIFtirt 38 EAST: ROMANA STREET. : I: 'BANKRUtSALE 4 J J.s n :r'i flY ,; : J' i

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laroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a}i i ViA UL r
CONSISTING OF Specicltl.Phono I i ; 1..

Albums, Pictures, Cards, Calendars, Baskets, 406. I Glassware Tinware- Il'hofe.al(' ifill 1i
Crockery Kctail t;rorers.IIFItDQCAit1EIti II
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Games, Books, Dolls, Purses, Prayer R. K. WHITE, FOIL HI

Books, Hymnals, Bibles. Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler Toys and BricaBracAT Family, Fancy and Staple I:

and Graduate Optician, J Groceries, rc ,
...Everything in the Way of Pretty Things. I ij
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IS Bead PtUfoi St., FeniMoU Fl* and All Kinds ff Crp-to-date Fancy 1
South Palafox Street. Goods. ,
=PRICES .I36 c$ 'II
l.o\r.=
We are Sole
I Distributors for Wfi t t;i
H. HEINBERG. W. F. WILLIAMS,Auctioneer. Florida for the Celebrated I
o=:::':::=_-.__-== -- --" -- Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Cafe MolasSP da
; ;
Illini and Climax Flours,Bjvle's .
n I IIi Above Sale will Commence Wednesday, Dec. 17, at Delicatessen, : -Amorfcan;
JettPROPRIETOR. "N and will continue at 10 Food C.x'a Canned Meats: Etc. t'
4 o'clock p. m., daily a m. andp. All I
: :of which are nld by all r
i f1tiSt1C f'f.10t0gf'apf.1g' : m. until the entire stock is disposed of. Shelvingand Retail OrOCffillG the city. flrst-ca

.! ii04}i S. Palafox Street. Counters also will be sold at close of sale. J I 002-001: :iOUIU: 1'ALAFOX. '

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20,1902
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J'.1 ft Called State, tneretorj, must be -. I I

POWERS WILL DEAL rected toward hastening Germany's ac-1
ti
i! tion arbitration
the
on proposal. The

,;t I It J Age I SOLELY \WITH/ 0, S, ', concern Italian position than that' 113,of of the course oth r of allies.loss Best for medicinal usesYour

I The Italian ambassador here In his in.tercourse .

I'' Concerning Question of Venezuelan with the state departmenthas
Makes been extremely moderate and con-
!i Ii s.'ccfate physician will tell you that you should always have some good wt-
giving
Secretary Hay the impression .
Arbitration. I house. For accidents, fainting spells,exhaustion,and other emergency cai-- .-
i that he is well disposed tc and revives. But you must have good whUkey.pure whiskey,for poor whoa. acc- '
iH HAY RECEIVES RESPONSES.: second: any effort of the United Statesto whiskey may do decided harm. HA\ ER WIIISKEY is juat what you ne.-(\ f' .: .
terminate the direct from our own distillery to you,with all its original strength richness i:d ,
Perfect -- present dangerous situation carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE ,,' i j'
; \ : Great Cntain Favorable to Arbitration ITY and AGE and saTing the dealers'enormous profits. We have over a quart ,.' .
I The French government has served million satisfied customers exclusively family trade who know it is oct for m,: \\
With Proper SafeI,;arils; Germany purposes and prefer it for other uses. Than why YOU should try it Your money tact j
notice
!I''; Beer is not of age until it has that without abating her claims you are not satisfied.Direct l't,
I 'I Accepts; Also, but Has Multitude of the payment for which has been arranged .

' : Ifjl been "on lager" for at least four Small Acijjstmcnts To Ee Made. she also claims the right to wet

, A ; have the claims of French citizens from our distillery to YOU
months. to
; iil to six capacity Washington, Dec. 19.-Stcrptary which have arisen since the adjustment """ lent

! f continually store 375,000 barrels = I II Hay nas received: partial responses above spoken of, considered by Sans DuUrs1 Profits I Prmnts Adullirailca I I" -

il horn tLe governments vf Great Britain the joint tribunal which will WOtntl
adjust
'
I : J J provides ample facilities : : Germany and Italy respecting the the Venezuelan debts upon a basiso

i ; !\ to properly age all brews oft proposal to arbitrate the Venezuelan equality with those of other nations. HAYNER WHISKEY JI

: I d: cuti-5. This contention is strongly resistedby Nnaru
; Great Britain: is favorable to arbitration
,! Anheuser-BuschBrewing n some of the allied powers and is
I! with proper safeguards; Germany one of the points which Is likely to
l\ SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE
f arbitration! in principle, PURE
St. Louis. U. S. A. I ctcept> lead to the consumption of much time

f Vrektri of the foment Budweiser. Mlchelob Black 6 Tan. Faust. hat finds a multitude! of small adjustments and which must be disposed of beforea

Pale-Lager. Anheuser-Standard. Export Pale and Ezquislt I to be made before entering into final arrangement can be made tc FULL $ -20 EXPRESS
I t
I rite atrifeneat Italy as the junior :
; arbitrate the case.FRANCE'S. 4
1 Orders Promptly Filled( by I
11 I )M.Ueiof the allies declares that she PREPAIDWe

i ALTRSI5: : 51OCG. Wholesale Dealer. ''I,i i= favorable to arbitration, but wl be CLAIMS. QUARTS Ie

bound probably! by the action of the far
PEXSACOLA. FLA. :
senior partners. will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYXER'S!'E\* N. SI
I I She Will Expect Equal Treatment YEAK-OLU RYE for W.:30, and "e"'llIl'ay the express charges. Try it and d
1 ____ _____ I II The rote to Keutwiu Telegram company With Other Powers. youdon't find it all riitht and as good as you ever used or can buy from _.
I tnncuncing: that Great Britain anybody else at any price send II back at our expense: and your 13M...I.! be
I i
Tans, Dec. 19.! -The foreign offu-t returned to you by next mail Just think that offer over. How could II be
I GRANTED NEW TRIALS. I FINE MARBLE : had sent a reply to the L'nited Statesis here desires; to have it understood fairer' If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better let us
-- as tollows; send you a trial order I r you don't want four quarts yourself,get a friend to c
I that the note sent to the French join you. Shipment made in a pl"l11 se e<1ca.e 1'1th 110 marks IOshow wbat'S
j Decisions In 2t Pajl's Police Corrup "The statements Issuing from Caracas
1 ton Cases. i I i iSt SHELVING PUT IN i to the effect that President: Cas- charge: d'affaires at Caracas does not inside.Orders for Ariz.. Cal., CoL. Idaho.Mont.Nev.' N.MCI. Ore..Utah Wash F
( ii ask Venezuela to give preferential or Wyo. must he on the basis of1 Quarts for 1.OO lit KxpreeM
Paul. 0,('. lit.-The supreme ,' tie has cnii>o\vt.rert Minister towin treatment to France's claims but onlytrl'3.tDlf'nt Prepaid or ::U Quarts for .1 .OO by freight I'repaid. '
] i art the Vene-
to HS representative
today equal to hat which tht Write our nearest office and do it NOW. t
; I zutla! regarded In London
j are as opento '
Fine pure white marble shelving; I other powers may receive through' I
BIT ij.,1 John Fittheite in the polite II I qutbtum. Any such action on the THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
their endeavors. This
('I)[. ;>Ion cases. Gardn-r was con I was yesterday placed at each of tLe j I pan of President Casto'uula: be con- claims which have arisen applies since onlyto ATLANTA- GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS, MO ST. PAUL, Mill,..

T I't.t i of bribery and hib attorney con I general delivery, and tamp wiudowa eUcrcd wholly beside the mark The
1SS!?. claims
previous been
having submitted
(:ji DISTILLXBT TBOT 0. ESTA.BUSHID 1SC& t
t"(1'( <) 'd! that aa he was a witness befoif concerned will deal solely with
I powers
at the pu,=tolliee, making a great improvement II to arbitration. Concerning re-
;r.p! .grand jury his evidence bo I the United States in the matter of arbitration.
cent claims France first offered to !
in that section of the permit
fore tkat body could not be used : The government of Venezuela I.
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t the Venezuelan courts to pass upon
araicst Mm.; building. The work was done by B. will not be consulted In any t
thorn, but since Germany and Great
They also urged that evidence showing i J. A VAN PELT. J. C. VAN
A Davis and finishes the the contrast form, not even as to the terms on Britain expect to obtain preference by !I PUT t

in th other' ir.dicatnn.nt offenses than were that admitted charged for the Interior of the govern- to which the arbitration powers" might b e acceptable resorting to forcible collection, the VAN PELT BROTHERS t

Th I French charge d'affaires has now beer
ripper court admitted: the conten ment building. I To secure these results the American ,
lions It will now be necessary tcroindict ; ordered to inform Venezuela that
ambassadors at London Berlin
I
4 Gardner as all other indict STUDENTS GRANTED AMNESTY. j and Rome have been working energetIcally France expects the same advantagesin GARDEN STREET GROCERS, j t
meats against him have been nollied I the adjustment of claims as Venezuela
to carry out the instructions ofSecretary ..
IN-
The n.w trial for Fttchette. who was By Order of Czar They Are Released! grants to Germany and Great
Hay to ascertain how the
convicted of extorting money for an From Siberia. I Britain This Is not intended as a AND..D I
proposal would be received. At far STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES
appointment to the police force, comes I ItOf St. Petersburg. Dec. 19.-The czar Is cof-rrive measure, but only to secure ,
a* England concerned, the safeguards
late. has granted amnesty to the students'' for France equal treatment with the

who were banished for rioting on his j to referred the question to are b'elieved of guarantee to relate -, other towers Fruits, Nuts, and Every Delicacy Suitable for the Holiday ...

$too, m:w.\ H $io<>. name day. He telegraphed to the I! t
The readers of this paper will be minister of the interior as follows: | which Is full of difficulties. In this Q- Goods Received Fresh Daily and Sold on a Small: .V: tr.-i-!..
connection as indicated in these dispatches r ? i
p.;; -.-"d to learn that there i is at leatu I 'Lt the students who were banIshed I Ii yesterday, some considerationis / t'i Free Delivery to Any Part of the Ciiy.

dreaded diseavs! that science i for creating dillt'hanf'ts; return''
.
) again given the '
to
from Siberia! although: they should feasibility of assumption thin figcatnro!i ca every box of the genuine VAN PELT BROTHERS
:. !bi". n able to cure in all! it>-tair.es not of responsibility for
any Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets ,
for the he
preicnt allowed
to live itt01"ll I :
HI i that catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh I ward ass<-sed against Venezuela by
: f::1 Cmi ithe only positive cure nowaiowu ;; where there are high schools j responsible private agencies but the the remedy that cores a cold In one day TELEPHONE NO. 23J. .'i .* ,< 31 EAST GARDEN ST.v.v .
Care must nevertheless\ he taken that !
;1 to) the medical fraternity! the I United States government is determined If you wish to purchase Chri.tmas
men their '
young on return be en !
t C.t.rr: bring a constitutional di<- trusted to the keeping of their families 'i I i not to allow itself to be drawn into presents for your children do not ",- -,---'.- -. --'V"' ,rf -' ,
r fcin quirt- a constitutional tr..at-I the position of a guarantor in this i i fial to call at :Mrs. John F. Pfeiller', /
! as I'l1l'huroun.lings will famillaru
'
Hall'-Catarrl.! i U No. 211 East Intendencia street.
tu :t. 11I' I case for the precedent once established .:
mil nially, acting dm-ctly thtytiu < I them with order." i I : .CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
. ; upon
might require the United
> bl.,1 :11.1 mU'IIII.lrfa'I'" IIf the The t",1egram.! which, was equivalent : States to "" .:.. ... ... anr,,

th..l'c-1y.-tr,, 'ill tl.H fintndutidi' to an imperial decree, pardons 53 stu- : bivomethe financial backer of all
,t: \ of tlit tliMM-i1. and :giving;: the I (!Vnts, exiled! to Siberia in addition to :> South and Central America However, I IiiI t W. FRYOR n & n J A LARGE AND ElEGAUT linE OF JEV/ElR/ ;', ;Wj:
if private
'j 1 patientrength by buiklinj:: up the the C2 student concerns can be Induced to

!j coii-titution and a..i..tlll nature in I I I enter the field the United States will ,'IC .1& OF ALL KINDS. ,'C .'1&

;{ r d"il.t it- work. The proprietor* do what it can to reduce thier risks
:Jloiher Graj's Sweot li>\\ilerg f r 25252525252525?525
J..ivc -u much faith in its curative Secretary Hay, Sir Michael Herbert, WHOLESALE'Fruits 52-c25252 525252525'r 252525252
,' ; ., that oiler Olio Hundred II I Children
they
In
pow. the British
... ambassador and Senator
i5 >,.ilar- for any athat it fails to Jece Ifully used by Mother bray. nurse In E.M. KNDERSEN. N
Depew were in conference !
t'2 Cure Send; fur lit of testimonials 'the Cliildrnn's Home In New York, Cure I IFi'verishnpss.Haa today andit 'I ,

I, Address, F. J. CUK.NKY: fc Ce)., i Htomacb Teething: Disorders is suspected that this phase of the tProduce K
;: TI.lt'dv.O. ,move and regulate the liuweU anli case was touched upon although no ---29 South Palafox Street:*

:: lSrSold; by Drussi-t: *. 75c.sir. Dtroy Worms. Over :PLOW) testimonials. I ITIt" confirmation can he had at this time. J <
525'2.5'22Si
. ,,,'rr filii. At all druftglsts.. ('ani- \ Thp German position presents thegreatr ; 2.52.5252525"25252525252525252.5'2525'752525:0
j I\MI.His..vrri.MON.; : 1 pre KUEK. Address Allen S. ulnmed r.e I I > ; .... 1 j I '
'. I ItoyN.\. ; st differences! for not only doesIt I Wa..i, C..t...t.., .1......... rt.... ieA...., .'-.w1..t .e"l V.haa;

,j \"r\ Regular:. conclave: oft I tJ'-r; which involve are: extremely a demand for apologies 121-129 East Goreriment 81.I \tl'lr, DIAMONDS: AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES.
w i Co..ur d 1."un C"l1Iman- It Keep \\arn and IJr)'. I repugnant to Venezuela :,rr.. S \ gffi{;
: '' : .Ql.lpr, N". U KriishtFeinplir but also !JJ- i
:
1 : presents so many hand and '"'
. .c-" .' \sk to-day for Aliens KootEa.e,a powderIt I Keeps constantly on canship ,;two ( STERLING SILVER AND PLATED WARE. < 4nutr ; !
l' at 7; : >t) 1' iii.i points requiring adjustment that it is at short notice: Holland Cabbage -
, ; ,i \G.rday.I-e.22. cun'st'billiUliis Swollen.Sweattng. ore evident that many days hardheatl Ruta lt.lgas in IW } i'rnmpt Attention to Kepairiug and Enra\'IIIIC
\ AchtngL'atnp rrt. At All druggists\ and or perhaps I ;
Work L
, ' bp
can effected and the
, ournin Sir Khi. hta are enurt ae prepared .
S
:i <>) ; i Ben Davis Baldwin. Russet, Hub-
" uu-Iv art ited. tor arbitration. And the danger bardon and New York A >
t spies : -
IIAJItW.. (Ilan;. of -May:! In the face of a blockade I
.A.
Peters'FRUIT | ple<, Florida Oranges Iluatan Cu- A. :bt i.
;( 1 ( il''s Kri/.F\: which wrlou;;;ly cripples neutral coanut;.. L. L. Rai.in full weight ; very

i'. E. C. commerce and invites hostile coIH-! I Texas Pecans Mixed Nut, Mixed
i4 t -- -- I font! with the Venezuelans cannot he 1 Candy Large and Smooth Stick 'SVCH ESSOR TO AVERY 6 WoOLKOLK.)

a ,\ Siweiii communication | -: oyerotitnated. The efforts Candy, White Red Kidney end
STAND.FRUITS of the IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
t- !i' of Ij-i.tuibi I'Jd..e No. 16, !J I Lima: Bean; California and Virginia -
, I F. ati-1 .\. M., 7W: p. n., :, mack Eye 1'ea. Virginia Peanuts -
G The Wortrt 'nrm !
;. 'uf'ilav, December 23.: 't Cheese Butter, extra fine in HARDWARE.
t \Vork in M. II. dejiree. Multitudes are singing the praisesof 10, 20 and 30-pound package; Beet, .

t Visiting brethren invited i! C4NB1ES MS CIGARS TOBACCO Kodol the new discovery whichis Hor e Radi-h, Cotton Heed Hulls in
W. D'C. KEsi.Mt, i i iHVRKY Sacks Cotton \Ieal.llest Shorts! Iron, NailAxes.. Shov|,, Saw Mill and Steamboat
Il \V. GIlIll"Y.. M.Secretary. : IC.. .:TC. mat ins so many sick people well I and Pure Bran. Supplies. Cooking and Heating Stoves Paint Oils

t. ;. _'_ _: j :and we ik people strong by digesting I To arrive today, 5uO boxes Indian Window Glass: Gun!, Pi-tols aud Fishing Tackle.

--- ----- 1i I Fresh Plant OystersReceived what they eat, by cleansing; and i River Oranges. Will be sold at Agate and Tinware aim llousefiirnisliin: (holl .

STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, *weetening the stomach and by once. No fancy prices.: ,

and transforming their food into the I Send in your Holiday: Orders at' trAOE\t; FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANYTS1

Tau CONOON, Captain, I OreneD.tily. kind of pure rich red blood that I once so they may have careful attention Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery

L will make regular; trips between Special Sale of Fireworks. and packing and before Wheel Co., L'tftin dc Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsomiue -
i make* you feel good all over. Mrs. prices advance.
Iron and Buck
aud I King: Stoves and Ranges: Wm
Point
Wellington
Pcnacola Cran fill, of Troy, I. T., writes: For (*Ship us your Turkeys Eggs Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide L'lee Leather Masury's
Freeport. Lpavu Ilaylen: street i I Get them Cheap for the Little Ones nuulber of years I was: troubled ana Produce and get best obtainable Made iilroad Colors.
wharf: Thur-Jiy a* G a. 12. and arrive i with indication and dyspepsia j prices.

at Freeport at G p, 111. same day. NICK:, which crew into the worst form. Masonic Temple, Pensacola FIR

Leave Freeport Tuesday" at 6 a. r.i. The Children's Friend Finally was induced to ue Kodo! I :
o and arrive at Penacrtl C p. m. same (I Id.l I and after using four bottle I am en t1eo. \\V.\ PrTOr} & Sons
'. Far, r-Aind trip ?:,; one way "il1.hl Si. between 1'alalox: & tray ten tirely cured. I heartily recommend \ SAMUEL
CHARLES
S.J. 12ului Ir | Kodol; to all suffers from indigestion I ;; ,
and dyspepsia. Take a dose after I Telephone Xo. li'H.

Foley's Money and Tar :: OPERA HOUSE meaK It digests what you eat. I I ltl p BOOT AND SHDE MAKER
John
Hargis: Pharmacy, Shepard, ,
{ cures colds prevents pneumonia ,
i
I ----- ------- I II Sidney Kahn. THE CORRECT TIME I REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
OXI: HIIT : n
If you want a nice present to give the Dec. fl I TOPURCUASE 2 3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather* Finding-.
to a friend go and look through ]I FRIDAY I..U CHOICEST jv (
,
elegant: Hue of suitable articles at I '1'1I0NIII.. MOT 'IOl'III! FALAFUX HTUKKT.
.1. I. Stephens, you surely can find -oFf I YOURChristmas
something to please yc n. If you I I

; wart basnre anything to see him in the before Diamond you buy.line Jules Murry Emotional Presents America's Actress, Foremost FRUITS f ANDCONFECTLONERI( I I Gifts The Star Laundry

I ....+.....+.. ....1l/bt/.*. ,
.....*o..o#.....*.*.*.*.*. -AT- :

: G. TABJUfflflS i f .JJX-l. ROSE TC jljHLiOGHLAlNj C. APOSTLE'S I i Biggest, Busiest, Best !

: i I We have time to show you our

N 14 East GoTermem St. Complete Stock of Good now before !
I the Greatest Rush
31 M\ PaM'Ji Street. U on us. The
.. selection is We 'r
Cordova Restaurant 8tan complete. cannot'
Formerly :
..........
and Ret Chance in NNNN* M tell you all we have; you must come : ,
Y tar First go- .. ...... One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71
t tug home to purchase your to $2.00 per dozen. and see. kl' :
A A We would like to call particular


*',! Christmas; Supplies ARTISTE GREAT IN' GREAT PLAY to=(GOLA=- i attention POCKET to our BOOKS lines of I ;;i for Themselves\ !L**


,
: -OK- 'Grist and Corn Peal Mills i We let the Shirts, Collars!
The Second OPERA CLASSES
and Cuffs we Launder speak for
Cantos K. F. GOHZ&LEZ & CO. Prop t
Fruits, Nats. Cites I I MEERSCHAUM PIPES I themselves. They will talk louder

j Oran Es, Binaias & Mrs. T Mtnnttctcreri i r ., than we can. We want to be judged
anqueray. CHOICE MEAL AND PCUEOKOUKE AND y more by the work we do than by
or anything you may want to make STOCK FEED. "

i vour table attractive. Written by A. W. PIS ERO, Author of i 1 Pktronlie Home Industry, for there U NOVELTIES IN COLD AND SILVER.Let 1 what we say.
PLANT OYSTERS:: DAILY "IRt ." very reason you horrid bay y oar Meal and
FRESH Stock Feed from the Home M nnf etnrer
lUTFireworks of all descriptions The Reputation of Miss Cochlan.A. for by 10 doing you encourage home indus us show them to you ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for Ul Delireredfree.
try. Your money U oommanlt
Second
W. Pmero and "The
low.
very and you in turn are indirectly benefited.Infoitering I TELEPHONE
C. TABARRAS, Mrs. Tanqneray" are the home manaactnrer you PETER LINDENSTRUTH 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

Li Fruit (II and. International. contribute to the cause of labor. You owlIt ,
to the community whIch you lire ana WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
OppositeThleenBuilding. PniCES-$1.50, $1.00. The and 30c. : .hlah contributes.. to your support 116 South Palafox Street. I ,
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY DECEMBER 2O, 1902 f 4

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::== Curse I! LORENZ'S MAGIC TOUCH. BOARD TO BE REORGANIZED.Much Enormous C HBInMU& gflEER H n n J !


I Hundreds of minent Cripples Doctor.Restored by Em. l Ii's So (Dig da Interest Railroad to Elections CommUflon.by Flori The growth of The Mutual


OF 1, New York, Dec 19.-The latest cllnie Tallahassee Fla, Dec. 19.-on January Life Insurance Company of! K'I

hM by L>r. wren in this city wasentirely To take cold. It's so common to neglectthe 6, when the newly elected rail New York is one hundred 1 -ATDannbeisser- ,4 '

su,ces&ful in its results. So cold. That is one reason why thereare road commissioners the Hoos. R. times greater than that of the It

DRINKcnnlI great was the crowd of parents with so many people with "deep-seated," Hudson Burr and Jefferson B Browne United States. Bros ; II
crippled children ll\'l'tient that taU stubborn roughs, and so many more with !, enter upon their terms of office, the "

I ia score of jwlk-emcn had to 1>+' called "lung trouble." i commission will have to be reorgan- The ptpu'atieo of the United States in trio *ai r.

I I to keap ruder in the halls ate corri- The short quick way to cure a coughis ized and a new chairman and secre- j' .

KY i dors of the Cornell University Medical Golden to use:Medical Dr. Pierce's Dis tary will be elected. 23,191,876The Importers and Dealers : I

college in which institution the i:....i It 1 Is understood that the Hon. JohnL.
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. I I covery. The quicker population of the United Stiffs ia zoo; wu Wines Liquors Cordials and
operations woe porlormed. this remedy is used the Morgan the holdover member who 1 "

/0' t+,.ft 10'.If..r (da br 9ireN 1liIedge.i. q/e/II Pltrrfi Three of the patients treated were quicker the cure. But has been chairman since the resignation 76,303,387Asset :* Cigars. : : '
,
'r y' ""'itpolaaryl sufferers from congnmal dislocation even when neglect haslet p of Chairman' Henry E. Day, on *

Wbl:!' UK-bin ""01 ood*"alcoliOllO iiirurt- ntro of the hip and the fourth opfrdtion disease fasten on Oct. I last will aspire to continue as New* of The York Mutual ia Life Insurance Company of r
"r 1850 "hen old,
III" the "Golden li 7 years w-
rd app"lants.ahrlbrrtb lungs
dirn- confirmed
the W'., 51).111 nl Iii ?drinker" or was upon a little girl both of whose Medical Discovery" x' head of the board.It Ageuts for the Justly Celebratedand i

lO..brlal", a lmpi"tlp'' "y rhr' nvon>!10 bavl!aadruDIIIrd feet were clubbed. This case Dr. may be relied on to Is generally believed also, that $1,278,388Assets Reliable Brand of I. W. Harper r

.. hr' xluhohe', .IIl/uor. aHElr u.lugapp..UI. Lorenz described as the worst he had cure in ninety- F II II Mr. Browne, who is credited): with gub-- and Other Pure Brands of Whiskies ,

Waite Ribbon..d tit'. Rc1ZIt tl.I..r"Y f.f 1V. C. T' U seen in a child. When the stretch- eight cases out of I f'' ernatorial aspirations for 1904 II i a of The New Mutual Life Insurance Company .! and Victoria Beer.

puL.r..Iri.. 1"JOr... Dr"' iup..rlllleadent of vena WoI'rn'prfUCU leg ar.-d kneading of the feet was every hundred. canddate! for the chairmanship. In York January J. 1902, ,

IDa a(('all'utlllIITII.'lIrl-llI.n ...: "I Union have tested- over the doctor raised the child in his The only motive this contingency Hon. R. Hudson $352,838,971The t

Ii.ikardand!. Ribbon KcniHly Ib..cur on have very been obstinate many hands and set her en her feet. With for topermitthedealer substitution is J, Burr will hold the balance of power. Everything your Bullet or i

,,. .iv' res tbKeinwdy wag given selv the mere pressure of his finger and to make the little Mr. Burr has as yet given no indication largest strongest Life Camping Outfit can be procured i
: cjwrfulljr:, recommend and tnrW thumb he sat both feet fiat and extra profit paid on the sale which of his colleagues he will
nrltr''in llemedy.: ember of 'II Insurance Co. in the world. from us. !
of less meritorious medi support in case of a contestAs 1
narolh-il-lighted find au bconoItment straight and cheer after cheer broke .
i r to aid u. lu our temper- cines. He gains.: You lose. to the much ]
secretaryship a
.. out as the complete] success of the THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE

c is )r by mall fl. Trial package CIK ration: was dcmor.trated.n! effort Therefore for "Golden accept no Medical substitute Discovery." more important position than the attached COMPANY OF NEW YORK Jug Trade a Specialty.COUNTRY :

mg Mrs. A. M Townsend (for was made to ltt the professorto salary of 1.00:: would suggest
"I am feeling quite \\'ell.'rilp Miss DorcasA. the RICHARD A. MCCI'RDy, President.
MID secretary of a Woman's Christ. operate on a case of wry neck Lewis, of.No. 1129 nth St.. Washington, V. C. incumbent Royal C. Dunn, of ORDERS: SOLICITEDand
|i" Temperance Union'', 218 Tremont which was in the hospital but he sad! "My cough is very much better, and I owe Il all Madison seems to have a good chanceof CI CI:* AVILLCOX, tanager Promptly Shipped.
.BOton: Mass fold In ivnsacoia by '. to Ir I-icrce's .olden Medical Discovery. Icannut re-election.! There are several candidates Jacksonville, Fla.
SI hr had done enough for the da} Heaerrrd *ay too much in pral-e of the medicine.I
),., 81 S. PaUIox StGFtER llOWf to at had been quite a sufferer for a long time and for the position.! Mr. Dunn's
\'l'r. operate on after: reading DoUor Fierce' Common Sense U. II. 11101t'iTOS.111.. Main Home-401 S. Palafox street.R. .
least one such case In Cellevue hospital Medical Advterthought; would Medical Discovery. I commenced taking it in Mebanc, a Tampa stenographer who R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. i
today Mar, is/r.: had not been sleeping well fur a long
time. Took one teaspoonful ('f Dr. Pierce'sC.oMeu has served in the railroad business P. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. "

J. [ f. ( : DIED UNKNOWN IN ALMSHOUSE.Pennsylvania night without Medical coughing Discovery, so and I continued slept nearly takingit. all for several years Try the NEW Want Column. Phones 116-268.: '
The reorganization of
r I am in great sympathy with I'v..rybodwho the railroad
+ suffers with a cough. I had beta a sufferer for commission: at this time! is attended
Stone Cutter .Missed .
1t1rs more than tentar I tried lots of dlflerent
medicines and different doctors, but did not feel with peculiar interest because of the' r .p.1s.. .1a.. .......,.JTi. ..T.rr. ... ...............;...-....;-.;......--.;. ;1r.WyrxWrWW .
; Destination in South - - - - _'. .
ire 1 Carolina. much better I coughed: until I commenced spitting fact that the necommlsson: is I.- '"W'' W Wtrl t.r!%-! I
bJwxl! but now I feel much stronger and et-
9 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. ;.I Columbia. S. C.. DI'('. 19.: -A vrrysaj am entirety will Dr llerce's Golden Medical. rect d to pursue a much more drastic WE HAVE ON HARD AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY THE V){ f-
case has just come to light! in this Discovery hlh. be--t medicine I have ever ULtn.My policy toward the
railroads than
"
city. John Dougherty about Cit years II Pr home> l"ierce's is in Willium.sburg Pleasantlets Virginia.are a la has been followed! t-y the old board. fflI(i CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES f!|;t I

r old who left his home In Chester Pa., dies' laxative. Xo otheruieJicine equals and this will bring the chairman and ,

ChristmasGoodsf this Au T.cr.unty ii,; lat on ditJ the in 21st the of almshouse that month in I -thrin- for gentleness and thoroughness.-- -- -- secretary people very prominently before the :: FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES, SEEDLESS RAISINS, :(i :

.. .
} amt it appears that his relatives have : : AHD ALL ARTICLES NECEsSARV S''rI'3

-:, been unaware of his demise. I XeYork.Feurnler. Coming Dec. 19.to-America.According tc ANXIOUS MOMENTS. ( ) '
itheriy, who was an expert stone I Irutt a cable message reroived: in this city Home of the most anxious hours ofa 1i i CHRISTMAS CAKES. i .

a.! 'r. len: his home last August for IInry Pournler. th,. French automobllist. mother's life are those when the (i;Ji) (
". WirnM ore to work In the tone 11RALSTON'S j
aid quarries will! come to America early in little ones!' of the hojsehold have the ; FRESH SUPPLY OF ; |i II I
LARGEST LOT ,; !In that virinlty. He jjever reached January to attend the automobile show I croup. There is no other medicineso -

'.;. ha! dcstisailon.; Recently his I at XIadisoa: Square Garden. It is bej j elective in this terrible malady I! OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS 1j'OF :

li'J frl.r-js, who became apprehensive as lived" that fw ir.ten.'js: to establish in as Foley's Honey and Tar. It is a ; ALL KINDS. ".,
-" -- to his. safety Instituted search for household favorite for throat and .
i America a factory for the manufactureof : : FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. : '
trouble and it contains ;(J'
t him. Tho attention of Itev.: T. J. Ho- lung as no I I1! IttJ
the type of French machine which
of St. Peters Catholic opiates or other poisons it can be .. .;
party. church :: ROBERTS & DAILY I :
: he has used in his! record-breaking I safely given ,
fireworks was attracted by the inqury reaching trials. It appears from the official I I ) (,)
1 he-re j este-rday. anti he gave the information reports of the automobile club of 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. I !

tell that Dougherty had died in France that Fournler is still I PEARL & DOLIVE. 1'holle I't'iisac-oia, Fla.s .
l the: holder R 1"r _ ,,_ _ .;!
the al nshouse. Father Hogarty .
Fruits of All Kinds, '= ga'eUtP of the world's kilometer of 29 1-5 .v !_-.'.r'_ .*._- .*t.-.!. r.. '-. .. ,4...-...,..r..v.'>, *- -.'*.-_ _.*.r. --r.!! ... .
7 1 unknown burial! of the Catholic !;('('onds. Ang eres: covered the dis- Call on them at the corner of Gar. !-'-'-" --'W! Wa W C'W.,W. __

:; chu:'<'h. tan.ce In 9 soeon-la flat, but as this I i' den and Alcaniz streets for carpel r.A
Christmas Candies
.... toColumbia !
I. It 'ms that Poughwty came time was made in a trial, for the mile I ter and electrical work,or phone C60. LEG A WING '
; !
.
instead of setting off at j !It Is -: ?
.y not accepted by the French gov' '
Fancy Nuts Winushnro. On arrival here he made ernlng board. II I 1 AND A CUTTING OFF !

application to the chief of police to be I

Chsce Cigars I .q' eat to some place where hi could Took Abandoned Ship In Tow. I THE BREAST OF A NICE ;

; rest and recuperate. He was sentto ..
up I
Idon.. D(. 19.-The BriUh steam Three tiny Capsules ircsupcr.cn
Y where he died few TURKEY FROM
h the almshouse a
North '' '
r Point from
: Philadelphia! to Balsam of Copaiba: ,
: -'\ Fat and Fine. days lattr. Dec 11. which passed the Lizard today Csbob* and Injection. f I'1JD' 'l'I

(signalled that she had in tow .", 'llTI'to 48 hours the I I)
ray 111V.' \\V A TEnS &
for Child. I
Fight a ID
--- m i I the German steamer Pure Oil from ,s"' t.ea.p, .1lh'.Ji tittn. "r, i \\ ,, i
Knoxville. Tenn.. Dec. 19. conj j .
.
hamburg II'I, for Philadelphiawhich : cm It If" u n'IICCIg14hARPER! : 1
\ test in court has arisen as to who
; I I had previously b s-hall have the Custody of Lutlit-r _
J J if/;:' ,./ WIII StIlitlIi tea: I I Floyd Rostra!; a child. Judge J.V.. (by'(1. the Further mist which signals prevailed were! obfcurrd but it Is- u i and your wantwtl'' bs promptly atteudnd to.

kt ra! I Sin V. tin; granted a writ of habeas I'I'I supposed that the North Point meant R. A\r. WATERS & CO1S -
: William Gardner ,
I ( t.ri'ii.-! ricting and
THE CITY. i iI to convey t.hfInfurmatlon that thi ,
K' I wife t" i roilure fire child in court on I crew of the Pure Oi! had been ,;nrod .> South Palal'lISII'c.'t., (Now sln'ii|'anl B"iJllill-: ) I:
"',,.41" n.t Satuiday. Dec. 20. when the court i
k. ;" We have the Chnicp Cuts of Western auJ Jlu'llf'e'lt"l: also Chickens
-.r \\ dl\ Ih! t'TIlilthl'! light of \V. T. Robors Union
and All Ve Ptables. Tclriilidiic' X II. 21ii!j.
to pl.:.-> t, thi child. ,
Rlrmlngham! Ala.. n, ('. IP -PTPSI


Ib I C.t Ites\ I t F' & G;, T'h Appointed:'lItll'hla. General Ut-c. 13.Manager-Charles 0. dent police Ed to of Flynn keep America a of lookout the hRs United for asked: a negro MineWorkers thi HALL & KLEIN, : I Ii

GwatKin! formerly gpmral western i
named Tlurrell Graham who it 1 i.- said i
a-r. nt of the Wisconsin Central rail- I
INSURANCE has in his possession" about $M>0 of a a 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. '
r.ial| has been appointed general manae ; 'I
the money belonging to the union Thi y I I,
A X 11' ,-r IIf the Guatemala Northern rail- '

I nv't!. \\ 'th 'a'iartT6! | !.rs at Guatemala treasurer monf''a of deposito.1 the) local union with at him belle!a.1- Staple and Family Groceries ,
I HEAL ESTATE :
City Tiiatrmala. Gwatkin! a native Sampler. .\ reward of $i0;; has been

No. I South Palafox Street. of Lynchburg. Va. offered for his arrest.
Select Meats, Vegetables Etc., in Tins.
Favorable Report Ordered. I
Vessel Arrives
I t. i I.I it of r>t' irablt:! Disellius Safely.
Wa.j'iinjnon.:! IH'i1. 13.-Thp house London. Pec. 19.: The owners! of Poultry Eggs and Country Produce. ]
Ulit in Various Parts j
committee interstate
on coranrM-ce today
the British tteamer Topaze. whir b was i
,>f the City: ordi-red! a favorable report of the +
seized: by a mob of V nexuelans at Telephone No. 358.
I I"' .. with cellar department of commerce bill.. The
-lory dwelling. P''rto Cabello Pec. lo. resulting in thibombardment
.,1 attic, containing rooms all The Aristocrat among j
vote on reporting it stood 5 to 3. The of forts
: there
hy"l'SSP15
t in. d i. r 1i nini'Mi'iief", in most dtv ,
<.101 l -.'.1:on.u.; !+ West LaKua.1 provision for including the bureau of of the allied! : powers have received a the Whiskies of the old : ,

-.t I I-A" >u! il.i-lmlf i tory bou'i .fontain- lator In the r* w department was l'e-I cable" mrs n fl announcing her safe' i''
n,'. I. niontnil, nunlntn -ulI\.n- tflin '4 on a tie! vote arrival at Cienfuegos Cuba. School. Without a peer. WICNE&COI
_
111 iituttlnl. Ml No. Til in-t La -- I
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) I.1.1 HTL", otory-t. dw.-Iing, 1" rooms atNip forty Years Tnnurr. For Bale byDannheisser ,
NAVAL STORES :aIALIKIT
*.' }.astumtnnurnttrrrt. I Plumbep Gas and Steam itte
I Large. :--tory ,I.....1I111: coaiuinidK'ioil To be relieved from torturing di,,- Bros.
.. witn nil ni<.tic rn cimvni- deported Daily fur The !Vega ii" i :
i i-.situatcoii Noiili Knylen $t.. e'l.e after forty years' torture might Union Xaval Stores' (Jr..
!i" i A. c u Pit ing and In':-;otu street.
1.. t\ ilnelli'ii lit No.'uiN i ..*tl "...r1 I well cau-e the gratitude of any one. BORIS.A'W No. :a South Palafox Street, I I
with iroom near belt Hue
.Mt, t'll .;a<< tlirou.:boul.i I That is what DeWitfs Witch Hazel ?.................u 2", H........._ .. i: 'III All Xindd 01 Plambin and ftaa Fittings Materials Kept on Hand I I

t:.t ." ".i-' .'aeuulltinbrltliue. .> :No. 411v salve did for C. Haney: Geneva, O. w(7--------------3..4) HV ..... ........ ...... 1u "'5'11 P.J"N'"' 7N wyar'.1 lit A t 1..4 I
between Keu-and
; r l I'r
> ... ,.. ... _..._ dSIIaITiTuars ;,
.i I :ooiiis bath.city wtKerfliiilKlk' j: Ha( says: "DeVitt'sVitch Hazelsalve S w F ----------------.i HARDBRICK
M .. .. ._ ....._ 3 85 E..__........ ..... I ; -- I :
\1.1.1.cuiilit--:i %.111111; No. 'ii\Ve,Wright alldK" cured me of piles after I had Ie... ... .._...._.. :i "5 U...... _........... I 15; i

w : 'f 1.01 ,roomcity<. loi uii |ir.>ium water>'iit corner j suffered forty year*.' Cures cut5, i..... ... ._. g Si; C A below ..... I -, I' !
III !> 'ifiii-i- tli-triii. I burn?, wound r-kia dif-a-es; ; ]>;- t i-K. Zjiq.u.orsFOR
., <
-l-, .tor) itw.liu I "t No. *f, West I i
Ciregory! elitist \\lIb ,; rooui<, on belt ware of counterfeit HarjjU" Phar- II
line,lit good lnistory I
Jotu
darkling ,-,'fl1I'r chnsrand macy, ht'rrard. Sidney Kuhn.: OA.STOTIIA.: ;I --
/l.aroelonii s t ova..:rooms. I Bean the > the ltd You Hats EUarsBJjpTry
'tort'SatIltngo.t"l Kii-t; Wright
-. ..,-I. .i n>oni3city watri.and gas. '111111 iFKtty; I II Sguture! l4- I
1-story do'lIulI00. 41Sest
,,-, street,& room-,city water and I The undfrrL'iied takethi.method of -t< I,
I --- ,
x ladling! :No. SKI ":::1,11"20- 'f Dil'-rmv'/ her .-ervictas a
t. 'i rooms on belt line.lA'Ilm ar-t-cl..*!? licen-eJ midwife. hav- Guuther'a Candies at 1 j.
AL\VAYS ON HAND
a <, No. 7i,>.Kailienn.runiiis Kust 'er-. I i lUg had 83; year? Solomon's. \
-iet.uear St. -
Can give be-t of experience'j
outhouses (
large -AT THE- : ,
mm on Mb at'nur.inntlrrda"tlrngs leading physicians of I
i us well MKS. M. OIHDI.NO, I I j ;uJnq's, (/he des / 'r ?r.FRUITCAKE" .

-tor.atdolneeNOBltxr.THOS.. C. WATSON i CO.:, I !jltf lit :South DeVillier-. I I _, Reliable Kentucky Barrel House, '

1 i !',I"t. Ki-nialnnd Insurance
suui'i!, l'alatoStreet.. Go to the West Florida Steam ,

JSakery for your fruit cake for Chri t-I -TO-

;\ Every Woman REMOVAh.I nja*. They make the best. 25 cents i MILLIONGet S. A. Friedman : ',1,1bOLE

> WtnlensiB a ,.dkinw I I II per pound. 3dtf. i I ONE ,
oLV. at' ,
r ul.frrfa
,L vl"l'l M4R\IL Whirling Spray PROPRIETOR d 1 il'il'j i
S-vj; Tvww! uta.islrl ;. 7,,ra i iI Herring Bros. i .:j
GCti '-*uad .v'.. i *, -at Jacob MorrisHAS ; '::11 l I
eIItbl.r I (GOl'LDING i Our Prices Before I am now receiving the Largest and m-.>-t ex.Ilent assortment of :.11

dr.rel.t fora, t1, I MOVED FROM RAILROAD Have specially constructed Wajjons j' Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins :.t1 f

N llll ll.:.end, arrpt,! Ar,rn. i I STREET TO H If* OLD STAND \ for the removal of dead animals I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ,
.,-.r.l.tal r ref from the city limit :. Purchasing.Capacity j
< +Tearat'.llrr.l.aln. f Alo the Finest and Largest Lire of Ca e Bottled Good t
. ladlM. X11HIaLn.. i4 ,. 136 East Intendencia Street. | Will remove dead horses or cows for j i
One Attention Given to Mail .
o Times Kldg.. New York i iH Dollar each. I Special Orders.

>'re you will find a Full Line of i ii Address Or leave orders HERRING Goulding.BRO.S.: "! I guarantee honest mea*ure, be=t qnaliiy in J hWF-t; pric?. Rure to E f

CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH i HomEhold ai KitchEn Fgrritare : 135 East Intpndencia ctreet.C1W 501000 Daily.fyief,1il1an send your Christmas order to ,

fifiYROYAl PILLS I -- __ I '
S. A. :
FRIEDMAN
y -. ."ram.l..d! ,,,. <1..Ir KrtiDlitr.1 )btt"p"Ip. Carpet*, Rugs, Matting V NO1IC'Lv_ I ;
\ % Iio Ir.n *"* ir ft - Y t
'Hti1)Tt.lt'* 1.";L1sN *, hilts: Stoves and everything i NEITHER Palafox Street. P. 0. Box 41V
the captain.owner 331 South PENrfAC'OLV FLORIDA.
I... lrII' Gold .. ," .. ....., I k" -
'I wi.....,h. iI.'... in inn Hou*Furnishing; :, nor eonsiKneeii ol the ier 6
HersiliA will be Brick
': H.b.tli.la..d' ...." n!1..1'1e..u Line at Moderate[ Prices for 1 for debts contracted responsible by the s


"'" ? II..1..a..1.01.4 II, r-a 1'.rdrdM.I..to..to.:...w.-.,...,,'.rr.,...,i 1.>Tr.h.UU..,,'"...1ui.,..'...'...,Pale.iMUU.l.V(',.*..,. I',' Cut or Da the listiMeit t Plan. Drew H't'r Consignees.of Bros said vessel., F. MATTHIFSSEV Captain WdH, Pine Barren, Fla.Go"I I Ill IB T }N IK/ 'W}l! T ;m1" C U I t a



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1902

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J :; $* : FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-
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Argument. p 4 ="" =
Oven 10 NEWS FROMWASHINGTON i --


it ii: Suggestions m: HE

Ii. Its work.In the oven is the gtronzr-st argue : '

1 ment In fa\.r..f "Will Ln K" liakingfow- I (Ei:) -FOR- 1;(!)

G Oer 7 tie Mtat"DlI'nttry huus.'-ke.l,t-r uin I Up to 2 o'clock this afternoon I r., I SAME OLD STORY !

,. benwlf. The fait that It mukes the I !
--Ofy fur Holiday Buying
+ ,
U here had been received no news :
,
U11 Twit waHeb, 1.1.i .. and<." kela Why I' -anf :' %*
1 11 om either Mr. McGourin or Capf II

f |1j, be r. 'J In Train Loads. i'I.I 'orthup: that would indicate that !I 0 AT 0f E)) b CHRISTMAS AGAIN

I 1 :'t II had acted iu the mar- !
le president

I i.. ,, Richmond.lrginim.. i, slt aship! fl;; ht. It is learned that !\\f!i' TliE BIG STORE. 1f 1fIi ';
t j' .-- i I !Vi i ....AND WHAT SHALL I BUY?... -

':, n ; 2525 z55'S2S25255t lli'b t a een number wired of to long Washington messages have this : I I V

; LADIES' Slippers, Felt and Kid.... .... ..... .... .... .... .... .
h i EVENTS : morning, the telegraphic tolls on Useful Articles in House Decorations. tl _
SOCIETY I (E Ii i: (;] LADIE5' Black Felt Juliette .. ...... .... ...... .. .. .... .... .. . -
{ .8. These
ot ne having figured over .
I : I ; Lace Curtain. fj;;| LADIES' Black: and Red Velvet Colonial... ............ .. .
.j ir t; is understood were sent by friendsf .J
: !.I a AND PERSONALS Capt. Northnp, and followed immediately i. Bobbinet Curtains.; >(l|| LADIES' Pat. Kid Colonials; also and :;-:orap............. .

r, Roman Stripe Curtains- 7V; MEN'S Slippers,.Embroidered Velvet; also Felt............ .
the receipt here of a con- i
E! !, i -2SC522525 CS 52J] ;I fldentialmessage from the candidate I !() Damask Curl ains. >W MEN'S Slippers, Black and Tan Alligator...... ............ . l '

il t i. J. Davis of )it. Pleasant, Fla.o': f that name. Its contents were kept Hugs, Art Squares, Velvet Squares. 1ftI MEN'S Slippers, Black Tan and Wine Optra... ...... ..... .., .

; w.f an arrival last night at tIe Es- I I MEN'S Shoes, Patent Leather Lice. .... .. .... ............ . .

1\,! ..m9ia.: ac profound Both candidates secret. have promised to I I Fancy Japanese and China &MattiD :'I.''y I LADIE Serge Shoes Lace and Congress ...... ......... .. .

i I i 1. L M. Bedgood and wife, of Atlas notify their Pensacola friends as I I LADIES' Serge House Slippers ..... ...... .. .... ...... ... ,
( >
I. .I': ". i. are among the pleasure seekers;; Just Received. : : i INFANT'S Soft Sales, in 15 Styles and Colors...... .... .

; :' t' :!l\n Escambia today. jon as Roosevelt acts.PORTLAND I{!;J Drapery Silk 30c yard. JJ; I I -'ASM1 Hud S )lei, Lice and Button 2 to 6.. .... ,

M"=srs. O. C. Simp.-ou and J. P.tlJwell .
CEMENT at ;; Drapery Silkaline 10 to 15c yard.
. business men of Boston, gs j:..Ju per barrel. A. V. Cu !1JS. 1 i (tiJ'i I -
1
Down
Pillows to 75c-
.r'; ut the Merchants today. Corner Bra and Garden Street:: ?. 45 t.** I
-- -- ; Fine Wool Blankets $4 to $7.50. ; Ii i
1 tits Fan Turner arrived for the 1 i (Eij) MEYER SHOE CO.
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; '.!days Yf"terdnhe is a student THE WEATHER/ TO-DAY. i Sateen Covered Comforts -$2,50 to 350. ..:. ,

. F j' : ..." Agnes Scott Intitute.K. 1, 1j.: I::1 I E
LOCAL KOKFCA Showers tonight;Sun- I Ready-to-Wear Department. | Feet rurui hers for ('a .li Ouly.

!, )! 1:. Taylor alto S. P. Miller, d ay fair; cooler; south winds shifting to ,. t

l :i i-iuees men of Block Station Ala., weft, and northwest I 1(:) Walking Skirts $1.50 to $7.50. (:;) 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. r

\ L" registered: at Hotel Ecambia.'lr i t.? SzlkSkzrtsC.oOtoll.tJO. ,.:., ----. I 1

--. W A. Hood and Mr?. Dell ; Temperature in Last 24 Hours: (i Pique Waists $1.75 to $J.OO. I
iiximum_...._._................... .. .. .... decrees : ( ) ( ) t
"\ lh ,butb of Ocean Springs Miss., ,minium[ ..........._..._ _... ............. 41 degrees! I ).. Silk Waist Bargains. ..;.. Merit Wins !
j t.' tt the E-C lllbil for the next ; :
Flannel
Waists at cut prices. (EIl)
1 vw dayj.MM. Temperature Elsewhere: I !() Monte Carlo Coats. I II
< }Iax. Min. '

A.E. McMillan of Pine Barr }tlanta._ ...... ..... ............5>> 40iisniarck -- _. .
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<.u came down last evening to do': i ...... .........................S 4 lhicngo > I' (M I !( I
(: ..._ ,........__..._....- 4. :84incmnatl ::! Boys Clothing.
i -ouie Christmas shopping: She returns j jI c: ..............__&i 311 ... 4 i, -OFFICE OF
Gatveston---............ ...._ill M *
I $, this evening. : Huron ............ ....__-_ U :(:) 'fflif(; Over 200 Suits to Select from at {I:1)1)c. )
J ftcksonville....., ..._._._ _.60 U
J. F. Grime?, the organized labor: hanaa.City_..-....___._4'i 4: ... '., 9c; t7 $-1.50.
I i 1A i KeyWest ..... ..... ...........__....7! 66Memphl9 I _'io 11. I I
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Tex., arrived ,
1 man from Galvetou, ...... ................ ......5- u (J' I 1()
from the east coast last night en' 5..toblie&I' fi'K: ; : New Line of Neckwear: for men
Montgomery .............. ......4I \11: ,'e:;i :
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if .it" to his western headquarters. New OAssns .. .... ............ 6- 4_ i .I ; ana Boys. ALFRED DC
... ....... 1 "'-w" ;"" : (
yew Yurko 9'I :r2savannah. () .'. M..
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t -.I"s; Fan Warren returned home ... ........ .. iI, IdSt. V. ., .1;;; 'A" ,
Loult .. ..... 00 42 ::0'\,5: Shoe Department. .
;, 1.'t night fur the holidays from I t: {r .:ut. : '
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I', H'-lliiH, Virginia, where she has II (!l \ 4 : l'p-to-Date Styles In !Slippers for !)
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it .' ;j.: n attending liolliu Institute.Judge |,'7',1[ i ladies and Gentlemen. Is' ....PENSACOLA, FLA. .
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MARITIME. I .. .J.I
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euiamin S. Liddou of U
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: M ; : p"cebffittf -
$* ; :
K.Cut
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' : Itiianna came down last night to \ : Millinery

I ..I" after some important legal ( ) I ()

.I h'-ines, lIe may be found at the Hr SH Twickenham A KEJ\.ED.It>ii: Mann Pasca- II &: ////. ...,,i !i .ly pus Store trill l)9 oP'n El'fry !TWO REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GET YOUR

311'reliant*. I II ;;nula to Gulf Transit Co for bunker coal I / //'. I Main to s 0'iloik l'ntil.\ftt'r ChristM I
E'('J ? i
I Brss Jacob r.rlRlu: Ira[, Anderson Jlo ton // .
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1 1,0, I'ensucola Lumber I : < '/ I in a-,. Vtjj
; H. P. Brown of Louisville, Ily., I -
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-- - : OHRISTMAS
-amongthe early morning arriV' CLEAKF.D. 1 i : :

01-! He is what is known as an Br 9 Twickenham. Itil.l: Mann hv dull
ran.!t ('0 for Kut-nos Ayres \\'ltl1Jo' tons
'
Id-timer" among the commercial' roil,valued at?"TJ !JUillirtiit oI & ion. i
; :. i... and is a jolly fellow. ; !I ( ) Moil
""ILP.D '
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, I :rr;;. W. H. Garfield and child arrived Hpan ss Oona.lI-.lIocl1; for Tan pa **' AND W\NE8.\
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L I from Atlanta last afternoon to 116'! ...'1'i". -. ---- .. I e 1 e in
; Peusacola.l'! THE SHIPPING. :: : .f- -_ tw= : ;LY: '' : ;;.l .-:.:.. !
-,'f'ud the holidays in I ,

I : Mr. Garfield: who 1 is now employed |i iII VESSELS: : IV I'ORTSTEAVSH11'i. I II Ii I -r-nf'\'U 14K.vmJYLOOG- $.

Atlanta, will be here this after- i CH.\ IBEltL"\IX'S

I ", '.1. i. Aust Dorotea, ls.7, Scoplnicb: to Gulf"ransit STO\l.\Cn: AXI) LIVIMI TABLKTS i

4 Mr. and Mrs. Geo ?Emmanuel, l>utch Co Pordrf'l'ht.I\1i.j\1.5f'r.to II Hover Try them CHRIS I THIE8EN)J [ !

1!j I w.-u, were married Wednesday! ,, I Co Swed E.IH.l'\'III. llorndabltoL.t: N K U I When you feel dull after eating. ) ;

cs.:lit, delighted THE NEWS force : Uer Krlphia. 12M, Law to Ii 8 J. ('oir .I When you have no appetite. i
tia KarHwoud, II"'. Brown, toIi Key- I i
::: morning by sending to the of- I IfCf ser *' Cospan 1 When you have a bad taste in the I KEEPS
. ranchca, 17'<\ Kehevabsia, to Gulf mouth. ,
"'inters wish Mr. and Mrs. Em- Cit-r Hersilia, I:!"i, Matthiessen.to Gulf:
i When your bowels are constipated.
Transit o
Full Value for Your !
Cruel a long and happy named i Span Ida I'.AI, Arana.tnGulf Transit Co i i When you have a headache. THE Money
It butch Kattnareclit, 1.C.l.Tetnsca.to U 11 When you feel bilious.
Full :Measure !
I. i Joxer ..' !' They will improve your appetite
Aust Olimpn. Hoggla, to Hog iaKr
Miss! Cedele Clausen who has Pectan 477n, llockrr to Uulf'1'rl\I1.lt cleanse and invigorate your I stomach : Purest Liquors : Nothing Misrepresented !
I Br: Thornly. 1>J7, Major, to\V L \\'ittichk and regulate liver and I
your
{ b"on attending Word's Female )I IStr.iiniry Co
1I Nashville arrived in'i '' br I'rsnla Dright, 2111. Coode. to I-ecsa- bowels. For sale by all druggists KK I
at I
I Satisfaction GuaranteedOR
cola: Lumber Co and medicine dealers.
I "lI .icola this morniug and will :011 t".;. I -- -- -- -- I ....Family or Medicinal Use.... i
,1 X"rid the holidays with her pare1tsI Nor Cbarlp" Dickens, Ian, horrenie, toord..r JUST received, a beautiful ,

t jl b i i': their beautiful home at Santa: : | It Hl: .... l>a. oaeto.... toorder i assortment of J\"eck-; i iI OR FOR YOUR I YOUR MONEY REFUNDED.
t Ital t\\ nla. l.H Majgiola! Simpson
11 J ttPark.: Mr.; and Mrs Otto. .1: 1'nIt wear for the Holidays atif"m. Holiday Sideboard j Standing Pat on my Record Here for the Last I lour
CAt: 'Ien'Ien; came over last night and Trojan 16'I. Bertalotte. toonlfrIt }
r Paolo,, 1-Vtl. loses to UD..IM-O Bros : Johnson # Son's. II Years for Honest Dealing in Honest Goods.
,,i n.rt their charming daughter at the Its Vega(cnfta ltl.1:, to H Hairs*Co -
It Yanduora. I. iIl'.rronl. toll H ho\cr I
trjiiij. TLe entire party took break Off Wilkomiuon. 1'tto, .rimps, to h f Mr. Thi sen is still at the corner of i
hit at the Merchants. ,Shutter Co PENSACOLAPressing Baylen and Intendencia streets Yours to :IloRso.ALFRED .
1 <
Nor WilJwooil 1IM Nelson to BLCflBAKK4 where he has been for '

Tale: fact that most dis' ascs arise': : has nothing in stock but the Choicest'I.

t ir-"u! an impure or IJW condition of ,It Ascalon..ila.Kianca Ca..ano\a.. Krvertsen.toSHI 0>;!-. Magnaidi, Co, tc, Club of OLD LIQUORS. BRANDIES MOOG.
I l"arodl.Co CORDIALS, WINES ETC. Thee
t t'j-I blood i* fully proven by HooJ'sI Ital focclcin Kc\ello., Kainere, toll I dispensed by polite aud affable 'i

t\u-lpuiih. Kaars&Co attendants. Here only can get',
.- -- It I ftvita fo L. 74. Fillippinl, to i'NnsacolLumber FOR GENTLEMEN.i the Celebrated you I

JOE JOKES IViisBeola>It or tt-licina Cla.ilvl.Gunderson.toSRLCo Lumber Kcrara Colt t l"J.'blazza., t i i N. C. Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, II BIG SACRIFICE SALE !

l tarezla,71S. Ko.etto, to Rosa'co Bro
: One Dollar Per Month 24 Years Old.
awed Wa "n.;)!.. slander, to W L, Wit. I
BOUND OVER\ ticli A CoItal This i is the oldest whiskey on sale in \
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1 : UeorgesBaleutine,7>>7, Kimonettl t o I' In Advance to Membership
, order I i the United states, and i is dispensedby
, .r I ;Nor Ilamincztt, Ommunthen, to W tKfjser I' | Clothes Cleaned and Pressed as the drink or one gallon to one IQlniD lib nm ad MIU'I runilAiD
& Co l' often as desired. Your Clothes customer for J7.W. s ; 1
Joe Jones could not resi"tl tfinptition Ital It :Mann Maria, MossoI Delia na+.I.Guardia toKO Howe to Roc C(I)(, SPlit for and delivered. Call at Swedish Punch Danish: Aquaril 'JAT

.1 : to appropriate certain goods Bros I, ate; South Palafox: and Join the I German Kummel and other brandsof
ital :Miro fill, Parma, toorder Club. Imported Wines Liquors and MAMrACTUJKKS' COST.
Ital MaisaUrerro, \'.<;.Ventura to ordei r'
:. frjia the boat Gracie when
: pilot Cigars in stock.
always '
: Aunt i'o-chicb "q Mandik to order "
t" '!! ) tiii vessel was in port. Blankets, I Co It 1'ensacola,9vduuonettetoParodi: J: | Ira ics'' Plaia Skirts a Specially All of these goods can be procured -Sale Begins Wednesday, December 10th, at 8 a. m.. "<,'d
from Valhalla Branch corner Oar-
t -(h'.'rware and a valise were taken ,. It Itall'adre.5119 r aoia.\ugelo, OIl\,llJrt.lavalla rl. to II Baars, to Baars Co s: !i Yours for Neatness, den street and 10th avenue. To the Purchaser of the First Five Dollars Worth of Goods a

p and Jones was arrested for having Co Pair of Johnson & Murphy Shoes will be Given.

f (1'm1'0.! He was bound over to the I Am Kr Hollo$1ltarysdtiILowery.toorder.s '*Jenkins to master j i G. W. IRWIN. CHRIS THIESEN, I Stein-Bloch Clothing, cost ?13 to $HI per suit for... .. .. .. .8.90 tj. ?- "' -
I
:!: I c-Mtty authorities this morning. Ital Hilenzo.: 7"I. Mmonettl, to orderNorisiijrid.lO.'Dl'etteri.on.toSullivaniCo - -- Pants, cost J3 to $6 for ..... .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .... ... . .. to' -
. ----- Corner Baylen acd Intendencia Sts.
, 1 Quartet Fight Duel at Nice. I Nor Titania SuperbIVD.MlltnKtoorderItal ,'"!I, Larguilotoorder Large Stock of Celebrated Eagle Shirts for ..... ..... .... . .:& tit

t : NUe. l1t><'. 18-The duels following I ItTrento Kr \'olona., I.M\TUM,,Burnley Uotusso.to to order M H SullivanItal : A Multitudeof I I White Laundered and Negligee Shirts... .... .... ..... .. .. .:mo:

; the bombastic challenge of the Ital- \'l'l'lI1ont1:7, Kazetto to S:: t> L Co Stetson 3.50 Hats for. ..... ... .... .... ...... .. .. ...... ...... .. t

.41: un fencing champions: Vega and I''s.\\ Her Kus Ysta\'Bt.wtnd-brant.Aaltoneo lJt. llaft'e., to S: F to Spotter mailer Fancies for I Men's Best Hats for. ..... .. ... ..... .. .. .... .... .... .... .. .. ..y.t to :-

;" na. to the French champions Merisnac Co Johnson & Murphy $5 Shoes for. .... ............ .... .. .. .. .. .. ,'.' '

and Klrchoffer. were fousht SCHOONERS. SMOKE I Men's Best:; Shoes.... ..... .... ... .... .. .. .... .... .... .... .. .. .as to IJ" :
\ hcrr- today and requited in both Ital. ': Am BenJCKnth.Tw*, Keen, to order the Glorious,
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Brothers Kelly to materAm
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i if* sans eiiic wounded Their wounds i Donna Christina 1 . are not dangerous. Goulding Fertilizer '
Am HJalmar,55,Aielsen to matter Generous C
1 t Am Harold B Cousens&\ij.Hart to order ii I II S. R. THAMES
" : Tragic Death of Minister i iDwatur. I It' Am :Mary J Russell, s.N. Anderson to i iI iI I ,

Ala., Doc. IS.-Rev. S. A.Arfher. I John Am A Olive terrltt Whittier, 4\13.Sawyer. to J .Christmas Tide.... BONK NOTE I Corner Palafox and Intendencia Sts. :\I.X.C.iIJLI
a Baptist! minister, was killU i ie A Merritt .t Co I
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'' Tuesday night! by Casy Holland a The Pride of Heroes. j We have everything here you I
I. farmer living near town. The
young Many soldiers in the last war : can think or dream of. To D. HALE WILSON
! two quarreled over a load of wood and ,
Holland struck Archer on the head wrote to say that for Scratches, ;I visit and inspect our stock will CIGAR

I with a stick of "xx>l, breaking his Bruises Cat, Wounds: Corns, Sore i I be a delightful experience toi

d efexin. Death ensued in a few hours. '.. Feet and Stiff Joints Backlen's I i you. As is to be expected, our Real Estate and Rental Agent,

bj i E Holland left for parts unknown. A.' Arnica Salve Is the best in the i: prices are the lowest in town.DOE'S .

. li 'Wan-ar.t a out for his arrest II world. Same for Burns Scalds, I!
1 See that Each 134' South Palafox
Cigar is Street,
Boil, Ulcers Skin;; Eruptions and i
The best 14 All-Wool Blankets in Piles. It cures or no pay. Only 25c Stamped. TELEPHONE NO. 234._ PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
the city now on sale at Green, Wat- at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store BOOK STORE --.- .. ------ -
S. Palafos street. ,
121
son &<< Co.'s. FRANK REILLY We will launder your spreads for The finest line of umbrellas in we

Fruit cake,best made at Pfeiffer's Hot Rolls, at 51. m., lOc. \O. 213 SOriH PALAFOX STREET 15 cents each and make them look city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lock i

tU ?ara Bakery. i, a doz., at Solomon's. i, PENSACOLA, FLA. SOLE AGENT. like low. Star Laundry. at them.








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