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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 8 January 1905

7 PA6ES I 2si Section Journal Want Ads Will o Pgs 9 to 12 4 Increase Your Business TODA Y O 1 1 ° P G r r L VIII a PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 8 1905 NO 7 LAST WEEKS PICTURES Army Had a Surfeit of En Dur ing Holidays tfr1AL NAMES UNINTENTION < < ALY OMITTED FROM CORRECT LIST LAST WEEKPRIZE DOL LAR WON BY MISS JULIA HA GOOD OF SPARTAN BURG SC rmv stack in the mire of l uuaiaent You see they L y had a surfeit of entertain tis 1 Lr IK the holWays and just pull through that New Year But just wait and see what di find along with this pretty T > today 0 whelming flood of correct reoeived to the Christmas p g veral of the names were Q the published Mst but here c lor each of them were cor 1 neatly and carefully written nJ Walker no address city N Barrow 381 E Romania Twrllaiker no address city Barrow 3X1 E Romana n am Barrow 331 E Romana r Hobart Barrow 381 E Ro t i noc and Charlie Linnville 332 t R aDa S r niber Puzaters that to have a 4 a that Dollar your answers jc...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 8 January 1905

I 1 r iJ > t 1 THE PEN COlA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING JAN UR1W3 1905A A a 17 h + y JIt c 4 > oJ j A i A I A L wMwvvvws M 1 Ir 1 fW IM wvvvvvvv > r SOOI ETY r PEOPLE AND EVENT 8 f 5ee mIi eraid Done Among f Those Who Go Come ami Tarry i h BECK No 6 s l No 669 By MISS E NELLIE BECK Telephone I I i I f fNVI Jr J f s l1 OI vwwwwwvvwvwwvvwww 1IMJNVtIVJNdytg AAA w w AA vvvv5 A 3VW AWwvvws w yy r i THE SABBATH i Fresh glides the brook and blows tt < gale Yet yonder halts the quiet mill The whirring wheel the rushing sal How motionless and still Six days of toil poor child of Cain Thy strength the slave of want mur be d The seventh thy limbs escape tae i chains A God hath made thee free I Ah tender was the law that gave This holy respite to the breast To breathe the gale to watch the tl wave I < And know the wbetil may rest But when the waves their gentlest glide I What image charms to light thin es e spire reflected on the tide Invites thee to the skies t To teach the soul the ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 8 January 1905

I 1 I t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING jr JANUARY L 105 11 i UVELY TIME PROMISED OVER THE PANAMA CANAL MEMBERS OF HOUSE COMMIT TEE MAY ADVOCATE THAT THE COMMISSION BE ABOLISHED USELESS EXPENDITURE OF MONEY CW J J Chicago Jan tA telegram to the 1 rOce R < fn > m Washington City fays There jpKOmisns to be some iiing of a row pvjer the Panama Canal CommiwteH vfhan congress resumes s scssioas Th members ol the House Commit c oR Interstate and Foreign Com nrcc who visited Panama and in > p < > cted the canal are in favor of dis pensing with the expensive commls f on and leaving the construction of the canal to Chief Engineer Wallace under the direction of the Secretary 0 War Wallace Fully Capable I They todievc hal Ir Wallace 1s > more capable of making plans for the I uork than the commission and that two stick executive powers will only c inflict and delay the construction at IJP canal Rear Admiral Walker president of t e commission is ready to fight an < l h...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 8 January 1905

j F V v S r w J 1 1 J THE PENSACOLA JQUftNAL SUNDAY MORNfflG JANUARY 8 1 19D5 i i r b MAKING MONEY AT THE fr PHILADELPHIA MINT ii I 1 Various Machines Used by Uncle Sam I j 1 in Turning Out Much Sought f Coin of the ReaM r j TThocver thinks of coming to Phil I aielpiia without visiting the mint I Except Philadelphians perhaps there r is no person who could stay long in Philadelphia without an overwhelming I desire to see gold and silver convert ed from molten masses into money for II Uncle Bands capacious pocket says i the Philadelphia Record J Everybody has heard about the peo i4 ple who coin money It is worth k while to see money coined by the oar I relfull in the twinkling of an eyelash No description however vIvIdcnn quite supply the emotion that is cre ated by the sight of these mighty mills as they grind out the alluring tits of gold and silver for which na tions sacrifice their people and for h which hundreds of weak mortals sell I thelr souls There is little formal red i tap...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

tf l 4 k iJournal Want Ads Will e 1 Telegraph Service by Increase Your Business 8U t n iThe Associated Press VOL VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 1905 N NoS RUSSIAN LOSSES AT PORT j ARTHUR TEN THOUSAND f Orion Garrison t including Sail o r Esfimmled s s nia ed to Have Been 49000 On Quarter of t Whom lily PerishedJps sps Ad mire Gallantry Russian Officers I I WOO WOUNDED RUSSIANS ARRIVE In Jspsn ad Are at nse Al cod in m Hospital ftERNVnONAL COMMISSION SVED ITS SESSIONS IN PARIS AIFAL FOURNIER OF CE UNANIMOUSLY CHOS I FOR PERMANENT PRESI YT CF BODY Jan 5In well informed cir s etiaated that the original fl u Port Arthur numbered at L OVD to 40009 men ineHJdin L > rs The killed thoserFSq IIea l as and the missing are placed r 10900 r Jape Express Admiration Jan tThe Japanese who T rr at admiration for General t L 1 other officers for refusing unJ staadtag by the men of zr are busily preparing to re H Russian pisoners from Port The first batch of ten thou t < t ex...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

< J 1 I f 11 < j f t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANlIAP f ioos C li y JNO S BEARD ON POLITICAL t PRINCIPLES AND PARTIES r C ELOQUENT ADDRESS OF PENSA COLIAN BEFORE WAYNE COON M t TYf OHIO DEMOCRATS ON AN NIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF NEW r 14 ORLEANS lC i I 1 1 Wooster 0 Jan 90no of the + most successful eighth of January cel ti ebrations ever held in this city in I commemoration of Jacksons victory 1 at New Orleans took place here to I m night For fortynine years the occa sion has been a red letter In the cal ni ejidar of Wayne county democracy 1 E l and the meetings in past years have t been addressed by such men as Val 1 laudingham Thurman Pendleton Bryan and other leading democrats and the speaking tonight adds fur II t ther luster to the already bright galxy Hon J S Beard of Pensacola Fla 1 was the principal speaker whose sub I ject was Political Principles and Parties and for more than an hour he held his audience in almost speech less silence at is drank in the elo ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

J S c7 r e If j s t t THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 1905 = f C C Goodman Geo Arnsperger U f STANDARD C CLOTHING COMPANY THIESEN 1BiflQ J Overcoats Cravenettes CrT oat weather Is now on 5 or 1 it promises to stay a t Remember the coldest t r is yet to come Over = i and Cravjonetfes 850 to j Dome and see them Standard Glathing Qty THIESEN BUILDING 1 T That Velvet Finssfi On v Your Collaii Shirts and Cuffs so rare on most laundered goods is found bn every piece done up at the StarSteam Laundry 19 E Garden St Phone 114 Pensacola Fla R K WHITE hUhTaker Manufacturing Jewel and Graduate Optician S Faiifor Street Fensacola Fl i if iH i THE WEATHER Jp riihen Halnand coldertb > Wednesday fair Tides High 1116 p m 1 4a m f 1i1i < < TERSELY TOlD James S Moody one of Ohi ocial favorites is spending f lo time in Pensacola Mrs s registered at the Escambia L x m Jones and sister of Semi v re in the city yesterday on a s t in Bankruptcy Shine has ll ce that the creditors o...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

r 7 r J i f rT i I j i I 4 I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAVJ MON1NGJANUARYWfO 5 I 4 I > I i Vttie Jaola CUtU1 Y THE JOURNAL COMPANY i LANK 1 FRANK L AYES President and General Manager I Jf J J Ii I fc i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESSV 1 t z h I 1 Dfficesr108 and 110 East vernment Street II TELEPHONE NO 38 II 1i L 01 i PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY 1 p One Year bb > i 5 00 Sir Months o o t I 2 50 Three Months I I t se s 1 25 I t One Month e t 451 j One Week < I 10 i J Papers on sale at all Jew stand l It I PENSACOLA FLORIDA JAN 101905 ri 1 I The Chamber of CommerceV h V I and the Able Report of Secretary Jones I I tt I Without disparaging In the least the many excellent reports of similar nature which have been given to the public in years gone by VThe Journal 1 has np hesitancy In saying that the annual report which Secretary W C I I Jones made to the Chamber of Commerce yesterdtfy and which published 4fn this paper this morning is in every way the most complete and sat...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

r U Ur F UI 1 I I I Irl f C e ii djl i r f h r THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 40 1903 tr r S41r Because it is ipure made from the finest selected grains r fermented rm perfectly carefully 4 double distilled in copper mellowed by time in oak by natural processes 4 > processesOld l > I > i Old L j 1 4 Quaker I 1 4 Rye r t is a delightfully stimulating smooth old whiskey Dont let the dealer decide for you Order a case sent Hi V I home today i f Phone 16 Lewis Bear Co 404403 Palafas St and 210 Main St 3 Pensacola Fla ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE r Continued from First < Page iag which the me nspf the associa tion have afforded during the past year the secretary has received and replied to more than 600 lettersuf direct inquiry regarding Pensncola add surrounding territory These let ters nave come from every section of the Union from Canada Great Britain the Continent of Europe Mexico Cuba and the Philippines To parties throughout the world whose n...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

0 i i THE PENsACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 101905 PEOPLEandEVEfrJTS V v3J J > Jt > 4 y v A p6 Ik J Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go C me and Tarry W omen and Society Here and Elsewhere i c 1v Si3 r zh I r r ti t rC7 a wrC7 l r rCtC 7C r i BY MISS E NELLIE BECK r1 Telepho 669 i THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN w AUSTRIA The prettiest woman In Austria is Fraulein Martens says the Brooklyn I Eagle b 1 tee Fraulein is not only the pretti E est woman by natural right lint she f 4 t IS the prettiest by popular vote At a 1 I contest held to determine the hand t somest woman in Franz Josephs jtt kingdom the Fraulein received the i majority of votes I Fraulein Martens has certain beau t I t ties which are hard to match any where They are first a sweeet 1 3indly expession of the eyes They j I are as gentle as tHe eyes of a dove I and Indeed she has been likened < to I a dove so many times that she is + 3 hewn as the Dove Beauty I 1 The Fraulein takes great care of i flier hair...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

t 1 1 i J I r THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY jflQRNIKG JANUARY 10 905 T f 1 L i 1 t ay V j V 171 > AAAAAJVVVVVSAWWWi > ArfWAAAAAAVNAA v III i The Journals Classified Advertisements Oneeentanorcf each insertion x NO advertisement taken for less than 25c Special rates by the month t v F Bargains In Real Estate I We have a number of desirable lots on the East Hill Belt Line 40x135 which we can sell at 100 to 150 per lot Also a few within a short distance of the car line at 50 We have some lots on the Park Line whichwe can offer at 50 each and a number near the car Jlne at 35 each Thos C Watson Co I I Leading Real Estate Agents 1 = WANTED I 1 PARTNER WANTEDWith business experience and small capitaL Ad dress Partner Journal office lOjanlw I WANTED TO BUY six dozen each dishes plates cups saucers knives forks etc also chairs ten tables gaeoliae stove with equipment M G C Journal lOjanSf I POSITION wanted by a young lady as stenographer Address B care Jour I nal Sjan WANTED Two furnis...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 10 January 1905

c S I r r t 4 Iit f t F THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 13C5 N K uvfl K > < I 6 xq 7 q 1JI3tI cquaLnhI SMlptlflllJS UI qllo ll u r saaq 3IsNM d NO ISII tuI Iap pool 6U U K84qltl b tI lI < l PO i JIIU filJ IfI6JDJ IOP I f f MARKETS t 11 Review of Market I The Savannah Cotton Trade Journal F anakes the following report on the naval stores market for tho week end e l ing January 6 1 Turpentine ruled firm for the most I I part and In satisfactory demand dur j ing the past week For a time appear j j I 4 ed that trade disturbances were to in 111 tervene and cause a decline but the kt market has withstood this and now t promises maintenance The demand q 1 or both local and foreign account has itt been good The wants of exporters J ere of a character that called for j turpentine at most an terminals < l I There Is much interest In Che box ti cut which Is believed lobe full I l though not large enough to result in TI nnwieldly overproduction by any i means Pine l...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

1 I r S t Weather Rainj Fresh cast j HH to south windsf I The Journals Telegraph Tidesj Low tide Ih56 a m a e ft t flflffl4 f Service is furnished by The tide lL37pm v T v3 Hightide < 31U p m > > 3 > otlIO o U1 1M rAssOCtated Press jjp dcl r4 < < cl L 1 < v J > > I > a i < < t rOLe VIII PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY IORNING JANUARY 11 1905 NO 9 J COMMITTEE REPORTS ON SWAYNE IMPEACHMENT TW lve Specifications in Articles Formulated by m Majority of That Body One of Which fs for Unlawfully Committing to Prison W C ONe MINORITY REPORT BY TWO MEMBERS Dissents to All Arti cles Except that Re garding Expense Account REPRESENTATIVE GtLLETT OF CALIFORNIA MADE AN INDI DuAL REPORT DISSENTING fROM EVERY ONE OF THE RTCLES OF IMPEACHMENT CONTAINED IN THE MAJORITY REPORT angtoa Jan lOThe special t of the house appointed to t ree of impeachment against Judge Swayne today com work by the preparation of a uteg of impeachment They LtainlHff money by false pre 4 ihing ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

i I t v + f S 1 t < y v 1 c < S ik 5 < k vi f VW f4i c w 0 f it tf tZ t THE PENSACOLA 4OURI L t V O e i H I t i HL H I oNr 3 d V ill ti rt n II J t 3 I I t n t tI I It L r I t I r 1 j i14 dn raft i ry rE i rx = I A ray M d r fl i f rt e f I I y i = I V 11 r II S f J Of i w ii i If iI 1 F l t I lI 1 t The task of dressing tno small girl at nce serviceably appropriately and 1 f s prettily Is ono that designers make t a case for whoever Is responsible for her i wardrobe this year Even the plainest It of coats show some little touch of r dressiness that will bring It Into the better class and the garments designed for little Miladis dressier appearances are marvels of excellent and exquisite simplicity combined with richness of material and effect 2 I I Even her school coatthat garment lLI which so often Is destined to make an Intimate acquaintance with a dusty and Ilpi dirty floor In the rush and hurry ot goinghome time even this coat that mothers have long ago made up their m...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

t L r i i THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 11 1905 I A Solemn Duty A solemn duty which we owe society our children and our selves is that nothing which can be done to assist nature at that time when our wives are to become mothers should be left undone Of all the countless details to bp observed at such a time no single one is of more importance than the bodily welfare of the expectant c mother she must not experience undue suffering through any lack of effort on our part MOTHERS FRIEND i fe the recourse of all real men and women at such times it is ainabte and it is a positive crime not to procure it Its offices ax the muscles and tissues intimately associated in this greatest 1 > r < ators phenomena nd by simple external applications a result J which at appointedtime permits the mother to undergo her r rr with fortitude and bring into the world a child worthy of its 3 51 oo all druggists Our book 1 Motherhood sent free CRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ca c rCGoc...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

c F 1 ljt I J I > it f I 1 f THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MOftNING JANUARY 1f 1905 i r < v s be Jmjttola nfn l BY r THE JOURNAL COMPANY I t FRANK L 2 L t MAYES President and General Manager 1 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS r 1 Offlces 108 and 110 East Government Street 3 S > TELEPHONE NO 38 t 1 4 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY 4 One Year ar I si no Sir Months T e 2 S Three Months i 125 ju One Month t t j 45 one week e eeeeeSee es eesee 10 H Papers on sale at all new stands PENSACOLA FLA JAN 11 1905 FEDERAL JUDGES AND THEIR EXPENSES j Since the impeachment proceedings f Were Instituted against Judge Charles I L 1 Swayne a great deal of interest has 1 I been evinced all over the country In I the possible outcome of the case Now I i that the charges have narrowed down I t to the question of expenses the inter 1 I est Is if anything greater than before j because of the ppssibillty of similar j I II charges being preferred against other I federal judges who it is alleged ...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

T j t J THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY M > RNlNG JANUARY 11 1905 s I r H E s BIG STORE Win Johnson Son IJ JAPANESE RAILROAD I OPERATIONS IN KOREA Continued from First Page t road aM It4 was found necessary to run a 40fKKfoot tunnel There had been no delay on this llctCHlDt however a switchback has CMIBC cfl constructed to carry the trains bver the mountain There are alto r be iwentyfour tunnels with a total JHRtU ut 16300 feet generally quite fhort and most of them occurring in Ihig same tretch of hill country be tweea Waikan and Kantoku Here too the grading has been steeper than elsewhere In some places it is M much as one ia fifty while at no other point on the line does it exceed one IB eighty Though thVjre have b ea many streams to cross none of them are of any great size The prin cipal difficulty has been in almost rvory instance tbe necessity of build Jag much longer structures han the mere stream woUld seem to warrant owing to the floods during the rainy reason The 299 br...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

+ i S z v ii l THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEfiNESDAY tMORflK 3 JANUARY 11 1905 Hi ip c H c io < 1j K40 if l PEOPLE and EVENTS x 9 S a Done Among Those PhD Go Come i < t f and T arrywW omen and Society Here and Elsewhere 1 a T ii > 3 > o > 3Jo > > > > j f fnd < d i < < Ii i < 17 < C ifi it7o v < > J i3 > 9 > 3 > > C II < ii i r c Iirot < < < > ii a4 I r BY MISS E NELLIE BECK cl I Telephone 669 T t A SURPRISE PARTY t A pleasant surprise party was given Mr Frank B Lee at his residence t corner of Wright and G streets Mon day night January 9 by his wife j tt Mrs F E Lee and daughters Misses p I Edna and Lillie in honor of his fiftieth anniversary I Mr Lee Is night watchman at the Brent Lumber Co mill and went to work as usual little dreaming of the pleasant surprise that had been so t tastefully prepared for him At seven oclock Mr Lee received a message to come home at once and imagine his surprise on returning tome t...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

It n t I I l 1 1 < 1j 11 T r ± THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY tONi JANUARY 11 1905 J j or t 1 tA p 1 l v A y v v v Yr roo < it iIs d < TAie Journals Classified Advertisements Oncntiroref aach insertion c No i advertisement tiken 11 for less than 25c Special rates by the month v v yvvywvsAAA A vwv L Bargains In Real Estate 9 I We have a number of desirable lots on the East v Hill Belt Line 40x135 which we can sell atr 100 to 85O per lot Also a few within a short distance of the car line at 50 We have some lOtS1O the Park Line which we can offer at 50 each and a number nearthe car line at 35 each Thcs C Watson Co II Leading Real Estate Agents WANTED rrcrs j WANTED Two or three furnished or unfurnished rooms for light house keeping on North or East Hil A J arel Journal lljanlwa YOUNG MAN of good habits desirea room and board with private family an North HilL address H 6 Bare Journal Iljan4t WANTED Position by stationary on gtaeer Understands care and man agement of large alte...

Publication Title: Pensacola Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pensacola journal. — 11 January 1905

w I 1 I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNI JANUARY 11 > 1905 > I 1 COAL S5 PER TON m i i m MMMM V HOBMMB = 1 t Best Alabama Coal delivered at 500 per S + ton No clinker As good as the best coal J + sold m this city I iJ f LEAVE ORDERS IT t NORMANS t KPJjtt LpBfc 1 MARKETS New York Futures New York Jan 10Cotton futures p opened easy January 687 February I P 689 bid March 694 April 702 May I 704 June 711 July 716 August 720 I September 725 October 728 Novem ber 725 New York Cotton Market New York Jan 10The cotton I market opened easy at a decline of 4 1 points in response to easier ca t bles and somewhat larger estimates for receipts Trading was quiet and it looked as if certain local profession als were supporting the market On I the other hand Liverpool and New Orleans sent selling orders and short I ly after the call prices eased off to a net loss of about 67 points after which they ruled irregular with busi I ness quiet and the market showing kittle feature V Wall Street ...

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