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PENSACOLA








VO. 7. PINSACOLA, FORIDA,
VOL. 7. PESCLF )inA


N, r, "223.


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 18Ss.


NEWS TO 2 P.. M. TO-DAY,


ANOTHERR YICTiM.



THE WHIITECHAPEL AMIR-
DEREI'




OPERATIONS,


AND SCO ~tlS ONE MOIUK ON N11S
i.ldRUJBLX TAILY.


/ Mr. Afillbs Rl- Elected -Chinese A&rer-
IV-ans-A Jump From thCe Pough-'
i keepsie Bridgie Over the Hadson,
Mue.


Lo:NDoN,, Nov. 9.-The murder fiend has
added another to lit, list of v:c'iiiis. At 11
o'clock this morining- the bo.ly of a woman,
'cut ilto piec *.4w fli-;.-.vored in a house
on DorBsl atleel, S .LiL.ili&.I.
Ti 'le pollke alt.- .11,l..,oring to track the
merd-err u ith ti .,' .l.t blood houidd-.
T1he remain. c imitilaleJ in thl same
horrible man er asiv. r, thase of the women
11 in.l-tc-d in W lit'..-.l:.l .1.

Mr. Mills Re-Elected.
G 4LVESTON, Tex., Nov. 9.-The latest
rItturiia t'ruin many pr.'cincts in Mills' dis-
trict indicate his re-election without a
doubt and probably without a decreased

The eo.jti--i beiween Cra'n (dein) and
Bra8ster i.re,q in tl-! seveth district, will
lie cltiov, but tOraiia's election seems cer.


eam i'aila For arit.'d.
SAN FilANcisc., Nov. 9.-1 he (-. iii' of'
166 preciineit ia the ciy out o t.GPiko flar-
risen 21i`11l, (CIL-veland 27,U i. 'Ili!- I-epub-
lrrat state coinitte c'lii lb 1n
from 10,11 1-) loo-19-'"J T'liO d 1:1 ,ItiI* ie'slw-
"eepaIWtee coirceda the state I" Uev r'.piil.Ji-
Sean~I^'Iib a sniAl mn.ijoi itv.
tbe lalodtiifure- iiidi -aiwe the ele -tioll of
I jn -_..jIs o i~u di Th e-:ol lor
congrciesionail distric'i are %i-ry clio v.

IndlawIitill'* IFar" iHrri? iN [I.nN 4 .ILI-I, Lid., N..,. 9.-ilTe county
returns from Indiana had not bemun to ar
rive at midnight, anclit is s arecly probable
that the official returns will be received be-
fIre t *-ii n it. %% Lieu thi 'ii' of the state by
7 .16&n*4an~ L^ -i
Vh# Veturls' fr4ttn iLI,: cigressionadl dis-
tfot bre aleo infcO~iii'lei., but, up to on,
*kilock th;s ni.orning. iiuthiug hadoccnried
-ar4tfdbazmgaUie ti is g;iven earlier.
Parrol1'tinT~ctr.(t r.ciindidate for con-
-gressi in the tli-t i hi-'i, las a majority of
oaly 26 over Posey (republican). This i,
I Gen. Hovey's old district.
The latest returns on presidential electors
indicate General Harrison's plurality to be
foor lbuthui iml.

Chinesa Amnericans.
--SjArFuA-N(CO. N,:,%. 9,-United States
'*-l Cleuwl Judge SAxw vi has rendered a decis-
t 14i4 the test case; of tie two Chines in
tidl nohe holds that. i.isinuch as they were
borh In the United Siat, s, they are citizens
.hereof, and are nat amnenable to tha. act of
C _griess exelmudin Chli iiis-e laborers.

The Fool Killer Wautpd.
PouGHKEEPsIE, N, Y., Nov. 9.-Steve
Brodiejumped from the bridge in course of
construction over the Hudson river here at
six o'clock this morning. llH broke three
ril'Sjjiiiit, j~hen lie reached the shore, blood
W-was ruanrTng from his mouth and ea: s.
The jump was made from the west pier.
Brod.o shortly afiervards took a train for
.New York.

Nobody has inventeft a contrivance
whereby a man at the theatre can drop a
cent in the slot and get a clove.

XWsO floudie Not a i-cic-ac'.
"PSysT1gi76y it rather a vagar',- of thlj
oi iegtwa t Awa scence." raid Ii pr- .i
rneat etudmn of bgni'nirqal .i~lff the cthIr
-4ay "s(ulf,tlieref~'3h?, tio co~uLiawd. **I
deny tbat tho expiaty~on o at, w anm i'a"a
is reilly. t Index of the p it.4s generally conceded to be, and-'og ; r.
object 9f language is said to be thp con-
cealment of thought, so thie e::pre": e'n of
one's copintenance is but the roan-.c t. 1 (on-
eealone's inner self.
"Where I i63tradilico: thiat farl back In
the days of which In. :t'y t>e-lL us i. .iir
there was no speech of l-anguage auioeug'
xhell, but that men read each other's
*wants and wishes htli Uii' fa'-- tand as
t wrdwft8 pure. ziothdin but ptiJpity
tper h nye expression v th9 humaan
facghBtt wlsckedness crept ini ana x men
iorh t eep from f^icir faces the evil
.thst was lIn their hearts, thuts preventing'
the countenance fronm becoinah1 the Index
,of the aouil."'-New York Mail a~nd E~x-
press.
Vt-earns of peaf I'ereocna,
In vL-sitlngiustiutuions for the blind end
the 4eaf I har-e ina'I? inquiry, atnd havo
nbver fpund an Ins anio Qt y? prsot berua
bteforohe wda toiiT Ti.;icJ i~ drTrsmair.',
af hearinir. Arnouf- l.a i-c~altn ot rM-icnn


__Insnl es'i rj.nlt tho fheollh. i'j from the
t! *Pt -%qtiution for thlo
*I plt _t. AUgstine, Fina:
a.f. Ld --
^jtwryLbs!e V L* aveher~tK' l .a,>.
; &^ he ari tq itn,.'.rlu;l,
..-- avo asked I0:n .,ame
"mamlds 0t ift.y Otaf pci- :t<
with t sam', result c.a;,t( \d.er'o to:,:
/,-'persbi utcrrogated had lost his hearing
After leaiug t t.lk. Tlieso la3t
mentigin are Al 's of son e educa-
tion who linde( I and


RiMVING THE DRC. NED.
tho Method Used In Now York Harbor,
Explicit Directions.
The following method of Dr. Howard is
used in New York harbor: Rule 1-Upon
the nearest dry. spot expose the patient to a
free current of air; rip the clothing away
from the waist and give a stinging slap
upon the pit of the stomach. If this fails
to arouse the patient, proceed to force and
Rain away the water which has entered
the stomach, according to rule 2.
Rule 2-Turn the patient upon his fpce,
the pit of the stomach being raised upon
a folded garment, above the level of the
mouth. For a moment or two make
steady pressure upon the back of the
"t" .- W ,OI_ --)-L-. -. a it c.r.,,e or
mouth. I'- t he
Rulo 83-Quickly turn the patient upon
his back, with a bundle of clothing be-
tween it qo as to raise the lower part of
11.) breast bone higher than the rest of
body. Kneel beside or astride of the
patient, and so place your hands upon
-either side of the pit of the stomach upon
tho front part of the lower ribs, that the
lingers fall naturally in the spaces be
'tween thom aid point toward i,, ,r..on.ri
Now, grasping the waist and using your
knees as a pivot, throw your whole weight
forward as if you wished to force the con
tents of the chest and stomach out or the
mouth. Steadily increase the pressure
while you count 1-2-3, theft suddenly
lot go with a final push, which springs
you into an erect kneeling positiotl. Re
main erect upon your knees while you
count 1-2, then throw your weight for
wa.rd and proceed again as before. Re-
peat the process at first about five times
a minute, increasing the rate gradtualfy to
about fifteen times 4 minute, and opnjnue
it with the regularity of the n&-iral
breathing, which you are imit'atihg. If
another person be present, let biqi with
tho left hand hold the tip of the tongue
out of the left side of the mouth, with
the corner of a pocket handkerchief, while
with the right hand he grasps both wrists
and pins them to the ground above the
patient's head.
After treatment-When breathing first
returns, dash a little cold water in the
face. As soon as breathing has been per
fectly restored, strip and dry the patient
rapidly and completely, and wrap him in
blankets only. Give hot brandy and
water, a teaspoonful every five minutes
the first half hour, and a teaspoonfu!
every fifteen for an hour after that. If the
limbs are dry, apply friction. Allow an
abundance Qf fresh air, and let the patient
have peirect rest.
Avoid delay. Promptness is of the first
importance. A moment lost may be a
life lost. Waste no time in gaining shel-
ter. When gained it oftener harms than
helps the p atiest.
Prorent crowding around the patient.
A"verer dif-icult this may be, it must be
Sen .Nsd. FriedsI must not be allowed to
bsaitrdaL. tIho circulaion of air, nor en-
gage thg patient in conversation when
ralUlyinit
l' *-' .* r' -^ -j v '[llarits-be
fo'e the p-atieut is well able to s,'raUow -
It hblps to ool-tract respiration and may
choke the patient.
Avoid hurried, irregular motions. The
excitement of the moment is almost sure
to cause this in inexperienced hands
Just as a flickering candle, moved care
lessly, goes out, so the heart, when its
beatings are imperceptible, needs but
little cress motion to stop it. Th? move
ments of rule three should therefore be
perforeiod'with deliberation and regu-
larity -
Avid an overheated room, and avoid
givii *V^Wa0i`'u -'il -_ Ufait
At anly time within one or two hours you
maybe on the very threshold of success,
tbouh no sign be visible, Prequently
-Ccc: 3 ho__been known to follow ball an
hour's apparently useless effort. Rest
and watchful nursing should be con-
tinued for a few days after resuscitation,
or various chest troubles may ensue.-
Homo Physician.

The Candnhar Railway's Importance.
The public generally were well informed
of the progress of the Russian railway to
Samarcand, but little has been known re-
garding a still more important line that
the British have been constructing to
Central Asia from the opposite direction
Since Jan. 1 this new line, the Candahar
railway, has been opened to Kills Abdulla,
5,000 feet above the sea level; and there is
now a daily service of trains between
Killa Abdulla and Quetta, with caravans
from Candahar and Herat stopping at the
former place to unload and transport their
goods onward by rail. From Quetta to
Candahar the railway will run in almost a
straight line, and its construction will be
exceptionally difficult and expensive.
From Gulistan to Chamnan, on the
Candahar side of the Kwaja Amran range,
tho distance is only thirty miles, but thb
estimated cost of the railway along this
part of its cour-se is $400,000 per mile
Pending the construction of the pdrmanenl"
line, it is the intention to open up com-
munication with Chaman as soon as
possible, by means ef a light mountain
railway. One of tho chief features of the
permanent line is a tunnel two and a half
mibes long, upon vwhich English miners
will be employed.
The importance of this i!.clysy to the
Aixgio-Indian empire can scarcely be over-
estimated. AS a commercial cliterprise
alono, it cannot fail to be of the greatest
utility, as by it the productions of central .
Asia can find a more direct outlet to the
sea than by any other route. But the In
dian and British statesman will regard it
as mainly of importance as a means for the
transportation of troops to the coo fncs of
India and central Asia in tho evept 6f any
threatening advance on tho part os' Rus
sia, or in case of a ,iipture v.-ith that
power.--Prank Leslie's.

A "Sportsmanlike" Scarecrow.
A mechanical scarecrow has been in-
vented. The new invention renresents s
man of "sportsmanlike" appearance
standing with a gun in hand ready tp fire
"at the first intruder. The arm holding
the gun is mrade to move by clockwork.
whleh is enclosed in a strong iron box at


its feet, and at a proper elevation it fires
a shot louder than an ordinary gun. Aftei
the report the arm lowers. The rmcchan
ism can be regulated at the owner's pleas
are by a regulator like a clock, and only
requi bo wound up once a day.-
Pub" on, .. .


Vulgarity of Selnshnoss.
M man has a right to live selfishly o01
to perpetuate his selfishness in his will
The law recognizes the importance of th
family life and provides for its stabilitN
and the man who makes no provision fo:
his family is As. culpable as he wvho
though abundantly capable, makes n(
revision beyond it. But the perpetua
fortunes as family manu
e vulgarity of selfiahness.-
egister.


THE RUSSIAN CAPITAL.


A SAD


CITY WITH A STRANGE
LACK OF LIFE.


I'irst Impressions of St. Petersburg-Its
Unhealthy Position-Coarseness of. the.
Lower Classes-The Droska and Its Rev-
erent Driver-At Church..
The firs impression of tho traveler on
approaching St. Petersburg is of wonder
at its sizeo and its position. On every side
trctches of what is apparently a low, flat
marsh, covered with innumerable build-
inges: the strangest place for a city ever
----_.... ..
tag's. I' .r t' ir-.at rh,.r. it 'T -i ...'
ia being "a window looking out upon
Europe," but surely a site might have
been found with an equal outlook and a less
desolate and fatal position. Unlike Stock-
holm, which is likewise surrounded by
wvatr, but which sits on her rocky thrones
like a queen above the dangerous element,
St. Petersburg lies helplessly at its
mercy. In autuian, when the Neva is
rough and stormy, and in spring, when
tho ice is breaking up, the danger is
greatest. The waves rise to the level of
the streets, the numerous canals overflow;
guns from the fortress are constantly
fired to warn the people of their peril,
while the inhabitants seek the upper
;torieo of their houses and the police pro
pare boats for rescue. Another conse-
,-uenco of this marshy situation is its un-
healthiness, The sewage is not properly
carried offi, the water iS7undrinkablo, and
dysentery and similar diseases prevail
whenever the friendly frost is nqt present
to turn everything to clee. Peter the
Great did not build his capital in ignor-
ance of what ho was doing. Ho laid its
foundation upon human lives. For many
years 40,000 men were annually drafted
from all portions of his empire to work in
this poisonous marsh. Every cart and
vessel entering the port was obliged to
bring a certain number of stones to pave
its streets, and hundr-e' of thousands of
wooden piles were buried in its depths.
oll was also brought in in great quanti-
ties to raise the level of the place, and
hatssiveo granite quays built along the
rapid river; but nothing has availed to
-revent disastrous inundations, seven or
eight of which are particularly mentioned
since the foundations were laid in 1703.
At one time thio river rose thirteen feet.
But it is not only the want of elevation
and of picturesqueness that is depressing
to the visitor; it is no less the wide doseo
nation of the vast open spaces of the city.
Prom the busy moving multitudes and
crowded quays of Stockholm we have
come to quiet and deserted squarmm, end
less rows of immense buildings, mo-
notonous grandeur and regularity.- It is
evident that there are not enough people
to fill its streets, and It Is a positive re
liof to enter the few thoroughfares where
-'".i'<"-il'<;e 'i -rtre--cd. -!.-bh ni the
Nevishy Prosr,,-..,t:.,i coura-i. in- C.,iur "
when the court Is hero aid the richest
citizens come in from ttclr summer horcs
in Finland and the islands, when the
sleighing is lively and all the gayeties of
the season in vogue, St. Poetersburg would
show to much greater advantage.
We had been told that the contrasts of
luxury and poverty on the streets would
be most painful, and we expected to mooeet
beggary on every hand, but such has not
proved to be the case. There are always
beggars at the church doors, but seldom
elsowhera- nl no-er+ is bIy r' n-se'-" .
obvious and distressing as in many cities.
It is not the poverty, but the coarseness,
almost brutality, in the lower classes that
impresses you most vividly. The men
that you meet In their sordid rags or
their undressed sheepskins seem not to
need nor desire any better raiment. It is
suitable to them. Wild of face, with
long, tangled hair, and inexpressibly
dirty, often half drunk, but never spring.
ing, you shrink from rather than pity
them. The pictures drawn by Tolstoi are
seen to be fearfully realistic. The women
are less forbidding, but with little Intelli-
gence or good humor. Actually I have
never seen a smile nor heard a laugh In
the streets since we have been
here. Nobody understands or wishes
to understand you; the poor are
sullen, the well-to-do careles or in-
solent. And then there is so much that
is strange and utterly foreign. For some,
to us, unexplained reason the days of tho
month are changed. You thought it was
iohe 20th of August-you find It Is the
3th. The Russian alphabet is very dif-
ferent from ours, ard the names of the
streets and the signs over the shops
might as well be written in Runic. As
very few of the natives, however, are
letter off than yourself in this respect,
the shopkeepers do not trust to the al-
phabet for setting forth their wares.
I have complained of the want of life in
the streets. I must make an exception
.n favor of the droskas. These little car-
riagos fly about in every direction, for
everybody rides. You look down one of
the long quays perhaps and see no walk-
ers, no loungers, but you are sure to see
droskas. They are small, low vehicles,
each holding two passengers, with a
driver on a high seat in front clad in a
iong blue blouse, with a leather gIrdle
and a peculiar cap on his head. The
horses, with their huge arched col-
lars, are active and gentle and
apparently well treated, and if you
know enough Russian to make a bar-
gain, you will find this method of tran-
sit a cheap and convenient pne. It is cer-
tainly convenient; you have only to
raise your hand and droskas sweep down
upon yon like vultures on their prey,
sometimes jostling each other in their en-
deavor to reach you the first; but as nor
of the drivers know a word of anything
but Russian, you may not find It very
easy to makco them comprehend where
you want to go. This difficulty overcome,
however, you will soon be spinning at a
rapid rate over the badly paved streets.
You v411 probably soon notice the driver
snatch off his cap, wave it in the air, and,
replacing it, make a hasty sign ef the
cross by touching the forehead breast and
each shoulder in sUccesston. This is when
a church is passed, and such recognition
)t the sacred edifices and shrines Is eom-
mon among both walkers and riders.
There is no nation probably so devoted
to religious forms as the Russian--cer-
tainly none which believes so implicitly
in the value of signs and genuflexions.
It is strange enough to watch the crowd
which fill the church during service


tunime. There are never any seats; al,
rich and poor stand together; but ,in
place of standing quietly, or, at most,
kneeling occasionally, like the congrega-
tion in a Catholic church, the whole body
of worshipers in a Greek church are in
'^motion; bowing, prostrating themselves,
waving the arms up and own, ontinu-
ally making the sign of the cross de-
scribed above, they resemble a garden
tossed by a great wind.-Cor, San Fran-
cisco.Chr cle .


I I


single, sometimes in (thitors. '
At each end, a portico or pavihioa Iwoe-
jects into the court, thew t ht, .fag[li
architecture of T.r It s.e in.- ; nJ.gA to be.
long to faIryland. Tlio fihigeo atbcoe
work is so delicate. the edg,.v so shorply
defined, so hard and white, tbat 1aims
to be of the purestl snowy mar p
you stand before oe of thte oo fl
perlatyles, and lo h upi t s ft
tke wplls, pierced with the r1u
Moorish arches, upheld by
pillars, afl so full of elegaitci t q o
Vy it I* hyrd to rXte lzI Ak ,
stod there for fl.v or six br na
It is so light and-aolry that w Aq
white gazng at it that it y{ui.;K f
like a beautiful vision.--.. R| g
Boston Transcript.


The Toilers oP*'-,.a Nile.
W3 are in Nubia, the climate, the differ
ent types of the negro rixe, their black
skins displayed with a lavish disregard of
dress, all remind us that we are indeed In
Africa, for all about us are the very
scenes we used tn see In the geography
pictures when but children. Myself a a
tive of the south, and familiar ith plan
station life in half a dozen different states
before as well as since thr, civfl war, [find
these Africans in their own country a par-
ticularly interesting $tudy. We have
watched them at their dally t-,,il, and far
too often are they made to work ight as
well as day, until exhausted not racould
stand no more. Their fo6d Is lcuttis, a
grain something like barley, bat tasting
!aore like the bean. A coarse, dry bread,
that a well bred dog would not eat at
hoois- -Aap 114?^Y n r. t.aeas a Ilax
I Ur n_ , t "A,." .' r- "'"y yrat-..-. ...
Sr'y. :,Jr the boat's cr f hiothy are
as ravenous overit as a acr o? statvIng
wolves. The crews of the boAt-s are at
least decently covered, but wiCh great
number clothing is unknown. W see
these people drawing water from the river.
toiling in the fields apd lbortng Ih the
great sugar mills of the Nile. P'.
Vor my part, I can truly say that ALMverj.,
was not understood by rame before vWtting
Egypt. In intelligeaee ma4 respealiity
thei average of these people, .o Aslinply
Nubians, but thoe of Egypt as wll. I
nean, of course, thetfelahe-i, do not opm
pare with N-Nr plantation negroes. The
alleged cataracts are nothing more than
rapids, not as fine as those abve sia'aara
fas, nor the Lachine of the St. awr;Zee.
We descended the lesser one In a small
row boat, found it exciting, with peLhapl,
A spice f danger in it it was fod port
-othvat
to vatch the ebony v ii 4f the esert leap ,
6o, the rcky cli6 Into tte seething
wat!xs of th gMea ctari LtBen, a-er A
hard struggle, scamper up t e steep Bak.
and, -y the dozen. maie out earls ing
with the din of the national motto, 'ltt-
scheash, backceheash," all fn ihona.-
William Y. Ilamlin in Detroit Wree Pess

Dispostion of Qd Letters.
It is trouble, not good, that arises from
old letters. A paIckage hals falen fhi6 Oy
ciae to he disposed of as thouft be; .
It contains letter-, lbils, rbce*pts, some
papers of vngue and ot e3 wdrtleeS. In
order tp sort the cbaU from t ho wheat,
they must be carefully exunmhed. Ah.
what unthugAlt of secie they dt siosoD-
family troubles of which TOe or1d never
creamed; Litor ..hartwtmlul r w-o w?
thought arill %.iqa apt iIeh, lve IctI.m,
sacred for il-ALr a q ulo
flowv; a "Lll, 0 -
upon a ii,,,u0,il M
Waow, and we ft .l..e i
It Is true or'
ca they beo good fo' 'hir miWJul j,
ended. "' ,
"I may like' to road th, wJae wJh o "
ring froT i an ilu,:s' soys eome on. "
Pshawl as ii thof e 'onld b o IA.tmi you
needed at such a time! lIkUer efar a
breath of pure ahi. We ape l prPoe to
brood too much at such times. d eed
Io eucbehelp tIn tl aU dlrtk,. e thiU
Tlied r-_ra-t i trtgi' i j.f 't_ q.i.,w:,-..'
oneo. Business tett rs houhl IJ l an-d
labeled Have a blank buok ito wtih
t-i copy such dates or extracts as may be
of value in the future. (or references
This can be done when I(ere 4- api an
swerved. Theo barn thett And sec thie
ashes. It Is the sorrows lnsteoa3 ot te
joys, that most letters oontula. They are
the safety valve for dep feoling flom
friend to friend, good hi I lltcir thme, but
sometimes worse than ueeTps Rh (befu
ture. Every day brings p mexerloneea.
we- g Ans~anity tiii.,i fli"ftJ hi ia
cases would be ashainmeod of o(mr own let-
ters written ton years ago.
Garfield said: "Vhen yon pitch your
tent let it be among thlo llnihot arbong
the dead- "-Sarah M. ilel ll he elouso.
keeper.
Steel Lace for hot lo IVithr.
T'Oeu wL il never gncss, lo loof* at
girl'.okadays, what it Is h.1 AD
wearif#g fbout her neckl, aird. ecpcigo
fropi her pretty pu&Ted lcove. ;c
oes, Collara have gone by, 6ut ". anud
collars alike wilt In JIly ilp_ ft 3 hai
ace of tht. sun, l her U iitRra S) not
f mar to neet his ardent eS tt fI. vihy
should they wey hew y t o hy h o of Bfee'/e
Steel laee s theo noost *io'lty C ofl
things not old. Sonds quT.er to ta q
pttlng such o a kOe a a t ics -)CC
voluntary, does not t o .a see-
Md timn e 3 e. n o tpe la&- has
iaeslbes V soft, pattern ws iitriotl o and
sleolcately wovon, a threal %3 finp 3 iaa-
hails of over pgot as perfect as tf dilme in
silk. It Is lSght and cobwebbry li tetnr,
too, floating out on the bhets if a "1
strikes it. It is ccol, it Its dr bmb, It
comes in any color you faney; wi-.t more
Vicfld you--Neiv York Mail an.d sxpodsa.
The "Syndicate" S ysteno'a Growlh.
I don't thlii that many people outside
t* nowspap4 business ate aware 'o? th
extent to which the so led nv&es.paper
ayndiceat-es afect toe~ (>u{>ly t&SS
matter fn the &aily papu he ieyfel^
Is the growfth of a few y-sa camn. but
bids fanr to rovohutenio in a Iataere
the journia~litc professten. tJo'.'vadayj
moit nea of nar In th newjapet
world derivo their chief .hicmo hyw-
in3 for th9 syudieateo k.ea' ujsrij on
spcal siujo~tas, wlhcih wcyeai 7i ea oy
of out oi town paipef uftttwsgoly.
Serial and aa~ralto aro a, i" iu
ltle plnxnur, w ils~ v~f gc?
c9a9 emi uatturall-y eti-i-t & heSisSr

editoril hsthct to nsr-e succco..-q~h

The Alhambra's "CCort of Uois."
The Court of Lions far esooedd netv ex
pectations. It Is marble pavod. a paralleio
gram in ,shape, and has the ror touted
fountain, with its alabaster baeaea sap
ported by twelve quaintly c'ved ,ons.
standing In the center. On certn fset
days, or upon the occasion of,.royal vyiwt,,
the water leaps over the basins itd apiuts
from the months of the statue,. as it dii
hi the golden days of Moorish prido and
power. On all four Sides of the eeut-aw
handsome arcades of open atuooo ork;
aod elegant Moorish arceae ssipprtifl by
slender white marble pillars, ainoImec


Money Saved by Sanit. tLot, '
Medical men have long been familiar
with the fact that sanitation has been a
saving, to the community at large in
doctors' bills, it nursing and even in
days of labor to the industrial clssse*.
But itIlms been difficult to put results
into figures, so as to iu.p.'.: s tho public
mind. Mr. Brudeneli Carter attempted
thiR in his inaugural address to the Col-
lege of State Medicine. Every case of


SDIAGINARY DISEASE

ILLS INTENSIFIED AND MORBID FAN-
CIES HARD TO CURE.

Sufferings of the Confirmed Hypoelhon.-
driac-Cancer and Heart Disease In the
Blitad-A Case In a' New York Hospital.
Cured In Fifteen Minutes.


CONGO CANNBAIB

A PRACTICE WHICH THE TRIBES
ENDEAVOR TO CONCEAL.

Hundreds of Victimu' Skulls Arranged in
Rows Around the Huts-Warring on the
Weaker Tribes for a Supply of Human
Fleh.
The facts ab3ut the Congo cannlba
havo been very slow in coming to Mf4
light. In the thousand or more pages of
ey's lst book the subject is not men-
tioed:.. The explorer was top busy fou'nd-
lug his twenty stations to add fresh facts
to the details In his "Dark Continent"
about a practiloc which many of the tribes
yA->ji, j^- pal The "MauNi'ia. iine
vwhp were made known mto us, ;l '-. ;,-
Livingstone and Stanley that tley did not
eat Inman fleash. Whn Stanley found at
a vfl.age abovo stanley Falls hundreds of
whiterfed skuile arranged in rows around
tle muts, he was told they were the skulls
of Rokos or chimpanzees, and- that this
1specios of the ape family was favorite food
among the peopleI. He offered a I hundred
oowrfbs for a spectmena of a Sokp, dead or'
anvq,but It was not produced. Two of the
skulls were taken to England. where Pro-
fasor fluxley pronounced them the skulls
of a woran and a .pan. They bore the
miaxks of the hatehet that gavo the unfor-
tunate prisoners their death; and Stanley
said half the skulls he saw were similarly
marked.
W.UiTIINO ON WEAKI91 TRIBES.
The mI.ldL course of the Congo from a
potnt about ,O es above Nyangwe to
Dodbo, some 1.200 milqsdowi the river,
and dte t*/if4 c on o sides of this
r.t o me rver Iare the reions where
ary a of thi v ongo cannibals are
d. Thuy are not known near the
sources otf Vie riveei or near its mouth.
Tle. traeoler -'oxn aike Tanganyika to
Nvangweo on ohe ongo passes through a
coury '"surpassingly beautifutl,.'- as Lhi,'.
bigotone caled ,it, whiolh Is thi tome of
tb0 eanrnlbal Manyema. Whei a slavc or
carrfer belonging to a carav-an dies in
tbiir country they always wish to bury
the boay. scoring grata or vegetables in
eol>Hane. They wnke war on lo wetaer
tribes around themL. To one explocrr
they ustiftati( canatbalism on the ground
that their neighbors were thleves and
ought to hbe eatm. "They cme l hew,"
lhCy d.. 'W an v' rl-eaJ out- bl.ua:. Lnd
,i tvc 'two- ati.d kill riad et tlrn; "' The
ioruntry abouiii, vIth a greaL .uirletyx.f
4alJWal atIld vc%'tble fuod. ani.l Liviug.
"lU.."td tl 1 'T'i. W .ie r"esnm for Mian
MI a4jMl_ mli tu -l t a deprarvxl appe-
It' K"N 1 bp tasupposed that l Aof


land, "I could hesitate no longer, but I by trard or sea voyage. "."
never was plaed in a position where it Argument is commonly W'orseJVe'.
took more ner"e than tQ fire that old can- lesS, but there should "
Qon. It went off all right, though." T49 p,.l-sion glvena-th.-.th --
IdaLna NMcsried away their dead, but half I state is dut 7 ,


a doze dead and dying horses were found.
That wis the last attack of the Indians .on'
that ,wagon traln.-Deiver Cor. Ka ."
Cit. Josi'i L .- -" - "


$10. The reduction in the annual death The writer called on number of prom-
rate from fever to 484 per 3 million from -.i0e11t phiyicinsaniad asked them if, among
the 1.51 GO0 rate of 908 per friillion rep..- th'ir pLtonats, they bad many who imag-
r1.-.-rw.rJ a total saving of $1,500,000. iiJ ithe., had dise-ases which they did not
"lbut of this no one seemed conscious;" ha-.-:o -.'me very interesting informaflon
while the aninua! cost of scarlet fever at ,wa i.'.taincd. The doctors said It was
the presenttime v ,,, .. 0 i a year. found to be a very common trotule, and
If, tlif: e're. Q e coilI tr:.- ."' "'.-l, ier Jhat the clhef di e M th001 1-
i^ ^"-^-- a."** ^*-/ I ,T.W ^ Y' ^c }^It~ 'i._" '
.j_ ._o-!4... ,,.. agine they have are cancer,
i,'ol1 nnn1u'3il.3ii, l ri i. n i-'-r-d Bt'igLt's disease In The ge of
precnuti[n" "w.h i -Would e t" cii. yproclonudrira;,.? ,' ,-"-. ... ", v
try every year somewhere about half as It was found that the ..a.e _.i ..
much money as the recent conversion of epidemic. A thbe thathe of ai
stocks, besides much ip-m,.'v," Here is sickness and denth from cancer of the
new light upon disease. It is increas- throat, and during the iltnes.of the late
ingly preventable, rind as we reduce itp Kaiser Friledrich, hundreds a 6of people with
virulence and range w, save money.-'- nothing serious at all -the matter with
SPall Mall Gazette, them called upon Dr. Shrady, who attend-
ed Gen. Grant, and told him they Lhad can-
The Blahamas' Spono xcbangeo. cer of the throat coming. on and wished
h s s on to be treated for it.
The greatest sponge exchange on thiS One celebrated physician, who made a
continent is not an inspiring sight to one special study of the disease, said that it
fresh from Wall street. It is merely a was worthy of note that In all these cases
large shed without side walls, and open the patient reasons correctly-that Is, he
to the public generally. Along the sides draws just inferences from the error.
tre scattered huge piles of the elastic Thus the Prince of Bourbon, when he
protozoans strung together in strands. supposed himself to be a plant, reasoned
The building is opened at 9 o'clock in the justly when he insisted upon being
morning, the members of the exchaug- watered with the rest of the pants every
being promptly on hand. There are ht o day. In like manner, the yp 1h1on r1a
tickers no.. splendor of ,u hat, no. who supposes himself tIo .be oa reasons
wtick no ndorofplugwth the same correctubss he
tel of shrill voices, no excited groups. stretches his body and limbs on bed
The brokers merely deposit bids with the or a board and assumes the -stil-es and.
clerk of the exchange. and at noon rthe silence of a dead man.
highest bidder on any one cargo lhas thie The following is from the records of
privilege of buying that cargo. Not- one of the New York hospital's house
withstanding the primitive provin.cialism surgeons:
of their methods, Nassau brokers are "It was on July I that, 4 man of small
keen business men. They understand stature, who was- foQnd afterward s to be
"gloves" and "Key Vesters" as weil as a shoemaker by trade, who lwas apparent-
a Wall street man understands puts and ly about 40 years of age, escaped from his '
calls, and they often bid within two- homo and was rimnig at arge in the
pence or threepence of one another on streets of the city .lacerating .I flesh
..-...e5 ratngng in value. frt Dom -n t and beatingnis head againatthe sides of ,
:, ,. , ,n .. -o houses. A- number of citizens managed
.. --Nl.a.Ksu Cor, New Y ork to c, pte him; and Ihey brought him to
ra -Was .Perfect y aiaei. ,th' ,ti.ital, followed by a big crowd.
SWs erfety.tt"With his arms tied behind him" and In
The officer at the Third Btreet depot the greatest agony, his face brtsed and
found two men jawing, and aftqtsendIo g swollen, his lips torn to pieces .and
one away said to the other: ^ streaming with blood, he was uhered
"You are very foolish a up a i to he hospital by those who had bim in
wrangle here. charge. I met them at the door and In- "
LI-it he threatened to bit me on the quired into the case. The man was eager
earii hr protested the strsuager. to toll his own story, but with-dIffl ty
"a's, but what do yoLn r i th collected words to convey It. Hte lan-
I dlo't care abornet a rthe., but iht gage was copious, but his agitatton so
W 1p Lris language. I protest agaIt the g eat thathe could hardly utter sen-
tcra 'snout'". e- a ;Ice. cing interrupted by Oonataat
'lo meantrVAer Ipre ', o efforts to tear hisl. toe. I ,mo,
s pres O Pt why e It t he b ay witbh him knew nothing ee tltor
se That's wthi atI sp ,g u nd had prevented him ftnrm bo thjia ot
tonha(.)DBmor.win tt. kninw. e oould ownanins. At iath ben o ti
genteel way that e LhuinIthe unon which 1i4 mind w idtAeL ai
nose, and he nm hte bi apper lp I& s aid there wasn aw
"Well, you'd better lethc alone." [m s his flesh and penetrating
lie didn't, though. H6fliipsed away is by, and unless he could tepit out
and renewed the controvery and ten the worm would soon be beyond his reach
minutes later he came back wih his nose .ndI inevitably destroy him. This was
knocked into the middle of last week and the cause of his misery. He wal assured
one eye closing. of tha possibility of relief., and wlth a
oI told you," said the officer. "Are smiling countenance I patted' him on the
you satisfied now?" shoulder and bade him no longerbe n-
"I am. sir. It's snout, and a mighty easy, for I would cut out the wwrm
ad onel"-Detroit A re Press.e, es sparkled, and in an i instant oe re-
ord ol .cy.s W...-i.,... pried, 'Will you? Do It then t o it,
Lord oiseey'sWar in. uick, for God's sake.'
ord Wolsoley says thero is atcr ,eas d ot to desair gor I













ne Mex am in -es nsnwg sr m n ia tal 11 o rS- w-. l.d.--b-t- ai r .. ..
now menacing England a tne e os snow.read ore. ove then e
hility of a for,]igrr iuvasion-tLo -ss-;- t ag upon his lesh. Accordingly ijWvn4_
ga.co of the -Eng-ish s 0 "t thecellsL of the maacs ';n 0oln-


to athencenso the maniacs. Wnbtemeantim I
ticed, ho says, ever since -h' aof an aeated h flhimslf fo .


increasepro thestenden of ,s-is ,a I araded six lantcetse o the t. e
me a to spend a much-larger vo ti 1t h. sByt "m ing s..l.t... tae


wears three shot. of tissu. papr i s f too long and Ihurried out te and
hatasa preventive of suntroke. They pi cked from the ground"pne ok the large
arei colored tbluoe, orange d greoe. Theseo worms or catierpllards wach 1 i.fe.tese
colors, tie wearer claims, loprive the poplar trees at thattne and tad-Awlen
sun's rays of the heat. The bsuo repro- from the trees by thei door. On@ end of
sets the hi r atmosphere, t orange twhe iect had beentrodane atad It
the clouds ar the green tho eareth.t-Day. was enl dead. ^Thf It,_ ,ad o re-
ton (0.) Democrat, turning found my patene a unepses trso








to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~o lon antd o ie e gin n s I h""''" kdou ot nd
weas .....einpreased. But pon seeing me takna the
hat a" a tivgot i instruments he fxed himself nd the chair
A red Ion nihraugm a. i and a sw requested my assistants, the v ieoth-







Ih onsius roh n and o e hide dn wil ec t oary n treetherary m tonS
sumn's r ys o te er~at.Th buc r fo bthe tree' Sby th5 doro



nt g ted bthsay ovr a to difroa, wok h o bane th eslt he so d st r w e i le o e u t


woo,.ndaferar elboatl poihd pai of q thde cttin preservmet, fr eosre
arssn tohoo plikenir hewad o,'as wrum. "with cazncet thes ewtonl weas begudn.
downyth i ias nt c araisn with it. It finchtale y. He lene
was on suchtahodsads ohi, withasm h bk inst nthe ald of hirml d Ie persao










then Unied States marshal and later was a perfect cure, and this re yearaabe










governor of Colorado, was conveyig pris- ango was-effected in less tants rift
onerg to Jail i faichigan. At la rques, t minutes after the patient entered th
Sogland organized thet fro-ain, and for lo hospital."e i instrum











digext days they fought Indians. Am- The best doctors sat that the rncaes
o amunition was about gone, and th last the disease line Ihn condition w QuIlly
night they looiaded thei aly cannon fdith wcure which lower the too of he
than Pdro'yaslmansofionwarb fle 3 oft;adenupri ~ihh a ~ I














trace chains to b read for ths early nera health or deprewi tw e vitalik o
morning attack the Indiafl' were sure nto brain, either by-physical wa t orf m
ngmake. He dampenedp guanp acks tho load worry. Desappointmet, bcad hae
singe seet pred ovr te biohatI tgt ly, tarndItthul lied hse boeptore













tho cannon. Tharl nextrid inan it wa b 20 want of proper mental ocoUtatton, o
dags. below zero, ande at ,lht I.dia cause the trouble. The trement"
eattackned the traowin. Itt occurred to raw- hisls in mp ases to himprvh the gaI
land hat the sacksfa wotul d be frozen and heali th especially a full et, cft efue










the cannon would burst. For the mome dt selected; hydro-toerapeuthes, ine ote.'
bi stepped back and hesitated. On came gymnastics, horseback riding, wal'v go /
thev Indiansl and terrified women and rowing, abundant and ar h eat. ged
children wereo huddling p nlose to th in th open air, ad the rana-ne /
malo.Inedous de ti;.idenouE.gh, buter aItt-om it atoihmnt"s













wagons Vhn I saw thos terror uhe patien's orroundongtsoas toe lidhe
stricken women and mehfldren, said How- te od and Trerseve frm worY, h e obsve
hungr tsquad ons.adthbide Ptomns.w ith1tranquiity, is e friends headto id
Cromenahi thoe plinsidowand owaas witht was crazy, but thi oulbe anforevidenc.
Ath famtIouldsenunt Itrai ln gewic r.wAs at-toithscontry.s
taced by thegousad fnddiihmys~lofrans. unt, ,.lomgt-r.t of hisheetv a e~l
theno antd Slthe sky mra rsha wol ad lateer ya e. I'feth curgaenhimasevre fmarleab
govenor f Clorao, ws cnveyng dris ne w ast-e ,c ffethed Ln lesstheafiros
beien atouxail inselflohigaredAth hsicus.t1minutesrafterUP thdexcpatmientg, nterdt
got upa. organized the dtrain, rd for t nine hos---;tal1"


C.P-~YL ~-~pl~+Pr


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Ajtltougti ttne Maryema; .-are Far more me
fj.ed thap atuy o thcicannibal tribe6,
ryl superiority; and their handsiome
wonten arc munch sought water as slaves
by the Arabs. wiro now support several
stations in the Manyema country, and
here as well as further down the Congo
are doing, much to destroy the practice of
ca nibalisiu
(annlbal tribes are regarded with fear
Snd abhorrence by all who are not ad-
toted to tho practice. Had it not been
or the terror with which the Congo men
oats- inspired their pnrA-iMz T -io+o
or Cameron. Instead of Stanley, would
havo solved the t4oblenm of the Congo.
This abhorronoe ot annibalism extends
faom sea to sea. Horace Waller wrote
0i the tribes of Lako Nyassa that
it was common to behoar them speak of
tribes far away wha eat human bodies,
"and on every occasion the fact is related
with the utmost hos'ror and disgust."
THIIOUSANDS O? CANNIBALS.
The densely wooded regions between
Nyangwe arid Stanley Falls are the
homes of many thousands of canni-
als. T'he Waregga, the Wasongoro
Mono, and the Bakumu are the best
known among these fiarce tribes. A large
part of the temritory they inhabit has tot
Van visited, but in some of their vi.ages
aong the river human skulls are found
t1inhg the streets, anI human thigh bones,
ribs and vertebra are piled up in the
garbage heaps. "Ah. we shall eat
Wajimi moat today, was the cry with
which they sallied forth here and there to
do battle with Stanley. At Stanley Falls
4n sank In the river the bodies of two of
kW men whom they had killed to keep
Rtiom out of the cltS-'hes of the cannibals.
These tribes, who a few years ago
swarmed by tbousauds along the river,
have now buried themselves in the for-
est's, tho Arabs having taken complete
possession of the river banks between
Nyangwo and Stanlevy Falls.
A littjo below the Bangala tribe Gren-
foll and Voua Prancois, threo years ago,
fund t;Mxienndri of cannibals along the
thinly populated" 'l.iipa afluent which
th.ey atei's'd for mora thian 300 mileo.
Th7te tribes, all of whom speak the stmo
language. d.1! not pretend to deny their
yatiarm tor iatimani t;ah. They share
wfth the ay.in -:i;.t'- n v peculiarity of pr;-
f.wrning to o.at Mien, aid they do not kill
womcn f(r fcod Tdhey rq4eteatedly offered
to giveo tlo xploalrs women slaves in ex-
changeo forw men who they admiitted would
0e uM ized as food. V.on Francois says
thy partloularly covet his fat Boruki
lilapr-t-. Owe so* presumptuous
lows aurrtoufi&d tle big Indian inter-
etor, phsm'd qdt armsi, batted him on
(thebc., ocied "Meat!, eitatl" and begged
feo whtlpbs to reward their friendship by
eld. th a present of the man.- -Cor.
Mew Yorii Si.
Ceomnorant, l Vshtng In China.
Soraotime. several flahomr form partner-
a1p, and tart a c2-operativo business.
TIby Invest in ( shallow punt, and a regi-
maoot of *Istxs twenty or more of thoso
*s1enn lurds sit on pet-hea at either cid
ef tho pinit. each ISavng 4 lhmpen ood
oetmed roand the throat just blow tho
uIch, to preovont ita owallfowing any fish
path.- Then, at a gilveu signal, all
the enoO itmq fhA o into the water, ap-
Dp]up wv/ l a rno of the disadvantage
r, wfathe prey.
te'tr revotmnents belpw the surface are
rJ iwniand graceful as they dart hi
it o a fish or an eel, and giving it ,a
itlhi their htrciig, hooked b ak, swal-
atid contiuao hunting. Sometimes
do ,iot return to thM surface till they
accurod several fisah, and their
iuso pouch ia quiit distended,
itambtixpes the t Il oft fLshL protrudes
SheteM a ing bilL Tben they return
O sna facc, ad, at tho bidding of their
; s dlsprge their prey, one by ose,
Spqnuh p e ipty, when they again_
S vp te signal to dive. When the
r are ired the strap is removed from
throat, and the, aftb rewarded with a
ip o efl.h which they catch as It is
rown"i tohem.,-Youth's Com.npanon.


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DAIY AND WEEKLY 'Surgeon ae Hamllton has dis- that it is a disease that does not pop I ;a l tbeo 'h a thg prie s andt o, at ,
DAILY D"WEEKY covered hna's nest. He states in.an early belong to this cu,,,ry.-Fom es for thg r E f comig i corpe- eforeains gthe factory. fk rde f
c t ta e hojpo-l ..unders i .4 l a nsiatet -stae otrie so ul .. ,ved
COMME IA JLISH G C0. address before the "Viginias State time to time sporadicases have been --- d under 4 clllan'sl)iges
of the hii.,- O1 ['.. eti ,r ,i Florid says he hos them without flu r amk rud pract
H.K.COLESON, Business Manager. Medical Society that the government reported in various localities but i ow- r. The no-i.-ir..a ., Crpow ati iisha'l b
H K C O LE so N B u sin ess M an ag er. r p te saved i fh e "F e nsac o R af lo w ,
(vilih ich 1nm) has traced the soawceof here in a original epidemic fom save the "P'ensacoa Marie Railwy C mpany," "
M VA(whLch IAm) Das tAace at Jackson, Miss. Upon- the report of and its principal place of business slial, b
ES-INVARABLYIN ADVANCE. yelloI v fever ,ito Key West, and that ever at Jackson a general examina- in the City of Pensacola, Florida. es
Six Months "... 3 00 it was brought from Havana in some tion of the premises aid surroundings be r he general nat re Cof te business s to
There Months, .... 150 furniture and bedding sent to Key Ii" that city was made, and none were build and operate at NavvCoe on 'e nsa
One Month, "....... 50 e found clean or healthy. The lesson cila Bay in snua Ross c'unt, stlte of
Furnished by carrier at your residence or West and stored there in the house of Jackson should not be lost in other Florda, a Marine Roia C)uand Dry Do k,
of Jackson should not lie lost ia other C31 Flor;de, a Marlne RAlway 'and Dry Do k,
place of business at 50 cents per month. a restaurant keeper named Baker &c. localities. If that place could or'gi- an I to build and repair vess 1 and al o to
THE WEEKLY COMMJLERCIAL &c. The COMMER'IAL heard all this in nate an epidemic very fatal in its U U thi, extent of 5010 acr s
s published every Fridayee. Specimen 1882, the year after the feveo appear- character by neglect of sanitary pre- Ill. The amount of lh <'a ital S'o kis
pies afyear, Postage Free. Specimen in Pnsacola Sn eo1 General cautious, there is no reason why the $ 10,('00.(:0,dividedinto 1)00 Shatesor$.1 ).0J
copiessame causes should onot produce the each, aind payable in cish.
t it s e IV. Said Corporation begin s its existcn e
ADVERTISING RATES Hamilton knew nothing about it. He same effects elsewhere during the next on the 6th diy of October, 188-, and wilt
easonable and furnished on application, has made no examinations in person, suinmmer. end on the 1st day of Januarv.1920.
The circulation of the COMMERCIAL is !t o eYdcmlV. The business of said corporation is to
more than double that of any paper in this and these reports coming frtom men as be conducted by a Board of revei D rotors
section, rendering it a valuable a4yertis ill informed as himself are utterly un- Mr. Bibber (next morning)-'Oh, b of whom one hall be Pre dent, and an-
ing medium. my head! It is a wonder that a man othpr Vice-Presidenit, annually, elc ted on
S* worthy of credit. The absurdity of will put an enemy into his mouth to the First Monoay of July.
Our Subscription Books, Pressroo t and (he wHole thing is shown by TIamil- steal away his brains." Mrs. Bibber VI. ThoiehigLest amount of indebte:1ness
tion of patrols or others, who are invited to ton's statement that the fever reached -"If that's what you did it for, Bib- 0r lablity of s id Corporaton it lixed at -
come and see for themselves. Jacksonville in February last and has ber, I think the enemy got badly left." N M. H. Sullivan. S. IR. Sanford, W. A.S.
Address all letters and communications to rra Hate Express. Wheelr, R. L Campl, W.S. Kevser. S -- L DO UC
COMMERCIALPUBLISHING COMPANY, lingered there ever since. If the fever C. Cobb, L. H. Sellars, L. P. Knowles, W.
ll and 13 West Government street. can reach Jacksonville in February Minister to Bobby-"So yesterday [I. Knowles, J. E. Kanser, F. Iowe, J. FOR
after frost what security is there that was your sixth birthday, was it, Used by theUnited States Government. Endorsed by the heads of the Great Universities and J M. Flin. PENTLEMEN.
FRDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1888. it will not linger there all the winter ? obby?" Bobby with pride- Yes and Public Food Analysts, as the Strongest Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream The only cal 3 SEAMLESS Shoe smooth -
it will not linge sir." Minister-You teem to be BakinPowder does notcontain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Delicious Flavoring Ex- Every variety of Fruit and Ornai l de. NO TACKS or WAX HREI D to hart
hueit q at or pu buite y"o obbeI tracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rome, etc., do not contain Poisonous Oils or Chemicals. Treer ab o ti at r a th te s h and-sewed 4 as onm-aI.
What use is there in quarantine or proud abeut it, Bobby." Bobby-"I PRIcE B ING PO ERtab to this clinte, tor sale atnd. swe O lA 4 he Eus u
TO OUR EXCHANGES AND in keeping out the people! If it has am : pa's got to pay fare for me on the PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. Nw York. Chloago. St. Louie. Pe (t!eren's Nuery e.
STRANGERS. lingered in South and East Florida street cars now."-New York Sun. ;
Now please remember that Pensa- and wintered there since 1882, what Phijadelphiani-"Is there luch CAN BE FOUND ATr loes i er t e e
cola is not in Florida; that it is a part sense is there in seaboard quarantine musical culture in Prairie City ?" 'fT .r l, y wea,. C A.alf mSTe0r
of the territory of Alabama proper, against HIauana,and other West Indian Westerner -"Musical culture? Well: A CO T A ,0 IO h st i. ae.world torg
and that reports of fever in Florida and Mexican ports. The fact is that I should smile. Why, sir, the Prairie A COSTA 0w6RZ.W J A
are at points as far from Pensacola as it is all theory and the commerce of City folks just n out rk to otensacoa.d mir" Dte;.a .tn o
is" Louisville, St. Louis, Pittsburgh the Gulf and South Atlanu, ports is to Alit ninr gets out of tuter with 0 orde rwr t
and Cincinnati, and that Key West is be broken up- ic>r.^.. L_.. aet( ,.,.rn,.t.--Philadelpbia Record. NI im A, J' 1 1 m ate BENNEn &a
an fCincnnt, ,n Vp "r r -" ^ 1iA1us1e-1 AUgerm hunters and theory 1 *
while Jaksonville is 368 and makers, who expect to get a share of New Orleans Pica une. 19 Old Slip, EW YORK. Wilkins & Borelli Agents Pen ol
makecol who expect to got astr ,Fur u mf of Pesaol ha a Ppdta RATES OF FREIGHT GIVEN ON AP-
Tampa over 500 miles. Study your the surplus in the treasury,and divide named Klink, who is training for a F iture of All Kinds at Bottom P r A. s P ICA N f
geographies and you will not do Pen- the money contributed in charity professional walking match. If he PLICATION TO F of locCarlge
sacola this injustice. whenever and wherever they can man- would hire himself out as a district Fine, Medium and Common Furniture in Endless Yariet All Gods Landed Free of Dock Charges. I
Sin heiu and makeo F nsu ie lI SS ari Insurance effected under Open Policy of
age in the south to get up a scare and messenger he might make himself use- this Line at %% under deck, and 3%% on Dr. Davis's l a
Alabama has made a clean sweep. anic. Hamilton gives himself and ful; but it is probable, that doing er- ALL GCODS USUALLY KEPT AT A FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE HOUSE WILL dock.f I
rands would be too much like work, Best attention paid tothe purchase and
PHILADELPHIA has cut down the his helpers clean away when he says and make him ired.e wo BE FOUND AT THEIR ESTABLISHMENT. aleof allkinds oferchandipurchase ad Cures Couhs, Colds, Consumtion, Br
pay of her policemen. the fever reached Jacksonville in Feb- BU!LDING )fATERIAL A SPECIALTY. Throat& lrngAffections. o~ a e Ustm
pay of her policemen. She is savingruary last, but was not declared epi- TAKE NOTICE. WE ESPECIALLY CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR STOCK OF WALL d;.0 87-ly-2aw Tt le.
up money for the Pinkertons demic until August 16th which was d Our subscribers will please notice the PAPER IN THE LATEST DESIGNS; T
demic until August 16th, which was date to which they have paid and which, is D' C4E L UOxI VCO
PENNSYLVANIA nOW virtually OW about the time his employees reached stamped on every paper they receive. Our ALSO TO THEIR PINE STRAW CARPET, WHICH IS MEETING WITH GREAT s20 S7-sw-1v
the country. The Pinkerton detec- Jacksonville. amount due for another year is not paid FAVOR AND BIG SALES. r ll r nilnIl
ties can now have full swing. Some The Gulf and South Atlantic cities within a reasonable time after the subscrip- (Established 1870.)
tivestion expires, the name will be stricken from PARTIES FROM THE COUNTRY WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTER- B 1 IIl ii1113(aEI
of the laboring men who voted for must shake themselves clear of this our mailing list. U
his outside interference in their home af- EST TO CALL AND GET PRICES BEFORE PURCHAS-
Hterm is out, fairs. It is simple insolence and im- The Toy the Child Likes Best ING ELSEWHERE. (_-O. A idr-e s,
,termpertinence and its exercise -IS THE-- Propritor.
pertinence and its exercise is product- "ANCHOR" ALL ORDERS BY MAIL WILL MEET WITH PROMPT ATTENTION. Proprietor.
It is to be hoped that the republi- ive only of evil. HE FINES OF-- Poorait and View .Photoglraphe
cans have seuenred a majority in both THE FROGS DONT LIKE THEIR a stone. hree Colors. 1P atroniage olieited.
houses as well as the presidency. Let KING.junt A CLEoI opRaeRT for child- june22-88-tf W lines and iLiquors, 2 1-2 Palafox Street.
them have full swing. Heretofore I ren fali anes. For l.a, or ,
vc It looks very much as if one of two $2.00 a good average box.
they have been abie to hold the dem- thins were bei done-either hose sent ADVIC TO MOTHERS. Harriaaloue ent IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCO having just taken in my employ Mr.
tpost-freeon application to ADVICE TO MOTHERS. Dr. J. Harris Pierpont,
ocrats responsible; now we hope they who have escaped the fever are being Are you disturbed at night and broken of OR. PALAFOX AND MAIN STS., rehar levedtoIak
will have the full responsibility unecessarily re bstricted or else theo 0 BRODWA NEW YORK. your rest by a sick child suffering and cry- te Resident physician Ciy Hospi- PENSACOLA, FLA. finet Photogaphs, Views. Crayon, Pastel
convalescents are being given too ing with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send tal, Richmond. Va. d387tf and Oil Portraits, ever made in this or any
WE never kick a dog who barks for much latitude. The Marine Hospital oc9-2m at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's OFFICE-At J. E. D'Alemberte's Drug other section.
his, Service can takes its choice o the two FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUB. Soothing Syrup for Childien Teething. Its StOie. m My Crayon Portraits at e$15.0 cannot e
his master especially a shepherd dog, propositions-if it takes any notice of 12 vau i clcual lt r t I equalled in any city for less than $50.00.
for they are ordinarily intelligentiand these facts at all, a supposition which LIC value is incalculable. It will relieve the evidencee 123 East Grgory. nv3-lm IfNothing but theFinestof Work allow-
SDow & Coo are agents for Hirschberg's poor little sufferer immediately. Depend ed to leave >his Institution.
kindly. It is only when they have is highly improbable. A | | N1
d ts n t ha Our people have been long-suffering onchangeable Spects and Eye Glasses. In upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about TO ADVERTISERS sd-[y
bad masters and bad training that and patient, avd then are certainly order to induce the public to purchase good it. It cures dysentery and diarrboea, rcgu- A list of 1000 newspapers divided into T
they develop unpleasant dispositions entitled to a little consideration now. Spects and Eye Glasses, Messrs. Dow & lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind ST ATLS AND SECIONS will be sent on Ir ^Iai -el
and let their zeal outrun their discre- It is far from our intention to subject Co have been instructed to guarantee colic, so the gums, reduces inflamma- appo these who wan t their advertising to REAL ESTATE
tion. any section of the country to any everypairof these glasses, and should they tion, an gives tone and energy to the whole pay, we can offer no better medium fo' -P OTOCRAPHER,
danger from these outgoing seekers at any time become unfit for wear Messrs. system. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup thorough and effective work than the var.ou, -- AND--
of rest; but it does appear that if those Dow & Coe will furnish the purchaser with for Children Teething is pleasant to the sections Our e:ect Locl List. -AT THE-
WE nominate Grover Cleveland as who have remained well and the con- a new pair of glasses "Free of Charge." A taste, and is the prescription of one of the Newspaper Advertising Bureau, COLLECTING E T Little House around te Carer"
the democratic candidate for 1892. He valescents might be put upon a foot- guarantee accompanies each pair. Call and oldest and best female nurses and physi- o2-Im 10 Spruce street, New York.
has the courage of his convictions. He more nearly approaching equality.- see some. DOW & COE, c ans in the United States, and is for sale NEXT TO CITY HOTEL, r ITNDENCIA STREET. ,
is the best representative of the issue Times-Union. Sole Agents, Pensacola. by allduggists throughout the world. PricFLORIDA. PORTRAIT AND ALL TYLE
he has so courageously made for the Of course it is improbable. You TTIT I 5 cents a bottle. PENSACOL, FLORIDA.
democratic party and that issue wilL wanted United States interventionI T --j" A 4 -"eRMASTE oR A ""
4one 'in alifu ture -political CvvonuWerdum CIATION, will as t n hetAlRAttenton Rents collected, and prompt monthly
RIa A W onderfulm Type-W writer classification i e "AMERICSAN e returns made; Taxes, Isurane, &c., at .
contests as it has been in thepastup to long-suffering and patient people that OFFER AT VERY LOW PRICES A s complete as a $100.03 machine, wih or assistance to vessels inmade; Taxes, dInsurance, &c., a distress tended to.
1861 when the war effaced all former win favors and consideration from LARGE STOCK OF capitals and small letters, writes 50 word assistance to Surveyor All Property placed in my hands for Sale
issuesand enabled the monopolists and arbitrary and irresponsible power. MEN'S YOUTHS' AND BOYS' a minute, and can be operated rapidly Pensacola. March 1188-1 or Rent,for a definite period, will beAdver THE BEST EQUaPPED PRINTING AN
land gamblers to fasten their hold on Dr IHamilton says the fever has with butvery little practice. 25,00) sold in tised FREE OFCRARGE.
land gamblers to fast their hold on amion says e ve as in two years. Agents wanted. Price, $.00 W. DAVION. W. LE Owners of Property for Sale or Rent wil GENEAL JOB OFFICE IN
the pockets of the people. Hurrah for been in your city since Feb. last;it ay_ to $16U00. Sendfor des cripti ve cirelars. DA T nd it to their advantage to place same in WEST FLORIDA.
Grover Cleveland for 1892. hybernates there. Now what are you :-ALSO: KIK & t T Vw w my charge. Low ates, Prompt Dispatch a
going to d: about it. All the money LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S Civil E ng-ineer pr 7-87-tf A Delivery.
IdE A apr -7tf All kinds of Cards, Circulars, Posters,
The election is over, now let us get -in the world would not col.n1jsate_ ALLTH E WAY FROM JAPAN -AND-- Pamphlets, Lawyers Briefs l Heads,
...... ..--- .TnosokvJill and the South for the uif-'nin. A- K. HAWKE&-,nr- r-I V a m -. Streamers and all sorts of Job Fanc


down to solid business, ana maKe our
seaport THE seaport of the gulf. We
can do it if we only try. We must
take more cognizance of local issues
- --and do something towards making
the facs--il reference to our city and
port, known and understood in the
West and Northwest. Thankful that
we have had no yellow fever scare
or panic, that the national doctors
have let us alone, let us now demon-
strate to the world that we are a live
city of live people. Outside of a few
office seekers the election will make
no difference. We endured republican
rule for 20 years and we can stand it
now for fouryears,more and that is all
the length of time it will last this
time.

THE best thing the democratic party
can now do is to select the liti'e Flori-
da octopus as chairman of the
national democratic campaign com-
mittee. If Calvin S. Brice conld have
manipulated the whole of the states
as the little octopus did Florida, and
could have induced them to pass
Florida,s registration law, he could
have, as the little octopus did, not on-
ly secured a favorable result, but he
could in advance and by secret cir-
culars, have predicted the result of the
election in such a way as to have se-
cured at the same time a reputation as
a prophet and an unscrupulous wire
worker. But, alas! the conditions and
surrounding circumstances are differ-
ent and Florida has to face a republi-
can president and a republican con-
gress.

NOTHING SURE.
The Times-Union is in receipt of a
letter which bears the postmark "Pen-
sacola, October 31," and which did not
reach this city until four o'clock on
the afternoon of November 4. It bore
the unmistakable marks of fumigation
as well. Pensacola is an uninfected
area. Why this delay? Can the offic-
ials of the Post-office Department ex-
plain ?
We are not so sure that Drs. Ham-
ilton, Cochran and Guiteras and the
rest of them may not yet declare that
Pensacola is in an "infected district,"
and that as in Jacksonville the fever
been wintering in Pensacola ever
as it wintered id Jackson-
to Dr. Hamilton since


injury that has unnecessarily been ac-
complished.

DROPPING ON THE GAME.
To the Editor of the Times-Union.
Your editorial a few days ago, "No
Trifling," hia the nail square on the
head-but did not hit it quite hard
enough. Keep hammering away in
that direction, and depend upon it
this "epidemic" will soon come to an
end. If you will but reflect for a
moment on the number of the present
inhabitants of the city, who are either
directly or indirectly interested in
keeping up the excitement (and some
of them very much to the contiuuance
of unusual power and profit) you will
not wonder at its continuance.
As a means of still further lessening
the number of new cases, as daily re-
ported, I would suggest that all re-
ported sick with yellow fever, who
are not able to employ a physician or
to pay for medicine and nourishment,
be sent to the hospital. J. F. B.

PERSONAL.
Mr. N. H. Frohlichsteiu, of Mobile, Ala.,
writes: I take the pleasure in recommend-
ing Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, having used for an attack of
Bronchitis and Catarrh. It gave me instant
relief and cured me and 1 have not been
afflicted since. I also beg to state that I
had tried other remedies with no good re-
sult. Have also used Electric Bitters and
Dr. King's New Life Pills, both of which I
can recommend.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion, Coughs and Colds, is sold on a posi-
tive guarantee. Trial bottles free at
D'Alemberte & Co's Drug Store.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE,
THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Cres-
cent Drug Store.
PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT.
Several second hand square and upright
pianos in first class order can be bought
chleap.for cash or rented. Rent applied to
puieh'ase of piano if desired.
GEO. GODOI,
Proprietor Gpera House Music Store.
PROTECT YOUR EYES.
Properly adjusted specs and eye glasses
are a great benefit to the eyes. Dow & Coe
are sole agents for Hirschberg (the St. Louis
optician) Diamond Specs. Call and have
your eyes properly adjusted with a pair of
these celebrated specs. For sale only by
Dow & Coe. je7-lm


A.....WI ................... .........l lrsta& -
much pleased with th.e pantiscopic glasses tnH ` *. -"'RoJfm)-.--- .i
Jerseys all-wool from 50cS to$3, you S o perfectly adapted to my eyes: with Office at the New County CourtHouse 1
--A NEW LINE OF-- them I am enabled to read, as in my youth, _a 2 --I
adies' Underwear the finest print with the greatest ease. 1 W O. B UT-.E Ji'1J .
Ladies U n Il r e a cheerfully recommend them to the public. Attorney Counsellor ity H otel
-ALSO IN- Respectfully, R. B.IHUBBARD, (EX-Attony Counsellor-at-Law. Li y OT
Gov. of Texas) Minister to Japan. All
Dress Goods Dress Goods, eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by W. A. D' OFFICE--Up-Stars S.W. Corner Pala-
38-inch Tricot Flannel, at 47% cents. Alemberte, Pensacola, Fla. fox and Zarragossa streets, Ed. Sexauer, Proprietc
36 inch Gray and Brown Flannel, at 30 PENSACOLA; FLORIDA.
42-inch Gray and Brown Flannel, at 20 PROTECT YOUR EYES PRACTICES IN ALL THECOURTS. E J COOKE Clerk
cents. The best Oculists and Physicians every- jan9 88-ly J.
34-inch Suitings, 15 cents. where pronounce in favor of Hirschberg's
-ALSO- Diamond Speets. Ev(ry pair guaranteed. NATIONAL HOTEL TE-0-V-SM I3T Sr.,
Ball's and -Dr-. Warner's Eyes properly adjusted at Dow & Coe's [Formerly the St. John's and Commercial IAST SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUAR
Sole agent for Pensacola. Hotels.j PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
HEALTH CORSETS m7-im Government St., Opp. Opera House.
At $1 and $1.25; Warranted not to Break; WONDERFUL CURES. Ms, C. Pfefferle, Proprietress. Feb. 27 1887-1y.
W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Retail RATES- 1.0 to 2.00 per Day
--ALSO- Druggists of Rome, Ga., say: We have RATES-$1.50 to $2.00 per Day
Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, &c. been selling Dr King's New Discovery, Newly and Elegantly Furnished Through Dr. S. M. Gonzalez,
Electric Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salve out. Dining Room on First Floor.
Mattings 15 to 40 cents. Hemp Carpet for two years. Have never handled reme- Theo. Pfefferle, ResidnOt Phicial an n
16% cents. Ingrain and Brussels 60 cents dies that sell as well, or givesuch universal MANAGER- s in
to $.25. satisfaction. There have been some won- oct3787-ly Office Corner Palafox and Zarragossa
RUGS, DRUGGETTS, OIL CLOTHS, derful cures effected by these medicines is
this city. Several cases of pronounced Con- CHEAP AND RELIABLE NEWS. ignal streets, eravice No.5 Zarragossa. Former
Sh Poles ,Curtains, &c sumption have been entirely cured by use of The Daily Commercial will hereafter
a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, be Furnished at tleFollowiug Prices.
VERY CHEAP. taken in connection with Electric Bitters. CASH IN ADVANCE. D r A R iser
nov3-tf. We guarantee them always. Sold by J.E. One year ............................. $5 00.
D'Alemberle&Co. Sixmonths ............................ID$3.0.ENT DENTIST
Three months...................... .$15.50.
One month............................ 50.
THE CENTRAL IT CANNOT BE BEATEN. One week ........................... S.W. Cor. Palafox and IntendenciaStreets
The DAILY COMMERCIAL is hey c rriers free of charge Entrance, 3% West Intendencia Street.
iT E -W- y-est Florida taking the full United ,
PRIVATE BOARlDNG HOUSE Press telegraphic news service, and to this W. S. 'BROWN
......J U is added the noon news report of the Asso-l MB O C
Corner of Government and Cushman ciated Press, published almost within the apt i Uhna in ti l
Place hour of its reception, thus giving the pa- U hUpGM Lillldhb usUioU in1 Lj UU I I
per's readers the latest information on all No. 117 East Intendencia St.,
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, current topics, the latest and most reliable PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. Stove and Firewood!
West Side City Hotel, report of all news happenings, and making Pianos from $225 Upward. Organs
Entrance on Cushman Place. the COMMERCIAL the largest and most pop- ftom $55 Upward. Pianos and Organs EOal : aild : f-Piie !
ular newspaper in the whole section, on easy monthly paymentS.
Accommodations for Transient Guests I T
3- THE ONLY U.llUllTholps YId,
GO CPane ELER107 E. Zarragossa Street.
and see those fine opera glasses from $2.0 Bri iant COMPOUND Tis is th Second Season that the
up-J.M. Day'sjewelry storQ on the corner. Brilliant orona Coal has been sold in this city, and
is offered on its own merits: also the cele-
Those fine tea and dinner sets at Day's cor- D bb is offered on its own erits: Coalso the cele-
nr are splendid, and those ivory ad gold- Du able PROOFSAlways ready to fill ord rs. o8-3m
Li~iU Wi~k'15 lsesagoaturaemen ne k-~ne Celry oin


IIhead wUalkinng sicKs, golU racelts new
style, fine solid gold watches very cheap,
extra fine gold vest chains for ladies and
gentlemen, fine French clocks, fine French
china tea sets, fine lace fans, fine solid sil-
ver, in fact everything suitable for a nice
wedding present.
Remember the place, J. M. Day's jewelry
store on 1he corner.
NOTICE.
The collection department of the COM-
MERCIAL PUBLISHING COMPANY has been
placed in the charge of Mr. J. Emmet Wolfe,
and all payments of money to, and contracts
made with him will be duly honored by
the COMMERCIAL PUBLISHING Co.


Economical


kre Diamond Dyes. They excel all others
-I StrPnth, Purity and Fastness. None others
,re ju-t a. go,)d. JIeware of imitations-they
re m:idc of chlica and inferior materials and .
;ive poor, weak, crocky colors.
35 colors ; 10 cents each.
endi postal ti Dye Book, Smple Card, directions
.'or coloring l'hotos., making the finest Ink or isluing
to cts. a qiurt), etc. Soid by Druggists or by
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlingten, Vt.
For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles, USE
DIAMOND PAINTS.
Sold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only 1o Cents,


"faine's Celery Com.
Neuralgia pound cured my nerv-
ous sick headaches."
Mrs. L. A. u DiENTNR,
Nervous SanJacimo,Cal.
P"After using six bot-
Prostration tes of Paine's Celery
Compound, I am cured
of rheumatism."
Rheumatism SAMURL HUTCHZNSOo
South Cornish, N. H
e "It has done me more
Kidney good forkidney disease
than any other medi-
Diseases cine.' GO. AnmoTr,
Sioux City, Iowa.
AND "Paine's Celery Com-
pound has been of great
All Liver e t for torpid iver,
indigestion, and bilious.
Disorders newD" ELLZABII
UDALL, Quechee, Vt.'


DR. W. J. JOLLY,
Physician and Surgeon.
Calls Answered Any Time of the
Day or Night.
OFFICE-29 West Government Street.
oco-1m
J. EMMET WOLFE,
Notary Public.
Deeds and mortgages drawn and other nota-
rial work executed with neatness
and dispatch.
OFFICE-Corner Jefferson and Zarragossa
streets, up-stairs.
SlhCollectiomis attended to. o241-y


Printing handsoe ejtcm$ Wltts~
newest and best Type, Cuts and Desigas.
Managers'of Ent rtainments, thote get-
ting up MExcursions and Parties, the Busi-
ness Men of the City and those coming here
to transact business in any line and need-
ing work done are especially invited to call
at the COMMERCIAL OFFICE and examine
our facilities and low prices for-de1g&ood
work-Nos. 11 and 13 West Governmfi-i -
street, nearly opposite the Custom House,
Pensacola, Fla.

:= -03TSA.COIj

GREENHOUSES and NURSERIL
PLANTS AND ROSES, CHOICE IM
PORTED BULBS, SHRUBS AND
EVERGREENS, FRUIT AND -
ORNAMENTAL TREES,
BLACK WALNUTS,
PECANS,
JAPANESE PERSIMMONS, KELS1t
OR JAPAN PLUMS, LECONTE
AND KEIFFERIl-AR-
Peaches, Plums, Mulberries, Appfl,
cots, nectarines, Quinces, Umbrell. -'
Chinas 6, 8 and 10 feethigh. .
Our Cut Flower Department
Is complete in every respect, and, we think
will compare favorably with any in tb.
country. Designs of all descriptions ar
ranged tastefully and in the best manner
and packed to carry safely in wood
boxes. New and original designs fu
nished at all times. Telegraph orders f
cut flowers and designs, etc., reoeir
prompt attention.
All stock carefully tested.andawarragte
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
J. C. PETTERSEN
oct27-tf Pensacola, Fa
D. CASSIMIS,

CONFECTIONER -

Candies, Fruits, Nuts,

Cigars and Tobacco

Stock always keptFr

PRICES REASONABLE. -

19--S. PALAFOX ST--
novS-87


C. R. OGLESBY, M.
GRADUATE ST: tLOUISI
ICAL COLLEGE; GLASS OF
FORMERLY SURGEON TO 111 ..
,STATE HOSPITAL...
Telephone Nl.57. -
Office and Reception Rooms Nos., 2 and 4
Clubbs Building. a5S




A..


litlered at tho Poiteilioe ill Peisa-r"
jla., n5.-econd-cla3ss mater.

FRIDAY, 1 iS I, 1 k'.

TAKE NOTICE.
rn future simple marriage anl death no-
nt es Mill ise chanrge i. lr tl Ith. rate r',I lifty
cents ea-h.
Olitiiarie'-s and e-tendd im 'riit. no-
tites Will be inserted at 0:e hall'tili- isual
local ratfs.
: Nuticesoreteteitainnieut%. festiviils, lairs,
etc., ail special noti alnil denuomniinatiun,. tat do not interest the
public at lare-, ibuit are simply affairs tobr
riiisii. money, must I.e paid for at the regu-
lar advertising rate-.
Our church (lireetory and general notices
of uatters interelstini and important for the
.i iChe to know, n il be inserted as hereto-
lore without charge.
NOTICE.
All ailuertisements, except where there
is a written contract and agreement, are
* r iynble in advance or upon their appear-
anne in the paper. This, of course, does not
apply to regular staiiding advcrti.n'ti-t-.
ius ited upun written c.,'ntra,_t's _i1i_'11.l Iy
tit i-nriiea.


SPECIAL NOTICES.
Ad\irtis:.m>'iltk in tilts c.,iti n \ ill be
msierted at Onue ent a wvurld eath ins,.-i ti,:n.
No Special Not ce inserted fr let.ss Ian -'5
qente.


MISCELLANEOUS.


A f iStH A IPl'LE's -IrawnI.e rv
4 J0000J\. plants, riht class, it."'
C.-lils it-" hilleireid, $4 ier th.usiti : i>
LntConte 1e'.i' and c'ttihr fri'it, till shadi
lt-es I'ront ',l to -I25 centi s ea.'lh. Cuioi toI
New Farm ar(" -te them, or addr.,s I'. tI.
lBox 311... Petisacola. Fla.

--'U RN SHED ROoi1.S TO RENT-T% i,
neatly lurnishtld rooiS ti0 r nt :ni
reasonable prices. Apitly at No. 20 North
Baylen, or at this offlie. novl-2w


FOUR IIENT-A nice, in-arl- iew i.:t n. .l
T with five rooms and a large hall, wviih
supply of waterfrom the water w6rks" i -
uatedon the corner of Belmont and GtilI -
mard streets, near the Union railroad depot.
For terms and other particulars apply at
the COMMERCIAL office.


-FOR SALE-A one-half or one-fourth in-
terest in the Pensacola Daily and
Weekly Commercial including job office and
all the furniture, presses, type, fixtures and
material of the office. The proprietor de-
sires help in the management of the butsi-
ness. Its rapidly increasing proportions
demand a division of the branches of labor.
To an acceptable party liberal terms of pur-
chase and partnership will be given.
Apply by letter, or at the Commercial
office olO-ti.


LOST.-strayed or stolen a mule, dark
color, tip end of tail naked, shod all
round except right fore foot. Liberal re-
ward. A. W. OLSON,
Residence near Muscogee wharf.
n-8-4t.


W ANTED BOARDERS-A lady and
gentleman or two gentlemen can
obtain board on East Hill in private family.
o children. Reference required. For fur-
er particulars inquire at Intelligence
Bureau, No 3. nov3-2w


W. ANTED-The use of a gentle horse,
Sbuggy and harness for the winter.
Address Commercial stating terms. nov71t


L ADIES-Gather up your loose pieces of
music and send them to the COMM.ER-
CIAL office, and have them bound in tip-
top style. oc20-tf


WANTED POSITIONS.


OTEL MEN.-Situation wanted, by a
German, as a waiter in a hotel or res-
tauirant. S ,titkf.iction g;iuaraiitd. A.,1-
diess '65;," Coammercial office.


W ANTED--Pesidiou in dry goos i r
grocery store. Rhlereinees wive.n.
Addresa"6L.'"-CCIMMERCJAL- oice. ,.tutf.


W ANTED-Every person who dc-sires a
position or an employee t leda\e
theIr address at mtnis oiic.
W ANTED-Particulars of furnished
and unfurnished houses to rent and
for sale, also stores. Address T., Commer-
cial office.


An Englishman with good reomenda-
tion desires a position as invoice clerk or
similar work. Address '56" Commercial
office
WOO-01


GIOVANNI KNOCKS OUT HIGH
PRICES.
Oranges, $1.50 per hundred.
Apples, $2 per barrel, 35 cents per peck
Fifty baskets of fine Concord grapes at 50
cents per basket; special rates on ten or
more baskets.
Fine French candies always on hand
Call and see me. FRANK GIOVANNI.
nov2 tf


PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
It's going to be a great game, Sunday,
The cells of the city prison are being
scraped Inside and outside preparatory to
giving them a new coat of whitewash.
The COMMERCIAL'S European and South
American subscription list is rapidly
growing. The completeness and reliability
of its shipping and marine news explain
the fact.
Mr. Adolph Danne, of Mobile, is in the
city. The gentleman came over to attend
the Pohlmann-Pfeiffer wedding. The old
boy looks immense and says he feels that
way.


Yesterday morning's paper contained an
- editorial reflecting very uncomplimentary
on the COMMERCIAL. Have a care. If you
haven't had enough,just-try-it again. The
COMMERCIAL, having shut your mouih
several times in your brief existence, will
give you something you do not bargain fo.-,
if your senseless prattle isn't throttled in
your wind-pipe.
Buddie Hefflier, a notori':ius hoo.lam, last
night went ou the war path, taking Tarra-
gina street for his battle ground. He broke
one colored woman's arm, ouudilly thrashed
his own sister, and then skipped by the
north bound train. Heffier was released
from prison yesterday, having paid a fine of
$26 for his connection wth the row in which
officer Murphy was beaten.
The excursion to New Orleans and Mobile
to-morrow night promihcs lobe a nice af-
fair. Quite a numbi-rof people will be going
over to one or the other place, and the fare
is cheap enough to enable almost anyone to
take advantage of the opportunity to visit
on business or pleasure the metropolis of
the South. See Sol Cohen, at L. Bear &
Co.'s for particulars.

SIMPSON -THORNTON.
Horace L. Simpson, M. D., formerly of
this city, now of Birmingham, Ala., was
wedded last evening, to Miss Laura Hyer
Thornton, of this city, in Christ church,
Rev. J. J. Scott, D.D. LL. D., o(.tieiatinz.
The couple left on the night train for a
.Hip nor.h. -

+ FISH NEWS.
The smackl- Wherren is reported
vll itil -I) red sitapper .
The Pugh's hail, unas,". .y -
day, was 3t900 large red snappmt-e'sae-
nifideeut catch. This wasthe 'esrel g
tr;p under her new ma.ter-CaptaiIn Mtfse
Fish, %tho iha- jilst colie out Ifrou th,-' :a.t.


Danne, of Mobile.
Set of glass tableware-3 pieces-Mrs.
Bolman, of Mobile.
Pair of bisque statues-Miss Eva M.
Pfeiffer.
silver water pitcher and set. of goblets-
very handsome-Mr. C. W. Pfeiffer.
Pair of bronze vases-Mr. and Mrs. I.
Gugenheim.
Embroidered sofa cushion-Miss Louise
E. Kubl, of Mobile.
Pin cushion-Miss Minnie A. Frank, of
Mobile.
Pair of china cuspidors-Miss K. Klu~np-


ker.
Box of lace handkerchiefs-Miss Lizzie
Fichet, of Mobile.
Pair of silver napkin rings-Messrs. C.
Hopf, Len, LBaren and Earnest Pfeiffer.
China chee dLish-very unique-Mr. Ben
de la Rua. '"
Basket of natural flowers-Mr. J. Ernest
Yonge.
Tinted and decorated cut glass water set
-Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connor.
Pair of vases-Mr. R. H. Ware.
Handkerchief case-a magnificent article
-Miss Maggie W'ar I.
Silver and gold butter pick--Mr. S. Z.
Gonzalez.
Basket of natural flowers--Mr. and Mrs
A. Daniels.
'r of porcelain vases-Mrs. Laz Ja-


I'OHLMA- N N-PFEI FFE[II.
Ml, t Ie 'Vy P'.hljlltltti,-l' Nt-. Oilei< an l
-9fs Mart A. Pti.tl'-i, (.'thi .ity. %. t,'
wedlhd last ,\ -i.-! 2, in tee E\iii.Pi.t
LlIt1li'ntll 'tilltr.-h i..n W e-t .,ar'd-:l tret.-,
Reu.Mr. Mi lt.- <. .i i.ting.
Th.? ',rid- pari I utrel tlee .huti.: h.thi t-
ly after 7 o'clock to the music of Mendels-
sohn's Wedding March rendered upon or-
gan, violins and cornet. The church was
not equal to the accommodation of the large
crowd that assembled tc witness the cere-
tnmoiy, notwithstanding the admirable dis-
p'.'bsition mad,, of all comers by the gentle-
manly ushere-Messrs. Len Lelaron, Er-
nest Pfeiffer, George Tapken and Charles
Hopf.
The immediate attendants upon the con-
trackinagparties were Mr. Charles Reinike.
t fNew'tPIeans,-with Mi.- Ma.iry INhite, of
this city; Mr. Herman Schroeder, of New
Orleans, with Miss Eva Pfciffer of this city;
Mr. Charles W. Pfeiffer, wvith Miss Annie
Pfeiffer, anr.d Mr. !.udolph Pleiffer w.th
Miss Minnie Pfeff'rle, all of this city.
The bride wore a cream-colored moire silk
dress, trimmed in pearl beads and (o, at.
blossoms and a tulle veil pendant from a
wreath of orange blossoms. The drlss was
entraine. No ornaments.
Miss White's dress was of Nile green su-
rah silk, trimmed in lace and ribbons.
Miss Eva Pfeiffer was costumed in pink
surah silk, trimmed in gauze and ribbons;
ornaments diamonds.
Miss Annie Pfeiffer were a Nhit:. surah
6.I| trimmed in peaMl beads and ribbon; or-
naments diamonds.
Miss' Pfeffcrlo wore a blue surah silk
tri ti .d iu i>:-.al 1 i. li .1 1ndl i i b, "- ,r'i)-,-

Th-' iie a iilink lhi.!i>-" ill',,, t.-B wv-i. all O:,f
n~ll, i : h-u: iih.
After the performance of the ceremony a
reception was held at the residence Of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Eva Pfciffer, on East
Government street, which was attended by
more than 300 guests, and which probably
stands without a local precedent. The up-
per dining hall of the National Hotel, ad-
joining, had be-n engaged for those gutsts
who danced, but the laige number who
sought the recreation apparently made no
diminution in the number remaining at the
bridal residence, where the crush was con-
tindal.
The wedding feast was of unsurpassed
magnificence, elegant spreads appearing in
every available space, and this, like the
crowd, although ample justice was done the
delicate viands, seemed never to grow less.
In the parlor covering the grand'piano and
other articles was the hendaomest and most
c stly array of presents a Pensacola bride
ever received. Following is a list of the
more important with the names of their do-
nors:
Silver and gold nut bowl-Mr. Hargis
Castillo.
Silver soup ladle-Mrs. M1,. Bauer, of W ar-,
rington, Fla.
Silver and gold card receiver-Messrs.
Herbert Flournoy and Henry Gullner.
China berry set-Mr, and Mrs. C.[hie-
sen.
Silver card receivrr-Mrs. H. M. Spotz.
SilvIr and cut glass nut bowl-Mrs. R.
Rauch and son Alfred.
Silver and glass caster-Mr. and Mrs. W,
J. Berry.
Cut glass cake basket withflower vase at-
tached-Mr. and Mrs. John Pfeiffer.
Silk covered cologne set-Miss Mary
McGovern, of Mobile.
D;aui':ud breast-pin-Mr. and Mrs. George
Pfeiffer.
Silver cake stand-Mr. Rudolph Pfeiffer.
,-._Silvr.hberryvladl-Mr, G. A. Egzart.
Silver syrup pitcher-Mrs. C. Kuif.rrian.
Pair of gold-mounted opera glasses--UGer-
mania Hose Company.
Silver cake stand-Miss Mary White.
Set of silver table knives-Mr, and Mrs. E.
Sexauer.
Silver sugar tongs-Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
McDavid.
Par of silver -napkin rings-Mr. Henri
Mancel.
Pair ot porcelain vases-Miss Minnie
Pfefferle.
Bronze clock and pair of bronze statues
--really elegant-Mulhauser Brewing Co.,
of Cincinnati.
Silver and out glass berry dish and spoon
-Miss Margaret Pfeiffer.
Silver and cut glass toilet set-Miss An-
nie Pfeiffer.
Silver jewelry box-Mr John Thompson
and sisters.
Silver flower vase-Mrs. C. Corner.
Handsome sofa-Mr, and Mrs. John M.
Pfeiffer.
Waliut sideboard--Mrs. H. Pfeiffer, Sr.
Silver butter knife-MMr. and Mrs. F.E.
Winter.
Porcelain gold-mounted vase-Mr. and
Mrs. A. Zelius.
Moss faience vase-Mrs. Steele.
Satin, hand-painted table scarf--Mrs. J.
Biebighauser.
Blue velvet embroidered table Bcarf-F.
Kisslback and family, of Cincinnati.
Velvet covered cologne stand-Mr. and
Mrs. M. 1)annheisser.
China dinner and breakfast sets-Messrs.
Henry and Edward Pfeiffer.
Silver butter knife-Mrs. P. MeGuire.
Silver cake basket-Mrs. M. F. and Mr.
John Toler.
Silver butter knife-Mr. C. K. Oneal.
Pair of silver and gold butter knives-Mr.
John G. Carlovitz.
Silver cake basket-Miss Walsh.
Silver butter dish-Mrs. M. L. Roch.
Silver jewelry case-Mr. and Mrs. J.
Geor_'e White.
i.'i.tl,-,il set-Mr. and- Mrs. J. Danuheis-
ser.
Silver and cut glass water set-Mr. Adolph


being used, and began to crowd around and
talk loudly also. It seemed for a minute
that a general fight would be the result,
but, fortunately, the crowd of whites and a
few negroes who were with them were de-
termined, and the negroes-were not slow to
realize that fact. They soon began to step
back and quieted down, and half of them left
entirely. Allwasthenquiet and at 4 o'clock
the democrats were far in the lead.
Mrs. J. B. Vaughn, of Molino, in compa-
ny with her nephews, Charley and Bird
Vaughn, spent Saturday and Sunday with
her son, Mr. W. R. Vaughn, here.
Miss Rosa Barns, who has spent the sum-
mer out here with Mrs. Sales' family, has
returned to her home in Pensacola.
Messrs. Ed. Senior, Sr., and Ed. Sen-
ior, Jr., of this place, were in your city last
week to attend the speaking.
Mr. L. D. Davis, who has been a sawyer
for the Muscogee Lumber Company for
eleven years, has resigned his position and
will try farming for an industry.

EXCURSION TO MOBILE AND NEW
ORLEANS.
An excursion -rain for Mobile and New
Orleans, will-leave the depotat 7:15 6p.m.
Saturday. Rates for the round trip, to
Mobile, $4; to New, Orleans, $8.25. Tickets
good for five days., For pai tiularsB inquire
at Dunn's Exchange. Health certificates
can be obtained on application, nov.-6-St.


-il,;r aii nI cut gl.-tsi eirt d irtiit er--ir.
altI IMr-.M.'l. II lint.
W lit,.- I'atl,.r i i t 11-Mi Ill i.1 lit "a T i-
ken.
l.,icn 1,..-..1 at au t t .:.1" laf I wind(,W: cu r-
t.iiui-Mi,- E\a D. Flr.hfer.
B...ii',lvt f nntualr.il rtl.w>-rS % ith arlriri-
at,> -ri,ii.il verse'-Captain Larsen--of- the
Norwegian bark Winona.
Crumb cloth-Mr. and Mrs. D. Tobin.
Hearth rug-Mrs. Pfefferle.
Satin-lined work basket-Mr4. J. Massey.
China tea set-Mr. Louis i'.. iler.
Pair of cut glass v.i-u--Mr-. ,-Charles
'eelbke.'
Pair of cut glass ve.i --)Mrs. R.H. Put-
nam.
Numerous citnrattl.atry telegrams.
were received from all parts of th. c n 1111-
try.
The minimum approximate value of the
presents above noted is $1500, Further ad-
ditions to the list -will be made when the
couple go to New Orleans, where they will
permanently res'de. ..
Among the guests present were nearly
all of the above mentioned, Dr. F. G. Ren-
shaw, Senator C. B. Pat khill, Dr. T. A. La-
Far, Mr. A.G. Moreno, Captain Parkhill,
of the British bark Cavalier, Captain Rein-
e'rtsen, of the Norwegian bark Mina, Mr
A. G. Moreno and the Germania Hose Com-
pany in uniform.

The Christian Moerlein Brewing Co.'s
beer for sale everywhere. Lewis Bear &
(',,. P,-r~a-,a'i. a-'-eiii. ". .
4
S BASEBALL.
Th,. i.il'~r iiiiaage"it hr's onnn nr
.... ,,.,a10 tbr the accommodation it
\ i. tors crowded off the grand stand. "
Id. Cartwright is it New Orleans; he
wvs wired last night, and will probably be
here lfrr Sunday's game. Ed. now hails
from Pensacola.
The audience Sunday will consist or more
than 600 people, weather permitting.
ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING.
Last night about 8 o,clock John Grissom
and Lee Wools, both colored, were skylark-
ing in the former's house in Luke's alley,
East End,wh.n Grissom,I icing up a load-
ed and cocked revolver pointed it at Woods
and pulled the ti igger, the gun going off and
the ball taking effect in Woods' left lower
abdomen. Grissom did not know the pistol
was cocked. He started to run away, but
thought better of it, went for a doctor and
then gave himself up to the authorities,
stating the case as above related. His
stat meant was borne out by the 'wounded
man, and, this morning, he was discharged
from custody.
Woods is not dangerously injured.
U
Dr;nk the Christian Moerlein. Brewing
Co.'s Leer. _

CITY COURT.
This morning: Johu Grissom, assaulting
with a pistol; case continued to the 10th.
[Defendant afterwards discharged. See
elsewhere.-ED.]
Peter Steine, fighting; not guilty-dis-
charged.
A. G. Moreno, fighting; not guilty-dis-
charged.
Joseph Sierra, fighting; guilty-fincd $5.
John Bolan, assaulting A ith a brick; case
continued to the 10th.
Gus White, threatening and assaulting;
guilty-ti-ned $5.
*
Ask for the Christian Moarlein
Co.'s beer.

EDWIN FOWi
h--e great i ragedli. i, uric; ,i. Id A
which every lady ought to have and profit
by. Said he: I owe all my success to the
fact that everything I have undertak-
en I have done thoroughly. I never
neglect trifles. That's the point-
don't neglect trifles; snd don't neglect to
look at Kahn's advertisement of low
prices at 403 Palafox street. no038t

Just received at 114 Intendentia street
from New York, new felt and straw hats,
for Ladies, Misses and children. Quilts,
Fans, Feathers, Trimmings etc.
E. A.MACMAHON.
TOO BAD! TOO BAD!!
The only white county in the state goes
republican. The seat of the Florida Chau-
tauqua, the county of chairman Chipley,
the city around the "spring" repudiate the
magnate ot the P. & A. railroad and refuse
to obey the behests of his threatening cir-
culars.
The COMMERCIAL advises Chipley to col-
onize a few hundred negroes in that county
so that the next time they make the "swing
around old Walton" she will go demo-
cratic.

FROM MUSCOGEE.
A Small Row at Powelton on Election
Day, Etc.
[Correspondence Commercial]
MUSCOGEE, Fla., Nov. 6.-To-day was
election day and the Muscogee Lumber
Company closed down all of their business
and gave the day to the men as a holiday.
The polls are at Powelton, and, in order to :
reach them, Mr. Gates'sent up the engine
"Muscogee" and cars to carry out and bring
back the voters.
Everything passed off veiy nicely at the
polls until a negro named Jim Henderson
was arrested by the deputies. He resisted
arrest and was very loud and offensive in
language and actions. It required the two
deputies and some assistance to tie him.
The negroes thought by so many trying to
tie him that violence (which was not) was


Go to Petters iins Nursery for LcConte
Pear Tre -
keeper gives ymou 'I.'
ving Co.'s be(r.


irsery the Ccele-
I -P I l'.,. ,i the
finest pecan in he woirld *i .' i:,it. tot
your trees.


The Christian Moerleint BreowIi'ng Co. cf
Cinciinnati, hqs appointed' L',wis Bear & Co.
their Pensacola agents.


Ed. Gale Quinat, Generailn'hurance A.:-ont
represents nonEbbut tlrst--lass company ics in
Fire, Marine, Accident and Life lnsur-
ince. mar2!8ily *
if Vrm wofd enjoy your diiu.er and
If YouI*. h
ar, .,.ii ,. t..l, 1., dvfjp.-psiauso
Acker's D\.I,,.-'|-..I 'laIl- .-.. They are a
positive cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Flatulency and Con-t patiou' We guaran-
teethem. 25 and 50cents. Sold by John
Shepard, Druggist.


AB an Of the good things of this life arc
a-y .sorrowfully let alone on account
DfiDyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepsia 'Tallet,
will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Con-
stipation, sold on a positive guarantee aLt25
and 50 cents, by John Shepard, Druggist.


The Christian Moeri in Brewing Co. have
come to Pensacola to stay. Ask for their
beer. it is thebest.

A Nigh always have Acker's Baby
:At ,i,, Soother at hand. It is the
only safe medicine yet made that will re-
move all infantile disorders. It contains
no Opium orMorphine, butgives the child
natural ease jrom pain. Price 25 cents. SoZd
by John Shepard, Druggist.

Saloon men can purchase the Christian
Moeilein Brewing Co.'s boer from Lewis
Bear & Co., P'ensacola agents. nov8-7t


wIFT'Sa SPECIFIC
Is -entirely a vegetable preparation con-
gaining no Mereury, Potash, Arsenic, or other
poisonous substances.

Has cured hundreds of case of Epltheinlo-
ma or Cancer of the Skin, thousands of cases
of Eczema, Blood Humors and Skin Diseases,
and hundreds of thousands of cases of Scrof-
ula, Blood Poison and Blood Taint.
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC
Has relieved thousands of cases of Mercu-
rlal Poisoning, Rheumatism and Stiffness of
the'-oints.
CHA0TAiOOaA, ITnlli.. Jug 27.K 188-Swift's
SBpecific Co., Atlanta, a.--entlemen: In tfh
early part of the preaont year, a bad case o0
blood poison appeared upon me. I began
taking U. j nde dvio of another, and
to-day feel greatly Improved. I am still
taking the e1olune and Bhall continue to d(
so u]til I am perfectly well. I bel eve t will
efect a pere cure. .ours truly,
20oo. P. HoWAD,
111West Sixth St.
COLUMj 8. (., %y 7, 1888-The Swift
Specfilc C(, Atlanta, 8a.-G-ntlemen: I was
great serer Trom muscular rheumatism
for two year& I could get 0no permanent re-
lief from any medicine prescribed by my
physician. I took over dozen bottles of
your S. .8., ad nMow I ea as well as I ever
was In my lf9. t am sure your medicine
cured me, and I would recommend It to any
one suffering from any blood.isease. Yoursa
truly, .B tlil~
ownduotor & K. I. t.
WAco. TatA lN ay 9, 1-Gentlemen : Thp
wife of one o my Customers was tefribly
atlictd with loathme skin disease, that
covered hr whole body. She was confined
to her bed or several years by this affliction
and could not help herself at alL. She could
not sleep from a violent itching and stinging
of the skip. The disease baffled the skll of
the hysicinas who treated it. Her husband
Afinailly giving his wife Swift's Specfic,
aa she com0 enra ed to Improve almost Im-
mediately, ad in a ew weeks'she was ap-
arntldy well 8he Is now a hearty flane-
looking lady, with no trace of the acffltion
lets. yours very truly, J. R. SEARS,
Wholesae Druggist, Austin Avenue.
0 Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
freaJ.f SPECICFIC O., Drawer 83,
Ati B Ayork, 73 Broadway. -,

w'


wag not prepared to mnise tho de'.and for
his services.
Again, the fever scare pr'-vented sev ral
hands engaged by him fromn cDniDng to tihe
State, thereby disappointing h:mn ar.d
causing him to disappoint his patrons. Not-
withstanding all this, ho is cons' antly ad-
,l'. _n u< ....... ._ -,-u--- r

He has now engaged a coiletenut mat-
tress maker, wxho will make a'sprtcialiy of
making all kinds of' mattresses -nd a!so
spring beds.
Mr. Lewis, :i-. .ai;-, r hanger and decc-ra-
tor, is still witlijiiimn aand busily engaged as
allof the many orders fiild by bi n have
recommended him to others. lie has been
ol.lii,.,l to secure assistance in ordor that
tie may.meet the demands for tils seovies.
Mr. Schubert has dlso engaged comi.e-
tent help to sew carp-ets as they should boe
sewn. They. also make Draperies, -Lo;s6
Furniture covers, Pillow slips and many
other things needed in a vweil-kl'pt house.
In publishing this card Mr. S. desires to)
say to the public atl. i -' it i prospects
are that hereafter hlie will be able to fill or-
ders more promptly, and reque;.tP any one
: who may need his scrviceo to give hi:, a
call. 1e assures his patrons, both present
and prospective that a:l orders taken by
him will be properly finished and at
reasonable prices. lespecttnlly,
JOHN SCHUBERT.

FAUR[A*STRANSFEa,.
Telephone No. 52.
Leave orders for a transfer of your bag-
gage. Bus and baggage wagon moot ali
trains. n2 -1w.
NOTICE.
Dr. Riser will return to Pensacola on the
11th inst., and r--open his dental rooms to
the public. Alter that ime h is rooms will
be opened all th time tV) his in.iy pa-
tients. nov556,
$3.00 monthly for PIANO rent at BItOWM'S,
t117 Last Intendencia tr'et. nov 5-iv


NOTICE.
N XTEITHE itl e captain, own-
-;_. L3. t-; nor consilinees of the
-' I iN-k evens will be re-
;'--.-".. -t. |r r any debts contract-
..... ed by tec c;ew of said vessel.
JANSSON,
SKINNER & MCeDAVID, Captain.
Consignaees. no6-4t


NOTICE.
SNEITHER the captain, owners
or consignees of the It.
-. bark Astrea will be re-
-<';' sponisible for any debts con-
'": '" tracted b) ih, crew of said
vessel. Capt. GAZZOLA.
BAARS & Co,
consignees. novS-4t


Casn't'f -S on e Nights- is the comn
Can' S I plaint of i.ir-..n,.1
suffering from Asthma, Consumption,
Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Acker's
English llRemedy? It is the best prepara-
tion known for all LungTroubles, sold on a
positive guarantee nt 10 and 50 cents by
John Shepard, Druggist.


MARINEE NVY I "-E S 'PPTNG.
IAJ -N-P.:.E!. .UD
\ L tI' .I; I'.'l', i' SS'-S N Q I -
-- li .. )!; i'l'.v ~s\ i ,I,,, l 'i]'. ..
A \'.t iiNr 1*A "i r ,'iL ., P '.*'.-- t ~i t.- : \ ,, "- i' "'i" i ',,- .,, ; .,_ .: '' "1\ ;
f,, .\ lHl i ,in i d .:N I, .-' I i L ., inll ,, i' I "\ '- I,' :i ll l E' ]*"i :] .'.' '.'I n 1 *' *,
hr 't. -. n~i n .l t i. ^-,n l i .. r t11 Y '* ;luru E, BIeP a, 7 1 it A
,. 1 ^ i. A vic lu order.
fi lay I u ..l l I- t ; Si .,i,,l I ., ith a I t b Giovanhi A, Dras'o, 84P ani.,s I,:,
cold wave; northwest.erly winds. Itosisco bros.
; -_ .1hal l)k Bagino. a' alatera, 476 iiip I.I.i .,I
ENTEtED. ti osasco Bros.
E!iTERED. Ger ship Julius, Mce:ze:i, Rosa. i.. .
Am sch Mina- Belle, Ti'h(.nmhson, 448, Si;!ivan Timber Co.
a-r-..i merchandise to IBriou8 co- Brbk aiarshirc, Curnow> 1422 Rio to F.
.v .r., mrrchandise to Nvarious conl- 0.bkL Howe. ie,.
5sijne:'sC. Nor bk Algeria, Dakin, 020 Bunocs Ayres to
-old.r .
CLEARED. It bk Pefti.ta, S5hiaf6ino, 5G6 Buenos
_.'. io D. Piaggio.
Br bk Cavalier, Parthill, 69,2,'00 s ftsawn l;! I,', ambay, llumphreys, 796 Rio to
timlberand .,.,.i t t ft lumber by Greena & ordr.
SCo. for Fleetwood. Dtuh bkJ P A, Swart, 1173, Buenos Ayres
to order.
B;- bk Callixine, Sui er, 1337, Rio to Hye'r
FROM M1OBILE. Bros.
ErFir if G-ldh-c-, Wa,.h, 1167, Buenoi
Liverpool, Nov. 3.-Arrived Br bk Wm .Br ,' .'.. wah 167 Bueno
Wright, Cook, from Mobile. Nor hik Jarlen, Beck, 1C,02!,. Montevideo to
order.
A C'Vt), .Nor b hF. Fl!iil ..il-.n, 708 Montevideo
A C I o order.
Mr. John SchIubrt, ihe uphoisterEr, Nor bk Luey, Klouman, 739 Buenos Ayres
wishes to offer an apology to his many pa- to order.
Br bk Alomb.ich, Dagnell. 1137 Buenos
trons tor the delays Jn completing orders Ayes to ulin Timber Co.
left with him which should have been fin- Br bIe Arbela, Smith, 1117 Buenos Ayres to
ished as per contract; but, as his bus:Iess Gren & Co.
has in r.-a,..d beyond all expectations he Austbk Irene, Pa-quan, 532 Buenos Ayres
to (mr.r.


S StCL I llng at. l 011
B~ut Still Se-llinig at Ollr Usua1 -'


i"EDUCED PRICES-
-or-


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IN PORT.
BARK S.
It bk AstroIea, Gazzola. 514-, Montevideo to
.!aan). & Co.
Am sch Ella 'i \\ ati-. t.' % -, .I E I I.iv!t,
31., vwith ice an-i i i i'. .i. t,.-I. i,,
Co.
Am ch IIaitie DI)..i', I.,., I. !l 1. N .
v,-1-, w-itlim 6--'ut t n i..1 u. ,,'-5-5-,, -. -
J 1...,., Dt-h lI k Nereus, Janson, 6i2, Rio to Skinner
1 & MeDavid.
Nor b'. Ilerman L'-hmikuhl, Palnlsen, 1209
Ri') wo Green & Co. ,
Nor bk Precios-a, Jacobsen, 797 Montevideo
10 llobilsoni & Co.
Nor bk Ungdcims Venuer, Andersen, 534,
B,.itcos Avres 0o .Men-fe & Co.
Nr bL Leif, Endresen, 82) Montevideo to
Robinson & Co.
Nor hk Mina, Reine; tsrn, 723 Buenos Ayres
*o 11 Bellns.
Bir blk Cavour, BryEson, 1299, Rio to Baars &
Co .
French baril Libertad, Comagli, 59)0, SantCes
t)to Green & Co.
S.'- ed bk ileorme%,lolm, 475 tio to Skinner
& IcnDavid.
Nor blk Alert, Olson, 593 Rio to J' T. Whit-
in:.
N-ir ik Einar Tambarskjalver, Noibo, 935
MIont'fvyi-.o to Green & Co.
Nor bk Adele, Isnacksenn, 693 Buenos Ayrea
to Smp'son & Co,
Nor bi- Saigen, Langaker, 76S Ilio to Simp-
soft & Co.
Br bark'. Clive Mount, Richie, 941 .uenos
Ay res to Baars & Co.
It bark Ba-ott Podesta, de Greori, 725 San.
t-' s to Campodonico &Co.
I bark ':pti G0i' B kita, ScoLto, 750, B.Ati
mror- to i). Pia,'gio.
No:" bk Wh.oia, Li sson, 0-3 Montevideo, to
.i. B--llas.
It b' Emnilo M1. alo:tola, G38 Calic Town to
la ,ri & Co.
Nor bek Ogir, Krohg, 547 Rio to H. B-blas.
It hark Catarlna Simonvtti, 620 Cape
Town lo Ba:il's & Co.
N.r bk Caled,-nia, Lorentzen, 711 Miio to
Robision & <'o.
CEOONEt'O.
Am sch Susan N. Pi(;k-riag', HlskOll,
Hoco;.:po;'t to I-imop on & Co.
LISTOF YES.EL3 U", CLEARED AND
SAILED FOR PENSACOLA.
S8IPS.
AdelMaide Bankr, M Gregor, 810, sld Buenos
Ayr-e Oct.7.

B. itieh American, Flack;, 12'07, sld Monte-
video Aug 12.
Domhiicn, Rowland, 1256, at, lontcvixdeo
A;g 6
BARKS.
Aliii F, G.-olel!ich (Aus) --- Sid Mon-
tevidf, Sep22.
A phro:iite, Tihorsen (Nor)---S-ld h uenos
Air. a's 1 I' 2-.
Avenire. t t,) Ilia, n i, ski Table Bay S.
iti
.4 ...... .. I ,r t ..-r i "' .ir . 54A7' 0.al B ecn el
A .' -0.1 t A -
.I1ii.- :,, It _a- inrr-. 5S2, sid Genoa 27
Archangclo Padre, (It) Blaindi, 549, sld Rio
Janeiro Aug29
Bianca Casanova, (It)--8-S3S, sld Table
B -y Sep 22
Catrimna Capurro, (it) ---- 55, ilid
Bu]enos Ayr-es Sept 12
Cmqune, (It) Su-som, 1069, sld B-istol July
6
Pragu-tte, (It) Gallia.i, 72S sId 'ralble Bay
Sep 9
DaIgny, (No;) Gjertsen, 549, at Garston,
Aun' 12
Eiiza Lines, (Nor) And(rsen, 448, at Bu-nos
Ayre< abt Aug 2S.
El z:beth,(Nor) flHovelsrud, 845, sld Buenos
Ay r- a sep 7
Eiizahie:h, Ingvardsen, (Swed) 842 skI
Buenos Ayres Sep 20.
l-z.-(hie:e V, (It) Veile, 573, sid Buenos
A yrc-l Oct 2
Erasmo, )'odesto, (I.) 568 at B A Oct 25.
Fiducia (It) Crovari, 575, sld Table Bay
Sep: 9' ,-
Fraincis-a R, (It)----d Santos Sept 15.
Gasparo, (It) Lauro, 473, at Buenos Ayres
abt Aug 2'
Iarald ITa.ni-lager, (Nor) llenricisen, 1127,
s'd Bi.rdeaux Sept 14
Hermann, (Nor) Leonards n, sldi Buenos
Ay res Sep 5
Havre, Gundersen, (Nor-) ,sld Mar-
seilles Oct 20.
Ind-stnria, (it) Olivar7, 60:) sld Table Bay
Sep )
Iside, (It) Schiaflino, 735, at Buienos Ayres
al)bt Aug28
Julie, (Nor) Jorgensen, 845, at Buenos
Ayres July 25
Kalliope, (Nor) Levretseen, 931, -,d Liver-
pool Oct 6
Laura lt, (It) Bardi, 617, at Buenos Ayres
Aug 12
Lena, (Swed) Per-son. 9-9, s'Ild Hamburg
Aug 12
Labora, (Nor) Kadbe-g, 622, at Buenos
Ayvrcs Sp 7
L-'pre'au=, Browu (Br)--id Bicenos Ayres
Oct -'2.
lanrello, (It) Dodero, 792 at Be-tno Ayres
abt Aug 2S.
Matts Augusl, Wirpi, ( Rus) G:i3sld hiuelva
O--t 13.
Minibn(haha, IBoggs, 10'87, sld Reo Janeiro
Sep 12.
.Niii- Figlie, (Nust I Stepanovich, 781, sId
Montevideo ep l)14
Mariet.a D, (IL) Gazz.ola -- -, sld G. n)a
0Oct15 -
Me:ecsca, (II) Fienger, sid Rio Sept 20i
Negrsu, d,, (It) Giodat'-ta, 5,' sld 'Table
B ay e ) !5 "
Queen cf tho F;eet, S.vayne, s!d Bnenos
Ayres Sept ;9
Reconosceuza, Solari (It) -- S'd Bueno,
Ayres Sep 25.
Rafakle D. Graillnga, (I')-sld B3u-nos
Ayrs Oct 2.
Santa Angelo, (It) Fienga, sid Cas (-llaniare
Aug 20
Veronica, ---- (No) Ski Iluen s
Ayi-ei- S'p 26.
William (Graham, (Br) Atkinson, 1z76,
sed t'ort Natal Sep 10


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ME -AS6T M"B"VW 30 &"~

A\-l I III-' LAI GE-'l' AND IEST SELUC'I'ED STOCK OF-


P arlor, Bed *

-Coor T iIftMtIt Bai11udJo i ihv i "- I

Ever Brought to thie City, and is Receiving Yw 664, Ds. iin
'i'cpes ir l ie -slae Lch l aw.sl Ter.mus Ii.lm-Mosl Rleasonaible.
A.y'hiig'iii n HlOUSE FliT8NISBINCINGJOODiSold on __ -

Easy : Weekiy : or : Monthly : Payments.


The PeoNl's Fiurnitiro Bazaar,


108 and'IOl S. Palafox St.,
~~I- --


lPtensaco la,


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THI REATBST BARGAINS



EVER OFFERED,




Chinchlilla Satin-Lined Overcoatsworth $20, at $10.
Heavy Ulsters and Cheviot Overcoats, worth i$10, at $5.
English Bluo Beaver Overcoats, worth -$25, at $12.
Black Diagonal Satin-Faced Overcoats, w,'tl $I18, at $9


Fancy Satin-Lined, French Worsted Overcoats, worth $25, at $15.
Boys' Ovemrcoats,*from $2.50 to$7.50. :
All Wool Cheviot Suits, at $7.50 -
All Wool Imperial Scotch Suits, at $1 -


Best Black Corlisccrew Suits, $14.50
Toen Dozen Boys' all Wio' Uitdcrshii'Lt, at 5) cents.
Sixteen Dozen Lalies' White and Red All Wool VjimuiniA at $2
25 Dozen Men's all Wool Faiiy Undermuitl,ww'th $4, at t"

Twcn'tvy-five Dozen Men's All ,o3\ Veryo'e Whi"te Su[laSr6rhf U W>{
Fifty-Dzcn Mlen's F'itich Lisle tF hose, worth per i z. at #1&76
- Ten Dozon Boys' Flantnel and Percale Waists, from 50 cenLts to $1
Ten Dozen Boys' AzoNrted KtI nee P-ian, from 50 cents to $1

Ten Dozen Men's Black Finn Sliff Hato, worlh $3, at $1.50
Teni Dzean MTIm's Black an I Brown Extra Fine fats at $2.50
Tnirt'y-six Go1-tiixiul-a S1k IUmbrellas, 23 inch, at $2
363 Gold and Plain Extra Iceavy Uniimbrellam, worlh $6, al $3


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REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS
As to Purity and Wholescmeness of the Royal Baking Powder.
I I. ,: tl.:'t.l it nI t evi.l iPaki:n Pn.o.r iand flnd it cmic.m ed of pare an'd hliole-
oro tn iiC -,.hI.. It i.. a cr>anm .f tartar iov.,i.r ,if a ihi;gi hdciec! iu iuivrit, andJ idoeq
u.li C:oiiiifi >:-itherT alh i .ot ihuplhates, ( r otiihi irjiriota sulitanees.
"E.G. Lo. E. Ph. D."
Tlih:- o.Ry.ii dBaking Powleria th i.t;re t iurl most reliable baking powder offered
to t!i:' ptillhi. H.A. Momi, I'h. D."
"'Th, oyl B-:jR- na Prv.lr,er ,is pist ir. quality and highest in istrengtih of o.y
ba/inD. pi.d.-'f "-. hic li hive ktor;I:.i]._:. t. MAcMLtarRTEa Pi. D."


We respect flfly invite the public to call and

examine our stock.


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TS i' .- I. .I- i ...:
Tax: AIt',,ur-'e i'e a.
TroTi rr- T. S. Leonard.
S .i tl -J.... W ilkin',
S Supt, of Education-N. B. Cook !,
_2ommissioners-B. R. Pitt, Chnirman; A
Ri. I. tld..ii, Ed. Gale Quinn, 1'. Pritchel
a ,i A I'.1,. .
CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor-W. D. Chipley.
-Clerk--E. T. Hunt.
JMarshal-J. 13B. Robert.-
Assessor-Geo. Reese.
,Collector- Manuel Palmes.
City Attorney-W. A. Bloant.
S"Jusiice of Peace-J. HI. Emn, nde.
C n -Cmmissioners-W. ). Chipley, Pros
dent; A. V. Clubbs. 1W. F. Williams, Ei
Sexauer. James Hilliard, R. M. McDavid
and G. W. Witherspoon.
Cenmmissioners meet on the firstWedries
day in each month.
Church Directory.
METHODIST CHURCH.-9-South Palafbx-s
Rev. W. M. Cox, pastor,- services at 1
A.M. and 7:30 P.M. Sunday School at 9:30 A
i., A. M. McMillan, Supt. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7 P.M. Seats free.
Mn rnoIIDIS, ClURCIi,Warrington.-Rev
'Wes'e B. Dennis, Pastor. Preaching ever
I .r anl 3d Sabbaths at 11 o'clock a. in. an4
7iy o'clockp. m. All'are invited; seats Iree
iPiuS BYTrERIAN.-Rev. I-I. S. Yerger



EPIsCOPAL.-Christ's Church, Rev. J
.J Scott, D., L.L.D., Rector. Services a
_1 1"A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Wednesday, 5 p. in.
Friday, 7 a.m Seville Square.
-.'" \,M..LIc.-St. Michael's Church, Cor
U.. Pr i' tox and Chase Streets, Very. Rev
h .[';. hn 13B.-Baasen. pastor, Rev. Fathe
1-''1' J. robin,'assistaut. Services on
I1 First Mass at 6:30 A.I.: Seconi
M10 A. M.; Christenings at 3 P.M.
-- 1 P.M. Mass every morning at 7
U[ P.'i'115T.-. Services
l* ury sunday at 11 A. M;, and S P. M
Sunday School at 9;30 A.M.,
Supt. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday
a ''at 8 P., M, Church on E. Government
r..:t '..i' ,.it.- Seville Squaroe.
PAAI..F _N' STREET BAP IST CHURCH
S -I-..>.. iil F. H. McGill, Supply Pastor
Services in Ditmar Building every Sunday
at t11 a.m.and 7.30p.m.Sunday School at 9:3(
.m.;in W. M.T.ofrin. superintendent. P'rayei
Meeting, \ I.... at 7:30p. m.
LOTHERAN. Immanuel Congregation,
TRev A. E.'Michel, Pastor. Services every
Sunday at 11 a.m. in German, and 7 p.m. ini
English. Sunday School at 9 a.m. Seats
free. Church on Northwest corner of Bay-
len aand Garden streets.
-. Colored Churches.
ST. PAUL M. E. CHURcgF-Intendcncia
:etlween Tarragona and Atcaniz streets.
Services: It a.m., 3 and 7":30p.m., Sundays,
and 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Prayer Meeting,
5:30 a.m.- Sundays. Rev. R.' Ford, i'astor.
Sunday School 9 a.m., Rev R. Ford, Supt.
.A.M. E. ZION CHURCH--Bru between
EOnirna nd ]-'.nana st.eets. Services: 3
.0I;:." *.n', Sundays. Prayr meeting,
., 'i. 0'iys. Class i iii-, 7:30p.
N,.- hi,. F.F. A. ( lit..o Pastyr.
:* .l 'i a.m., H. Kelly, supt. -
I.. .. B. a tURiCH-Belm6nt between
STajl6t, '''u. iinui Palafox streets. Services:
: .- *.: .i :30 p.m. Sundays' and 7:30
Sv.iy Class meeting, 7:3) p.m.
S '.-', ver meeting, 5:30 a.m. Sun-
y#s. R, \..~ Grimes, Pastor. Sunday
M i../.-iI': 3.A.-.P'Ip r.; r ,i :H--A!,.ii. h.-.


in .e., J. Di r'h Sut'pt.. ".t :'. -l ,
it't. lWt. j:i otD.D P L D-- etor
h' ~'lh, '. ,i.'S '\i,',--: .;t i ";- 7,,3o p.- i. n.
I '.B. "L,.'titr..' ":. i ,. in. W ednesdavs.
I-. F ..I.I.I, r .t...r. sundae y Sehool,
!:.1- a.la .. .iui. I ..l-. ..u, upt.
BI." MT. 0'LI-'I .- .Ari-i IJRCHii-Alcaniz
II W,:. -II .iitinii .,,ii.| l r .L streets. Ser-
Si'--: .ind 7:30' p.m. -Sundays. Prayer
elns,..,li..', :S0 p. m. Monday. Lectures,
7 p. l1. Wednesday. Rev. F. H. Faulk,.
PaUnittr. monday Senool, 9:30 a. in., B. L.
UNTi.iN B-%PTIST CHuRCH--Tarragona be-
tI'., i' > II.'-.- and Ga-rden streets. Services:
,, ii1 in. s-.le t.-., i 8 p. m. W ednes-
; (l i'. l't .tN- I"i.--, T ll .. ,:30 a. m Sundays/
Lt E. L.E. L. .,. Pi-t.: Sunday Schol,
Sa. in., J. rievely, Supt. .
C '. .'yl'i, 1.1 N CHURCH-Services: 5 p.
1;,.? SJ. JScott, D.D., L.L.D., Rector.-
0 Benevolent and Other Societies.
I(NIWGHTS OF PYTIIIAS.
; Dit'I] LI.,:, No.. 13, meets every Tues.
dItv, -'t 8 p. m., in Pythian Castle Hall,
N 1.r 1 -W. intendencia street.
W. M. Loftin, Keeper of Record and Seals.
Pensaola, No. 3, mnets every Monday,
at 8 'p. m., in I'i lhin,- Castle Hall, No.
i 1 W. Intendencia street.
J .Cole, Chan, Con.
SJ. George White,
S Keeper of Record and Seals.
Uniform Rank K. of P. meets 1st and 3d
Thursday of each month, at 8 p.m.,in
Pyrtien Castle Hall; No. 15 W. Intendencia
street. W. B, Wright, Sir Kt. Capt.
Abe Daniels, Sir Kt. Rec.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Gulf City Lodge, No. 3296, meets 1st, 3d
and 5th Fridays of each month at 8 p.m., in
Odd Fellows Hall, corner Palafox and (ov-
eminent streets- J. AI. billiard, Diet.
Morris Dannheisser, Reporter.
Bay Lodge, No. 250t, meets every Mon-
day night, at 7:80., in Odd Fellows
,dall, corner Palafox and Government Sts.
Thoma Tut L. M. Davis, Diet.
^ -" ThomasTuttle, Reporter.
I.0. G. T.
Eureka Lodge, No. 16, meets every Firiday
at 8p.m., in Pythian Castle Hall, No. 15
: W. Intendencia street.
Gee. Maxwell, C. T,


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Tou l r l i~n ] .j i r i l, I,. 0[ : ,'l i lt
r'. .r ,-'
'in and out, as jealous of their light,
Like sailing; ctars upon a n'isty night.
Deoath is the '.lirdc of coming night; and( love
Yearns for her dear ones in the holy tomb,
L Because bright things are better seon in gloom
-F. W. Faber.

Getting Even at Last.
Our red headed girls have at last got
the joke on the public. Every time ,
pretty girl with red hair enters an ele
vated train heads aro stuck out of the
windows and necks are craned to see ii
there isn't a wh'to horso following th(
-train. ]f she gets on to a ferryboat people
. look as if they expected a species of Per-
d scus of some kind to pass the boat. She
has got tired of this and of the miniature
- whito horse that theo Broadway dude wears
on his watch chain and flaunts insolently
in her face as she enters a car. Sho has a
new scheme-a counter irritant. It's a
t whito horse breastpin mando of celluloid,
1 which she wears conspicuously at her
-' throat. Instead of staring at her and the
- road alternately, people give her undil
vided attention for a minute, and whet
they discover the joke they smleo and pass
e on, glad for a chance to attend to their
-. own business.-Neow York Teleo-ram.

*---- --.--.._ *, the Elepuant,

olophrev- 'r,'-- p in particular, like th(
. early i. -..i Jeamcs de la Plucho, is
t "wrop in obscurity." All we can say
About tb-. m with any confidence is that
they form a comparatively late order o0
mammals, vhoso earliest rocoL-nizable
representative in geological timo is th(
Monstrous deinotheriumi, an aquatic ani
d mal with a long trunk and with two im-
h menso curved tusks, projecting down.
; wvard paradoxically from his lower instead
. of his upper jaw. The deinotheriumn
s makes his first appearance upon this or
any other stage in the miocene period;
but as he couldn't, of course, have ap-
S peared there (ike Aphrodite and Topsv;
t without any parents, arid as ho was then
already .a fairly specialized and highly
, developed animal, we must take it for
* granted that his earlier ancestry, though
ancient and respectable in its own time,
had long passed away, leaving not a
wrack behind, so far as yet known, in the
matter of tangible geological vouchers.
These unknown ancestors, in all proba-
bility, gave birth during their earlier and
more plastic stage-for species, like indi
. viduals, are most readily molded in their
green youth-to three main family
branches. The senior branch produced
the deinotherium, a vast brute, who, find-
ing the world too full to hold him, about
the close of the tertiary period, demised
suddenly without issue, leaving the honor
of the family in subsequent ages to tr
junior members. The second branch pro-
duced the mastodons-huge creatures oc
elephantie outline and majestic tread,
most of them with tusks both in tht
upper and lower jaws, though the undoy
pair were always the smallest. The third
branch produced the true elephants in.
eluding both our modern Indian and Afri-
can species, as well as the mammoth htm.
self, and many other extinct congeners.
All the elephants proper havo but one
solitary pair of tusks, and that pair it
quite correctly located in the npper jayw
iil '.,i ad .'-. t I L.- u ,l.r .:[. T n- is evolu-
ti:n j l--tilld o,; Jl i -1 il-M n. The
tri i- elephahrt- mad. tiLhe t. appear.
"ea," '.[ M -r L wr ksLIJ.'h, in tI,- Pliocene
.fIf.; d, t.'a~t i' fc:, .?;,'. t h,;. tj,,- h Immedi-
dt"ior~ewi-i",- ;..<._': t _.- -.einEu-
t .p anI A"it ."sl r rL..'V I:i :..med out
't a dt. r,,' %TW i t ltla:[. tb, It-i.tl i La[t Uoslty of
tinct species.--Cornhill magazine.

The Chair Bearers of China.
One of the most amusing adventures I
ever had with chair bearers was the fol-
towving: I hired two men to carry me in
a "mountain chair" to a district city about
eighteen miles off. Our route lay over
some very rough granite hills to a tiny
village, where I was to meet some Chris-
.tia brethren for an hour or two. Reach-
ing this place about 10 o'clock in the
morning, my friends, who wished to do
me honor,-extended their favors to my
hired men, and unfortunately brought out
the sanshoo, a strong liquor generally re-
served for feasts and special occasions.
-Of-this I was quite unaware when I left
the village. We had not gone far before
one of the men showed signs of a collapse.
Two or threo times he fell on his knees,
but always declared there was nothing
the matter with him. Another mile, and
both had succumbed. We were now upon
a ridge of hills, and before us was a wide,
sandy plain, stretching along for several
miles, with nothing to break the line of
view.
Pausing here until one of the men had
partially. recovered, I made him take the
chair upon his back and follow me; and
the other I stuck up against a rock to fend
for himself. My companion's endeavor to,
carry that chair properly would have
made the most sober temperance lecturer
loso his gravity. By the time we reached
an eating house on the farther side of the
plain we saw No. 2 on the far horizon,
doing his utmost to make up for lost
time, and an hour sufficed to bring him
up moderately sober. When we arrived
at the city I paid them their stipulated
-fare, contenting myself with adding a
little teetotal discourse; but they amazed
me by asking for more. "What!" I said
"you dare to ask an extra fee after com-
pelling me to walk for miles and delaying
me for several hours!" "But think, sir,"
ono of them said, with a broad grin,
"think what a trouble we have had to get
you alongl"-Cor. Boston Bulletin.


Magnolia, No. 30, meets every Thursday -
at 8 p.ni., ii Ditl.i.-- I'.,-11.1: on S. Blank Legal and other Forms
' tlf.-.x str.n.-i. 11. K. U... C.T. Following is a list of Legal and other
L. E. SIti il,, I. S. Blanks kept in stock and for sale at this of-
..F. fice, with tho price per hunde d for the di -
pr,. No. 6lle zery Tuesday, fereint sio'.s.... .
Jor..m. T.o, 6, 6:meets every Tuesday, Namen of Blahk. Price per 100.
at s I. ii., ia .1,, 1F,- I.-'.. Hall, corner Pal- Affidiivit in Attachmint Cases ........ $1 CO
alitx atnd .:-,:.i -im..Li streets. Writ in Attachment Cases ............. 1 00
'. c:.'. L. F. Woods, N. G. Bond in Attachment Caes...... ... 2 00
SH.-S. Whit-, I1. S. Affidavit in Replevin ........... : ...... 1 0
Pensacola, Nn. 4, monts every Thursday Replevin Bond ...................... 2 00
at 8 p.m., in Od-. F.-ii.'.'. Hall, corner 1'ala- Forthbcoaing Bond in Replev n Cases 2 00)
x and G..,\,-:tin-..iit --tir- ts. -sClaim A idavit.: .............. ....... 1 ;0
;. l1 i .-- Johns'on, N G. Claim B nd ... ............... : 2 0J
W. P. Reed, R. S. Execution on Judgm.unt, for Pe.-sonal
Exe..-li,,'' EL-a...atin..l.t, No. 5, meets 1st Properly ....................... 2 0')
and .3d Fi ilat .t ..I-.., in Odd Feilows Affidadit in Criminal Cases ........... 1 00
all, -..rner Pal:i..x .,i Government Sts, Subpona in Crimiul Cases .. ....... 1 00
C. -.'. I -'.' Jr,, Chief Patriarch. I- .' in, ii. -of VWitnes- ....... ..... 1 00
ND, A. M, .Peace Warrant Aflidavit............ 1 00
... ND A. Peace 'Warrant ..................... 1 00
S Esi-.amli i, No. 15, meets 1st and 3d Mon- Peace Bond...... ..................... 1 00
!das ,'n :neh ini,'nth, at 8 p. m., in Masonic Commitment on Peace Warrant....... 1 00
Hall. cringe Z.iiragossa and Commnendencia Appearance Bond ..... ... ......... 2 00
-* ll3rets. A. M. Avery, W. M. Affidavit--Assault and Battery....... 1 00
J. L. B,,rrai, Sec. Warrant--Assault, and Battery ...... 1 00
Mount Mri.ah Chapter meets 1st Monday afliavit-Larceny .................... 1 00
Warrant-Larceny ................1 01l
In ,a.-b i..m at t [..n., dm Masonie Hall, Exeoutions ........ ... ......... ... 1 00
coli'.er Za.ra.ut.-oa and Conmmendeneia Warrant ..........-..... ...-..... 2 00
reu-n-SJ. C.. m Pettersen, H. P. summoni in Civil Action.............. 00
AMERICAN LEGTO', OF HONOR. Subpcena in Civil Action ............. 1 00
Seville Co.:un.il, No. I'l, in.-.ts 2d and 4th Affidavit in Garnishment ....... ..... 1 00
MlIo d.y. *v:.i'-f e li ia,-ilt. :it I p.m., in Odd C. ,i i-b- ii. lit ..-..-..-...-..- ..-.. 1 0CO
F i-,l.iws l-ill ,cr-,I'll P i.n'- x and Govern- i\. .rc.- ., I.eds- .-. 2 50
U sti'..- r.t-. B I1. lnirton, Com. Quit-Clami Deeds ....... -. ........ 2 50
A. R.S*eaI.r.,.k. S.... Mortgage ; Deeds ....... ..... .. .. 4 0)
PPANISH RENE .LEN I .S -'-. [.\ I'D N. Leases.. ............. ....-. ... .... 2 50
Meet.ist Stilid.i n u '- i-h Uii, .-1 he M arriagoi License ........ .. .. .. 1 0O
cni ne -r t of Bayle n ni'l [liv','ii i-iI[ ani,-, su.t Mechanist's Lien ...................... 1 00
M M .iartinez, Pres. Fi Fa .. ......... ...................... 2 00
.J. L.-Buorias, S.-. Chattel Mortgage ........ ..... .. 2 00
.I. B. B.tnf-ne d S mi n.I.it in ,:h in,'-,ti. CropL i!n ..... .... ........ ....... 2 00
S hi'Pvthian 'astl-. -H.i N-. 1 V it 'Li- Al Circuit Court.............. 1 00
i. 'n a t -5 -. t.-I tt k | I,'. I 1 Chancery ................... 1 00
.. .. .R eeelp ti).- .... ............ ..... ; .. .. 50
"L. A. Ki'_, K. ..I L.. In.-tl evt-ery Ttie-.lay i .,. pecifications- .. ........ 4 00
-at .. p. in. In k. L. ll, H *..rui u' l Pala- Ship En'try of Merchan dise ......... .. 4 00
lox and Zarra-'oss.i ir_ its .. 1 i, i M.iim-,;f.Is ... ...... .. .,400
V. ,J,:.li eol R. .. '


p LC =- Po 0
H1SS MAGGIE COLESON,
A pupil of Prot. Juhn W. Metcalfe, tihe
Prize Graduate of Leipsic, Germany ; and of
Prof. Juhn R. Gray, a gr.id.uate under
Chopin and Weisenbach, and of Prof. W.
Waugh Lander, the gold medalist of Rome,
will open a school of music in Pensarola
the latter part of November.
Piano, Voice and Organ
pupils will receive thorough instruction in
the Theory, Harmony antd History of music.
Will give class instructionwhen preferred.
Classes of 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 may be formed. This
will reduce the co.t of insti auction to each.
Thorough Base will be taught, and instruc-
tion given in
CHORUS CLASSES
free of charge to pupils purchasing music,
at publisher's prices, of the Directress.
For ierins, address, II. K. COLESON, care
COMMERCIAL,.


\ ONTGOMERY, Ala. .li].\ -, -'
' Upon the reuommencl i' .. 't 1ii Il..arI ,
ilkaIth of Montgomtei ..-h ;.lI ,>l
acco dance with the p. i ,:-i i I.. I
W S'. lieeZ c lfmayor ( f I L ..I M. in. ,,
ey, do hereby p)ro c I 'n I *. 'iroiiih
ag,iAnst D(eatur, Ala., Jacksonville, Fia.,
and ev ry town and county lying east uf
the Suwannee ricer in Florida' infected
with yellow fever, to the effect that until an
absence of ten daNs from Jacksonville,
Fl, rida, Decatur, Ala., or other place in-
!ected with yellow fever, no person or p r-
- 1.. i .... .nd no railroad car of
'.i. '1 [ .1Ii 1'. '. i. except fresh ish On ice,
I ,1 l il .'. I I come within ten miles or
the city. of Montgomery, except for the pur-
pose of pa sing though on through trains.
until public notice of the discontinuance of
this quarant ne. W. S. REESKE,
Mayor of the city of Montgomery.
$100 Reward!
MAYOR'S OFFICE,
MONTGOMERY, July 26.h, 1S88.
I hereby offer a Jeward of One Hundred
Dollars for information that will lead to the
arrest, with evidenclto convict, of any p'r-
son who may hereaft r enter the City of,
Montgomery in v'olaiion of mnv proclaina-
tion of quarantine, dated July 26th, 1888.
'Ihe above reward does not-apply to any
pei suns who left Decat.urpr:or to Sep)tember
13th, 1885.
oct '6-tf W. S. REESE, MayoY.

Conservatory of Music.


IMPORT ED CIGARS ani TOBACCO.

-MANUFACTURER AND PROPRIETOR OF-




Blessing 'ND 'Mankind

---WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN--


DOMEETIC


AID IMPOfTID VflUITL


The Insurance Agency of Ed. Gale
has been established for over eighteenye
lurimne which time,over two hund edthous,
and dollars have been promptly paid to
policy holders for losses. PIatronize him.
m21-1y


" ir -ll- n-Lll.lt'] l *.- 1,1;.'i r S :ire the pbl t
ir i-. .i'-- I'i-.l. i.. r \ears for all
impurities of the Blood. In every lorm-of
SeroflIous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases,
it is invaluable. For Rheumatism it has no
equal. Sold by John Shepard, Druggist.


The COMMERCIAL has added to its job
office a rutiler andt4indlery together with the
services or Mr. A. E. Coupee'in that depart-
ment and we are now prepared to do work
better than ever before. All kinds of rul-
ing and bindings done to order. Send in-
your work and we guarantee satistac-
tion.


Chase's Barley Malt \ liskM y is stimulat-
ing and nourishing to the consumptive, the
old and feeble, it is absolutely pilre. Sold
by C. PERRY, Pensacola, Fla.


and Vhishey lNab.
it. cured at homewith
out patj Book of par.
ticulars sent FRIP, .
f? .WOOLLEYM.D.
4RAs ** t l 410htlll


'I I
CURES WHERE ALL SE FAILS.
SBeetCough Syrup. Tastes good. Use .
1ii In tie Sol bdrgss.


*


The BEST Cough Medi-
cine is Piso's CURE FOR
CONSUMPTION. Children
take it without objection.
By all druggists. 25c.


InQ;Uneb So:M, druggistsQ -
ammin E


I


I


1Pioneer Esstabll~slxamen3 t!



HENRY HORSLER & CO.,

-DEALERS IN-


SHIP CH A NDLERYAND SHIP STORES,


AGENTS FOR
UNITED STATES COAST
AND
GEODETIC SURVEY,
AND
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE,
CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS
-_ _-*FOfBJE-IL Q.T!ARTS.
SIIIP AND BOAT

COMPA SES,
BLISS' TAFFRAIL LOGS,
ROTATORS.
LOG LINES, BAROMETERS,
C HRONOMETERS,
MARINE GLASSES,
PARALLEL RULERS, DIVIDERS,
SHIPPING ARTICLES,
MANIFESTS,
LOG BOOKS AND SLATES
NAUTICAL ALMANA :S.


nr25.87


MANILLA ROPE,
HEMP AND RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
COTTON AND HEMP DUCK,
-Galvanized and Brass Hardware,-
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
Nails, Spikes,S -and Hoop Iron, Lead
Pipe, S -
BLOCKS, S
PAINTS,
PIT-
uns. TBufition,9
Nickel, Brass and Paper Cartridge Sheels,
REMINGTON, WINCHESTER
AND COLT'S RIFLES,
H. W. JOHNS'
Aobestos,Packing,'Mill Board, Stove Lining,
Boiler Cover Felting,
Hemp, Usudarian, Gum and Tucks
-Packing,
Ship Stoves, Oil and Heating
STOVES.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Snapper Lines, Hooks and Sinkers, Fish
Lines, Hooks and Crab Nets,
ANCHOR LIGHTS AND SIDE LIGHTS.
f\


AGENTS FOR


TAUNTON YELLOW METAL
AND
COPPER COMPANY.
N. B,-Old Metal taken in Ex
change when we Furnish New
for Ships Bottoms.
'LiD YELLOW METAL
I3BOUGHT.
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE,
EDSON'S
DIAPHRAGM PUMPS,
RUBBERS,
REPAIRS AND STEERERS,
NATHAN RICHARDSON
STEERERS,
DEVOES' MIXED PAINTS,
BAGNALL & LOUD'S
Patent Dock and Snatch Blocks,
Gaff Topsail Cleats, Boom Buffers,
COPPER. PAINTS,
TARR & WONSON'S
CAPE ANN,
NEW ENGLAND,
WOOLSEY'S.


Everybody,; Large and Small, Cordially Invited to give us a Call


PROTECT YOUR EYES


Established at Warrington, Fla., 1863.


McKENZIE OETTING & CO.,


SE I Ir


EYEGLASSES. 0
PATJULY II 1878.
NIMR. HI. HIRSCilBERG,
The well-known Optician of 107 N. Fourth
Street, [under Planters Housel St. Louis,
has appointed

ME$ S. DOW & OOE,
-OF-
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA,
As Agent for his Celebrated Diamond Spec-
tacles and Eyeg'"ases. and also for his
Diamond Non-Chanzeable Spectacles and
Eyeglasses. These Glasses are the greatest
invention ever made in Spectacles. By a
proper construct on of the Lens a person
purchasing a pair of these Non-Changeable
Glasses never has to change those Glasses
from the eyes, andevery pair purchased are
guaranteed, so that if they ever leave the
eyes [no matter how rusted or scratched the
Lenses are] they will furnish thep:ir y with
a new pair of Glaskes free of charge. Dow
& Coe have a full assortment and invite a'l
who wish to satisfy themselves of the gr eat
superiority of these G!asses over any and.all
others now in use to call and examine the
same at
DOW & COE,
STATIONERS and OPTICIANS, .
ONLY AGENTS for PENSACOLA,
apl6 88 6m


J. BIEBIGHAUSER,

Plambii, Gas afndteam Fittin2
-AND DEALER IN--
GAS FIXTURES, BRACKETS, SHADES.
WASHSTANDS, BATH TUBS WATEI'
CLOSETS, HOT AND COLD' WATER
BOILERS PIPE AND FIrTINGS.
FIXTURES RE-BRONZED.
Palafox Street, Next to G. Forchelmer,
PENSACOLA, FLA.
my 15 86-ly


-----DRALER, IN-

0Q= -A. \1- D TI M R72-Y


O1ETIiE A IT. :-: TT A IDWAIIRE

603 and 605 S. Palafox Street.


Revere Copper Co.
Watertown Steam Engine Co.
11. II. Dodge Patent Storm Oil Bags.
LonId's Patent Ship Pumps.
John A. Roebling's Sons Co's Galvanized Wire Rope.
Caffiss, Cordage, Paints, o.ils,
Nautical Instruments, Charts, Anchors. Chains,
Compasses, Logs, &c.
--iC. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Iih:ts' Be, evo'ent Association.
mar!4 88-1y


HNIRY C. CUSHMA1T,



WHOLESALE DRUGGIST.

Only Wholesale Drag Establishment in West Florida.
NEW ORLEANS PRICES AND TERMS DUPLICATED,
-DEALER IN-


DRUGS, ;MEDICINES, C-HEMICALS
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMES, GARDEN SEEDS,
An Endless Variety of Fine Lamps, Chimneys, Bric-a-Brac, Ete
THE FINEST SODA FOUNT IN THE CITY.
VICHY AND MINERAL M ATERS ALWAYS' ON DRAUGHT.
All the Pollular Non-Secret Remedies for Sale.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLYL Y COMPOUNDED, BOTH DA-
AND NIGHT.
CUS.HMAN XUIL-IN-, CORiNER GOVERNMENT AND CUS[IMAX STtlErTIi,
'PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. .
.- mnarl588-ly -


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S ELL IT II ;,.ii.>. 1 M .*, VI;UY IT~ ( UN I 0D 1 WHO LE.
.' 4


5 fl* IF PA IRTIf I L.5 H NOT1( E.


Coll'tfr Lci<.. O.. f{e- cit I i h- Veiglii iu Parlaiing.
TAKE NO I --- n I '; I i.t
it and u ha- ......


0 1i.- nilt .- ,,'.:....,. .. ,,n. 4 tA l/_


S-WI i E GIVEN TO ALL WHO WILe CALL AT Ti
-WILL l3E GIVEN TO ALL WIlO WILL CALL AT TIHE_


Caucasian


Coffee Saloon.


8~- rders left at the Store o0 with the Drivero, will ire,.-iveC PrinIt


Attention. Al! Goods Delivered.

M. L. ROCH,
CAUCASIAN COFFEE DEPOT,
No. 208 S. JPalafox SIrer,


--HEADQUARTERS FOR


and School Supplis.




T3EI BOOKSE LLER ,

213 SOUTH PALAFOX STREEI'.T-- 2g.

july27 6m


A. G. 1MOaEO & CO. ::

i .l ,_ .l. ''
3Pensacola, Fla.,


REALESTATEAND COLLECTION A ENfTS.'

CITY PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD '

Rents and Accounts Collected and Prompt RellurnsI Made.

TAXES, INSURANCE, &c., ATTENDED 10.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. COMIMISSI ONS MODERATE.
mrl4-88-1y


McBrine, Durham & Co.,


eal Estate an l Loan A nts.

OFFICES-At Meridian, Miss., and Pensacola, Fla.


HAVE FOR SALE LARGE AMOUNTS O)FPINE LANDS IN MISSIS.
SIPPI AND FLORIDA, AND DESIRABLE PROPER'IY IN
BOTH CITIES.
SOLE AGENTS fOR

The Pensacola, Gulf, Land and Development Company.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. -
PENSACOLA OFFICE 21S-', P.ALAFOX STREET (SECOND FLOOR.)

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