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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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VOL. 38. PENSACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 1O : 1 ; 2-m NO 23 I ,il


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MITCHELL REFUSES i iPRESIDENT'S CHARGED WITH CORPSES IN :H;STRIKE SITUATION ; f i




APPEAL SHORTAGEKINCANNON ;; COLD STORAGE;. '


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RENEWED IN MISSISSIPPI.Special I BY POLICE OF LOUISVILLE. !! "

u-l: ; Not Call the Anthracite Coal I II I II I -- I" 1 1I Sixty Negroes Are Still at Work ,

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Strike Off. to The Daily News. f Special to The Daily Ne vs: I at Johns. .

Jackson .. U (. The t ;
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ca-mvaisn: is b --- ia. the renewal ot the Kincai-I 1 'I !
i pluut Io'ai-d in the rear of an 1 j'

I t r.O!>Pttix-hman feud which has brenprocJpitati I :ice cram tVtu.y on l2: /Lth strwt.: I

,: R MADE PUBLIC' I: <
-- I I IF NEGROES of iieintentiary! on the charge: !II coral'i's: ; the cro.ua fur table ute !

.r Continuation; ct of Ctommii<
Cc Placed Upon Tho.i I Pwhman tailed to turn over to in s. bin! in tlu> rear where they kept! Workers, Gives Out Statement In ;
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J 1 the state: a draft for cotton sd salrsamwctiiaf the bodies rool NOT GUILTY ,
reused Arbitration, Ht'' THANK THEPRESIDENT Reply to President Bacon, of the i'
l I.) JM! ;?11 It was at trst thongit: that the padavers I

\\'ard"ii l-'an-hman boldly charges had b<*"n brought here frum I T. C., I I. and Ry. Company.

: ny: News. thatmmih.iKr: >er Kimaimon is ao, Indi.tli1vh: but the heads of the several P
The News. 4
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Special Daily
Special to The Daily News.: p !
t'l.tted in hi.ciifcine. uith the hf;i e colleges interested in the esti'jlishm "
Os t. a.--1'riaitlL ;l Ga. !9), t
that it will thunUer O. !9. Tho strike Dlakely Oct. -Early county .
provmt' campaign *>nt aseitod that the bodies wet Birmingham, -t. i
.ot. milieis': lliiiol : fur tits: b't' >the Professor A. A. obtained! legitimately by them fro a situation at the coal mines of the Tennessee grand jury has had under Invest' I; t

ouii.!:. witty the appta.KOM. i Kinisinnon, who is promircently mentione the penitentiaries.! : Insane asylums anI Coal Iron and Railroad company gation the charges/:; preferred by tha II.+ '!
: .-\. ', to call the Special to The Daily News: state prison commission against Deputy t f, <'< i
.' ter: tu the prtbtdtni: Warden Willis Ponder, In Connecticut j : i 1
;Montgomery Ala.. CVt. 0.-The ja- that hI: will demonstrate,: the absolute! tucky. About I fiu; negroes are still at workat tf' (

... imblltai tueVhit hiln t ion of the W/TIX-S here over the falsity of the charge at the invebtiga Chief of Police Gunther mi-ived a Johns; under protection of di-yutits, with the sweating to death ofa I" ; .h
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-. -,1-!. .- the rejousiI1) appointment of Judge Roulhac. a tion to be held next Saturday. Ho letter from the chief! of i fM>lice of In. but no threats of violence: hate been negro at the branch of the state pea. f' 's1 I j
...:!ion ot the atniic; itentJary at Jakln three years ago.
prominent Democrat, to be hays his respects to the commisstonerIn diamiixilis. inclosing a letter from a heard. William IL Fairley member
iijiou those tt MtI ha','. the northern district of Alahann.attorneyof no uncertain language, accuses him I woman in Louisville, who said she- had national board of the United MineWorkers After fully investigating the latter, -

I.. is often and pfterveseont. The (olio... of personal I malice, and a ihesn! to le- lived at the place in question and that America, today gate out a the grand Jury decided that Ponder 'f" !! ,

ing telegram: was sent: cure revenge Ixi-ausc of disappoint- I rome of the bodies stolen In Indianapolis statement in reply la the recent state was in nowise rwcponslbl" for th j matter ; J.

L! -t TO PRESIDENT. "To the PresidentWe: the undersigntsl :! meet in not getting one of Ms favor had been shipped here and were ment of President D. H. Bacon, of th3 the swearing having taken plac3 } I
under Vitt >to>, then deputy : t i
Captain :
negro Republicans! of Moatgoin.ery. ites reta'.ntd as sargeant on one of thj stored in the shed. company! made In New York: t
to Roosevelt's Mes- Ala., while passing! through tho the delta! convict farms. The sergeant Chief Ounthcr sent two polieem it I'airley says the real issue is not the warden now dead. The grand Jury Y ; t J

Last Monday I darkest hour of our |olitical history! in question was discharged for to the !scene. They reported that th v enforcement of assessments for the anthracite returned no bill. It'
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been hound to this I'
Ponder had over
.-Tne IOIIwiu wish to thank! and congratulate inompetene- the warden. could rot; get in the shed without strikers, but it I is whether or ;
you term of the court under $5.000+ bond i I Iunder
.\\1ute Hub; the appointment of Hon. Thomas: Commissioner Ktc<'annon. on t11'Joth..r brraVin it open. cot the union men shall work in the
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out at the Instance
U. Houihac, of !Sheffield to the actonieyship hand., if. 1'I1'Ially'iorous., and Wiiile! the chief of police: was tryin? same mines in which the miners have: a warrant sworn I., I. I

.' 8, lti u 2.-llou.sitleni of the northern district of has launched a fulliledged prosecutio.r to get the j"rniission of the court to I, been \[,lled from the union for refusing i of the Jake prison:More commission.faptaln Mate: warden-. : '. I

t, ,':.'' ol tin i ir. Alabama instead of the lily white Republican of tie charge of Mraployittg a well open! the building! those having chara to pay the a'st' :impnt. Th-- I '
ttatia 'd before th-J l
and "
,: Si. Hon. Ca:- candidate" i known legal firm of this city to represent of the )place! sent word! to police! lea I- union nun refuse thus to work. rte was present .

i-, i !. ....t. repoiiv.1i Thie.is signtl by N. H. Alexander, him at the 1D\'I"fttj a.tcn.! Ile expresses jiian '" that th' building was open charges that the Tennessee companyis i I grand J'irj'ALEX. I II

., i 11 ii age tu receiver! of public moneyea.! and himself his! firm belief! in the guilt of and th-1 investigation; / was mado. "p| osoil to organized: labor and I UKan '- I
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..n.. u.> -t.vi- meat ti apixwntfxl by Uoose\vlt; Bishop the wank-u.! and stats that it is fcigj The building is a small! one and is war on it Monte time ago by mploying i I LISGHKOFF I i I Ii

nl t.,'.M- \ Mir\ sugge.v I Ahstork and 13 other, the most prominent tIme! for the board of control to get a I provided) with numerous thermometersfor nonunion liricklawrs an i :I .

';11\: ,. .lUnoitgU 1 u.'ii c..gr h.. ... new man to manage the affairs of the the proper observation of the tenipe others discharging the ur.inn men t t
i vutl iavor..e j prison ; ttuv. The bodies ww found in HB regards the; present content as ci i EXONERATED l.
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".. I Gave ionouU-'i The warden explains the draft lix-i- boxes and most of them were in a fight for the !life <>f tee) uulon in the .

,-lent, who tuuear.iia good 1 state of preservation. The 4s. mine ;. !i ---- s t
prefc ITO BRING runt by saying that the paper in qucs. 1enn::!t1e company's I 1I I Ii

..u". tii: .n was exohanged for a mule par' tahlishrnont is maintained! by severalljulsville I Mr. Alex Li \ re again teat: \e ui. cl.a,..>d fur one of the; delta! farms all} j medical colleges. i
I NEARING arrested for receiving stolen goods :
TUNNEL ;
K n'apousibiiuy ol vII: he has sirmmoneil reliable witness The heal j of these Institutions sav .
1 ., giavtty of the :situ GOAL BACK I to .111'0thO' H a Sdftlun. I they are given the bodies! by tho stats on a warrant made by city cjllicers J. : f.

i A Mild give lib great plea-. Pad h'"oI 1 h.ii= existed between 1\.ar. !, with the understanding that they are COMPLETIONSpecial was discharged by Justice Wolfe \ 1
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...uy; u.< tioa wineii would --- d>-ii Par hn/All oil Commissioner' -Kilt. to be heUi 30( days for i identification thin morning at a rrtllmlnary! hear. II 1'ing. '

..i' ttnke to au end in Aa C In cutler a5I"t. the Identification '
Special to Tl,3 Daily News: cannon for uvca: J -tl': and at th" to : In -- 1
'.\ula,l ? .guard i the ia' New Turk U. t'i: !b.-The British ;Fittinof th. pent! Hitiary Infcstigatin.st the cold storage: pant: was eo't\hlsJi! : Mr. Lisclikull'a friend* will be I

', VI.- +1I.\"t"u'f :r.'m ntji.i I. gteann Mainline! t has b.-..u chartered commtt": t11! l in this city! last and an arrangement: made with the lee to The Daily News. glad to learn that the: charge ajraitBthim ; : 1 I' i '

.--: ,'.1>; taut there b*' an 1mtuiujition -. by tile Brauer line tor the purpose of winter. the! aniun's of t'ie hostlttties; I, cream plant to furnish thA cooling; air. New York Oct. 9.-New'YorlO''f' was not proven and that he has I ,

ot coal mining ui!>, was made when the warden i {1 1I > Tt"> bnildine! is nn Rielith street win 1 lie ri.Hag 1 from one end of the: rapid ( in havinga J
I blame
.lonartnt
coal all .
anthracite from
of freed 1'1
tong .
cOn.ylngIJ"hl -- .s I .....u... ...... ..... ....I:;... II *-a .. .- n.q. *- -. --u less been
., th' the other in !
at tunnel to
sugge-ted wher' transit
'Il.: we from Hamburg.Unch was shipped to (-qIlt'b'tI"Iltit1 the euinntiss1.uterwhite but the entraixo to tli' place) watch which had beent"leu.. }
.. Idlt'l that wen;*.;I l I I the I from 81- than according the annwn"
\\ :( I Germany last year. The Brauer !liii" on the! wit IJ'ess stand ront'rni g I'tdle-i( were found U; an a year
halt .. ai ': :load<< uieii t: : i" mad by Chief Engineer William
a i > av r ; lPV me.it
i is ?Said to na've jur11ar t auituo< :; tons the iharg(; trade' against him. Th'
Parsobs. who has just salei;! !I
. 1 lof Pennsylvania anthracite, which has warder won. a clean-nit victory In tin I Barclay SEVERE STORM L
.. !for Eunn I'ractirally} all tVtun. t ,' I II
"a1 rl it. r UI been lying at i,' different places in inn 1igatlon. whiipmg: out ail Ills ei pe. : tb,
AT '"
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DIED finished within
c' 'I -Idt: Mlfl *ln '; emus vindlcating his in CP! digging: will be
I GermanyafHf will have the<< coal shipped !" aid name I I
.. .. ., 1, HANDSOF i next six weeks. \: i. ,
the all
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i t !.iif.t themint, I'f !! persons who made i.thurongh ( GULF
back to the Putted'tates at onceEast ) .. IN THE I
!" .\ >. ',- \ tl'iit! Y'.I:I I side lonketionary manufacturers all impartial\ study of th,' MOB I "By L 4'It Now Year's day it will b1 ( ,
to 1 loo like rail.oad," said MiParaonsT I
'i.'pr:: f ui'U the Ian' are supplying cocoanut sh?:!h I ionx.r rt.ntof; ; the invt-st'satmg! com I gin \ a i rv

>..slt! 'i aiiit tin lUal'io ; to trn.meat dwellers: for fuel. Tin mttt>'.. I1..- term of ofCc.e expire -- "1CN stall Then have 7 filile;.q, --- ; ; ; J

t.e: ,r'1 1 u>. I ivlis gold of 5u 0-; next nioi.tM; ,ir i ttns! ur no candidate I | of tour Tnicl< ra.n>ad laid and ream ; i j. T
are in wags to > i
j ji
The News.Nf The l L.cal weather bureau at ;XW: f
to
Special Daily .
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1 ,i.. \:>i r.i 1- \\ 1:1::1: jioaiids for V> or 15 rents a bag. TI.1; )hao &.f'I..a..l i in tfield: against him. :[ for businibe. And! by that time w' .
'j'i ;'' :,a-I. Itt. hat' i I I the work of excavating an-I I o'clock this afternoon received from 1
material fumisheti; more b at than coal *hf rn. Tenn., Oct. !I.- araeldBii'Iey J, jpert \1 )
"-,.. \ In all,. Washington! a southeast storm ; t
of
.1' > ; 'j conn { Inclohure t.o be completed\ I
and \ihile it UIH* rot burn along asioal. I and Curtis Brown, negroes, I i
"\ .1! ." to do 11-.1 its lasting 'jiiiiiiti are rout h bf' t- 1 HEADQUARTERSAT wore lynched here at 9 o'clock last there are CO miles: of single track roar;I j j warning for Tampa I'unta Gordai II

:il iI.l ina"muctl t ter than wturdSOLDIER !. to be built The oli-ctnc, motors will I I i and Punta RaaQa. The storm is of : : j
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night l-y a mob of 5 "
iHrsons.P.iirlty
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.i ..rcept the d begin to arrive ab+vit Jan. 1. and tht'l} considerable intensity and moving i i

J <-attd: I h) y 1),1 I i: CHATTANOOGA on Saturday last shot and cars will soon follow. The station east or northeast, apparently central I
kill d D. Flatt well known ,
.1 '1'.' :" rot :::1'.1 '\' :l: KILLS -- I farmer, near Dyersburg.a Flatt young haJ will l>e beautiful and artistic, as weflas I over the middle gulf. J ,
'.1 d i Pntnn'f thtt I illuminated by sunlight and perfectly '
The wind will become high: from i
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tra I"d i bori-es with the negro and later I i
n! -'on' you sit.:- I Special to The Daily News. hygienic"TRIED '
A STRIKER I Hurley demanded that the trade bo the east on the Wet Florida coat' t
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? ne to advi.io! 't
', work ('katratoid: i. T"Mii.. O !t. 9iieadquarter :' declared off. Platt refused to accedeto tonight and mariners are warned
;1 !.i simply: I Ito
,'1" i ',IIoPf'rato',; -- !- ot the Georgia Coal! and Iron this proposition and while! on his TO that it will be dangerous for vessels I .

company' will 1n. e-tabUshed her this way home was shot down by Burley. sail we-t or northwest.The :
I >1'i i to comply Special: to The Daily: News:
,; ':I, i- ,\I i.-, of your week. George F. Hurt, of Atlanta. A posse has been hunting the murderer MURDER GIRL maximum wind velocity at j j
Tamafjua Pa O.'t. !3.-James general manager! will locate h -re pe'- and, Tuesday eight l located him l'en'acola' at this writing has been I ': I

t '. l'i' >1""i- \e that we Eurr.hara. a striker, was shot and kill manenily.) Joel YV. Hurt. Gtft+r3'.> I'. in a negro cabin at Huffman, Ark. :2s mile;, from the northeast, and the : ;, I ::11'I .

h.inl It iin our prop ed by a soldier on guard duty :t' Hurt. J. I. Larrimer. furnace superintendent While being brought to yer&burg Bur I amfall! today has been OI.I .
Brownsville, near here, early) this and! Major M. T. Singleton; icy confessed to the killing Implicating Special to The Dally News. ., I
"h"e do not
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: morning! The place' is the scene of chief engineer, held a long 'onf "-- Curtis Brown as an accessory- Ch'cago"Oct' ; ':'( =liud 1 lldggins, baid} I' '

"tot. aked to makesolicitude scvra! dynamiting outrages, and Burn- once here. The furnace at Using Both men were lodged In jail at D>ers- to bo a rae tray k employe, is :sought I I NORTHEAST STORM WARNINC. : : : I

-. ham j is said to have been tutoring 'n Fawn Ga.. is being overhauled and taIar burg.A by the police on the charge of devs-
fnrvr
i : I the vicinity of a nonunionist's hou.-.. "-11. and will! be put in blast assoon mob soon appeared at the jail icg a new pIan of attempted murder The local weather bureau received .1 ;
who
aw
?:j try I I
'"i,i to great suf- which was partially destroyed by an as possible: The output 1 will! and demanded possession: of the pris and trying it upon Annie Butler at till! a telegram from Washington thi3morning '

.' r explosion last week. The soldier) l>e 1n4'rl.a.jO,.: to ?<'l ton daily. oners. Criminal Court Judge;:; Maiden Dearborn street Haggir.s" /; tad quarreled I givng northeast storm I'I I
.v'- r'e by a protrike -
.. calli-d, upon Rurnl'am to ha't. and this maJa strong iathat the law bo with the woman frequently, and I ;
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and wnn warning; at 1'', a. m. for Mobile, Pen-
order is said to have been disregarded allowed to deal with the case. Judge I hal been arrested on her complaiLt. ";
-t terrible sta-> I sacolaand Cedar Thefctorm is ::1
TO DISCUSS Key.
MEANSOF I'
and thereupon the sentry firH. :Maiden said that as the evidence W3.5I I She feared him and had refused to I I '
J h 1. u-ed upon the central south of Louisiana and U
.. and Burnham fell dead in his tracks complete, there would be no doubt of have anything to do with him. Gon.; ; ; i 11 !
r..t t to refer it w %
I with a bullet through his heart. GETTING COAL !I a. conviction. I to a telephone; within less than half a evidently I II moving uortb<-at. High '

'a vestlgation.: An un'tuvehsful attempt was mad Tho mob! would not listen!! to the !I block from her house he calM her to northeast to north winds are indicated 'I

.I II t',':, Mitchell proi- list night to dynamite a lIr'akAr owned I II I judge's reasoning and forcibly took j hold the instrument, and after a few for Pensacola this afternoon I J :
: "' kers of Amen-I Iw
by Slattery cro.. at Tuscarcri. possession of the two men. A start words with her request**! her to hold I and tonight with raiu. II .

Only slight/ damago was done. I Special to The Daily News. I was made for this place, which was the wire Then he went arrmnd to I I ,I

Ne-.r York Oct. 9-Three reached at 8:30: o'clock last night. the side window of her house and fireJ A fypical9oulh.litican Sire.. I

made concern. For Over Sixty Years.MRS. tees of citizens, representing rommlt'l I Ropes were procured' and the two one shot at her. The bullet! struck 0. R. Larson of Jay Villa, Bun- '
ut ir. Mitchell by chants manufacturers, and men were takE'1lto a telephone pole, I 1.1
her in the I left side causing a wound
WISSLOW'S sooTHise MYRFF bat days River Cape Colony, conductsa "
Win!i' "' House today, al- of trade of this city in joint conference where they were securely tied faco
bfn used for over sixty yean by millions that may prove fatal. Haggins then typical of Houth Africa at !
.:, be slid have decided to call mett-, story ,
that the pre ihiiuMcd a mass to face. At a given! word they were I
while
mothers for their children teething ran away and la being sought for by
"' tl all efforts in with perfect success. It soothes the child lug to be held next Monday eveningin strung up and la a few minutes both which can be purchased anything .It i:
the police. from the proverbial "needle to an
rot an end to the strike. softens the gums.allays all paincures wind Carnegie! Music Hall to Jiscuss were pronounced dead. i
anchor. This store \is; situated In a I .
o )learned as: to the fu- colic, and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea means of getting coal to the crty. Itwas The lynching programme was carried ;
One Bottle of Burwtt's Vanilla Extract i is valley nice miles from the nearest .;
of the It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m.mediately resolved that discussion of the I
in thU
president out In aa orderly manner not railway station and abont twenty- ; ; I
:P! Mated that the time sold by Druggists in every cart merits of either! side in the strike !1 a shot being fired. I better than three of the doubtful five miles from the nearest town. ,;t:
."'. of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle should be discouraged and the mainquestion ; kind. Though costing a few cents Larson .1'
I Mr.
to disclose he )purpose; I !! says: "I am favored ,
-'Ic\tlnn. This natural! ; Be sure you* ask for"M rs.Wlnsl:>w'g SoothIng of getting coal the only one I i I more per bottle its purity and great with the custom of farmers within I 'i

',I .Peculat'u! a" t.> whr: : Syrup and take no other kind. considered. NOMINATEDFOR I i strength make it the moat economical a radius of thirty miles, to many of I ,;
.. I whom I have supplied Chamberlaln.8 a!
\t it I brand.
moas was: mi-
Foiey's Kidney Cure I remedies. All testify to their I :
the When you wake up with a bad :1 I
lminSfat.on! htl)
CONGRESS i -li-l"DWEIl'rE-R: value in a ruphold where a doc : I ;
I month at once to i
nukes kidneyS and l\ddcx\ right. taste in your go a
everything poasible l :r. I
tor's adviuc i- almost out of the I :
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drug store and pet:! a free sample of I --
> operators and miners ton Chamberlain's Stomach ani Liver I bTJ buy in question. Wit! '" one mile of my t.1 J.
an appeal ma.lo to Mr. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S Tablets. One or two doses will I Save Aloney' :! store the populai.u -u is perhaps six- a
make you well. They also eure biliousness Special to The Daily News; I t yore furniture ty. Of these, wit m the past twelvemonths '

sick headache and consti PIne-nutr:" rk.,-Oct;; 9,=-"WlIlian at Marston fy Quina's no less u. > a ud fourteen Chamber have
been absolutely tu by
w tut a magnificent watch Fine oysters today. Try them. pation. All druggists; and medicine IL Carpenter, ol Stuttgart, has been lain's Cough Rei.. sdy. This must I
money? 'If so, call oc SIC APOSTLE. dealers. ___ Great Furniture Empo I
nominated for congress by the elfdistrict to surely be a record" For sale by all
f.e: jeweler. He will ace I
,'>e you. Big Pensacola. BUDWEI3ER at Republican convention__ rium. druggists a act medicine dealers. :

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1O, 1902



SHERIFF'S POSSE IS OLD;: PEOPLE ? Tgc:] --


N "-:; Notice is hereby given that th? following described! ir.: .

to not always receive the sympathy and attention which* 1'I \;\'A at public auction on the third (3) day of November. .\. Ii I : .. -
a f Court House. City of Pensacola in the County of E.-cni .
AFTER RIVER PIRATESWanted they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely < r
thereof as will be necessary to ray the amount due for I., v _
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imaginary or natural and unavoidable at their time f. .b opposite to the same together with cost of such sale! an.! .I .
life. Disease and infirmity should not always be asoci
l.f'J I' A. II. D'ALKMi.r.: I :;: .. .
For Robbing Store ated with old age. The eye of the gray haired grandsire': !1f" Tax Collector. E-cas::.'. i ,
may be as bright and the complexion as.fair as any of f .J ///;- I

at Slough's Landing j i his younger and more vigorous companions.Good .

Blood is the secret healthy old age, for it re- :!at,9 .

BATTLE PROBABLY MAY OCCUR. Mid controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves makes the

I muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the flesh firm ; but when Owner. Description of Land. =

this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustaining :: r
It Has Developed That the Men have
I elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resul;:.,;

Been Following the Avocation of in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly in- z

River Pirate* for a Term of Twsn- shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome : -

growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic;: pains 1-ecouie almost --

ty Years. constant accompanied with digestion and cold extremities. Mrs. F. Ella Clinch.West '2" i::; .] .,
poor '' '' '' '' '' ''' '' ? : -
Oct 9.-A Banner S. S. S. being purely vegetable, is the safest and Carl Wilson . .Lots 7 and 8, Bartrios Bratt . 1:. .:s '

Nashville epe- best blood purifier for old people. It dots not f hockor George Crockett Let 3 . . . . . . :21-: .
cial from a battle H
SECRETS Tiptonrille says hurt the system like the strong mineral reine/lies, Clem Johnson . Let 6, blk 3, Van Kirk's Division 12: .- ?

imminent between a sheriff's posse ot but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and Sarah Simmons: .Let 2, tk 3, sec 12, and part of
five men and! four brothers named I
i4: At tK. Price of Suffering. stimulates the debilitated organs, when all bodily mv ,i. sec 19..n and 19 :s
Shepherd, who are aboard a boat a 11
Kelkf..Lot 10 and elk 10 VanKirk's
ailments disappear. S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people need! to i Keyser ,
Woman on her way to semi-invwidismI few miles below to 'n. Div of lot 1. . .. . . i::: j:., .,
avreak and tone the Stomach. If there is ln-ieui- I
improve digestion :
caused by pregnancy suffers much pun The men are wanted for robbinj up any Unknown ()wnus..S',: of lot 4. . . . . . 17 j-: '
taint the remains of disease contracted in life S. i S. I
her to 'alone tary or some early >
a Ignorance prompts a store at Slough's; Landing, and it develops HamIlton'eL.tel'.I'Olt of ne',4 of Iel; (Deed Book
In silence and remain in tlie dark *s to that they have been followin? will search it out and remove every vestige of it front the system. 15, page 110. . . .. . is :J. ;
the true cause motherhood. Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help
the vocation of river for 2"" Frank Lee..2'\2 acres in aw cor of seta of
Mother's Friend takes the doctor'splace pirates St. you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood II ne i . . . . . is :, '"
from
and she has BO cause for an and inter lieimodesty years. The Shepherds are nd skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO'JPANY. Atlanta. Ga. I. M. Illanton . .Nw'iof eel 4, and wJ cl nw% 'tt: .
She is her doctor Louis and assisted by
a spottsrnamed
new. own are I . . . .
F D. Winslow..Nw'. . . :2!<> iWrn. -
is protected. Daily applicationtr who is hunchback
I/ewis Smith
the breast and atdomen throughout a White . Xft of nwU of se% . . . 7 1= "
t Hill t-nabV her to undergo th and is reported to be heir to 0:1. Foley's Honey and Tar cures CHOICEST U. II. Joseph . .East 12 acres of u% of s% of ni

pregnancy period of gestation it a cheerful mood of the finest business; blocks in St.Louis. :: coughs; and colds and prevents pneu I (luxl2 chains). . . . :2C : -

and rest undisturbed.Mother's. : monia. T.-iketi-> substitutes.; W. A.I -OF- I W. D. Ifil1.Nw't4 cf nel i . . . . . i'i: ; i.Wosley .
I D'AI"'llIb..rt>-, 121 S. I'ulufox.Mrntlcal Grimes. .N 10 acres of sw'4 of su'4. -i-ul

Friendis OVER THE OCEAN. i I nijn ilO SDI south 10 acres of nw',4 of '* 1. ;;, I -

Society, Attention. I fnl JI'llv nlU! UUl'J' \ I \ I Washington Ma'o. .n% of nw** of sw',4 . . . ;:s ; -

a liniment for external] use onlv. Its When the Pn-nch frem-ml Itonrbnklrutiertted \\'. II. Scott..E% of (% . . . . . 7 1-
would indeed he shainei'ul :f the s.arincef into Switzerland l-t'ore the There wiil be a regular meeting ofhe -A 1'- Wm. Kirk. . . % of n%. Ics :5 aerrs in .-. tn i' f
Peni.iooia Medical! !Society m
of modesty were necessary tthe MJ Cl""I'I (it'l mails in IS71, he sold lO.um) tjor3 : ;;he B ard: of H-aith:: : orr5.it C. APOSTLE'S 1t'1,.. of rw Ii . . . 1'!
ful issue (.f h.tl\ rhi.lrl"n.:1 tvt to the Swiss. All these horses 14 and 2Sh Wm. Kirk. . . &4 of se-i . . . . . 11! .
Oct.
are I o'clock p.m, 'fut' :Jay. :
iikT about to I. .' .'t.111e mothers lill.i..n.l only
*\ i). llauer..6 acres in 5W:11' Kn 1 ,1"1
dead! but one, owned by a butcher at ph.\ "!CUTB are cordiitll}
b i! toadrug&toro' and lug il.r A) i-.i..re the I Ill-rise. [Invited YiMtiug attend. 14 East GGTOTllt ply!,, Hook 11 JIH'i: : . . :l':.. .

i prilecluhllnrth! remedy. ]Ie.iUhbabivf: DR. \" C. DEWEEKY N C. McMillan..Lot ;. . . . . . . .::0. :
i' are the result; uf u', :nx Motor's } In Dutide". Scotland the Formerly Cord, 'va RntauratitStnr.s
'Tl'u'1.1 trolloy pvs- '
.
I President.OR. tnknown tt.iers.L 6( ; 'is- : bi lot f" . .
t Our book itutherhnoJ" tam iusot] to drink and sprinkle the L. DEM.: BL'CKER ():,ie c tr-lo-i'i I : of I'J'I ,ln'.e" at fl.7l Janus l.cr . . .West :, ai'\ f > I,-'') d'-.IBook !

THE ESADFIEL3! HESUUIOS! : CO. ATLANTA.: CA ssr.vts: .\ combined swwpcr arid hpriitkler naSSttf secretary.styiiCK. .to f:.iN( ) (per dozpnLODGE t'ii pall l.'i.j:;; . . .:/i .

___ __ _ ____ --- i runs daily over nil the cur tracks. I -- -- Wm. H. lIno\.l'r..5 arms Mi'iih u" C .fK.-=. ii-.| il-

r s r,r"a, !! and the work I is done quickly and thor j jI load! ( ii-'i H' ,ok Jj jus ;i'" ,'.". ,

UNION VETERAN LEAGL.tt I I uubly.I -. 1 1I S. Garey and Henry'

\Vtx>n the Warsaw police recently I I have been authorized to take DBECTOHyKNIGHTS i J Morris. . . ',lit 1". 1'J':.:! . . . :r..". :

it First Session of the Sevent Annual raided\ forjred banknote factory, they j! subscriptions! for Wm. Jennings W. P. Brewton.-.i of !"t 1 . . 4: -

+t Encampment.Chicago. found a cabinet organ s-tuflVd with i: Bryan's paper, "The Commoucr. Or-PY""RI.. S. E. Sunnier . Lots 11 an.l :.'! . . 4, ,
The price k ll.th! lJ per year in ad- I Krbt. Blackman Lot :31 J. KoifiuCi: ; . -I' -
g I sr Ort 9.--The first session count,'rft'it notes. One cf the formers i i .
I van -. Those ai -iriiu the papercan Laura Adams . Iacre ir.P.I'a's: Gr 'U! H IPate .
i -4 of the seventh annual of | u';.< playinsr the instrument and its ( !"nr acids fjotlKP. > >. 3. K. or 1' -
fnoan'pnjer.t :: |i th
have it > -lIt to m betd1nill j: I !1I'q. . . i.i -
the tnion.tfran league has been I deft'cthe music attracted su j: 11.00 to the rsisu- d. .
; I HI ;.. '' attn Ca Llt' C Joe Thompson .25: acn.s in ne i'.i't anjoiiiiiit<< : U'at
ra held at the Masonic Tom pIe. In addition \ The new West Baden Springs hotel I I Ii P. 41.:\ JVr i'iwiitIx. .-, J the >Mount. WtOI son's in ViiiianGr .1 and It'LA

:; to the men of the Chicnsro camp, | is ouuwded to U the most remarkable |! Cire Daily:...News I. .i; tllllI1ng.lblrrt floe. < Unknown Own<>r5. .:..p 2 of lot :! . . . . :; i : :. .
__ brethren cordlalH.
t nearly a hundred dele?;at<-s were pre3- | building tn the woill <1\'ot..l t.i !hotel! -- '=-' -- =:-= '\ 1'.1':' 'siting.'"iciJw..d E. W Clri-t.an..frat part <.f II:_- f nw> of ua': ,

ent from the various camps throughout |IImrl'o.l'S. The grand atrium. ;:,*< f ;, ai"t\ > ; aln n,.:tlilt

per the poiinrry. Tho session! wascalled :J in d'jiuietor.': \ I is surnuiunt'-d by w lit i i-. i int..>1 y.I .{;.. \ ,;I tp H. HOR-LEtt R. K. 4 S.n ', i -\'. 't "t tt t L'" .M 1\

:; to order by Colonel! ] Richard O. .saiiij be: the large
',r S. Burke, past| : >:ol )nt"l of the Chicagoencampnunt i woild.I -t4) D.u'I'\JJ: If < CMIZMESTER'S:: W. Krerhait t .Lot 1 . . . . . . 14 1 I.,
ENGLISH
and Ik. Howard 'tp.r.lh'8',1, I W. B. Jnidau. . .:Si'i of so >i.i and n's of .sw't of
r Taylor] I --- --- -- C-N-t-t ind
I Natural I :: rrVRoV t riLl 9 iic I 4 . . . 2ti IrK. .
city osecnt'ir.. representing the mavor. I Aimrly.I rase" nrt'i $ I :-
-i I J-. \. orl reel Fbl 11.rJ .iY.pI1. I Griffin. . . .SU of san" routh lo auiaoi
made an address uf welcome, which I Mothers regard approaching: winter +a "" I t..-v.w r ,Jj. .gt ltrvtrntI,, .1 .. ".m t il11I..TIR's ...Um"a
45 i"l '" tit I'.f.l.I.I1 : nw>, of ,,k' . . 14 Ill.
I f 1 t: was resitonded! to by General J. Edwin I I with uneasiness, children take ]I I'cot. ,. .. ...11" qr It t ORt.rrIST! r't -cI H'.I'. ,. 1 o..Ir ...... n .... ,...., Frank ('arter.East 4 atn-hof< "l lt 4 1 (Dead Bk
.
I n -1',.ri. '' .n I..h.'hr. R.1
: Browne, the national] commander. .! .*o e\-ily.: Xo dNea=e cot mere .. .... .
TLn A ..ocrp".... .I...f .b..ltau, ... e, t3... IvItA.Pr 13: Page .fly. ;; . . . . i2 r.n .
: little lives than It's attack i .1. H I -ie. 1M
The 1.:1 d 1\ Auxiliary union of the croup. i- .. e.... pot I Jf .,. I". r."lrul.r- l'in..uii.U 1: .akf'I..4 acres iii !' >\ ti'i lot 3, tDiii II
!I.o sudden sufferer : I J .." .. ,
that the often
M { u t.II.t furlrJl 'r ennt
t 7 Yet.rant'a i kel.l: the ojs'ntng session I beyond human aid before the doctor'1ch .F, _tI verv ;..Oillti111! ,___ tr. .i.if. \.I..n..I'! : Hook 12: I.ag.,; :2S71 . . 32 fin:' '

of the convention at the Sherman arrive*. cases yield! readily t.. :;:; l'h'r"8lt.lanI.. "w I "' .'hh..:. t; :;...I :- Sarah Still . . Lot ;5 . . . . . . o.a:' ; :.
house. Ato'r HIP reading of the pros- One :Minute ('ore. Lir'IIU' J' fc! A. \ a:" it II.." ,\. Iru. 0. O. Blakeloy . :2 a'-rfs in nvr coro'sw''. of n1 ,
i'' l'ough .JT ; \l HkHLl.irlolj: Spray !| j Dei'd I Book I1, ::H..I" . i inS
ident's 'pnrt by Mary D. R<' e. of Cluinbns > the mucus, alljy* u rt initnun.n. r... ..,...I ... I page -
I ti ,..:: r''w.. .,. ..., 'rt". : O c ; ,.>e ti '!YOURSELF l' i !' h".2 in Itw'y uf sw'i of Ilt' .
1' and the reports of the secretary | niuvx d.1Ufor.b'nl'lt..ly -af -. Act: ..; ::<.. .,1. )n" '1d.. !I ; 'U"" &a "4': ; in Ira \
ri ': ;) :;io'r- .1 \.1' ". .l Q .. 1. rui. c f..r ..toy "". rof11 H.i- ". & of I.-. : .
t; and treasurer, conimittrc w r-o in- l1r"i.ltPlv. (tore-. cou.h-s. rut --. ,}:.;"""" hI l.o. ccnL3 + t..."...,lbn..II.II1, "
appoinl'r d. iip, rrttchiti all throat ai.d '"><_' .\1..4ounl.I,...II.itv A' : :.1 ''In.u tr ul ".tinnD l HotI'O'ik! ,, i1". |I'ft!'," .5r _
t >ti.i i n ut.iiu4 D" IL.ruum. htl.r i i.;. ari"of n X11'0
Tfu- trouble. F. S. McMahon Hamp'tn.i i .;| j he \ Flaunt'y..Snuu r-4
I'niin! Veteranleasrie. assit>.l :innu', Into.r.endadritOauu '
O.i "A bad cold rendered .", Itt east ol '. .. I iS'<- /lo d l Book
: n1* VI.TI-- .Y. Mil '.J' i| ;p f. f" ( .t or (h-iiuuu'. rd. > >
!rfl by the" Ladies Auxiliary. heft],. its anJ1 I: -'"- just before oratorical: Colt t--t. InucAe1k-In.ll..nl"U4r.ilrArw, Nt'i I : 6u24 T l; ..,:rio.f, J\\ pact 1.7''I . . . 1' .

meal ('aniri fire" lat night.e I1 intended to withdraw, but took': faiu&Uv tu.a! I..t't K t"e'? I xnt au "l..a a rcptrr. Anna IIt.nferson.,11 oi o'4 of f(1'' . ]It :, .

# : The movement sct on foot by Colonel I'One Minute/ l'uI.h Curt It restored .. I I.Ul.npl'P ur 3 (.,"IU.2.75 Prrpuid. .[utKoum C.ra B. Everhar* .Nil's acres of 1m S Mibiliv! uf Ii;,
.
3! 'Iime !
Adam J. Wanner; of Buffalo! to j my voice 1:1 time to win tb! medal." tale I >ircua< Kit ua ieye.c.t H (;lonzah Z 'ii; . . 11 1 .

S t' hold the next convention in that city, i Hariris' Plianntcy' John Shfpn-ird. II B. Uatlon..Lclt 1:.. buu-d.v; cf lot rt.; dmzal /

t Is meetmj with 'imih"rahll'! favor. I Sidney K:.ihn. rr . . . . . . M

.- W. L (rant. . All of frwt1 see 15 l Jf'S S :I'I'S 1-,
4t t3 :J 1Io"A! u r: : !.:"k \\ili; .4g.'nt
} ms.
Bryan Takes the Sturrp. I i .. .. .. ..: ROYAL mm mm\ \
Fall : for Hln-.ia. . .5 acr-s in n"'i; "f,1.4 of nod .
City Xcbr. Oct. H.-W. JRrj'au I : .
ailjdir.iHir F. Sn'itli's 0:1:i \\. .; .

'':lS !brern a campaiim on half '- wortI'NEIt.11.! S Years Sid, i i3 Oasis is( 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per castYHISKEV (Deed HI ,nix. ',;. |I' Be ."iJ-'l;; . 1s '-

jfF J1 of !he fusioa tjckfl t>f Xehra.:ka I : ; 1Follllwing -. Wm Spfllman . S 10 autos of l"t 10 . . . 24 !In

+f J:!hjcK will continue with little ant.>r"rnption Preston Pierce..Sw . .1 4 . . . . . 2S J In"

tF \If,11lo'mh.<>r. It Is Mr. I i ithe schedule of t'.fovernineiitsteamerOftifini I \VHISKKY: i di-tilled at the NeNon Co. Wm. Moore..E14 of w'i . . . . . 32 11

ttr ; Bryan's plan to visit nearly every I < Fr"I'r'TilE THIS., Di-tillery! and i is fully matured in wood Lena Vilkinson .Nwy' . . . . . . 4 2n:

i 4t. county in the state. II* maJv three which NKWS: print-* f--r tin I befi>-bottling. it absolutely rure and not exceln.d J A. Adkinson..Nw4\ . . .. . . . t' 2..

'" rpecht-s yesterday to large crowd ).npUt of the luerchaiit-.ohl; in quality by any \Vhis-kry of the game age T A'xantler..NwI4 . . . . . . x'Jamrs :'a .

b' Trusts aiiil imperialism were dwi>;t ;heir go dto the \ariou: iru.\ in ti. -tter where pron'ticed.\ The Royal rttaucSaroe Kannen . .All. except Clr.. . . . :23: :i.

*ost9: : years old when lJ.lttl..d.11<1, c'+n'ileringI Dan Thomas . 2am-M'i, ;.'lIlh Inc of sic,14 t ro.ls!
r upon in his speech at this place. with ... .. 7 "
knaves ft-r "clI ia h. muParrh I Xv-ellmt quality: is the cbeapp.-t whiskey ir from 'w ,-or of gel Deed Cook

,1 reference to the coal miners' stnke ?i KHrrnnciis.Plck.GLeav.aIarrl.ues.: . .; "' ,t Qt.eaI ; ",. -.:.Irt..t at that price. Aa everuL-e. and aaij 26 tmc3: I. . . . :SI":: 1 1. '
(', 1' and the "nanrial] question.San .. ... 1\:1 "'.-o1Ge] iy pure stimulant, there 15 noue better ofs'i wt f
and *
I A. B. lIa\.iland..AIl of n'- nth
:U" 1'1,, .... f a IIIArrtvrr inuika :
---- -'-- Hire* :Ship;" It in ct-ei' coiitjiiiniK nu wl.utevtr tc .
n1- if
railioad.! e\aept w1, of .
BurrnnCii11.in 1111 ai" n -nCAittv
Rafael Mines Sold. fud+taU' c<">nt( nts. If purcha-f-r upon examining! . . ;,
H trip to horlMcKDe aniln: n- s.Js . . . . :;
1' yet' laredo. TiOn.. 9. \ 'I ;urns to r.urruncui.LertVts E the whi-key, is not -atirJietl with the quality ht .
ofvpcial Violet! Burton .Sw'4 of 5-.I 4 of SW ., and 1 r.ij of
KurritiH'H- I p inLHHVIS the !
at
call -iurn tame our
a i from ZA Ilafac! uravt1f> u.Hcolit 'i' '" Collins Grant
mugs TlI.tinn'od.s and | l'w..Patt of Ccnl.rr'F ,
mirhinery. Prince Ptr
I ,.-*- \vci> riokn" .. .:1.! p IDl An ordel4 should! be accoir.i'uiid; by eitbeicurr'iicy
I.g4ltd harp been si-M to A. 1S'il! Molino.I V.:( '] Hnok 1::;, i pate
l \rrn.H' rrni'CHS !iIIp. m 'tin' um; "> LIGHT YARS OLD p<)-t.fticr m"II'o'\'I'\'It.r. bunk draft ores '
well five tie! -nm of flufi.iinn' oash. Th. |'I iilv to :McI',' null return 1, a m.:,nt y ordtr. We refer to Kir-t XaUotai! 5.56) .i -"

s property Las alnrays been tonAitleivd I' On Wed ne-day= :1110 S'lttrd'f- tin- 1 SAL fANDAR Bank .>r any merchant in I'tu.ac.Ia.S. Phil Samnels..Fart of CM.f1''r., Collins!: Grant
j t a reliable | O'ja' wiill"l't.Blrrallca.; via Pick Molino tUefd Book :Z;<\. pd-e
< a very end pioiluctlve on* .
f : Mi- for IVn,:tcoi It: 6)111"; + !MiI 251 :I-:
--
4 tl ai I The General French i- f.r irn ; A. fCollins Jiat.
UN Tnalr. FRIEDMAN John \Iark..Partof.orIPf'r .
and out-i'i-r(
j purpixe clay allY runt Molino Vp'.1 Book 5! paLe
i The landlaJy i ,
4 was peabinz."Mr. Java a pa-? froii: .t.o; cjn ,: tHrniH-t. 3t "
ti : l.irti.toruic.! IIlIdo you like J take l'ai'u .'e o her. I SOLE I'KtiFKIKToR. PEN: your ojrss'The /" I i S. P. Simpkins . .8% of lot 1. all' ot l lot 7 :u ; :

Owners. .Ne% of sw% 29 4r:
Unknown
trasroi'lan's face p O BOXlIt!. Tii.KrilO.NK: .
\
relaxed
into nnesprcssion I L" W. II. Nobles . Lois 6, 10, 15 and Ifi. I(
of Joy. I -, -- -- and a part of lots 17 and IS 40 In
!lard! nCW.2r.urt.r.
r iKJilitl! he erieal. Until that .1 a.* PRIEDMAN. tI Unknown Owners. .Lots 39 and 5:!. 4<"+ i i" '
t
moment people bad willfully mistaken I I l handle every cl
} tls ta>te.i.iltiiuoreA Ut'rII.L II I ; hulk r battle, wholesale or retail, at price that i' 11.\. Brooks . .East 120 acres of soda 1- ',:,

r1di' t are wa,." down. R. A. Brooks .. .Ne% of nell. less 44! a<'r",s 13 .".:

) 1 i tr ; AGENT FOR THE TAMOUS FABST PEER. 11. Carnley..S of nw>4 of ;elf ant ells-i "fFwt4
DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT. of sf'4 1': "i,

Mr. ()w. n hull of Mentoii. Kei GPO A. Hart well. Xw'/i of IIW' '.

l ; t ry \\'. V I., writp"I have had I> White..Lot 12 IH-- 4 Aries :2U. -". "

:;* ; kidupy Mini hi! dd"rir"+ubefarten! .tanning..N; TO ft of I17. V .."

and it becinie -o bui that. I waoblUed WlCKE & Coe Thos. Chambers .Sw% of ne'i h22'tC'rh.-------r: j'. -

I ; to .n ii;pat le.i; -t i d, >Z''u .John Wilson .W% of !'W11 i:ll 4 '.fswll ";.

time a uuMit. I tit-\ ..rret'.ivrdtnv: John Cnnringham .WJh of w'-:: '; .
: prni.ii'Piit hpnt fit fflllll :iny n> d1- 'ft 4:: -
Gas and Steam U nj. D Jernigan..Nwi4 .
Plumber
Fitter. <<:
cine until I tried Fo\\\ < Kirtn.-y I Mary Courtney .Sw% . . : '1.' -
--r Cure. After nine two b'>ttlfI ati' ? =.'1
0. C. Cromwell.S% of nw'4 .
W. ", !
cured. \ IVAlemberte 111Palafox : '.'.
+ ( treet No. S' nth Falafos i treet. W. C. Beck. . .N1o 4oflotl .
...
in lot 3 1 i't 1 <' I Ho" -
,iL '..-,,,,,,",,- -.-... All Kinds o, Plairb-ng :ad (rail Fittings Matariils Kept on Hand A. N. Jarvis.O acres nror MI'! :2t '''>

t k If you want a nice present to giv'r' e : tf-JI.r-"HO"' /'') i '. ..t<:......>? h.I.'f, 22. page i "'.
to a friend go and look thrown thf I i Est. ManMitchell. .Nw\; "

i elegant: line of suitable article at J. W. White. Apt. .E% of e% ': '

}t' J. I. Stephens!, you surely can find PreservingXD :i .1 A. Slay . .8f'% of nw% J"" :i- '

1' 4 something to please you. If youwant J W. Bronson . .Sv.of, Nw'i 10 ::' .
I anything In the Piauiqud UL* Cmanuf-l Gnlbhs .Se'd of ne'! I"" ;'.

be sure to gee him before you buy. : AN JM: ., -4V"ery Esther T. Lee Wheeler.. .\VIAl Swtfofrwli of sw% .. 11 JA. J-: ../':,

: of tie. . . *' "
of
Ft..JSI" I AVKKYVOOLKOLK: Wm. Wilson . E% sw% ) .
Pickling )
t i Geo. Locke.Nw%; ;::'i inMrs. ." .

: :; IIDNEY DISEASES IMPORT >T AND JOBBER OF Highnote . .E% of nw14 .. .]. .In' 3.: '.
'
t>> the anxiou- housewife mean* the E. Ward .l.otI "

? sal IIN !!' ran)'e heatiiu just ri :!itt. YOU e'tn. J. S. Dennis . W% cf ew\i. K\ot sw% and sw's '. .\.
t* melt >lata 01 .n ck:, HARDWARE. of se% 14 '"
e-'unt on iras t'VHtlmecol: ome 2:! ;n .'
.
ot '%
i W. J. Cimlar..W% ( ; .
:!l1IfVh\ not use sriWe take I Joo. W. Barrow. Lots 3. a and 6. : '; '' '

u:1.i ,'Da*ure in 5howir.'g about our !i Iron Nail AsSuppliP -hov .s, Saw Mill and Steamboat J. H. McLendon..Lot 4. .' "' '"' .

: mm CURE 1 isfiiircittsJ i method and price::, knowing full! & *. ('t)1 ,- ai.d Heating StovePaint" Oils : Katie Taylor. . Lot 43. Herman's div of Jots 2 to .
fOLi : Windw GI:. Jun. PI-t\ls and Fi-hin Tackle. 6, west of railroad ii:3 :" \
Btr1iI
; I ) well that we have really the b.t
Asatc anti Tinw lIon R F. Liddle..20 acres south i-fn3a I ,t 4, .
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: e ann ernrnishing Goods. .,
fuel be had pert c .
t.) -t'te nearest: I (Deed Book 23, page (,:' J -' '

Gf mon y refunded. Ccrtilnaremtdiii tI..u that human nueiuity has de-1!I Lr.OEXFOR F.Rovere \1ISGH.\\I ROLLING MILL COMPANY: Q Oliver Foster .. Lots 1 and 2, suh-dly of k' l' C.DeVniiersCr 23 .\.

: v(...d. Call.Hlte., t-If-plwue-qaick I I'auwtr J
rso clzed by eitni'r way. ,1I Wheel Co., !Ii In & Rt..ct Powder Co., Johnson's KaIIn Hu;h Cravey . .Lot 2 .
phyridina u the but f fJa&tuy hand .; >n. ..H. ) 12' and lurk Stoves and RanjffVm John Andcrson..7 aerrs In.. np mr lot 1. (D'P4D ..; .. ,.

Bldi Iroubla: Peoueola Gas Co. C 'U'>? fe t R-iw Hide Lace Leather. ilaeury's i.o.jk '- '. pis"' -;" . .

M ode Rallr 'olors1a' Burr.ps . . Lot :3 1 I. a' i j. . -
,a.a .. ... I1.t\ i Unknown Owners. Ne't lot 5.-; -

W. A. D'ALEMBEFTE. 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Permccla, Fla. oJlic Ten! Pensacola, Fla. Dock Duffee . 1 acre in s part m tot 8 and n- m.f I'wRC

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER O, 1902. ; ;

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rI2V. Nasal THEY DEFENDED THEIR FLAG. I NEVER ASK ADVICE. I I
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cI: When you have a cough or fold

E-45 CATARRH o Daughters of Confederacy True to Thel don't ask what i!a good! for it and get "
' some medicine with liMo oi no merit 'a Y
: Description! of Land. c ;: l!= Colors. B01 I
c S i 1)-0 In all ltd e'aces there eo'o. yG0 ani perhaps dangerous. Ask for I' t
:;: ; c'eaulmcii. mER Newport ICy.. Oct. 9.-ITxritcdDaughters !
.... # = fc' c"H j&nnld be : .V<,r4i r Fuley's Hot ey aud Tar, the greatest i r

.h'" c K s <; <: 5: Kly's:: Creara Cain r G.:t..arJean of UCwtrtersx. y fC'cPl\ throat and lung remedy, it cures I
I ee'soaui ac'h&:6': --' -to i I a oxTit- tl blockade in teIlaU : C'T.c..l coutrh and c' ld* quickly. W. A. ,

, _.___----_- I the d.at:..ed ra,'..JItcarwtalirrtacCcr bbr.'is:e i \.r.: e;, llivarj- )jTSat teas: and cita: v BEERS D'Alemoerte t Palafox street.
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, Rand's (Deed Book 19, page: 633): : ) 17 2s 30w 1 :'JJ :'. .., l:(j'. ..:.?\.. I ly ru :l the t'tft'ts of .Tanifur m
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.t. -OJ..I acre in B\-2 of lot 6, n of Duf- al\sf; .a.co.a .u a LCreua a: i ....... I I'Iuic iinOur cxi"l ia of S T -far.Vi r Marston $ Quina havesonael'ery !

fie's. (D(( d Bx>kl9, page 744)) 17 :2s! 30w 1 91 Balm Into the '. va. of t.'iH Ulari t"'Itt1l i to that Pure, Healthful Snappy.
.s r'tn-it oo.ttI'r !
. .50 tt: \>y 3.0: ft. o.i weft line !inn over tee: inem'j'oii.! ai.J .. a'"mriKl lu.f: : f.a Un.I'I' down an Icaiffloe confederate fla?: Fully Matured. nice Dressers and

;". of sy. of lo 3 (Deed> Book Di.-.l.v.e: dac.-.I. C'UQU. Wash Stands very cheap.
IS 2s 30w I TUB AMERICAN BREW1NQ CO..
2., pale 713) % 1-13 Dot yrudace eaeenng.: Jjirye Se, M eeitlt&t 1Irug-1 pest: owv t.hn1t'r of tl,.? stake St. Louis, Mo. Just the thing to go with '
. .220 ft by :243 ft oath of Dorras' inn mai! Tr.al: I
I girt: or I'jr ; Sue, 10 cct.lsly man.LLV Th! *> hall was put at the tU".l: oi .... I
>4 of S?2, lot; 3 (Weed Hook BItofnElii.b4WarrenSi'ett.dwYork : Iron Beds.
23:'.' page :SC3): IS :2s! :SOw: li 217 I I __ I 1 to \lU l *Prs of t'e! (V>:I-leraiy: O'1y! UI.U) I':1IIliYvlliItl: : ; :. : I. t!

.,;. 220 by 335 fet f n.. of King's in n iof after imisiiK-ribie: ; o<);x >ition! among'

s',2 of lot 3. (Deed Book 21, 1 Origin of the JiorikNUa.tnneler t:1 ""t""S.Whfon t -a0LAY= I J

page 2G1 IS 2s SOw 1?; 1 S3: 11o.t! > IH Japan would*sup- i :::.irrt'taryClra. ;! : 14ared th'H' (;rll 00"> .'. ObJt'.c Iere.w.

ft 170 ft eist of Led'ile's the fraturr of the d-v-orar'oiic! "'Iy. lil\+ mi:" ":anl the littk' ;.::rl'li '
by th-
. ICO I I'c):;(' Uiat w> ;general a J.amivse iusti- i "iii; i Grist and Corn Meal) [Wills i'
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in n% of six of lot 3 (Deed | tutiuiraa the jiurikisha!: of native I Big! 1 i: i i

Book 19. page: 712)) IS" 2s 30w % 1 93:) I 1 origin but not so. An old rv ucnt of I W .ki'.i. who assist' j the hullo I much fuss wbt'u .\tIU bate jour hair ,i S.t<< F. CONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, t
. Lot :5 sab-div of east 4 acres of lot coiubfl.Vluti 1 was a little girl. I i
\i :: dins !in t
. : Yokohama vntos ttl.*' Kobe Ch"'Ji1i.1" "!IJ1Jm"e (
2 31 2s SOw ?i 169 j bad my hair; acuUnl three or four M nnr ctcrenCHOICK
j cle: "}o'ur sc\vrul > after tlie inbti- tb- fe! # unc"tn.it! > that the hull
jun : I
Seri lot 5, s nJiv! of nVi . .3325 30w 102 50 i times every dny. Mt\L AM) PUUKOUOUND ,1 \
I tutkm of U > it would not !. ou-n( l."aters fir slucl
jinnlvlt-lui rr
.' ;ht. Sw U lot E:, sub (lir of n >i 33 2s SOw 10 83 I was generally : I "Yes." said the cl.ilJ. pfJntirj at the i i STOCK FEED f, ; a +

. Lois ::!6 and :! 34 2s 30w 10 413 ]: uniLMoo.l union:: forci!;:uers in Yo- I ins i rll'*w1 to >1o FO bj- the may. poor little t-7IY 1 knot: foil the !balk of Patronize Home Industry, for there 1&I I
2s 30w 31 "IS kiihuua, that Mr. Gi.lle. '!lal! (' r or. Than Sam wrsrt to a Mayor Nl-! every reason yon tboald buy yonr Neal and
7; 33:;
11. Lot the germ old l.nlj'b Lead "and see '
J'ock Frrd 1
from the Homr Maaafacturer,
. ion ft by 213 ft ; i lots 2 and 3, : half iiifc.skHi.ionis:,; i I! its inveitti l1blfr.\1\ son. !I what fOU'.t for it!"-Chicago lt': ('. fur by 80 doing you encourage come indni i I
M. Jackson's plan ( Deed Book T (;iud! '. tiicMKli a roujrb looking I ; .. Atl.>r n
11, page; 436): 51 :2s! SOW ?4 :232 I man \xa rte ard.1 by the forcisa residents requtst to the nllAlhtt'f'S! to remove i o "and rustenng you in tarn the borne are Indirectly manufacturer benefited.Is yon. I t

:..,i.t.< N part of lot 3, M Jackson's Plan, I| of the! j ort UN an lrf">!rv<;t, contsistert t the flu I'I"O1" the place of honnrv Tho i 3om.rlnn:,' to the cause of labor. Yon owe 1

(fDerd Bock :21! pge :210! . 51 2s 30w 113 i] ; minaionury. I U-liwe It was Le Daughters :indignantly! refU8fojfTh&' .I It blob to community oonrrihntnn to IB your watch, : .apport you live and ', t

,i S\ of lot 50, blk 9, Old City of who l.ullt the tint iuK,,ioiury chapel : Slva! ordered the janitor to tear I ''
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I' nsacola .25 03 In Yokohama ami as lot; as it lasted I down. but when Boyd att*'rnp1rd t'! : -

. t :" ', !blk 11, OU City of l'ensa- 1! it was known a* Mioliit's phul'<'h.' lie I I'I II carry out the oiMers the southern v."). Thari7TintnraJs ca evtrr bet of tae 7. raUiative :!!e ,-::. PARKER'S !/

".:'I . . . . . . 20 57 In the hal.'t of tnkiiii long raiu- I j i Rrorr.o : $ ,,1Cl- BALS4M
was I oxen lobe !it-d! the aisles! and cothinsfchort 'I : 'QaaincT-; .
(f n1i., lot 53, blk 12. Old ; >nd "'lUll.11.: Ub.
." 'I Lies in the' coinitrj and (!\\dng a little of armed violence rojjd havecnr.d *" : the rjeJy that emu a t'olIn cue tiny, I i iWe Jfe'y. r+:'i*.y,.e"antn t luau"a.' p.irth.fia'i '. 'I
of Teasacola 5 41 ; % : to Bretore
i rr <* Trfrifw gray
. ;: o: lot 7.2, bifc 12, Old City of : lJ.Jdliu.r i.uires. and. if Ill.wnllr; \ for him the right of May to the I will !:",u']> r your -.{.r-ud* fo- A,:VWiM,>ftM-***...Cui H-.lr.<.to*.t He di.*m-e Youthful. A hal Co.cr.UiliLg.y II
\I'. i.-:icdla C 35 serrt's m(' rightly; h KIve 1 PilnnliQskin fljf Th<> dirwtnrs were unable t 1 '! ::5eentseathaud inknhriui: look / ;-.-:: .1 5? &' allJft **01 ItnirairtfW12KKLY !
!' blii tquitli! i'uuT! In Kawasaki I
1 l": : 1 1..-s south 40ft lot 73. tit 12, to a I d-Tide iiima further proceedings to :i ike 1JW&t1f Laundry. -- tI I1

': '! city of Pensaoola" 2 C2 (on the Tokanlo. Urwi't'iiokokinia remove the flag ant ca Mayor Nel I.son's I. .' "II

",lit! -md eotrepondingwidthto and Tokyo) or in )1'ujihawa to'-'mstruct I personal order the flag was dl- :I I -........ I, HCIIKDUIUK )\, '

lit. +n'encit street lot 246, blk the tr-t jinrikisLa. Th- vehicle Vies I IOWK to remain and the l'onn'ntlol'' The Tonic FOB STEAM DIVISION ;

: Old City of Pensacola . 10 S3 at on<' with tinJapacttse, hut iw>t foi 1! held.James! i vs ,.
va ; Excsle-ncc.! r
300 and of 301 bit among the forviKiHTS. with whom it i iI I I FENS \COLA KljKCIltlC IMIMIHAXKA1LWAY l 1
. .1 i:: it lot w% Arnold, who sere.l in th e ;
;. Old City of Tensacola 2312 I| WitS some time ln'f.iv it bii-ame atop / > 'J. l> / ; f : COMPANY'
'onft-ratp i In Iri..f ; i F
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. V -if lot 330. I blk 21. Old City of I ular iii ':ir.s i>f I'H-i.moti.ni Mr. Code wn.y. spo ,1 i I t I' Uifc' $&Sftfewj I t it ;
i iwas said: : :I I ( Tralni leave P"nhacola tor the LlDII "
rnacola 15 :3J ." i'
I unult'ri"1I1 citizen
1 S..5: M I
"Th"fL; Tt sentiment r'onnrt.twith .. Bayou, Big I'.ajrou, Wurrlugton, N vi Yr r
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front by loo ft se cor lot I
'Z'! : aDd tort t> rrincas at ,
< blk 1. IXWdteon Tract, Old I TuUltR lllia at Ilii ,\\'cpl.I that fla*. It i is simply! a nu- 'i "' ; 'i

I ty of Pensa'-ola S 51 Joseph Jcflcrs! in his biography mento ci" the four yea rs' stniKL': '. I I \ ,'W'Hfflaiias: 10.no' 'II'a.D\.arrveat&.m.arrive at Fort tort Harrancan Barrancaa ?::16am..m V ,i }t

. ,, 470, west side of Spring I relates what w'a> I'I'oLuUtht'laJ: jest The-t Fort harranoai lOpo> I t ;' ,

street Old City of Pensacola. 1183: of Artl'1Il1slI'd.. VHn-n the famouswit ; -that "'" all: honor and rwff I.
I'> \ : 'rV32:: ft of e 60 ft. by 123 ft, Arpentlot lay ilylug in Southampton! : te \,as W are" all loyal to that flag and non ; '- ;t Sp".ent... \ for I I'SOOp.m.arrtveuIFortBarrancae 8:46 p.11I .
4 C2;:!. Old City! of Pcnsacola. 5 41 Traioi leave Fort Barrancu/or Fenia j 41
that the 1 la.1li> -r.tlemPn]
attemhil bj his: devoted frknvl Tom mf np so ;s ar;< \'VaIariaanrJTyphoid/ 1
of -U of lot Old of I oolaat I
".S40 ft ( K. City ..
I IloU-rtson.!' the author of -Tastf.. who I you tea aFsemhlc I mtnday.. PreIder.t -- + 'Ij
Pensacola 2551 Colds! Influenza, Ac. 1llIa: m. arrive at Ontacola .m_. $:UU k. a j
. Lots 6 and 7, Llk! 8, Belmont j I was ulao a friend of Jefferson. MoKicley attT.Anl! our reunion I.. t .. ,'. x w I j:: ii:Ie0) p. m arrive at 1'ensaoola..__llti p,. i
I "Jtisst l Io'f..re"ar lcath.' writes and wore our t"'I..Ioat ;Maeon. Ga." ::0.." 1 I ::0..1 1:00< p. m. arrive at Pensaoola__ !::1S p.rs r 1
of 7 27
Pensacola..
Tract. City ... bash p m arrive at Peneacola .....-. 1:44 p oi t ;
-.East' 30 ft of west -Ii\! ft of lots i I Mr. Jefferson, "Itoln'rTvou i' mro l out I American flaw, had ( con&pictious positions I 1:00 p. m. arrive at Peneacola._._ I.t6 p. j I

21 to :23.!: blk 2S. Belmont Tract : Son!(> lt.J'int: ill a lass at eithf"- end of the stA P. ----- '8U5 p. m.arrive atl'eneaeoliFSO B.. r \
!! 'SatardaytonlyyAai .
City of Pensacola . . . 5 'a I it to his friend. I -. ..r I '
.W17% ft of lots 21 to 2."., and all of | ""':m} wild: I In e Clone Place."How I I poa WEEK: DATB.Pcniaoola : !

lot 26. bk! 2S: Uel't.\ Tr, City of 'My dear Tom I (:IIl't take that I
Pensacola 7 57 i dreadful tuff' I your income, Itriggs; l>ou't you feel i If You HaveRheumatism II Penuoolitoalmettofieachandretpra1k PenacolatoNavy Yard and return_ Uf ';I

. Lots 22 to 26, blk 39: Belmont I tome. I-MUO.' said iro'wrtson, tirB- crampi'dV"

Tract. Cit of Pensatola. 911 i lag him to valnw\ tee IltIlSCOUi: I1ru;;. I! 'rauiixHl, did you sac? Why, I "ft ,_ I I I !SfNOAT ICUEDDDI.I .. ,

.. Lot 1. blk 41). Belmont Tract. City .. TbowC-5 a cad f<'ll, now, for I have got to fo out and borrow !-lo every ,, open xv'bt-u conches.weather penults the racnlng o <' : i I,

of Pensacola 6 33 my sake. You know I wtmia
1 . .Lots 18 and 19, elk 41. Belmont Tr for ,-uu.' Smart Set loa. m. (.
of IVnsaoIa: 21! 2') : I Y'T"L."L1Ioo. :1 11 a. m. U tu. ,
City I 'Would yon:" saMranl.. fefblyFtr ; I 1 p. Ill, 2 p.m, .
!Lots 20 to 2S. MK 43: Belmont
the te t..llU1d p. m ( p.m, .
Ius genet
tchlutf! out his baud to ;;rasp To A't't1MNoA1'R tho-e who are I
of Pensacola 22 18 j i ( ,
1 r. City URICSOL! eo.lursi'd i hformal'.me.ly p.m p m :
} .. . Lot 20, Wk 46. tfflmont Numbering 1 (friend's pt'rhal1f..r the last tiuse. partial to the n-se of atomizer- applying will! cure 1pm p m.Up. !
1! 'l would iu.lo\sl,' said Uobert-san.; I : liquids into the nasal pas \'ou It al.x rurtu Liver Kidney and m. "p.m.
of Pecsacola . . 13 25 30w 2 54
City !' for 'afo.d"tl trotilit" the ladder J.leased. c'lIu"'d by an excess of t p. m. t ,,. m. I J
Then jou take: it. said Ward. sage < propriotors cl' It neverass: and builds t
.Lot 21, blk 46, Belmont: NumberIng uric up f rasa FOalOHDATfeaiaectato 1 !
City of Pensacola . . 19: 23 33w 3 bl "The litllltjri paiMilawdy' a few prepare Cream I jlm. Price, the health and ctrergUi whir using itS art Itirranoai Navy 1
JUT., including the spraying! tub is 7ct... ud stamp for book) of wonderful cer- Tarrt ana ratnrn_____ H( f. I i
i min W4J: ft lots 1 to 4. lilk 73. Belmont hour bottle For tale ,
: Dru !i-ts or by mail. The liquid tificaes Price. Jl per Peciacula lo falroetta Kucij. and ..
Numbering: City of Pen. embodies. the irapdicinil $ b> drUKKi. It your lruKKt ran net ruarn_______ lie j i I
sacola: 23 2s Sffw 10 33 :\"|>..lpon Coot trio !"I\I1nldnc. :''of the solid preparation.properties Cream supply receipt you of price.it will Addrc-s be sent, prepaid upon |I No freight awed alter I:16p.m. j ?'I i iI I

.E30 1 ft lots 1 to 4 blk 73, Belmont i During his exile at Ella Napoleon i r 3lm is quickly ab-nrbfil by the !

Numbering, City of Pensacola:! 23 SOw 5 41 .. relatetl that one tlay his mother's membrane and doe not dry up the i Urlcsol Chemical Co., Los AnoelesCal ----- -

1 .a Clinch. Lot 1 blk SO, Belmont No., City: mother was hobbling aloni;; the ttn-et: : "recretiom but ctiaii -e- then to a or the I The Beer r

of Fensacola. 28 2s! 20w 1 87 ;, in Ajao-Io; Cornea an.1..that 1 h* and natural HIK! In-ilthy eharaeter. Ely t .{' ;

: linmas, .Lot 10, blk 83: Belmont No., City of his sister Pauline fallowed the old ISmtlierVurren i St. N. Y. L. N. Brnnswi & Cr". New Orleans. Lad I

Pensacola . . . . 19 23 20w 4 43 Ther : !I That Made II
lady and mimicked lur. irrindBiotlur A : .. I J
i +n. I L\ man .Lots 11, 12 and i0:. hilt 89, Belmont hapt-enins U turn, cnuuhttin Distributing Agents. ,
No., City of Ponsa'-ola. 19 2s SOw 10 03 t rwA bes mo..
in in the Int. She complained t"
Pol+ :ns..Lot_ 5, blK'tJ, : Belmont No., City ofprnt.i.iU CAS'.ORIAFCI MANN F4M
Mine Letitia. l"aHhne was atlII 19 2a SOw: 150
inkerl" and .f. Infanta and Children.
: Nnjinlciiiiwln
"si : imposed (
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!IFfAgt.; In 1 1.!. !Ilk 127, 3-tamnt No., City
<..f l'"'nsaeoIa . 13 2s SOW 91 was out in regimental *x>n4U n't the Kind You Have !
be handled.: His mother loi..J*'IJ h< Always BongM ISVICTORIA- r
R
't'm Lot :2';. Mk 128: !meant No., City .
en !'' n-l&'tola . . 19 2s 30w ;2 62 time Nes.t day wlirn Lea him .WI.if. Bears thoC'.unre HARPERWHISIY CM r i

. Ml rf !tIk'.83!I : !n.ll1l"lIt' N'o. City his piiard, she erlei!: "cJnidll'o;: : ] // !

i+if nsacola . 19 2s 30w 3 Si Lent! You are invited to dhirwlfti tli\ of e

\ v. L't n MkJoS: !B"' : '::t No, City governor:" -lie rom tgte til's( P'KMUehanjre <" .. -- r \ !"E BY ACME ItUKWIXU CO. 1 f I *i

.it,t i iviwaeola, . 19 2s COw 34nors his clothing.: f'Lc pile! -Hy *fol- ---=-=- -=--'= --- -':- BI..... !' 10-f'K.\T: )UTfl.am.au: ii i

"'\ I I. 't "-' Wk J3S: II :'n "nt No Cityf towed anti when she iitlzed
f era"t'la! . . .19 :2s! 30w 317 rojr time! had came rushed into tin BEST FOR THEBOVElS .' "i e.) I.A I.
LI':7al'l: :2S ', '. 1'. :' Bilmont.N rooiiu seized her uudrrssedhe licrnbfor> BROS. a .

i ('.tv of I -in: 19 2s SOW 2 24 him Io\rn', .
her
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gnt'ssed l'i"
purpose t .I-M'S FOR TUB l'EI.F. RATP.D: LI ? J
I 1.'s 1 : to 1", '. 1-.;, lULmontXo.rnyofl r.iY'
the maternal Icn.-t' end: helaliored+ him .
. . 20w 221 I I. W.
-:I'( la. 26 2s earnestly with! the flat of l-r h->nd!. Earner Whiskey. J
::.rs 7 M t.i 1 i173: ': .::-t.t! :No City: .. \ t1. tr f fYI 'I
if .0""h ,n H..u"e-.JJ! K I'alafox
T street.
OJ:' ]1-.':>i.ola! . 26 2s 30w 1 31 : I i
I i ( I
Ancient S-k> ..erni-r.. .,'. : .
,.: 't t l lilt t>, bI.I city! of PensaM.'I ,>. < to 4 It ii Kxfia'ure: ..p. Union Depot, t.)
Xnmnrous ulJiet1nx cbttautres 1 bftMlieeri "- 11 i it ,, l l1lr 'fii! P. o. Box 2S1. Pensacola Fla. I
19 2s 30w 44? i J 'I W' u """ J : t
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made) of the ln'ix'it;'! vf- ibv tow orftf tl< i I'l.oues/ 11GPROFESSIONAL i
-: .h. t
. N II l and 12, 'Iti! >. 1t;1, City of ,. T j, ;
CANDY II \\:; t ,
HaN-1 but tact bi- I I" fiW
'. one never > e.'II ; 'II-:".. .
l'.n-a< >}la 19 2 s 30w S 21In. -- -
t1t'nroIud! that i ith.it; it Wtlo: .1 ,'<: tl CATHARTIC :I. I:'I f'- m 1
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l'.k {:, "f i i Pin-atcla. 19 2s SOW 321 r .tip .rte ',: .
.iAi i- = :
'tnl'and l l serafK'r. St. Jerome in Its r' ii" "n ntary ,; 1 I
L 4 : !i n :::'i+ it of lot 3, u= .. _, ;
Ink -'"-. City M 1''t] :'-,lo, 1923 SOw 12 87 on isniuh: says that tin* tou,'( I

\ : l.G! : "i I \\M: 1" t t"blk 33. was Blrii'iOl.tufj J tnhr3-btr; ; ayjlln Scientifically Distilled, W. C. ROWE, M. D.

( '::1\' oi! P"ns.i 1.1: 19 2s 20w 635: tend cnnic down t., ap :t;nnrik. Apace
OHifc: 17 S' S. "alar')):.
Lot :.:1! .\mU\ f. l left 25. blk 33. i* alwitit two ais '?te-lMlf f.'," Naturally Aged
L.tv of Pnnsora:: 19 2s SOw G 33: tl1f>rtonret.)1' ) pr.n''*:nmfeot +t lie 'll/Jt) e II ou" from III !<:.cia. m. and 1 to 3 p, man

r.i-.t; M:, ft ot lots 13; to 22, blk 35, : i--ivueiitly) I'.abrt Wi i3 Twenty I II I Absolutely Pure, : : afar o'clock r
XMiorio or:;.
Ctof Pensacola . . 19 2s 50w:: :203 tithes as high :o rti" Nz: n.dSstitwhith EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Bent"' .\11') Sale- tor nil t'ton,

Los 1 s 1'+. 20. and sty of lot 13, blk are only about :>tJCI) feti.. I'.Uher; Cal .t>1--o\ .:.' PtlmitiK, .. m'"nuT ,>t i.i. id jndMriiiup. P.r.ooil 'II
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'T r < i." i W a n iiri| Folale byDannheisser
;'N City: of Pen ,acola . . 19 2a SOw 10 03 met says th> tower was SWVA'feeti ..r Ia .\\ rl.'" 6' trw "'uiltt" and buuklct."<'Q Refrierators--1Vellavea\\ 'i
3 I
\\eM'i! \ !Ir. |
r. ].,>: '. 9. and 10. bik 39, City of i high and that the LniKiiasrs wore confounded CTfKLIV. KEtltPT ronri>T, IlIlu GO or SUf Ti RK. Bros. \ few left which will sell
we ili
because the /irrlrrti'tts were
IViisacola 13 2s SOw .5 03
eoufouuded. as they did i not know Low KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I at cost. Ma rsto n $ fju ina. ill
;''ion .I.t 1 4, b -- .J, City of Pensacola. 19 2s 30w 1 20 t
to bnn the inildm to !Vvad. Moreover -
11. . L(.IIt 5. blk 40. City of Ponsacola. 19 2s SOw 1 20v.i. ; ( ;: :l

.'rs..ot I 13, bIt 41, City of Pensacola. 19 2s SOw 120 it is understood 1haji4i a lr+nese I
language of ti il.iy *ui ts. ,,,,uiW\oiy: l\ : WE WILLCLOSE -{
. Lots 14 and 13 hl41.] City of t
i i same I l.-zaape.; as_the hit: *'r'Priran. '
Pensacola 19 2s SOw 5 03 :
l
.I
NlOrt ft of lot 4 and of w'i of c.vxcKH cna: nr Idol) B\II
lot 5, blk 43, City of Pr>nsao,.,ia 19 2s SOw 6 CO OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODSat # ;:

1 I" N. r .N90 ft of lot C I; and of *>ls of lot ;
5. Mk 4t). City of Peasacela .19 23 SOw: S 21! All Skin and HltHHl I>rsan- Cured.

. N30 ft of lot 6 and of p'Aof lot 5, Mrs.; M. L. Adam, Fredoiia. Ala., and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of } :f "

blk 50, City of Pcnsacola! . 19 2s SOw: 1 C3: took\ Kntauic Blood Balm which effectually I I

1. is..S60 ft of w% of lot 2, )(>ssV 1 ft, cured an eating .o nicer of :I --* Goods-*-+- I :j II"II"Fall

51, City of P nsa'ola. . 19 2s SOw 221 the: no:o and face. The sores healedup I ; ,

i lL! .N30 ft lot 3. and of wU of lot 2. perfectly. Many doctors had I r

blk 51, City of Pensacola. j.. 19 2s Sflw 1 G3 : !given up her case as hopeless, hundreds 23 doz Men's Laundried i'hirt5.! 68 pair Ladies'Spring HE'E'll'5hofos, Oet your boys ready for school.

,\ :! S30 lot 4. and of \v> of lot 5, blk of cages of cancer eating 1 regular Jl, to close at 75c. regular/ $1 goods, to c1o-quick at hoc I We carry a full lineof JJoys'Buits.

31; City of Pensacola. . . 13: 2s :SOw :Z 54
. S30;; ft of n 73;; of lot 1. and of ('': ,have lean cared by Ulool Balm. shirts, regular jcl; to close at 53c.w pair Lidies' Low Cut Slippers! I to close at Toe suit. I
lot 2. blk !34. City: of Pensacola. 19 23 30w C 33: Among others, Sir[ *. K. :M. Gueruey, I regular $1.25 goods, to close at Jl 05 67 Boy! Wool Suits, regular price '
. Lot 3. blk 53 City of Pensacola. 1925 30511 Warrior :Stand: Ala. Her no=c and Ii! 57 doz Men' Colored Laundried pair. I 11.50and U.i:;, to close at $1.15 suit.
beef, with offensivedischarge Shirts regular 502: good*, to close, at 120 ROYb' All-Wool Suits
1 i':-.''n Lot 6 and e'- l lot 5, blk 56, City lip were raw as regular
; from the (.*tin($ ore." 3oc ; these goods; should g in 21 6S pair :Men's Low Cut Hhoe, regular price t2.(>0 to '3.(1), to close at 11.60
of Pensacola 19 :23! SOw: 541 I
Doctors advised cutting, but it hours. J1.50 goods, to close at u'1).! and fiW suit i )
. X70 ft lots 1 and 2, blk 57, Cityof r
faiUd. Blood IJilm healed the I We carry the largest line of
: I 20 doz Men's French Neck halbri- Boye'Pants
Pensacola: 19: 2s 30w 4 4S
"' ;sores and Mrs. Guerney is as Undershirts at 2Uc regular 25c.! pair.We carried by any house in the i -i R
,
''try .. S30 ft of n 7u ft of lot 4 and of Botanic Blood Balm pan carry the largest line of Boys'Shoes
well
a: ever.
wii lot 5, ilk 58, City of I'( isa- also cures eczema itching Lumors. goods. of any houe in Pensacola. city.All of our Ladles' and MIssea' i

cola 19 2s SOw 1 iO scabs aud !scales bone pains, ulcers 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbri-- Bring your boys to us, we can lit drop-stitched 25c hose, to close ai20c.

1 . Lot :3. blk 73, City of Pensacola. 19 2s 30w 3 SO offensive, pimples, blood poison, carbuncles gan Undershirts, at SOc, regular 43c, them in any size. pair. r

"n. . Lot 2. blk 81. Citv of Pensacola .19 2s 30w lOt scrofula, rising rod bumps sold by others at 50c. We have ]Jut received a full line WJ doz Misses' nil seamless! hose..

. Lot S and s>i of lot 9, blk 100. ; on the !skin and all bl od troubles. I All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck bkirts. We will j to close at 60c dot, or 4 pair for 25c.

City of Pensacola 19 2s 30w 4 48 ':, DrufT! '?ts, $I per large bottle. close at 75 cents. I close at We for your choice. !Home: I 75 doz Men's Seamless! half hose, }

:'oniery..Lct 22:!:!, hlkU.:;. Car of PensacoJa: 19: 2s SOw 64 t Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free 72 Pair Ladies' Fpnrg Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. j regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair.

.y . Lots 1 to 10. lilt 106, City of Pen !;i and prepaid by writing Blood Balm I|, Cut Slippers, 2,12 to 7, regular $I I We carry a full line of Skirts.: I| We have Just received a full Hat I

sacola 19 2s SOw 3 82 i i Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. I of Ladies' Kid Gloves in all shades

'1'0.' . Lots 33 and 34, ilk, 127: City of and special medical advice gent in :: I
Pensacola 19 2s SOw 3 S4 sealed letter. It is eeminly worthwhile : Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we frill have Room,

!y . .Lots 8, 9. and 10, bit 123, City of j investigating: such a remark-

Pensacola . ., .19 2s 30w 44S ; able remedy, as!' Blood Balm cures : F. E. BRKWNER'S
: .t''l 1. . ..Lot 3 and n% of lot :2!, Llk .1S_, 1 the most awful worst and most ;
| blood diseases.!
deep-seated t105) SOUTH PALAFOX 8TKEET.sgg<@{ j ; .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10,1902




A FALL A HEAVY Pills act directly on the ,i AN t'NPARALLED- KH: : : =-


liver; cure constipation

I II I I SAILING LIST I yeT' biliousness, sick-head

Kltered at thti Post Office at Pensacola '
fl*., iecond-cla. matter FESTIVAL I ache, indigestion.. Iyer, tcaut .1 100 %

OFFICE :-FiU'. Building ill'i South I
FftlAtox: street, op-stairs I I
II !
I -- TWENTY-TWO VESSELS TO BE I .


THE HEWS PUBLISHINC CO. : SIX DAYS ENTERTAINMENT PRO : DESPATCHED BY CUlF '!| Judge John 'McRae Is Dead. Diaz Orders Out Army.

I i McRac (}a.. Oct. !4.-Judg-- John Laredo Tex. Oa .Captain T. W During Aufc'u-t FVF1.I: ,\

Terms: Invariably in Advance. VIDED BY THE CARNIVAL TRANSIT COMPANY. i i; McRae. one of the most: protrineut! Dodd attorney for the National Railway : the death claim-Jptid: .:. _
.. .. >
f..I
Year Mail
Oat by I citizens of Montgomery: couat> fi:'-i at of Mexico is authority for tho I State and Canada tn
Ala Konthl" ... 2 Su I : j ji
I his home at Alamo 'PStE'roay. Hn statement that the Mexican .
i
COMMITTEE. government ble
One Week,by Carrier Payable. Monday lu Life"A--urm, .
I was over fil years oW a man loved. has taken entire charge of theroad tf
Twenty-two vessels will be loadedat paid within one CIa .ft. ; .
I honored and respected; was; reprfsea from lAredo to Mexico It isreported I '
TELEPHONE NO. 118. Pensacola for different proof.
points by his number/ otI i
tative from county that President D.ahas .->rout -

Advertising Rates Furnished Application I Six days of entertainment will be the Gulf Transit Company within I times; represented his district in the derwf the army to preserve order ,: .Littlduring iii 'p!'" "

I provided for Pen acola people aud I I the next five week. Tnis includes I i senate often and held many other o*. and facil'tatf! the movement of trams > t-ar h.i- .J tinJj:" ..... 4"1! .
I resident of I flees of honor. He was a matter Mason l IadClw HS"" ,
surrounding
country two barges, the Ajax and Trojan: to "
I I i and a very influential member of Postoff.ce In Tennessee Roobed.

ufv ON 5 next month, the show beginning on ., Galve-tou.: j that order i Nashville, Tean. Oct 9.-A special This excel-; tl." :> ",

/ I IPENSAOOLA November 17 and closing on the :i I, The list ail issued: : this morning I j jI II from Jefferson City to The Banner :j great record I [lit !,,t7 i \

2'nd.! I"I shows there will be three vessels to !I General Strike In Switzerland. { says the postoffice was broken into been approached best: :':_
London. jct 9-A dispatch to a and robh d tact night of about $::00 in pany.
OCT ) 0 1902 \! The arrangement was made after
,
i I Liverpool, one each to Antwerp, i) news agency from Geneva SAIU :', money!>l $2(5 worth of stamps Th" I, "
i
; .-- j I I.j j :a serious consideration by the board j i I Hamburg, Leghorn, DnnkirkHavre, land, today anrounces that the workmen's !' door of the safe wa blown! off and an j'THE 9irungeei in tin \\

.j ARK you going to see; the state '1 -of directors of the Carnival Association : national committee has dxreMa entry was effected by breaking down ECJlITABLr I .Iii I \ _
Fair? l Bremen ; two to Venice, two to Ge- i! general strike through Swtz'rlan.1 the back door of the postofSte I m.i ANCEi i !
at a held '
meeting 'esterday'afternooll. j no.i, three to Galveston and five to I
-- -- -- j In sympathy with the general strik. 01 TIlt! t :Mi 1 H.

THOSE who can afford to buy coil j.I i Tampico.; All the Tampico vessel |: of street car emploj here. Trooos .NOTHING: M> GOOD I -._._..._.
now must have money to burn. The one absorbing feature of the j are held In readiness: to deal with any i
;
H_ __.__ will be loaded during this month. j i for all liver trouble there: i i-; nothing
j 'carnival Ii-t February was thestrett I disorder : so good and helpful as JIEPAflCUKA. KXOWLES3ti9 BUlk .
IT ii tru-t meet tru-t, when Mark |!! The steamship Esther is li-ted to ;, becau-e: it cures without pro-

Hauna and Tum. John:?:on clash. arms, '' fair. While the rroduction of such i, arrive at this port on October 20 ]i, Large Magazine Explodes. duciu:; any bud effects' arno.t medicine1 General 1 tr.'

called out some ill comment there Oriumbiis Ga.. Oft M.-The maearine ; do. Hf-patcura H a substitute S. Palafox S-t !1'1-. \
drKiKKS and rumors: of strikes i with rails from Aut* E'rp. for calomel and much better
: of the Catawba Power company'splant !'
Have uo depressing eIIect on Atlanta.It : were thousands of people who en- i, One of the vessels put in the Gal-: j I the Caun'ia ri..r.Ii nriffIr than that drug because it has none -----
on ..
of it* bad eff ctMr -.
.
i i- a good time at the joyed the harmless diversion immensely -: Out of If'act. t
hiving:
bu-y ve-ton coal trade i- the Dorothy
t uuter-tate fair. and there wa- really. no now at the navy yard. This steamer :. light yesterday morning It 1'OntaiClf"1 -ay-B"thmy-elf and.my friend TVlien death!, -. ....

hoses of The Mr. Hodu from a -evere ',.",
ground for strenuous many dynamte. eau are erectly plead with -
y TH E a "i istantseeretarvofthenavy great objec- 1:! brcurnt down a load of coal from ; of the explosion "= unknown Tf'. the effect of HEPATKTIiA and I trouble, that/ 1 !b.I,1 "'

eta will -non come to Pen ; Norfolk for the government's con- town of Rix-k! Hill way shaken as b. yearwrite- p. \|1"

our navy yard. We will! have'' for will not be akin to those of the ;,I sumption. The Penacoli habeen an eanhqu'ike.0 one wao feilltr nn it a- being I ever the saw finest. its action LI\I-K: uEtil-mild C. "Dr. King's :\ .... !

a Darling with 113 then. street fair, but will be far better and i 1: placed on the Tampico line. and she ---- and pleasant and entirely free from my life and :; .Ve nBts' .' '

THE NEws told six months much more entertaining. They are i NASA!. CTARHI quickly yield- griping or any of the "''Ickdr.ill : -f- pill on earn) .
# you | ia again due for cargo on October to treatment by Ely'Cream li lm. fects of calomel, yet it doe the workas W. .
A Aieirber,
a;:o ti.at bit; Havana dry dock wa under the supervision of the Cinciu- 1 21st. which I.* agreeably aromatic. It i* thoroughly ait could be done! by !

k" coming here and it iWith the nati: Carnival Company and are of a frceived thrnu'h'the notriU.cleans i 1 any medicine It has without doubt rtouth Pilafr: -:: :
biggest dry dock m the world wes I The Saltwell has: :arrived from Progresso and heal the wholeurface: saved lilt from my usual summer at
nature to please as well as entertain. ,'. over which it di fu-..- u->-f.| A remedy tack of biliousness. Sold by alldruggists
will need that brewery badly. ;: with n cargo of sisal hemp.
Two : for naatl tatiirn which i* dry- STEAMER LIKE SCK; :
-- representative- of the company .
$ This i- a valuable article of import fag or e'SCItm:; t., tf.e dl-e,l-ed lllem
\Vn\i hai become of the Hon J.
have been quietly working up : brane -nouid not be Ujf-d Cre: nj
and is checked by customs inspectors : lit'DWEIcER.-
; M. Bur democraticprinciple- :
: the project of having their :haws Balm is recognized aa apeciflc Setwren I'en-ai fl.i, a i,,1\\ \I
l l or,;:uiiied a big naval stores trust with a jealous partiality and Price 50 centat dru_;;i-ts or by mail : Mr-. Bower- invites the public: to .. .
( Hun ".il F
I< 7 b and immediately: bougnt a block of i seen here. They closed a contract'',: every particle is to be accounted for. A cold in the head immediately: dis- '1 call andee f I.tor di-play of pattetnlist : ) \ pi

valuable Jacksonville real estate, with the Carnival A-sociation at the i, appears when cream b elm n used: : -. She i':t. a wellelected .-ti ek "CITY OF 'i Atill'1
: It will be handled throuh: Pensa- };ly Brothers, 56 Warren street, New
+ lust as naturally", aa: republican dirtctoril'lDeetJtl; late yesterday York j] Imu.t: !nw a York 11 tit.more and1"t.1.I Milton .f, Hiii I i tir
s 4 would. cola, and as it dutiable, will swell __ _n ___ __ Pn'i.o!..,smt, 'r','
afternoon and since this : .
a contract Far.stlbw. .
-- -
import chares the custom house.: BrDW RISER.

THE bituminous coal strike in has been signed they purpose:: togne '' -- -- -
r4 1 he Tampico coal trade has: been'very i
Alabama is anal growing;;. P.ecau-e'' Penacoluns, "the best they have in :,\ Try Big Pen: =acU smoking to- JEWELER IN HIS EVERYBODY
'! active of late and certainly LOOKS
would
a lew linkers not cou-eut to bacco.:

4i pay the aemeu of one dollar a 1 the shop as one of them said. 'j shows no suns; of abating; in activi- !''MILLINERY- ;: NEW STAND FORi THE BfSIH..rt

Altogether there will be 24 OPENING
put on '
I / week for the btntfit ol the anthra ty The fine vessel regularly en-

cite strikeraud the -olt coal operators shows, all of which will be, it u
I paired now are the Clinton :.1ltweII; AT THE BIC STORE .
4 I have moved jewelrvtore ti : it is. Call 1.
relu-td to withhold the tuuut'y' mv
of :
promised, a high moral nature
k : Pen acola. Glanton and Chatton. 120 South Pal ift,,., formerly occupied Creary They: are d..n,.
without the con-entof the dHati
s Eight of these will bu free, and for !Saturday :Monday and liif-dty. by) 111-- & C.o.. and am n\\ work that can be turn*. iprepared
fled mintr-, over B.ouo men are now than to do h
the others a small price will be Hifc Lite In IVril. Oct. II, H: and II t'tterprepared ev-r to ei7ttreat allY .
ou a "tnktC14USill" tio,;!' to the autiiracite : bat .iin- in diamond, watches They put on India rutbeit .
r miners of more than $t> uu I charged. A portion of this will go t" "I juecmed to have gono all to <:it'm Ji'H\-"N! tt -UNHl'DWFISER jewelretc.. Call and see me auc : on the market I'. '
jet !tit C'II"iIlCt''oU.. a- they hav a full i 1.
pie-e-"wrtte-Alfred Ike of W -
per week the as-ociatioii, and the merchants : .
J:1. S1EPHENH.! tire* in stuck.
'hrtTtx.., blholl-;.*--" and a lame
t I r .jratifyiiijj;: to know Bays the will reap a good share of patronage back had, in tde tife a bin den. I Due 1 your buggy :.. I
uldu't eat or sleep and felt almost Cleaning ladies skirts and waists! log: They can wake i: :
i! q M. Aur'u-tine; Kecord, that Florida : from the thou-and- visitors wi.o ...0 worn out to work when: I bt-smi Carolina Portland : I U one of e-r specialties star LanD Their prices, too ;u., r ..

t JOULJ; man has been Humiliated to will be attracted from neighboring; tu u"e Electric HittBrs,but they worked 1-y tiipy have ample CAit i:

I :succeed the late Amos J. Cummings I counties wonderNo*- I sleep| like a top a flrat-claas carnat; t lill.! ,.' ,
Florida
ia and Alabama.
:
from the eleventh coturts-ioual! l district ; can eat: anything, have gained: ii. Try one of our celebrated repairing bUillIlt'u 1 "

of New York. Mr. Cumnui:<;- : Unlike the shows in the recentstreet strength and enjoy t hud work" Cement Co.BIR1IINGHAM II. $ S. Felt Mattresses. call Scales on them.repaired

a was a con-taut vi-itor aud great : fair, the advertising and promoting life fhey to) give weak vigorouheilth; -ickl\'. run-down' and pe-now>- They never pack or groirlumpy. FPItiFI't\\ ( f \ f.

{1#; friend' oj ttiiatate.. ;Mr. Swauu: of next mouth attractions ple. 1'rj uieiu! ( luly.Vju( atV. A. ALA. Better than a fair Phone 57.MEAT EI-lli.IJ r ; f'

1 who was nominated: by te: democratic will devolve upon the proprietors of I Palafuxtit U'\II'Ulh..rtt.-. :; -tHe 1 IYI: 1 't&it1! mat!1'iws, at half the price.

party in aure democratic the show- and not upon the a,:,>ocia- noel-fiii! : Hirh.(Jri (e- American JIarsion <5' <}uina.
district is me sou of :Mr. Hamuel A. '' & MALI .i- i ru: "

1 iiwauu. Itlt vU and active resident'' tion This will have the ociatlnn GEN. LAMAR'SAPPOINTMENTS (ierul'ln Portland..rattan CVment," German ii<-rlllltIt.Portland nl"DWEIoEIt: dietetic value. U I L:\i'. r.. n '

',I of Fernandin free from a heavy expense and a Cement King;; >. Y. Calcined pleasant to take it !1.-l l[ -

a teat de'll of Pla-ter, Ito*etldale Cement, kept at The finest line of sterling silver lion (if food. Sold byDANN1IEIrl
; worry.
al= 'I HE good roads movement l>a- reCt'I't'l1 I Norfolk. Portsmouth. Charle-tou, roods and silver uoveltie, is to be I 1 I.
17fit The will be made I savannah.Jack-onville. 'pl1i'1colt
to ,
proposition :
an unfortunate; set back in i I : f JUlJd at J. I. htephens'. Prices to
:Mobile. New Orlean-. Ualvestou.Wealo I
the railroad company to have special al.
please
Majg make ;shipment-direct from
Hon. W. 'I FINE STATIONERY.
li
Lamar democratic
lone granting an injunction rertram- trains each day) arriving! early in the Millwherever we get eapp-t
nominee tor Congress for the third 1 freight rate :"M,le -"OW'* agents for"Alabuiu' BfmVKIEUTon : .
,. lug the sate of HiJU.uVJ county) build afternoon and returning after the "
and ;out.iern Cro--
i .I for building county roidWith ,' performance are over This train i congressional district together; with Brand," Portland l'fUl..ut.fa"nn- can get your house ('. V. Thnmp"":, \

tI: their bvj en for improved roadways!i other ha Hjdriiilit Natural Cement
will !tart from the most advantageous 1 diuiugui-hed speakers will made near BirminghamCorrespondence furnished complete at Mar- Palafox street, :':t- '1-:

hills-.1 I' point on the P. & A. division ''address the voters of the following ton if Quina's oneasy payments new supply > i'Paper.
,,I .
-ti realize the neces-ity tor an increase and run through, piPKing; up pasenger ,I counties at such times and places as Solicited. weekly or monl Illy. -, white him I. :
i Envelopes:! to matfh "*
::1 a + in tLe supreme court service' and -. at all intermediate "stations.!. I mentioned b..loW' viz : also Foreign Mail lat.. -

rJj Dud it to the interest of the county' hould the railroad company feel Ii i Uhipley. Tuesday (night. Oct. H.I .FRESH[ ROASTED COFFEE.: velopeto mauh i J.r.
... .
.
; I t > vote for the amendment to in. disposed to grant a low and rea?onai !I VernouWedue-day (noon i, Oct.I;;. Penholders Blinkh .

crease the number of justices on the ,i DeFuniak etc. always h t I
i on : !
beucii ble rate there is no di*pntin the fact i springs, Thursday REMEMBER, TL ARE THE ONLY: : ROASTERS IN; WEST FLORIDA.
supreme Phone! 2H:
& i that hundreds of people will daily (noon), October lit I TilE }'II:1.I1: ( IS I\MTK1 lit FV \MI.Nfc Ol'K PiNT
$ THK SEws clips the following : i
Wetville Friday noon >, Oct. 17. !
the special to come here Latest modern
a patronize improvement-elpctncity etc To introduce aiiie, we
the Madison New ,,' .
from Enterprise i '
and "see the circus." J: Milton Saturday; noon i, Oct. It,. make the followingacrifices : With one pound of the following Blend, OLa.t3TOnt., .: <
4 "It is always plea-lire to note the we will frivp- Bar.he! ; K

rise, of former citizens and The idea of a festival several I Joss HEEL, CbairmAu.R. : Bgtitua
epecialJy -
/
NAT. .qlt.tanilanlranulatwttugaror.' ... . ..SI OOM a r
WAU.ER.1ecretary..
f ; b so wl.eu: We know that the citizen mouths: previous to the Mardi Grasi I -- ,
n worthy) ..f the promotion which I celebration "ulgl'.te:1' : and con'tracted I A \\oril lo Ira, -ler+. (.ndm'a 15'riirf. JMT pouiul.. ... U' Ik

r comes to him. Within the pat few : The uuiJent KlomJjkf. II'T p iiuiil..._ I5c I
I r ( for in the hope of allowing; excitement to avel- Ai
oI "er di\. a former citizen Madi-on I : in;; and change of food and vu'..ri 1t: 1\'llll'lJ IN TIU.: C.KOCM IIM: AT Piaci.-i m.\r HI''Y \-AAAAAAAA..r.

county bas been the n uiient of a merchant to reap a benefit and to :i often bang on diarrhoea, and f.>. "OMI'hllTION.Jas. : .
I this reason no OllP"IJOuIJ leave home NOTiCID \ I
HAVE YOU
dMiugui'htd honor at the hand- of put the association on a good working
| without a bottle of Chamberlain McHugh Prop. New Orleans Grocer
; thto go\eruor of Florida, and m coin- :, ba-i*. While tnere is no doubt Colic Cholera and Diarrnoea Rein : 4

J s mou with hiuiau}' fiieiul m tin- but that the carnival will be an un- I edy. Fur ale by :all druggitand "llonp (1)J<; arid 10 W IiitrniltMirU. WHAT IS MISSED' HIRE } I

I county) we tender to him our bit medicine dealer: .
i; qualifieducces-. still there exists a ,
wt*hey: and coUkTatulite: sue pEople' MEUX'S Ivv'Vv"V'VVVY. Y

I. 4 4t of E-cui: .bia county) upon their good i remote probability of coming out STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ / --- i!

xr fortune in curing a* a part of the : short and to preclude tun. the fall I it t
kol j({ All kinds chair 1rocking of

w::4 I l' judicial and tate organization-o well tuted of and the COlli'l'leU'tiOll county festival Within has a few been days eii at'd.a;promoter will I Will make, Point reijulir 11'a trip-iiit. .h n.*weepPensacola and (; il ; Vi j t chair at M 'ir* ,'.rr: f l

ti '. a i;ntlemau. N\e refer of Freeport. Leave Bajleu street Quina's.. Prr'ea'i' ', r- I
arrive and begin at once to wcrk
j course to the appointment of Hen. up wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. .nd ar'l SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING AND LITERATURE\ low. I

Its E. D. Begs: who has but recently : what promises to be one of the most'l rive at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. ----- --- ,

Wen appointed to the dijuili; aud i' attractive of street festival. :* Leave Freeport Tuesday; at 6 t. m. and for
prepares young: men women e-tabii-hed in eonrecti.u with'
t ref in-trncii II Hotel I
i CamdenS
u ri criminal court of K-cambia: county. un'-1: :rt.)alach aud Liver Tablets at j Fare round trip ?:>: one way *?., :good po=ition- for it- tudentend: : by mall read for catalogue: : term>,

Mr. Beggs ii natneof adi.ou. In i any) drug -tore. They are eay to Tims. CuM'ov Capt,,iu.i for handsomely illu-trated iataetc. Addreloue. -* i
C. U.ftn": Peusaoola Fla. ( .1)I 1)1N, \1.\1\\1\ i
this town he wa reared until he.f9 i'I take and more plea-ant in elfectthan i I holm i ,
I pill. Their u-e i-l not followed by I
reached man's: e-tate.: At one time. i I Is Now Open to the Pubi.r.
I often the .
.constipation as i- ca-e: America's t-niuoun Il au IP*
k1 and for a number years, he edged with pillRegular size. 2oc. ,
per; |: Look with horror on skin Fr-. .itioc F. B. BRUCE
-4 1 with nrirkfdibility a uew-paper box. All druggitand medicine
Bl.teb"re: *, PiMiples. Tf vdon'thave ; ,
MRs's'MIMS.\\
tiz here, but afterwardquitted journalim I dealer: ___ .. __ : them, nor will any' '.-j who : :
f for the prof f"ion of the: law. In u-e*l Bucklen Arnica Si .e. It '
the latter he ha- achieved di-tnu- Mrs. Rowers habeen fortunate in nl'Tiries the face. KCZTII: .r S alt I h i ib
:' ( tion, being known throughout! the securing Miss Emma t-cutt of St. Rlieum vani-n: before i r U cure: kipni; Sptip;; ; a d ii'skli; I Lip;;;, of Pen=ac': !a F'rd'; ', I I

Louis. an expert de-igner. who hai i ore lip l. chapped hand- nlbldiu-.
?. state aa wi-e and conservative charge of the trimming. lnflllibltfor Pile 2::' ..tV.. A. RATES REASON: .ABU. j

I counselorIn the appointment of D'Alemberte' drug -:" 121! south i Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle Bicycle and ;
Mr. Be.Governor: Jennings !lnbetowed Palafi.x treet. Hy t.e! Day W-t-k It.\r : :

honor a m .*t -- Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. '
au upon After DinnerT Special i 'Tlmunic..tlon Table l'urnl.tJ..d writ,, :: to 1-

worthy and capable gentlemanHonet : of Kcaubdie: No. 15 MarJc-t Atf .rd-.
n*>-lt (ll-'r-i releye: (1.stTr?3I'ter '. 1 Hammond: and Other TypewriterT.vp .writer tuppiieAll Kind- of
honorable, possessedof: deep \.F.and A. 7-30 ,
m.
uiine >r ,r chine :o. heartily! p. Repairing Luck and K"y Fitting. : Solicited
(/.f X Public
w legal leal mu ; and a judicial uuad ti i'r veuion' t:pati u tai'Hood's : Fridi.v.: Oc >. Work in '' Hammerlts- Guns Patronage
l"- to.: A. dF. Visiting J': High-Grade Kept for Rent.JBig Supply of Fresh Shells: .
Judge Begs; will rerltc: credo to PillsSold bretlTPi: -.rc1iallIII: all at Low Prices Fret :rat::.; ;.. K :

j himself and bring additional luster \"I;..d. HAKK !lEES PSV > :, RateMadi. .
Sunday!
16 South
Palafox
ku to the judiciary of londa. ,r everywhere 23 cents. D. C KES-I: M Street. Men



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLURIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 10.1902. '- III

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=- I STRANCER THAN FICTION I. No. 5OO3. J I
ASSAULT ON I
SKIN ; f. C. HORTON Cashier ;
; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. I l
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ELECTRIC GAR!' Remedy the Treatineni Which Troubles Has of UevolulionUrd Stomach ',| AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK :


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TORTURES I The remedy H not heralded liS a I OF PENSACOLA FLA. C

wonderful discovery nor yet a secret j
STRANGE ACTIONS OF UNKNOWN i iI| patent medicine, neitber is claimed Designated Depository of the United States. I

I to cure everything except dyspepsia, j.1 I
MAN LAST NICHT. indigestion and stomach troubles Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept. 15,1902. II
with which nine out of ten suffer. | I
i The remedy is in the form of pleasant ', i From Report to Comptroller.) '

I tasting tablets or lozenges, containing RESOURCES.

Early last night aa assault on a vegetable and fruit essences, 1 Time Loans.. .. .. .. ... ..... .. .... .. .. LIABILITIES. I
pure aseptic pepsin (!government>: : Jite,797.32 Capital Stock .... .... ...... ... ...... .. .. 200.0iX.00
prominent and respectable white' test,) golden seal and diastase. The I Demand Loans ..... ..... .... ... .. .... iXUUb'So Surplus Fund.. .. ... .. .... .... ...... .. .... 10000.00
1er Overdrafts ... .. .... ... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. ....
101..
lady took II tablets are sold by druggists under : Undivided Profits. ... .... .. .. .. .. .... 9,856.23! ] :
place at the corner of the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab I U. 8. Bonds and Premium.... .. .... ...... lS7,171.b7 Circulation.. .... ... .. .. ...... .. .. .... .... 125,000.00 i
Hayne and Wright streets, and the I 1 lets. Many interesting experimentsto Blocks, securites, etc.... ...... ...... ...... 2625.00 Deposits..... ........... ...... ...... ...... 401,624,71 -
test the Furniture and Fixtures. .. ... ... .... ...... 6.71 .4S
,M.. r police are striving to find out who tablets digestive power of OIUart's -I i L R. Stamps. ... ...... .. .... .. .. .. ..... tr.31 it

the bold and the active show that one grain of \1 Caan aud Exchange.. .... ..... .. .. ... .. l 0.jM6H:
man was bring him to j I I principle contained in ,
'!I them i is sufficient to thoroughly digest --- i f
summary justice. : 3000 grains of raw meat, eggs' H..6N,9J $716,480.94 1!
The car upon which the occurrence and other wholesome food. 1
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I took I ;tuart' Tablets do not act upon 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. i is
place was crowded with
past bowels l like after dinner pills and }

senders and was in charge of Conductor cheap cathartics which simply irri- ,
tate and inflame the intestines witn-
Griffin an extra man. It was |loan ut having any effect whatever in

open car, but on account of a digesting food or curing; indigestion. j I
Irritation I' If the stomach can be reeled and '
Distressing I
And every drizzly rain, the curtains were all' asitefl in the work of digestion: it !

01' the Skin and Scalp Instantly down making the interior almost will very POOH recover it- normal'

I vigor, as no organ is ,?o much abused
Relieved by Baths with invisible from the outside. i j and overworked as"; the -tomach.

At the corner of Hayne street on I '1 Ins is the secret, if there n any II

Wrigl.t there Is a sharp curve and secret<;tu.lrt', of the remarkableueie Tablet: .;/ (l G2525'."' '5 '525Z5c'Say252 5 ;' 'fBLANKSCOMFORTS
Dyspepsia: u rfoawdj
: grade. 'fhe trolley frequenly slips : I ptactlcally unknown :a few yearago Knit Underwear I"1.: -- rJ kl !J t,11

fTjtIcury lor and now the m()-t wid.Iknowtl ill r / ID ,. t
from the wire
t I jump when cars of any treatment for -tomach weak-: / ,

are on this spot and particularly 1 'ne-, aU }-. 1 rn I ; ;
O II Thisuccess!:i has: been secured entirely h t
When the wires i'Ii .. Direct from the
are wet. | upon its merit aa, dipare'pure i i!>C Mills. ** :

:I' .. ; :I This; wa the case last night. As' ] and simplt, l>eoau- th"re can ) ,
I be i -tomach trouble if the nod i.- In-- ''ij J 4
anointingsUth CUTlM the car started: to cross the several! : ]promptly digested. \
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A vl The Place
to Them
: Buy at N J
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> :\i i the great skini I railway tracks the trolley jumped Stu-irt'- lJy*ppp-i'i Tabletct! : en "c2rr5'ri'rrrccLL72iSc'Sa',' ; t l F
1 tirely on the food eaten (tlitfe-tinsj it
!- : ; emollients to be 1
:and it was several minutes before it eouiplptely t SII tlru: it can b" asnuilated -- ; ;
.' -t.cre cases, b> me- into blood, nerve and tHur.They .HE SAVES YOU THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.= tif
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of. 1. riCt:!HA R1:.SUL- wa rc e1aced. 'l'he conductor Wflll on : .
cur* dyjpdp-ia' water 1r.I..II.sour
: !' -,, to tool and tleanse the fr"ut end collecting fares when stomach, and bloating after
jr-i-
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a." is the most speedy, mealbecause they fuinjl: I: fie di- Come. Inspect the Offering; Recognize: the Large Values: Realize the Profit. ; ;
I the sudden darkness
;. .;'id economical cure came. U'f'tmpowtr I W till h weakp micl.irk !.- I .

disfiguring it-King, It was then the assault, was made. l Itlll i unless; that lack is -uppliedit BLANKETS.M COMFORTS. MEM'S UMDERV/EAR. : ''ti

i ..ling. scab cri'Stcd is u-ele-* toatteun>t t" cure by theI i t .
The
lady was sitting at the end of a .
amourS, with loss of I I e of "tonics? "pills"xnd" cathartic 4 Gray Cot Ylaukrttm pair ; Half Kterlin;; Comfort70c each 1 Ct-c MM.'> J.ieurer Fleece II'

.; C dI"lundeJ. seat andhe felt someone's hands which power.!! have absolutely tio digestive i 10-4 Fxtrt Heavy Oray) .* I :';) pair 3 HalesRfftrn Comfort iWe I vetch Lined !Shirt :ami Jriwt:r7 c grist J 1 1U

:. "kA t>IIAP. &..i.It,1 1 *iy I ou her but could distinguish; no face. !Stuart's: nr"pP '- : Tabletcm befoHtid I 4 Whitll001 l Hlanktt- Hales Rlut-fit-Id Comforts $1.23; each 1 Case M :'n'-s Jaeppr, Wool i ,
: rl.r&Mrstng.pu.hmy Extra Special pricing. .$ :Y.od pair I'lt'f'c'HIJlh-ilUdDruwH.-, $1 suit2x7S _
.. .... the screamed to the conductor, attracting at all drug -torei and! the rei *- i 4 !
: A (
fr cl.-au.lIIt/ll. p I t3.00alieau(1$1tM>. (11111'1('((' Lin> of (VkliraliUjMim
'. ul ir age of one or two of them after .
b.>lr. .r 't. i.lnij Ladies'and Children's! Knit .
. k { attention from SE\"ullll'u meal, will demon-trite their merit 1'Plid Time California', : \ ri.iKi lloin> Cuiitl'ort-.
h, i
:' : i nd r.>n<{ :'! < .re I
d aDd for I tlemen and who made better than any other arnment. all pure wonl.atanavmvrof I't'c'ial 1'ricinr.
.1. : trriiutiuim. sitting; near
a
I ,t, bath Mud nurrry. .. .. .. . . . .:w percent I Underwear.
grab at the man. He eluded their : lo 4 White, all wool, middleman's : Snow H-ike."'lor'
t.i: So.r."oe. nrTMlrT r !
.. ''i..-<: ...'.,.Ch..h..u.. .xq., MILLINERY OPENING nrofitgl'. into 2x78+ Hnowllake . . . .. 1._.. Ladit-: FleK-e Iin. d Stiirw l dud i j
&ir fot- .
<.l< 1VI.IN.Pans, n..tua. jrra-ip; and rau hurriedly north to .. .. .. .. Drawer. 25c to flLadies1 1 tile garml"m '
.e. veal tut+ your pocket % 0 hl pair "JxS4 Hnowrtake: . . 2UOh4 t
AT THE BIC STORE
Hayue: street losing himself{ in tht'l 11." Standard: Weight, all ".> and CtiiUreii'l'nn Suits ; r.
wool . . . . $ <"> utl* pair .\; Hnow 11 k 250 ttdcto1.oO. ,. ..
'B H. FAIRCHILD, darkness. He was seen to be a white t j Satunlty. Monday and Tuesday', 11-4 Extra Heavy. .. . Too pair 2xfc4 Snow 1 a .t' . :H'HHuowll Infin*.*' :Meriun and Wool Wrappers

man but none who saw him knew I!' and up to .. ? . ..*12uOpair ?lx +t :ike. I11., 15 to .ile garment ., !
u r :i3 o jj a T 33 l'i3r'It: : Oct. 11, M; and 11.I .

hi- name or business I 9i.n: W.M. JOHNSON & Sox. I I i
1C iAif) RT'YIAN.STREET. \
THIS STORE SAVES YOU MONEY: ALL THIS TIME. e
What his intentions is i .f!. .a. & .g. 4 J.
were a matter !
C. r M < j !i/( lshmg Furniture a l
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]Jig IVn, acola: for the pipe cr ci- -
Sr of conjecture, but since tin la- !
I/JI/
garette. ._ .. ___ '
dy'- watch was in plain view it Was ,
n_ 1'lios.ioICtJ.' : thought that he intended to get posse BRAINS AND MONEY. 1 W. J. & B. FORBES. j li,1 i ; I i

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R. K. WHITE Mon of the timepiece and also her !; -- '.
To attiin the amuar YPU' Bu' ; :
: success in : .
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purse, which was attached to he MILLINERY OPENINGAT If ) Them at tIM B"tlOll; hit. HtorThey\ tits Good !
ill"" "ii"il>" MLnntiuturing Jr\\elt r meat field requires not only a keen i r !I
belt. I I I I I"I"i
,inlu.itf l : Oi'ticiaii, I|,; servo of di-cprument in ascertainingi THE BiC STORE I Ii I

A report was made to the police a t ;i; the wants of an exacting: and dn-
W p. r, *', i M rrnmrol*. FU i FALL DAYS Ii.
9U':: 01 clock this tnoraiu >. CrHUillltlllg' public, but the abilityto i Saturday. Monday and Tue.-day $ i- !. I,

i _._ supply; the public with its wants I! .
Oct. II. 13 and 14.
1.- I ik<* tint ta6r+. This and \
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I If you are logins appetite, lyiujt ;, requirebrain money. o3t 1C)I. JOHNSON & Eve.timnkl i j ARE COMING. i
i---t! -'.liiiif .article\ have I The posesion of both these essential -,
awake night, take Hood's :>arsaparil I
write- druggisI. I II iit's the tunic need. requi-ite" !" the intelligent; u-e of Rig i Pen l \1\ I"t I Dr. Kin.eiy .(.* jut you -
,\ lor Oiu-uiiiptinu. the former and the lavish expeuditure i j the mo-t up-to-date. line of l! : !

i 1'1.1-, beiau-it: it .dw. \ of the latter, is what NOTICE OF ELECTION.

.iivix yearof -ulfi 'itI'Uil TWO NIGHTS OFGREAT hi* placed: the A. (j. Field Tn the "h"rIlT) of b-cnmhia: 1'0untY.I'\ah.cl i! Ladies' Gents' and Children Shoes : f.
!I I htvf known t it lireater Minstrels I far beyond hailing KluriUa.l.tt f i
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't i-r- from Throat and It known that I. Ii. Clay Crawford.Hfcrftnry .! t
.-. -, who could get noI FUN di-taucfl of all competitive bhidfr. of ttttv uf the l*tatr of Florida' : : ever seen in our city. C,ill! and see for you+elf. \Ve are uxii.unow: : r ,
do Uerclij give out lev thai HOKXhKU. .
I -door..; or any remedy.:' for popular: flVor.o; :lch ;ouc- : F.I.ECTIer'I I I you our lineTIIN 7 c '

"ii it. bet phv-ician-{ {: ce,.-ive season duds this big how I will! t..> hi-IJ l lu K-icmnlita County, Mutf of I { I (
u.'l R'. .\. D'Alemberte. I|I Ill'IIIl'VH ..thillf'XCf'pt the name, !Horldii. in Tuesday m-xt c.u...e..ding thnh".t .
'1' "if.'Vtreet, sruarantee-i| The Petl-suC'i'la. \; opera hoU-ti will!i ,, ; M'm.liv In ..\.rnl..r. 1. l>. li"'.', the : J
and the IMth year of it* prosperity .ltll1 Tu-ilnv hfinz tin- '
: "" land t. prici-. Trial i I | present a- attraction n"xt1,111- Feil'L'I'H II\Y ( IK \e.KMBKK.: Boston Shoao"4e :
K>..Milar size .'Mc' and' and opi'lanty in exception totde/ For on. H.'pr.'souiatneof the Third e'ongrviioii :
day and Tuesday Hoyt's most successful I I
'I rule. They will app?:H here Oct 1H. '"! I'l'-tricl nf h I .n".ln the 1 t 'ift>- ,
comedies, "A Trip toC'hiua- .lihlnl""IIr"h.. +"r the "I'nitrd iateFor -. ;
,, Neata gone on sale tomorrow. s Br" will open a ';shown," and "A ntransrer m New :, lorida. \.\ (i. 1' -IICiIllt: I'ropiio| : .n. I
For < tiinotrollfr of the M.itiof I'ioruln.
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'"W. lit in connectionry York." 1'' CLOSING NOTICE. j I Koroii" luHtivBcf the I"uvr'm.. Court ofltte Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Paiafox Street. jt.
i; ; on the 15th of Monday matinee and night, "A' i+tate of t onlla. I'
Our will be clued from (C For two Railroad Conmi--iouiT9 of thnSititfof .
!iir-t-t'la" dre-' maker store p.m. ,
Straus?' r in X-w York" will hv, !presented KloriJa.
to tj : For ;talc .nRtor for t Hpcomlfimionul I
Friday p. Saturday on account
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and Tofsilay matinee and Diilrifl 1 ol thi> hate of flormn, f i11 1 ( tPEOL
of holiday. Patrons will For two Mfinbcri of the Flows W'rNr Vfjli\iiu\ ]
nf K>'preiMitatUH -
night "A Trip to Chinatown" will be
,
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.' will j.leaeyou.On.IA. the bill." ple.ae end in their order Friday 1 Kor Tat Assessor( f the State. of I () "!\. I

mortliu r'or lax l'oll..etor.
', : I lioih; these! plays are brilliantfarcical i For County Trfrtturpr. -l\.L -
t. A' tj KM ,' 'i HAI.I. & Ki.KIN.: Fur live County Coinmlssionf : i
aj Ao\JVS: ring! .kitand trictly Huytuu in
I 'j For ttere-ementbPreutthe'ou1ety Ikmnl: l : :: .1
tZ # style and -pint, and are claedaiiionp of ForJusot'(1ffhb'rate PUblic iDttriiftion. In and fur Ui.- :;p oIty .

,( I : the best of thin popular playwruht's On account of holiday we f.lIolog. Justicf Districts, viz:
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f..eit't Honey ana Tar41r I are tllirti.They full .of sparkling! humor, will close our store Friday I j I I :No.For .i.'..n.labll. In and for tbc follomiiK LOUISFRIEDMAN&CO.

ii,,'rtt,. 'lJh'.sur"0 CJoiatt& I I catchyuue! ,, popular: mu-ic and afternoon at 5 o'clock, and 1 i I Jimu-p No. l.. 1otrictiz: -: I ;}1
:No. :t .
---- ;,:,vaudeville specialties of an ui- re-open Saturday afternoon :No. ,. ;:::: .
character, .\0. :. SUIl") Yard. OITII'l.. \\Nii.s:
t1:'TH-tniK and entertaing t I'
A T1 i tNTION. VOTERS I 'I at (j o'clock. \u. II. '
while! the! situations and yar'li
; complies 1' tn 1'6aalenttnnoTthe.. law "-n-ii'-iirin I them shpriTcn loraatc: < H nut! .>'d" of to all to to at. .. . .. . . w c <
-- I I I t.:.n- are jolly and amusing. SOL C..11I,1' J' CD.VASAL aid ,
Ins election to be publiMi-d in a n w*-- --- 6t: .i'i'Jta
!'! Kach: play will be tfivea a coir- paper printed in the county if tln-iv tic u ';;; huDoz' 'nMES'y'ASfELHAIItI'NDKR-: : ..
"Jg3 I
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rl. i paper in the county If there b>- i.o PHR'rpufalishml <
ii.w provides that :;|: plneceuio production with an I-li. NIItLFt MAUKKT. IIIlb.. couuty thy xhnll HIIn <: a- .t 'Ie
l""it ttve copit,> of this notice to bep"-te+i .Jfe WKAU 'Ni- )t SUI
I
; of and wurth :a1It.! our lIne 1."lv
\''s must be paid1belore [ I tire rhaiiire -on ? IUUMC ran : teynrlM fa1l1 for The Ycpa "J : in the moit public place in th.! county. : ; izst1'AIKrai ?
I lde\ile; fiatureTiie and In TestimonyVheri-.''. 1"h'r.> ui.t. -ft 3
: I 11ir : song; Union Naval !htorra0o. bund and solved thrmi! 1".1 l lL..J .
Oct. | my AND (DKK.S"': :SKIRTS[ :
,1 ;j mu-'ic embrace the latest lilts of pop n..IOI. [ of for Stain of Horid. at rallaj t )
r.y.: ... ..... H IU H... .. n. I.Va j tia...... the I apltal, till fbw Hr1 -' : S t 1 tu
) voter will bei!i ia ula r author. |Iww.\ .. :J ,:. G. II "" 1 day of$ptvinti..r\' l Ii. I'm. 'c: _r- Ju-received, . . . . . ;; 0 tttI
tUticd i; 11. CLAY' CKXWM'UI II. K A-! :a Hand-ome Line of Mlk Skirtall; : Price- 'i"l: (1.< :=\
from votr. Y / f"o'e 1 e5M HiTHt iy nf MateTo : h"
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", ]! CLOSING NOTICE. .. :; ,.. E. I III Gfonf K "milli fiicriT! : Kccamheowinl : \.ry l.'lt.t F.tr et. r.'' :;>

the general elec- s-- .._ .. 4., D. .. .. 1 .;, < >'. fl:oaw aeISGHOO

November, also I :My ;ptcenf'!: htl"lUewill be cl"nrj, ) ... .... : u' L 'below 1 ..- C; MILLINERY. :: I I

from Friday at tip, mall Siturdiy. r"UTii TnaPt1Tdr': ) I
Our ALL
OPEXINi HI oar Millinery Depifn' I .t
f .* Ty election next j Ii p. m 'iIl i al'clluut..1' htild.iv.! wit!: !b. ini.f'Unc-d later, when WP will -ho".v outnt t.e.! ,..-4 i

l' ., I <. A. FKIFI'M-. LAST CHEAP EXCURSIONTHIS l! r PEN8The [ 'I-ine-t"'. 1 .Lmm wr. in I"I'p-f nrn giriiU:-.-\ aud IKADV-1O-WPAK HATSt.o r. '

1 A H. D'Alemberte, I: C11F3TDitXLL.Searrtha YEART" __

T l'a' Kd Yd, HalP Iaa.s &:.Q" :
>c Collector Escam- ,. 00"Misses' : ;: :
and Children's School
Shoes
-- k.ud that te-ict. chiljrf/t
County. -M:*' i I liAt9M'J
"a.tr to write -mooth and ft'mlar.Ii ,0& ..c Ju-t H I''I'fori a

;ht or heavy. Good writing! 100 Fair: Alt-Leather! jngola Child's Shoes, size' 5 to t . 50c f i-r '

....:' ;. without a (good, pen i is nupo 200 pairs Child's Lace and Button Es!snion Sol'. 8''... to t H GfJc pair :.'\ :I

III\IHl'\ITIH': : roi -ible. It B particularly impnrtint 20& pairs Misses' Pat. Tip Lace, Extension S>le. .i j to" =s. rarLouis l
Greenville and Monnrnme. y for tho-e learning: :

!SCHOOL. BOOKS Monday Ot'tobe-s' write to have the best .
uiat --
1 :avemtg Union ;depot M I nd r: -rinratl. :. Friedman Sc Co.
11 :.\II'n sl'eeivl< :TV F.r-t.r rial. HOT important it i- for
THF.! i l.\R\H-i1': -.rot I F.VF.U: HKOI tJHT1'E\-
round! trip f2 ice. Fr.'ml ireIueut boy and girls tn write well.It '
OMM 11 VI' I lOW PPvK'E-. an:1 Century same a- Pen-:ic"la. !
is aeiy: to ijft ;good material f' 'I'M}'1P
Returning have Montscrufryi I I'I 'HJs, \ \
l .GEM BOOK Wednesday: night at 9.$: u oVlorkharp. ;! :a< bad. We sell only > u ) 'r v
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STORE.
.. .- Otleeand refre-!lInellt' wit! the bf-t. \Vetu1y your

be erred on train guile and return want: md it'a plea-ure EJ TOn ::: A. : O.A.STOX1.XA.

t :' f Si-o..i:, l sup\ ;>!''u-. rt.'. ':-, leiui.IVh* older?. Etc. in?. -ervemi' v<. v<. v< Ben the.t -'? K I tai Han taaN; &del I &an the i'a K'9' 1:.; t" 1S 3Grtj .
;i Purchi-e: tickets at ticfca officeFor .A
SEE MI AM: further information apply to 'gaatu. #4-4- SJp +-#
f ; SAVE :MONEY.GHAS. : P.OKI. KINV % I" ; {


f R. JOHNSON P. '.1'11101.ExrDr"liHI Maul\-. er GOES BOOK STORES.f. Thi finest- -line if ambreiia- in thedtepneus Garden hose a tnt Willis 1 !

The excursion to Kirmm/ham will :ity is at J I Go look
J1S MtTH 1MMFOV :
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not be rue on ;account of tnt strike it them Hardware Co's.
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 10,1902

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... Jim Dumps would eat his noonday meal
::: 4j in TRAIN WRECKEDSpecial t
Owner.: Description of Land. ci SI u I And afterward he'd always feel
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I I I Unhappy touchy cross depressed.
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U21City 3K
I to The Daily News: But "Force" is now the lunch for him,

--- --- I Gee"HI". 111. ()". *""-4\jt mel! train 1 c And lunch agrees with "Sunny Jim."

of 1'ensawla: . . . 19 2s 30w 4 4S I :'(:1. !I. cGHtbmiDd thj Chicago, Hura. 1

t John, liham .. Lots! 5, C and 7, blfc 132, City of Sir; t'm id Qoizuv Uflrwul: W81'lct'd I
Pensacola . . . . . 19 2s ::Ow1 4S I C'J '
\\' litt ugh I'1rt+n2an Mah ;I
I. A Sbiel.s..LoIS! 21 to 2;), tlk 133, City of :
Ion Saws ot Burllueton.!: was insrant
lYnsarola . . . . . 19 2s SOw 3 54 : ,
!ly k11Ni.:: and L inn..vr C. B. JohnbU/1
M Cac.pU.-ll .. . .Lets 21 and 23: bk! 135: City cfPensicola I f cRc-
.. . . . 19 2s XOwJi 2 21 I va* thrown through the window oi "D

,hn T?;>l'id . Lot 17, blk 137. C ty of Peasacola 19 2s 30w 3 ;(4 his cab Ix.i rCrt srtously lnjnr +; N.- .

Mar F flroy . Lot 20 blk! 13$. City of Pensaco'a': 13 2s :SOw: 4 IS uth( rji were itrjttrt.d. f-xtwpt:: a mai orce '

\. II. IlopdE . Lots 23 and ::'t bk 139, City ofIVnsacola II c li'k. -uliu faustt-ncG a few sl! gt.: :

. . . . . 19 23 30w 8 21M. tl'ui'O .

H LiKttt and J. I The faminevas completely wrecker TheErady e.-Skive Cenut r

M. Harvey . .Lot 26 and wiz of lot 23; blk 142, and the train of four care d -raill'(!. A _
City of i'ensasola . . . 19 2s SOwIMtha 4 40
co.il gate had U>pn d-v>i>iid from tVtendir
Xdson . .Lot 9. bk! C. New City PenFacolai ._ 4 18 .'
l'f"a ut-siltound train and la.
-'. ;,.ant H.\ant..Lot S. blk IS, New City Pcnsacoli j 3 .3
\Vashirgtoa..Lot 13, Hk 1&. New City Pens,icola ,.ij 324 uj.m the south mu.-k. TUa caur3

si, an Hml r. .. .Lot 17, tik 19, New City Pensacola 1 51 : the derailing of the tact train. makes the proper _

S' ..it DtJIas..S! : nb 130: ft of l.t 2, blk 2C, New I -- diet
1 City I'pnsaeola . . . -_ 3 IIS i STEAMSHIPS IN COLLISION. I a pleasure.

". >Ia;,i- c Inlnon.. .Let b Ilk! 33:;, New City Pensacola : SO i I I I _

U-iur Tate, Jr.. .LoI C to 10. Uk :37, New City I Kron Printz Wilhelm Runs Down and!

Pensacola! . . . . . G33 ; Sinks! the Robert Ingraham.Jjrjlira. I : I II

\,' Tuto. Jr . Lots 11, 1: and 13 blk 63, New l Ot. b.-Tbe North German I,I Swe t. crisp flakes of wheat and malt-eaten cold.
City Pensacola . . . . 2 99 II
Kroi PrinzUhelm,
M : INr T.I'c Jr. Lot 1, blk !;I9. N piCt)' Pensacola 1 57 i stMunw 1 1I
1 +i.kn,.\\ Owners.. .I.ot 1. blk 93, NI'City Pensacola 1 01 i which sailed tJI' Southampton today 1I I

: \::.! .v' .Jdr'an! . Lots 18 to 20, blk 103. New City for New York, raa into and sank the I

P(>nsl\'ola . . . . . C 3i: British stwamtT: Robert l Inghan du=

i : .-r..Lot 2 aud'I>t 10 ft of lot 3, blk : ins: a dens fug oS: Beachy Head, this Fine. for Mid.Day Lunch.
I have Ixvn npinz F'nre' for uonu' time and find it to be hcnftf.cial
very -
New iVnsacola . 10 OS
107, City ttx+
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in m> ca-v 1 have dys pfj>sia and consequently poor digestion. I find
.: : 1: : . . nest 30 ft lot 13. and e 18 ft lot Tho Itolxrt Icgham went down H it l'.Irtlcullriy good fur a tasty mill- Jr lunch. ."
14. bis 107. :;.:w City Pensacola 10 OS about 4 minutes after the cu'Jisln"! f (Xsme fnrnWied on application.)

: f.d"' ..-.. . .l.!. .is 1 to 5. blk II}S;, New. City but the Kron Print Wilhelm saa1l!!
?{ ponsacolai :: . . . . . 5 41 I NllWiYFttaTLe
1 .. her <'J't'of 13 mf'nith the exemptionof No dinner of coii-uuiptioii if youue.FoleyS
t i r'1. J-. I.ts ti to S. blk Io9. reCity NEGRO'S HEAD undersigned!- '
Pensaeola . . . . . 311: the note, and the only paistngershe I Honey and Tar to care of ')fferiDjr; her --f'

t't fl \\. P C!.<-.!!!td. Lots 1 and 2, oil; 124, New City } had on buard that tubhiiru cough. \V. A. D'Al Ilr.l-l'\-" iiceti."d :1" .,

$ a Pens-tcola, . . . . 5 41 MASKED OFF eiuberte 121 S.. Pulilnx.Tf iux hid i 06 yi-.irUU11 "
t r I't' E".Lotst9and20.H 1.7.XewCity i Engineer Scalded to Death. -- ?iv,' bH.t of n+ [,.r :
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Pensacola . . . . . 5 CO Phn'v ?i.>rt, La., Oct.A J'I ln.. you want a good l>ed-\ leading t 1'hyaician- "
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J : t "'i..nuttii OB.-rs..Lots 19! and 21). Wk 175 Now City i gr!r train on totArltaa: as Southern I II fit ail or a nice Crib for the MBS. :\T. I.'' "
8 Special: to The Daily'eW3.. e {Utf lUSontn I M\
c Pens'cola . . . . 2 21 !i was wnx-Vfl war Joacshoro: ixi., last I : "
Tmu Bret .. LGK 1 to 0, blk 178. New City I c! ht Raglno C. S. CuljH; >p i ';:.,:111. .t.. ila: .. 0<'L. v---{rtolL""Ila baby, go to Mar'.vtonQuina's. (5' far

IVnsacrila . . . . . 13 42 j I was !'o lua-Jly seal!I'd that death earned lir: za t t,--.V.; '/N'r at the Oman Foley's Honey B'1d

\\' ltold"r..Lot! 4. blk! 224, New City Pensacola S3 U a tew hours. Fireman J.o'. "tear.-i i;' n'.j.iuv'? Mhanhad lit cures colds rreent pat. .,s
I' \\u Holder. .. .. Lot 5, blk 224, Now Cit'l'ensacola. 4 V3; I -
I'I.K !Lee . . Lots 11 to 16. bk! 292::; New City Barns was sllshCy inj.ar d. Trafficdyla.veil ,1"O'! i-ai \fd ifffseen two Imp'! I

r l'el.5acol.1 . . . . . 2: 24:: I was for several hours. I .'"..t v umber WhldlW1't' bring un- THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER .

N I K I'e'-km . .Lot 7, blk 203.: KaCitv Pensacola 1 73; : 01'.H! t \'ffi a trght: car The rni"ra4e -

.' '!.'i I (Coserove Lots 1. 2. 19 and 2!t), blk :318, New I I Wreck on Pennsylvania Road. '<> ; man's head was cauKtt I'". f1 n

City Pensacola. . . . :224l I :Mrth lichen. N J.. Ort 8.-A ivarendooJlibioa -w ',-n txi' :' the greet sticks as one

l>known Owners..W100 ft of swH New City No.. +t between two i .ss ngtr trains! )f t'en: i'a= sliding!! the skids. Hi- I WILL
A of blk 33C: N,> IVnsacola 19 2s SOw 1 13: i
u1 w City i i from l'hl1ar.dl.hia occurred on thIVians.nluuua .. I )r\1S wej. spattfixnl to a distance!
tl 1t 1./ t ir :'. .: s..IAt 1, blk i.-; New City Pensacola C4 : railroad in front i if JO rpi'i part of them desct n ill:: I Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stock
iti \lm! Shaw . . Lots 3. 4. 17 and IS. blk 373 I Iof 1 !' : !his hxth-r. who wes also a mem ,
r1 ijx-n I Ii
J Mew City 1'.>n 'af oia . . :2 C2 Menlo Park station this morning. of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
1 TT o the aag. The &l'Cidpnt'l<;
I'M-IIS Parker:: . .Lot 4. blk 11. Dallas Tr. City of j Ore I"crst'n i id; reported! killed and j | I

t tt ronsacola . . . . . 2: VV :) i j many injun-d. I 'HO! to Dron having sHpp xl after pr,' No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.
1 ..nd2: blk 12 Dallas Tr ng, th,' "j"i upon the skids I
\ r. Hernaiu'.z..Lnts: ; TIXKPMONK: ; liZl.
k1 .1 City of 1''n'ala] . . . 224: NEW ORLEANS STRIKE ;

-.urn Harris . .Lot 4, blk! :2. Dallas Tr. City of -- : I II

5 uj; Pensacola: . . . . . 4 4 JKo Troops Held In Readiness to Suppress I'lautd Urntifellon.
( Malone. . .E'a? cf lot 6. and a ic of lot 7, bit I! Disturbances.!: i I The -taw of gravitation in piants I KI I Ii TIME TABLE.

-1 1. City of Pinsirola . . "S 2a SOw 4 ISSliddmk New Ort -arts, Oct S.-Under the I that M'liMfor evinuiUx thut niiik- :i I II ---

Holmes..S14: ft of u 12S.! !lots (*. an1110, blk 1 orders of General Olynn.! tcmmandin I I pin tee,' ::now siniigM upward. A LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD,

City of Ppitsarrla . . 2S 2s 50W 4 4S plaiit that <-urve" :1".uu..ftlJlII position I IN EFFECT art: KMIJKK 1. 11
the Firat milUary d<: r UJhar.l: Mop : . \\V; + ft of lots 1 ;c; > 3 i, blk 2, Cityof | Invnw 1 its HIIMiaaritation ni.ikfs j
t Pensacola . . . . 28 2s 30w C 25: :iooaj troops are assembling! in their !! .t; take the one la.t Miitnl to its neixls.i : S'w Orloa.n i and l\1011ilo.
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c.-o Malcne..Lot; f. anu 'i.blCity\ of Pen- i! anaonos.Tjon his oomrtands are i Sortie t'ower Ktik.s! sire very curiously ,

r' s.u-0'd' . . . . . . 28 2s 30w 354 1 In r11a.t ness Gtwal Gly nu will rnnff. gained by the Liavitution selloc'. The I Ii 1:15.So.fl. 19ISm",0.4. : l1M o.2..p !' 'Ave' .... Peneaea4a..Arrtre I 1\:110.No.S'4.'", I DII

1 tilt > :l''i 8'lI"lIr . .I," s'i to 11. or1'1 !Ilk 12, City with M&>-apdvtu-'h'!! as to tile disposition i nard>'.u,; U MI.miple.+ ) At.first thereIs I :r,0a !::!711 IO a I.J"\'e.JololU.. ...Lave f"" a .v ;
3'w of J'Pu>KoU . . . . 28 23 30w 351! of the fortes wth; the proSa: shaft piercing the roud 1Ilt lI. f: D 2:5.'iaL.avlI..Mub.I .. t.rava I 12100' I:
a straight ; I 7a10 Leavr' .. Urll'/1" Lf-av o; 7' "
_, 4:21p _s _N."III' :u' I'
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Rol.t Kri-U' . Lo- 4.I'hlt.y';; di : of blk 22: City WUty thH-t a strong body will first he with its roiuiact pointed flower bid i -: -=

of Pi -acola . . . . 28 2s SOw 3 64Vr.known Canal street. the sePao '' beads i North.
4 thrown along but as the flower (lIK'as the stalk ,
7 i' .;".'.rs..Lot rr. bi25, <,'':'.' nf Pt-nsacola. 28 2s 30w 101 .
| of,the m-etit disorder in ordor to pi.i ; ,' drags to the fUll and trlnrtll(> tlower '
;-Ii-.Ii. but . Lots S to 11. n23 it lot 7. btk23. "o. !. So. f, \o.1
i the lines that boulevard in Into h-niADntal I
City < nsntola . . . 28 29:0 821 trolley on I' tube a roughly iC"'iliOIl.\\ ilnl5pm tISpto Leave.P..r.-aerla Arrve 4'x. pm '
l'nkllmvnrf'rs..I.ot 4. )J'Ii 28. City! nf Pensacola. 2S 2s SOw 120 operation. Advises from the arnso where it show off its Uipht:;: 4:15 a m 1I:5i II m Arrive .. "ODI'otn r" _.I.ravp 11 :IF a m

.1 II. Hell . Lot 6, I.k; :::8, Ou' of Ponsacola. 28 2s 30w 3 2tUrkhown i rips are to the eff( t that there is a I crown to attract the inMvtsi, on the 'i iI 11\1 7'P1l1: am 1II"ipm 3:111& III i l\rrl".Hllmlnll"un..I.Arr\. ..... ahvdle..l.Pave n. 45Cta m ..

r ( '. rs..Lot 9, Ilk! 2S, City of Pmsaeola. 28 2s 30w 1 20 large response to the orders ot the pen I visits of which it depends for fertilization. !:\I a m 9:1:1 I am. Arnv" .,. !g)de.rtitr .. 1...avP 9:16 pm7J

I {+ L. c. }ltR l' . Lot 13.: !l.'kSS.' Cf.\ of Pen'aola. 28 :2s 30w 2 87 ; eral ronusiaudmsTroops in the :, The ilowfrM are piih-l to the : 72'<'l 1" m m_ 1I IJU::; Ii p m m I Arf\vI"rrl\'t! ..'l$1." nnal, .. Late,.....,,1"_ '::1,.t: p pat m -

t + 4d Z Khjnh . La 2!. La I ; : 29, Ci-j of Pensarola. 28 2s 30 1 01 : country are being held! in readiness tl 1 right |Nisiton:: 11\! the ra\itiiion: M'.ISC '
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:ij .1. T. Clare . Lets ,.nd 9. P(>blp"s! div. \lilk8, i ram P here in the ev 'nt that the: local ami titer in''reaw i>r diminish! the anKtiinr I l ENHACOLA AND RIVER tJUNCrlf -

e .' 0, x o' Pbiiha"oa! . . . 28: 2s SOw 1 87 : forces an- insaltieiettt! to control the tlOOlI-1 1 HI their stalk until the So. 1-1J3i1y So. I-Olu11 i. No.top s hPrr time Iot shown I So. 2-Io.. I
:I Mrs Jas '. .'':, 1'5. .Lots in and 11. IVUox's rtiv. blk | right; 1M4-it kin is allainl'tl.I __ ___ 1--- -
r ;N ( >tof P'lIa'ch; :. 28 2s SOw 187 s.timtion. I UM p 111 1:00 a III 'Leav".. .. ..1>"DUIOIIL.ArrIVl'! IoJo pin ,
I j j Governor Hard arrived at the start 1 1,:I: night 7111" ........Iob..mul ...._.. ." 10t1'
-..n n/ '. . .1 f i.;. Polly's div.. lilk 38, City I: i 12I" 7:1": ... .. YIII.-IrA .... .. 111:11"
11 capital: at an early hour this mrrr.t'ia SPENT MORE! THAN 51000j 1 ::.1" 1:1'1"' .. ..--.c.mbla. _._ 10:11I"
.: auila! . . . . 28 2s 30w 3 51 .
6 f ". 1.35 h 1Ii" ... .._ JullOt ......._ 10tII.
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and immo l a'1y! .snt Adjutant <-n"i ,
1 '1 '. It of lots /t. to 19 blk 39 < j \V. P.'iker, lit Pliiuview. Neb.,
t. r< r.- ras !i. 1:3Il": fN": .. ....._. Harp ..._ ..- IIfi"
< : '. <..' Ponsa-v . . . 28 2s SOw 1 COy ,. al Jutui,I 'h. K to X"X Orlt>.u::; to < o i t writes : "My wife ullared from Ii.50" f.II6" _....._6"lt city .... ... 10:.;' "
V. .j ..r lots tS;; i 'T. blk! 41, City 01? crat v\i'n O: 'KM.'I nijiui and the 1 I .M" 7:11II" Mll\on.... .._. 10IC"..
: lung trouble for fifteen year She 1:1J1 111 ..... -. Good Hangs ..._ "
Li 1 t' 11t .na! . . 28 2s 30w 727 loi-n+ tis'lwm.i: : -. I Ifii: : .. I 8:11" _.... .... Holts .... .... ., I' f a: "
1 . i., :'1..11.11'! v ,"' f.t.- of Pen It ; iiv.O;.?rood that! th.' rornrr. r I tried a number doctors and spent !::!II" II:" '. .'. -....... llIlhlan .....- ..' r 'l "
: ..._... ........
". i . . . . 28 23 30w 541 will! toTc I' N;. .A e.j i .Es: la;, r in t'-. joverflOU without relief the became 1:011"i:33" ,8:1i1':66! I .. -------Deer.C""tvi..w.Land._ .:fa.IH"S "

e s .. M, .ill- 1' l' f P,',\ a"oa. 28 2s SOw 6 05P day an.: :. if .. .", ..-.II'Y. auue :ill: vcrv low a : i r,1 rtn ;, "Imd2-1.blk! : friend rei-omtiiendpd! FoleyV Honey i 4'1I"\ 11:11II I. _IlaFnniaknprlagL M:"' "
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(1'1l.t: t o: iN: 'It.n.: fl'1" 11:44 ......_ Argyll ...... : 'I
". t uy "KU, : . . .28 2s 30w 109 and Tar and, thanks to till;: :great I ftII. 11:67 _..ponce d" L'Mn_. 7'1- "
P rfr. .. 1"t\; ::1 I..1 :' i I.\.i+ of sTuX' ; nn 1 remedy it saved! h"r life. She "n.joys (\, XI" 141:10 OJ ... ..W" tville ....._ .. T.1. "
t : th ..' .." > \.1, ,I If .. .. ..... __ "
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'S 1 t 1. 12: tr I rn of Teni SA Mi) / In bcttt-r ln-.iith thani I:I' in* I 6:111I 10:16 C/lryVille _
y I
. :if, t ,,, i . 28 2s! SOw 4 V8 .. 8:'.' / IOU ...._ Lhlpley ..- 1:87 "
1\\ i I ." and: : : ii c.tv; of Pena ; t'' .4 ir'-'i:i lIa..n';>i o':' tV I Itntei. \V. A. A.'D'Alemb 121 S.or III" I1IJi' ... .....Cotwndale.sis I -.

i ,> < .': . . . 28 2s 30w 113 M"i ur 51. < '. 1.i i yi'rue th"lr! r'a--, Palaf'ls: : ":r-t. I 7t 1'110",) 11i:4.i I 11:11I": .. .". ... .........MarlaPD.. ('nI'''y, ..__....._. "" 1\:00 5'IM" h

a' .1 1 all. ', i .u' of Pen r-.. 1.1 .h.I! a:. i !L.ty I lP j ill '11.' ii :!: ,, 1f'J: II:51 .. I .. ....61an I..dge.._ li.h'1"
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d .. nM: . . 28 2s SOw 1 13 '.i..t ai>. '". .''I|. + { "i ; .,i il : ::1.i :,-. City oft .ar1' T'iip ,:
1 1 srI'r< :ti All -r m-in f'rn ;; i
', -uoi :. : 2s SOw 113
I' I 28 r,1.i. t'it': Two n"il ( 1'1'01H ,'
al j i r S l'' i- i. hit 56, Curse ; 1 1i
3 rr 'rrim; the !Jarn. !)It were in
1 n .11. 4.' . . . 28 2s 30w 4 43 ,, The Star
m. :'d. Laundry
front 90
'v N n .i' i I" ot by ,
t4 tl t. lilk ;>.", City of Pensacola. 28 2s SOw 3 ;a4 I lly.t"'It'I''idJ"! rtte'te,1 hit' nfI

4 1 : ; >',' :'if 1 .:f sw%, Ilik 5C, City of ,i, fife at 7 Of< I luck and I awaited the I rerer ,- i

) 1''u'teola . . . . 23 2s 30w 4 4Si ntatu'. nf tie Ptret Railway' eoai.pony. !. ; DRINKe I Biggest Busiest Best !

\ ,,'. \'. "in it of uwV blk 1 37, City of It nainteniled to dicl1'5 tli-' I i ,

a Piimwla . . . . .28 2s 30w 541 .'uwbt'on' : attfnj>;intc to run a"Si !hp iI I ----- --

\ i a' 1. : ,' x i. )1 ::;, and nU lot 15, blk 83. t; iov the militia are actual.: on t L::1' I KtH IIi \' I II

( ',,101 Pt-nsa-ola . . . 28 2s SOw 361 1 I
gf ( i: .
i I' I'll. i ''I ::: I. blk S9. Coy of Ponsacola 28 2s SOw Wv ,, i WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.

1 \ : di :1,1: snd :2, blU :.:]. City of Pen- I| John G. VH!>urn. I \.1..1., A. 1,1 .n /? ./i.... ,u 'n.r 'JI 4t1cj. THey Speak)

t' sacola . . . . . 28 2s SOw 3 17 :i John (.. Milhuni, iu nln>

i i'' ; : :\'-,. . 1l0ttone'.{, bag! 01. City of Pen- l l.nlt'h'111: cur..flr\.trfl\' I
r' Wblt..R.hlnn
1'n-sulent died
home McKiblej has f<
41 siiola! . . . . . 28 2s SOw :354 i iI the i'uii-npp-tiif i.r .ic,,li<.li' ., niuiaiiti. -
; i K. i I." !y . S40 ft of w :4. blk: ,... City of Pon- I twenty yours been a pron !nrr.t lawynj r whvthur. the eut''rat I.l L'IJUInll.j I i for 1hffiseh's !: '
New York. Rum tipul : dnnIr or .
western I li -liriatr.. ''r OCIH
sacola . . . . . . 28 2s 30w 3 51 j 1 Knj ilru-ik.trvl, a I Iir.io.ihl- 'n> .'if 10 hH' HIIupp
'. e'\\ Ia'rs..I.ntg 1 to 4 aaJ 21, blk :j6/ City of land fifty years ago he came to 'hi"I tite (>r Hli-ohnliO IlijUurs alter ii-.ut I ,

': x.11; Ponsa ola . . . . . 28 2s SOw 1 C3v : :! country In IbtK and wuikctl aa imrlanlcal >. 11110' .tLbbonlt-rn.cc. I We let the f .
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lrHI..r. ',1 MrnihiTti el'
tiy .
;. r\\cors..All of. except Sots 7, 8 sod 24, ; ensiaeer. Then he studle.! :]i I Mr*. 'hon'. nr.-r, -up"riptra'lent ofV ..- I r and Cut we Latfwi' :
i 1 blk 116. City of Pensacola . 23 2s SOw 4 S6 law and pji-!'ed the bar examinatior! I' manS Chr1.tiaii -r..mp..rIAOCOf t'ulon \'""- I, j tlieiKjelfes.; They win t., '

; :4 i :'rockt'tt. .Wljl;0 ft of e U'O it, blk 117, City before he was entitled to citizen naj turn California. um>->: "I have t.,t.1 1 q We wall Ip t, i iI
} \\ hiltKibtion Ufiiinrly on verv oh-t "Ht y, 1t talon we can
LS. IFI of Pcnsacola . . . . 28 2s SOw 5 41 j FHTS. Influential men.took his oa-e up,1 drunkards, and the cures have been "1:111* work c', .
the
L YY A.- tI i Rttrkhart .All of Wk 133. . . . . 28 2s SOw 157 and after much legislative: wrangng; !! i, In niiny ca.f. the I Keui'dy was 1(1\0'11 I .{> t more bj we

'I t \ f tone ". . .Allot blk 14S. except se'.,. City bill was passed waiving his alV-nshij; I clor'w crt>lIy.White"I cheerfully Kihli.,n lit rei-nninn-ii'l tnedv. Memr nod .iii-of i 1 what we ray.

t of Pensacola . . . . 28 2s 30w 1 60 1 aud giving him full citizenship.Ilewareof our I'Dlou arc "..IIhl'd to 'rind an .".""". I
+ .1 i Srott..1V1 of blk KM, Citv of Pensacola .28 2s 30w 131 1 mkullr..lluI'ut! .' to aid u* in our t ni.KT-

1 ,,/wn Owners. .$:i0 ft of swu? bU 1CS, City of ant I>ruiintsor work h\ null, fl. Trrnl pnoka;ofre I ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods C21H! far and DciTt, : : : -:

:If + Pensacola . . . . 23 2s 30w 113 Oiniinen''i for C.uarrli hal I r .. .
by unuiiLMrs.. A. M Townsend for
I V R i I. lIaml1t! .N,; of fcact'l. blk211 . . . 28 2s 30w 64 Contain Me re urj.ft cf a Woman's Christian i TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
Mail..S'2 of fracfl MK211: . . . 28 2s SOw 61 years secretary I
14 will surely thE Temperance Union 218 Tremont
? detroy
mercury !
Condon . S24 ft of e 125 ft of lot 2. and w 28 St., Boston, Mas,. **old 1H fvucoia t ii\ WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
t ft of tots 1 an* 2:!, blk IT, Cityof i, sense of Mnell and completely derange Hannah hros. 21 H I'alnfox *i. ___ -

Ppnsacola . . . . 42 23 30w 1 61 the whole sy-tem when enter I-

U ti James Starke . .Lot 21, blk 111 City of Pensacola 42 2s SOw :3 24 ing it through the mucous surface*.
II ESTABLISHED 1863.I
41 J. II. Williams . Lot 22, Uk ]11. City of Pensacola 42 2s SOw: 321 Such articles should never be u-e I .
s1 G. Jlarehetti..Iots IS to 21. blkllG City of Pen 1 d'' DR. KING'S I

L sacola . . . . . . 42 2s! SOw 1753 except on prescriptions from reputable McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
I'' Mary nut1pr..t.ot 23, blk llfi. City of Pensacola 2s SOw 133 I physician*. as the damage they 1 TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR .

\V. A. Cole.O:: ft s, front by 170 ftadjoinin will do is ten fold to tl.e g'lJod'ou o ..u.&o&a IK- 0

t i Anderson on n, tk! 173, City of can poibly! derive from thl;'inHall's THAT COLD. I

Pensacola .. . . . . 42 2s 30w :2 92: Catarrh Cure anufacturedI d TAKE and General nar-dware
NO
I':i 1 ,v A. Cole . .20 ft s. front, by 8 I:; ft. D. B. 22. I by F. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0.. SUBSTITUTE. Ship Chandlery

;a page 37: blk 1;5. Cty of Pen contains uo mercury and is takec: Cures Consumptio_,Coughs,
60S AND 80S S. PALAKOZ 8THEET.
sacola . . . . . 42 Cs SOw 3 92 internally. actin:? directljupon thE: Colds Bronchitis Asthma
:, blood and mucous surface of th ---------AGJilNoy.--
Mk 3 ;
9. Donalson
King Jordan . .Lot Tract, Cityof '
d i!
Pt'ns\l'c'.1.: . . . . 3 35 stem, In buying Hall's Catarrh I' PneumoniaHar FererPleu- REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S H0>8 CO

iq' 1 Pore Solomon . Lots > and 9. b'k! 43, Donalson Cure It iataken be sure internally you set the is!genuine made in. risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. ABON'SPCMPP ,
I
a Tract. City of Pensacola . 4 C7 Toledo Ohio by F. J. Cheney & Coj : Sore Throat Group and CtiTii iirhgi Putt:, Dill Ititisil liitrisuli dirts! lickin, etfI!
E. .\. CiVjorc Lots 20, e 10 ft lot 19. and w 10 ft I Testimonials free. ,
lot 21, blk 4C, Uonalson Tract j I :'Whooping Cough. OOMPA8SE8, LOOS ETU
+ 1told by Druggists, price 75c: AsI6
i 1 per bottle. I NO CURE. NO PAY. C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent

*AM*, -*____A. ,(Continued oa Paga Sefin.) __ i Hall's Family Pilh are the best. i Prig SOc. andjl. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. elation.1 'h


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10 1dO2. '. "ii\




Slow Starvationis FROM SAVANNAH I AN UNUSUAL I! I



the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and indigestion. TO BOSTONSpecial ELOPEMENTSpecial ,

If your food remains undigested it can't build up the
bod7. In fact, it does actual damage by decaying in the I "

.. stomach and poisoning the system.

....'."., ,'!... < to The Daily News. to The Dally News.
IJ
.a: ', i- KODOL Digests Savannah. Ga.. kt:' S-The: Ocean Courtland. Ala, Oil."gA brisk duel jI j

Steamship company is (preparing to with pistols immediately after the j

iI' s / What You Eat. run ships dir* et to Boston from Sa. arrival of the westbound Southern pas. '.
for Infants and Children.
,;111' (h'' i Kodol is the sensible remedy. By digesting what you vannah. It Is otSoially announced senger t.rajnIonday night signalized! I -

t l 'r eat it strengthens the body and at the same time rests I tilt: the steamship BIrmingham will an unusual' elopement I Castnria >.* a liannloss substitute fur Cantor Oil, Par.,. It

'_ 1 the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health I make Its first trip between Savannah Messrs Patterson and Haygnod. the I jorir, Drops anti >ottlliur Sy"rtgli. It i> rioavint. It I J {

";' \ t Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms. and Boston Get 16. Weekly sailings principals. are residents of Bilrkett'sIsland I contains neither Opium, Morphiuo nor other XarcoticmlMancp 1

\\ Kodol cures. It la Nature's tonic. will probably be arranged The Birmingham Tennessee river When Patterson It destroy+' Worms!! and aUa}'s 1..n-rJi..hlU.s '. .. I!
TV, ci irs wo a disease! the doctors called dyspepsia took such a hold on me that I could will It cures' Diarrlwa al AViml C"li<. It relieves! Teeth- ; l': '
I U.DU quantities pepsin and other medicine, but nothing helped me. As carry passengers returned home at night he Trouble and l"t tlio F d '
*? 01' jra'.ps at a straw I grabbed kt Kodol I felt an improvement and af The Sa\'a.nna.h.Boslon found iiifT cures Constipation. regulates
} an once Ml service(> is now no spouse but instead a note '
GEGBGI Stomach and li meN giving an.I natural
: t.riatebUUDdandwell. 8. &UHSU Alorneya-Law.NoconaTex. < licallliv leop. t.
.e'II I operated via New York, the ChatUhoochoe informing him that she had Patterson
It can't help but do good. gone. The ChU you connecting did
a
at that
point and rapid tramp to Hillsboro '
ret:0.ttle< :'1 r oxn tlme, a*much(icton meaxurement)as the trial size which sells for Me I making the runs between New the nearest railroad station where The Kind You Have Always Bough-. r
'' t y E. C. IIt-WIt( & Co.. ('hIea n. Sold by all dt'al.f'I'S.DlllI'il York 1-e i
a 'OOthln I and Boston The direct service br>o boarded the first train to arrive. When
HIM! H37CI SJlVC healtnsr application for pilea, lores i.04
Bears the of
skin dl t'IUel. Beware of counterfeits.J tween Savannah and Boston prevailed the train reached Courtland the elopers Signature

liD Sheppird.llarjjia': : Pharmacy kidney Kami. I I until 110m. four years ago when it WAS: came aboard. A brisk pistol duel, l t 1ea

I, abolished: for the service via Ne.vYoik immediately followed and the train 'r

51o sped onward with Patterson and wife f

;.: en board and Ha>'good swallowed up; :
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... I BLACKS WILL FIGHT fled # al:
:a. 4JJ
Description of Land.
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-=: dto :: 5o I Mrs Patterson, however. again escaped In Use For Over 30 Years. I,I

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J : "LILLY from her husband returned to M "" eoreasr. It MUU.rr.rer. MeeOM5 n '
0 ;: E'gw. WHITTS"Special .... '" '-,' l.JIIf .:r=:'III
yJ'S Courtland on the eastbound I IDR.PrSdFFETT"S
H :::: S passenger. -
I Joined her companion; and proceedeJagain ,: ::1 I
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on their Journey on the t. Cures( Cholera; 'Infanta
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I i\ ui Pensacoa = to The News vq ,
I Daily : hound "newsboy. They were arrest. i 1 DiarthceaD''sentery'and IIrf ,
J .j 10 ft let 21. and w 10 ft ,
... Uk 45, Donalsoa Tract t: Ualoith. O.-1 s" -Leading ni'.TIH--,, '! f\l1 1 in TusotiBibia!: and brought back "ray ,+'r.' i aNpid the ChiAr}Buv.el MrAye.Troubl.s cf. iI,

i>! Pensacola . . . 2 51 j I including; II P. Ch-Mtha.n; ,''{.rpcor yesterday afternoon fp1 Aids D i".on. i-jjldtc/ .. !I'
y, ,:t '., ts 29 to :31. blk 46. Dons I er of deeds at Washington and evConpreshman Mrs Patterson is 45 or 50 years <.? ''' apts (TEETHING POWDERS) the BOM* els. Strengthens/ I"

: :! iract. City of Pensacola 3 51 I J, K O'llara issued a I age mother of groin children an.l. ;1 Costs 25 cents at then l'rilA and ; f fI t
Only DrnRi K
: ,' .1 t- 29 to 31. blk 4;. Donal- I call for a negro state convent-en: here has ako! a ru her of KrandcIfajKuod O'L, > rrl\G r.LTMakett !I

'j '1 .ut City of Pensacola. 1 S3: CX-t IS in opposition! to the "W| > te younger ;' ryydUr mail : i an t. C J. MOFFET'. '. M D. ET LOUIS MO. ;
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Tc eira&Alt M 11 I I < L; tit' )uo I r
I white" Flepublicaas They depoaix-e lay erp m n. Ith r. ., T //I\\] ,:" : h.tnjMihH.r ( f't
J mil'! W 7 ft lot 11, Donal. Saw husiiar.a:: uie on StreetWaslinetrd.Oct.7Alfn'.i trr nt1.l.et ifI F r, n ;'" r, tit ;J 'J
': ; lkH . . . 42 2s 30w 199 I I the rei.>iib>ll >a!i stat(' oonvention \\ nr>:\', < ml .L. Ito j.t.t,n.r; .t c, lll I .. ..I I I yl 11 '.. I
for tabooing and Senator I t Hir r ln n d i I rl I III\I I' 1 > i t. : l I. ; .r c v .I tarned-.tarned-
1 :. \\ at!>I' Fron, City oft n-grrjns. raid t" ha well-trrdo rasidart <>t Pa:! t eL.l-s-, r, r.r -- \ .. t I b)

,', . . . . 10 03 : Prit<"hilr ':. 1it'1Jtanc't' of the frau I Vph! : dmpe'1: d"'fl/l In th. ('hf';;'. : 1 '.J IIi t.li u, :, ? J i I i ... .rr_ ." i; F

I i I r: o\('cpt s 3U ft blk 311.: ('hilt? alll''It tni' >nt, uhVh t-Ilminatos I I p*Uie awl f)}-n! railr.I ticket ntcr ': i ii
.. of Pensacola 11 !03 i I 1 1Illr.l hfths: of thtIHIIV votes. The : I 1 I
i r r It".It i City j htu Mr Df% oar "",-s the tn-t, i
l'h I '. Water Fraut. City call4Vi a :it31r tk'k "* liftile !: )m.1 t.1 '
and saw her hn.hand fall, but h.p\ !
. . . . 93 !J4A. 01 I ff. jl.
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_.. '" ... .. . .... ..u. .. .. .._ uU i! p'red he ore sh <'ou'! 1 :'<'a<'h him 11Tvr *-
;: 'r "l ('::h'/ ,1,' -itlrt.itrs !: i dv d'U ,
II. D'ALEMBEUTD.: I s 71 years oJ ) They I"\3.J'wd tl1 ; ; I Ii i

-- .. Tax ColUttor Rscambia Coun'y. r:\Hs-terdiv fron Finndn! who I' i WE EXPECT To M'PPLV .\ M L'l'H: !i.s H h tt I H.VOE J t 1i
-' t.1 had-' '-A".. ";" :.::::'Il '1"'I." ,!dallgt.t: I j
-NSI1; DEAD. MAN CHOKED ON CCEFSTEAK.! Till:; WIN r'EBTH.\N EVE i I' !i'1-" l ..: I jlI !

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usaJ.r Passes Away E. A. Nelson Dies at Winston, N, C. Pins t4: 1j I SEND US YOUR ORDERSThompson NeW. 1 1I fJ

Before Physician Arrives.RaMgh '
L. 'err.| ool I I
Oft. s.A :sews ai f)'. I Olsen c.C .
-- ?h! :I K.'!Flt. tIN ruin eSgcalure is on wry box r! the penuine I ..
.. 'eial from Winston \ (." This popular remedy never falls to
:' \ I" \';;.. .nul1. i server ai; ( i Laxative Brorno-Quinine Tablets
.S '" : says effectually: cure ... I Manresa Street, Telf.hone 1': ?. I II
i' rh-v.I be rt'Wl-dYlhat t'1f'I'tI! r J *. -:1: 'J' \ HHl'l' Unili' ar!: i hrt aKia. 1A.. :\t'l.nll.: i )yspepsia, Constipation Sick i _.. : ,,. ,\

!! ',:, ,titer! !u- had ; yearn old] a j printer. of Columbia.! S ieddtiche, Biliousness I "WATCH THE KIDNLYS" : : I

:.,: >! roiUy cf I C.. rhokfld to death on a I'INE01 ra: .' And 4.LL DISEASES arising from nforpidliver j f
j "When they art alfected, life n i in .-- '
.. 'eht'ak.It. was notll'f'd that hew : I __: I
: \ :; Horn tl.'' ii i: W. B. ;
and Bad WRIGHT>> GOfflPflflY
Digestion -
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I hiking and a |lh irian was ennui ..1i" danger ay, Dr. Abprnetby: thereat I \ ffJ : :
The natural result is Swd appetite
;i"" i : '!...till! in ihn !. but Nt-Iaon died bofoiv be reach il I and solkl fksh. Dose small; elegant.ly English physician Foley'sKidnev
1. coated and to swallow. Cure makesourd kidney. i v j. UNVFAWrtRERNV DJoALUt.q IN j : : i
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ale I' .l *' Ko \Vi- sugar easy W. A.:D'AII-tnberte, 121 S. PalafoxI .. I

ii| 161: :',.:',-.:n:4 'I'-I :Nrl!'on was a motnlwr! of a (piom.no'.t: ; t talc! No Substitute., I I stred. ':'_;;;-_--_- .--.:;. '

.. :.: ..Lanp.lra "(Th ('a.xtlirn family and his t la>.!i\ i I -:-':i, LUMBER, LATHB, i i l'i J

', '! lx ehipptto; (I'olunih;
I'rorahl
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'.' ,'1, obit J.tU' ..... TWENTY WORDS .
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,. i I ii old \.IIII.n iiainod 15ss.c; Ml I t V
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i : -FC>' .- = THE GARDEN SECTION 11 11I
i i t'"dr\bII v.';.mis tu M-IIIIH! i.; at tuts ( (:.J'
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: '.ill 'ICe ol si\K'iiie vessel I'oi ; I 11
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.">h ,', ': ," 'Ia.lIli. 1 11I"y 1 years vvUtlu-s were su|'jov-d toS4 i 'm' TWENTY CENTS. :j' o-OJF -'J : I,

'" ,. ti '.. ., >ll the xv uid. The Finltudcrs ; 11.1 l Lap ( (;]lIi 2ensa.oola Florida. '
1.n t I I
.. i, l.iii'1-T.s iiiaiiu quite! a trade li.\ btlliiixi : I ;
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i wL;: ,. The old \\tiiii.ui after licni;:r

'." ,-I! tit i I iwl! paid by the i-ntlulous b.ulors.und i 1. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. .: ,

.r> ,- 'II'. 01, to kn.t: tier(' iiia/n;; ':.1 knot The L rpllAT small! am"'llIt IIIVHt"tf in the DAII.v NEVO.i:\,- Out 'iVordColu ", i; y

:' '0', buyer was t".1! 1 he w.mld hate: a gain| 1 I \ DM often b'iti.wi<.ihrfiil !"' ,.u1t-. 1li '*. in... .
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II '. gale; When he uiitiwl the (lust knot tin : Beautiful Lots for Sale. !
;,,' "' better m-tli'1 m im-d :tin. III t'l-tit. tof realizing;: 'i want
.r rule.L'.uc2Grn second knot uoulJ Grin; a sU'on': I

.- i I wind and the third a feveieI tempest:: I I then thr.'U;:li tin.-e columii 40x137!z feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord- t' 1
-- Irish Times.i .
I I 't ing to location and surroundings. : '. t,
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.-'I Bill. I I ;
J I, "I, ,. /li..rl'nl'C i! Forty \'parn* Tor. uroi (I Exceptionally Good :Neighborhood; fitautiful View, : I [tf !

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< i ir\ Ciainbe--!
i To be relieved fmtn torturing! disease
Ir .. I''iiiini-N' at i ;i High, Dry Fertile Lunds. 1
: after forty year t' torture uiulii! t
.. pcPuts: Waiitsd. N Jtoriety Wanted.Oi'iiiiim (
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t d!L> 'u. uif '
well Calf: tile grutitiiiie >f any i ne !
I ,r "dl' l-l'l:! :-i 'j Boarders V.'anted. Wanted. l The grandest: opportunity for investment ever : ''I
That is hat feVitt'VItch IIL ,!
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...,....... I'I MUIt" i s! C')ok Wanted Partner Wanted.Qiiilt offered in Pensacola.
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halve did fur C. Hiney. (r. ni-v'(, O, !
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h. I undue Driver NVauted. "' rs Wanted. I
"DeWm'- Wild IhM'!i! M j'I
'lieays. : 'I
', l i" ':'niu Ar'i : i Engineer; Wanted.Furniture R,')om. Wanted. i Home Seekers Shnuld Sr e These Lot". 4 ::1 ; ;
," fl n:,> rf'rps'u.I' ; Salve: cured ne of piles after I I 1 aJI J I !
Wanted.
i I -uiTtrtd forty yearV 'ures 'ut' *.1 t..I S"rvantsVtuted.; .
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1 hl'r'Iew! ,
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G irduer Wanted. Teams Wanted. !
"Il hl4rrNiAd. > burn, Wand, skin rtiees.. 1i l It-- -A. -V Clubbs ;'F .r
i i I H'Hi'e Wanted.Jucubitor UUil1l1tncli'Panted.. r .
!,c"II:>sl.n. ware of counterfeit*. lfnr<'i- 1'11'11' .

loW: ri;r I macs, JjhnShepiMrd Sidney Kuhu. '' ij Wanted. V-lncle Wanted. t Corner Garden fInd Alcaniz ('Street 1 i! I
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Juglera: Wanted.K'H \,1fia.'i'autrd..
: s" 'e.snli: l the ,
.".' vigor at -- --- i I -. ;!:grrV anted. Xp. rieuceVuLd.. .

'. ,..:"1 He.ton- I! South AiinTitiin.V rutty lovers('ndoln.Live a prettvMstdiii : 'I! (if:) Lin e Wanted Y"'re vanted t u have IJ II K C KKh;NT WM 11 KN..WI.Mi w. K inH;.t. 1K I H rtE.J'Jil'r ,

1 had. Mud \\Vifd ZII l <-hnllI! tt'>iI'C! a..,. ="'c'..r.t ,'. IT- ( -..t ,'a-!'ilrOr .': ,'s at- I
; ( It is well know i.lt t'u! : ./

the petals of the great !.llIrl'llllu.a\1ll:i I
11m '
'"5." s Oiughttr Weds. : are tou.-lIl'.I. L(++over li-litlv: ., the r,' I 11,1, f ; : :

I:1 i .\ fashion-t ia suit is a brown .tat i which dextlup* inI I (:j'j'urAMT SCIilRUE3\ BY TH i: ] "ill stla' U"n11 Bank \ r

,, erday I a few hour The: fact is taken .n! iD lu lUIQ S CO10ii5 I I tl i} !

1 : r :.rst, wher'> i vantage of by the lour who pulls si .... n I [ t WEEK OB{ MONTH. : .
,i'' ", "laughter o. magnolia; ; dower! IIwllln one of its pine! r, ;

i .in tour, was I white petals writes a motto or nits'iKt; Qki1 :-.....,."-=-"'-'........'.:':'..''.--:' =.,... .w. .A.=<>"" ."O ... _......':':'....-O-.t.: .;. ::. :c I' PESTSACOLA.r .. TL .
M : .".url Itur- with a hard sharp pointed jienul -- - '
I 'I''I'x.>X.RF.O'TC: ;>: -lCJiWM. :
,!n..tn belong i Then he semis the flower the .Duns I .t .

"' '.', .If *h8 'flP- I t lady puts it in a rate!: of water and u: '14 Nl..a: '1'0 I..I'NU. ". ... II.VIK. .. .- .. .-(-iiOOU-.- .-.. .. ;... ..-.. 'I H. KMUVLKB. W. A BLOlt'.TT, F. (. IK.V1 // IIYJIIt.Jh

'mr, Of the, I three or Pour hour- the iue ;':.io written % Mtn.'TI't: LI*::'iI'on I unproved r..nl *- :MKS. H\K\H\ liEltt) E-Manuractar" I'| D. O. liltKNT.m i : .1
on the 1 leaf liosnes visible. ,) 'iste."in lar".. or "iii."I nil&ts 'loll"irtlcies. a't '
: II':" Tt'! I ., : rooks. I II \ HAir 011. "Co.,82K W. .,
: set. >- ui mtert-si l nil un I --I K. bOTernment I I '

.. ', .'. ;.ia-o i ,IT to hac Eu j. .V Coincidence.. I 6ul ittornev'ding.at llaw. N':4. 'lalltoa l Hti ..mlw" -her I Ii' I Itr8lt.i i j 'r yn1 n iEl Wi g a l U A 6 t j lill; :
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"- cirrKLOWKKS
"So tint fount UIIMI wants to tuarrjyouV" i i 11(0\EV TOUtuo n..amml'YT.. i iI. FL)1Vlatei---. ii iiUr ij Co; .. i" _
wild Mabel's f.ither. .. o borrow any amount you waat I

,r Cvvamped. I .'\'(\! ," was the rcplj.' !i erase.0-dny Ue'on .obtainable rfftil.nt tfrun,on Improved and lowest city rates real! |!I C'vtlsn' Hp.Vlolellt'torf'DO..cla! designs ordered and. Moral for cntomre Lt'sllns- : ; rWs d'aw ocr .)... ii JJiiln I of EHU.A\K-;; ;-on -;;;tai trilutn I1PI&1 I

'. '.\ cattle4h "l">o you kuow Low much his snlarj"No. S f I 1 :'oi tHtf-from etreet Wm Usher I ail, -"outh lc Pala-*" ,I J' one 8' West Url'lfory rdlvA'i'1C1) .' O"rmm:: Kraac, Aa trit. Italy Iiiand u;;[uir,. Balita1 I; ';urslc 'firs. I I : t .
I is'!
: :: Valley I way. Hveden DItLL'1Mk !icd other Kuroptt'id : QfrltrJr I'
'::1 l ,. "ad 13 n1>'!r ; but Its an awfully strange coin'" I'I - -- ( j
I'" !:itu n1Rll'. I Clilrtiro.Vh.it.*' I I Invest mont-y. Insure your propfty. pro'ureabUraCldof M -- -.v ',_ tr.56h DlBblr upon the Mc"t Fr.ra',1e Terns, and h.1I ;'I i
I i "\ do you menu?" till-, buy or sell realg- | \I''ANTFI: fl'n lo learn harper tract.. Obligations Taken l'apablestPurt: of fletttpzu'1r. Ten PtfteE '
or Iaj
"i i.II| several 1 i tat". rent propTty irf any description ban i > Meady practice. iniillHlt- Hohers.. I ..
"Herbert asked the very same quc.Lion i --ent collected or your rates ttended to ,, more experience in short tune th' after"! Vessel Arrl.\tw there
I n '
\ I /
-o.il train gallon or address Tb,... C Watson t Co. elsewhere, tools given, board j art - --- -
about you. !imluded
i "lt ti at night K-al, t:state and Insurance ; 11 ace.saturdaysebtabltebei1.1.1. Particu :ZV8 ..tty Dapwalt Korea for Rent in Connection
-. n-isned( i I -ola. Kla Charges; '- ag"nU.'t'n8&1 lar- HI a rate ugua, mailed !r.tolt'r: HII'- 1
t-> I The linli; and 11>. i'lmtiir. 1 *bo bays a lot from us we '' b..r l ull"Il", dew Url..IIo. IM ,.nu with whr' erg 1 iLea Prlva ..' t>3rtment for the VfS
.. "d-tf
:-o'; : rough. mltu which to build a house -- - -
after the I -- 01 Ret1tf\J' '
Father of tli3 Pastor ( sermon ==---c--- -- -- ANTEU-A11
I \V: kinds
o'
empty beer
< .. In Mediterranean.a I t-- How Horace has changed since.C h"I.'I'.c": '1 <'n "'f.h..1. I VV bottloi, H.A.KBIEDKAS. BOT a f !
.
.-Charlrs a L ho was a baby! ir i--- I -- -- --

,':' the United Statr :> 'flit'thpr'liat: an Uoa! Ol: i i i I IV- I "nened!'Rli.tltTEFl'IHNIL at :n tat Wright street sill 1)1.h" I 1'J\l'I.catluli: lletl.. WEN ILh' FUR sSH YOUR HO \ E FREE!
< ifI'OIt -
1 has: ,'barti'red11' coarse Ue Iris l'l1.\IiI.'tt I I. by vins Margaret; !olacla) :n '- -
.
Tntlur-Wbat I mean is that whet v\HT. )1c\1rIfR..lat..sl honk t wnta In.layfrr oar hanA! I' '
steam op D
}yacht th 9 I Al l':. I i V i d'ie, coiiuininsj new cixle of signs- 1 ii,,, ? Mn. Ire"nu.l 'at"....',_ ,!
"4 :: sp end l part of tfw he was a l baby he uatit to kp nit i I > --- -- --- I and the wbo.o examination for matters D0 alJl"'er'wth.am.'uiI', trw REAli 10. .e.L.t.R. ..d I '

,', thtMediterranean.! \ a"nkg.tou Transcript.rcjt.iiil _; FOR't HM.K.5 of matting: per cent lust .fremtilefactory", I"wcor. a line: I I' explained nmtrtol sea-going that; applicant Veilswnrked for licence out and ou nuns,,,._,we... .;"r. 1"10 I.eeanr, I, .'".._"' 'rate> ;'q,. i I

In J'n'SllUl1dl"nt o* i secondhand! furniture, organ, desks and ]ibesureto, PHIS W. A. Uabl"nb.k sole will i.',lt d ,:,. :,;; ;;;::.'; 11' I lttl 1
I Him. ,I -toves fort per Pent belo eo't. kt "I.b..r'!sI ant-. !. Im' eb' ""A.. ..f f 1:1'rurw

-._- fade Josh at the theatprBo) J:,,s I h I i i mrnitnreBtore._ II:..:. Tarragona 5t. if j jJ i ? w f.l.,llrt......., .n'I... '.'',''''''.'theu.t. KnIY'., .' ;..' .' .u.a..w. ,. Ha, p I 'I
..... ...
Buartlltl II-t. .. _
durr Ul! Kt: they calls this ycr blotett.tT .. pOR i'LtTbe most desirable tots lat -'- -- I: d, ..... .'1:11: I.' 'j.
tl C II IN FALL COLDS. 'n' thiimVr How drama. wh-H V the coy on easy :"rm, bv tbeHEherii i,, ..... Il .....1.1...<.: "I"I.l.... _" "
: .
i nn i teal Estate! Agency ;:!w'1 Snutn Kaiafoi !js | )O.\t |I'I'\j EN'1'PEatfhe' --IrrHprlq f". MTh .d : '......"'nl.l.I.' ':1' I '. 'I .
.1 liable t<> hang on ar1 lliin!' "tifli; 'nu' hayruks do they think i I tr..1't. "aim i j jI II I prietiH It :MarEiibrr*.. -Vll the, Ha comfort, Mrs ondon of hurn, pro- ,aumm t. T .1"... ern..... ?;,"I 1._,.,, '-.,-. ","" ,eo ',- I' @ I
,
rO'.1. Countrj.j .. at I." "rim p 'a- a tJ i.. ,
the seeds of nelm )- npe atu7tern I and I T'"oKLEl'o'\ wtha. .k--old c..lf. \' reasonable rates Southern tourlst .L.p' Ii .Du.... .Iit"" I I. JI'r """, .'.',.". .". :. ',
,- ..r con, Fo- I I I i Apply to W M .uJlHld. O'Itt'' will mid Ibis. an .dr-al placo to spend a p..r- !'t'" ,.i! "I.W .?u.. I"..a." ."..ral, ." ,...:. \i"" ,1 F
aturti'>n. lion ollh. .
I Tlr j V :MHA Thriiif.anoe I Ire'-lllJkllltt eraroq.- -- .iolm- ('o fIdt rneirM 1n-tI.S.u-, My a..". men" art a;; 1..01.N Je.f.-r".H.. '. a t '11, err 1f..I..: '. s
" carp quicklrLtta r \ .1/ld K Morin in this I ..:I p:..,"t .::' t't' '.mr' P urp ,I..q p" n. wrtriu. '..rn.r.. ... I ":....1pd
propose Flu'cr. For ,
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i l.'uncral. \0, fg
rnit- It iTinj i- i-t bdun '1.r t'.rc' -a.I' '; "
1"1"1' I I.. ,.,..!, i I' 'I't >?. r cells loves LitHi llandlltr\KIN ti: ---MI* tffHlrice. \\ 11111' I, --.- .....,......... -.- ID a c.a. .amp!Ia,.. I eta nwre Il.on i n...>d .,1' .1 It, "',.u r I' :not I.1:, ,'Id I \4 f #
and t-1-d' ; I William }{kbard-ar.- .nga2..d --- ......4uila. Ir M... AAFa WICUL'.. a mry I..ror 14'.4d as I.... drlq I Q
tltalh" IH' it.l 'i '- ,r."It- Ira l'rl\\'. A, '1 h. Bnttb.'r UU then perhaps htilo ., will beplea-ed to have their fnandscall. | r promptly bouquets special de lgcit SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12tt S Pint Sis.[ ST. LOUIS -

..t! S Palafot K-asonable Orders! charges attended to with promptness Suiw phone UUi VInlette K 9. Moieno. Wen Orego-r JSdlm .I -, '."_'_ .. _. __.__ /t.\O. .,,_ I <
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i r: THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 1902




them and also the expenses for the FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. -

A DIFFERENT attorney.Mr. U fu SOCIETY EVENTS ul THE WEATHER I -

Barras said he thought the


STORY NOW'I men could be held responsible for TO-DAY' "THE KICK OF A BOY

I the debt, as their actions had incurred m AND PERSO ALS :

--- the
r expense. I
Ii
KiSHSH5HSHSHS2SHEHS2SH52SJ : i

SPANISH SEAMEN MAKE SOME! Mr. Gonzalez thinks the holdingof I .! : Local 'orecast-Itl tonight and probably :
I ; jJj* Oil .",.c.Q
the captain is unjust, and said !Saturday; high to brisk northeast to'|:
Col. Chas. A. Choate returned last 1 north windsTemperature ''

UNPLEASANT CHARGES that the men are very nice young [ night from a visit; to East; Florida i <

men and could not be made to pay a points. in Last 2$ Hours: "
I AGAINST THEIR ;: I THE TRIP OF A

I- |'debt to which they were not parties I Maitmum...... ............................. 77 degrees GIRL
Miss Hazel Bobe, daughter of Mr. Minimum ............. ... .... ......... .... 1\1 degrees
CAPTAIN. \!: and certainly not responsible. Chas. P. Bobe, is very sick at her I I
I Elsewhere i
1 I I -- father's; home ou East Gregory street. I Temperature :
!I &tax. :Mia.V : ARE PROVIDED IX OUR LINE OK
I I One of her brothers is just recovering I Atlanta ... ..... ....... .............. 7t 5 i II ,
Ed wardll Oarretto auJ EnriqueHarifclto. i iI! and able to be fever I Bismarck ..... .. .........n.. .... .& : !
,I LOVE OF up. Typhoid is Chicago ... ....... .......... a' )
the Spanish seamen: who ; the young lady's affliction. !! Cincinnati .......n........._...._.....7d 4t ;I
I Galveaton_._ ..... ... ......._ id 70J I
arc serving sentences: in the city' Mr. and Mrs. Thus. C. Watson are !I I Huron. .n. ... .. ...........-.fy lti I
I: Jacksonville ... .__ ; SCHOOL SHOES.L .
.n n : ;
j 111 for sellitig liquor, told a story I A MOTHER home from a pleasnt visit to Des Kansas i Ity.......... ...............71 i I
I Key West ... .... ... ...... ..... .., ft.VI I
t for THE NEWS thi3 uioruing; that re- ,I Moines, la., where Mr. Watson attended i Memphis . .. ....._ joS
II I of Mobile .. .. .. ....... Ts n: I
the the
il'-cn LO great credit upon Captain meeting Sovereign Montgomery .. .. ..... 7" :\1 ,
I i I I.odge, I. 0. O. F. En route home Sew Orleans ... .... 7d "5 I
Itu"tiozi. SAVED CHILD FROM WATERY they spent a few days at St. Louis! ::: .. .... ... ;.. 0'2
4 Yesterday Mr. liorras, the .ypaui-h ,, and witnessed the carnival of the St. Louis 7s ;r THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LIN !.' .

..ul here, went to tin police !! !
Veiled
Prophet.
+ CRAVE. | CHILPREN'S.SHOES IN THE CITY. WE FIT Tii F

t station for the of presenting i I II --- .
purpose i
i ii TUB IJKST LIVEU MEDICINF. MARITIME.SIiORTS.I FEET LIKE NATURE IXTEXDED..oC t ;
i I
their accounts '
tr imprisoned men
I| The unbounded devotion of a There i* no need to be miserable if .

wnn t'n hip and soliciting theiruuiturc. : you keep your liver in good shape. -- .

', :a mother prevented a sad death: yesterday -I\ Scarcely any harm can come to your .
< as an endorsement tbut: I HANDSOME BOOK COVERS TO ALL SCHOOL SHOE PUR.r[ : :>r r.R5.s _
afternoon about 4:30: : o'clock. system if the liver i is kept active. For October to data .. ... .._.... .. .... H%sTG: < .
-tnla wer- correct. !, i The right remedy at the right time

:; The parties who figured iu the will prove a great benefit to you.IIEPATiCCIIA &)lkltoD..
refused
Tile nun obstinately ;; to
'' is: that remedy. Iti Hr. .;. Clinton, JIM, Kales. Tampico. to
,, happening were Mrs. James Lyle:
write their; names, saying: many: ; i* worth using because it will make Gu.l Transit Co.: <

1 i and 5- 'ear.old son, Willie. you well. MEYER SHOE CO.
; all sorts of..
throngh ,
tug- al: going .
on'' Mr. L. A. Fraleijjh: of Madison CLEAR.D.Am.schllalmar.ltuAxelson.by !
Mr. and reside
Lyle family
noiii t xpressive; of auger and dis- : Fla.. ?ay- : I hive: had occasion to P.rodi

''! Wet, Main street near the c'ater'sedge. ,, u-e HEPATILTRA; several times ,A'Co.. for Kelze.With w,5s; tt lumber....
u-t I ;.IMI a (t east, doors and plckets.valueli,
;; and must say I like it better than Am -oh. Nlmrod }Ia>o. for New Orleans
walk lead from the
A narrow ,
F'ley endeavored: to explain to the any LIVEK MEDICINE,: I ever ued. with ">.!." cypress barrel heading

c i shore to a bath Lou-e about 50 yards It simply answers the purpose with- i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
i ion keeper anJ Marshal Credillewi I' out any griping or sickening (etfect AT QfAKASTINE.Ku : !:.
from shore. At 4MJ; o'clock little i ii
wi Itch trouble wa*, but knowledge j 1 and I can heartily recommend it as bk (;urll.:j:: Svallnistrom.' Irom -
1 Willie Lyle with a few companions''' the BEsT LI'EKIEIIICI E I know Of. > Kemaure. s t. I'enU, Africa via Barbadosto
.1 fie > ;i'.ll1ih laugitiga; with three ,, 1 !Sold all druggists. Uix M Kobmson ..........o...... ..o.................... e.Q...siss
# :! were on this walk engaged iu childish by |, Br *. I'aiatine,132!. Ross, I>*marara via .__ _. _ _ __ 1_ '___ .
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vi, otlc.il: was lacking, and an in- | Farnmerado to orderIt .11
I.1 I when the little :, if bk 1 ni j\lll!, Conhigliere. Rio J antt'roa
suddenly
port K. OF A. SOIREE
r.} :er 'reter lu the person of Manuel I Rnrbailoe order :1 GRAND # :
1 fellow lot his balance and fell into Ho-t bk Uriancs': >, Cacheur Oporto toorder
i Uuiizilez, u cigir manufacturer, waSr i: i )
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water. His screams following a loud
sent for, I The Catholic Knights: ;; of America ;I Have you smoked a Hudgius cigar? i : FALL OPENING I
splash in the water drew attention ;
I will soiree at their ball
Mr. (iuLzulez stated today that' theflEl ; give a i I -----

'from his mother who was: in her ,, Wednesday, Oct. 15. Tickets now ; Stricken With I'aralyiie., I ; .
!>,lilt the reason why they would '
i home nearby. I I sale. 10 td Henderson Grimett of this place e '! 0 n-A. -o S
r. aigu thr- piper presented \'yIr.. j i iK _
L I was stricken with partial paralysisand '
Realizing her boy was iu danger, r .THE BIG STORE. I
-rra-! wa- oecau-9 they had been I completely lost the use of one ) .
I' !' *.
.. she quickly! ran through the gate, OPERAHOUSE'EIIRAORDIKARY arm and side. After being treated :
:. aged f -vs for employment! of an 1
.._ by an eminent physician for quite a .
.
the walk and where
out narrow --- -
3: y ,.t''jrney, 1\ debt they didn't con- upon I while without relief, my wife recommended .

I 1: her darling wa- slowly strangling to ENGAGEMENf Chamberlain's; Pain Balm, i !
tr and hich would COLORED
i: oue a they posit
i and after using two bottles of it he ,
death. With mind
( I I- ly rr't' -e to pay. 1'ogetherthey;\ a presence of > I is almost entirely cured.-OEO. II. I .

'. '',: only possessed: by a mother, she McDoN.vi.u, :Man., Logan county. .
i1 tS'-tcouiitm': to them from the' W. Va. Several other very remarkable :

r k' L ii,i. bat .ustead of them being; paid threw herself into the water, grabbedher WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY,OCT. 6 cures of partial paralysis i have : PETTICOATS' i

& boy, and thin saved him from a been elected by the u-e of thi lini- .
'
they were shown to bo in the .
ment. It i i" most widely known
The New Century Attraction :
a slvaud horrible death He was however, for rheumati-m. o PECO
? ( -v iiii-liip debt about |11. Alldue a a cure i

... about senseless whea she reached > "praiJ.s and bruises. Sold by dru;- y' .i. ,t j

I -.:.- .1 ittori.ey's WIB withheld Jeeof SW.and au-1 applied instead to him and a short time in the water ,, a n o u a r Fa11 ll k St t k gists and medicine dealers. e. '' t I) ..*..* BRAID. ae ..

r would have taken the I..OSVJ.'. :
.
certainly remaining .)
.'i u'liiiijj a payroll, they were asked .,I .
small of life. j $1.00, :
park : :
B { : rtity .i joiat iudbbtedness of ?11 O'T-Pair of eTe ;:;lasses with chain: and
Vaudeville Between Acts J t hairpin attached. tinder will!I pi:>>,,-,, .
The father home few ,,
came a moments
: 1
1 1 thtc.iiiier.. notify NEW- (Jlfc" {
o $1.60 & Sz''l''
afterward and i
: was calmly :, HKAUEl B\ '
the! simmau stated they did not I Q .
told of what had occurred. He _________AViinte___. ___,hT .
t : i *. an : and ia court the Madison Whirl !!
> v i't attorney Square Cycle
$ r 1 i I, \\ AS TEll-\! once in 11\0'. liutlini i Dress Goods Shirt Waists. !
about with
i ft>l': -i.ite'l he appeared only for speaks it today pleasure, I 15 siiesnieutodandleoureouipl-IH line
The Highen Salaried Caste of o! household Bprcialties; 115 to tper reek
f ., I'dptuin.rl'lle latter however, and well he might. He attributes auy Repertoire Company ever in easily' mad.. Apply to Ancbor Supply Co., : and Trimmings. The OPERA.\ ,I' :
} I No EaSt ntenUeDcia street loin"* 1o
and fiUI"III-
ll tlit. child's life to the noble the South. style >1111| -.
: act on '-'- - -- -
i i j 7 :: := == .
i n..11! tint, ts Girretto and llatieltoir i | The most complete a"sort- none. Come? in ai! in < !

i i I: rt.;p rn-ihi! for the court cje, 1 the part of lii. wife.OWNERSHIP 10, 20 and 30c.Get 50,000,000 merit of Fine Goods ever !'howlI.: t
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e h ; a t' ,.-..' iin: pay the b.g:; fi-ies against i Seats Early. 5TRAWBERY PLANTS. -! .tell:


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rl !.- EW1F\r.: : Two Nights and Two Matinees I Slai.ilar.I Varieties si :2r. per 1OOO. A Knit, Flannelette and Muslin i Newest Mode! .

r F :-..nl!,ern 'Ieuth'r Ghee Feud IVr OF A COAT Grown E-pccially for Florida ;I I'nderwear for grown and Try The Habit Iii k; f p
and Southern
Planting. I .
little f'tlkv style tails al.j I -* .v.1 --
>t Ihultglit.c MONDAY AND TUESDAY :Slit Only the largest, but the lettCrip I .
1
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ut Plants the Worht.Larce. .
1 in

'1.o workiu many dillerent MAYOR JONES ACTED AS AN Oct. 13 and 14. VignrauW.II Uootrd. Hlnn'i that
-et tui rail win KKM: HKAcuui's i. nail S Skirls.Silk I
fli" ..i j n'i-n-pectin.; ways Mr. K. L.sV I OF FINE 1t.ltHH.ii1'xt >prang Wrap ps 1 S. +
1tF -'n. 1'.I"tlir of the Hjpti-t church ;
? ARBITRATOR. Saylor and Miller's Comedians Lady Thompson t:,, ..I.lor. Ne nna.rlou<1. e
udi- Mirwrite-* -
t1 : 'I ( : i Nick lib mer. ianJin,1'urcImproved : Skirts t-7.oO'J..N; : $12.i) 5
.
l I ;J.tvf-j coffee from ny infancy IlotTniBn. ;\Iurrn)"' Extra Early: and ail: .
; ,J! .1-; .j i --i-v; ,m.w Silt liurtiiiir uN un- IN: tile leading van-ties suitable for HouUitrn and UI i ;.&i.
( wliicti Prn.cs 5 tl Walking Skirt* at $4 IKi.j 1
trtiwiiii bring lop n : \ ;
"1 x3t\.iars oil. -uttered Jell Nester
i
wa this
.
discharged ,
; "
II Norlli.Tn Markets Plant
packed to
Skirt black andS
: ,
: Sample
#-t t. a.l.u-n--i if forctj to d ) with carry any (liitum-c. Fresh as aliro du ;
I4: "'i "it Itnd: sometimes u-ed it three' morning: by Mayor Jones. He had ...H0X.T' .- i Writtur fr... &loSOIU" of Ftraaberryplant. ( t'l1lnrto two alike, value |:9 o el '''&-: I

t Ft.y tr,.. :JL vl...'. but hbadacitH !had been been arrested yesterday for the alleged *. .AspnraiUk.cCO.Vll.NK.NTAIj( W $luIklswciil4i50. i :
TWO GREATEST: PLAYS: : PUNT Co. '' Monte Carlo CnaM-LaditMi lt\ ,
.1, ..t 11.! t il-; of our fjiuily, and \
theft of a coat from a KtIr.II. N CNo .. S ?9M( : ;>es' *7oO.Jackets V V 0 e :
r: r 1 : it \ negro
u
< mlieri
t.1s ..,. < 'jjjit vaan .- A Stranger In !New; York) :, v..amrr! > Ilcigit) 5-inch our leader, ; .
.f t \t! i.r \%:llCh! c..tfJeVa- a sptl boy named: Joe Draughn.
#193.
<'II i r>'IIi'Iuut abi ut uinc'e.l S
i \M. :\Ii-.f'-! Long Coat ii o" tt> b, :
{ "\4'1. I &.I"v' I'I i' -ulftr from! .It-pi.le.- Trill of the case was very interest \i-JWN'Il N.Y a a,? f
) .
# iI"-", wiii'-,] continue.1 uLtil it ,)-i, :n if isiy turvti would wr.-ck for in;. The garment, it wa shown, A Trip to Chinatown. ; Litdies' RaijUuds, H -:11 td -- .

r3 want of sleep and yet I could nut originally belonged to n.): seuIil: :j 1c10 .o ,i *9) 3).

H i .1.1.l [ 1 Sensational Prices e. .
her a steamboat man.: He it to :
,\ irit-t.d iu.'restfi tint I cofjb gave
r.41 quit NICK S SRTAN Linens.Towels
41JI :
i.... > \ !''t il., i>rf>;ikri-t wtiiiMi I did. Hester, and Hester endeavored: to i,I Matinee: 20 and :inc. :

1 nut -o fi'iiiid that I could sleep a sell it to several boys. It re-1 I i Night : 10, 2o 30 and ;oOe.) : t. '.I, 12, H and -Jle each "i I i
k:1' li*tle! b,-tt,-r but my !head.iche* d>u- negro 1 I 1e
Table Linen
*
)
%, ri ir.u -d stud uiy ii.-rvouyitem sembltd one owned by Drauzhu, it NO HIGHER. ) i ij
i a: :\,). 49! and ;\9c yardNapkii1" :
wniM 8--n.t-tiuf3! t.-fiii .1<4 if th.n' y r
tltitvs ,,f itirt, '-Jh werr lntvllig with- seems, ?o much that the negro when I I! Monday: Night; and Matinee : ? .. j)) !: 5, H'", 6and We doz"i .

;} tl iti me. It wiiit on iHitil tlirf ;years he saw it, made such a claim that ;i "A (Stranger;, in New York." ) .

ago I begin t"> uiT-r at night with :,. court/I i ; ('.\ HPITSXU: 1.rI'lXWIlIlraln ( 'II i
: itch .. p'-n--iti. limb the matter finally ended in ;I Tuesday Night and Matinee: : \ ,. .
;uu I"; on my i' j 60c yard ; Bru--tl Carpet) to J- yard ; Velvet if ,
bt-l'jw my kilt" aud on my arm b*>- Draught still persisted at the trial'1' "A Trip to Chinatown." I 1 1 .1. Mattinglu to X z. Rugs, 11 ii tll |4 :*i /" :

it low tlie i lh that it wa his property. Miller : 1
:
fur my liody, bit tLrre wa tio | ONK NIGHT ONLY MENUS i.MI5i:<)IliKIis-: i'... and )loc yard.Iolu0on '.
t>fruptimi tht- skin ; tile lle?h wa claimed it, Hester said it was his, J ..d'I
smooth uii'l whit I fon'iltedovprnl i I e -

a ,'""d Ihy3lclail3, but with no while a negro witness named Sol:: Thursday, October.16.. Comprise all the Up-to-

.H' av.ul. Williams showed that he had paid j jHester's Date Dishes the Markets I : lUiUiOUt_ s t o1I1 I
1 ha.l! u?. !iea that the c.>}Tee I TIN: of ) :
the World
drink in tt.c! inortiiiii cau-ed it, but price for it and also set up i' ;

i. 1ri' finally decided to s'op coffee for a'' a claim to it. All of them wanted Atfol'd ,--_ -.-- -'< -- ...
1. while. ;n.d try 1'0.tlll11 Food Collee.Wiftj AL. G. FIELDGREATER ... ....+...... .o..o........+..........o..t..

uiddt it at'.rdlllg to direc- the' cheap garment very much and ': -

I ta m-, frothat I liked It equally as Mayor Jones had to decide the
well as collce. I had no idea that it lISTHLIJsa( Ladies' Private THOS. WATSON & CO.
I! would relieve the awful itching deep I, question. i| .

tr down iu t.1)Iesh, !bat thought 1 Since it had not been stolen, and i i Dining Parlor.
would try u t.H if there was auyvirtue LEADING REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
ta, 7 : In"tt. I had used it only a since Williams was the last nun : THE WORLD'SLARGEST

r i' few diy, wren I discovered that: proven to have paid any money for j i; GRANDEST, BEST l'ti.COI.nJCIUIJ..\,

# the iciling; was: not so severe. When it, the said '
4 t ,4- I had used it ten day?. my wife said mayor: it was; rightfully'the LN'-DOOR EXHIBITION Regular Dinner Daily. Southwest Gorier Palafox and Ga'den Streets.
I
I tP ,\V.at! is tht- matter with you? You property of Williams and ordered Tbe Name- a Synonym for All That IS Great A. FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS, .< v.i '* 1
il"i not seen: tn be troubled with that Draughn to turn it over to him. in )l1nitrelsy.lOOOO : .

t itching -eu-ution.' 1 told her that I riKST PAKT. Short Orders Promptly ?'"* .< ?< *.c ** STORKS AND OFFICE; r"Ii. '

i V 1 did not k-aow what was the cause, :
but I knew tiiil I was not troubled STRONG APPETITE A BIG COMPANY CO3IEDIANS. Filled. Night i or Day. i
on North To stores connected 1
Two lar9 dWl'lllng'5tnry by >
.c1I with the UCMUK!, any more and was i IncludingAL.
I Baylea I street aitb all modern convcoteaes { with 8 room and kitchen a'
') thankful for it. I Ic:: ga4. water and In residence portion of I
V G. FIELD
1 I then went over to preach in I FOR SUGAR CANE; I If it'a Something Good to Eat ctty: *WJ per annum. Government street near Tar-
JOHN N. PHILLIPS.DOC '
I rent as whole, or separately ureital.
ish.
iJ auotu town and while there drank I j QUIGLEY you a jou'ii Una H 81 Large aDd comfortable dwelling 2. tor1, .

.,lilt some-strong cjifee, and the itching __ I with gas and water throughout, Urge lot,1:
VV TOMMY DONNELLY located on the! corntrofl ILa I
returned. When! I I Nick nth outboui
: f came back home The cane of Moses WM. MURRAY.SAM Apostle'sPopular Kua street and Sth Ave., t-S per month j I The )1 Glnn Balldln. coraent -
I commenced using Post urn again, sugar appetite : GOLDMAN t and Tarragona itr--'i- *,
the ., A desirable one-etory dwelling contantor boarding bouse. Apply l t '. '
and itching
cea ed. Then I decided Fair, a 10-year-old negro, got him Restaurant. batb. and watrr!
I TOMMY HYDE i' ng 7 room and gee
ll
that cotlce in some way produced 'I into trouble today. Fair was sentenced -I It Ir south frontage. within earl j
; t the itching. I drink Po.tum I and other well known funmakerFamous -. cornereacts' ,
to 3 day! on the streets this tendeneia sheets,l.aperwoat
.I eaaefort Uperannum
three times a day, and re-t as well : Facet amity of I .
as I ever rested and Lt ver have headaches morning by the mayor.: I' Australiaa Acrobats. W Twaatorydwellinq.rontaining 1 room, A few office on Palafor: etceI -' '
i' No 214 N. Barcelona itr et. "Thlesen and a iar.-- s .
Building
Line
any: more. I believe that i Wm. Seymour has a fine patch: of i Musical Mignanl Family. near\I\'lUlea.Belt. for li;>I P"r annnui. 1 ante-rooniiuUabi me-tio, I I-
i hundreds of preachers who sulfar; Original Clipper Quartette. -
i sugarcane at his; home and had i i ____ __
from indigestion, nervousness and Troclcal Traversity, For a bad taste in the mouth takeChamberlain's -- --------------- u .

worry, would find rest and health if misled some of it every night. He "Klrg of the Fillppmos. |II( Stomach and Liver J I will repair your watches and Almost every one who'!. .- .
.
they would quit coffee and use Postuni. I put a man to watch it and Fair was I BURT CL'LTKU'S MIL1TAKY BN1).I'I'Tablets. For sale by all druggists j! j ewelry in first-class style. J. I Hudgitis! cigar Ii well plti'. ; '

." caught BIG STREET :and medicine dealers. I r!Stephens. the aroma


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