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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 11, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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10\/ f8 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA I : SATURDAY- -AFTERNOON OCTOBER 11. 1902 -' NO 24 I I I II


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I II I 3CHOCKINC TRAGEDY 'I : i'a

II I I MISS MAY MARKELL, I r;,


Wt' A Society Belle of London, Canada.

AT HOMESTEAD PA. : :> p if

k. 13S MAY MARKELL flow in a healthy and cat :4 f i

e t -, I P* I of London: Ontario ural manner. Menstruation 't "

-- 1LJ Canada, is i a beauti tar.J: right ii i very easy to f. e i

I Iit ful girl who knows agar keep regular! throngh the '

suffering H and Wine cf yearsofwaturewowailhood. t. !s
It 6 Crazed Boy Does Deadly Execution. Cardui Lu brought her hack Then the "dance of life" : \ t

4 : : to health. She u one of the 11.1 i not le feared. Thus ,

I : ; social favorites (.of her home \ \\'me of ".ir.lui i it woman's: t

t With Ax. ) and her recovery to health bet relief from youth to I'

I has permitted .LIT to enjoy j old! age. A million women li j

--. I tl.e company: of Lcr many uvuiayer't' have secured blessed relief i. I
: fr.eti'U; in-'!.'.id cf I Ijing: on from tlieirs-uflt.riiipi by taking : I k

., I 101 1 I ---.- ------ -- a liod of sickness and suffering. For' this treatment. It relievos menstrual ;; t
ECVT MOTHER'S BRAINS OUT. I the health i tf : I
she now enjoys! she gives! troubles in an incredibly shortcredit

SAYS STRIKEIS to Wine of Cardia. Slit writes: time. In a simple tae of deranged t.; f '

I Crusred Skull!| of tcung Sister and Fa. ''I have: found Vine of Cardui an excellent menses Wine of CarJui never f"iU. To i 1
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i tally Injured Four Other Members remedy for female trouble. suffered relieve disordered menses is to remove j t i
for three with terrible the cause of other female troubles. Any ;
I of Family-Tried Also to Kill Two j jOlder I CONSPIRACY years bearing-down
I j pains at the menstrual period.: I could physician will tell you that to remove

1 Brothers hardly stand on my feet and was never the cause of a. disease renders the cure i '

I real well. Wine of Cardui was the only easy in fact seldom fails to complete

,Special to The Daily News I medicine that I could depend on to do me the cure. If you would have the earn. I f

"II I,-. art.; OU l I-).While laboring; Special to The Daily News. I any good, as I tried several with no sue- relief which Miss Market secured try r iccs. I,

and l',r mi-ul al'ei-ration, thu result o! New York, Oct. 10.-Villiam WileI.1 Wine of Cardui cured me and I Wine of Cardai. You can take it with- I. i t "
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examination and
have now enjoyed perfect health for two out an without any i '
Merfr vice president: and counsel for th> I '
strain ol ixrfwting an appliance far; > publicity whatever. You can take it in : (
and
all for
years, give you the credit I i''
Delaware and Hudson I
,111 airhral.whirh is pending in Railroad company know deserve it." the privacy of your home and secure II :
Wabiunston; IX C:, Charh-s Cawley, and one of those present at the I you just as much benefit as if a doctor had r i

a 17 l 'pal'-od: I h }y of Homestead. l'
early today killed his mbther and! one Roosevelt: at Washington, has:: sent 11'': the best remedy to guide her through are feeling the vigor of returning 1 1It
womanhood by starting the menstrual health by taking Wine of Cardui.
four other [ President Roosevelt a letter demanding i
: sister and fatally injured
cr posvs-.es! information of vital value to her _
young hildrvn. He tried also to kill his two that the federal government proceed if _-tS LJf 'L 7 .
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d.tujrhtcr; it pri'i'ious ]1. aawl( ; the rvsiions'ihility
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; older brothers, but was detected, over- aanst! the Miners' union on the A millioneufferinQ women
tin It
iugd.viu kinds of the mother
: The nty'sterintuI WINE of CAKDVI have f land relief in '
'. }4a tb thoughtless girl into the thoughtful woman I"\\p-.d| and turned over to the polic'- ground that It is a conspiracy to prevent Wine CardnL f 4 I i I II I

....-ther tin the watch day and uiglit. As she cares for The weapon; used was an axe with interstate commerce. I J,

..,'.....iug of her daughter, SiH the! woman be, and her which he crushc.l and hacked his victims ilr. Wilcox, it Is said on good authority I J
represents: all the coal operators:: I
beyond recognition.List .
girls were sent to their homes In carriages (I I
in this:: section and was selected a
'::.:? RiiTs thoughts Income slu'-rgKh, when she expori- of the Victims. their LONG LITIGATIONAT l
spokesman.
'h//.iness faintn.-, anti i-xhihits an abnoniul dispo.si.; I II""
The dtaiI are: Britons Lands.
The
letter was made public in this Buy Mining
,-is in the l lk aunt I lower limits, ,rim desire for
eyes : Mis.ilanmu. : Cawtey, aged about 4') city today together" with a letter writ Charlotte X. C., Oct. 10 -An English LAST ENDED
-hko! for the wv'ii-ty of other girls, Wh'llhe i is a
.I! mysi y.'a'h; bead and upper portion of her ten several months ago to the president syndicate' has purchased r.nn acre-; I i
i Il'it"ndth'u; the
im bthrr.huuldgotoheraidpromptly. I
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!body almost pounded to a j lly.IJdlfO' along the tame lines. of mining land m Cabarra ( nnty, 12: -- "
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greatest aid to nature i is L> div J:. 1'iuhhutt'soptrtuttl. '
Cawley. aged 12 years, who miles south of Conrord. The
property !
/ It ]>'ifp.ir'-s the voting; v.-sti-m for the toininjj i Special to The Daily News. ; .
1. >uiv-t ivliaiK-e! m thi.> hour of tiiaL Fh'!i't with her mother; head frightful; MINING TOWNS ARE CUIET. is known as the' Fred Farr estat..
Oct.
Id.
:... Iy crushed.Tin !. and is said to be rich In minerals:: The Chicago Montgomery i J

'- fatally InjuieJ. who are at Much Interest Manifested In Conferences deal was made through Colonel Andrews Ward has won his long tIght for the ,

"' ,: ,f' a New York Girl of Interestt StMtu Slile hospital are: to Settle Strike.11a'SLarre. a prominent English! lawyer, liberation: of the entire lake front 'l j

Josephine, the baby of the family, "- : Oct. 10.-Detachments and the syndicate: will start at once foi park puiuo-es; the supreme court ; I.

very 'Mother and Daughterin aged 15 months, head and chest batteiwl. : of the Ninth regiment and the Philadelphia to develop its holdings The price of Illinois: having denied a. re-hearIng j II
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oi the for l oth sides
I'ae.tlornt.'Ys:: j
J"iniirt.STRIKE'SITUATION
second troop were sent out i paid was q
I consider the question as settled anj ,: .
the Land. Adeline, aged 5 years: ; skull fractured to the mining towns! early this morning .
the litigai.oa aa ended. The whole ,
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and ,,:urn d ht-re after a couple
I 1'1':1.11; tit : I :,. IM.. xoii,:1 w il! publUh this letter, far I want all Raymond. aged::; 6 years, head badlyrrushed. of tours' march. The soldiers round! tract Horn Randolph street to Park ahorn.
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'.v II.\I"I '" ir iifdivim! : diiLtny young daughter. (Her :. and Jroir Michigan: avenue to !
no crowds gathered anywhere, and the
S '1 : '' permanently 1
crufhe-i)
: ,tauduhtt'h! with her theduetordidnot Agnes aged" 10 years heart several towns were reported to bJ I IN NEW\ ORLEANS I i
; cither for a park, and the erection of any I' i
r -.r her }h, art. \'.''l'.'!, Itliut'llwr a Baal deal ; but he did not The Cawleys live" in a new fi-room quiet. The chief interest hero Is in 1
building in the area is ,
iblteJ.
: :.!'iJ "'w-n-- :,:P:.1,1 1., art trouble v\ould carry her otf. Every house on Sixth avenue in Homesteal. the conferences being' held in New -- pl'O '
c.'" u '';ih'rail.; thinner. Mie had all the members re- The opinion hanged down was in thj I .
no appetite and she sat end lat night York between the political! ( leaders and
,:.'. Special to The Dally News. "Lake Front Armory cast>" which
nt 'iiul was t
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was always ton tired to do anything. All tiro! about 10 o'dck.Irs( : Cawleyand the coal operators and the news from
.:1 1. n 1-1: her sleep, though in terrible pain. bed, while ..he last in the long series I" endear- "j' 1
occupied ne New
: Belle there is eagerly! awaited. Orleai'. On in' -A Ii' any
." i .uiniuvd I ; I wa i for doctor's billsreivinr Ray old to obtain pans::. of the lake front
''I >p.'THlingmoney the flthf>:'S. ..Josplhinp.dfllnt' National board Memlwr Fallon, who rain which stated! } l horp! dayhirht an.! I
11n< no help. At that time was taking Lydiilej ; other' betts tor other puipos. s than park purposes.:: ,
mood and Agnes, occupied Is in strike which was st.ll! oM-t..
Fd
It 1 -,'rlhJt.l Conijxnind. and I read in one of your books charge at headquarters, I .. :: tall.i.jr at < :: ,. --
-. 1 d.-chled to drop the doctor and irive her your medicine. and cribs in the same room which isstand said today he had heard nothing from I nau the enect of mateiiallj' !: icdiioii':

.' tae clwnfri-/ her and the pink cheeks Ljdia I:, Tink- floor in the rear." Charles. the President Mitchell and did not Know the crowda( ot itrikeu ;ai.,1: iI\I'lI -\.npathizers SHARKEY RELEASED J !

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.-' "i u! iti.m "tartctlal'ain and her heart trouble went away like Harry, aged!: 14. peoupied the front Graham Brooks ol Cambridge, Mass., ity of the car barn this niornin;? +t t 1

",'iti'u.; the medieine and now she is fat, rosy, and'per- n>.)m second floor adjoining the room tag been in the coal region several Antuipatiug, however thai L-.CN: ON BOND :' : I
.t nati
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'n is nrnlar and painleis. and 1 owe thanks
N. uierful! medieine her good Iealthllt.;. MAKOiKtT my of their mother. days making a further Investigationof might be an early atfraipt to :un rat, -

i A\enue, JCew York (.if.. Pounded Her Head to a Jelly. the situation for t'n'te.1' States La. to give justification! for prompt'y! ordering \ --

bor CommissionerVright.. Instituting the military fi im their arniorks -I to The News: 'J
Some tin'- about :3 o'clock this morn- Special Daily I
u,. .. careful into the of Chief Journoi
iCflTo YOUXCVOMIN 1 (111:. dretshu a iwjuiry charges sent ten wav ni-
and -
Ins rharles qttie.Iy arose. violent :, and will make a report to Colonel toads of polu-emfn to the scene. Mail Newoik, O t. !".-Thomas J. I r
\I't <'\p 'iieiieo in treating fcntalo UN, t':\\tJ1I1in him? 'if: all lint patting on his! Sbarkey, who is charged with betm
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Wright: in few It is cars were usual but efloit g :
a days. un- run as no
SIrs,1'itrkhaut lias gained a linonlcd c which ii of i Fin! !.. r.'irt down! to the cellar arts rtspor.Mle! for the death! of Nicholas \ ,
d"r .tOftI Mr. DrooKs:: i U! pursuing th' I was made to operate cars for the
!" I very ailing >'oungoinan.. Hi>radiiic\ T fails F<>< uitan ax. Coming upstairs new investigalion bn'I'I Fish banker, and who is under indict t'4 II
; by direction of PresidentRou.evi efit of the public.If ; .
i need sue!( help write her. A(ls 1'3'1111Ia..s.: nt into his mothers: room wherethe lr.MAY. I the inclement weptni-r continu11 mont for manslaughter in the first de- f ''

1 victims! were all sleeping.; After I green has been leJeappd: on $;,500 ball ,, j
't has TPxtowl; so many women to lioalth and can the maniac there will probably be a fierce jwblit !
turning the light: ap- Fimpnsonnwnt.
up by Recorder (;loft aftprtllr+oe\\'P'ks'
: !h' fact must U rt'ganled Avith r '''p'ct. This is tho pma( he.l his; mothpr's hl'41sldl'wnn? THROW OUT 25,030.: demand for immediate arbitration. Originally. the amount I f
| I I II. IMnUiamN Vegetable; Compound vliicli caunot'itlitr it Reports were received at police '"
the ax high in the air and brought ot hail was fixed at '15,1""'. Speaking J 11
>' QU'dicinu tho work has ever rodun'd. that the skull Miners' St-ike Likely ti Paralyze iieadquarters that the feed wires on
with such forte
down! of the case, ...reorder If said: "Th ; .
'-'mender these; f.irts wlion some dnugKt: tries to pot was erush"d. The mother evidently Garment and Cloak Industry. Canal street were cut during the night of bail originally set i ;
amount / by at
rI'W'orl<, Oct. lo.-If the mine[;' from Claiborne to Prieur street Vn. me 4- \
ling \\hicli he says: is jiM as good. That is imi>os- never Knew what struck here. but the $15.000 was only tentative, and was t 1
i r mediiniirt has such :a record of cures as Ljai.i U.! rt.iml sun, thinking\ that his first blow strike continues a few days longer, fit they are repaired no ear can be run subject to reduction at the request of I
1. ,etnl untried says The! Tribune paralysis of tgarm'nl over the Canal street line
I > t Compound ; so do not t-xjioriuient with rid! not ilo !its worl:. |pounded\ the deal > thp accused man's attorneys. District '
'.-i,>t Ulri111he one you know is hc t. mother's head almost to a jelly. and cloak industry one ,f Governor lead was up early and Attorney Jerome appeared before '
i the greatest sources of employmenton in conference with the military official Ilf
; :; IW!<>, tire oldest daughter! slept with Thomas 1'. :
: j o I me Foley and sail
sr. ; k FElT If we -innot forthwith <'n the and 6l
rr <'e orlrfn.il letter eignatnr* the east! side, may he expected.One ?, The ft Charles hotel at which J i
; ,: j :" ldal. wliu-U will prone it* fiMolute KHnimi.'i'.,-. rhnmgh the ordeal The" third Pointof he was willing to haSharkey releas.ed \
r I.,1114 i:. I'lukhain Mnlitiim ('fl., Lynn, Mane.CEAMAR'S her mother's head di-1 l of the most conservative members he has his headquarters, was:: throng I j
the aon !bail.
_... on $1,5')1) ;:
Charles hurried to of the Garment :Makers' union. with ctizms railways oflicials ana I
r nut amuse 1 h..r.
struck her who has been for many years associated staff oml ('OS. The soldiers spent the 1

C :: : i I STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZWill h"r with: side the av.of the It bed is thought and that the with that industry, is quoted to the night in their armories and the officers TORCH APPLIEDTO : : ; '

first flow! slipped and awoke the girl effect that ten days more of the strik said that 9't I per cent of the ran-

' She did not I will m an !the throwing out of work of ter rolls: had! responded to the call! :
second.
make regular trip betweenlYnacoIa !hilt only for a J
APPOINTMENTS I at least 25.Mi0 employes. This would! of General Glynn. TOWN I
i i for the next bio* ,
Poiut'ili'hiugtou and have time to :scream: .
be caused: by the inability of the press Governor Heard at 1" o'clock, ac, I i -
killed br.Fiend
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I Freeport. Leave Haylen street I prs to get coal or other fuel with companied by Attorney General Gulon I I }! f I
; wharf Thursday, at fi a. in. and arrive Attacks Smaller Children. the hall :
which to heat their Irons.: A gooJ went to city to met Mayor 'I J
iii.ar. democratic :
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to The News
at Freeport at C p. m. game day. The fiend then turned to the smaller ;! deal of the pressing is done in the ten Capdevielle. After a short conference I Special Dally : I

t .r: .." for the third Leave Freeport Tuesday at C(! a. m. children! and struck each one over ements. Women and children do a between those officials, messen Knoiville Tenn.. Oft. lO.-A ei>eclil j ;:

I 1 --'nut together withi and arrive l'euacola 6 p. in. same the head with the bloody weapon. considerable! share of it. and the mar. g'rs're !sent summoning the leart- I 1 1I to The Sentinel from Bristol says yestcrdiy i ;tl 1'

I ,-i I 'd speakers, will day. Fare round trip ?:j; one way $?. IMievIng! ; that he had! dispatched! I gin of profit Is so small that the cost era of the" strikers to the hall. The i afternoon Lebanon Russell :. j. ; t :

t '. ,' THUS. COMMIX, Captain. them! all. he started for J1-h brother's of changing to another mode of heat I governor, It IB said will Issue a pro'lamation i county, Virginia! was visited by a disastrous i ,1

! r- of the following S)1m room but James the eldest, had been Ing is declared to be out of the question to the people! today. He fire in which the business section ,

I nines and places as --_.- awakened bv tile groans In his:: moth. has hopes of a peaceable adjustment.If was totally destroyed. il 'i
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!1 *. vizlay : Hi:... Life In IVnl. er' roots and a? Charles entered Lo I that fails the situation will be taken Three auspicious looking strangers I J !:\ I

seized! a heavy rocking chair and after GIRL STRIKERS RIOT. hold of with a strong hand. were seen leaving the town as the fire 'i 1 t tprogressed.
I I -- ( Uijjht). Oct. II.I'M I "I jut seemed to have gone all to fierce struggle overpoweredhim Tho rural telephone lines '
a t
Alfred lee! of Welfare
writes \I'
piece",
\, ',' .day (noou.Oct.15.i Tex., biliousness and a lame and turned him over to the police.On Several Hurt In Chicago and Many Are A l")pical African lIIre. were cut during! the fire. This leads 1 I ,' I

Ni i j' r tigs Thursdayr back had made life a but Jen. I the war to the Elation house!' ho Arrested. to the conclusion that the work was i

,>' lt cuuldn't eat or sleep and felt almosttoo fought furockmsly. tut after beta: :; Chicago Oct. 10.-Riot calls, fights O. It. Larson of Hay Villa Hun- incendiary. The loss Is not yet esti f!

> worn out to work when I began placed! in a cell, he calmed down awl between hysterical girls and arrests of I days! River Cape Colony, conducts mated. ;1

i-'May moon i, Oct. 17."Klay I, to ue Electric Bitters.but they worked did! not seem to realize what he had the grl! leaders, marked the girl box I Imakers' a stotd typical of South Africa, at 4:#
wonders. Now I sleep like a top which can be purchased anything ;
0r2 Bottle of Bunwtt's Vanilla Extract 13 I j
f : strike at the plant of the W.
( noon,), Oct. lt>. i t I
have gained in from the "needle to an
eat done.When proverbial
can anything ,
reached the house better than three of the doubtful !
t physicians C. Ritchie last night Pa I
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t 'iiv X EEL, Chairman. strength and enjoy hard work. company : anchor. This store is situated in a 1 '
i" lt.,vi; Ii ER. '. They give vigorous health and new Mrs. Cawley and Belle were d ad. The trol agora; responded to the calls, i valley nine miles from the nearestrailw'ay kind. Though costing a few cent? fr

3ecretar.Veanj life to weak, sickly, run-down peo- I, others are still! living, but the doctors and the wagons were also used to convey station and about twenty- more per bottle its purity and great :j II i

I ir <>\erv hlaq I pie Try them. Only Soc at W. A. announced that they could not live many of the girls beyond the picket five mile from the nearest town. I strength make it the most economical i! ,1 ,

," '9 $ I D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 South through the day. lines of the strikers and their sympathizers. Mr. Larson says: "I am favored i brand. ;
ootntaetvate halIr i Palafox street.Cleaningladies. with the cutom of farmers withina } 1
sixty jrarsby milliontolir radius! of thirty miles, to many of
children while teething, skirts and waists When you wake up with a bad When the girl employes of the place whom I have supplied Chamber !I buying il ilI
II to I I Safe I
ccesg. It taste in your mouth, go at once a Money
soothes byI
the child, left the building they were charged lain's remedies. All testify to their your
!is of specIalties Star Laun and a free sample ofChamberlain's I farniturentJlLifftton Ji
ims.alla'i all Nllncurl's wind one or.r drug store get J
the strikers, and In the struggle, Mary value in a household where a doc

1; n.at-the beet poor remedy little tor atTrr Diarrhoea lm"old dry. ____ Tablets. One Stomach or two doses and Liver will Hillman and Edith Marsh, who had re tor's advice I is almost out of the 'i # Quina's I I ,1,1I I

: by UroRKim In every: pan well. also cure biliousness fused to quit their :ros'Mocs! in the i I question. Within one mile of my
t, Twenty-Hvt make They '
cents a bottle OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine you store the populnt..u. perhap-- x- I Great Put tt flare Emporium. -
t-k for"Mrs.\Vln UWs sooth- sick headache and consti- plant, were thrown to the gi 3und ,
.ad take I tv. Of these, withiu i. Ht tWt. -
ao other kind.
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pation. All druggists and medicine trampled on and severely beaten. : mouths, no less than fourteen ha\ .

*,*ut a magnificent watch Try them. dealers. Rose, Ana and Marline Elite, sisters been absolutely cured by Chamber The finest Hue if furling silver
oysters today.
"Uey? If so, call: on NIC A Cure were arrested on charges of being th* lain's Cough Remedy. This must goods and silver i, 7elties Is to be
POSTLE.
jeweler. He will ac- Foiey's Kidney leaders of the rIot. They were tak$3 ; surely be a record" For sale by all '! found at J. I. late: ...nena'. Prices to

ym. I Big Pensacola.: makes kidoeys and bl&d&r right to a joljce sjatlgo and. the tnj1rd.. druggists; and medicine dealers. I I please all. j jS.

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i THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 1902

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PROMINENT PLANTER: SUICIDES. I LIST OP LICENSES. ''I Name.Oliva :,.

I Smith, Htstaurant. . . . . .
Invited His Wife to See Him Perform 1 1 Oliva with, Merchant . . . . .'
Rash Act Names of persons who have procured licenses of the County of Ei : I Hargis Pharmacy Merchant . . .
Rntherfordton. X. C., Oct. 10.-Hen bia and State of Florida, from October 1. 1W1.: to September, 30, :,' ::: i C. P. Ceparios, Merchant . . . .
ry Campbell, a prominent and welltodo clusive: I J. P. Ceparios Merchant . . . . .
plaster, living near Lattimore, IS i 1-. Collegro, Merchant . . . .
miles from'hen, committed suicide at Name. State. Whitina Stationery: Company, Merchants ?
his barn by sending a bullet thrci'jh C F. Mabson. Merchant . . .
his heart W. M. Faulk, Merchant '. . . . . .$ 3 00 $ I Ptnsacola Produce Company, Merchants. . : :
Fatally trouble if said to be the McMillan Brick Company, Merchant . . . 3 00 \\ A Gahlenleck, Merchant . . .
Mrs J. 1;. Grimlar, Merchant . . . . 300 i L. Apffel, Merchant . . . . [ .
cause of the act. Several times during Goulding Fertilizer Company, Merchants . . . 15 00 I J. Hansen & Co., Merchants .f. . : : :
It Cure t the week he had attempted to take: I Union Naval Stores Company, Merchants . . 3 00 E. N. Lounbberry !Io\\ ling Alley. . . . .
+1That's his life by throwing himself in a well Union Naval Stores Company, Merchants . . 24 00+ 1 i, Stanford:; Davis Merchant . . . .
bnt each: time was prevented by one W. A. Blount. Lawyer . . . . . 10 00 I Frank Philips, Merchant. : . -a. . : : . :
Me ? of the family. Yesterday morning A. C. Blount, Jr., Lawyer. . . . . ? .t. 1000 I Bf's'lelor'lanll., Restaurant. . . .
he told his wife and children he was J. C. Avery, Lawyer. . . . . . 10 00 RaJer Furniture Company, Merchant . . .
going to low his brains out asking H. H. Boyer, Merchant . . '. . . 6 00 'I N. \\ (,Iland. Merchant . . . .
the personal she question reads of the a woman his wife to go with him to the barn W. H. Holifield Merchant . . . . . 3 00 i N. Weiland Merchant . . . . . .
when cures
asks herself diseases the use of Dr.Pierce's and see it well done. His wife rv- \\". S. KeyEtr & Co., Merchant . . . . 30 00 Van Pelt Bros., Merchants . . . .
of womanly by had Geo. F. Mills Merchant . . . . . . 3 00 Mrs A. E. }lcUa.itl.tt'rchar.t.. . .
that he "
Favorite Prescription fused to knowing a '
shouldn't it her? go tii I C. McDavid. Merchant . . . . . ". 3 00 L. :Mayer Merchandise Broker . : : : : .
cure He then remarked to
Why 9 I
h Is it a complicated case? Thousands pistol. G. E. Cranndl Merchant . . . . . 300 G D. Alcock Merchant . ? . ? .
of such cases have been cured by Favorite wife: J. S. Bell, Merchant . . . 0 . . 3 00 John McDavid, Money Broker . . . .
Prescription." Is it a condition "I expert you had better not go, because Sara Smith Merchant . . . . . . 3 U0 J'hnrcDa\ lI, Real Estate Agent . . .
ift which local doctors have declared in- I would blow your lights out Wills & Broughton, Merchants ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 3 00 W. H. Kilbee .Merchant . . . . .
_z Curab'.e? Among the hundreds of thousands first" A A. Fisher Merchant . . .. . . .' 3 (II) I J. B. Brittain, Hotel . . . . . .
of sick womeI cured bv the use of Campbell was 62 years old. and A A. Fishe'r. Lawyer . . . . . . 10 00 'j i J. B li.'ttan.: : < teais tad Tobacrj . : . .
-1 Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription there leaves a widow and several children. J H. Porter Merchant . . . . . . 3 00 Harriet Moore, Restaurant . . "
It are a great many who were pronounced D. Proctor Merchant . . . . . . 300 ;; E. D. Beggs. Lawyer. . . . : : :
incurable by local doctors. Wonders BURGtARS APPLY TORCH. J. B. Dougherty. rchant.. . . . . . 3 00 j W. A. Barnes Merchant . . . . . .
have been worked by "Favorite Pre- C. L. Creighton & Son, Merchants . . . 3 00 Wicke & ("0.. Merchants . . . .
scription" in the cure of irregularity, J. R. M. Gates, Merchant . . . . 3 00 T. E. D'Alemberte Merchant . . : : . .
weakening drains, inflammation, ulceration White Houses Burn They Try to Lost L. C. Crabtiee & Co.. Merchants . . . . 3 00 Mrs. E. Coulson .

and female weakness. It always Bank. J. 13, Welch, Merchant . . . . . J 00 Hop Wine A: Co. Merchants . . . .
helps. It almost always cures Knoxville. Tenn.. Oct. 11/ .-A specialto J. McVoy & Co., Merchants . . . . . 300 i],' C. C. Thompson Merchant . . . . .
of"Three toil .unib years Mrct-t aau" H-ntcs'iFranlcfiird Mr John 1'hil.vielpln-i! Graham The journal and Tribune from Leb. H. Cazt'PIJa.It.'rchant.. . . : . . . 3 00 j', Moore Ice Company, Merchants . . .
l"a "I had a very bad attack of ilrupsy! which anon. Va.. the county seat of Russell E. B. Hottman, Merchant . . . . . 300 !I I C. It Johnson. Merchant . . .
left me with heart trouble and also a very wtaVback : I. county says that safe blowers did a Geo. Bell, :Merchant . . . . . 300 Thos. Polezos. Merchant . . .
lad that I did not Lnuw'
;t what to Al do time with* I wis nusrlf o Mchildren adviteJme hold job at that place. In order 'o Goo. Fa tt t:>. Merchant . . . . . . 304 I ( eo. Stamatien Merchant . . . : :
to trtke \our Kavonte Fre'cnptwn.'but I I give thorn :a change to crack the: safe Carlson & Lind, Merchants . . . . . 6 00 : C. Mitchell Merchant: . . . . . .
11. bad been taking much medicine with cvtrvthintf from the doctor I of the Huv.sell bank Rosasco Bros.. Merchants . . . . . 900 \ 1) Barsame. .
that I was dt-cotraged :: county they set
JJ came to I'hiUiltlphu: two years ago. 'and picking I fire C. M. Jo>nks' residence. W. E.Burns' Strat'on Ice Works, Merchant . . . . 3 00 I I). Barsame, Mc-rcham . . . .
up one ofoiir lit'le VxAs one day tall toread I to Ptnsacola ke Delivery Company, Merchants. . 3 o<) 50I Geo. 1 ono, Merchant: . . . .
for "
II st determined what your to tr mrdmne> it mysrlf h:id dune I took seven others bottle residence! the postotfice and Hygiea Bottling Works. Merchant . . ? ? ? 3 00 Gto Klager. Merchant . . . .
j- s z } *. and to-,tats I am a strung wtll woman.- the law office of 'W. E- Burns and J. Ainiour Packinz Company Merchants . . . 15 00 I ..\ MeD. Moyei. Merchant . . . .
t a ft weighing i?t hound'.. Hive gaiie.t! pounds. C. Gent entailing a loss estimated a* A. E. Stevens Merchant . . . . . 3 ou I J. M. Pfeiffer, Merchant . . .
since I slirtfd use Favorite Prtcnptton'I
"iSf ltj I'riletsclear theoomplexion $:5".f.K). Jas. Stewart, Merchant . . . . . 3 00 A. Bottomly, Merchant . . .
Dr. Pierces and Pleasant the brcdth.T The safe biowers' effort to crack the H. Gladden Merchant . . . . . 300 John Peters Merchant . . .
e sweeten I hank safe, in whkh there was about W. L. Zac-hary. Lawyer . . ," . . .. ? 10 00 I I L. Patches Merchant . . . .
--------- ------- I bd'.iHMi', was l1nSt1C'r" 5fl1l. A nart i! Cudahy Packing Company, Merchants. . . 3 00 I Pensacola<<: Lively and Feed jjtald! !1. >. StaMts.! .
Fir I of the- gang: was seen leaving the bank---I i Cary & Co.. Merchants . . . . . . 6 00 : AorthupCoud!, Merchants ? .
SUES: FOR $50,000. hut t'seapet.ACRE 1. Fled Herrmann. Merchant . . . . . 3 oo ; Mrs. H. Lewis Hold . . .
J. F. lfpiTerIlrcbant.. . . . . . . 3 Ou + :i P. I.. Wildt Merchant . . . :
fir. Action brought Against Executor ani R. Borras. :Merchant . '. . . . 3 00 ; P. L. Wilde Restauiaut . . .
Trustee of Clayton Estate. REVOLUTION. CONTINUES John Nicholas . . . . . . . . 3 Of+) John Nicholas, Merchant. . . .
Denver Colo. Oct. In.-Suit! hahf'n R Kieveer.! Merchant. .* . . . . . 300 ( Geo. GK-co. Merchant: . . . . .
filed Brazilians Arrested and Held as Hostages Jas. McIIugh. Merchant . . . . . 12 00 j D. Coeor 'ras. :Merchant . . : : .
in district! ;
-* court by Mi-s -Four Put to Death Bard well & Cu., Merchants . . . . . 30 I Geo. A. Pettersen. Merchant . . .
.$& Mary E Lathrop a anst Judge Mos >aIlallPtt. New Yoik. Oft 1 >.-The revolution Mrs M. J. Byrnes, Merchant . . . . . 3 00 i Hall & Klein, Merchants . . . .
of the Putted ftatpt'Ollrt.! ">\. in the territory of Acre continues, says J. J Sullivan Lawyer. . . . . . . 10 00 ;, Bowman & Harrison, MerchaiitfV. . .
x)+ wutor anti trustee of the estate of the I a l1-'raid dispatch from Rio Janlero, H C. Witt, Merchant . . . ? ? ? . 300 \ Gohlstucker, Merchant . . . . .
late fin;>e W Clayton, to wwvtr$5fl. Rra/.ll.! Bolivians hare put to death j., Jas. Jadrievic. Merchant . . . . . 3 00 I Hannah Brots., "
ft M; bur allied legal Rervi to the Clayton estate. S. F. Hudson. :Merchant . . . . . 3 UO '' V Hoist & Son, Merchants. . . .
; The will! of (r- 'rge \\'. Clayton treated They also have arrested many other M K. Evans Restaurant" . . . . . . 5 00 i A. Ze litis. Merchant . . . . .
t a trust fund of $I.acifftfal! for the Brazilians and are holding them as I M. K. Evans. Merchant . . . . . *. 300 I D. Ferro, Merchant . . . . . .
1, establishment in Denver of a college hostages Fritz Zerr. 300 I G. P. ::Stanton Merchant . . . . . .
,'_ for ]K nr white male orphans, and hiss Some inhabitants of Acre have taken -I I II W. L. Hall Merchant . . . . . . 3 00 i; G. R. Stauton. Merchant . . . .
J.athOl.asl's her claim into custody the secretary of the Donifay & Son. Merchants----------------------- 3 09 N. Dow 11 s. Merchant . . . . . .
) on alleged service Bolivian governor. D. & I. Mayer. Merchants . . . . . 3 00. W. P. Ue.j.1 Merchant . . . . .
In defendir a suit which souent Porter & GUI ley. Merchants" . . . . . 300 S Tabarras Merchant . . . . . .
4 } q 'y' to have the trust declared void and M I.. Roch. Merchant . . . . . . 300 W. Stone.Merchant. . . . . . .
the fund distributed among Clayton's Natural Anxiety. M.: L. Ru<:h. Restaurant . . . . . 5 00 i, J E. Diibiiis-bon &: Bro., Merchants . .
r 'r heirs.i' Mothers regard approaching winter I 1 Dunn Capps. Merchant . . . . . 3 00 I L. A. D'lbui.sson, Merchant . . . . .
4 rs 1 with unea-ines; children take! ): Mrs. S. E. Lewis. Merchant . . . . . 3 00 { Pen! aella Boiler Works, Merchant . . . .
G. A. R. Selects 'Frisco. cold so easily." Xo dieae cost* more I Mrs. J. McKee Merchant . . . . . 3 I\f 0 Jai-oby Grocery Company. Mt bants . . .
h 'r Washington. Ot in.+ -San Francisco little live* than croup. It' attack i i.. C 1rasa1i, Merchant. ? . . . . . 3 00 J E. Wulf Lawyer. . . . .
co today was selected! as the piaiv lur ;;o sudden that the sullerer n often F K"II.! Merchant . . . . . . 3 0" Mrs M, Pettersen. Merchant . . . . .
holding thp n.-\t wamiunent of thaI i beyond human aid before the: doctor j. M. Tabairas. Muchant . . . . . 3 00 i iJ H. Pittmau. Merchant . . . . .
I f Grand Army of the Ri-jtibllr i arrive*. Such cases yiU readily to D Johnson. Merchant, . . . . . % ? 3 00 i Pun & Robinson. Merchants . . . .
One Minute Couzh Cur'. 1.ignifieethe W A. Everette Merchant . . . . . 3 00 Post & Hnhil11,n. Stable .
"I I tnucu,, allays it It lUlmatiou. remove H. Horsier M I.'n.handise Broker . . . . . ;; V Cathobas. Merchant . . .
The \\ or"t FUrllI. i '* danger. Absolutely. A<"* It H Casw-ll :Merchant . . . . . 3 oo l"II'I! Filiingiffl Bros M* rchants- .

I'I ;Multitude* are inlltJ-: : the praiofKodul >-< iminedi-itely. Cure, couchcold*. Nick Peters Merchant: . . . . . 3 00 1 : C M. Jones Law)er. . . . . ,
;m, the new di-covery which i grip, brouchiti all tlir-a': -iml l lun? 1t m. <'UOIII bs, Merchant . . 3 Oo B A Inn. Meiciiaiit . . . .
it ii linking many ick people well j| trouble. F. S. McMahon. Hampton. )II | C. C. Shmehouse, 3 00 .1. M.: Williams. Merchant . . .
t and we Ik people -tronir by dige'tin, ? I Ga. : "A bad cold rendered me voice.'i; Nick Maskona. Merchant . . . . . 300 1 it C. Moore. Men haul . . . .
what they eat, by cIPan! -ittt{ and! !'I less ja-t before all oratorical contet.i 1i i 11 Hear Men-ham . . . . . . 3 00 1 ; \V L. Morgan & Hru Merchant- .
tl p sweetening the stomach and by i intended to withdrew but took t G, o Oliver. Merchant . . . . . 3 ii 0 1 : W. i. Morgan lit Hu Merchant.W .- . .
'. transforming:.: their id loin thp Oue Minute Cough Cure.: It restored" H na''i.rl'hant. . . . . . 3 o<) 1 j L Mortau: & tins..M& 'hantW > .
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."' 1 4i kind of pure rich red blood that j my Hargis'voice PI in time to John win, the rued \1. I II T Francis \Krchau . . . . . . 3 00 1 j L. Morgan A< Bro.. Merchai-ts . .
r make you fee! giwd all over. Mr. I Sidney Kahu.arm cy, Sheppard, i P R H.'lt Money! Lender . . . . . . 5 l W. I. Moujan k Bio :!o.lttn'hallls. . .
'f'\ : i1! Cranfill. of Troy, I. T., 'nitlFor : MrH! V Ih nilall. Merchant . . . . 3 Oo 1 ;; \v. L I: Mutuan & Bro Merchants . .
'I.1'1 a number oi year I was troubled -- -- John, Dul.oMerchant. . . . . . 3 till 1 ; I-en.siicola Gar Company, Merd.ai.ts . .
'i. 1 .t'. with iudigP-tin and dyspepsia Mr SALVED D F. Pal !k"r. 1 Pcn.-acola Ca.s: Company Gas ('e, . . .
;1' \. which grew into the wor-t f.>rm. 1 'he : T \': Jv ow:v.il.-. Merchant . . . . . 3 oo 1 ; : L tM'hilier. RtMauiant . . .
11'f< ,1 .. \ ; Finally I wa. iiiituc"d to u-e Koiio! most healli'881"6 trtt worir7KNKKAL > G I) liiamhall. Merchant . . . . . 3 00 1 lets J. N Toi K, l l.s..n Merchaut . .
aud after usiuj f-jur bottle am en Thunijj.-iin Olsen &: Co., Merchant . . . ;{ 00 1 .1. (!, eker. fHd.alll. . . .
[ tl(!; tirely Kodt cured.all -ufler I heartily recommend : : I'Itlat: H ,cHt.Jtn.E: J Ji 1 G. \ Dohl'trom. :Merchant" . . . . 3 00 1 S. Gei-ker. Min hal,' . . . . .'. .
to from inui:.e;;tiou ( ---- Ni'k Mills. Merchant . . .
I 4 and Take J : . . . 3 00 1 .1. P Goomnlopos<< Merchant .
I'Of l-'t meal dyspepsia.: It dine-ts what a dose after i Following; i i. the schedule of the; E i':. Saunders & Co., Merchants. . . . :3: 00 1 R. Simmons. Merchant . . .
li t/ Hargi. Pharmacy, John you tat j II tovernment-teamerGeneral" French : B F. Gainer.; Merchant: . . . . . 300 1 Sam Johnson. 1"ll'hant. . .
f :Shepaid.Kidney : I which THE Nv.ws print'* for the 0 E White. Merchant . . I
t Kahn I ? ? ? ? 3 Oo 1 A. C. Bmkley, Lawxt'r. . .
b 'J __ _ their Benefit of the merchants who hip R I D :\rl l'tlom & Co., Merchants . . . ? 300 1 i Porter. Brown Ac Co :Real Estut\ Agents . 1
'P Negro itaobea. goods to the various! army ILesvea i I M! (' Flowers! Merchant . . . . . 3 00 1 i Goldliai-h Bros.: M.re-hants . . .
[I ; 1 Costa : 1 \\.I Yau-s. Merchant . . . . . 3 00 1 i Geo. Bell. Merchant . . . .
1 moray: PrnsscoJft! .. _... 7:1J N) B. m. .\ lonllt'Y.1": : chant . . . . .
; ) I if avfs Karrancas.. .. .. 7.50 B, m. . 3 00 1 I Johnson Bros St(>etlores . . '
Leaves ..... Si"ah Charles Restaurant . . . . ., '
Pecn. a n' z-'u. had a dt cat ulty with: ir.egro Ficltens .. ":HOa. m. 0 2 : Gto Kupfriac Men hair. . . .
: iab H ; r resulted: in the latter b"! Arn\f BH.Taiicns iiio H. m. and Mi5a.' then m.I I' Van Soy News Company. :\ Merchants . . . 3 oo 1 Get Far.....*. Merchant. . . . . .
; ns stabhp] makes a trip to Fort McKee and Hlen re- 1 1n Van Soy New l'umpanIerchants.. . . . i 5 oo 2 Gulf Naval Stores Compinv M.'r'-/Iallts./ . . .
ti'ti'3' 1n the perk just under the left ea-. rUe to Harrancas. I J. G. Heard Dentist . . 'i i1
Leaves Karrancai . .. 1:19 ,' . . . 10 00 5 I) Hale Wilson) & Co. Real Estatteents . .
i }1 Perm made his esoai'" and is still: ..t Leaves Picktns ... .. I:5: p.m.p. m. Aleer.Sullivan Lumber Company. Merchants . . 18 o.> ft D Hale Wilson Ac ('I).. Money Lender . . . .
,:' ', .\ (.1 large. Leaves. ft-BsttcoI; ... __ 4.SOp.: m'l I Mrs It C. Hawks Merchant . . . . 3 oo 1 Jos. Coleman. Merchant . . . .
:tj\ !'I\t' :: 'J, ( {Arrlvei&'I"1'81'lck..ns Karrnaciis. 5._::_(i _p._ m.. ....aad. 5:15 makeirlp p. I W. A. Miller Merchant . . . . . . 3 00 1 G. M. Kirkpatrick Merchant . . . .
:r:1: i.. Negro Assaults Registrar. ( to McKee and return. I J .\ Gilmore Merchant . . . . . 3 oo 1 i (;..0. W Pryot & Sons. Men bantsGo . . .
I A Ii' Raleigh. X f'.. (M. 1't.-A: Coaoord On Wedne"danaudlurda" : '\-* the I A F llahn Merchant . . . . . . 3 Oo 1 j \\'. Pryor; k tons, Stable. . .
t 3+. ,,v! Election Registrar Ftarj McKennev boat will!! leave Barranca: via Picks G R .iiind'-is. Merchant: . . . . . 3 00 1 \, Arthur! Pe-t,'rs. Merchant. . . . .
; jn* for Pensacola at 6:80: m. j C. Thiesen Liquor Dealer. . . . .
i 'L p was assaulted by a nrgro he had refused p. i 500 00 250 ; H. M. Habopa. Merchant . . . .
U. t' ;J j 1, to allow to rl' lst'r. He'as The General French is for army ( (' Thicken Liquor Dealer--------------------- 500 00 250 Gen Wailer Merchant . . .
f a 3{ M struck with a brick. The purposes only arid any outsider must | C. Thieaen. Cigars and Tobacco. . . . 500 2 Mrs L. A Charlton Merchant . . . . .
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1& : ; negro fled, lave a pa*> from the quartermaster i ij C. Thiesen. Cigars and Tobacco. . . . . 5 oo 2 Ales Lash r. Restaurant . . . . .
i1 i jfij f but was raptured.: It is the first as take pas-ace o i her. I i G. Giardina Liquor Dealer-------------------- 500 Ot) 250 i John Floe :Merchant . . . . .
: J Sault of the kind 1 yet reported. I I II G. Glardina.; Clears and Tobacco . . . . 5 00 2 I G. Giardina. Restaurant . . . . .
l"i t ; .. I G. Giat 'Tina Merchant . . . . ? . 3 00 2 i) Nick Kieras. MerebantG . . . .
lit I A \\'ad.I..r'hmt! : . . . . . 3 00 1 <nos. :Merchant . . . . .
A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT. A \Vaii, llnl'L"ndt"r" . . . . . . 5 I IR I Mrh L. Neihhius! Merchant . . . . .
1 Mr. Owm Dunn, of Ht-nton. Ktr- rnani'.rz Merchant . . . 3 irk i C. Apostle. :Merchant . . . . .
: ) ryV.. V-i.. write. : "I have had .1 T p'l'lip.ii.!! Merchant . . . . . 3 00 1 A F Frentel. Merchant. . . .
t ; kidney and bl.ulder trouble for vear-: v-s: I..1 St-eser. Merchant . . . . 3 00 1 j Glt-e! & Markore-a. .
i and it become *o bad that I wa- I;: M fj-iirr.ft;: .Merchant . . . . 3 lIft 1 ('. Gle<:o. . .
f. obli- ed to get up it least a doz. n ft. :< v. Mre hant . . . . . 3 01} 1 Miss F. Blair Merchant. . .
time a nuht. I never rwi iced anti t H !il I"j i i';. \ Merchant . : . . . 300 1 S. W McNeil.: Merchant . . .
permanentbenPfitfrom any nredi ,- 1 tl I l F 1.! :!::u h sen. Merchant . . . . 3 m j j Swift & Co.. Merchants . .
,JiWI cine until I tried Foiey' Kidney \ H lU'lt! Merchant . . . . . 3 00 1 J S Williams Merchant . . . .
Cure. After using two bnttl'-, I ali M-n Hi '' Merchant . .
t ) i .xii . '. . 3 00 1 Nick Angelo .
4rty cored.V." .
.\ D'Alemberte. li'l <. I !i' \Iiam!
Merchant--------------------- 3011. 1 John Pierre M"rcnant . . .
tiI Palafox street. ". K: \\'Ilil' .Ierchant . . . . . . 3 oo 1 j Nick Mitt-boll Merchant . '
3U If I K KiM; ] Merchant. . . . . . 306 1 j Pen acolaVat -r Company Water Ci . .
to a friend you want, a and nice look pre.ent to ;rive: !HI'I Thomson. Merchant . . . . . 300 1 I II M Gonzalt-z. Cigar Fai-tor . . . .
t elegant line go of suitable through; the Mo-tan Moore Merchant. . . . . 300 1 :i T. L Barrenean & Co Merchant . .
;'til; J. I. tf\l'h.eu, you surely article can find at G; \1 Thomas. Merchant . . . . . 3 00 1 j! i.. M Davis. Real Estate A $ent. . . .
E something to please If l"cuk & Co. Money Mrs. S Ot>Tha for. Merchant . . .
t want anything in the Diamond you. line you Grant & ('0., Money Lenders. . . . . . 5 I I'j W. P Creary Merchant . . . .
be sure to see him before you buy. Bowman & Gunter Merchants . . .* 300 1 N. Goldrine. Pool Table . . -
LIGHT YOUR HOUSE WITH CAS N C T'.IIt-r. Dentist . . . . 1000 5 i N GH-.ring. Cigars and Tobago . .
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i ,J"hn'un't.. Merchants . . . . 304 1 N Goldring. Cigars and Toba.- o. .
I Thus Swan. Merchant . . . . . 300 1 I X Goldring, Liquor Dealer . . . . .u,
hr KIDNEY jEASa116Iat' ;' &('('.'..'':1) HV THK I''';\S.\'OI.\ S A. Friedman Liquor Deal ,. . . . . 500 00 250 X.' Goldrins Liquor Deak-r. . . :;.."
N S..1. Friedman. Cigars and Tobacco . . 5 00 2 F. Patti. MercbanV- . . . . . :
1 1 G.is ( ()}JI>.\\ Y. ; Bonaker Bros MerchandiseIrokers.. . ? . 5 !I J. A. Ryan Merchant . . - .
W E. Montgomery. Merchan' . . . . . .,.
ih* most: fatal c&U &i.rtll lt t merit are of the utmost 'tahllity. . . . 3 00 1 : Miss M Sullivan Merchant .
and when once installed 1'! (' )'.iI.r! Merchant: . . . 300 1 I Roberta & Daii:;. Merchants . . .
there Piec-illa Bibb. Restaurant . . . :5 oo 2 E. W.. Mclntyre. Merchant . . . ..
11 no morn expen-e than th>it for g s 1.:1. Hill. Merchant . . . 300 1 ; A. G. Falks.Merchant . . . .
;1It rni kID EY EUXE ''I' cniiauuinl. Our service i? of the I N Cassar. 2 l Lola l lIt'rron. RrstaurantW. . . . . . -
rule 1 1 i r&itgyp lushest tltlLMbticy, and always like W E. Marble. Merchant . . . . 3 c-o i i ;I M. Barnett. Merchant . . . . .
; our Iin'lu*, thoroughly reliibie. In I F F. Martin. er<'hant. . . . . 00 1 o l E. Anderson. Merchant . . . .;
i I II jctutpan | C E. Baker. Merchant. . . .. . 3 00 1 A D Morrison. Merchant. . ,
I 01 moMy refunded CcoUi&Tnmtdin -ou with utter mthods of I II I Ili McMillan! Mill ('omp- ; ..1,-" har:' ? ? ? 9 Of) 4 W.; B. Wright Co.. Merchant- 1" '
!,niiiikf, the i-ost of our system will \\' A. Watts Mercha- r . 3 00 1 Hugh Brown. Merc-bant. . jHugh ",
recopnJitd fey ant bt found much moretconomical.Peosacola H Rhodes Novelty C many' M. !.arts: . . 3 0o 1 Brown. Restaurant.. ., "
t>tnt phyiJdM u the ixst for i Patsy Nelson. Mercha . ? 3 00 1 J. A Morrison Hotel I . 'I" ,
X and BJtidtf rousts! (! John Zlrkelbach. Mr t. . . . . . 3 00 1 : I. T. Carter Merchant .:\, '
nay ( Gas Co. C J Johnson:; M> rch. . . . . . 3 0.) 1 \ H TralllHJt.'I''hant . . '
offs nxa o ark lJ 1a \ H P F'linsim! ; Mrr . . . 3 mi 1 : :' Tai arras Merchant . . . . '
+4 W A,, D'ALKMBERTE. N Zune Met'! cant . . 300 l ;; E Edward Merc hant
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 11,1902.



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!. I :=t. . . . . . . 10 F0 5 00 I BELR. :1
Merchant . . . . 3 0') 1 511 !j Measures to Be Taken with View o* Two Attempts at Murder: and Afterward fvre

I 1 ,Ilant . . . . . 3 jO 1 511 Remedying Deficiencies. a Suicide.!
90 :.4'rchant.-! . . 3 00 lu; I London: Oct Irt.-Ther*> sems ailast New York. U.t. 10.-Mysterious !

', :.allt . . . . . 3 00 1 5'' i to lx some r-jai pros>j*>ct of London's I features! surround t\, o attempts a. on Lager. i ;:
'I ..! TrJharco 'O; j 2 50 nnirk. f
.In a: out- fate tort betas taken in : aid afterward suicide ou th.
, Co. . . . I Ili .
:ty Comlauy! < Insurance<< 2 5ti ) hn.ntb) prank! min of Imsinos_ I lower west sl<1'e. Beer stored I
," rehant: . . . Co (i:) 3 00tii On ,
I) JHchallt . . . . . 1. 00 C IJI I' with a view of rrn yln* its a..f ici I Wednesday Mrs Adams t'-
,I} '. IIro., }IeJ'halb. . . . . 3 OD 1 t,4 end s. At the irstanoo of J S. Mor f a pl *le.ivr. was aunuttwl a hos.ai: and maturing

, :,.l1ant. . . . . . . 3 fit) 1 50 I Ran & Ox the Atlantic Transj'ort wra. wftwe she fc rein: ; treated for a but\ '
'IIJ I 1.lre. . . . . . 10 GO 5 0)I zany: the Barings and others, of strai I let wound in the head. She was ac till mellowed

IJI I, lerchIUltS. . . . . . 3 UI1 1 50i.rchaI I lar staailir;. the lord mayor has sum (ntpunted by Ifenry DnlChstt"' t. Hc-j !

. . . . ... I she received and ripened
4ii \i tB. :;0111) 2(10); I motttl a mnfrRwi + to take place! n the wound is not knownas

'JI 'l"ur Dealt.'r; . . . . 504; 04 2)0;) 00 i the Mansion! houso o*. with th< 1 I the! stotka told do not agree. Pwea
". taurant . . . . ;; 00 2 51) I II't.ar ohjci-t of laying heoix :; ty-fo'ir hours later Broekstedt! enter into wholesomeness is "on I

I hn Pal.tory. . . . . 25 13 I IlI a ri-attK-able !'y'o\'HnnY'HI'1 e.1thf l Adams home and found the I
III . . . . :; 00 7s',) I I"I' prO"*emhnt of the port hustaixl of the wounded woman then lager." All Anheuser-Busch
I Ieah-I . . . . . jO) (I II) 20;:; 00 I alone. He ; r
Among the attacked Adams with
Intlr'batco. . . . . 5 (It) 2 50dw proposals which are attracting arevolver beers thus "lagered" until i -'
: 't !..lIf, . . . . . 3 Ou' 1 50 attention is the abandonment! beating him over the heat: are
I, 'l!, d II t . . . . ::1 00 1 50 of the ptMrnt dork and wharf syvtnnon and then hot him. for
I:, -tH'd.lIlt' . . . . . Iii 00 I # 7 50 which the W'E'nt d,*>k commission The l jiolh-e took up the chase and a perfect use. t: E

J'I ..:. "t.1! I:. . . . . ::1 ('0. 1 :,,) promi.-rf-d to exwnd) $l40.0("iO and convert few hours later found Urockotedt dead
I .\c' . . ., . . 10OO 500 C or 7 nn\e\ s into tl vast tidal dock In hU room in !>>minick! street. HE AnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n I

'.' t t . . . . 3c''4 150iehants fnNMng ampo: room for all kirujs; ol had f1wa.llu..e.1 a Quantity of carbolic: 1" ,
,; . . . . 12 (00) G 00 craft. r ri acid and then shut himIf. Adams WAconveyed <= St. Louis, U. S. A. ( t t
. . . . . 3 00 1 50 I L.- to tIle hospital I. \vhe-e his J
\ Brftieri of the famaos Budwelser. Mlchelob. BlacK 6 Tan. Faust,
. . . : II' fit wife t t
; lay. Th. couple: were r It'. -mitw.: Pale>Laier. Anh.user-Standard. Export: Pale and Exqulilt: :
., "I.t. . . . . . 300() 150.L II i Viceroy Tao Muh Dead. to I;
ponwrw. but no clear! idta eo11hI' Oi>MlEIssER: : KKOS.: Wholesale IhaliTIViiNjcola Fla. '
. . . . 300 1 50.t ,| Hong Kong CM. 10.-Tao t.fuh"lc be gathered of the : !( J ;
.. . . . . . 5 00 2 50 i tx>)' of the prm-iw of Kwatig Tune :bh'Kting: other than
I ;i. t.' . . . . . 300! 1 50 i i and Itvar.g SI. is d..ad. Adrites II I that Urotkstedt ha 1 attempted\ a doll THE NEW GROCERY STORE. .

: . . . . 3 00 1 50 : brought to Ta.>ma. "Wash. SepL 10 I, LIe murder, because of Jo Iousv.

. . . . . 3\10 150 :, by the steamer Vk-tirria! ware to the '
'.' . . . . 5 Ou 2 50 t-Cctt that Tao Miih led been forcedto To ACCOMMODATE ttioe who are t I' Iii
. . . . J1
\1 "I. 300 15.1.I partial to the u-e of atom :t>r. in applying :
,',' ,. . . . . 500 I rpsign and rf\re\ to private life liquid* into the naal pa- WILL MOVER ,
.I I ,:u wy L' I..I, ts . . . 500 by the btf! rete.'niln! attacks' ma! "
: . . . . 900 -1 50 him bv tiu1 eunuchs of the palaceat i I prepare Cream Balm. Price, Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Dato Stock I a t"t"o
:
. . . . . 100') 500t P'Wn.iiobr' hatred htcl had jni I including the spraying tube i i" 7.;>ct=. t
. . . 304)) 1St) !i cum.i ..\. : Iruingit: i or by iiriil. The liquid j jI Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. > t.
',. .: Ih.all.'rs . . . .500 00 250 00 i i embodies the medicinal propertiesof t
and: Tob:, II. . . . 5 011 2\50 I' N'ay Ask Charge of Venue. the solid preparation. Cream No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block. i t j tTCLEPHOF.

',;, I I' . . . . 300 L50 ,j Raleigh tilt to.-It is intimatod Balm i is quickly absorbed by the : 3.7 r '
: : '. ."Ull'P Co, . . . . 2 50 ,! that Janit-s wilco trul and cunvitt- I membrane: and doe not dry up the I _. 1
,' . . . . G0 0 30'} for the I secretions: but changes them to a j .1 ed Kl/ahPth! City munI..ri
i! II tant"! . . . 15 00 7 (50 i' at natural and healthy character. Ely I! '
.1 Xrilif Cropscy. may asl for are. Brothers, Warren St., \ Y. MICKE & CO. ti tiI
'.' . . ? . 600 34)0 i i I I r
moral of the to another county,
tase
.. tupany, Mt'rchants. . . 15 00 7 50 I H
t ,, rchants. . 15 00 7 :.;uLt I on tt>o ground that be cant get jusI We will launder your spreads for

l.1; ,' :r Company t'ontpany Merchants. . . 15 00 j ;50ill. ; I, too in I'asquotank. \ like 15 cents: uw.each htar and Laundry.CASTORIA make .them look Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter? t I IIi f

.. ': [ul: : .\ltey. . . . . 150{} 7 50; P Pi i ,
t'u: II'l all.1 Tobacco. . . . 5 00 2 51) (t I
t'i: .u: Alin! Tobacco . . . 5 on 2 50 1 I I / : o. i Se nth Palafox Street I

:"'qt.'r ((1.'al'I''' . . . . 5to 0') 21);; 00Lbl.,1r All Kinds oi: Plumbing ana Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand 1. '. ;1F.Lt1PIJONItJ
Dialers! . . . . 5tO 00 250 0') This signature is on every box of the genmae For Infants and Children. .' I
.,.r 110 al' r . . . . . 5(1) 00 20;; 00I !; IJlxative Bromo-Quinine Tabicu I I. WAI\ rKNKAOOLA KIW i f t f 1

II'I alll 1'o.all'o.: . . . . ;5 00 2 fn the remedy that core a cold in one daJ.I The Kind You Have Always GongM _. i f } I

.:ul: \ 'I[ ,h:1I, CO. . . . . . :5 00 2 51) I[ .BOND ISSUE TO PAY DIG DEBT.. f "
I I h a' . . . . . ZOO 00 2)1);) (0'') : I Bea.rsth& // WEEKLY SCHEDULE t' I

l..1\.r. . . . . . . 1000 ;5; 00 i ( I FOR STEAM DIVISION tlPENSACOLAELECTUICTEItMIIIAL
I.Iqt; r Dt'alers . . . fiOO UO 20;:; (00 I Mississippi Has Obligations of Over I Gigoatore If You Have i'
1.1I(1lUr( Dealers . . . . 500 00 20;; 0dt'Iar I! Half a Million Dollars! to Meet II I : : 1

_. .; awl Tobatta . . . 500 211 : Jackson Mist: Oct.li' >.-\Viih out RAILWAY COMPANY.
: (t'Ietl'! awl Toba'"' II . . . 5 00 2 ;50:; I standing obligations! to he met nI *'\'. CHOICEST f f
?'tll'hallt., . . . . . 3 00 1 :50tilt"l I i Trains leave Pensacola for the Ltllll ,.
half mil RheumatismUB1GSOL' Bayon, Big Bayou, Warrington, Navy Yarl
I month a-n.oiintins to over a -OFFROITS -
ant . . . 300 1 51)1'rtl'Int I and Fort Barrancas at t j
\1 ; . . . . 15 00 7 50: I lion dollars! and only J.:tf.OOO new in 1
'"'
nr'1 . . . . .10 00 5 440I I the vaults a (iry. It will bt f m COSFECTIORERI[ 1 1I 10uo a.m.arrive! a. m.arrive at at Fort Kort Barrancas Barrancas 10:49a.x T15ar. f', t f,

I ,. . . . 300 150ii I x.sary for the state of Mississippi: 'endorsed the (frost tested California and 1:00 p.m.arrive at >'ort Barrancas 1:*6 p aBSOp. ., I
. . . :: m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:16 pa
,1. . 3 1)0 1 50 to make an Issue of Morels within! the Remedy will cure I
I
. . . . 3 00 1 fiO al-o cures Liver Kidney and ft:1 p. m. arrlveaL Fort Barrancas 7:00p. ,
.;. "I ,1 I next 3', days and It is i>r'>Kabl? that I Tedder '8:00p.m.arrive al Kort Barrancas 8:4iptt 4
: . . . . 300 1 50 the firt If sue will exceed ?2WO-! 0. APOSTLE'S uric acid.diseases It never caused fails by and an builds excess up of Trains leave Fort Barrsncesfor Penis I' ,h _,
.11 \ ,:. .'I . . . 10 00 5 00tits The state fluids have l-en at a low> the health end strergth while using it cola *t7.IS S I I
. . .. . 10 00 5 00 I Send stamp for book of wonderful certificates a.m. arrive at Henaacola .... 8:00 ".If *
St.
: . . _. . 10 00 5 (0')
'. ;.;: I I t . . . . . 300 1 50 1 I' to the tact that the tax payments: t'>.. : Formerly Cordova: Restaurant BtanfO.ic supply by >ou It will your be sent prepaid upon 2:00 6:
., : t . . . . 300 1 50 I tie fiscal year have: nearly aUt trtr receipt of price. Address ':00) p. m. arrive at Pensaoola_..._. 7:45: p. ; i. ,
of at 11.71
11.\' . . . . 300 150 made, and the expense of ertrfin..;, car-load Pineapples Chemical Co. Los Angeles.Cal. "!!:i6p.m.arrlveatPso8..00Ia.8IIIJD.. t 1 I i I
t dozen. Urlcsol
to $2.uo tard "f'
8 only
. . . 10 00 50t,) : the new state house has___ IIl'l'n a heave per &Ti I
.. theLH.Brniiswig&Cp.JewCrlfiaiiL2
or
,: . . . 10 00 5 00 drain on the finances. Thus far th -- -- -- -- F\BKFOBWCIK DAYS. I

. . . . .10 00 54)1) : structure, which is rapidly! marina Fensacala to Fort Barrancas and return *WPeneacola
,: I.' . . . . 10 00 5 00 : completion! has !)toeD erwtd without to Navy Yard and return_ liPeaiaoola I t'
,' . . . . 300) 11); i the issuance of a single bond although 1 Distributing Agents. jl to Palmetto Beach and return Itf j i; I
. . . . .1200 Gut I I million FIARPERWIIISKT Orlfi+ta SUNDAY SOHIOUDB:
authorized a
the legislature 4 '* I "i
1 . . . 300 150 I r0r0'dtN't When weather permits the running o #
Etate onViaiswisely I
. . . . 3 00 1 fiO i dollar issue, but the open coaches. ,
PrnaaoolaBa. Lv Fort Barranttl '
the Leave
. . . . 300 150 deemed it best: to use geu l m. IOam, '
. . . . 50904)) 250(40( :;t..1! . . . . 600 300 !1 and thus save a goodly :sum, in inU'rear 4Scientifically m. 211. m.. I" 11Ip.m ,
Ju.m.
.: . . 3 00 j( 1 foil f fI' and also reduce the rnaxtnnini of thtISbllO. m p.m. ; I.

. . . . . 300 150' KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASPermacol 4 P.mftp. pm, 't
1, 1 !l.. . . . . . I 504) In November the trmMiry Trill b" ip.m. m., 1 i p.p.m.m. f ;!"

. . . . . :I 00 1 50 I compelled tll pay out $:jtO,',f, for state Lodge No. U, K. of f., I lAAJ roa RC.VDATfenia'.ola ,>i
. . . . 3 00 1 fiO ,
I pensions.. $27,<>uO for the ( hic aea.w. y meets every Monday evenIng I to ort Barrancas H&TJ f
. . . . . 600 300 at 7r1) At Castle Hat: I lard and retort_._.____ IMfeaitscla
: s'h'MI fund, and about $25:! MO for t-:>c'ounxr.t 'k In thtHloant .. v. tioi: to Palmetto eaob cratnrr. :
I !.llIls. . .'. 50 00 25:: UO' J ,
___
The' KQlldliig third Rotrv'UItlDg ___ IN t
T, is err.. . . . . 11) 00 5 (If) expens.es of govemmxnl. brethren I'ordl"'l -? .
No II.
,4 l'Allht erne &ft r 116 o. BIp. > .
. . . . 5 00 :259 last legislature; authorized too <&* O' welcomed ? I

. . . . 3 00 15') the state house and bond issue for the, .f c,:. HOKPLER If.A LEE u.,; ;
f t . . . . 3 00 1 f,0I general fund and the bowls wUl wi'i K. li. A a The Beer
I . . . . . GOO 3uO for a perlml of 3') years and b. ar ir:' -- J'I ,
. . . . . 200 00 lOll (1'1 :! ter. st at -1 !>or cent.I J I
,,: :11:1.: .5 00 2)11: ,, I. 4J1 CURE YOURSELF i iI That Made: @ I''

'.1 :':lt . . . . . 5011 2 :.uI I I: Distilled CCRF.9inlt"id.e. ',n KlgO for unnitnra;, -
I . . . i' . 300 1610 ::I BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. di.chargeenaanrnattoDrDaar. irntdtiuDd or uht-r tiuu'!
. . . . . . 300 150 ; )Iri1.1linervmith.l of D lUvill ei Naturally Aged Pr.enta cot t. of PainlfSB mucous, sod n.iiulprs'ie nut ttbtna1gcvt AtNHEI! I tn FMaV U S SIFS I
I:,'a1 Estate A euts: . . . 1000 50') i iI i Ill., write : ''I had bro: hitic.: for .. ) or poieooous.Solii i il.
tit 1\1. nsttl'aUl'e ( o. . . 2 5H I twentv i years and never Rot relit Absolutely Pure : by Drnselst/l,
{',J. . . . . . . 2 ;;0 until I used Foley' Honey and Tar U. or fnt expr in o..plain pn>p wratrfrty .i.i. /oi,: 'i 4 ,
,.n''o. . . . . . 20: ;i which i is a sure cure" Contum no.ophtt' Item ,\1111 safest for till t'sfs. P p ft.w! ur 3 bntta.. |-.>,75. 1 I t .

. . . . . . 2 5" !'. W. A. D'Alemberte, HI 1 1 H. Fur bale byDannheisser l Ircular 4X45 as rxducet. I VICTORIA !

I . . . . . . 3541 ,, 1'alafox. !
. . . . . . 2 1 I ----- ---- Bros. E- : I
1"lll'a 11' C . . . . . 2 :all) II I I EDITOR DIES 1 AT DESK. I Every Womartlt I MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. ,

'I I ,'1'1"' .'o . . . . . . 2 i0 i $ ,' Islatreadandghomdkr'w.. BUST 10-CKMT: BOTTLE BKCK I
i I'.1[ ,' insurance Co. . . . . 250I I Was Working on Morning Star at Al !I, M4RlFlllhirling abut U..e W Spra i rrfu, IN TOWN.DANNHEISBER. .

I . . . . . . . 2 50II \, bany When E..d Came. 1 CrllCMESTCR EN3LISMEffSYBOYAL ". T" np..I..I.rI.... lxJ'e' ; I
I' 'ounce Co. . . . . 2 54).C Albany (.a., Ol't.10.I. ::. W. Fisher PILLS : "u..Jtd..r.'I-Von"..(''Hf'nvw>gt1,'ftit( I BROS. 1
. . . . 2 51'' I ; .._ :
llI.
Cu AGENTS FOR
'h.\ '. Insurance of the Morning Star force, died, in the / OrlclHal Knit.only. l.rmulnr... '" Ii 1..11 THE CELEBRATED I
. . . . 50 f T i i> I dlf < lin.rn ,. SI i
2
"'1 'Ilralll'j': Co iS 3rI"\SA'E., : .>Ttlf. KN.USII; j rent did for B. 1U, :
j office at a late hour Wednesday\ night I I. f
h I : : ..11I1' Cl). . . . . . . 2 51) .,U, ..4 told ,....,...,:." 1 Aare cud'... SI If Icp%III"3nlllUIII'I.ly*.I.. ...... I.llItJ r F Harper whislel'I i )
1.k hr.Re
victim of disease. r nbi.t
-II ranI',' Co. . . . . . :! 51i a heart 2In : >r:u. "nb.llliiUuiiK Irnfl. oo'.rbutendatauq.fr'rn., \\1. "../,, Main House-401 H. Palafox street. I'f '
i He had been working up to a few ..... "oJ ,>' yaur l>ru'<<'.' or vcj 4c.Partlmiara n lui"trate' <1 iIo.k.1.4I1I1'vI'I. .
t !I' 'lIallce Co . . . . . 250 ... "'f Trt'moalall' full i rlii'nUrn amiviirc.hor.In.' b r j R. R. Union
minutes of the time of his dr 1'1.:1.: IIUfllllCe Co . . . . . 2 50 I ura "..II. llMll"n...,..'? ..,. 'SotH' reof' --- P. 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. I'
I
s Co., Insurance Co. . . . . 2 61.1 II partially rallied from the alkak, \-hen I .":..V. ... .,'. 1".1(...... 1 hlrhr.trr.. fcrmlo.U'o. Room 82c Times Bldg., New York. Phones 116-268. 'I
'
'"+ Insurance:: Co.. . . . . . 2:: 50 r.storati't're a. minisfiered, but "L. r. r an .uua..I.IIIL.\ 1:1; : ;

)n. .'... Insurance Co. . . . . 25\1 I suddenly toppled\ OT.r IB his char, I -- -- -- ----- --- -- -------- -. --- --- -- ,
I lusurance Co. . . . . . 2 50 and was dead almost Iwtantly. H1 'II 1 :'
'
: thanes Co. . . . . . . 2 50 I was 45 years old and: a Pennsylvanian. (; -WE WILL-@ r : : I: :
I' Itis. ('0., InsurAnce Co. . . . . 2 50 I '
lie ran the Pelham Free Lance up tai
U.. Insurance Co. . . . . . 2 50 ,
1 111x. Co. Insurance Co. . . . :: 50tllce i a few weeks ago. CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS {i. I

\ ('11.,' Insurance Co . . . 250 I !
CtUEll BT I5LOO1) B.lI4MAu
t "I' Ins. Co.. Insurance Co. . . . . 250 CANCKIl J
insurance I Co. . . . . . : 501 ;i I i '
at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of :
i'I \1 Ins. Co.. Insurance Co. . . . 2 solnsurance Skin and Bl
1 Co. . . . . 2 50I t ; Mrs. M. L. Ad Ims, Fredonia, Ala., Goods. I :'
.
I J' hire P. Ins. Co., Insurance Co. . . . 2 50r ,! took: Botanic Blood Balm, which effectually I, ,II'J I i

> ''f,. Insurance Co. . . . . . 2 50 : cured an eating eaneer of
,I
.. N' Ins Co.. Insurancce Co.. . ...:.- . 2 5;0 ;i the nose and face. The oriS healed 23 doz Men's Laundried Shirts: 68 pair Ladies'Spring Heel f:-hoes, Get your boys ready for school. : '
1 II.", Co.. Insurance Co. . . . . 2 ;3q'f I up perfectly. Many doctors had !. regular (1, to close at 75c. I, regular $1 goods, to close quick at !SOc:! carry a full line of Boys' Hnlts. 111; :11':11'We
.t N. 1. Insurance Co. . . . . 2 50 i given up her case as hopeless, hun1 pair. 58 Boys' Suits, regular price, $1.00, I I I ) ,
J.I I London: Insurance Co. . . . . 2 51tithy 1 dreds of cases of cancer, eating I 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried to elope at Toe suit. '
J.t Co.. Insurance Co. . . . . 2:! 50h i: sores, pupperating swellings; etc.. shirts regular 75c, to close at oGc. 83 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers! 67 Boys' Wool Suits, regular price I I

l J.t t :,. Co.. Insurance Co. . . . . :2: 5,1) have tesa' cured by Blood Balm. :;' 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried regular 51.25 goods, to close at 1.05 $1.50 and $1.75, to close at $1.15 suit .1'I ,i t
1 Mrs. B. M. ,
t, 1! I ,,'y M. Ins. Co., Insurance Ce. . . .. 2 50 among others, Ouerney Shirts, regular SOc goods to close at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular r if '
Her = and
'., .\ss\lranc': Co.. Insurance Co. . . . 2 50 Warrior! Stand, Ala.beef with no offensive c I;, 35c ; these goods should go in 21 6S pair Men's Low Cut !Shoes, regular price 2.00 to $3.00, to close at $L60 a j !
I
'. London & Globe, Insurance Co. . . . 2 50 lip were raw from as the I, hours. $1.50 goods, to close at $1.20 and $2.00 suit. k
eating sore.
:,;, n F. Ins. Co., Insurance Co. . . . 250 discharge Doctors advised cutting, bat it ,I 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri- We carry the largest line of Boys' I i t i
: Corp.. Insurance Co. . . . . . :2! 50 I failed Blood Balm healed the I II ., gari Undershirts at 2l>c, regular 25c pair.We carry the largest! line of Boys' Pants carried by any bouse in the i \1 ii'!'

1 "'.d\ M. I. Co., Insurance Co. . . . . 250 I.sores, and Mrs. Guerney is as :' goods. Shoes of any house! in Pensacola. city.All of f'I. 'i' :
. . . . . 2 5l ; our Ladles'! and Misses'dropgtitched
t'f. t \ insurance (0. well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm i 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit I'! '
25c. hose close
f. 1' Insurance Co. . . . . . 2 50 I i also; cures eczema, itching humors, Undershirts, at SOc, regular 4.:>c, : them in any size. 20c. pair. to at 1 I
I II -. Co.. iraurance Co. . . . . . :l 50) I I scabs and scales, bone pains, ulcers, sold by others at 50c. I We have Just received a full line 100 doz Misses' full seamless hose : It 1
,
!l' ins. ('l).. Insuranc Co. . . . . 2 50 I j offensive pimples, blood poison, carbuncles All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c dos, or 4 pair for 25c. 'I t
'can Ins. C,)., Inil'urance Co. . . . 2 50 I scrofula, risings and bumps close at 75 cents. close at SOc for your choice. Someof 75 doz :Men's Seamless half hose, i I I'I
l',. Insurance Co. . . . . . 2 50Ins. I on the skin and all blood troubles. I II 72 Pair Ladies' Spmg Heel Low them are worth 1.50.. regular lOc goods, to close at 60 pair. I I 1 1r
'
Co.. Insurance 2 50co. I Druggists!: $I per large bottle. Cut Slippers, 2>4 to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full line "i
-. .. Inil'urance Co. . . . . . 2 50 [ Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free goods, to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display.!! r of Ladies' KEd Gloves in all shades I
Co. lnsurtiuce Co. . 2 50 1 writing Blood Balm'
Ins . . ? and prepaid by
1 Itt,. Co? Insurance Co. . . . ? ? . 2 61) I Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble Remember we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room
('0., Insurance Co. . . . . . 2 50'u' ; I' and special medical adviM sent in ,
l G. Co.. Insurance Co. . . . .. 250Iw.nrance I sealed letter. It is certainly worthwhile
Co. . . . . . . 2: 50 I investigating such a remark- F. E. BRKWNDR'S ,
:.::: Insurance Agent. . . . . . 2 50 able remedy, as' Blood Balm cares
the most awful, worst and most I l05 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=3g oa< 1 1I
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I Letered: at till I'ost offlc at teL6RCca! CAR VISITORS1iMLiCRATION ; too. He knows J.C AyerCo.
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THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. -- AGENT OF L & H. NEW SCHOOL Coal and) Iron Police Attacked.

i 1 I Sharcokiu. Pa. (). t vi.-.\ Rea.iln.; { Au.'u-t KYl: 1 I \

Terms: Invariably in Advance. j EARLY MORNING COLLISION ON CRitiCS PARTY FROM roir.nary; of oat ail: ion (polire: an 1 the death claims\ I'I': m l .

Oa Year by Mail *5 w FURNITUSE lour nonunidstSLncra! driving from States and Canada: by .

Biz Montn. .. aiOn THE BELT LINE TO-DAY. CHICAGO. town to Henry Clay shaft this mornIng ble Life Asruia.ct > .,
Week by Carrier. Payable Monday lu -- when a crowd hurled! rocks at \
-- i! i paid within one day :ui! ; ;
i ii them. The policemen flr.M shots at
| Two hundred and five .
proof.
TELEPHONE NO. 118. i Electric car No. 2in charge of A party of Chicago business mer, I.&testr'1tent the ('rowJ.'hil... a IIl1n al ian emptie-1

Adrertisirg Rates Furnished on Application i i ii i Conductor Chestnut and Motorman i, accompanied by Dr. school desks arrived yesterday, a shotgun! at the policemen. The flag I:| Anil during im w"u'" :, .

i" Itcrawford'i billed to the county school bouJ.eventvfl"e grew general. Two companies I ('a I' lia* the l''I'ITIIJ.t .,
C. Villir collided with switch engine travelling iU1mi '
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of the TVith infantry put the crowd to | l olv" t)51.This ;\,,.
of them intended
417, run by Engineer Amos, at I L. and X. railroad, arrived here I Ii are flight, "Hereupon the nonunionistswent

+ L SF LL I of for two pupils and 130 for a tiusle I to work. All of the leading collieries -! excel the :-i", i :
i UtiJ N + !17 a. in. today at the intersection ,1 i Thursday evenijj and spent a por- ;
I 'i scholar. in this vicinity are guarded by great record. It ha- -,. \
Government and Tarragona streets. : tiou of yesterday ill the city. .
I I been
I They have been on the road fr-r troops. I approached by :amy:
I No damage was: done to either car ,I The gentlemen, accompanied by I pang

PEH3AOOLA, OCT H, 1902 or engine; to speak of, and beyond j the agent; and Mr. P. K. Yonge local eighteen day, and about two v.'e Ls NOTHING SO GOOD. Ii j I ".ilronces.l in lie \\ .,( \

|j longer than had been anticipated. For all liver trouble* there is nothing
,
almostout
the Southern States
1 frightening two passengers; | manager of THE EQUITABLE LI n.
I The lot arrived in opportune time, : so good and helpful HEPATI- \- -
watermelon is
l THE luscious gone of their wits, there was; no one ] Lumber Co., went out yesterday ]I j CUIIA, because it cures; without producing I I ANCE OCI:; l r\ "'
but not forgotten. however, as they are being placed in f
bad effects medicines
;, any as most
hurt. I afternoon to the stock farm of the j ji OF TilE rXITirii;: : \
| petition today, and will be ready for I do. Hepaticura is a substi-
r-ix days of the glad hand Ili'xtoVllUbl'r The car was lifted clear otf the i company near Muscogee, spending along j j tote for calomel and much better ;!
j the division: of the school on Monday
and
that -
than because
\ Everybody come drug it has
none -
track and thrown almost directly time there and becoming very I
i l ILXOWLES Bltus( )
shake. morning.I of its bad ttI..ct: .
across, resting m the mad and de i much impressed with what they j | Mr. W.S.Jordan of Jicksonvilie.
I I
I Ax easy time now fur the kid*. A laying..tUie on the belt: line until ; saw. They were more particularly 1 1I ]I Work on the new annex to public I Fla..;;ays : lioth myself and.my friendI I fleneral .\,011I-: ;

lumber trust aud hi hpriced8hin I !: school Xo. 1 has been completed and I Mr. Hod-on are greatly pleaded with 309 ri. Paiafox St.. P1-.V: i BOut
new ; another schedule: coulJ be made up pleased with the !successful means !iI' i j the effect of }[ HKPATICUUA I : :t
it les. I 1 the job accepted by the board. This; caa without hesitation rfcommeiid -. ___ .
i runuiug curs west and east meet- the in feeding i j
-- -- by ;, j adopted by company ; -
1 ]; will be occupied at once, and will it as being the finest LIVKK: MEPIi i-f Iearti'.1.-
TIlt booming; littl town Florals.: I ing at Tarragona, on Government: the fine specimens of stock on the |! i ciNE I ever saw. Ito ae i.nl is, mild :
fat, its a wonder if 'relieve! the crowded condition of and pleasant aud entirtly free from tV'heu death N"j'::> : .
is getting big so : :
street. Au extra car wus put on m avery i I farm that of cassava: and velvet iI ,i, from
i grip n.g c} it don'tull.r from growing pains. i that school at present. ; "t
li 'T .- ---- -- | short while after the accident. ,, tem: cultivation appealing to the uf calomel, ypt it does the work trouble, Wilt I hadtil1' _

NKWS used to believe hell the thoroughly a= it could be hue by writes I*. .
K THE j Tutre were no ladies: on carat business instinct of the party. medicine. years. Mu- : _.
f any It has without (doubt{
was a place where they burned coal ; i i the time, and this was rather J Ji i Among; the party l leaving Chicago THE WEATHER\ -uved me from my usuil UKiuipr attack ('.. "Dr. King's New I L;:
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now we know it i? the place where 'I. : of biliousness. Hold by all my life and gave me ;" ; :
i lucky. The two male passengers re- were men in all kinds of bu-iues,
4 Mist there is in coal to burn. JrU/i ists. Rest rill on earth ;> !IM
iiuaiued I seated until they saw a col- and when the Windy City was left W. A. D'Alemberte'-:'
Ax American dollar is worth,I i TO-DA Mot'.ernd Scr.s Found! lJeat. .:
hiiou was imminent. !; the party numbered eighty-eight. South! Paiafox Street
? i f N>.UO in Columbian: paper money. I i I i ij : O-.ul'a] A?!' Oft. M.-Mrs. U..I.!! !

rI y r We would be worth fTGi 00! there, j j,I'The engine was elowly moving i ii I A good many of these stopped over j'! la/eT.! !.>> ah I her two son. a-nd In I

1 I north from tl.e wharf and was pull- '' and when this and U': years, were found drat! 'fIl\.\
more than we ever had here. Good j i at different places, j ji I i Local Foreca-, -.'Illr tool, ht nail Sun- STEAMER LINE SCHE
,
IG I :.i | In their !horrr In thi tnnli! part of t!, .
by. ---- ---- j j; lug ten! cars loaded with heavy id: i city was reached tile personnel was: d'y; frh north 'o'Iind.Temperature' I rity. The windows were roseI.t'tr!

1 i' PRESIIEN'1Ru"SECEI.Ttttitlhk3tIe-; i i'i timbers. Coming up slowly, the'! F. K. sweet, F. C. sweet, LeRoy i iI !j keyBoles plugged and the gas jets all!! ,
I. I, in Last 24 Hours: .letween 'Cll"al'lIla and t;

Alabama Republicans for their endorsement ,1, car men thought the train was ut astandstllandstarttd ,i ii : Hall, GeogeV.. Brit zdlt', C. L. !,!!. Maximum .. .. ...... ..... ..... ..... .... 7\d {, oi him by appointing; u Minimum .. ...... .... .... ........ .... t!:!degree of suicide! on the part of the mother
i to over. : Chas. W. C.
pass ;j IhUiday, Joragau
> : and the triii'tion through her a.'t "CITY OF TAMP

}r democrat to the Birmingham Unmet j After the power had been applied, !i Payne L. B. Goodhue, A. }L Stone, Temperature Elsewhere: Of th,. I IA-JE: ul! Situ boys. .
"' attorueyship.: :I !I I ..T Milton ... : --- --- -
'- _-----.- | the mistake was apparent, but too ; George PlintAVilliam: Croft, Charles 1 I Atlanta... .. .. ..... ..........MAT..m 31 5hKi.nmrck in. .lutrrirti. l-'a""III. B au'ie'm ir IVnj.tti-ola.vMi'aiu Ar .M.!
l THAI was au excellent appointment : ..... .. ... ...... $> 1 Kurcrtnc; Kouiul ti.i., .
: : late. The brake wis turned but did smith: Dr. P. Hall, H. N. Rice and Cbicatfo ... ..... ...... ..... ... lit* 1s Look with hnrroronSkin Krnptinns,
which stut General Bra;; tot I Cincinnati ..... ....... ........ .. ..7Y Sv B1otchf' Sres Thp'dulI'thave
i I j not seem to hold then: the motH :I John Berkshire.: I II I Galveston! _... ...... ... .. .... Tw PiHiplts.;
China. After his experience in this time the 'i II uron ........ ... .. .............._. rj :11 them nor will any cue who EVERYBODY LOOKS
:- ; Cuba, be Can be safely I relied upon | was re\'E'rsedlJtt by Messrs. Hall and Good hue are I Jacksonville .............-.._ .... .. "*' 72IKan use l>u kl-n'a Arnica Kilve. It
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a not to make sarcastic references, to fender and front platform of the car school; teachers, and are highly educated I Key West ..... ..... ... ...... ..... SW e0Menphi3 jrlorifles: the face. Eczt-ma or Hilt FORVTHE BEST
i! ..... ..... ..... .... ....... 7S 5SMobile I Jtheum vannti before it. It cures
Iig-tails.- I was across the railway track and the gentlemen. They tire well ; ..... ..... .._.... .. .... .. *i M.IMontgnmery sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains.
............... ....._ *i iI Infallible for Piles. 23j;:; atV..
I A.
r> A I't'ULisiiKK: once iiad: a peculiar I engine truck. I pleased with their trip. The :Sweet .I New Url"aus.. .............. ..... 70 III I Here it I-. Cill "'i -
Sew York .. .. ..... .. ... M .* D'AleiiiUfrtdrugstore, 121 SouthPalaf
a.. notion that people do not enjoy u : )lllturl1lau'illor remained on the < brothers are from Nebraska;; and -atannah.- ... .. .. ... ;'\ '"* I I I' t>t. Louis ... 7'i .It -. I -_- work that can be turuen' ,
borrowed paper as well anaboughteu platform until the collision came, : save had considerable xpenenca& in
prepared to do {In.I!
:
J Mr- Bowers invites tilt to any
1 due, but we "?peak, we think, fur the I!I then power'a" cut oil aud he stock raising in the wert. Their being :.I I, call and -H" her di-pl.ty\ of public They put on Iinlia ful.b-t r
pattern
W'liole Florida fraternity \* heu we I Have you -nicked a Huigins ci.pr'' beet on the market mi -'
ray we are ure they like borrowed jumped. About the time the engine! with tilt party and kin<1iy coin- ha'She ha i well elected stock as they have a full hi:.

( ones better. ":truck, the trolley wheel j'tmp'-d. mem on the things they raw at the !h'\Itt! in New Y..rk. Htltimore and tires in stock.
L/MIJJ. Does your buggy; n..j
St.
-- -- -- j i auJ this ug'iiu; made the car a helpless t'i; nd.t stock hULa was quite u -_ -. ill!;'.' They cau make it .' :
1 TODAY i i- jour lat chance! to register .
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1 : victim of the big m.tc..lUe. ligature.I' Carolina Portland IflHlI" Their prices too, are rihy .> ,
and unle-5 yen want to lose, ; JEWELER/ have ample carl ii. .
I your vote in the November: election i Within five minutes atte. the accident I i first-class carriage hq I I .

f tltction within dozen and about I A Dreadful Trio. npdirill bU"lne.". I'. :.
uud in any spttul a policemen '
t I Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM NEW\I STAND
I call 'n them.
i i
tile next two yeais. you Dad better forty times that many citizenwere' There are three comui disease: j Scales repaired.
r-crolula, Catarrh and Con UUljltlllll. i I
not lei the run nit without
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.fit your .
I HPn/EKA? ( ,
9 on the scene ottering all kinds: of The fIst and second commonly go : (I..1
.f';. j waste on Uicregister.. hand m hand and sometimes the ALA. i I lav; ni-iv (1 my j jewelry tore t"I2 15 E.t O i; I
j suggestions aud doing no further i third joins tu'm.-tt! dreadful trio <( South Pal ,fox. torn erly occu Phone 57.MEAT .

'fJl K NEW ES1'ERI'RSJ: : fears that i igooj, than to be in the way of the !; Why call aiuuuon to thin;' pied' b> HJSS fi C".. and am tow

the Madiaounar ise i will take uiu- I Simply to tell whit will curtscro- Stock- all Hiirli! Grade: Aiiieri- i b. U"T prrared l than ever to piv
I ; : i! men who were trying to place the i! fula: and catarrh and prevent consumption '' can Portlan.I l'I'Ull'ut. jt-rmar.ia," irrt-at berg lin in diamlluj7atch; & MALT !LaI .I.., t

axcite i 1 car on the rails as soon as possible. according to incoutrovenibie O..rUHtU&tnr:; II," German Port- jewelry ..t('. Call and see me und dietetic value.Vhil.. ref; -

J : oii worry '. evident. It i Hood's aarsaparilia. 'land Cement, Kings N. Y. Calcined i Iltlt me convince yon. pleasant to take. it l.el.i-' .
ti : ,' rude lli-uri would describe!" a tltra ,. Several times it was i-ecess.iry to Planter, lio-ipiidaln Cement, kept at I J. 1. $TEPIIENt4.I tion i'f flod."Jld: byDANNHEHSKI

( r s bite with tlllj sauie: scatr.iug vituperation use forcible means to keep the sidewalks I In the fall! the progress of these Norfolk Portsmouth, Charleston
that he would employ 1U pic- di-eu-ei i is: most rapid and we would Savannah. Jacksonville, P,.nsacola. I Try Big Peu"aeolamokiu,( to- : l I;
clear of the
lilt! of a hornet.! constantly mcr advise that "Uuifiit with this Mobile; New Orleans, Galveston. 1 baccn.t -
tUULj -tmg -- >-
Mills wherever we ret cheapest | Try one of our celebrated FINE STATIONERYC
TIn: NLtt s notes in our uiorntin The car was -ft on the rails bya.3i
tr""i.;ht r. tf. Sole r.-llitig aireiits fur
.1 I ('..UldUI'1 ary that tins mayor d-siir? : o'clock, and th, regular lo THE DAY OF ",.\ 'lli..ma" Hiiil "buut//t..ru C'ro-> II. 4' S Felt Mattresses.

to "end oil for a "typograpt.Ie! .mt" liriiiid." POi Iud Cpn'l'lIt.I.IC'IO.- : They never /-ark or grow \" 'f!h',iiip-.iii, .
belt line : dust
i.iinutc sci'- was re- .
1 lllip ol 1:'. -o.1cula. \\ c d'u't know i ATONEMENT 1'a Hyrlr.iulic N .tural l't-IIh-I.t, lumpy. Better than a hnir PiiUf..x -'1' 1'1' I
mad RI .
., -uulyd.t'ret nc.trCorrespondence 19i11114I.alt
jut wiiul a "tj ; _l1q'III'UI"; : m.tp! mat!I'P..f)', at linlf the price.Jtar.vton :n'w -;", .,: .. : .I.I I.-
I. : \\JiI.. .-, .
t1 may 0.i I 0.1 .1-1.1. .ILl patty Solicited. Pii -r-w i' .
; p tiln
J t' (:J{, nn.
'; '; \\0 wtud ? Ii : '. -: tLi. v. "I. :t.. rII ;. flee s-il'l pt: ..1 ('hulb! -- : ,
Euv.i"- '
#.'1 I illi'Stumac!: ::.I.ld! L vei 'l'..*,;>-t.it 't t .d I- I i.- the bay ol \t'I1PIII'l\t-thf'
hrchl' ,'HI.l' i.- ,I J\ -.iC'va; u
K't:< uiM: i i,: 1 1..1..
,"r. '' anydrug store. Tiny air ea.-y t. Hly I ..f Holi! "--and it IB bciiBr: -
\\ Mould L,' "ltllu.L..w>:II' toO ","utl utf''i apr' .FRESH ROASTED COFFEE. I
tltk" and ur-re pleu-.u.i 1:1: t-if. ct than ... ... Vflopr'S; I. ]! (
l 1'f' 'i t] for a iy P'graphical auythitu.! I p.ils. Their: u-e i' ii"' t fuil'iwi-ci l bycouflip'itin | ;> |lately celebrated: in l'eu.acola, Penholder, IJhmkb" ",
-- :!, a- I i- ':[:111 the ('1 i".- IREMEMBER
ri' :, ;, THE Jacksonville .Metropolis, ever with \pill-. U'-iTultr: -iz-: 2->c }I'.r :i I all the business hug-rs of the Courezation WE ARE THE ONLY ROASTERS IN WEST FLORIDA. etc.. always on It m i

I box. All diuj i-i- ""iiu ut- auxiou-" please and afv > their "
t., dealtrs. THE 1'11:1.1. id INVITED TO F.lJxaUn! PLANT.L'ttest .
' tt ,,1] subscribers, nave issued a r"<1'Il.'st' i dox fai'.ls: being ciosedj The services '
Y ; modern rovelltlt-plectrlcitr! T- introduce same, we
r tuat everybody write to them what i MILLINERY OPENING J at Temple I.dh-Ella"t: evening werevery' make the following sacrifice : With one pound of the following Blends c l aTon' .

like we w ill ive- ;ieI., t : \
r it they and what they duu't like, K
I i mtertf ting the lecture by Rabbi -
what they want and what they don't I It AT THE BIG STORE : 2 u Ilis Ma ml aril (;rannlate'1Fugrf+.r... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...5100 =' lnth.oL /

: r1 Want iu he Metropolis, tieua: alli i j j Samuel Koch being on "The Religion : Muflm anil .J.ua Illcnil, I' T piuniltnili .. ...... ...... .. .... .. ... .., 30- ii. L:!

k 1k; the pleasant: letters toV.. Uiu.;wooJ ; Saturday. Monday and Tuesday j of Ilununity" masterly lied >va BI'-IIII. per (11",1...... .... .. ... ... ...... ...... ...... ... ... UCH? _. -- ..

Carter: and the disagreeable ones to I Oct. 11, 13 and II.J eloquent sermon. The musi. was i 1\lIIIIIIkrl'"r |>.>iiiiilr.vmviiiiM. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... lJcI ;
I LA A
.N mi: (;!tOCII\: I.IM; AT ; AAb.L..AAA.A.L. :
the uilict boy. 'HII-3 THAI IH'I-'Y;
: rendered
t ____ __ I n)1. JOHNSON & SON. particularly good, bsing by t (1MI'B11TInN.:

I'E\:;\1 OLA has pletueou.- reason : the excellent choir composed tf ;Miss I HAVE YOU NOTICED ;1

I to be proud of the rapid increase in : Mrs. liitwt-r- i.bceu fortunate in !i Esther lloseuotein, Miss lihlifleld. Jas. Mcllugli, Prop., New Orleans Grocery..
d seciiriu. Mi'- Emma Scutt of St.

,i I : i! I i this ports", p.and>rt exports.coniiiKioe If both prospectordecire in itu-- ;, Loan, an! \pi-rt dt-igner.; who has I Mrs. Jacoby, Mr,;. Pebley, Mrs. -- I'hone Id. H IUIIII0 \\'. Iliff IIIIPf'da Si.MBUX'S WHAT IS MISSED; HE--: .

charicct.f! t.-) tiiuiinn<. I Flinn Messrs. Graham, W. J. Hein- ; -
I reliable information is to our I

worth and ]. tTv v .ogr-.grvvvvv 'V'
t 1 t I -
cial city, tell htm to consult our II i Hirschman. ) //Ii;
I' ( yi
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1. custom Iiou-e reports aud then conll Peculiari :' The: Cervices at lo o cloc'i ii* I :;J / / All kinds of chair 'I';
i !
aryl the busiii'-a I ; jI/ltdI rV
our jrruwth
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L1J pale mnruilJ were also intersand rocking chairs at Mnrfy < "
of any other ..nu:!teru port, and they :i. I ,
Itself
Prices '
Oui-na's. impressive, the subject of Dr. ]loch'slecture ;
will how near the we stand.
I see top
i SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING AND low.
In what it i is and \\ hat; it does-containing ,'j being "Work." LITERATUREprepares
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; NOTICE. the
i I ; ; Int }UmHl-jnirifyinsr,
I alterative iiiul i A "'UTlt ti> Tra\p| "M't' There will be a rt'cu- tonksubstances and in business, ande the Hotel Camden
e I success ::ures; college a cour;p of in-'ructi u
I ar met'tln.If 31 It. Ho- : ellectinij the nio-t radical and ITnianont I I The t'xt'itf'lI1ftllt incident to trsv1I I % iod positions for its student" S> nd I by mail. Scud f-ir catalogue. term,
"a fug; and change of food and w i Itr
rob 1:1. Chapter i Mon-I! I i Ilor handsomely: illustrated cata- etc. AcJdr s"'l'gue
114 ti > day 'eilllg.13h iust..at : cure< of all humors and all (I often brings on diarrhoea i for l C. O. MKIPensacola.. Fla. l'.UIUIXt1.1!! \ \1 1.

7:30 o'clock.W.E. eruptions, relieving weak, tired ] thrreasounoonecitouldlear urn'without
AXDEKSOX: I a bottle of Chamb .tain's I Is Now Open to the Public
I Ltn: uid feelings, and building up Colic, Cholera :and Diarrhoea l em.I I
Secretary
the whole I'y-tt'm-i is true only of I I edy.medicine Fur dealers..ate. by all drug mind : F. B. BRUCE under! the ltan8iI1I": :.- .

.1i KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. Hood's Sarsaparilla I __ I ,

I I Xo other medicine like it i You can! get your I use MRS. S. MIMS.

+ Penstcoll Logde, Xo. 3. K. of P., no other medicine has acts done sonuidi ; furnished complete afar Evyti r In the, i tllD ad Atnhlit( LiD of Pensacoht, Fi"rid ,

,t regular meeting Monday: night Oct. I real, substantial !rood, no : ston (5' Ouina's on en / payments ,
13 at 7:30 o'clock. Special: Deputy RATES REA50.NABLI-:
other medicine has restored health weekly i'/ >nthly.fitl .
Grand Chancellor of this, domain I ; Guns Ammunition
Tackle
Fishing Bicycle and
and strength at so little cost. .
M
t fly the JtyV ek "r :
will an lrJcil'isit to this
pay "I "wa tr.'il!>ifil! with ornifula and cammnear "
lod
by the Senatorial Team. A full A'llaIS I'. 1 Market At! .rd-.

rt\'uet..d. Member of I two h.ittlt>s, of H. od', :'Sar-i.arilla could ft-<- ; ".!U tZi i. Hammond and Other Typewriter?. Typewriter Supplies. All Kinds: of
attendance to walk.: and when I had taken eight littles I Repairing, Lock and Key Fitting. ; Public Patronage Solicite'l!
;, sister lodges and visiting brethren i could see as well ae"Or' SO-IE: A. HAIRSTOS. High-Grade Hammerless GULS Kent for IUnt.Bi.Supply of Fresh Shells.all .

are cordially: invited to attend.H. i Withers, X. C I at Low Prices. Free Sample R. >!:,-

i A. LEE, C. C. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to Foley's Hon t :nd TitrI Rates Mdd t. T's'
15 South Palafox Street. Sunday
;s H. HOKSLEB, K. R. :rj. I I cure and keeps the promise. I children.safe.s_ v'oozar.4 t Men.THE .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY CCTOBER II. 1902. :, I ___

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: r THCEILD NEGRO'S DO YOU EATHeartily i i I: W. C. O'NEAL, President; No. lia0 F. C. MORTON. Cashier t t t

: ,. J. f OSHEE.Vice.President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. II 1 1ATJAL
c IJ G or :r:: rt. :1
and enjny it, or docs; your
r p'tM4t4a| STREET. i food lay h -avy in the stomach cans- J r\1ERICAf BAtJK
Rpf.mslIng I ISI I HUMILIATION ingXArSEA.BjLCHINOHEARTBrUXiAXbSll'K : i
i : HEADACHES? If it does, 1 1i
.uuhr.F'i1411O try a dose of Hostetter's Stomach : OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ( ;i
j| Bitters; before each meal. It will i
d113ui2 Special Officer Frank and Mounted tone up the stomach stimulate the Designated Depository of the United States. 4 \

-- :; Parker and Perkins went digestive; forces and CURE THESEi 13II
i AILMENTS, which if allowed to con- Condensed Statement at the clo-e of business ir-'ept., 15, l'J""J." ;
WHITE
K. t night to an empty !house on tinue will develop into chronic dys- "

ti,1( Manufacturing (,\ Main street for the purpose of ;pepsia. TRY IT TO-HAY and notice ''From Report to Comptroller.
gas i I the improvement I RESOURCES f

llll( .raJuale Optician, atitlg a complaint that a I! Time Loans . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. #:33,7)7.32; :I : Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES... .... .... ... ...... ... $2t.O.I.10.1JO I I #

? IF ,., .10'1 St., P man nightly frequented I HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH Demand Loans: ..... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 50,03655 Surplus: Fund.... .... .. .. .. .... ...... .. .. .. lO.dOO.OO
place. Overdrafts.... .. .... .. .... .. .... .. .... .... 101.72 Undivided Profits.-... .... .. .. 9S5623; ; :
> -.r .- U. 8. Bonds and Premium.... .. .... .. .... ls>7,17I.S Circulation. ..... ..... ..... .... .... .... 125,00000 j.
The officers found the door open BITTERS. Stock", secnrites, etc.... .. .... .. .. ..... 2h25UO Deposits..... ............ ............ ...... 401,624,71
Furniture and Fixtures .. .. .... .. .. .. .... 6,718,48 1
walked in. They could find L R. Stamps. .. ..... ... .. .. .. . .. .. si S34 ; 3

NEWS$ HOTESi. } { and were about to leave BAD ACCIDENT Cash andExchange.... .. ... .. .. ... .. (50.9:53.6( : I rI Ml

a noise was heard in the ceil- t
$746,4S.94 $746,480.5)4
They started to make an Inves-
-- WAS AVERTEDGood 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. s sj
when without warning the I
& Co.'s
:. 1 ,Friedman: j
fell with a crash, and with it I II

lur-ain day at negro named Henry \Vil on. seamanship and a quick .
; ,., : : :
R The noise made by the falling knowing what to do at the right I MILLINERY I G2 525252S 525252 ,

; -''".! Shoe Btcre's; ? was heard away from the I time averted a costly accident at I
rn LJ
; and caused .speculation. I Palafox wharf this morning.

-:. re has a very Wilson as he fell, caught: ; edges of I The small tug; Lizzie Frank was OPENINGJd t

..' ,,!\'-rtl-lUellt in hole made by his black body and endeavoring to dock the big barge

:::. ,1\!iny savtrs. led himself; back to his roost. He I Peter, belonging to E. E. Saunders. !I

; to come down until the oili- I The berth was: to be at Palafox Monday, 13th, L

{'n. has a ? Tuesday 14th s ti
it threatened to shoot his body I wharf. ;
is 5a-.a =': ?Ea'=2E2525".52.S z> i ,
-'k of shoes! of of holes. I As the tug and lighter entered the Wednesday. 15th. I ; 1 i
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vt from and .
1 slip between the wharves!, the wind r
He was sent to jail as a dangerous

A -. : .-infant ; suspicious character and :Mayor i!I caught the barge and swung it with i NEW ARRIVALS TIMELY REQUISITES !:

I -. _\, N. I : this: morning put him on the I much speed toward P\lifox wharf:

.:.: -treetdied for 60 day;;. II where were moored a number of I li rt

Wilsen has recently been liberated .I smacks and coasting: vessels. It KID GLOVES THK: mST MAKKS O I.SilK!: WAISTS Sp((,..l for Mondays Selling! iii I !!

I rniinnl a sentence of three 111 nabs on i seemed as if for a time it wouldcrush ;' C< lebratt-d "Clementina." without a peer, I All! Colored Silk Wai-sts. ; tins seasu'style I II
i :all "' !iui! *. guaranteed, $1 100. I *. A chance can't afford to mf.s. l; r
you ,
Thursday [ the small craft but anchor -
Hi! ; county road for stealing chick- I r The TItIII'Wnt') } "ttm Jay.1 in tls'S1ik'.V. ., Special. . ...g.Lru ij
: tl.ose I who aud is saiJ to have an unfortu- was dropped the chain was tight- \ [ walking :and Driving number, are per-I 'iuOSilk: W.iitHjiecial. . .Hiitl 4 !
: d-trel I .... fect. Special attention is called to (' : I
: .I therat: e-irr--j->:i.>iiiu (lowpm-t- f.
cued and the force of the le : ;
tendency to take barge *- )
away every '
i J -. 1 city and p-itent thumb
1
I
it Co. advt that he can get his hands: on seued a great deal ':. Walking! : Glove-" all shades . . .$1 f>o I!! FLANNEL! YAI3TSUittcr/ I ,. j' \ !
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.' ? d : iI'. .. t. \tikifsGlovesilklitted' .. .. .. .t'lfvt I. .... 'j ;' I
is somebody else's property. i The big bard continued to swing I :'; .-,.,.. .l.ii One-Hutton IriringOloves.1..t) I atiojiA n-i uV. .idjniict to yoar waid-
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with the I. '' }
!iver ... Ouf'o'' to J4.50. II
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1 l .. !Golf Gloves; i worsted white d' .J
and struck the smack Florida, doing gray au
!, .y: heivy I Your step has: lost elasticity be- I .".< : black . . . . . . .. . We\ I ,
,- your blood has lost vitality ( no damage* beyond loosening the I I .::.._,. .}....;.".". DRESS GOODS SPECIALS !I.s. i I II
( I
i lull Hood's Saraparilh: : will re i rail a bit but had the loss !been I ''i1' CORSETS !' tnH"sT.lnHu. 't.\kK 52-inch HroideloMi* .. .. . .. 75c yard I \

Minstrels at more there could not have been __ 1,\ 't'1 All leading :Styles; and lengths..5Uc. tn f5; 50 it2 inch Hr-udol.tth- . .. .. . . 9eyard:! !
------ : \ \ : 1 For comfort style and the grace our \tl. 6'J-inch t-cotch Cheviots.. .... . .$l.0 yard
t! ''clock AL C. FIELD.The caused greater excitement. : /I 4 t'I ?/ I 5)89) \\'. B. will impart. We specially recommend :!-iuch Scotch Ciieviots .... .. ..#1.75 yard ,' :
i <. y member is ,I i; fg//1 it as an ideal Corset, f 1.00. 'I t ;
THK I5KST: LIVKK: MiilCINP.: I''' I .'"' ,
l i I i-'iuptly. !fr KNIT GOODS! iI
big company of ten comme- There is no need to be miserable if I! I NECK RUSCHES Full Line Just Hpceivf'd t! i

", .v Son of the with the Al. G. Field Greater you keep your liver In !good .shape. I \ r I I Your costumes: are not complete without one. I eh ildrt'n'* ;Mittens. .. ..... .... 10 to fiOc i iI :
fluid: fall ; IUS :Scarcely; harm can come to your I I \ ,. / I :Price range from $1.:>0 to |S oO.'WAISTINCS Children's Hooters . ... .. 10 to 50c I ,
trtl I is ht.aded byAl.G. Field : .system if any tho liver i is kept active I ; I Children's! Hoods ...... .. .. . ..35 to f>0c t i
I I''" .Lllli..hin.tly: de \ I .. .. .. .. .. . .
person. The greatest living; i The right: remedy at the right time r F'h.AFi.TTFVtItiTINC4lIChlldrell's: S..i-q-ier 3itn ?I.K) :
'IUVH un I"A 'atlJr of the negro character and ,will provp a great benefit to you. Itoniau and Arabesque design-.s'3 to ir>c j Lddle-' Fiifiiiutor ", ".' "" "..25toSl.iniW. i ij
It from. Call and HE IATICI'IU i" that It i
rempdy.
: lect is i beyond question Al. G. l'
: i is worth using because it will make 1
His work stands distinct and

.t i Bailor from In a class by itself. Mr. Field you:Mr.well.L. A. Fraleigh, rf Madison, : J.o& B. FORBES. a 1 l
,
1 it. die\ t !last: ;: for twelve years made a study of Fla, gay': I have had occasion to ) -Ii

i '--.p.: .1 ->f negro u,\ he is found in everyday u-ie HEPA'fICtHpvHal times ___ ,
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i and must =:iy I like it better than! I "
: .:.> i." This character he has trans
II :
any LIVER MEDICINE I e\er u-eil. MILLINERY OPENING If You Bay Them at the P o-t III> :-tr'e!: SOI-M. They are Good I
,! :X' : .', \\ to the stage: iu a manner It simply answers the purpoe with- t l'

: 1 I :' I'lK- : in its naturalness. The out any :griping or sickening effect AT THE BIG STOREsatarday. I
". I and I can heartily recommend it as ,
; 1 t 1'- "ult has been ;i portrayal of the j it
the BE&'l' i I.IVER MEPIClXKl know of. I --- FALL DAYS .zJ
'It.i t. I types <>f the colored race .
and ,
Sold by all druggists.MAVMli ; : : Monday Tuesday i I ,
j is as refreshing as it is original. - --- II i iI 'I
i : : i. I s !! Oct. II, 13 and 14.

i. \ j n : '-'1 : I will be seen this season iu au up- STOU11S MAiilUn. I! SK J3t)1.. JOHNSON & KIN.Kmoke I ARE COMING.Can't :' J!
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of that is -- .
program funnyisms --- --- I _
i\I-j I t. -.i! ? 0&11Tbe NU .
'. to tickle the risibilities; of his 't\rl..t bI I l Big ren acola. ; wear tho-e light Sl.oe much! longer. Ueir- r'-a-Jy f.-r you with 1
> > > II' Union Naval Store" Co'oIF.
of admirerThe 1'ensacola I the mo-it itp-to-duie lnu ofLadies' f j ,
I
W : i '
,. ..,' : is October\ Seats are now on >Vft .. .... .. fA 101 a........ ..._ ...ii iJhill. NOTICE OF ELECTION.
/ I1 :ii'.p .. U'i'- ...... .. 37:;I d.... ...... .. ... 1 ill Gents'and Children Shoes r I
at T?the --ln-ntT of Kr-caiulia lounty.1:51at.: of rt
iii: ) .i.._ S'dt F.... "_ I li Fiurlda.
',1 : A ...... :1.)1:...... 11/1 \LIP it known that I. II. tiny I'rnwTard.8ecrftary t
I S FORMONDAY I lt! .. ........._ S 50 D ....._... .... I Xi of State of th. ulatr of Florida! ever !seen in our city. Call. nmle fi>yon elf.Ve are .1l1Xiull-i tl' -i.ow

..- ..... ..... :C II C"below.. I ;J',, do hereby 11nollct! that aIiiNElt.tL t you our life '. .
AND TUESDAYI : KI.KCTIOSwill q. "
1'1..1.11 'l' .P "Ttol: &-51>',. .. ,.
: U: < < tk.-. : tie held in KiicniiiliiH: roiinty state of -" ------- !
Florida, ..n TucMlay next Micci't-dniK tb' !
tit' I i Stricken illJ I'araty.ii. Bret Monday November: \. U. l.m.: the I I
said Tu dar lu-inti the :
house will
-I l' I Ponsacola! : opera :' Ilendf-rson Orimett of this placewas toi'KTH 11\" UK NUVKMHKU: BostonShoeStoreX
.
t' ::1'! : : u, ] !!- i- It- iittrtictinn. lIt1yt'< "A stiickeu with -partial puraly-i For one Ht-pi, ntative of the Tbird \'on.rcr""lIIual i I
I
', lM-tri.-t of KI'irulH, io th. I Kif'.yelglitli -
., I"I ; I ..u1Frr; in :New York" Mon-iay ;Ills l''mll It't..ly lost the u"i; of f'lIJP'arm ronnrH-toJ the I'niteil Srati-c. ,
i I 1 Mde. After b 11I1trl"atl'd" For Secretury of State of the StHtr ofKlorid't. .
and
: i and tii 'l't! and "A trip toitowti' )
i''. : ; ; N \ It. r< .i.: I. I.; if.1.,1 If'l'lld'" .
: -. .\ TtiH-il'iy: m uiiie: :I'di rty an eminent pliyic'an for quite a I I For' oniitroli-r! of tinMtitr of Monrln I 1
w'nilp without relief, my wife: rtcommfiided For OIID Justice: of rue Scim-me I'tit.it of J 1
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I ; ., i ;! Chamberlain'- Paw Rtlm..p.rt : .. Stated Klitridn.Kiir Leaders of Low Price?. 117!! South: Palalox Street. j:

!, I Ahhouirh the 1..U- ('! :' Hoyt after two b<>ttp- of i; Ini ton Kiiilnuui l'iniiiininf of tIState .. .
... .1.I. J'I > u-iiivr : iif Klondii.Kor --- ----- --- :
1 to t I.,- puolic Mr many I i- : lin'>it etttiroly! l'lIrf'I.-UIlI.: It. I State -er.ntor f.>r **. (- nee ....natiMi il .
.' -I. i I Vi DiiXAi.li" Man Lounn: coiiutyV. District nf HIH :-ot.tl..1 ('I?u.- :,|Ii, :
\ 'III I aryandduring titt!! : tinifcoitrib: rcinark- For two Meiiili. [- n' the H< 't. of tt,,pn.- i'15 'Irirj 1 "'t"rw !
\V. \ ; :Sv"ral .! '" l I many successes to" tinAtneri- able core: of pare! ; il ;jlq."i i- have I lax A--es>or.KurTox h !
stage, yet: none ever gained such bfn ell.'i-t. -i! by the n .. 1'111- ,
11' I known. For County Trrasnrer. > n t
ment. Ft I'o-t widely :
r hold upon the affections of the Fit liv..l'ounty'fJlDmlonpr,
f liowwHi.' :a- a ('III''' for rieumiti-m.! For three nit-mhersof the iounty I'.oanl
t ,. .- olllj{ public. "A tsiraugtr -praio-'hill brtii1Sold by drug- I of I'ublK1 ibtrueUon.For.lusnce ,
A .1 t "II a ; and Best Values
of toe Peace and fur tli- -
t ',it .I New York" and "A Trip toChitia- gitmd tau' ticiue d..tler'- Jjllowiug Ju.tic Districts,in via: Largest ; ,
\
I Speaking l> with wit, keen sill -- No. !. i
liio: :.
< i No. 1.
1 r blight, :ateliy mu.ic, charming For Con tAbl.. In and for tlie fuliowini \\1'

i i-s dreg : they have been pronounced gPJI.r# \.. Justice,.o.l.. Districts, vu; Ever Offered in Pensacolac I! ;; '

riht..t; gems of the Hoytiati: o. 3.No. s
rhis signature It on CTery box of the jLaxative nQnf' i.No .
will |i'ir.l-e l : \ of briht comedies.Kacti .1 ;
I BromoQuinine Tablets
.
-'u.t.t'he tworth
will be given a hand.1111' '
:
I E ; play: the remtU that circa a cola In one Uej. attention of the .licrifT. is call-d to One Lot of MO( fKT HTWS. !S'Zf.WxT: COP"" I"f
: with a difj ta law them to cau>e a notice uf i '
.;; Ir'VOTERS! -icenuproduction < requiring 14 00 and JlfiU each, our prn-e \ / I) } r
; Rho lViiacola for the pipe or ci- the said election to lit published in a 11t.- . . . C_,UU cae i
j i rent -ft of music, dance; and vau- : ,. paper printed Hid county if there )>e ipaper :Monday .. . . ..".,....-' i
.. iu the county If there be no paprrpublished .
The latest-ucce .
; features. Only niie to ch du-t''finer. fir \Vndow. -
the shall cau..11t' r.
ID county they
t \ provides t author is poii'i-ed m the way ar..ttl''a .t five caper: of this notice to tie "..,trd --- 6CWe : i ii
__n__I_t'.I.__ _____ ___ in the most public pll\Cl'81U the lo UIits.
i to*'th r with H -
.
I audoi.g-
1U- C In TestimonyVhencf. I hal..It..r..UI1I1my
'1.f- --os must be nfWIud novel speciiilif: \\'.iN'rEUyEVi: I : ittiELF.liutlrrto : : : circulars.samples .. hand and aCixed Ui-Cir.-nt :Si-.tl have Bargains i for you too numerous to :; \
| > tack si rdistribute .
[L-.J) of tl. 11\l".1 Klunda at Tnlla-
; l'- >(etbre Oct. 1 -- --- - -- ..11'.: no canvassing. Sun Ailverti.ui haerrbP. .uplial thl:= the nr-.t t mention for .. \ i
Monday.
i 1.: Chicago. It' :
t j Ijir'k i'tit lor I'eier. ,: Hureau. Uepartment day of September. D. li"H. ; 'u ? tift
1;" LAY rRAWF'UItlrcr. ). :
liver lll.rderIt - I
i "I' voter will | Hilhm"nl'lnd JJ.'I'IIt >. \"ulI..I. \ .-tary o.1'1l..1...
i -naon may bn prevented by To K !Smith. Mi.-rUT.: E"cnnlluan.Snax
d (ieorue
t :lifted from .. ? tlii- -ytfciu with De\Vitt' .iNl'F'AL'fL'liRS: :' -.1.-;;:; 81(0'111I': I';: 1 lOUll : ."'(1l OUR MILLINERY OPENING = 5

e 111 .. 1 I :; Early ]KierTiie fainon-i J I ..ery county for new preparation., In. I IWEDNESoAY.
t the gensral big deniaa'dbv farmers and truck iirt 'r-
d'o /
pill not gripe. They inov Protitable employmeot. 1 early ?ntra<-t.Ecune .
r tic : November I ... bowel gently but copiously and : rltiht. The frotecto Coiiiimny OCT. 15E 'J t ; -
i rfoii cf the ton u- propertie-. \IOUlllolllb.lIl. 11'
;f it. t.11" 'sty:t election totifimi stimgth to the gland-. !
SCHOOL l r PEN8[ 4
When will have of the
r June I : ;i..'Kahn.Pharmacy, John Shepp-ard, LAST CHEAP EXCURSIONTHIS we on 1Ji.splafone : t


I A H. D' I I o. ,.ATVr.r: .. YEARTo ---.Very Latest Novelties:*-'- <, I i ,

Ea K. 4 Hate plltalS aJit' I
Tax Collector I I ... the ; The kind that teach children in all the Leading and Popular Styles.YOTKS .

I : turo & .... .. ) to write month and regular!
t : ''a County. :">' r. .. .. .
liiht looi
or heavy : writingwithout
-'' 1 J-:: ..1 AN.vrnrs I( ( 'i' ) PLFA'I; ,
!IT 4i a good pen i is impo- .
i .
.... ... ;.".. :
.tflg
; -ible. Its: .
il rou particularly important -
l 111:11)(1t.tlfl'Iit4a Greenville and Montgomery for tho-e learning to LOUIS FRIEDMAN & 00.

SCHOOL BOOKSi :\londav.October21J write to have the best mate :
leaving Union dt'potIondav morning :
t at 11 :3kon: special tram. Fare f.ir rial. How important it is i for I _
i HK !i.ARnKsr: STOCK EVER' KROIUHT TO PENSA-: round! trip. *2 511.o'rl)1U Uantumnenti i boy and girls to write well. Jv'jP'I'i i.1 .

l'oI.A:'\ D AT l.\V PRICES. i and Century same as Penacola.! It i is as eay to ztt good material : rIv N'1vY!
; Returning lave Montgomery as bad. We sell only \) ) i) ] \) ) _
:.Wednesday night at 9W:: o'clock -
.OEM BOOK STORE sharp. Coffee and refrp5hl11ellt- I: the best. We study your
i be -served on train going and returnI wants and its a pleasure toil'r"P cA.srron.iA.: I CAR won 2A.
T"a K'i ( )1421t a"as; B:14! j j'B' -j Yr f )i.: 3cccz ?
a <, Rears : :: Beara the /J ; ,
I linz.j : : you. , l : of Schuul Supplefabiet! : -", Pencils. Penholders, Etc I
j Purchase tickets at ticket ofilce i'r.lt1l1t' Y..I # I GlgutLia c29924;
For further inform itiou apply to U ,
SEE ML AND SAVE MONEY. I ROBT. Kix i or I
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CHAS. R. JOHNSON I I'i I The excursion Excursion to P.Birmingham THOMAS Managers., will: GOE'S ij[ BOOK STORE.L I i city The them.H finest at-J -line I.- Stephens'of umbrella. Go in look the i' Hardware Garden hosr Co's.a the Willis !I: .


Ut8 SOI'IU PllFO9I1EET.. j not be run on account of the strike. i :it I t e



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11 19O2

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: SCHOOL TEACHER RUNS AMUCK GOLD DUST
Name. State. County.
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B. E SampleY. Insurance Ag nt. . . . . .u 2 1j0 Shoots Three Trustees of School Board'i
1Il>ry H'er. Insurance Ager.t. . . . . . 2 :.;U and Two Pupils i I
B. S. ,.. llUS, Insurance Agent. .. . . . 2 SOn Gland Porks X D.. Oct. 10.-la a
. .. . . 2 50 work."
1;. 4 Daricli Insurance Agent. . quarrel bftveen a icioo! uacher anl "Let lie GOLD DUST twins do your
John Tbtmp-un herchaLt. . . . . .. H 3 00 1 liOP.
the UKEX d of tnlats.a at Altoana. a
Linotrtruth: lerd.att. . .. ... . . 3 00 1 50Rn .
: uall & Grtlds. ircLal.t. . OJ . . to 3 0) 1 50 I lade siauoo on te! &rct Northern, Was',rg dishes
i t. Frankllll, .ten' antoo . . . .. to to 3 I 0J 10: i iEscanibia 7 miles corth uf the Canadian: HM. year in ana yeas oJt- -means dr.aeeryGOLD
FlIrnnure Company MerchaLts. . . . G 0\1 3 O0 i se."\'n i -irs
F. M I Audt'rIi Ierch..nt. . . . . . 3 00 1 50 I cot them is Viiil ant five dh{t'S aredying. Ill

lI"an,,.. I Ur,': It;>rchan',. oo . . . C: 09 3 OuThus. Tee dead: I i4 DUST
Bdl 'rcbaItoo . oo . . . . J 00 1 50 I IJl1r L Tuew-es, school teacher, I
o M Pry; ldlhant oo . . . . . 6 0\1 3 ouM. i commtUvJ: suicide.!
Lvmm & ('o.. staur3.ntoo . -. . . fi UO 2 M I 'F
'f' J David-on, llercb..Dt. . . . . 3 VO 1 50 : Fatally wounded: will: do more than! half the work fcr you It sifters: hardpreasa :.T. ;
D Jonc3 & Co., Merchandise Brokers . . . . S or I Juhn Hubert: school trustee. and grime makes dishes shine like: a new dsllar::
Miss I. I-:. Bill, lerchanlllse Broker . . . . . ii GO IlI I P :' er KcJiler. trustee. \\ ;' The quickest, best and most eccrjr :.. "
Bellinger. Lawyer. . . . . . . 10 (10 5 OU jGe' I Kchler, daughter of P. Kehler, washing dishes, glassware silver pts a' : .
There's substitute worthy the nag.
1'. \Ventvorth, l.aw'er. . . . . 1900 5 0UA I I aged 10. GOLD no DUST.
DiLustru, Mercbant. . . . . . a 00 150 Kehl.?r, daughter of P. Kohlcr, upon
l't.n.alulal>ruCo.ercbants., . . . . 300 liio I aged S. ,
L Frttlman a <:0,. lcrchar.tII. . "1 (1\1 10 5oBia Abraham Ren>rt. school trustee
,". & Kirt, dchanti' . : : : .. .. :: .,: : 3 (O 15:1 Rempt. daaghter of Abrahaaa ; _
A "t:. 6. H.mna, lerchants. . . :3 0U 1 50N I Kempt; may't'r.. \ )
G. Furl'htmt'r.lercha t. . . . . C (10 3 (h1 ITi1-\i 'Rid .
The school is i near a little visage in
:! S. Pasco, Jr. LaW)' r. . . . . ,. . 10 00 5 (,10 I 1 _
C L :;!lIn".I.awer. . . . .. . 1000 5 U0 I the thickly svttJed! part or the val-
.poi n 1-.1,11': : La'l'roo . . . . . . .. 10 UO, 5 U9I j I ley. which tas a i pulatioa of but a
\\h'I'j Casualty Co", Insurance Co. . . . . 250 j few hun l"PO'l.pe.! The settlers are
M'1tal I.e.', !lusurance Co. . oo oo . . . . 2 fio Mernunites. vho have lived in t.h.31.- IcqL/
'' H II TIlUI'1I"I' Merchant . oo . . 3 00 1 50Ii ; :i cinity for y ars. The schfiol has teen r7 ...
T. E1." th.'rg, Merry- n.Rntmd.e 10 00 5 OUn in charge of a Menronlte teacher

\1 1tMercbaLt. . . . . . .., 3 00 1 SO1 : nanuii Hilley To vres. There has
lb' (r Shoo Cn.. }lereI.at.ts . oo . . y 00 4 !ill I been some dissatisfaction argil tee -7--r7----: s
tI U .\1I"0r., Merchant. . . . . 'a 9 00 4 50 '0 i o'AIl
I management of the school!, and tl 1 J I1
\11 -. I l!, !rnandez 11..nhant. . . . . 300 150
Kahn: 1t. rt.an': . . . . . oo . 3 00 1 M i i has lad to a great deal i>r gal rrKl!'ug Il IlI'

'4:., .\ : "...r, lq.'l.anl. . . . . . 3 00 1 50'i. In the community. r I itI
L \\ ., .1.1' tw' M.rt'hatt. . . . . . . j 110 1 5u i i Three members of the !vat of |
1;' : t't llr .. T"\'l.nl! ; Exbibit.m" . . . 5 00 250JI' i trustees met at th. Echooilam .'n. ug = 4rj
Grat ". Htd'ral.t. . . . . . 5 UU 2 fit'I. school hours to talk th:.- trom. .. r == i r-
,I. !..j'I'''. 1In bl.t.t: . oo . . . ., . 3 04.1 1 50't (I with the teacher. Ht rorlw! _
i .t. I' Carn r 1ft : hal' . . . . . 3 00 1 50 exchanged, and suddcnl is Ttw-..\ .., '!Jv..- -1iJJI
s !1tI,1! .: ".! C"IIIIanr., lr'b8.t.: . . . 9 Oil t 50 ibis revolver and shot; down! t 11. .re 1
i \,'. o.> TrlE r. K FA'RBANK: COMPANY 1Ch
41 t. k::. lina.: MM. rchaldlse Bro:', r. . . . . 5 00 1
school Uie, where he shut! lvH+, : Nor York, Boston -i Lou3-Miners ot OVAL FAIRY SOAPMadec
I Ilinke.: MM, [It't..nder.. . oo . . . . ;5 00J coo
I E: Spoor. )h'/dant. oo . . . . . 3 Otl 1 50 two daughters aged 8 anti !" \ > ar-
W,.: B'm.lf; : M. d.ant..oo . . . . 3 00 1 50y3f. through the ody. They u.'l: .
+ M. (J L'arN' han: . . . . . oJ tlO 1 51) :1 The 11-yea--od daughter of Iton f
1 pZp Kfi.t C.'p ( alJ ua. ('Iml' jo'actor; . . . . fiu 25 wa then attacked but 111hn l '!!, : Coa Supp Exhausted.: )

(t'Z I (;O. .\ngdo. It'rtham. . . . . . :3 uO 1 50i struck her in the arm. breakiiis! tLa Rai ; i' -Thffll"TtI11'! .' .A. MMAvery 1 1I
D..1. Cunningham :\I'rrhant. . oo . oo . 3 00 1 5' bone. The suicide followed! roa 1 v r: .- nou ..vhautArxl and EOIII- .

D. J. Cunningham Re: taurant. . . . . ;5 00 2 5Ur. ; .!< It. W. \\'atHs & Co.. Merchant . . . . 300 1 :30 I Th.. '. '. tbb IR r" AVERY t tt 'Lt "I.1i:
tbe} on do stuat.iwould I
'' J. F. nhod'i', Merchant. . .oo. . . . 3 W 1 50 [ No danger: of consumption if you ,(
x t L. E. III ooJ..:,, La w'er. . . . . . 10 00) 5 00 I i nse:Foley's. Honey and Tar to care i : Mieuil if the eawl mine at IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
r Jus Janlt::'. 1.Iq\loJr Uea.l.r . . . . 500 00 230 fIO that stubborn couh.V.. A. D'Al- Cumnock, in this tat* could produce

.?4 S 1 Jo,. Jame:. R..staurant. . . . . 600 251) eiBberte,121: H. Palafox. any large quantity but its output 13'' HARDWARE.
'lh .105 Jaw, ,,. Cigars and To ',H"I. . . . . 500 250.l1 t! __ -- so small lat it cuts no fta m. Thf*
i /!' .\rhor-a. Cigars and Tulico, . oo . . fi 00 250 i GUNBOAT LIES IN WAIT. !s an almost! nndevek p' d coil mint! i
+ i ______
f 5 t.4 Jl'rhona Liquor Doaler . . . . 500 00) :50 00 II I near Cumnock. on the line of the Du' Iron, N,ul-. Axes SwVl! 1 l. Saw Mill and Steauih. r.
+( .. .f. N. Andrtws. Peal Estate .\'ut.;, . . . . 10 00 5 001Ct II'' Ready to Attack Colombian Govern. ham and Charlotte! railway Tli-: :Mipplie"onkiu; and Heating Move*, Paint, Od
J. An.lr5, I rc\ant. .oo. . . . 3 00 1 50 I' ment Warship.San scarcity of coal may proJuce more ac Window Glass. Gun., Pistols and Fi-hin? Tack: .
st Flol i ida gtt.am Bat..J 1 v', rchant. . . . 3 00 1 50 i Francisco. Oct. 10.-Officers ofI tlvity at these mine I '
Am Grolly.Merchant. . . . . . 3 00 1 50 I the! st.a.mCfcapuko.! which has arj i Agate and Tinware ana lloiiscfurnishin ( iofcgTAGEXS >.
; Hcir.lt'f 'i Geismar M h:,+t.ta, . . . :; 00 1 5U .
rived here from
.l j southern ports state FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COV v \
A E. Davis Rt''taurant . . . . :5 00 2 5Ur Superintendent Callaay Resigns. -e1
f GI3UtIalon"'. Merv .'.r. . . . . . 3 00 1 50i I that they saw the Colombian! rvvolu-: I Montgomery, Ala., C<-t. !' .-A. T Revert. Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Ei
I L D. Ptrdm'. M.rcha . . . . 3 UII 1 50 i I tionlst gunboat Padilla at a poirt Williams has resign l aj superlnten' V.'het-l Co., L if tin & Rind Pnvder Co.. John-oil's \E .
Sara Charles \dc: 'r.' . .oo. ? . 3O) 1 50.c i about 211 milts !below Punta Arenas I dent of education of Dallas county. .miiie., Iron Kitu and Buck Stoves and Rsuge-, \> .

C.:. H. Tllr-r :.1. eel . . . . . 6 00 3 00 | Costa Rica hove to. and apparently" i j and Professor Darhy Gallaway, Dt ii ;\ C +un'o.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-ur- -
,
Jti, .\!..rahan1+....' . . . 3 tU 1 50 ,. i itg in wait for the the Rosa, nhhh ocratic! nominee was lyyointed; !h. \ M .Riilroud: Colors.

.q4 J. J .J'llIi lga. \lo-r . . . .oo 300 151)t was some time aeo purchased by the i i State Superintendent C3n 'ih. 'rVT f'Pinii' (r. mnli's .:1 Pcnsaroia Ili! ,
'- bl ;!I!: Cilr Y r. ; . . . 3 (II) 1 SO Colombian g'\'ernmt'nt for use as a'', Bend) resigned in c-nshaw., and i -----
) F M. Ilui '. . . oo :: 00 1 v01Fyii : warship. The hoas reported to \,,' ]
.1 C. K. Sharpe, Democratic noni.r.i o
MattBI; J:' . . . 5 (,0 2 50 I '
!
vessel! of
| a about 1.-" tons register, succeeds him ROYAL STANDARD \IlrEliLLi'I\
MrF'. t. I .'.: lit. . . .3 6u 1 ;so --- ---
} J but is not arm<>rl. She has expert <
F U 1 . !r 1/1' 4 50 SPENT MORE THAN $1000.
ed to to Panama to b > furnislu'J :
i' t P \1.11 . . 3 1111 1 5ot go
W. W. Raker of Plain'iewfb... '
.I 8 Years Old in Oasts ef 4 Full earls at 832: :; ::
., 1t'. C. f t : T Ial . . & Ua 2 5U | with quick-firing RUM. l! :
t \\' ('. (t \ I I I:'a 1 . . .oo 5 no 2 50 Like the oiSccrs: ot the City of Sy.li i I II II writes : "My wife suffered fn>u, 1 -- -- -

t \Y. C. ; I I ..I 1 . 500 00 250 041Y. I ney. which arrived here a week ag ). '! lung trouble for fifteen year Sii rnillS WH-l\EYI v.JL :
distilled
: tt t : '
C I I.' : . . 500 00 250 OUt the officers of tho Acapulco have a I II tried a number of doctor* and s;;r lit : DI"till..rmd i fulltJj..tt.. .
M 1V. :. 1 ', ,r . . 500 00 250 00f I h5eh opinion or the gunboat Padilla: 'I'II over $1<)']J without! r Iit-f. She b.- hf-forfbiittliiifr.Ky., it i;; absolutely- j lit. .. ;. i:

fry I ..M.Y, .1:' ,, : I T.ha, . . S 00 250f i, 8Td express the opinion that she i.i i.< j jI came very low and lost all ho:'e. A '.ellcd! IM quality by any Whiskey \If :1 i .
lloi
;,,,. P .h" .I'.l, 1 t . . . 5 0t.I 2 50 than match friend recommended Foley's; y .u, in.itttr where produced. Thf-I\. .
for the .
r I more a ,
i govern and Tar and thanks to thi*
(;, ;, f' \ y : J' ..deei 1 . . So'; ) Ou 250 INJ 'Im ;i'reai l i- enrht: yt.irold when bottled, aiui.ittxcf -
r.t: gunboat now on the way to Pat : remedy it saved her \life. She enjoy
,
It 'J : 1\.0. . . 1 ClO 1 5.. '! ,. llt-iit junlitr, i,> the clP] !tit[ -' w -
ama from this ort. better health thin she li -
l W tf r!: i . . 3 00 1 :50 | Refuse siibnrute the' in;irkt-t at that price. As a b. \ r .'. t
wF:1 :Ma \. '.., t: I . . 5 00 2 5111. f' known. in ten A/D'Alembtrte years. II S! All ,Ih-, >lutely pure eUniulaut, there i- i : I tJ"I'I".d
W.
:
ft ; t r :\1..: . C00 ;30n NEVER ASK ADVICE. I Palafox Street.Fot'ey's t-'; [ | MI case containing no lIJa'kw' :1, t
') : i' .1 .' .. . 5 110 2.11 When von have a couzh or cold uiUn.uicontent*. If purchaser IIi'; ,t. > xr .
( : :.1 i ..' . 3 011 1 ::i,1 don't ask what is i frond! for it and get -- -- -- t : tin hi-k-y, i< not ati-fied with/ t' 'qcm ,
*: :M! . . 3 011 1 :.nr some medicine with little 01 no merit Honey and Tar r>.* uiii the! fame at our exj'en-' .

1 s qt 1 :1 . . 1D II" 5; (II'T and perhaps an-erous. Ak fir cures colds prevents pneumonia ; wilt bf refunded.
4t : I 1-: \ "..1 I;!it . . 5 00 2 59t Foley's. Honey and Tar the great -- vh iUcrImnld, be accompanied Iti6.rYuasatD i.
'q555 ... t t11 . . :3 011 1 5'; ) throat and tuna; remedy, it cure :, Tfj/on want a good Ued- carr'< iicv ; -5"lice. money order balk : .
p 4 1i )I . 3 I'H; 1 5' coughs and cold quickly. W. A "Z I" ..--u.' in!I y order. We refer to KIIui "
... .. 1,j I . . 3 litl 1 vuy D'Alemberte "K. Palafox street. stelclora nice Crib for the A1 TAIOAR Hald ai.j' n.fcicii.ilit !in 1'eusacola.
: .' ::' . 5 00 2 (50I ; I Orphan-----Boy-Suiclds.14arrnen -- -. babel, go to Marxton (5'Quina's. ,
?* tt:, I I', ,1 . . 5iii; ) 00 foe: Inv ,
trov.>, Ga., IJ't. 10 a S. A. FRIEDMA
Ii i ij
a .11.1 . . . 500 2 fi" ,i w ,
j Yonne Ri:=: I>a":"i.i an orphan Ixiy. ha= I -- -
I j . . . 1HO 0U 50 0n, i,
'.1 .. . . . J till 1 rt\J cominitted -lIi' mo at his home n.'-ir HIII" tUTee \ S"1.E: I' OI'KItTOR. 1'1-\1: ; l I :
-( . . 3 00 151)I Bm-':/'n. 11 ti! ,> f'Uliuty, using a <1t-i ihU' nndersignedtakesthismetbod *
< ,1 :,' . . .oo 150 'iu-rt'n.1 huean He had J'lM' )f Dileriutr her services;; uflrtliss It I' a BOX 4ix.h.ndlp 11.1..1'1\1.\ '" ,

,, "I' '' I . . . 2 i0: n-ur..l; ion. MUth rtorgia on a vi I.. | licensed,: midwife, !IMV-: /
_
t :' 1\' :\1, ..' . . . '.1 00 1 "II it to !r. !aTv =. lie wrote a note ('I in> had 35 years references experienceCan from, U.. -
best of
p ...,Lti . . . 12 00 6 1111 give anrautfMAN ,
It:.- itri i' :\!r. P.itt. il whIi: il,' leading physiciaus of this city. : LIT" ; every cla:, of Li'sb"ttlf
; 't
. . . ,I ftO 1 'aI i : r'
wholesale retail .. -
hilt -
rL' -t f.-ti mat !his lather and mother i :MRS. M. HIDDEN". ;;t .r or : Itrr
'r3 . . 't 00 1 !50V ;
> i .1. WI (r. 1 nth" dead lie had but few friends jiff IH F"'nnth fp\"i\iPN\! c w'iy down. 1
'a j .. !_. I . . 3 hll 1 1111 j i
; and: ihniicht it brst to put an end *o AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST er-
1 Z11 t it (1'\, :.i 1 . oo I.i.1i. I .
his f'xistcnce He took a ,doll,:.' --
(1 MF . 3 "Ii 1 50
(f ,\ 1 : ",h . :1 no 1 ;5't !barr< Ilpfl shotsun. plaot the m11771]( :
t II (Iat.: . . 10 UU 5I,' i on t.i.liea.t 1 o. i'r hIs heart and uj ->" I Curse : The Star
: ": '. . . 10 00 5 III'0 !j lag a forked\ ;:flick; pressed the tr.cger '! Laundry ,
,$ e :-0' : .. I I II it '!1s. . . . 500) on 2i0: 00t : He died in a few moments N> 01' 1
'. ;-' '" 1.1 Tob: ?" . oooo 5 00 2 5.1 1! one knows any direct cause, but It ito 1I,
\11 II :.. . . 'I: 00 1 50 SUtloFi'd Iabeen the result of : I Biggest Busiest Best !
to i' : 'J I \1 t . . G 00 3 00 DRINK ,
ae 'J; t1 . t. & 'r harts, . . 3 (1(1 1 50wims general dependency.Messenger i ii

A i ; Hart1wa I' :' .IIY.t.rd..tn1': . . . Ii 00 3 00 !
q.'t ) Jas. Campudor.t M..III' . . . 3 00 1 50 I Boys on Strike. j i, TUEU BY j I 1
s I R. Ilallilhl\ & (',: -t'--'t'chaltl . . . . 00 4 50 Cincinnati Oct in.-All the mtI"en.I : .
jili i ? Cbarit' Ec'otut':' Merchant . . . . 3 00 1 59t I ?er lays ronnert'd with the Western i! WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. I they Speak 1
1 .
T. F. \Y..hht'.n 3 00 1 !50 Onion and Postal Telegraph: companies !I A'-rixr. j\. '../ f ui' ii'"i i's \ I 1t
: J. M.Ilart-y.Mt'retant. . . . . . 300 15op i in Cincinnati are on a strike today ': ,'..", r,?.'l. ,.r ofr< .rj/l.lj."I.I. t Sue I, 'I'j. r J

i John Slit-pear'! Merchant . . . . . 3 00 1 5011eluberg demanding an increase of $1 a White Ribbon Kcniody lll'urord..iitroy
Pres. & Cr. lerc1.ilnt&. . . . is 00 9 eU I month. The telegraph companies I the dread npp..tltf hr alrotiolunmu- for ilieffiseftes !; ', ,("
: fir Luyrou romlacy.: Merchant!. . oo . oo. 12 00 C (10Levy.roll have installed! telephones and employed : Innts.incbriaif"'b<,>th a,,.r ttppler th" unticnl,' social n a drinker confirmed or

A Company. Merchants . . . 12 00 G 00Ltrn I; nom and say they are able: to deliver drunkard. ImooMhle for anvone to have aai at
b Burn;. Mt rehant. oo . . . . 3 00 1 5Edrthi n i I I appetite lit alcohol liquor after u-lug L We" let Uif- .-. -
I D Insurance Agt nt. . . . . . 2 5.1W messages promptly. I W bite Ribbon by Kt'm..oy.Ilml.r..d Meinbem. of "-. i ( I. Giimorl'. Merehatt . . oo . 300 1 51) I 1 Mrs. Miore, Dress euperinteudent of womarl I themaelveThey will .
J. W. Gay, Merchart. . . . . . 3 00 1 50J' new are of Oinunentsfor'atarrhthat Christian Temperance l"nloo0- \Ve wa.r: t +
lura. California, "I bane tested han we can.
writes
+ Oliver &: Grt'ell. Ier'bar.t8. . oo . oo . 3 00 1 50 I Contain Mercury. \\ bite Ribbon Remedy on: very ob'thmt.- ,1r !
1 Esumbia E. 1.. & r. CO", Ilectric IJ.lt Company. . 20 00 10 O0e4iw j AS will surely destroy the drunkards, and the cures have been many. y :' 'l' more by the work we
Ilel. . . 00r mercury In many canes tt* Rem" dy wag given tecretly. j what we say.
?Irs. F Parson. . . . 10 00 5 !
r John 011&11. Rtuulnt. . . . . . . 500 251.1t1bn \ I sense of smell and completely de- | ilorso White I cheerfully Ribbon Keniedy recommend)t' mb-rs and In-of
. Dunn Merchant. . . e . . . .. 3 00 1 50 j I range toe whole system when entering : our Union are delighted to find an economical -
t 1 ..1.1.. Avery, 11t.'rehant. . . . . . . 3ft 00 170;; it through the mucous surface 'work treatment:' to aid u* la our temper.alive I ALL WORK c. o. D. MI! Callft for act DcliFe! t: :

r _- A. M. .\\"t'J'Pii'tnJ.: etcoo . . oo . . 10 no s 1)11W' |Such articles should never be used Druggi or by mall il. Trial paek" '
1 1. J. & n: Frht. Pistols l'tc.. . . . . 10 00 fi 00 :1 except on prescriptions from reputa- I J free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend for I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
4 .. . . . M I
W. J. & B Forb! ;I. tl'rchant. oo . 40 00 20 : of Woman's Christian
secretary a
years
11' J. A. 1Valk.r. :\t'\'chant. . . . . .3 00 1 5\1 l ble physicians. a: the dainaze they Union) 218 Tremont I
Temperance INGRAHAM
will Jo is ten fold to the good WALKER Manager.
vq i .\. LI ...lIkoJ!. PaeA. Brott'r. . . . . . 100 00 50 1 Ous. : possibly, derive from them.you St., Boston. Mass old la fensacola by I ,
LischkoQ Mt rt'hant. . . . . . 3 00 1 511 ;, can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured Hannah Bros,VI $. Palatal St. -
1$, T_ rfnsarola )ln .i c Company'. Merchant. . . . .. :3 00 1 50i ; ;. by F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.. I:
i It L. Bryan )ft'rchar-: : :J. . . . . 3 00 1 50 contain no mercury, and is taken I ESTABLISHED 1862.
Cosgro F. l!r XI. Co. Merchants . ? ? ? 3 00 1 so internally acting directly: upon the DR. KING'S I ----
Riars. r)unwo S. )Iort'llo. .: ., . . . .. 3 00 1 5nMoreno system. In buying Hall's Catarrh I TRY NEW DISCOVERY ,
t!. Merchant . . t . . . 3 (ti 0 1 50 Cure be sure you get the genuine.It o -DBALIM 19- 0
ill j Sells & Gray Traveling; l:Inhibition . . . . 5 00 2 5ni istaken internally and is made in FOR THAT COLD.

i J U Bell Merchant . ,4 . . ? . 3 00 1 50 Toledo Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. and General aapdware.I
Jas. Hughes. Merchant. . .. ,'. . . 3 00 1 50 Testimonials) free. I I Ship Chandlery ,
Southern P.ell Telephone & Telesrarb: Co., Telephone Co. 30 (It) 15 00 c ff"old! by Druggists, price 75c Cures ConsumptionCoughs, !'I
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i J. B. Guttman. Stevedore . . . . . 10 00 5 00 per bottle. Colds Bronchitis Asthma '! 608 AND 605 S. PALAFOX STREET.REVEBE
; J. M. Ililliard.! Merchant oo . . . . 3 00 1 50 Hall's Family Pills are the best. u tLiF1FIAT oT-
( A. Levanti. Liquor Healer . . . . . 500 00 250 00 PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-! COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S BOJ-H cu'd
i A Levanti. .: . . . 3 00 1 50 Marston tj- Quina have risy LaGrippe Hoarseness GALVANIZED WIRE ROPB, A. RU88EL A BON'S PCMPri!
; i Jas. O'Brien Restaurant . . . . . 5 00 :2 50 nice Dressers and UaU!
M Stagno 111'05. Restaurant . . oo . . 5 (to) 2 50 1 some very Sore Throat, Croup and Cum dr.ti hlili, lilt, liitletl listriiuls, Iktrli, inert,

#1. G(o. Ncelj, Merchant . . . . . . 3 00 1 53( Wash Stands very cheap. Who-opisg Cough.NO COMPASSES LOGS, KTU

y _ _- _ _ '1 Just the thing to go with CURE. NO PAY. C. McKenzie Oertiuj Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' BsneToleui! Aeaa(

( (Continued on Page Seven.) i i Iron Beds. Price SOc. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. elation.'f't .

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER II Id02. .I b 1

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I \V. J. Lee erlbant.: . . . . .. ? ? 75 33Vin. fI .j'
OHEMMM I \ Sargent Stevedore. . '. .2 5'} 1 25

: I Irs. K. :Mitchell \ercbant. . . . . . 75 3S
tChas. Nix, \Ilerhant. . . . . . .5 3:) 1.
In the pure hop flavor. Bottled only at the Brewery. [ I::'. :'Irgaercbant . . . . . ? 75 3S I
The American: Brewing Co., it. Louie, Mo. i A. Angt-Io Merchant . . J. . . . 75 38 iQJiiO i

I 'Irs. L. A.. Bruce erchant. . . ? ? ? ? . .5 33t.

FOLD EVERYWHERE. ) C. Yarbrough 'lerchant. . . . . . .5 38 ,

-- C. J. Hudgins, Cigar Factory. . . . . 6-1 -12 t
--- State. T. J. Dunn & Co., \Ierchants. . . . .0 5'} 25 "

County. W. lJ.I1 nderson, Jr., Merchant . . . . 5,) :!5 for infants and Children. j i

t'... Mi re'hams. . . . . 12 0') 6 00 W. J. WiI.liams. 'Ierchant. . . . ./. . 50 a ,
ut . . . . ti; uo 3 00 Henry Fair. 'Iercbant. . . . . . . 50 25 The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne tho !sisna- 1
Van ht: Uros.. lerchants. . . . . ,
\1.| ithant . . . . . 3 00 1 50 50 25 ture of Chat. II. Fletcher, and has boon made under his I
\l, "r. haLt . . . . . 3 00 1 5'1 Ileiaberg Produce Co., 50 25 ,
.1, . . . . . . 3 ( ) 1 50 Sutherland Innis Co.. \leJ'cbants. . . . 3 75 183 personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono 4. t
.- Merchants I . . . . . 273: 1 37 James Wells, 'lerchant. . . . . . 50 25 to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and f r
.: ithant. . . . . . 275 137 S. S. Lumber Co.. "Ierchants. . . . .. . 3 i5 1 87 MiM-a-goo are but Experiments null endanger tho s i

d. . . . . . . 1000 I 500 G. B. McGill l rcbant. . . . . . 23 13 health of -Experience against I }lcrimellt. \ t
: '.lirt: . . . . . . 3 'M' ) 1 50i G. B. :McGill Restaurant. . . . . . -:12: 21 t

i i' nllst, . . . . . . 10 00 ;5 00 ThlO. Leslie, Insurance Agent. . . . . . -12 The Kind You Have''Always Bough ''i I
\1,'iiUnt.,' . . . . . 300 1 50 Arthur llostonlerchant.. . . . . . 23; 13 i t
.\ t .. Merchants . . . . 0 00 3 00 1. L. Purcell Law'er. . . . . . . 10 01) :5; 00 Bears the Signature of t
M.: !II hair . . . . . . 3 00 1 50 C.1.. COb ton, Lawyer. . . . . . . 10 t 01) 5 00
e r. i Merchants: . . . . 3 00 150 Johnson & Britson 'Ierchants. . . . . 25; 13 i ij i
? vi'de.:' . . . . . 10 00 5 (lt) W. C. Hinwialdie & Co.. Real Estate A ents. . . 83 -12H lrt t

Muhar.t. : . . . . . 300 15' J. Ta'lorerchant.. . . . . . . 25 13 ; sIr

\t. II hanl. . . . . . 3 00 1 50 I. THGS. R. McCULLAGtf. .
: Merchants . . . . 3 4)1 I' County Judge Escambia County.DANGER d t :. I I
,i. \haut. . . . . . 275 13S -- -
.1 I I' t Uroker. . . . . . . 160: IN FALL COLDS. In Use For Over 30 Years. LTHt : l

\1. rebaat . . . . . 2 iit 1 31ua Needed Ton Apparently reareV. co....... on MU.U. tturn .till .0" co" A ,
? ,: . . . . . . 3 011 1 5') Fall colds are liable to hang on all Teacher-Xo\v. what do you understand Ix 1J1I\,(;& '"""" ..-- --- ---- 1, ..

'. .d..re.. . . . . 100fl 5 00 winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia by brain work? 1 -- -- .. -
. . . -1st; Hoy-When a wan works with his !
;IIt . :J17 bronchitis 11 I
Foley'
consumption. r.---- DR. MoFRETT'S Cures CHoIera-lnfauton! i
. 5 01) bNHI.'rcach. ,
Stet ;.n . . 10 ell 1-- r
: .!'I' . . . . . 10 Ofl 5 un :! Honey Iud Tar cures quicklyand <>fCorJ''Ct.nd what Is man- I DiarrhoeaDysentery !. Jt
. . . . 10 IJO 5; OO prevents serious results. It i is ual labor? the Bowel Trouble of Itf
old and reliable tried and ; hrl.t' $ '
tested
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'.j! I I iI.I:, . . . . . 30') ln: Hoy-When a man works with bis i ChildrenefAnl'Age. t
: safe and contains ; Aids l I
1I.t. . . . . 2 75 1 ; sure, no opiatesand ha ads. !.y B (TEETHING! POWDER51 Digcition. Regulator i:
33i will! not constipate. \V. A.D'Alembertel21 Apls trie Bnw'dsStrengthens'
1II1 . . . . 2 75 1 I : K. Palafox.I 'rl':1.Chl'r-Tbat's rid; To which of I ta the Child and Makes iI ,
. . ;J 04.1 I Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists J j
. 10 1)11 I --- these classes do I Lilon;: when I teach i TEETHING! EASY, ; i I
r. . . . 1000 5 0..) Amiable Agreement Reached. you? What do I use most in teachingyou I ,t'1i v eS+d t, ?,. !) mail :,' rrnla U' C. J. MOFFETT. M o.. ST. LOUIS MO. : ..

.tl' . . 3 011 1 511 I I BiizaiUtilam. Ala Oct. lu.-At a ? trseEaxa:. Alt Jul. ..". I"1". ... n :II} : r I I 11 >' .II icherod "
. . . .3 tll'' 1 541 conference today h neon the commit. Hoy-.\ strap. trull Y Ii"'r..,,".. ", .111I.L r ir r.+ ]h .1'1".TiUo \ o, I .II.)4.l.adnunb i HrI.b I ,1"ioty I
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:' olio: of ditrict0.. -- . nl''r.
I I tee IX lnite1Ine:: 11.. U r .1-t r: 1 r. I IH '. l I ,.1.. .. ." .' 1 i i j
. . 10 00 5110t ; ','In.I..I.\\: .. : t
,. . :- ''' \YuiktTs of AnKTU-a and President J. "WATCH THE KICra.YS" ., w ,. .. .
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: 'h r. C. Mabwi, i'f the Sloss-SIufliold Stevl ; i iCALAWtXS
J:. _I 1 137i 6S7 "When tupjr ar" atTncted, life i* in t it
t :.1 .. .. : T..har'IJ. . . . 4611 230 I arid lum: company, with reference to danger," Dr. Abprnethy, the }I
. . . . 27:. 13i. 8 the tiliettiuu of assessments for the ray-
a:n '
1 i.,, : . . . . 2 ,;; 1381i anthracite stnKors tram among tiw great En Cure;!!li-Ii makes physician.!eoimd ki Foley', *. Ii'II IIVE f I

lld'.W.I : .. . . . .. III a/) 5 00 I miners of that <.upany, an amicabljagrttment Kidney W. A. D'Al"mberte, 121: S.; P.ilafoxtreot. Iney I ;
lerf't..IUI . . 3 tjt, 1 50 ,
'I I ',1" ( '' wa l't'U'ht'li.1l/ le af- .- t
t I I" \I 1'I'hantt!. . . . 3u') 1 50It' I firming that such an a.grwmer.1vad I \ EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH !I.? I nEt< 'IKAUK I '

!molt I: . . . . 3 01) 1 !550h. reached, Un.h sides refuse to give out ----- --- I

.- .,: .' . . . :3 011 1 50 the details. This means that th"r-s Refrigerators\\ have a i THIS 1VINfER'1'IIAN KVH 1 !E"'l KB I } i
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. . 5 .111 :' 50 "
.1 I ,al II:' .1 : : . . . . ,5 131t will tie LO strtJce at the SJossShtfflelJi few left, which we will sell i SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW. !

I \I. ant . . . . 7 51) 3 73; i company's niinw, which employs sev- at cost. Marston $ Ouina. i

. . . . 2511 1 '3I I I oral thousand rctn. I Thompson Olsen d: Go. i I I
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H. -L.uralll . . . 4 60 2 31) ,
. . . . 9 17 .1 5S Forty Years' ii-rmrft :;.,.. ___ .r.:_ ::r+ '
Manresa Street -7.
.1. ..1 ::1 oJ., . . . 2 liO 1 23R. ; To be relieved from torturing di'-I PUBLICITY FOR '\ Telephone l-
. . oil!! 2 III -
st.cu.u.t
: ease after fortyear5' torture might --'-'- - t.
. . . . 10 i 0" 5 119h I i 0
. . . 10011) vul I well cause tile gratitude of any one. THE PEOPLE. t

'\. .. .. .'. . . . . 1.)0O 3') That is what DeNVitt's Witch Hazel 1 W. B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPflflY\ r i
,.:' . . . 301) 1 50 :Salve; did for C. Haney Geneva, 0.1 $ Every Word Costs You a ce-ur.- I :

. . !. 2 511 123:! i He ?aysDe Witt's Witch Hazel and Every Wrrd is Read ft r"F 1 I

!"alit . . . . 2 50 1 lh; :Salve cured use of piles after I had By Kver> body. S) \\ \ } Q Q MANUFACTURERS A\ }) DEALKR8 IN j ; i
. . . 123: j.
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.:. 'd. .' : 5n Buffered forty year: Cures cut, +-'J"" _-_'"Y"_- -_-_-_-_- -_-_-_ _-..;;.;..---- I
!Iu: ; . . . . 2 1 2;3M ; burns wound* s-kiti disease Beware : : LUMBER LATHS t
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:. n . . . 3 "It 1ti' 5r1'I of counterfeit Hargis Pharmacy 1.( ) 'l'. i iI

\ !",:,: . . . . 250 1 25L ; John Slwppard. Sidney i Kaliu. chains d lLfJg I I .'< 'il I IIf
I n' . . . .2 51) 1 23: II -hiirpin; -I'ftir Httuclml.eyeglasses! tinder with will pl..a.1' J' SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES-4 iFPrieSBDI(

non! . . . . 3t 4 17 FATAL END TO OLD FEUD. i iI I notify :ws I
1\ \ . . . . 10 110 5O1I I I I I offlccV PEX!'ACOJ.A. FLA. tr '(. i iI

1 .. . . . . 500 00 250 0" I Rush Martin Kiid by A. F. Carter .I ___.\JON.. .. .. TO.. .. .. .L. .. .N. ..H.. ... --- I I .
.' I l' u ?' . . 500 250.w 1. tn Tennessee.Knoxvillf. n I II .
'.i . . . :300 15') I MONKY: TO LEN:or D mall on improved amounts real at low.h'
Tonn. large
Oft. I'L-A 11f\I'iJI!
. . . 111 flU 509 I rRlo-a 01 tnttTHst l'alloo Leslie K. Krooks.sttornry 1 I
. . .225 In: to The Sentinel from Monlstown s-a\ : at I..w.HI: S. Palafox Ht.. Fisher THE GA RDEN SECTION I ,
. $33 -117 I Rush! Martin wa shut anil instal,. 'v tjul'dmg. UmlmMONKY I ) ;\ I IoOFo

. . 10 01) 5 00) I killed by A. F. Carter early! this; nutrnj TO-B.\ -lIO you nt-t-a money? :

; ,' :I.t . . 750 j ing at Carter's home npar Morristonni I borrow any amount you want ,
t 1 . 215 375i: i Carter claim? Martin cam" to his horn,' today anywhere on easiest obtainable tunns improved and lowest city rates real :,;, Fensacola Florida. t

. . 2 25; 1 13 and thieat-m.1! his life and, ht sii it fisute-from Win. 'Iber.4): ), South 1'ala-. I
. . .1125 563 II Martin after the latter refiiFPiV t i lox street. lii-tJ_ i j jfK
I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
,; . 2 25 i1:i leave. Carter surrendered! at onm. i ila'l'ot ; I
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YOU WANT: TO BOKKOW MONEY: : j
I N . . . 5 Ott I i
j The 1\ llin'I.... a .sequel I to an IIi I Ii 1 money. Insure your property pro- 'i' ,
: .t . . . 225 1 tl: I jureubstraets of title, buy or sell real e-1 ij Beautiful Lots for Sale. '
Martin had
feud. been
tinder
,: . . 2 25 1 13 i a pi'a g tate, rent property 4 any description, have j,I t
I onll. at Carter's i instance. Both wor rents collected or your taxes attended to, :
. . 2 25 ii:{ 0' llon or address Thos. C. Watson A Co. ; { !
. . . 3 75 1S$ reputable fanr.frsI Keal J<; tale and Insrranc agents 1'ensl\- 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each according : _

.I,'. . . . 2KI 1 a0p1 I Foley's Honey and Tar cure, sola who buys Kla. a C'harKes lot from nioovrate us we will To lend everyone money I|1! to location and surroundings. f. : I

I .! . . . . 3 3:1: 1 fib. coughs and cold., and prevents rtneu- with which to build a houte. _td-tl.. ? "
I I' . . . . 750 :373 I monia. Take no substitutes \\'. A. I 1 Good Neighborhood View (
Exceptionally Beautiful ,
\I 1:11,1 l, . . . . 2 00 1 00'I D'AleaibfTte: S. Palafox. Ii 1 IICt-I'IoU I'C MI -t-hln/l I. .
I 'I I ? . . 3 33 1 IiI; I I I j i High, Dnj Fertile Lands.I "
. 25 DEIUAITES: 1'11001.111 l>" _
.t . . 254) 1 Mf't1lcal Society Attention. Jr u
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. . 10 00 ;S anIL on..noct..I:15 Hint Wright strett la-1.
The J
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t. It iy M ss Margaret Maclav. :p' -il grandest opportunity ever f
I I, . . . . 2 III) 1 1111 There will be a regular meeting of ti
:: I-Ilr. . . . . 30011 . I .he. Pensacol.i Medical society a.t 'OK rtAL.1;. I offered in Pensacola. i ,
. . . . 2 110 109t. she Board of Health of '.ce it fc .'- --- -- k
., ., : . . . 2 00 1 1111I I >'clock p.m. Tuesday.: Oct. Hand 2S. I?OK lot M.of\ LE.matting: 25 per cent just below from the cost factory, a tine: l Borne Seekers Should See These Lots. J il i
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\1.'I.hants. . . . 30 01'' 15 1111 I Visiting physicians are cordiallyInvited I second-band furniture, organs, desks and \;
Ins . . . . 2 92 14)1 I i to attend. loves for \.tore 5 per cent, II'J S.1'arral.n.It.below cost ht Fisher'sFurniture tf I'
DK.W. C. DKWBKRY : .
I',' . . . . . 1 15 S I President ------- --------- -- -- 1 Cl\z"b"bs i : ,

., . . . . t 75 b8I ; OR. L. I)t.:M. HOOKER;: I/OR HALK-Ttie most desirable lots In If
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I . . . . . :!:t 33 11G)1 -n25tctSecretary.: Real the Estate city Agency on easy terms ftil'i! South ty the Palaoi Usher, I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets t il -

.. ,; TOIftI'I'O! . . . 2 92 1 Iii I ____ ___ street. taalmI.OIt' __ ; .{ I
I tt\ I . . . . 1 75; fiKII I NOTICK. '\LK-Cow- wnbt..k- -- -ohl calf- u ---- -- t

(. Ial.t-:, . . . . 2110 1\)11 } to W. S UarrMd. oltfl !
i I. : \ . . . 25 13h. i I I have been authorized to take I ---- I Ir C. BRENT, WM HKXOWlhS W K n1 Cit. IK.. J.H KF.KHE. ,
,, t . . . 173; \X J subscriptions for Win. JenningsI >r. !.+ "'" I.. illlo President. ', .cPr-..drnt I'lcbler. AH't rainier
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:Lan I,' . . . . 1 75 6RItrkrr \ I Bryan's paper, "The Commoner. r DHE-st\LK1WMIs l>alncp Wtiitc !
"'.,., : . . . . . :l (II'J I I fhe price is $1.00 per year in ad :Mrs. William, Hiiharrtsarnin engaged I.
dressnaainga' :!11H rat: Wright '
t.t) dt . . . 2 92: 1IIi vance. Those desiring" the paper I Tbeywill pirated to have their frmmls.Ir..t First National Bailk ; I
. . 5 83 :2 !42ti : j can have it sent to them by sending; I call. order. attended to with prompting-,. I,. \\i.

!':lnt. . . . . 10 50 ii 2t: U.I to the undersigned.i 1I i 1-xetnahle_ __ charges_ JI ___ vi.Iw .b I

," . . . . 1 75l !\ i I H.M.RocHE, 1I I I Unlit GOI/U&4. _
.l . . . . 1 j5 81i Car Daily News I i iI .. .... .. _______........._..,. . OF: PENSACOLA. FLA.rFU .
!:"1I1 . . . '115 8$ I = =0- I \1 8.\R.\H HEIRifo-anUftCIUr"I I i. :

. . . 1004) 50') ) GOLAY=@ I i I I 1 Articles ill andd..ler'n IIair OU elo..II'JV Hhlr Goods. ,Government Hats, Soilet : QTOILB. ,

1lbauts., . . . 1 15 .... Itreet. I
WM. H. KNOWLKB. W A SLODKT, F C. BRENT N. K. HYKIl. JKD.
.t . . . 175 a8 : ,
\, lust . . . 1 75; !'I r Grist and Corn Meal Mills :. CU' FI.-O\\'Eat""' I O. '

. . 175 rt I' -
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1' 1.1 Mt>rehant. i
,. F. GO.HZAIiEZ 4 CO., Prop i, :I ( tUT KLOWKKS and Floral Lesions-; I I ; ; I.
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I' ; V.' ord..r.lor il
Special designs cmtnmrea
!..ult . . . . 150 i.. : M nnf ctrreri I IHOICKMKALANI I I Pone tiles VlolettMoreDO.. K.V West Oregory. rm! ad imti &ag ; ir.pt A i ill HI I
w/lm/ :
;, 11.n"'r' Lender . . . ; :2 :dl ; > pnt OItOClU 1, i
\.' I ;al'l' . . . . 1 51) 73 STOCK FEEl 9 '
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. . : I IUerm.1ny.
I 1,11,1. 15 041 7 :ill In ; ;:
for
futromze Home u8try. there Ii i .
"We draw BilU'f
!# our o Exchange ou Great Britain Ireland
-'n I u I. 1 T.llIu'co. . . 2 :ill 1 :2!:. every reason you should buy your Meal ant iI i
. . 5 1111 :! :AI.t tock teedtroiu Home Manufacturer. !I ,>\TAXTKO BaleenealohnndlenurcottipIHellur: once Id live, hustling France. Austria, Italy Holland Hpain, Belgium Russia Nci I
tor by to doing you encourage borne Indus.try. ,
,' : .11?,' . . . 1 3/, ; -, Vonr money It left In the community Of household, specialties; Ji.i to .-'.". per PerkeaIy way Hwelen Denmark and other European uoCLtrles.eaeel .
:, m.I. Apply to Anchor I' .. j
.\ I I'I'I handise IInl\pr.! . . . :; :,11 and you la tarn are indirectly NrnefliedID 1 No sat Intendericln tr..et. 8upplj llialw'S1' < -- -- ----
:. i' I,l 1"laa'Agelt: . . :.3 UII )ontrtbutetotheeaneeof fostering the borne manQUetnrer labor You ow'yet I, I'. Disbare Iron the Moos KsTrrable Terms. and then I ill
a . . . . 1 %i. tt to community In hiob you live ant AT E 11.-1.0 to Uarn harh.rSteady Irad. Obligations Taken Payabla &\ Port n* "esiu-atioL: Ten cr Fifteen Day I
_hloh oontrlbatftKtovoar inpDort 111 : practice, qunlitied! teach.' after Ven3l Arrirbi .ere t '
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:;al . . : j- 1 moreeapenrucein sburt tinif thnutars I s
I:.. I I-Iat.: > . .. :1\\
;! \g'ntB. . 4 17I' .h.'I re. tools given, board includ.d. SrSafety Deposit Boxes for-Rent in Connection r
.i"H hlIlts . . . 1 ::3i'a .. : .5 HAIRRBALSAMCllta.n ,:i watfe-f'Hturdays.establi-hed! Iswt: l'i'rticu-.
lars MI d CHtaioiiue mailed tree loser Hat with which have PrUa Apartment for the 11. II
the a .
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. . I !fI ; mod beast'Lea the hliProniukl : b. r Colin, New Orleans. I"a. ,?!"I
: . . . . 1 :! '. > luiuniril (rruifl. 1 __u____ of Rent>rq. JH i .
\I I, I \I.t.. . . . . 1 23 I..: __._ Never Hair to Falls in to Youthful. Bestore Color.Gray !i \ ANTED! -All kinds o> empty beerbOttlrl. i t tI
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Curv c 4 ft bur tm Uu I! A FBICDHAtl.
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Lit . . . . . 123: : I..: w'tlY Sk.and ti.ea Iml;rUu 1 I'I
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',--1:1: ;11.' . . . . 21" 1 II ; r.uYlloatltt"1I"1>1I11t-.I. WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! ; '
\t. .ilaLls!:: . . . . . 1 :.3: li; : T, k -- ......,..,.,.., j :

..I . . . . 1 :!:, h.' I I AVT. ): I"ITIJUlattH book up-to- Wrll t/l.llay fir our taM- ) .'. _
date,
to, . . . 11. :; .; : TLe'e tiny Capsules ire superior \\\j I and IbM hole coiuftinini(examination nw code for l11a.t"r.8nd of signals" airlwewhattPAlultl Y'ne Uult".1 eataue pre Iru.READ THE, .tnv.nd I.FTTLRS t 1 I :,

a :-: 11.'t hart:: . . . 1 ': :3 I. : to Balsam: of Copaiba: : mates of -a-n'oini "ec.ls worked out ...ndlfoxplam..d oiir mut.a......we... 21 W'rr,trewryh>>,r w1i1.1e! ;x, mi (M l, it iriii .:
\1! ha I . :i h : ('o:bebr era Injection 81'! | so that. applicant for ItrrnsA. will pup A.f ,f a' rt ht ";' .t.. 'aJ E ,.. I ,
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sure to pat* W. A. Gahlenb -ck. old, r.
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; : M..llditd. . -. r 'r anr.V preu 0' 'lit Ittrhurel. ", 1 .
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b \ ,'r . . . . 10 t 00 3 II" 4.4.:4 i [ ; HOfSEat weg.gcreaadu.1'i4rre"h' ';... Srtcit kwPr S ,.
\\1'1"\ did . . . 1 oo 3'1 IIOARDI"G: .. FI.... Mrs.Condon Wheeler Springs. IOJM.-bmateaWf.! rir.r! .i.ds.1. :
.11. : a:1: : I propnetre.e. "'1'. g' ItrCrwln4 n.tI.ttaw, : raw .1 b:., 1
: : 1 ()II ." CARDS. All the comforts of bom. at [irnvt Neu9.Y.t, ,i !. .- hI

i .'.nira . .) ;,') .. "-- ---. ..-.- ----------- .,. I I very will dud reasonable tbls an. ideal rates place Northern to tourists tam..yma.der iea.d.ntmrynh.a..4 w. I.*.,.....at.- R- r\nt't. I w1 r.. KITWl. -rII.JU J' stri'tupauu.er
i s spend a puts M.M LULU BE AW .
s'io'r :: s i tlon of the seaton :iolm F..tta., *a1. wirr ".eaiy. MMVntMxlfuMrniitr oqittrCVlt ... .
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<'l W. C. ROWE, M. D. .r jai I li. IfnutlIrrmt /e '
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100 I 511 I r..lf'Oind to dar. JI j .010_" are il we al! a Very t."nlVI run ,IC.
11 I' lo'low'crl4'or mil *>...ivoii. ?eyrn. IT....
1 00 i 5'1'I i: Office: 174 S. PalafixHourefromSto9:9)a.in.antl J.'ul1crnh. .ltn'.mp.h.'uR lrin.eadaader> 'JrrIB \\.lI'.Y..I da.e awb. QWj
ham. . . . . . 1 I'll) fI i ",- ..... --- a fr" !*/,- 1 am mere, than pka.d: ..fi tIto deIiT>r Iho 1'01.l awl <, '>rt T' ir s seunduhe.
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.' : talp.n ; Mr. A( >oE WTCUL"il6:! money befoc paying os. l> 4BEIFTOL .1.,
Italll . . 1 ..-. .. L'LOWE FOR FUNERAL fnrnlsned I
. .1 2:1: 1 ..iill' and after o'clock C promptly In banquets or special deelgni SOAP CO., Cor, 12th S Pine Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO
Miss Violette Moieco, !
1 Phono OB.I 821 West Gregory S.ALVONA _
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T THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1902

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:........................: day evening at 7:30. All are cordially I fi--..''-".'..- a w. & corCOZOIG-. & CO;--.",_..- i FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. -

invited to attend these services. t'o -
5 SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES : I

.....&+..........0..Z/0/0/i. 1 Lutheran. } GREEN WATSON & CO. }P
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German Lutheran Church, J. F.

Catholic 1v'. Reinbardt, Pastor-German service )I SF ASHION &
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St MJLiel's-Order of divine at loS'j! a. m. Congregational ) .
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srv.I:. rue rue summer: First ma=s'meeting j after close of evening; service -- j I

y: i a uj : l.i-t iaa.it and scrmou, I ; all voting members requested o The Weather ., LET IT COME AS WE HAVE THE NEGES- CO. )
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SAYS
r U.iJ: a. m. Evening devotion*, 6 ', |to attend. Sunday school at 9 a m. a Man Say.s. SARY ARTICLES| TO MAKE YOU COMt :E Wov. w. w.4 w. .

p. in. i Children and teachers requested to

8t. Joseph's' Rev. Robert Fullerton | i attend promptly Church uttering COLD WAVE :? FORT ABLE. : : : : : i
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1 I I ,.. -..--. -- ...... That dull:! Kid Colonials are the most stylish f, ,- -A to
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services. w'
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Putor-Firt mass. tJ&J a. m.; in -
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hi;h mass: 9:30 a. m.; benediction !1--- I' CO) Ladies! and, as usual, we are the firit i to show men.: \\
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7.3' ''I Christian Science SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. .
p.m. two style ; one, a
I Services\ at 202 West Gregory street :J'

ii: .isci>i>al. : 11 All Fj .
I at a. m. interested are invited |'r;
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r Christ Clmrch-Services by the i, to attend. FLEECED UNDERWEAR for Men the dollar-a-suii kind, .....................................

U rector, Rev. 1'. H. Whaley! at 7:30 I I __ > -: : our price only..6 csult .. .
Salvation Army. t
and II a. m. and ;5 p. m. I PRETTY
I Every one is cordially invited to g Special Sanitary Fleece, a beautiful perfect !garment that ? : COLONIAL OXFORD. :
::t. Kitheriue's Church, corner
.i attend the meetings at the Barrackson :- sold for $1.35, our price...95c suit < d
Cervantes and MXth avenue, Rev. DeReache;street. Holiness meet. a! e010.01@01..S.S.060111..!,. '
J. It. P.icknell, Prie-t in Chance Ladies' Fleeced Underwear 25c a piece 45c suit .
j i ing Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class j jI : or 4 '
:t' Services at 11 a. m. and j:)0 p. m.St. .
I meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation: meet-i I With a Cuban Heel, the other, a most graceful: SAN DA I Ilarjre S
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f.uv'l1s5ioo ( colored). Rev i ling every night at b o'clock i in the 1 c Ladles'1VaistsiFrench t Flannel) ..90c each

J. It. Kicknell, Priest in Char}*- Barracks ; open air at 7 p. in. Capt. I( >, A Better Grade...... ...... .. .... ::. :. :::::::::::. :::::: $150 each Q Black Silk Bow, forming quit a dainty etfrt \'.

4 Sjudiy school at 3p. m.; service at ,i Callie Holder, Lieut. Kellar, i i ", The Beautifully Emb and Appliqued 1Vai..ts.. .. .52 to $3 50 eachCORSET.3 be pleased to show them to all who call.
f 4 p. m. at the chapel, corner: : of Jack- officers in charge. j j j
I ..
yob and is street;. *0>- -&: ? e
Seamen's Friend Snder)'.
: H 'r" ,.Jj..t E'illc"IIO.1 (ii tutu!. !.mlh. One, Two and Three of a Kind, GoJ Clean Goods, to Close Out t S2.5OPAIR.
The Seamen's Friend Society will
8 dick at Half Price. Pj
j
Rtcd' :
-Chapel-I'reachingat3p.m. hold religious service at 3:30 p. m. '
._ by Itfev. W. 'i- Vreeland.Oid'den their j I Thi= is you opportunity: to get a Nice Corset at a Small Costa t .
? Sunday in readin room on : S' IiMEYERSHOE
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Mreet Church. Rev. \\'. South Palafox street In the Corner

tl Vn-elaiiJ. Pistor-Services at 11 buil jinx norm of the Scandiimiin .. :: For Monday and Tuesday's Belling:
;
i ..1. ;tndi":. p.. m. >und"y school church. !Seamen :and citizens of all' '

_ i t ,::M u. m A. II.D'AleUiberte denominations are invited. H. C. i 1,000 YARDS EICHT-CENT OUTING FLANNEL, 5s YARD. | CO

t i"'rinteirjetit ; Epworth I.puttt at Cu-hman, secretary. :: ((1}

T ,' ..i :Mr. Cade: hliackelf-Td pie-i- i reef ruriiMier- lull! filii .,

t d! :. L (dies' Aid :satiety will meet Saints MeeiiPKL'.ttfr .4: GREEN WATSON & CO.'oXIinioo :\ ': .
.
:Saints will hold g
Day ,
services
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t : c-'iuroii! Monday 4 .
< at p. ui.Palafox >. .. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.I
I Str-et Church, Rev. J. Miitiiufily. at 7 p. m. tomorrow at ( '.' 1I0\1: IU;;. '.....\ L Q
SaintHall, No. i i2Eat: Chase j (11 .
i (i1OO
Pastor; -Services tomorrow k $ $$$ .
't i street All mvitsd. i' :== 'M 's 'M. EE .
_
at II a. m. and 7o:: p. m. Ser ": -,

r' 'I 'II":! :it morning hnut(1u "'! he Fifth -- --- -- -- ..O........101@i00@;60p1@1@1@1@ISI@IOIt/01lIOIZlti1-

{ Comiiundnient," aud at evening C. K. OF A. SOIREEThe J -- ..
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hour on "The Ninth Command: N fS iEITEVENrSl i i MARITIME. .1

1 r ment." Sunday school at 9:I.) a. m., i ; t..GRAND C :

4 Mr. J. N. Andrews Supt.; Mr. J. A. Catholic Knights of America j -

u Avant, assistant. Epworth Leagueat will give a soiree at their hall I EXfOKTK. .1. 1 !

5 a. m. Sunday afternoon, W. A. l AND P1J 11SOAL Wednesday Oct. 15.;: Tickets: now I For October to date_...... ..... ..... '". H'i,";' : FALL OPENING J

Goodwin 10 td .
pre-ldent. Prayer service sale. | ARRIVal fo

at T'W:: Wendne-d: y eveniu?. In. 5? 52525 Gulf Hr ss Hnlopia' lots Burgees, Cardiff to 0 -\.T----n ,

I'dt ? ch-mpnt! weather prevented regular : and Mrs. S. R. Mallory Kennedy 1 lr ss Transit i'ilvrrdale,1711( 0 mils:; lUltlniore, to
j
rts OPERAJLOUSEEHGAGEMENI 1V S Keyser Co .THE BIG STORE.
y monthly of Huard of
u meeting; :stew:4'i of New Orleans, are the guests'of ... .
: r :irtls Fnday iujjiit.: They are called i I.
Mr. .
and
Mrs Frank Logan, of CLEARED.
i r- tij meet at Palafoxtreet church atSy. EIIRAOBB1SART 1 .
AtlaUa.: ""pan ss Leonora additional cargo: for
ilL next Tuesday. A full attend- Liverpool of 171 sqr bales cotton J.t1fi! round i
Miss Cora Goldstuker has returned bales cotton, 'p..) Mils flour sine tuns jlbo,- COLORED i
iii all- desired.Woman's
:< Dbatt!."I'twH:; 9 ft lumber. III pcs ash logs
x Home Mission from a pleasant: visit to Tallahassee ",,Jill pcs oak Etavef. valued at 1119)1 i. So
Society WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY OCT 6 [I Nor hli Karorit.:, Nordlio<', by M S L l' r e
juti next Monday afttrujn at I p. where he was the guest" for Genoa 'with 'i.N.-jyis ft deals loud board'.. C

M : 1 'u! Mr-;. S. M. Danuelly, president; of Mrs. Alex Jacob*. I value t I..1I" f PETTICOATS i

', Mrs 1'houias Hannah secretary Capt.! A. Cosalich will have tc- The New Century Attraction I fAILED.Kr :

r morrow for New Orlean to betria: ss SL-U Euterpe.Wui J Dermoud Wall,GM,>nAm \ : PECO i
B. i..t. Hopper. Pays n-

r i') First Uiptist; 1'1 Church-R-JV. F. his American new duties steamship as agent Line.of the '\ut- GaWn o u a r Uk ll ;R l tk k dtr 0. 1? ,I I e

r i1; Juiif-.pj-tor.: Service u: 11 a.in.and AT Ql'AKASTlXE. : **.'BRAID.. -

> n. in. Sunday school at Ujij; a. Mr. W. M. Tye of Washington, Rut bk (iurll. i'5, Svallnlstrom. from .
P. a
,
cm cure hi. I.enit, Africa vm Barbados: -
) !11.. 1D.. lings-" superintendent.P. D. C., general organizer of the American Vaudeville Between Acts to His M Robinson : '- $1.00. +
Brsi !Palatine.!", Ko r ;
y, P. [1".. service at 6:30 p. JJI, Federation of Labor, is in thec I'Armiierado to orderIt : s Demarara vm 0 ( .
f# A cordial invitation extended to all ty looking after the interests of In\lIED HV bk I rls il''',roniiglicre hio Janiero viu
,
r.iirbadw to order : jJ!( J I $1.50 & $2 (HI. i
t" attend the-e services. that organization. j, Madison Square Cycle Whirl I order Po-t bk L'nano -..', Cacbeur. Oporto to, .


i'rethitrrian. will The hold Wednesday the first meeting Sluslcale of Club the I i any The Repertoire Hizhest: !Salaried Company Caste ever in of NASAL--CATAKKII- -quickly- -- yield: ? : :, Dress Goods Shirt Waists i ii

Fir-t Presbyterian Church Rev. i Beacon Wednesday, October the South. to treatment by Ely's Cream Balm i :
i 15, at 4 which u ngreealy! aromatic. It I 3 and Trimmings. The OPERAVMi] ; j
a"I LIMI: It. Walker Pator-- ervtcesI o'clock in the afternoon at the residence : received through the nostrils style and finish i- curl i-- : .

.It 11 a. ui. and !h p.m.. by the pastor of Mrs. W. H. Northup. A 10, 20 and 30c. cleanses and dealthe whole surface 0 The most complete asortluDe.. Comes in :11111 It. '' :

11: ru ad ay school at 3J a. m. i full over which it diiru;P3: itself. A remedy mrutuf E'weInud- ever frown t
ft' I attendance is desired. By orderof Get Seats Early. in tl is at New York #. I'm ont .*_"._,J In >3n11 .
M I for nasal catarrh which idry- : > city pose .
the pre-idrat, Mrs. Marion Clutter.
I JI Cliriii.in.Cntral lug or ('xcitillg' to the diseased mew .

'SM Christian Church, No. 1U Invitations have been i issued by Two Nights and Two Matinees braue should not be tI ed. Cream: : Underwear. Corsets. :

; .E. ,..t II'jnuuu Street-Junior Chrisui :'11'. and Mrs. C. M. Covington to Price Halm: 50 is cents recognized at druggists; as a or by Br>ecillc.mail. : IinitFlann'iettPaudSlns- NewestSiod..1- -I <:j :

I Endeavor at !> a. m.; Sunday the wedding! reception of their MONDAY AND TUESDAY, A cold in the head immediately dl=- riidHrwe.tr for grown and Try The Habit B..I k t.'r' .

im.H 1'4' i >ol at 10 a. m. ; Y. 1'. r;. C. E. daughter: ; Miss Capitola Covington, appear: when cream balm i i" used .. .; little fork! -. new fctyleuits and -kits0 -. ;

t;: 11 a. m. and Mr. Walter Jones McLtudon, Oct. 13 and 14. Ely lirothers, 5(> Warren street, New .

F Q1t Oct. 'J. The ceremony will be wit. York '
I'hht'r..1I I jt. I \ Stirl
i' ipd j
; First Univfc "' -Church, JIast lie,=ed'lily by member the fam Saylor and Miller's ComediansIN MILLINERY OPENING 11 Id p[n .

t ;,t} Chase Strf-..t. Rev. Mr,. Atliulu J.p 4 ,
k -- I AT THE BIG STORE : Silk !Skirts fjtJ, $:).9S. f 11. 0 p :
..! t irwin, l't..tlJl-.rvicl'1, at 11 a. ui. __ __ I and IKi.oO. .

1r Mi! jeot: : "lineierp-tiuiatiu;; IJ..- ily.WANTS .. : 'a) Walk in:r Sl-irt; ? at f i W! 1 j l :
source?." Text: Thiins handmaid MAN .H0YT'S..1 Saturday Monday and 'foe-day, 2.') Sample Skirts, black and .

,,j ..r: !hath not anytluiiv in the house cave: TWO GREATEST PLAYS, O-t. II, 18 and H.i 0 color- o two alike, value *:9 I 1o 1I
d
: f I linm. spt-ci-il $7 W. :
< : WM J >H\-.N St .o:
'i A of oil. 2ui! KIIIV I ON.
pot 1:2: and Mont.Carl'. Croats-Ladii -.' .11 a
A Stranger In ;New York
7:80 p. in. ubjfct :: Vibrations" DETAINED : su.jiMisses'! ; i $750.Jackets ,
I
Text: A merry heart aural rood II I 0 "_'i- nc h our leader
J ___ ___ AMA I. HI'''. v .
like ,"
Ii wt.dlCiht'-Pr.\ :.i:! Sunday -B
e Mis=eu'Long Coats, <:-i .)J t,1 O C i
;;i sift i IoChfllat lit a. in. Y. P. C. U. at 6..>ot 1 Sherill Trip to Chinatown. : 1)11.-
Smith I
.
t.iis rooming nceivtd -- I
'I '' >. ui. Prayer rwetittg every Tiiur.iKli Ildies' n1trlaud=, ;Ito 1 tol I i .

1 a request from tahenlT Bryant Sensational Prices I r ir 1j : f9 1.0.: I f io i

of Raldwiu county to lulu one ', : a .
VS UKCKH.UIOV Matinee: 20 and ;!IJC. tH I .
t. ; George;: Vanderlip, who is u fu/itive Linens. :
std I Night: l 10. 20. au nnj otic.I I : I
i; Gu'>,1 I"n'tl ur the (;l safest Imi>or- from fay :Minette Ala. i I NO HIGHER. : Towels, l.1,1'J,11 I aud :2k- each! + :

_f t I;\n<'t'. |I Vanderlip is a white man and left 0'!' Table Linen hli .

1't I There is r<' illy no nefj ! t for rest if one will takn .einitificjlly U TAUN P T 0 j N.ipkii-s, 25, 4:;, fi5 and !>bi: duz:4'T itS
"A New York.1Tuesday
it; ::1 made fooil that rehail the nerve of his bondsmen. They asked the i Stranger; m I I I J .

centers and ia.,ke- work comfort Ni.rht and Matinee."A .
> a sheriff to have the man returned I J c.\ nl"l"I'SXU MATTi\li5-Ingrain: > tar; t
Iud pleasure. i "
: fl' Ou.. of our pioininent novelitswa and informed their sheriff he was in Trip to Chinatown. 0 l Wc yard ; Bru-cI-l'aroetIlHo Kij yard; Velvet Cir; .
[ $1 (Mt. :MattiugsiitoIt'ls: $l.a to M 50. t" Itu.tr- t
,
"? -ent to Colorado. 'Ride every Pensacolj. bherill 0
Li i diyleep: : in a tent, eit when Deputy : Keelingc ONE NIGHT ONLY i DAILY MENUS 0 J to J22.-VI. .
you uro huu.rry.: my hysicuii! tolJine I.im here a few day; a o i IJIBHOIHIHIIS--i-"j'jaIl1111cyard.: :

but loud dui not satisfy me and and he i is now in the county jail. He Thursday, October 16. Compri-e all the Up-to- eJ .
rest would ii"t end the that :
: fatesue" -
f tact me iu it. <;rip. I was a mtremachine [ will return without a requisition and Date Dishes the Markets ;;
r eatiurdciping, walkinc.rtvimtr. TIN: of the World i Jllilliain Ioln0ou Olla i
; !
1 an officer is expected for him th.g I ( ) ;
.
ii hut uue( ml t..l J.iy's work AfOl'd.
\
I 1 anJ with no zest fr the day's pleas- afternoon AL. G. FIELD I -- ------ i

I! are.At --- .............................................i.!...
i the lowe ebb of strength and -

', r m; courage; my "eye fell on a piece of BROKE THROUGH GREATERI1NSTRELS1_ Ladies' Private
t ; :
newspaper with which my guide wa* THOS. \VATSON & CO.,
making a camp tire, and I picked it I
(j, K- ap and read. 'Orane-N'uts a Food i THE WHARF :! I Dining Parlor.
t I' for Brain and Nerve Centers.: I read THE WORLD'S LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENISIiA ,

,1 on; it seemed to be a description oftcy LARGEST, GRANDEST BEST .
I l'}:" \ U/Hin.\
own case cured by a diet of i

e 'I) trape-Nut I sent for a-upplyo f f Due of the bid: wagons of the Pen- IN-DOOR EXHIBITION! Regular Dinner Daily. Southwest Gorier Pilafox and Ga'dsn Streets.A .
the Food by the next pack train that: ; sacola Ice Delivery Co. broke The Name a Synonym: for All That IS GreatIn
-t I ,I left my camp. It came, 1; miles MlnstrrUy. I FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS "oC,t ,',* ol

4 from the Learest settlement on a through some rotten covering on I IPalafox j *10OOO I'lUST I'AHT. Short .< :,< j.c J, J ** riTOBES AND OFFICES }'tilt' I i.
( : bnrro'sback. That night late Grape : Orders Promptly
wharf this COlEIHASS.1Induding
II morning and |
;:
A BIG COMPANY OK
Nuts without
q cream, milk or sugars Killed. Night or Day
,s .u*ted good. I felt that for the[ .overturned, throwing a dozen or Two large dwelling*, 2-tory, on North j I'I Two stores connected by 1 L,'
i first time m-is months I had btea I Bajlrn street with all modern con'enleo'li'lih l I IJ rooms and kitchen K'. \
: i more blocks of ice in a jumbled mass !i AL. G. FIELD. c!.. gas. water, and In re !idenee portion of .
fed.I : JOHN N. PHILLIPS.DOC If It's Something Good to Eat city, ittt per annum.S. | Government street,near Tarri
went to my bed of on the wharf. rental whole or teparately a' '
pine boughs p' you wtahyou'11 Had it at
Ql GLEY, Large and comfortable dwelling, 2-story,
like a tired child I rental.
slept and wokerested. I1;I The ice bad been carried to the TOMMY DONNELLY, with gal and water throughout Urge lot.
i Then I knew that I had : Nick Apostle'sPopular with outhouses, located on the corner of .
Ii found what I needed better than anew t': steamer General French and was intended I WM. MURRAY I' La Kua street and lib Ave., its per mouth. The McGinn Building c'rr.,.
SAM GOLDMAN ment and Tarragona IIr".tI.
sky, better than exercise, A desirable one-story dwelling, contaIn- "
better fur
h boarding hou e .APPlY I"'
for Fort Barrancas. The TOMMY HYDE RestaurantFor
a than rest, because lacking the food [ | 1 Ing 7 room and bath gas and aivr

that exhausted nature was crying r accident only saved the driver from i j and other well known fuu makers. reacb throughout of litUaod, south North froutage.Hill car within lines. Will easy Large store-room,corner Bay!> :: \
...
I for, these things could not help me. Famous Faust Family of lease for Ii30 per annum. tendencla street!,tXi pet moctfewoffls
well If in unloading it one block at a time, as
I am now. the future j Australian Acrobats
.
\ Two itorydwelllaZcontalning'I rooms, \ <> on Palafor! Itr..el. s
I win any rewards by my pen I f the steamer accepted it as it lay and J I Musical MlgnaDi Family. 1111YY1 near Kelt Line, No 210 N. Kurcfclona street. "Tblesen Building" and a large )Ja,
shall count them gained by the food I was soon speeding: toward the army j I Ii j Original Clipper Quartette. \\111 lea B for IJJ": per annum. antlt-room.10itall18 for meeting v-'

that made work possible to( me, and i posts with the preserving product. Tropical Trarersity For a bad taste in the month take I ------- -

;; that gave!" Name back to me my Postuui old joy in [ The wagon, horses and driver all King Cl'LTKIl'S of the MILITARY Filipplaos"BL'CT n 1ND. ,Chamberlain's Stomach: and Liver 'I I will repair your watches and Almost every one who (that :
living. given by Co
J l Battle Creek, Mtch. I escaped injury Tablets. For sale by all druggists I,,, Jewelry in first-class! style. J. J I Hudgins cigar is well plea>. J a
jf, I BIG STREET PARADE. and medicine dealers. Stephens the aroma




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