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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 29, 1902
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IL.38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA I WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 29, 1902 NO 39 t




BACK TO CHINGOES- --- PENSKCOL.K- : i I PRAIRIE CITY IOWA'I!1 i !J J : .11 I







WU TING FANG FAll FESTIVAL BANK BURGLARIZED I.I ( i l ; I }'>


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17th I ,,
ONE WEEK COMMENCING ffOV. I

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OF CCMMERC: I Ii AMOUNT: STOLEN ABOUT $1,000.

[ GEORGIA CARNIVAL COMPANYWILL -- THE USE OF I dI J

-.? Yet Been Re. I II The Robbers Dynamited the Safe of I I

What i LEGISLATURE Dank and Secured Its Contents.
'_tn as to the GOGAINE

',, s Successor Will I FURNISH THE AMUSEMENTS. The Money Was Mostly Silver-Succeed i I i iI

in Escaping. .t !
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Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News.
:y News; Special to The Daily News: ; !
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Atlanta Oth: .c.-.Au inurebtma: Jackson! 1iSb,'Oct. 2S,-The alarm. :
JO-BIG FREE ACTS-10! i
Blackburn Deg Moines, Iowa, Oct. 28.-The bold.
.,,--:MinUtxWit bill lutioduct :Monday by -Mr. tag growth of the use of cocaine among : I I
of the of Fultou. provides tothe establishment est bank robbery occurring in Iowa I the of Mississippi' has caused
11 advised I negroes : I :
In recent took place at Prairie :10''
years
Kai mil- of a patrol in each nuGUrdistrict the suggestion to be made that more !
:; !Ma he Chinese as em of the ttate. 18--BIC SHOWS UNDER SEPARATE TENTS 1 I-18 City, early this morning, the robbers radical laws should bo enacted for :,
safe the bank and
dynamiting the of
that the patrol I i
,B view, such aa This bill provides the suppression of the evil. The cocaine I < ,
nut be unlikely. shall consist of a captain and six menselected EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS AND UP TO DATE. securing an amount approximating of habit-is demoralizing the race t tin F
oJ 1000. They exchanged a fusilade I
\ ,, i-roy of Chi Li by the grand jury, each this state, and its growth in recent r '
shots with the local and '
officers es-
,. late Li Hung whom shall serve 12 months. A pen ,<..c..c XO JMJIOKAL: FI..\1THI H. ..( ,<,.c caped. \ years has been phenomenal. Thousands j
of :3 i ia fixed for refusal or failura
.y of that piov- alty { Night Watchman Erskine of victims may be found among I :
dlacoverjjfour
tale of minister to fccne. It is made the.duty of the the negroes, and in the delta section 1 '1 :, I
the bank 1 F
patrol the FREE s FREE 4 FREE men approaching at
,:t time the title members of those patrols to the habit is almost general. The drug l'
o'clock. One of the men corneredhim '
1 his entire district at least once a week, bas a quick and demoralizing effect,
:H wry: as
him with rifle -
covered
r, a-venttd and to arrest all idle personsagram sand CHAS.! G. KILPATRICK AND THREE OTHERS IX THEIR and kept broke a and the negro succumbs quicker to its \ ., i i
for three hours, while another
other criminals. Bonded constables 'n CYCLE DAZZLE ACT. 'seductions than a white man, and +I'
ut open a door of the bank and workeIon !
', each district are to be evoflicio members when the habit is once fastened upon :
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i The Daring Rids! Down a Flight of One Hundred Steps on a IHrycla by the safe. The other two' men patrolled '
of the patrols. The .:ra nd juryis tint he rarely reforms. 1! ,
the street, and by a system of
',1- '. 'lay: to famish the necessary arms and KILPATRICK! It has been suggested that a law I' ,
i signals were able to hold at bay a ,,
Oti other implements for the patrolmen! should bo 11t.;-,.-( making a crime for t I:
I i "1,1: Ji The member: of those patiols are to SLIDE FOR LIFE dentist, a physician and two or three any person to aye cocaine except 05 f
other citizens who wore attracted to
be exempt from road duty and are t3 a ph>sk-an's rtifirate. In 1900 the i
MRS.: SPRAY'S Dive from Top of a 00-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. the sceno. Five dynamite shots were \
for making arrests -
lees
receive the same legislature passed an act forbidding
I' Splash JJackward Fall iu the Tub 101 Feet above the Ground. fired by the man in the bank before .
: as the sheriff of the county HIP sale of the drug except upon a physic I' .' J
he succeeded in getting at the cash
Following are some of the new bills :iau's proscription, but the law U ;' :
I i introduced ffn; Monday: The Following are the Names of the Different Shows Under box.The ignored by nine-tenths of the druggisU ( '
sum secured mostly silver, '
was
:,,- 3 i i Dy Mr. teed of Taylor-To allow !in the state, and tnoy sell cocaine to t
JJ Separate Tents : .<.<. although it included! a quantity of cur
j section !371 of the penal code of ISiI I all comers without fear of punishment.
rency. At 4 o'clock the four men left ,
I! so as to make the number of chall.n I II --- -- -- The law is of no avail because no effort It I
the bank and disappeared in easterly
\I' I i I ges allowed' the defendant in criminal Under The Red Dome. Hagenbeck's Trained Wild direction after firing a number an of has been made by the authorities .I

'IIS cases ten instead of twenty, and! to enforce it.Physicians.
tvio number allowed the state six n., Statue Turning to Life. Animal Show. shots to terrify those who had seen state that if the habit ) I I
them and shooting through a door in '
rtHi of twelve. among the negroes is not sUPIreEsl"1. i
: Backman Glass Blowers. HouseUpSideDown.Johnstown an effort to hit CrsKinr! who had opened I
j U!: Messrs.! Hawes and Martin of Cl- and radical steps to this end taken ;! !
flrP thorn. A alarm
!ht :t-To reduce the salary of the judgo Flood. Wild Rose. upon general wry quickly, it will moan the utter : t .
was Kixon all a llOs'P! is on their
of the city court of Elberton from ruin and final extermination of the race I '
'I' I \ Streets cf India. '
German Village. trail with a park of !.minds
!r ,',i Jl I.5I/U/ to $1,200 after the first of January in the south On almost every street ; t

t\ :, 1S05, Electric Theatre. Stadium. corner can be mot the victims of tae

-' ,'", by Mr. Knowles of Floyd-To extend! and Show. The Maze. DON'T \WANT NEW\ drug. and mon and women alike use !1 ;i .

,,, i'.,II. the corporate limits of the town oJ Dog Pony it frl .-1 '. :Mi-rrjiants who have rloso. I

'i't' Oti Last Rome so as to embrace additional Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. lv n's'H tf,."* ernwth (.* the habit f :

territory therein. Girls. I Venetian Gondola. JERSEYVITNESSES\ 'eay that It has almost snpplantej tin

I inar- Dy :Mr. Rainey of Tf'rrell-T. amen 1 Dancing < use of snuff among the female negroes, t t

Ii'i '! ',' the charter of the city of Dawson. so and that snuff pVs have been falling ;

r i jss-or. as to reduce the salary of the mayor All Special to The Daily News: off \. ry pi-rc'iitibly for the past three tar
Dne-Half Fare nn Railroads ,
.r I I. nig was I of said city to' the sum of $;d))1.10 per New York! Oit. "-.,-I l-tiu'i! Attorney four rus. -' ,

UnitedHid annum. ,I I DURING CARNIVAL WEEK Jerome, has, au'o- ding/; to the Xc w The press of the state is taking ujf t j z I.

su-bse- By Mr. Steed of Ta'lor-To protect I York American, magia\ personal appeal :; the subject and urging the adoption 1
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,//I' this connt confederate and other soliiors: 111t'1I'I I TUISY .\riKuxoov.: : .". to Governor FranKIm Murphy, of .ii s( iiniaiNai!; :u< mod to save the ,
tinned in act of the !,'"n'r..1 a.- ''t of the cm- an ( All Children will bo Admitted Free. New Jersey, at his home in Newark and I.

'.me of his a>-- bly of this state approved on the ah'; I for aid in presenting the consiimma-_-_n__ seers ate being advised to look more i. f i
'I.'S will be clothe cf December, 181<7. I I tion of what is alleged to be an effort closely after the law regulating the J 1' :

orders of i By Mr. Houston of Fulton-To rovi-'u i TRAGEDY ATGREENVILLE. ;; TRAGEDY AT to testify ia the Molieux trial. This sale of the drug i I

...t'PTS.TEn.ATIONAL late. the Employment of children 'la 1'0111'Vas decided upon after li.stri-i

factories and manufacturing establish Attorney Jerome had hoard the MUBDEFlHRAILROAD I
report
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r t : menfs of this state, to provide pene-!- s. C. HOT SPRINGS of the two detectives who declare .\.l!! : .

tie; therefor, and to provide for enforcement their! efforts have been frustrated. Tii- '
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of sarai witnesses who are wanted iiiflnd.-\ CAMP F
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ByIr.: Newton, of Calquitt-P.esolu. :Mamie .Mclando i
COFFEE MEN Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News: Robert Miller, Drto'tive f j
tion to' refund part of special tax raid Sergeant Joseph Farrell: and DoIM --- j ; !
by H. J. MfOhoe.Dy On--1)I",!:i : (11'\ :j:',- -!Hugh Hot Springs, Ark:, Oct. 2S.-:'A tragedy 'lives .,
Glory and Curran of !
the Now i !
:Mr Martin of elbert-An act to Campbi !II' "I+. n ad!; I ill:;, ,! nunche: D.ai: was enacted here in what is known York force. Mr. Jerome's detectives Special to The Dally News. !
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in lmil.j! !I-K--I, JoJIiro. T. IIn,. 01'1 ::s:-John ; j
: News. a : .1| near" the Air Line at "llappy Hollow, being favorite Nail j
make! it a misdemeanor to sell or offer! a assort that Mamie Melando's! home is
depot Sunday a'ii. 1'1I001at 4 o'clock. Jr., of thp firm of Nail & Heeds site t ,
-This week prob- for! sale unginned cotton, commonly resort for visitors who go there to under constant guard to protect her ; j ;
-. .I! of the InternaCommissions'- called seed} cotton between the first: The shooting: was the result of a quarrel view a collection: of wild animals Rob- from being kidnaped and carried to and instantly killed! Kemp Dvereol, I I j

'; '* day September and the first day of about a drink of liquor. The Dial ret Tatum, IS years old, when passing Now York and that they wore unablo at Nail & Reeds ramp on the Knox. I 1 !

,"'' t of the commfti Divrmber tarn year, and to provide woman gave Campbell art' cents to buy the place where a large black bear to find other witnesses who were said l villo, ijiFoIlrtto and Jollioo railroad : (IIE'prsolp'lI i
liquor and uj>on) his loturn without home was in Chattanooga;: i t !
i- been for to be
punishment vacations.
adoptedpport same. on The Newark
was chained, was caught between the police ,
where ho ba.a brother.
.. : of the corn. I3y :\I'ssrs.Irxandrr. and Grenade fithor liquor or money she cursed paws of the animal, who dragged him authorities dooarr] they will not He was em. : j ji
plood by Still & Ror-ds as foreman. It ;
him and dared him to shoot her, whereupon l
r vii also was su1> To establish a county court for Wilkes close to his body and placing the force their men to testify in the case, .'
Is claimed that Evtrsofo thr I
drew atonod to I
the imposition of county, and to repeal aa act entitled Campbell his pistol and youth's head his and the district! attorney finally appealed ,
in
widely opened: Nail and that d
shoot the latter
fired
the ballet in
fired ;
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taking the
'I" who de- "An act to establish of in to the
Ise are a city court governor.
mouth I.
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was his
crushing skull
,. : woman's hPart. Death was instantaneous. when the self-dofonso, kllMns! HvorsoJe instantly. f I I ti! ,
Brands on coffee \Vashingtnn, in and for the county ofWilkes. bear's
keeper rushed to the -- .
scene and .
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," Campbell was: '..rrestelaftfrwarda :I

: various of coffee govern"so and- By :Mr. Punhar. of rrIl'hmond-T.J !colored arid. is In jail. Both par using mouth only of the his ferocious hand, pried beast open and took the BODY FOUND [CONNECTED BY II j pi_
ties ire!
,- obtaining the ati'''prize and empower the village ofSuinmorviile. the boy from him. The boy was conscious .

duties! on coffooile In the county of Richmond and an examination revealedthe LYING IN RIVER :1

of coffee at ,!, to provide and maintain come HALLOWE'ENMASOJE fact that his skull bad been Lady: TELEPHONE I I I

-alile In markets teri<'s. burial grounds! or places! of Interment fracturod. lie was also torn about -- I I, ,:

'i,'(od. As pnre- of the lead either within or the lower limbs by the bear dragging I I' I'
of these recom- without the limits of the village! of BALL him to his lair. Physicians have r.o Special to The Dally News: Special! to The Daily News: I : '

'' Summerville Eilija: Ga., Od. 2S.-The deaf : Ca, I I i t ___
--irestwl, first to hope of recovery for the boy. bodyof Washington 01 t. 28.--Th9Wilkos II' ;
'!i facilities! so as -- W. \V. Sowers, a teacher,from Virginia : Telephone and Electric com j ; l 1

iial: commerce in A r>i.ica1 S..ulhIriean Store was found l lying on the edge of Tinny has Just completed a line of long I i"j J. !
The Ivy Club will Rive a Hallow.
,I ',It bettor means O. H. Larson of lay: Villa, Sun NORTH CAROLINA Cartecay river by Thomas Henson on distance telephones, connecting Wash !t : t '
!11"I' In bad condi- days River, Cape Colony, conductsa e'en masque ball at 417 Ninth avenue I Sunday afternoon Sowers was about ington with the smaller towns in thii i ) i' t

..-b! regulations for story typical of :South Africa, at on the evening of Oct. 31, at which STATE FAIR 80 years old; was tall and slender, and county.: Only a week ago the South. ; II 'I 1

,:' 'd 1 in.t.ihlfmal! \- which can be purchased; anythingfrom there will be prizes for the best his hair and beard were of a light red. *rn Hell Telephone and Telegraph )I I : I

,; onVt- with the the proverbial: "needle to an dresed couple. Hallowe'en games dish color. He was seen late Saturday company onnnwtHl Washington with !I t '

here it is pro anchor.vallev nine" This miles; store from i* situated the nearest in a will be played. The public is invited afternoon in a slightly intoxicated their long' tance system by way of t; I i 'f: f i

railway station and about twenty- to attend. o23td Special to The Daily News condition, and it is thought that.e Crawfordville. I : l

five miles! from the nearest town. ------- I Raleigh, N" C.. Oct :2S-Monday! +. accidentally staggered from the '
Fl'w cnts on a bottle Mr. Larson pays: "I am favored Ills Life In IVril. was road, which Is very near the riverbank : I
devoted to the work of preparation at 'A SCHEME THAT 'F i
\:',an will not atone for with the custom of farmers withina "I just seemed to have gone all to into the water j zl
the state fair grounds here so as to
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"f radius: of thirty miles, to many of writes Alfred Bee, of Wel- '
having dessert pieces; ,
have everything in readiness for the
whom I have supplied Chamber
the.,' oil" in flavor. lain's remedies. All testify to their fare back, Tex.bad, made biliousness life a and bUI a den lame. Icouldn't opening today. One of the feature OYSTERS AT HID APOSTLE'S WILL COST MILLIONS .f ft ( : I

'. value in a household where a doc eator sleep and felt almosttoo of the opening will be the chorus singing E t I t ___
tor's advice is almost out of the by 200 voices.! ,
lresh Buttermilk 5c. question. Within one mile of my worn out to work when I beganto Fine oysters today. Try them. Special to The Dally News. f! ,
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a Electric work
at Solomon"s. store the population is perhaps! sixty use wonders. Now Bittersbut I they like Get a free sample of Ch'amber- SIC APOSTLE. New York, Oct 2A' ,K h.ma 7or ; sI r
ed sleep a top,
Of these, within the past twelve can eat anything, have gained in lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets at setting! back the northern and eastern s
months, less than fourteen have
no
been abolutelcured by Chamber- strength;; and enjoy hard work" any drug store. They are easy to Hot Chocolate with portions of th fortifications of Paris, u

.,iI' Iuney by buying lain's Cough; "Remedy.: This must They give vigorous health and new take and more pleasant in effect than Whipped Cream, at Solomon at a cost of $10,000,000, baa been a* i t

your [urni- surely be a record" For sale: by all life to weak, sickly, run-down people pills. Their ue is not followed by 's. cepted by the parliamentary credit ;

GP2fJJarslon druggists!: and medicine dealers.Poley's Try them Only oOc at W. A. committee, laYs a Paris dispatch to I: --
$ Quina'sEmpo D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 South constipation, as is often the case
The Times
by of ,
'J.t way London Tht
,,: Furniture Palafox street. with pills. Regular size, 25c. per Y I.
BANNER
Tar SALVE sites of the
Honey and present' fortifications will l
ern --- box. All druggists;; and medicine _, ,
cures colds, prevents pneumonia ASK HIM FOR A HUDGIXS' !Se, dealers the most healing solvo, In tfv warless It is estimated, produce 20(0001000. + F 1:



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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29. 1902


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1 _________ i I Save the Children FOR Failiion THE In HOUSEWIFE Furniture.One ,, EXPLOSION Of BOILER I


Ii man is largely responsible fer :

_ _ All stomach and bowel troubles in child or adult art the requirements of house decoration I WHECKSGINBUILDING/ AB.e

due to a single cause-Indigestion. Years .
today. ago William Morris began I

1q1 Flux, colic, cholera morbu3, diarrhoea, dysentery and !It, when 1 by proxy he threw from i
all complaints like nature are the result of undigested '
S roods our mothers' windows the white cotton I The Catastrophe Injured Several -
fermenting in the stomach. The only way to
;. prevent fever and to cure such troubles without injury tidies with which they were wont to I BEERSFamous

to the membranes lining the stomach is to restore decorate their homes and opened the Persons Severely.

r / perfect digestion. eyes of a few to the fact that elaborate

gingerbread decoration and cheap NEGROES PROBABLY DIE. the World
; Digests i WILL

i ff K 0 D 0 L What You Eat wood LIJ'iIlimtly'nrnishr were not Over-Fully Matured,

I art Then began the introduction of a Mrs. James Jinbaugh Received Injuries

J \ / Kodol Is the new discovery which cures all stomach few good pieces, survivals of an artistic Sold Everywhere.

I?i .......:.:::: and bowel troubles by removing the cause. This famous decoration ended so suddenly after that Necessitated the Amputation -
: _ _ remedy checks
r fermentation cleanses purifies and of Her Arm-Her Son's Lt'
Sheraton's day a century before or !;
Iweetens thestomach. Kodol digests all classes :
I of food and gives to the body
: all of the nourishment, health and strength it contains. copies made by the occasional farsighted I Was Braken.Birmngham.

4 Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles. manufacturer. Yet at best I
Mrs.
..' 4 "Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure Is Just the thing for dyipepsl and stomach troubles. It hu these pieces were rare and used with Tupman, a prominent I Ala., Ott.A:: :siv: \
kelped me more than any thing else In a long standing cue of caurrh of the of Richmond ': If You Have
Va.
Ii Oscar 1nlt.Cherry v Alley, N.V. itomacn- out any regard to their surroundings, lady a great cial from Talladtga Ala.. says that uillonday

i Prepared only by E. C. IVItt Co., Chicago. Sold by all dealer although through them we learned a sufferer with woman's troubles morning a boiler exploded: at w

Ale KIDule CIU3& Care The t"vorl", bQu'lthold remedy tor COUlths colds. croup, little about the furnishings of the different the Uingham gin, on Baltic street "" -'
1 brooch1tl& irj 1I iiiir ;&, atul lU11a trougu& 15 ciz tells how she was cured. I
periods and could talk understandingly I wrecked: the gin building and hurt seen \

; r John Kheppard.HargU' Pharmacy Sidney Kann. of colonial and Heppel- "For some years I suffered with 'i iR-ople. Three negroes \v. i- I I RteufftfonURICSOi

II __- _- _- white and Sheraton and Flemish and I backache severe bearing-down pains riously injured. Mr ;. James Jinhamjn !
leucorrbooa. and ,
falling of the womb.I
a mission furniture and pointed with and her little son, uto were on tiiv j
tried
AN ENGLISHMAN'S WIFE. ANGRY PARSON STABS FOE. many remedies but nothing theIm'!! II"
I _ pride to our various possessions, never eRmei
gave any positive relief. sidewalk: near the buildms; were s- ;"u.t'Io.

I Site Ie Hfnlly llrr Ilaihand'i nu"lo., Rev. a W. Eriggs Badly Wounds Mr. realizing that the hopeless medley of .. 1 commenced taking Lydia E.:: I \erely hurt. The boy's leg was brut I TouJt she cures Liver) K

.: Partner and Aoln It. Garr at Paducah. our furnishings was only a shade less! PiRltliam's Vegetable Coiii|>ouii inartistic than the gaudy varnished in June, 1901. \\ hen 1 had taken the i>I t I UriC &"dIt never ails i
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Ln IlUll"
n her made I
that
:lJSlulIC't"s Magazine injuries on arm amiH the health
Paducah Ky. Oct. aDhtrerl'lI.\
2S.-Through an .
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first half I '
t ) "a man's wife I Is in reality' hisptrtJIl'r. unfortunate pieces that preceded them. battle felt a.at improvement I tatlon necessary. II.V.. IIt'ndt:1'sUIl'' Send stamp for 00.I) .\
misunderstanding Rev. Now all is changing. In the first and have now taken ten bottles tificates Price. Jl '
'I nr.d, whltl.l'r the ; i : per
not two
LV or and G. V. Kershaw who were in th .
George with the result that by druKSisia. If .
Waverly Brig-gs U.D., pastor ot I feel like a DeW yr .r
are iu harmony with: each! other! in affection the Broadway Methodist church of this place, the shops no lunger; ofler any except womanlien I commenced taking office of the Tallade Oil Mill din :.. $ supply yin it will !I. .ft. I

_ ; ii all material limits taey: recO city the largest church in west Kentucky pieces definitely copied from sonic the Vegetable: Compound I felt all ; pany across the street.1'1' injul ,' : receipt of price. Addr -

::tiizc that tl:eir fOI.ta111'1..' irreocaVly famous worker's designs;; or else! adapted worn out and was fait approaching .
i Monday night stabbedT. and : Mr. Henderson was bruised and had : ; UriscCtericiCo.LosArF! ;..' ::11
I modernized ntainin all the
) lioimd I
lar together that the interestsrf J. complete nervous collapsu. weighedonly : rib broken. Mr. Kt'shawa* li'iii' I or the
Garr. the proprietor f
t boLt are IliaC lenticul awl tLnt ) decided characteristics. Xo I.niger; must liS i>ound-s. Now I weigh ion), :
in the back and bruised. Xo -
'I '( each IMS Ju' t as strong a motive for The Inn. a fashionable boarding you l buy a chair or a table because you jioumK and am improving;! every day. on. t. N Brnnswi![ & C. N
; dead. though two o>u 01 Lit: .
nigrot-s
tk touse. The used I gladly testify to the benefits re i
tI 1k making tiling ;1:0 will as has the otber weapon like it. You mu"t buy it for u eel'tlill1IIIl' .
{ \'I'.I.- \Ius.U.. 4U'3Veht 1 three injured di.-. .
)( : may
was a email <'IH.'tknfe.! The bLad.entered : Distributing A< "
pO : iu 11011J'causc\ it is now I ;
iiJ fitu-e they! 'haie equally the labor unit l your .
_ 30th st.. nichmonil. -S5000 forffil if I L I
the rewar.\thl'r'ftoU.! They nay have the small of the back on tnc out of the question to have a Chippendale O'lgimil of a'jutv Utter frroiirg gtnuiiicnajVlj l.u."t : ''' ''' 1\' '

Jit4 their private! disagreements, but they !left side inflicting a serious but not chair, mission table. colonial wallpaper b3 PJUd d. ;Natural Anxiety. I

_ i-I W front tl! P world tog-ether.; The wife fatal wound. The affair occurred and a ppehvbite\ lied\ all iu the \ .'ii a medicine lia<> been !,,,,-- Mothers regard approaching win- '

taki.i the kciu.st interest in the mutt about 7 o'clock, ct:: the Inn wh6'. ,? same room. Your furniture and wallpaper ("('-.'.1'111 in more than a millioniUM's ter with nnsasines?, children take I

luinute details! of everything that affects Uri ;sjs' family is !living.Mr : and draperies ansi carpet must N it jiiMM-r yourself to cold so easily. Xo disease costs more

her liiK-liand's welfare. She Carr hart !be< II skylarking; with all be selected with definite knowledgeof ; s-aj, Mit<>tit tr> iirj; it, "I io not }
little lives
than
It's attack
i5'
Iwliovi- \\ uutllJt! IplIII" ? croup. i | -rz
t: knows his i iii< ouie to a penny. She : tho ni'ni-.rs q Iifle fi.v.-ar-o'd I snn.Vavxiv. what is what anil fortunate indeed ufl'h.Utl cannotish to re- so sudden that the sufferer i- often I I .

manage* IUT hlIl-\'hohl a<;? a chancellor I \ I aJ'i.: : :i ,. 1 M I fnin thfrmr. for most of us it I is that the salesman i main \\'-ik and :.iek.i ; beyond human aid before the d.'jtor

', : of the CM hequi-r' tpanaires the nation's :> :.-::,:: :rg n' ,rtc !hm! niton 'h-i : knows; and can tide us over the diffi i )[1'<. IMiikhani.T.ili! >'>" ail.ln's-sisLjun. irrivp :Such caP8: yield readily tOne 1" I (

I oitiso!: tint! the annual budget shall ;;1 i' 'i I1'1-" r. Tit-; ,: '.- |i-f'.1I1 struck a culty. j Ma.*., will answer cliifrftilly Minute Cpnsrh Cure. Litjuifle-J ". .f,

5r '' not oulv avoid a '.elicit and shall aeonratily I i ba'--t-r! rail! d tl--: > 'aP: a.**'. badlvb.r !! arid \\ithoiit cost alllt.ttt'I'J' the mucui, ulliiy-. .immation, removes ;,! *

: L.uI:11"!> <-. lintn that it shall : "i i!.'; 1 his! fac aid<1 cutting th- ?<-aiT.I' ; A AVnllreim! on '''-hl'l'h. :nlilr) ",sel to licr liy ..iJi i ; Avonion.IVrliajx danger. boltttelaCe.. Acts !j .
The removal of plates and dishes already .lie liajnst tIme kiuml- immediately.) Cur.,., cousii- cold :
f IA;. show a surplus. She will practice a : laii's rrcar.i-" !.ro'ii.ht! his fati! -rSo''ilnuly .
used and the labor of replacing ('.l.rl' that nilllll'lJl your caetry ;:rip, bronchitis all throat and lung ,:
rigid tNonojiijif nece.-vnry.. and In do- ; theuttm of the nji.-har: them w.tb: another course; means an her to-.t..y-It v<*ts mint hing. trouble. F. H. McMahon, Hampton:
I ins w she will fe< l that she is merely ""
said Jir. Garr Had .sMm-k him Bdi.In '-\ Ga. : ".\ bad cold rendered' me voice-
i awkward break! in the meal iu households
'l carrying out her share of the marriage in his (excit mnt that the boy IPS* just before an oratorical eOlltpI -!.

coutract It is the mans part to innke mrant Garr had assaulted: him. Dr.Brio's where there is no one to wait intended to withdraw but took(

:t money; it is IDT part to lielp him save ; ; put the question: : upon the table. It Is an extra burden Autopsy Held Over W. B. Schuri. One Minute Cough Cure. It re-tored

.: it She plans nothing for herself apartt r "Did you hit him?" upon a housekeeper who is clad Ix-lianon Pa., ("'I. 2s-t'oron. r my voice iu time to win the medal" >

-; from him. She! cannot think of him as I lie understood Mr. Garr to say that enough to sit down after her labor in Schultz assisted by Drs. l.ight and! HargU1 Pharmacy, John Sheppard |
the kitchen. The appliance shown Sidney Kahn. ,
-IJ in autiling from her. If he is
apart
U-f.
he had. Strohm. held
Garr says he answered notwicf' an autopsy on the J'f' j
-c' lij in political life she enters into his am. reproduced from the American Kitch- '
mains ofimam I]. Schuri. the 1 ) I
Marston
1 biLious with intelligence and zeal. i1ie $ Quina have
Tried to anger the clergyman dealt wealthy farmer who was found dead tr
t Af..: 1 will write his letters for him and entertain the boarding house proprietor a blow. his orchard on Sunday evening Th< i some very nice Dressers and I YOU CANNOT 1\\1"\\\ \ \\

4 1 1. % his constituents.! will study Mr. Garr returned the blow. A rapi.1 autopsy revealed the fact that Schuri Wash Stands very cheap. \
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:: a the bludiooks and teach herself to understand j
:: I the public! questions with exchange of rights and lefts follow!. was shot twice in th face NuthT :|' Just the thing to go with when wars will conic. W

; In the teat of the struggle Dr. Hriggs bullet however caused death ant } render the price of cm I ; ;
I i which 1)(' has to deal so that she may l Iron Beds.Foley's .
i 1': discuss them with him and follow hU drew and used his knife although he be was apparently clubbed to death T: 'In linn' oTpen-pi. pi' '

has no recollection of stabbing Mr. has developed that Schuri had a large
r She to
career intelligently.; belongs .
) Garr sum of in his Honey Tar I Have a gas .toveor r.u-:
J:2 him in fact, as be belongs to her. A physician was called and the money possession when and
.1. injured man's I he left Lebanon last; week for hi- lirchildrfn.safe.sure. inland heating in y ,
bi There is not much display of sentiment wound was dressed. Ibis II No opiates, I j _

; I ;I In an Inlioh: hOI.ho1onftl'r the first ; rtstinc asy at midnight. The if I I II home, hut his pockets were i"i ;i \' II s-ays Strikes III.I."I. i,, .
I.
J year of married life has ended, hutthl're fair. which created a sensation; i= I when the body was found.! No arrests I may ifo but if we furiii-1!. y.
I .uXEH\I.: FKKNtll; SCIIEItLIFollowing -:
: is the !bond of a common interest dc( (ply regretted by both gentlemt n. have as yet been made. I :aa--eookiiift and he.itii: _.r -t .

!I t.tt :I.J 'which prows sti-diger every day and Disappointed I / i j.* the schedule! '>f the'overument ': para tin iiT.ilr dom -tie 5.II> : '
Burglars.Irwin. .
every jear anil which gives to man 1.I htnlnt Hiiiililllf. { steamer General: French i forever." :No mi-tnl. '
Pa.. Oct :28:! .-Alter hjndI! It i Iq for to
I nlisolutely impossible us
4J- und wife a unity of purpose and of which THE SEWS prints for the I Isenefit with

; :4 4 j ( feeling: thati i ill boyotul comparison! gauging and badly maltreating th < L- .1 I conceive the rapidity and brilliancy of the merchants who ship i dealing IH.

: outlast the cobweb! tissues of emotion night watch man. John Hamburg Sr.. at I I of l lightning. It has been estimutid heir goods to the \arious army

iF alism.. --v \Vtstmoreland: Coal company's offire i I I II II II that a Hash occupies less than one-millloath !!- ;posts: !Pensacola Gas I' ", '

,t'> ; m Wost Invin. at an (':t.hUllr! : part of a !'('COllti.s onetenthof leaves rpcsRcola! ... .. .7.<*i a. m. .,
4 ..OIV tilis (Ueavee liarrancns.: .. .... ... .. .. i:; _ lie Vvn. a rtuicher. "" morning. four ffiskJ then I'ntC'r.1 I a second is needed for the fI1I1I'1TI'c.tof L>eavf I'lckens .. .... .. _.. ..;11a.. III. .
.. .. .... .. ..... 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Penaa ,
t ed the building and blew the nny light upon the eye we :get onlya I.a\"ult.uronclu! ":1 I.;i a. in.Leaves
c "Now, I rnther I'ritlm 's.lf on my open sate I Penmeola .. ......... ...)(iI5a.; in. ,
< m ability to read character." said the in the big vault and SPI'ured all tlimoney > very faint idea of the brilliancy of Arrives llnrmncns 11:10 5m. and tht-n

that It contaimd. The I j tie flash. naki-B a trip to Fort McKce and then
: 4 man who was given; to buying detective ro:> '. ; :urna to Carrancai. r"1

:: tales; ";)11.1 jet why should I ? It i bery evidently was timed :as it wa I I>eavfs tl rr1101'I1S .. ... .... .. .. ri.ip. m LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTSOFPYTHI\
I !before Cans For thr Condition Leaves rickt-ns . .. .. I.:::. p.
jnt when botit :
: ; ( U really n very simple thing; requires pay day. Sis I.llo/i/ I
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I "You don't shine so brilliantly as of Laves" 1''II' actla.! .... ... .. .. 4: f
i nothing hut close observation. For in4i' disbursed for the regular two week"? :'jeavtFickfns . .. .1l. I) in
yore remarked the oil. Arrives }(arraucas 1'ItJ: ; m. and niakrg: .
;. Btauce. it is easy to tell a man's occupation. pay. The money is not k( pt then :! I "No.: said the wick; "I have been rip to McK..e and return.p. ,

ts& His facial expression his actions. end the robbers only secured about On Wedllc"d:1v"aud Saturday: HIP I
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turned down by Miss Maude because PenRacola
Lodge, Su.3. K t f
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even his tlt.'s, are stamped by :OO.? They escaped without leaving; boat wit; leave "lJurrancas via Pick-;
.' THE WAITEESS COMriXTE. that young simpleton Is coruiuTown :;. -
t. ; ; bis daily work. You sec that man: sitt' rny flew to their identity. 'n2 for Pensacola! at G0:; p. m. mi'etitiyt'ry Monday -
en Maznzitie, is : convenient labor and Country. Ing at..il at taU,
very
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The Oeurral French for
; tt ting opposite usV Well I am just as I is army | In th* Hlount -- W->

1; sure ns ihoimh he bad tulJ me that he Judge Candler Takes Oath! Saturday. saver combining the convenienceof I ;purpose* only and any out id r mu-t lili'tnn: th'rd floor
-. the serving; table with the utility o/ In VaIl Street i aave a 1':1from: the quartermaster': L v'HItlnn hrhtlir. u ,ord'
c in a ha rt'er" () .
Atlanta. .ot. .S Saturday! Judg welcomed
the dinner wagon; (a small fouling taMe Sho-Are you a bull or n bear on ) take pahsijrf n \ (l-er. | ,
1 k1 "You are mi"takl'lI."rrplie.1 friend. Samuel B. Adanid of Pavannah, wno I H JGOLAY i
on casters used largely: in restaurants 'change? H. HOK IEHK >
That man i is a butcher. hao been filling the ad! iiiterim term on K. A K.
4 I' "Imp'tssibl.cxclui'iicd: the amatenrdetective. tin. bench as a temporary receptacle for lie-Hoth. I bull the market .tinfi PEOIESSIONAL CARDS.

You butcher supreme court because r/ slIJIlil'sl.!: bear the losses.; Sec?-Chicago! : News ..- ,. ---.- '" .....
j? v.y- never saw a the resignation of Justi<'e Hal T.ewis. The "waitress"' in question is mad wrc. ROV/IE
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IE : with slim white iiaIIIc..ke his.!' M. D.
3 will retire and Judge John S. ,
Candler, from a tirm box 20 hit-lies long. 17 NEVER ASK ADVICE. = =
I r admitted the other
"Perhaps( not. ,
judge of the Stone Mountain Circuit inches wiile and 12 inches Four Ortiir: 17 S S. 1'alafoi.
deep. When have cold
"but he I is a butcher! Just the same. you a cough or 1
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.. ... "'II..w do you know he is':" who was recently elected to the office, plccis of si.iooth 2 by :2 lumber, each don't a=k what is good for it and get Hours from t<> ": ; ) a, m and 1 to: 8 p. n I Grist and Corn Meal! M'!

will begin the duties of associate fourteen implies long, are required to and after oclocaI1iciio
:; : '1Io\\' do I know? Why. the scoundrel some medicine with little or no merit p- .
justice of the Georgia supreme court. form the lws. The top of the box Ga.in i 0. F. GONZALEZ & CO. .
} shaved mo once. Household
and perhaps dangerous. Ak forFoley's
Judge Candler) will enter upon a four slats forms
i14t Cuost supjiorU'd\ by one shelf. iI Manutactrrpr.
f' .3
years' term, having been elected to 'fh,' board that is to 1 be the base of Honey and Tar the preate-t I CHOICK l'U\LAXn I't'itI'i

: cU: : ; Ilurlnl A lUr.Though fill the unexpired 1 term of Justice the serving table mut then lie taken throat and lung remedy, it cut.- I TOCK .'1-:1-:1): : .

t' r ; it is i><>ssiblo that cases of Tjcvvis. Judge Adams it is understood off awl the four corners sawed out to coughs and colds quickly. W. A. I Putron'i. Horn Industry fnivpry -

r; 4 bur 'JI"f I living pcr-ons may still occur, will return to Savannah and resume ailmit the It's.fll'r the holes are D'AlemDerte. 121 K. Palafox =treet.liolirrt tk Thetiny.p'iies irf's': oCoIr'! S'.ocW rt-anOD ht"-d from you the should Hum-buyyonr Manor \<.. >

: the practice of law. sawwl out the board must he replaced r Pulsaiu ..r < "i'al-'a
.. fortunately) thy are! more rare than informer I'iC' ( by to doing yon encourag" !: 'm
t times-. ivon the doctor's orders the less set up in the box two or three KOrnoo'n Flrnl Snrrros.At :'n",!, inj inje- : 1r.DY: I try. Your mon.I_ Iffi I'iL'- "mn. .
Dayton, I).. there is iil'rboiiie indyon Iu tain are Indirect :'j blr
a s' ,
Cotton Burns. inches or lu li I'uouh to allow the 1" -. ,-'iriii' 4S hurstl.t'
:- -1 :-.. ; cgain intenneiit were not always Ginnery ;; ) I toUturlDK the bom' nidi.uftti ..
j ; obeyed. for the Gentleman's Magazine Athens ua.. o( t. ?".-Monday atHull. shelf to rest upon them! ami the whole with a sinall! theater attache! i, .."v..-< til .It V.J "I '< i ;ontrbuie to the cac-.f of labn'i ,
to iL There during the! Kuuiin ,i'Ht'-! .' it to tbf commnaliy in whlc:1: ,n:, '
: : of 1T.M relate; tbe case of Richard. Ga.. a few miles from this city fastened toyetltiT liniily. It is a goodplan t iiti'> tie it ( fMIGi'ST'; ; waob! ntrlbtUl's to Your cupport

Carson: of Hay Herefordshire Eng.I the big ginnery of the Hodgson Cotton to nail a ho.ird about two inches aetors not yet admitted to regular p.ofessional
standiii and I pn' si' I In nd.! who w-is !, povcil; to have died ( ()mpan was destroyed by flro. wide HT the ff'tit to hold in the
more ambition! tl'nn training Kain cxjierieiice
: but a liH'tor Uvlared that Carson still! The fire was the work of an incendiaryand nUlIll'rOd slit-s w hii-li will be placed TIME TABLE.
for themselves and ;.ti i\e niiiu; <
% q: 4 lived and o-dered that he was not to be the negro against whom suspicion\ there later. A railing or boarding is
nient to tlmtvi'tinns playing httlcone
by
1 tJurh'Its\ relatives! i paid no heed to was dirot'ted has skipped, out put on throe sides of the top. and four IIOUISVIIILE ANDNASHVILLE RAILR.OAI'I '
tloiii niiJ'lual! act of
act
pl.ijN ;: !
iastersonii,lt-te the structure. At EFFECT 11I-'IItU I. 1\11'1
the injunction. ami the body was committed ,
various kiwIs and 'xlh'rilllt'nlin with
to tbe next: day. .\ meal tilfhl' "waitress": stands by
grave jierIHIII
_ P.IS.MIIC through the cliurchyard! Ilewaroof Ointments for Catanlitha the hils!..'.... with dts-,'rt or any other nil ras-s of rub ". from tcdde fnthiT-1 New OrlAJl.n and l\Iobile.
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heard n..i i.t' 'nil prevailed on tbe njiitiiin.-'l! I t"i i! li on its s1.il's.! Plates
:J :
: ceiiaiii: II''l!nTt Edcson.spnt No.8. ?to.& I No.2. I So 11. :'0'1 I
the i.inu.:
will IIUIK
4'\i'! surely destroy
clerk! to open th' ;:1'a'I''hl'r: the mercury anti tlNht ft'll11t1'.1 ilr.riiithe mc-al 1:11 a its m 11 :fll; II I..a.j'n.'CTa.\ ... Arrivt! : i 's 4 J
supposed' found iu a profu sense of smell and completely derange are placed' !in it and tlie: extra course a inumr vacation acting; In. 8:50 5 :2:f1 p' I:'r! Lavt' Hoollllon .... I.. avt' .. .. I.
c.Tpsiis\ I>aytun and aroused such vociferous 11:00 a 4: p : 2a Lav.itlqb.It' 1\,1' ; 12 On t : ,
: -L I- : "e sweat and bUvding at tie ne. tne whole system when entering !put nil the tll hiI'. After the men) all _. $:5n_I _in a 1."av..S..ra..II'1" i..ave I': 'p I ; "
enthusiasm by his work on the little :==
Unfortunately! the man was beyond re- ; it through; the mucous surfaces. the di.-lios are placitl on the serving table !
stase that a lar.'e notice North.
was postedon
.4 ii cocrv. and soon dip,!. Such articles) should! never be uledexet which is then rolled into the kitchen "
side if the "Mem-
curtain
I one < drop I I
saving steps.
many u:1ne'essary
: on prescriptions from reputable tiers of the audience with wooden legs No. I. No. 4. I No. I '.

li $ physicians, as the damage they must not applaud by stamping\ on the 11:06 pm l:15p m Lea,.!! .... P"n acola. Arrive 4:10 pm'
1'11".r lmMh. Ttir Baby at Home.It '1:15 a m f\fi pm I' Arrirt' .. :Moatomery ...I.Pllve 1I:1 ii rn
((4: The Ona Indian Is deservinz of a will Oo i is ten fold to the jronl you i is alwn.s a pond sign for a baby to floor. Rut the veterans managed to 11:511 am 11:1": pm \rriv.._ BlrmlnlbsDl ...I..a\8 11:11 a m I
I. thin can possibly) derive from them.Hall's I. obey orders and still keep up their 7'.15 P m 5lu: am Arrive ..... :\ahVIJle... 1.\"e
hislier place be has hitherto occupied sleet a great deal, and delicate and 2:91: a m 1:13" in : Arrl\ l.onl-vlll.! .... L..e 9:15 p m I ,
: :1 m men's esteem if but for one Catarrh Cure manufacturedby infants who sleep much become applause. They crossed their acquired iII a m llft9 a m I'Arra" ...t'lncIIID"U ... Lt'sr1:01 p m
_ (' F. J. ClwIIP\" & t'0.. Toledo. 0., puny manufactured )legs! ; over their original I' _7:5)_ m_ __I:9: p 01 I Arr.v. "'1.1"11I1' 1.\. 4lt pmtENACOL& -
tr.ut. He forms the
almost
: ii solitaryrcepttin .mil children. Even babii's
mp'rcl1I. >trt u healthy -
;;
", 4. contain no and is taken natural ones and then whacked thewoidn AND RIVER JUNCTION.
:ii 't aintmg alHirigmal tribes iu internally acting directly I upon the who :11'" Inrsa- and thriving at -
/111'001 w :.th their canes. .\ri.t
i rottt-itig\ : to touch alcoli.'l: in any firnt.j4 blood and mucous surface of they birth. ui>li>ss they get a gnat" deal of XO. 21-0all1' No. -0411y I Noti'p 'II ht'r tInit' not 'bo'll'o I So. -JJa"yOf, .
s thatTS: Kxt'Ct Kilevon's: Iirst ,
TIlls nidu-j of total abstinence U r. :ully ti m. In Hall's Catarrh sue- --- -
:: buying; >Ieep. lu _ !-t.o; 1.1"-1 .. .. \1".,: Illy. 1If'i p m 1IJI r. m ,I.avi ..... t''Dltcol..Arrln 1110; pm
i iidticn to In the face of cold: lum Cure be sure you get the genuine.It A haly should have few toys and I 12:1-5 niii 7\11" ... Itobt'niia ...... IOrJ' "

: per ind 11111.'"< mill even hirn g the! taken internally and is made in these of the simplest Uitul. Th" infant IJO" 7:1" ....... Ynteoro ......... If 10/11"
__ ltft ......_.LlCarnbl"! ._. If 10Jr.! "
Toledo, Ohio. by F J. Cheney & Co.Testimonials At lb.- fi rst 1:1 -
I ; vsciteineut of cen-monl.il rites. Whatever with a lot of amult'mt'nts-3h\'II I..-- I IIn '.vinD'onis ot H 11:)I. 7:25 .._....._ .ulat ......._ III::!!! .

-. : i4 his faults may: be. judged from frep.lJIr :: Ui'.stHl ;'ii the air. danced on the 141 OSTtTTE'c diord'T'cIstomacii IH\I": 71": ... ..... H!Iorp ..... .._ to 10:21" ,
Sold by Iruggit price Toe or Ii\nr 12iII II 1:115" I ..__ 'I 10:15"
_: t the white man's standard! the Ona "f I bottle. knee. liavlmr a rattle shakt-n in Its "nr I CELESRATCO liouM take you a 12:111: 18'' It -----M Ilton ... _.... to 10:10"

I: South America has at least the savingvirtue per Pills summmldl .1 :'olt:1ntlwith all ort> frW ll'IIPI Of tUCBitt 1:30 a m .._. to .. _.... UOfK! Range_ __. to ,
Hall's Familr are the be;;t. e6lt .,
- .. r It nfll I 1:5.5" 5:13 -....-.. Holte ... .... 11',5" .
L of manliness. His ideal is one of (Itlt1hi1n.lives: in a Mate of un : ,- lone up thf sto-' III II 8J' ...-- UlJlIan: .--.- .. 5='1" t .
.r' : of bodily prowess hardihood and endurance. I In.:aliliy cxritcmpiit. It crow* b >re l. It much and liverHeartburn 'I I:8a" 5:51 ,. .-......tr..uvle.: ....__ 5:11" ,
: a,., N :M" ...._.. Deer Iand __ to 11:1": .
I -Scottish \ml'rl'an.! I "::mt. !.om-thinc new all the tme :
rt"i a: ':1" U .._ Mo.- y ltt's'1 ...... 11"
'. I ; fr.'t "ml <'riii if it doesn't set it. Tl 4'( NaU F.1. I ,:.-. .. ':11) .'nDIskHl'rUgL' 5:15 "
- CASTOR : # i 4:15 to t'-4 ......... Argyle .... It 7:4f"
; w BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. : ::-. "I'"' :':1' It :;lt1iy baby can find its ('\\':1j ,:,,) IIU. .". .PODee- de I..eon..... 7:29 '.

I Mrs. Minervi Mnith, of Dinvilie For Infants and Children. :11:1.:1"; :i : It plays with itsm *. hOO It likJO. I ..- .. .WfUvllle ...-_ 'I 7:17"
;; I .. __ ..._ It -
IndisreStioa- fat Clny"1lI8 T:12.8IJ
10:11'
;::'r.-:rlp! s :its I If-jrs. l it<' Its lists i.I i. $ ,.
s : M
p. III.. writes : "! had bronchiti* fot csp' f It 10:_ .__. nonifay.-----... ':U
flie Kind You Have Always BocgN I mtiiIy.atcbt's! its mother f.; cwi'ik Dyspepsia and 8:110" 10:0" .. blpley ..... If ':1'1"
twentVE'Uo1 and never cot relief
: ...----Cnttonaale Of "
11:07" I'it
,- until I ued Folt'Hont" and Tar I : ar-miid! the room and all UIN: is STOMACH Liver 7 8'n"* 1IS" It ..__.Iar1anu& ..'..._ .. ::ouI

: f whicl is :n *ure cure." Contains no :in th, .,I-y. fbl's; ezJ being just what ba'jy' I $ C.omplaint.' I I rw> ItH ... __.._ CYl'rul...._ N ,'>:18".. ,

: opiate W. A. D'Aleml-erte, 121 S eof I' 1ihi. _ _- I L1'TR Give it a trial. I tM 7:") "N 12t.11:111", noon I.. -_.UraI1t._ k'nea4i P.ldie_ _.. "It :21sas ,. :

A$: .; 1'alafox. I ASK HIM KOK A HUDGINS' .V-. II U:15" Arrep.Iye-ncueuj4ayt :10" :

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DAILY NEWS PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,1902.

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I ......--.. GOLD DUST TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.The I I : I( r i

GIRL'S COURAGE t MISS IDA SNYDER i

actual building! of Shamrock ill J! s4, .
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IIL1t the GOLD DUST twins do your work." [Original; .] Glasgow.begun The within building a of fortnight her fram: :it s ...... Treasurer of the Brooklyn_East E.nd Art Club. ... iltI 1 :,i; f

I "I 1 '!'n-ur vacation at tie is nearly: finished: r
pHI spent ; and the shaping ,Ii l
.
44 sea -n' I.-." said the !si'i.ior tiit-! junior her keel plates has l'ommfnc'lrl I CXSTTIUAL; irregu- to their! health we would r. '
I [M laritu1'; are cenor- have more happy wives 'H
"I 1 !id ",.' you :Kit: on the! beach! with a and I s
I A spCKiil to Tht Sil, ficm j K- i I ally the !l. amnmc! mothers anj daughters, 1 s
, 1:1'1 /lu'l'': i 1Utinnr.iflc; of the ." I'i of .m's trou if would intelligence : ; .
\ xx-axrs. I I tol.! Tcnn. ;say s a rehase; i'!> a woi i they use more 1 3

x'i.' ; .:, IIi the waves! rot: I hoard : been recorded there, given by Me; :\:,. ;, bles. With the vitality! at a in the matter of medicines
I low ebb, the Llood! weak- observing results, they }
I th.it t v I., ii I'd rattier !Lave !beard a ton Trust company, ot New \-1"! < "
d I eked, the disrestion! disordered t+ would find that .the docton' ii
J" st .mi I II liihtle screech: in uiy ear." leading a jt1U.IIHI mortgage on the' she goes about pale- prescriptions do not perform \ [i 1,.

,,...... e i "Ii 11W lS that;" properties of the Virginia bun Coal faced, hollow-eyed and hatr-! the many cures they are given j y

"1 ;intuit: there was a gill in it. and Cole company, which mortgagehas Bard, a piteous contrast to +n, credit for. J. : (ci
I been the blooming health of 1,. "la consulting with my :J
: existant since July :20! lltOo.! /
Speaiui! of do
; girls, know
they
I' you her former self. Jut over Hut Ha ,t.snyder druggist he advised McEIree'fVice 1:
I never Imo: the setae' to be frtehtrnt'd The operation on Dr. Lapponi. tin 1O,000womeahavefound of Cardui and Thed- :

; r \\ <;#;,'.", at the proper' Iliac At least, that was Pope's private physician who is s-u. health acain by taking Wine of Cwdui.As ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it '1' -
/ COLD I r regulator of the menstrual periods and have thank him for I 4 if
'6 t :tI't., ii the way with the girl in this case. You fering from appendicitis, was successfully a every reason to I
-r. performed by Dr. Mazzom at Wine of Cardui has never been known a new his opened up to me with restored i
: f, Lii'txxl'e always been Stuck':: on wean Rome who to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health, and it only took three months to f '-i

... wiiHHMiig.. This year I took my canoe operated on the Pope fora perfect health, even in the most persistent cure me." !

'" to X.. on th,- cwiit of Maine. It's risky, cyst! about two years ago. The and agrrravated! case of weakness. You may secure the same relief as I i

I I aRt of I tell you I knew it and teak all the Pope, who was very anxious, was i'i Miss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 535 Uer- 1li Snyder; if vou take Wine of Car ui f. i
rsrOJsr Ih1ITA formed of the result by telephone, an Jbeared trC't, Brooklyn! N. Y., has used as she took it. Thedford's Black- f' f
TI0ft5a '-inI I nuld. I BOUT went out except Wine and she it
Cardui
of
helped
: / ..... Dr. Mazzoni to go to him per- says Draught is the companion medicine of : t
-.... !in in )IM xt IIf weather and always took sonally In her into a new Lfe. Health to Misa
Y> a ;}'' order that he might bear Wine of Cardui and it is a liver and :
: .i ?1II1)1II.S: | and a barometer. I reached! more precise details. I Snyder .worth: a great deal.: !She=; ii bowel regulator which assists greatly f 1
.
"4t '\ attractive with intellectual I
MW'" /! t tIj :f1.CJlIJ. \. ,.ii. .li.ly; and i iddled outride every The (Denver Colo.) Republican it- an attainments young woman and she occupies In effecting: a cur If you take these I !
k'r I
: -,"" ''J! aa,> r''.a was hue and the sea was not day says that William A. Deul. blip,'i-' I 1 the position of Treasurer of the Crook medicines according: to directions, therelief : .

" i "luh. so that by the List days of intendeat of the Colorado division 01( i lyn East End Art Club. This position and cure is simple. Some casel/. '. ,

L"'I ., the Union Pacific marks her as a person of intellect, culture are cured quickly and others take: longer 4
'I } I 1uu' ; I !h.d my hand! well in. 1 would railroad with hta-': ft
andretnemeutanditspeaks Liirl-V because: the disease has run longer. I f
\ 'Ita 6if T I'"J I t n. ,\ \\ ay so tu speak watching the quarters in Denver, is said to lie slated ; t.
of the respect and trust her fellow Remember how Miss Snyder took Wine f.. .
.' ..11.1 1 the with occasional for the position of general mana-rt"r 1
,\ water an u I women have in her. She writes: of Cardui and has health. The same :

: .> :a iii.x instruments. The people of the Union Pacific system to .-II"' : "If women wouU more attention medicines are offered you to-day. ; I
you will!, but if you perfer to make dj seed EL F. Dickinson, the present tvn !! pay I
d 1 : Hi-i.t! I'a:: foolhardy, but what'su. I '
rk :oral manager who on XO\'t>mluor 1. :
easy, useSOLD I : i .1'iout: a spit'e of danger? A cnliian suffering! women E
"
niltiirnooii, when the wa was \\'dl assume similar duties with tLStTilwell ,' I l WINE 0 f CA DUI Lave found relief in 'I j 'i" f I
! road in Mexico.Lawlessness Wine of Cardui. J :
DUST ('--i ,ill> :,uuxothaid! the sky serene I '

I i ""' Ilt41 farther than usual There's I : .
at Asheville. :

'rome brighter and care lighter. !:! :i t iijiil.ir\ feeling in brhi ; far from Asheville, X. C., Oct. 28.-About I Rukluf; the lrt of the { ,.al apiine. The Bee !i .
I I..i::' i 1.1: a .anoe, ht'ln'llUJlll1I down ,
noon yesterday two men, partially :\i .
I \ v.t.ii.. ialus the 1. '
; r.- y by THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY I' J t IK hen rtdtcuraied -
F ., :1W.tH'S( !' roll under you, uuthin:; toxicated, entered the home of John :
.w fork Eoston. St. LoUIS.M.1kers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. aim put 11; !i''C uiiloi. That Mader
i i I'Ut -1.! r alnne you and water all Rash, in the suburbs and with axes "What's that lor?" ; i

: aiwiml. here's such a ghostly luueli- smashed the cooking stove into scrip "\rhr1 c expect to recuxe all our ( i ii

i I-'-..; about It, such Ilt'llt'ssl.lt' All a iron, broke all! the crockery a good companythere\! as soon as the winter DNNZ1 I tR FMV5
f
------ tenor nu do is to dexterously avoid deal of the furniture and the door panels -, sits in."-Clexeland! I'lain Dealer. I ; ,

I: the i force of the with his before they were frightened away I
Nun's Trouble wares paddle, i
'IN'lulI.lc'III ><'iirc<-ro\\ I I ir
: by the neighbors. Only Mrs. Rash Strictly .'rh lite. i ] }
I ", I II :. ,hetI The latest agricultural 'labor sawn" I II as a loan might keep patting a tiger'se -IS- I j'
I ; I and sister were at home. A numberof She-It does seem strange that of all
I ,". 1!.'lievue hoLI I though humble in its way, is most use-I: e es with stick: b<> as to prexeut its I
officers spent the entire looming women you should love me alone.
1 ;a.. ''! up ;.is tii'l. j ful as removing a cause of clanger. It I, devouring him. Kneeling; in the canoe, for the vandals, but night as yet no lie-That's as it should be. I hope jyou j VICTORIA'MADE : ::j, H
f .l., bull''!a fired ill is an automatic safety gun for bird I was plus a}s on a level with the Crater, I
clew has been discoxered. don't expect nie to make a fool of BY ;
:r: a ham-mi of' !-carin;:;. Not only now are the crow at one time i>oised on a crest, at another myself in publie.-Chicago Nexvs.Templing ACME BREWING CO. I

The 1 prisoner' sought boys most difficult to procure, but the far down in the trough.: It's a singular BEST 10-CKNT BOTTLE BEEU ;
"Buffalo Bill's" Son-in-Law
a policeman after h" boy with the gun" is not always free sensation, different from any other Suicides. Figure IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. 1 ,
Sheridan, Wyo.. Oct. :28.-H. S. Boo!
"I, T lird avenue ar'I from danger cither to himself or others. I have ever e.\i>vrienced. Jagles-What kind of a bargain sale ;
of William BROS.
son-ln law P.
Cody "Iluf-
ai 1 "vt by a crows The new machine fires at timesas "Suddenly; glancing; at my barometer Is most likely to attract the women? t I
i"racy. the out. tited by the farmer. It fires safely I sawit was binking. I swept' the horizon falo: Bill, committed suicide with Waggles-:Shoes::; that are marked AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i iI i

and takes loud detonating;: carttidges.Htm I with my eye and landward saw a chloroform In his apartments here fie down two or three Iizes.-Judga. I I. f, Harper Wey. : 1
left several notes, but gave no cause
his black cloud rising. In an instant I got
!101lldt,
r ullar III* at Linele' dew Records one leg straight forward and made for for the act. Boo I, who lived in Chicago C"\ CElt CUBED KY m.oou nlI\ Main House-401 H. Palafox street. t

:v, man'h..n ripper) When the (;rinse KaKer broke the shore with all my strength. up to 1S94, leaves a widow and 11 1111 R. R. Exchanare-Opp. Union Depot. f' ,

director of the "1 was still a mile from the two children, P. 0. Box 2S1. Pensacola :Fla
.. \\ < mmer, record some time a);o, a away .\ Skin and ItliMxl PiicagOM Cured. Phones 5
116268.CMICHESTER'S :! '
line asked harbor's ni uith when I saw ahead ofwe
Hamburg-American was
I, ,lery and ---- !Mr. M. Adams, Fredonia, Ala.,
the flashes of a double! bladed pad ,
what he was gom:! to do about it
1 took Botanic Blood Balm, which effectually '
-
"I uilJ a new ship" was the quiet dle.f Then I reuivmbered that a lot of THIS CATARRH "' '.
'r.rll'r-;, ENGLISHOTYRQYAL
: reply. Apparently the four odd mil- College! ; gnla had come to X. the day REMEDY cured an eating: cancer of *" I : :

bul- lions of dullars involved was only a before who had been canoeing in the the nose and face. The sore* healedup PILLS '

detail. A new ship was built, the interior, and my 1 blood ran cold as it is sure to give cew'SSATISFACTION perfectly. Many doctorhad .J Pt U J:.tlrllttnol, ....'-10'and"lusty.olio 1..11.-.... I...'.... r
ag4A A MLD ((4,"':"l. .JlIlII..l..J?
't a\GLI511
iJeutnhlauJ-Worl Work. occurred to nie that some one of them given up her case as hopeless, hundreds I. I....,. t. ld "'". ,- ... ..a." t,
,,. .:'' (.rRRhgfSh la -\ t5Le.O.tarr. nrfuN 1
.S. had been crazy enough: to conic out on I: of of ,, .
Cream Balm 0 cases cancer, eating lIur.r: 'ub.mt.doa. and 1..1- i
,
'1- .. 1 have of muscle Ely's (urfEUE W I t..n. ; ; .r,4' I': rlt N Vaiiq .
I.nInt n n..rt101. to the ocean. plenty R W : 1 i'a.tlrolur.. u I t
sores, uppi'ratni swellings etc., 1til' Teat'uuatal
\
r i }
.r"
V I The Finch government, is to plow a and was putting; iu my best work, M) I,! Give ctPnnes.Relief at>OUtllcSand Onrc.U Q have been c redv\ Blood Balm. : '.,,r,, Stall IeItf! tuaa.T.u., I adb'.n.eGm rear, ,6e.n by ...,. t

i:? 'I' furrow 1.5W; miles long; across the that 1 ;gained on the canoe ahead and :: heals the dis- Q> Among others Mrs.I B. M. GuiTin-y. I '" t r. .:. 4-di..:.hr, a."rr 1 I,a.eiA.. say !
1 I w".rr Illl.l. Ya
\ rt1TJ: north African desert, from Tunis to oou sate a ;girl iu a Tam: O'Shanter eased meinbraue catarrh and Itcures Warrior Htand. Ala. Her ro-c and : 'I j
S .
Lake Tchad, and Iiy a cable in it, both and I blue sweater kneeling and paddling drives away a cold c < I Ian lip were raw a- \beef with offensive l J

I ':.. i I to l he done at one operation. The plow, for the shore. It IIII the,nrlled lit-lid quickly, Urals '" f'I-p. ,' discharge from the eating! ;ore. I CURE YOURSELF I 1CCRE9 i t I ,;

... ,'":t\\"n by an engine and moxin I: ",\11 of a sudden there came a white wad Protect; tilt COLD ''N HEAD Doctors advied cutting;\, but it I dirrhargesinttammattoua I'reltiri f.'r nnnitorel, ,
failed. Blood Balm healed the I
: "r le hour will furrow thirty under the riving 1'101111. and the tl'mtrnn Ou.r.meN imluliuna or ulcrratlouif ,, i -
a space
r an ofH'ii .
Restore tli" 5'n ot fate ana H m-'l I sores and Mrs. GuTticy ias I aottalaietorf, mucous niFmbrane.
; ." >:!-.. : !:".hw deep and lay the cable in the whole heat ell set'iaed to shoot toward! Hull :Sue" : 01 r'. the: zenith. There was a terrific puffof or by mall I I. iettn.sCt.rutCo! gram or pol.uauud. Igcaslno ''Ii
lutiom. Kl.X" IWOTHKKH6il also cures eczema, itching humors Sold by Drug lat., : .
I 15: !,i.v I ---- ----- wind. and for thirty seconds I had XVarreu btre"t. New \ urk.CU14Se scabs and scalps, bone pail., ulcers, I'I P.! OTeent in pain wrapprr > 1

I' ,! <'oVln: oi all 1 could do to keep my boat afloat offensive! pimples blond poison, car- ,;' 3. I if earree. prrp id, for
,
DANGER IN FALL COLDS. Iol I lit 3 botllca. 12.73. :
1'\ .- of t'lO: Then I Fall colds are liable: to hang on all on the skin and all blood troubles J ,
t. to it bottom
ahead see
j<0> ::- tile. canoe expecting -- I .
I winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia To surprise and relief, there Druggists; i $1 per large bottle 'I f I
my
i ruir; the! up.
of Botanic Blood Balm free I
I Fo- trample: ; PARKER'SHAIR rrY
bronchitis or consumption. with the watt' I
r.She
.1 was the gill battling;
at x
anlL' and Blood Balm ;! BALSAM I
prepaid: by writing | i
and Tar
ley'sHoney cures quicklyand
; l the! was pretty plos-e to me, for :she: hud C1_. ud Inu'.. the hair I
!g Co. Atlanta, Ga. De-cribe trouble ..,
'IU ft' prevents serious: results. It is + I' tel < ]lutuntrt frowth.tner .
b<'i-n blown outward while I had partly and special medical advice si-ut in'!' F Fails to Restore bray
old ami reliable tried and tested
a Hair to rte Youthful Color. .
safe and sure contains no opiates hill! my own. I hailed her dirc< tliir 01'DRINK I. sealed letter. It u certainly w irth ) Cunrt. :p ,1.wRI*: hair Itilicc. t -
ii' .oJ" '''11I Jln..l' 40 .
: Iw tudents. and will!' not constipate.V.: A. her to Mow up) and 1 would! run : while inveitigatinir t i't'UJu ik- -

I .A D'Alemberte. 121: S. Palafox. :ilona:>::uli'. When I did so, 1 found. 1 able remedy as; Blood Balm cur- -- ..
meeting her as cool as a rncuuilior. Whether I the most awful, worst and most t
the ilitliiH blood diseases.Noncn. ,. CHOICEST
'. H held this! The \\0)1' of the 'lurk.Baedeker's she realized! that she and I both were deep-seated 1 Iii i

of hearing aLi .*> generally regarded: as a I almost certain to bo blown out to gt-n I I II
I did not know. At rate 1 ml OFAT
harmless book Nut so in Turkey, as a any ,
!I ,x the 1 1wirl
on ulii- ( 1'lt"U: HX.
',' '.: German travel has learned to his her pluck. have been authorized to take ,) ''i
y anoountI.
i I..' would be at.- grief. They found in his trunk a '\ ,, m'ist get into my canoe,' 1 I Iu WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. subscriptions for Win. Jennings FRUITS AND @mmm m ; l lt

guide through; Turke.x and eon tiseated aid. Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.The .
"H'"'N euspendoil!! 1! A'.t",l,'. K" "dOl<. ("n I.it"n in qln*< f]
'And leave mine? Xo. thank price is $1.00 in ad.
:
'it. The nt moriiiiig the luicdeker you. : per year
-
,, -
.r the partii-i- I Wllt, rtl, <'T < ]/' rdlfi.e''uf'r/+uanlyr. Those I'C.
'Then I t':1I1't : vance. desiring the papercan
was returned to the Jerman, but with help) jon. i|
'110t 'I! '-shm !n rush Whtu Ribbon I.m.'d\ will -ordt-troy have it sent to them by seeding;
APOSTLE'S
r : 'Who asked for help? she said. I
bundled containinga
than I .
a
more pages 1,
'\ the lisfji-frt appetite fr alcoholic Munulants $1.OOto the undersigned.H.M.. ;
; -einstated. :
c doM-ription of Constantinople:, torn "I then pnlh'd! up in front of her, and I \\ bttler the patient U a iontinuHlinflmati. I
: '1.0 report to her how I ., Mlppli'i," ocml drinker or ROCHE, 14 East Government St.
srraxed
:h. out. The traveler went to the censor's as Miy u tiuarti-r: :: gr.ibM ; drunkard. mposiltle for anyone in have an Care Daily News' I ; ;
d' Lion in
t SUe office to complain of this: inexplicable d both rails with uij hands and rolled appetite for alcoholic liquors after using t
;'a' in the rush. book. Rut the censor over :tut(, her C"'WH'. I white Ribbon Remedy Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand If I
treatment of his Fo j i
ey's Klaney Cure
i Inil .rsf-d liy Meinlii-rs of \ C. T. I"
j '11 nts dispersed explained to him with irresistible logic Perhaps; tit this p'int! you re look- i Mrs. More.nre.s'.upennU'ndntof XX'n- I tIP ear-lo-id of Pineapples at 11.75 j I I'" i

I '\. !u o the meeting that an accurate description! of Constantinople intj for MJine line talk.: Well, here it I is: j man'st'bnsuanTemperauce: I' nlon \'enlurn t'a ak kidneys and bladder riciit. to $1.00 per dozen. i Il
1 1WICI
t l'ahfnrruRH.t('(: "I hasp 1.-tl'.1 W
'( '
was no dlstnrhV in the bottom, I said. 'Lie
could not be suffered sincea 'Lit UOXXT: i \\tiituKibbon Kemwly on very obstinatedrunkards I
f no classes today. knoxvledgo of the locality was calculated down "ulI"c'lf.' It was a ease of life I Ior and tbe cures have been man). j

-- to facilitate an attempt on the ,kath, 'Iiewn! or I'll brain you i Iu many. I ca-.es clieerull the It..nll'dyai reconimrnd given and in-ticrttly. < E & CO. 1/1/ ;i

Shut Darken Out. biiltau's with this our.' She! saw that the time j 1 ( .' whin.luhbun Kemeity. Member of
our Union are delighted to find an economical -
"rt. 28.-Darien: |13 lit'l'd. had t ji!!e to iut foolitiR and lay uwn. I treatment to aid us in our temperance

'. ay communlrationx t'rli ln .'11) ., I paddled away against: the wind! tnak-i i work." Bomber Gas and Steam i. illIf' i 1
: I mill, II. Trial Fitterit;
nrld by washouts A department store in Nexv York, announced lag littlo 1.l'lIlwa.t'Xlwdin!; every i DrUKgi: or by package i :
free by writing Mrs. A. Townsend'
. t'i' -the it to twist the canoe
Darlen anJ in the newspapers of the city wave as cause on I

:1- ''1'1cau reach Da- one day that: would give a Stickpin round and roll us over Thanks to I I years ian Temperance secretary of Union a Woman's), 218 TremontSt. Christ- No. i South Palafox Street. 1 k i1 i1i J I .

mil s west of Daept with the class number on it to the children long practice. I evaded them but it All Kinds: I !
, ., Boston, Mass. fold in rensacola by u: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kepi on Hand I
': no further tot in grade in the pul he schools was ,lis..nurtr.r! after safely ridir .
t every I Hanuati Uros., ::'l IS 1'alafoi !st. VBLEPHOKE B2R '- PJ.NHo\OOl.A 17ra I l 1U lj
": the use of the it f.ieh chill would mail: a postal card one, to see a liiusrer. one right upon nie. ---- 't!

asking for it. due hundred and sixty- The fool girl k"pt poking up her head u .n .

lire thousand postal cartIs'l're received :J11.1e\'ry time I nxle a \\'fi\'ehe1 (.:\- DAYS-

I Cotton. Mill. in response to the advertise'ment I claim T.ravo! T-ti t It finer: as thoughI : SPECIAL SALE :FOR 7 AT ; I J i li ;

'; Oct. 2S.-ThA Tin'i which seems to indicate, among were perfoming( In n circus.

'i which some other things, that when something is "Well, we got into the harbor at };:'\1.I .

1 the hands of a re- offered for nothing there is no lack of I ran the canoe ashore, and we both F. E. BRAWNER'S 'Ii N jilt

Monday at auction people ready to accept it Incidentally stepped on dry l.ibd. :

that advertisementsare 'What did you mean by going: out 1
tc --5.-S: Moses & Caa aloe (it suwfts
read, and that in turn suggests thereV I asked, a sudden anger coming:; I THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. Ii ; 3

"'" I that advertising: pays. over me after the terrible ordeal as
'S"J'ant r I .I
increase. 'I
-" -The Scotch min though sLe was to blaire for the whole 47Lidies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy 73 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's i "! '" l i i I i

,: in increase of 12iA : .1'1)Yrars' Toriure. affair. Day Skirts, worth f 1.50, special sale suits, all wool, worth J3, special !gale: Hair Undershirts: worth 1.50. spec- f t ,1 1

out 7.uu miners To be relieved, from torturing dis- 'I'm sorry I forgot; to ask your permission 9Sc each. $1.W! suit. I ial $I ; drawers to match, in White, J ': :
,' the snapped. 29 Ladies' Readyto-\Vear Rainy- Remember we full line of I Red I
I ease after forty years' torture might carry a and Fawn colors. \ i j' .1'
--- I II 'I>on't you know thJt'e have escaped Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants, from 3'to 16 age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk ': I I i f -
I well cause the gratitude of any one. miracle! worth'$4, special sale $:US each. to suit 5, J
and
XX 'II'''t I orni.m drowning as by a I prices everybody. Shirts Drawers worth $3 ; spec- if ; f i
That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel "She cast a glance: out over the aujryvraUr Go Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our show; Wiudow for ial to close $1.20 each. it.! f.., r
-
r. iny; the praises Halve did for C. Haney Geneva, O. *. I Worsted skirts, worth $1.50, special prices on Ladies' Underwear. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed U t t
IH'\V discovery which sale 9 each. We swell line of Ladies' and Fleeced 1 )
?c Lined
He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel 'It does look pretty rough out there. carry a Undershirts at s f : i i
u.'ny> sick people well 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Fig- Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so 25c; ; drawers to match. .' i
Halve cured me of piles after I had Much obliged to yea Good by. I po ured Skirts worth $2 50 to $6 21 doz !
special I
; !It everybody can wear one. noy'a and Olr1'3 Oray and ; f )1'
'tronjrby f'
a .'. by digesting suffered forty years.' Cures cuts, I back to college tomorrow. We're allowed sale $l.9S to M.98 each.ReadytoWear 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c ; jl'I! :
cleansing; and f :
t stomach and bv burns, wounds, skin diseases. Be- to receive Friday: evenings Sor- I Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts: special 20c ; drawers to match. : 't. i :

.' : '!.ear food into the of counterfeits. Hargis' Pharmacy ry you lost your canoe. I| $1.4S to'S each You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', : j
!Mch. red blood that ware "She ran off to her hotel, which was money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes : : t'.

'' "'\ ,ir od all over. Mrs John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. near by. leaving me to take care of her buying. worth 50c, special 35c ; that we can save you 25c on. It} < -\ t1

I'"y'| I. T., writes: Fort ---- -- boat Now that she was safe ashore 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at $UiO drawers to match. Remember-Wecarry a full line i I'J + i
\ ars I was troubled O.A.BTORJA.: she was beginning to get frightened. to $5; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts : I of :Men's Clothing Bought at roc on : 1
Tte K.td. Yet Hale isars Bil6gnatnre 49 Boys' Double-Breasted worth f 1, special 75c drawersto dollar. We I i II
"."u and dyspepsiaw k, t.!. The nearer she got to the hotel the piece ; will close them out at J It I 1 ,

.1 iiduced auto!( the to worst use Kodol form. of faster she ran, and just as she reachedthe I suit, worth $1.50, special 9Sc suit. match. I I just }'i price off other merchants. J IIi: I r

I her fall Into
some
saw
piazza .
.11.J I' four heartily bottles recommend I am en woman's arms. She was the biggest" I Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Oars. Remember the Place, : '; -

-utters from indigestion "How many times have you been to 'I

-1'Take a dose after We will launder your spreads for see her?" asked the senior. i F. E. BRKiAlNBR'S: tl'; ;eiI1J-
I J' li-'H.ts what you eat. 15 cents each and make them look "How many? Let me see. I think : ,

111:1IY.: John Shepard.! like uw. !Star Laundry. "il the sheepishly '
it's !six, repli junior
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,1902

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COMMERCIAL BOOMING THE Pectoral AN UXPARALLED IF.tI 'l'
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FALL FESTIVAL Get well before you have to

CiUred at the Font Office at Fensacola, TRAVEL HEAVYLocal think of weak lungs, bronchitis I
... i
i _jf lecond-clasg matter. pleurisy.J.C AyerCo, 100 %
Hut. ,1
i ; O//ICK :-Pitt' Building, 211}, BouthJftlaloz i: EVERYBODY NOW INTERESTED ,
itreet, np-stalrs.
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hotels report a great rush of
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THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. commercial travel just at present, IN NEXT MONTH'S BIG POLITICAL Bulldog Kinder Than Child.
I An incident rtlated by Owrpe Eliot
and into the
every man coming
W Terms: Invariably in Advance. SHOWS. proves that kindness and devotion are During August EYS.i.1 ,

t On Year by Mall. ... ..... ... .....000.$5 00 Merchants finds" it difficult to secure -- characteristic of the bulldog breed. I |the death claim paid I(. S

t .!x Months .... .. ._... .... .000_ ...._.... 2 5 sample: rooms and lodging SPEAKING The distinguished author was on a visIt -I| States:' and Canada: hxi :' f '
10 C. H. Smith, for the Fall to the house of a friend where
Da Week,by Carrier Payable Monday While the big patronage accordedthe promoter I j i |ble Life Assurance >> '
bulldog and a child, each of the of l' 11'-
age I '
Festival attended (
of the
I a meeting -- ''paid within
A'erti.if'g Rates Furnished on Application hotels ii: not unexpected, still so six, were among the household peases- : one day ,1ft.! :

I Carnival: Association last evening Honorables R. sions.. During!: desert niter proof.
much of it is a bit surprising and the Stephen Mallory, tlinnrr.1
and business in relation to the big while all were absorbed in .
Merchants is put to its wits end in I William B. Lamar, William A. I And during in.Jiin.ini It, ,"
tion startled loud
they were by a howl
LABEL'4r shows was talked over and many arrangements >'ear has the ,
UNION providing sample: rooms. Besides Blount, Scott M. Loftin and others of pain from the dog, evidently proceeding pt'rI.t'II;;

lli \ the ones regularly employed, severnl set afoot to carry out will address the people of Escambia from under the table. An investigation b ehm J)8'0.

of late had to be taken in the Salis- the shows successfully. county at the places and times following immediately mad discovered This excels; the ". ..

'lo PEH8AOOLA: DOT 29, 1902 Mr. Smith made several very good that the child, equipped with a I great record. It ha- : \
bury building and then there were : pair of scissors, was under the table been

several applicants for the same suggestions:'!, and these will be ac Pensacola, October 31, at night. also und trying to cut the Uog's; ears pany.approached byjam:

; IF, as scientists say, Love be a place. cepted. One is that of having a Blntf Springs, November 1, at noon. with them. From one tar of the bull

';' -* disease, Marriage must be the the bljod was running, and jet the "Strongest in die \\.r ':
piano playing contest daily. This
t t 1 remedy. Traveling men say they find the November 1 will be a "Gala Day"at dog was making not the slightest of- THE EQUITABLE: ll i-1. ',,,,,
will be such a great and drawing fort to escape or defend himself. The
Blutf A old-fash
good
same conditions at every point they Springs.: : ACE I'Ol'l1 I I I',
SAVE extra change for Gala I card that the association decided at host: and father! outraged by the evidence -
i1 your will for
ioned barbecue be
that sales provided
of
They are a
go. say very I of such cruelty on the part of OF TilE :MTU': ,
Week. It takes" money to have a once to the
satistactory nature: and that they accept suggestion and the occasion and a brass band will the chill determined on immediate

: $ gala time. find plenty of money throughout the I I r will provide the piano. It is certain I furnish music. The railroad com- punNliment But when ho undertookto

WILL this epoch of the world'shistory South 'I i: that this feature will be a pleasing I pany will sell tickets at one fare for Carry thi- punishment into effect the KN011'LESGeneral BUi is.,
dui intcrfiTeil, lu : liMg Ir.risrlf: Ill'-l .
go down to future generations I lone. j I j I! the round trip. twifii tin' lu.istcr and the child and i ihckii .\;;' nr.

as the-- -Age -Morgan- : -? I MORE LARGE j|i Advertising matter arrived here !j All citizens, especially the ladies, ; !ij tinf:ico ,,f the !Inttt'r. 309 8. Palafox bt. I'I-N-:: ,

I t ,1 THE sugar erop of the world i is '| yesterday and billing of the city boj'iu :1 are cordially invited to attend. fines Like lint Cakes. I

; said to be a million tons short this today. In addition to that'I I I Out of Ik'atn'I i i"When
: JOHN B. JONES I
STEAMERS COMING "The fa=test selling article I have
"fit Better have that: sweet tooth :
r' year. work, great lot of lithographs were I Chairman Democratic Executi"eCommittee in my store" writes! druggist; i C. T. i death -1".1 :
pulled. I Smith. of Davis "n from a severe -'P:,
Ky., Ir.
-- 1 Escambia King's
County
; 4: I despatched over the P. & A. and
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1 j New Discovery for Consumption trouble, that I had '
BEN D. I Ii -:
f THE mine workers presented :Mr. ; It is announced that the bigsteam- S., JJ. A N. O. divisions of the L. &. j i ii BEERS-, -Secretary.--- Cough: and ColJ, because always, years., writes P. :'oln-i ,

f t Mitchell with a watch m appreciation ( ship Maria: will soon arrive consigned : X. this afternoon. This will bsi i i Stricken With 1'ar.ilji-iti. cures.has In my six year of sales! it :C., "Dr. King'-. '.* !
,, of the watch he kept over theirintere never filled. I have known it
e i i t :o the Gulf Transit Company, and i placed on the bill boards in those Henderson Grimctt of this place I to save sufferers from Throat and my life and gave n. ;

I t t'--- -- !I I will load as large a cargo of cotton |I points to which supplies have been ; was stricken with partial paraiyiland -, Lang: di-eases. who could get no Best pill, on eani: ..

j J.s spite of all the charges against I coniflfitely lost the use" ot one help from doctor or any remedy. W. A. DAlembprt,
as either of the two mentioned in I I sent and will serve to draw hundreds arm and -ide. After b*in;: treatedI Mother* rely on it, best phy-icim!'
the respectability of Joja Gates, U i I South: Palafux strt-i':
prescribe it. and W. D'Ale'mberte
[ these columns Monday The Mariahas of people here during the festival. I an eminent phj-icuu for quite awhile i A. ,
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t. 'f must bs adimtttd that tie has a taking j i without relief, my wife rtcomi i 121: South Pjlafox street, l.'Uarantepi'ati.faetiollllr ----.-.- -

way about him. previously visited Pensicola for :t Every cro-road in this county will ,; mended Chamberlain'- Pain Balm, refunds price. Trial

1' I cargo. be embellished with bright matter I and after usinw two boric- of it he bottles free. Regular sizes, :>oa and STEAMER LINE SC>'::'.L'
THE SEws has a friend who has I I is almost entirely cured.-OKO. It. *1.

lu him the making of a tract magi! I i The Indra: which was docked at ;, carrying advertising notice of the : McDo11, Man., Loan; county, -- -
1 W. Va. btveral other KOTIH.NG !o GOOD jtl'YPPh PE'I1Hat'.I" .' ,
very III
the west side of Commaudancia show. remarkj i
,' q iiate. lie Had the forethought to'' : big : j
i i i able cure of partial paralysis havebeen For all liver troubles ,
there
i. i nothing Hun Hail I \. -
fw steal our uuibrtlla in fair weather. j I wharf, loaded &Juo: tons of phosphate I Mr. Smith yesterday placed contracts i elected by the ue of this lini- so good and belpfula;; HEPATIp ) i-p
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- ------- j rock yesterday and today began to : for advertising space in the i i unent. It ino;;\uaely known p CUBA because it cures without producing "CITY OF TA.MI \, '
MOUM HfcMVYYAnutso.s; hast i I however, as a cure for rhtunuti-m, any b'd effects a* mot med-
i t I7 l not responded to Cleveland's latest i I fill out solidly with round and square ,, local newspapers and in THE NEWS ;i! sprains and bruircs. Sold by druggists !f I'icines do. Hepaticura. 1a substitute -' 'i.v: Milton_. aa4: am 1\1'-I
S. ) ai.d medicine uYrnsaeola.ka'am' \r \:
,;+ t challenge with the Usual eruption i bales: of cotton. today may be found a large: advertisement dealers.No : I for calomel and much better hr."loc ,
1 1 I __ I than that : Iound t' i i '
tffl drug; because it has ,
I noneof
'j :' Is he still bad because Harry
feeling i
ii 1 I I setting forth some of the danger of consumption if youue.Foley's its bid effects. -
TUB BEST L1\KK
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MIJHCIMi
Lehr called him a very rude man and Tar Mr W.-.Jnrd.m: of
to
show's features. While it is not intended Honey cure : Jacksonville
There is no need to be miserable if that: stubborn cough.; W. A. D'Al Fl.i..t-iys: : IJ.>th myself anduiy; friend JEWELER\ IN HIS
F + It South Honda will insist" on you Keep your liver in good shape. I that all will be shown at emberte.1 t h. Palafox.j Mr. Hod-ou are itreatlypleaeetlwith

tliippiug green oranges, she should Scarcely' any lawn can coiiiw to your once, enough is contained in the advertisement I the effect of HEPATICUHA and I
.41-'i remember that some people haveti'tgeue 'system i ; if the liver ikept active. I MEAT & MALT '!jean without hesitation recommend NEW STAN
i 'The right remedy at the right time to convey the desired j has a marvelous it as being: the finest LIVER: ;MFDI- :
; ?14 enough to eat salt with them, I will a great benefit to I j dietetic \Vhilerefreshingand ciNE I 11-
i prove you of how the ever saw. action i is mild
will
big event
}: and should thtrttore include salt m ,i illEPAl'lCURAisthat] : remedy. It impression ; ; pleasant to take, it helps assimila-: and plea"ant and entirely free from I -

+ t t:1i each shii'iutut to preserve her repu- 'worth u-iug because it will make i, be- 'II j i tion of food. !Sold by griping: or any of the -Ickpl' ini! fof- |120. hive South moved Palih.x.: in.j,j-i R t'IrV ,

j tation. .von well. i A thought for local patrons to keep!' DAXXIIEI,5EP. BROS. I fects of calomel, yet it does the work pied, by Bas'' & ('ii., Mr. L. A. rrileuh, if Madison. a< thoroughly a- it could be done
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:+ AMI-KUAN ctreul Fla., says: : I have had occasion to : before I Iue them ie the fact that every i! ------- visa tnedicine. It h:is without doubt better prepared than! Peer :
4 coiupauits are j llla'A'flCl'1several bIOI:;: Out for I'eier. great bargains in dluullnI K. ajewelry
saved from
t rmreand
+ to introduce our brtukiust foods to''i dime sprat with the show only goes j ji me my i-u.il "UlUUH-r attack j : etc. Call and .
8:1I ;
like
It better
l I must : than I Biliousness and liver disorders at i of bili ?, t the Rll i. n bear. It cau be safely |Juuy i l.I\'!;I: MKDiLiNE I e\er n-ed. :i iti that much further to warrant the '! i iI this season may be prevented by i druggi-N. 1 let me convince you,
J. 1. BTLPHi; i
!i It simply auwerthe without I --- L'-
t( i' hated that tio will Cease to aC1voc.ttethe purpose -
production of a magnificent Mardi i cleansing the system with DeWitt'sLittle
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any gri| ing;; sif-Keiimg; effect i Pineapple Punch -
disaimamtut of the world if he I 5c. a
+ ;t i and 1 can heaiiily reuommeud it at ; Gras carnival in Pensasoln next : Early Ri-ers. Thee famous I ]
< comes ill contact with all the nuiltitudiuoua i tilt lil.-l I.I\'fcK MFI'lLlNLlkUOWOl. i l little< pills do not gripe. They move i, glass at Solomon's.Cleaning EVERYBODY LOOKS

): y4 Irtakfast foods that h the :;',)1J by ail druD'0i5i3.; ; February.i the boa!
gently but copion=ly, and
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f4 f I. t : lately been adaed to our woe- t -_- -- I i A location for the exhibitions has, b/ reason of the tonic properties. I c A.Cn:: Y. A FOR THE BeS: 1
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; give tone and strength to the .t'J ealS b. s
t i i 1 not been made as yet, but one cen- glands. : ,. --
:# ? ; 1'J,.\1S.-\t'uI.l.S will read with JOHN RUPERT I ; I Hirgis' Pharmacy, John :Sheppard: :.! : 'ytrn r.r. f- !

0. pleasure the announcement that u I trally located will be-selected. This :Sidney Ilahn.-_ +:4.(2d' 1- Here it i.i.. Call/ mi -

; : clear title to the Panama route forr' | will be enclosed by a high fence and I Cr -ary.' They are d un\ I. :

'. an istuuuau canal can be obtained.I i DIES AT POLLARD: :will occupy probably the space of' STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ : ladies skirts and waist I work that can be turned
i: :? of -. ev-iilties.. prepared to do .
A # Pensacola wants the canal irrespective au entire block. cue e r ( Star Lanu- any kind .r .

+ ; of the route, and in common i' Will make regular; tripbetween I!i d"y They put on India rubber tir. ,
i I Mr. John Rupert died .; I best on the market ..
suddenly! !
on )llrt u
: all _
with other gulf puns will be (!Mother Gia'd ferret: Poolers r'Jf' Pensacoli. Point Washington and _no I
l I Pollard Ala. la-t a-; they have a full lin- ..I ml
greatly bectlited Dy its operation. I night, just after Children, Freeport. Leave Bayleu street : tires in stock.

ha\-iul.ieaten a heartyupper.. accessfullv used by; Mother Uray. nurse inrile ; wharf Thursday: at f C a. m. and arrive : Carolina Portland Doe your buggy need upi. ..
THE few shot from the Time" I 'I i CUllclreu Hume in New York Cure at Freeport at C m. same day. : tog i : ? They can make it u"d .
1 a He hud been in ill: health for some j i.. \Prlshn..so. Eva stomach, Teething Ulsorilern t p. < -
I Union and Citiztn'popgun appar: I ,move and regulate rue ttoviela ant Leave Freeport Tuesday at t G; a. in i' Their prices, too, are rt''II! ,
eiitly put John S. C. Stockton to ;|i time and went to his old home at i ii IKtroWorms.. Over *IUKI testlnioma'a.! I they have ample capital to t. ,
and arrive Pensacola 6 Cement
the iHttrtinl ktalldrogglst'.2ic.: I"am- p. m. same Co.BIRMINGHAM
lr sleep. Late advices from Jacksonville -i i' Pollard to recuperate. He was doing pie nUo, ,: Address \ f;. dluihtetl, he ;''day. I a first-class earn i/;: bull!
1 ''I Iuy, J.1 ; Fare round trip S3; ; one way $J. repairing! busine--: D"IJ',
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''f however, say; that John instill': l nicety and it was thought that his THOS. CO.VDO.N, Captain. call on them.

$ wide awake but took warning and I 8olmI Scales: repaired.ii'ttERttt'.
health was improving;;, when the end It KefpK the Feetnr.naiulPry.. : --- ALA.
put on rubber vhoe* sy that he might i ,
r' ; came. 'Hk tn.dny for AlI!Ier'y, foot.Fftfied powil>r.1 I' h HIM POli A IIUIKilNS: ;)e. I j 15 La-t Oarc!
oisles-iy the
cover ground withoutfear -
1 f I It'ur.' 1.11,11 bl am'. "-wollen? weating.Hore!:, Phone 5;.
of being hit. That's all The funeral: will take place at Pollard Aching. Damp leet At all druggists and : I I
rightfor r
: shot1 stor-.. .-w. II i Watch your corks; see \i ,
the time being; but the T.-C.-C.'s this afternoon i -- *II I I Stacks of all lIi h.Grades Amen-
that ''
i .' : : they are branded' can Portland: Cement. "Germanu: ,"
s t'' sharp shooters'tre be on the alert andthere'll His family: left here on the noon I I BIGVORK\ ON I ":Scltlit:.' '!1 German i' "Saturn," German Portland FINE STATIONERY.
some
heavy cannonading train to attend the ob-equies, -- Cement, Kings \. Y. Calcined I Ii I
: ; ere the ide of \oveulber,1101. I Ixt Hot Chocolate with i i r Pla-tees Ro-endjle Cement kept at' _
Y1 + Mr. Rupert was abcut sixty year; Norfolk. Portsmouth, A
THE TUG ECHO Whipped Cream at olomonos I: Charleston. C. V. Thompson, N.. I I I r
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it } Itl'SIN1semen: in all branches of I of age. He is survived by a wife and :Savannah. Jacksonville, Peusacoli, i'

"Wi i1si} t trade and indu-try form a-ociations I _. ,!: Mobile; "New Orli! :in*, Galveston : Palafox street, ha- ju-t' '"\1"1'I
!I seven children ;: We also make shipments; direct from new supply of Lit ',u and I I.
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for _:
the
mutual benefit of __
: all who _
are I I A great deal of work i being done Try one of our celebrated :Millwhfreer we get cheape,1freight Papers, white, blue and irru: .. -'.
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d engaged similar lines of bu-me-. For Oter I H. S. rate. Saleelling agents for'
Smy; IrarsMRS. Felt [alt resses. ; ; Envelopes to ..
the match.
team Oxf. d i
Echo
make pa tug Ijiiu: at \ "Alabama" and '': i '
They up touri-t parties: and together : "lu'htrn Cross
tIt\SLO ''tl SOOTHING STBUP ha They never pack or groiv Brand," Portland also Foreign Mail Tabl.tw .
visit Pahfox wharf. The Co ( pm -nt, Magnolia : -
u diirtreot : : roefoun1
portion* of the I been used for -
j over six t; year by railhoni: I I II
I lumpy. Hotter than hair H.dr.lUlIctIlr tl Cement, ve lopes to match. Ink- Y!
1 a
country gatht'riugand utilizing; all I mothers for their children while teething ;: dry has built an immense steel rudder mad L'trmtn !lam.Correspondence ,
near
i; ; a"e ideas haviUn a profitable adaptation I with pi-rlnct success. It scathe s the child I and Creary's machine: mattress! at; half the price. :; Penholders, Klankbo ..kI I .
hops are
| sot'enstlm gunisalU all etc., always laud
i paincures wind on
t. = to their individual '\JlIarston tS Duma. ; Solicited.
operationWhy colic, t Is the best for II \ ,
s ; s and remedy 1'mrrhoeaI just completing changes and repair Phone 2: I.
; do the Florida
3. not farmers form -'act t I It will; rclie\e the, poor little enSorer, 1m I Ii ;
i to the vessel's ------
ti" an association, secure cheap transportation I i mediately. Sold bv Druggists in every par! j steam apparatus and

) rates: and visit yearly tie: ofthe world Twia'y'dye cents a bottle machinery I Ii I which will represent an .Swansdown Flour. CABTOn.r.L\: : .
t i Le sure ask elf ":M \ I
von rs \ intlow s Booth .
',
great agriculturaleetions of tlie |j expenditure of about a thousand Seth the! P d. Ji i' -
i i"g syrup Iud lake QII other kind !
r a West and North, where economic i :: dollars.! While the tug had to be repaired LatWO.ql d .".....,..- -

farming reduced to a science, HAS NO EQUAl. TAKE 'II / {u"
: on account of the loss of her NO OTHER.
CINCLES
bringing back to Florida the fruitsgleaned DAVIS

from the older experience i 1,'rudder, the owner concluded to Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansdown Flour will
M kinds of chairs /I'
t and development : make repairs more extensive than
{ WEDDING TO-DAY actually needed. make the best bread that can be produced. rocking chairs a Jllar:;I, I

4 lx the public schools the Uuited II I
I, $ Quina's. Prices are i', "j'
States today, says the rMvaunah' 3\WE ARE AGENTS FOR BOTHi low.

& Press, tbere are thirteen million J George P. Gmles of thi city and LOW PRICES
l OUR
a, children, who are imbibing therethe I'' Mi-s ];!mina Davis will be married I| FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE i

'. ideals of American life. The I at Pine Hill, Ala. at 6-iO: o'clock !i FOR NOVEMBER HAS NO EQUAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TPJAL. Hotel Camden

sort of Democracy that: means an '
this afternoon and will
ii tR even chance for every one to rise I perhaps ar'I'I -- JAS. McHUGH Prop., New Orleans Grocery.
rive in Pensacola some time
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\LVI\M vI
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into greatness\ becomes the cornerstone 1 j Choicest Brides and Bridesmaid Phune 10;> K antI 10V., 11If 1Ill'nda St.
r. of their mental equipment. row. Mr. Gmgles has gone to Pine Roe;;, i23 dozen. I'' Is Now
Open to the Public
f Who can estimate what results thisgreat Hill, having left several days ago. I Choicest Carnation: 70 cents I i I
I dozen.
army of American youth, The young people will reside in this Other flower in proportion. F. B. BRUCE under the nrnia;{ iiifii' '
l when in half I ,
} a generation it beginsto city, where the young lady formerly These flowers are the freshest on ;, I
1 t expend its energies in creative the market, being but eight hours MRS. S. MIMS.of

; t K t! effort, will produce upon the present resided and is therefore well known. ':]I on the road: from Montgomery, the : tvir in Eke .

i : ? 8 aspect" of the world What industries Her friend will be glad to extend a I l I nearest cola. wholesale: point to Pensal ; tAiu6 :rliD veil AtnhU Li1 g Pensacola, Florid.

3 will it originate and develor? cordial welcome to her. I I, You are a* near to the Pen=acolaGreenhone RATES REASONABLE: ,

i What unknown land* beyond the' a;? the nearest: telephone. I(Guns
---- --- Ammunition Fishing Tackle
+ seas will it diseovei What problems and everything! delivered at once. Bicycle and By the DayWi- 'r V 1 '

of government it willl ojvp:' IIJDd' Pills Rin 'phne 329: I Bicycle Sundries Edison Phonograph and Music. .
s Pen-acoJa: Greenhouse. 32'i: West Table Furnished wit', t' ,. 1 1-:
What tpics of the race it will 'ritr? Grp-'rv str..Ft, Market Alf.rti-!

I ;Li >Surtly in the barefoot boy whotrud'e Po not snipe nor irritate V ahmen-, :!(I-'V' Ml--s, VlnLtTTE MOEOO.Refrigerators : Hammond: aud Other Typewriter-: Typewriter r'upplieAll Kinds of
r taran ,t. They .it :'it;y yet | I Repairing: I.t nek ana Key FHtin SolicitedFree
from ;: Public
i a to or away school acd 'lean' Patronage
promptij; ial. evil H igh-Grade Hammerltss
1 ;> fi have a : Guns Kept f">rKfLt.BigSupply of Fresh ShelU
in his fellow- lives the hope of pert all
at Low Puces.
R. '
%, t petuatiou of American ideals: of human Give ComfortSold few left, which we will sell Sample -

; w liberty i by all druggIsts, J5; cents. at cost. Marston $ Quina, 16 South Palafox Street. Men.THE Sunday: RateM: idt- t. 1'-;





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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29.1902. i

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B. H. FAIRCHILD, DUDLEY SAUNDERS DR. G. GOLDSTEIN W. C. O'NEAL, President; No. 8130 F. C. HORTON Cashier L'I; :v I, oj,J ':

: XoLIBTERI13 $. J. FOSHEEVice-President M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. 'III ';f I ;.

t1V 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. IS MUCH IMPROVEDHAS TUB WELL-KNOWN AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ; i I 'fJ;I :: r

Ccrcet Wark and Refinishing Furniture a AND SKILLFUL .,

Specialty. I OF PENSACOLA I..
FLA.
BEEN OPERATED UPON SUC ,
: 405. OPTIC SPECIALIST
1"110:0.0
Designated Depository of the United States. I

,...-- CESSFULLY.Atlanta
R. K. WHITE, I Of LOUISVILLE KY., Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22, 19O' ., :'l f' : I

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RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

'ialchmal.t. Manufacturing Jeweler Journal: IS NOW AT HOTEL ESCAMBIA. Time Loaas. .. ........................ .... $346,35498 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 I
UraJnate: Optician, R Demand Loans...... ...... ............ .... 119.949.74! Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10.000.00 #
and Dudley Saunders of Pensacola AND WILL REMAIN ONLY A FEW Overdrafts..... .......... ...... ........ .... 538.74 Undivided Profits..... ...... .... .... .... 15256.97 I 1
't., Pnurola, Fla Fla., the Emory college student who DAYS. U. S. Bonds and Premiums............... 214,296.87 Rediscounts..... ...... .... .. ... ...... ... 64,071.57 '
.I ti Pilatel Stocks securites, etc.... ............ ...... 2,625.uo Circulation......... .. .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00)( *.
was brought here a week ago from Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 Deposits .................................... 455,036,05 lii
Oxford and taken to the St. Joseph I. R. Stamps... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 74.W5
0 COMMENDABLE Cash and Exchange........... ............ 178,805 '
;iWO infirmary, is much improved. He I IS6'J,304.59

ha been operated upon successfullyfor $ fSG9,364.59 ; .
ACTS I
MINSTREL appendicitis.The This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
yonr business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ,
-- young man is now much bet .1 ifJ i .
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
I'f .,tur" of the Little Folks' ter and will soon be entirely recov- I II IsaE

,, 'rf irmunce: of Monday ered. His father, who has been with I ,I
t :1 ,
I I II In
xeltedmuch comment him here, is well known all over asasasasasasasa52S25 e? ) >s
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Vi\f ? 'WI": the town talk yester- Georgia and Florida. He is presi-1 i : ...................... / \ _' /............,., ::1 I I : i!

.i !-iiiiese Honeymoon" dent of the West Coast ) ii
t tt
Vi \h-r Sadie Kugleman fug company and the Geroian- I SpectaclesBlindness Skirts.F I' :
f
d by1 j,5es Sarah Americau Lumber company, both of :I \'5.i Wraps ,

t Ira Frenkel Ethel Pensacola, and of several Georgia t 1 ,
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I. lun,: Friedman Mi- enterprises. i Q./O/o.e..e..oe.o... ...to......... a..Ot. ; !
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:tad Jeanette Israel; I N5ESE S ES2S.E2.S2S25 S252 : I

was the burlequt THE UNION OFSOUTHERN I The vat amount of blindness occurs -I I.: .

i'tdty\hiden," by through neglect of an optical Riding the Wave of Popularity Again ,, ,, ,, ,
I defect of the eyes not being attended 1 .
i !It:' luberg and Hell RAILWAYS\ I y "
I to at the proper time. Many such A? always. Placing within your reach! an :aggregation of Wrap and Skirt values of the greatest n
,ian excellent por- ,, cases: have come under my no- tl.
-- tice. The patient has either been magnitude. Their equal's not to be found at a third more in price elsewhere. Come see: I f ;I II

i -.'1'11' Coleman: ar- PI.NSA; on, Fla., O.:t. 2S, 1! ))2.IMitor short-sighted, long-sighted or astigmatic ; .Mara A LOOIIS: ALL 'I'li.lT'Cc'i.s.1iCv: ?*,-t.O(,, I '1 llr
i the little misses in one or both eyes; but one to t +
!,:ul.>' New a large extent which they say, i; ',,1(I '
It'on and appreiv In today's i-sae you made mentionof their weak eye, the other having little SEE SHOW WINDOW. I II

I t.y the audience or no defect (and should the ca=e t
a union between Miss Ellen X. : of the weak ey be short-sighted it -

:, o little ladies betimes. and Mr. Atlantic Coast Line. increases rapidly the eye with tile WALKING! SKIRTS [ WRAPS j ,
: n The bur1 greatest amount of optical: defect ;
My information f is "such as; to lead out of use similar to squintingeye I ':
a
gets raneofm.ltrillsfrom
I 75 Walking Skirt*, wide ; : :
Ladies' Monte .OO
1 i t was created: by me to believe that Ellen X. will be : ; the eight" thus quickly deteriorates Carlo.$7. Oto.l r

until It loses all perception of $2.25 to $6.50. Children's Cloaks and to .
: -a'in.r I Long Raglands.2.tJO $10.60 ,
usualin i
L.
united ith Asa.: and as H light, some sinple accident having

'r was busy reeeiv- I such cniuu-, made for better and occurred to thp other eye, causing I BILK SKIRTS in Corded Taffeta and Peaa de Soie, Ladies' Tight-fitting 25-inch Jackets....$}.W to $i3.64 I I

:yesterday! : and for wore, Ellen X. will lose her are permanent with a large blindness.! amount Others of defect there in $5,50 to $30.00. I Children's ... ..... .... .... .. .... ....$2.25toSG.OO ; i t. ,!

l i. \ tiled upon to re- I name, and all buine;s will be done i well I both e\'e-It ii- mixed' may astigmatism.be; long sight Theycan as CLOTH DRESS SKIItTrfrom J<(;.OO to .:,S.oo. I Children's Reefers... ..... .. .... ....$2.00,52.50, $ 300 :\ > ,,
the two
I. i.: matinee in tile name of Asa. L. read for some time by holdingthe

1... utioued.ni' I' CuMMKKt Ali ;nuST.CENTRY'S I'' book vpry close to the eyes, ow.I : r !
2' DOMESTIC SPECIALS-&1ONDAY ONLY !
I tug to spasm of the ciliary muscles tONE

; pneumonia: ort (apparent short-sight) and thus the I CASE BLEACHED DOMESTIC: .. ... .. ... ...... .. .... ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..10 yards for 45; cents! :
ikf llu< d's Sarsapa'iaUlriHd DOG patients consider themselves nearsighted l lOX E KALEYARD-WIDE UN15LEACHED DOMESTIC .. ... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .10 yards, for 45 cents i f I i,
: and believe they will improve ONE CASK: bTANDAKD PRINTS, DARK PATTERNS .. . . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 10 yards for 45 cents -, :
strength.
older but it fre-
as they grow
: Yards THREAD LACE at 3c yard.W'See :
quently ends in paralysi of the cil, 3,000 '; i
AND PONY SHOWGentry's i
lacy muscle with total blindness or .
J Jay.:t MEREDITH just sullicient vision to grope about our Shoe Window for the Best t Shoe in the tits at II..u fur Meu.1Jl i #
-- with. Had spectacles been proper. RIO;! Pair BOY:';' KNEE PANTS-xc) Pair. I
I
FRIDAY NIGHT II dog and show exhibited ly adapted in time to correct the f
I pony errors of refraction, they might have t
to two immense audiences enjoyed good sight all their life- :
.! ;, "JlI1iceXl''l'U.1Il time. $ W.J.&B.FORBES. HIA
: play : ;I
yesterday, ar.d both entertainmentswere 1
I, Dr. Goldstein's system of tests re- ,
; per.li.r' \ I II
II well received. Children form- -uIt ill perfect fit. compensating for I ,
bets the
nature's deficiency while re-ervin": ,\ : ,
... "a ruling i ed the largest patronage, and their of "accouimodation" I ?
the adjusting power -1- I If You Buy Them at the: Ho-ton Shoe :Store, They are Good !
::11 "wdedtilt expre! iOn5 of admiration at the of the normal eye; the lartre BANK STORY. ,
i requirement has been nearly: or entirely I ,
'- II wonderful tricks of the animals were I'
overlooked by mo=t of the op- An Incident That 4nrllril the flljI.niiy ;
r: 'I.U' 1 i!.k i it- frequently heard. The show is a i tieians: of the day. Dr. Goldstein's of lirciiilm-eille !'otr..t. I Ii EORCHEIMER'Si); I Hi! ;t
: i' I ,it \\' d- slx'tf'ell "h
of
experience yearenables I Some years ago the directors of the ; ;
i 1'n \Vil- -'"oil one and furnishes an object him, by most improved method and Hank of England were ptnrtk-d to rej I t J

I .. : r th! :" i a'.-:'tr.i'n lesson to tho e who would be cruel with the latest scientific apparatus j ccive an iiivitatioti to meet an nn-
to correctly test the sight, and by a RUTI--BEULAH
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':! a itin-', |b | to dumb brutes. The aggregation suitable! collection of ten*es or spectacles j known man in the -tl'onLrIJfm' of the i I .i II. ; : Si

('(':lI':1'; : ", the : did not from the city until to give relief to and strengthen i bank at midnight "You think ;you is I
get
-. ", ,:. rh: i ,. -, hi, le.id- away the eyes for the varied requirements I all sate bawl you bank his safe hut f !& I
nearly: G o'clock this morning. life.CONdt'LTATION I knows better. I bin lunslJe the I I1 ,
in
1 proftmniunal or private:
!tl .
> :M 1R"f> Stahl. -- -'S. 2. AD .
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1 bai.k the last 2 nit( !' hand you now .. fi i
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AND EXAMI-
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: <:a!J' n ut IPCI ij'iettish; Rushvillo. Ind.Messrs. :. nuttin "": I
i about it. But I am nott a thoafI
'I i,' "l I J'alll Leicester ELY BIns.-I have been ;i NATION FREE. I so bit yet will niett luce in the great i t tA
'- ,iJ; tu be a great sufferer from catarrh and I SHOE TO SUIT THE :\10-1': FA TInIOn; TASTE. WE HAVE ; ;
the very and tried thing-i' OFFICE HOURS: From !ft I a. m. to j !!'}Ilur room with all the uioneiys, at
i- ever done. hut hay found fever no permanent many relief untilI a p. m. Room 27, Hotel Lcambia. tvxelf 2 nito, Ile explain: orl to you let I THEM IX ALL THE NEW CUKATIOXS AXD YOU WOULD :

i '"sated with the found it in Ely's Cream Balm DR.TLI)4TEINknowing= how ignorant i only thor 2 cum down and say: nulHn DO WELL TO CALL AXD LET r.-: SHOW t : !. ;I
about eight and we have the is of to nola dy" The btronprooin; wasI I \
-< >-IHC effects that years ago : average )person i '
w been fast friendi ever since. ( Rev.) the law of nature, and the permanent : I guarded: the next night in spite of a THEM I TO YOI\ i i i. ; ,
ii te first II '
play was R. M. BE.MI.KY.Messrs. injuries resulting therefrom, I I disposition to regard: the letter as n ....,....,.... .-.r i 1
i Mr.r Ronelli, it is ELY BROS:-Find enclosed and the ofttime good results growing hoax L.v police and-nothing happened.The \
.- -.iiioundetl himself "id cents, for which pleaesendme out of reminding person of
next phase (;if the mystery was ,
your Cream Balm. I find your what they already know deiresto .
ally strong com- Boston Shoe
remedy the duicke.-t anti most permanent benefit them a* well :as. himself. j, more astonishing; than e\"er. A heavy i, Store : :
-- cure for cold in the head chett of papers: and securities taken I
catarrh etc. Vnurstruly. from the strongroom arrived at the : l\\ '
Hot Ro11s at 5 I>m., lOc. Di 1.1. M. l'tI'l'TElt.ien. kink. with a letter complaining that 117 South Palafox.
adoz at Solomon's.f ( Mgr. Arizona fold Mining Co HARD WOOD the directors: had set the police upon 'j I IJI

the writer and that he had therefore I 1 I; I I
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f- 5 >tf sterling silveriivelties Examine the corks onererrj FOR BREMEN not appeared that he as was he neither promised a thief, but nor toprose taste When in your you wake mouth,up go at with ones a to bad;a ; .'fT.JJjIr.11'UrIi.. J ..}J\J1 :t t j !; ,
: r
C
ofChamberlain's
drug store and (get a freeauipl.- ;
; Ii
and fool lie sent chest of he had
bottle of Schlitz a a papers I
:. is to be !: :stomach; and Liver : J : I t I
taken (runt the bank. Let a few '
, : !.ens'. Prices tot see that they are branded j tlemen l-e alone in the room, and genj he Tablet make One well.or They two also doses;cure will'bil- i' ,;
you : J
"Schlitz. Twelve ur fifteen carloads of hardwoods would join them at midnight said the iou-ness; !sick headache and con-ti-- 'Ii
t ---. 1 writer and to put short a long and : pation. All druggists and nv divine i ii NICK'S I H5 i ic
from Kentucky: and Tennessee i i I m : H'
l strange; chapter of hank history a man I Ii dealers. ,, I !
'.S.tiOt'.t8'0..c..e.....................* arrived last: evening and a transfer I with a dark lantern burst into the : -- 1
NAVAL STOKJa: :Ilt\lU1tir II.
i' of same to the British steamer strongroom of the bank at midnight i 'I j

.BUY A BUGGY. i after calling from behind the stonewalls for The XJTI t> I, : '
ludru was commenced early this I: Itepurlffl Dally j
! .. for the directors: !' to put out the ,j Union Naval Stores Co. j I U TA uun IQ L
\ morning Tim item and phosphaterock : lights. lIe was: one of a strange class !!, i !

I'r'. .<< ...- are being loaded today and it is I'I of men who gained n living by searchj I j S08IN. .. iI I;; .
ww_........ '. ii is ft. fi" ; I' !
1 fi $F.1 expected that by tomorrow the immt'iise I fag the sewers at night, ami through WO....... ... .. s 7:, 6 i '- 1 1H t I. lq .. {
an opening from a sower he had
fouD.11 '
f
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__ So r"
I IN CASH 3 F. I" c- I
I t t'e e lot of cotton, now in car and his way into tin- ru-lit-st. room in the i M .. ..... :1'! '") E I ,,, i iJ iK 41* J '4 '
., DAILY MENUS j
warehouse, will !be handled by the World.-St. cItxt: -tte i iI ?... !VI D. ..' I i'I| il
I I I.... .. .... :1'Itl 1'* bel')w l :;, I! t' I
I i i'I.; I E SMALL WEEKLY INSTALLMENT PAYMENTSe wnrkin 'm.Fresh. I 9rralrsTraFltxrlxs-i': :,. i! C.'mpri=s an thP 1:7-to-; t .1
i f I f
HALLOWEENENTERTAINMENT'/ I Date Dishes the Mar-
} :LST: ASSORTMENT: LOWEST PRICZSIBtHRS' ,< r ; Buttermilk 5c. n I Hot Rolls at 5 p. m lOc- kets of the WorldLadies'

glass at Solomon's. doz., at Solomon's. : Afior ;II.
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t REPOSITORY I I
Watch for imitation beer ,29 t l

t t', :. ,09-;11 South Palatox Street, Pensacola, Fla. : PERSONAL EFFECTSOF -- being passed on the public I I I i"I l'

The Christian Endeavor: Society I II Schlitz that 1 Private It : : f I
Sole V;:;o2tt.J: A for ; see every II

I W H -!
e Kanious Ilrautio .
AuiPnca'g
'
o- Wilson, on Wet Gregory treet, I "t-
l. THING I : ON WHEELS AND HARNESS TO MATCH. This morning a big; lot of personal: !Inext Look with horror on :Skin Eruptions
FriJay night. Proceeds dej J
Blotches Sores Pi' They don't Regular Dinner j !
HiiOOia1e/Q.01..e..1.4e1e1..eoelleo0.eee.Q.oeeeeeif effects for different memberof, the oples. Daily. HI'HI'I'f
j rived from an admission fee of 25; hav< them. nor will any rate \vho | I'I
f army band was loaded on the steamer cents will be applied to the bociety'3 I ine* HUckl u'o; Arnica Salv It I : i! 1 {!
: I loriti'-s! the face KcZ'-ma or Haiti j 1 ;
General French and taken: toBurancl I benefit. A varied program; is In J IU.LUII: vani-n before it. It cures''I Short ()derv I'rmnp'i7" t !I'I'Fmr.1.

f III\IH: L\ITIH'" FOHf : ,;. Some of this stuff came :i course of preparation and games incidental I -jr- lips, chapped hands, chilblain-. %!ghr ur jar. ; : :
that Infallible for Pile-. 2'ut; W. A.1 I I l ,
to romantic: night will ;\
f I Blithe way from Massachusetts by 1 D'Ahubertdrub store, I 121 I south > -- f I : 1' i
SCHOOL BOOKS*= be tfce! order of the evening. j, e
I rail and arrived yesterday. Several Palafi street. I jI j If it'aSometblcgr.onotoi-at I' t ;
\ you wihb, you'll and It m ]I :'I
!'HE LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PEXHA- cars are needed to handle it. C'KKW NOXICEH. !' t : I

............... -' ......... {OIIT BARRANCAS. Fla.. (}r't. Nick Apostle'sPopular ( l
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COLA AXD AT LOW PRICES. i TO Cl'KF. A COLD IN ONK n.I .\l W captain, owners :1 r'J, i 1'JOl'.sealed f.rop.iil-. in..) j
F> 1 Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All I a nor COD iIlD"'t'S of the triplicate, will be received until I : .
GEM druggie refund the moni-v il It tail to :Nor bark Joaaane will be 1l:;)) a. m., Nov. is! 1'Jtr.i, for corictructin I' Restaurant.THE :
BOOK STORE.. i cure. E. W. Urove's signature is on tacit responsible for debts. ?. plumbicz and P.lf!'trlc wirig ,
of said
traded by tbe crew vesi.1iLLE5E5.con-I I
5i& .
box. : i : two singlets N. C. O. ( uartprs, .t1'lJJ f \1 i
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To order. &l
captain.SElTHEKlhecaptum Fort Mcltee, .r la. L' S. rfserve.right ; ;
'School:' Supplier Tables Pencils Penholders Etc. Frozen Buttermilk, 5c- "Incr. I to reject or accept any or all I' jjj/r\r'J, J J ii",) lJ Jlr'\j\) )j' : 1

SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. saucer,at Solomon's. .owner, I 'i-.posals or :any part thereof. In-I L ? .
jiji:; ='J'i nor conaUnet-t of the tier- irtr.atiou furuis*ed oa al'plic:1tion.1: 11 {
I man ss Horta trill be re- : CASTO
watct 1 eponible for 11:1)11 contracted: EIIVl-I..I'f'| containing i proposals I 4. I
Do want a magnificent 1 k
you \ "
tile of Bald vetsol. -t."ud! b marked Pr-'posaU fornstraetiin. hearith rJ1'n P- 1 '
CHAS. R. JOHNSON I for little money? If so, call on by crew t : .
Stephens, the jeweler. He will aci Pensacola Lumber Co.. F. HE1NS Captain, I f' addressed to W. E I 'E7 T
r -18 SOUTH PALAFOX STHl Er. I i commodate you. I Consignte. :501' Col-- Q. M. cUtlTuovit 7- i. '. i : f



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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29,1902

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I Who Passed the :Memphis Cresceus and Tenn.Dan. Oct.Patch 28.-to Cresceus Race. 1


1a i! Great Football Man ? Tutt's Pills agan.ct and Dan the Patch world's are trotting scheduled and pacing to go: ''I.A.t! :M.: .A v'ery


i nOf': ,'nil' this afternoon at the local .SUCCESSOR TO AVERY t WCXJLFOLK

Ira ". The conditions: foi the tna.s

r [Ontrlnal.l) stimulate! the TORPID LIVER will not: be perfect as the weather i.- IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
; It won't do io in nti',li the fillt'giS strengthen the 4i i;estiv-e organs >
i ar re:<. aid a strong south wind is blo.v.n -
iii'ti- ., .d. omit I regulate the bowels, cad arc unequaled -
tt Thi'.v
_, or tinpain's:! : .
as aa : ::: directly up the home stretch 0:, HARDWAKE.

.all jo umlt-r fiftitum-i luiHiiVII ward Silver will go against the worh! .

till rise riJli-iris Kiuzs and Querns.Kiig i \NTI-BILIOUS MEDICiNE, z; ,mile: trotting record! tomorrow

was a large institution. andQuit In malarial districts! their irtues ; Iron Nail
: I arc Axes, ShovrI, Saw Mill and Sr"uui.: .:

: n> Wla: small one. lout: Querns |! \\ltJt.ly recognized, as they potass Wolves In Mississippi. ; Supplies, Cooking and Heating; t"ve:, Faun I n i ,-

STORK had b.) .'U luffwtl: through a series of j jsuc i s peculiar)'stem front properties that poLen.in erring Elegantly the Jackson :Miss.. Oct. 28.-Wolves Window Glai-s, Guns, Pistols and Fi-nm Tack

i I <-,'!-'-Cul came: for the championship: I sugar coated. have ln appeared in large numbers I Agate and Tinware ann Ilonsei'urnishiii:; (j Ip11, \.

i I l>} Sjiau::l. r, a sph'ndid, powerful fi-1- Take No Substitute. -- in Calhoun county and a feeling of
TIME I much uneasiness exists : Lr.-\GEX8 FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL
among the OipAX 1'
low \vho-e only fault was that he was ) 1Q:
- farmers. as the animals! have I Revere Giant Stitched Belting Ell'
Northampton
to most women i. a tens of always in danger of failing on his ei- grown r ,'
I bold in their Wheel Co.. Liftin & Rand Powder Co.. John-on'- ,,
anxiety, sen. __" tlJ"Jught very ravages on lip -
and sweet anticipation. aWih:1tiuU.uJ now, when the final ,' r PABST J RE[W MALT DEER stock. A few days ago a farmer ca"- I soiniue, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Rau ..-, \\ i:

With the ce*-.ation of pain game of the series was coming on. he tured seven young wolves while the I Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather M.i-m' -

Z f necessary to childbirth! bad to go and make a guy of himself parents were away from their lair. A Made Railroad Colors.

}Ii&:I sleep there and comes recuperation.calm n"I"\'b. liy I breaking down in analytical geom -- report from Yazoo: county says that Masonic Temple @ Peiisacola. FII\.

etry. No student: could play football SPECIAL: PUOCKS9 ow USED wolves have again made their appearance ,I

MOTHER'S for the ohamploubhip who had not (I Jr-OK MIKING MALT. in tie Lake George neighbor

passed in every subject. The consequence hood. The Star Laundry
--
FRIEND was that Queens: must lose after ,
A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT.
all her victories because the
t does 'iiniini-h the! : great ON A SCIENTIFIC BASIS
jain accompanying:
Mr. Owen Dunn, of Renton, Ferry Busiest
Lulk of a fellow couldn't learn math Biggest Best :
niatu-ni /. \\ :.h its a. 1 mothers can anti W. \'a.. writes: "I have had ,
i do brrijj! : licdltliy! : swat dispositioaed: mil tit'S. --
kidney and bladder trouble for rear"an.j ,
s ." ; and isle! il b. tics into the world. I "Ukiht: mathematics:*' said the team I
In 'Ihi Waj the Hij Brewery Makes it b'Cime so bad that JVa'! ;
y r ta Ion! Isickne>,, sore breasts and ei- and the college ;..eucrally.Vhal's
obliged to at lea-t a dizen'
get
I caused the the frame! tumid of HCt'rIt up
cruci.1tingpins by gradually
uwtlu'inatics
i-ompared with footLall't.I times a u ht. I never received any

k '. eX".1n.n.orgms.pet'tr..tjn and relaxing, are n-e\td liniment.! by this! i I Now: I'mfessor Plum of the chair of Year 'luur.ll. permanent: benefit from any medicine : f 'yr Tliej Sid

:' ':1. 'n W the minifold! auis to childbirth I uiathciuitiics hatl'I.ry reason to help until I tried Foley's Kidney
Dlother'sneed has in Si nulfr throe He had himself Cure. .-\tlpr uingtwo hottl.alii j I (' ti 'a
n j
prow popularitj !I cured" W. A. D'Alemberte. I 1-il I (r-;. C'
l1 a' 'l: iinod a prrsi'e aniong rich women I The following extracts are clipped / i
1 liS v' .:.I as poor; it is found and welcomed i undergraduate ) from the Milwaukee Free Tress: Palafox street. ; for 1<
iii'!. nan-ion as we"!! as in the cabin. i I I was :*;devoted to the game. Mores I I :

i' .ills; L 'tlli.::th'_a;' tlicr',aionyof mind l I i.vr he was engaged to married Vi Now, of course everybody know turrrcrinh 11111I. ,
how beer is made Beer is the
Y R- :tiin: .iinaK-iutiiul5nflin.nc< I liquidre.ttUin We l let ,.
Fjt 'j |I Sponsors sist.-r. He had :ij.T.til to I V fr ,ru brewing null with 11 / t.: -

; I'; I.t. :. ii1 i :..tt'l u'a'c; : 1ar.icklrfurmsou ihild. trod: instead o1 i i ;srfve the athlete a final trial the day II i the right? proportion of water and rV .11.ii 'nil-- we L.II.I: Ir I.I l li I.

i' 4 l h .\ 1,. t;: h':, u-hu: hta !.1Ity.rctIln.. I[i In-fore the pitui- was to bv ,played| l and adding;: :once Iwp thereto for flavor. J i thrin-flv.! ",. They w: .
-
.. ., I In- ia Irlii'-nl a" l"' .--iLle ah his pa- I It's just like cooking breakfast fond. i .
r >;- .1'1 q i.g c-;, r to you ar. 1 it-;country. I I '- th.m we can We w 11:
w t. ',I: :' : ': !i::..: t r:. ,:,: ', !:. o. I |p i">: hut the profosnr was a conviiiitious You pour on the water, add a little. $ : f L ..
t .' I I I.' .._;:L_ 1l1111'l,1Ifh. work w. '
W' i f rc'irlreer. : "Motherhood1'THE man. and l pnigIer must get the salt and then you boil it for fifteen a ( '

E8ADFIELD BEGLIATOS CO.. Atlanta Ca average r"tluirt'lll.y college law.And minutes and your meal is ready. Of I i what we say.

course, if you have breakfast
poor
it that the before thesame
so was day i
food you will have a poor meal; and :

OLD VETERANS AT COLUMBUS. when exerybody Paid that Spaht'ler : so also, if you have poor malt you I ALL WORK c. o. D.
-- should be spending his time legitimately will have poor beer and vice versa. Goods Called; for and Di,.'FI ;. :. .;

i! Reunion( cf Georgia Division: of Men practicing with the team Instead Where Malt is Made. r TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
of it in useless
waiting; figures,
Who Wore the Gray
st L Columbus,, Ga., IM. ii.-The city I he was sitting in a classroom endeavoring The first thing; a visitor has to see WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

i ar was tilled Monday night with hundredsof i to answer the questions Plum had when calling at the Pabst Brewing I ,

written out for !him. company is the building where the
Confederate Veierana. !
They came It was S o'clock before Spanglor new malt, a distinctively modern
d : : fn.m all sections of the state to at. handed in his l'lIH'raUtI[ Professor product i* made. Heretofore the

ttnd the annual rsunioa of the Georgia variation in malt production has W. B. WRIGHT GOfDPAHY
1'lum. who did not relish spending an Gabbleton (,tffublvtly Why. hello
'4i : : 4. + division which this been so that unless brewer ,
J began mora- great a .
> evening apart from his betrothed took Grimshaw': Glad to see: you're back) : r7.1j
., lag and judging the was extremely painstaking and not I : \
large crowdsthat
oy
them to the little boudoir whl'rcliL'e Grimshaw
I mindful of (I'uhlln-This is my face \ MANCFACTCBERS AND DEALtK-
he seldom
made \
.s ame in Monday [ the expense
night attendant .
usually received him and, taking; the i same kind of beer from one end you are looking at, GaLbleton.-Xew ;

f ;'t; previous.e will!! be greater than upon any his pencil, began! : to look them' over of the year to the other. York Jouraal. I .- t. LUMBER LATHS
state reunion.
firing each number ,
t answer a denoting This problem of /getting the "new i

r Thnllicply! laijHei-sive! scenes were its \alue. The rule was that the student malt" has been under consideration "WATCH THE KIDNEYS""When
d i ft ''tn* .'-.-M at the !' the Pabst I EA WED CYPRESS SflNU ES'h Ala
union depot, when the must get sixty out of a i possible by company for many .tiW : :
they are affected life is in ..
\'arJ\'lb camps arrived. The car shl'tJ!i 1 1i hundred in order to pass. .\Ht'e'h..) years past. Every expert wa given I ""
-"m'l: I the opportunity of uresetitiug his danger, says Dr. Aberuethy, the -..., PEN ACOr.A.
'i|with the rebel! yell the old 1 Lad been graduated at the head of her I FLA.
r4
batti- (lags were waved again, ant I class the year before at the woman's t ideas as to what he thought; would be great English physician. Foley's ___ u
I
; E I the wisest and best plan for obtaining -
D.I! I c'inrades wejit as they shook han-tsi
ont more. I I I questions cluive .
I product of the Pabst com There will be a regular meeting of 'rntln. 'brrttrof E-l'lUH :a .I..t
ib: ::< nil head'jiiarters! : for the and their answers aloud.! pany. No suggei-tiom; were adopt- streat. i he Pen aola Medical ...1..,,dR.I .
9t
Society
'eter'l a.n I k'n that I. II I
<
r ana ;, :;, the! "cm t hon" n -ar ,, ( There were ten questions. The first I ed however, until after the fire c fI 1'lt- he Board of Health offce at 10 K.-1-reIarv State of ih>- '"i its r. ''

[ le f 4 a, iI'll t':it :s hal! acni, : n.o-lating! [ several I{i'i was a complete breakdown and was I June, 1'JiiO, when the various,> members ASK HIM A liriHil.W 5c. I )'clock p.c. Tuesday. Nov 11 and ;2?-,. ilulit-rtt.y ,;IMiiniicf tint it

t :: .1 11w| ( ',IMI I:nning is s"r\. I I !given a zero. The second wa answered of the firm met day after day to Od1.STOIZIEL.: : I Visiting physicians are cordially (iKXtlUI. ELI. I 11.\!

:.:L <'t"( ,.\ a:..' ,!!'''' iay and njPht All: ;] l1'rfl'Cll and j'ein't111J(1.' the third round out the scientific findings con- 8earatbe ita Rcd, 1',1 Fran paats, :i *!i i&g7 I i invited to attend will Klon.la./ be held Tuesday in Kst-ttiiilii: HHU .c...'1.1 -

i Kit :S of I.. d'.- ai,' Icing barbecued 50 and so on to the end. A<* the professor cerning malt production which had : DR.W. C. DEWBERV liht Monday In Norcnilx-r, 't. ,

yl for t'i-; v' put down the numbers Alice been gathered from all parts of the # President. lard Tuesday IM-IDK the d
-r & ''d-\ \1 : wholesale.hniv I world. ..a! I
DR. L. DEM. ;
Tinity ,: >niely lfOoratala. added them in her head and when Y .. .. .". .-. .. .. .. ... .. ii25ttf ILLCSER, FOURTH 1>4V OF N'i I r j

a and! the: streets \\" .- brilliantly ilia-! elirht; had l been answered with only a I 1- In order to produce good beer, I i Secretary.MIOWJKKltV. >rti.For'one>nal 1t.'prt-NOntat"l-trit of t I i t...r.:t itUhlb '.,.. .i if : -t'

:. miltat. d. total of 400, or an average of 40, she good malt is absolutely essential. CURES WEAK MEN FREE. (Congrcs of the I t.u' ..: ;

The Columbus fpll f.-stival! began/ knew that unless the nest two questions The methods employed to producethe Klnrida.For btfcretary ul btato.: : t- '" J j

Mnniiay: nicht. ar,1! there I M received 1W each the result would "new malt,' concerning: which I! The underaigneJakethismetbod For <,omotroller of thus "(a:.' i : '
arts many be a failure."I European brewers; are already inquiring 1 usurps Late and a Happy Home I of offering her service= as a Furone Ju.tlc," of tnc f-':p.iiii.t&e l ,
th"II
rr'i i -and pi-oplo on tlo: .str\'ts: are far in advance of everything for All ) tlriit-zlu*3 licensed midwife, having State of Kloriria.
Fallowing!! a day! of! !>-\, think. she I'aill.htbat you made a had 35 For Iwo I Ui I road COMIIBI--IU... '
ly dawnpo-i that has ever been used: be- How any man may quickly cure hlnJII..If.alt..r sears experietice. Slate of Florida.
; Y t,,..:Iv was <--ar an.d! Minshiny, and a slight mistake in giving only TiO to the years' of MitTenns: from "esaul wcak-i j Can give bet of references from For Mate senator for 5..j: \ *' :. I

F brisk wind from t'-: north presages !I sixth question. It was [in two parts. fore.And every barrel of "Pabt" i is ness..,and lost enlarge vitality small night weak losses organs, varlcoceleIetc to fUll i I leading physicians of thi city. Dlitritl of tbehlatruf: fl' r\n\ ,
For
:' l}< .t1! r. union weatin r. I The first part was not answered entirely now brewed with the "new malt" size: and \lIItlr. himplv '.en: your name MKV GIR-DENS, lao Mflnlrt.IbelMaieoI of the?tlmSfiitnlivegof k nun:-
wrong and the second was all and is generally styled "Pabst New and address n> Ir. Knapp Mtd.cal i o.. l::\> Jltf lIt HOI :'' DeVilliers S:. For Tax Afkf s!'or.
r'n'ral Clement! .\ Evans division Hull iiuildini Detroit Mii. and thevWall I
Malt For Tax Collector.
j rI:bt. ]leer, and j Is a revelitiou in .
gladly i "<1 free rt'.lpt 11 tit full dreclions
i cnnin amler. arrivp,! :M.n-'ay night andj'1 I After a brief argument the professor the art of brewing. It i is ab-olutely so that any man m arPay.Ircure !ijira- If you want a n:. e present to give Fur Founty'rreaurer.Formeountylumnd. -ion
> r-
'lii' ;test of foloi. I VV. ,. Shfpherji I I11' was cominceil and added So to the pure and superior to anything otler- 10..11It hum 'J his I,certainly a most :enerouotter .. to a frietxl;;o and- look through the I For three nifOkOer of tt. t ""II.:y

'eF I' 1 \ and Mrs. :\. r. LI"wt'lI!'n. I j.so'or1'h\.' eighth question was fairly ad! in the market. from tli"ir,daily andthefntlowtncettrrcttaken mail show what na think elegant: line of Editable articles at of ForJusiar Public Initruvtion.P of sbf r..tiri .1, ,i: .' : '.
I1ViiCTsta amp ar :VD: early th, 8.l A. FRIEDMAN ettheir .generosity. I I '
> j ,answered and secured hi). This gate Dear sinePre'thanks J. I. Stephens, yea surely can 3adsoinethicK : foltuwingJuattvvntstrtct {.I.
'
irs-I'leaaeceft
E, '.;mn.nir: im.m.! _. am'! all l in ur.ifor a' Wholesale and Udall agent: my i !\u.l.!
tt ; > a total of 510, and the last question for yours of recent date. I hay"given : to please you. If you No.4.
t: and.! jinHt! with I your rr..Rlm..nt u tiior.ttitih lest and .
l mus.Icet5.Coverncr
For ConitablrnU
; I
t : '
nn-t receive IK) to make the r'tluirylaverage. want anything in the Diamond Hue "
*
t the benrtit has been It
r'' extraordinary. has Justice District -, ...:
# kst ; 6 Terrell's First Day. ; The professor who had not over the'fijrures. In a' moment he completely braced me up. I am just asvisjnrouas be sure to see him before you by. !\0.1.

; 4 *. At.anta, (lt. i'S.: --<5overnor Terrell kept! tally, was about to mark GO fur it, threw the papers) over her head as realize bow tinnpj when I a am.t.oy" aaJ JOB cannot > No.. S.No. i.No. ..

;- :;o tt.:..'a .]"." '!.!> \">>tertla)' and when"The Alice first stopped four out him.of the subdivi- well :is his cell and shouted: fully."n..arIr Results-,-\our eree\ttc'tl7 method worked what needed heautl. '. If you want a good Bedstead !\o.l\, :..

it inot t t'i': : 1 L.' will make any "Sittyl'There : I'trrnlllIlnd vigor have comcetelT; returned Ibe attention the '[ .r..'-
tq r ) ''t tutl...I 'r"! : ..'\' it i i3 probable{ lid si-Mis in this question are right she : was a yell that shook the college !- and" enlargement IS out.rely satis GT (l. nice Crib for the inc-law reiiuir.ng tbetu, t .'.,
factory.
I slid. i tnr said election 10 bf > '
w.i! . .. building, and Spangler, who was "Dear I"-Yo'JrS\\'lIi oplvej and I had baby to Marstor 11111- .
F! i : .ipj.0.Moiii / or to the Stone go <5'Ouina's. paper printed in the en' _rpaper \ ,
I "The third is wrong. was picked and carriedaway no trouhleinutakinguP of the receipt asdirected III the if .
.v ; I'r.. present up county i' r
t.i.ul.r The
rlj t. candidate s and can trutlifu/ly say it is a boon : puuitwhedinL.-county .....
t
it
I "I'lgure
again. .
(
: } : r tl..s: . .. a'C.: .. \V. Smith c! on the shoulders of the football to 11 Ink men 1 am greatly trsprovett In 1"8o-t IIcupl.! >"i of this I.vl! i..
lie did so and found on error in his team. size.strength and vigor." I the, lUH-t .U hire 1 .
1' I ., P. Kai!:,; .; I' ]ic,<.r s. of Coviniton I All ,: ''ly tad+ II" plMI-r II !
i ( nrr<".poiulpni'f 1 is ru- e'': nt i ," T..tlmouyb..r"of.. I
work. lit- 1:11't
t ..I f a t, nut! 1.I .;. ."t :.t; ji I'.I ib.iin. Campbell own SO."Uefore. changed the markingto And this Is how QUt'I'IIS'un the tlMl innilet in platu.._"", d <.', \ .lop. '1.., 'VI-CXIL y tiCII] !:DULSt I my Land and alitI! I Inair. .
Ls} championship for that year. I'rofessur 1<-v .ip': ;- he-for th. / --:&..U. I&u !II- ; waner'r :.L.'.i of it.. t-I11t.r I. I....
ttlUlr} .A1. ,.tr dpi'l'dnl3: are strum ) man oases t tI ,
yon take the average said Plum was looked with n.uchfavor FOR STAASI DITISION tnem>::t\ t -
'(! I 1 1. ,0;. 'urs, : .1, "' (iovernor Terrell win I Alice upon as tin} of repii,ili. |-\. -. \
who knew that it was still short .
as if he bad strained a point to I'E S.COL.HLI.cnuc TmL1Irt11 tl..lltl.t.t't
.<-,t'--l 'r t "', today. Many believuP'a'l .
by 10 numbers, "look over the fourth \
pass Siwnsler. No one. ever knew thatit .
that! iho .itj-io'ntment! will go to Mr. again." I HAlLWAY COMPANY.Tr To Gwirge 1-:. "11111J. .
question .
was !lice who had pulled him Count. t
ln.;. 'n. who :s one of the most prom The professor did !;,J. and Alice took through. AMP.UOSi: SPLNCEU.: leave Plouc.a for the U'.U,

tF'4 i tLt lawyers in his s(>('tion. Covern.n issue with him on his interpretation of 1HARPERI aDd Rayon.Kurt Bill B llayoa rraDcai, War t0&.m.arrlTikt rll1ltOI1lIi"J i an -"

J 11r E T. :.nil wl! not appoint his staff the answer, claiming that the student s:: Kori Barraccai TY6 a.n ; \ Every Woman

I nun! thn latter part of his wt>f'Iwh nhf. meant one thing while the professor: What n I outlet Dan In I'rhnn. luau( L m.arrive at Yon Barrnncks 1M a.n U e-irt c '
1 1 L.I" t;nie to give the matter mor"f.niMtli claimed he meant another. Plum was If I h-i"l little! work to do i'i pr'son. p.m.arrtve( at Kort Karravaai ls6pa f+ V( JL \ i! l .
I 1:10 p. m. arrive at Foe; barranca Ui P II iT fcURULWhirfioc '
} a kit "S 1 J'
,
'!ration. It is oxp( tea that not thoroughly convinced, but feeling how did 1 :spend[ the t.me'At Auimrii. S:15p.m. arrive Fort Barr&acai 7:30 j a t-' \ .SxJ r it. '- '-

4t h.s: niiiie all! this week will be crowd. I that tine on trial should have the benefit where I lived[ the greater p.rt:! ol my j j *8u P'tn- arrive at "'*:\ Karrnacai st6* p.1I t f, b.14. ,
Trains leave YoU Barraaoairoi
>
eoi' *
+i:1' t fOr
d 1, : < i.v.: It is possible! he go1to I to the totai.I as- follows: After rixnun; : time morning I 1arwrerti.iarh, ,S -
may
7:15a.m. arrive at reuacola. .... 1:00> ..
4 ": \\iliiosta with the !legLs-latur" on'Tr.nuaj I "I sincerely hope," said the profess I mould sweep out mj u,11. tuiu up my j j 11.MO p m. arrive Yweacola.n:4Sprt: k.Ir tI Ifr un" .rtnl4ui'.a.. &<:.:.pt,the' ..

i 2 CR" 1! to be present at the state or. "that the average; will be up to the bed' and blankets and t-le.m. up. '1'ben |I 8.-00 p. m. arrive fttFen OIL_. J.tfp.rr! utl ft. I.a wdHn. .r n.,

talr. mark! but I fear not." to brcakfa: then if there nits no j,I 7:9)6tiO p.m.p m arrive arrive U 1'1\:11&001&I'enaacoia...____ 1.45 6:4S p p.a 1I..j lali. :'. !1.....>k..a..I'* P4.lr:.:.."..'..'la, J

Meanwhile several hundred students work to do. I would co |bark; to my cdl li ;ato 'Jt6p. m. arrlvat PeI1I1100IL- D.tjaturaa7.0017 .. n.u tv iJfo'lll'L MIItbkL(0..
Room sic Times Bldg :New; tort
: t Noted Race Hcrsts Arrive. who had tracked the professor had and eat a small portion of opium. ThenI i I -=
I would exercise with hll'II'rll! !! and PARX rOS Will DATB.Peciacola .
l '1, mphis. Gx-t. :<;.-The remnants o! congregated; ; outside the house and now
t + p Sam IlilJriHlth's began to howl for the result. take a sponge! Path with oli! \\ iter I to lion Harraacat and r"tora 4:1 DR. t KING'STRY

powerful stabl.'hi<-!IIt'Ct "1 11 nuke[ the addition before them" Nest would come a nap till :dll1l1E'rtilllt' : PeneaeolatoNaryYard and retcrn__. I1A
lure for northern i'eniaoola to palmetto Beach and
tracks last Ij I reiora Ifc NEW DISCOVERY
Si aid Plum. "Tbeu neither they nor After dinner I would read and j
site'm with Waring :MiChestnt-y.! LU 'C'l'IDAY ICHIDCDI.
- the faculty) can accuse me since 1 don think in my cell) until 't: o'. 1 In.' >. w'ipn! .
("if:1pplt'by., Gonfalon.! Rolling! Bxrai. When wtuhdr' parmit the running I FOR THAT COLD.
know the result myself." would po to the btieket\ ;ground I "r esercise open coact
t :.'! other (cracks arrived ru-re SUBSTITUTE.
'. Yt's't"r.1 I Going out oa the piazza, he faced the in the yard in thi. !1.,1., slop with I'' Scientifically Distilled Leave Penaaoola. Lv fort Barraseai TAKE NO

1 morning from Ciicugo and wereftaliloi csrx-eiuHt crowd."Geutk'mtn the others, for half in !".iir.; the II A. m. 10 a. m. Cures Consumption' / -,
in the glass-covered barn UIm. 11 m.
V'1 at 3} I have: laid! down a fair back t<> the cell, taking wan I IM: '!.in id Naturally Aged, Ip.m, S p.m.sp.m Colds Bronrhir u A.r ; :iPneumoniaIIayFf''r.IIf'
k tor.tlmt'ry Park. wtich erect ,
was 1! value for each question.! 1 do not and a cup of coSTee made out of burnedbread I 1 Ip.m. .
r, I e-1. for s p. m p.m.
specially I1ildrL' i know the result, but will strike an crest for my Cupper. The > Hunt Absolutely Pure 4 p. m p m
,. ::t string tnduiies nine horses: inch.irj I 6 p. m. Ip.m ""
average.; was made at 0 o'dot'k to s' e tint all nay LaOrippe Hoar-t "
I lelitnd !safest for all ,
1' II l'ICIi. Ip. m. p. m.
:' of Tom Shannon. TIlt string "I'Ul1o it fur you!" cried the captain was right for the niht.ft'r; that I I I Sore JVhoopiri
I I TABBPOBIU5D4TPtniaoolato Throat Croup U
.
For
; \\.11!! Hale
> strengthened at various times" byDannheisser
t 1 of the football team and seized tbopaper. read in my itll as lung as the! oil last I ort Barraneai Nan" '
dmic! the winter and the campaign f eil.-"AutobioCTai of a Thief"Leslie's in lard aad retnrn_ tt \ ; Cough.

serf 01 1"'":? will bp :artt\t with almost ant Aliee had followed with a candle, :Monthly! i Bros. !j I i Ftaiaocla retura 10_Palmetto___Leach_ana_ lhI NO CURE. NO PAY.
,
w .' t',111 0'I' i inuhhrpjs:: which she held while the student can .i! I No freight elred after .:16 D, m. J Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES F..tt:

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DAILY NEWS; PENSACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 1802.



----- PROBABLY HAVE' FLIM-FLAMMER. OW I CAME TO TAKE :t' ( 1 t'-,


LOOK OUT FOR Athens Police Capture Alleged "Atlan. II UP CHURCH : J< I.
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I ta Diamond Thief. t -,
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Atlanta, Oct 28.-In the person ol ,!


( :I:ARRHC \1. { Ii Ga.Dr.Stevens.R.believe H., who Thomas they flim-flammed hace the police the alleged an of Athens Atlanta Dr. I I I nounced Just as down the IOrI came!..JCnt'llictiona,nal.the] rain I i. _:Ii'-.-tJ". ij j. <.


\\ 'I\\ jewelry store out of three! valuable weather Lad. been so fine that few ; :

1\1 \ 1 diamond rings last week after havIng pee had brought! umbrellas. A : II ,

worked the same game In Birming; stood near me In a brand new hat : 1suit t :

t' '.I wave flag is up, freezing weatheris on the way. Winter ham. looking at the sky dolefully. ..,

',' i: ,t, and with it all the miserable symptoms of Catarrh Thomas. In company with his wife, the moment I noticed in a rack ( I : 1

is' r .HI,; headaches and neuralgia, thick mucous discharges was taken from a Seaboard Air Line the door an umbrella. I seized it '

f.-"". r and throat, a hacking cough and pain in the chest, bad train at Athens last eight.'; He board : offered it to lI'r."Can't I f i r ,

: f uth, fetid breath, nausea and all that makes Catarrh they ed the train at Howell station his we share it?" she asked.I : i j '

and of all complaints. It of wife having entered the car at the .
-, disgusting causes a feeling per : oiKMied the umbrella, she ath<, '
'mat and mortification that keeps one nervous and anxious while union station. ;; '
fScu;* up her skirts, and we sallied forth.
: ..J1of others. Immediately upon being Informed :
: '0. ( it Manchester,Va., March 6, 1901. that he "Why Mr. S>turgi>," bbc said 11
+ tc I fall efforts to prevent was in the clutches of the law
Gentlemen-had all the symptom ly "I thought: you were off on your
and mat- Dr. Thomas ) ; ;
rtuons mucous attempted to commit Suicide
that this disease such ''
i-: accompany as cation!
U tr into the Stomach by swallowing two ounces of *. .l
: way dropping in the ca
1' i; mucus : throat,a con 'How did you know my name i
; 1
.r-1: uteri by the blood to bolic acid. The vial
.. .t G etantdestretohawkandepitfeelingtt was knocked "
; Sturgis? 1 asked, taken aback.
"r. '. and corner of the system; of dryness the throat, cough ando from his hand by an officer, and phy "
inside.
there it is the
r\ and Kidneys in fact spitting upon rising in the morning, sicians declare that he is not danger. "Why on I i'A r rf

t--:. md part of the body, bescabs forming in the nose, which required ously sick.Thomas. I looked up and sure enough, j .
: "Walter V. Sturjris"\ painted
t. much eft'ortto blowout, was f 11
some
the
iid with catarrhal refuses .
to make a statement
.. of white letters.
t11fplain! !'
times causing the nose to bleed and
is if .
disease rarely, ever, but his wife declares ,
she
I b
leaving me with a sick headache. I Sturgis was assistant rector of I !
,t stages,a purely local had thus suffered for five years. lieves he Is the man who stole the dia. church we had attended. 1 was : 'I

!iple inflammation of the I commenced to take S. S. S. and monds in Atlanta. She was searchedand thing bat a dl'r )'lIIa n. I lived ) !
- it md this Iswhysprays, after I had taken three ''I five valuable J' I
large bottles, rings answering to club and at the time was (' :
f. l' is an.llhe various in- I noticed a change for the better. I the dl'scription of those stolen In At. trifle pay."And t I
; i. '' to cure. Heredity Thus encouraged,I continued to take
lanta and
Birmingham were foul\(: utnbnll.i has the honor
I my
I, i.: of it-parents have it and in a short while was entirely ; tJ
upon her person. Several! Birmingham shield?" i
cured. JUDSON A. BELLAM. t
children i
ir.t IT of Catarrh anti- Main and Vine Sts.,Richmond,Va. i pawn tickets wore also found. She: "\ guest" of the Van "'inhll'!>. I: I 1THE
4 says her husband is deal about I.
wanted in Atlanta have heard u. great
f"J u washes are good for cleansing purposes or clearing the for forgery;: and is also wanted in from Alice Van Winkle. They attt
t -- I. :a this is the extent of their usefulness. To cure Catarrh I Di.niingham.! your church you know. This : I I :H:

r 1)od< must be purified and the system relieved of its load f
and 1
Thomas
says he was formerly ofKf'ntuc''y. Alice was indUpoMHL! was
and the remedy to accomplish this is S. S. S. which has I i '
He does not know how toe r.lone. How is it that you : ; i
no equal as a blood purifier. It restores ,
long he has ben in Atlanta. lie WM not officiating today' I
the blood to a natural healthy state and "Il'ni --"r-well, see, I'm > :
I married about three months ago. an ihinca you I I'g
the catarrhal .
poison and effete matter t i
then! has visited Nashville Momsonnrj. llOSf'll t" fly nn \'ucutuu
are carried out of the system through the I
I '. BIrmingham and AtlantaiVural 'Uut juir dress is not eIl'ril'aJ. i
proper channels. S. S. S. restores to the : : I Fj
I dim't
!
I "My dress't r I-why ;
blood all its good qualities, and alien : city d..tt.'tiveswrp watch.ins ( I I : I
MLS. Thomas .\ cleric-lf who n on vacation. I t : t
I |I
Ioldanight ai.Jbfliciid

.-I' ,rl 1 through. the rich circulation, pure blood to all reaches the Catarrh the inflamed infectedi I: -A. ith her her.Vhen husband would he board failed theteati I I "That"How I.far ifi d:.:>-.:yon.'.ar.go" ?" I ]\ \1'' i ]

to
: heal the I
'KIt1 mucous discharges cease and the. ."
around the corlll'r.rllUlIlI
"Onlj
pot si'! an &;vp,-aranfc they supposed he j
t'e must offensive and
humiliating all
complaints. j i t
..\ the corner was pretty I f
hail i
: :!iiie.; leiiKtly: and contains nothing that could injure the ono on ahead The train con : !I '
"
for me. who, if seen by tinVan s
:ition. It cures Catarrh in its most aggravated forms, ,i dm tor suspected that Thomas was th, kles, would! IK- in an nWkW\rlll1o- : i; s
incurable! and! if man wanted and wired to Athens .
: h"lllless.Yritc have
| us you Catarrh "
"Panluu uic, 1 said l, looking :tt '
::11 advise without charge. where the arrest' was made. (I Iwnhh. t. '
you "1 Ifd forgotten: an ('naCI"lIt i 1 : ;
Thomas and his wife will lIoubtle I
,t THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. I I lie hiouhlit to Atlanta toda.x. -a )hit of parodiial; work. i !\:i I
"
, I my ui.ibnlla.! I must leave j'on. !H! i

I I ileJii.tilur; itnitcstaUuns I thrust it I i
I
r .. .i,T...--.. : SPENT MORE THAN $1000- to her liaml and tonic my )
..-. .-- .'T.- .pr "" "" ,, ;==., _}!'i.r1If.._T_ - ._- t.
-- ''oJ''oJ"
-' W. W. Baker of few minutes I in club
r I PLiinview Neb., In a was my

- liJ i writes : "My wife suffered from dcaxiiriim to compose! my ; I I I :

TWENTY WORDS lung trouble for fifteen year She unsettled fii-liusb:: with a tumbler 1 ,
tJ ;!: anilicr! liquid."I .\ i
tried a number doctors aud spent t I
don't see what harm can (' 4
over f tOOl without relief. Hhe became '
-
= -Fc>n-' it" I solaced rn '!llf. "If I ha i itt..nl' ,
(:J .m very low and lo,:t all hope. A I 'I
i friend recommended Foley's Honey it, the girl's clothes! would I

tli j TWENTY CENTS. .m.E;!, i I remedy and Tar, and it saved thanks her life.to this Hhe:great; enjoys to been me ruined.that trouble" Nevertheless might; ((011I1"it lt. 1 r

i better health than' she has One cvtnins 1 attended a ball at f fI i

I known in ten years." Refuse substitute Academy. The men were ba &- I

I *. W. D'Alembevte, 121 S. and the womvn, while res-j> ,:

tin vet invested;; in the DAILY NKWS One Cent a I Palafox _street._ __ were not "in the swim." In one of 'I i iI
society iKvpU'' I! :
I 1.10:0.8"pre sums
The Liam I
... 1 brings wonderful results.: There H no I
t .in
i. I and as 1 walkud l y, with
In liolixla. one of the highest inlwb.t.itcd lag; on : 1
: I tedium in the state for realizing a want ; conntru'N; on the plubc-l.a Paz hat ou i the Iwck of my head and! 1

: '''f' columns. I the capital. U'insr ll'.OiX) feet above! the I gar in my mouth I l.x.kwl up and : ;

I sl-a I.!I'n.I-lliudl use is made of tbatral'ful -the ;;its of the umbrella.! 1' ; "f I. ;

:: and invalunble pack animal, ly at the moment she was not ,',( ; i I !

It HAVE YOU A WANT ? i iI the llama which will travel farther my way. and I turned luy back in e.'f' 1-

I and with even less food than the burro to prevent catching her eye. -: ; ; i i

I IA I i but will not carry more than 150 reconnoitered the l lox from a I I
t and saw that she was not with i :
in reh'moles
\\ :' i Notoriety Wanted.Opinion I pounls. The llama some respects 1 I \
: tbe camel kiiwliiig in camel! 1'u'utkles, but with the( \ ) i ii
p1 '
I
L: I' \\L' Wanted "That's lueky," I said to in>' \ :
I fashion ti> rwive its load and it will
'.\ It.. !I. partner Wanted. cither i ; i f tI
I; lj not rise if inure than ir>0 pounds are "The ;rosv<-ii-irs don't know .

U 0 \\' u.d. j Quitters Wanted. I placed on its !back; moreover the or the curate; the VanVinkbx .. I I i i I II

EI' '"' \\'i1l1t..d.. i Rooms Wanted. weight must l II e evenly distributed OUT us lioth. However I doubt! if the I

i F.r ,,'urVal.ted.. ServantVanted.. I its back and bides.fitalien.. saw me." I : 4
'. \ I I This all hapiened in June In I !
GI i 'r \ mtrd.! Teatn.lVantPtl.H f. '

."' \V: 'rd. I UuiomnenVanted.. I I I went abroad and did not return I r .

"(; <,:; dissolve and dislodge::: graveland the following November. Satintt' ; !
I I ": : ..t >r ,\ ,Intl't: Vehicles Wanted. rap I i
calculi" tbe doctor. They into my club the day after my :
says
J-- '.' \\ ntfd. Wanted. i
ii Wives U. bring the stomach and bowels to a I took up a I.ai>,'r. The first item ;
K \\ I'ted. Xperieuce Wanted. caught my t''e:15 tins:
| healthy condition. Even the consumptive

I f:) L \\ in J. You're wanted to have: .I(EI:] finds! new life in them and should for Th-conduit trial of unhprnming the R '\'. Walter the V doth !

M'dllt'd.' I Ze"l enough to place a.. ., l the turplilorfulI
: : : take! ,cni'ie: juice by take, jiUo'! this morning in the I

I daily, as It makes new rich Mood. It i ru..in uf Si. Mark church.
\ (:)
1 I #
builds up the tissues and foods starved "<;read Scott!" I fried sj.rinpns (
I _
tt nerves It Is also cleansing "l'w.nt the Iwttomf this!" !.

t IU 1 / SPECIAL RITES BY THIIIta (;j i, Hastily pulling out tuy watfh I i
r
D. INKS nnlllUUQ
\\' 111 \ \ WEEK OR MONTH. _t.. 1 AH Kln.l. of Our. that it was 1-' o'clock."Waiter t! : .
"How do like that ,
mince :
Mr.
1 you pic, : A cab: lie quick: t i iI'

I...-._ -- -- -- .; .m.. k. ;ltIuis'! asked! the landlady. In ten minutes I rotip to -
.,.'::' .Ei. I1" .. "' -; '",. ... ..,.- I. '
"This mince )Ir .
-- W -- ; pie :! Irons anH Maik'.s church and making my

t !' "crod the bond hoarder, "is a dream" kick to the vestry, entered. There I' i : :

I \ud afterward, when! he had retired : a trim array of churchmen and I ,
#
I ""C) A' I... TIml,or Lanus.. and gone to !sloop he found it was.- men the Kev. Walter V. Sturgis : ; t i i !
-- -- Tribune I
j Chicago them! the picture of despair. I i
\\ ";11'1{ }:R/1I1I..r: 10\.0 --- ---
U. LuiKbnm l.tt 'I'O I.AMJ OWNERS< fill 1IKA.I..KRS-- I icntleuH-n.." I said: "will you I
1 Foley's Honoy and Tar cure3couglis
.t'.t'I
bloteyendsaWtIrIIIorTurp.'ntlneLaud
cKll at the oTcei ; I I j
tell me what's up? Perhaps i !
, t .,' ,'n Jiirsale IfsowritH full particular tox and colds and prevent* pneu I
' buJ.dlllg.l_.lltC_ IkqJacksonulle 1 Ha_ ::IlOlw monia. Take no substitute,. W. A. :: throw some light on this case."
I : 1 D'Aleuihprte. 1 11: 1 S. P.llaf/lx. i i The! rortnr looked at me our l r
,
." I \ 1 () .. .; J1AIH (iU-i. I l
i ii l. : _.... .......__u_.._ __uuu"""" .. .. I piH-t" :!ides and frowned. "
8turis, .
Ui.r young trutlt'r.! Mr.
M# '\mprovpd<1 rat .."- Rol. 8AKAH IKlK.KMaaQfactaretaud if
. .nil amountS nl log L1I dealer in Hnlr I>oud4, Huts. Toilet s:",!!1. has! !been accused fl.tltl'U II:
I .11 brolie I:. Krooks Artlcle.,11airOlletc.lrY W. Ooercmenli Sour Stomach : town from his vacation without : i.
. i'alafox St., lulia: I I.tr.et. i '
;
t Kin 1m ,I ,, in li'inself known; also uttl'II ill ,

I: i CUT F1.)1VEltPtUT : ball I uf questionable character. I I IE
'J I .' need mon(> ; : 3 i I
' you y - - -- ".\rtrr I wot ladnrcd to try ftRfMHrrri. I.rlwipal| witness is unfortnnat.ly I .
1\. y amount you want i i '" u .en.snhou'Ihem "'hfnc.se but" : ,
and cannot
iand lowest rnleei ( KLOWKKH and floral L.ljtO'- testify -
_
; .
I .. Sir v *i wa ut I a >er> t>a b"loe .u.2 i mr brad {
i improved etv rtalHuulb I > Wpeclal designs ordered for cnstomrenMiss I i 1
v :ached ,nrlM3l6l I : wash tn'tl i' Snsince tnic 1 w-ilked up to the Ilev. Mr. ; j I
I 'I''r. 2* ;, l'aJa-l Violent Moreno Kt Wit Gregory, r
,
,,,
I. L' < a" rels I 11e"* one Mv sue ha-- aused. uiul his hand. "I hair a .
; In-if I' one MlmI *. giasjH-d
threw Nub enetl 'u P-UIIK T' ur ntonarliJUS I II-III
-- KKEHUM 1.C1 or.krt'bS Bl 5t LOUIS,ilO I fc-sioii to n.ake," I :said.: "I'\e :
i f HIIIUtoW }1O.s.yi : \'A TJU.I t I
i
thuh I
'.. vuur property pro- I I ilentlv beau l raising" 'merry ; {

! ,Mij or aril rrl es1 I I \\'i ANTED-411 knr ot empty Deer CANDY without knowing it. Then ; !! i 6.
l "e dokeriptton.il i > V bOUU-i. H, A. KalKDMAN DOVUtfi CATHARTIC t th" others. I told the sturj of the
1'1 UtrM-HUend to, I
1 if.. 'A HUGO A Co. I !India, 1
t ."'h.1' 1t"Oti. Pt'1FIr ,,- .tIE! :Lb-"r lIl1ll..r.: N epay'.Irb' .11' .._V'.il now" I added. "Mr. ) 1 f I ?
a cnlfiii.tltu'liHniloidiiiif liciiHiitiup
I ''''tft'.fi Ti vf ryoae i : : : : !
I i. w" will tend money I r,1 lUtitrnflH. .AMI Il'J 1 t\\ lie;(..1'- 1 leave I want your ;;
"."U," Sd-tt TEl$:'-''I1I\II : 1 rRADI a1Aaa QI0/'rpI0 ." :: 1
__ .. : 11' S #
, ,,I. 'I It/.out... \I1' t\TFU--Kour solicitor; apply I.. ., ..It is granted on one condition." I! 1 t ,
? -vvw..vw. .- I A.'Iliannonat >o. ii Wo.t bll111- Name It.ttend ." I .
1 liivnt Hreet. tielwi-ell '> and 1 I" o'clock in ut'I J .
i .I l1.. front room for fjrvnoon. Ivx mi* P'enant. Palatable) Potent Taste GOOd Po \ this church regularly
-'Mireceouall lo- I I ;
.. l Ea-t: 10t..III1..lIrll& Gooa Never; 1'IClcUV eakell.or Onj! We :'iM.'MC. :ift"r and give me an hour a day #

: 1,oeIrnna.l 1 WANTliyl.n: to learn harder trade ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... charity work" i I i ;
ever otlertnl. M irteinTKuce .
51..11. n..4 VolrnL Sr fork Ill "
I 1 in one inonlb than sliop- in our "That's n pretty steep penalty. I
ltuertt. I -- -- -- --- t
>'enr. '..0"1.. prefvnted. wages paturda, >t.iMxird Sc: d aim cuaramepii M alidrngtlallU 'It vas a pretty steep offence.
NO{ TO SAC
luflud'il. write for ratalu: todav. ) tlUt-'ioLicrr. habit
i
1.f
1 'MTO RKST-Cor. Moitr barber Cullrg.Jew urlean-. "Kiirht you are. Ill go yon"lit I f
"1 II. wi'h" pnvileee of -iUf ; r
La. ( ( morning a few month latl
A 1'1': all<*\.p I -".'"in, Athletic riub. -- from thee '! i
"or iiiit was oi'MTjdnz; try w': r I ;
:3 fl' f
--- ---- ----- DISEASES gar!, of jimuMoris on my \
K.: Ob' A. hall fur rent for dam-ei. etcl1.
1 (1 KIDNEY n
'tot x.1.1.1;. Apply to w ut Blunter. '1 Iio3: Johnson : when! I heard a merry laujli.: I ""i :: t :I 3
-
: t r .'"lit below coq:a fin.> .or Dua Murpli. ) :calm ag jcrja*"' .... through! the iron fn'neing I ln-twevti : ; t Ej i
-
----
- ''J-t from the factory; cl.inch\ arid the sidewalk, then "
"
: : ,
fatal d all dlJ.
I lllIan'. d..kk and RIoXT-Xlctl kuite of room either IT* :!M nest :
... l'OK tbr umbrella: pirl. I
"' I. coat.lot FIb.r'i \. or unfurnished; nice neinhborbuod. I
-. 1'8rragonat. tf Apply at N EWoCice for infornta- l&US.iui. "IrtO 1 morning: Mr. Stursi1-." t ': :,

i F ; tion.- olf taillwre shall I return | t f
jour l
"om
desirable -
lots In --- -- ---
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--
KIDIEY I
e. t. run, by the tuber : br lIt:"
f Ituardlug llun-(". Y'6 Rai
I '1J.t''t South lmafoxfnlm : 1
I ---- -- --- - t {S fttl! "0i! give it to the curate." I :

O\ItIlISG>> HUt'SKftt 1Vheetersprug'. _" I'
hard Ii\m
111.
usually
a-
I: ,.'h. .I'l' .-o1l1 calf! ) Marj' Ksthrr HJL. MIS.Cnndun.pru- up. j
.101. ,lit! prietre*.. All the comforts ol home ni refunded. Ccr.t4nJ d.-cs on a pittance. I don't need it ) .
very' reasonable rate ortbem tourist- ST montr I ,-j
.IC'i
itmtz. ii!>7 Sntrli will rind tbisan ideal place ta spend a P r of tbor011Zbhr.,1.11 remedies rscognlzsd by exnJ-
'Inn.dtheseaun. -'olm I nm now a confirmed chur\ "
A soil
at rfftoniti'x.lw -
j ilnurn t-'or l'uiiuraln.IfLOWEHS .- : cent physiciini u tea vet 1 la and l a continued married man. my : I :. = 3.

rO'l- .I tit -<-llool.- :' rOK KUMiKALH: :: farnifOW i I lCJ i cy and BUd&r: trcublex : l Rt\:nin'.!: .Ir.tlttrirl Stnr; is'I umbrella.sheltered under I : ;I

h N ;'Cl1ooL"1" L proirptly in boaqaetiortipeclal designs !
| he L P UCI farfl't : rronp .' ;
.-: Wright street .Vt.Maclaj. Miss Violette Moreno.:a! West Gregory n \ \(;
$' -tt ,, phone K v. :'Ydim I W. A. D'ALEJfBERTE. I ASK HIM FOK A HUUGINS': I ; ). j jC ji.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1902


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iii TRAIN LOADS. FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYWE .
DIREFUL PROPHECY OF POLICEMAN

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Richmond Va.,June 1.1902. DISCHARGED! .
I I .. .. .
AND FLOODTo I Received of The :southern Manufacturing Co. I '.. .,' ..
EARTHQUAKE I /L4 .
i I,6w4.18 in settlement of prepaid freight en i iTraiu & : .. \' .lit

I i PATROLMAN MILLER VIOLATED! 0 o
of lb! carloads of "(;(Kg) U'CK" Baking;! i9 >
\
)

Pow\.h'r-j.ll pounds! I RULES BY ENTERING SALOON DON'T Q .

Visit The South Next Friday, I I UNIFORMED. 1/1+It; .I *\.t\I":


I .
October 31. .J" t e. 'if> 8
Seaboard Air Line Rj: Of0 *
I The board of public safety met i in; I, _'O l'0".
--------- eI
l 2S25252S25252- special session this morning at 11

t rnI o'clock and among the business I

Astrologer Gustave Meyer Warns People to I SOCIETY EVENTS transacted was the removal from i to do all of the Shoe business this fall and winter, IU


J' Heed the Prediction---Says No Vessel Can the police force of Patrolman Miller, we want to get a good share of it. We firmly f

who was found guilty of entering i a

I Live On the Ocean Oct. 30 and 31--.All to AND PERSONALS G barroom while in uniform. The of that a concern that gives its customers e.1'cepf'fJnf Lj

fleer's trial lasted: about an hour and : good values in every instance is bound to *) ,} '/>'11 It,
t i Be Caused by Eclipse of the Sun. .!52 a
i I members of the police force were and deserves to. This idea prevail throughout ,.>,? '?.

Ralph Scott, representing the Iron used as witnesses against him.

w $ Age, is among the visitors here to. Mounted Officer Perkins tendered I: tire business. Every dollar's worth of S'ZTOA'>' ,p

11 The following unsolicited and unto .i day. his resignation Saturday to Marsha II I ,,lIUSTgive the wearer SATISFACTION. n) ,

_ t f welcome prognostication by ProfGutave I The Misses Griilia's dancing class I II I

a Meyer, the Hcboken Seer, GEN. A. will meet at St. Joseph's hall tomorrow Credille and pending its acceptanceby i Ii be delighted for you to call and look at the m- ,

a I the board has been off duty. The
)4 i .- given to the read?rs f.f THE NEWS W.GREELY night. resignation was presented to the plete stock of SHOES in the city. You need >

+ + Mrs. Martha J. William mother
i ,
thiuk it worth: !
Mr' what they may
I refused to obligated to buy.MEYER.
board today, but the body
) ; sY' i of Mrs. Matt O. Johnson of this city, (I
HOBOKEN N. J., )3t. 23,1902.!: = II I
-- died at Philadelphia at 11 :1;; o'clocklast accept it, preferring that the officer I _
!<.. tli,' Editor of the Fea'iacola Sews I
night, aged 66 years. The many stand trial. This is a case whereinthe ,
()EAI. MR. EDITOH-As a young I J
THE FAMED ARCTIC friends of Mrs. Johnson
EXPLORER deeply sympathize ofilcer is accused of having taken
9L1; American astrologer, I write to inform I with her in her loss. i

you to warn the South, or allol i VISITS PENSACOLA ON I a drink in a saloon on West Hill, a SHOE CO ,

a! t,.. southern newspapers. that the i RearAdmiralVise and wife from' police court witness having stated, '
't the 1 BUSINESS I the navy yard were visitors here I
TO-DAY.
-'ar- indicate aid h1part: to me
since
441 while under oath several days ,
Feet Furnishers: for :1,11 Only.
and the afternoon
"
( i i'+ ; :yesterday spent
indicated -
fact hat a great: earthquake i iI
I that Perkins had been seen drinking
--- with friends West Hill. The two
and affect the whole on
i ,1 to occur
I ( I I at the bar.
102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
the launch Undine.
on left at o p. m. on
rwta ; ; South with serious consequences Adolphus W. Greely, chief of the At today's meeting the mayor reported .
this evil will bet I The wives of LieutenantCommander '---'
October ::1l5t, and .
the purchase of 750 feet of excellent
t imminent about 1 a. n., and duting United States signal service, arrived I Collins and Lieutenant James .1. .0.0.0.....0.e.0.0.o.e.0.....0.......0....+@i/fIH
rubber-lined hose from the
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this morning at Hotel K-cambiu and the ---- --- --- --"-- -- *
also visitors from
also were navy
,;I this period the South must 1 New York Cotton Fabric Company., : ii
guard against great Hoods or tiJal went down to Barrancas; at 10 a, m. yard yesterday afternoon.
Mr. P. O. Hebert, representing that 0UNDERPRICE

I}i wave Captain E. Russell, who has beenat firm,'is, at the Merchants today and i SALE j

i y I might add that this same evil the Escambia: since last Thursday, DISORDERLY"ARTILLERYMEN made a trade with Mayor Jones. ,

I' will affect London, England, to a I. *
met Gen. Greely at the hotel today )
tut 'F great extent, and it will be well for ,, -AT- .
and went down to the forts with +
ti
you to kindly pass this information THE WEATHER .

s along the line, as "forewarned is him. They will return this after- ;
{ 14 forearmed." noon. I II iii THE BIG STORES \

The natural cause of this earthquake TODAYLocal
Gen. ------
Greely came for the purposeof ) 4
e
I42 1 will ba brought about through GIVEN A LESSON FOR THEIR BAD 1 ) .
giving personal attention to some
I Dress Goods. .
( ,< t R's a great eclipse of the sun, which will I I

4d ++ ;;; .p occur on the above given date. work controlled by his departmentat I CONDUCT TO-DAY. l"orecast-o'alr tonight and Thursday i I. ); :;:; s-euls ALL-WOOL })LAID:;. tI

i r Hence my prediction. local posts, and will pay an omI I ; light to fresh "northeast winds. ) .
r I I I 7J) 1' i might add that New York, New +I cial viit to each of the three forts o : <-('ut.< for TAFFETA SILKS I
will i, I Wiley Edwards and Malcombe in Last 24 Hours I,
Jpr-ey and the easteru: states Temperature : : : j
1- daring the day. I.; sent> for FRENCH FLANNELS

+ 'r b feel the effects; of this earthquake, i I Ilice, artillerymen from llarrancas, :Maximum..... ................,....... .... ... degrees o \ .
i How- I Capt. Russell is in the same ser- Minimum ......._......... ..............,...... \J dl'greebTemperature : Domestic Goods. :
I but only to a certain extent. I were fined $25 each this morning for :
VT.. all of the eastern states will be I vice and is assisting his superior in a.1 I l i
I assaulting Archie Howard at 2:30 Elsewhere: +I" ; 1'!., oc-nts for YARD-WIDE COTTON.
f' t k i m. today. Max. Min, S j X''., (',TIIS for FRUIT OF THE LOOM. r
Im and those living near the sea- inuit
i a; I to the army. The establishment ;; I Atlanta... '..... .................... ;)H :tx : : 13; -ont. for 10-4 HlmHHEETIl :
j ;r _-uard agaiut; tidal wave It will i, Edwards, nice and a number of Bismarck...... ,... ...._..............52 _'I
ai I: of a complete signal serviceat I I Chicago .... ..... ........ ......... 44 :ts i. ) 'JL: spurs for 10.4 BLEACHED PEl'PEREL HHF.KTiN'' i
'l. :ds u be well to warn all sea captainsn I this I other soldiers came to the city last Cincinnati ..................."...........3u ssUalveston .1. .
not to sea during October :\Wand port's entrance has been .._... ... .. ... ......_ 71 'il -
put
I i evening and at once began drinking. Huron ... ... ..............._a2Jacksonvite 31
!c : :al. a3 no vessel will bt able to (i decided upon by the war department ....."..._.._ .... _"i 4'; i : Knit Goods. Men's Kid Gloves. :
I 1 They rounded up at midnight in a Kansas City .. ....... .....,.........52 :16
: ?
live on tie! ocean on these date; and the work is now about West ..... ,.... > 4
Key .tit 711 0 ,.
{ J, And should this advice be disregarded -:I finished. dance hall and this is where the Memphis.... ..n'.. ..... .n..m... ....... :.r 4. Ian a Suit. Dressy Styles $1 to.$1 l 7 ; I I '
: Mobile .. 711 11 Working Gloves, tn ii 1 S
: we hall: then LAST of some trouble began and ended. Montgomery ..,. tv 441 i 0)) I.-idle Vests and Pants.GirlV nc +.
I .n'" n" .
Major Whistler, in charge of the ,.. .. I
i! of the lar -est catastrophes on the Rice to at table New Orleans .n. 'n. 7. TIIP I o Vests and Pant I I pair.Genuine 1
; was trying sleep a I II Sew York .., I..' III I) Asbestos I C"wFiremen's '. .
..l:1' iu rauge-finding and submarine cables: ,, savannah. ........ in u I 0 \ UoyV Vests and Drawers.
j 1
r .. I I when several others came where he I :St. Lotus .. oi iKX I pair. ;
s A; ; Trutilthat much benefit will be was at the forts last week giving attention : )I Ladies' Union Suits, Me, HOne Case Men's FaileS'II, i, -
y sat and began to tantaiize him, ending '
derived through my advice, wl.ich I personally to his branch of 1 and $2. Underwear, 4C a !suit. I
I i up in pulling him from a chair. I 0 Mines' Union Suits, :25: 45, CT; .i Stetson Hats, all st\'lt.. 1
fret ure it will, if same is carefullyund
y operation He spent two days on MARITIME. 0 ; and !'Me. fj W.! 4 ii]
i r y r seriously heeded, I remain, siaoerely I the reservation and is expected to : This was; more than he could stand, I I I'to .

GiSTAVw lEYElt I so he drew a knife and said he was --- 1
ply another omci.11'Isit here PORTS. e Children's Hose. : Carpet Department :
-- -- ----- i
I going to kill somebody. With this rorOctober to date ..... 'n" II n.7iivAKI1EI .
Im.II'oon.. shortly. I
Vk! announcement he started toward 0 1 Special 1'rk-es by the H"I.f'n. 50 Rolls :Mattinsrs. III, I:, 1411 : 1j

Gen. Greely has held his present ). i 2 -d1 H'() Yards mew Embroid2ic j : yard-Special Value.T :
+ .' f Lisle n"dit'J1I's. It If Di- Edwards when Howard saw what Kr ss Allendale, 14, Sinclair, liremen. I 1 -- -;) 'afl. @
r position since IbSl, and was promoted put In for ccalBrssCntanos flvrr ; &i Fringed Rug", ji m std' tl". ,
I''tt.Xl1'IYe'ETyone he was going to do and made an luis, I'yvls, tiaUesiion to 0 I ( FlUe I lot 'al. I each. :
from a captaincy the : inches wide b lOc 0
upon Cary 4 Co :) L'lCI"tl: } o ,
k ta : will admit thata attempt to wrest the knife from per yard. Art Squares ft t? *', I./L/, : +
f death of Geu.Villiam K. Hazen
,
1 nation we eat too much meat 8)) .
; a him. This greatly infuriated him CLE4RLD.KrssCatanos .
I ami too little of vegetables and the I former chief signal officer. The appointment ll'ls, Pyvis. by Cary AC'o .
1: 4t ;gr,una.F I and he began to fi;ht. Edwards ran for[ Aarbu. with N.,tons coal, value $'''ln : Gents' Furnishing Goods and Hats. :
t t t r .. office and was; made upon the gen I hr hsAllendale.\ !. Sinclair liv .(no A
3 r buinp; -< men. men about this time and, thinking :Merritt Co for Bremen, with;XA tons coal, 01
I*.rk-: and in iact everyone engaged I eral's merits, for two years previous I up value$1.2 0 \ All Fine *1.1.0' Made Shirts this Week..... .. .... ...f,;{ c. nt- 1FillOAutralianll'ool
: HI-< dentary or indoor occupations. ;, I Howard was fighting him began to .. .
''skf rJdenvear..r\i m
'
:
r j to that he had ventured into II' ,
much BAILED.
%'b1d1' t ::r iHH.iailkand heulth'nl.only : vegetables:; are pelt the peace-maker with beer I Kr ss .\n ola. Cnruthers. Havre .. '' Fine Wool-Ribbfd Underwear. .. .. . .... .. ...f2ou t pi *
}y$ u"iv the Arctic regions, making historyand ,
ltr s Kr n (.all tOll" I'nice, tt t, 1 t men imaged ia a S'VffPout. glasses: : one of which crashed I >t ss Ariitfa.Uosulish. \>nieiHrssrairnatralli > : : I j licit, Duality Cotton Fleeced Undorw e;>: \I"

r ) ,4t *. t door, huuiul labor can live on a finding out by hardship of the l II unterLarcelonaand; tentHose i not cecoud-).. .? . .. . .. ... .. ..i'zto .,'' .
through a mirror. A general light
'i t'. mtttt diet and continue: in ; \Iicante .
heavy the data
most nature 0
;
trying accepted 1"'''!!!''t'lIeclal Prices by the D'Zf'n.Jllilliam .
? I Health. I enued and a whittle was blown. "'-
,', A- '1 :general ml-, melt once a day: authoritatively by historians.: I! AT QtAIUNTINE. 01 .
M !-utlleient for all classes of men, I Gen. Greely's experience reads Ollicer 1'uhtell responded and sent Nor life Jobanne, 72. Paliesin, Tort of /

? jlk.+, s ., women aiul children, and "Tainsfruit very the men to j tip. Spain to I'ensacola I.umbt'r:0

,t + I :ind vegetables sh'uldcnnsi- I itlterestin;. An excerpt from an accepted _____ I Ji i oIJu on& 11' on.1
Y THE SHIPPING.
tute till: bulk of sand eaten. I historical work relates the I } !
,' ; Hut many of the most: nutritiousfc.x.1 I
)l ,h r I are ditlu-ult of digestion and its I party's experience of subsisting SMALL FIRE VKhSELS IN 1'OUTSTKXMSIIll'S. _

,. i- uf no use to advice brain workers i seven weeks on soup made of lichens, i, : 0...O..O......... ...0.ON........................
to eat largely of grains and.: vegeta I Ir('1'1\10. til.:: A Jam', to W 8 Keyser* Tollr ...
t? r., Iyr blewhere the dige-ti-m; i.;; to \\enk I heather and mosses. During this THIS MORNING lit ('0('button,:!;tJI"lSliulltrbou, tv Gulf Tran-

to ...-iRiilate them properly.k'I awful term twelve of his party: died wed Kster,lyi, Horudabl L& N It HCo
i i- always best to ;get the be-t re- I II THOS. \VATSON & CO. ,
? *ult irum our food tuttdate sia'ple of starvation, and Private Henry tier Horta: IIM'' hems, to Pensacola
.c $ At !9 o'clock this morning the residence Lumber CoKrlmlra.
jiinl huimlesi: ; digestive should! be wa detected stealing and was shot. I :r.rJI. Wllks. to Gulf Transit Co
!: iken utter moiU t-i :bsi i-t the retp' i of J. O. Walker, northeast Kr LUlano.2'70. Knight to H lUars Co LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
I Uxeddigestive orin-, aud ,;e'Halypar" It i.$ said the remainder of the party It Plain 1':1iI. Uuano. to lull Transit Co I II
; I I corner of Gregory and BetH streets, BARKS I 1'1- .\COI.FJcHmn,
Stu-
?t pxp'rii'i'cp have proven fell the body and ate the httuiahll
i ,; ; art'- Dyspepsia.1"t-t! to be very upon caught fire and quite a hole was Lumber It (avuc Co L. >7l.; Klilipplnl, to I'ensacola SouShvmt Cor.ier Palafox and Garden Streets.A .

i F sale, pleasant and ellective digestive -?sh with relish. I It KJ..nt urch. I aI.( Marl, order l
burned iu the roof before the dames > to FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS: ...c ?* .z
it' and a remedy which may betaken Kui Gurlt, JJ3:, nvailnistrom.; to Kit M
with the best results. The party was finally rescued in I could be extinguished by persons Elobitiion I..t. ,4 ,+* ..t ,* .+* STORES AND OFFICES: FOR 1.1!. \ .
It Iris.11. .
('on
i. IIII"rl' to order
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can I b 4 by Gen W. S. Schley, wl.eu a passing that way. A telephone message Am Lottie Moore, 7ii4, bheppard,to Jno I -.--
ba called medicine, \ MerrtttACoNor
n& d hardly a patent I I
bowels ddnof -IS hours was said to have Saint I onon.11..1.Gndder'en.; to order Two large dweningsstory! on soBI1)'ll'n Two stores connected tiv li.rrI
tior the
I l a* tey do not act on tne was sent to police station .
Nor irabitha.tI2Ibanielsento with all modern conveniences I I ,
I order street with 6 rooms and kllch-n ni"<
any particular organ but only ou weak thefood resulted fatally for the remaider of after the fire hid been put out. fo-t L'rlano VM', Cacheur, to orderOPERA gas water, and In residence portion of 1 Government street,near Tamil, ,
+ eaten. They supply what I CHOO.NEKs. city, IHU fur annum. .
stomachs lack, pepsin dia-tase and I the explorers. I Acting Chief IJicker went up short i II Am Donna Christina, 145 Axelsen to Large and comfortable dwelling, '- tory. I I I rent M. ,.hole, or eeparat-ly! lOt "
bv stimulating the gaUric gland* m- nailerAmMaryT i with K'U' aud water throughout, large lot. rental.The
the natural secretion of hydiocnloric ly and made an investigation !I tiutnby. WI; -. to order ..ltn outhouses located on the corner oiLa I
(res-e ,.
4
yp STEAMSHIP"HADACCIDENT month. McGinn Bulldlni rrr.ImentandTarrazonastrt '
e I -- Hullo street and tti Ave. f.tt per
acid. I I i, '
R r5 People who make a daily: practice \ "FOR SEED OATS A desirable one-story dwelling containing :, lor boarding houe. Apply Im 15A, .
t I HOUSEONE 1 rooms and Lath gag and water
t ot taking one or two 01 tuat'sDY throughout, south Ironta**. within t-nsy <
:v. i w -r"l'i"iTablet;; after each meal : Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat, call reach of keltaadort4 Hill car lines. Will I.areestorB-rnocn.corner Biv'! .. .
--- I lendeucia streets lii oiunti
{ 1 ? are sure to l have perfect digctionwinch on the Mellen-Crosby Company at I' lease for IJoO: per annum. I per
healtiv I I NIGHT ONLY *, I I A tew office* on I'llafox I of forming anY I the Alcaniz! street warehouse. i' BtorydwelllDZconBarcelunastrronear L [ "Tniesen bulldini." and a large ;II..
Thtre no danger:
is ;
,.
Phone 331. 29olm Friday October 30. \t ill lease for$!:i) per annum. i .nto-roorakultaU9 for meeting fI
p injurious cllabl )nr I -
but natural I .
absolutely nothing ---- -
tam
4 The Austrian steamship Aristea, --- -- -
r digestives ; cocaine: morphine and I F.&A.M. A Word to Travelers. I I ha,'
I Genuine Schlitz beer
t: similar drugs have no place in astomach Captain Cosnlich, started out from i MR. WILLIAM BONELLI '
!Special communication : The excitement incident to travel-
the
medicine slid Stuart's: Dys- \the branded
on
r
Muscogee wharf this morning at 5 r of Escambia Lodge No. 15 name
,
I i and of food and water .
Tablets are certainly the best AND ing change;
pepia
F. & A. M., at 7:3I m., \ cork.D ) 'l 't accept su"st
known and most popular all stom o'clock, when a steam winch was I G p. i! often brings on diarrnoea, and for
I Thursday, Oct. 30.
MISS ROSE STAHL
# ach remedies. broken and the vessel put back: to : Work in F. C. degree. this reason no one should leave home i tutes.i _
I' Ask your druggist: for a fifty cent ,
i+ package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab- the wharf, where repairs will be Visiting brethren are IS I I without a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic i You can get hOil ,e
cordially invited. I your
lets and after a week's use note the Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-

1 ) improvement iu health, appetite made. HARRY Secretary. GIBES, Janice Meredith. \ edy. For sale by all druggists and \furnished complete at Marstonify -

1 and nervous En r y.TV'hen __ The Aristea has a cargo of phos- I W. D'C. KESSLER, W. M. i medicine dealers. ; fJuinn's on easy pailnlonthlg.-

phate rock for Venice. Her com- I II A dramatization of the famous story I ments, weekly or :

you call for Schlit mander i is a relative: of Capt. S. A. I Pineapple Punch, 5c. a by Paul Leicester Ford,assistedby I Frozen Buttermilk, 5c.
that get it. Edward E. Rose. ASK HIM FOi A Ill DGlS V
beer
l see you Cosulich, lately local manager for glass at Solomon's.We saucer, at Solomon's.
Look at the cork and see Everything carried-Scenery, Furniture .
4 the Gulf Transit Company.ASK will launder your spreads for and all Requisites. I will repair your watches and The finest line of umbrella" in
; : that "Schlitz" is brandedon 15 cents each and make them look Heats on sale Wednesday at noon I Jewelry In flrat-clasa style. J. J city is at J. I. Stephen.-. Go .r

t on it. HIM FOR A HUDGINS' 3c: I' like uw. Star Laundry. at Coe's Bookitore. I Stephens. at them.

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