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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 30, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AF.Et1'NOON, OCTOBER 30. 1902 NO 40

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...GASKILL= 1\1UNDY. .

I It _. FOR SAFETY!
r'",.:t I DETAILS: Or THE TRACED !
I SCHOONER] OLGAPROBABLY CARNIVAL COMPANYWILL UNITED DAUGHTERS / : i I ; r

!i. In a DisturbedAnout I
A Demented Woman Who Had Been
t by Earth LOST OF CONFEDERACY
Living With tte Conn Family Fora '! !
.:t Cttainaile:: zl -- FURNISH THE AMUSEMENTS.
I Number i "
of Years Msy Possess --- ; I II 4
Special to The Daily! News: I ;
Knowledge of the Crime. Special to The Dally News. ''f I!
San K.-isc'-c. d 'jii.: Th vhins !
]: News : u :
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y : boon-r Alalra. w di-j has arrhvdh JO-BIG FREE Special to The Dally News LaGrange, Ga., Oct. 29. The Georgia >t., ,
ACTS !1--JO
,'l :j-t: TUcre haveiixes to Horn the Arctic, riTvorts ha'ingfji Butte Mont, Oct 29.-A state convention of the United .1 1Daughters i. :
special of the 1
; throughout! hte1 the hoour!: Olga, Captain ) Confederacy was
;i. from Boarmouth I f
to The Miner, gives called to order the '
.. olcano: of Santa M'Kerna in rOil'.!1I1r.d, In a gale off the following by president. Miss :i i -
'" 18--BIG SHOWS UNDER SEPARATE TENTS details of the discoveryof I Mildred Rutherford, of Ga.
Athens
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.. ,, ;-.at. eruption ca ITeiFCiLallisiiLnd.: The Olga was no. die double crime at The Conn ranchon Tuesday moraine at 10 o'clock In the f
,, u of The Herald where In sight when the storm passed Willow Creek I :
which was at first chapel hall of the Southern Female coL ;
There were tre- away: and as she was somewhat frail EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS AND UP TO DATE. believed to hare been ', ; i
4 committed
by lege. The hall !
was appropriately.ecorated ; : '
heavy cano.k craft, serious fears are entertainedfor ,
:., like the bandit who tabbed the Northern I
I r' : Tuesday morn her safety. Captain llegg. of tho .\Co.\C.\C xo IM.MOUAL rB.\THES. .."' .."' ,,'" Pacific train last; week.A federate for the occasion with con I
flas. some of which show; the i
Allaire, .:ys that during his cruise he member of
a threshing crew on in marks of battles they were in and the
,, '- \u' ato has thrown loinl..1! on Banks Land, which was dis- FREE te FREE FREE adjoining ranch had occasion to visit blood of those who carried them Also f I '

s upon the town covored In 1S13! by Explorer Perry. Tho the Conn ranch and wnen he entered the pictures of battlefields and scenes I

,\'ch( has been par signs on the teach showed that the CHAS. G. KILPATRICK AND THREE OTHERS IX THEIR i the farm house a terrible" sight; presented and confederate officers. This Is the ;
.I ,. ,'arthquzltes: ofw Island! was covered by reindeer and itself.
; CYCLE DAZZLE ACT. On the floor, with the eighth annual session of the convention t
of M I' but he thinks that he is the
town 'J100SA brains losing from his head lay James and the most largely attendeln
1: ano 1 is near both I first white visitor! since the discoverer The Dariugfide Down a Flight of One Hundred Steps on a Bicycle by Conn dead, with a ragged bullet holj is history. This is not a conven- ; j' i
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I railed ait ay. KILPATRICK! through his temjile Near liim lay ion of woman's rights or anything of J 6 .
..u 1 |plantations! t. his: mother, her head crushed In witha the !ort, but is a band of noble women : i

!,". 11 abandon dng !! MESSENGER FROM SLIDE FOR LIFE, blunt Instrument presumably! the< whoso aims and purposes! are Just! ani i
',!',"> to plat'tH! | butt of a revolver.At I holy doing what .
thy to J
can perpetuate
", pubuc is 'n I I! MRS:; SPRAY'S Dive from Top of a 60-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. the time of tho holdup of th! the memories of the lost cause. Ic ; '! .

iug to tho I ii i ii ii i KING EDWARD\ Splash Backward Fall in the Tub 104 Feet above the Ground. Northern Pacific train bloodhoundswere The convention was opened with pray. ; I

i put upon the trail of the robber I pr by Uv.. A. n. Vaughn, D.D.. of tha
,,' "ore tl1a'l: The Following arc the Names of the Different Shows Under and the dogs followed It for several I First Baptist church. : f' :
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'I t\.hranl[- miles In the direction of Willow\ Creek ;'
:*, i Special to The Dally News. jjt Separate Tents : J** territory bnt lost the eoent. Those I f. I

'II! a-e: nut o') :I New York. O(\"'::9.-Oliver!: l 'A.:Bortli.rick ; familiar with the country decided! at WANTS A MALE

tt..ma'.iu! p\'o I I a special meaenger from King the time of the robbery that all probability I
..s., i Ii li: t':':. Edward::: VII, benr.j documents of Under The Red Dome. Hagenbeck's Trained Wild : the outlaw would attempt to LOBBYIST I

., loror: j Importance sent either to President Statue Turning to Life. Animal Show. escape that way a, the country is 6.J.11 ? : !

1 TVogevelt or to tho British ambassy as to afford! an excellent opportunity -- I

r* Washington, has arrived here.> Tot Backman Glass Blowers. HouseUpSida.Down.Johnstown ta evade capture! being heavily timbered :,

ANTI-PASS I: .M customs officials ho was obliged Flood. Wild Rose. Special to The Daily. News. : f. ,i I

; to disclose his Identity. lie std:- The discovery! of the crime was Des point, Iowa Oct.' .'.9.-' Mrs. I i t. !,

QUESTlOlll'CAlfl' *'! only that his mission was one ofgroat German Village. Streets of India. made at 4 o'clock in the afternoon Adelaide Ballard, of Hull, president of '. f j j !

importance and produced a Electric Theatre. Stadium. and officers are now at the scene. the Equal Suffrage Society, which I* t
parchment which In language! savoring Near the stnble th" threshing; men meta '
bolding Its state convention here, I E,
i: of the past; proclaimed him the kin '-: Dog and Pony Show. The Maze. demented woman who had dwelt\ urged the organization in her annual .
f. :
lu.lj: ;I X.-"ra: j: tnes.-enger; or courier, and! stated that Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. with the Conn family for some tlm. address to employ a male lobbyist In '
li,' he ilerain;'d l This woman killed her husband ahoit f I
.\t.* u. "- Lng >; ri'i-t not Then in tiia I stead of a woman to press equal suffrage .
I I Dancing Girls. Venetian Gondola. 211 years ago t!nil It Is "I
'- "[ t.UV: .;i-ru land o': a fro iiiil: power" suggested that I legislation in the Iowa general "

.. i 'Ivay-. li'':M h..1 ---- -J -- she may have knowledge of the tragedy assembly. The recommendation has f,

.: .-. eij !hy .Iail"S I. I The scene of the crime Is about not yet been adopted. Mrs. Carrie jChapman
r' 1w! westernt COMMENTS ON One-Half Fare nn All Railroads :20: miles! from liearmouth. and detailsare Catt. president of the nation. !

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;' I- c Did arci-- ml'agl'r.ITO al! organization, in an address to HIt
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DURING CAR V AL WEEK.
'f' of passes! U' REJECTION OF TREATYSpecial convention, said that the "abominable !

.if the lines in- ITKSHXV ,AITI'.KNOON.: : : \". IS BE AIRED IN treatment of the women of Iowa ty t ;

\ rtaffirmed. A CHILDREN'S DAY I All Children will b Admitted Free Ii the legislature of this state," has I

? appointed toIle to The Daily News: I aioi:!'pil betitimrnt among the! people l: : ,
: officials 01 .. ,- HOUSE OF COMMONS of other j'atl's'il1'b was favorably j-; i
N. v: Yj'IO.'t.. 2?.-Th. S.-nt.i C.U7 .
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:as follows: D.1."nt to tin. iiiffniovtmeut: and would r .- !
f"1 siiipnr. the Avi. ill cuniHiPr.tiii UNITED i ACTORS' CHURCH ; 1"j /,
of the Bur- brim I!' it in n': !":ip nn. f'
'. vice on tine roj"' ton : president --- ----
sale of the Dansh'est Ins to the Special to The Daily News. '

and A. C. Bird Vuited States, says, according! to a ALLIANCE I SOME BIGMORTGAGES j r ; '
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ide'ago, Milwau- Ion ion. Got _::a=Tinliht K I t I. n ; 1'
II.'raid dispatch from St. Thomas, D. f
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.tnt>a Mahoney --- theloran: and Yorkts interests lor
ted chairman, W I,: \s loyal subjects we accept tile control of the London tubes will
the jo\'f'-nrr.I'nt's derision and will Special to Tte> Daily News: Special to The Daily News I : i
rnl..l to meet in be aireu in the house of commons tonight Ji Jipecal
make the bf-t of existing conditions t'jr.: ...:W"I: ". t. L -:, ':.... Ji: ;,;; New York, Oct. 29.-A number 01 when the Morgans will endeavor f
which! for Rt Cm, are serious." The G.T/ ; ctrl! ]iF;, -, ".. 1"It'II"!
u oi! 'r| til \ H 11 actors, actresses and clergymen!; hav'vat : to get the whole house to rescind its
SUSPECT newspaper' adds that sugar will be aicv.nt of t'nVi'icr': !! ?e: of tu1 a meeting: in this city adopted! a committee's decision that their projec to The Daily News. 3 I' I

/ sohipl11] | ] as fast a' possible, and that Itu.v.il'ia.; the: fi.-t:: L-.itc.l States gun! constitution for the actors' church alliance now has no legal status. C. J;;. Da*. RI-i'wl. T nn.. o<'t ."',-Det'ls

WASARRESTED the outliioK for the planters! and the best: e\l'r built in Japan Th! launch a national organization the ob. klns, a partner of the firm ot J. S. Morgan been recorded for a mortgage of j f!

rOI is gloon'y. lag was in connection with the curial! ject of which is to unite: the Interestsof & Co.. said to a representative of Olio on the property of the \ r r i I

opening of the works of the L'nraa the stage and the church and oppose Th" Associated PressVe: have a Iron, Coal and Coke company ; : II

-. TWO\ NEGROESIN Iii.rma! : Do(''.; company en Oct. 1. Sunday performances. The small hope of accomplishing a.n)thln? U l.ooo.ono mortgage on the rro :1 }

Th" .runboat is one of five ordered for meeting was long and spirited, delegates during the present session. Public of the Virginia: and Southwestern 1 j
t y News. s :vice in the PUilippir.e! islands; The; being unable to come to any sentiment is with us In this matter way company, an auxiliary of : : f I
SERIOUS FIGHT vr..jclvas) christened by MUs Evans ginia Iron Coal and Coke : I
;: \ :>tlfP"ct'Ii<; understanding on many of the pointsof because the action of the opposition 4 !
!. i ::ht in connec- daughter of Admiral Robley Evans, organization, and an adjournmentwas was a clear breach of faith both to KJ The paying of these mortgages Is : t J 1 !
C'ty: bank roll -- who broke the usual bottle of chain taken until today, when a effort and parliament and the public. Bot.ing of the plan of reorganization: I

i to await iden- Special to The Daily :News: ragnc. At the same time a paper will be made to draw up satlsfctorybyl&wH. to legal and technical dlfilciii: !- companies by which, it is i 1 i I I i J '
imian 1'rskine cage at the bow was cut open anda Bishop! Potter was to havaacted tics! I doubt the po.ibiity! of re n H. K. Mrliarg. of Stamford. one f i I '
Oct. ,
! .>ve they cap Macon. Oa., :29 -Eugene Jefferson number of white doves liberated, the as chairman but a letter was stating our bill this session." receivers: of the companies I.
cut Joe Williams, another nf'gro, blossoms, Ii !I'' .
air being filled with paper come presidentKING i i
i sh the robbers:: read in which he expressed his appreciation :
at R. T. Henry's slaughter pen Tuesday 'I I
their
which they scattered in Eight work done the alliance !. I
tleveloped that I of the by j I
!''andits. two t f evening. Edwards was taken to As the boat slid into the water whistles and: offered to contribute towarda MAYOR GIVES EDWARD
the hospital with cuts in his!: left shoutfer !- the : ;!
the bands played ;I
: :the' dynamiting and sdt'l.! Chances for his recovery were blown and fund to aid in the maintenance dan ; rAT
'I required eight Star Spangled Banner. order in the fiVld to arouse interest THEM A 'I t
are doubtful. REST
\.,,s finally oper- The ceremony was witnessed by in the work of all the ckies! of the ; f
finitely place ,1 about I'oO::; Invited guests. country. 6c."i

I ''''v'd that thK A fypicaiSouth African Store, t! : l = __

}.'n k Island train O. R. Larson of Hay Villa: sundays HALLOWE'ENMASQUE LOOTED BANK Special to The Daily News: Special to The Daily News.; ; : f f I l J
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; southeast Non River, Cape Colony, conductsa Jackson.lIss": Ort 29.-\ genuine London. Oct The'racing at 1 i p t : :,

obtained. stou typical of South:\ Africa at sensation was created in Jackson on :Market today was attended i :1 :
which can be purchased anything BALL OF $4,000 Monday afternoon wh Mayor: Hen crowd of fashionable people !

: Few cents on a bottle from the proverbial! "needle to an ingmay suspended from duty Assistant drawn to witness the contest t j'
anchor." This: store is situated in
a
.r \': ,,'' will not atone for valley hiDe miles from the nearest; Chief of Police George William Cambridgeshire: stakes for i I : t i I !

"f having dessert railway station and about twentyfive The Ivy Club will give a Hallow Special to The Daily News and four members of the force, :MessrsMcGce. entries were more numerous I i ; I ; ii
t !'1Il,; ..' Dfnnia. Sutherland and Gran usual. W. C. !
oil" in flavor. miles: from the nearest town. : Whitney's t
0ct. :29. After
4 e'en masque ball at 417 Ninth avenue Chicago; binding an! I I r. I
Mr. Larson says> : "I am favored berry The officers are charged with was a hot favorite for the event II
with the custom of farmers withina on the evening of Oct. 31, at which gagging the town marshal of Gardener neglect! of duty in failing to raid the day. King Edward was an : I 4
radius of miles to of there will be prizes for the best 111., last night, fire masked men '
thirty many illicit liquor joints on their beats, and spectator of the races
4 a whom I have supplied Chamber entered the Exchange National bank. I
aSi
at Solomon's.5c. dressed couple. Hallowe'en games the matter will be given! a searching I : :
lain's remedies. All testify to their blew open the vault and escaped with .
will be played. The public is Invited investigation. It is charged that the For Over Sixty Years I ISias
-- value in a household where a doctor's |' ,000. Gardener Is 63 miles from I
to attend. o23td police have been protecting the blind Wn stow'a BOOTHISQ I
''uf advice is almost out of the Chicago! on the Alton road J J {
e jloner by buying question. Within one mile of my tigers of the city, and that instanced: been used for over ility yean by j I
your fu rni- store the population is perhaps six- Get a free sample of Chamber- have been known where they were mothers for theIr children while tee
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ire aT ,Marston ty. Of these, within the past twelve lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets at OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine given hush money by the proprietorsof with perfect success. It sootbei the I : fi .
5' Quina's months less fourteen have softens the gamsallays all pain, 1
no than any drug store. They are easy to the joints. It is rumored that ;
:a" been colic,and Is the best remedy for
absolutely cured by Cbamber.lain' ,
furniture Empo- take and more pleasant effect than them. other officers will be Investigated before
today. Try
Cough 'Remedy. This must oysters It will relieve the poor little !.
nt Their use is not followed by NIC APOSTLE. the matter Is concluded, and come I
surely be a record" For sale by all pills. mediately Bold by DrnggltU In
druggists and medicine dealers. constipation, as Is often the case unsavory developments are expected: of the world. Twenty-five cent a I t
Be sure you ask for"M fl.\\'lnl10w' ': i
with pills. Regular size, 2f>c. per i Hot Chocolate with
"E log syrup: 'and take no other kind. I
t flt 8AlV t Fotey's Honey and Tar box. All druggists and medicine Whipped Cream, at Solomon Pineapple Punch, 5o. a t

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Save the ChildrenAll fEi OO iziff IT K3SST f G33SE.As ST l' nut" CIITCOKEOF I

Inevitable as the changing seasons of

the year is the change which comes to

stomach and bowel troubles in child or adult art every woman. And just as one antics.pates RECENT HANGING B'J
due to a single cause-Indigestion. [Copyright I9C2. by the S. S. McClure the changes of ether seasons it is

Flux, colic, cholera! morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and Company.] e, m.sto anticipatefc .
all complaints like nature, are the result undigestedfoods The Italian counts didn't wait for'olonel this change of season : -

fermenting in the stomach. The only way to ( Sam Taylor and his daughter ti '.. < and prepare for Twelve-Year-Old Boy Acci

prevent fever and to cure such troubles without injury Edith to strike Italian soil before seeking ;:. ,$ :. it In this W ..: the: BEERS

to the membranes lining the stomach is to restore to win the young prl'aloTe and thecolonel's ( -ib:" discomforts and dentally Executes Himself.MILK .

perfect digestion. money. Edith ;.was; worth ;!; disasters sufferedby Famous the

/ Die>t8U inning, and the colonel had a fat .;Q. ... many women at JAR AS SCAFFOLD FLOOR. World
W'i
ofI
1 K n n L the period Over-Fully Matured
What You Eat bank account from Texas cattle and change can benvoiea ,
the dividends of two oil gushers. lIe 'i'
j over-
or sold
:: Kodol Is the new discovery which cures all stomach wasn't a man to brag of his wealth. ) cone Had! Made Noose of a Plow Line and Everywhere.
:: and bowel troubles by removing the cause. This famous 1
said to the landlord \ _
lIe Fa-
simply of the Dr. Pierre's
remedy checks fermentation, cleanses, purifies and ) Tied It to Limb cf a Tree-Jat
tweetens the stomach. Kodol digests all classes of food and gives to the body Parisian hotel where he "put up" for t' I rf) voriteI'nsctiplon,
All of the nourishment, health and strength it contains. a few days: a medicine for Slipped and Thus Caused the Accident Sb

Curse Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles. "We want the best this shanty and : every season of

( r "Kodol Dyspepsia, Cure Is Just the thins for dyspepsia and stomach trouble It hu this town afford, and there won't be woman's life, nIl If You
helped me more tban umhlngeuo In i long funding case of caurrh of the ltom&ch- entirely meet the Have
1 Oaearking.Cherry Valley, N. Y. any kicking when the bill comes in. needs of women at Oxford, Miss., Oct. :9.A peculiar\

____Prepared only by E. C. DeWItt 4 Co., ChIcago. gold by all dealers I'm not worth as much as the Rothschilds \ ..'\ this period of I aftermath to the recent Mathiai hanging .
11IIO".s-9'L
WK MlDDte Coup Cite bronculiU.The favorite steppe household, throat remedy and luna for coughs troublea., cold It. cud -not at this minute-but they change. It cures developed here. Emanuel Crump! .

are expecting to strike at least three \ the physical ills a 12-year-old boy who had Wltnesl \J RheumatismURICSOL

John Kheppard.Harffia' Pharmacy Sidney Kahn. new oil wells on my land at any hour and relieves the the hanging of Mathis and Lester st'

ill and I may buy out your Bois beforeI mental anxiety dad i cured a plow line and nuns! it over a -

GEORGIA LEGi LATUFE.l get ready to leave." depression usually! arranged a noose for
limb and
I Celebrated Xam* associated with this critical period. It tree the Itrest trPetul'red
b It wasn't two days before an Italian himself lie
ward mock hanging of
: In the Nineteenth of Brooklyn tranquilizes the nerves, encourages the a
t Committee Will Study the Con'vlclSystem all but one of the streets and three of count called. lIe was a count with appetite aud induces refreshing sleep. etood on a milk jar and placed his you. It also cures Remedy Liver K a .

w -New Bills in House. the avenues are named after patriots four castles and could trace his family J S. Carlisle,. Esq of :Manchester, Coflce Co., I head in the noose. In some way i ua 1 Bladder uric acid.diseases It cans.& by at' :ri ;
i never tart!
Atlanta, Oct. 29.-The convict qnss ,, who Sighed their names to the Declaration back 200 years without the aid of a Tcon.Cf'r, writes th.0.*"I sateen have bee or eighteen Using your years mt-Ji-in knocked the Jar away and h'.s mock I the health and ftrergtb wit at.'. jj

H ,'' {I# 1 ion teas sprung In the Louse Tues of Independence. These names detective. civ Pour- house I am supermteuitent of the I hanging proved to be a genuine ari i Feud stamp. for book of vtificates.
"Look here Count Dizzio said Colonel Colt- County lio .hour and \> combinM. Price fl per b" ,
day, and uuiltr a resolution; by Mr are Rush Morton, Clynu-r, Taylor, Your c Favorite a
k Felder, Ij Ithb! which was: adopted by WiNon: toss, Rodney I Keap, Hooper, Sam after looking the nobleman overy' and Mea.a'it Fillet are the bet I death by hll.Icit.glj: ; the I, 1 supply you it will V* re:.\ .
I over; "I'm a plain blunt man and say medicines for the diwaie for which they are receipt of price. AJtirijUrlcso
a tote of li'O to C9: a special! conait- ]]ewes, Penn PutleMlge 1II'ywaJ't.l. coroner's verdict
re'sjinmrii'.e tee will be appointed for the purpose Lynch, )lid 1 brickyard? have torn rpooinmenjini medicine to I
i of inotUgatiHR i the whole convict s> stern Cerry, liartlett, \VLipi-lc Thornton, manY af3icte women and have your alto guaranteed Killed By His Own Hand. or the
"Sir! exclaimed the count he
y of the state and reporting: a bi!" 1Tl'the, Harrison and I..('e. Washington as that if it drew himself money client for it. I have toM our druggist! "i'
up. Brnnswi &Cr"
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p : k embodying! what. in its jaJgiut-nt. !i axenue forms part of the xv>tcrnImind.irv that if the people cmr Imck and outs Doctore's nor. of Austin one of the most proni- ;iLN ,
t + # the best and of the wanl. In the Txventy- 'Oh. no offense, you know. I'm will-!! N- mwlioineii. did not give .Itt.fal.ti"n lattfm I
ttf most humane m -thol o! : ., inent architects in the state. was a:- i Distributing ,:,
I in; to take on a son-in-latr, but I wantto ;rrx bye ILfir mmfv ami ihaigf it mf j : r
i ?, 5: 4"posirg: of the -on\ict problem! fir-t ward there are streets and axenues I have not over been cacao upon to refund. I !> ciuentally shot and killed by his own: i I
There was tonsiderable diCeusslon! that bear the nanifs of Hopkins.Cilery start a big brickyard over in Texas, have never tomid am thin.: lo l'Ojuallht: FavoriteF7rcnpnoa'frdtaa hand while hunting near Abilene. I tbti"rVtl. +sbJ5 Z.'iI
and he must know to ofwomen"u
enough manage i
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4 over Mr. PeHer's' resolution.! MrTelder rio..d, ytoeklon; licit: and
Dr Pierce's Common Sense Medical
it. It will be all in the family yu
l + r said that as the convict Ixrxxi. all sieiiers of the Declaration NaturalSnxieiy.: .
question sea Texas has the best clay in the Adviser is sent fue on receipt of stamps

was Coming up at this session! the: In the southern part of the ward there world for brickmaking, and the boom to pay expense of mailing only. Send i Mothers regard approaching winter -
rtLi prison ommission having recommended are strivts aud avenues which! bear the 21 oue-cent'tamps fur the paper covered T
towns for materialto with uneasiness children take
fairly
are crying ,
j. tlu- fiiattni'-nt of the law 11.IllIt'S of 1'aktski. De 1''t lb.! Kosiiiuko book or 31 stamps for the cloth bound +t
present !I
build with. Adlress Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo: N. :i cold so easily. Xo disease costs more
kflx the matter ought b> and: I.afJY"tt! iMit-rs who CJinie: from Y.
to im'eigatl"1.
fully The! count made an exit becomingthe ; ': little lives than
It's attack i iso
Genirin.x., 1'ol.ii'd: and Fra.ui to !sire croup. I
: and I tint '
r e n ral inform
assembly: '
r descendant of a kin His tracks I sudden
1 i ; ; that the sufferer is often
I aid to Americaiis in their; !trurlt' London
:o t..c Socially Very Gay.
-
il! as to what should be I
done for
had not cold when human
grown however a bt-yond aid before the doctor
t4 : : j Ole b to throw nIT t'sc! r.riti! =!h i yoke. .\ Xw Tuck Oet. :21'.-The dose of th- i f 1'J
< tt interests of the arrive
state and ol second one arrive-d. His wardrobe and ;. Such C8i.S'if'ld readily to I
e the stre 't in the western! part of the ward orief circuit! of royal functions! i.-- heirs i I -
convicts One Minute
( 1 who are its wards Mr his ancestry went hand in hand. lIe Cough; Cure. Liquflothemucus ;; r .-' itr
9 Fold'r d-flan-ij !,,'arl4 titname Spencer' who com followed by the ns'ial round )i allay< ir. 'I
1 ;f frr that: the piesent system had seen Cdith as she entered the doorway removes
-zr I>!it! >ii some at the history of this coun public dinners, says a Tribune dispatch danger. \b .!
; nag inhuman and brutal, and that of the hotel, and his heart beats "\ -
t acts of cruelty were bound to occurand try. jumped from normal to 110 per minute. from London. There was an unu-ual 1 ;'immediately. Cures, cr>u'h-, cold-. It
but unmtf. function! i I grip, bronchitis all throat and bun).:
17 .. do resting at \\Vtminster I'
oe cur under
a plan by whic.i: A ante's Itesrnae. "Yes; glad yon called to talk mattersover i trouble. F. S. Iclahon.lIaml'HJ. '
tie labor of convicts is sold ," replied Colonel Sam he I leaned Abbey, where the new do in 1
to private : its
A strange: cane of a horse taking re- Qa. : "A bad cold rendered me voice-j:
V' 1 parties." lie was strongly opposed, a- ,'ellon:: a brutal driver is reported back in his chair. "You: have seen was installed. The mayor and co"- i i less ju-t before an oratorical conte-t.I' n. i iI

t f said to ling! the convicts for gain from Itenni'S France. The horse was Edith you say, and you love her" poration of Wostmiiister assisted. The: I I intended to withdraw, but fork '!

and Pt rsonally thought they should drajrdn-4 u hi-avy load of bricks from "I loaf her as 1 loaf my life," replied repetition: of several[ sentenced of Archaeic 1 One Minute Cough; Cure. It restored i iI i t

t all lie nn 1 ployed on the public roads a kiln at Loriuandiere to Kcnnes, and the count as he worked the windmill 1 Latin was the connecting liak I my voice in time to win the mesh: "

v t in the ( uui.ties where they were seii- the carter hardly stopped doz; ;.lug him racket with his arms. between modern ecclesiastical preferment HargiV i Kahn PHrinacy: John Sheppard,

; tl'n.l'\' all the way. On reaching llemies the "I see. Can't say that I'm struck on and the ancient privileges of the I Sidney
-
rr 4, Some of the new bills and rcsolutlons driver was unharnessing when the your shape but I'm willing to give youa abbott of a medieval monastery 1 Marston $ Quinn have YOU CANNOT hI k\I\\ \!\\

introduced in the house Tuesday horse; bolted dmt n the strctt. lie al chance. Can you throw a lasso,

areas follows:: lowed Lunsclf to be caught and led brand a calf or ride a broncho?" Mitchell Day Observed. I somevery nice Dressers and' when wars will conic. w''

r fw i By :Mr. Slaton: of 1'tlltan-To repi. back quietly, but the moment he saw The count did not understand, and Wilkesbarre. Pa., Oct :29.! -Mitchell 1 ,, Wash Stands very cheap render the price of c.! d ;inllmpofpeact"Jr"Pllr

T 3..t4 late proceedings of claim leases where his tormentor he rushed at him caught the colonel had to go explanations. day was ceibrated by all the umoi I Just the thing to ;o with

i.t ifh. F real estate has been 1 levied upon, and him in his tl"CUtlashed the wan to thefeTouud When he had finished and added that miners in the anthracite region today Iron Beds.Fotey's 11 .

8,, for other purposes. !, and rolled upon Liui. The man his ranches were all family affairs and There was a genral suspension cit t i Have a gas tore or r.II't' "

iir By :Mr. Efauehamp of Butts-A resolution was: FiTkm.-ly injured and would probably \ that he Axould start a son-in-law in a work. A few xvasheHes were work j Tat inland heating; in y.nu
Honey
!s i' t / to appropriate $1.5;
suitable masonry for the everto f the people standing round, who had, be found no listener to his last President Mitchell arrived! \u.cildren..1fe.sute.olfJn', *
protection may go, but if we fnriit-. !, \
.
+) of the springs on th,- MrFnto Levtrtteloss, the greatest difficulty in t words.. from New York today. He wilI.o .> I
rea r KMi\Li F11HMH;
!'!CUrl: >riKFollowing : g'is-cooking hea'n.. .
11 ration Known a!- Indian Spnnp.By getting the horse way from his vIc There came other Italian counts and Scranton to attend the first session of 1 I I : -: '
T t.ru.: they t'W. disappeared after a brief talk paratus affairs dmu( -tie xxnj ;i'
the arbitration :
t.J t1 M Mr Hall of Rll.b; -A rr'int''on! commission. Th'r* i ia the schedule of tie

'-. ( 1 I IlroJilllfor the appointment of a with the colonel!, but it was not untilthey wore demonstrations! in many ot th {overnnieut =teauterGener.l Frencii! j|:I forever." No mi-tukf-1I

(() wmls.on of live members to hI'rmPOfo.t AX lint n JralounVlfe round. moved! on to Italy that there wa! nearby towns today and after the parade gulch THE SEWS prints for the''''dealingwith us.:

tl + .\ Fayette wutuan su>i>ected that herhuslaull a COUM fur every hour of the twent y the people flocked oenetit of the merchant wio! ship I II I
4 << of to Wilkes harr.
r a judge of the I
o supreme !: was in the habit of !kissing: four. Counts followed the pair; as thryxvent i! their goods to the \arions: aim} Ii i
4 I t !, (court to b" appointed by the In large numbers to see the big parade Pea acola f
i governor; the bired girl and resolved to detect si'-'htyeeing! : met them at thedixrs I ;>Ort5 : jits, 11.'

the attorney garal. two members him ii the act Saturday night she of cathedrals and amid historic Leaves: t'ensecola........_. ...... 7-oi>a. in.Ltavob "
;' i '1 of the to-1-.o, to 1 be appointed by thespeaker Seven fnousand .'.I:1ers in Line. farrnacas.. ............... .......... 7:5n: II, mI .
_ sa; whim I'm'Jllit'tI into the kitchen'floe nuns and swarmed in the lobbies o f Shamokin. Pa., Oct. 29. I I Leases I'ickens .. .. .. .. ....._ HI a. hi.I I 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Penned f
i and one s&tator to be appointed hired !;::ire was out and the kitchendiri hotels. It took Colonel Sam half the -MitchellAJ ;! U-Bves lUrrances.... .. ....... ........ '111+ ; a.
c ? liy the pr" ?id nt. to whom was observed here today. SfTen [ (,"a"'"' i'rnsacola ..... .... ......_. ..M.15,: a. m'l
{ l'. The jealous wife took a fewWlIl'1lt's and all the '
,t 4a L. shall b > referred lap day evening: to turn them Jiousand! United Mine Workers 01 |, Arrives Bftrrancas 11:111: ) a. m. anti I
I bills relating to in her Land and, hastily placing down' Some had titles only two feed t stakes a trip to Fort ilcliee and taro re.nrns +
ti 4t the payment of th. Scott America, headed by the Tenth Hrgi to Ilarrauras. "
; '' and Haytsbonda I i a shawl over her head as the hiregirl lonsr.. and some had titles running: into ment band and i U-dV'-s t: rranca m'.. ........ ... .... tt: .-> p. m LODGOIKEiri'OiliKWIGHTS C
1 often did! entered the back doo. yards. but to sate time and trouble h troops paraded thC j I Leave flrbrun ... .... ..... .... ... I.z' p. in. ,
:1 d ,' IyIr.: Hall of Bihb-To authorirf streets after which the mine wo'-kers 1 Leaves Fensacola ... ... ..... .. l.op.:: m.
and iuiuiedutely she seized and willed! ,
was them all Count Dizzio. lie eu- eaves Pickens . ?':1';< p.
f ::t'e! governor and tf'a.-.urer of the state kissed; and embraced in an ardent mann lIuraf'dall! of them to the extent o I' were addressed by several labor leu'-1 Arrives Harrancns 5t p. m. and 111./i OF F7'T'Tt.'r
t F of Georgia to ISSMO\ ers The collieries were in operation! i ,rp to M I!It.'e and return
bonds for
the '
purpose r. With heart almost bursting the them'al'
i offering '
; OJus jobs ranging in On \
I t of and all business! was generally SU"1 j ednf''davlIhdraturdav"' the 'enllacola I"'H! ;f', Nu. 3. KMonlaj. "r "'
: i acing off and retiring certain wife prt'iuiretl to adurinister: a terrible wa. ..s from ,) 3U to $4;; per month and : 1' goat wijl leave Barranca3 vet J'ick- I

i'c r. 1 't; past dun bonds (if tho state issued toCharlf rebuke to the faitliless spouse, and, board aud in cash and every case his pended. >n" for 1'eiiaacoia! at 6HO: p. in. I mppu Ing at en 7...r i>,at .a":1 ,

r ti .MoDiinald.: anti countersign.ed tearing herself away from his foud generous; offer was refused with indonation. |! The General French K- for army I in the Kioun: -. vu

svJ bv 1. Crawford, as president of I mbrncc.. she struck a match and! sires I In only one case did a Dizzio Shop Men to Receive More Pay. 1: jnrpo;e* oaly aud unyout-idi r niti-t I :; \ Bul'-liiig| third Poo'
Vgltni!
fi' the board of po'nmi.j'viuprs! of th* I face to face with-the hired man.-Salisbury ( feel thnt the insult must be wipe Chicago, Oct. 2i.: Eight thousan.-i '1 Java I'll"=" from the qu,+ttelut-ter: '".. welcomed{ biel'.ri-u oo." -
Western shopmen employed by the Chicago 1 take rnPROfESSIOML;:" 0 I 1.1'1' I If .\ I..
: ; and Ailantir railroad whio'i Kan.) TressSpectator.llr out in bl od. aii II .' .
I H. dor.trrxI
i., I said pat due bonds( are mo'-p full! ; "Z;UK ire. you haxa Insulta mo. ami, Alton railroad. The Tribune says, ar* I :. J H. A >4. c

j ar :.. dcsrrlVin| said art r y numlxr la Milk ('"".. you iiitifrt tighta me one duel!" he exclaiimtl. to get an advance in wages of 2 cenrs I CARDS I
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t ;
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t of issue and" date of maturity. The tuilkiMiu wu-s trvntiiig; himself to an hour beginning Xov. 1. The increase n

_ 1 By :Mr F..IJ.r of Ii!>V-To r'gnlar a holiday. Itefore starting be ad to ".\11 risht.! old boy; have it your will approximate $1/1.001), an d i VV. C. RO\'lE, M. D. I ti>=GOLAYI'gist

t4t'd,. { the fli'riir and! RN"'ItinJ:: ,: of sPI'un' the hired man: "1'e sure :and feed the will" was the so.id uatuml reply "AsI will effect the machinists boiler malI I disco I. ': !'. ('alaLrx.n II I

;, j' iV" claims! unilor! the claim law of th.' l"st milk cow xvell. Elite her all tile am the elii.llenged! ; party, I hall select ergo repairer anti general handy me I I and Corn |r 9ea : .
'
< t Hours from to w.I: ;. nj and 1 to ")
r a** #, Rate and! to punish: any officer vlolat roots she can cat" uning into the \ revolvers and if I don't shoot fix in all of the shops of the systu.NEVER and attr-r To'cinoK! p. li I'

,t .,< Ins! thi" ar*. yard on his return, he axv piled C1\ holes throuL'h:: jon in six seconds I'll Phono GD.JiJ. I It M. F. GONZfiLEZ{ 4 co"t,,:.. ialtl.ct

t 'y l\v Air HlY: .>!!i of :\Ial'on-To amendff''tioll against; the pump a good supply of carrots never again claim! Texas as my home." ASK ADVICE.

trtiY j 1.<:2 of the code of 1ST! : pea turnips and parsnips "VVuat's: The adult dt dared that n gentlemancould When you have a cough or colddon't !" rre
'i CHOICE: Mf-ui "1 y
( tiding for the s'>!"l'tion by the governor this for:" he inquired angrily. 'Sure. not liL'ht: with any other xxe-apon ak what i is good for it and get I-"I.t.n.
: and isn't the old tie best milk thru a rapier but the colonel : 'I'Itl
iii of banks' in certain cities! hereIn pump replied!\ : some medicine with little or fit) nif-nt Fatroalie Home IntJas ry. for .
j cow after all?" tllswer d Pat--Farm "Xo toasting forks or frog stickersfcr '
: should .
t ( rtart'r.1. ns titp dei| (>storles.! ; and dangerous. Ak forFolt'y's 'tlnyl'n : e.rest vary rtRsonyou buy v n.T M

jih t By Ilea P'aton of Fulton-An Mproviding Journal. I me. :My idea is to kill you as dead perhaps Honey and Tar the ) ra."u .f I ,I',J.."'" I :Stock by 80 Fred doing from you the encojrat Hum- M"u..fsfor u..m.. .

+= ,,1: for the situs of debts dn' and rs quick as possible and there's greatestthroat (' "W'' !" ': t.: inln' 's @!i iI ': try. Yoor money I.. i itt it .l!,. cumin

?' : a to non residents: for purposes of ft- Like All <;o..!j>. n-'tlii-sz; liUo: chunks of lead to do it. : and lung remedy, it cure I) I "V 1m 1.43 h. '.trithr 'I) I and yan: iu tarn are tud,:"( -y it-... .
;IE [ the home
ost* rlDF nifiijuf.tci'
tachmont, IJ'S.hdIiow Mr-. Cu'.tlo; did run Name( jour time! and place friend Ii z. coughs and colds quickly. W. A ..." .' ..'.... 'II. a \/J111 ":. j| :ontrtoatetoruecanaeot> ;abar. ': lIt '

:If 4 By :Mr. TVMor of Rihh-To aiithorizc on about the 1'erkins-os! I late no patience riot and lo-k up the dead to your I lutin D'AlemDerte !'Palafox: street. oun.4. u. n"LrGISTII I I I wjloli lo community oontrlhotci' tOToar la which:ruppor'TIME yon i t .

with a xvoiiK.n who talks soahont thegnixe.xard lit the same time." ,
kit ; Li ar.,! the
emKw
'r commissioners! tf .
An Vu,.uvt Month. -
other folks. The count retreated in :
good order
_ i tI,1t ;. roads and rev nuns of the county of :Mrs. Cain-Neither hare: I. It's perfectly aid: took fen.c by declaring on all "Do you Id'1e]: ill the suprrstitioa:

1 a y t., ,3 Bibb, from the treasury of said molt disgusting! Uut what Mrs. Cuttle sides: i that Colonel! Sam Ta'lor"was nowitleijjan. that June is a luci.y! mouth in which to i i TABLE.
tv. to cnnMVffito!
l' toward the !'1IT1pwrnnli said uliout the Perkinses was awfully But the last. Italian countwas get married: |

t' mtint"fHlnl'f' of tho hospital o'>"r8t inti resting.-Washington.: Times.I'.ouaieof : the most detenuine-d cf all. He "la'hy no." di "'eutrd Mr. I'ortjut' LOUISVILLE: AND NASHVILLE RAILROAJ'11'i

.'rt hth,' r'tv: of Miron.Bv must either marry money or Pac'ine' of Chicago ed'i.'I)'. "August: EI"Jt iCT nMreIe1R I, tw11
Mr FoMfr! of Pibh! -To ,! /) (' tor ('alan h tlia open a ,"
p-ovi: o i secondhand! : cinching store. Colonel l !Is n.y fuxorite' rajiuli. : Nets Orleans and Mobile
; ; that no mn'-t'msp:; or conveyanep t.> ( )nUtin :Mfii'iiry. t' S.TII was not the man to kick another "UII ,;.b .t d yon k 1 : <" lour htlien"11. -- ---- --- --

e!i f'/1T' ,',,1.t e'''1!' have any lion T- mercury will surely destroy thesene when he was duu u. His daughter let .';\.'' you stet I do ill t iy: marrying >; CO 8. :h0.1. \n Y. 10 d. tinI ,
t' i against "''" If smell! and de- i 7:11 a 12:1f: m II ,11ii P 'Pave Prrerrnla ._ Arrtr! 5: n a 4'-
!
? ('n"pt PTI'litClr.ithntT, completely tin' ia ti.t tur..ith, and the! divorce couns II
count crick
get a in the back of 8"j. a 5:7p. I :Ifl. Levi'.. .Iolll"t"n _.. Lave I !. a ..' r
artnal! rot'.v as to who extend c'e.li* range tile whole ;system when entering ':is tieeU b.ixving to her. The idea was sire alimony:; and counsel tees every t1:0e a 4'p I 2:;;'.", It Lave.' ..... Mobile Leave :0 n.t ;_ '.. r

t' ? ; prior t'> the pnppr WHS! for roror 1 it through the mucous ;surface to let him down easy but be refused time."-Raltiniorc Herald. --=:.. .-!:.'_Sp I 7lJa L"avl'_ .New 'artt. ....'anM. !I'-'e. __': .'O a

thorfHi' niVs fhp came be filod fur Such article should never be used to lie let down. By some hook or crook : North.

1 t :prr>rd within: fi\f dnvBy .. tic niisrd Tongue n..eUD .
except on pre-crij>tion< from reputable money enough to follow themback ; I -
i' *s" :fr. F 4th'r of nh-To prpeerl t". the damage to London and he had become According to the disciple of linguistolug.x '(o.9. I No.4. So.t 1 .

the manner of sellir.e or othpruuoposine dig!: I phyician:1'1 they srdi a nui-"itice' that the colonel said: w the M-ie-ii'M of t..ague reading i I, Uu5P m t2:15 II m I Leave.._ D.acollt ... Arrive 4tte II C1 I II
will do i fs ten fold! to the Boot} you I I 'II\am! &:::7pm Arrive.. oUom.rY..l..uve, 1lI\am ;.
: of cocai"o. and to provide: a can rio=ibly clerixe from then "I.'iik here, Mr. Dizzio: you'll have I it is a de-mou'-tnite-d fact that a : 1I\IIAm YfDSpII: Arrlve.Elmlugham.Lrera !I.jlam; 4 1- .
4 penal!*v f.r'Iolatlon.. etc to chi Ke off.! The girl doesn't want big tor-tie:: iu.hcaies Uis=iiinilutiuii; a 1:05pm aiea tn I Arrive..ashvliie ... Leave .
11:111':00 you
Cltarrb Cure, manufactured I 2J a m 9t1 a m Arrive .... Louisville! .... Ll"a\8 11:15 pm t'a
By Mr :McRoe of T.o\\'ndpI-To p- by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0., for n lir!
; Tdf'! fur the distrbr.t'an; annmlivv ,>.' contain* m> ru..rcul':111.1 i i.* t- ken and ntlt rather us any more." ; a narrow tongue, concen- i ::S) a m _lal pf.1---A!F'!.! ..Mt. Louts i.rsVP 4IS prn

n'en+- aris'rR!! froM the hire <>f i>prtMtnrv !-. I internally, acting: directly upon the Th:;t emmu; in the ladies' parlor.whifU trati.ni Dull talent; a short, broad PEN ACOLA. AND RIVR: J U ;CTIOI1, _
F' blood and nuicouMirf.iCe of they ; tongue, mi5.ty! and untruth The _
('('-It'I'ts cf I hat pened to lie clear of other v .
Gaorgia: to deflio t Iii I Io.. l-Uaily :io. b-Daily !: 1o top where cline not .1:0.:, j So. :/-1 '8'' Y .. .,
r' tm, btiyiii Hall's Catarrh off xxi'h shortind,
tnin a
J by whivn and fir what Craws: Dizzio! made one last appeal x-ry : narrow -
purpose calL.Ai' II 1
Cure be sure you get the genuine Kdith. Wlu'ii! tnUl:.' j ia liar of true arh>tic merit. 11:55 pm Tan a m ,LU\8..t't."niIiCOI"ArrIV.! .! 10:5Q II- r. :
she told hem it '
kri i l monpha'l! lv us"d. etc It i taken internally and is made in was U*P- Ul nllbt 1:13" ....... i:oh.'m..4..' .... 1:1.7" .
Utz, Fly Mr niarl! ;'>iirn of 1'u1ton-1'(1! Toledo Ohio by F J. Cheney &: Co.Testimonials J less to lioiie\ lie drew a stiletto end lt1): 7toJ" .. ...... Vnlt-Hr.. .._. 10:84! "
I eo __._. ...._ ? .
11-i" .l'ir.mbla.
I declared that they should die together. I At the fl rsteymutonn : 7:1 1032" :
sly" IIMPndptjt'ln Sot of t'o,lImp I of fie free.. I ', of a 1:115": 7:5 eo .... ._ tul"t ..... .._ 10:. ;
;. ; rude of Oerr-ria which relates to road 1 jD0 Sold by Druggist?, price 7'per e The count was still fiuurshiuz: tLe oSTET' diordr'(1 -ten) ,, ttIW: I 7II".. .. ........ Harp .._ .._ 10t.. '. .
weapon when a hand clutched his :'. It ftch or later you 1'iI: ?:35 .....-ja City .-..._. 111:15 ot
V dirty aid other matters so as to \' bottle. Dec CELEBRI.TEO -bould: take a 12:91: Ie I. 1i111 II __..-. Milton.... ..... 111:10"
nrt an mInors from Hall's Familv Pill are the best The stiletto was wrenched from iiu-; taw doses of tniBittirii 1:10 a m' _. ,. __ UOOI1 Kange .. _... ,
t road dutyHr grasp and then Colonel Sam baektdnlm I It will If. 8:15" ........... Heln .... ._. 8 4
.t t Mr K,'llr of C1Ia..Ql'ol'k-1'o tnprt! ASK HIM FOIl A MfPOIXS' .t..... ,. to'ic up the to- I! t.".J.. 8-1": ....... MUlga:1 ..__ Sa.. 4 .i
Bcrtlon I"1 of the -- : : up against:: : the wall and proceed' ,! I Jir, much and liver I 2J zee ea s .........rre\U"lew..__ ItU I .
redo! of l\r tae .
I '; to take him to pieces lIe removed the I f' "" :cud cure atJl" 5.M II ..... ..Jeer Lend .__ tM"! : .,
Wishine ('onntt.'al her;*' irstitttt; a':. fn.r his .., ":'t (.> i 1:21" ':10" _... Mo"'y Head ..._ 9:45 "
: : head the false teeth fn ni .
.' _
'j .t" ha7SCar'a ; 011" DJS": Dejo'nnl"lt IJprtngL. ':18" : t :
CASTORIA j !h'= j 1\\ '., toe false eyebrows and tl'ye I: 4:19 11:41" _........ Argyle. .._ .. 1:41"
BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. :,:' and made I'r.,1'. ..: \ ff..a.,.tb nIT, 4::40) I 1:61' -.Ponce dot ( Pon.... 7:211" .
sf !' For Infants and Children. i them cp into i '::t)1";; '' "... .1 I riftI.. 111:10. .W.'t'rllle...._ 7:1'1" j jG.9i"
i Mr;*. ;Minerva smith of D.uivilfIII. : ; "
; I I'.t' i ,:UP; with a five dollar goldpkt'orle \I. Iidl eatlo:', 10:111' .. ..- ('sryvine .__ .. II Tlt.. .,
1e ., write : "I had bronc'.itifor; the I Kind You Have Boo )! :" ,I _.. .I!: ,I t. fI.\IIJ" 10:10' I ..__..1I0r.11a' .:IiI ::
'> twenty year and never sot relit Always : ...... / Dyspepsia and s.:00" 10:41" __.... chipley.:; .._ ':IT" I 4
'
old _.. ... ,
man
: get a move on you tIWI" IIrel -CoILond.le 1:18"
until I used Foley's Honey and Tar I Closes And the last STOMACH I.verComplaint.: 7.10" Ube ..-. .Marlapna _._. 15 .. L II
i which i is: a sure core." Contains ntopiates. t1\tt /' Italian count moved on. I 7t liaS" _.._ C1pretl.._ 7 8 11! ; :
; W. A. D'Aleaiberte, 121 :::5Pal:1fox. I' tRI+btDtb01 CkIt7 II I But the colonel leaned back and laugh: LTr R.5 71: .". l1U" _Grad IUJgt .. 'I" +jJ J -

r is I ed. C. B. LEWIS. Give U a trial. I 915 t:1oi I22IS 11IJ6: noon" ArISeRlve" gneads.. 1&ctJQIILun. .= 'I"I i.I..r",





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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 30, 1902.

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A WOMAN PASTOR. ferent rooms. A room filled with'books I if I ; :
of reference sets of standard authors ; ll

Rev. Glary A. Scflord Is a Prominent and collections( of miscellaneous writ ., J t I

l'nltorlaoJlnlaCer.: ings is too exclusively u literary work If.BO .OHEM/AN j 1'j .'.

One of th" m ist prominent and successful shop for the ordinary household. It Is ,' ;iN 'ri! '

; 44 ii ministers among; the western better adapted for the use of the professional Rich In the g. ,;t! '' ,c
j Unitarians is the Kev. Mary A. Saf- worker who must isolate pure hop flavor. Bottled only at the Brewery. ;C t

? fcnl of Dos Moines, IA. Miss Safronl! himself among surroundings; and with I TheAmricanBrewingCo.S.LouisMo. 't; :il'-

.' 'yf't" 1; : 1rti who Is a zealous and untiring workerin appliance that will tarry him MI I Iwar. c.OLD )0.\ 1'tit.h..... j.''I' ""

nil that i"Ttains to her church or- .! in his t'.U 1':1'. The eUrm ..t tw ::i ; I; _
r \ Sjanizatiou, is accredited with modem I --- f ;
hating living room is its informal eo i
J organized and built up more flourishing centratiou of the family; interests Parson Surrenders;; to C1.cers 1 1

oh tin-Ins In the west than any other Cooks! magazines and Paducah, Ky., ot. .':'.- t; \ tV; The Tonic J
pajNrs may par
Excellence.A .
one minister. During! her pastoratein form a large share of the attractive Eri;!ES. p?> \l?'? j '

t I / :Sioux City, la., which extended'over qualities of this room. .\. corner for odiit Elpist oPJ) <'hu rt'1:0.. Mouths: : ,'I I .

fourteen she became well known night stabbed T. J. Gar: .
ir'1t6"i'tr years writing may be established with a table I proprietorof 4
on account of the unusual liberality or desk well lighted for eveninguse. the Inn a fashionable boat ding;

shown toward her fellow workers in Shelves for the books may be. house where the minister and family I ( ; I"

oilier and widely different religious de- built against the walls or hung: from. boarded, gave himself up to the officers !

N.e the picture molding. Small stands for and vas recognized for his appearance -!

$ holding magazines and comfortable Thursday. No charge has I J

chairs drawn near the windows will yU been preferred against him. The
add to the pleasures afforded by read- l Malarial and Typhoid I:

y L c Ing, while the books themselves forma Fireman Fatally Injured. Fevers 3

specific part in beautifying the room. Knoxville!: Tenn.. Oct. 29.! -A special Colds, Influenza, Ac.NOTICE : ;

-Delineator.luefal. from Distal, Tenn.. to The Journal !
.
and Tribune says that a southbound a.t. I
I
t ".alll' I't'r Scrap. passenger train ca: the Norfolk anl I ':

h No scraps of wall paper should be Western railroad left the track nearSeven f ,
I' thrown away. They can be utilized ina ;
t Mite f'or'a.
,
; rif Tuesday after Notice is hereby given that the undf
f c a 7 dozen different and pretty ways. One noon. The engine ai>d cars nearestIt eig'led will on the :iiitli day of November J ; {
'Smot. a of the charming makable from im-, at Marianna. al in o'clock a, in., or as 1 i
things
were wrecked nr.sne; Robert soon thereafter a, sameenn be heard, apply ,' .
1Lt: ; them In a {lamp shade. Cartridge paperin Hooper jumped and saved his life, but to the lltiiiiirablr li J. Kftves,judge of t :'
old oak I the I'lrculll'ourt Ksrambiacoutttjr, Hor1 1
rose yellow, stone brown, !
'
: ; Fireman J.V..
Spioer was caught under 1a. for authority to sell toe Interest of '
'S \ sase: green and regimental pray makesespecially the engine and fatally hurt Passengers -I, Mary Lillian Milliard. n minor in the fol- 1 I'p !' S
smart shades! of the plain, loam drsCrihrdrealevlaLr,50-wit :
bagairenian and expressmanwere I Thewcst Is fret ofarpent lot Kl. and Ibis I I.I I.! a
'" colonial or empire patterns. east 14iretofori.ntlot5l. Old City: apd I
badly shaken but ..
i i- Take a yard and a quarter of the up. no one was lots 1,2..lanil:: t, in blurt :... :S"t ity of .' .
seriously Injured. lVii'Hfnlii.afcortiMK to man of siiil city I.
i\ paper and cut frees it a wide strip on couywrigbttil !>y 'I !Mo-.f. Wilt on lu l".>4. : i
the bias Told it around the wire em- -- L1U.IAN. UIU.IAKP, 4 I ,
in Puerto Rico ociionw tt'ianiian. 'I 1
Riots
Miller pire frame and paste it up one seam !
,; Agnes:;( of Chicago, speaks as invisibly as possible Hind: the top New York, Oct. Registration fo: 1 i' ; .!

about of i and the bottom! of the shade with a elections in Puerto Rico was nnihln- The Beer '
jJ women dangers the' ;: !
Juan
ji jj ; narrow strip of smooth paper, !,apl'rLortIl'l' on Tuesday, rabies the San CD I' ,
j : I'.EV. Marx A. SAFFOKD. The !be respondent of Tap Herald. In ?|i'i': i i '
or ribbon. binding i
may
i .1 Period how avoid and
to That
pain nominations and she was one of the either darker or lighter in tone than of the strictest precautions, serious i Made@i : ) ;

and first uiiuihtcrs! in the country to receive the paper of the shade itself. The results riots took place in a few towns. Fa* I, a 1I I
the
5 ; remove cause by using in her pulpit representatives: of the religions got by this simple means are so policemen and several citizens were i: 4 1 t ''I

LJ. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ; of the far east ts will as the good that many women now buy paper killed In San Lorenzo. It is reportr-1 ANNHtl tR r FAMOU U S i I'

alien workers at home. Miss Safford i or beg scraps of wall paper from that several persons were killed inPutillas. '

M \VUME'-I sutlered for six years with dysmenori possesses! a rare intelligence, combined wall papering establishments When Further trouble is expect 1 (

j month with a broad sympathy' and a ready cartridge is used, it can be decorated ed !ts
;. "ls)), so moth M that I dreaded every as I paper :
". tiuee! or four days of intense jnin. The doctor said wit In addition to her work in the in any of a dozen different ways VITORI J'I :

.in inflamed condition of the uterine appendages caused church she always has been active in -water colors, magazine pictures, old To Entertain J. B. Goodwin. i !

1.I :: il[ ill-elected colds. all matters pertaining to the progressof prints, marine views, photographs; etc. Savannah, Ga., Oct. 23.-Tn. local

ifirls only reulixed how dangerous it is to take cold at her own ses, and through her own Good Housekeeping.: lodges of the Odd Fellows decided at :MADE B'AmIE: BREWING CO. I' i

,. ; ..it-" much sniffling would be, spared them. Thank God individual efforts many young women meeting last night to enterfala Gran-1 BKSI 10-CKXT BOTTLE BEER f I

1..ltu I:. rinkliam's VegetuMo Compound, that was the only have found a coveted scholarship in Match Scratches.Marks Sire John H. Goodwia and Mrs Good IN TOWN. : .

', hrlpfd mo any. Within three weeks after I started to college or in similar ways hate been on the kitchen wall which win, of Atlanta, on November 18 and DA.NNHEISSER BROS.i i S j
been made careless hands in i
have by
; ..,d I .1 marked improvement in my general health, and at materially assisted. For the last two 19. The details of the entertainmenthave
Miss Safford has held the office striking matches will disappear if i AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED !f:
: i. \t imuiihly 1k find the pain had diminished consider- years not yet been arranged, but are I I IIi
and cured month later. I of state secretary of the Western Unitarian rubbed with the cut surface of a lemon la the hands of committees.CANCEK '
S. !Ipthe} t f.-.itiiu-nr, was a am liko Wi ndiiicr niiiSiCj' :
then with cloth d.ippetlln whit l (
a
School association.Let II
I \rfl't't health ),'ri htrr I have Sunday '
'I i 'I illl"j, am illl my eyes are '
ing. Wash the surface with warm Main House-401 8. Palafox street
I 1.; to my Bright, my color is good, and I feel light and CLUED; BY BLOOD B\LM .
Children Read Freely.It soap and water and quickly wipe witha R. R. Exchang-e-Opp. Union Depot, t
-.: .V.\KJ: .MILLKU:, :25:: Potomac Ay('., Chicago) Ill. I '
will simplify life fur a great many clean cloth wrung froai clear water P. O. Box 2yi. Pen acola, Fla. r't
ni'hlv :Mckness reilects the condition of a woman's and of book All Skin and Rldixl 1J"l"as'pj.Curtd.. Phones 116.2($.
parents guardians: loving .
?
milling! unusual at that time should hate prompt Mr?. M. L. Adam, FredonlaAla", '
children: if they would remember that I ---- -- -- "
r ,:i.trillion. Filtv thousand letters from women Ilro'CI a book is one thing to a child and another THISREMEDY : took Botanic Blood Balm which ef-
!t.. I'iiikliam's YI'"tahltl Compound regulates mend CATARRH CHICHESTER'S! ENGLISH f '
to adult. Those who find their cured of
an fpctu'illy an eatmir! cancer i
: uttkee ilio! ,' periods Jlaink111' !>.. I r Er'NYROYAl' PILLS 1 i ,
I children! devouring all the books with the nose and face. The sores healed .
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: is sure to give LY'SSATISFACTION .t,1 and 1I,1t 4>*mila {
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in reach are sometimes unnecessarily cR' 10't.t: \ an-- 1 .dl. lirtirr'iC
_
;. : :1t: !) \\ .nss UXnmCIS.YS: : I' i up perfectly. Many: doctors had ,.: r f
(
; 'liltilEsli.Et'1LISIi:
bothered for fear the children will be ; 4 I: .
SCOIOIN ,y' ) l.oltl ;Into .... '
m't s
i -.t:
111"' Mis. I'IXKH\M ]:. Pink- CUR given up her case as hopeless, hundreds j1''OI.I < j
_,' ->, : : J.jdiu: the older literature of the I t} Q T.UMother. Kc'ta* 3 II
.i :7'f- knll''I'cta1,1t (' has beiio- I corrupted by Cream Balm : of eases of cancer eating;! 11-.. 3i ilaarr.u..... ft.t.:llili ;" : ) < ;" 1., ,I -, i will tell how I MitTeivd. : -uppenitingswelling*, etc, ,;r r..I. Tr.t'monUU !
: I is: YlIll 31yu. doubtful morals. Sire IMI f at ()nre. sores, ; I ." wi'H.IGrlorludleL"ruw.arroS ;
".:.,: I I,1.,!' ,':" > ]painful: mcitotntalion., I felt as each The chance of such a catastrophe Is 1 i It Cl" nse... Plloth"li GvQe1 have been cured by Blood Balm. --f, .I'.or. \!.ll III.IHIU 1N. ,e.teel riiuaaliai.l'ry.teal. Soldkf e.. (Ir. t
heals the diseased
| and others Mrs. B. M. OUf'rney,1 /" I r
:: that I vtting I had Among t/dloMn.re e111L4-V4
nil 1.1! n lit 1-y was won small in the of child who is membrane It
so case a
I
t' ., I catarrh and Warrior Stand, Ala. Her no-e and \
in Lack and
i I- .lIiui. aldo'id earns
"4 % : uwlll'aills S. I
__ my fond of reading as to be practically f1 I
really
: : I drives away a cold t3'Inttieheadqulckly. lip were raw a* beef, with offensive I j
n. : .
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n1.: ; E- ; \ ,
nothing. The reason is that sucha prdf I discharge; from the eating sore. CURE YOURSELF i I
1 :i : :advised ir.e to try Mrs:: rinkliam's It heals Cue O unnatural 1InIt.5d.a
Big for
child reads all books for the ste.ryor and Protects the l Doctors advised cutting; but it I CCRE9
"
i. I:: I lid so and nm i;'\v free ficm all the desf rlptions! or the element of interest IMembram-. COLD ti HEAD failed. Blood Balm healed the Qamaurt irritations dlsrhargeefndammationa or ulceratloo. i .i
ei :- j .' : 1 JK" C. LINDBECS I Kt t<)r." the y"n't>< of 1'18 ant Ii oral sol lo cf mucous membrane tPr..eiu ,
/r i! t jicritMls. : ;"II: v. h.iicvcr that be, which it : sores, and Mr? Guerney I'; as I metersI I Ii
way
... Full l-iiz'"e.; Tnalllao'! tOe at llrujgllIor e.at.gloa. Pamlwa, and nut ulrio -
:. 't t ::L : ', Koekford, Ilk undt'rstant's.:: by mail. ; well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm .. IHEE1.SCEVICAIfogenterpotwaoud. i j
1 1 I' -- El' V IIItOT 11 E HH. also; cures eczema, itching humors, aotd by Drugtty 1e. :
; : >. - beauty: :and interest to hold the attention A IT express prepaid, (or i
t offensive pimples, blood poison, carbuncles { 1
l': I 11I11'1I1h"r: (, f'rlIman i, cordially h. p j l.p r3boUl.-S| 5J 7 .
I \ '
'
without of it t'in.t'n to 'CircuUr
\ any ; scrofula, rNngs and bumpson Hit ou reWet. I
\ ill\i.1 to write to 3Irx. rinkham if there the si'.gsestive; passages, and it is this the skin and all blood troubles. I ... IHAIRRBALSAM
; \ t Nin> thin] clout her !'.'JIlJlfnmsh! (' does :I
/ ie which tie child enjoys. The rest of the Druggists $1 per large bottle. : f .
tint iinilrrvtand. :3Irs. IMnklianrs address! is: ho .k is ht' 'on'.l its experience and Sample of Btanicod\ Balm free a .

I I. alt, >J., .., her :1lh I ire i i-i. free and clieorftilly K \ 'ii to every ail- tLeivfore r.ijintercstiug. It is shocking and prepaid by writing Blood Balm + CI.an.ti ana bnuiiHci the hilt I :

.Aran. \I )It.t a..k> for it. Hrraihiee has restored to lieallli'in 'ir distasteful; to the grown person because Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe: trouble I ''_+ 11'rumxo Paila a laiurlinl to Restore ptuwth.Nuvir I

I '.:'1 IUlhlrt'd thousand Yvon :u. "'Jar don't jou try : the IJtttT reads into it the full O 1' and special medical advice sent in'' f r Hair to H.. Youthful Color.Ofay
I, -:!'tti7FoRFEITirw.rnn sealed letter. It is certainly worth : I Cuni nip' dimurt It hall'taiJUJI., !
of Y4ar'1.I"WIt pro,- iw
'
while investigating such a ,
i experience; ; or maturer knowledge. Tincbil.l. rfmark'I'I .
; tf"rthwititrr'tnr'the ritna:1.! ttersandrignatnresof -
S I able remedy, as Blood ---- ---- ----
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'l' : 1wbichwillprunthnvah.lnteaumu "">". I having no such J light: is undisturbed DRINKcna:1I I the most awful, wort; and most I ?
.
l.j.li.i E. riuLhaiu Muiliiiue iw., Iynn, ]lra a. CHOICESTOF
r and uncontaminated.The deep-seated blood diseases i iNOTICE. t i
normal I boy ami girl are fully

e I aware of not understanding everythingn ; S

Leaves for Vestl.lfutftiant Chicago Shy In Taxes. life, but there are so many interesting KY .

C )! I Chicago Oct. :-9::i--In ten years the things in sight that it is not worthwhile I have been authorized to take l
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. for Wm. f FRUITS INDCONFECTIONERY[ I !: i
: Brady. lormi'\ city of Chica-o has Io.=t t.t1llIJO'' ;n to bother about the others. I5ns-: subscriptions JenningsBryan's i !
"The Commoner.The .
.. of the Twen v nncollet! till taxes.! A report\ showing kin's tuh'ice was ;g,od-to turn girls and A""tit. V' ...I..r. (nN ngb t ''" ill nines o f paper ,

I 1 one of life l hi .-i this and to! (!atng! the tax assessing :buys into a ;,ood library lull let them trttfi r..u, orti'J/'t "-; ltit'tf jHtlt'itt's i'note le"tJe. vance.price Those is $1.00 desiring per year the in paper ad. -AT- i :, ;

rs In yew York! and rollectinK! nu mss of the county browse. Unless their attention is calledto White Hihhnn Kpinrdvvullciin. *ordfstroy can have it sent! to them by sending! C. APOSTLE'S \ :' ,

J t < California, :In full of errors, anuses and mysteries a book fir u ,prohibition they will lenl thetitra'. wbetber-edapp.Lit.tli patient: f>r alcoholic in a lImu'-1 f $1.00to the undersiwed.'H.: I: j E I .

.., health. His has been placed in the hands of Comptroller almost 100'II':1l.ly'It'd: what interests Inebriate, a "tippler," social or M. ROCHE 14 East Giraeit St. f ,

.if: ; .u r-ordins, I MfCaun, by expert accountants them-that is, what i is good for them- appetite drunkard for Impotbteforanyonetohavean alcoholic liquors alter using I Daily News.Foiey's i!

:1:i ;J. i "i. ni:acttJt who have been examining the and 1 ignore the n.st.New York News. w bill' K'liboa Keinedy.Iixl'irsotl Formerly Cordova .RestaurantBtaiid! j 1
Mfiiilicrii of \\'. C. T I'. .
Cure
a :. :ai> corre books of the county treasurer. DurIn Mr'. Moore i>y, Drl'" supprrntt-nrl"nt of Wo Kidney One car-load of Pineapples at f 1.75to I, ,:i I

rt :.1' utest ,>? ?; ten years the accountants assert OMItlreiiN QaeMion. man's Christian Temperance I'monVn- cukes kidneys and bladder: riQhtdWICNB$2.00 per dozen. I t :
: and Little folks are wont to ask the most turn, California writes: "I hBI"'t.l lulI"
: n"i. bets the collections of delinquent! ,
that personal
White Kibbon obstinate
Kemedy on very
', :t c is said to property taxes amounted to onv! terribly embarrassing; : questions:, at drunkard, and the cures have been man'.
I I times, and the more intelligent! the' In many cases the Itemed was given n.- '/ / : i it -
.1-1 :/:"! med by hi-s: jr:;0OiN, e. until an investigation of th.' I cretly. I cheerfully recommend and lu- & CO.:1 f
children the will want
are more they I
lie .;\e only a few books; were bcjntn. and then the county flor e White Klbhon Remedy. Member! of
I to know, for the active little brain of a ouri'nlonaredeltghtrdto find an economical I
an :liE' started at I authorities were ahl.to collect $1.1.: treatment to aid us In our temperance -
'i. Oc'lontl Brady Anti in a mor.'th. It Is asserted also clever child is always asking the why work." Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter f ill-f
and wherefore of evtrjthing. In dealing
i f at Ki-y West that; the county authorities have mach Druggists: or by mall, fl. Trial packagefree ,' : -
'. ; with children's! questions:: be care by writing Mrs. A. M.Townsend for
with
'; the war a practice of accepting partial payments ful to discriminate between those of a Woman's Christ
secretary :
c'I which he ru- as payment In full without years No. & South Palafoz Street. j :
which are asked from the desire to ian Temperance Union I. 218 Tremont Ii
.-IJ': '' 6 In Drooklyn. showing; by their records why a reduction know and those which are the outcome St., Boston, Mass. Md in 1'ensacola by AU Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand It r. i I' ;

.': Cyrus TownseaJ was allowed. merely of a childish love of talking. Hannah tiros., :21 S.1'alafoz't. TKLKrHONK KUi '- "Jo NK"onl'A, Jo'roA, : f(! \ I -

r The latter are often best t'alt'ith by l i .
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k ---- u --- n --- :
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Masked Men Burglarize Depot. saying quite gently, "If you think a I'

,e'I" Near' 29.-Americus.An iccen.Ii. :Mount Vernon Ky.. Oct. :23.: -Two little dear, you will be able to answer SPECIAL SALE FOR 7 DAYS AT (' i gI i! '

masked men entered the depot at Brod-! that for yourself. To questions of the Ii I ,

1 arp on Henry C. head Monday night and robbed! it of former class reply if possible as carefully :
: '-lay, 1:1
ntents. destroying Mitrtdu Jt'iiiii: part of which belonged; to the as you would to an adult ques I F. E. BRAWNER'S : ,

postcffie- and which was placed the"e 'tioner.. If the matter be beyond the ,
-' n. several tons of for safekeeping Before Xight Agent child's comprehension or unsuitable for ; f :/ -
r. Two fine horses' THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. i Ii f
-'f : Cass knew the men were there he explanation to one of tender years::, I
likewise prrish"f was:: c'V'rl'd'ith two 45-caliber! Colts don't make any foolish or evasive nu- i 4

*K- stable.fine! gamo Officers chick- revolvers and commanded to open the swcr. Say simply: 'i cannot explain 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- 73 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I I0f) doz Men'3 All Wool Camel's 1 i : : j

I safe, after which he was blindfolded that to you now for you nre not old Day :Skirts:; worth +1.50, special sale snits, all wool, worth ?.j, special sale i Hair Undershirts, worth $ .ro. spec J s
':: i-iirsult: of the Ia- until they finished their work. The 1. enough: to understand It By and !.Jy. 98c each. $1.9s! suit. ial 81 ; drawers to match, in White, j t !

i him _- .... store of C. II. Frith was broken into when you are older if you will come 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Remember carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors. 1
J" considerable amount of jewelry and ask me again then I will do my Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool l, Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16.age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk i'l
1 \\ rst "'/lrlll. and a best to tell you what you want to worth U, special sale S2.48 each. prices to suit everybody.Look Shirt and Drawers, worth |3; spec- j ,
and other"aluBbll.s taken. The men If would speak thusto 60 Ladies' Black and Colored at our (;how "Wiudow for ial to close 1.20 each. j .' .1 1 i
-, r" -ill?inz the praises are being pursued with blood hounds. know.their children parents instead of snubbingor Worsted Skirts, worth ll.EO, special prices on Ladies' Underwear.We 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed I t

lies discovery which sale 'JSc each. carry a swell line of Ladles' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at 1 I '
t
:
their questions they
','.III y sick; people well laughing at 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig- Flannel and Bilk Waists at prices so 2oc; drawers to match. : I k ;' i i

'i i'ip strong; by di'cestiap Forty ]ears Torture would keep their confidence and by ured t Kkirts, worth |2 oO to {6, special everybody can wear one. 21 doz. Boy's and Olrl's Gray and I I i
w ; and by would be referred to for information each. ; 70 doz Men's French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts
disease sale $1.98! to $4.93 Heavy at SOc ; I. i :
It To be relieved from torturing
,. by cleansing and : which boys and girls are sure I Ready-to.\\'ear Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; drawers to match I 1 i i : 1
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: stomach and by after forty years' torture might to want and which Is best learned from $l.48 to |9 each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', : !
: t 'eir food into the well cause the gratitude of any one. a father's or mother's lips. money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men'a and Boy's and Girls' Shoes ; : ;

..neh.! red blood that That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel buying. I worth 50c, special 35c ; that we ean save you 25c on. .- i ;; I i
good all over. Mrs. Book and Dookibelvn. 21 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at J1.50 drawers to match. I' Remember-We carry a full line i i : !
!1'I.: T., writes For Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, O. Wool Red Undershirts of Men's
;: had appreciative to fo; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Clothing Bougnt at 50c on I[ I I.
\ .if. I was troubled He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Books cave many i 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece worth *1, special 75c; ; drawersto dollar. We will close them out at : }'f .
all
If <'"ti and dyspepsiaw tributes from the master minds of worth $1.50 9sc match just } price off other merchants i fit;
into the Halve cured me of piles after I had suit, special : suit. I % !i t ;
form
worst One phase of their usefulness'' 1 _
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w'- induced to use; Kodo suffered forty years. Cures cuts, ages.

j I four bottles I am en :I burns, wounds, skin diseases. Be- that to api-cals homemakers is a very Is practical the help man.nor theygive I. Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. member the Place ") I. : s I _
heartily recommend
ware of counterfeits. Hargis' Pharmacy .
:ift-rs from indigestion In furnishing the house. When : f fIf

'". Take a doe after John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn..tSIC this fact becomes more generally recognized F. E. BRKMNER'S '> I

!lJ-re'ts what you' eat. and better understood, there '.

.lldtCY... John Shepard: will be a freer and more"generous distribution !, }>3ggl05; SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.= (OI

: HIM FOR A 11UDGINS' 5:?. \ of books through all the dif


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30,1902

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AN UNPARALLED RFt ,,
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-p HEALTH HAVEN LOST HAT Sarsaparilla C


', S. We the best in it. You
put
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h FROM TRAIN yers get the best out of it. And c*

BmMred at the poet Office at Pensacola,
.3 +.. Ksonl-cia matter I SANATORIUMI I the doctors approve.Lw.4..u3 100%


y urricE-Pltt'e Building, ally South I -- ----- ----- j

AlarOJ; : IT WILL BE ESTABLISHED IN WHICH LOSS FINALLY LANDED f Ellen. .
NEWSpPUBLISHING John Marks Kills Charles
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THE in Advance.CO. I THIS COUNTY, NEAR OLIVE. I MOBILE MAN IN PEN SA. I f POLITICAL Charles Raleigh Ellen, N. C.was. Oct.shot 29.and-Contractor Instantly During August EVKK\: \ c'i


OM Year Terms by:Mail Invariably. .m. ... ...........$5 00 1: I Ii II I E COLA JAIL : killed by John Masks near Angler the death claim. paid in : .'

t ltEMontha .. ... ... .. .. ...... :50t !I i Dr. Wm. M. Cate of Chicago owra 1 SPEAKING late Monday night. The two men had States and Canada by :' I

Pu Week.by Carrier Payable Moadar 10 quarreled and Marks who was drink ble Life Assurance; s-i:' : : w ,.

Furnished : west of Olive a tract of land upon Mobile brick- ing, threatened to shoot Ellen when paid within one day aftrr. -
I jitrerlising Rates on Application i'! L. H. Bennett, --
which there is a spring of water possessing the latter dared him to make good his proof.
maker, arrived on the 8 o'clock train Honorablea Stephen R. Mallory, threat In an instant Marks drew R !,!

rare medicinal qualities.It i: last night-and he came in fighting William B. Lamar, William A. revolver and fired the ball passing 1 I I I and during HOIIIIIH'joar I II ",, l
UNION'LABEL is his establish at this
to
purpose through the heart of Ellen. As he hu;i the l.ert"l''t.I. I I" ,
: mad. A simple matter caused his Blount Scott M. Loftin and others I
site a health resort, building a roomy i fell Marks fired again the ball taking Iwlow 5KS%. I

: sanatorium and several cottages displeasure and his final landing in will address the people of Escambia effect in his head. Marks escapedand .
: This. excels the :: '.
___ PEJTSAOOLA, DOT 30, 1902 the Pensacola city jail.: county at the places and times following has not as yet been apprehended.They c .
_
__ where those who are run down in Ellen great record. It ha- : \
both prominent men
had lots of and were
Bennett
I t Jt{ 7l health may retire, enjoy the fresh money : being a railway contractor, and been approached by::iii\ :
1
E l ;.n t TilE deer hunter who shoots his country air and drink of the health- whiskey. Half-emptied bottles of Pensacola, October 31, at night. :Marks a mill operator on the Cape pany.

fflP. 1 i dear friend attention.to death still gets a share I giving medicinal water from the "G. M. Prayer" and "Brookhill" Bluff Springs, November 1, at noon. Fear and Northern railway.For "Strongest in the \\ i I

a of public..- ------- i were taken from him after arrest. November 1 will be a "Gala Day"at THE EQUITABLE LIhh: .\ -'

>b CARRIE NATION wisely goes to spring. When but a short way from Mobile Blutf Springs. A good, old- Eradication of Trachoema.New ANCE SOfim b
and I Ernest Lc-
I Competent physicians nurses York Oct. 29: Dr.
i t tt2?; Alabama for rest after her wild experience the hat worn by the man was. ioned barbecue will be provided for president of the health department I OF THE :IVXITKII : \
in Texas.i will be in attendance to constantly I derle I
!"> care for patients. I blown from his head as he slept. He the occasion and a brass band will has called a meeting of house I

!i THE suicide rate has increased. ten I I woke just after passing Flomaton furnish music. The railroad com- physicians in all hospitals and dispensaries KXOWLES nUOS.I
On December 1 Dr Gate and hU i to formulate plans fr the eradication .
All caused
per cent in Chicago. by I and found himself hatless. Espying will sell tickets at one fart for disease of theeye. I 1
of St. Louis' boodlers, no associates will apply to Governor pany of trachocma a General .\gen;>.
envy I one in the rack, he unsteadily made I the round trip. commonly known as granulated I 1 1i 1i 1t
doubt. Jennings for letters patent incorpor- I 309 S. Palafox St.. PI-N-
1t
l ___ Dr. Lederle states: that 13
r I his thither and took the ladies eyelids.
possession;
..rt-t i ;, way j All citizens, especially t
.-- i "{t' f TilE Georgia papers all agree that ating the company under the name !per cent of the school children in al: "-
of it. The head covering belongedi cordially invited to attend.
the most commendable feature of of the Health Haven Sanatorium, i i are I Ii the boroughs have tracheoma and thai Out of leatt..I-I
L i John Perdue, train butcher, and i JOHN B. JONES: 1ft cent had been immediately operated
yi Governor: Ten-el's inaugural; addresswas the capital stock will be .15; ,000. per "T\'hen death set ::. ,
I Perdue let the man have it until the I Chairman Democratic Executive on to save their sight.
._ from a severe stoi,
its brevity. I Until the first election Dr. Wm. M. ---- :
train reached Pensacola, when he : Ominittee, cambia Connty.I i trouble that I had .
in Iowa Cate will be president, A. C. Bink- Ones Like Hot Cakes.
4 @ A LUTHERAN minister BEN D. BEERS, Secretary. "
i I 1 writes P. MM-.
demanded it. Bennett wouldn't surrender years.
; says the negro is to become extinct. I ley, secretary and treasurer and I : "The fastest;: selling article' I havein '
C., "Dr. ixiuz'sX
i This it will be recalled, was also !' ;: and in a short time quite a Stricken With rar.v'.j.is.: my store" writes druggist: C. T. ** .i I.
these two and J. Knowles lIfer will I Smith, of Dui, Ky., "is Dr. King' my life \nd cave m.
a prophesied:, of that other great problem I, form the board of director 'commotion took place in the car. Henderson Grinmt of this rlace New Discovery for Consumption Best pill or. earth :1'

.q, t L 4 -the tru=ts. i Trouble! was imminent until policemen j: and was stricken completely with lost partial the use paralyseI of one Coughs and Colds, because it always \V. A. D'Altinb' .
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I cures. In my six year of sales it
b SHAMES of the deputed Marcus stepped up and separated the '!arm and :side. After being; treatedby has never failed. I have known it Hinth PaI..lox ,;tr.-i, *
an emiuent ph ''''lcian for quite; a ._ t
iA! WEDDING to ave sufferers from Throat and u _
Hauua h trying to wrest the laurel parties Perdue taking his hat. I while without relief, my w ife recommended n i
diseases who could
Lung no
get
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l + from Gtorri'a"hintou., ; He says, Bennett: went over to the Lewis I Chamberlain's Pain Balm, "
help from doctors or any remedy. STEAMER LINE SC' :
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vr l "I never did, nor never will tell any- i House, but was too drunk to remain and after u-mg two cured.bottles of ULO.it he II. Mothers rely on it, bp-t physician;* .
almost
sat' thing but the truth." AT MilTON !I is entirely 1 prescribe it. and W. A. D'Alembt>rte.II -
4 t -- ---- there and the proprietress refused to ycDo.NAi.D, Man., Logan;: county, South Palafox -treet Luarantpf'i'satifaction tlrween. lVrf.ai-.ila .11 Ii ",

THE Montgomery;'; : Advertiser and him accommodations. j 1 W. Yd. Several other very remarkable or refunds prig:e. Trial .
i give cures of partial paralysis: have Huns Daily I \< |" i
;itsll the Peusacula N t\v:, are kissing; eadi: I of this liniment. bottle trte. Regular sizes, 50j and i
I I Then the Mobile gent threw his been effected by the u-e -
a j f other acruas the; state hue, all because j A quiet wedding; touk place at It is most widely known, II. ,- "CITY OF TAMP! \. :
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: i' the Nt\\s publishes the fol- of *I grip to the floor and marched out in however, as a cure for rheumatism, .
; Milton last night at the residence: >rilNG iO GOOII. .., Milton... eiw: am Ir.
lowing: search of :a hat. He found a jail.Coming sprains and bruises. Sold by i xrf'nsHcct3,":;roam Ar '.1<
Mr. C..1. Adams. gists and medicine dealers. drug--I For all liver! troubles there is. nothing i 1 I :.:
this '' "la last the he made I rar .l\IJei; Kinnd t. ,'
the street
t presrdentialcampaign I : on : :a so good and helpful as HEPATICURA -
-' The happy contracting parties were .
? t the republicans shrewdly encroached house to house:; canvass:: of fruit No danger of consumption if you ]j juse.Foley's : because it cures without producing I -
democratic Captain Charles E. Mason and Mis : any bud: effects as most mf-d-
while
I on principles, Honey and Tjr to cure1thit
[ the democratic platform was so Millie Ainglen; sister of Mrs. C. J. | stores, restaurants;, barber shops, I stubborn cough. W. A. D'.AImberteI1 : i': lIe* d". Hepaticura; is. a e b-ti-. JEWELER\ IN HIS

i laundries, saloons and private reiidence ; ? :S.: Palafcx. cute for Ctiiomel and much better
i i wonderfully and fearfully made Adams. Only immediate membersof | '
= than that: drug because it has mme
*z, i that thousands; of solid, substantial : the bride's I and groom's families t ?, trying to buy a hat. He was l\IE.-\- I of its bad tlftcts.Mr NEW STANDi

#tl ; democrats: were afraid to stand on itt I I rebutted so often that he imagined MALT has a marvelous } W.S. Jordan: of Jacksonville :

Our party,consequently, was defeat | were present, and !\ few intimate: I dietetic value. \\hilerefreshingand i iI Fl.l..ay5: lath myself: tlnJlmy| friend ;I

1 ed. Cunuot we; learn a 1 les-on from : friends. omebody or everybody was pokingi I pleasant to take, it helps as imila.I HIS Mr. Ho effect-on areercatlvpleajedftith ..!i I have moved my jf-wf'lry

i fun at him and he began to get real tiou of food. Sold byDANNHEI of HKPAT1CURA; and IGait 120 South Palafox, f"rno'
ri 4 this experience that will bring; us; I The bride was gowned in a bewitching I : witb"ut hesitation: recommendit :
in the next ?" I ugly cursing; everybody iu sift j 1 :sr.n BROS, as bding the finest LIVER: EIIIl'1E pied by Bas; & C"., ,11.\1; ..
j1.1; ;; : qt victory campaigu; I white organdy, and the, I. bettpr prepared than p,'. r
tti t F ''tt' To which the Advmi-tr flings: the i :Oilleer Carter took him in charge I ever saw. Its action j iiniKI great bargains iuaiamoiivi- .>
groom in Conventional evening dress. j Look Out for Fever ,Ii and pleasant; and entirely freak from i
following!, buuqutt: '! and sent him down for being drunk. at' griping or any ..1 the sickening effects jewelry, etc. Call ami ->
Pilloa-ness} and liver disorders
:, The matron: of honor was Mrs. Dr. i i let me convince you.J. .
I i't "Wtll, that utpeu'ls If we are to of ilouul:: yet it dotthe work
A lot of gold watch and this be I. i M'Kl'H.: : -
prevented by
!' money j! season m ly .
'! v't be go\'trued by tho;;e who insist that Pearson of River Falls, Ala., and as thori'U/hly ait could b i di>ue b>
: ;chain and other valuables: were i cleansing the system with Det'itt'Little :: i ij any fflf-dirmo. It hi- without doubt ,.- -
k : our last i latf riu was the sum of all Muses Isabelle Harrison, Cordie ': saved
i'H j Early Risers These famous : me: Horn my u-ini uuuiur at-

I', 'Ic'1. ? political wisdom and that it is tre.1ij.J :Aiuglen, and Elmer Gainer were {i found on him. He was up againstthe little pills; do not gripe. They move 'i I tack of bihnu-ue--. rvJJ by all EVERYBODY LOOKS

.. .: ton to ignore or criticise it, then real: thing; then and his careers! druI-t.: ;. '
"' I .a bridesmaids. I j the buweU gently but copiously, and FOR THE B
;.(' there is uo round I oi victory m tIle was dually endured in a small steel by reason of the tunic properties ;I O.A.STO Tt.xt _. : -

r t.g, ; t.. air. 11.a 'wonUtrfully and fear The house was beautifully decorated live: tone and strength to the gland*. I 8ms th lie K''d Yr1 h Hala Aiv.a.1SJ ; D
I Ml. i iHe
!: : ( fully made': deliverance eau never with flowers and ferns. I r Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, a ; Here it iCall, ":! '

,f / i. ; i'i'r t bring :;;Ul'Cttll democracy.; I After the ceremony, which was was: fined *o: today. Sidney Kahn. : #It'I7d .4 Creary. They are d. 'in/ :

I
t There ,stems to linger with that s' work that be ,' .
CAPTAINFRITZ i
can turn
I rft performed by the Rev! J. M. olley, STEAMER Cleaning: ladies skirts and waists U'
J.ti': class of democrats TIMBER SOLD ATGOOD .,
/ : woo abandoned j prepared to do any km.i '
'j the guests were invited to partakeof ::8 one of i'T ,specialties. !?t:1rI.aun
/ rii.f democracy at the tune referred to, They put on India ruiiln r tn

"! ...,, '.r. "I and who were, lluU1t'rhallnbout- a temptingly I arranged; wedding PRICES Will make regular trips between J dry. best on the market, on -ikurtas ) :

:\ -rt ; one to fifty, as regards the support : supper. Pensacoiu, Point Washington and u_ i I, they have a 'full Inn fi t r ,

;t !;Jl1 !rl .J of the party, that the "mountain''; The bride has been a resident of I i -- Freeport. Leave Bayleu street' tires in "took.

f I ; should come to Maiioimned," but wharf Thursday at G( a. m. and ar Carolina Portland Does your bug;!y IIM d I IIi i;;
: as Milton for several years and is one of :i harp bidding for 3000 pieces of ; inn Ttey, can make it _'" ,,1 i
:.. f! .such has not been the world's experience r I: rive at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. : Their '
.It'I 1 the most popular and lovable girl?; in timber a number cf local dealers pricetoo, are n-1-
by
: d :f we believe the Mahommed I Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. I they have ample capital I :', ,

> :;; 1'; ;1. f must, go to the mountain, or rest: in that town. The groom is widely and !' was reportel yesterday. The first: ,: and arrive Peusacola 6 p. m. same :i 1 Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM a. first-class earna,,'" l b i. "

'. ,, ( .'"l' .:. 1 '; the cauip to which there- urted favorably known in Pen'acola.wberehe I bid received was 17 cents for the !I day. Fare round trip S5; one way f3.THDS. call repairing them.bU3int:!: 1; ..
on
f1 ft .dl';'; ::' under the tests of 'Jt/ > and 11H.O.! I i is employed by the Danwody ; lot, but later this was made better CU'iIIIICaptai:1.. (Scales repaired.

,t4 ir$ ,:t.;. ;; .i Democracy i-> the same each year. i I Slim I ALA. SlMT/FK: A. (
I. Steamship Company.The and in the late afternoon II. P aars
n : !; ,;" Issues: : may enter in that will create si !' I, Ali HIM FOIL A HUDfilNS': ."..c.I I 1-1; Ea-t G"ir i
'lJ.. i. i II' will make their Co.'s increased i Phone 57.;
',.. + i f a division of sentiment but the young; people and price wa to 18 I !

I'I, I, home with the room's for cents, and the lot was sold to that Watch your corks; see I --
f ; l{ principles: are there always, as they I Il j parents I Stocks of all Hr;h Grades American -

1 ..1r'.. !g "" bane beets 111 the later campaigns. |I the present. firm at that figure. It was stated: that they are branded Portland Ceniput. "Germania: FINE STATIONERY.C.
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German "Saturn: Gfrmau Port-
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J' 'I n
"f' and he who
:. forsakes a principle because I that even: this price will be increased ;)cltli t:. Und: Cement, Kings N. Y. Calcined
.
fi )101 hC'f Grnj'n Sweet I'cwilers forCliililrpn
3t he I
t ": opposes an i-sue, Call1ll'Ver' i in the near future, a* demands are a Hot Chocolate with II, I'la-tf-r lio-.t-udjlf: Cement, kept at'i
; } i : be relied: upon m a crucial test. This | 'I i Norfolk Port-moutn, Charleston i ii V. Thompson, N t. i I -
,.itlll\ i little greater than the present supply I Whipped Cream at Solo- Savannah. Jacksonville, Pensacola,
: I' country wants democrats from principle -uccee'.tufr u-ed by :Mother Gray nuraa in I. i ,
.! \ : the Children's Home in No York. eur.Ievensbaess .. mon's .Mobile.: ; New Origans, Galveston.: Palafox street, ha- ju-t ;
i a condition:: brought about |
: not weather-vaiies, which : by
it. aremoved ISaJ'onmch, Teething Uis- .
of Lin'
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II \\.e also liiukfliipiii= direct from new supply u c ;
!r : by every little adverse breeze ord.'rsnuveandregUIata I,- ,troy W". II1S. liver $u the+w tlmoiilali.Bo'A i-U i sal. i{ the rule adopted at the last meetingof Try one of our celebratedII. :Millwbertver we get cheapest Papers, white, blue al.dr 1 .

if.l.. i; Under the caption of "True De 1/". niru unl. At all druggists.: Ham- the Sawn Timber Manufacturers. : freight:; rate Hole s..llinjf! agents for"Abham"l" ', '
.Iiiig Die b Kb K. dJJrl"II..u :;. Wtustfd, I... \ S. Felt Mattresses. Envelopes to match. o\: :
1Jt ::1 mucrac the Mobile Item -- aud'outhprn: Cro s
scores Itoy'i.t. '
a THE NfcHS: above and I! TILE IJKsl: MVKll: IEIIICl: t:. They never pack or grow Brand" Portland Cement, :Maguolia 1 r also Foreign Mail Table'-I
l accuses it
tf'
; Hydraulicatural Cement I' velope to match. I hk: I
; r 1! t. of kissing the Montgomery .\dHr-1 I i, It Kerps the Feet Walm and Dry. There is no need to be miserable if lumpy. Letter than a hair made U't-IH Birmtlharn. :: .
i PenboldcffI.IJlaukl'l1 ? I
t41' t! :' tiser. \Ve plead guilty, the new \'k to-d.iT for Aller's Koot-t ase.a poa(It.r.Itcur.'hdbialastir.dbm you keep your harm liver in good shape.Scarcely mattress, at half the price. etc., hand. -
any can come to your always on
1 l' f !t1Jk! i ..1 t democracy which boasts of neverbaving -\chlna', Piiinp. lestAu ,,11ru s>a.atlnc.Sore>(!!I-t- andMASTERS system if thc liver is kept active .Marston cS, Quina. Correspondence: Solicited. Phone 234.

sy .. I kissed a woman finds no fola e6..e.tur'',. :'..:. 1'1 f 1'h6 ri:!ht remedy at the right nine
< J> I
lower will prove :i iireat benefit: to vou
1 'I'llIE"S cilice, and we
x HEPAl ICUR.V i- that rt-nH.tlv7! It '
intend to keep right with the o.A.3TQrL: :
on make .Swansdown Flour.
is worth U-IUi{ because it will '.
OF i t1d.gaet.ro t
good work, ju-t as long us the dear : you well. . Fears tie .

A :Mr. L. A. Fralei h. r.f :Madison
: t girls will allow u,. It agretiUjjvut:;
i Fla., I have had Of /:/ vi.:
i, sav-: occasion touse
the Advertiser is k!?"in her then HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER.
THE GRIDIRON : HKPATILTP.A several times ..-- --
t 3. we can otler you, too Mi* item, and mu-t say I like it better than

;c some o-culatory bli,.*, as. we thoroughly i any i.ivtit MKPKI.VE I ever used.It : Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansclown Flour will Ml kiwis of chair,

agree with your definition of I out-iUJpl any irripiiii.:': an-wer-i.' -ickeuing th'rurpose effect with- make the best bread that can be produced.VE rocking chairs at ..J111 '
true democracy. THE \ E\\ : has A football: 'leveu, wi.ich shows i
t ii i and I can heartily recommend it a: $ Quina's. Prices ar

f, 1 never deviatEd from the pith of : signs already of having a name for !: the BFST LIVERIEDlt'ISE: I know oL =\\ ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH.01R low.
true democracy, and whether we are Sold by an! drub tiss.
itself soon to be inscribed in the -
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of the one, or whether we are of the I FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEEHAS :
otbbll honors is
f column that
Celni -
i fifty, we are a true-blue denucrat' LOW PRICES
: i your definition expresses our opin- i pored of young men from Prof. Arm- NO EWAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TBI.\L. 'I Hotel Camden

{ ions so comprehensively: so pointedIs I strong's school who are trained :tiniest FOR NOVEMBER JAS. McHUGH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery.

= s ,, Jy aud so clearly. that we feel we afternoon by the professor C'AMIiAL: \B \ 'I \.
every I'hone 105 Hand 10 W Inirndpnt !St
: J could not them
t express nearly so
on the empty lot at the corner of -- M* 'I i I Is Now Open to the Public.
: well ourselves and therefore here'sone

a J for you, Miss Item. Raylen and Chase streets. Each Roses Choicest; *12: ;Bndps doz n.Cholce.t and Bridesmaid !! F. B. BRUCE under the niaia ',;in .ir

---- day the young men show signs of improvement -
Carnation, 70 cents ,
? Mm Life Iu Teril. and it is stated they are drzen. I!MRS.I S. MIMS


; ". "I just" seemed Alfred to have gone all to endeavoring to secure a game with a I These Other flowers dowers in are proportion.the freshest on is tb Silii S ( ad iiiliii& h ( tlu. I

I pieces, Tex.writes, biliousness:; Bee and, of a lame Welfare college aggregation from Birmingham on the the market roid from being Montgomery bu eight hour, the tvu1lnln;? i: ? ; of Pensacola.! Flid.<

back had made life a but den. I on Thank=givin Day. i iI nearest wholesale point to Pensa : RATES REASO:\AOF1. .

couldn't eat or sleep and felt almost I Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
cola.You "
E i '? too worn out to work;: when I began are as npar to the Pen=acolaGr I By the Day, creek' :

'J gr. to use Electric Hitters.but they work. I Hood'Pills
i ed wuuUers. Now I sleep like a top, and feverythius delivered at once. i! Marker .\r-rJ-.
i '. can eat anything. have gamed in : I Ring 'p'jone' 329peuacoia ,
Hammond and Other Typewriter- Typewriter .supplies. All Kinds ofleraIriog
strength and enjoy hard work D not gripe nor irritate th" al:men- : Uriuht.u3.! 32-J: West
.. : Solicited
Leek and K- Fitting. Public
; tar' :aLsl.; They "' .-' \ .,et y Patronage
health and
!*?! & They give vigorous : new (promptly clean e5'-vtuaii ,> and Grt g >ry -'r""f-t. 1 High-Grade Hammerless; Guns Kept for Her t.'Big Supply of Fresh: Shell
life to weak: sickly, run-down peo Oi: .2.v Mrs t'l'LTTEMuRENo: .
all at L-w Pacts. Free Sample! H "O:
h $ d pie. Try them Oaly oUc at W. A. .
i i I .D'Aletnberte's drug store, 121 South Gave Gos&fQrtSold Fresh Buttermilk 5c. a 16 South Palafox Street. !Sunday Rates ;\lad1 !1"v;'

+ e 1':1h.tox street. I. ty all druggists. .Scents. glass I I i at Solomon's. Mec,



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30.1902. i ; r d dt +
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B. FAIRCHILD, W. C. 3\To. QOOa. .t.I : r 1
TWO CHILDREN DR. G. GOLDSTEIN O'NEAL, President f. C. HORTON Cashier ; ,
STEn.ER: 3. J. fOSHEE, ,
VP"OL Vice.Presidenti; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. ; ;)i **( ,


38 EAST ROMANA STREET.Furniture asperiartr. REPORTED LOST TUB WELL-KNOWN AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
frclt Wart and Rtfinishing I AM SKILLI'L'LIOPTIG I j 1.

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YOUNC BABY STRAYED FROM SPECIALISTOP Designated Depository of the United States. :

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R. K. WHITE, HOME THIS MORNING. LOUISVILLE, KY., Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2i, 1902. f


of'ed jflimaUr! : Manufacturing Jeweler IS NOW AT HOTEL ESCAMBIA. Time Loses .... ....RESOURCES... ...... ............ .... $346,35498 Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES... .... ............... .... $200.
and Graduate; Optician, Two of lost children hav Demand Loans ....................... .... 119,94974 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 jf
reports AND WILl
HEM \ ONLY A FEW Overdrafts..... ................ .... .... .... 533.74 Undivided Profits..... ...o....... ..... .... 15.25697
ta. .I..I pllIol "I.. Fn..ifOli.FIi reached the police station within i D.tYS.Spectacles. U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ............ 214,29687 Rediscounts ............ .... .. ... ........... 61071.57 ij 1 'f

re the past 43 hours, and so far as I Stocks, securites, etc.... .................. 2,625.00 Circulation.............. ...... .... .... .... 12 .OOJ.OO \, j.
of ..- yet II Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits ............ .................. ...... 4c5,036,05 I ; j.
learned, neither have been located. I L R. Stamps.......... .... .... ... .... ...... 74.S6 f'

lie usNOTJOMING Early last night a negro woman Ii I Cash and Exchange............ ... .........-17S.8-Ox.9'3 .I i I

'cn employed by a prominent family on i $869,364.59 JSGl>,364.59 I
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North Hill reported by telephonethat I, This bank opened for business October 2.'J, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give r i
I your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
vuen her son had left home and no II f
j I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON
-- amount of inquiries: could locate the II I TIME DEPOSITS. t i

n- j f.I ,' n'IU., the navy department, boy. The police were much concerned I j ',

1i s.a f 1.'y,.'-'I day ago, would indN over the report until they G+2s.s2.5 2.s 252525a5as 2525251 1 I i.j

"' L'!. utt-nant:: Boies, who is learned that the "boy" was 1'J\ yearsof '

3. .),) A" ..,' ., .\ il I constructor, would i age and capable of caring for Ii 'f ;

: Pdisicoli: at least as himself. His mother it seems had ..
I! I '
.j '"
t tI
"" W.. \"ced., : gone home somewhat early and had:: I vs. "I !

w; 10 bat Boies be coni found the house empty. Acting on I I II

i i tiit: until further no. su !Men impulse: she i is said to have I II Blindness. I : ;

I. I orders repealing:: I hurriedly rau; up: the station. C'S252Su25Zs2sr 45 2sas2c I. ,I'

::w.> weeks previously I I At 10;!;; o'clock this morning a report -' The vat: amount of blindness occurs -, ,.

!:.i make ready and: was telephoned that the 2-year- through neglect of an optical .' .
I defect of the eyes not being attended -
,; l.i as soon as pc s old child of Mr. and Mrs. Chas
the
to at time. :
uch
J"1 proper Many FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
r .. nt transfer. I Levy, of &00 East Jackson: cases;: have come under my no- : :
tice. The patient has either been :
indicated that had strayed from home and that it'i'
!
rs short-sighted, loug;:-sighted;: or a?tig-.I t
-.nt herelh: the I had been missing for several hcu s. j iiiatic ill one or both eye, ; but one to ; I e I
alirze: extent which thy say, I is I The Remainder of Our Colored Silk Waists G
,,rk at Havana and I As soon as this latest: report was i their weak eye, the other Laying lit'j 2 7 5 I ; ; ;

: ;:: to have it ready made: a mounted oilieer wa called tie or no defect (and -h "'id! thp!
I of tin weak eye b" short-sighted i it formerly $3.50 up to $6.00 + i
and detailed the Mounted
> -iacoU. This is | on cu>e. : increases: rapidly the eye with: the \ :

w orders and it it j! Officer Reed ithe oue who hurried greatest amount of optical defect : t J
1"1 gets out of u-e ::IlIl:1r: to a i-quiutiug: ;
>:, .wan willS c'.m" I J I to the spot. eye; the siltthua!! quickly::! .'rior- j 1 :

.f "H towed here. The chill is so Yl'ungand =nnll: ate until i; Lists ml }p rceptioa of ', 500 Pairs Boys' Knee Pants all wool 4
I light, $<:na.' sinpla >>ccidfut having;; ,
i, 'K- had been deUil- that it is not thought it went great: oiicurrfd to the other eye, causing! 50c 1- t I

I' acoU instead ofi ways oil, but Mr. and Mrs Levy were permanent arc with a large blindnp-;amount:; Others of dtfcct there iu ]i to 15 years . I j

Hobson, who greatly concerned about the matter both it be I II
i :"T eyes--- may long; !sight as ,

'j- ned, petitioned that: when the child had: first been discovered -I well as niixel astigmatism.;: ; : Theycan I ;
read for some time by holding
,mother po*t. Since ai absent. j i the book very close to the eyes, owing .

1 t t." r it order-is now hare unknown been I I TO PURCHASE-- -- I! (patient:ipparent to: :"p'1m'of consider short.*the ight them-elvcs ciliary) :and thus muscles nearsighted the The Best forking Shoe in the City $1.50 pair I: ; 1


and believe they will im-
mpauy: the dock: to I provo as: they grow older, but it frequently

:i ivy yard from Ha- TIMBER LANDS cuds: in paralysis, of the cilary -
| muscle with total blindness or : ;
**. nIt just sufficient vision to grope about i-SEE WINDOW.fit4W.J.&B. ,
with. Had been I .
and installi spectacles properly t
: r tae :
I is rumored tint an Andalusiamill i,i adapted in time to corrEct the .
: ,i : ''i': has been errors of refraction, they might have
man named Riley is in communication i, enjoyed good sight all their life- '
.
t \ w u td itpama with Parodi & Co Bay time. FORBES. /
$ i
t ;steamerI Dr. Goldstein's system of tests result I I : 4:

I hy i ; ....rful *a- I I Point, endeavoring to negotiate the 'i in perfect fit, compensating fornature' I I'I .
of timber lands held in deficiency, while reserving; ,
'I --- --
purchase -------
:w .. I do the I the adjusting power of "arcomtno- '
i i I
: Santa Rosa; :: county by that company. 1 dation" of the normal eye; the large Sle! Will Krrii Her Word. You Buy Them at thy Boston t-Miue Store, They are Good I i \ II IIIf ;
;Xu'.i-h- requirement ha been nearly or entirely \\11t'1l Urnmlmotlu-r rottininll makes "
:Mr. P.xrodi was in the city yesterday
Vi 1 ,\fl. J 111.irU overlooked by most of the ups tIll her m iul. she I Is as firm us a rock.!
':'id that he had: re-l, ticiaus of the Uiy. Dr. Goldstein'sexperience !
W'' \\ v b> .1'-< acknowledged Nothing ran move her. Perhaps it row (FORCHEIMER'S)(
.. I of six'u.ell years enables ) 0:1 tins account that when she returned t : :
; ; < I It:. : 1t I i..' i-nved a letter from Riley to a friend !
him, by most improvod method and "
I (rum the ci-leliratiirti of the one hundredth ,
I : .it !tile ,i' ;II.-, th ifil.
tuncernin; the purchase. with the lau-t scientific apparatus, | :1J1II \'t'r>ary of the sfttli'inont I i :
w : .:, r, ,.- : X-wOr. I to correctly test' the -izht, and by a i iI RUTHBEZTLAH '
mill is extenive SliruhulUami! mad determined !
The Parodi an of such a i'
I suitable collection of lenses or spectacles I j i'i
,
plant, having good cutting capacity. -I to i>ive relief to and strength-1 I declaration nobody attemptedto i ,
!: tile>. ld.: ''PII the eyes for the varied require-, int'ufnce! Uor."I'e .
f 1'i \ UKII i nave beau I Its situation directly on the menu in pu-fee-ioual or private life j Leon there and it's over with." f L

I, .".r fr '.. e.ifirrh and water and quite near to White Point CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION she said "and now: I'm horae safe after S. 2 DO : I''
_
: I
I
1.D y
.a trie !i uubv tlnn<.r*. all the noise ,:nd! hands and stared F M A !! F
: makes it a tempting investment for FIIEE. .
: relief ,
niia': cut until
; I i iII .i horses and crying children and men
," KlyN Creim Balm capitalists, and it would not be very OFFICE HOURS: Front 9 a. m. to { making speepht's. I want to tell you I A SHOE TO SUIT THE :MOST FASTIDIOUS( TASTE. WD HAVE !
t>- ;i.,'<>, find we have II 3 p. ui. K' um 27, Hotel 1',- .1.1DK.GOLDVrKIN I
'I. vt-r Ilev. snrpriiiiK if the mill would be! included one thin:?. I s'lan't ever go to another THEM IX ALL THE NEW CREATUSS:1\D: : YOU WOULDDO : <
MIICP. ( ) : how
knovuni: ignorant ; -
centennial! in Shrnliville.! no matter
in the contemplated deal i iI I I the average person is of WELL TO CALL AND LET l> SHOW f !
what the circumstances and
I I are no
I
t i Ip.o.Fintl
en- the law of nature, and: the permanent
; ,r which! plea-e send with Andalusia; : man. lujune resulting therefrom, j matter who asks me. Yon children THEM: TO iUl' I ,, .;

i 1.11111.: I find yourt : A rumor from Bagdad yesterday I I and the ofttime-igood: resultgrow! i say: as well bear that in niiinl." -- 1 )
: and most lOutIf of1' ,
) > per- ing reminding
persons '
< "1.1 in the head, had it that the extensive "iuvoic-!< what they ahieads.now, dt--ire* IaIdcn Sol I Tiy Auri'on. I! I J

1 'iurs truly, in;*" of the Simpson & Co. plant and to b"nt.tit them :I'* well ,himself\ .' A singular custom obtains to this day Boston Shoe Store s t
5t. PoTlER,
i I.i.tildIiuing: Co property had been completed and | -- -I In sonic if the towns on the lower :
niririf-nanu-ly. that of "selling"! maidens :
that the transfer of property is now REMARKABLE LAKE. I I
at public awtion. For nearly four I
,
expected daily. Options are ou tile ,: [ i 117 South Palafos.When .
Hoi ? centuries ou Luster \loU4lIy-auetou!
:11:1, at 51' lOo. .
.ia., It is stated A nod, <>\\nlrr \\llh a irons olullilllird I
H'lscount
in Manta ) day-the; town crier clerk of it.
or
i adcat: 'iolvmon's. I <> Suit. !
'
ij j 'that one of the milll; is in first-class': I Goar has called all the I wake with bid I
young:; people yon up a 'i; I i
r
A lake with a salt roof i in't frozen ( f :
condition and could be started in a' unit and it isn't unilerin-ounct\ On the !: together and to the highest;:! bidder sold) taste in your mouth, jo at once to a V'r\\. rt.JLru\( i j ,
." of sterling silver few weeks after the purchase. contrary, this reiunrkili> luke mayv the privilege! of dancing with the chosen I drug store and get a free sample Liver ofChamberlain's | Ii i i a f r : l IlL
r )Veities ito be girl and her only during! the entire Stomach and r"J '
ci-en nt any time during the year, fullyevposed : I Tablets. Ona two does will ,
plell! ;;'. Pries to Frozen Buttermilk, 5c- 'ellr. The fees are put into the public or rt
bein' at its \best ,
even WIWIlI I make you well. They also cure bil-1 I
saucov,at Solomon's. the sun is shining directly upon it. poor box.'HALLOWE'EN. iousne;;, sick headache unit con-ti-1 t NICK'S / !

iI s- Tim \\' nc'rfulllOIty of water H one of ,| pation. All druggists and medicine r ,

the saltc&t of the salt lakes uiul is situated i i dealers., I ,
s (t9l91Gett \
I --
+a/QrQ.ats. .Oto..e.e.o.s.e.t8tC.O.i -- ----
r near Olxlorsk, Sila'rhi. The lake:: -2
.\VAL STOKKSD 1Am I'f.; : I
-=
Is nine miles wide and seventeen long i PII]

i .BUY A BUGGY. i and within the memory of man was ENTERTAINMENT I I 5mrt"tl .IIr--for-- The Sews bj I; TJ m 1 r1 AT\ Jl1 I

.. nut entirely roofed over by the salt i ;
: -- 11 & F
Originally cva;>oration played "

: t!,:*' o-1'rit-o 4 s tits most prominent part In coating the j The Christian Ende'Vorociety! !| w"_.... ........ isia.isia BOalJT.H...... ... II T". I : j'li ; IhI
l.i with salt the
*i1 0 Kioer :, but at present will give a Hallowe'en entertain- 1\0 -.......... .:... a 7a a.. .. .. I ;. I
tl IN CASH $1. tiO tu'i- lie i suit springs which surrounilit I I ..... _. ....._ :I fill V....... .. 1 t:, !I I '
<
A .': i* :are adding! fast to the thickness of j ment at the residence of Mr. C. M. 51.-. ...... ;1 ii'I' E.... I iI I i '

-- eE tljI' (rust i Wilson, on West Gregory street, I g-- .. -_....._. : W u....._... I ,;', 1 1I. DAILY MENUS t ti
In the long ago rapid evaporation of ...-.. .. ..... ... "to L theiOW I .;;, i i
: : SMALL WEEKLY INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS 1 next Friday night. Proceeds derived C"mrriall the ; li
> | tlulikoV! waters left great salt crys- d rIKITs TtiE.1'aolTIlO c It- t'" I' I lT-to-; I
_
S J JI
tals liu.iting! on the surface. In course I 1 from an admission fee of 2;; i j I u Date Dishes thy Mar- I i I
i \, -.--!! ST ASSORTMENT! LOWEST PRICES! ,* 0* ot tine these caked together. Thus the I cent* will be applied to thE society's i ibenefit. Hot Roils, at 5 p- lU lOc i Jt-t5 of the World ;. i'! i'ri i

w.it-rs wore t.uay!! entirely'cwerod.In A varied program H incourse '' doz., at Solomon's., I J AL'opd.Ladies' I 1 1i
'
_i BnERS' REPOSITORYt j 1S7S the lake found nn underground I : I'
of and incidental -
outlet into the river Obi which lowered I preparation games I Watch for imitation beer i i. I
t iN surface about three feet The to that romantic eight; will t I i : a
$ South Palatox Street, Pensaccla. Fla. g ,, of the being passed on the public i! I ;
salt crust was so thie!". however, that be the ordf-r evenini I Ii I PrivateDining : I ;
: Solo XsoxitMVJ : it retailed its old l level and now pre for Schlitz; see that every j ;

t. b seats the curious spectacle of a salt ii i cork is branded *'Sch lit-,."' Parlor. !I : J ;
: H.ckory' Wagons. H. Babcock Co's Fine Vehicles! roofed lake. The salt coat increases i; Fine Steel Die I i ;
,
I .. O sis inches in thickness every year. Thouany Amrrica'ti Famous Beauties !} 11.

: \ THING ON WHEELS AND HARNESS TO MATCH. : inlands with which the lake is i Stamped Stationery ,, : Look with horror on Skin Eruptions; JI' 45'
studded! are Mid to act as braes and i !
I Blotches, Sore, Pi uple? They don't Regular Dinner
h Daily.
:
I ;thtlttt,ts"c+s.......O..8.0+e..e..o......... to help keep the arched salt crust in I havehT T>. n"r wit! inv! r'n;' *hn _
position. I j Is! admired by every onp, and u.cs I'.uchleuVrici' Salvp. It > !t Ii I ;: } 1i

; is all tbe rage; but ha heretofore I/Ioritit' the\: f ice. P:cz-n1:! ..r &,.It! I I Shorr Orders 1 j ? '
I Inronnlilrrnte. I llf.t-ura vanipii before it. It cure- 1'iompcly I I
.
1I1\UQL\HTIH'-\: \ I "I really shall bate leave this hotel been so expensive &i to rare lips cnalted: hands chiihl.ui.Iif.t'.liblfefo. .-. I'ifled. >isht or Day. : j, ( {

." said the weary man to the pro- j, place it beyond the reach of Piles. So.it; W. A. '
, 'SCHOOL prietor. "There is a baby in the nest li'AlM.bTt"drugstore, ll'l South -- ck : : !'
BOOKS' those with a limited
ure.
r i K .
Ifi someth'
room to mine and lie cries all nl ht. Puh.fcx: street. Gooi to Km I
; R. "I don't see why you should complain We are now able to otter the i, )ou A1st..yeu'il fiuu it alNick 1 ; :
I l".l: LARGEST BROUGHT TO PEA J +
: STOCK EVER ," said the proprietor. "His father finest and mot stylish paper, l Til1.! B.\nr;A\CAS. Fh. Oct. I it '
COLA: AND AT LOW PKICE and mother Lave him in the same .. :2-'J, )JJJC2.-:*<,.:.I* I room with them, and they haven't said I with your own crest and monogram It I : IPlj(' HI', will h received until:j I J : ?
Restaurant
GEM : a word." at prices that place it 111:30 A. m., Nov. la, 19ir.! for con- |! 'I ,
.. BOOK STORE. i
.. Istructiu;. plnnibin:!:\Jd pit rtric wir- i j ,
within the reach of all. Drop i stflgle: sets >. C, O. Quartfrs. i I
:b' tvr-)
I : ;/JA l1l' 1.I'
nJJIJ ) .
Refrigel'ator.rW'e7lave a
4 McRee, Fla. U. S. reserverght i
ia and ask to it. It will be Fort j
see
1. ::-.1 f School Supplies. Tabltt, Pencil Penholders, Etc. few left, which we will sell to )eject <-r accept any or all.if''poyi's j)fr f"{"OV )j'ffi f\l .' .
,
a pleasure to us to show you. part thereof. In't i I
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. i at cost. Jllarston I "r.ny
Quina.
| i
iI "rifi'i!!''u furuiifi! on applicailln.1 j .
I f'nvI"' '.a containing i : C.J.J..f3TO'lCA.::;: Y '
, Do you want a magnificent watch !Coe's Bookstore propollllpo ) Beantde :'1r"9li .t's < F :
CRASS R. : "l.d b' mark.'d "Pr 1'1);:'"!: for It c"f;.
JOHNSON for little money? 'if so, call on ,, .. d
.
I Ii l. ""IIi"U.' 1d iro-- d :" W E: | .va! LL..7i1. :
Stephens, the jeweler. He will a:- I .;-.
r 218 SOUTH I'ALAIXJX STP.EET. I: ;oniuodate you. i I!i !' >!*.'.COLA, FLA. 'I toi
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 30, 1902


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11 PABST I NEW MAST BERT [ "A MONTANA BLUFF." f; : PS"

Made SeventTflv I
now Four Trooper

T I II Filipinos Fire. ; '' I Why Bee jseSy'ruof .

I What is regarded' as on? of the tallest -
!, SPKC1AL rKO.KS :'inl"sl'n lJ 'I'1
; i
bluffs! : on record furnished Captain Edgar ,
FOK MAKING: MALT. Iud; chief: signal: officer in the1'hilirii'ir.es ; '
i : fI Its component parts arc all n hohaome.It '
-- during the insurrection, llli r !i.s !
I
_ with a sorry which he told as an exam I t ''r' acts gently without m l'k1Sont after-effects. J

ON A SCIENTIFIC BASIS pkof w e> ip! It is wholly free from objectionable IIY I
\\'e wtre out,;4iJo of Manila !In some I 1 j
I }
little: scrap" said the captain, ":tnl1l : ;. foe-best family I laxative- 1.i' I L 1- .
: : :
In IliU Wae ll\n nrtwf'rylakp'i: about seventy-five natives were lying i i'I I I It contains the 1 laxative principles of plants.: ,

s Hie frame Kind tf titer AH in a trench ahead of us. fchootins: away 1" ii ', ;:: It contains the carminative principles of plants. f I' ;'-
merrily! but not hitting anybody. By '
ti ., Year 'Kour.tl. anti by I noticed a little disturbance In ..;j :: : 1:1:: It is pure. It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are i f.
i i '
our front Presently four Montana :}. ::1 : agreeable and refreshing to the taste. I

+ troopers trotted out of our lines and .: i III Ii.I is gentle. ,.

The following; extracts are cupped started straight; for the Filipinos. Kvtrjbody .:. I ,I I All are pure. ;"
ll
Milwaukee Free Press looked with wonder It is .
from : at them ; I pleasant.
I it,I II I All are delicately blended : !
Now of course, everybody know and waited to see them all killed. Bullets ::1

r how beer is made. Beer i is the liquid whistled all around them but they ; ;i! It is efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. t.

i I .I1 resulting; from brewing milt with never h.iltc-d. Slowly just at a trot, s. ," 111 11."1''

the right proportion of water and they jogged; on toward the enemy. The > : :;I I'I 1 : It is not expensive. Its value is due to our method manufacture and to '
; ; :1 i adding some hops thereto for flavor. natives fired and fired but for some "' Ii''I l,.'
..1' of the combination.
It's like breakfast fond.t the originality and simplicity
cooking ;
} fr ; *I ju-t unknown reason did not hit On and : :: !i It is good for children.
't' t add little
t You pour on the water, a : "
on went the quartet disdaining cover.At .
"
salt and then boil it for fifteen
+ you
:
'
'e r minutes and your meal i.* ready. Of last there was a shout, and to our ;: i; It is excellent for ladies. To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine.

course, if you have pjor breakfast I Utter attoni-hnu-iit we J.<:h'ld the seventylive :. ': '

toud you will! have a poor uit>al ; ali II ni.pinos: suddenly jump out ( 'i" It i is convenient for business men. Manufactured by

-o divi. if you have p'>or milt you of their trtnohes and take to their

h 11 wIll tva poor beer aid vice vera. heels in mad flight The nerve of the ri It is perfectly safe under all circumstances.: I If

,r Ahtre Malt iMade.. Montana tnxji 'rs was too much for I

tbl'w."ht'll they had all fled throw- It N used millions of families the world over. > N ci V PUP ;
1 first vi-ut-'r lun E
a +: .t thing seer f fO D IA
br. @J
r, -. calling the Pab-t Brewii.g ins their rifles away as they ran, the 1 .1

F to r* r ,"'. ,' my i is the building wh"rf the I, trtmpirs came back their arms full of l i I It r-tainK highest, as a laxative, with pIt}'"ician>. '. .a" I
That is \\ hat the called 'a I I
i' >v malt, a distinctively! modern I pun- army r 1

Vi'i' iut, is maJe. 1Il'rHnfuntllt'l I'lI1ttnlLlntr..' It's the sort of nerve g..1 If you use it you have: the best laxative the world '

v .: iatioii in malt production i hay l tb.it Ms a man open a Jackpot on a : I San Francisco, Cal.f.'A .
P ,. f .1 -ii :ureat=: that uule-i; j brewer pair of deuces."-New York Tribune.The k i pr od UCl.5. Louisville. Ky. New York. N. Y. I

t y.. w: "'r mf-Iy pmuiiaking and not I II.j
: 1. .
n't.r
l'ui; ;.tL1; fY.uc J.LJjJ/X'; fits ;
t '.dud11 of exptn-.e. seldom made i I
\\iimrn of Langnm. .
I
; -.tUle kind of b..r (ruin one end k
r ? i Woman saran.without the ballot! .i -, --- J .
; the other. .
; -- rely to J ; .
-
Anti this which London : -
feather Answ
-
of the : .T i
: problem "ufw
i .. : been uudnr getting cotislderatbeu .:rs sticks in tile cup of woman is no :: ..,....... ... -- : ..
,f Lt ov '..Las, Pab-t compauv for many Iet I I less brilliant because! she is allowed to .: v ...t: >. w.;; .;..;;.. l:.:;:.. ..'- ':: ;. :';':';.: .:;;;.: .;.,,:..:...:: ___. -..

var: ;i't-t. Kvt: ry expert! Wt: given wear it only in the town of Langum.In .

:it.."' opportunity of i i r'-eutiug; hi* that little Welsh village: man
g } idea ai to what he thought would bet neither is nor pretends to he. In other'illat.'i -- -- -

tr -' +' cm wl--t and best plau for obtaiuug \ be sorucl.u; pretends' to L(', "WATCH THE KIDNLYS"

j1 t k 1'f' I a malt product such of as the n now Pabst tile corm-i exolusive but :in this sequestered nook on the "When they are allected, life is in I ASK: HIM I'Olt AScientifically Jll'UIS 5t. TRY TUB !NtW V 'W klTG N COLUMN I

;
1; i} i I f pany. No sugge-tions were adopt : IVuihrukeshire! coast: be Is simply Annie danger: says Dr. Aberuethy, the I

;l j ed however, until after tin fire cf Williams' man or Mary Jones' great English; physician. Fuley'sKidney 1
June, man and recognizes himself as such.
r 11KX) whets the rariousutem-I
Cure makes sound -- -
ber*, of the firm met day after day toP I In Languoi woman is the dominating \V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. kidneys.Palafox
round out the scientific finding concerning force in the market; she is the household I
streat.
HARPER
1 I malt: production: wi ich had financier tbe family :accountant j I -
--- ----
fir 7? 1 been gathered from all parts of the I and in fact fills all the positions which I 1' W. B. WRIGHT>> GOffiPHK,
'( I
$ofe$ M t, world.i ." it it it it ... it in any other community civilized or.. CURES WEAK_MEN FREE. I r .
barbaric are established\ by precedent I Igin'lI \ \ .
MANUFACTURERS AND DEAJ.l- :SLUMBER
\
\
r
Inirder to produce good beer,
WIIISU
V rtjyin
to man. Whether be of Languni lusutes lone and a Happy Home : 'e ,
.fi""d milt is absolutely f'lItl.ll. ;tS; --
r i Ft.. Ti"! methods employed produce has resigned or been divested of all responsibilities :' for All I rrJ'I: : LATHS

I *he: "new malt," concerning whichEuropean of life is no part of thisFbry. How any man may quickly cure himselfafter 1 T'- ,
of <>utl>rini from s. \ 'al f'
i years ;

;a, r 't I 41..rir.. [: : are brewers far in advance are: -ilready of eft'ill-j There is another Important fact In etc.nes-,,and lost enlarge vitality mall night weak losses orjfaii", \ to'I'ak-I full l l I, t; rD: .all LJ} SAWED GYPRE S SHINGLES> :!:.nPENBACOLA. : : 1 L:,

+ : !u!:? that h.-.s ever been u-ed I.iiiiKUiu life-ojstors. The place is famun step .andipor. Mmplyend y"ur name t/ l
: and address to l>r. Knapp Mrdicnl in., !r.-W tr ? rt
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; r i r- I for them. nut Languui; oysiersare !lull Kuilduu'. DKroit. I'h.. and they :- -<<: I -., FLA. -
.> !Pl: every I larrtl of "Pi.bn" i i.1II"W I I in no sense rivals of LllIuw0- will Kindly stud fr...- r>-..eipt tech toll d.c.t .c.. !, < ;/4-;-;..::' .
,i lIf h:8 brewed v:11 theicvt tnulti.i.l thins so that any innii may muff o.irn,mSHllathome. J I --- ---- --
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I, Oiankintl; their proverbial dumbnessprecludes rh' 1-"i'fllunh'lt n"'-t a M- f It' \ mss'
i- generallytyled "P.tbst.w \ I
j1W i that. rrouolrrrnudthrflDiau.rxtrrrhtak, n I. ,": iili\ Medical Society Attentiun. I NOTICE OF ELECTION.
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4 ii U.ilt leer, and Hi rr.vehtillll l in from th''lr duly mall snow s hat in.i i.:..ik .tt k'il cs p .. I .
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There will be of
i i'" .in of br<"viuir. It i- ibolntelyr of tlieirefneronv."linar ow a regular: meeting liirida.I'.i. .
>. Ne\tport'a Arrhltrrture. S.rs Plia-jp accept inv ,ituvreI ,, t -ifdr'! I he Peasacola !
? : pid uperior to anything! ottert ,. Hociety at. U known that I. II \
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thanks forours rro-iit I liac.' .. .
: :.. the market The cottngis of Newport afford a gu; '>-nyour trratmcpt n tliomti.li! ;..- ami 'I, ;=- : y tap' ,)ardf Health 03'ce at "I 1' Sw'rrtaryurralr f t1: >. r
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,t ; }%; ti.t A. FRIEDMAN. etranze commentary upon the contr.i tbc bem-tit has been pxtrttoriliiiitr it ha-. I i clock p.m. Tuesday Nov 11 and :Yoe. do hereby g v.> notice tiiit .IbNERAL
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.' .mplet..lbrae..d I i i-t i : EI.L iI"N
me im as
t Wholesale and Ittjil: : A"I t. >tin a ta.tt.s of tile American nation. up Viaitin'< physicians are cordially .
t I Mgorous" as whi-u a l Soy and >ou "linnll Distilled, inritpd attend. will be held In K-cntiil., i r.
t : Their heterogeneity were impossible rvaii.TOW: Imcpj I ant" Horida. on Tuesday n-\: I'
"Unarhirs-\ rll..tbd\\'ork..d bt-nutl- I I DR.W. C. DEWBERV, J.r.t IonrlY In :l>o\.mt.... \
in of stttled culture in
L'+ 1 a race a I full '. Results were exactly what I no>'drd.Mrcngth I Naturally Aged, President ail Tuesday being the
A race of common blood.! In a eouutrof and rigor! htrotucli'tch t.turned I
DP. L. DEM. BIXJCKER, FOURTH U.1lJJt' NI.h; I \!
l .: .V fw uj'iriiniir-j ao, after a night: of i Huiitfdickt.! Cut the United States I and"* enlargement is entirely satis \, Absolutely Pure a25ttf .
factory Sbcratary. For Representative r !
one t
,! 1 tt'M'ieiiul and rain. a workingman i lis a nation of nations. Its people are I "Hear Mrs-Vourswa* received and\ had 'I gr."ilonal District of Fl',,r, nest Anti SAloi tar all .
\\ :IS :ir''uy a screpiug vunJ at I not Aiiitricans, !but Englishmen: and no trouble In MiHkini a u-" "f Hie! rtiript fib i Coni res i directPd., and can truthfully%' it I.l a boon \uuw..aa.. t'or5ecrt'tary of State ,: t
41v tin- tlor of Uls: cottage 1. t'n b liking j Scutsuieu. Frenchmen and Germans. tone: k turn I am greatly impru\td inMZ For Hale bvDannheisser Florid i

t out lie found the noise was made ha Italians and Spaniards of the third or I <*.strength Ind1"or." I I II The undersigned! takethlmethod For Comptroller of tin 1-: >',
str.ii'xo donl.... .. He drone the :innuai I All corre>.p fourth tenth tile ,
or generation mailed Dialed '
: says in plain ruvdupThu the State of Florida.
r i 'nth' time! tiuu.'s l but it rt'tunuilfaib'n II:1rt't.. Their taste in architecture I p.ii'ipt i- free fi.r the akin and thi'> want I hsi licpned midwife, hay. For two lUllro.'tJ Cummi -. iBtateof -
; t every niitu 10 !Ia\-.. It.The I ill;: had 35: years experiencp. Kloridii.
j iii.il at last added! to the IIP-MUUS i
born the .
is a taste that was on
j I Can give best of references: from For State senator for Np "! i -
t, f 4 ,' uoivt- :t jilauitivL iiKiuiiiii'4., :bliouinu' as l sunny Mediterranean shore, in cozyNorui'indy loading physicians of this city.: Hl>trlct of the State of fn[ II.
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J" L r 111.11:11 as IT vas able I that he was to I : orchards, in cla: MC Spurn: Star I MRS. M. OIODEXP' !I st tor.natives tnoMemberiiof of the state the ut r no:('1'.1,1.:

I t: u t"lIuIt down lli-' l' a.1. I i and Italy, in baronial Scotland and Laundry jltf In South IeViilie iSt. For Tax SRenfeor.

;' t' 11-. 01 I:>1 sup tad l "n rt'iu-uin a clump I| England.: It is revealed in tile chateaux I for Tax County Corrector.F'ur Treasurer..

,I' t'hi!' ; 'x l.ru li\v.'sd luau a little the castles, the \illas. the loggias If you want a nice present to give I For five County Comiui'--O'.. -

< i Ii i itaiiKlvd. wiiii-h !ht' uniwtliatilyi of Newport Soulle andVel- Biggest Busiest Best !I"I to a friend, go and look through; the of.Public'ortbtflem..mOt'rloI ntruction. tll. i < ui I." .
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*r i. :."',)I. The liKi'.lu-r donkey shoved t.e.'I k, Florence and Talai. here stand I elegant line of editable articles at For Justice of the Peace n it:. 1 ?

+ I if I'.itot delight: lu-Uiu 1 aiid ftmiii I side by side on the same strip of grass. J. I. Stephens, you urely can find'' following No. I. Justice District., '../ .
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+ '_' the little '.ii tie \\lnnu >lu- hail I I'l'larat..ti only by a grille from Venice: something to please yon. If you No. 4.ForContehle. .

u'J>'I Ip''d] rescue: so wontlt.'l'fulI)'.-lIome1 Il.r Antwerp. I want anything iu the Diamond hue Justice Districts,In vu.No. and. :-r t "

:\\1' ,,. I I They Speak be sure to see him before you buy. I.o.3...
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loch loft the \rk: tin April 2l. No.4.No.C.
Tli- re \rr\o rradlr In Japan. !Cot is the narKilIn I
I Saturday April I. day want bedstead
.ia.1U does nut know the cratllt' .\. If you a good No. n.fbrattentionofA.
; all ancient calendar! as 1"IMU: Ie: .'
I in: ...I"'S made! a cup ut his hollow f for TheiDsekes nice Crib for the 1 .F"-.
one clam| whicb Noab and! his f.tiu.lx:! I or a tti<- law reci'jirlnK them t.< ..
,! E lia'i'l! il.u) the Japanese| luoiiirr Il.tl.'S! I quilted the ark after having: wt': '.-ii'?>i! ; the aid election to be pj>.n. .
: (I baby, ;o to .1ltrston $ paper printed the COlUlIap..r !- ,
.. < '.i'ilo wilt the bark of an older '
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the sit-;ge of the !Tl'Utlm.I' 1'Ln 1 tl h} la the county If f.: r
I1- t d.i! ;ii!.!, yn amSiil! iiui;', (Idi:.:btful cradle Is ma>'ked in all ancient cleuf.u:! -. i -- r We let the Shirts Collars Qulna's. puhlikhpd in the county I'M, t,
Il'alttIv, cuplei of this '
\\ l 1".1' 11 *'.' \ fn'Ui: !M iriium: to night pecially British as e rl".IIo.: N. .:.i. il< and Culls we Liuuder speak for I in fie moat public place not? in t .

: ti .iiiil !10.: iu i I' t t' ,"II'all\' : reeked : area: the! ITtli of March! tbn'i.> t '.\ iiiwb.eii '. tliftn-elres. They will talk louder kVEEI I In T".tllltooy'hl'.r...'. I h.t\.
I.-rurd-\ hand and aflt-t! i
\ LY hCFIIIJULIG my
r Ill. I.) tI" !: "' :a'1I1 spurts : Ninth his f.llIih:11,1 t1! .1'i :.;: < than we c in. We want to be judged [1.,1] of the Htstwol rJ..n". < "
4 'it' tin) il.i> un':! 'i I." ,, > I' Hit'llt and loving I nVuiti- collfs-'lion of' iiatun: !I. -I. :, I FOR STEAM UI7I5ION : lia-iee. the i ap.llI i -
Y more by the w<>rk we do: than by dayolNtpteteh., i'
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? !l t .. ...I, I p.! i I' nun I i...: k <.f ' is its 1'l.'f'II\'US, : set sail, belt: tit -urn.'rt . '. fir' 'red!! .\ll.-it S. .A-liluoiJ M. I i what we say.I : .S.CjL.tIICTltICTtUMlrt.: ht M, ;. -
a the s: tae class of early pr.'iti-il:!! 1 liter I ..
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I II UAILWAY COMrANT.Tralni To George E.: !coati r: '. F-
r 'ii ; D 'u I Souaco.The tun' as introit Xo.o iu an;t. "tbe tll 1:ij I,I i I I olliilt. .'
-ielt --- of Xoah's entrance into the ark:' \\' ntb'se .\ leave Pen ..cola for the Llttl
..t ; Itabhit'.Ittetdrir. clays were chosen as the oinop.m --. i ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Calif t [for and Mttttt Free. Bayou fort Big Barreocae 1I\\ou. WarrJ:1gtoIl at levy \ nand I

;qt I t : r I "\\1I.lt is an iiifttlote! ?" asked the which: the supposed embarkation I TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST. 1\:." ..m.arrlTe at Fort Harr nc:.. 7:15: *.n rte\ EveryVoman
to.i "IM tr.tI' .
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: s ., cud debarkation were made are eni.mts :. I loU C.m.arrl\\! it Fort Barrancai lO:4t a.n Is" ,t< i ;: -\ short funny tale." answen-il Jctn- which the auUquarlaos have not I, 1Vapm.errlveatFortBarrenoae: Ii5pc !\ .1... .. .
1: l I WALKED INGRAHAM Manager. i I BiO: p. m. arrive at ton Karraocas 4:15 p D: .' r II' }MUmiNhirl.no ,
nrr yet suln't1.1".lIoI.t.. ::5 p.m. arr1n av hort Farrancat Tuxtpc. tt- .L".... '..,,,., ,., ,
1 : I, b.il's rihl: ," scud the teacher."Now. I 1>:uup.m arrive tort Karraacai Htfipn: ", I' .. .L':!
: Johnii)". yon'thIY' write a sentiiuv That Lend 10 Ilrntli. I 'I;I Trains leave YoU Barrancai 1'81111 .t- -
cola ati .
on the hht,'klHI.trd. entainiug; the Profs <>ur Mivnrt jned that there i i I.',........."',r..lt, -
W'I'll are "jl1otlUrts" that lead to death !Is f:15a.m. arrive' at Hoasacola ...... 8:00 \. b l II II.,'''''..... '"PI',' ', j"'U' -
a + t .A. JMr..A. i UJO p m. arrive at P.I&&coa..Il66: p.n hUtl.arwe'a.: r ,
.lo'iriiy!! hI's'tatrd a moment and then 1"lil.l1t to adapt thl'DlSdH'- to a change: very !1271 p. m. arrive atPeDtaecla.._._ l:46 '.a Ot,.:.rr.. but rrt'l.I=.LpM... n. \
crt.!n. ".\ rabbit: has four legs, and onwnii of l' !" 'llIll"tUIH'I'S"1lgratllr: quail bj 6:IIO, p tl1 arrive at f..a acola _m. 5:45: p 11I >Iu*" l.le-i..m"u..lII..nt1'i-rotl-.-- d...1.nn. a 19. (v atk'UUvW /
TOU p. m. arrive at Pf nt VCOIC.___ T.tC p. Jrc
.I..ll.." thou"ands perish iu the deserts of ''PITCKSSOK: To AVERY \VOOLFnLK.. bna.MIaa1LO.rN
)) I 'StS p. m. arrive at Peuilcola_ t;K:) p.r .
a! New York
r'm TlmfollSldr"
nortlieru _Africa where their! ancestors. .tlaturtla1.0r.11 ..=:I
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A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT. used to find a comfortable[ winter resort IMPORTER AND JOBBER Or j I lest FOR WICK CATS.

Mr. Owen Dunn, of Ileutou. Fer- abounding with forests and even Peniacola to Fort }!ar.alca.and retort idI \ DR. KING'S
if't' shall credit: I to Navy Yard and return_._.
with ;graiuhrlUs, HARDWARE.: fenacola iuPeuiaeoU
., writt- "I have had
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: <: to Palmetto Huoh aad retarn IkI TRY HEW DISCOVERY
c ,p4 tidKcy :and ol.td'Irr i trouble: for rears, tliny's account of the Nuniidian coastland. !
t a'vi it bc IUL' #,1 lHd tl"it I'a ". The forests are gone, .but myriads I I St1! DAY 1CHEDUD

utilised to get ni; at lea-t a d"*zen of qua.:I still follow in the same Iron, Nail Axe.. hoI I Is. Saw Mill[ and KttamboatStippli I when wither. prraii tae rannlng t i FOR THAT COLD

t :. lr : f"t tL:"; a 1ll ;It. F never rtet-ive.l anyjvrr.unent route at the risk of starvation. *;-, (.'"tkiuand Heating Stove, Paint, Oil I, open coaebas.Leave Peniaaola. Lv Toil B rrnnn I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

; : bent fit irotn any ii. di- Window Olays. Guu, Pistols and: Fi-hin? Tackle. I 8a.m. n a, =:. Cures Consumption'
Line until I tried Kuiey's Kidney I|I 11 a. m. ti m 'I
m k I r Cur-5. After nirtwo [)bottle alit T.ribeuf A I.OIIB interested Grrvn in line that bill you Agate And Tinware ana Ilonsefnrnishing Goods.XS !I I p. m. I Iran p.mIp.1i1 Colds, Lronchiti3, A-1'i'II' ...

g cur..j.Y.. A. D'Alemberte. I lil S.
f voted for" said tbe first councilman. L FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO\IPASY-Q:: Ip.m p.m. PncumoniaIIayFes-rI'I! )"it
1 Pal.i'. .
,, ?x street.0v.sTon.iA. ip.m p m.
,, ":,un'," replied the otber. "Don't Revere Giant !twitched Belting, Northampton Emery 6p.m. a p.m. risy LaOrippe( Hoar"-eit"1'.
it i kkt you suppose I know that?" Wheel Co., Laftin & Hand Powder Co., hnon'3 Kil- I p. m. tn.rn. 11

? ;,, t, "Dd be ask you personally Vo vote -omme, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges Wm fesneolato PAa1 lea C5DA7 Sore Throat, Croup aWhoopbg
:ortBirraaoil Parr
iI 1i.9 'S : I' +,, 'JlSis.' ." for it?" Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Slasury'j I ard and retnrn-._.____ IfcPeniaoola Cough.
u ; Made Railroad Colors. to Palmetto Eeaali:: Cal
"Wdl-t'r-he : handed a
#fJ Just : me r.'urD._______ UcNolrelrht NO CURE. NO PAY.
+ t tI. ( note."-Remittee Journal. Masonic Temple 1 Pensacola Fla rEE.I !!
Md.( elred after 1:15 p. m. : Pric 50c. and $t. TRIAL BOTTLES

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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3D t902. + rI t

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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.Snow TNTY\\ Y&&RS& AITER i J.' .j J iPt j S f f'I'm

Jim Dumps said: "Doctor, I'm worn out; fell in Buffalo. N. Y., today. .I

f I I need a rest without a doubt, The thermometer at 8 o'clock register.ed ,, .-
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And yet I can't afford the time." 34 'grees. [Copyright, 1902.:! by C. B. Lewis. \ JI :

Said Doc. : "A nickel and a dime The Pope at Rome today received In the spring of ISoO; a whaler named I I'I'; ', i

Will stock you up again with vim. Archbishop Brulschi of Montreal, in the Emily Benson loft St. John's, N. ; i "l 3a

Eat 'Force. '. He did. He's private audience. The pontiff is reported F., for a trip to the polar sea and was "I i ; .

"Sunny Jim." to be in splendid health. not heard from. k4I I ,'
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i About 2.000 ship yard joiners on the i Seventeen years after the sailing of i :

northeast coast of England have struck the Benson the Discovery set out from for Infants and Children. j'

work as a protest against a 6 per cent the port of London for a polar cruise. I -- f
I reduction in their Cntora! to; a harmless substitute for Ca-tor Oil, Paregoric 1 I
wages. She was sent out under the auspicesof Drops and hoothmjr; Syrup It is ('h'as ant. Itcontains 11 I j i,

Reports are in circulation in financial the Royal Geographical society, and neither Opium Jlorphino nor other Narcotic I I j
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circles in New York;: that plans ara when nut hoard from for almost two Mib..taiK'o. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness I ;

..I ySfr being discussed for the establishmentof It cures UiU'rhH'aul \\ roil Colic. Jt relieves Teething ,
vessel called the Rescue
was
years ?
the Mexican Troubles and cures Constipation. It resruUtes the :
currency on a gold dispatched to look fur her, and I was
basis: Stomnch ami UoweN:, giving healthy and natural bleep.! : x
one of the crew of the latter. Reaching The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. .

FORCThe A meeting of the general passenger ; North Lincoln we searched the : ;
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agents of the trunk line railroads has coast The Kind You Have Always Bough !

been held in New York to .
considerthe On the fifth! made find.
adoption of an interchangeable day we our Bears the Signature of
Roady-to-Scrvo Cereal We had toiled to the crest of a rocky I
mileage ticket system for trunk line
territory.It range, which crossed our path and extended i

inland a long way when threeor
an antidotefor is said In a dispatch from Londin
four men simultaneously;; caught
that Stuart and Menzie, of Glasgowand I
the rest need. Lloyd, of Birmingham two ol sight of a ship in a bay a mile away,

the largest steel tubes but which scorned at our feet. The l''
of the United
Kingdom have amalgamated with first thought; was that we had traveledin I In Use For Over 30 Years. 'it iter

Sweet, crisp flaKes of wheat and malt. capital of $7. ()OooO. a a clrcl.' and come back: to the Res .,_.". COM..M,, 1.Mu..v n .rrT, .rwo.. r.T..,., ..... '
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l'IHI..tit the second showed
Manager McOraw :glance: us '
of the New York .
National League of Baseball Clubs, hasannounced that this craft was a full rigged; brigand t !
V'ses "Force" In Ills PrActice. the bay was a strange ono to us. THE NEW STORE. i
that the spring training of GB.gOERY" t-;
i:: K.>n e' In my practice here and rind it an ('If':-)' We cheered and WI\ ed our caps, and ti i
'I" toad, both for the wellmil the sick. the team will be done in Savannah, every Cia!! of us was highly elated as i
W. H. WV.STT, M D Ga. After two weeks there the club
hurried down the to
\vc along Mope
will go en a southern trip. bo-rd; the stranger. The thought that WILL MOYER J ''r

Preparations are being made by the she might! be a derelict did not occur I t i

:ii Japanese: students at Yale, says aNew I to any t.e until W,' were dose! upon! Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock ,, :

'+ '1':1:FALL COLDS. Rer-Uuvit It. York Times dispatch from New i her. The bay was but a cove, not ,
'>I ie to hang on all I "\.Vlu-re; did J that child get her man Haven to elaborately celebrate the I i: more than; an aero in ostfnt. The brig I of Fino Staple and Fancy Groceries. I '; i ;

reds of pneumn- ners V""N.1 birthday of tie Mikado, who. onO"l.. was not lying in the waters of the! rm eat No 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block. I I':

a from my side of the Louse. 3, will be 50 years of agp. The exercises all, but among the rookon the' '

,< > .n-iir.iption. Focares -) "\\hy notr"Because will be held<< on the campus onSaturl1a shore fifty foot from flwtrr.: Si.e Tl.hi'IfONE 3.7. I } :'

.I- r":ult"quickly. It iI i- she basu't any." Cleveland }'. lay vl.h her head to the north rvd t .. '

: .-I and tested 'I Plain Dealer. Old Ta'ubey. chief of the UinathUtes. had only a :iat!: list to port. Her P\1\ i l't'J I : i ill

1:1-: tn> "j'i'it's I for as far back as the memoryof looks aloft. told us the story a* we U AA( & U li1 1 ;

-: inate.V. A. In writing,: a I letter the :great genius is j I the oldest' inhabitant! runs, is deadnear cans to a hp.lt. Her sails hail boon I a ; ff

!I' .Ufux. I the one who remembers what should j White Rock Agency, Utah, aged fur'.od! and stowed as if the work had i WE EXPECT TO :SUPPLY: A Ml'CliGER TRADE :,f ;

be left out.-Cxeh: .e. I IFoley'g 104 lie been done in a gale. N"no lied! blow; n I I
years. was in the
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__ early daysthe but all wore rotting on the! THIS \'IX'1'ER'1'HAN K\y'' l'l-'>'t ll'f: tr IiI1
= _-: : special! friend of Rrigham Young; away
T.LL. Horey lUll Tar cur,-; : I
j !!8!:(': j and! did much in his time to preserveprier yanK: : As wo stood looking up a gust
... i'uglis UIJColdsandprerentspeen- i 1 between : of wind bronchi a cloud of black: dust SEND US YOUR ORDERSThompson NC31.te ,' i
l'S7'-T mniiia. Take no substitutes. W. A. his people and tho \ I :
: I down in fticos. Hero and there a
('{ i 'Z: I'AlenherR.ii :. Palufax. wuitrs.Louis: our : I
1 mod/J I Ir' Richiaan. loose roll wsswinging about like a Olsen &:: COIl, I r
Ii a wealthy manufacturer .serpent !pended by the tail to a

i of New York, and his wife have limb but the rigging as a whoe! was Manresa Street Telephcjie 147- I f' ; '

t ........ ,, !h'n> indicted by the grand jury of this __ : ,_ _
.. ... =='....==.', :.nr-.. 11-: rf :-. .':::'. _..... .. ; in fair sinpo-that: is. it seined to l e- -
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: .:.;. -- !; county, says a Times disjwtch from f. I
ready
but later on wo found every rope
Watcrtown. N. Y. ESTABLISHED 186 i
on a charge; of to part at the lightest pulL ........ ,
T'J'IENTYVORDS grand lanvny in the first degree 'n We had tome her broadside.( ----- : ,
upon
f ELI iiFO ; having stolen a diamond necklace One of the men walked down to her I McKENZIE OERTING & CO., r

valued at $.:;.lIun and $-127 in money, stern and stared and blinked for five t

tt:j : (:I the property! of Mrs Delabajre. of New minutes before he could trace the faded I 0 --DKALK38- 0 : r

I I It Torte \Iexandria flay! on July 1. loiters and mako out "Emily Benson,
and General Na .dare i :
: St. John, X. I":" She wasn't a RusSian Shin Chandlery _

t\\ TWENTY CENTS. (H f) M110RE 51000. !but a Newfoundland whaler and
l in sight on her 803 AND 005 S. P ALA FOX' s11:IIT.; s f i
oat
'l'all'r.ot a was
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W. \V. Baker of Plainview Neb.
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davits, while; her rudder had been carried 1 ---- vo-T3Tca: ""r.- f.
writes : "My wife suffered from
\ away and several planks above it REVERB COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEKLING'S BOJiH CO.'8 J'I 1

., ,'.v St"d i. the I\1LT \EWS 0" Cent a I' lung trouble for fifteen years. She crushed in. Night fell as we stood I GALVANIZED' WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHELft !:SON'S PCMW.jjsii ,
tried! a number of doctors and spent decided to I .
.. 'wonderful: : results There is 110 there and it was put up 'UUI hrjl i ? : 9i!! Sutlcil t! injlrttt,1. ij Jiirti Jetton fftiln) < : s -
J over $10<>0 without relief !She became our tent instead of ;going aboard. No I '

." 'luau i. the state for realizing a want vtry low and lot all hop. A one h'I'U looked over her rail yet. CONPAsMlf.Ieit.l"TU ( i

,'J .'oillum,.. lYH friend recommended Foley's Honey The mate had affirmed that nothinggrewsmue ; I MaKenziB: Oertin? Collecting; Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent As&! ; :
;md Tar and, thanks to that great ciation. "
could be found aboard, but
remedy, it saved: her life. She enjoys I I i!
I '.VE YOU A WANT ? :_ better health trnn she has be bail no relish for making an inspection \ '' 1 i
candlelight I doubt if ;
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known in ten years. Refuse substi by THE GARDEN SECTION ; i
..- tuteV.. A. D'Alombertt, 121 S. any man in our party slept fur more ,
I Palafox street..U'.lt than an hour at a time that night, our :
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,; A \'t I i Notoriety Wanted I tent was pitched within five foot of the o-OF-o j I
1 M ".1'1. and while the air was perfectly
3 t. d.! i OpiliionVauted.. !' 1IJM FOK \ 111 !)(il\S' .-.r. IFezisacola JEPlorida/ : :
.... still till'01.1\ was intense, the thermom ,
i G \\ 'II : partner Wallted.o --- --- i
eterliiwing! dogrtos below zero.
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: AV 1 Quiltertauted.\ t :ins ai'd then the ice in the bay would Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. '
c ,
E : : 'I' \\ .1. Room;; Wauted. lH v r i :,n-k hue the report of a blunderbuss! I : :
Sour Stomach /
H F ,J. J: If'' '" 1//1. I Servants Wanted. I tit !iule the frost pout'tratod the plunks: I Beautiful Lots for Sale. ; ,

,: ( I'. r" I Teams Wantell. nf lie derelict: and produced strange I II'

H.:1. Uuionmen Wanted.I k i \ritr I wen Induced to try: .MHCA- tutu uncanny noises. I remember thatI. 40x137feet at from $75 to $200 each accord- : I j ,
when
indeed
for one, was glad daj- ,
I "r i.: Vehicles Wanted. JtrTI I will IK 'e ''It' 'titi'"II! tUcn 1.1 the Unlike.Ur I'
1 ,\*>r wai err uai] Klmi>. :Ihmy headAcIH limit came :Ilill.I : ing to location and surroundings. .
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J R Wives Wanted. m 'd. am!II'i UIBI maul irual'ir" Nun since tak- 1 to't.l 1
fit}- brig I'> so high that we had .
Ing' f-cari'i I f' I II'1< wife b.f-uKo uscj"
K : : \\ L Xpenence Wanted.I '.' : them uiih Of uen idi rrs ills tor sour stomach.. I to 1"131'bf'r by clambering up the Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View

1{:I l L tit' .,.t" ym're wanted to ha\ (:) I Jus KUEULI; i/Jl i-juureu ot." M Louis. :llo. "f,' elulii Wo had pictured her dork I High, Dry Fertile Land, .

rJ1 1'i 1'.tHI. Z.l t'ulu-h:: to place a a M'f"io itf desolation !but v.-o wore i I'I'I

CANDY .ii.ioo.iMy: disappointed. There was I f ,
1 _n -- :m CATHARTIC dis The grandest opportunity for investment ever 1
I I"' 'J' lltilo disarray, but no saHi ;> I ;

.:.'1-I I' might; have IHVII oxjiootoil. The cfferod in Pensacola. : '

i r SPECIiI RiTES BY TN 't't'J i I''I iitiors were shut the hatches ou 1 I .;.. .;
t\,1 r,; n lJ t f ------- ----
I I1F'Is nnl'lfl 1S : !h, ,1 I. I drawn OUT the fo'caatio. lit r Rome Seekers Should See These Lots. '
'J 11I.h 1 t 1 WEEK OR SCHTH (t rRADt MARK R1OI01TRDPleasant. \ \Miks; were still standing, and tho I t, .

t. .. .. ... ;".- K. li'o! III which the blubber was -
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. : =:;; "''I. .. .A.u C I bIRO
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;" ;-:; .w.t.:; ::;: :::: : 'h! I was: half full of a substance rin/8a s .

Palatablp Intent Tanc GOOd no \> .ii !II had once boon oil. The scuttle
loud NeverMckeu. Weaken or Uru )1. -.t Hie I
1 ;,!n or; oask holding drinking water Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
I Ali\ \.I... 'j.IIII.,.... l.lltlfl-. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ,
.. ... .. uas simply a Leap of rotten staves, If'
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I @'.rU.. IUn.il { .u, UI. ti l.N. '.rt. Ill <
\' ,, ';;Knglnei"who; I I"J' .irii: I lie sane: vas true of the beef bar-
() LASH OWNERS OK HK.\LKKS- aand KKKNT. Wit. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKE JK., t '
: I:. l.iunliam: last I HO-TO-EAC ri gnanutei by all droK' ,1'1'1. Hero aid: three wore rotten spots ,1".0. J. 8, REEBB.President. ,
I ttaveyousawtuillorTurprnttne Lauds I t;1.Hi Tubr.crn UablL. i '
vtll at the cilice1 1I1.IUu vio';.'--I'rfi<;nt. Ct.:'iler. Asa't C 3hl rT3T3TIXZ : ', '
-,' for sale? If-owniM full pnrliculitr. hox: i .., | in her deck pllllkIud the fo'ea.Mloj I
n buildioK- '- '-"'Gg.R -!
ISotf ; JueksouMlle ."11.. :'iiolw dot k -\as almost hidden from sight by
t( c: j
-- ----- i .,t2 ,I hi- growth of (nn-lIlI. Il.id the fight !
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i 1 > .' LIiNI' .. ___._..ii.vuc__... _(._.OOU___uu... .._.__ ..1 1 F.. E'u I Dt \:\ 1.1 '.. :IL' I lit u> .Tonpod together in any one spot iFirst N atioll8J Bank. I I.cr I.
tl i
1'I, :proved real \ SARAH BlilKVE.VauniaoturrrJ ; !;: ? our milled; weight:: would have broken ,
f .,1 1 amouutaHt I's'l IRS ld dealer 1C Hair lIood;;. lists Toilet I IArtlt3letl Taca= :=: :=- L C"..72'C.rSt.'tiwTJG Ji,,' tl.'oK beams, and had we swajod
f i I.,' IIII E. liatrUli,\!to.,8.'v W. Uoveraratatitreet. ; 1j
i I' I'a.afux M.,IIro.\l.5'1 ire :ht tTaf f fitl itL till i-n the! rigging i ; we could have lnosuiodI I PEN8EEOL4.rLL.. i
I I I !I nil tli- chain plates and porhii I j ;

CUT 1 'l..OBUS.. U:5. l bro,!. 'it down all the yards end tic I .
'J M>U need nionejTamount i I : OT10 nn i : '
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----- -- ---- -- ioptillant: masts! on dock. Our first
f' I. I '.'ill lowest you want rfties I UT KI.O.VK1W and Moral Lerlgnc- I I; EVf$ EY ,, ;, E !r. rIII I j move was to outer the cabin. Th.'rl' .. i WM. H. I SliOV/LSa.; : \/. A. GLOUNT. ;?. C. ERJ ;CI. H. It. HY2R. JfcD. j i I
f
I' mproved city real! (, bpucial "lehigtij ordcrt-d cur castomrup !$ x-.p1b't''' ,y"". ,.i!! doors \\', rradMy opened but wo had! Q. KHENT, i 1
I
\; di-Y
t 'r. -in}, boutb I'ftltt-: Ku' YI"ItUIIlureno.lI'l1 \\ cstV Illt'K..r ,I. en I I .
In-tJ J' 10n.. ;WI" in Maud aido for ten minutes on ac-

t I '"ldt'I MONKYrty - X1'.11'.I i ). I 5? cionsy iucd9.fjsudisa Ct.tllr I eo'int of the unpleasant od-ir of what r I.I fd I II I !
I I i l
}. ;s known as dry rot. and a breath of it I i3ki 1e2 i& 'tfh ii'sii' [ t
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yyl
w: '"y ur 0" sell> real pro-I --' --- :: ; iecc d23 d f ty BJJ5i.it j 1'101! .ft! tli. lungs like smoke. < ; .H iPjlii it
Ao.Tl<:II-\.a k..3C Ot "XF'.y bees
I'.:<.criptioa xra aott..ndl'd, 10. \ i bo tl.... B.A bkIKDM4N. C01AM'K1 \ ,t ', chydckrjj t.J tha: &.;;.1 f fa | Th! s'!:;:Kght: and windows: bad been I
I t". WAtsua A Co. I .%.t. .d Ei ( cch'uFXirs lii-ed and sealed, and the cabinas W31r!!.",. o-rn Bill of Exchantft on Great Britain, Ir6JS.l.6 :! j I II
;0' AIt"ot Pr"se- I : >--| lrL Hlll/t"r : w.' l'av.ck: .n- uy at :'c U Hdark Wo
I t "-,te. To everyoue :. \ fliti'lil.il.-aih autloid Her hen'-tit.: I.prrrtwal w.. :.... i: as a prison solitary. got a Qsraaay, France, Annrla.!' Italy Holland. Spain Belgium Rassia scp I ; '
f e 1' wtlllendmoney'' l'un.lrKC,;. AMEliiCAX FI\\'I i | :oui' of candlo. from our stock to I
W"'y.liwa.1e'l. Denmark and other En'-ofea.i cocntrleg.afte I !
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II-t' TKUMTWushlngton ".1-01l1A" : -
r : ,W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.BIDS light; tho way, and! in the course ot half I I'
,
I Kooni. \\'ANrKI: >.-Knur solicitors; apply to G. - :n 1 h- u!' we had soon everything thereI i et "VonHis ibnrf9d upon tho MoFarorarjl) Terms an5 ihc.'i: I j t
t 1 > A. 'J borll:"", lit r.o. SIVrsl tiovrrunwnl FOR FURNITURE. I!I was to lie soon. The brig's log; told! us i IObll.tOllll! f:1tiJf. payable ai P.vi of ne ssir:, i'-i. Ten or FlfteeL Oa-i "
:.--0;;:; ; stretH. between and III o'clock lire i -
u 1 v
room' lor I"r..holo. 1-HK'llll evor.UhniL' It was lying open en the ?"ni 4t'ITrishare I 'I I '
-$i.rrrntraalyIn. Ail
--- --- -- -- i tiblo in the, cabin and beside it wore D.I --- -- --- \
I Fat Inttindencm \\'ANTEI(>-Mu to learn barber trade :, Jpftliwl propO'nKwill IIP rnocivwl Ht tills pen and an ink Iwttlo. ; Safoty Daposit BoLt for Rfcnt In ConneellcnPrlra };) i.I f
Ioclm'I I > I est proposition ever .,!!..rtl1.! Blare outer until U rink M. on tinth: day ofI !
.. --- I xptrifiu-f ill nun month than shops In one :I I Ortobir.A U. li"-\ for lunn-biiu the State I Twenty years previously tile whaler' with whie'h ao-bRw9 A ADaztraout for. Ut. tlra m r
lid -H..n.- I )'..nr. T.io'.s: irrn'cted. wages raturdays. r.ipitrl. rills" mu't 10. BtUlri-s ed to the9.cretaryofthei had boon driven into the bay duniiir a nsF.etiarsr. t i ,
I' ---- hoard luclad'ti. ,> rite for catalogue! to- tateofFlorlda andmarlt- I
r .t* ru UEXT-Cor.' du) )bolt, arber Ccliege, New urleaus I I I..d "fn'posal* for turLi-tiin Capitol." I gale. She rode out the storm ;atVly I
wall pnvilfi-H of La. stttf1'or : I: l.i't of uriiihinu will be supplied on uppllftttion. enough, but winter caught hor lin.i'i '
.:.i; Upy.pool r x>m. II I I The right to accept or rejectany I f
< land .
... --- ---- ,, i hold her tllt.'f'r in 'le r WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE1 i
AUik-tic nub, U"III- and all hirt' in whnlpor\ in purr or to : ) :irly > 1I r ; I
._----------- order more or less of the unifies eiiumeratrd | sfasou :t storm from the west dr, a I r
: .1 K. uF \. ball for rmt for dane., nc i' rrbervt-d. 1! Tat ILT.S.S of ice into the hn 1t1,1 1' Wn """ ""i .I :
:-\.I I;, ( lI.n.Al'tAUFORD.! ;; : i t
Apply to 111. isljint-r: Tboa. Joliu- w; s alnu. 'ens I
j of >. b IH'II': !3:"TERi
SwrrtHr. sint .. ,
F bOO or lian Murj-Ly. L'sjlnii'OU i such wastio pressure that il.r:: <>ri4; 4.Z.: III. .V', f',. .,. .1I.d .I I
'ht" rielnw co't. a Cnei Ha. o'i"Jl.iBIDS -f= PI c II" .. .
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i. front the factory; -- Tallabassee.. i was lifted up and 9I'rind ashon .' ': ." 'OJ .' 1 "a 1
;:;, If- ,
urJ/I I\i', des:; -. Hud UKNT: -Nice suite ol rooms, either | When sprimtme, the acre oj ore f.f. <. ,:. It,.,! '.... '
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i"'low ci) t.ht huhrr'n ur unluriasli; nice neighborhood. .. I '
j Honsi'ti sot out in their boats ;.11 -eun-ti .. ,".."'1. t
llirrajona t. tf Apply at News office for Inf "nta ,' .... ,. "" 'to. I
--- 11011. ol'ttItvar.thlpv FIICHTAFIXTURESIECTRICBids "'f Hut I, "" '., ... I. ,
r F :ll.".t Orslrarjle Iota la -- ---- -- -- rescue driving pale or unndnv: e I' '...III.'OI.r.Y...... f.'.-1 :oI. 'A'e 1'
!tee must have brought death: it. the tJ ,,. lq.t I
: ''rD1. by the KUheri I ... .,. .
;; "I. ,
r ? SOuth: I'aififoi 1IunncIU1RItl.u !'ast one. I>,i's'>rtod by her Crt'I'd, uiinit'ly "lnR'. r. ..pf. :" ''
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: .r : :
rearm ,
wi'l bf rfct-ivcd fur furni.ljin and l I
F ItOCrEatvi'he1erprings: ; an object! as man ever s.-nv. t;"i- Bi""" .. ._ ... ': i
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I : nrvtric nituir-- .
-Wffk-olJ fail thrr, t'la. Irf. Condon proprietress. I ., -
cas o'clock
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for thrtute apiatol until M. October whaler lay there on the rocks: d'Mitn-d .. I" I "
iiK out comfort of iiome it> ,1. '
All tie! attryriasonable '
\ rate orthrin tourists :lllb. iwe.Scaled : to slow decay. She stood too high f'}r 'I.. .1 I.. \ : ; ; :,....,:;.: :;:. "

>, .i.mu.nt tborouabbred.1biIt! I.1: Snuih'': will: had this un ideal place to spend II pur- the liovrrnor proposals of th.1111.: should' .. be of addressed Honda and to I the boar and fox"3 to cot aboard ni'd r.. I.",, ,, .-I.,. '\I". ,'t .'' ." r.\I.".. '-,.:'.01','" '. r. -..''r-, ..,f.. ..' '" I .. 1 i : 1
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tUrn i'f tin- 'eaMin. olm I. ,ne.. 'r. s
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I at rea ona- I I mnrUi-d "Bid for Flxtuns" The right iarfenrd if any wandering native had sot (-,t,t .cell... k l.t..1 I ; .'. .. : .. r I' 'c' '' "\. f ., I

.. :IOI\\' K->t> %toin...... '" l ur. -l-'xinerulw..- I I order more lorejrct or Irssof any the and fixture all bid*mentioned and to ,n her decks he had taken nothing mank..a in a k. Barr i am ';'r: it.E' lili' iU..,:._ ',' ) '.' ',;'. :.':,,'.,:e I u..n" :;.;r.t: 1 .. 'l
111 II ..'lUMll.VIIOOL in the test, w hicn will be tarnl h d on epplicatlou. away. :
- L'LO\\EKS KOK bt'NEKALS furnished SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. -i, J
will" b* i. promptlytnbuuquetaorspecaldratgna H CLAY CB v\\'FOSD. As for the Discovery we found uo LOUIS MOTHE t
.It I I"lohHtt! Moieno, 82i: Bret Gregory HLL
t right street, Oct.', phone :8_'Y. :dlia iMrcretary of"tate. trace of her. M. QUAD. ., ,
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1902


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'; i IT IS DOUBTFUL FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.HOW'S .
GOOD LUCK. -
THE KWASIND
A Alone Ever
If Local Applications ...... ......
Cured a Case of Catarrh.
GALLANTSOLDIER

I i Most remedies for the treatment of

CONTROVERSY 'catarrh are in tbe form of sprays Inhalers I

iit It Is not hard to tell why there Is such a powders washes or salves.

i I II all purely local: applications and

jemendous demand for".OOD LCCK Baking!! many of them often give temporary:

:i GEN. S. C. FRENCH ON VISIT 'ARRIVAL OF SCHOONER A SIGNAL i relief but the rea"n none <-f them.
catarrh i- I
Powder: its Great leavening Power and i.erfeci ever really! cure chronic
: ,, because catarrh i ii not a kcal dl-l'a"tJ: I
TO FLORIDA. j I Purity make! It. FOR ACTiVITY WITH and it cannot be cured simply by

,, treating the local -ymptoms. I THISMEN

,t I PILOTS. Moreover the more serious! formsof

t t Timea-r:nlon and Citizen >:t. ?!.i. catarrh, like catarrh: of the stntn-
Richmond, Vi. ach and catarrh of the bronchial
1 Gen. Samuel (libbs! French, one of I all !
Arrival of the schooner Kwasind tubes, cannot be reached at by
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( the most distinguished generals who Iccal applications and the fact that
ras252-C"2S252.. sa yesterday was the signal for great neglected catarrh of the head very
It I ,I I
arrived
served in the CoufeJracy, '
involves the bronchial tubes,
t rn activity with pilots of both factions, I soon WE WILL BELL ON
in Jacksonville yesterday on the I I f I i stomach and liver, demonstratesthat ;
I I SOCIETY EVENTS and, in fact, the entire water front the disease is a blood disorder,

t_ Clyde steamship Iroquois General a constitutional malady: and not at
I seemed to take a great interest in I FRIDAY AND SATURDAYTHE
French i3 on his way to visit his son j all a local disease.To .
I the probable outcome of what has really cure catarrh the system

f I in Pensacola. and will spend a few j AND PEIISONALS been one of the most remarkable must be cleanstd from catarrhal FAMOUS HAND-MADE: CABLE SCREW !,:;HOE" K ,.,

k tl days in this city. He has been poison by an internal remedy which
cases;: of the nature on record. acts effectively upon the blood and
sti h in the North. ,
spendingthe summer 5" e5.5252Sr'J liver.
j4 I The Kwasind had a catch of 4XX,( ) $1.00
The valiant old soldier: has I I I The success of a new catarrh
: i I many Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eitzen are home
nnappers, which were rapidly trans- remedy, dtuart's; Catarrh Tablets, is
+ friends in Jacksonville, who visited !|! from their honeymoon tour. because it drives out of the system,
ferred to the house and the vessel
t t i him at his hotel yesterday. Before The Misses; Griflin'a dancing class; through natural channels, the ca- "_'Ill.SIZES .
: ) hauled away and moored by herself tarrhal poison and the mucous lining
r General will meet at Kt.; Joseph' hall to- I,
the civil war broke out of the nose, throat and trachea
( toward the end of the wharf. She I I, 5 TO II.
ulVit. I are freed from the excessive mucus
French was a cotton planter: at II
1 I, had a deserted appearance today, which collects and causes the hawking -
x (ireem'ilIetiss.. He had previous- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sterritt Tate, spitiius; and gagging, b 'cau-e1
N and it is said she will soon be remodeled Remember, it's for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (
? !ty, however, served in the Mexican at Hparta Ga., Oct. 2S, a fine nine- the exclusive f-ecretioa is not fur- i

i Mlt'ff l pound son.Mr. and taken in charge by the nished from healthy blood. ,J
k several battles Tablets contain j
war. participating Stuart's Catarrh I -- - - - -
v [ and Mrs. L. P. Golson and dissatisfied! faction. many of the same valuable antisep-j
aud returning to private life wasRiven
;
Miss j Mabel McDougal are visitors One of the latter said today that tios: used in sprays and inhalers, bat'!
the title of colonel and chief'''i I instead of being applied; to the in- j MEYER SHOE CO.
from Milton today. I while the schooner was yet the damned membranes of rim nine and ,
't4 of uiduance of the state of Missis-
; :
r 1 I! The Ladies' Aid Society of the property of Saunders & Co. it would throat, they are taken iuto the stomach !
'' < '' f 'IJ'I., Ho was coBuniii aed a.. and thus reach the blood, the I
a { t I I Presbyterian church will meet with not be so very:: long, as purchase real seat and cau-e of the disease. Feet FuruMim for Ca..li Only.

I s-$ .s a bCladierenerlel; / in the Confederate !i Mrs. E. E. Maunders Friday after- was intended today or tomorrow. Htuart's Catarrh Tablets are largp. I

": 1 i' i urn'y, October 23: bin, and a year \': noun at i o'clock. pleasant tasting lozenges, composed 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETUNDERPRICE .
One thing is reasonably certain-tne
of Red Gum. Hydra"tan, Bloodroot, I
(let -r t bad risen to the rank of major i
iI I Fortify the system against: disease vessel has been withdrawn from the aud similar catarrh specifics, and KO I
t :tucr l. General French served in the safe to ue that little children suffering ---.
; I by purifying aud enriching '
fishing business, and her only
; from colds take them with same
'.i the of Northern Virginia, October 'i''blood-ill ether words, take Hood's ." .0.G..=.e. =oc.e. /.o..c.a to.o..outeu,..
army ; I probable purchasers are Chas. Perry beneficial results as adult persons.No __ ______________________ __J.._'_ ____ .
s' k %; + a IsGl, to June, Is3.5.: He served Sarsaparilla. trace of cocaine or opiates, so O l ,.
Arv. et aI, constituting the second pilots common in catarrh medicines, can

t o; 1 In the West on the Atl.1ut.and Dai- : a.sociation.Iost of these gentlemen be found in Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. il o SALE]I

4 ton campaign, took part in many j I SCREAMS OF ,'
were on the wharf this morning;
aj T battles and blockaded the Potomac : THWEATHER '.
and were talking earnestly over the e *
F t r ; atEvansport. One of his most fa-j I ; o-\T-o .
: .
7. NEGRO WOMAN future business.It '
mous exploits occurred when he : .J .

a, : ; I '' P i commanded the troops at Harrisons''I i -- is understood that the pilots TO-DAY liTHE BIG STORE iG i
y ,. have made a proposition to the new l
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the James river where'
,
Lauding; on
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t'f CAUSED CREAT EXCITEMENT ON association and that the new men
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he shelled McClellaL's from'
army : ) .
r i, have returned an answer substantially Local Forecast-Fair tonight and Fri- e

f ; t t.' midnight to dawn, July :31, Ibtt!, with i ifortyfi'e STREETS L4ST NIGHT. requesting that John Mooney day; fresh northeast winds. .OmS ); Dress Goods ..

pieces of artillery. ; :;:; rents for ALL-1VOOL PLAIDS. :
aud Charles Scholls be requested to
General French is ia excellent I Temperature in Last 24 Hours: ; ,\ 7!) ruts for 60-inch ETTAMINE SUITINGS. $

' Screams emitted by Ella Fair, a ,I resign from the board of pilot commissioners Mixlmum..... .._.. 67 degrees: ; :$1 reefs for TAFFETA SILT: ;.
health and said that he his
enjoyed
colored woman on two different occasions The answer or agree- Minimum degrees t !) .I.:, cents for FRENCH FLANNELS I tt
summer in the North greatly 't )
t 1' j i caused great excitement I ment, said to have been written, is 0)I
/S a i Temperature Elsewhere : j Domestic Goods :
1 ; Through; his long and well s,eat .''
'early last night on Intendencia and alleged to consist of six or eight distinct I 0
iiff, General French has had i I i I ;11aL Mm. : )
many I1. cent for 1 ACD-\VTDE COTTON. +
i: Jefferson streets. She was threatened declarations, all of which were Atlanta ... W :\1 ) t
1-xperi*>nces, and his conversation is :I I I Bismarck.._ .Brt isClucnqo. J'I J X''., cents for FRUIT OF THE LOOM. .
l and beaten by Del tricy DGpont, I accepted: and signatures attached. ... ...... ........ ..... .... 52 4 mCinetnnati t
1 always interesting and instructive. I .?._....__..S3 :Nittlvestoa I 0 ) 1.; rent for 10 4 BROWN "SHIIETING.o +
: colored, and for his disregard: for The real sense of the paper was not ( ___._..Ti: Hi '_S for It1 BLEACHED
cents PEPPEREL HHKr! : : I 11 i \
k ''t H.. i i-i: fluent writer as well as an Huron ._._ li; .', e i :
i.at the law the mayor had him pay: ?35I definitely known today. Jacksonville 1\4 .+ ) .
entertaining talker, and his writings Kansall.1ty ._._....74 41 J .
t ; I to the city treasury this morning. Pilots of both sides were in con- Key West .74 7i e'' Knit Goods. :Men's Kid Gloves. t :
tag err contributions to history and lit. :Memphis ._ !If 4i
j The woman left her place of employment sultation with attorneys today, and Mobile w) 4'> J
f'ralurc. Montgomery ......_........ ........61 ss! I 0 ; .l:;c a Suit.Ladies' Dressy Styles $1 to Si 7'. ; C
!: about dark and when at Capt. T. E. Welles was also a promi New Orleans.. .. M K: I
-- Sew york... 4'\ iwavannuli i : Pants. Working Gloves Too M FIt :
1! the corner of I'al"f.Jx and luendeu- nent figure on the wharf and in that ; .....- .- 1,4. *>> .)t Vests and 8
i
., :.: CARNIVAL GARS St. Louis .... .. . .... i i u 0 Girl-.1\ Vests amid Pants'p
i : :! cia was caught by Dupont, who endeavored vicinity. I Genuine Apbcstns c."w I : I
.rit i --- _n __ i 1 HOj's''est;; aud Drawers. Firemen's Gloves, Si paIr. .
to induce her to go with 4. i Indies': Union Suits, 60c, ?1 One Case Men's sti :
Fancy
r ;
CAUGHT FIRE MARITIME.ExroRTa
: him. She refused, breaking away : RAILWAY/ PEOPLEON I o h and *:. Underwear 46e; !suit. .

and running. Dupont chased after I : J :\li".pI' Union !nits, 25; 45, &. Stttson Hats, all style, :*f. ., t 0
I ) and !iiOc. I to $5 00. .
A
with knife and I II ) .
an frightenedher AN OUTING
r open ;
I I
r ; CASKILL-MUNDY CO. HAVE AH., I For October to date .. .. .._.. ... .... fl 1 l>'.i.'JAKKIVEl J. .
very much. She screamed aud i Children's Hose. ; :
-- : ; Carpet Department
t2 EXCITING, EXPERIENCE.\ attracted quite a crowd. ). I .J i 0

;. A number of railway employes fire'; Thornny. 1S-.7 Major, A ) "'I'l'dal I'riees 1t1 tIP IIo>:r.f'II. I (gt Roll;; l\rattin JT". )lo r and .
! ;1 r I Immediately after she had left the I to \V L Wltticli Co : ) laNYard! ; i.ew F.mbroidI I 2cc yard-Special Value. :
f-hlllldtIPhia./
) from Indiana arrived yesterday / .
I i police station where she preferred a I erir .-fiijpwork- .: yard. I; 5 II> Fringed ajjs, II'und f i ..j /
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vI CLEARED.
r. .. ,\ lllt' en route fruiu! Th.iyer Mo., afternoon and went to the Escambia. I
h Y I charge against: him, she was; met .m *
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t !I Span gs AHa! additional cargo for Liver- ; :: 1i
I )
e st .. : j Jicksou!; Tenn Sunday! bight; 1 again and beaten by Dupont at the Today they spent a lot of time on cotton pool,:liU,Sbld!>II r biles> leaf cotton.toha-co.2-T6 ifJ peg round ash bales lug, I I IKI.U.J i per \Uti. Art Squares, #1 t', *"" ., 1"11. ;

i i.t'i iientni'lnyed by t-io OaskillMandy !- the docks aud bay and said they derived 8 ft eu\lllnwood lumber Ti''jiiO IJLSIoa ; 0)) It
of Jefferson and Government 41)
corner ,
.,"slu. }- I.j 7BraaCamhupradditionelcargo i
;;, f 1 ,. C'lrinval: Co. had ,' thrilling I great enjoyment therefrom. for(ien"". 4 ; Gents' Furnishing Goods and Hats. :
; :streets. 2.'' Iflr bait's canon. 7" bbls turpentineV& 0
fxt>eriuc'j with fire and wild ani- The made such noise (I Those in the party are li. J. I'altou, tons phd'-phalH rock., UW > fid oak staves, ml) +
woman a .. .. .. ..
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\Hluefl'J.i77 ; Allloil1l> $Uo\JacJef'hirt"thi: ;; Wek M rt-nt- 9
;1 't Uld K the co..! courajjo and prompt Richard Crowder, C. N. Crowder I Austs Ari'tea additional for Venice e #
cargo
this time that about a hundred people I f> Filieu"-tl".IliJn Wool Underwear.t.i: 1 i I i-
( Him bbls roaiu,value i'JiVBAILED. 9
i; ..1 action of Col. Muudy saviug heavy ran to where ,he I 1-iy and a !sec' I, and wife, J. L. Crowder and wife, R.JG. e 1 Fine Wool-Iiibbed I'uderwear .. . . .. .. .. .$2 mi' p,> +

p' 1 t.la-: of life aud property. lJullater wt-re in pursuit of Dupout, Rutherford and wife, W. 1'. I5eri A ;i IJi" =t (iaality ,) Fleeced I'ndfrwfir .. . .. G.JI-;: \I' **
I
i nird, Dave Conn, J. W. Rowe Phil KT ss Castanos. ryvis Aarlius:
"J second-.7'., i
tll
ieats' Hose tint
:' c- 1'e: train consisted< of 18 d.tt ai dbi.rage ( ) _
.', ,, who secreted himself under a house. Grill, F. W. Freeman, Joe irutier, ;
j .
T"m Prices by the D >zn.
AT QL'AKASTINK. : : pecIlI
qR ; cars, two private cars and COu
Special officerarre;trd him. G. Winbergaud Georsa heck! I
.j' -- Nor bk Johanne. "at. Pnllfsln: 1'ort of :;
five passenger cars. Icy sorae nitai.sniikuovn e?:!piuu to IVasacola Lumber Co

tw I a car of celery caught :: BOB JOHNSON hosts! Brlllin are i-i Mts.r.l|iletely MruLm.r.U'phaiits disabled!, .! l i I THE _SHIPPING._ i I r !
& Son.
tif: J i '' fire and the lliues quickly caught, ; a bII..!(' bl.iw ir.iu HiI'ah's two Illillinm Soljusou

; car containing wild animals.C I WAS BOUND OVER Im'.i.iil I Mvo--tl. whlf-h; almost! sevorsill I VES8ELH: IX ORT .J

c F' liiul I K ; I
( l. Mundy called all his men and here: %; bating deep into the STEAM!HII'S. '" -- - .

-r LI.IU-. This float is vsriidy: slashing; Rr'ento.II:I. Adams, to W H Kenl'r.t Coir :... .....C.3.Q..se..a..a..+6... t.......
rU-Iud quickly to the scene, rescu- I u:' tl'e trunk heaving; it Glulin only Cliatlon UT-'l? undersou tli'UU Trail- '' -
ell Co I
- r nifT many of the uniuaU. j Bob Johnson charged with asaulting liy a jjiwi' of skiu. A ghfc-ka! has lived: Ester, 1M' Jlorndabl, to L& X It U 'i

liivu seen to 1 lii'hc'ad a bulaio: with a Co I
t A female leopard escaped but was Police Ollicer Etheridge, tier llorta HM lleins, to PensacolaKrlndra THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
I s-mili I )blow! of his cookiio. Ami Sir l.um'pr Co I ,

4; captured with u net after a hard j I wa given a preliminary trial: before I :.itiiucl l Uakor. a man IlOwl'rfull'utluh :r.r2t.: Wilke. to Gulf Transit Co
Kr I.Dcano z";TO. Knight to HlUnrs A ('0 I
t, riugtit battle, in which several men 1: County Judge McCullagh this morning to wield during his African exploration It Vinla Ki!!, Guano, to Gulf rriusitCu i LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE ACENTS,

: the! ":..ahj'," an oU'phai.t! rille BlBiti '
3i were injured. i and bound over;to the next term 1'ESHACOLA, HXiiI,
wt'jhin ISi: pounds, once clove wild It Cftvite I.. NI, Mllipplni, to I'ensacola I
t. Some of the :aniJi U escaped and ': of the criminal court under heavy Dear with his big: hunting; knife almost Lumber S3'jhW3st! Gorier Palafox and Garden! Streets.
A It Kdfnhursfh. IjO.. :Marl, toord-r i ilius
some were so badly burned that they | bond. Johnson W.1""ery nervous iii lulvius it was making a that I rush, Guru 7.5! ftvailuistrom. to Kix: II i A FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGz j akd ** .

died, while tents and scenery were throughout the trial. cati-hiiis it just behind the khouldor :, Robinson It Ins, 7mo'onslItere: to order I i .0<, .0,& v1* v< t< STORES AND OFFICES > Oii iu, "' .
j where the hide end IJI'bitNlnre! at least Am Lottie Moore. ?!>4, Mheupard Jno
): y badly damaged by fire. i i I a span thii-k. Sir Walter Scott relates A \lvrrlttftfo) '
.. >or Saint :llonon.It'i:!.Ciud<1ers'n.toorder j I
: Ci>l. Muudy immediately tele- i Low the Mirl, of Aiijnis. with Lis hr.seewtcpiiij NorJTabithi. \rt.L>ani<'l,>'ato ora..r I Two large dwpIHncs, 2- tory. on North Two torn connected by Tar I
I : ; A. BUTLER IS ;; wind ehullengvd an op- I Pot Criano >>'.i, faclieur to cider II | B a"hm street. wish nil modern convenitnCPS. of- with 8 room and kitchen a""\ >
I and In residence portion
f iphed to the Cincinnati Zoo for tra" water ('.or rnra .>nt Itrelt,IIE'IH Tarrll" ,<
( gr and Mow 'i I
1'01l1'lIt to fight nt a chop!" t-CH(HOE:ltv city, tiX)) per annum. ..

Pt ? animals to replace those lost and l.e | NOW/ IMPROVING asunder his thigh tone, killing: bin un II i I Am Donna Christina, H5, Aiclsen, to Large; and comfortaW dwelflnr,2-Story, rent a. bole, or separately at
Efe rental.
'I ma.t..rAm
the with gas and water throughout large lot.
has already secured new tents and tpot.Tbtre i MaryT Uuinby HH7 -.. to ordr with outb')uaes, located on the cornorot ,
k ? j -- is a story current Australia! I La Kua street and bib Ave., t-'a per month. Tbe McGinn Kuildins, ( 'Jrr.r, '
4 scenery.:: in 1 S"2 i ni"ct and '1'amgona str..pts. I-i
Antltrson
that Lieutenant I
tt ; a
t f desirable one-stnrr dwellergconfute-!' for boarding house.! Apply for par '
Police Officer A. J. Butler i is LU.hCIICTS.1
now with : T rooms and bath Rag andI..Mer
i' The big shows will be here for the during an encounter ; OPERA HOUSE lag
south Ironta within easy
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throughout ;
i I reported as improving rapidly. IJis cut dean through tie gun barrel of I, reach of KxltaLd North Hill car lines. Willlease ; I.r R eetore-r-.nm.cnrner nay!' ''itendeucia >
': Fall Festival as scheduled, with I streets J20 month.Twostorydwelling ..
; per
l I vitality is returning and it will be a | his adversary with his sword. And i :; fort per annum.
'. V many new features added since the 1 at Kassassin it is related that one of i I- ONE NIGHT ONLY !---I, containing room_. A few om-"* on Palafox atr',"", fI .
ti { short time when he may be able to I Arab Pacha's soldiers was severed in near Melt Line, So *U> S. Barcelona street. "Tuif8n KullJinif," and a lanc l ..
fir. Will lease for$:!.Uperannum. Botb-roomiultable meutiug ;>
I walk around. He lass been sntfer- two during the niiJaisht; charge. But I Friday, October 30. :i -
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this is I -- --- ---- -
in the olinion of exerts very
F. V \. 31. I lug from several abscesses. improbable, even had the new regulation A Word to Travelers. I Genuine Schlitz leerthe ha ,
MR. WILLIAM BONELLIAND I
Special communication I saber been then in use.-London The excitement incident to traveling the
# of E-cambia Lode X o. 1J.G' ; Examine the corks on Globe. and name branded on
: and change of food water
1'1.: ., 7:30 I sui .'it-
at : p. m., cork't accept
It >Thur-day.Oct. 30.Wirk every bottle of Schlitz and often brings on diarrhoea and for

: sf1; *; in F. C. degree.Vi ] see that they are branded I ASK HIM FOR A 1IUDG1N 5c. MISS ROSE STAHL J this reason no one should leave home'I I lutes.

: r t "-itlng brethren are of Chamberlain'
without bottle
We will launder for' a
Schlitz II
Y your spreads
t I cordially invited. I IN You can get hlltiC
I II 15 cents each and make them look Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem your
1 llAKHY W. Gems I 1 like uw. Star Laundry.c1IL'1v For sale all druggists and furnished complete at Mar'stonlfy
csecttarr.. I FOR SEED OATS, i Janice Meredith. edy. by i.
w W. D'C. KESSLER. W. 3 L I medicine dealers. Qiuna's on easy pay
Wheat call
Seed Rye and Chicken ,
I Ion I OTICEM 4. A dramatization of the famous! story ments, weekly or monthly.
'''a + When call for Schlitz the Mellen-Crosby Company
: you NEITHER captain own- i I by Paul Leicestar Ford assistedby Frozen Buttermilk, 5c.
beer see that you get it. 1 the Alcaniz street warehouse. -.. nor '.1..I"a.* cf the' Edward E. Rose. sa.ucexat Solomon's.I ASK HIM FOK A IirOGIXS' .".i.
? Phone 331. 29jlmj 'Bntlsh 69 Tburnley will be : _
t Look at the cork and see I r.lpon8Ibl. for debt contracted -Everything carried-Scenery, Fur-
I ed the crew of said ve' el. niture and all Requisites. sill repair your watches and The finest line of umbrella;: III

'E thai ilSchUtzv is branded j: Pineapple Punch, 5c. a \\'. L. Wlttica Co.. W. MAJOR.Camam. Keats on sale Wednesday at noon jewelry In fira -cllm stylJ.: : I city is at J. I. Stephens' Gu l' ,tat

en it. I glass, at Solomon's I .UDcee.: .:>;oH at Coe's Bookstore. stephens them..IqI .





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