The daily news
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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 31, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00979
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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|u-jneral, ; I Inspection of Mines and i i Three Young Girls Killed at Their

ONE WEEK enman NOV. 17thI! i

"liners' Homes Is First. I Home in Arkansas.


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--.sisting( : ; of Four.oerir.tendtnt3 Father HAd Gone to a Circus and on

: and I IN His Return Home Discovered the t '

.-.:aper Men Left FURNISH THE AMUSEMENTS. Three Dead; Bodies cf His Daag1' j f !!

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::41' Dally News: Special! to The Daily News.WHkesiiarrc. Special to The Dally Ken Special to The Daily News.Atlanta t .

: i'a.. O.:. :3i:+II._".'.llt'hellday' JO-BIG FREE ACTS --JO! ;
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o boarding I ,
i :30.-The realcommission Wynne. Ark., Oct. 30.-Mary, Sophe! ;: f
., was col:"''irated in all the principal and May Gibson, aged 17, 12 and 10 I train at Powder Springs Wednesdijnight ;i
: ap- towns of the anthracite coal regionWednesday
respective) daughter of Thomas at 8 o'clock Attorney Burt i "10'' i
.t.. .: Roosevelt to ad- and in order that all thy' 18-BIG SHOWS UNDER SEPARATE TENTS H 18 years Gibson a prosperous Lro farmer Smith, of Atlanta, was thrown frog ", :.
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' existing between mine workers have an opportunity
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> the coach and he fell in such a waj
were killed and one of them was I ft :
-, .1,1: their employes participate In tho! cxerdst-s the mines EVERYTHING FIRST=CLASS AND UP TO DATE. the victim of a criminal assault at RS! to get tvl;* left band badly crusheJ :

!' ::) stated, the day's were closed do\\n. The principaldemonstration their home near here Wednesday.The He was also hurt about the head. A t
..- ,r.i general inspec.iLd was held In this city, .'oC.'oC.'oC xo 13IMOKAL ri\TUJiis. "''oC"C.C! murders occurred while Gibson portion of the left hand was amputaJ I : '
and Pr 'lIJtontIit<"hell took par: ; I
ed at hour this morning al I
an early
.' outside work- the father, was away from home

..- I el!i.J the homes and There the day.was but: snow the and changeable sunshine weatherdid during FREE -: FREE 4 FREE attending. circus, leaving the throe the street Halcyon sanitarium, on Gail f- t :i I

alone in the house. Upon his
girls '
unrkers. All of
not keep an army of strangers rn-i :
return he found the bodies of two of His brother Hoke Smith was not
: :.< .;:: of here to For- of town. Everybody were a John CHAS G. KILPATRICK AND THREE OTHERS IX THEIR the girls with their heads; crushed fed ::.t once of the accident and he has '.

!, of i'2: miles, will Mitchell badjre.! CYCLE DAZZLE ACT. while the body of the third lay in t'ae Drs. Jarnigan and Hull to KO to POT 1

: ml 'ak(. up theo The procession started shortly before The hal der Springs and they arrived beforl :; .
mutilated. girl
nd Saiur-: noon and was nearly one hour in 'The Daring Ride Down a Flight of One Hundred Steps on a llicycle by yard been terribly subjected to the mot atrocious the midnight train left for Atlanta. j i I

passing a given i'oint. It is estimated KILPATRICK! i The man's wounds werl
..:. 'um here indignities. Posses composed of blacks | injured i i" I
that there were 10.000 men In line. formed and David dress d and h! was brought to Atlan 'r ,
't looked and whites were I'
President Mitchell was jinn: an ovation SLIDE FOR LIFE, I arrestel ta. The train arrived at 12:10 o'clock I '
old was
this: Cross an negro P
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all along the line of march and this morning and Burton Smith waj i' ;
gain the MRS. SPRAY'S Dive from"Ton of a 60-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. Cross denied all knowledge of the the
whenever his carriage stopped he taken from the baggage car where s
in Splash JJickward Fall IL .?e Tub 101 Feet above the Ground. crime, but finally confessed that
crowd from the sidewalk pressed!: had witnessed the killing and said thata had been placed on a pallet, an! ,
"i.tis around and insisted on shaking his carried !from the to the Halcyon
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I The the Names of the Different Shows Under negro named Johnson was the guilty .
hand. An American }fiai was carrie-1 Following arc sanitarium In a private ambulance.The .

,'. 01.No( at the head of every "local" and many 4'G Separate Tents: .0/.01. man. nl'eels of the railway coach (r

1 .e >'.- I bass: bands furnished music. The t fc ran over the left hand crushing off all '

banners carried bore many curious inscrlptions. CARRIE NATION of the lingers except the thumb. There I: I
:" 1 :1'j Some of them read as Under The Red Dome. I Hagenbeck's Trained Wild was a slight; contusion on the bead : I I

follows: caused by the fall but the wound U

I', U '..'T !I "By arbitration we hope to gain our Statue Turning to Life. Animal Shaw CAUSES FIGHT not con. idered dangerous. ;
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F. ,' jn. t demands. Backman! Glass Blowers. HouseUpSideDown.Johnstown ... !
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: friendship make pease"
'Tnity aid
'.', '. ," I> i I. i Hi!.!. :. God bless oar country and ourtin'on. Flood. Wild Rose. I Special to Thu Daily News: MRS. FANNIE ; i

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i German Village. Streets of India. !\noniIe} Tenu.. Oct. :?(,.-Mrs"Car: '
i a o'' ''j. .. f ft,;; "We honor and respect our presidents
.. : I Theatre. Stadium. rle Nation passed through here on M'KANE DEAD : ;
:..-' ..,;'11 is h< Roosevelt and Mitchell. Electric !
Wednesday morning en route to Asheville '
'.1 "I'li.Ki'--uiuMt': : Tae: l After the parade a biz m-'fting was. Dog and Pony Show. The Maze. to s-peak. She addressed a large --- j t.f .
.. held at the Young Men's Clinician AsEoriatioa
; lran J(J'lr HAIL' crowd at ths southern passenger station J
.. park. Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. to The News 'I
.r..: ,If': .. u.tll.t': ;. here. A stranger interfered.. Special Daily : < i :
Girls. I Venetian Gondola. New York O< t. ..4.-Mrs. FannH {
-! L "., Dancing plied a number of questions and wentso .
ROCKFELLER'STHANK far as to dispute her word. A local loIdane1do.: .. of the former political t
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drummer, Robert Duncan, interferes, leader in the old town of Graves tend
S OBSTACLES Jill Railroads Juhn Y. McKane. Is dead at her .
OFFERING Dne-Hali Fare on and mercilessly whipped the stranger. I :
I I Duncan received the thanks of MM. i home on Long Island. She leaves R

-- DURING CARNIVAL WEEK. Nation, who presented him with a an estate valued at $300,000. Nightly, i I I

TO OVERCOME hatchet souvenir upon which was daring the time her husband was \
Special to The Dally News.N Tt'Il<1)ill '\FTlJ: : will. :\0\'. IS "Death to Riira." Mrs. Nation said in prison on account of the election \

: sVc:'.". t'-t. ;j'.-Ait''iu.i'! :i .,:.ivi CHILDREN'S DAY Children be Admitted Free. she: had abandomd hatchet crusades frauds she kept a lamp burning; $$1; I :I

,, ws. -i iua.. t.: have t'l.ii'st'il: fc':t" J,'!MI jJ and was now working for anti-saloon brightly near a window In the parlor '

-Many technical ilt-rUoti; ;I-r! L.ffe.ui to lurtifbiite!! FUIo "' 1-, legislation as the logical moans of removing of her home In the hope that he would t

tl through the l b++ to tee T,ai-htrs' caltKe'! ('(--titi'i- RALEIGH AND BURGLARS MAKE saloons. be !liberated. on .a pardon. i'I I ,
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Kt-nt un the rising of $d1 IHCO'''II 0 by thcoUofTf <
-id Morgan syn. I Goes Like Hot C.1I.C'S."The I

*rol of tractionays t''r tine hus.9ea=o lar succeeded, the effu.is that of the the s'ic.tat' WESTERN\ ROAD BIG HAUL I Out of IleatL'eJaws."When fastest selling article I have

> : a London death eeemed very near in my store" writes drnjrxist I O. T. ;
<-."-<5 of thtr (anvapsing is practically'assured.
me The' toy from a severe stomach and liver Smith of Davis, 1(v., "is Dr. King's t {; '
The aiuh cities of the coile (
> >- attempts toT trouble, that I had Miilered with for New Discovery for Consumption, I'l l 1
,," have excited 1 ;" have nc-nvj J pledges! for nearly Special to The Daily News Special to The Daily News. Coughs and Cold*, because it always ; t ,
'. all: of the $440,0tfi:, which the college New York, O.-t. 3': !.-Hurplars have years. writes 1', Muse, Durham! N. cure Inmyeix years of sales! it ; I
against foreign ; .= VJ.\ f.. 11 t' ;'I i -(; "v."
f must abiain.! Mr. Rockefeller's con ; tj : \ succedcd in entering tho apartmentsin C., "Dr. King's New Life Pills; saved has never failed. I have known it i i
f' -tiucnt in Metro- R .-': Gr.'. .'r. fl.i-: < n:,::.ce-r of th' health." to save sufferers from Throat and i ; sj
tri!:':toa! to the college: was made "asa a hotel of this city, occupied bj J. my life and !pave me perfect
t : ''''is. There are T-,.'l.h! r"d T't.'cn railroad th,' Lung di f'asE*, who could Ret no ij
than oCt': ":ng to Almighty God for Lew man and his brother of Louisville, Best pills on earth and only 2.jc: at
!.j+ibes In operation note :' !!teIn which it I Is: belli! ved! rom help from doctors or any remedy. f ,
" tLe preservation of his family and and Judge Van Eyys who was for W. A. D'Alembertf-'s drug store, 121 '
,>: three are under crier Gicr -boro. was heref'tnesday Mothers rely on it, bet physician <{< I f
: household on the occasion of the destruction many years trial judge in the supreme South Palafox street! prescribe it. and W. A. D'Aletnberte, {
. "c progress hast and! stated that h* had: intructon3! t
bj the of his country homeat court in Atlanta. A valuable epl'ts lai: South Palafox street: iruarantee
''e' last two from the New York capitalists! who ( !
t years Pocantlco Hills. N. Y., on the night "cond watch owned by the l wmans. satisfaction or refunds price. Trial I
| the problem of are ;rooting! the! new enterprise tn HARRY C. FISHER bottles free. Regular bizes, "jOc and : i
of Sept: 17. 1:"+' who own a string cf race horses animOIlI'Y
! Y E'rkr.ow has send in ej-timatop ith all possib'o $1. : '
said to amount to several .
'rtakings. It is haste. Cniff MacGregor and his aapietants I ----- -- i Il j

f '.in-,, correspondentui.licates. BODY MANGLEDBY 11abe n working night and thousand supposed dollars the burglars was secured.chloroformedthe It ia MAY RUN GREAT FEARS 11

) through day to get the desired: information i ,,1
Le mmans. Judge Van whooccupitd
I > each( other arc I ready: 'ue haste 1* taken to mean -- .
;.:, jatlir againstlIECRO i that an announcement as to th! road'a a connecting room, was not I Special to The Dally News: ARE EXPRESSED !
aroused, and the property Y.P.S not 1 1i
-- intention will be made very Boon.;
I missed until several hours later. The Newnan: :Ga;'Oct: SO: .-Several'par :
-- If the road comes here it it more than i ii
/ Special to The Daily News: likely that it will pass under control burglars are supposed; to have climbed ties have been sicken of as prospective i jd t I' : t

GETS foiiV.a.: Oa., O+ t.:1::'>.-Gils Johnson, of the aboftrd !and give GrMIlS "roooIipditi8 the .fire escape to effect an ectranca.T candidates for the seat in tho I Special to The Daily News: ', t t j.

a IiraAennn' on the ;aboard Air Line, line of that lower house of the general assembly! --
are Port"of Spaiii, i ic
was instantly 111'Iinesda: ) in tryIng desired.HALLOWE'EN. made vacant by the death of Hon. Island of Trlnldai, I ''I
SENTENCE TO Ort. ZO.-The Venezuelan
i to board a mm ir.g t an. In attempting W. B. nwry. Those most prominent. TransportO :

t __ to Jump onto the pilot he ly mentioned thus far are H. C. Fish ..sun, towing a schooner loaded whh 'I t i

1 slipped and fell, the engine: and Under TRAINING SCHOOL er. H. W. Camp. S. B. Leigh and W. troops I is proceeding hence toward tha l! i t r t

his which Messrs. and i ii Orinoco river. It is believed here '. ,
# > News. passing over body, was B. Orr. Camp Laiga '
; mangled: and mutilated.: Johnson wasa i have already made announcement to that the T 66f'1111 there meet the I ; I f

I -Sam lodges.. resident of this place. The accident 1 MASQUE BAIL K's some of thair friends that theyil!! Venezuelan warships Bolivar Restauralor I : .
t '' :!b th* murder of'Nil'e Special to The Dally : and Zumbedor, and that they :
occurred in the center of the city.A be in the race.
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,. mine guard ---- ---- ---- Chicago, Oct. 30.-rot rai! Harling- will renew the bombardment of the t t

4"i., >>t Virginia, during f}pieal Southlril'an '!?ltnrp.O. will Hallow- ton Ho.>ti and the territorial commanders For Over Sixty Years. city of Bolivar where there are a number }I { I i '
The Club Rive a
Ivy t
is. F-Ike: last Bummer R. Larson of Hay Villa, Sundays : of the vnluntee's' of America F, I. : ::) oe murder in the firs River Cape Colony, conducts e'en masque ball at417 Ninth avenueon tenilns the Qflunril here have under. Sine WISSLOW'B Koornise Hrscp has great fears are expreeBed. i t t

: "ln nap court at Blue- a s'toid typical of south Africa, at the evening of Oct. :31, at which I I consideration plans for establishing been mothers used for for their over children siitj years while by millionof teething. 'I''I'j i: ;
be purchased anythingfrom
I .a 'lu"ndation! < that than which the can proverbial "needle to an there will be prizes for the best I I training schools at San Francisco CLl- with perfect access. It soothes the child. Mother Gra)'. Sweet I'o\vilfrs for 'I I '

,_ .' ,Ie :RLrisonment In the anchor." This, store is situated in a dressed couple. Hallowe'en games case and New York. The schools softens the gamsallays all paincares wind Children 1 i J. 1 1f
,. valley nine mile from the nearest will be plyed. The public is invited will be for the training of young men colic,and Is the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt f i I

I railway station and about twenty- to attend. o23td and women in evangelistic worl will relieve the poor little sufferer Im Succe99fully the Children's used Home by Mother to New Gray York nurse fare In I- ;; 'f

Estract has outlivedthe : five miles from' the nearest town. Fund have ben raised and within tho mediately. Bold by Druggists in everrpartof \'f'rlsboe8l. Bad Htomacb. Teething Die 1 l! ( !' i
"I .favored the world. Twenty-five cents a bottleBe orders,move and regulatt! the Bowels sal r j
finest and Mr. Larson says: am Get a free sample of Chamberlam's next year the ichooli will te fairlyumler I 't '
purest l)- Worms. .
6troy Over 31.1..1 testimonials.Tkt i
Wlnllow'18oot1 '
custom of farmers withina sure you ask for ){rs Ii e I
with the
: at be Stomach and Liver Tablets at way nrrrrfml. At all druggists.ilc. Hsm- : '
can bought. radius of thirty miles, to many of i log Hyrap, 'and take no other kind. pleKKEK. Address Alleu Olmsted, Le ; ; 1 1toy
w 'y- u..ed. Chamber- any drug store. They are easy to ,ti,1.
whom I have supplied I I
A Word to Traelera.The MEAT & MALT has a marvelous } j It I
lain's remedies. All testify to their take and more pleasant in effect than 1- j t

Fresh Buttermilk, 5c. a value in a household where a doc- pills. Their ue i is not followed by excitement incident to travel- dietetic value. hile refreshing and It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry. : j ,'

tvaS' at Solomon's.AT tor's advice is almost out of the constipation, as B often the case ing and change of food and water pleasant to take, it helps assimila Aekto-dayforAlleo's'oot-F.asPapowder. j I
question. Within one mile of my of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER f.f.J -
with pills. Regular size, 25c. per often brings on diarrhoea, and for tion t cures'hilbiatne.SwollenMweatingiSore, ,
store the population is perhaps six- I BROS. Achlnl/Jamp; feet. At all druggists and '
1YSTERS NIC APOSTLE'S ty. Of these, within the past twelve box. All druggists and medicine this reason no one should leave home thoo stores, 'Joe. i 3{ -
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months, no less than fourteen have dealers. without a bottle of Chamberlain'sColic l
I Pineapple Punch, 5c. a Hot Chocolate with :
been absolutely cured by Chamber- ,Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
'. lain's Couh; Remedy: This must Tar all and glass atjtolpmon's.ASK Whipped Cream at Solos I
".dav.. Try them. surely be a record" For sale by all Foley's Honey and edy. For sale by druggists j t

APOSTLE.. druggists and medicine dealer: cures colds, prevents pneumonia medicine dealer i HIM FOIl A Ill'DGIX'S' Be. mon' i

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Symptoms I :
Meeting at Columbus Was Considered I' thf'-f
t Notice is hereby given that following describe.l ] ,
I Go after the cause. Stimulants and cathartics will never cure Indigestion. Most Successful Yet Held. rat
: ao public auction on the third ((3) day of November A. l I'
They may temporarily relieve the system but the next meal clogs I it again. The Columbus, Ga., Oct. 30.-/The GOt- Court House City of Pensacola in the County of E#tat.

food should be digested. The nourishment- health-strength it contain gia confederate veterans adjourned I thereof as will be necessary ta pay the amount due for "
1)) ibould be appropriated-absorbed by the system.
; ; Wednesday to meet next year in Augusta opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale an,'! '

r ; s i. after what i II! considered the A. II. D'Al.KV!
Children most! successful state reunion yet hell Tax Collector. Es( .1:.

Following! a business session Wednesday -
purifies cleanses, strengthens and sweetens the stomach.
Thrive This new discovery digests all classes of food andassimilating assists morning came the annual pa Pure Healthful Snappy.

the stomach and digestive organs In and rade at noon which was one of the Fully Matured.

transforming it into the kind of nourishment that IIon most imposing and inspiring! sights!

t taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout ever seen; in Columbus. M. P. Usina, THB AMERICAN BREWING CO., i I II -
Kodol St. Load, Mo. I Owner. Description of Land. _
the various organs of the body. cures Indigestion 01 Savannah was unanimously! *eelec'ed -

4 r' Kodol and dyspepsia, thus removing the cause of all stomach division!
t 11 11 troubles. Kodol !fives such strength to the body that secretary.
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it is Invaluable in all wasting diseases. Resolutions were adopted indorsingand SOLI) IVIKYWIIIISI:. :r. ; _

"1 with to think yon for what Kixlol tasdona for me." writes Clifton Glrtnn,Collett, lad.It commending in high terms the 1 ,,,
r cured me of dyspepsia ifter everything et-II had jiled. When I tried lrodul1helped mtrifbt management of the Soldiers' home in i

_ = I' .t I. Icheerfuilyr'commPnd1L"1 1 Atlanta the work of the trustees be |, I Mrs. F. Ella Clinch.West 3 2. . "" " r

h Kodol Digests What You Eat. George Crockett..Lot 3 . . . . . . ,
-l t YrepuedbyE.C.DeWItt&Co..Chlrsga The 11 bottle contalnl2: % times M much (by tcluU leg praised. The legislature was memorialized ,' 1 Clem Johnson . Lot 6, blk 3, Van Kirk's Division 1.; .
meiMirementias the trial size which sells for 50c. to pass a bill to perfect the
If You Have Sarah Simmons; .Lot 2, blk 3, sec 12, and part of
fl.Wlft't Lillie farlll Risers the famous little liver pills for biliousness or roster of Georgia companies who went ;
trvHIU 9 constipation. Safe, tnorouih. They never grip nwtt. sec 19. . . .12 and U >
ii f out during the war.: I Ad .. Keyser Kelker . .Lots 10 and 11, ilk 10, VanKirk's

John t+Sheppard.Harsi Pharmacy: i Kidney Kahn.: Five hundred dollars was raised fo- Div of lot 1. . . . . 1 p. .

( the Jefferson Davis monument fund. RheumatismURIGSQL Unknown Owners. .Siz of lot 4. ., . ,. . 17 _
-- This monument, which will be erected Hampton Webster. Port of net of ne',4 (Deed Book

i h t GEORGIA LEGISLATURE. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. in Richmond will be dedicated in 15, page 110) .. . . . IN _

ko Bill Introduced to Abolish W. and A. Prince Yon Pless has been delegatedby 19+14. Several addresses were madeon the great tested and L. M. Blanton. . .Xw'Jof ne}4, and w% of mar} -.. _

: .l Railroad Emperor William to represent him the subject and a great deal of enthusiasm !endorsed, California! F D. .inslow.w>4 . . . .. . . 2:' .
: Special Attorney. Remedy will cure \Vm. White . .N',2 of nw>i of se>4 . . . ;
"r t 1 t Atlanta. Ga.. Oct. :3o.: -Thero:! at the opening of the cow building of was manifestIt was von. It also cures Liver, Kidney and
i t anj il' II. Scott..E4 of e% . . . . . 7Wm.
}t the unar.lmotis wish of the reunion! Bladder: d-seajes, caused! by an excess of
were seven bills introduced in the the New York chamber of commerce. uric acid. It never tails, and builds up Kirk. . . .?i of n;&. les 5 acres in se c, :r of

t senate yesterday morning, the most After brooding for 13:; years over the that the memory of Jefferson Dav! the health and ttrergth while using it. Ee4 of nw>4 . . . . u!

t Important one of the number being: a accidental!i shooting of a friend Henrv i should be appropriately honored anl.. tificates.Send stamp Price for$1 book of bottle.wonderful For tale cer Wm. Kirk . . .% of se j. . . . . . liX +
6 per
1 1 measure providing for the abolishment i Sweet a farmer living in IlloomfieU.Ills. : that at an farly; date. I by dru !gim. If your drugizkt can not C. McMillan..Let: ?. . . . . . . j..
supply you it will be sent! prepaid upon I Unknown Owners..Lot 53. and s& of lot 5v; . .
JtE of the office of special! attorney fort I .. east of GJ Dwood. has killed himself .. receipt of price, Ad,Ircta -2.:
One1'1'.1..0 ( It. :
1 a t the Western and Atlantic railroad the !, with the same shotgun that had James Lee . West 15 acres cf &20 au. +II'l d
a The hen that had been betrayed into Book 20 155 . . .
i T.t' : Cricsol Chemical Co. Los A.igeIesCal. page : '
; position nov.held by lion. Ed. ended the friend's life. ,
hatching a duck's egg looked dis- or the Wm. II. Hoover .. .5 acres south of l':.oks. t i-; i I' C\\-\\
t' T Brown I The municipality: of Berlin has tie- tressed. Cut the rooster as usual road (Deed Back: 1 ICK- : ?",
l This hill was Introduced by SenatorLev. tided to devote! the new $;)iu".tjiiu< I I
) was patronizingly masculine L. N Ernmwi & Cn. NtW rrlfan, LB S. Carey and Henry

F r of the il.rty.fourth district and loan entirely to profit-making entei- I "It'sJ. wise hen," he laughed; "that Morris . . .Lot 10, F. Val . . . : '

44 I ilk was, upon motion of the author referred prises, including: $15." iii/n>o for the knows her own egg."Chicago Post Distributing Agents. ; W. p. Brewton..N1!: of lot 1. . . 1 t.

t t1; to the special \Vestern and At. erection of gas works and for the construction L 'tr ,. W S. K. Stunner . Lots 14 and l; L . . . ,

a' yr 4 lantii committee for con5rlr': -atn and! of a wholesale meat rr.arkf.MemVrs Natural .Anuety. l:dt. Bla.kman..Lot :31, J. r..utiCi! ;r .

report The measureKo to r-'peal'! Laura Adams . .1 acre in P. 1 ,:.:tits Gr.I. I il i it+ .". t I.
tho church lub of New
I the act approved iJec'''mlier :2", lVi2: : of ., Mothers regard approaching win. Pate 1001' . . . . ; ,
which authorized the governor to York l have !:of'"p. iff.iati:: I with; th' ter with uneasiness, children take Joe Thompson . .:23!:i acres in :. :'a-tu._' :-
apeF ; actoa': ('1.ur.1l Car!: of AlI Lira i aT I t- son's u. I l. \ ..
cold so easily. No disease, costs more t -ipai.! ( ; r 1 :
F : ; point an agent to after the property I
; a j.t't'! mp..ti:1g :::1 1'1:_: I-: '" 11'1'0': Unknown Owners..X'a of 1, ; . . .
nt,$ r of the state in iJ.-oru.a: : and Tennessee little lives than er ,up. It's; atta ?k i i-I
t/ll'' rr: p' -:,:'" :'J In;' ti',' ::1jl.:1II"r.I E' v; ( "tlan..That i part i. :. of U'1
sudden that the sufferer is often
so + k
= al!'>n rh' lin-- of the state road .
( E < In, : : : :l! on' t.: :1i\ i a1 i"k' : and beyond human aid before the doctor I sec -". .". .m.,, ; ::1-: "

C at $' row Known as the Woti-rn and Atiaitic. i ( .' 1:1: arrive:. Such irises;, yield readily t" II part i .v' 'If : _" G

[{ .. of I i.-i ;; .. ;. 71 I
LS -:-:. 't. I'. t r.: r. -.a. fIlt oirho One Minute O-U2U Cure. Iiquifl-s j rai.ii r1 !I"
1 i t Some of the new nibs Introduce 'the mucus allays it fhmmatioii, re-j 1'fJ'a'&f W. L. Kvhait. Lot 1 . . . !
3 i ',\ :y .-.sit ,!, .- I I'dt tt. i't' is ::1:1: j -
'y kl are as follows moves tlilll ('r. Absolutely safe. Act-i 'V.B.Jorda1.Se! % ti t I" Ud.l.; ; '. .if,

ilr By Senator Chrlstif of the eleventh ep"f1nk! or mta. s 1"1 ih,' Kamrhat iminediutely.: Cure, coughs; cold-. i,i ne'4 . . . ::

To make it lawful to make Insurance: ka penrs'ala.] T. n tl.l'' :=and ,h r..o:!, grip, bronchitis all throat and lUll J tr I:. Griffin..SwJ' o- 'U 'rt'! r. '1.1 ; i .1' s

); 'U companies and other persons who maybe have died of the disraof and th- population trouble. \rc\bholllIampttJI.. i< of nv 'I "a ifci; . . 11;

'j 'j indemnifying the defendant! I of some of the country villages Ga. : t bad cold rendered in* voice-.- ;> l-'raukCarter..Ea5t411. : ilt.t 1 < i-, .1 1 i : k a

r'g defendant! and jointly liable. patyl Rfrrrr I has been nearly wiped out i less just before an oratorical conte-t. j maresYOU 13, pa: 11j; . . ;_

h Charles M. Schwab, president of the !11 intended to withdraw, but took i ii O. O. Blakeley. . .2 acres 1:1 ii\\ co.1v"t: ",r !.. "i
.t t.) the general judiciary commit
% i One Minute Cough; h Cure. It restored (Deed IJ-.uk IS; j.aw ;o'l..i; . 2 : -
tee. United States Steel orporation. has I my voice in time to win the medal." : S.C.Higsbee..2acreslnll\\llcf of -I
n- ,
,.:ii tj By Senator f.,..: of the forty-fourth left the Villaeole. in an automobile to 1 i I }Hugi: Pharmacy, John htJpartl'l e of II. li.--ooo: & s i of l.\i :.is(

j To cede to the United States jurisdh- meet the yacht Marsurita at Genoa i Sidney Kahn.Marston. ." .
t { : (Deed Book IS. page :- i I . :2
1}-, : Lion\ over certain lands and public l says a Herald dispatch from Cernoh- I Ttter Flannery. .South 15 acres of rc >4 <,fv'i I, "i'

st 1 roads Walker! and Catoosa counties I bio] Italy. He has chartered the yacht Quina have I CANNOT I\KO\V\ \ I east of railroad (Sec l). < ,] C.; ,Ik

l adjacent to the Chiekamauga national and will cruise: for some timp.! Solve very nice Dressers and 19, page CIO . . . . : .

; ', military park. Referred to the general At a special meeting! of th<- governing Wash Stands very cheap. when wars will come when strikes I! Anna Henderson .Nw 4 of se% of s-t1 . . l-i l :.
Cora B. Everhart. lH acres of lot S sub! drv or! :
t t
Judiciary committee. committee of the New York Stoou: I !
the price of coal
da f :yct By Senator Lee of the fortyfourthT exchange it has been decided to limitto Just the thing to ;o with prohibitive. I (6, Gonzalez Gr . . . 11} i iH. I'

C I'! Iron L'efl1s.Foley's 'In time ofppntf' prepare for war." D. Ilatton. . .Lot 19, sub-div ot lot (tj. t"r.tI.zGr ; :
; T" include the city of Lafayette in the regular list $:ti.t ;;runt f
trye : p-r I . . . . . . 1-:
1 t'ii. s Walker county in the list of citiesla. cent cumulative preferr stock Have stove for
1 arid' a or cook-
i gas range
far I Wm. Spe-llman..S 10 acres ot lot lu . . :;: :
) j which backs may b. designated i.j' :;t $3:!. :;; :00 common stock of the tJn.l-I: Honey and ing and heating in your houe al- I Preston Pierce . Sw . 'i" . . ; -

;!. i the governor as! state depositories. Referred ed States Realty and Construction corn.patsy. I I \\\\rchildren.safe.sure nnlat'" I II ways. Strikes may come, !strikes Wra. Moore..Eof w. . . . . ,,_

t ; to the committee on banks. I I i I j !O. but if we furnish with I Lena Wilkinson .Nw1,4 . . . . . . 4. .
Jll::a'H.FHJIl; :: b'H tn: 'I,": may yon
: $ Ff By Mr Houston of Fulton-To g'v--' j I Tie arbitration hoard in session at I gas-cooking and heating stoves I J. A. Adkinson . .Nw .4 . . . . . . I, : ,

t t the re'order's ro-.irt in cities in G"01"- : China! ?o, hearing controversy betwe -i ': Fnll.lwin, i? the schedule of the !!' ap- : J. E. Alexander .Xw'4 . . . . . v j: .

d t frfa! having a riuiation! reayr th.tsire the rubber workers and Morgan &
i tI. }> .ont) authority: to rommit a!'nors ti':-j I Wright! last night made deci5oa! which 1'IIEEWS prints; for the ." No mistakes made by Violet Burton . ..S'Iof s"4 of soil and L'" dseHofh"A'j +

;i 1' q der! 1$\ yiars of are: ton ('onth.n: maid ( ranting: the strikers all their a demands. Benefit of the merchants who hip dealing;:\ wib a?. . . . . JMollno '; r. !. .'
their goods to the carious: army Phil Samuels..Part of Co"perr Collins Grant,
roil". to tL* rfonnt In th"iconntv
} The firm will reinstate" all the dfs-

i in which a'd! citv ,.-> \\I(at"\. j I I ,'barged men and union men and woffivn posts Leaves: f-nsacola.. 7flO a. m. PtllOh1 Gas Cot I 251 .. .U''r'l. . .Book. . .26. .i JlaeI :. 3:1:+ :::.
1 1 ; r I r.fr.: McHenry of Floyd! -To and the old employes; will bo giv. Leaves BarrancaB. ........... ... .... 7a a. rn. i S. P. Stapkins .S'4 of i H i 1. :. ;; rf jt ? . :: 1 .
:tai 'i ..... ...... ...... ......_ >
amend the charter f the rite of R<>ni" Leaves flCkf'n 1: a. m.
Jen the preferor.c and be the last ;oj Leaves' Uarraocas ... .. ... xiia. Unknown Owners. .Lots 39: and! i JJ. . ? . . I :.
( i in 25 and 27 E. Garden St. Pensaccla inr. .
4 pres-Tiliins: : t:>e df.-.s. r>o\v"r? and. !j i be paid off in cases where it I is noc ,"- :.eaves ivnsacolaI ... .... .......... .. ...toi 3 a. m. FlaK W. Gilmore..S& of no't . . . . . : "" .

l I tonus of di'pf( mayor :!n.1 1'lIIlr.:1.{ I. sary to cut down the working fore?. I I Arrives Parrancas 11:111 a. m. and then I Gen A. Hartwell. .Xw>4 of r. A 14' . . . . 1.. ',
makes to Fort McKeu and ben
T.y 'Ir.M-U-r'y of Floyd-T-i i i St-vi-n hundred enaployps ar" affcrtPil.! tar! ; to a larrancM.LPBVt trip re- : D White..Lot 12 leis 4 v res . . . .', .-,:.

; amend' .T art I r.. i. :Meriting: t.he I >' Knrrancab ... ... .... l-l'ip. m LODGE DIRECTOHY U. Manninff. . .X 70 ft of L !U..7;: '011BC'nj.
I f l' in.e .. 't.rfMiJ!: charter< l'jco'.irt i i' Philip Lam hip. alias Bailey was, a: oeavn Pica ..... __. ._ 1.:.) p. in..e D. Jerniean.: .Xw}4 . . . . . . .3" t I'. -
: i ...
ip in Chicago : "VP5 P'-u>acolft 4.s+t m. I'
rested last night on MIS-! ." p. (I. C. t'romwell..SJ.2 of nW1 { . . . . . .-,
t of :Sou.hone.:: [ 'I j L,races Hiokfasi .. ..... ,:1;' p. in ;{ ;:
r clan of having stolen unset diamond I 1 Arrives Hurrancas 5.X::) p. m. and ma:..-.. i iI K IGHXS OFJP YTKI A S W. C. Beck. . .X> of lot I. . . . . . 7 "01, _
fj -- By Mr: :\Idlflny of Floyd--Tn ],1 to the value of nun from tho firm o'XX'arhter :rlp to McK.-e and return. I A. X. Jarvis . .10 acrein n" t riot 3 ii). ri n,> .J it

t ;t S : amerd the charter of t'-e city of Rome j jto i I & Weinman in the Mason. i, On Wedur-'day- and Saturday* the! 1'rni.acola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.. 22, page O'il; +l ) . . . . 3J fi-i} .
will leave Uirr.tncas Ticki 1
+ boat!
1S a?: to a'lthi'ri/c th- city to ere"t Temple last Wednesday.; Members of I via mpp n every Monday! even Est. Man Mitchell. .Nw. . . . . . :! '::1'
for I'uusacola: at 6:150:\
( and operate an cy're! ilcht and power I the diamond dim recognized a photo = p. Ing BI ;:.;) at Castle far J. W. White, Agt. .E% of r''s . .. . . . :! ::'1 :, : ,
4 The General :French is for
army I
in the
hoes 'I I graph of Lanibele as that of a man: I purpose- only and any outsider rmi-t l \::!1ng.tbirdnoor tilountw'attciP I J A. Slay . Se% of n t'.1 . . . . l.t) :4, ."' ';

6t -1 By Mr. McOurry of Han- \n act 10 who had been seen on the sixth floor 'lave a pafrom the quartermaster T 1-?:' \'hHCIC ruthrpn aoMtall'welcomed I J W. Bronson . .Sw 4 of :X\\'i . . . . in", .':. '

4 E )d t' regulate the prai tn\> in the atiprom- j' of the Temple building! on the afternoon ) take pote o > her. II .:'!J' u. A. LEE Emanuel Grubbs .Se 4 of IK'V . . . . .1.1 ,:-i .:

court in rf-paird ro writs of eror.By II of the rolu-rry. Several detectives I _. I'. H. HORNIER .? t i Esther Wheeler .W& of t\\H . . . . . u:! .:..

rrtM x> :\McCirry: : of Hat t-To amend detailed. the i PROFESSIONAL CARDS. K.K.4 A. T. Lee . . .Sw>4 of nw'3 . . . . 14 :I'u

1 section tjV>2 of the cult, cf : were on case, an1 I __ .._ .__ .'nn_______r______. H .. I Wm. Wilson. . .E% of sv.1 of net. . . . it! in:
: 1 Georgia :y I I soon learned that Lambf was in Chi- I Geo. Lo'ke..Nwl,4 . . . . . -,'> 1:.
-t : f' i, > adding t- tonn of H.utwpl! to tin cago. after being absent several W. C. ROWE, M. D. =GOLA= Mrs. Ilighnote. . .Eofnw '; . . . . . .;:1 4-:.

; ? list of towns in which state depositories months in the east. I (>Hi( e: ITS S. Paid. E. Ward . . .Lot 4 . . . . . . 1': ; !.

.4'i. tiF' .' ;,? 4 may ho designated' : Grist and Corn Meal Mills. J. S. Dennis.\V% of sw''I. s'''-: of sw'/i! and .-WI,

r +c .:l By !lit'>: ;rs. Slaton. Houston ani supply nt JIR'n l. Hours 1ro'n''J' : n. m. and l ta 1 p. II of scU; . . . . . u ;:

,d Blackburn of Futon: thy fl'Queat-To Employment \gE'ut-1 have a cuok anc df.t-r 7 o.n: ((8. F. GONZALEZ A CO., Prop g, W. J. Gimlar . .W% oi 'j . . . . . ::.! :n
liorxo .
i 3 provide and establish a new and rcvisrd that will jut suit 'Oll. Sue hs \' JUUB'widow i GC.iviu48i"'irUl f Jno. W. Barrow .Lots 3, 5 and! Ii.; . . . . V, I.

: ; ,) I charter tor the city of Atlanta. and is very fond of c-lnlilr.'ii. Manntactc I J. II. McLendon .Lot 4. . . . ... : . . :;;.j; 1.:1: .-

/ -,1 By :Mr. Hftw.of! Elbert: -To appropriate Mrs. UichU'lsh-But we hat: c no ,'Iiildren. r Z1Itfrf; j t'i UHO1CK 3IKAL AXI. I'l'ltK. GUUUNC Katie Taylor..Lot 43 Human's ,Iiof Kits :1': to

} ; !' ,. the !:'Im of jJiiOfto for the purpose ; STOCK In. f, west of rai.road,: . . . ;5:; ::."
"a' JtnlloYUlI'J1tg"ut Ob. tli.it'll: lie Patronlie Homo Industry for there li i R. F. Liddle. . 20! acres ro'iih cf n13 acr s, 1 It t I,
> of builiiine.! !! equipping and furnishing \ ThI'"l.Jy! ( .lt: .res''ll"'r, ; ,. every reason you should hnyjoar Merl ant I
all right, Uta'am.he: Las: Hof lnrown. 1 .rO. tock Feed from the Home Manufacturer (Dt ul Rook :23: }lag.r..;:.; I . :3 -
an additional; dormitory building \. \ \! I: ,f t'. ,
to LI5.1D
.i Chicago News. I t" pa11a: I' for by so doing you pnconraee: borne tndui- Oliver Foster . Lots 1 and :2. >.:hdItof lot 1 n. i'.
,' I: for the (',or ;a schix l for the deaf : {'.:,.(' i ''1:1 {:lJ(" \. (IM't) II try. Yoor money U lettin the commnnltj DcVillit Gr. . . . ri 1."

'} located at Cave Spring in the county "I' 'V tI ; and foitcrlnK you in turn the borne are indirectly mnnnfacttjrer beneBtflIn yot Huch Cravey..I..ot :2 . . . . . . 142::, ,:
'sit of Floyd. TIle ?l<>flirr Ilnvr.Ilfre. t.. ,. I -.''...,.. n''P'1L, Snt'r n' contribute to the cause of labor. You ow i i John Anderson .7 acres in-i.f c')r lot 1 'Ii'.d!
." said Mr. Sua:?: ::s fts h,! laid: a ; It to thrcommnn'ty in which yon live ant '
-- ., \... n H. *i 'HIGr'.T! I, to book: 2T.! : rave 2::, 1 . . 1 f; '
ch'.oh contribute your support.
1 t'; NEVER ASK ADVICE. volume on the tahh--"Ih ia 1-w-k D. Burnes . . .Lot 3. Ira I :3 a' re. . . . n :i1: ,
& t that I am very desirous I.ucy bull: .. Unknown Owners..Xe> let ;j. . '
When :have cough coll1dou't i . . . 17 >
a or
t you I
t read. } Dock Duffee..l acre :in prt' < tint 4 ar.il' r-nL- ? fir
? nk what i* good for it and pet I "Very well." replied Mrs. Pnasss: ; I I"I'll | Rand'v..1( Book 1- IM,.",. -/li >
: t some tnedieluewitli little or no merit forbid her to touch H.-Pittsburg 1 Harriett Tohopson..I acre in s& cf: M I;, n of li I J f.fip' .

.;t 4 ti a and perhaps dangerous. Ak; for Chronide-Telegrah. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RALI.O.AD. I .-. (IDcfd Bcr-k; '', par': : ; I1)I 17 -

L ;t l ,'i Foley's Honey and Tar, the greatest 1N n'p'T hi:('EMi1-R 1. tool I V. A. Borras..r.O ft !II>' .mt: ft. on \\-t 1.:.'.- n

j throat and it B.'wart' or Ont incurs for Catarrh thaI n':: 1.1 > ij < : lo :3 (II! >..' 1 1 L'! ,k
lung remedy, curescoughs New Ot'leaus and MobileNo.e. .
: tQ I ( onn in Mercury.AS --.- - -- ::7., ;j.'I :_ ; .t. . . . 1.1 ::
and colds I A
$ quickly.V. mercury will surely destroy thest'iie :'100... So. :. So I. No.1. No.L Ella D. Thomas. .::!;;" ft t b: ,: ;-. ft 'tJIth ,: T: : ., n

? ; '0 D'Alernberte, 121 Palafox -street. cf smell! and derange 7:15: a Lls rn 11:11:' p ".Pave ... P"nhcola ._.Arrive 5\ a .:OC p 8:00 J !.. I t .: j}" ;

..t i 4j'i --. _.-.---- -- completely !!:50" i:7: p ; 1:11:1, a L.avr ..... Flomaton .... L"BvPl, : 5 8'' 2:911 p 7:. p i :!.: "a_.' -1., . . . 1If '
tilt wholeytaut when entering 11:0 a t:::! p :5.i a L a\" "n Slohtle Leave t 12-tOn't lllll n 1i:00 11 "
t : ; t A D..n.'n'.nt Morj". _.. ....... !.5p. j'''' a I.ravPYew_ orlp"D8.. Leave I ": "p 7ia! II F. L. Hendricks. .:!211 by ;;.. f1 "astof K'I: Z
'tl "' .. it through; the mucous! surfaces.Such --- ---- ------ ----- ---- --- sl; n'! }J..t 'I;, (D"1 I [I" I. I,
_L. t tt It was dunnir SI-.H.I.: .,-.\!II'I'imwur. : NOrth:
articles should never be tied I l'a' n ::.;I . . . . l' .: '
1 .\ wealth:. ::i.-i. ',:-it.;. v hi had y
r'fe except on prescriptions from reput..lble C. H. Thomas. . .1C') I I b> I 17 i :.t en>t f !i.., sin
L4 ..p Mt his usius t:1': r .I.rf! :'\ ."-"s tu So. 2. So. .. I So. I So. I.
; tf ,
r t'j; t'j of I.t :j 1 : .d
Ills: country was i.:c !i z: iP| auf down I physicians, as the damage they 11\'ipm ll!; p m I Leiva.. .. Ppncnla. .. Arrl"'. 4:00 p sit 5:1J1 a 1n :
; 6Foam tIipm Arrve.. 'ont'om..ry _.I.t'a1'' 1l:15am Book !:+, Iae 7Ui: . IS 2-
s'f j;,t on picket duty one tarn! : i.isht. Smltlenly I will do i is ten fold to the good you Il.xam Pl\pm: trriveHmtngham.LPace 9Niam I 9a5pa 4\l&pm: fH l Mrs. J. C. Wright. .Sw >4 lot :.J:, ='ibd.v /,f n j :.i.: 2-

wt -i5 ho detei-tetl kOII'tit ;iif jpiprmHh-! can possibly, derive from them. !: 7aipm 3:111" m Arrlvr.--a.iivlir' ... Lave .. II J. II. McClendon .Lot 7. 35::: 23 '. .,
"I" DI y. .I90 mrrv! Lomsvnte Leave 8:15
Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured i : p m 2:4 am
hiii'' : lag! flusters and. iuii'Uv! linniiin. lnjuii < r:_ I&m lLf tm ;\rrlt'111r'lnc..U ...I.t''v ':tJJpm lItipm: : H. B. Ilatton.100 ft by 243 ft ;n I Ics 2: ai ''. 3.

I 4 :1 in 11-:Hioii. cnuiuiuiided in a >on >r- by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.. j --- 7r'am It1pm_ .Arrty.. _!+l.t.0uts.-:- : _.Leav"_ 4:1-Spm_ apmYEN'iACOLa I II. Jackson's plan 'T'..c i l>,'ik
contain* and i i" taken
mercury .
9 c ors \oice: \ AND RIVER JUNCTION 11. page 456) :51 2sJohnG. ,
tt .. internally acting: directly upon the !;
Hlive the countersign!" blood! and muu>Us surface of the I Davenport..N part of 1 lot 3I, jark=(,I./" I'ian!
1 '
} The person ehalk'iiaed proved to beau "yt, m. luhujim:; Hall's Catarrh j So.21-Daily No. S-Va'ly ostopwherettmenotabownNo.Z-UaUy I, : -.o. --L.il.- .. i (Deed Hoc l* 24 pge 21". 51; :2:= '

l.. tl 1 .$' ; t# enlisted dry goods clerk formerly Cure be !'urlc'I get the genuine.It 1lf.5 pm lam a m Leave.. ... i'Ann-ol...._Arrl""l IQ:5O pm d:1O p ID I Louise Yniestra..S of lot 50, blk: g, Old City of
I 12t5 night 1UI" ......... r.ob..ml .. .... toP1" 5:Nt It Pensacola . .
} cniplityinl by the merchant before the Ntaken internally and is made in 1JU": : 7:1' It It .._._Yn."Ura..__. lo.1It N 1 8Gl ..
war litiiUo nut.1\ their t'yo". nit t a Toledo. Ohio by F. J. Cheney & Co. 1:!t 7:1 N It ___E C8nbIL_._ .' 10:8'J It 5.1 .. I Attilia Gagnet..SIG ft of n'i. lot v"3. blk 12. Old

Testimonial: free 'I Ipli :: 1:23 : :: --- alai ...-..- ( : i I 5:45 City d Pensaccja .
: ; s smile pla.\td around the comer* of tin I 7.1: _._.. HI ._ .._ tr'.:. :
Sold : up 5t0 Ellen Clark . .E% of lot 12, blk 1. Old cf
: Toe(
t 1 vlcrk's mouth aud he answered in a L) by Druggists" price UM" 7:95" ". .__tialtCity .._._ 10:15 N I 51 City
) .1 t per bottle. U.M" 7311" _.__. I1ton..__ 10:10" I 1iJII Pensacola ..
# > low 'Hhi.perCash : Hall's Family Pill are the best. 1.A1 am. .. _... Oood iiange-_ ..... 4fA" Ellen Clark .E%, less south 4oft lot 73 brA 12,
f : I lM 8'1' .-_.-- Holn .... .- 8:115" I 4:115: "
I + Then the n.enhant. brin.'lni: : his ASK HIM FOR A IICPOINS' ;.V. 2rD) I 8:10"' ..__ tllllltan ....._ 8:?! II I 4:11 H Old City cf Pensacola .
1 iat4 !tM" __Crt-5I\"II'1".._,_ ';18" 1:1q H I Thos. U.DelahuEt..E10 ft and correapcnding to
t piece to a risht: bhouhler. let Liu p.i-s i 8:0. Bbl 4 .._..\) eer Lac:! ....... 8M"I.I. a5 Intendencit stu-et lot 240 Mk

and n'.uUl.i his padn-l.il'l'iI.. 'I:.'.-. S.3".. Pl ._ NoI4y Heac1..._ 1:1t" 13 Old pensacoi'
City of .
t ; .
i 4 tJI! 9:65DeFuniakt:'pringa_ 6.9 i I r:t5 It
; / CASTOR : 4:1'1", PU'. -.....- Arlyl a ...", I. 7H ..4c4) 'I' f .. 1L A. Tonart..All of lot 330, blk 21, Old CV:? of
BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. : 1I 7' ....Ponce de Lr01... 7:211" i 2:1' Pensacola .
{ : 5a: } IflIO' .. ..Wi'5t\'llIe. TI7" i 110 .
S i Mr Minerva: Mnith. of Danville For Infants and Ciildrea I; :S I ,:>I" 10'16' .. CAryvUle._"_' .. Tlt.. 11t.. Joa. Commyns.4uft s front, by i00 ft r 'ot

1 r III., write*' : "1 had bronchitis for ;33:) ",. tot0 -.Bonlfay ....,._ It 'JN1.' j 1:21 352, blk 1, Doaahcn T- ', M
lie Kind Ycu Hare : \ .. ._ "
Always Bcugfc; : 10:41" Cbirley 57 It 1:(( II
and never ot reli.funtil City of Pensa:oJaLldra
tWE'ntv"E'r. : ;? ':11" 11Or" It _.. Cnttondaia._ It ':\IJ" lJ.IPj LOC
't ; I used Folev's Honey :and Tara I ;. "J", 1121.. _-}{art8pna'.._._ It 1:00" t o:U Willis.. . Lots 6 and 7, blk 'it

which is a pure cure." CortJin: n'l Bears tu 7:3') na .". C3pr.Ss __ 6:29 IbL'i a :tr Trait City of Pc'i . .
N Grand "
7:40 n: _
'} opiite. W. A. D'Aletcberte, 121 S I atc:a of u1 1\i.. I ttI noon :;ne41.PJdge.___ 1ia2"1i1. 'nn"1tlilil' EdwardJcces.East 30 ft of west r T' a

.. y3 3 Yalatas.V : 8:15" _:11"rrlvelUTe.. ''1nctlon _Lt.ve 1:10 4 I toW 21 to 25, blk J,, iWiiuw-i '.__.:ta




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lhe lily yt :::. COH COX rse r PABST I NEB MALT BERi! [ Orelika Clayton, Ala.Speaks, Oc L at 30.-Opelika.hon. Henry I PiSEMATiiilE BLAST I A HAPPY I J !

Description of Land. e y 4-1 C rOs y I D. Clayton, congressman from this: dfs- HOME :!r rIs : 1..

=' I 1o ... _= I trict.! delivered the ablest speech for INJURES IX MINERS'! y
the Democrats f'
o 5w O C .:: SPKCIAL ."lm"E3"OW ever heard here Wed ; one where health abounds }
H K:: < < 5;;j FOli I nesday. Circuit court adjourned at -- With impure blood there cannot I: 1
MIKING 3IALF. 11 o'clock in order that Le I
I might use be good health. 1.With 1.

q City of Pens.icoa! . .. .. 5 71 --- the courthouse. H? pictured the cater "Walpclo H.U Near IresKouutain a disordered LIVER there f t

a' . .\V17V'2 ft of lots -'i to 25, and all of of the Republicans: in this 1' .LI".1, cannot be good blood. l
lot 26. LIk :SBjn. Tr City of ON A SCIENTIFIC BASIS Sbov.vd: the horrors of,ruoustruu.uii. 5hcn., the Place. tIts

Pensacola . . . . 7 o7 the infamy ot their actions in saddling[ -- 14

_ . .Lots 22 to 2C, bl'i: :2'J, Belmont I -- I j mountains of debt oa the state, roun- MARTIN IS SCRIOUCLY INJUP.EO '

Tract. City of Pensacola. .. ? g 14 In lliin Way the Big Brewery Makes I i ties and municipalities. How they Tntt'sPiIIs

. Lots IS and 13. elk; Belmont Tr, I bad placed not only Alabama bu i j
City of Pcnsa'ala . .. 212>1t i Ilia tame Kind if Bi'cr11 Blast Occurred
II IIYpar the entire south under the heel of negro Late Wednesday Afternoon
t g; . .Lots 20 to 2S, !UK 43, Belmont 'l ullr.tI. i domination. He
: ;r 1 r, City of Pensacola . . 22 13 was heartily and Was the Result of a reif the torpid LIVER and restore
cheered by the large audience y i i ;
? . Lot 20, blk 46, Belmont Numbering I i present. Charge Going Off In the Mine Pre
natural action. ,
of Pensacola, . He urged the voters to turn out and 1 ;
City 19 2s SOw 3 !54; The following extracts are cupped !
. Lot ::1: blk: 46, Belmont: Number from the Milwaukee Fr Press I I i indorse and sustain the Democratic: maturely.Iron A healthy LIVER means pure : J

ing, City of Pensacola. . . 19 2s 30w 3 i>4 ;e : ticket, and the enthusiasm showed blood_- -. y
of Iotltanlirh.! ., Oct. :Ci\: Six ,
Now -
: .:IlIin45 ft lots 1 to 4, blk 73. Belmont course, everybody knows they were in hearty accord. He touched ; I
how beer is made. Beer is the liquid the mn'r5re seriously injured by a Pure blood means health. t ,
Numbering City of Pen- up Republicans on the tariff
sacola . . . . .. .28 2s SOw 1038 resulting tram brewing malt with and other questions and showed that !blast in the Walpole mine late )'\5'1: Health means happiness. t

': -,.;11. Lot 8. blk 80, llemcnt0.., City the adding right some proportion hops thereto of water for ihvor.and I the Democratic party alone was the terday. They are: 1'ike no Substitute. All Druggists, t .

cf Pensacoh., .. . .. 23 2s SOw 1 87 It's just like cooking; bmikfast food. party of the south. I Captain Ben Martin, seriously I -- !

., Lot 10, blk 83:;, Belmont., City of You pour on the water, add a little I I i;i -- Charles AndE'son"illiam BcarJ. j fl' t

r Pensacola . . .. . 19 2s Sow4 43 salt and then you boil it for fifteen II I I The III lie of 'vipiililrfs. Edward Williams. Charles Sordca an II The Tonic f j
.Lot 5, blk94 Belmont No.. City of minutes and your meal is ready. Of Star sapphires are generally of a one unknown person. I / par Excellence. 1 Jr r 't

Ponsaccla .. . . . 19 2s 30w 150 (cour f, if you have poor breakfast I grayish blue tint, and the stir I* exhibited The blast was prl' atuTi).
.' t. Lot 13, blk 127, Bolraont No., City food you will have: a poor meal ; and in its gre.iteft perfection when I ": i ''

of Pensacola . . . . 19 2s SOw 3t I soaln, it you have poor malt you looked at by the light of the sun or a 'hrti Contrntmrut Uf'l"n. I .. :
.All of blk 13;). Belmont No. will have I ,
City pour !beer and vice versa. cauille. The sapphire is Count! of all The chief aim of should I
.; of Pensacola . . . . 19 2s 20w 251 every family I i r. i q1
Whtre Malt tints and > hades of Mut/ hut the color i t
ii Made I* ciiuttntmi'iit. Without th.- cju:::!i.iv; I '
Lot C, Ilk 13S. Belmont No., City ,
of Pensacola . . . . 19. 25 :SOw: Dl The fir&t things visitor ha to see I which approximates to the shade formerly hl.lllt'l'all bi maintained on th-l'in! I'
.Lot 22. blk: 138. B .licont Nc., City when calling at the Pabt Brewing called "bleu do roi" is the most of pease. happiness mill profit''-. '..!n) < I '/ : I

of Pensacola . . ... . 19 2s :SOw: :317: company i" the building where the I valuable.! .1\ really tine sapphire should tcutnivttt will bring! ui.iro l''I.f.rt:l Il.l: : j jc CA Wino Cordial .1 '
.Lots 13 to l\ blk 137; BelmontNo. new malt, ;11 distinctively modern ul'la'ir blue \ly artificial light; as will <. vs of costly i>uintmi:> or thuii-.in:S I re 1< tor ) ,I. ,I;

.. City of Pensacola . 26 2s :SOw: 221! product, i' tlI a Malarial and ;
.S17 ft blk 173 Unlmont No., Cityof variation: in malt production has I generally lit niih-h larger size than\ great stm: -. It moans nil that Impv k Fevers Typhoid i j j ,, ',

Pensacola . . . . 26 2s :SOw: 1 31 been so great ilut unless a brewer the ruby. The name "sapphire" is life stands for says Margaret E. :ungbt Colds, influenza, Ac. ) ,
.536; ft lot C, bik 4, City of Pensa was extremely painstaking; and not in-rhaps the only ono which runs <'r in Suwos'*. ,
mindful of ..; ,
cola . . .. . . . ID: 2s SOw 4 4} the same kind expense of beer houldoin from made end throuKh! all I.wuaf's; ; with very slight/; : Those who imagine that home Is only vu. !, i ,

.Lots 11 and 12, blk 19, City of of the to the other. one alteration! -the Hebrew name sjipphir. a place in which to sleep and cat haul } t .

Pensacola . . . . . 19 2s SOw 8 21 This year problem of retting: the "new the CLalda! sapirinon. the Creek; zaf- a mistaken idea of the most can>II'UI" i
Lot 8. blk Y3, c.fy of Pensacola. 19 2s SOw 3 24 malt" has bef-u under considerationby tiros, the Latin sapphirus. ete. titmcasuri's of life and little or i.o i The Beer j i
.Lot 26 and w>& oi lo t23;), blk :S3: the Pabst Tito and .
for regard for their country. nun I IOUlt'n
City of Pensaoa: . . . 19 2s SOw C 33; = company many Anythinw
I years p.i: t. Every expert was; given Fire In \\ who /Lave located and iMultliblird That Made
Lot 21 and e% cf lot :23:; bIt 33, the opportunity of pn'oPhtiughi"; j 4J f j. IANHH
Take composed of i
powder equal who
i homes the muoi
are ones I
Persacola . . . 19 2s II
City of : 30w 6 35 ideas: as to what he would be I I I Ilr I.f I..
. Lots S, 9, and 10, blk :39: City of i the widest and beat thought plan for obtaining ,I weights:: of loaf sugar:: and chlorate of tain good! government and not those! I ,{{

Pensacola . .. .. .. ... 19 2s 30w .5 03 I a malt such as is now the ex-1 I Iclulve potash separately reduced to fine powder whose lives are given, to idle roaming DICDR I: R r TAMVS U ; I f
and then mix well Thisis
together. and whose homes "under their i
,. .Lot 13, NIt 41. City of Pensacola. 19 2s :SOw: 1 21\ product of the Pabst com .
r. .N90: ft of lot 6 and of e'j of lot pany. No suggestions; were adopted placed in tome nssl'I'uclL\ as a cup hats." I "t :

; 5, blk 4C, City of Pensacola .. .19 2s :SOw: 821 however, until after the fired or, in fact anything that will preventthe -IS- I, '

i i .' .SCO ft of w?-. of lot 2, less w 1 ft, June, PJUO, when the various mem- fire from injuring the table. When An Offset. ; ,;

; 51, City of Pensacola . .. 19 2s 30w 2 21 bers of the firm met day after day to ,. this powder is touched with the least Wealthy American Father-i -laW'-1 VICTORIA i,
n..Lot C anti e1. lot 5, blk !56; City round out the scientific findings concerning drop of sulphuric acid, !it will instantly find count, you did not tell me the full

of Pensacola .. . . . 19 2s SOw 541 malt production which had I, burst into a flame. Take a stick or extent of your debts. MADE BY ACME BREWING CO.
. N70 ft lots 1 and 2, blk :57:; City been gathered from all parts of the I'' wand previously dipped in the acid Count Uoylon do Bakko\'lsnek-\nd r I

of Pensacola .. . . . 19 2s! :SOw 443 world.. and after sundry motions touch the did full extentof IlKST 10-CENT I10TILU: BEEUIN ;
II II II 11 it .. II it you not tell me, sare, ze '
11 II
. .Lot :3 I, blk 73, City of Pensacola. 19 2s 30w :3: SO powder and the same reralt will be mademoiselle's tcmparc.-Chicago TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER.
. Lot 2, blk 81, City of Pensacola .19 2s 30w 101 In order to produce good beer, irodiieed. BROS.
. LQt 8 and S?2 of lot 9, blk 100, good malt is absolutely essential.: ; Tribune. t

City of Pensacola . . 19 2s 30wI 43 The method employed'. to producethe There is no crime. All crime is ipno- AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
"new malt, concerning which CANCKll CL'KKI: BY BLOOD 1ULM;
', .1? 22 1JlklO;;. City of Pensacola 19 2s SOw: 64
:; European brewers are already inquiring ranee. Its remedy is education.--FreeI'oin. I I. W, Harper his cy.
10 blk 106 City of Pen-
. 1 to are far in advance of : .
la . ... . . . 19 2s 30w :3: S2 thing that has ever been used every.be- All Skin and BlulHI Jli-oasv Curetl.Mr" I Main House-101 8. Palafox street.

. -:: 'in'ioflot 2, blk 130, IREMEDY I M. L. Adam: Fredouin, Ala, : II. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depol I,
. . .. 19 2s :: fore.And -- -I
i d' Pensasola SOw 4 43 every barrel of "Pab-t" i is |. took Botanic' Blood Balm, which f r. P. O. Box *I. Pen"acola, Fla. 1 '
slid: 7, blk 132. City ofa now brewed with the "new malt" Phouaa 116-2KX.: ;
: .. .. .. . .19 2s :SOW: 4 43 and is generally styled "Pabst New I CATARRH factually cured an e .
I ;:-', tlk 133, City of Malt Beer," and is a revelation in the UO.Iand face. The ,sores healedup '

i . . . .. 19 :2s! :SOw: :3: 54 the art of brewing.; If is absolutelypure !! is sure to give RElYSSATISFACTION perfnctiy. Many: doctor, had LLS J

_-,, blk 135, City of and !!superior to anything oiler- ''1 Cq given up ln-r case as hopeleshun\ ; f.EffNYiio'iiirL'pHI..t..... ,
. . . . . 19 2s 30w 2 21 ed in the market. i I 1 a0 ?qq coq tolN : ,.i.r".,$, I.
drpd of C'l-t-'; of cancer, eiitnisore .
{ 'III(
N, City of Pensacola 19 2s :SOw: 4 13 S. A. FRIEDMAN. i Ely's' Cream Balm AD tr fc V.:.tl m II(Ml s IIl.Tt.ICt.I (...1.1 ',or" ,t."'..(.LISIl. ...... I
n mER W -.. -iipp'Tatm; !wplliu2a! Pte., ., ,. .. .
.L! !IJ ik 139, City of Wholesale and Retail Ai!rent. v ;" see .the
I = ...
. .. .. ... .. . 19 2s :SOW: 8 21 :, It flrn Cll'HDofS.lief utOnrf soothes, lJ Q v han been cared by Blood Halui.AmotiKOthiT 'FL-l4 f .I.hYnQe.u..h.Iltua.n....,......, i' ) ...... .. sell r..a4e.& .. I I
I dis1 oc ; -, Mrs. .B.1.: Ouerney, it 1.11..1..... T..I..I.lI r I .I
and heals the -
The \Vor8t Komi. rlol' Stand. Ala. HH no-c and 't. ",t. -k.P.ffri.dleq".nt.nwIe., ...,....,.,.
eased' membrane It ya --\ s urn Ut.II lu mill r i $I4 bf s i I
of lot 25:>> blk 142 .
t. .
.. .
catarrh mid r < .rh. ,< hrmlnl
Multitudes the cures S. lip were raw abed, with offensive V.
are singing
.:;oa! .. . .. 192s :SOw: 440 praisesof Jriv> s away a toldIntbehratlyutrkly. <' : Mjrflu.. .-IIIIt4.. f4V
N, ,v City Penscola' 4 IS Kodol, the new discovery whichis E.\: eLN'I' I I discharge: from the eatingore.; :
it abwrbed. Heals Doctors advf-ed cutting, hut it
!' ,::1. x. NIK' City Pensacoli 3..3 making; so many sick people well fllld Prnt.ct ibi. COLD ''N HEAD failed Jilood Balm hb.tkd: tluor pfc&I CURE YOURSELF I t i I

L v: : ton I i- New City Pensacola; .. & 324 and;weak people strong by digestingwhat I ll'rnbrlln" ,,. !' "'". and Mrn. (Jufrney ,i- awell *** CCCE9; *yi VM r.is: for onnaturaliiHC.mn.o
s 'd i'ate S .1!
.' I iteetorrth' n M" ain I ditrharr'eIadanrmatlune, : ,
'j i J-.l' : I !Ik:: 37. New City they eat, by cleansing and I I full Fir.,';,Ic.; Trial Size ale: at Druiiuiht) I as ever. Botanic: Jll.iod: IS.ilinabo ?' W imu'uonii' ulcir liutn 1.
I'1 I 1 . : . .. .. . C O J i'lor by mall. cures eczein.i: itchllrg !humors. I i roil. iinctare. tf mucooi meojbraDel. I
'. . sweetening the stomach and bytransforming KM! UKOTIIKKS.i : [ Prrrrau'' t.loa. i'unhvs. and nut astria
i I' 13 New i
Til I bit C3, scabs and scales, bone paiuuleiTi.. .
tHtEVA.SCKIV'CI' Rent ur puuuaoud.
their food into the 5>i Warrtlll'itrt'L New York.L am (Co.
r r', ',-.>.-oa . .. . .. 299 I'I offensive pimples, blood \poi-on. carbuncles Sold by DrnnbUtcr f I
kind of rich red blood that j
,'r. '. Now iCty Pensacola 1 57 pure scrofula, riintrand bumps'| '' P.S.A.Uovutci. tent ID plait wrapper, i. t
feel all
makes you good over.
I"J', S. : : :-:;, New City Pensacola 101 Cran fill, of Troy, I. 1', writes: Fora on the kin and all blood troubd.-. 4' .' I I II IT I flu ciprrKi, iirSbuttlil, prepaid, (!.TS.Cut ; '
. i r"" :'", blk 103, New City number ot years I was troubled I' Druggists;. RI 1 per large bottle '' 4 s 'Circular itiit ba tuuue&t ,

J', 'a ... .. .. .. .. 635 with indigestion and dyspep-ia I I L CurseI Sample of I'.otanic lll'od Bilm fret f
. .tInt 13 and e 18 ft lot which grew into the worst form. and prepaid by writing l"od Balm PARKER'S 't. I
; : I M7. Kew City Peasacola 10 03t Finally! wa induced to up; Kodo": I Co., Atlanta Ga. De-cribe tMubln j| 1 HAIR BALSAM t
and special medical adtic.' -< ;-it rn''' f nu>Mi mid txvi1 r fn the luir.
j i t > : oik New 7 ,
lOS City and after u-iug four battles I am entirely ,j t m ;uniri nl ,ruwth. ,.
: ,. .U: . . . . . 541 cured. I heartily recommend I I sealed letter. It i is; certuniy: wo' MI :' j T Ktr eHaver to Fnili to Krstore Bray '
Hair 115 Youthful Color.
1 -I.. 8, blk 109. New City Kodol: to all sutlers from indigestionand : while investigating; such II n mask 'i'I ,1 y1 C.sa'r, ..."I .1>...... *,..hi. *..t.,1LCII .. I' i iI
i-ola . . . . . :3 17 dY l'epsil. Take a dose after : able remedy, al>l<'od Balm CUM- .Y. I } i
the most awful, worst arid mo-t i, -- ,
.1 1 blk New meals. It what )
to d. 178. City digests; you eat. DRINKrrttFn tJ1
: iacola: .. . 13 -11 llargia Pharmacy, John Hhepard: deep-seated blood ditaes.NOIICB. I CHOICEST j!

.I. > 14 to 16, bik! 2-J2! New'city Sidney:; Kahn.TEDDY .

1'ensacola . . . . . 224 I !,
.L. t 7, blk 305 New City Pensacola 1 73.V : I : M: ,
\ 100 ft of sw?i New City No., a SOUTHERN TRIP. I have been authorized to take I I I 1

i+if blk 336, New City Pensacola 19 2s SOw 113 President Will Make a Visit to This WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.ffiiti" subscriptions; for Wm. JenninHryan's ;.' FRUITS AND CONFECiIONERY

.1 .t 1, blk 3..J, Xew City Pensacola C4 Section Early Next Month. -f-,>. I"'I ', "i'r,1I 11 ghtd' n/1 paper, "The Commoner.

.L t 4, blk 11, Dallas Tr, City of V'ialungt.a, O<'t. o".Presl.l.; r.t tint' .,(w. or<.<>''.. i'li'i'tt/ j'nh' nt'a kwii liily/ ?. The vance.price Those is $1.00 desiring per :year: the in paper ad -AT- I 1 I
J''nsa'ola : :'3
bik'i2'"balias"Tr R"'.M'vclt will!! make a trip through a I I M hlt<'Kil>l>nnKi>wlllcureordcHroy can have it sent to them by sending C. APOSTLE'S ,
a .1 land 2, i the ihsfn.Hd npp-titH for alcuhulic htimu- : t
s l gait of the south Mt month if official I lant', betber the patient Is a confirmed! II.OOto the undersigned I ,
; i I' ty of ItnsacMa . .... 2 :1 ,
r lH!-in. s!' should: ) not make his i i inebriate, H tippler," social drinker: or I H. M. ROC-HE, I i ,
.L : pres-1 U East :
r I 1. blk 52, Dallas Tr, City of i drunkard. IrnpnMblr foranjorir to havenn Care Daily NFoey's ewtl. I CSfEIKlEEl St. ; i
nsacola .. . . . 443 cme ;\YusLiia.on; necessary at that'' apjeliii for alcoholic liquors utter Using I
i .w't. ft of lots 1 to 5, blk 2, City tin'!'. !'j i \\ bIte Kilibon Keinerty. ; I Formerly Cordova Restaurant KtaL4 {j ,
Ihll..rof'll l l> :Mf in hen ofV.. C. T. 1'tl Kidney Cure
: ,,:' Pensacola .. . . . 28 2s SOw: C S3: Tlu trip will he made about the mi.l-1:', I ro. \t"orp.y nrpoo olllIHlnt'nr1..nl of Woo O-IP car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 f ti i
;. .I I 6 i7. bill 2. City of Pen- die of the month the primary object 'j I I mans rhrUtian 'lemperaaci* I'nion \".'uIturaI makes 1 kidneys: and bladder: riz&i. J to $2.00 per dozpn. 1 .'

'. [,cOla . .. . . . 28 2s :SOw: 354 of it being to enable the president to I j j i \ Ciilifornla.Kilibon Keinedy writesI on very have obstitiato'teste1Vlnto "f f.'' J ,"I ,
.I. 6 to 11, or a v4, blk 12, City attend the rertption to be tendered : drunkard, and the cure* have !>een IIIlIn,. 1,| : ;

i'J':Pensacola . . . .. 23 2s 30w :354": : II y" the citizens Memphis: to Genrral ;. cretly.In many 1 care cheerfully the 1t"1II.ly recuninit-nd was given and mlorse 'e-- WICKE & CO. ; 11'1;
: ., I:
.L r 4. Pebley's dlv of blk 22, City Luke Wright vice governor of ( White Kiltlxm It"III.lplllh..n. : of ,
of Pensacola .. . . . 28 2s SOw 3 51 thi'I t' our 1'nlon are delighted to rind an I"l'.nn.mlcal ; '''I
t -.Lot 5 blk of Pensacola. 23 2s SOw: 101 Philippines.Subsequently: tn-atment to aid us In our temperance .
25. City "
Lot 4. blk 2S. City of Pensacola. 23 2s :SOw: 1 20 it is expected that the ''> Druggists work. or liv mall, <1. Trial package Plumber Gas and steam fitter : I : 1

.Lot 6, blk 28, City of Pensacola. 28 2s 30w :3 21 president will accept an invitation to free by writ ill 1'1 Mrs. A. M. Townsend 'for i I
: Lot 9. blk 28. City of Pensacola. 2s :SOw: 1 20 participate in a hear hunt in the cam1- I I of a Woman's Christ- I : I I t
.Lot 13, blk 28. City of Pensacola. 23 2s 30w 2 87 brake* of Mississippi. He may em, ,ian years Temperance Union'', 218 Tremont I No. i South Palafox Street. ; :

.Lot 23, blk 29. City of Pensacola. 23 2s 20 101 irate the opportunity while in tlu. i 1 St., Boston, Mass. Sold in i-ensacoia by 1 All Kinds Oi Plumbing anti Gas Fitting Materials Kept on Hand I. ; j ,

t Lot 16. Pebley's div., blk 3S, City costa to visit! the Tupkerfee! institute i!II HlululI111:1r09.: 21 h. Pilafon St. I TRI.KPHOKB 525 '. PKN8ACX1IA H.A. f : t
Pensacola .. . . . 2S 2s 30w 354 at Tuskeiree. Ala., of which Booker T I, __ : I
.\\' ft of lots 13 to 11, blk 41, Cityof Washington is president. ------ 4 j I 1 i

Pensacola .. . . . 28 23 :SOw: 727 ; I 'I' .
t Lots 6 and 1, blk 43, City of Pen- Killian Killed: at Spartanburg. M i

} sacola . .. q . . . 28 23 SOw I 5 41 ) ; : :
S. C.. Oct. 20. Lawrence

: '. Lot Ib, Ilk 43. City: of Pensacola. 23 25 :lOw 6 03:; Spartanlmnr.
< .EastSl ft of lots 1 to 4. and 21, blk Killian was run over and killed F. E. BRAWNER'S ;; ii jP'j

41, City of Pensacola . . 23 2s :SOw: 1 09: by car wlwls at Snartanfourg! junction! j
t :'::J Monday night. Killian was an employs '
: . Lots 12 to 23, Uk 41, City of Pen of the Southern road and was THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA.'l i : !! 1 t II'

sacola . .. . . . 2S 2s SOw 4 13 walking down the tracks toward the

Lots 9 and 10, blk 50, City of Pen- switch when a freight train approach 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- 73 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 10'' doz Men's All Wool Camel'3Hair I ; $ I ::1

, sacola . .. . . . 2S 2s :SOw: 113 ing caused him to step on the siding Day: Skirts, worth $l.oO, special sale I suit, all wool worth $3, special sale I I Undershirts, worth tl.50 special ; : : j
t -- .Lots 13 and II, blk 50, City of Pens when a shifting engine struck hie, 9:3i: each. $I sly! suit. I $1 ldrawfr; to match, in White, } j :1
. . . .. 23 2s 30w 1 }..Ji ,! :
sacola . .. crashing him beneath the n'b eE. He i :ij Ladies' Rpady-to-Wear Rainy- Remember we carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors.I j ;
i --.Lot 2. going east blk fiG, City oft badly injured that h* died! with I Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants, from :3 to 10 age; at We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk ", i j J i I 'I i' i I I
was so .
: . . . . 23 2s 30w 113 !
Pensacola . worth $1 special sale S2.4S each. prices to suit evrybody.Look 'I Shirt and Drawers, worth f3j: spec r I
in hour. This is the third fatal # : ; i
, .Lot 5, or s 50 ft of nw>4, blk :56:; an 60 Ladies'. Black and Colored at our Show Witdow for ial to close 11.20 each. II i i : f ,\ I
k City of Pensacola .. . . 23 2s SOw 4 43 accident! at the junction! within tSi Wonted Skirts, worth ?1 50, special prices; on Ladies' Underwear.We I i 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed i r' i ''I I' J! !

t ; .SIS ft of n 10S ft, e front by 90 past few days. sale 9:c each. carry a swell line of Ladies'I i and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at 'I ," I I {

ft, blk 56. City of Pensacola. 2S 2s SOw: 3 34 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured Flannel and Silk Waits at prices: so I 2->cdr.1werstomatch.; j f II' I +

W30 ft of swU. blk :56:; City of Forty Yeart. Torture I Skirt, worth $2 GO) to J5, special everybody can wear one. 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and : ; 1

Pensacola .... . . . 23 2s 30w 4 43 To be relieved from torturing-I sale fl//:! to $l.IIS eacb.HeadytoWear 70 doz iMen's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at GOc ; t I ;
. .TC100 ft of nw'i. blk 1i7, City of Jacket, our price Moreno Undershirt*, special 20c ; drawers to match. ; jl i

Pensacola . . . . . 23 2s SOw 5 41 ease after forty years' torture might j $l.43 to fS) each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies': ; j' i
.Lots 6 to 15. and nt 2 lot 16, blk S3, well cause the gratitude of any one. ;i money by looking at ours beforebuying. 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirt Men's and Boy's and Girls' Hhoes ,1 r I! .

City of Pensa-nla . . . 23 2s 30w 3 54 That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel !?, worth SOc, special 35c ; that we can save you 25c on. i -; :! '
F .Lot 24, blk 89. City of Pensacola 23 2s SOw 64 Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, O. 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at $l.W drawers to match. I Remember-We carry a full Una : ; I ;
.N110 ft of ne'.;. blk 9!, City of Pen- to S5; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts ofMen'sClothing Hougnt 60c on t. 1,1; I I

sacola . . . . . 23 2s 30w 3 54 He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel 49\ Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece worth $1, special 75c ; drawersto dollar. We will close them out at i'I I r I
. .S10 ft of ne!,, blk 91, City of Pet- Salve cured me of piles after I had: | suit, worth $1.50, special 5sc suit. match. I I just; }i price off other merchants. t :I' !t tS 1 It

sacola . . . . . . 23 2s 30w 354 suffered forty years.' Cures cuts, I
-s. .Lots 1 to 4 and 21: blk 96, City of burns, wounds, skia diseases. Beware I Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place f JJ I. ; j I ii

Pensacola . . . . . 2S 2s 30w 163: of counterfeits. Hargis' Phar- 1

--.All blk of.11 G.except City Pensacola.lots 7. Sand. .24. ., 23 2s 30w 486 macy, John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. I, F. E. B R J\ W N E R S ,f ll";.1 J

't .\' 60 ft of e iu:' it. blk 117. City '

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: -p *& _. BAD MAN : PUBLIC SPEAKINGAT I Consumption can certainly be cured. I AN UXPARALLFD: KH? ( ,

i Al EWSI I ARMORY TO-NIGHT: Not all cases, but very many. Ayer's

Katered at the Post Office at 1'ensacola, ;, r
is AyfrCo
Pectoral the
J'la.. second-cla9s matter ;, FROMJJOUNTY ;I I Cherry medicine. M..,:

General Wm. B. Lamar arrived
j OrriCEPltt' Building, 21i} I' I
) + fililo* street, np-stalrs. last night from Tallanassee and will

f Terms: Invariably, in Advance. ONER TO PROTECT HIMSELF. speakers will be Senator S. R. Mai- Prisoner Admits His Guilt but Does During Aa (u-t .-:: t ; \ \

Oae Tear by Mall . .- ....__ 15 uuBlx ,., lory, Hon. W. A. Blount, Scott M. STONE HUTS Not Implicate Wife. the death claimt: :, i: '

i Months .. .. .... .. .. ... taI- -- Loftin and others.Tomorrow ;I Atlanta u.>t. 30.-"Tho&e diamonds! states and Can-.d-i h i :' .
; OII.WeekbyfarrlerPaYablelonday: 10 I Edward bad I Ii i are In my wife's hat." '' ble, Life Assuranc-; ,
j Byrd, white, a man I there will be a grand '

f M hertising Rates Furnished on Application : from Bluff Springs, was shot yesterday i old-fashioned barbecue at Bluff I''i''Special to The Dally News. crook Dr. made R. II.this!Thomas statement, the to confessed the city i I j!I paid within one dn.tf-., "

: by Deputy SheriIIBrewton: while Springs.I Victoria, Oct 30.-Archibald Cameron detectivesVedaesday night, and as :! proof.

road superintendent who has just he spoke his wife was standing facing 'I I And during imlin; ,
the latter was attempting to effectByrd's :! I ''' ; ,, "
UNiONt' LFtBEIIri i I CURE COLD IN OSE DAY I arrived: here from Porcupine says the I him. i jear lia'Htlif : icii 1 1\-\ : c
arrest for assaulting: a young line of tounflary i
II Take Laxative Jtrnmo Quinine Tablets. I,I monuments alleged! The hat was a very large one o; Idu1)S;?\;.
lady, beating an old woman: and car ThissQnatue! .,r Ml I. on "erJ to have been discovered! and stated to I pure white with a heavy white bri!
box, 25c. fIrp n be deinarKations! of the Alaskan This excel th- -
OOT 31 1902 ryiug concealed weapons. To all of i I as a centerpiece. It was remove.1 ,
i PEHSAOOLA I boundar, are the ruins of stone hu's ] Lylr3.. Thomas and! searched, but great record. It I 1.,.,-
these charges Byrd is said: to be SURVEYOR ON built by the Indians of the inferior '' been
I I I : no diamonds were found. approached btil; i :,
EVEKYKODY is getting ready to guilty, but he did not say he would i I whore they met those of the coast oa j Dr. Thomas had promised to tell the party

} week. a neutral ground about 68; miles\ from'' officers whero they could! find the diamond
have a glorious gala so plead when he faced Jud e Beggs COYLE STREET "Strongeht in flit \\ ,
t tidewater, and about 1'' miles beyondthe I :* stolen! from Davis k Freemanif
't rtl' ATLANTIANS look through the in the criminal court next month. I I timber line.America's they would bring his! wife before ;:, THE EQUITABLE I 1.i i : "

l n glass darkly when they view Bobby Byrd was brought to Pensacola i i him. He seemed to ie disappointed I AXCE HOCli i I ,

i since his defeat. afternoon '! Civil Engineer Farquhar and a'' Famous Beauties nhen the diamonds not found. '
Walthour I yesterday and jailed with- I were OF THE |l :NTH I I111OWI4ES 1"

+ u// out bond. His wound was dressed corps of men reached to Coyle street Look with horror on Skin }<'ruptions.lUotche The prisoner said he hid the diamonds I

.'e 'it rl -I, i ;;, Sores, Pimples. They don't In the trimmings of his wife's
claim it will be an :suc after he reached the city, as there i iI yesterday afternoon and had driven iI I have them, nor will any one who hat while on the train Monday afternoon I llU.j. ,.

cess. Hurrah for Lake City had not been time to do so before I i stakes on every street west of Pala- u-es Bucklen's Arnica Halve. It while going from Atlanta. He I
j. srlorifies the face. Eczema Halt General ..
l&l fox to the street on which the work would not say whether his wife knew j: \:=i i
BEKNHAKOT i is, coming back: train No. 1 paed; BIulI Springs. I ; Bhenm vanish before it. It cures
lie rlaci-il the diamond: t'iee.!
hands chilblains. 309 H. Palafox <: j ;
sore lips chapped ,
ended for the diy. The work is be-
tJ to bid us good-bye again. How the I Excitement ran high at that place Wednesday<< night Dr. Thomas con' 'I II'ntd
: : I I I I Infallible for Piles. 232; at W. A. -. .
L4 dear creature: does hate to part from I in the early afternoon yesterday and lug pushed rapidly: and as; each D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 south to make a statement and h-' ': --- -

'' : Palafox street. 1 I spoke 8tut hts r-5: for te! fir:; '
,. us. from accounts it is wonder that' street is gone over and stakes j Save Money '
1 Unt2. Hb: j" that of &yl /
: .t,1ry a YOI::g
I a profile for the topograhical map is; :; .
PIl"1H" killed.
t BETS are said to be plentiful someone was not Early in [, Kill County's Contest man hlr-d "d f.r rile want (..f01:-

x : I' q1 iu Jacksonville, but as, only the day Byrd is alleged to have gone completed. All sorts of reasons are : Oal'.o-: ilK <;3... O. t. :3<{.-Th- ,,' i.I an.! r.'Y., Thr.UcI: it all he will: lure at Mars/1;

a politicians hubitate there the liar-i to the home of an old woman:; whose ,: given by residents of that part of the : prnn <. 3 in inan !irt.: :rp.-II': !:: fix'f't net ::lcat" wntd, aftt! his ,s :!i, Great FIU'1: 'i'

4 (. vest mu-t be small j jCiiAMitiKLAiN for the stakes being in the I ov-r ti a j":,:-;" r.r '. jt':'!<''it rsh';' it" Ii! > I{I I a.r.i : i : ,;
city put
name the could not recollect .
'tk 1 3 ---- ----- I deputy ] city! r fat 'i* !; i i. '..rT'Jud.'n O I'i Ii"; ,,; !:; rats, r. l!';- I!"Yllty to h's rium. -

4 i 4M is booked for | and by a great show of authority, j streets.. H! T'.t.T t:." : r. f.t :"C'I'. H .;" p.pl'i ',. ,, wI: 11'1": :'!1_.. ,. .: -' '. '!ng hm .h':! ,

1f .i youth; Africa, and to Emptror William proceeded to break up furniture and !i Rushville. Ind. i ;dti K" f.;)> .>i.u..i:. a-.t i i.- :' t.-: : '. ..j : IV ,t. ''-'J.1

is detailed the honor of wearing i Messrs. ELY BROS. :-! have been j d"'oie..t mat .-. ..rel! t .'i'r., .ve !ineirriilution \--.1 II ; r' .: I ::1..i hie i : \r"; I1r"tlz.d STEAMER LINE ,:
in his .
things distinctly t
n the monocle for I:urope.la carry own a great sufferer from catarrh and I nvrr Il.p f" r..u : .->nif-ti!'u ''I IDP >t 1-.1: i ,' >. ; h.tn I L..:

---------- I appointed way. Producing his pistol hay fever and tried many things, I; C : r Tur:1:1 to .ii- t l'I
i f IT is said Tom Johnson is in favor he is said to have left the house but found no permanent relief until i; It iv, ir.i Tu1tnI0I1.1: f" T'.H: !p'l-,..'MIL i iC' ig \1.1 t.i.1 :., r. )its. TW'.I: : ir'w..n Pnsacoln a
t y of single tax-but il Hauna's I I I found it in Ely's Cream Balm' ... '( he '.,';, of ll hurt> Daily I-M i
; i
'! Th.e, I'll" "." f:" r''ii.yf: Or !, ap'enl'; : ': to 't ,1 l i l' I' :lsat
\\m s' charges are true he is rather not in I making the threat that if the lady about eight years ago: and we have sr";< .: '. -m-rn: : nr tl o ru'i'it-djito'ii: :I' an i n''n tits r.. "tivrg prniia' II..!! "crrOF T .

favor: of paying a single tax. i iHK.NKY told: and he was arrested, he would been f:. M.fast BENTLEY.Mesrs. friend. ever since. (Rev ) cii !-_ and has toe: ; lie n irominer; : they would remain cVs1: i ly h-. r si; i :.

-- i kill the deputy and magistrate to- ELY BEOS:-Find enclosed in u M:tic'<=. Both 1 h<. an.u.igp! Prior! ; during! th nftetinfr.Dr. ..-". Milton.. .'.::>' ..",, :..vJKfe. \
|:| *1 hi-: WAITEBSOX will take out gether. 50 cents, for which ple'isesend wr.'nz a'.npiii, ,'if of flovernorT i T'iir.i',3': still! loves the worn! i MIC; li.i. '

his Hl-fetliui; iu drubbing Grover :, ; me your Cream: Balm. I find your. ." '!. J'tf.ff P: fur :'ins! !'torn juJ!:.;e I| and will not helipve'IIP! ; has h IK tray : .
* when he discovers mint has advanced The magistrate: is J. R. Stilly, jas-1 I remedy the qUickest and most per-i I of t'i: < ..art! for a cumiior of year?, J him. He sroiits at the i idea of h. r''I --- -,

4 one hundred per cent. tice of the peace: of the Bluff Springs; maneut cure fur cuLt in the head, and his lirpS(nt ITCI does, not expire I. cai'ac;: his a: -t.
tor I -- catarrh, etc. Yours truly, ; \Vh-.n hIs wife about to leave JEWELER IN HIS
W ( i was
district. The deputy to whom reference !' DELI. M. PUTTER, until Au' nst, 19 3. Colonel Fletcher j jM.
THOSE; fond parents; who sent I lion Dr. Thomas leaned forward i
.Jo1"on! : th" present solicitor oi an
Gen. Gold Co
s their children to distant friends un was: made is Mr. Brewton. MgrArzona_: :Mining. I the city court is an applicant! for re- I',! rested his head upon her boson' NEW STAN! : E EI

: til the earthquake peril should be I Leaving the old lady's house, aiiKintnu| Colonel J. C. Boon, anoilKnown Then he kissed her on the peek and
*' I = : FOR SECRETARY OF I he d.1! he wlIi,Bred somothine !:
: ; past can now send for their return. Byrd i is said to have gone: to Miss I lawjr:-, will also be a candidate f as so ;
In her ear, the turnkey states, bat':
41 I for the plare. However, be I have moved my ; u
t THE automobile has accomplished I S.uahorton's home, and attempteda F3he will! not file an application I what he said was not heard. '! 120 South Palafox. f.: .

s. I what the president of the Uniu-d I criminal assault on her. Of this I STATEN 1904 with the gave'rnor for the place for the I pied by Bas & C">., :

' i' I 2 States could not do. It recently j I proceeding aL-o he threatened t.i'': reason that a bill: will ho introdiicc'l KoriiiNatocooi). better prepared t.l!: r
:great bargain din: ..I- \
wrecked a trolley car and injured i' at the presentssion of the le isla1! 1 For all liver troubles there is nothing ': '.,11 .
jewelry etc. .i..J -
kill the girl if she made it known. Senator .1:tine* E. Broome of ,
; ih L' u tt I twenty-two passengers.! i I tare to either have the solicitor! general i so good and helpful as IIEPATI :let me, convince v.n.J.'l. .
-- I Facts of the two assaults reachedthe i the visitors I of northeastern Cl'llA. because it cures without -
+% tjuincy = among: ; prominent the circuit! mad th" [ producing SI IKlJi'!

r lk 4 ; 9 THE Ocala Star has captioned the officer in the afternoon and it here today. In conversation solicitor of the city court or to pr )- :[ any bad effecta, most m -dicmes ;,
's account of the marriages of sixj I vide for the election of the solicitor [ do. Hepaiicnr.i i-? u sub-ti- ; .
was decided to take Byrd into cus- i with a NEWS representative this tute for calomel an-1 much better ; D .; :::0 f') -
young people there Sunday "Hy- j of the court by the people. I Istricken than that drug because il has mine I III R f' tw trw I...... ',J1 "_ ,. .. ,..
Harvest." ', tody. He was located near the post-1 i morning he authorized the state- : I enost.eatn -- -
I meu's Might we be par- 1 of its bad ellel.Mr. -'. :::eaJNe ,j-
'j ; doned for suggesting; such title pre- J office, and when he saw what the I I ment that he will b? a candidate for !' With 1'ara'Tt.U. W.H.Jordan of Jacksonville.!

L. maturt ;!, deputy intended to do he started toI! secretary of state in lJul no matter i;, Henderson Griaiett of this; placewas 'i!;,i Fla.sa.T-. HoJson: Both are myself Irrputly audjuiy pleaded friei.ujMr. with EVERYBODY LOOKS
hf- stricken with
The officer took after him : partial paralysis 'the, effect of HEPATICU11A and I
THERE !j., always something going run. and i how many other candidates there .
I and completely lost the use" of one can wit!halt !!i"sitMtioii recnintnen;!
,c I '.I on in municipal police circles. The was gaining; on him when Byrd I may be for that office. arm and side. After being treatedby it u> b"intf the finest LIVKK MKUICINE I FOR THE L-

y : :t. uflieers are ever alert and on the I' wheeled and started to shoot Mr. '' Senator Briome will remain: here :; an eminent physician for quite a I >-vr -.iw. It- action i# mild

!; It f'J !i t lookout for t.\"II doers, and it is only : while without relief wife and Jlit-'I-aJt and entirely free from Here it iCall i oil: '
Brewton. Expecting thi, the latter for the speakii-g: at the armory to- my recommended ,i: pripiiiir or allY of the .nckeriug effect
r the scarcity r.f material in Peusacola j '' Chamberlain's Pain Balm, of c'lhmiel. it does the work j Creary. They are d'1I't!'
i pulled his own revolver and shot': nijlit: and wiil .tl oattend the barber yet
It"4 4". N.: that prtdudt. big; dockets. We are 11 and alter tttiuy two Iuties; of it he" thoroughly ait could be done by \ 'work that can be turin-d "
,i f' ;' (( all so good. Byrd through;. the arm The man. one\ ;at ]but\; staintnIorrow.. i* almost entirely cured.-Ono. II. ,'i any IIIpd Icin". It has without doubts j prepared[ to do any kin' f '
; I 1. -- -- -- I ived mite from ii' lI u'll -umnu r attack ,
.;1&p" r ; after being shot, made a second attempt Vi'DoxAi.n, Man., Logan county, y they put on India riiMi1best : t"I' ,
J. lSl''IHICouut'Commhsioner5: ', \Y.'a.. Several : of biiiu-iit! ; Sold bv all'druI..t
'. .-.s to kill the deputy, but cowered BOXES FORTUESDAY'S other \ !:rt'l1nrk-- -. ,1! on the market. -'I:; :
:1" ;
.i >1. ; iu common with county commis- ; i iI able cures of partial paralysis have .
'.1.i', h r', sioners throughout the state will be 1: before the muzzle of the pistol been effected by the use of thi lini- i I II I us tires they in stuck.have a full In.' !

: ; ,. interested iu the decision of the su- I i, held directly to his heart by ilr.Brewton. ; ELECTION ment. It H most widely known Does your bugv! : i,I' i .1 :' :
J however
rJr : ,I a.l cure for rheumati-m, Portland
,: : I>reme court, which declares the following I sprains and bruises. Sold Carolina iirr i iI ? Tleycanniuk-: .-" t
t. !i iI I by druggists :-
t t c''J .' I $ section; of the military act cf Ii i --- and medicine dealers. I Their. pricetoo, anr. .-,,' .
: ...,.t i I The excitement lasted but a few | ,I they have ample cant, ,ii 1 .
# ;t 1SW void : "It -hall: be the duty of In the cl ik'MLe at the courthouse a first-class; earn i_'<- h 1 n I
., !;, 1.1\\ moments, and for a time more No danger of consumption if yonUMs.Foley's Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM
'. the board of county commt-ssioners I '! repairing; busine--1 I.>
the boxes fur the
1' ... are piled up; Honey and Tar to cure
t .ct.Ie :'f' .' in each county in which there is a |I trouble seemed Imminent from : that stubborn cou n.V.. A. D'Al- i c.llllll1 them.
election next Tu\' dlv. There is one Kruks; .
I ,
.! of rd's friends for him. embertt.l'2l *. Palafox.
:; ; company or bittery or company II fey taking up I : ,

."; :", ''l;; jJ 'j! state troops to provide each com1any None offered serious resistance and i t for each of the twenty precincts and ,' AiK HIM-- ---FOB- .\ HUDGIXS'--- .';c. ALA. 1 lo;: Eu-t (:j .

: '! !' ; ; cr battery with an armory I are being maae secure by r.fixing I I Phone 57.
were cot arrested. They were outspoken i
( .;.'ff! .1' t suitable for its meetings and drills in threats and told Mr. good locks and fastenings. TheyI Watch your corks; see I --
steek-of all Jli"hUrademeri;
zii and the storage; of arms and equip I!I will all be shipped out tomorrow to that they branded \ "-' '
are FINE
p, ;: ments." : Brewton if he returned he would be CMI Portland Ct-iiifiu. "Gerniaiua; STATIONERY.
., "I the different precinct inspectors and "tichlitz." G-rmaii "Saturn," iermuu, Putt ,
''j- -- ------ ,
[ killed. land Cement, I\ I'i' Y. Calcined
fJ Now that the tourist :.ea-on is upproachitg ;' everything will be in readine* nextj ;: t
t' Hot Chocolate Pla-ffr, loi ndyle Cement, k'-pt at
V I It is stated that Byrd and a number with .
C. V. N .
i t' : the St. Petersburghuu Port-ni'v.ti Thompson. :
t says j Tuesday morning in time for opening Norfolk. Charleston. ;

: 4; l''J. f : it is incumbent upon every resident of friends and associates have up of the poll mon Whipped'sTry Cream at Solo avarlll<1h. Jacksonville, Pen":acola.! : Palafox street, l.a- ..- :

I. ; 1 .1 of the city to<< make it as presentable 1 for a long time terrorized the com Mobile; New Orleans, Galveston. newi IIPI!| [ Iv f .Lii.-I ..
k 1 Wnalo make shipments direct from :
; -1 I :;t) possible." impression I tnunity and the good people of the I TUB CIST LIVER lhI1lCIXl:. ,I one of our celebrated Mill I! wr.,.rtvt-r we get cheapest : Paper. wL.t! blue ,u I', I IEbvelopL
{\; ,' which H Hud. upon visitors when There i is no need to be miserable if H. tf S. Fell Mattresses.They freight: r lit'. S 'le -.-Ui!:;; ant tor'"Alabama" : ;- t.> mate:!. ( 1\: .
settlement are becoming .
; I quite ;
f* :' ';, they fist uittra town ;generally continues i you keep your in good shape. and "Southern CroBiMbd -- aNo Foreign Mail I Tab! :' ; ..
'. j:, ',-1 : aweary of their hoodlum acts and Hcarcely any harm can come to yui never pack or grow ," P,'rtUnd ''merit, Masrnolii ,,
\ with them, aud ellort .
If every : !system if the liver is kept active velop23 to match. I : .
H. : i should be made to create a favorable 1 have offered to afford any assistance 'I The right remedy at the right time luntJ)(. Better than a hair in,tile Hydraulic njr BirmiiLritru.Natural: !: Cement, P(-holder., Blu4ikl". ,-. i
.i ; I one upon their entry into the place. they can to suppress what I 10 sail to I will prove a treat benefit to you. mattress' at half the price. etc., always on lr.'iJ.

r-c-; : t ..;, There is no t ue feature of a town I lbi> a lawlesguhg! regularly orgau7.td. i p i b HEPATILTRA worth USIIIK because: that it renitd.It will .matt 'Marftton & hiina. Correspondence Solicited i Phone 214.:

.. ." J' ,; which mon strongly iiEprees: ;: a -
\ l. 'l'Iiehu.tliI i of Byrd it i is you
.t+"IIJ\? : :: new comer than the condition of its Mr. L. .\. Fraleigh: rf Midi-"ii: OAD a P i: :.. .

r. ''t" III street and sidewalk?. These -should thought, will h'the .a iliiridalutorv Fla.. a.vs; : I have had Pt'Cl: -!Oa t. .Swansdown Flour Sean the A !' a '' .
.h.l; : 1Jj's. be made -o presentable .as to catch cutcl.SCHOONER. ;aud! mii-t -av I like it bettor th itaLy . aptuefr LLS7'-
& the eye at oi.ce. Let every one weed --- --- LIVER MEDlCINb I ever U-fil 'II Lk .I.7.&J.dv :

r.j I up and brush up their premises; and LERMOND Itimply\ .utsweis tljH purpose with HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER.

., then let the ton authorities at once ,, ,ut :tuv grliau; ;; -iickeuing! effect
and I can I""- alllr"co mid it atilt Fleishmann's Yeast and All kinds of vj ; ,- ,
Swansdown Flour will
11 ; put the streets in a* K->od shape as is; Mtl'IUNtlknoWof.
la"t LIV> K

p' l>osible. -. .---- IN DISTRESS Soul by ail: iiu.m: -.->. make the best bread that can bo produced. raisin! chairs M<. ,
--- '
J' Quina's. Prict' 1/1" r ,
,i :: A SHOKTAUE of school teacher i -- Hot Rolls, at 5 lOc
reported not only in cambia county I A dispatch from Charlt 't.Ji an- doz., at Solomon's. --
: but all over the state.: We can -- w
# I I pounces that the schi-i.ner William PARCHED COFFEEHAS
never hope to have an adequate ;supply I LOW PRICES
J. Lencond. hence for ander! Hotel Camden
k Pay :
+ { ;p ol competent teacher; until weeease NO Etil'AL. PUNT( FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
with a of tImber, wa towed
the of cargo
I ; I FOR NOVEMBER JAS. McHUGH Prop., ;New; Orleans Grocery.
b i.tt: paying ti wage that is in no way into that port Wednesday:: in dis- i e.\)1 HIS: AL\lt\ 1.

commensurate with the and I I __ Phone, 103 H and IO \\'. Int.-,mlpnri.i Sr.
expense tress.; Captain Hupper reports:
Is New Open ta( the Public,
1= labor of fitting out a .
competent I
.i sailed Oct. 11 from 231 to :!;th experienced -
I" ; Choice Brides and Bridesmaid .
1I teacher, and maintaining a huh 'I under the .
severe gales from northeast I RQ,."$. $I 'J-j: dozen. F. B. BRUCE
Y } i : grade of rl'lrE>sioD. As long as the I Choice-l Carnations, 7n; cent ,

j i ," profession ot teaching( remaintae: and southeast, with heavy idezen. MRS. S. MIMS.

:;I i r E:. most pool ly paid of the with state's servants I I eas. Vessel l sprang a leak. Lost \ Other lhee tlawerin flowers are proportion.the freshest; on EVrtX In th S Irtti t( gd &iillii lie i

;- z? '! required, in of comparison them,;ju-t so Ion the;work will I part: of deckload. Put"in Charleston lon the i the market road: from being:Montgomery but tight hour-, the f D ( i : ;, of PenacoU. 1'J' '

for safety: and repiir! .
{ ambitious | hole-aie Pensa- RATES REASO:\..t'i1By
bright, orthy, men and I i I nearest point to

E' women setkoth and more remu cola.: Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
I ; You are as near to, the Pen=acoluGreenhoui the DayV. :k "j" M
: nerativefields: of usefulne: Cheap

teachers are not good( teachers and Hood's Pills and t-veryt'ii(- as):the delivered nearest at telt-phone ouce. Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. Table Furtli=ted w; : ..
:ilark-t A:: 'n-:
it is a duty we owe our children to HllIg 'phout' 3:9. '
V I p..i"n: sr:;*' n"'>r rotate the alimeriliir !; Pen-acol.i Urttuhuu3:3: WestGr Hammond and Other TypewriterTyrewriter Supplies. All Kinds of ,
:T; /y provide the bet.We -, i i .,-\ .: .( .-.rat': \ yet ; -'n er.4C Rep-iinnir: L< ck and Key Fitting.ih ; Public Patronage Solicited
i r -- -- -------- -- pr ::,:jJtI) iean, t'Stmal..) and :: g'''ry MLs\'il'i.EILE3IuRENo.: % ;;h-Grade IamriierlCr5 Gus Kept f.r Itent.:Bi; Supply of Fresh Shells
< if a all at Low .PIIC,,. Free :Sail.;..- Iitiuoduj -
i trill launder your spreads for Give ComfortI
; 15 cents each and make them look Fresh Buttermilk, 5c a 15 South Palafox Street. Ra tc"1 .:
; like 1)"'. Star Laundry. Sold by all druggists. :) teats. glass* at Solomon's. Met.THE .
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3. J. FOSHEE,Vlce'President; M..E. CLARK Asa't Cashier.OF : I\\;


COffipiCtf e e er SKILLFUL PENSACOLA FLA. h 'i: '

amusement attraction of exceptional I
I merit will be presentedhere Designated Depository of the United States.

tonight by William Bonelli and I OF LOUISVILLE., I i iI Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2i: 1902.! .. :j 1

Rose Btahl, it being Edward E.I I RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. "! 4 !

f Rose's dramatization of Paul Leicester '1 IS NOW AT HOTEL ESCAMBIA. i Time Loans .... .. .. .... ..... ..... .. $346,354 Capital Stock ...... .... .:.... ... ...... .... J200.000.00 .. i I-
) Treatment i iFord's Demand Loans..... ...... ............ ... 11994974; !Surplus Fund. .. ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 ; ; 4t
r a famous:: novel "Janice: I AND WILL IEMUONLY A FEW I Overdrafts...... .... ...... ...... .. ..... .. 538.71 Undivided Profits. ..... .... .... ... ... 15,20697 s ;(
I( Meredith" The story upon which !' DAYS.Spectacles. U. S. Bonds and Premiums, ... ..... .. .... 214,2'! 5b7 Rediscounts .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. ... .... 64,071.57 ; ; y
e I Stocks, secuntes, etc.... ...... ... .. ..... 2ti25.00) Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... ... .. .. 125,000.00 : j
4 thi< play is founded is, perhaps the II Furniture and Fixtures.... .. .... .... ..... 6718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ............ ...... ...... 455,036,05; i \
best known of all the newer books, 7-- I. R. Stamps... ..... .... .... ... .... ...... 74.M5 I :
FOR EVERY Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ... .. .... I7S.8Go: i Ii I t I (
the publisher's figures showing that I -- ,, '
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350,000( copies of the novel have been | $869,364.09 ft-6H,36-l.59 I
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sold. The story of "Janice Mere This bank opened for business October 231900. Werespectfullysolicityourpatronase: and we will give f !
your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
dith" is told in four act, the scenes
1 representing the farm of Squire : t

Meredith in Greenwood, N. J", just I I j.
previous to the declaration of war I I S25ESH5H5H5H5E5H5H5H5H5H A J

$1.00 between America: and England ; a I I ; :'

living room in the Meredith homestead '' I I i
rrr"rSOAP,to cleanse the skin I l ,
i af! sand soften the thik- tfu Christmas: Eve, 177G; the t I'

tf:" CUTICURA OINTMENT, headquarters of Colonel Rahl: theHfsian j' i i:
t/ay itching itflsiniaa-! '.I vs. i
commander at Trenton and )
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n, and soothe and heal,
4 30LVEXT:: FILLS, I a dismantled house in Yorktown on Blindness.The I !
f .he blood. SINGLE; the day that Cornwall! surrender S25Z25 u2'-'SZ52> 1 :.
'. it skin curatives i3 ; I Ir h
the cost t rt1r- I ed. It is an extremely: patriotic: oc-I
f iu ( ure I vast amount of blindness ': :

.', :Lang; burning; blecdi play, William IJouelli playing1; ': curs through neglect of an optical "

aid pimply skin: i Charles Fownes, a bondman py, j! defect of the the eye= not being attendee such- FRIDAY AND SA TURD A Y. ,
_.,:" .'urs. with loss of 'I to at proper time. Many : I i
:-''.s. afterward an aide on the stall cages: have come under my i ,
tice. The patient has;; either | !
of George Washington. Roe short-sighted long-ihtud; or a.-tig-1 I i
; of i'
;; cis Peoplet i Stahl: one of the best known of thf ,: niatic in one or both Nye*; but one toa I. 41 ; !
,. : 1 I i"iv 1'1 i n< IRA I, large extent which they say, i is The Remainder of Our Colored Silk Waists,
'.. ,; -, ,' acte..p.. on the stage, plays ,
', !j. : :' n ..nn. youngf their weak eye, the other h'lviug: little : $2 7 5
k.in-,iir i:" '!'' i!
,. the part of "J'uiiee." or un dpfpct (and should the case j. tt
t1h.Uto +
i i:1..1: : I t'II.-"i.-'. ', I I II ._- of the weak eye be short-si.hted.; it' formerly $3.50 up to $6.00 ; +

. ..".\ -..1 i.... :.-e I,I iicrpae rapidly the eye with tile : I :: .
I ohMiu.mil; : lur THOUGHT I HE'WAS :.zn-fitcst ainit.jiit of optical (dr-ffct' j
::rtintlutI: .: 11': ,. gets; out of u"e similar to a -quintinjr;: I t :; r
Cruet 1:* .VHP ere ; HIP *i0'htthus; quickly Uet,'norutes : (

'1 i: "I 'iTltltll'M"ir U'., lite'onn of, DEMENTED li.ht until, some it simple l'I"t's all accident perception having of: 500 Pairs Boys' Knee Pants, all wool, 4 fl I ;

{f n.I -. .ml for occurred to the other eye, causing C
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per-nir.ent: : bhudnrss. Oilier* there'
d. I .('n.i which A 'CH11Iglady at an East Wright are with a large amount of defect in to 15 yearsThe i

r (/'hnroatcu both eye"--it may be lonj!; sight JH :i )i .. ;
1" ..I.tl. ... I 'ro street boarding house; sat writing well as mixed a5ti m.1t1.1l1. lhy'' ii
.K! 'iru.it! : : I.<|in.llail i ;
cm read for some tune by holding
\\<-)11 ?r ail.ahr[ lat evening and was given a bad I
.r,'uh.. Incnw. I the book very close to the eyos, O"\' j!
.linf,, I'I'Iff- .'. fright by a noNe in the hallway. ,, lug to spa-in; of the ciliary muscles; j i f
Best Shoe in the $1.50 i
'! SUin, ,*. O VTM11T, Working i
,_" ,'. ._U"-I..,'.I'i.',.s".q.,firu; tskrrop.rawW.U.aA.: -.. Looking. around she beheld standing (patients apparent-hatt consider-sight; thelll..el} and ve thus* the I I City pair "i

over her a strange white man and "righted, and believe they will Ilt'ar-I "
prove as; they grow older, but
h3 calmly asked if there were ; .ti
any ',I qaently ends in paralysis! of the ciliary j siDSEE
n T: T t11CIILD, empty rooun. Tho man's sudden !!,: muscle with total blindness or I WINDOW.-i I:
: i
just sufficient vision to grope about
t' Pit 0 J: >
canned the lady to commence adapted in time to correct the J
; ; ';'.1; 'Il.\ STREET. :
errors of refraction, they might have
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t5 R. r. ; Furniture a screaming lustily, but the stranger all life
sling! enj yed good sight; thtir : !
c '/1. stood unmoved and left the place time. $ W. J. & R 'I
I Dr. Goldstein's system of tests re- Ian FqB1 .
{'\ OG. only when commanded to do so by i\ suit in perfect fit, compensating: fnr f I (
the proprietress. It is the opinionthe I j nature'- deficiency, while! reserving -- -- unn I
adjusting power of "accommo i I .
as he acted I If You Buy Them at the! Bo-ton Sh.v! :Sre They are Good I \ II i j
.": F11'( ,. 'W'l1' -t, .T'-. man was crazy very dation" of the normal eye ; the large Very SuO. I .
much in a demented fashion.llti. requirement ha been nearly or entirely t "Yes. it's very sad." I

3 \t \ '"' ," ." .i.! dl'f -- -- overlooked by most of tIle opt "How is that. I

Life In 1'cril. t,! ticianof the dLDr.. Goldstein's I "\\' he always held that to trail j j11) .. FORCHEIMER'SjgRUTHBBULAH- r
I htalt' I : : experience of sixteen enables .. ,
:: years I
a wife properly should catch betwhile J :
have all to you
I just; seemed to gone tutu method and I I
by ino.-t improved
,, 1 slio's" hi did." I Ii
I' .r it, FUr Bee of \reli Y utl0 ;
writes Alfred with the late-t -cifiitifi- I
;let es: : : appualusto
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"W ell;
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fare, Tex., biliousne-s; and a lame corrctly test the sight, and by a !
I 11'"cll.. it that she had the |
'+; suitable collection of lease,> ;)r "pectacles seems ; ;
: backhud made life a buiden. I
:h III','-' :. to give relief to and strengthen | same idea about a husband, and now'II
couldn't eat or sleep( and felt almost the eyes for the tried rpquire- tbwc's a crisMToss of training ideas i i I
t.: I |'!bile) I
,I too worn out to work when I bean uipiitin profeiinal: or private life that !is simply! home wrl'Ckillg.-Ch1. I j i"
!' ir t t- with i t" 00 I
; iv,> one to use Electric flitters.but they worked COX l'J.rATIOX AND EXA lI- cago 1'osu I ...: j- ,, Z .. -"- :- :; ; J
wonders. Now I like a NATION FREE.OFFICE ,
; "'r' :N '-h Hill !J JI .1 can: eat anything, have sleep gained: top in HOURS: From1! a. m. to Shy He life$...t >iL !II .. ..

.'b .ve, ithein (I I strength and enjoy hard work." H p. ui. Hi>i.m 27, Hotel Lcambia.DIl. "Rut !lnl'''." pleaded the ralllion- A BHOE: TO :SUIT TIlE MO-T F.ToIOTAiTE.: : WE HAVE ,. s
... !, health: and new aIre's daughter in behalf of tbe poor I '
trot t They give vigorous GOLDSTEIN knowing how ignorant THEM IN ALL THE NEW ('RE.TroXAXO: YOU WOULD ,
life to weak, sickly run-d.)wn people. young man she wished to marry "sure I
: from the 1 I. the average person i M of DO WELL TO CALL AND LET I r-t: SHOWTHEM .
Try them. Oaly ; Luc at W. A.D'AIeiubprte's the laws ot and the 111" It is no disgrace to work for a livIntr .'
nature ,
: d Pulafoxonuuuce permanent .
i )
drug store, 121 :South
injuripreultuiij therefrom, I TO YOI I ) ? a

/ at Palafox I'otreet. _.--- and the fttunt.>" :jrood rpultgrowing I I "X no. my "V for the aec out of reminding:: per"ours of i to is being the one who Is worked for i I )
"- who wish to Watch for imitation leer what they already know, de-iros i Philadelphia I'.nllctin.P .

.- show. being passed on the public -to benefit:: them a* well a* himself.. i I I Boston Shoe Store r j' H

vAPOSTLE.I : !for\ SchUt; see that every,' --I I rtunI. i _
Wijrnras Jly wife threatens to cu I
a communication :\ cork is branded "SclLlit the lecture platform. 1
117 South Palatbx.Whpu
i.i'l Lndifft XII, 1 1'1. -
I The you I uke of Portland !is said I I1l'npl'f'kkl'ly wife doesn't need a ; ,
\ M., 7:;{!) p. 11I.,1 Frozen Buttermilk, 5c : ,
(r I t) be the tule! luau in iii::;laiul. lilatforw.-l'hlladI'lIJbla Record. I II ,
J saucer, at Solomon's.The I I you wake up with a bad (', (\ ,. ,
..1(';' W. 0 1 nits, I Henry Walters the well known art ,11'f( f "
:4.>cretnry.I rolhi-twr, has just purchased one o: I We have often wondered wtiicn I taste in your mouth, gn at nnce tl\. a'dru
tlv)=t line of sterling silver I store and get a free -ainpli litChambellaiu's
a I M.I \\'. M. $tl1trt's portraits of Washington. conies lir t-the thon itt In the "'id w-I Livers I
!Stomach and
!irood* and silver novelties i* to be
t'natur Clark of Montana has rnaih': er's mind of marrying again or the j jstay i Tablets. One or two U-.at51).mi0o: 1 I fcuudutJ. I. Stephens'. Prices toI a iiurclia' >e tt':I rare rugs, paying a quarKT on hiio.-AtcLison Globe. I make you wt>ll. They al-'> l.tH.bJl. I rI

aa '_"J ,.:nn's. I I ;tea-e :a.1. t>f a million dollars for twelve. II I II inusnesssick headacl'p and c-m-ti-t t tpatitltl. ._..
.._. -I I muliciue:I J I, [1
0- II All dru&ji-t? and | t tI
Norton of Me.,
I Elijah Bangor conducts I Look Out for l'c\cr. I dealers. I r { !; :
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that and
fox farm
near city
a I
? heao e '.. .. O". I Biliousness and liver disorders at J3
sa\s their raisin is considerably: moro G .
eE than tbe of this season may be prevented by I STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ j i.I i..
r" BUGGY: : jnolitablt' raising !: I f'i

:E e BUY A oi L.ior! ; giaiu.sn.iie spent. bullets hive been"l'p.tn'l ro1.11 cleansing Little Early theystein Ri-er with Thee DeWitt's famous ;i' i II I r.TAIHJ1A) ; ; )I :'

t : [: .Mil from Lord Metbueii's wounded i I II. II. little pill do not gripe. They move ;( Will make regular;\ trip; b"'w-m1 I .. i ea' ; t 1

\ .; .', ;';I o-I-'OH-o' Cf !I..-. nnl, it is now expected that he will' the bowel* gently but copiously, and' Pensacola, Point Waiiinptori; and I J:=-- ec : i j II i .
f c : .. i.. ; The will by reason <.f the tome properties, L .. -tn-t-t ri:: ; I' ( I, 1
leg Bayl ii
iK'v <
ave !
'f 0i I'> a rapid[ recovery. Freeport. i :: I
.. Live and to the Island*. i :
,, :, 10 tone -.rrf ngth; +t r j
r : IN CASH lti /: $ 1. .1 1 l.a:ik contractwl. Harei"' Pharmacy John !Sheppard, wharf Thursday at H a. IP. and :ar-I ; ; '

i i t.; V :J ( t lh: Trench scientist XI. De Sam i1ney Kulin. rive at Freeport at 6 p. in. -'inn d.iy. ''. .... DAILY r MENUS! i I : ; ; : :
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t..i_!;:!. \\ ho predicted the catastrophe i I -. -.. I i t tC.l1..STO Leave Freeport Tuesday at ti a. in I : .
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r : :: AL Y/EEKLY INSTALLMENT' PAYMENTS | ::i "),tt M-irtiuiiue, has announced that I ItI.ae Bean t Kild Y:) H:.6 llaals'.il ) and arrive P acola 6 p. m. -.nn.' Cr w'1ri": =,. all the! Uto; ,' 11 : I II
volcanic activity e
: will be periods 'I
.l 13! 6; cLfi day. Fare round trip lj; ; mr way <;6. !! ):i Dir.D-h!!' sk.ts the Jior- 1 I i I
LO"'TSTlCf.S! .< '':I''I Iy in November and early in tre .L.LJ/,1 ; G:> :
f. ..sT ASSORTMENT: : : I '
: | February. % of i td'dA.. I TltOS. CoXIiON, L i't-'ui.l. I...,w' of the \V<,rd! ; J ;I
i I, !8'>lmSAVAIi i a Aflopd ; !i "l l1 .
rr. : LlwtrJ'erett Dale will try ; ;
t" : REPOSITORY !it Ill' Cleaning ladioa skirts und waists -- I I" ;I

I j :. RSt this winter to persuade al! the wornen's ;(' is one' of t>T ?pecialtie3.'ur! Laun j. STOJ.f-'S 31iKKIrx.D : .. I .to.... 1, j' }" ,;1 -
I nliiniu-cs: !in the Unitarian: churches I
: C1-5JI! South Palatcx Street, Pensacola, Fla. g ; of M.ifc.":ai-uu
the coining winter to the subject of Unin .ul StoreaCo t
t Solo ,/ .;;onthi J I if

, it Fine Vehicles! : the world's i'eace. | Fine Steel Die E04I5. Dining i arlor.t I! i I : i !r t

:. CKcry Wagcns. H. H. Babcock Go's Lord \obury.. better known as Sir I WW _._._........ 1115 H.... .. .. 'l7. ; 1 I' !I
g John Lubbock. !is teaching his dos to ; t t

.: ': I M\G:; ON WHEELS-AND-HARNESS TO MATCH e 4, ,: rend sa far The that scientist Van finds has a card now with progressed"Out'prmioil I I Stamped Stationery. I! i.-----------M.... .... .". ..... :p o E..... I 1' I Reguar! Dinner Daily. I t'' ,. !t : (I.i i'''

414e.gOc.o.s.o.e.s.. ......A9111.Z.'e.OM.ti.til@.4I 0:1 it wben he wants to po fur It __ ... __....... :2) D.. .. 1 ..', I II 1 ;I J .
Is admired by every one, and ... .. ... l i
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a \\ all> anti picks some other words in I Ii I :! 'u It h..lnw 1 I Isr I I y I i : I It
: I i is all the rage, but ha* hereto %:151- aPR I 9 K-jtl.jt; ; I # ; I' > 1 4 >
r the fashion I'
same tort Ortpri
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t'r"UtpeI1 1'lInl. 1-
I 1 : : I'i i t
f 1I1\1)(1L\ITIH: : -* rou Mr. Otto GoldschmWt. husband of i fore been so expensive as to D'U wirt a maEntf1eent water } Ni2hr or Day, "I I i
Lmd and himself f.-r lit.16 ? If call "l E l I ; I'
the late Mine. Jenny money -o. : ;
it the reach of I Itl
i place beyond
F at one time a busy pianist and conductor ateph 'u;. the jeweler. He will acj i I"I rI j't'f. ,
'SCHOOLBOOKS : of Mr. i 1 those with a limited purse. coc.mudate ycu.P.ARIIANCAS.. ;
is seventy-throe years age. I I If it'a!HfimethtnKGonrt to Kat : j +i t
R GolJschmiilt i is probably the only man We are now able to otter the you wish \u',1 liUQ :[ IU i l'f I' i -
now living Oltr Fla.. ot.i'J"i. : i
finest and most ,
stylish ,
t COLA AND AT LOW PRICES..GEM : I Chopin and Minddstohn.Hrnry paper ; h: :), *" .-rie.iltd rr'p.,-al-, in' Nick Apostle's! ; \ 1, : :.I, i

Rosh of Oak\ille. Mo., bad a with your own crest and mono. i.iplicatp: will be -ce.vecl; until !i '

I sweet pvtato dinner anti supper| at his gram, at prices that place it 11:50 I :: a. m., Nov. 15J. 1S.V2.: for cnructnir. :.- Popular Restaurant.cA.srror2.rA.. i I :I It n:

BOOK STORE. house tho otl'er: L.iy. The! same potatowas ( plumbiniana! ci r-tr-! wir- % ,
within the reach of all. Drop .
S. C. O.
two node 41- hoarier: -
i served nt both meals and furnished I Fort McRee Fli. l". :S. reserve- 1 A U3UlAU U\\ "Ii j"! ;
iu and ask to it. It will bs JJfJ _
'f Sch "'l sap,lie! *. TibMs l'e'ictlPeuholders, Etc. \ a plenteous iu.ist! for biip elf, his see r frht 'o reject or accept any or alli'i"pnads ))\i \) })rru IUII i ? ,
wife anti n\i ,';!.hr'I1.! It would have a pleasure to uto show you.Coe's IIr any part thereof. In- t !
SEE A1K AND SAVE MONEY. fed one ijers-on tor two weeks. r.irmation furnished on application. 1.. I ,

I Eu vfelupe? COli t dill 1 n g prnpoaaUtMiild .J 1-:
: JAS.: R. JOHNSON Refrigerafors-rT"elzuz.e a : Bookstore, I : I \b.. ma'kid "Pr'posjl* for Bears ti.THE ::. pie 1\'.. Y't"r'o.; ." !_' L n...._.... i' I :
few left, which we will sell''' .u"trl1"ir'D., ad i--.d n \\'. E \r.. : ; :

218 SOUTH I'VLAFOX STUEET, I at cost. Marston $ Quina :, FEXsACOLA' .\, j C-'i" QM.. :2r .hijllllv II I I :"IV..ut' '' {: ;;: it!

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} Fm<:: Greatest Fair Georgia Has Held In .
c.S Several Years.
Owner. Description of Land. d +J tflI5 TO AVERY fc; WOOLFOLK '
1T Valdosta Ga., Oct. 30.-If a highly

1 fe ;tcI : auspicious opening may be taken as IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

!I ri ? .:: t: = augury for the future the Georgia state
t"' < dot
I fair of Ulfl2<> Is sure to prove in all respects

F a brilliant success. That IL

Pensacola . . . . 28H Is COw: 5 41 i would be an artistic success there ha.,

& O. Burkhart. .All of blk 133 . . . . : 2S 2s 30w 1 57 'I at no time been a que$ 'on. for it is
I W. H. ScottV% of Llk ICC, City of Pensacola. 2s SOw 1 01 held Valdosta.. With anything lil.e Iron, Nail, Axe, Shove Is, Saw: Mill and St<" ui .' ,:

B. R. Hamilton..X i of fiacfl. Wk'll:! . . . :23! :2s! SOw Ci Hopplies, Cooking and Heating Move Paint u .

Ella :\lau1..S 2 of fracfl blH211 . . . 23 2s 30w 61 I the sam attendance which greetedthe I II Window Glass Guns, Pistols; and Fi-hinir T:.ekI i..

1 r A. Condon . .S21: ftrfe 123; ft of lot blk 2, and w 23 ly successful opening, it from is certain a financial to be stand equal II I Agate and Tinware aim llousefiirnishiii :, (; ,Jo'h.LrAOEXFOR .
ft of lats 1 and 2. 13. City

I of Pensacola . . . . 42 2s 30w 1 61 point. i I BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO P'\-:

James Starke. . Lot 21, Ilk 111, City of Pensacola 42 2s 30w 3 24 Since 8 o'clock Wednesday morningthe Revere Giant Stitched Belting Northampton K-:; .

J. H. Williams .Lot :22.::: Llk 111 City of Pensacola 42 .". 30w 3 21 sound of a hammer baa not ben Wheel Co., Liftin & Rind Powder Co.. Johnson'K tl.sornine .

G. Marcbttti . Lots 13 to 21. blkllC.. City of Pen heard in the grounds. There Is none Iron King and Buck Stoves and Rang.., \\ '.

sacola . . . . . . 42 2s 30w 1753 of the bustle and confusion that 10 Coups & Co.! Raw! Hide Lace Leather )la- ..: ., .
; Mary Dlltler..Lot :23:::, blk 116 City of Pensacola 42 2s 30w 1 33 often renders a fair's opening a thing Beautiful Thoughts Made Railroad C lurs.

W. A. Cole. . 20 ft s, front by Ii,) ft.adjolnin
4L ; to be shunned. I! The sweet, pure breath of the babe isSuggestive Masonic Temple @ Pen aroIa.{
Anderson on n, oik! 173;), City of cf Fla.
The \aldosta state fair grounds lie innocence and health.A .
I f Pecsacola . . . . . 42 2s SOw :232: mother's for children is inseparable
about a mile and a half north from the yearning -
W A. Cole . 20 ft s. front, by 86 ft, D. B. 22::, from a love of the beautiful and,

: : .: y page 327, blk 173;, Cty of Pen center of the town the approach beeinj it behooves every woman to bring the The Star

i sacola: . . . . . 42 :2s! :CQw: 3 92 > through the' principal residence! sweetest and best influence to bear on Laundry

is Dore Solomon . Lots 8 and 9. bk 43, Donalson streets! lined as It is. with those beau the subject of her maternity.To ,

>a Tract, City of Pensacola . 4 67 tiful homes for which it is noted. The relieve pain and make easy that

t ; k E. A. Cilmore . Lots 20. e 10 ft tot 13, and w 10 ft park Is equipped with a number of period when life is born naiu.Mother's Biggest Busiest Best:

J lot 21, blk 46, Uacalson Tract large buildings and boasts of perhapsthe Friendis ,

City of Pensacola . . . 2 92r )
best haf.rniIf" truck in the southern
3 .Lot 2_. 10 ft let 21. and w 10 ft
'I il I Soderquest e states. Horsemen claim that It popularly UM"d. It is a liniment easily ,
I ; b lot 23, blk 46, Donalson Tract administered arid for CNUni.il use only
City of Pensacola . . . 2 51 Is the b.:st. and In proof of their clai n rrt'nantvnit.'n should!,l try this remn'.v! :
t they cite the fart that en this tra"k t They Speak
'.;i.ry. Nancy liassenalo itlx.iigundcnial/\! friend to hi'nlurinij 1t tires

n .. ] . .. . .Lot 12 and w 7 tt lot 11. Donal the best harness record south of the naturl"s tcniefst!-|x.ii-iandaiitiii ii;.at"II.: I j I

; }4 son !No. blk 4S. . . . 42 2s SOw 1 S3 Ohio river was made flother's Friend if tid thn! mlii! "! :
,T. 1 :30: ft blk 36 gestation, till suiun the bn.acK Ihe:l' \; ,
qt s O'Brien .Lots 8 to 11. except s Train Kills Julian! BurtAtlanta '
Water Front City of Pensacola 11 93 preventing:; cracked i.nd sore nip11; !l' '. Ailauscles : Sri L. fj fir r ilifflse1\\ '

.._.__.___ ._ _._u. .. .. h __u.. __ __ .. ______ ._.__ uo.. __u.. __ _... ..n Oct :3o.-Julian Burt a straining;: with the buri'u iJ :\
ar il. A. II. D'ALEMDERTC, white man 21 years of age was run relax, become supple and elastic Irom its

# .;; '''; Tax Collector, Escambia County. I over and l Wiled by a Seaboard Air Lino continued applic ition. We let t' -

' switch engine I last night at 11 o'clock e All fibres in the abdominal region will
.'' .ttt jJ i ila1.h BelwooJ He and respond readily to the expanding! r"r and ('nil- we Lia. '
the crossing.
! lf" I it..1!r r i!I.pie Hotel Rule". :K "Jluuu..Ilof'" \vlil*Uj-. I George; Andrews were walking down containing the embryo if nether'Friend j tht-tmaly.! *. They w. .

'f.1' Following! are the rules and regnla-i: ":o this is the only liquor distilleryla is applied' externally during pn .rn nn \ t -- I than! we CUI.Ve w.t ,
{ ., '' the track when an outgoing!; : switch engine Of all reliable ilruists Glr o IM>UV: I IVriteforfrce --- .- .
.r Y. .':". t'oiih! touted in a certain hotel iii Illinois I all these mountains' ; remarked the I ran into both of thorn. Andrewswas \ bonk: on "notherhood.1 per j. _::i: ti more by the work w
f'" visitor to a little mountain settlement "I -2 Yi what .
; : y we
f f't injured about the head and Burt tHE BRADFICLD REGULATOR; CO., ATLA TA, ay.
r .1h W foot '' in North Carolina in a tune that was !
: l f' 1 lioaril.: : cents per !square ; ': was killed outright. Andrews was .1 I
J ; f i unMls" extra; breakfast at 0. supper Leif iiK'"tiouiiit:. -
''b. taken to the hospital. The coroner I
Ht! at 7. I I'tp I IJuests I "1t do be,'' said the mountain whisky
,' fi ALL WORK C. 0. D.
GOCflS CallEd t for and [
.-,. ...- + .r : iii ; are requested not to speak to maker. was notified and will investigate the I s . .
affair this morning. A trolley car A rood piss floor need not best.iined.
t the dumb waiter; JUl'Sts wishing to got "How much do you turn out in a TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
{ j I is unless
I conductor stated to the police that he as popularly supposed a stain
;; 'I': t up without ein,; culled can have belt day asked the stranger.
"D'ot:it' F to'I'* r' rising Hour for lunch. !I! "\\"II:11\ reckon we make along; about carried the two men out Marietta is preferred. Treated systematical! WALKER INGRAHAM
street and put them off at the Dell with a good polish, it soon becomes a Manager.
5 "f' : P < t The office is convenient to all connec i i11 twenty gallons a day.
. : lie thins; of beauty.Damask .
wood said
crossing they ware
iJ ."il tions; horses to lire: ":5 cents a day. I,, "And is that all the whisky that'sdrunk
' t Guests wishing to do a little driving i iu these parts';" drinking and the man who was kille-1
J 'I will tiud hammer and nails in the j "Sar. you lie-est no revenue sharp was almost drunk. He left a foottla I dinner cloths and napkins: !. ;: W. B. WRIGHT COfflPJHY
:.. 1!
./t"Fx 3I4 J closet! Le you?" he demanded suddenly. of whisky on the car when he got off. should have a hem a trifle less than a I ,

) f ; J.l 1 : If the room gets too warm open the 'Cause if you t* 1 ain't got )}othlll'I quarter of an inch wide. This should t1 I '

. } .h: :window and fee the fire escape. I to say. I pays my taxes, as ever' one\ Washington's Dispensary Fight I be hand sewed and ery neatly done. \ 1, \ MANTFAC'TrRERS AND VIA I 1 R- 's' !
; 'f .
. : 'Z If you are fond of athletics and like !i knows. all that's all there is to it." i Washington, Ga., Oct. 30.-Preparations -
' I 'f : : good jumping, lift the mattress nUll I IJ'h'r j a time the stranger Ix'rsuad.'Illiiw are being made to open the dispensary I "Serhot: dishes hot and cold dishes M, LUMBER LATHS .
I! here next: Saturday, and an cold" I is rule that should framed ,
1 t'; t see the bed hprins. that there was no ulterior motive a ham

: t \; If the lights go out. take a so.l3JJ in his SAWED GYPRE S INGLES''IO:1
1" f,1\.t\:'l; t that Is light enough for any man I the whisky .situation. who oppose the dispensary say that 3 IIt! i, 3PENSACOLA. ,

* ]- l 1 & Any one troubled with nightmare will i I "1 tolt- Jon this was the only still the present members of the legislaturewere l I Powdered bath brick applied with --_. --=- f.LA.

\\U'I!' .1' 'I Ii fi"l a halter in the! barn. j i iroii'iil !,.l'I' v u' ho it 1 I--the only OIK- elected on an anti-dispensary I flannel will clean linen shades.
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el' T. ; 1i; ; III J>'jii't worry about paying: ; jour bill; that pa.iN a iis. Ihit," lie nmtinuiu."e i platform with the assurance that no | ---

1 the Louse !;s supitorted b>' us louudaUuii. I > ,T;. old winujii in the-f mountains attempt would be made to open if j "WATCH Medical Soctcty, Attention. I NOTICE OF ELECTION
: .-Detroit Fne Press. I h.:N a i riipiH-r! ki-tle in which she oils l they were elected, and that the la-1 I There will be a regular: meetiris. T'ltliH -bfrillof! E-ea'ii."i i .
:1 old has a would be j they are affected, life i is! in he Psnsacoi.i, H.iruin.
i I L-r wa-luir. Kvery woimiu repealed at once on the : Medical Hociety aihe I I:> it known thu' I I. M ,
(ot1h 1010; It.Mr I 1.5! that in- the! 4ii-iM| \kettle tightly.rd : opening of the legislature.! The dispensary -I danger," says, Dr. Aberuethy, the I ; Board of Health offne at I St'i-ri-tar. nfMutf ..f tin., "i t v1du d

t ;;. C. was liointml! to dUiH\or that : that ivn; !be fltt'tll'lltluWII. TheyI advocates claim that they are great English physician. Foley's )'clockp.m. Tuesday Nov 11 *ind 2.>. lii-n l<> gite! none* I la' ."i

;i .b her l.ttlo: sevrn-jViir-olU dau_httT waiic I! 1.1; i.t'.i-N! in Intuit on >!onday, and acting according to law and will open j! Kidney Cure makes: pound kidneys: Visiting: phvsiciano are cordially 1 will be held GKVKKAL:: In Ktcniiilii.il i.t! ,I I, : "

t ; <|tiinuK! the hilnt of allmliiiK very ; i'!,,-j:' 1.11 \ii-\j!I ; in them th- nlhcr six for business on the date mentined I W. D'Alemberte, 121 H. Palafox invited to attend KlnruU. on Tuesday n. u .
I fr'dto the dovil. and at last she toM!, I .." New York Trib"lie. street. DK.W. C. DFWEERY lint Monday In SO""IIII'r.i ',
d'-N of tide' W. until I
t ; I and remain open the law is repealed ._. President.j said Tuesday being the
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Lit determiuetlly! that a rrpetition ot I
1 OR. L. DEM.: BLOCKER, FOI'BTU UiV UK V >\ '1 1' r
the o'liioxious! word would bring severe I ASI HIM rou .\ n UK; INS' :ie.

1 : 'eelntr the DenntKnl. I ---- -- -- u25ttf Secretary.)1I Foronefepresentatit.f' .
t + punishment John Way Charged with Abduction. gre-on l PKtrid nthlembtb ;" .1 t ,.
dt ; t The child know that her mother was : Fn-n'.lin tells a story of a man whose (Congr, ..( ttnI I nil 1-I r
: Greensboro. N. C., Oct. 3o. John CURES WEAK MEN FREE. .
H Hip 1 Fllt: Y. For Secretary of 'Iat of i I' -
c in firnest: so she set a 1":11! on III :I' \.\ two I livsre: \ery unlike-line hand-

,e I 1 .* t At last she s-H'Uifd to have firttin' : N..Mclj) turned, the other deformeil.Vl..iriT Vi'ay. a young white man. was arrested The nnder.i npcltakif (>-tllii; method FloridH.For I onintrnlliT of tin .v r

"' it. but one Sunday Mrs. C.. who I..nlI \ any one who viMttd him !here Wednesday on a peace war Insure* IJI\P and a Happy Iloinp afferine her services as a I "'oron.. Juiiticv tilt huji ',r
: rant. After he taken Srt-lass licensed midwife haring the State' of Kloniln.
was it : : : -
developed -
:s: : ti let I it'ii tu ill to go to church. a I: # that charge of had 35 year experience
a abduction woulJ .
1 .t t A if she mold kUl'blt tin' liiitister L.idpn 'ill it. I:<' held the man to be l Innking furl i Hovnnvman niav, (|Uc-kly cure itnafter of Florida.Fortete'enator
; Can best ,
him. o' >utlfrinfrom ,"x..111 ... rnk- give of referfDces from for C.a";;' "
'' ;i to had shunt in his MTUIUO.oh. I .: I ail Mile, \ of things ami (,III.. Hut if be brought against He lured [ n...., year In-t UHhty.. niKht (0--,. vario.fc.-lt*, !leading physiciana: of this city. I l>-triot ot tb. Ktato of i-"l.r. d"! ,.

1. 1i r .u-s'ni." she aU[ \\'l'r'd. "fie I tae: Mtt.r ,:.:will-> han i and ; nd st'iimtlVfgof the Htalf o! I :
of Leonard P. of sun vigor hitnplv s your "It'll"and
: t itjt. Iltl'adlC'd about our Lord ;:win; up into : t.l!i""lIt..I tin ii* beauty he held theii'.ln" Stout Proximity, an i j ad1r..lJr.l "Knapp Mfdic.il i'o.. l 1. .M I J Jltf Ill South DeVilliereKt.If For TAX A f'''8ur.
,H->.! 4' the 1II1JUUt:1 ill and bi-ins tomptiHl lo lie worth 1.t'I'IU.; fur he Uwkiil claims to have married her in an al- Hull Ituildmi: /1":1'1I11.lic'II.: ., hud lb. For Tax' Collnctor
J 1 will gladly send fr.f rO'. .-ipi with full dut-c-I I For ''UDt, 1r-a'urrrF'oraveCounlyComnu.
want to
bY-I I a nice
Joining county. Lawyers retained! you present giveto
and by .
n hv-iiy the si'iiliaaa who keeps l :It ili- :,-' way side of things prol tions DO that any man may CRMIV Cure himself I 'o r.
the girl's] father ascertained that a friend, and look through the For three mnmoers of I :., < '. ,
V&w ,' ''he didn't iiitiiid tn run any risks of ..il.hwoultl\ see the best iu his ueighlioiv no j at home. Thus isiv riainlv a mot
of Public lastrul'li"n.!
' t6 "l 1,1, t" 1 IMS, i>unislu'iL-Frani'is \VadIeigb ::1:1'1 I inends. Is it easier to see license was issued in the county men-1 I from iTou-otTt'ruDd itn'lrU"ilv, mall f' ho show*Ineextraet what men' elegant:\: line of suitable articles at i tttr Jusm-eof! Pfiti' '. '.. I

1 J 4'n!ll.ill'iuCltt'S. I II ,tin t' 1'1"1.1..'< sirttttthan their falllt,.': tinned, and they claim that Way went of llifirEtntToily."li J. Stephens, you surely can Bud followtngJuL! ,, I'iblrui- ',
No.; I.
II I I 111:1' e jit last eome to MM- that folk pre through with a sham marriage formin thankfor nr Pltaacctpt yours of rt-e''Ut date my sincere 1 leers I something to please you. If you I No. 4.orOonmi.

I far "..tt.'r that tiiej! get credit fur be order to make the young girl think !! triton your trt: .e'ment a thorough test and want anything in the Diamond Hue >' '"' in: !' '
A DOZEN TI:.' SAMCHr.; Ii1 I i JU-UCIlIJ"tr.-:
II the b"OI'1\1 has he-n extraordinary. It has
I iI:.. that he was dealing hoaorably by be sure to see him before you buy. No. I.
I completely I
m" am as
: 4 Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton, Fer, When Carlyle and Emerson walked hr. vigorous; when a boy and you cannot :\o.\.

.F ryV.. Va., write : "I have had I.'iiidnii and saw the horror of gin palai I I rea'tz" how IIHDP I am.:" No.. 1.No. "..
(ear Sir' -\ ourmethndwnrked h. antt- If want a good Bedstead
idea: t ;. kidney and bladder trouble for year .1 N and the mi-ierie of jerty, the All Troops Will Ce Ordered Home fully. Ke*>ulti 'eret>:ihdly what I n..ll'd. you No. it. .
t j, f.mi.er aid. "What do jou think now Potthville. Pa.. Oct. 30.-it is expected I I tr..nll hand Mtror have completely returned or a nice Crib for the fhi attention .f In -11 ,
old i it b-cnie so bid: that I wa i and l.nlllrI'III..t; i u courtly .-alt. itn- law r"-<|uiriu, r :a"m t"
':A' '' lei-t dozen' i if Hie $; :\'n stiifk':" Emersi.n: ainswe.o.1. that all the troops in the coal factory:' i i the 'aid li-ctlon I'. IM IJ'I'i iTo ,
i.; )llJg..d} toet; up at a :I Dear, Sirs-Vours was received and I had I baby, go to Martian; $ t 1 paper printed the c.- .
t "The more I see of the Englishpf ; region will! be ordered home before the ,
r Ir if
? tune- uijht. I never received any I i I no tnu.t! making; u-t of the receipt n' 'I V4tpuhlahrdinthecooity county t" I
bent lit from uiedieiie I, i'le\ the more I admire their tower i beginning of text week. The first : directed and can truthfully! say It IB H bn"n i (] t t ;ptrnuuent any l"'est aye of tins '
copip> idol
h to rt e1k n' 'n. 1 am ir.-itly; inipro\td in I ISll"tr..ncrh I
until I tnnj Foiey'Kidney! I :aid wonder! at their progress.: battalion of the Second regiment !1.1' fin \121or" Pllh.. mi't public plat.I.1. '

U'-t- Curt.. Afr u"ingtw.t!} liottlf-; amcurod. I I ('l1tl'lat St. flair, and the First h.v.-, All t'"rDot, iletip' ,. 1 I. ib l lit I :, In'li-stiinony Wn'rt-i! I. I 'n, +\ ,
I I.t..p. hand and al'.1 '
tin! I. '! .1 I ; ', t5Ci1EDULL my
." \\'. A. j\klllh"Il.-, 121 S. I V/lla Gro\1I.. talion of the Third regiment at Minisillo '.' tilt P''o ';p"I." "l-r. i 1'''' "III il I [L-.J] of the Slate o- Iiai ,. r ,
i Pal.if.is street. ...- STEAM DIVISION ,re. thr < "I j n ii. r
i \ left fnr Philadelpnla today f tdl .\ "'HI.10 axScientifically I i FOR .
P Ono of the nicest! little side Issues day of S .pt".r. \ '
.n I 1 1CAO '! oral S< hal! said to has tmailI 1.1'\COL.-\:( mOTtUlUl"\i
i.i NNiiile to a farmer who a : : '
r 0 Tl.i.r: : ., I .\1 1':1:1: running through his place t.i ifvllow battalion of the Third r.. inH'1 t :,' UA1LWAY C03U'ANY.Trslne : George E. "until:-.- ,' I':, ,

4 r 2tittb: 1'3KMRe > !' .r1'R3YS11yn i i \ : ;,iov.ing; There is a constant AU< i'nn'if. will be sent homo tonrow. :" i iI iI ir lounl,. ,
-J iI leave Yehetloola for fie LIUI
s S"d" / "i'--- -iijd if all tiling; : increasing demand for All the colliery in the I I'F I a f.ayua. Bin liayou. W arr'ngton N&TJ Y nand

j; (...G/-h ,l Z. liask't., \ willu+vs. trod in many locations they Creek valley re..tnad op..rat"cr.-. Karl Harrsaoas at : Von.itsiuvr

., j c{ < the I jus In-i- can be grown with little ur today. The Park Place! colllen IB i it i ..1i' m.l'rrl-re Fort h'arraneat Jl!*.nIt -; Every ? !
--- : the Mahanor region Twinned Ou a. m. stave at'ort ftarrancaa lark a.nIspau.errlveeVontiarraaoie ar:, .
4 IK e.xpi'iifee: + IT trout tie. Men who have op-M Jk '
{ l.tip A.
t c Juftl Uilli ('liil.lrrn. ; _. ::11' iiuu :t. however on a very small tons! today aftT a week's hll'To"- a'J\ p m. arriTHai Fort KArmnca I:16 II II I "r -?? \' \ MAR\Fl Whirl. ., .

!'..> just \\h lao! I'hildrcu! :and y u U i MI.I.- as a trial have ;generally found ii One thousand emploj ha.l! goer :, *8:15)p. m.m.arriveat arr'v..Ii. Fort roil Harr&ucai Karranot B.tfn.nTralni ':00 II cHXp ,\ > cfct711I ", .

r: l'1 v. 11-; :'..ir rr''iH'ct. A bruLcu! Will '. NO proiitaMe! that they hate devoted strike b'aussen'ral union: men t. .' WllISKYatl ePiC I !hive Fort EArnenesofor I'rcia .;. .. 1 i

f; l 'i4! i. ,II.-! -.1 Ii -,. as a shatlorod tt'.i- s'liue thought to its details and have not reinstated.. The Ie>adl'r.p I'\l: : cola atTna.m ... I

"I ..: \\ 'I I Mron? will! tr.iiiitil!: totEd L't) -.1111. cNtfiishe willow producers.The unor. the men to rotn-n to work n.' !, !rnv" at H-rmcola ..._.11:00: k.11 III>k'i,.oar. i'r..I"I"trmttM hr! *,H.ttteii' kl" .f

<.I''r! i IN i : eat \.iinablc iK.i.N,i',,siouii. deiartuiiist of agriculture: someytars the und!' rstanding that tho \ T. \
f, c' ,
r l
I'eniacola __. l rll.
2'JOp m. arrive : ip.n: .
k, aI billcan1i\ e.I : will be ; i ,..* i... "lti '. .
I ago: pcblished a short pamphletI discriminated aga'r.st provMtv. 6r<0 p m arrive at Pttneaoola ._ 8:45 p n: Ilul.1 I *
i- i -4 :\,'\"<-r the.I t..!! unli'-sou, Iutrti d to destrii.te the best methods of raising for by the union until!! they obtain I .
S: 5o m. arrival Pane.colaVr.lI a
l.iiiorni. a:at don't sld. Ilsplainhi'iily n ill >\vs and the timditions under w Inch ployment elsewhere I 'h&larOaYlonIJ I Room iRc Time Bldg .ii'

: to tile child why it is at fault. i they pr.Hluce the highest priced rl'l.'tl". r I rear FOB WKCK DAYS

pun.U1 : at once and fu.-gue freely, nev- i \\illow! will glow readily wherever Grief \ DR. KING'SNEW
Yort BaTanoiacd ,
Pensacola to
I a Lj; ii-f-'iring to the matter a;:ain. the ground is at all tuui"t.'IIt're a Grief! never slin-ps. It watches continually. fen'.acola to Nary Yard and retnrn return,_. !iCi d

.\ smart, li::'nt ,,1:11IS! the most of- | maim: ire'> a S'nall Hat which it would beI 1:1.e! a jealous husband. All!) .. Pe ..cCl!. to Palmetto bi-aoh and reallllQ4 I TRY DISCOVERY

n IV,.me argument; lu Usf with a child I P-."N,Me fur him to ortlow by the : the world groans under its sway, nnJ I I ir5DAT ICH1tD'Cl'
I ,
k U'nl'T three or tour.'T j euustructiun of a cheap or temporary it fears that by sleeping: its cluteh will tit-T 'JI..r '-'.r permits ttte rann'.cj i i FOR THAT COLD.

.d Jj -' ... I'Mvpt for cruelty or an exoeptionail earth dam. reiiuiriug, perhaps a daj's become loosened and its prey then escape. open coac:if". i i TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE,
Lean P Lv Fort
"niacoa. Barraseai
5 -' I J > ross fault an older child should lilor! with his it him I Distilled '
is team might; pay' S a.m. Ica. III. Cures
II ,1 :
:.l; l!< v rr Iw t.)uclieo.t !. j to U>jk into the willow production I lla.ci. II m j Consumption '
;, -. fractious I Take chances the who : Naturally Aged I p. m J P. m. i Colds l Iironchifi A M ,
= ; "'"t If a child is persistently I'u"uu-s a little and see if Le cannot no on man I I, I lpm I p, fQ, | -

anti iinroas'inablt1. presume it is ill and ; crude an additional! industry for the wants to lend you a dollar. He'll probably Absolutely Pure I I p. m p. QI.j i jI'neumoniaJIayF--i ; ''If'

; M-'id! it to bed and administer a dose: '! farm without interfering: with the oth- come back later for ten.-Haiti- I j e p, m p mI -
i I t p. m. ( p.m. i risy Laj( HUciT'.p"
1 { i of liiurke io\\dtr. I er work. The juvenile members of more News.Sometimes. I 1;,>"Anti Safes fur all I;pg. i|, ( p.m. I p. m i rippt1,

: : ;i Silting on a chair: may seem a ridic- I tome farmers' families like to try their F.t !Sale byDannheisser I FABlOB gCSDAT :; Sore Throat, Croup! u ajWhoopb

( '. uIniiNiy light iniui>liment. but if pun. i i baud at making tallow ware during I the who hesitate is I I feniaoolato! ortHirrancai: Parr
t4 / ; ; man lard and r tnrT_._.__._ n I ? Cou h.j .
Js ; J ? isiinn'ut is rare even a slight one U 1l e. i ; I .__________ IdSo NO CURE. HO PAY.
;i I \lIIl'l'icm Cult ator. ; Tine.: j '' &
I I I freight Ilvtd.Her'l c. m Prict 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES -

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The H.O ', Company t. Light Biscuit Light Pastry Light Cana, r .,

F' Light Work Light Cost.-SURE and-

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; tl I A better and quicker way

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The C...**o''. AwsyS 'Ip..a. A 'Itte SPORTING WORLD t
K u.ivc adopted the casn'uts Tired Tatters-Here's a piece In di DiseaseOf '

'5. a housekeeper paper wot's a insult to de profesh. Career of "Bootn Dnrnelt. : i t'j)

1- ,..1)| endured but alwaystut Weary AVnlker-Wot's it say? all human diseases that known ai C. E. Durnell the young turfman r

family have disap- Tired Tatters-It sez dat a feller contagious blood poison, or the Bad who recently has become a factor in I I :

cur t'lhle. Even IrishaleIlizcd ortu't terat uuttin' when he's tired.Weary DUta, has caused more misery and suffering western racing; affairs has had wide I I .\, 1 J.
and ruined more lives than all fll
Jf cooked in "
Walker-Well, wot's de experience for .
matter of
others combined. It not only wrecks the I a man his years. lIe ;11 .Ii. '
I tea dish. All flavors wid dat item? hopes and aspiration of the one who is only twenty-six! years of age and has 1' 1,; I h.

.r.ed! by the meat and Timl Tatters-Wot's de matter wid contracts it, but often the innocent are followed the turf America.. Englandand {f

:;tat a most savory it? Say, du youse want er feller ter made to share the humiliation and disgrace France. He has served with ,.' ,I ;:I
;. -i itt. The second day's starve ter death?-Exchange.A of this most loathsome and hateful i '
i ..,iot lamb the meat form of blood poijpn. Children inheritit for Infants and Children. { ; r

f .1 in the casserole with Pniiled oang'trr. from parents, and thousands of the Par.1
I a i Ca ,ii! is preferred to the Harry Is the of purest men and women have been con II'
youngest the .
; family taminated and ruined boric, Drops ami 8 otliHi'r SjrtipIt i> 1'leasant.! It j
i! every member of the the only boy among several girls and handling the clothing of limply one infected through I contains neither Opium Jlorphinc nor other Narcotic I I ;

sometimes the superior advantages of with this awful f's Worms and allays Fe\eri-line.ss.! ;tl i I
-/ It IHarrhu-a anl AViml Colic. It relicteTVcth- i .
girls seem to weigh heavily on his aJadyordrinkTHE -, I euros
Turpentine.nt youthful mind. The other day we lng fro m the INNOCENT ill;; Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho ,
a certain notable I Stomach and HowoN, giving: healthy awl natural lcCI). ;
i in and him say thoughtfully to himself: sa vessel and SUFFER WITH .
-.tor marks the fresh The Cliililreii's Panacea-Tile )3Iother rrioiitl. C
using the
II "Women always first. I wonder why same
; that prevails there. ) Goo didn't make "em tirst. but be toilet articles. THE GUILTY. I Ini The Kind You Have Always Bough* i :
a house being: a hard didn't He made Adum first." And when the I
I', she was asked Low real nature of the trouble is known, many i I
Bears the of I
i., -, desirable feature. prefer to suffer in silence or leave the !: tdt
-he was in the habit Life and n.-ntb. disease to do its worst rather than make .
: Life, after all. is a nia-siiuerfide, says known their condition. ,
ii quantity of turpen-
a writer in the I'ittsbur; Tress. We Through our Medical Department we
,,rubbln water used i!
? ; fear to show our tenderness and our offer advice and help. Write us freely

-1 this necessarily did love. We habitually hide our best feelings about your case, as nothing you say will
, i .c atmosphere. ever go beyond our office. let us help
; lest we be judged weak and emo
1 to rid of this fearful -I IMOVBR
you get disease for
tional. Sometimes It needs death to
;, 01 M Ilse: r.uiu. !show' us ourselves and to teach our which some one else no doubt is to blame.It t. I In Use t.Over 9"0'i'i' iI i {j
1-1 recommended by matters not how long the poison has TM. tt.T.UUenuen YU./LT at.ttT, rI
friends our deep and unsuspected kind. been lurking in rwr- ,
your system, S. S. S. will I -
U.\UT that has been .u iI
ues:>. purify and build up your blood and' a t
pi the ejes Is sugr ; eliminate atom of the deadly virus I 1 s.
i every
daD[ as betas nIl l'n."lon. 'i I, ll THE NEW GROCERY STORE. .
.0: : I from the system and make a complete 1 Vii, I IrIII' ,
.. Another thinks au Passion warps, awl interrupts the and permanent cure |: i ill !
I I. but all agree that I judgment lie that can reply calmly to I I S. S. S. is the only antidote' for Contagious -

\.l".s.z 4{ ftSLt 4S tt sa 3r: <;r 5' ttattz 28 taa l.2l'.l lel' lrilu : r.lowl IV>\s tt\ and Ua;,liven curing it''i }) :

Abe' 'L'I)>H I-blS.s. : l'l tto, sl cabtar ct fscscutttae S'rtsttZ :> ter tc&5 3r' It ea Zzic ad zzrum>( WILL i H

rfl fife: >ty; fltilt7 ;i iI ssrs. .t-$' :etc ?ifie: raatisb or o1er armSS \ '
I lass mS swral in:crcli- c. r. ';- ? W: ""< ; 4I '
Uvanlss-llwy set.U thitiis' tluWrulig First-Class Stock
Seeps a Complete ITp-to-Date }
-- wa '. S eat> )mt is a purely'yet ;' :aadW: ." 5, }, ), ,'I>' 5>>, !, c E I i "

,'FALL COLDS. ''I euros rtaLle i without> remedy leavingany thai' fcUMo! til! .1/:1) ,\. It! 111') ; :J.. v f.i 1"i) :. of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. f I

il hie to bang on all A llatl ..rnl'''. bid after effects. I: jJd!;<'}% and IS It,*\' :;.Ith'r.ll, ;i'm>l ;: No 30 Government St., Salisbury Clock. I ;;,: I

-1H>dii of pnenmo.n"umption. The Harbor-lud you hear about thf I Ocr spy; tal! H.r-e Tn.itment hook !I Igives : stalile uf tlioioii::hbrtds.Duniell .

,'... Fo- tad Sv-nipe Jaggsliy; /got into yesterday? a',1: t'i,' -intiio'ti* nf this disease. I i is nieUnaiued "[:uot.'" and : TCLEYHONS: : :3' I 1 1I t- tl

The 'ielimo.. Did you shale: : him I \Ve w.il:;! tii.nl! t..u a orij: free. tears a striking resemblance: to M.1:1- I
:.r cares
I The Sift; Specific Co., Atlanta: Ga. ager; Clark 'Itiflith; ; of the ChiriiL-o; i;,
It isi
n- result
White Stoekln--s. He ; \ COAL Ar \1VtfOD ; 11
i IPj, and tested, We sometimes drrllire a man's J't'f'ol went to \\01 ; !
iui.fv 11.a: brot'iers Llf*. for Scii;:..ui Ituis. in Kenttui.y rij1SS8 : i a ,
iiu-i no opiates tress for tnkin "l.r! :! ,i-i \ ;i.' r! I.. 0 L :3u; ,-"( killodj
"i ,-rip ltd.V.. A. 2rst: ehancp, what we had intended for :II; a stable\ l boy and jockl't I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A Ml'CH L> '.UEK TRADE j .,
". Palafot. j mj' hi tui-: i...>-t night anti want to Stir that time Euoeh Wishard! was \\oikii.g: : 't'
jurselviWashington Times.' I
!11". nder," said: Peter I.ineolcl. a farmer for the same stable. In IS.4! ; the i part: i THIS WVINI'ER'TIJ.AN EYE.' I 1 I-:>"( lIE I '; I1..
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"J' c7 i37.t\. i i residing; near uttbloio! this county. nership of MeC'aHerty Jt \\ shar.1 w.formml .:s 1 t ,''

j 11,9 Ij1,? .ili3.)8.J.-l : Foley's Honey and Tar cure I \\,1:10'(13). as h<- walked into the and Ixirneii became associntcil I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCI .I t .,' 1 ',
eiMiglis; and colds and prpvents pneumonia. : hi rifi'i omce The I iiTHE
: two brothers with the two turfmen as as.-istant I

t ",/. ,,( .6'/--- D'Ah Take..rtt,121 tI.!) substituteV.S. Paltfox. A. :j '.vc.-i here Wednpsday and witnessed I trainer.In Thompson, Olsen (\: Gf).; ; I; ,

!. # J the! cirrus performance, after which! IS'JT he went to California as I

trey drank a great deal and started trainer for Caleu Brown and there Manresa_ Street, Telephone 147. ;

:' .' '"= for In-me. and it was on the that drought out I liis first horse: I'otente. I =- ----- =- .=- -=--==
; -:' .'='='. ....uI't..m7".....xr jo gCTgt' :" = ='. + way --
JFE -'-" '- ) J. 1 P. Lmgold was shot to death by his He next purchased Dr. Sheppard' from ESTABLISHED: 1882. J

Ii brother. Peter Llujjold refused to I'.urns & Wateihouse, afterward take j _
TWENTY WORDS male any statement further than thai in;:: the horse to England. | 'j

t't E,]) (i) they had quarreled! and began shoo Duruell returned America and arranged -j' McKENZIE OERTING & CO.. :

'Y' ins at each other, when his shot tookeffect ; a partnership with Emil Heiz. '
(j : -FOn.ti killing: hi* brother Instantly. The latter is a native of (;('rtn:1II: ). and j :
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I; the present is his first connection with ,
Cowboys Enjoy Roping Contest. I racing in this country. The firm has I' Ship Chandlery and General Hardware, i

t ti TWENTY CENTS. ften (:;j San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 30.-TheTriMo I engaged Jockey Buchanan's riding: ,'
; system cowboys beat Texas lathe 80S AND 605 9. P ALA POX STUl'IIT.: i
.... services for the winter and will nt.iin j ,
< challenge steer roping contest today I Jockey Treanor for lightweight riding.It : --, -, ---.-A.GENOV'. ,. -----. r I I '

AIY-: $luUOit first prize; three steers loa has not \been decided whether the REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S EONS CO.'B ; S : I ;

j r ,1 i ::1' : : :vested in the ) SEWS One Cent a Ulan Clay :McConagill came outlast firm will race in California or New GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RCH8EL A BON'S PCMP8. f '
and his total time was 2:08 3-v.
t :'1 brings wonderful resuIt3. There is 110t His lowest time on one steer was: :3.t Orleans. I Cum Ssrdiii Fiii! Oils, Italic! Ilstra:!!dls! Carts isskiri, fun i

t ,: lpdium in the state for realizing a want seconds.! Jim Hopkins was second ('on"t'rtltc.nnb...** Wndilrll. I COMPA! :S. LOG. KTC "t .

'..t' columns.c In ;5434 seconds and J. E. Carroll third Some baseball managers declare that C. McKenzie Oertin;; Collecting Agent; for Bar Pilot1 Benevolent Asclo: ('t f '
la C2 :S I';5 st>conds. "nulll'nddl'll., the interesting and I elation
c eccentric pitcher apparently has no -

,i IIAVE YOU A WANT ? (.: Caught Napping idea of the "eternal fitness" of thiUt.1; THE GARDEN SECTION ; .1: ;iI I i iI

Uncle-Dear ntl'. Carl: what a poor I He is something; of a '
I memory you hate! when he wants money he will promhe I I
t '
,t. A'- It't'll. I "tilted.B Nephew-A poor memory you say? anything and sign" any agreement toget o-OF'-o I q.i i I i
Notoriety I four of the it. In this connection it is rt'latl'.11 i .i
Why can repeat paves
r. \\' tlltt d, Opinion WVauted.V..ut Pensacola Florida ; f i
names in the directory after reading that on one occasion when his sen'ices' ( i ,1
C'' \ d partner W1t1tt'tI.r II them through only once! were in demand anti he was being bid j t -

!J '" r .llIt"d. Quilter Wanted.f l'1ll'h--l'llllt.t> you a hamper of champagne for by several clubs be had! an appointment Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. \ ,! i ;

E :,!tI'.r %W.ltlh.t! Rooms 'Vanted.F I' ; that you can't do it. with a manager at the lattcr's i -- ; r'

; ,, +1:11.:: Wtll"lL: : Servants Wanted. The nephew sends for a directory hotel. They agreed on salary and the !
Beautiful Lots for Sale. I
I drawn to Si :
G lu: WaatH1. Team;; \Vauted. I attentively peruses four pages and contract was up ready II'1 i :

ti H .-" W, it! ..d. Ulliollmen Wanted. I shuts Uncle-\VtllV up the took.( Then money Rube in advance.Insisted on having; 1 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord : I ;

r. I' : 1:,'r 'ValJtp-d. Vehicles Wanted, t Xl'lht'w-\lulh'r.: Muller Muller, etc., "I haven't a bit of cash said the I ing to location and surroundings. : I'

J ,_ ', :I- \\'Int..d. Wives Wanted. II ad intiihtum.! manager "but I'U'e you a check for _

K :.:. r It I.t\.d. Wanted. ou'll sign." I Good !!
Xperience All the four pages of the directory jsiOtJif > ; Exceptionally Neighborhood, Beautiful View, ,

{Ail} L' AC IlIt"11. you're wanted to have PI being taken up with this familiar pa- All right rl'plil'tlthe eccentric' player High, Dry Fertile Lands. : I

M' 11' tat. ,d. Zeal enough: tn plaice a I tron.rmic.Iur student won his bet In : "produce jour check. ,

s t\\ -- (:) fine style.-I'rom the German I j I blank The cheek manager and went during in his search absence of a a The grandest opportunity for investment ever t : J i

SPENT MORE THAN $1000. I' mat manager enten-d the ollice and | cffered in Pensacola. j i '

) c RITES BY TH 1(;)] W. W. Bake, of Plainview Neb., saw Waddell. He also made the pla> '': ''

.' i E N I111 0 COUJMfO.SPECIAL OH HCHTH.I7'glrr EJS ..,. : write; : "My wife suffered from I arrangements IT an offer and already Rube made.told him of the j I Home Secker'l-Should See These Lots J i .

i ;rl j II luiii trouble for fifteen year l Hhe "The cheek ain't going to do you no I I '
Pk' -_ ,__ .. .-- ..--._.;;_. tried number of doctor and "VTCln'b'bs
_ a spent :
'-' ',_ '---i- : -T1"-vyr-- -'aiti 'ifliiM1iTl.' ...-.. I 1, goal explained the newcomer; "you ;i ican't
over *U"N without relief. She became "
get no money on it till tomoruWhat \\ |
Vt n' low and lo-t all hopp. A .
I want is cash In h.-unl. Come I : I
i-ON.VI.. friend recommended Fnlt' '"-* Honey I you Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ,! .
-lllIhI' with and I'll give ?1"0 in currency ;
I.lIIHI.. i and Tar and thanks to chi :great me you -
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remedy it saved her life. !She: I ," and he began counting out the I : 'i
\, i ttiug Knijlnet-r: : "bo i I enjoy BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKH. W, K. HYKK. JR., ,
,. K.O. J. 8 KEKKE.f \ t
1K.. l.logham last .1" OWNKKS: : Oil 1'1-: ILERti -, better hialth than slip hH bills."That's. II j'l'reblt1pot.
Have you -.iwinill. or urpeiitlae Lauds Vlc..Pr"8.d nt. Ca-, '!r. Ans't Csshler
tM- call at tbe Cilice i
known in Ilt-fu-ie ltitute what I assented Waddeli. I IF
tPii want. -
1 i-.fn building. .fur sale? If so write full particulars. hox : i
LVitfon t 1.: Jdolvs *. W. A. D'Ali'iiibcrtf, 1 1'1: 1 :f>. : He took the money and when
t atilJacksonvilleFla-
t -,- i l'.tlafox ..tr..t. the' tint mnnager returned calmly I
I U t.tav u.I JI.\.IH GOOUo-: .. i off. IW'I First National Bank ii'I
f 00.1 .. ___ __...._ _.__ __.. _.. _.....n.. ... t irn-il: him that everything; was

\1\ improved real el- BXKAH MKIKVh-Miinnfactniar _
r "11'.ll amounts at low thus dealer in Lair woods Hats 1'OIl..t BEST FOR THEBOWELS Lord Irl>y and Cre.cen... I 'I
; "i 'n Ijfslie! t:. lirooks.famtui Articles H HI r Oil, etc.,S'-'v W. liovernmei't : L I':. Smathers' challenge to niceLuiil ""I I i it
I > M., I.lsbt'rt street OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ;
ilmlui Derby against any trotter in tin- ,
\, -- (JUT l"LO\VBHo-: .. ni.il'l for $'!; i' :'IJ you need montyT
so far as Champion Crcscciiii : : '
4 i. .. .1 iy amount you want I --- If ."\' d' ': a ,,Gills. Ii. m nt or the H. KNOWLE3. W. A. BLOCNT, F. C. BREM ff II. J1YER.D. n. ;
nand low eat rrt'.eton fr LOW KIM and Mora! Lealgos- I o..u .. ,' 't. I i-, ''III.t'rued. Mr.: Ketehaui said if j i I {
: -'rl..t
I improved city rrnl Cu'r"cl l ordered for castomi'HVIISH t G. URENT, '
designs ,
t ... i I'h'ut' \ I I 'ri It (;.anling! the challenge: "I will nut rag' Ii I t ,
"'ifrlwr$ "ctbl'aa-i Vloletle Moreno 828Ve: t Gregory .
i t : : I 1 q 6. I"I IK .c bu.ad '! i
'. horse this
ic-tl ) 10D6 'Wdliuv ... "I"'I'US against any season.
t .anmo I' .111 1 I II

i r i': ,. ,." .,.your uRROio proper MONKY ty.pro.y I.I ----- v.\1--- -- -'. ';Ii ). CATHARTIC CANDY I,' .!Hi-'.I'l-i.J'-r! i time! any I is all proposition liiliil. and for I wouM a match! not 1m! ad mnt! g A 9 nt ad Mi I 1111.I 1 ., ,{ i I

, : o' sell real IIS- i P In fact i could not do so if I
t .. ':STK -All kinds OT empty b.-cr
k r.y.decrlptlon. taft \ boctio H, A. KHIEDMANAT nnvVr u ini.'il l to without having to canedMu.al :
r taxes Attended to. I .a ,
: '-. t''. W atson tv CoitcB profitable engagements, and itt ffVe draw ocr O su Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Irf>.)at>6 i I I
: agents, PeniaToev AM' EIIt'r..lulZ"h'I''l. \ .lck\I' \ ,,.lit be a foolish proposition for nn- Austria i i
Germany, France Italy Hpam, Belgium Russia
\i Nol
"" rate. "rjoa I CII'-ut.d.'aihaudohl! tl u< lriit.m'; I ip ,
" \\,< mill tend naary renewal cuiuraot-. AM l.H.\N IKVIKKNir I t', I liEAT 'U .1"! tb.lt.'hl'tht.r or not I would way, riweden, Denmark ani other Enrcpaan cooatrleg. I j i itVes9ols
!, Ol "_. Hdtffrnnt I \\ a>bloJtnn, D. C. :'.".'-"IlII ..::t.t'r, a proposition to race him next ..I
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i ,I Itu/ita... \\AMK1. >--tour solicitors. ; apply to t.. \ .ir I remains to be seen." I j Disbursed upon tho bloat Favorable TTITH. and tteil i ,! J t
-""- -""'- __ -I 1) \. 'Jlioriilon, at.z..0.1: vt f.t tio\> n.mvutetrcet .-, Obllgatloiiij Taken Payable at Port of e3tiraUou! Ten or Flfteec Daft j I I
betMt-fU "ullill o'clock U .
for in fErLIKE! CANDY
\ I room I after Vessel Arrive thare I', t
lort-iuion. line.
l-jfliu \tI." Ha i
"i""lIr.c..nlrl\lI 1"- > .. t'lea.an i P..Mi nit IVjlenfletfr tt d f' ekod t'
Eat: loif udf nciii | -- -. \\, ? r. 'Ill i ai.'M. .rnlptr HitYale rush line this year has : : 1 ;
IToclm \\',\: TEO-)tt'n to learn barber traclt. li .x. wI, f. i r>. HI ',, a r. booklet :DCialth L r S efety Depo ttj3o-fo-Rent: in Connection
each of whom weighs nior
-- four men
11 Rest propoMtion e>er ntrert-d. :Mureei.erieiice BTHM.no A.Mr iinn: fmlr. ,. riur i.oer arty '''IE. I with which -we have Privn Apartment for the U.a ; j I. 11 l
u.l Uuoal -1 iu out- mouth than sbop- ill one than .''ei |"unnd.s. Tnese anGin--- ;

_... : ... yeah hoard includ t'uola presented U. w rite for wages eatalogur saturdays toe : KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEARJRSE8 :'I 11 I ; iI'IkiiZ' ; Uoss :Mai; :. and lIa III I III, of Ren tAr". 'j 1 t f

j '.)t.., with I'll RENT-Cor.of day ; .liurber College: : New' urleaii. .. ._-,-- '_H'':!. This is sure to lie one of ri! -- I It' r
privilege I 1
I. ", wta/leypoolrrrmI La. >-:: strongest rush lines in the eounirv :tad
vte Athletic 'hc I'lub. I'or itt'iii.i ; williverige s-venil launch ln-a\ "-i' i f' r1
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than that _f Harvard. For Ih- reason 1
for for I .... ,
Iii ::0-\.141;. K. OK \ hall rent dance* PIt "' .j I :
( the Line will depend ('I"-, format .' ',. .t
j Apply to w m. fclumer Thos. J.iha- on .It, If.y 'n.IL'! ; i
I r rent belowpost, ;fine loon or l>an :Murphy. >olnil ion plays .. .1.,' "'. ., ,'d I 1
Jst from the factory; -------- - >.4a coet law ol &U! bJ.laau. '."...., '" ,,, ...11 I
""'. organs Jt-KUt and 'OU! KENT-Sice suite of roonn. eitueri1 trt ', ".".,1. .- I
'. tit-low eot.t.ht risber's tarnished or jrni-hfa.; nice nei bliorhood. "Major" T->lop May Quit. I
,, !'arragoua &I. tf \ppl'at :NEWS ofilee for information. "Major": Taylor talks of qtrtting! ; the It I ,.1' <<"".1"rl... : ... .,. I ,. '.
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olrttf ,. ...., -
J- bl--loU >. The lot of tins .," ..... .." 'M. .
most Qe lr In ------------- -- -- ---- IlalET mi n i cycle racing ;::11:1( re I' 1 I. ;
.-> terms by the Kleher ltuarding Iluu.e. I f'ftLfyro nmrkable, ) rider has been none too intiacinee :' :.,;;..::" Ji-; :. ,l;:, I.'. : I : ;
v. .W4! oath I'llatolt..lm I __ __ _ __ v lurutu atI I he into ', 7.." '.,' : I' '
rose proiniinn .
llOAKDlNU HOI$\VheelerSprlng-: -, : ; 0t 0// !
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f ,'h "-\\.ks- ld calf. : 1) Mary E:-tlier, Kla.' Mrs. Condon. proprietress. :iud he i is heartily sick of the wholegame. I" ." : : .. ,. ) I :I :
t-n"ld. oltf'i' : All the comforts of borne aterrtasonable !a? monsunc. Ccrtilci ,. : : ",." ,' .. 'j f fT
i rateNorthein tourist. '
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-ilimltz. :!'T Kru'h will And this an ideal place lo spend a pore ; : "
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cxai5snt .
an:<,'r of lliorouBlibr.il : ,.. : fsnedlei rtcogalraa : ,
'. III turn if the on. 'olni ty I.ntfunp Going Abroad. ., ; ', '. ___
\ sell at r"a"ona- (
:Sol; !a 1.'luu''r.. Fur 1'uneruls.fLOWERs 'y1cl4f"JJet f fos Kid; Lavigne. the former'lightweigbrmillion OD io ', ,.,' "'. ." r'I
,u'tM .'htiol- ,I - - I K.6cy! and Bli
1\ v M'llOOL will -he ( promptly In FOR bouquets hUMEKALS!special farnuneflC detigauMiss r.a a;. utC 116\ r<-''shortly' for the purpose of taking; SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. i t ..: : .: :
I Violet Moreno! :!: West Gregory I I' 1"111.:: n,51 eii r..tI \
i Maclay.-Wright ktrt-rt'S-tf: Oct. phone K.'H. IVdim W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE. j I ASK HIM FOR A Hl'DGIXS1 5c [ "',;}-.. ', _h4..,_: ._ "-- .' -: .... tt ; .. I, I_,

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Oven Argument. sive exercise afterward injurious to I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

; NEW HOTEL 0 HEALTH OFPUPILS a child's health? .. ..

"((3)). Would it not be better to eat (

a moderate cold lunch than to be
TO BE BUILT'' a1u-1
Ire work in the oven i* the rtronc! "it BEINGi! permitted to leave the school to. HOW'S

favun.f "(.(4)B LtVK" KakmsIVrAct j i I
ment lu i reach borne during: the short time? ,
cr "tls ituu-mem every touae-tteptr l1.Uv'rH LOOKED AFTER; "I would like to have those questions

.t THREE STORY BRICK BUILDING )' fur hfrwlf. The fct that it makes! the : aud
answered by physicians THIS
l).-st biwi.it wattles, jilts, and cake is sly iu-&n ,
WILL BE COMMENCED ; would be pleased to furnish them additional {

data should it be needed.
i President Clubbs of the Escambia:
-- I I Richmondirginia.. county school board was queried today MEN !

L. M. Davis of this city will begin; HEALTH BOARD. i in regard to the matter :and he

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early next week to erect at the corners iI I stated that it would be impossible !
s 1 Garden and Bayleu streets a I i Upon the strength of information for all pupils to reach home and : WE WILL SELL OX
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three-story brick building to be used I : EWS NOTES1'Miss furnished by Inspector Julius Men- have noonday meals in comfort in- .I

a? a hotel A great deal: of material, ko, the city health department, under side of an hour as suggested by FRIDAY AND SATURDAYTHE

Y including about 50,000 brick are on : personal direction of Capt. William Capt. Hays. To all who live too far
the ground*, and more stud is being j Emma Chaffin is at home I Hays, today inaugurated com- from the building, the third question

dumped there daily. again after a visit to Louisville. I mendable steps toward having cer- could aptly be applied. I

t'j Mr. Davis said this morning that I Miss; Mary Chaffin has returned tain serious defects of the present Capt. Hays said today he realized I i $1.00

_.: ;, he would Le at work ou the newt ,II I from her recent trip to Washington. I system of schools in the city reme- a great many children resided too

t bmlding early in the week; that it : George B. Jingles and bride, nee died. far from the school to be able to 1'AIK.

would consist of 23 bedrooms, toilet; : Miss Klmina Davis, arrived home i!
It was known that steps of this nature reach home even in two hours, but

t3l tutus and all necessaries; of a lirstia last evening from Pine Hill, Ala. ;, were in contemplation from I' for these lunches from hone could I SIZES 5 TO 11 J.

i .' -- house, ODe of the ground stores Cars will be in waiting in front of :, visit to the public school last :\Ion-I and would be provided, and are

ritiing made and used as a store Nick Apo-tle';; restaurant: one hour j: Remember, it's for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ON: ,
j I day by the inspector, who. observed every day.
after the play tonight, ?o there will i,

ouilding.r ; be plenty of time for supper without the matters in complaint.Mr. mlI'OOD.: -
;# !ie cost of erection, Mr. Davis,
_ having to walk home. See notice.In I' Menko went to public school

;Y 3' -aid, woulJ be not less; than $10,000 the clerk's office yesterday No. 1 at 12:30 o'clock last Monday I! Is <>f Little Benefit Unless It Is Ui- MEYER SHOE CO.

t d:.il when work was once begun it I gChtPtl.Nearly ,
Jilount: Blount, atturneys'f plain. and saw to his amazement that pupils i I

: was "xjJected that the house would tiff T. I:. Jones, Oiled an action for in some instances ran about one I everyone will admit thatas

,lurnedto of f: iJ() Richard E. A nation we eat too much meat Feet Fui iiNlifrs for lash Only.
o competion. damages > against
I II half a mile to get a bite to eat: returning and too little of vegetables and the
I -apport of the last statement, '! Wilkins, the action being made one grain
left the
1 t I I.til : at common l.1w.Tomorrow I as hurriedly as they I For business men,o1Bce men and 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
+ a t1 i 1. -. he did Lot want to break'Around i ground and munching food hastily I clerks, and in fact everyone engagedin
until he had will be the last day on sedentary or Indoor occupation.
everything) !
appropriated from their homes. In I .
which ladies: can join the physical grains,milk and vegetables are much
t> tdy to rush the work without interruption i culture classes at the gymnasium. some cases the children had endeav- more healthful. ... .A.e.o.A.sN...e.e.A.s.s.A...A.A.A.A.A.e4esss/sot

and the a Only men engaged in a severe outdoor JtiUNDERPRICE- -
reaon why
Those who wish to take advantageof ored to satisfy themselves with sit-
i manual labor can live on a
=<<,c, ; ., C temoorary wait is; now made i is a de- \ the favorable terms offered should ', ting at the table and partaking of heavy meat diet and continue in ill -SALE-i

,. + lay in the arrival of a carload of : attend the meeting tomorrow morn- hot victuals an act offering untold health. I !
: ing. As general rule, meat once a day i .
u az 11 lime now overdue. I injury to their health and laying is sufficient for all classes of men, I

The gentleman also;( said this morning All the young lady pupils of the women and children, and grains, '
I ground for typhoid fever and kin- fruit and vegetables should consti ;' ia
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public schools from grades 5 to
that the house would be
\ ; occupied dred diseases. tute the bulk of food eaten. I It
are invited to meet at the gymnasium -'I But many of the most nutritious
immediately completion
f upon at 11 o'clock tomorrow morningfor Mr. Menko at once realized the foods are difficult of digestion and it' a THE BIG STORES \

as a lessee i is now m sight: and a II the purpose of organizing classes. danger possible from such hurried is of no use to advise brain workersto

t $ deal has been eat largely of grains and vegetables < i1; /
satisfactory: already The lady teachers are invited to I
I eating and resolved to take the
up where the digestion i* tto weak Ito i .
fjell i-lu-ed! with him. He would not meet at 2:30 p. m.
y d say matter with Capt. Hays. He accordingly assimilate them properly.. s Dress Goods !

4i 11 wlio: this gentleman was. '! In clearing out the big; drain in !! It is always best to get the best re- ''
t addressed a letter to the suits from our food that some simple : ; :a:1 rents for ALL-WOOL PLAIDS.= !
The hotel will become West End yesterday, ot the intersec i
4 q ,, a great department head, of which the following and harmless! digestive should be : 7!) ient for 50-inch ETTAMINE fiUITIXOd.J1 : :
l tion of Ileus street three large water taken meals assist the
after to relaxed -
r the I i,
: tr at for heavy tourist travel, : rents for TAFFETA SILKS.IT .
t moccasins were killed by the work- is an excerpt: digestive organ: and several
:I : tI: b-Miig mi the increa-e frou : rentfor FRENCH FLANNELS :
year Btuart'
experience have ,
:P r men. It is related that a greater : "PEXSAroLA, Fla., Oct. 29, 19oJ2. years proven j .
Tablets be
to j
Dyspepsia very
r a ,a it. yt'j.r.OBTAINED number escaped in the high rushes "Capt. Wra. Hays,City Health Officer. safe, pleasant and effective digestive : Domestic Goods. :
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near that: particular spot. I.I "Dear Sir-Having been at public j I and a remedy which may 1 betaken i
with the best result.tuart'5 *. S .l'; cents for YARD-WIDE COTTON.ents .
GOODS Harry Hallmark: : has accepted a recess: :-; Dyspepsia; Tablet* can e S' : (- for FRUIT OF THE LOOM. :

position at Mobile and will leave tomorrow I! hardly be called a patent medicine : 1.. eents for 1O.! BROWN HHEETINU. :

ON FORCED ORDER to assume his new duties. ,.i fairs that I regard as extremely as they do not act on bus the bowels uor tf. : '- rents for U 4 BLEACHED PEPPEREL I11 EE !II', \ t
; any particular organ only on e >
)Irs. Hallmark will remain here and J
I Istomach"
4 I hazardous to health of children of food eaten. They supply what weak t
r l7, -- will per=onally conduct a transfer
lack, diastase and '
pepsin ,
Fred Weekly, wl.ite, IIf Bagdad; business, giving prompt personal attention I the city, and no doubt the same oc- by stimulating the gastric glands' increase :' i Knit Goods. Men's Kid Gloves. i

to baggage or hauling for I 1 curs at other schools in the city. the natural secretion' of hydrochloric : j .it. Miit.Ladies' Dressy I .
w.'o:! has: been a resident of this my acid. i< a es $1 to gl 1 7" ; 1.

merchants. Her telephone number I "The dinner hour is limited to People who make a daily practice '. Working Gloves, Tic M' ti' 3
Vets and Pants.Utrls' .
fur some; time was; locked up at the ;
i ii -til.:
I I ot taking one or two of t Stuart'sDyepepsU pair.Genuine.
thirty minutes, and during this re-I Vests and }'ant" .
II v:: jail this morllir. He wa: i Tablets after each meal '
I aunty ; the : Asbe! =t<>- ( "w! ;1.! s
bee Capt. Jacob Kryger at cess the children are permitted to i, are sure to have perfect digestion'which ) Boys' Vest and Drawers. Firemen's Glove, ?1 p'ilr.Ladies' .
arrested Police OflijerR
yesterday by Bijou bar and he will tell you howto : health. .
home for dinner means perfect Union Suits, Luc, $1
J run some going One Case Men's Fancy ritrij, .
b' + ach upon complaint of a geittle- keep warm no matter how high I There is no danger of forming an .8 and *_. Underwear, 4fic suit s

t man who ulleged that Weekly had coal may be. At the Bijou you will one-half a mile (both ways), then i,I injurious habit as the tablets contain : J MI=PS' Union Suits, 25, 45. 6.'j i Stetson Hats, all style-. ; :
'' but natural
'tt Mud all the best brands of whisky, running back: to reach school by 1 : absolutely nothing e and !'Jc.: I to $5 00. .
victimized him for a small amount. digestives ; cocaine, morphine and I .
wines, brandy and beer, or mixed o'clock, not having time to chew similar drugs; have no place in a .
f? 1 of fur 'd order. The I
I'V means a +
z ; '
# drinks any style your fancy may their food or digest it. Then they I stomach medicine and Stuart's Dyspepsia : Children's Hose. j I Carpet Department :
9t4: p{ ntlleer took him into custody on a ''cal! for. Have you tried Naglee Tablets are certainly the bet .
1 : become overheated and drink ice; known and most popular of all stomach 0 Special Prices hy the Dozen, j I 60 Rolls Matting In' j 1", i
t r use of being a dangerous; and brandy, vintage; of ISM O? I remedies. I at:
% I water.'' s : :2."HK>tt; Yards Sew Embroid"i i 121c yard-Special ,tlUI'. :
to -! uciou character. The Smith-Cobb Chemical; Co. today I I Ask your druggist for a fifty Ct nt eri.."-flue work-J \'ard. .q
I Capt. Hays produced the above !i package; of Muart'a Dyspepsia Tablets o "' S1 j :-"1 si .
-* .llU) lard FlUe }lot Vnl. .yRU
t1 Weekly yngterday presented an received an order from : t. .
and after week note the
i a ll e
communication when a reporter :; e IICPlitoo: .\ inches I '' wide, I luc: .
+ "rur to be from Louis for a laUros" of Hepaticura. I improvement in health :appetite .
'j purporting Captain per y.irit Art Squarpa, f 1 t" I .i-
They also shipped today, to Florida I called on him regarding the matter i: and nervous energy. I .
of .
i Barrow formerly the tug Oko- .
druggist, nineteen dozen of this I this morning at 11 o'clock. He said !I
t ." ; 4- l 1..1. The order represented that a popular medicine. Heputlcura is I : Gents' Furnishing Goods and Hats. :
II he thought the matter a timely one I THE WEATHER
qu'intity of fresh meat and vegetable without doubt the best liver medicate !
> 1'i : for immediate consideration and has I : All FItf'U.C1I'olade"hirt t = this", .: ;t- :

Il # .,y was wanted for the boat and on the market and it is rapidly Fine Australian Wool Underwear .. .. .. .. ... . .<:; already taken the with 0
up question
1 4 t'tut'! they wen to be carried there by gaining a national: ivputatiou.' : I II TODAYLocal a Wool-Ribbed Underwear .. .. .. .. .. ... .-1Y': 'I"" ;
the board public instruction. I .. .. ... .. .. .' .
;; Weekly. The Ukolo. -.u is tied up at e I."-t (Duality Cotton Fleeced 'udfotw.'ir H;<

s k cr'4' Hie.Hut and this was learned Dy the NEGOTIATINGFOR :I "Th school board will meet on I : dei.t*' Ilo
NoueniberS," said Capt. Hays, "andit Forecast-Tartly cloudy to nlchtI o LU't'clal!, Price bv the! D'-z'-ii
t i2 _".f'pr when he went out to collect
'' LAND SALEThe is my purpose to present myself Saturday; fresh northeast v.lDlb.I o 0
: i I ).its mutter Further investigation; I Iand I
y1- 1 t before the body and endeavor to( explain I I I rI
!.' -'. wed the 'rder t' bo .1 forgery:: and ---- I. I I in Last 24 Hours
2 Temperature :
; ., the injurious effects upon ', Maximum ..... .............. ... .. .. ... .'. .1..jr.> JUilliam i 3oln00tt t &S rOII I
Li \\ 'jt"kly -wa----amt-- -<-1. -- ale of a large tract of land children if this thing is allowed to Minimum........ ;,.; drgrrrs II } ) .

+ s near Florala Ala., is being negotiated : -(Ibe prolonged. While the practice Temperature Elsewhere: N __ --

QUARANTINEOFF in Pensacola: today, it i* stated, ,. has been going on for years it seems !tar.] Mm N.A.900N11..e.HO.6e.AN.A.A.A.A.6.b.0.e.O.NY...Yii

and purchasers will be capitalistsfrom : .\tJIlDta.... .. .. ................ .... U 4'I ----.
1 to me that it should be brought to an HI.1II8rct! ..... .................. .._..till :-1 I
Alabama und Pennsylvania.At I ChtcagO. ..... .. ..._ ....._.. II! I-
end as soon as possible I Cincinnati ..... .........._........_.oil t: THOS. WATSON & CO.
i TO-NIGHT the Merchants hotel yesterday Galveston.- ..... ... ......-7't .: I ,
: j "The remedy I shall suggest will Huron ... .. ..........._....$I .'t
: a coterie of gentlemen sat and talk Jack@onville ................. .... ..7f ,., I IK8U..t
be prolonging the noon recess to one t'lty..... ..... ...............7" ii i LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
ed over the matter. In the party Key West ... ..... ... ... .........7' 7:
T-- a fr.e quarantiue -"a', iti will clo*etlll1ht hour, or not allowing children to I )lt.mpbls .... ..... ..... ... .......'." it i I 1''':'S.\COI.\, UXWUU,
; were Ie"i'fs C. S.: Kiskadden and Mobile.. .. ... .._.... .... .........111 />'>' I
I at TJ l o'clock and >i tuj will I leave the grounds during the thirty 'I Iontgom..r' ....... ...... ......... c4 42 Southwest Comer Palafox and Garden Streets.A .
; t W. D. Johnson of Pittsburg, Pa., C. : New urh.ans....................-..?7' iiNew'
s" g > over to the quarantine: station minutes unless they reside withinI I, "ork.. ..... ..... ..... ..... ....ii r::; FEW VERY DESIRABLE:; DWELLINGS: ?+* .+< .-* '1
'B. Hincley of Montgomery and \\'. 8vannal ........._ ............ Ay Sit
}{ 1;, tUB evening to bring over to the city 1 I not less than two blocks of I Bt. Louts ...... ... ... 7.1 5! Ot .4 .+* ?.c .,* ,* STORES:: AND OFFICES FOR lu" j jI
; McLaughlin of Florala. The contemplated -
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the men, males and property not ;the school house. Prolonging I
deal is said to embrace I Fab S.Oft 11 KM.E : .
: : :c1 needed at the place longer; tor this the noon recess hour I think can be I Two large dwpllingsstory, on North Two stores counPet..d by la': I
the largest transfer of real estate 111"OC \ OR KKNT-A country h :H'I Ba>len street. with nil modern convenitn- I with 8 rooms and kitchen! at.c..s ..>\ ,
g...ion.Vessels. ( done without necessitating the keep- -'j ratios from city cue mile from car gas eater, and la residence portion of I Goveromentttreetnear T arn.,," i
made lately in the South. i! line. adjourning Mrs. Bn ri' property onNavnu city HI per annum. .
rent as whole, or separately! at u
} from now until nest May I afternoon i ffxar. where p.oty! of hh are Large: and rom t ortab 1 I' d'If!1'1 Oi[. :-5 t orr. I

will be allowed to come direct to the Scrofula with it* swollen elands, I I: caught.HJ WtstKelmont For further stre-particulars aoply.tlolm at with with outbouies ga and water, located throughout on the large corner lot of I rental. .

t 1i i running ores inflamed eyelids, eu- view that I shall make this recom- La Kua street and feih Ave., $.15 per month. I The McGinn Baildln?. ""r rmentaudTarragona .
14 city and be not subjected to quaranI tint'f\U eruption, yields to Hood'sSarapanlla. Ilr.'+N. I." '
desirable one-snry dwelling, containing- I fur Guard.ng bouse. Apply for j I":
: charge; or regulation:: All mendation. In the meantime I OPERA HOUSE ing 7 rooms and !bath gaa and water'
throughout south frontage within pa'ri I
would like for practicing physicians .. .. Will Large store-room.corner K ay',. :i \
.,E vr'els from ports oflicially designated ------ --- -- reach of Heltncd North Hill car line ..
i tendenclu itrcttI.li:!: per mouti
lease fur.o: ) annum.
ed .1, infected will be compelled to in the city and parents of children I OXE NIGHT ONLY per .
MA Two-story dwelllne containing < room, A few ollle" on Palafax tr--t \
a ; gn u the station for fumigation and 1.IME., : to give their opinions professionally I I near Belt Line, So 2W N. Karcelona street. 'I MTtii-sen Kulllinz" and a Inr.knt .-- '. .
4 # 4, Friday, October 31. u ill lease for \::,.) per annum. I -room,suitable for mestiuK p. .
di-charjeof ballast. and otherwise upon the following ,
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4 } c FOR SEED OATS : For .:tobl'r to date ..... .._.......li.ltf.vmiiCLtAhLD. three questions which I think cover MR. WILLIAM BONELLIAND Examine the corks on Genuine Schlit beer hi,".

the important: matter now under our
k every bottle of Schlitz and'I the name branded on tie
Seed Rye aud Chickeu Wheat, call i I Brss Cbatton !SCI Sanderson; by unit consideration. The questions are '
cork't -/
on tae: Mellen-Crofby Company at Transit C<> tor Tampico with 5'tons coal, these 'see that they are branded ;: accept su >

the Alcatuz street warehouse. value jL'STj: : "MISS ROSE STAHL \\"Schlitz.I !: tutes.
(1) Would it not be injurious to I -
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Phone331: Jjlm BAILED.
-- -- I i Br si Allendate, sincU, Bremen : health of children where the time : IX I will repair your watches and{:I You can gel your hot ,e
I jewelry In flm-claas! ayle.] J. J
Pineapple Punch, ;5c. a i AT QVAKASTISE. allotted (30 minutes), two-thirds of Janice Meredith. I t"nhflinA.I !Ifurnishedcompleteat-

q glass Solomon's. I i Nor bk Jobanne, ;.j. Pallesla, Fort of I I which is consumed( In walking fast i-------I ston]$ Oidna'son easy pa1-

$! call for Schlitz I' Spam: to Fmancola Lumber Co i or running home, in order that: the i iI A dramatization of the famous story CIU'\V IS'OTICEH. I ments, weekly or monthly.
you I I by Paul Leicester Ford a*slsted i : -- -
I tle
captain own-
beer that it. I! children may not be tardy in arriving by Edward E. Rose. dItirn consignees of the I : ..,.
4 see you get ASK HIM FOR A Hl'DGlXS' 5c. I II I ASK HIM roil .v in noiss
s! 1hornly will be
Look at the cork and see I I! back? Everything; carried-Scenery, Fur I for debts contract. -----
niture and all Requisites.Seats i ed by the crew of aid vessel. The finest line of umbrella-. *
i that "Schlitz" is branded (:!). Is not violent exercise witha I W. MAJOR Jt
|I Frozen Buttermilk, 5c. on sale Wednesday at noonat W L. Wutjcfl Co.. caotam. city is at J. I. Bteptfu; Oo I
on it. II saucer, at Solomon's. hastily eaten meal and then excet :- Coe's Bookstore. C"usiIuet. 7 art at them.
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