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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: November 1, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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VOL S8, PENSACOLA, FLORiDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 1. 1902 NO 42 ;f :ij{ f

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h SJfRONG VIGOROUS MANs PARTY VISITS I II PENSACOLA: : !I 1 i I ; it


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Liable i to Break Down-Pe-ru-na is Special to The- Daily VOLCANO News. FALL FESTIV L j. L II :



Sure to Restore. Kingstown, K"\\: I., O't.I1.": --lItn, v
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Powell, curator of the government ', > I I '

tar: lecl station here; J. P QUInton, o; :

TOXIC is a me<1icle that gives tone the British botanical elation in iira -- ONE WEEK 17th I
R to some part of tho pystem. There Leona West Africa and I:. '..'. | COMIlENCING NOV. i

are different kinds of tonics, but f'r."tcof the British botanical station i ;

,.. tho tonic most needed in this country, at Laos' West Africa visited the &JI'j: I, I ';
( I where catarrh is so prevalent, Is a fril'e01<110:10 Oct. 28. The ].ar> i ,
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6 tonic that operates: on tho mucous mem- found the crater in activity. It wa. .GASKI LL = MUNDY. j !

: branes. emitting! volumes of steam and: throwing 1 1

Percna Is a tonic to the mucous membranes up Lunerous cones of ash>-s from 1

a-'r \ X of tho whole bocly. It gives; tone tho fissure close under the southern CARNIVAL COMPANY ; :
r' to the capillary circulation which constitutes wall to a height of 40: feet. Duringthe ;

these delicate membranes.Penma last half hour of the explorr/s' i
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is a specific in its operation stay the crater became violent. Mr.
: ; upon the mucous membrane. It is a Powell, who, from his fI'equent'ist3., WILL FURNISH THE AMUSEMENTS. t i I i''

,, tonic that strikes at the root of all catarrhal is well! acquainted with the features of ;
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affections. It gives tone to the the mountain, said it was a new eratfT. I ; z: k{
minute blood vessels and the terminal with signs of eruption. The old '
s hc E r ,dNa =K nerve fibres. Catarrh cannot exist long crater has become more funnel, sha;- JO-BIG FREE ACTS10! i 1 : +
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where Pcruna is used intelligently. ed than for months, and Is now deepest \
Pertain seeks out catarrh In all the bidden in its center. I. j i

parts of the body Volcanic! ejecta, almost! red-hot an.ismoking : 18-BIC SHOWS UNDER SEPARATE TENTS !1-- 1 18 :: r ; i
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Paul Landrum
writing from Atlanta, profusely has !been heaped

Jfa J t Ga., says: UjI; around the interior walls of th.> EVERYTHING FIRST=CLASS AND UP TO DATE. I I

"In January last I began the use of crater to a height of several hundred ,. ,t i

I I; your PerllIla and ranalin for what was feet. The rim of tho crater is considerably ...c..c NO IM3IOKAL FII.YTUMIS.: ...c..c I
termed organic heart trouble. At that wider than it was, and the depression f

time I could scarcely walk to my placeof on the western rim, overlooking ] !
FREE FREE f.
business without stopping to ret and :Morne Rouge, has been lowered. <* FREE '

7' on arrival felt completely exhausted. In the center of the crater: Is a caldron I ; I ICHAH.

1 Had severe pains in my heart and general of boiling water, and close in under G. KILPATIUCK AND THREE OTHERS IX THEIR 1! : ..

? dizziness. After using the first bottle ofPenma the southern wall is located: the fis- I CYCLE: DAZZLE ACT. i ; t

\ I began to improve and today I sure from which large volumes! ';f :
\ feel that I ara a sound man and I work steam and ashes are seen to emerge. The Daring Ride Down a Flight] :; of One Hundred Steps on a Bicycle by E '

fourteen hours a day without any basiecling.I'rali KILPATRICK j ,
The
i, tea is still encroaching upon the f ;
Mulrum. land at the \ 'aihotf!! estate The Wal-] I
I I A. M. Ikerd, r.l employee of the C. B. libou river is dry at its mouth but far SLIDE FOR LIFE, ; I i iIIRS.

& Q. II. R.,'West Burlington., writes: inland it is running with fair volumein i
::\. HPRA Y'S Dive from Top of a fiO-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. f I '
"I had catarrh of the stomach and tilt null channels.ATLAflTIAN .
\ \ small intestines for a number of years.I Splash] Backward Fall in the Tub lol Feet above the Ground. 1
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n" K Ic1 went to a number of doctors and got !. i I .
1\ t -:... .' 1 c isv't no relief. Finally one of ray doctors GETS The'Following: arc the Names of the Different Shows Under ; _
\ '\ : sect rna to Chicago and I met the same:

"\ \ : k : :, fato. They said they could do nothing LARGE SUM' *< $ Separate Tents : .:1-fc< ; .. i.;

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for me, that I had cancer of the stomach -- .
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and there cure. I almost thoughtthe '
was no
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t\ .\ -- Under The Red Dome. Hagenbeck's Trained Wild i I
I t > 1.44K same, for my breath was something;
r'. ,; ':,\:'. avrf-.il. I could hardly stand: it, it was to The News.
'..- ., \;\\ DUXN Special Daily Statue Turning to Life. Animal Show.HouseUpSideDown.. :
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\.\._ ;' ..T, so offeI..<;l\"e. I could not eat anything I t :
t ." :.1"\1 > without great: misery, and I graduallygrew Atlanta, bet. :21.-Frax.ier Oilman, Backman Glass Blowers. : ) !
of Atlanta, has received ;$2W.Ourt. : 1 t :
"L : worse."Finally Johnstown Flood. Wild Rose. !;
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which is a portion of his: share of the
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I got ore of your book, !', and f ? 1
I estate; of James Francis Oilman! the German Village. Streets of India.
thank
concluded I would! try IVruna,and
lirJl'l. &.k fl-:: n, Aldemsn Twenty-Fourth District, writes wealthy millionaire! ; whose death las
rod, I foul a lid and a cure for that ; l
trrj1 .:.;? Cast fit;=D hth Street, clew fork City: dreadful JUoayp.' I took five bottles of )',precipitated quite a. fight for hisrroperty Electric Theatre. Stadium. I i

i H' --runa Mediclm Co., Columbus, 0.: Penma and two of :JIaiulin, and I now among a large! number of relatives Dog and Pony Show. The Maze. I { I'
feel like a new rcnn. There is nothing; who immediately mate their
-'nt'crmn: ";here is no remedy for a broken-down system I N tier than IVr.uia, and I keep a bottle appearance.: For a time after the Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. : ; I :

,1':1' : >. oiv &/ n-.'! .:h ;rill so effectually restore health ss Peruna. in my hou. e all tho thne."-A. )r. Ikerd. death of John Francis Oilman It seemed Dancing Girls. I Venetian Gondola. I

I.'i:': LT l crn orsrworksd or suffer from the consequences of If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory : that the wrangle over the distribution I c
remits from the use of Pt-runa, of the estate: would cons urn'* I
s a a j'j.N.j
(.f Pcrjna builds me up again more quickly than ]: all of ;it, but the difft rer.t t
write at once to Dr. Ilartaian. pivinga practically One-Half Fare an All Railroads
i ,. .' .'/::(L / tatit especially valuable for catarrh II full st.itt-mt-nt: of :rcur case ar.d he will\ sets of heirs! got together and succeeded ; ; I

i.J rr.s tree years ago of cat rrh of the stomach and toe pleased! ; to give you his valuable advice In making an agreement suitable to DURING CARNIVAL WEEK.CHILDREN'S ./ l" l !, : i i

t.. ','r a:;j the isazt symptoms of it since." I'I't. pratij.AdJr'ss: all parties. The amount received by t i /: '
Dr. rianr.an: President ot Frazier Gilman represents only his TUKSUAY AFTiUXOOX. NOV. 1>E. ; -
'cry truly, I The Ilartmaa Sanitarium, Cclumbua, share of the amount realized from the DAY I! All Children will be Admitted Free. 1 .

FRANK DUNK, Alderman 24th C!=:., N. Y. City. Ohio. distribution cf the interests cf the -- -- -- -- ;r 1 :
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Great Atlantic anl Pacific Tea company I. r: I.
--- of which the elder Gilman waa: SAVANNAH DOES ,TWO LARGE 11 I ;'

the chief factor. There is still a 1 t.
WET'S GOOD NOVEMBER NOT MAN\ T S CAROLINA large amount of valuable bonds an i :. ., ,,1 I 1

securities not yet divided. The Oilman : NOT WANT CONVICTS MORTCACESRECORDED ; _':

CYCLING, RECORD SO PROMINENTSpecial REPRESENTEDSpecial family lived on 1L<>e street. J : :
in \V st End, for a number of years.: -- i I' IJIi
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iI ---- The! family consists of three girls! and Special to The Dally News Special to The Dally News. i :i 'I I

I two b-ys. Shortly after the death of Irwinvi.'le: Oa.; Uct. :31.-The twolargest :
'y News. to The Daily News: to The Daily XCJ>vs: James Francis Gilman, Frazier Oilman : .I. ta. I.? ; ;ill:: rra.: t 'tr: !tI I

,1 Cor-tt-nrt' the I::i tier: 1... '0) : : .\,,\.1. I'' Raleigh N" C., O*. 31.- -:' t-the an- roved to north Georgia where v.'o; .'.: >' r.-i ..: ''-! ,m or Ilar S- Irwin county mortgagt-s are now ever being recorded recorded la I I ,

'i IS miles and GSA! I It t'.ii ; \vir tl: 'iipl[ i a !It.,.., I'!oli11ia'lli: nual meeting Thursday of the Xortl: ho has; since resided.! The family vaiiiial'.. That ;is char fn'm the lo'irt.tiriiS r by Crk! J. B. D. Paulk. The finO t i> I '
I before thocity
that< v.reeal
f .\ the Velodrorr.6 i portion: : in ihu I:.::!tt r of iuilubtna.JiionJ Carolma Agricultural society all th o will!! ia the future Inv in Brooklyn.! That la! from the Seaboard Air LJna railroad 1 t i .1 .
council Thursday! night. body
\ ,'::1:..-. dispatch to That i I ( payments than some months officers wore r&-elt'ctet. J. A. Lon? to the Continental Trust company of ; t I
Asleep Amid Fiaincs.Breaking was called ui oa by the retail merchants -
red: up to 100 ki'covtnvl says The Journal of Commerce. Tiff president; Joseph E. Pogu secretary;; Savannah Maryland] and stipulates for the payment ; 4 I I'
the business men. the -
1 > in lUG is exemplified r-y total disbursements!: Claude B. Denson, treasurer; J. H into a blazing] home, of 75000000. The other mortgage i: I
Tradt and Labor assemblyand
a minutes. The thus far amo.1uro : of only $179,74i. Avfrell, wboVas director of tlr 3 some firemen lately dragged the la from the Georgia Southern i
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1 sleeping inmafes from death. Fancied the :laborers to take some action to
,.ood built in the Of this comparatively! small total Charleston erpssition, was Int1'o.JrtJ'l'jby : security, and death near. It's prevent the Millhaven Lumber coa- Florida railway to the New York I J j'j'and

L f t, u: d! measures about nearly! IOOI.HtIU: \vl!! be distributN1r.nong : Commissioner of Agriculture! Pat' that way when you neglect; ] coughs pany, which has become lessee of Security and Trust company and provides I tl i
t( '" '". Coctenet's neW! the pret'erinl ')1 ." kLoMf-rs( o: torson. and In behalf of the St. Loui- and colds. Don't do it. Dr. King'sNew about ISO/ convicts from working them for the payment of 10000000. I 1 '
-;. the most remark.I the btwl l corporation, which probably exposition, urged that North Carolina Discovery for Consumption I 1i I f.E ;
stone's throw! from !
about
at its plant a :
!'a the history ofirg. iavpil November from being one ; bo fully represented thereat. irives! perfect protection against all Luck In Thirteen t I #
I Troubles the corporate limits. As a result of
Throat, Chest and Lung t
; It 13 only the smallest months of the prPseutyear.
Keep it near, and avoid guttering, the petitions, council adopted a resolution Bv sending 13 mile Wm. Spirey HI
:that: 4i') miles in an Tilt near approach of January For Over Sixty Years. of Walton }Furnace Vt., box ofUacklen's i
bills. got a 1 ,
death, and doctor's A tea- ] expressing: Its disapproval] of t i' I
I '1.>'d. By graduals which has become a great month fat MRS. WlSSLOW'S 800THISS 8YRCP b "l poonful stops n late cough, persistent tb supplanting! of free labor with the Arnica Halve, that wholly t'
'-. brought up 'c Sfmi-annual disbursements, hs something been used for over sixty years by millions s use the most stubborn. Harm- cured a horrible Fever Hore on his. !
'I '.. Unton placed I I.irds is to do with the relatively] sma!. mothers for their children while teethingwith less and nice testing it's Guaranteed convicts and calling on the sent >rand le?. Nothing else could. Positively 1 I I ;
.- on the Pared total Kovember.. la October the perfect success. It soothes the child to satisfy by W. A. D'Alemberte] representatives from this district! cures; Bruises! Felons] Ulcers, Ernp- I I' : i
softens the goms,alla8 all pain! ,cures wind! S. Palafox street. Price bOa and ;1. led county to press to passage In the tions; Boils, Burns, Corn, and Piles. t l
l'.ir-s total was $19OOt,33.Jumped : ::
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: on May mile, and Is the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt Trial bottles free. general assembly a bill making the Only 25c. Guaranteed byV.. A. ,
'. ss ; 'c he defeat!1WW will relieve the poor little sufferer Im -- -------- employment of convicts: witiiln! two D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 S. Pala- ; I! i ;

tin a Ten l'I'IIIIYail.: mediately. Hold by Druggists maven: pan IRVING miles of the jurisdictional limits of fox street. I ,
world. nve bottle SIR HENRY ---- -- .
of the Twenty- cents a : 1 I
The little daughter: of Mr. J. N. Be lure you ask for"d: Wlnslow'g Booth, any city or town in the state unlawful
I Powell jumped on an inverted rake lag tfyrap and take no other kind. unless the consent of the municipal TOOK DEATH INPREFEREHCETO 1 i'' : ; ;t.
PRICES nails, and thrustone TO MAKE TOUR of each! bo
made of ten penny -- --- ----- authorities town or city
nail entirely through her foot first obtained. I ; '
FOR and a second one half way throu orh.Chamberlain's ) 25,000 TRIAL I'! I !
NOVEMBER Pain Balm was PEOPLEAT
promptly applied and five minutes' Special to Tbfl Dally News: PILES. .
had and FAI R ..... la mostly] responsiblefor I i
later the pain disappeared -' -" Constipation Special to The Dally f 'OcL .
New York 31.-Ara.ng.ln hard faeces
no more sulleriug was experienced.In piles. Ma es of dry ,1
'' '*It" and Bridesmaid three days the child was wearing; are aarouncel to have been completed packed ,in the bowels, preys on the \nionrown.Ala.; Got. il. \VlliTTmProwtll. i 1 ,

/-'Ml. her shoe" as usual and with absolutely by cable! for another tour of the veins to such an extent, that the formerly I of Birmingham, woo J ;
.iiuatioDs, TO cents ] no discomfort. Mr. Powell is Special to The Dally News.KalPigii .- United States by Sir Henry Irvlcg. It circulation of the blood is interfered killed a man named Trot on an East i t
well l known merchant of }Forkland with the veins in the rectum be-
\ Tiu proportion. a N. C.. Oct. 31.-There wer45Ju e will! ts1n in this city In Octobar, 1903. Lake far. committed suicide Thursday I I .
is the
1'A' Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and come expanded and piles re- ;
-r-I are the freshet on heals such injuries without matura ; () people! at the state fair Thurs sult. ty swallowing carbolic acid Hll 1 I I_-

'tHII: but eight hours tion and in one-third the time required day. It is the most successful of a!1 To the Public. Care the constipation by using trial was to have come up in a few i J .

W It.ml, Montgomery, the by the usual: treatment. For the fairs ever held in the state. Then e Allow me to say a few words in HEPATIL'URA and the piles will days and hs! self-destruction! waj du\ f i : I. ;
: -uU point to Pensaar sale by all druggists ana medicinedealer's. were no accidents and excellent!] order, praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem heal themselves if not too far ad- to despondency. to] ;
th"rac edy. I had a very severe cough and vanced. As HEPATICURA is entirely r : 7
The track record was lowered In '- to the Pensacola -- ----.- cold and feared I would get pneumonia ] free from Irritating effects, it 'I 1
: e. ".e nearest; telephone MEAT & MALT bas a marvelous <>6. Thursday night the marshal';,S but after taking! the second is well to take it in advanced cases, Burnett's Vanilla Extract baa; outlived ; : I

-' dflivtred at once. dietetic value. While refreshing and ball was given and was very brilliant t' dose of this medicine I felt better. to keep the faeces soft. Hold by all criticism. It is the finest and purest t': 4 t

.', tyr'':"'t.,'uhoue pleasant to take, it helps assimila three bottles of it cured my cold and druggists.ASK vanilla extract that can be bought. : : .
323 West
1 .; the pains in my chest disappeared Once tried, always used. t
tion cf
food. Sold byDANXHEISSER OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
\1 V entirely. I am most respectfully HIM: FOIl A IIUDGIN8 5c. r: E
:LETTEMOBEXO. BROS. for health. RALPH 8. MEYERS, ;
yours ---- Hot Chocolate with ; f
Fres i Buttermilk Thirty-seventh St., Wheeling, W., Foley's Honey and Tar, Whipped Cream at Solo-
glass 1 5c. a Fresh Buttermilk, 5o. a oysters today. Try them. Va. For sale by all druggists and ,
at Solomon's. NIC APOSTLE. dealers. cures colds, prevents pneumonia mon's.
glass, at Solomon's. medicine :
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DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY,,NOVEMBER 1 1902,




MOLINEUX TRIA DR. C. GOLDSTEIN r ,*!


I THE WELL-KNOWN j-"fr fr: -.
OPENED UP TODAYFirst .

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LOUISVILLE.
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IMMENSE CROWD AT CCURT. IS NOW AT HOTEL ESCAMBIA. j;. ,> -J-
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I Five Minutes, Declaring the Accused I DAYS.Spectacles. ( .;..- ... .: ..

Man Innocent of any ConnectionWith COPYRICM '.:

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II opened today in the trial of Roland B. I Easy

Molineux, charged with the murdc r o.:
I I Mrs Katherine J. Adams, and soon I i -

after the opening of court, former I 3
: Governor Frank S. Clack announced TO COOK OVER CAS AS OVER
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ll that the first witness for the defense; COAL OR KEROSENE
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would be the accused man. This! !
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o marked a depatrure from the CMIH -

t of :Molineus's lawyers: at the first trial.! --_. ;-
I) I _4ilr.rl The crowd which thronged the crhuinal MUCH RXS1KK: IN 1 i', I

court building today probably. -
I!''the I largest crew seen there. The regular -
I police force en hand was not But you ought) fn' l.

large cough to control the situation vs. freedom from dirt a.: ,

I and extra i police!! were sent from near l I immediate product;:. :

li> stations to aid in preserving order. .
t Blindness.The saving of tempi o' '.\
of
Mon and women were forced out I
r the building in large numbers but I II housekeepers.

I, notwithstanding 200 persons more than of blindness I No br .
vast amount occurs daayed ik ,
t mlil be seated managed to get into through neglect of an optical
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the trial room and considerable confusion defect of the eyes nut being; attended I use Ra3.
;} ,! Girls who work ar. par'icnLtrlvvitiblf to kll1iJ;;!<- 111)>. ,' .pt'-usllv when .lilim-d! to :stand on their resulted. When :Moliniux was to at the proper time. Many such I

feet from morniiw umil i II: ;hl. brought into court It was found that cases have come under my 1.0- t
l.iy m awl ili: > .nit, mouth' in and month 'mt, tin- '\ ir :ihroiujli, the workingul! toils ; !sire" is often th.e someone had removed his customary tice. The patient: has either been Ii Pensaeola l (C" :

gl ? 1 breadiiimTof tiff family, .and must work that other may live ; whether the is Mk or well, whether it chair and also that of his father and short-sighted, long-sihtea; or anigmntic -I i
I rains !tine whether it cool bt must to her place of employment and inorni the m one or both eyes ; but one to I _
jlq duties or ect.ed- ;,from her. H wann or gtt both had to stand until chairs wve a lane extent which they ay, is !:125 and 27 E. Gar4nIoDck .,

borrowed from another court room. their weak the other having lit- !
toll class the of female diseases manifest l.y weak and aching baC'ky eye i I '-- .
f early
Y'f 'f L1 Anioi0': ; !symptoms are -
t former tie should the
As soy i a. the ju y was polled or uodefect (and case
h in tli1" lo\vs-r. limbs UI.I l lower of th! stom.ich i'i of frequent wetting of the feet i|I
paiii : ::! part : eon-.fqm-iice of the weak be short-sithtei it
Governor Black Ills eye
bean ;
i' : ? : } monthly IH-UO.K te'.-nul.' ptinful and irl"t' illal', alltl fivqn.-ntly faint awl dizzy lellsvih loss of appetIte, address, He kept the promise opening]IJ: iucrea-es rapidly the eye with the | f 0 i ; D I i ,
kax until life i j..; a l.unlK' : and,,1 ii i' i iliard I woik to drag: about.11 tl1t' symptoms: :'; jioiiit to a derangement of the : ( greatest amount of optical defect ... _
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Fa E female oigaiii-.ii. ai'l: i ii; tak-i: iu tiaie can be easily arid i> :nnaiifinly! eured. made yesterday<< and spoke for } -; mMl than five minutes. He declared! the
Im I eye ; the sight thus: quickly deterior'l! IrNIG.lIrS C1' .\ '
mused man innoeer.t of any connection ates until it lose all (

A Cordial Invitation to Every Sick and with the crime, and promised tti light, some simple accident having i I) ["f>n..llcnb. Lo.1hP. \

I F'v to the satisfaction of the jn-y occurred to the other eye, causing I m.'ety rw ,

th..t: Molineux never wrote any of the permanent bliuduess. Oherthere la,: ...ttS -
I are with a large amount of defect in ; $ In tb
Ailing Working Girl. lii" iminating If'tI."S. or th<- address! ( I )siiP'lJo't'
both p 'e--it may be longight; as
o-i tli) > poison! pa.'kage. When he fin- 7
well mixed a..ti matism.
as They I II : ltf
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It is to these girls that Mrs. Pinkham holds out a helping hand, and I It her'!. he called out : I can read for some tune by holding I ':F Ii.no':.,
'Holand D. Moiii.eux, take thy witr
the book very close to the eyes, owing I
; 1 j' L extends a cordial invitation to correspond with her. Her unrivalled record of < -. chair!" to ppa-ui of the ciliary muscles I K. -. \

Li!1' success in treating woman's ills makes her letters of advice of untold value Replying to the first: question of his:: (apparent -short-sight) and thus the I

to every ailing working girl, and from her wide experience and skill she lawyer. Molinenx gave his ape at 3H: patients, and consider believe themselves they will nearsighted improve (()=GOLA=
told the date of his arrest an'!
{ a quickly points the way to health. Her advice is free, and all letters are years as they grow older but it frequently '
the length of time he was in the Tombs
ends of the cIl- Grist and Corn veal! K :
in paralysis .:
held by her in the strictest confidence. Address firs. Pinkham, Lynn, Hass. I and in Sn! ? Sing prison iary ntiNcle with total blindness or

sus ;; Don't put off writing her until :your health is wrecked. 4 I II He said he took a course In chemistry just sullicieut vision to rope about I M. F. GONZALEZ A CO.u

in Cooper Union after he Iw't with. Had spectacles been proper ..
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school. When he was Ifi years jld! ly adapted in time to correct the ..,
he went to Utah and Mexico. He errors of refraction, they might have I JHOICEMKAI AN() 1'( lit iHTOCX o. :M-'
Grateful Words from Girls Who
1 ; Working was co-respondent in a divorce suit, enpyed time. good sight; all their life- Patronize Home IndnmrT rnr.n; t t;

I and it was thought better that !I..' Dr. Goldstein's system of tl'tff'- | very reason yon should bug >. ." 1-
i Stock Fund from the Uonin V. ,
Have Been '"
Helped. should! !leave the for awhile. He
city returned s oil in perfect fit compensating fr
; for by 80 dolug l you encourur.: i
It) to New York a year later an.\i nature's d-ficiency, while re>>ervin' { I try. Your monty U left iu i'i-: ,

x r. "nI'AR )h: 1'1\II.Dr- r '', :ITt tll t11ulk: von\ lnl' \\h.t! yell !1..1\1' (hire for' me. I was (Ireatifnlly got employment In his father's fin.a.1 I the adjusting power of "accommo In and fostering YOU in/ turn.. are home hut mu fr, IJ'I -

tin'II, I "t.lIld: 1I\I'r lilY \\to: I G :11: d.l ." .. .u.. : \. !! .n'. LIII't t tri.iJ, I: kh"w, il JII.lk,.; rmr: ask .,nlidl' Devoe Reynolds & rn.. paints and ('01'1 dation" of the normal: ye ; the larsjnrequirement doutrlbutt to the oaDal' ur 1.U .' vi
hay been to tb- in wit. '. 1.1
!, 1+ ndll' I t''"u1d14't >!erpu'l ltd: 1111 a'Is'i.: : lit tllttls: tll Lrllia 1:. Pillkham.oo: ;I.tat lc l'1IIliJ.lIlIUI, ors.!'; HP continued! with the firm overlooked nearly of the nr entirely i which oontrlhntei.mn3anlty to your K'a ,i"

.8 I fed t lithely ditl"'I"I' 11u1S : l i: i, a m'lld; I fill 1ie''llh'IlIL' I tlo lInt i i..1 that mylrk ::i hard 1I0W, awll til IIP: went Newark as SUIIt.rillt"Il.1! of the da v.by 1 null)1. Gold-tein'opticians ':
I
; T'olllll1l'IIII your uteilitiue to other girl; who um always tired.- \11..." J.IaL'l'1UIS: !!:J3: \\ llL.Ye.., dent of the color factory of Morris. experience of sixteen years enables
y
4y r New York t'ity.a Herrman & Co. He was a member him by most improved method 'ind' ,.''''''

of the Knickerbocker: Atlter'tic Chili with the rarest !scientific uppartiiu-.
; 1 )K.\R: Mis-.. .\M- I. 'di.l r.: I'inliliunr.s; Vegetable 'CllIIji11ll111 has done So) much good for for two years resigned In 1897. wh.n to correctly test the sight, and! by a If You HaveV'A'4
4 F' KIP that I wish i t" reiiitnmriid it to all gtLISV1U work keeps thnn standing on their feet all day hi a he went to lJlXI! w York Athletic suitable" collection of I Ieu-e-' ,ir -pi ctacles '-
1
1 4 -.f:,' hot I store. The! doctor said: I could not live and I must give up work, awl stay out of doors ; he lid not club. Hi-was a inruber: of the governing to dive relief to and ,renirtti-: : :"" ";:...",
t, tk. seem to realize that :a ;girl: cannot :afford to stop workinIy;: :: back :ached, my npjietite was poor and I en the eyes for the variui! r< quirimetits '
!
s loard of the! Knickerbocker: .
fould( not .sleep ; iiieiistuuitioii was sctnity; and very ] inful. One) day when sutfcring I eommenix'd to club in prof>1 sioual or !'rIval. Ii 1. Rheumatism

: tike! 1.\'llia II.: PitiKliatnN VejretaMe (VIMJMXMKI and it heljied\ me, I soon found that my menstrual COXSCLfATION AND K.MIXATION ; -
tp K "periodsMIV. fn-e fmni paiii and tribal ; IIm\ in\: lieal'li; i i- lint, and every one H, sitrprix-d at th" ihangein \ Mol'i!! -;\ slid h- ''i.i!;I no* approve "f FliKK. =''"''''''='''"Z'<--ro.'h ,

i r -K' 1111', and I cannot l III" IIM' ;grateful: 1 fur what \ ''tt ha\e dotii-' for. Ill-fiti T\\i.T PAINT.Veifc: : Cornish'-! niamir' mi.: ..r the booths! or OFFICE HOt'RS: : Fro:') !ti i a. m t..
$ 125th; N 1'1't'\\' Turk l'ity.55000.00 forfeit oriqinalaof; allot! Iftterfirouinrj genuineness Lcnnot be produced. of Pie kvmn: 11111 He coni.Iiine.| .".! 3 p. in. Koom 27, Hotel hc.iinbri.DH. ; URIGSOL (III gust fe'l.. cenderxd
;rbo'it! the hurixui :i' barr he had :ton '
1 GOLDSTEIN: \\ I. how inorant -- l\emeoly WI. j
AVISI: : : is TilT: AV03IAXiio u\s rvrni IN I "">. but Cornish did not carry out hidirections. = the average: per-on i- of ; lIa.JJt'r ou It d05ellSe5.ago cures caused Liter.by an RHIno-x *

He malls formal complaint the lawof nature, and the )permanent .i.;no al'lol.! It peter dull. at d !In '
a' nut Cornish because hI' thought Cor- re-iultinsr tlx-p'froin tlc ln-iiitli red Ftrerrlli whil m.nk
i. j LYDIA E. PINKHA/TS/ VEGETABLE! COflPOUND. injuries ,. 11'( htamJ' for book of wnD'ierfi' .. .
I ni=h had apokrn''hsr'speetfully' abo'i' and the ofttnneod reultirrow tii-ntes Price. fl pir liotilp For
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.RYw .-- -- --- Mr. Weeks the president of the XevYork ing out I.f trill uding per-on- nf f 1'y drmtKisw. If your 'IniiodM "IUEUJ.ply
1 t1 what they already know, de-ires you It will IK' >'nt pr< PH..! u,
1k Altercation in Chamber of Deputies. Lard Oi.'ce; ::l s'ness In Hatchets.A'i. Casino To Be Rebuilt Athletic club. Molineux sani to benefit themis well as ben-t if. I'ICell"t 01 prt0. Ad>itUricsol .*
11J2 New York I :N'. >', '71110), t. ;Ill:I.--r\innmc' I'i a he p sented this matter to the author

is rvi"ort| to limn iiiKl on'urnn: nilthl11'.1'1': <<. C,>ck.an.J l Browne nal fo'm ,. i'.i/VIHK ot Mici-ty.: tie ('a- itif-fi of the Knickerbocker with 7it I, $ Chemical Co., Los AogelesCai!

_ i i tl)# lobby of Ih 'i li.mier| of d.l -|VltieKuweon \ candidates! for the district! solici.! sin.. the prii; n! Nairagansctt. !ii to no official action' was taken on ties Marslon jOirina have .010 or the

L1 a b i 1 M r>t>(dion tr.atlnhf.list I and torship. gf-UeduIed: to si>eak in joi"t! i h! .. ri! -//I't.! a. I.\'; : to TinH.ra';'1. complaint. Witness spoke to Corni-h some nice 1)ressersand L. N Brnn wi & CO" EW :

3 ,, .' s Gcrault Rirhard (sociai.-ti.! I say a dwbate at the cotirthou., had to yleW ,( A M iii:Hal,' o'' > : "'T.i-.'.< tt'summ' r directly about the matter once o- 'f-'ery ,

t Times sllal'h! : from Paris hy way of an hour to ('arri.al iOIl. Long bo- !' rf-.sidiuts mi'" t .': tli-. m l.vini: e in i Phil- twice. Wash Stands rery cheap. i Distributing Agents t

i ,i Jx>iiiloii. Th cause of tho ilispiitp fore she appeared the courthouse and alI! ia afd ".inore: nas 1 llE'-'1) Former Governor Black then announced Just the thing to go with !\ a 9'yY'4'i'a1b1.1'7

;' tT! V was a n"nsj'apr>r article by S. \I. all the parks and streets wer thronged formed tu Inn: !I.I-.. tin- propiity froma the closp of his direct exam Iron Beds. I

F Richard on the abjuration of Judaism: with a variegated! mass of human Xw Kirk cat. rcr who has owned th ination.

t it of a rorfai'n Journal at which! I" ret ity. The smart set, the churches politician proj-rty! for M-xral! ) ('ars. Und.-r I

,' 't fi'+ aony M IViiion !Is said! to IIa\'" tH'fon *, *aouE6' ei! bad representatives his ilircct.on: the prnpe'ty. which wis MOWN I'Ins: I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

I ell { present M IVdion forbade M. Ilichard anion the Kood-natured thron0) ?. partially burned i.i 1:11111.: will h9 thor We offer One Hundred Dollars reward v. .HUH__ _____, _... __ _. I TIll''''' tiny( ''.p <
f : ( to write; about him and maJe :\ such (> -' has OIatl'ly| rt-storod. to rjalsaro of 4 .
: a j' { 'I.tion been given anyone for any case of Catarrh that '
+ gf''furp( as though he were abont to :laVIJo tihly F'residoct! P.ar1s'vet cannot be cured t ty Hall's Catarrh I W. C. ROWE, M. D. I IOrtke j ('''hl'9! led 11,,f \ .': ,1

mikE M. Richard is said to have and the enthti. insT. shown on hu Fcrblds: Use of Scft Coal. Cure. : 17 4 S. 1'alafni. 'f i.eT ,'nm U, 48 i L ." '..J

( r ,y retaliatcil: bv kicking: M. rwion. 4 visit was tame as ('omp'\re>d to that I New York. Oct. 31.-:Mayor LOT F. J. CHENEY: fe Co., Toledo, 0. Hours from M to \\1:10: a. m. and 1 to .< p. n j _- t

k A ? h duel will p'o'iaMy; tollovr.Sheritf exhibited Thursday! niht.: ;Mrs. !'h'1 has !surd an order\ railing! upon 'tip'! F.We J. ChenPy the underpinned, for the la have*t 15 known years, and after o'clock I I27110X10 II I tL, .., tilt IK> .i '. I n

t tion made a goal talk and! after tb.i bna.il of health enforce, aft'r0....- and believe him perfectly honorable GC :1
ii; .' i' Defies Lynchers. aiMrcs did a land office !business in 1 the ordinance forliidm the use Oi' in all bu-ine-; transactions and

,t ,4i:: 31e !: Wynn". ArK Ot't 31.-"If !it I s ;in the sale: of hr "Iitt!" hatchets" Deputy sot coa! in this ritv. Ifp also i issued financially able to carry out any ob- TIME TABLE.

my JXIW.T to j-n-u-nt it. there wili iwno Sheriffs Jarvia and Reed paJJantlyacted a tiroc'.i.matfon =avns: that! in view; of lijjatioi.; made b}' theirfirm.

t ; lynching !in ('rn;;!> coauy as a result us clerks. Shp left here tltCuJnmha. the ini r.-ase in the !'ip'y! o' hard coa! WEST& TKTAX
w of the faswi'y: :n which tiw thr.t> S. C. On the street !'arsome and the fall in PM-e.! i j IIH" ;!s! no rpa Wholesale Uruggi-t.: i '!' .. ) O. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE KAILRO D
+ WAJ.HI'tUIXXAX: &; MAKVI.N.Wholesale IN Ev' :cr OKI KVIliKK ',
daughters of Th.-nas 1. W lTHE
Olbsnn Io..t th-; m to !Ir.trcsluced himself as her con w h) the 'rrdinanis"i'I!: ; lot b.
fat t a live>;; ,'a'ly TlUr.la! )' morui-ji." So cou.-sin from Kansas, but as he turne'ltn ..nforc.-I( 1 acsin. F..r !i'rr't;. sires Hall' !Catarrah l)ruggi-t:Cure. Toledo I i- taken O.in New Orleans and Mobile

; said Sheriff: A. Ilimxett in a i>r.fptxvh ieuve the she of ad.! rc'te tl:., :, ---- --
r I car discovered two : r uf $; ..u a ton' tern-til: ; ;acting i ; directly upon the I
ti to a ni-ib of one thoi aud, m n whisky Males Bulging from his pockets I is -: !II l ma'itan-.i; : :./ thP r"tai': ,.-.=. I blood and mucous surfaceof the No.6. 50.4. So,2. i I I So H. ,". i

"e t this morrint; The sheriff had just!' "!"hf ppportunity: Illuld not b'j I --__ I I system. I'rien 750. per bottle. Hold! I 1:15 9:4): a a II 1t:15m:221p'' 11:06 lII'J:: a p L 1.av8.av......... t''nnrola tlOlJlatltD .._. .Arrv. Sn t: C'I"1\ I". I r
returned fMriVnne after spiriting missed. She cai r away l ,:av..i: Cross, 'he negro who hadfonfesse.1 and smashed th+m on the spot !s.o"nig O"t :'i! --Ttflast sectior. i J t Hall's Family Pills! are the bet.t I I _. kt.p_ 7Y_: ) R_ _Leave 'Jew firl"III1R Leave'I ": :: xNorth.

to the triple m'trder! anJ her new found! cousin in so of the British im'jfriaJ: Pacific cable >i I ASK HIM; HU A IU'IIJ41'.c.!! : .
nesault. Five! m't.utes'! after ho role uncertain tf'1S. was laid at tt e Pijl ;slan-ii! yesterday i I -

o Into this vlllaee: the sheriff: was cale-J! i ---_--- A coi.iratilat"ry ir.ei\ tlu1ipm Leave. ... Y"ncacola ...Arrl1'11 f "
1lipm
r upon to make known the whereabouts r'artlcicater'; In Railroad Holdup. ward reached Hucklnrnan palace this Foley's Honey and Tar lIt5am jjpm: Arrive .. iCllltmf'ry..Itftve! 11t:6ant toupm: '

of Cross. He r..L.s.,1! in no 'incertam I San Antonio Tex.. Oct. ST.-IJooneKpatrict. morning bfise: the first message sent children.safe.sure.. Mo opiates, I II i:05pm:fllI am 111 a:10R>1pm 10 Arrtve.-asnvltle urlv..... till mltJltbauJ.._.t..ve Leave s'tsam: i "

terms and pmpharioj: the statement a brother of Hen Kilp.it- over tha line which bilks the British! i 2JJ a m 9It: a m I Arrive .. Lout-VillI' ... Leave 11.15 pm'
that if violence! was attempted. it rick ,,'ho1" arrAete.i in Pt. I tnii'ire tot t.'ar. ii I KMI\IJ KUKNCH hriunriK: 1O a m 11:5m a m I'I arrive .Cincinnati.. Leave. eu: ) p m I. -
1 (uis !::!') am_ __ 1:11'11.10: Arrive I"I.I.n.1I' I. av4:1' p m
'solid he a sad day for the partiri and! sent to the : -
p"ntentiary'or partlci.patlon I, ANXIOUS MOMENTS. !j Following i i' the schedule of the PENSACOLA AND RIVET JUNC1'IO:'I.
ranta. I itor the P>.eriff! !left tow n toMs tn! the Northern Ta"lCe hold.! I Some of the mot anxious hours; of 1 government steamer General French i i ii ,. _

l v join iler-iiflf-s.! a.'I t tnt '?ht it was up of II*('1 has "(.."n arrested! at Ozoua ''a mother's, life. are those when the 'I i I which TUB NEWS print for the No.21-lally No 1I-0.lly I 11o.top ...h..re tim.. not .b.n"n I tin. ::1-11111"y ,"". 'a '

yttl iI seen+': "-ed that Cross had'1 Iw-n safe.y: 8d111 be given a preliminary exam. little ones of the household have the oemfitIt the merchant who ;hip I -lI:1' pm- 1:00 a m Leave.I'mo ecolr ._Arrlv -10-:.'>11 pm- ;
fit t landed I'I'crolln. ;heir <>od= to the Carious ..... ..... .. -
{ t :'ir-hi-id! the burs of tha Para- inatlon before United States Toniirisioner There is no other medicine g army 12:15 nllI& 118":; .. lIob..oua 101"
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., posts: 1tII" 1:1 Ynl.\tla. 11I..11.
# !: uE1'I Keatlcs here the *o elective in this terribly malady I ...... to
; on charge of I; ::!:I" 1t ........icambla loan 7
-- -- having as Foley's Honey and Tar. It I is a [Leaves fpnftacola .. ._ ... 7ona. m. 12.1IS" 7:25 ------1 ulat _......._ 11)11I": '
ifeeca '
: passed Mont.. National household Leaves Itarrancas------------ T:dl a. m. I _. ..... Harp ..... ._ ; ,
favorite for JIIj" 10:21"
N. C. 4 St L.. R. R. Waral'oase Burns.Nashviilo Bank bii j \\'hlc"pr.) stolen-in tl.f throat and L."ai""PICkl'ns ..... .. ...... ..... *:Hia. m. 13: A .. l'1:211":s.. ......... ja Cltr ... _. t. 10:15" ,
I ; lung trouble. and as it contains no Leaves llarranraa .. .. .... _.__ h:t5 a. m. I ........... Hilton--. .._. '
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Tenn.let.31--s ('t'.1! Northers Pacific! hold-up in. 15yl. Leaves iVnacola ..... .... .......... .. : : 1i" -
opiates or oilier poisons it can beafely .hi:15a. m. 1J a In ..... (food ttange _.... _.... !
1 y t3 Tile Ranner from Somerville says I given. W. A. D'Alemberte Arrives Kurranca 11:10 a. m. and then 155 to : .. ..... .... Holti .._ ._ 8:1'.6" '
the :\t"h\p.: ::: {'('a !..'\riOogl; and St. HIS ("on.'I"n"", 121! S. Palafox Ht. Qrni oaken to a liarraneas.trip to fort Jlcltee and tarn rt- 2 t, .. lUll! .._MllII3 .__ 1 :!IQ" 1 I
2e1: .....-Crestview ..._ ':18.' '
!,t ( foals railroad: ar< house caught frat First Bohemian (to second (tto-t Leaves. barrancas.. ... .... .. ... 1:1p.m.! 1:00: It Ij e:9i M It .......n eer Land __ BSt 4 It
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an enrh roger' this niorrng:: anJ that ('9 D't for the life of me think! why you I Leive L-..ve Pickeni Pennacola .-. ?. ...?. 4 1:25:ani: p p., m.m. t.o 8:13"::! 11:15 0:11): "" "" _..l1tYDnlak.._ to""y lI"ad prlnil._. It" 8:1.1"i401'' ,
dE +r Ij "' 'n wor1'1 .)f prm rt"t# f"i'If\Y. wasted nil that time liaising: with CAS'.ORIA'For : L--ait" Pickvos . .6:16 p. m. tl l 944 to ........ Ar ylli. ..._ '. 1U"
I t'd lr.rlI.'.::l ?: "rl! rle: It t'.iat I Arrives H rranca. 5:.T! p, m. and n.akrs t"J': 1 :1I1 .. ....l'onCf de Leon.- 1:1'V" ,
1 ; Ct''loa. This tailor chap) ami bcatinc; him down Infants and Children. crtr to McK o and return. 11:00" 10:10 .. .\\.t1'IIIII.__ It 7:11"
.; A r3 la e.a:,ii. :a a:1.:! when you know old chap! xoti wuii't : On \VfrdnedaysaudSaturdays: II loll" 1fI .. ..._ raryville ....._ T:19 : ,
z o I goat wit' leave Barrancas 6.89 It 10:00 .. ___.Iollif"'r.,.___ 466 j "
i Pie 1'ickns
Le able( to pay him at all. | Kind You Hare I : via
----- --- I Always Bccgtt for Pensacola e 10:17" ____, Lblple, ._. 1I1" i -I
Set-ond Kobraian-Ah. th.ifs !It! I I : 6:30 p. m. 6:3) 11t11 to _..... ottondnte ._._ 1I:1r; L !" t
Foley's RonI'and Tar for cu hx have a cor.scicr.ee. I the 3aars rhoiit The General French is for army 1011) 11:2fi to to ....._..)!arlartn. .-.- l\fJI) '. '
t rl and colds ; re'iale, tried and tested. I want poorchap parpoe* only and any outsider must I 110" 11 :.5" ___C1Jr..u.._.._ 5.iII" t 1. '
Ode and ure. W. A. D'AIemberte. to lose aj little: as possible! j II .Ue ot nave a pas from the quartermaster 1W" 11:6 1" I .". _Brand Jldge_ 6:12" t: ..
Talafox Pouch. I 7it lab noon .__ I5n"&ds ___ 6:11" '
,1''i St. take I
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j ravage oi her 8U" 1tU"rrveP.lve"! ''1I1CUon _Leab 6:10" 1" .
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11902. ; I
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GEORGIA Ll: l l.ATUhE. I I TarnUhed Slh'.r.I GOLD DUST. r ; ..:: .::'t 9.Il .
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.. An enterprising housekeeper has '"1" j ,

{i...;..:j),.... ..-;-- .1-. :... ....... ,.,:;.Ioi.,.. ;:r.:!:,'t. .<....trl..... .-..'..,..,....,r..,.t. -: .'.- _. r'_' A Number of New BilJs- Introduced by I made the discovery that the appliea- "Let the GOLD DUST! twins do your wore t'1' ; I, l l.1 a ..
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.. ''-,. ';'';' ';'';':'" '' -" ':" ; .-r 1"r ',-J, '.;. Legislative Members. .
., OJ' ii- '--...,.' ,.;_J J' ,.. i ;_ :i,-..., | tioi: of the ordinary oil used in lolish-[ I Ir ,
,. )iJ. ... \; ,::. I t : '--':".".:.""'" ',..:.t';.&.. ,," Atlanta Oct. :SI.: -Messrs. Hard"man: leg )hardwoixl (loirs is most effective y t "I kf ;
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.r... ::: of Jackson atd ShacU-lford of Clarke, in cleau.Uir: tarnished slhtr.: So many I I
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I Introduced a bill in the hotisr rrovlln [ of the d. .UIII: .. mILterais used for this '- ,J .f..

for teaching the etl. t t--v ,I purpose arc iiijin.t: >iito tie Uiius ::.iiilI ; :

: branches of agriculture a: .: t t1! i-1!I! I keep one's na.ia and the skin about !> I !"
4 CHILDREN ; \ /:) !
THE
ENJOYLife meats of cirll government in :V.: r. tl'ciu in a l'OJ-tantlJ! dry, harsh eonilition -

t'. .;\. -,. .:. I public schools of the siati" D 1deI1lAn' T-r '' that any simple ;:;:. ,*tion LLv I| I i J i ;;
out of doors and out of the frames which they play and the enjoyment <,.T ''
idea
Is to make the c dwI' !,; :i t the above is most welcome. The oil ) t
which they receive and the e.iorts vrhii'.i they in.ike. comes the should be with I
K' as practical as possible and espmal'o Hpi'hcd a flannel cloth I'
greater part i.f that healthful development which i ia a.j essential to their ). '. to inform the children in the country and the article; KII a brisk rub afterward 44ozi

j happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which i is :rLYay. with another cloth. Candlesticks ..I, i
along the lines which m! be of value t
II' given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs .. ..' '.r.: to them,la after life. The bill it r I and pieces: of the silver !service with I
on which it acts, should lie such as physicians would sanction, because its t '' !' \ (I.
;: sta.tedl.l1as friends! anti sole I. beading, curves and crevices out of 'Iff j.I j. L
many
., ;t component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free front \ .)...- .. hard work will lit done In its behalf. which it is often so uitticult to remote L4 ,\ 1 I

II every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents! r" ,) is :! the pastes and powtiers, will be foundl"radil.'all j
"Elementary agriculture easilytaught" 1j
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoyt" with this I :
) easy! simple treat-
Mr. Shacke'.ford! } i
said "an:
because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle: action and its beneficial effects is- {\;:' :: there meut GOLD DUSTin j l A
ry Instances where
are z
cvi many
Syrup of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only laxative which mould '; i
::"..\ : take every particle of dust and dirt from ymrt I
be used by fathers and mothers. .; \ '.:. knowledge of some of its simplerprinciples ChumVilh the Children oors and woodwork-makes them as c'san' as I ;j.j.I f
""'...-..- would have been of the I rustle, neat as a pie Nothing so good lot washingothes ,
Syrup of Figs is the I only I remedy which I acts gently! pleasantly I and : ,;- There ate many conscientious fathers and dishes, '
naturally without griping, irritating, anti clue cleanses the .. greatest value to farmers and had they and mothers who make t '
or nauseating / __ ade only by THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY" !
I --.stem effectually without producing that constipated habit which: result ::; 1'..!,: been taught them early In life." selves and their children miserable em'l Chicago. New York Boson SL Lou.-;. j': I

1 f i "in the use of the old-time cathartics and modern! imitations, and against 'i :: Following are among the new bills: taking; youthful foibles too suriou-ly. i - Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. : I

t <1..j i \\iiich: the children should! he so carefully:! guarded. If you would have them t:1.P'- Introduced In the house: It is .in innate Kopousity of a child i II I

1 urowto manhood and womanhood btrong'ealthy\ and happy, do nt givethem (;.:./ ':. By Mr. Richardson of IloIswn---\ possessed. of the average fm> $ '
i medicines when medicines are not needed and when nature needs ":./r. resolution to authorize the governorto and spirits to make older iMiftu laugh I The Tonic 1 i iI ,

ii assistance in the way of a laxative; give them only the simple, pleasant! and ..::..( subscribe for and purchase for th" with limo, not at him but at the thuu-- par Excellence.A !I 'iI r !
.
".
l.uUe-Syrup of Fig*. ",..' use of the state "The Georgia Jus that stem amusing to his own ".'1.-. I i

I Its quality i- due not only to the excellence of the combination; of the <. .: tico.! | and the mother who has the blithe :aid : I j I II
I
laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices but .......K..r1( By Mr. Sanders of lIC'arli-To 1'1'- ready humor to elder into In- tun 'b... I:I j. I

also! to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of ,' .. '" vide for a state depository in the town comes his most fasi-iii.-iting it>:.i)<, i mHe .: ;' I I

j the little ones, do not accept any of the .substitutes winch HUM"rtiimloiis. dealers .,,.' of Hogan<;\'ile. I E the county of hurls her rebuke erne i"' mN; r.I. ,

sometimes otter to increase their profits. The genuine article may In- r y ; Troup. her correction \ithout ill fi'cline \\ ln-n I ; ; I

t I bought anywhere! of all reliable: druggies fifty cents ji-r butt.e.; Plo.ivj; :-;:_ .J.. Mr. Mayas of Ia'on-A resolution: sternness would arouse Ins 1-; ''o
: to remember, the full name of the C alt'..11}' '? to provide for committee to f-xamine ire, for he is assured that she i- l"JI\I: \ < Wins CordfaM / ;1 f ;j I
... The best f.
.. specific
; I remedy for .
\ share
to all his innocent and ,
'. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-i is printed ... .
.,...,. .. .. f.I, that her disapproval has foundation Malarial and Typhoid I 3'' !
.. no(
,
.
;. ,; .".... '.;' ..!".... the I front of every pack ... ', \ gfcpral.I3y : I Fevers !..
...' ...;..-.,....'....':...... :\ age. In order to get itsbeneficial !.,.... ''i'J". ., ::.... Mr. Mills ot Chl'rokl'l'-To provide in impatience or injustice. Colds, Influenza, d 'i !I
: '.: .J l"" l.::. +C. .
: 1', .)' ,... '. + effects it is al- .. .: ..) '.. f ; .. r
V. I. ,, I. .,\ ,; :1 ..' r".. that the rig-.tration books of th.'
; !
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; ii i. F.... :.. ; ., ,... ::: )." :.; '.',.,,; ..."_i.. -" '\ CL'UKI: HY ,
.. C.\SCJ-H: : 15LOOI It\I M
.
: ; W.M to buy .. :. state shall be i
; necessary ,,:" : 4.J' kept the of .
j ; in custody
: i' :
..
'.t'. .... -\. ". .. >,. "._ ri1'. "'. .. ..' ... _.. ;.. i t i
: ...-. '. :.":! ..:... .. th.genuineonly w...._. .: 'f.'. : ...,....S.... ..' ';...v ... .' the notaries public cf each militia di! ; + I
.
= !
.i: j. ., .. : .. .:... I of. 1
f .I ) r, : .. ,..;,.." .. .. .... I trict.I5y. All Skin and Hluutl Dist-as-i Cured .

1).J' ; : : ..:."' ..., ,1 ',\" ...-.1..J..:.. I, :Mr. Evans: of Washington-To Mr, M. L. Adams!, Fredonia, Ala., I The Beer .; ,

tN/. ? t'W'i'h: ,..' iI': J. ,I. r\....) provide that a state depository be eye took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually i 1
.
... --. ":"M:, .; tahlishM in Sundersville, In the county cured eating ofi That Mader I. ; : I
.... i : ...: an cancer I )
: : ...
,, .- ,. ... .; .,,, : ...". ... .: of Washinrton.By I! I e
.. .. ; : ; :,/ .. ". the nose and face. The sores healed I
.
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? : : '
tl.j .
r '.4'' j ; .. --: "-.f J i'.d. _. :.."..: :'.... ,. it.1"-...'..f. Mr. Aiken of Bartow-To repeal
'o(.. ,/ 1. :. ,. doctors had
,ii : ;; f "': I' : up perfectly. Many
I 't" ," 7 .. ...s"--. :: '; -..t.J.,7.;: : .! \ .,..: the act creating; the office! of special ANHH NSDFOODS.U : I
,
'. -- given her case as hopeless; ; hun-
.
J' _. .:.....,:....,,, .... -' ,,' '. \"" ':':,.. '..-. ? _'.. attorney of the Western and Atlantic up ,
,
.'.:)" .\lr .. dreds of cases of cancer, eating I :
:'. n.... ...... )". ;Y;...' ......, ...,_.. ..oJ...,.".. '.':'-''... .\... Qir _;.( ...'M'.......:. railroad.By I I18
.
.. :
.. : ... _.' '.. .. ... ,......... .. ...,.r..1" .m.. :Mr. Carrington: of ll.dlson-To sores, supperating swellings, etc., ; .
.
< ?. Wol .1'''"''"if" ," ..-.,..-. r! .\ ..::;..:.,._"...'I". ,"',':r...... have been cared by Blood Balm. i Ii

: {. .I ....;,"::,. .. ',_.. ., -. "...".'i"'MI';/ y.''' .' ..' ......"...\:.. '''-''' .; .....". from remove Athens the state agricultural college Among others, Mrs. B. M. Ouerney, VICTORIA '
"
to Comer Ga.
: : Warrior Stand Ala. Her and ;
noac I I
:: : J
)t : \-J ; By Mr. Buchanan of Dodge-A reso beef, with offensive :
.. lip were raw as
: 5 \ t t lution to pay J. F. DeLaeey solocitor discharge from the eating sore. I MADE BY ACME BREWING CO.BKSr :: j

general, salary for quarter ending. Doc- Doctors advised cutting, but it 10-CENT BOTTLE BEER I 1 +

31, 1901.Ry failed. Blood Balm healed the I IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. ; ?, i t
sores, and Mrs. Guerney i is as
Mr. Underwood of White-A resilution BROS. c
well as! ever. Botanic Blood Balm
to pay Mary S. Jarrard a pension also cures eczema, itching humors, AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED ,

.. .. i urea' or urre. I fur hoc husband at tho time of scabs and scales! bone pains, ulcers, j I
1I.j" SSnnten I
..; v' oim-ii :111,1 l inatriUin ,I r PABST r NEED( Mm I!m Powder Syrinx, Ga. Oct. 31.-Miss his death, but which has not been ollensive pimples, blood poison, carbuncles I I. I Harper Ibisiey. ,;: j .

\ of buinc'sr -, ; Kate Hays daughter of George Hays ; paid. I scrofula, ri-ings! and bumps i Main Home-401() H. Palafox street. i; I In.
mad' a probably successful attemptto I By Mr. Cook of TE'lfalr-To fstablK.i: on the skin and all blood troubles
11' \1' :m iu i.uitter: R. I
-- Druggists; ?1 largo bottle. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot
per :
: ; t
commit suicide hers Thursday I a city (ourt of MoRae in and for the ,
.1 pail of the I Simple: of Botanic Blood Balm free P. O. Box 2bl.! Pensacola, Fla. s
SPI':CL1L IMIOCKSS NOW I'SKI morning. Her father is marshal of i county of T"lfar.I and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Phones 116-268. 1 ili ;

.11 any ttumiallt : : 1 i FOU MAKING M.\ T. the wan and the girl took hs: revolver Co.: Atlanta Oa. Describe! trouble .1.

.. irrnlly: : tit and placing the muzzle to her I When a man has difficulty in findinga and special medical advice sent in DR. IINC'S---- i I

.; null a bu-i- left breast pulled the trigger, sendinga chance to propose, ho can make up sealed letter. It certainly; '' worth
!i I Ii bin mind that the doesn't while investigating such a remarkable TRY ;
.'.1 ItSo of any ball: through her body barely: missing I girl want I NEW DISCOVERY '
I, U li'-r. and ON A SCIENTIFIC BASIS I the Loart. Physicians were summoned Lini.-Chicago Uccord-llcrald. remedy, as Blood Balm cures I
I, I the most:; awful, worst and most FOR THAT COLD. 1
\\til Uo "flUiis i -- I laimedJately and after an examination deep-seated blood diseases. : I

: ; her pronounced tho wound fa | M1WV1FKHY. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I i iI

t: u.-in who ,: In This Way the Big Brewery ."*lakes I tal. It 1s supposed tie cause of the j The u idersigned takes this method Cures ConsumptionCoughs i
I (of offering her services;;! as a NOTICn. I ( .
.s h r i"i The Saute! Kind r .. 1 I flr5t-clotss licensed;; midwife, hav- Colds Bronchitis Asthma !t 'I
,
tit L. s I' inrud Your "lioiiial. I I have been authorized to take ; ;

',1 FROM FRANCE. I:i Can lug give had best 35 of years references! experience.from subscriptions for Wm. J enningeBryan' I PncumoniaJlay FcvcrPleu. i i t ;

--- I i leading physicians of this city paper, "The Commoner.The risy LaGrippc Iloarsenees .. I ;
Paris pays nearly one-quarter of all price is $1.00 in ad- .
per
t I ru.'L..4. lhrrnrI The following extracts are clipped the direct taxes levied in France. II MRS. M. GIDDEXS, vance. Those desiring year the Sore Throat Croup and I'
I' paper ,
'hi. an In- jltf 111 !South DeVilliers: .
,' :crack: in from the Milwaukee Free Press: In 11)03 the 1:111'.1 l tower becomes the can have it sent to them by sending Whoopi Cough.NO I'I I i iI
a
I Now, of course everybody( knows property of the city of Paris and will 1-.------ tl.OO to the undersigned.
"" 1\ I \I! one of how beer i is Blade Beer is the liquid H. M. Rot-iiE, I CURE. NO PAY. t I :
then be used for its weather bureau.
:: .1.\ .1..illll.\. I resulting from brewing milt with Care Daily News, i Pric1 SOc and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. 1! t I'I '
Paris council has ..
I 1',1 on the mir- the right proportion of water and The municipal --

.....t, the crack.UllltO 1 J adding Mime hop* thereto for llivor. passed a resolution urging the french CurseDRINK Foley's Kidney Curs I ,
to abolish capital punishment kPARKER'S_ j
r 'I ''ll'lllrcllcctid It's just like cooking breakfast food. i iiou-rnment :
( -
in You pour on the water, add a little I makes: Jnsys and bI J:: rht.C'41CILESTER'S I ...., Clean.HAIR.. mad braatitics BALSAM the htlftIMI ,

s eliurining. !; salt and then you boil it for fifteen Paris, according to the blest census ori I ,I -_ '- MI Fail a taiunuil to Restore po th.Nrvcr Ormj. ; ..

,I i minute; and jour meal H ready. elfcourse returns, has a population of 2.1550.000 .. hair...to. us. Youthful... Color..
.0 bUl.tioll; I if have breakfastI ENGLISHENNYROYAL Spi Cunri .p il k bur .t."""& f. ,
I you poor persons' ofhoui our l.'oO.OOO) are I I 'Il i..ndb'.tIt time ; taI I I ,
I food you will have a poor meal ; ana PILLS -- -- 1

--- -- I salsoifyou have poor malt you either foreigners or provincials.The ,J rr. :.Orl, :.:.loul......,..,..|.tlnly I .. \6ranlnr..AII. _...irrrn. I 1- ; :
"+ ""hIII.. will have poor beer and vice versa. French government has decided I t .' r' ('t11tIIitil''" i.\IiLl'U CHOICESTOF .
to install in the Pantheon, Paris, the '" 1t:1I t l.nlj =.,.>. IM ......
i >r a Louse the I
'U !if re Malt is 'lade -'t, n' T.t ua..lb... Ii r... I
.t il! of \\hicb the! famous pendulum by which Fouchauld I 1b ..-.... .h1 h.e .rroe..uh.tttut.na.aadit., r . .. .... I Ii Iif
ll.n. C '
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r :
I f ;; .t
tld be COIIMlllTftl. The fist thing a visitor has to see In 1S57 demonstrated the rotation of i' KKu in I .i' ". ., l'.riil..'.. 1.,1,1..1. '
,,
;, 11' (1 till the winitn when calling at the Pab-t Jrewillcomp.ll1r the earth._ _ __ ___ ;' P -..," "ix"5 !:,'.,"II-.'I.ooe Srrl.d., ,.,.'".'. .. .-"n. lb. f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY f t ; \ i :;
the where RIBBON REMEDY. .
t loilith the i* building tllt'l) The W'omt t'liriu. i, WHITE :I' a, 4l..I..>1)1."H.r.ur"-r.I'hDM.1'1111.\' H.is .

new malt a distinctively mud I ...'. .. ( I
\ suitable cure ynt.N V r. ( rn /.r .p! 'I I" ; '/ I
product, is made. Heretofore the I Multitude are sinjini; the praisesof ,,, .., -AT- : '
F
is i little of bfa\j /'r I'n, or "J/" '"" ""/1(1"1/1. / it I.
variation malt has CURE YOURSELF r
in production J& &
I Kodol, the new discovery which & h
i II nd buttuin mi been #great that unless a brewer! Wbito Ribbon n.'tn"dywill CUrt'or d"Hroyth. > --i 'rrnr7 Ka Vff Kati fur unnaturaiin C. APOSTLE'S !
j! is making so many: sick people well .. iliirHvcl appetite fr alcoholic itlmti1 I IHbd..1. @ disrhan'-elrduun.al.our. :
I 1:1: I \j' \lacu is nut was extremely painstaking: : and not
1 Imits. whetlier the U confirmedInebriate irritAtt &8 br ui.ratluni
i patient a
OD¬wd u
i. \be lined \itli mindful of expense he seldom made j I aud'we: people strong by digesting a "tippler." .cicml dnnkir or j not to mctwc fcfiuuoomt, and A., U 1 East( Government St. !i ; tl
ashes ,
the ,auie kind of beer from one end.! what they eat, by cleansing: and drunkard Inipo-ilileforanynuf tu have an .. [THEEVA.SCHEYGLCS.Tnmu'onucM. grnturpyldunuuirslNcNNAllo laiDli-e ent t t .i ,

of the year to the other. ( sWt'tE'nintill'[ ; stomach and by app..IIfor\\ hitr Kibbon alcoholic Ktniedy.Ind'irsril .1I'luor. after using sold by IruggW Formerly Cordon RestaurantHtan4 u 1

This problem of getting the "new !, transforming their food into the l>y :Members of W. C T I' I e.&A or rent ia ptatawrarpor. One carload of Pineapples at f 1.75to J
.
'- <1< lethc. hr I
malt" has been under con :It n. More, crHs> >upprintfntli of Wonittn'i exprrn., rrrpitd tot dozen. )
$2.00
. iiidress: that kind of pure, rich red blood that V {, Jffl II CO. < r 3 buttie.,12.75. per f ;
. c sacs rhristliin TrmpcrauctI'nlon >-n-
H
by the Pabc company for h.I I make you feel[ good all over. Mrs.Cranlill.ofTroy tore 'ahtornia.. writes: "1 bare tinted a V Circular sent ou redueet I t t I
out dollies! > ;
g
pn pin I years pa-t. Every expert was gi\ : I. '1'., write: Fora \\lutf Ribbon Kenifdy on very obstlnatidruiikftrds I '; I i
l' a< having the the opportunity of ,. ;: and the cures ha1..0 inan>. s t ,
number of I troubled ; JI
s I .ud: the clothes put ideas as to what he thou jht would be with indigestion years and was dyspepsia In rainy. I cages cheerfully the KenwdT recommend was given and Indorse ncretly. "-- I wICIP1uffibe < I BStCO.A I ) I ij!I ;
; I
iiii-cd from the wisest and best plan for obtaining -
waterpi which grew into the worst form. Wblt Kibboi. Ui'inedy. Members of I II
i '[ rature. l'lulhl's1.lter a malt such as is now the exclusive Finally I was induced to useodo: our 1'iil'm ftri-rtfllgbtfd to rind an economical ; !
: \ and put Into product of the Pabst com and after using four bottles I am en work treatment" to aid Us la our temper.mince i

r .. I l'auy.o suggestions; were adopted cured. I recommend i iKodol Gas at Steam fitter : ii 1
.11 r- apt to morse tirely heartily I]I Druggists by mall II. Trial package :
however, until after the fire if I
to all suffers from indigestionand i I i
t ; Mir eolor. | free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend ""forI
June, MX! ), when the various members -
Take dose after :
f dys-pppm.! a I secretary of a Woman's ChristI I ,
of the firm met day after day to :I years No. t South P alafox 8tr T II
meals. It digests what you eat. 1 I ian Temperance Union), 218 TremontSt. et. ; j
I r I i ,
I. "h .. round out the scientific findings concerning ;
1'Ill'rl1.
n. Hargis Pharmacy, John Shepard, ., Boston Mass. *\old In l-ensacola by All Kinds oi Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand ; ,
t, .. :"ieut of eiderdown malt: production which had +i I I j
: j
Kahn. 1 jl
Sidney jI
Hannah Bros., IIS. Palafox St. 7KLEFHONE: : >tl5 "lKNHAfXlA" f 1 *
been gathered from all of the '
parts i '
f :'i-. make a suds ofnil -- -- --- -- -- I i *
world. I !:"ttf'f'. 1-- # I'I'S
The Xornery
the best --- -
laundrygarment .
it it it it it it it it it :
and wash Have In your nursery advises an exchange DAYS- I ''I ;
In order beer SPECIAL SALE : 7
FOR
I ,'" not rub soap on it, good malt is to absoiutely produce good one of the double willow settee i AT
t : e.senti.&I.1
rockers. Nothing will give the children -
i
it tu shrink hi

"> '. 'i I dues not fade spots.acd The the "new method-malt,employed" concerning to ;produce which I and the mother mere comfort. I F. E. BRAWNER'S i:1I : L

f it 'i.lshDg.f European brewers are already inquiring have spent many happy hours in one I t ,

f -- are far in advance of everything of these comfortable seats the baby on ,.

,t. hnIng "'aT. that has ever been used be my lap two other children tucked In THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. 1 j
the older child standing I i;
with
( '." -I will have to get fore.And at the side! iI j
"uo only temporarily every barrel of "Pabst" i..1 : on the rockor, her head pillowed on A

i.r
II "-'I( tree dollars more is generally" styled "Pabst, New or improved a !story all of us rock- Day Skirts, worth H.W, special sale cults, all wool, worth H, special sale Hair Undpr=hirts, worth $l.W. special 1 I
I Malt Beer, and: I is a revelation in ing happily together. Nothing now J8c each. $t SIS suit. ?! ; drawers to match, in White, }
, 'r/: /' \\ but do you want the art of brewing. It is absolutelypure seems more eloquent of happy days :i Ii9 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear RainyRemember we carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors. ?t ;

and superior to anything oiler- by than that marred and worn Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants, from 3 to 1Ij age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk j .; i i
: "MIl-i Lave found out ed in the market. gone worth $4 special sale 2.B each. prices to suit everybody. ShirU and Drawers worth $3 i -
;: gpecla '
still stands In
; i'' the KnelU'M: little S. A. FRIEDMAN, old settee rocker which I'. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our Hhow Window for to close $1.20 each. i. t; l

; [ .vi .1 ever bate: at a coat Wholesale and Retail Agent. the dismantled: nursery used now since Worsted Skirts, worth ?1.50, special prices on Ladies' Underwear.: 25 doz. Hoy's! and Girls' Ribbed 1 .1 i fi ;

: Mil! take me several the children have grown up for a sew- sale 9?c each. We carry a swell line of Ladies' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at i 3 t

.1 \. v\' York Weekly. IDC! room. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured ; Flannel and Bilk; Waists at prices so 2c; drawers to match. i! ;

\\ontrn. Skirts, worth $2 CO to $i3, special everybody can wear one. 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and 11 '
j
\ 'Ilhl''orlllln& ''If you want to set on with women;' Forty Years' Torture. sale $1.98 to H.93 each.ReadytoWear 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at 60c ; I

"k! a 1'o.Itton. says Max U'I:cll. "ne\ T criticise them To be relieved from torturing disease I i Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; drawers! to match. ': j *
literary: woman $1.4S to $3 each. You will save drawers! to match. We carry a full line of Ladies'. t J.I J. (
and over them nd'lce.nd
peter after forty years' torture might I money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes 1 i
'1 ticnrlisL Her Ideas never forget; that ths; is a rule that well cause the gratitude of any one. buying. worth &Jc, special 35c ; that we can save you 25c on. ;

mi as depleted In her works only one way. That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel I 24 Boys'! Overcoats, heavy at S1.50 drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line '

"nough to make any Salve did for C. Haney. Geneva O. ,, to So; worth nearly double 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 60c on '
Uu.Uand ;ire up in de- What a strti'le; a sick man inhko 49 Boys' Double-Breasted piece worth $1, special 73c; ; drawers dollar. We will close them out at !

t ,. i ogle to look for work for life considering; tli.it tlnro: i.< !ttle: He says : "DeWitt's Witch Hazel suit, worth 81.50, special 9Sc sun.! to match. I just In price off other merchants.

i ft "-W.tshi!:gton Star. n it but tt'hipiugs-.ltrblson: ; i <(<;lulJe.tJ Salve cured me of piles after I had

suffered forty years.! Cures cuts, Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place : -

burns, wounds, skin diseases.! Beware t

1(, 'y and Tar always of counterfeits. Hargis' Phar- :
t"r"t.,4 i
< F. E. BRKiAlNDR'S
: and heals the lungs. John Sheppard. Sidney Kabn.
macy
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n 'IT"V.. .\. D'Alem- : : I ( r.
s /I'.tlafex St. J" (' ':" : ; l05 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. gfc ;

. :oJ .. ..z.. ASK HIM FOR A HUDGINS' 5c. I ____

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THE DAILY f4EWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1,1902 ,



OCTOBER EXPORTSTO Hair -I UNPARALLED- RECORD

e FOUR GOOD Vigor


- li 4' -- .
60. Restore color to your 0

mitered at the Post Office at Pensacola Co..
_n... lecond-clasg matter. SPEECHES gray hair.Why not? Lowe r.e Uui.

the month of October just
OFFICE :-Ht, Building 211J4 south: I 0.
f AUtoi: ttreet up-stairs._ ended there entered this port, en- &

gaged to foreign trade, 27 steam- TELEGRAPiHC BREVITIES. a

THE HEWS PUBLISHING CO. WERE HEARD AT ARMORY HALL ;: ships of a total tonnage of 3.3'i8 and THE WEATHER

8 sail vessels of a total tonnage of I Near: Aabury. Park N. J., fire has I II I During August EVkU .M I:'; .:
Terms: Invariably in Advance. LAST NIGHT BY VOTERS.Four TlsitM the famous: "Ross Stenton" the death claims: paid I. .
'- pat Year by Mall........ ....... ..._...............$) 00 I 7520. There cleared during the I in f: i -;
BUt Months .. .. ......-. ...?.....250: month for foreign ports, 34 steam TODAYLocal fan, destroying the nail building. States and Canada by tK (F ,. ''
Charles J. Ross; the owns the ble Life Assurance
actor ,
9 Payable Monday 10 !Sitl: -:-v 'w .
Oat Week by Carrier. ships of a total: tonnage of 1)>,]07 and
t ;good: speeches were heard at )rop 7 sail vessels of a total tonnage of .
Furnished Application
} Advertising Rates on of many theatrical people.At .
the by a comparativelysmall proof.
armory
f 6500.. Korecast-I'ftrtly cloudy to night Chicago the arbitration board

number of voters last night. Exports to foreign ports were val- fresh northeast winds. +I Ami rtiiriii ; in ;
I and Sunday; hearing the controversy between the I } nionti II, ''I! f1i

UNION- LABS=LJPE5SAOOLA The speakers were Hons. 8. R. Mallory I'ued at 11,176,900! and were distributedas rubber workers and Morgan A Wrighthas I scar Iia.;}EUici; >ri'<'mt.i.g i. 1 I.. ," ,

Wm. B. Lamar Jas. E. Broome follows: Temperature in Last 24 Hours: made a decision granting the strikers below 08%.

rCArN'j Liverpool........ ..... ...... ........ ._ ..._...1 4Cl, li Maximum..... ..__................ .......... 77 degrees all their demands. The firm will
and 8. M. Loftin. The first three : Minimum .................. -........_......... 5Hdegrees, This excels; the .
.. -\.Il'j. -
j Genoa ................ ..... .......... ...___ I .O' I ralnstata all the discharged men. I : .

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NOV 1, 1902 speakers lashed trusts, republicanism Antwerp .__ ..._.... 123,7111? At Joplln the rosperlty mine I great record. It han,.v' r
Hamburg._.._....._......._ .........._..... \ji,3. Temperature Elsewhere : ) cave- been approached : ,
y and republican methods and ad- I Tampico ..... ........_ ....... .........._._...._ 4 .il:1 1 Max Min. in is assuming big proportions. In byjanj n .

IT seems that the Morgan tube vised how to eventually triumphover Venice._...................................-._ 34,1*!. Atlanta .... ...... ._......._.._.._7i 5(1 addition! to seven; shafts on the Eleventh pany.

scheme is not tu-be. Greenock.._.................. ................_.... 26SKJ Bismarck...... .....................-.1\1I *5"O\ Hour tract that were utterly destroyed "Strongest in the \\ "rhl

4 t : railway the evils. Delfyzl_.. .. ...... ..... .. ........ ...._..._.... 25.250 Cincinnati Chicago..55..........._.__.M! 92! Homestead and Cleveland .
DOWIE, the divine healer, heeled Mr. Loftin touched upon the dangers Buenos Ayres ............... ............... _.... :?!.7:tI Oalve ton__. ...... ... .....__.74 i- mines have caved In. The mined THE EQUITABLE LIKF: AS: .,
Alexandria ..... ......... _...._. ......._..... Si1: *) Huron ... .......... _. M w all! and have I ANCE l S lClET1 '
: himself while he healed his patient imminent from a return of "car- ... ..... .... Jacksonanle........___ ... .. .0 M !nl'S'I'ere: producers
Dordrecht .. .... ..... 22.21
Kansas City_,..... ...............W E half mlIion! dollars! in divi OF THE :fMTHi1: .
_' I M. pet-bagism" in this state and called West Hartlepool...._............. ........... 1\/,131/ Key West ..... ........_......._......7S 7.' paid a i \
t, i PENSACOLA as a summer resort Tort Natal.... ...__......_........ ..._ .. M-1' Memphis ,n. ..... ..... .... ......_70 S" dends. S
..... ........._.......... ........ .t! 51
can only be excelled by Pensacola attention to dangers attaching there Dlpppe ale.......... -.... ....... ...... ...-..... 12,523 I Mobile Montgomery............. ......... 7J 41New At Bostcm Juda LewelljB, in the

as a winter resort. from in case of its return. Calais ...m.. ........_........_....._......... 11'WO I Orleans..............._..__. 71 5* aired States circuit court bas appoint- OOWLES BUGS.,

I'.arcelona: ..... ........?.......... ........_...... \,$% Sew York.-. Ml 4-! ei 'A'jitern-.aa A. Taft and Benjamin
....._._ ..._....._ 7il 82bt. .
TIlE Record reports that fishing is Upon a raised rostrum in the west Alicanti. .. .... ..... ............_......._.._ 8.ibti; savannah. Louis ...................... ....... 7J 5- F. I amb, 'bo'h of Bitten, receivers o* Gf'neralI' ,

good over in Bt.: Augustine. They end of the hall were seated Chair- Cherbourg ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... .... 1."-"I the Bsftort Lumber company, of New I 309 S. Palafox St.. l'r\: \ ,

Bremen................_......... ..-... .........- :W12N -
should drop a line to Orover. man John B. Jones, Mayor C. M. tWC3stlG.. ..... ...........................*........ :J.Ali GERMAN GLEANINGS. 55 York, and investd in then authority I ---

Jones !Ktnator Mallory lion. Ja. Rotterdam._ ..... ....?...... ..... .._ ... ...... -,l'>o to hold and control! ail of its property I I
A is adjudged bankrupt Louts of the imperial l
BREWERY Two torpedo : "
Atl Wise meeting of tie
striking
.... .... .. 1&* I : Save Money
t in Montgomery. Has there been E. Broome, Gen. Win. R. Lamar and i green: :.._:':.:::'...::.'_:::.::::..:::'::=::: 1.4JS: I German: navy will always be stationedin Michigan Agricultural! college! students ; I U o-.I ,

+ .f such a falling olf in the population, Representatives Loftin and Clopton.The Belize .. ...... ..........._..._..-.......... IftV( future i>u the Ukiuv.German I proposition! prM)ntrd by the faculty : -

as this implies"s Aarhus ... ... ._.... ._.._...... .. U10 I )'s receipts: in the government to *r.d the striW was arco-pt.1: i and lure at Marsfo,. '
--- -- -- speaking began at 7:35 o'clock td\' and stews! last I I
has I Total........._... ..._.__.................__IU78JWU 'l'nl'u \postal,, the students will! go ba-'k tn their : Great Fimi.i; ;uriiim.
j h THE University of Chicago and Senator Mallory was the first to year ( Xt''l''dod the e\fvi. es by nearly I ttudies. The proposition was in the
{ The items of export were:
added 50,000 !bags to its collection. address his constituents. ........___. $W.UOO It. I i ature of a t'Umprtm:5 .
A I Timber and lumber, s It. 26,191,000 ..... .. ., .
,llyr Must have had u general housecleaning Mr. Mallory'3 remarks Oak staves....... .. .... ..... ... ... .. WM10 Berlin .':;; rvts its fire brigade toll'r'j\ .r.---- -- .a

d' ri 'y up there. were pre- ; oak lumber, s tt. ..... ..._ .... .. .. 3U.UUU( fiu.i; ;l v.Ir.eiv: : cf duties. lieD I Cut this out and take it to any

t faced with reminding all voters to i Cottonwood lumber. s ft........ .. .. 30UUU were riTt-.1:..' ailed out to hive several drugstore or ciedieinn dealer and I STEAMER LINE S ,: -

BfSY people who are seeking comfort realize the importance of a large Poplar lumber s it ..... .. .. ........ ..... 25.UUU swarms of bees winch had escaped set: a free sample of Ch mberlain'?

'I; and pleasure, and a del1htfullplace ; i if I Oars ........ ... .................. .. .. .:!.OOO f"'.*n tbrr: owaers. Stomach and Liver Tablets the best '

to spend a few weeks vacation I Iz vote on next Tuesday and called I Ash logs ...... ... ....................., .... ... 151 t Inv! thirty conversations a dJarl phyic. They cleanse and invigorate -: ";Wf'f'1I Pf'"I'at'c.la III : '

f Ii .... ... .. ......... the str.uinfh, improve the I ,
all to make a to the ballot! I Cotton: square bales. !IUII! the diltmce'teie appe- funs Daily I. ac I ;
Pensa f upon trip crn.-tl! ; oil on long -
{, f tills: winter should come to : I I Cotton round bales ................ ..... HV-ie tite and regulate the bowels. Regular '
cola. I box. Reverting to Mr. Lamar, he Phosphate rock, tons ....m... to.UM ptiiO o ('Htm'tin farts with Jl'rlin'l size 25c; per box. "CITY OF T.V.j;: "

4't J I said he regarded the Rosin bbls ...... ...... ................. ... 1..,:1ll (;10 lUrlin-Fraukfort: line -- - ------
t ( the Tuesday and show new congressman i 471 iln.ly! ; cotiuTMitimis.A C\u1"t of nng-n'er's: Murder. I ..r Mii-un .. f.$1 lam L\ '
Oo to polls
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Turpentine bbls ...... .. ..... __ 425! l'if '. \
ir ': >I>:014. :$'liIII \r
the grow ing strength of the Dtmo.1 as a gentleman, lawyer and Leaf tobacco, hhds ........ .. .. .. Ta frIlUt'lIt of a ralenilar.! the ccrIkst I X-vr York. O.-t Cl.--Details: have I ,
Fare.We; Round i
.. .. .. ...... .. hf c-r rvKH! In re of the murder of :
; ii cratic party by giving: the nominees I conscientious man, and one for C !" meal sks no 3Sue pioet of (;utk'nljt>rRs printing ,I .
} I C S oil, bbls .._. .... .... .. 1XU Hut: i an be proved hIS I.been discovered I Oriiar r. i .:a, the American. miningengi -- -
the biggest majorities ever polled in ; whom he had the most unqualified Flour.lJl.b. .. ... .. ..... 71k' ut WiesbaIeu. The tll'troDomical'' : <*,'r, af Oaiaeos. soar Chos- fa. !

? } this state. i .. .... .... .. .... .. '. I :
m '
------ esteem. He took up matters of na Coal toils ->i> calculations show that it was intendedfor la!. .1D-utin"n territory. He \\a.s13' JEWELER IN HIS
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a t the first our months of the yearills. !tn! r the 'iorre! of an Italian merchant, ,
>* No, Oeorgie, the Columbian rev tional legislation, in the control of
A BAD LIVER CURED.A '
Ha\Rdor! Trjta gays a Herald its
olution is nut ended. As soon as HEW STARE G GI
? which was the opposite party, and bad: liver is the cause of most of The authorities of the Prussian town pteb farm B'lenos Ayres. Two of tho'I
.h Uribe-Lrfbe hears he has been defeated I
: the ills with which the human !boJy
? showed clear I latter rifks also njisrderfi!
by explanation and I of Hetls erg have adopted an original s were
7 !'.b' he will proceed to fight it all sutlers. The be't way to overcome ,
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of the question of room Knar! Trot a was being! pcrswuted ny
treating !
facts the evils which for way have
moved :
some years I this uncomfortable condition is to myv j\ > \
; i' ; over again. j which ali rights. In ease of a fire alarm every the authorities of Guanacos, and ha ll'O! South Palafox f.p.i. '
have a liver remedy upon
to come may be expected should the independent woman i is called UIH>H hal PtartP.1 for this c'ty. DiTiB hk I Bass k
THE trolley car can knock out the i I you can depend. HEI'ATICURAis : I < pied by Co., a'd 1
present power hold sway. The ship the thing which will !rIve you a to appear at the station and be readyto absen'e his; house was attacked Mr better prepared: than igreatbirffaiusindmnin'\ r '
the automobile demolish I
president, can -
subsidy bill and trust methods : great! deal of pleasure from its use assist I Hall bad bin a resident of Argentina : !, i-! "
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a the trolley, but as yet the I generally and speedily restore you to health I The latent statistics prove' that the i far many years. lie was marriod to jewelry, etc. Call and! -" ,
f'< came in for a of the I McNair of Pensicola.Fla. l let me convince .
mighty hand of the law can portion Mr. Jas. 1. you.JLsflIl
twin habit! is not as popular In Germany the daughter of Colonel Oatr08! (I, i ',
1 have had some trouble : ; -
; t track either. fide-I speech. I ? says : as generally supposed. Among) : president of the AryettinaBolivian i
-f !
liver for about and
.t.f -- with my a year I _...
) : t"e,0Na1u11o< ) births in Berlin during coniiniaaiun. -- -
General Lamar addressed : boundary
& ,:t,4 ; THAI iiiovtment to include the the asemblage a half. I have tried a good many
I I kindi of intuuiue, also physiciantreatuieiit tie last sepntyneirs there were I t
Sri t ,
study of scientific agriculture in the I as a man who, on this but luund t
'1t q4, j ; free schools of Florida should meet visit, felt a modest personal interestin 1 I took toukHEPAilCLJlA. !bottle i tuurlets. I Very fw could bHlievc in looking tltiemoothaeir.9tsatutiln: m'. VII" I

r with general approval especially in (has so much improved me that I I at A. T. Koadlf, ;i healthy, robust, ''
I this visit. He spoke as the Lew Big Damage Suit"Filed.. 'I
i blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that f'lr'
j
have gained seven; pounds in weight
v districts. Ours
; country is an agricultural ; I I congressman, and, after going;\ aged! in three weeks ily appetite is good r-'f1h (;a.. Oet 31.: -CharlM C. j! ten years he antlered such torture EVERYBODY LOOKS

state and the majority of i ai.d that bad taste: 1 had ia my Soars '.!lid nit in the superior court |r from Rheumatism a-; few could 'sn-

,''i the state's students come from the I matters of national interest, promised mouth is all goue. Sold by all drug- : Thrr.: :
8r j farm. j that he would, in the hall,; of the : gists. I II cold & Am,':,! anaV.. H. Ilulcy.f I change; followed hi} taking Electric
II I llittei"Two bottle curedme
F -- -- I national house, exert himself in I Il'emacola's I Atlanta, to re'uvpr ?:20.flfH: {> damFPs j whiilly '
if EIUTOK JOHNSON of the lie writc:", "and I have not felt Here it is. Call or! -
We will launder spreads for I against\ the Southern Railway company !1 "
your twit' !
in
\palaChi-1 behalf. Many good I a )!e over a year. Theyrei'ul.ite
cola Tunes, the brightest; ; 15 cents each and make tnea looa for: thrrn..- of his arm. The p"ti i the Kidneys: purify the Jreary. They are dun .; t

t' 4 writer in the state, has signified things were held out to the people cf i like uw star Lau ury.MATTER ..' r. a'E'fes!' tli:!.' on fay :23, last I-.I I blood and cure Rhtumati-m, XPUral work that can be turned "',: ,

s Ili'' 1 : intention of coining{ to 1'eusacola this city, and he did not forget to I Soar.-. b'.srded the rompaay's train at ,, ": i.i. Nirvouitx'iinprov*- dipr;- prepared to- do ai.y kill

1 I 4s a K-iff.a; ; for Atlar/a Just the : :1i'l : lion Iud ivi perfect 41 211,1. Try: They on India rulib ,
r gala week-Come along, Mr. John : : as ? put r t ;
I pledge himself to work m the inter- NOW '. .
f tin m. Only &l ientit \\ A.
flt! t son turn you loo-e, you haven't any est of labor at i was leaving the Bta'on: he tmderto.klto ;t IVAIt,mb-rte's drug.tre lil: S, Pal '! bet on the market, "nI!JI') ,: '

4 t, money, but a good excuse to-see every opportunity.ExSemiator I pass from the smoking car to ttr" afoxtreet. ::101 they have a full lint lOr '

Z Peusacola. :; Broome urged a big; WITH DEPARTMENT frs'-'a--q' ear and while! on the platform -: tires -lock. _

+ i -- vote on next Tuesday and j I fell over a ;'ool which the roni !] Does your buggy nerd tip|tini!,'
eloquently --- Iiarl allowed to remain between 11-4? They can make (j" :i- '
THE NtAvs chronicles with pleasure 1 1I pany
i I showed how important such was Carolina Portland Their prices;;, too, ale ff"-IIUahl'
I tae two mphps: on the platfo-ri. Howas
the iuiproveuieuts !being made
local weather
Dr. Uunnemeyer, they have ample capital[ t i i-in :
on Palafox street. The sound of the to the democratic party. He also I I, thron dean the steps i and rolled II a firt-clas carriage 111111<111,.... ; ::
I observer, :said 1 last night that he had
urged that all differences ; I over ard hs! arm was rut off I repairing businci1): t I Icall
? artisan's. hammer is dulcet music to I personal: II Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM ,1 1
1 I' taken up the matter of having }>tU- T'eglijfpm-c;!: is charged; against the I j on them.
;J' c k the ear of one who l loves his home fornicated by the recent primary; be I
rom;aiy in l''avitig! the stool on the II I Scales repaired.
I 1 sacola on the weather !.
.. It thrills the soul and placed map I '
I city. quickens -
r : relegated into. iusiguifictnce and all platform In the darkness. ALA. l t'1'1T1.: t\: ( .
the pulses! as does the strains of work as democratic and sent in the daily chart, but that 13; East: G'tr '!
t patnots to wrestfrom
i
**fe& ty the 8\H'HE-.t tlIu-ic. I the only thins he knew of the desires -I I Phone 57. <
& _. -- -- -- republicanism control of the I A Yi..lf'iittlal k .;Crimp Curf
?' ) # ; &i THE work undertaken br the industrial !government. As long;; as the other of the citizens was what "Lat winter an it.f tot child ofj j Stocks: of all Ili;:h-Grade. American I

# and immigration bureaus of party continued iu power, he intimated he had read in the new ra- !: mine had eronp in a violent form." i! Porthnd: Cement" "Oermauia," I FINE STATIOHERK.
,1 the trusts would control and Elder John \V. H-nrprs. aClint- Ufrmanaturn, German Port-i
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'1" ; ? the southern railroad to furni..ii information combinations of pers. The extent of his correspondence ; I says ian Evangelist, ef Fully Mo. "I land Cement, Kings N Y. Calcined j
would
: !pro-pective settlers: has i capital continue Pla-ter Hojpiidiile: Cement, kept at1:
with the department: was rive: hH a few doses of Chamberlain's 1
to scare the life out of I Norfolk Portsmouth C. V. Thompson, N
compe- Charleston: :,
--4 T grown to such proportions;; that it is bush;: Remedy and in a short ,
} Y now impossible f
s< .i ,, finals to glprlltupt .mention or do I best speakers: heard in this place re- ; in reference to the matter. child recovered.'' Thi remedy n'Jt'onl Mobil"also; make New =Orleans lipments, direct Galveton.We from. I' new supply of Ln, i I. I
I
; s iiiand- made cently. The observer said one reason cures croup, but when given i Mills wherever we g..t : Papers white, blue .1 I ".
justice to toe HI;tny d* why the first I cheapest
a"" -oon as ,
: ymptoin appear!
I ft. M. Loftiu! E-q.: made characteristic 'I "
a freight rate. Sole selling agents for Envelopes to match o\r
them.MISS. will the attack. It contains
I this the prevent
p upon place was not on was
) t C speech, touching alternatelyupon map I io opium IT other hainfalubfance "Alabama" and ":;outh/.rn Cross | also Foreign Mail Tab,!' ;- +.
merits of candidates because other stations in the same and be 10 Brand," Portland Cement Mu ",,-1
confidently
,
already may iIVPI1t': slopes to match I-, I

IV. < REDDIGK selected and giving a concise reviewof circuit were Used, and gave the department ,i baby ato. an adult. Forale !by his mud Hydraulic near HlfnJiihun.N'utural Cement Penholders, liia! ikbo.d.! : .
? 'all din;;:i,Uand irrdicine! dealer-. ,
< many things connected with state : all information at present etc., always on I hilid.::

ail"irs generally. He this U'I\ HIM FOK .\ Hl'WiINS': .".c, i Correspondence Solicited.! Phone*4.
necessary. thought place '
ENTERTAINS Chairman Jones! extended to alll'reset.t I -
would be ordered on the daily report -
an invitation to attend the
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C.r >; TOn.XL'eeanth
--- 'peaking: and barbecue at Bluff I if committees would work a little .Swansdown Flour. t i I ,
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springtutuy and the meeting I f:ir it. . 6gaI.'a: d"H .
'' Lit Mi15- lie Rl' llit'k
night ( entertained .
; 'iM !h clo-eJ.j i 3tarlllll, But True. rJ l-eddw"!
:- i a number of friend at her j y I HAS NO EQUAL TAKE NO OTHER.Fleishmann's --
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II "If evpry one knew what a grand .
home in Millview aud anujoyable
i Scrofula I I medicine Dr. Kiup's Nw Life Pill, Yeast and Swansdown Flour willi All kinds of chair I". -
t time was hid. A 1 irge wagon filled i j 1 i->," writeI). H. Tuin-r, D.mr"t'Y-- I

with people, left last evening town Pa., "vuu'd"ll all you havein make the best bread that be rocking chairs at .AJlr t Jr.
I I can
young It i fa; commonly iuheriifd.Tew a day. Two weeks' use ha made produced. $ Quina's. Prices are ''<":;

{ and attended the party, returning arc entirely free from it. I a new man tf me." Infallible for
iWE ARE AGENTS -3 tew.
i eon-tipation, tomach and liver ? FOR OTtf.-
3 1 early this morning and all reporting Palo, weak, puny children are I troubles. 5c at \V. A. D'AImberte'drug ,; -

a good time. In thi party were afflicted with it in nine! ca-os out often store, 121 r>. Palafox strei t. OUR :FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE I

Misses Ct'olaud Stella: Howard: I and many adults suffer from it. Hotel Camden
HAS NO EiJl'AL. DOST FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. "
Miller ; Common indications are lunches in KNiCHTS OF PYTHIAS.
"t Jennie and Mamie Key May
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the neck: abe>si'S, cutaneous eruptions JAS. McHUGH Prop. New Orleans
I Grocery. '
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:1 1ti Bettie Davis and Mrs. S. M. I ( ..1)x111L: tI11111
1 inflamed eelidgore ears, Pel1011ctla Lodge No. 3, K. of P., Plii.ne 105; K and 1OV.
Intf nden.'i.i St.
I ,> JJetsworth, and Messrs. Buck Wood- I rickets, catarrh, wa>tir.g, and general : regular meeting Monday night, Nov. i I Is Now Open to the Pubhc!

ring, West Robert. Bunyan Long-, debility. ; 8. at 7:30: o'clock. Initiation will
f I Iia under the :
John Brewton and Will Allen.Rushville. Hood's Sarsaparillaand take place and :Special: Deputy Grand F. B. BRUCE manageuleu
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I r Chancellor will make an official visit.

Ind. : A full attendance requested. Members MRS. S. MIMS,

I '- a Meer great sufferer ELY BRos.-I from catarrh have been and Pills I of sister lodges; and visiting lAD! i Ik it( aai Atli hU tic li
and absoluteThis ?
i it hay fever and tried many thin?*, Eradicate it, po-itively : brethren are cordially invited to ::1tI : v r n y a of Pensacola, Florid; .

i : ; but found no permanent relief untilI ]h'. statement is based on the I tend. 9 ,I II !II RATES REASONABLE.;

found it in Ely's Cream Balm thousands of permanent cures these I
H. A. LEE, C. C.
i t about eight year' ago, and we have Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle Bicycle and
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3if been fast friends ever siu e. (R-v .1 medicines have: Tvrout.! H. HoRj-LER. K. R._ D.. I I By the Day: Week '.r >f

R M. HE\TLF.Y. My daughter" had scrofula! with eleven -- :, Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. : Table Furni-hFd with t ,. Ii

1 Me ?n,. ELY BROS:-Fin J en I sores on her neck and about her ears Hood's I Hot Rolls, at 5 pm 100 I Market Afford-.

I closedhtcent..for which pleiesetduieyour Sarsaparilla: was highly recommended and doz., at_ Solomon's._ _. __ !j Hammond and Other Typewriter*. Typewriter applies. All Kinds of
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Balm. I rind I -
Cream your she took it and was cured Abe is now in i I, Rppairtp; L .ck aud Key Fatting. I Public Patronage Solicited.
remedy the Quickest and mst permanent I pood health." MRS. J. H. Josrs, Parker The finest line of sterling silver High-Grade Hammerless: GULS Kept RenVjEig Supply of Fresh Shell,
r cure-for cold in the head,
j i 1 41 City Ind. M odds and silver novelties is to be all at Low Prices Free Sample: Il >otn-.
v catarrh, etc. Yours truly,
?
I *.>. DELL M. POTTER Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to found at J.. I. Stephens'. Prices to 16 South Palafox Street. Sunday: Rites Made to 'ir.-- .-

-t.1 OcD. Mgr. Arizona Gold Mining Cot cure and keeps the promise. i please all. Iec.itD .
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I DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER fj 141
!. 1902.
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ALWAYS IN SIGHT B. H. FAIRCHILD i I tID' '""
RTo. SGOa. J
W. J. j :-
C.
BOARD O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON Cashier '' ':k 1.
SCHOOL *7 3= :S: O u S T 33 XI33 XI *. J. rOSHEE, ..-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. j I ; : }I f; 5 <
Crowded street. j- J.
People 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ,,

WAXES WARM passing by. Old and young. aroet Work and ReGnishing Furniture a AMERICAN I iATIALAi\ll{ ''f } Ii !ij'' ;

All eager about their own Specialty. ;
OFPEXSACOLA.PLA.: i J
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affairs and always somebody Phone 403. 1" I : :'

OVER STAND TAKEN BY CITY in plain sight who needs Scott's Designated Depository of the United States. 'i It: !. 'f .: I

BOARD RECARDINC Emulsion. R. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. *.':.', 1902. j ; ;
HEALTH i :
RESOURCES. j 1 fi

NOON RECESS. Now it's that white-haired Matchmaker, :Manufacturing Jeweler Loans .... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... $:.16, i19S! Capital StocK ....LIABILITIES.Time .. .. .. ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 : ; : "
old man weak and Graduate Optician, Demand Loans...... ........ .... .. .... .... 11994974 Surplus Fund... .. ... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 I'! s
; digestionand Overdrafts..... .... ............... ......... 53374 Undivided Profits...... ...... .... ......... I&.2 ,697 1"t I :
cold body. He needsScott's II Sooth PiUfox St., PnucoU,Iiiwwrvwti U. 8. Bonds and Premiums.......... ..... 214,29687 Rediscount ...... ...... ...... ... ....... .... 64,071.57 : '
j II, ?. if Ayer was a madder man Stocks, securites, etc.... ............ ...... 2.625.10. Circulation..... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125.000.00Deposits !
: t found him yet" might; Emulsion to warm him Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6.71848 ............ ...... .................. -1 ; ,036,05 ,
jv.'i. I. B. Stamps.............. .... ........ ..... 74.b6 i
'.r',nuliv have been said of Huper- feed him and strengthen his !. Cash and Exchange....... ..... ...... ...... ITS.SUo: i ,
when he read an aclu -- "
Crok
stomach. "
-nuci.t" s { '
$869,304.59! 9,364.59
J
.:! m,- paper yesterday of the See that pale girl ? She has y This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit roar patronage and we will give ; j
the board. of business courteous and careful .
f a akin by city your prompt attention i'
thin blood. Scott's Emulsion -., -.-- ;
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,,,. in regard; to the school hours, 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ", I j
will bring new roses to her face. Read the Boston Shoe store's new ,
vspgally, of school No. 1. ,
lit a ; advertisement.The I i
C'IIk had not recovered his! There goes a young man with :
Mr G2S2 sa i
r'c5Z52 5252
.I\I\"I.Y of manner when a rent narrow chest. Consumption is Forbes Store has a new and .RED TAG SALE. ;
I' 41 attractive in this issue. I .
". r ', !him down this morning his trouble. Scott's Emulsion j
Read the new advertisement; of jI.
I' tra'- side of the question. soothes ragged lungs and in. Wni. Johnson & !Son's big store. It I. '

.,. him that MEN'S AND BOYS' f ;
1 ti. iuuse Capt.u creases flesh and strength.And is interesting. r : I !

'. >
rht could
e: I : noon recess See the Meyer Shoe Co.'s new ad.
here's
i t .Iii; minutes and not poor, sickly little I vertisement. They have shoes to I "
child. Scott's Emulsion Dependable Clothing I.:
make I
..1 I time increased. He : suit everybody, and at prices that 1 !

:.!ht this was too im- children grow-makes children defy competition. N52SZ,25Z5ZS 2FJ !. I.

'i'Lire dUeusslon; as happy. B. A. Friedman received this i THE Character, Style and Quality of our Clothing recommend tl1Pm.l\ ", but..wh..u marked at One-Third j I i: I

iuante idled in :any morning; a picture of the new l'abH i| Less than exclusive dealers' prices, it's to your self-uitere-t to make tae i;avmr< h! / coming here. {I :

i lie -choolj..M DAMON LODGE : Malt house i where the best malt: in &;}-See: Our Big Show Windows for Powerful Ccnvincers.{$:> i I J ; 1 .

:ot asain;: underOw magnificent ,
500 Pairs Boy Pants, all wool, 4 to 100 Boys' BIn!'. Rl-ick mid Scotch : Men' Dress Trou..t>rs.-Our LineComprise" j !
that the city
is ANNIVERSARY Dr. Goldstein, the optician, is still 15; years, Cheviot Sum.li to 15 years: i: ,Li! that is Good in i!.
l u.d dictate to the Hotel K-cimbu where he is being '' I I ttn'@ Fire: 'ruusermgs. i
at 00 j
50c pair, $kI. i I
t i I !
-'iuct and: separate I I :, kept ill) busy: examiniu and fitting !, I A Look H all we A*k. The Price i i

: !:..i' county's juri.;. Damon Lodge No. 1.5;: Knights! of eyes that he ha decided to prolong I 300: Pairs Roy;' Pant*, worth $1.00, ''I".):) Boys Drc.s :Suits, all materials I ': D,, .. the Rest 'T I ;: I. f

P> thl i*, will cdchrate ttr-irliftt-enth his stay. Those needing\ glasses '! 4 to 15 years, (5 to 15 years, It!
,. : i .
,'. lie said that ,., I 3 $3 53, $ 53 liD 13 $s. !
-uoald have -ome- anniversary Friday, Xov. ;. The'' that will improve the eyesight:should I "" "p"u. 52 25, *.'J-.nt3, 53 50 IT 1, up to f<3. lei. i I
:"
lull will be open at i:30 and the car- call to fee him. i iI Must; bo Seen to Appreciated.. ; Our 8i Show Windows 'I :r I !I
and I < prove con-
matter so
: t8 X&:: Pairs UO: ;; Dr ps Pants, worth ; i
The docket showed in : : 1 clu..ifh.WIlI. do for in ::1.
police a wean i
etr-onies will begin at S o'clock. up you I f
and ; $1 1 :25! 4 to Iii years, BOYr"
> .d I
i no rrotest kind of bankruptcy style this morn- I Fnif Tailored: Dns te'te ;md Top I J :
: .. resulted no injury Ti.ere will be an excellent musical in?. Ouly six cases; were on the big 1, SI CO pair. I OVERCOATS $3.75, $4.50, $5 !' :at*. .A. I""hive s.ivinff of *2 ;;) I :; I I I I t
to Uit.YOUTHS'
$3 a
;
and
1: uM be no protest program prominent speakerswill : book and but 520: was the return. I
150: < Roys' Plaid Suits 6 to 15 SUITS in Cheviots, Clay: I : I
years I. .
: deliver addresses. The Itkbtin \ MtTS $12,5'' suits cur m $10 00 .
t : ,.d! by outsiders and banquet Frank Barnett, for cursing and /- 4. and Worsteds 15 to IS years, ; : ;
hall of the clerk's union has: been : sr, was lined 510. For the past 7 V"f' / 'n ,
.
I ; r-"u have *5.r.O, i j. f6 5.), 7.50 to $.150. ....,;r.S ]15BflsnitsEnriiiis;J 12.;JU j. I !
few been
secured and chicken : days things:\ extremelyqaiet !
and
., that there oyster, IbO B':>Y3' Blue Cheviot Suits, 6 to i .l
I- 'i 1.1 were ; i
in police circles. Men's 18.Cn sells. (GIF j.lou} 1503I
d oiechoul! XII. 1. A gumbo and other dainty dishes will j 15 years, 300 PairsIcn's Working Troupers, : i" \ i

:' -t-' live within a raitk be -erved. Cars will be in waitingat The Daughters of the Confederacywill $1.50 suit. il, 11.23;), $1.W, $-', ?:2 25; *2 50. !I i Men's;< TCP Ceiti, $6.00 to 12 00 i }! i iI
hold their .
regular monthly I
the close of the feast. I I tt
:,>, -. of the School, mel'tingVedneday, Nov. o, in Superintendent ; .

d-, ;i'i Mbly lean than Cook's office. A full MONDAY'S SPECIALS? : :::1 : J

""r;:I III 5 at all aud cerif SALOONS MUST I attendance i;; desired as the important Remainder nil Colored !Silk Wli former$2.75: ; I OXi: CASE STANDARD PRINTS;, lOyards.. ...4jcly I I II
matter of choosing delegates for |350 to.$6uO. .. ... ...... ...... .. .... .... .... | 0 < E CASE PERCALES. Light and D.uk, 12.'- c :' I
tt e puce every CLOSE TUESDAY'! the convention in New Orleans will 35 Pieces :vew'F ll Pt're'ilplOe value ... .. .... S .o I valn.r yuril ... ..... .... .... ... .. .... .. .10c : i i.6 :' : r

1! li.. !nit! "td from the come before this meeting. 1 'I i: '

--- OA transfer in the day and night j W. J. &L B. FORBES. $ !Hi : :

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1 l u i !tr- :Ill' ; Mayor Jones informed inquiring police "watches" took pHce at noon

1 ,.: !!i '. !t..l' of saloon keepers this morning; that today and several new changes I __ --. -

',; i -" .n their places of business must be 1 went into effect. The new station" i ii i I IJ"MJ Out for Fcn'f. J If You Buy TIi"init tt.p Bo--in *>ioc ;nrf', They are Good I J I I II i
keeper C. P. Robe, took charge of 4
W'I I I":' IOu closed; on next Tuesday, the day of j Biliousness and liver disorders; a1 t I i I I.
the station and
at noon Turnkey .
thegeneralelecuon. It was a mat- :.''Htoekinger', will remain oa duty for j J 1 this season the may be with prevented DeWitt'iLittle b)::1 i : 'ORCHEIMER'SI) I : I

,1 I! !,I" ter of doubt with them whether the the next two mouths: night : cleansing system
: Early Ri-er These fainoti
." .11:' aloons would be permitted! to remain Frank Edwards! colored, who j little pill- do not ,rJp'!. They tWVt: : 1

w,:: b- open, ;since they were not re- severely cut another negro a few i the bowel* :gently\ cut copioa::>ly, aiu BUTHBEULAHA '
by reaion of the tonic properti3*, j ,1 i : 1
.1 y .,'- atti'nI station l.i-t night and gave himself llarfi,' Pharmacy John Sheppard.Sidney I 'd I II
::1 \t t I : 'etitcr.rv I city election of the r-cent primary.The -
had been issued forJMward ? ( ;
A Kahu.i
warrant ,
up. i ,
'. ; !:' I :. ps, -blr. ;, hlvt'j inquisitive saloon men passedthe .. I"h J r2 !! I
?, and from the maycr'court -; .. ., ... :.... I. !
i i .1:> 'I ii :II!! : utfrprun.' O .aTOn.J.A.: I
word their! brethteu.MARITIME.
,,(.tat/wl I / ',"!;, and it hu",1 i iI -among -.- today he was sent to the Bears the He Kmd You Hale l'sats' 3 1Cy1I 1. I

,. .J i .1 q"cion ainuiid county authorities. Edwards' victim i i Egnattrei : I SHOE ,TO SUIT Till MOT ("'.\:,TIDWT.sTF.: WE HAVE i 1 ,
was reported to be in a bad fix : fl1j I"I I
s I:n r.t ,s \'u"f"d. / I THEM IX ALL THE NEW CREATIONS AND YOU WOULD I i"'I
this morning. -
I
\1 DO WELL TO CALL AND LET UH: SHOW I; j
.
'"i u > s I\i-P7 ri.xulcr frr i Cleaning:: ladies skirts and waist'is '
You can pass a pleasant hour in 'I
!
< !niiron, i!' one of o-r specialties. Star LI11nI THEM: TO YOU. I
ExPORT the domino rooms at the Rijou bar. I

,, ", '..! ,'thi-r:! irav. nur,.. inn Fore .:toner to date ... .... *lIin.:."i Capt. Krygrr is always on the alertto ,I dry. ; r
!
New York. Turn I !
"ip\-1:, Tl'l'\htn' Dl- care for the comfort of his cus ;
rt.tIVH.! Store
'. .>ti' tlir testimonial liowi-N itnJHIIHI : Am -<'!' T W I'uuu.U.: Urowu. Portland. tomers.; At the Rijou, too, you can refrigerators-IVe leave a Boston Shoe Ii ;
toJiiu A Mernu
ismS. I I i I buy: the choicest brands of liquors, i[ few left, which we will sell

B.AILFI i'I' wine, beer or any kind of mixed at cost. Marston $ Quina. I

1'1 Warm and Ury. Rrvs t'liBtton.>anderaonTampico ,I II drink you may desire. :Expert, polite 117 South Palafox. i f : if: iI
and attentive mixologists are I I i "
I ot-Kasea, : poN/I.Mr." AT tU'AKAMINE. to look after wants.; OPERA HOUSE I --- --- :
i iL I; nI'Wl'attnlll-ur., employed your fi
; Nor Lk .1 ohUII 111'. T."1. l'uU"SIn, Tort of i II STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ '\ II,
vt all drujgiiis and Spun to IViibncola Lumber CoASK Two special officers started out toil ..-...,,' ._....,,'--- "' _.,- --- lf8!\ 'ifHI rr.JJ\ \ tj! 1 1't
I Iff'i '
rr'c, 8' Diploma's: Ci- l'ly to look up possible delinquent I ONE NIGHT ONLY I II I i i 1,:
HIM KfK .\ llii>(;L\S' 3 : i
Will
I- Should make regular tripb"tw<-fnPensacoli
:
license payers. any personbe | I II I
agar. 'Jlomau's-tO cts found without the necessary! : Friday, November 7. Point Washiu; ti.ii alil! I I! ;
I
tlCth r Try Force at Solomon's.
paper there will be accepted no ex- I I Freeport. Leave Baylen tn-et I a1GK II i'i'I ; -I;

I cu=e, and the unfortunate will have : A Play that will Create: the Sensation wharf Thursday" at C a. m. and arrive -

:.iaa.aC130t5td iOOOe19/@dbIC/D/@OOOC/100 d1f48660O1at to undergo the humiliation and Iexpeu I of the l) y.MM. i 1 at Freeport at 6 p, m. 'i sam day.: t I c; '
Leave :Freeport Tuesday at (j.t.: in.i I: &' ,: 'I I i
of arrest and'punishment in
. -e
HAM) TI.VITIL: : :> ft f- !
i .BUY A BUGGY. the city court. A large number of I i and arrive 1'ensacula 6 p. m. came :::.' 10' a, ::. I .. f'! -- t f I

.. bu-iue* men have failed to procure''! I'KFtM"ID : j i day.: Fare round trip e5; ; 'lI\.' way <3. I: r:: r, ,,,' r.! .1 rr r.U .i\\, \f I f i r r. t!!I L
.
( : licen-e thus far. ; Tnos. COMMIX, Captain. I 1 U oj ( .. hL, II .

. : : i o-I'OH-o D I!:| ?!Ti! TRATMO"A : Solo .. ---- -. I .c-: 1; i; fI'1 .
: Hot Chocolate with I t I ,I I
31 0 lU \ ; I
$$1 0 S : Watch for imitation beer
;, 1
1 h ; -5 ,sIN CASH Whipped. Cream at olomcn's. ;\ being passed on the public '! I; I .
DAILY
_, _. __ __. ( Romance of Life Founded on MENUS j t
: Ouida's Novel "Strathrjore; ," aid \for SchUt; see that every ;\ f'I' :
L" *:Vu: SMALL WEEKLY INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS f Try one of our celebrated'' author of "Moths." 'Under Two i\\WTkislmndcd "Schlitz/ 'fmrfl e all tin Up-to- .I t
i
! a II. $ S. Felt Mattresses. : Flags!," ttc.. with the popular Act.re !, ._ Date Di-hes ibis Mar I : f::
' i ; *. 'v.'i-ST: ASSORTMENT: LOWEST PRICES! ,..: -s, i iTT I I l 11 ,
I "
Its5g.rrred I '
: KAVAli etOKi-JS: JAlHhi ,
They never pack or grow ____ II I kf;t (.f the World i 1.1 J,

JEERS' REPOSITORY lumpy. Better than a hair Virginia Drew T r scott, 1. D.I!, tr :The low, t:1 i: Afford. t '.f, i r ;1 :.

mattress at half the price. I
t & I Supported by Alexander Frank anda 'I' Union Ni v I ltnrea i : i ,I J I !
Marston & Oiuna. I Compiuy: of Carefully Jt061t. i n f
J09-5II South! Palatox Street, Pensacola fla. 3
f. Selected Players.: i NW _.___.._.... U ii; c.... .. ;1 ;;, I t Ladies' Private ; I : ; :
E
: Solo .4.00Ut8 ( -NG_...... ..... .. II n G..... . I :;1 I I' 1 .
w Steel Produced in Manner; Equal to any 'f-t() F..... It:, Dining Parlor..,* f I
: : Fine Die 'r :
H. H. Go's Fine Vehicles
Bauccck York Producti'iii.
Hickory:) Y/agons. | New J
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S4.... .... _. ..... 3 ii It 1 f""' 1 I
.I O i Prices! -25; 50. 75c; and *1 00. K: _. .._..._.... s: W D.... ..... I ; ., i'f' 3
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: ''V THING ON WHEELS AND HARNESS TO MATCH. o 'I Stamped Stationery & Seats on *Wf-dnf-div. at noop. I,I l. : bl'IOW 1 r: !, ..-
MPIRITMTCI PrismE-51'_
i iMhnrr
1tl094I0Q/@Oa) I Regular Dinner Daily. '
+100@Oi000C0 .
ab@140Ai01@I@00'110a03Zt1
, __ 'I Ir admired by everyone, and I i Saturday, November 8. I I I i ..._,v.v,* T> ...11.A:, k,,..rJ1) _:4,.. .iOn.vjudoz /.. I.

. ,, is all the rage, but has; heretofore 1 ONE PERFORMANCE! ;i; i.ti UlJnlnU'S. (1NtPr, 1"111'1' :t. i ; t i

1I1\IlL\HTIn: '. rot: i: been so expensive as; to -, I lJot \ ..\ want H cuavulflci-nt watt) t. 1 3Fillrl

place it beyond the reach of I II f"T ,iittie money? If .II. call UL :: T flay 1 1If 1
SCHOOL : I .WARFIELD. :" :c1)t.'ns! the jew flf-r. He will ac- i
,
' BOOKS those with a limited purse. ... ,!: cllft.m"iatu you. 'II'. omHhlnl{Cionf) t') Tat 't i ... l1 IITHE

w) We are now able to otter the I jou 1In.b.YCJo'l IILQ II :
1 I-:: THE LARGEST: STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PENSA '; In Hs Whirlwind Success, i; lit't'1 'o: ,i' ;

COLA AND AT LOW PRICES..GEM finest and most stylish paper) I JL 170Pr d; 20, iBo UARRANCAS.:!.-sealed props Fid.*;..N Oct., in Nick Apostle'sPopular 1 r I. I( t

with your own crest and mono-I'The Auctioneer mplicite/ will be received until

\ BOOK STORE. gram, ai prices that II ::{jJ '>. DK, Nov. ]9! }W2, for eonc'.ructing Restaurant. j J ; ; r 1
.. plumbing and! ptl r'rlc wir-1 I
i within the reach of all. Dropin I I i if! ?* .) -in'l .- -ts \. C. o. (iuarttr '
ii d Four Crowded ;\Months the Bijoa I I
i I I.':. "School: Supplier: T'\blr-t.! ., Peunl*. Penholders, Etc. and :ask to see it. It will be I Theatre, New York. Tort McRee, Fla.: U. S. re-erv* i ir ( lMNJPN'AW!
ght to .jcr.t or accept any or nil ; l J, yC1
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. I a pleasure to us to show you.Bookstore UNDER MANAGEMENT OK projj.waU or.t.y part thereof. In-1 Irrat'n It t = i
i 1 > furai-'iwl! ou application. !

I I ...DAVID BELASCO... IIvF.IJpe 1 ? containing proposals s-'on.x. .I V
CHAS. E. JOHNSON Coe's *!}..ud! be marked "Pr'posal: = for Rem tht 1N f tnd; yr'j ; I.an: 9l-f ; I
.J.J'n"U1't
Prices-5"") 75c; $1 and $1.W roniiraction, JaTf==ed tV.. 1J. liP.- "', '
21M OUIM 1ML\KO.V 8TUF.EC. I FEXSACOLA..,\. I Seats oa sale: Thursday: at noon. I Oelej. :M.\ 2Ict-ltlj:1Q\ i ir Ii ../.LJ//f( ::1 i : X


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1 1902


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Ti -4 I FATAL BATTLE; Doctor THE Thlni."ELEVATOR Environment FACE faT:" I ft3JudWejser


r. r Human Species.Now .
I'rotlul'l"t'ft
I MAN SHOT DEAD It is tilt"elevator face." It i; ,

., characterized Ly a trained effort t-i is King

-r< i I Ii look two trays:' at onciIt! has I b... MInoticvd

'. --....; t'. !1 Authorities and Rioters Have :: for s-uic time but has l II( <"om'1 I I

j : -'..'w..d. ur' -- more common simthe I'rid.11r; of bottled beers
Spirited Engagement. tall uld'nv linn ,
i and OUT! Very

i ". Jim Dumps one morning had the dumps. ., been erected. It j N the product (.1 the because of its uni.

: '. '.fl The world seemed full of useless chumps. RIOTERS WERE INTOXICATED desire to caich the lirst: tKnaior pt>v
: i I the Uu"r. Those who try it know form
irs
:: ( I His clothes and things were not in I j "" excellence.
.. J __ this requires close watch on lath sidesat

t .. /"/J. I His place razor; slipped and cut his face. : In Attempting to Liberate His Incar- once, says the Pittsburj", flazrttc. Brewed from the best Barley*Malt
The higher and l larger the skyscrapers -
\ But breakfast made its change in him; Carcerated Friend, One of the Rioters
II the greater the: number of elevators and and
Once more, per Force," he's Sunny Was Shot and Killed: by Marshal rcnu'rfd.: In fact the! ultimate height imported Hops "lagered"

L Jim." of office: hnildincs: will be measured by stored for until
,. : ( maturing) just
; the inability! toe; elevator service on

O Jackson, Miss., Oct. :a.Thursd'1YnIght account of the space occupied by them." ripe and most Wholesome.The .

1 word reached here from lountOI1'e But to return to the "elevator face.
r'' itt A physician vlu believes in the Darwinian produce tJfAnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n
in
C a small town Covingtoa county
and attributes odd development '
"F ot a fatal battle between the authorities theory
y' orce puts a smiling face and a party of rioters who to environment declared the

trouble. other day that modern civilization I is I II
on were in the town attending Howescircus.
? The Re&lj !Sine Cereal I working toward a new type of the human : St. Louis, U. S. A.

Li animal. trtbers aha ef BlacK d Tan Anheuser-Standard, Pale L6-t'-
Sweet, crisp flaKes of wheat and malt. The rioters wereell filled with "This straining to see on both sides Faust. Export Pale, Exquisite Mlcbelob and Mah..\_ -
whisAy-; and for an hour or more pr;>- .
said h. "Will : the
at 'nett" cause eyes Order Filled by
Promptly
dun iid of In shoo :
a reign; terror town
to grow farther apart.) It is not merely
Gained Ten Pounds. hj4 I lUg at everything ia sight, and coaiIM I wauhhi? ('Ir elevators that rails", I ALFRED MOOG. Wholesale Dra1oI'tor ,

Escrrutmmerlhavehadtolake tonics I !"ing! \ people to seek safety in their for doul le vision at a wide anple.
rur,'*.' 1 taU tour table- l'EX"\1 ,
b-it 1
f now u-e iKHlu .
l;
i! a congested streets and looking
te Crossing
-|p.rtul+ utry m..nntg and 1 ail now CHMDZ y
i f ,. TLe cause: of the disturbance!! was and automobiles in both -
michciit b"- tlti! -it liii built me Lpttve s '. for trolley cars
,, gaund utvui ten |p"ulllb. I till- lau that several members of the tllriftkms! require the same kind
f ; ''(Mr.) KAT!; \V. Duw." I p.ii'j had 1 been swindled by circus fa- I,.i skill In tin'.. the eyes wll! become: !in-

j3 : II king and they had started to the show I I (1'p"n.t'nt! of ech otluf and placed L'-.n At V 'A Y

,_A grounds: with the intention of havinga well to the side of the forehead. Then ji d

I pat'lied battle when Deputy Sheri I II the owner can cover as wide a field tl' wooLF' ,
: f l.-tH't'-solt: Tel'EIW t i
Walker and a determined posse o! the turret jnms ,'11 one of our new war

I deputies disarmed them and took then ships. This will allow him to wati-li I3IPORT3R AND JOBBER OF

tj the alahoose.! All gave bond ex- for all the elevators at once or to we

J i eDt one man who was kept in thaS'loitly vehicles approaching from all directions. HARDWARE.

$ t'r .I ('alahoo (>. I I Xo doubt there will be other

I : after dark John Millis a.: changes in the face. The features may

tai L-i',-rid of the Incarcerated man wend I i grow sharp and pe.iked from the state Iron Nail-. AXH*, Hliovrl,.;, Haw Mill and Sean< '<
t 9( i
: '. ;. I to the jail with two six-shooters anJ i i of continual watchfulness while the Sujiph->. tokiiir and Heatius," Stove*, P.untViadi.w < .
.; an ax to rescue him. Deputy Walker ears may 1 be abnormal! in size and have \ Olu: ',;. Guns, Pistols and Ki-hitu 'l..t. -. .
''"'even{, Cor' motion o* Peace Arrangements. 1'lIr..i.h. I great; delicacy in sense in order to
The Strain on warned him to retreat, but instead Agate ami Tinware ami Ilousefurnishini: tr.Oh.
:11'a Yo:'.:. O< t. :31.--A'li'ccs! from "What is mohair iiiamniv 'f asketi I Millis drew his pistols, when tho deputy catch the faintest rattle of the big !

'i ay that tn Ucjal I Mail pteamf l li I Sally IVti-rsoii Jones, looking up from shot him dead.Important I chain on the elevators or the soft treadof trAGE NS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL C )1\' : \ 1"111

t. "r.r'o has arrived! there. cables her t-l.iw pi-rural of the newspaper and the pneumatic tired auto. The whole Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Ei

i i '. t\:(' Havana: I'ulncil-ia, oc-rr..rpond 'nt keeping her place ou the page with a ,' Decision Rendered. expression" will be one of great: inten Wheel Co.. Loftin & Rand Powder Co., Johu
_ i ; to of The HoraM. She brou lit oonfirmiit' dusky forelmper.Mauiiiiy New York, Oct. 31.-A decision sity. somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges, u
.
: : >n of the report pace arrange Jones bean to rock faster. which was Interpreted as !signifying! I I Taking I'alni. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-u' -

en's :.lades ith G-n'rala Unne-UrlSa You know w'at hair K I s'Iwse Uou 1 Made Railroad Colors.
; : that the island of Cuba was "a for !i "Genius quoted Smuthers. "is an in-

t c, j aul' Castillo! Sy ueneralMi Mar:>arres i i1 you? she inquired." !i eign country" as understood by the '. finite capacity for taking pains." Masonic Temple Pensacola, Fla

\ )f the lie: tc"c .
ai i;,t 10. ;:era at oirnl..T gated reg til1eof the evacuation of the island I Groanache must", be a genius. lie 'gets
\,dl. den, does you know w'at a mo
/ : imports.' neutrals: L'rihe L'riI !' by the Spaniards up to the estobflsri- every ailment he hears any one else
is? asked LIT mother rocking still
'tTt' : r 1 1- n--l ( 'a. t'ilo WP In Barraaijn'.lla.J : fa.'t > 't was -tpcrvl 1 thit thy would ,
e !''I "No'a." admitted: Sally with great handed down by United States Judge (
F''nive: for nOtj rei uptn IJCf'. Edward B. Thomas, of BrooKIjn. The COULD HARDLY GET UP.

I --- I "Well chile you can't Vpec' me to J'idce: holds therefore, that all crimes P. H. Dully of Ashley Ill writes : Biggest Busiest Bestd't' !

: !r1dirtd! for barring Nt'rce!; i I take de place ob\ a satchel hist'ry obi committed in Cuba during! the military "This i is to certify that T hive taken ,

r' ::1... Ky.. (\t. Z1.. 'lent fe er' I i! au.uials: fo jou." said her mother calmly rule] of the United! States on the island two bottles of Kolfjr's Kidney Cure

k :" .".', I : other medicine. I tried many advertised -
? 11 I' ". : against ten citV !- :i: its sexedV'eu )'ou'\ hunted up courts of the republic! of Cuba. The I remedies, but r.one othem

th1 T .,. .'. >w'nrt! Ore-a Ky. (hargin :': tie mo iu one ob your behixjliio-iks an' I law department in Washington will ro- I raVE me any :relief. My dru}". 'i-t I Tter Speak

4 ll v. 'th attenni.n; to p"T''nt thr know jes what Le looks like come to I ceiv a copy of the decision! which is ( recommended Foley's Kidney CIKH

; 'ion of '..0or..1'otprs: in a pre. tie, ate I'll Vplain de rest But chilicui : the outcome of the casa of Jose ssla.I and it has cured me. Before commencing 1

rn -curT. Amoa? theta IL- 'i nm,,' und't.ike Mime' work on dare own a sailor on C.e ship Poloma tharge.l its ue I was in such a W

; L 1 ; + .. 8 Ii: !K Hsni-y 2. lliEes .,I P'iluvtmi: shun.l.v. 'Taiii't nht:: fo' I with killing John Orlin while the vss I shape that I could hardly sret up i I fur' Thernselres
; oPnce nil"d.lr. when once down.V.. A. D'Alem- )
j .,' .. :-n p' '," at.d xamiaer. and I paj reuts to do it I .-l was crn'rins! n the waters abo-st J
berte S. Pal.ifox St.ASK .
121
;; : 't mu iireinlnett! i...c xrat. in Haiti last July. Owing to a rebellion -- -- -- A..I1. I I .
.... I We I let t I : -:- f
\ ar..tLotr. 1".1;
t :- '. gip..i i in '
t Haiti at the time! there was no PI"- HIM .
Foot A Hl'IX.l.NV
I There is one lawyer in Brooklyn who i'' tal)1 sheJ form or law The Poloma, SeCURES I and Cull- we Liundr! ,

A &rrltiu idler will never again wake use of Latin .Ilowever, being registered as a Cuban j fI i t!.unliveThey will t. :r.

s r i 1i f,t" "Si I he's trying: to live on other people i 1 phrases iu writing: business letters. Ashort vessel! under the military WEAK MEN FREE. .:,.. -l-: .. JI-r--- I!I ''tart we can. We w,iiit'. I '
.> rain!;." saM the publisher uidi;;- time ago he had to write a letter gon'rn'l \. 4 .
I I ment of Governor General ji i W' more by the work WH t.1. ,
r u.n.ily.! I I"WIt'S to a client ia a neighbonu; city resard- \..3:. i I
e, addition the Poloma !sailed under the i iI 11I..ul1\ [rfite and a Happy Home -2- what we &uy.
/! the trouble? Has someone' lug: an important lawsuit that was to ,I ,
I Amoriran flag! and her for All
asp : It j {/>! ii vtojlius; the ideas from jour come up before the court in the courseof ownership was :
,'" vfestwl in AnHeans residing !in P'i;i How any man mav quickly cure him-, ifafter
bi 'u< : a few days. The information he t'O-
I vesrs! of 'siitlerint from eeiai: weakness
t 1 suppose era But tliat's a minor HfiUii: was highly essential to his case. York rity. All the" things broughtup ln-l vitality, night lo-si--.. \unonv .1.I '. ALL WORK c. o. D. Gocds caM for M Mmi :: ,:
i' the question whether the Poloraa I ..Il'., and enlarge lnulilweakurxan'.to ft. 'I j
tL'I"..r. They're trying; to conx away Iu rtii'u this epistle he made use: of I .17" andigor.. Imply send your nun.-
1t &. lit- in ni who write uiy i\crUae- a letter bead with his i'riuted ntldrt'I.::: was brought to be considered an ; and addre-s Or Knapp Medical I o.. I I' > TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
." the In his letter he Ami!>:aa or a Cu'ian skip! and! whether Hull KuilditiK' lietroit.. Mich: and tiievwill
tnut: -\Vashii.uton Star.A at top elosum signet ; gladly send fr.. rereipt with fUI/"n"-1/ WALKED
INGRAHAM
A himself thus "John Langdou, addnN the prUoror was subject to the j'ir. turns bo that anv man sea cosily cure hm-I: Manager. j
t PCL'CIM; .' HHI'r! %Y. < ut supra." !Uction of the courts of Cuba or if sell at home. This )iscertainh n most tnken sen-
erouoffer,and the 1)110"11I1.1Iral.19 I
s I, 1i. V !' 1\t..i'u.! ui;:ht P' .hi ,'Ulan I After waiting; several days for theready. the United ?fat<"s. The !ship was r<>- tram doily nmiUhuw what meo think 1

r i r N -huJ! 11., writ..- : "Ii '-
4 I id .i ball coin: i.i'! ;ny lui.ir-i and i wrote Ins procrahlliiatin client aad thus cocpllratln! ; the matter. thanks for yours of recent date. I haecriven Tnth..herlftofE-,' unti 11 \ 'i
r :n.! I it l la tbe benetit has be extraordinary. It has lie it known that 1. II i ,
+ 1 t F t'' : uiMlicini'4 'ml Iiiil! trr.itmput hi- first lettrr. The next day ire re- rompietdybraee'd me up. I am Jut a. .\ .:L ':c"rmc Tl .HMLf&j Secretary c I state of v- .,.
t,. r i iui '. *'', p Jy.'cLI s'wittiout I Now Waitresses' Strike. I IC1lr ,
getting: \ Ii< when a boy and you cannot .
CCIMS;! a r.'i>ly in which! the client said! .guruu lanw.\ GOIPA5Y. do hereby IIInOIlC' tli .t6EEGAL
4 .' 11' lientflt. A IrifiuirfCiw.iRpnded! .. ., th. t !he had auswertd the letter andatii'reMd i ""..ar 1>Ir"-'\ our "' tr i F >!I. Hoii< and T > acid l'eu.a
: y : r two I downtown restaurants want better' Tra.a I..at' a far tat Ultkliivou. be .
: Results were exactly what I netded.Strength held In K-'nin' tiFlorida
et r ti' r1f abiiitl t curd I it to "John LangUou, Ut Rill t ayou. W'rragtonayy Yar'and .
HIP. c-n- I '
condii'yns! and threaten to strike j if and M \
L 1'" i. 1j"I' the Rr"atost co'i :ti aHtt lung Supi a. N. Y." I I and enlargement! is entiiely &I&th- fort Harraccis ill lirst Monday in :MJH mi...
: "; ,I." ,, "!*- in tl,.. w...rH.V.. A. their demands are refused. They I I factory" it:*!!) a.1D.arrre M Kort KarraacnHi ilh..1 sold Tutf.dtty being the
get no tips and they say that wages I II "l 1.artrs-1 wag received and I had .'.. a.m.arrive: at For ilarraaci IO:4. a&o KOl'KTH UIY 't' N
) .\1.! II 1 1 S. Palefox St.Inning .
1tJf.te: of the receipt .
Storing Appiea..tppi I i:. po trouble making use esi I 1mpm.arrlceatFort !>arrano k L p a
.. .r fel.cuM: lie stored in a t'OOlolQ' I ths varj from ft; to 19:I a wek for 1.1 directed and can trutlituilv nay It h" hun 8:80 p.m. arrive at tort Harraacs .:;: pn For Bepresentativ >'
lcrnlrrpiere. hours' work are inaJftinate Last ; to weak men. 1 ant greatly improved in I 0:15 p.m. arrive Ko't Harrnccas TuOp gr".tonal lilitriet of !> "
i V !f''rh!. > '\ th:1 fi xvIh. :"'1'owln: p!." t'. ,.: Vs C. 15. Barrett. Warmth i size strength and vljor" 'SOp m.srrlveatFcrlitarranta6 8i5v.a elchui I'oDvreuof th" I IFor '
night core than *(Pf of the waitresses i i corr.pomlence/ !stri-t'v eenft.l.nt' tSecrciHry of Ma'-' "
I
Kirraccn far
rr For t't&tk
and 1 1 "tn gave
i r : t. III! > uiufiuie. cause fermentation and j
:t ]i' ? : plt'Ioill everyday tml. mailed .n plain -r/11..1' :a !" 'jI' Finrlda.For .
met and derleed to nlf their; dpman.tods.v. .. cola at I .
.
tJt'I'I ir possii |le the fr 'or I" ,kui.' ui.U.n nan ( nmptroller of ten w
ti'I Ii" i" ; Iliilillg Ul KIt is I. ) < separate over r. >-'ip' i- a j "
3 i1'' it a .. '. '. I r I"i 1.I'irl' ono of those I ripe vr.!:" f'.wn those gathered before giiing their: ..n.yl"'s[ : usr i eerman tohavt ,u. 'I I i 7." a.m. arrive at P.n aco.a ..... e:%) a. j. t tIb' the For t fetattt one of Justice FlonUa.ror of. lb- n .

+. .: -. to, ...'.1 .ind e\on the !<.il-I i the iipt'iiii'K! pnH'os was etearplewdI Mor !lay to return an at M> r. Tneare 1- I ) p p. m.m.arrly arrive+ atPrnsaeola..UaFya4a &t t'"n5&COla ._,_. I.itp. cG.tjpn two Railroad C"nStale --

< 1 \ ,' ....1'1.. : .1 i \n'i-i| e, while j before pultun! up for the winter. The toe than 1 :2i 1Ij wait's in Iii i 6w p m arrive at ivos-wola.. ..... For of Matewuiitor Florida. for -.
.
uni: ask T.0"p. ra. arrlTeat I' nsaeola ._ .. 7,.i p, .
('p Ttiey for tens ada .
'J; y' t in !LI. MI.ill t in the Jun.1' solid unripened apples' keep much trii : 'g'Op m arrive at Penucoa__ iJIIJ n.a District of the Mate of Fu<
fie ,in1* 3.rA ?(a>, bit ""Ii',.... i >\ tar two Membrrs of thentativeaof > 11 I -
lon;:tr tu.-n tljo\\liiih have been al- 'lIatcraaJtI: only
"I'P'; .I : ii :uititH'iittare! not the Slatr uti I >
a { i :11. : .ii,' ;.r' <.'.<.*.tivo. At small t lowed to rennui on the tree until fully frr 2'!fl! OVl"r: ::11e. F\.f\ (.1''," w1: n, ii hAPElj I t I PABt: POa WICK: DATS.Pes }'or Tax AiM;.;or.

f niie. nut while the keeping qual.iyof ilrner plaPS" g-r; J3.."n, a1' 1. I I, For Tax Collector
xa '.t' l i i. i..1! with ferns and | !.eol to Fort narrsrcarant rctoru For County Treasurer
I . the a 5 h.> t- day. Th.\ n ;.pt ? 4.;'> and returr.as .
# I > I'M .t little care: will fur. n-iripened ones is desirable, the PensacolatoNasyYard i For five iiounty: ("ilium.- <
I I Pen..eola to Falmetto h sad retI l. '
For tairememoemof 1 b. .J
;'. Til- t wi'ictiiiic bit t'fdin.au "living; tu\or is nevertheless impaired by ;gatai WP"'K and a wor.ici.ty'; nf; t. : r of Public Initructlon.

!, 't '': '' :," i1; t' :; r""III. I i tiring when in the best condition for !lC'arc. < I CHEDUfl:. For Jattlceut tbv 1'.a. : a. .
I When WttHr permits tae raanlag t rlIo\l\IIIJUlttle"lJbtrl .t-. v .
j lion:: ke<..piii, It the temporature of a I .
open'! coacbes.SC5DAT I : o. I.
i the cellar or house is kept even and at client Morrflit1Yon j I .';o.4.
The iY..t ft I.i..'It "nI.i Ire..r. 1..Vt l'enu.c'la L.' fort J Ji JI.rra.t.-a.
I the risbt degree there is little danger niiiiht! at I".t.t l hale\ jnvenHie dut II..ID : a.r.:. For Countable to and t". i '
r''iMi'i; in *\oiling: tlrt..s we : ..
r i : :; < i J u\tlc Uli tricti, vii:
".Ire wiirimi:::: tint: ',',' na.lU. I! mip.m
i jwiM going
i j-n. 1:1 Id (-, rtatly! take in'o considern5 I of losing even the ripest; of the winteranetlos 1J.m. :-0.1, .
ii'M. ulirtlur it is !intendtil for djyt I| \ until the early spring; mouths. I,) t1 1"1m,' OUT i r I C. IEIp.m Bp. m. No.. 4.No S.No. .. -

:!_.... t livtnc !I'i -ht! ;pIS.I" .uullf light.ur i i It would le :good plan to hale some SM \\ell li.iu'ii't 1 btu nit.to 1, 6J.m B.ffl STtp.m. :,

il'I! the... difft-n-nt fiinilitiotn! Lave | of the latest: keepers that ba\e been 11 mi t 'r U\ ,'f a week 6cm No fbAAUpntlonollh.e. ,h>-r.'t' .

t ,i rent; efftvt. Colors hook totally difv. j gathered and stored before be<'oiuing IP. m Tp. m. tae 'law requiring tbru in i .i j'.., >
i TARI reaIU"JATt'etu.oola the bald election to bt pub: ,.. i
e i .',iut in gas ami fUctric lights. The too ripe n> er\ed for use before the .
to 'arra
A' the! tint Jrt : tcaa Psvy paper printed in the coi.nM, if .
'1 fi"nuis dlpni-int! :: the latter shows", early crop comes. STtTTEI ym nulln a! a lard and tpra.._..___._..._ !lot paper In the county, if I'"r-
d'-nl i 4 ;torn t PenAl.aol" ti Palmetto Xt.s!! > :, publibh io the Bounty I-.t i
"" "".' ihicinu.uy Did iiitthniK so much aol' or l.vr \ou rLbi rt.&nrn.___ ..._ .. ____ a.10in least live copies ol this iiv.i:". .t' ,
kJ .> -i badly uutihul color cud tones i What n Van 'lliiuL' CELEBRATED should take a r.flf'u, ame.A .'t.. a:15 D. in the most public place', .;. .".
'" t a ne "f tb. In Testimony WUereof I :."l.- ,
which the l"reic-h say "bite "When a man of tweet cqli-l!! : .rs a BittenIt will my nauU and a0ji>- i tone tiltto: I Woman [ L.-.1] i.f tho State of l-ior.f "." .-
| woman, he thinks of her I beau > but up = Every .
V,". A. Hmen ft Kiurh, Ark., ,., 1 rascii, and liter II ScientificallyNaturally Distilled V l.asst-o, the nfiiai! !, I'
l w: ., tr..., "1\\ jh to rt'p rtti.atFoiey'e I at thirty be thinks of her 1 KIU.UM>: 7, and i'ur I C I.wlertSlc: fa' IE: :: : kl" tiny uf &1>1t'mh. r. tE. .
"What does he thiiik at fortj ':" t u 1 p aL .t tL.' W J e.rm CLA .l K\. '* _
j .
K:dll"v Curs ha< cured! a terrible Nan a, Aged maUL fc* i r- :i
1 v t-" .f kidney and bl. drier trouble ;, "Oh. he thinks only ot 1I.J"d:" by '' p 'J1. l1f'wh..l.h'rt.hirlinq... Spril I'e.II To George if:. Smith B ,. ,.:' r. '

-I tl.. ,wii doctors: hid iriveii u u." \V. that tiiui-"ludiauaiiohs N"\v -. *fy Heartburn, I Absolutely Pure, .a,e': .\'. I.'....., 'Ir1..1' ( GUM, "> _

ii tt \ Alembertp', li'l! S. }'ahfox St' j I / hdigestion. I Ill....... ......u",. ;.
I Beat And Safest for all Uses If you want a good-T'
i l There i is no couch medicine pop r I a.a.r4y1M1Ara.t .
and
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cASTOn A.o. ular as Foley's Honey and Tar. It Dyspepsia i For tale byDannheisser nr' aL.rMyt ae, stead or a nice Crih)r
i i" Ki ,"'j hsi? \JS l\b: 'I: contains and Liver
artEr no opiates or POI ''MI STOMACH
fte: u / l never fails to cure. W. A. D'Aleru-. : f3 5 Ompia.IIt, I Bros. Inrualel fulyant I.nt-i.e nareand"a..t 11 can'ruin.ralwll..tyiae. baby, go to Afar./'t
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I ITTE IKij (O.
/TT&td..t I berte, 121 :S.; Palafox St. Giteitstrlah Quina's.
Room 82 c Time Bidg., New York

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NURSERY NOTES. ;. ::[ I'. o:!Ji.I) 1!J ,,- '
OFFICIAL q { '" 1
DECISION OF ; : r. l'I e

MISS MONIE BOWEY Try giving: castor oil in warm weather ; I f1.i tt

with plenty of sugar. The baby's ; -
38 Perry Street DETROIT MICHIGAN. I' 1. J.i' 1
SO. lips will smack over it. STRIKEJOMMISSONShould 'I ,

It is much easier to dress baby on r "I: :;. ; a-

A couple of winters ago I j Wine of Cardui makes women the bed than on your lap. You will f i.. .. ., 1' ..'
I. / !
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on' frozen sidewalk more womanly by cur There Be
have both hands free and greater lib- I Any Change I II
r.
iJ.1! Ul1t! on back. On ing their weakness and making of motion. \ ( ilU
erty
tenmintd found thai 4 them stronger. Wine of15usUine.f Wages will Start N nv.t. I I t I -. I'

I( : internal injuhich Cardui cured! : Miss Bowey. If thc baby kicks much in his bathit ., :s.- \, I :. i'.'
lii J mt up for more Asa medicine for all women will be well for the first month to '

r-l$ months. After that ,, in every trying period of bathe him with his binder on. This WRIGHT MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT I for Infants and Children._ f j. ; ; }

tolicd that I had pains in L- thelrh.es can you think of a will prevent all danger of straining.
I tick and groin which I VA letter medicine for yourself The Kind You Have Always Bought; has borne the signature I

thi Cl\'tt b had before. I doctored /; ,j j your sister, your oaughteror better There than is nothing small; furniture children ,love made much for Each Side to -Controversy Will of Clia<. II. Fletcher, and his been made under his j' : :

doctored for several i or your mother ? Can you Doubtless Take a Determined Stand i personal supervision for over IJO years. Allow no ono i i

aanths! but as the pains tamstwd uwyonte; BmrrvI think of a more acceptable them. Little chairs they often have, to deceive in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and I }
but low tables Should! the New Rate you ?
of growing present to give your friend are more rare. They of Wages Go
moved I decided that f was not having the than a bottle of this medicine which should have them also. Into Effect "Ju t-as.gooil" are but Kxperiuient*, and (,lHlm?er the i I i h

tin Reading in the will bring her health and health of Cliildreii-Hxpericncc again Lspcrhueiit. 'I' !
'hl t :.1tment. papers happiness? Mothers make the memories that are .. t
./the wonderful 1 cures performed by You are Butfering'Your duty is to to lie the Inheritance of their children Scranton Pa., Oct. :31.: -The anthru ';

Tine of Cirdui I wrote to one of the rid yourself of this pain. If your during all our lives. What a tributeto cite strike commission has officially: The Kind You Have'Always.Bought i"i
received i satisfactory daughter, mother friend ,
ia
and very or decided that if any change is made n
Lily tirtirf\ and: I immediately sent for some.hi sick and in need of relief, your duty is mother love it is, when the silver the rate of wages of the men, it sha'l 1 Bears the Signature of i ; ry
short time I felt generally better equally great to them. Many women, I haired man or woman says: "We did
very I
nl after seven weeks faithful use I was now well, owe their lives TO friends have such good times when we were date irom tomorrow. Nov. 1. Ths: _., :

mote Welland strong. have never who brought them Wine of Cardui. : children.1" announcement was made I by the coia ;

lui a-a: a SIck hour since and I daily bless[ Wine of Cardui is adapted to women It is always a good sign for a baby mission! through Reccrder Wright i h : .

your spleadidmt.tehe. at any age in any walk of life. to sleep a great deal, and delicate and the following brief statement given Ii: i

MONIEBOWEY. For the working woman it gives herr (puny infants who sleep' much become out by him at 9 clock this morning. : L

-ryr np CARDUI is one mcdiiy strength for her tasks and better Voted unanimously!! that if tho com ,;;
and Even
[ ti.at should always be kept treatment than a doctor for very email strong babies who are healthy large children.and thriving at mission at the conclusion! of its hear In Use For Over' 30 Years. I i iTwr
I home for im- '
if and m every cost. ings and ...... .'
deliberations make any out eCNt.N re" TT MunnlP "urn .rw VON,1 C'YV i
unless deal of
L--1 bi'tli they a great
31' u"e when female weakYour drnircist will sell a $1.00 I get w.r.:: ..; l
you ward sin! ti YI t \ : : .o.tr::
r its appearance. Miss bottle of Wine of Cardui. Secure the ioll\'P, become weak and sickly affecting existing rates ol ; I I j ,
r
.ii, anti d ingerous accident medicine today. Take it in the privacy I wages such awards shall take effect -- I

1.10)> resulted EO seriously of your home. Relief will coma to you rut""lIII: L.. from :"o1.. 1M::!. I 1iff

W ice of Cardui promptly. as surely as you take it.WINEofCAHDVI j I lime been asked about the valueI The recorder of the commission sta. : u Vi. B. WRIGHT>> COflPA1Y I'
a
ed that
I of medicated face masks, and have this resolution was adoptr1by : ,

A million Buffering women learned the ctu-icy! of a homemade the commission because it felt that f : \ :1 t 1 E

ha.eound relief in :i u.i.sk in a case of severest clogging andI It was important to make its investigations i. I \, L i- MANVFArTT'KKRS ANI DiALEKSINLUMBER : !. 1

Wine of Cardci. I I iult'tiity of the pores. The girl who deliberately, and that it might : I. i. ,

be *"!! !In or'or to relieve Itself fro'.i LATHS J
j tried it made a mask for herself! from T:1T t 1. I II

M I two old linen! towels I worn very thin. pressure from anj source which mi!=i.t I ? !

I I She made her preparation of oatruealluiilcd cause any undue haste to inform th' SATtD CifrEi' : ihrt' 1'.Eu'r.{? ; :t cr i : !
:'IrrSent) to give Tl:'tchi S"Cf\YJ, ,1.'lenH. I I I +.k,; L : > s t 1 I < r
to a pulp and mixed with butter operator and the miners that shout! I : lJ .-... ''iALAWC1UL

j I ,-'k through the !| There rill be a regular: aeotinjrvtitle / milk. Spreading' this on the towels, the im.M'iration and deration- I--, ";;) ; __......- .t_>.-- PY\o.\; .\'v()'. A.VR J"u.4 I:: '. I

articles ati i ne Peusjcoia: Jitair-al !Society a: she made two flat poultices, which follow! ,' it warrant any change wat-::: ; I l, j
fitKli-'ft I B' ard <:>t Iip: lth ofPca H* < -- !
r.relv can covered almost all of her face exceptthe ever l'hr'r: in the wayof increa oi' i

.'. I )'cookp.in. Tufbiav. "ov 11 and 25. and trying it on, she went redur.t.t: of -, such .
nose -n ar ;; charu'i
.. nTSJf ;Z p,1\'ilmar are oorCct1J C t : !HI
..YSf.L1 ,. I to her room and took a nap of two shot::I.I be f re t.i a certain date, that: I I

re >ou buy. B.W. C. DKWKEHT, I hours. enaM'r.all I: pait.eto: ia-ilitatt: their[; r

-- President When she awoke her skin looked ca.uJ OlS. I. \ EXPECT TO SUPPLY: MUCH:: Lt T-TGEF. TRADE 't ;! : ti

-i.p L. DE t. flLo'laR. I fresher and fairer than for time, I i
a long The action of the cr)...mission in i
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J ERF.
& THIS WINTER THAN EVE.
". 12ttf; Secr t '
s
1r} she in the ;
% and encouraged persisted taking this step at this time will sag; I I :

< / : 10; A--Ji1'-I; use of her mask, making a fresh one the commissiOTif! lot of time. it !
fdz, a
.15:1: J1 X11 lt I S. 3c.r ; SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC3Jda : I j
1. every day. At the end of a week her I Is known that each fide to the contr 1:

, akin was like soft silk, and naturally versy would! take a r\\.>rmineA I'tar.1 1 I Olsen Co. :r \ t tL

.. she has sworn by her method eversiste. |I .. Thompson, cv- I' ,
.. -. on the emotion! whnn the new rate .fi
: -.. :'.a'W'::'::' : "T"r.ft'Tr': : : ::--.. .'t-.Nr; ':'W i V: : .Ir.r..' This oatmeal and buttermilk, !
i wage, if one I is: made shall go intoeffect. I <
f(J .E.. or simple\ bread and milk or even oat- | The operators !In their crigj Manresa Street,. TeleT hone 147.- -
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:' weal and water cannot but be ben 1-- ---- I
WOEDSI I j trial proposition;! to Presiflent Roos I I II
{; T' 3 STY (; elieial to the skin cleansing! it.. whit- :i:1 relt wanted the commission to fix the I, ESTABLISHED: 1863. !) ':' i'I I II <
coin it and making it softer and ,
I. I.
..., date The miners wanfed the -

I f If; : -po] l @ I see would x'tl. ever Such adtise.-Exchange.!is the only "facial ma k" I new rate L.'Il.e retroactive! prospective atrl i! McKENZIE OBETlilG & CO., t.Ii: : I J Jo

go into effect! on the day when tho ;

miners returned to work! which wasa DIALERS IN- 0 t 1 )

(i:;j TWENTY CENTS. ;(Ei; (;reune Sputa.Many week amp yesterday, {)(.t. 23. President l leos '

; knows the a housewife best, way who to thinks eradicate she Mitchell. who was here overnight Ship Chandlery and General ffardware: : I' : : i

left for WIlkes1'err' today before -
grease spots, the most common of nil AND 605 S. PAI>AJ'OX STltKKT. 1! 1' ;
the arinuncement nia-l". It : i :
was l" i
stains" finds that within a few weeks
.:u,11Ilt ill\"ti'ted in the DAILY :NEWS One Cent a has Is not known here what he thinks of -Aa-EN07 t : 1
after treatment the garment anunsightly '
i the commission's action REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. P.OEBLINO'S FONB CO.'S j ; i
I '[.T.U often bnu;;* wonderful remit: There i is noW ring where the rpt was. II
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RU'-VEL: & SON'S PTMPb.
>d or mfdiiiui in the state for realizing a want This was due to the fact that when the International Coffee Commission.New I : I i iC4HPAauES.Y'G'I

stain was rubbed and the grease;; loosened York Oct. 31.-Hrt'oramenu.vtions eun: Ssr'iii 'iljfi l f Siis, hts: Itt:; !i"e: a:1: iforU, iiji, Slslss t 1\; f ; ;
.. '. !th(-"'column*. I
; it, kicking an absorbent, spread have been mado by the Interns' : HOC. 1 'i ;

tIf itself into the surrounding fabric. Thisis tlonal American Coffee commission, I
I
MoKenzis. Oertiug Collectinij Agent; for Bar Piitg' Benevolent ABU i ii
HAVE YOU A WANT ?! t i the right way to remove grease now In sfnsioa here as follows, in th.; elation I

I shut: Take benzine, ga
---- I or, best of all .ether and moistena in the coffee-raising countries of the I t \ i I >

I r r I large ring; around the grease spot, I Igradually ; world: Prohibition by the means I j THE GARDEN SECTION f! I I

... ,\ Notoriety Punted.i. working toward tlit center.Vhcn ;! most efficient of the exportation by the i I

; : \I Opinion Wluted. ; \ this is reached immediately sat- I t
J producing countries of low grade co:- I| o-O2T1-a i"

'. : partner Wallted. ut ate two IIKVCS of blotting iiainr with i fees and the prohibition of the impor-1 I .

\t' QuiltersVauted.; the i pint I. plan out- beneath and the I tat ion by the consuming countries oicoffee I, ensacola Florid, h 1 IA :

E r / '.1. : RoomsVantcd.. other on tll" old prii null a \\eight.j i of such low grades or any !iU'). Iilanc..s I I t tI ,; !
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: ea.! j Wanted. i I'.v th'iu! ''iiiithe trntiM-I will be abooorlt.d i bearing the of coffee or'I' I
1''' Servants u> ,.II..a as ilisNohtd.iiH \ 1 name Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i
a G .1 owl' d. I TeanI'anted.. destined for its adulteration. Ado> ;i ) !
:
Hi." WI" J. Utlfonuuen 'Vanted.I I ton: of Affective: measures to obtain ;, .. tI f 1
Beautiful Lots for Sale.
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!
I I :' I: 'r 'I'dJt..d.. Vehicles 1Vanted.! \ from consuming countries a reasoi.- !j I ,

: J Want.ll, Wins \Vanted.K : ? ft able! reduction of the customs duties 1 i40x137 3 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord I : .
I ika-M M and other taxes affecting the importation I
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r Wtd.. Xperience \wanted.LI ;
:
distribution j and consumption (.fi'ttTfte. ing to location and surroundings. : : :
L \\ .!Ih'd. Yuu're wanted to lava I i v t
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I ft.'i I It I Organization: of an irternit.'inal ;
M : \\.Ipd.: Ze.l enunh to place a ; I Neighborhood : '
: ,. ., ( I 1 :' union comprising the gieate.-t I Exceptionally Good ) l, Beautiful View, i I

E I:j !:' 1.lIruirr of counties iiitereste'l. espinaii I High. Dry Fertile Lands. :
l I t ,
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II I i? maintaining a constant prop t. ,


tif\ ;n i 1II!it! HIS, r.nlIIU Q Iuo /. SPECIAL! HUES BY TH 'mt I g.in.la! : by Sf)means as to d"velop of the to press the ma\-and i iothirv'se Tho grandest opportunity for investment ever I i I'' n: :

cflered in Pensacola. j
\ !} t WEEK OR MONTH. N; invim the use of good coffee in ti-! I ; !

i whole! world EHmnatiPn! from th-'

kt .. -_e... ... '. -_ ..= ="""' ...= .,.., ..-_-_ ...,.--._..-.._-,...-_-_ ....-_.I. I! I' o-wniiwr of the all-Britteh' Pacific (';I. !I Borne Seekers Should See These Lots I !k: ; i i ;
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-C f' "'. -' l- tty of the universal production to red | :

t I, VL/ .. I_ 1) 1 I ,t"o th. supply to such HD.ITS of con \T..Clu'bbs :
'n
I I'.l r'-llIlhc.'I' I.:irul'.. I I i surfon( : and bcsiifps; a b Ianrp of .1 .. :
The pouir! prff rwx help to 1.1] the "
i I certain quantity of cofffe to tiP withdrawn -
\\ .it 113 Knglnftr who rax.ifjt' of tune but it avails httlttohuic Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
I It. Liugtium Kitnil 'O LAM tUVXKR OP. DKALKRS- I from the visible stock of thf i iUt'
r the of Ih!>t'lot'. VVL n-n the f.ioe ,
.. 1 !lave LandsJorsnle' ravages
,- '- at the olliff you saw null or Turpentine I
i -. n building.: 11'0 writ" tul. particulars to* I II is uiMigureil l hy eruption., the treatment: world.l I '
l.'iotro I :*>l. Jacksonville, Fill. rooks must go below the surface to the blood, F. C. BKENT, WM. II K .OWLJ<;:'!. W. K. HYKK JK., J. 8, KEK8E.President. ;t I ..:
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I __ which is corrupt and impure. Exhibits; Befcre President Diaz. I Vice-President. C.hler. Ass't Csti:.rHirst { j

I 1 1 LEIr_ u.u .__ .. 1IA1U.CiMKS. ( ) ) : .. I>r. Pterce'sGolden Medical wl.ich Divovervcurcs City of Mexico. Oct. 31.-D. 1.. 1 I t ,
ili.-.fiiunng eruptions are I 1 t I
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BanniKartfn. of Cincinnati. 0.. \T I"
I' grave U
M \ .".SI iniprovcfl rrnl e SARAH H"Hn"- hnufacturt'r caused by impure blood. It cures sera I '
ntli uimiuntsAt! lawil dealer In flair Uoods. Hats.ToiletArtlolesHalrOllPto.S19 an evhiiition last night before Pre
Iulnus erysipelas boils pimples, aLlonaJl
sores
,. 1 DanK
"'I Le ju }' Krooki.St. W. OoverBratnttro I l':
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z'alaKx ; ., ( ihb rSiultn I ctvenia salt-rheum and other eruptive ident Diaz in the national palace of ,
dist" ,ues which impure blood breeds and his sew ytteni: of gas lighting; Th"prPsidJTt. I" l
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--- I fer.K. military and 61'f'ff'tafl.l1Eta.'fr
'I i"> you need niouryT CUT I'1.OWL'ltti. or PSKSACOI: SXA. -
"I w.tr..uhkdIh; eczema from the crown i *
and the
warp present, prPSidonteomplmente4 ,
amount vnntps .
I\'Y you o'six' lit 11 I to the "It' of my fwt "writes Mr '
a and lowfiii rat>8on I l/nnr FLOWERS: and flora, Leelgns- K'li:! (1'in.k. of l: t+, City. Tuscol. Ci: >.. Mich. the American invention II I
improved city r-ul \j Spatial design ordered for cUbtc.mr.. "("MI'!! not WAlk al times nor ..t >r mv shot Its I DxnEo"orf: : :!. t ,
Siccess.Cable;
arrttlilj! douthFala ln-if 'I I I 1"V'lus-on"Vloletie .)\\)r"DoII':1I.t Urt.gl'rJ'"dIm, TiK1,! ;r !"!"i.th tlu-'i ,\r.a>.' wa ii'i help none for meat 1 went le.+to st theo see on ; WM. H. Kl>WLES. W. A. BLDCNf. F. 0. liREiriK: HYFI JL i I

'" -co f.... :.,1-! *t Chn-tin Hint and there heard of D. G. ;r.- Ni ,
7.500 Mites
I J'lttKUIU"i: I t1- _urI ill'.t I" !' "IT'C'n" Mt-dical! Iliv Long. J ;
.'f your property,pro- \L"TBU. CMvrv ha i don,' f r them anj \\'alh'I- d to New York Oct :31- Great !mpors -
..,' I",.. far !'. t I might nf lrct it j 1 < ; ,
buy or sell r"Iu- -- ttit tt ; !{ n' '
Is .. L: ,. descnptloa ban Y1'10 I inIi> nil"ill t.. t.e: uae" and pit \ bottle U1K'f' atfifh! here tit the cantingopening 'r 9 '! J t
| \VASTii 0' empty bperI fli1ith ?? Ii ,
t.. taXA s attend to, bctt'.r a.A.' :JDYAN. ccrnr i iI ; a'nl tnndc nujroiuiw. that I wOI.II.:1k it I : of tie' all!! Rnifi! 1'3C'lk: "anys rrg n ul niykk ? ;ij 4 fJ l I I't
I ., ;
\ < >. L.: Watson A Co.iiii'f. i I ___ Ii h ii! h.'n 1Iin2 \ .r'a1l. th'' time 1 tookthtrt.rnlitt..Athe .
'. tens |i I I : Goldenl.ir.IIi.cwPrv hlP. ? a Tr'hu: ,f' dioatr, h from faun
>tuh Aiwrate *
J
ngi '
'\"' roevtryou I \\TAMKi: >-OD!"I>U.TS: wt' pay ics, ac 'I ml! ten M..'.- '.. I" run' ,. I'leasanl Pell don TV'f np'rt'or."f! of the line hrg-5: I
t I etdrnt.dtatbandoldacebeuentstop, l 1.1-. 1111",1' IH0.3hni.h.:\ which madea : II
.. :-, w., .'llIlt'nd nrnryNuea. 9d-tI I r..II"Yo,1I ,'UI1r"t.t.. .\ dEttICAN: cinipUle! cute It wa. -l"w but err I was : Irt-1'eing'or the first time t r.nti.-n: t wI0,.. our ova Bills! of "xeMug, oa 0".Britain n, Jrti' I ,.: J i '

!11'EttN: In. \Va.Uington, U. C. ..)- .1-1"-1 takiir"I \iniiM: Ilk! m,
\ 1 i.: 0H I\:.T. I \\' To'JI-l-'our solicitors; apply to li'l i Pirn'e'' Golden! Mdicnl' Di>c )vrrv. before wasting I The eaMt Is 7.!cup m!;>-! in Iwtnh Tip way, Bwe'Jen, Pesrasrk and other European cocctrlea.fjS '1 Ii
I > Thnrnttin.at No. il! West do\ern-- time Rn.lllh'nt'Y I o'ivfrFannirtt portion :s t"n ions '
I. \ 1 \ country hom | mane street belMeeli. and III o'clock in the i if The sole motive for substitution is to r'Veaeeta | i
Ji3brir! the slop: yiTcrubln j
i Tortr' and !
from car .>reuoon.'AXTKOMen. I"Je ImO est without: a break in the word: upon :e.1 ;
\ i tw tulle dealer make the little 1
permit the to more T ifcaL POll of astirailon Tan I \
iole ai : t
.' 01i j Obligations : Piy< 'Jr Fifteen Hsj t ::
i.ir mv" property of n'b are 1-\\ I profit paid bv the sale of lcs meritorious Carr.;le ion cf Cable.! after Vessel! Arrive tno-8 ; !I' "
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irtK-ular nppiT at ; to learn barber trade nie-licines. He gains ; \ou lose There- i Vi'-.in. H. 1'.. Ort 31 -Th" la-t i- f
lest proposition eler offered. Mt.re i
__ Slolm experience In one month ball shops In one fore accept no substitute for "Golden i j link! of nIP par.160 cable I that fM: "Safety 5jposi"i'-: Scr.cp for Rent In Corujaclloa i.f : <
Tools I Discovery." I C
jeiir. pr."t'tHt'd. wages 1''lurdaYfi. Medical to Norf.i'k la"i. }'H1--: w .1.1I I with *wi*4 r1* V99n It mae, Prln ,
It .lll n""III-. beard im-ltid ,I. \* rite for catalogue to- Dr. Pierce's Pellets cleanse the clogged :'1\:1 pri : A "artm8nt for tho U. 'Iof
day. Mole barber College. New urleans? ''J r"mf11 :H'd today or a.til"d. -.- : Raatctrti.:
1 1-1'I:ItsNAT(o 1.1S. ":2!iU i system from accumulated impurities. I: I'
a coMiration: is to tip tfl- r'If..l V
"j i> n, waft of -- -- -- .
privileu l'ul'II.I1..1 theater to m.1.rJt'thf' .1.! ..
ICltOIllNICKLY \ eon
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t\
-u. :oiil.\t;.i SIIHV hI-tie poul rlab.room. - - I I of the lire which will cccc.' t i- [ WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
S rt FL..:\1silEl) front room for
,
I U ..'\.l.l.. cated. Apply southern at kit etpnurecentraltytoy East ; Intendencia- ,
street. 17oclni i who remember to provide } : iTrrPi-
F ,'-'it below cost: n fine | tJIo ac tutice Hostesses!

i ..a-t, from the fnelory. ; - ---l\;r-att- -nt. | hA t fatal I d! &U 1dIlaua. i footstools fcr the short women among
i* 'I. nruande kl and ._ D .
remembered
.. ---- ---vvVt their are gratefully a
1 pue-tf. t '
li-lo. co'-t.ht I tiber'atf K. OK \. hall far rent for dancer, etc z ,, ,,It.-,, .r .J
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TIHrl\ltOna ( tflunier, Tboa. Johnion by the same. ,
I j" Apply to "III. II .. I. of... .1
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or Dan Murphy. 'Soint I E. .. ... JUa..alle III" '
F most desirable lct In __ ,
iiv terms, by thf Knherv. r J '{ IlfilSY! I05E Ii I I A wet; cloth wrapped around a milk: .. ".."... .''O'M"IHu....WY>U.;.'..,"I'.vI' I. i i' '

I' :'Jt'l% Mould HHHOI 1-.1011! Itoiirilliii;_llou-o._ ] r U f: z "ulfj1 r;& jar or bottle will cause the m..k! to r ei"u ,... ."';".1.1'10.t.-"".t..",.u.,. ,'.-. ,.r.....',,1' I :I
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l pOAKDlNU Hll>Eat 1S'l1PPIerttprings, !: its swtMe- I longer.I -'. ", :,, .I... p,;. ,, (;" 1" I : i
ki-Old ,
,' '".. illId.'il '--\\ oltf onlf. 1 ) Mary. Ksther. Ma., Mrs t'ondon. proPrJ..tr" I .. : J. "It ..... ,. : j/ 1 t' ,
> All the comforts ot home at -
I very reasonable rates. Northern tourists | :f money f fua&d.rsnsd'es Co Wm I PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT. \ > '. \ \ ; :'.' : ''' .t ..:\:'', ;: .
1 'r' mtz. i'7' Sru'h will dud tbls 311111..al toi-pend .. \' ... .. ,. .
place ; '
a r :
':..'''r of Iborouehl.rrU I of the sea-on. :olmtjLOWKKS portion rccosnirs byKnt : ci Many broad minded ply! ;ici:m= r. '. -. . .-. .. ,- : .w. '. "'. P"f I I
n ill sell at r.nonuN prescribe Foley's honey aci T-ir. .- '- : \" tf .. .
:r oIwI i th t ,rf fee :;: : ." .. .;. : : l'J! ;
... Fit "!''''_1"01' I'uilcruh: Fhici:3 cs they have never fJud01 >:if unt "' : . .. ; .' ." ::1
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rt.'It -.11..1. I I-U r'UNERALN: tarnl'le.1- KMccy and Bbd.1t! totihii' i 1 reliable a remedy for throat and spend r. itr tt-- UI.oj \( ""r- ,' : n 1J. .1.i ,
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a -"" -(' ---wtllIx+ NL.1'\ pronptlvlnbougnetsorepeclatdrslgns I 'lUC & sad 11I #\ lung troubles! as this great medicine.W. SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUIS MO. E
i.tV right street, Ot Moirtte OleDo. 5::I Vest Gregory A. P'Aleinberte, 121: S. Patafux, ..
)'...,'18Y. Ous-it I ;)bant' 19.! SSdlm I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. ? t. I _- <_._ -..,::.:_-:,_ ::;_ ,::\Jf < 'J. '.f' .


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1902e



e_ I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.Sach's .

_'_: ,';: : .:'. :::.:" .; .: :j_ ;';" ': Right Price. REFUSED -


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LlOENSES
The i-rlt-e.>f t.XD LreK" Baking/ Fow- I ShoesFOR

ftl irina.n IIt'r to the liousekeeir Id ten cents (tt)-tea for

i! i full pound (16 Oi net), packed in a luoisture- --

y 'nKdtiucan. This is the lowest J\I1tiIilc, vrivI APPLICANTS! ADVISED TO CO

i I it which for best! Baking Powder can be nmuuii.ro LADIES

i I : ml. HOME AND BRiNC BACK :


!, A NURSE.Two I
Richmond Virginia.:

.. __ ___n $1.20

2.S2..5'2525252ic.I.52.:3': : country couples had their

C dreams of married bliss! severely' 1.AIU

SOCiETY EVENTS I shocked this morning when their I I

for licenses to wed j:
applications were
9 i )1uII 1 5 I Seems impossible, hard to believe, but nevertheless it's true. M 1, i\i,1C

( .. .1rr'rir1r31JrriH a AND PERSONALS f refused by Deputy Clerk Burton. I AND TUESDAY we will sell the SACK'S: ; SHOE for Ladui i I' ..
,ftr J That official told them to go home
I Leather Tip and Leather Top, all this !'et: -on's newest good-:
S and get a nurse, then come back and
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he wcu'd talk business with them.
Mrs C. Walker and Mrs. Allie i iI
-. I | Harrison of Milton are visiting They looked at one another question $1.20

_ r FRONT OF UNDER THE REO DOME SHOW. I 1: friends here today. ingly and walked away from the
PAIR.
.
George LeRiron of Birminghamis building.It.
- -- was about 10 o'clock today that I
here on a visit to his mother, Mrs.

ti'l!> "f :11-: .. o -u-.:. itv -. -t:: nth ?' F'" ji,"'nn exhibited att Florence R. LelJaron. I the first couple bashfully, entered the
I Every pair of Shoes bearing the S\CH'S trade muk-ir- -...
'. Tliut i iwLy! tit.- i ul ia fgifat.;: :':a'I-"fa 'i.tct liter*. IYELOC3.
: clerk's ot! in the house being
court ;
ce ; -
C i W. F. and J hnJ.Ja'obof'
Comer
Am it IS thtie '> with a feehag :, MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY.
"il use It N H Frelc'1.i"ctnc.tt
I <,f cut ..:d -i..b!. j'iifictou ana : Atlanta are among the well-known i I directed thereto by the janitor.It .
,f wonderful .'_" u.j
'w ng : ; : pride that tae: coannitten. atiiioui.ces
guests at the Merchants today. few minutes before either -
ru -" .! >'een to !be seers f rtes- I fiat 'hey h..ve cured van of theca I was a

i Fi'Ctre: FdKu'uiiis tu b" exhibited The Misses Lang: of Mu'cogee took would make their wants known and i I

ez r bot!' -M .enio in and f-vfiiniy duringf supper at the Merchants last night i] finally the prospective and temporarily < MEYER SHOE CO.
CUCli \-al witjo'i .t exti price.. II j
ELECTRIC FG UNTM! { AT ,
r .and attended the liou-e at-
The fouiium si CLf..d is one of : opera overjoyed husband blurted ;
I
the miiiiitf-rt of a o.,n.j liciteJ nature -', traction.
THE PEHSAC3LA CASH1VALI ; operateJ by a powerful electric out : Feet FurnMim for ('all 0111)J
II |
I rarItH+ Mid I/o n guarantee: that it..j The steamer Undine from the navy "We come fur to get married ; is
i I j,; ." of tle bp-.t of its Kind a* it v.-is I' yard had as passengers; on her trip
fe t} > 'mm:itt.-H ,PLO !l.4- kid chi tChP | once the rn.ncrty of Edison, tie I! this morning Mrs. W. C. Wise, Lieutenant I this the place?" : 102 SOUTH PAr,AFOX: STREET.

_ 1 k e o) : iree tx.nLmand atti ,cti<,,..Jf'tj : great e-o'rici! us. I I H. A. Herbert and others. Mr. Burton answered that it was, ; .-- -- "-
I TH de-cnbd in an adequate way ,
f
.1' oomiujrCarniviI hartineit- and the official began to have visions [
l.p > ed :' at nothing; but the best le :. thw beauty if the fountain when in John. P. Corey, a former businessman ..0...e..o.ct... .C.O.C.O.I......... .S.G.D..U h11l/
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upeiation !, beyond the of the .
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scope of a ceremonial fee. He came : .. .
I of Santa Rosa is theE --- -- --- ---- ---- -- --
brought here and this end the county, at 8
w &; : to ordinary new-paper article, !but it is ..
r inf-iiibi have been working I sufficient .o say that there is a my-II | cambi:1 today.: Mr. Corey is now over to the desk and started to (till i'

+ '. While it is yet !. )- predict the I''jrud of dill-rent: colored sprays of a travelling representative for a Mobile out the necessary blanK when a stop I i : Dress Goods Specials /
r), various forms of aiiiUi Pnerrs tc' be j water. !steam and electric lights ; house.
( peen free, yet from the el HS <.f :artists i i *hooticg up over one hundred feet, supply was made when the ages were learned 0': .

l ,' t heard from :0 tar tncre call b" noxuitakr while at the topmot piuacle of the I There will be a meeting of the Li- The "man" was 1C and the lady 0 ) -AT- t
s made when it stated thit | fountain will be presented a .,1) .
Association! at o'clock Tuesday ,
k l : the citizen-dt Penstcolt and the! uu dinc beautiful brary o 15. Au older relative accompaniedthe

t viitlri to tilt bu Cinnval will be I Tnii is only one of the many novel l afternoon. A good attendanceis lady, but as neither were accompanied Ii THE BIG STORE St i
+ surpri-ed, and agreeably! oil). features that will bebrousrht to Pen- requested, as business of import
TMI| H oi our citizen-: w rf f..r- sarola the week of Nov. 17th. attention. by parents or guardians or I .
ance -
requires -- - ---
K- : lrV tuuate to t I-it the World's Fair at | Watch the newspapers for novel- i .
I Ii had show there
to
means was
: HuH tau and Charle-itou xpo .iti>Hi i tip:. Something new will be introduced Peter Kuntz of Chicago was an arrival any :

_ 1 will! vividly! renumber: the lU.1r't'IQ..e. I at every performance.Cnuld I at the cambia last evening.He any objection made, the license was I i $5.00 i

A 'P I II is an extensive timber manufac- refused and they were told to con- .

!t2 .., text. Matt. 14S. and at 7:30 I, turer in Indiana and invariably j I sult the nurse. .

:t j : SER'JICESMTUEC3U3CYES; .Siid I If p. m. rate of father's favorite text=. ,': spends his winters in Pensacola.The I This couple was afterward seen :. ;I #!)-BUYS THIS OUTFIT !- <@ :.

Sui'diy school at 10 a. ui. ; Y. P. Nomads will hold their firstmeeting
+ i.t3sQ.C.3OR nearIu..cogee wharf, where they : "- "-
1 pOt3rv 8 YARDS ALL-WOOL MATERIAL ;
:aG1:3) C. Lt Gall p.m. Prayer riveting! *
F ii : of thi* season at tbe residence 0' II
were said to have in search of a
gone
( .11 IlUlie, every Wednesday exen'ng at 7:30.: of Mrs. Charles H. Dishman II
;
r i e.c 0.- LARGE SELECTION OF STYlES! Ii i
All judge who not so exacting.In .
invited was
are
t j ""*'. \l (>lue <-Ord''r of diviue cordially to attend atlo'clockMonday afternoon. All I ) "_

''+w .> .i\ .. for the winter : 1'Ir 1 +211l+<, thee services.: the members are requested to attend l an hour after the above had e. ) HEorr.\R ode GRADE .... .. ... .. ..*4"i i '";
T'' I 0 1: ONE YARD :SI LK OR VELVET.. .. . . .i"" .
t gii i 7 i :I. ; tldldr: h'-In.l", s a. m ; la-t I.mhcran.G I promptly. occurred another rural couple enter- WAIST LINING .. . . .. .. .. .. . '"_'.-, I

=Ill 1 mt-: serulrt,1(;J a. in, ; eveukif ;: ..rmm: Lutheran Church, J. F.I',' President S. )r. Lamont of the ed the cilice and wanted the requisite -. : ; SKIRT LINING . .. .. .. ...... ..... :: i i
)f ; tt i d." : :!.u-, 4 p. in.Joseph's \Y. Reinhardt, Pastor German ; ; ONE DOZEN FANCY RITIONS ..... .. ., .
t'r" t I ter- :,, Southern States i Lumber Company, papers, but neither was over 16 SPOOL SILK .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. ..... .jo Si
+ +:. ]:ov. Robert Fuller \vice at 10:30 a. m ; English service i i wto has baeti here for several: days years of age and their request was : : i BRUSH BRAID .. .. .. .... .. ... .. .. 2' : '1 te
jt ton. Pa'tor-First mass, G:30J a.m.; at 7 p. m ; Sunday school at 9 a. m. i iI looking over the property, left at ; WALE .

hin :ii,9:30: ; a. ra. ; benediction, ;' I noon today for bis home in Louisville promptly refused.IT : :' --- S

illl.m.::; I IJ Christian Sknee. Ky. Ii i 2 FULL VALUE. . . .. .. .. .. ...... ..$;;.fS; :

t. Services at 1'OJ West Gregory street I is HOl'UUTL j : j Saute in 2'ic 3I.iteii.iNith I'aiu-j JSraM to :

nay.rM. ::pia'utral. l I at 11 a. in. All interested are invited The Halloween party given last I If Local Applications- Alone Ever : i MatHi lor .. .. .. .... .. .... ..... .... . $3ZJ i:
CiTi-t Church-:Services by the : to attend. I night by the Ivy Club wasa brilliant'success i
I Cured a Case of Catarrh. : tf'' rvn Buys .'{ yards Fancy Waist Flannel. Lining, :
g | ; }
all
/ -* rt't't'lr' Rev. P. II. Whaley. at 7JO I IS and greatly enjoyed by ) UU
: ) tpZ. Buttons Silk, 3 yards Applique Lace C" 'jr .
tfP Iud I II l a. m. and 3; p. m. I' huiutl1I1)'. I|[ who attended. The prize for the i, Mot remedies for the treatment of I) I.egular.llue.. .. .. .. ... . . .. ... .. .. JZ.O J .
Every one is cordially! invited to 'I 1 best dressed couple was awarded to i catarrh are in the form of sprays inhalers :
j :>t. K ttiier.ue's Church, cornerVrvintes :
I will
'1 powders, washes or salve, i Samples of these Materials be Forwarded on Application i
j ft. t (. and Sixth avenge Rev I attend the meetings at the Barracks: : )Irs.'kf's and Mr. Archibald J. all purely local applications and .0 ) .

1J4- a. J. R. Iicknfoll, Priwt ill Chtrp-; DeReachestreet. Halineasmeet- Dunn and for the most comic coupleto miny of them often give temporary'.: ; j This Sale Good Until Nov. 8th.Special t

:' 11 Junior Miss I5j\ven and Mr. Jones. relief, but the rea-on none of them ) .
Sunday at m. class
-. a.
h 'r ices rot 11 a. m. aud 7:30: p. m.o I ing; ; I .
i i ever really cure chronic catarrh h
i \ : ;, "L M .ry'B Mi-fon (colored), Rev I meeting at 2 p. in. Salvation meet- The ladies will give a six.banded ,i because catarrh is not a local di+ease'': ei I Sale ShirtWaists. : '

r. : t .: !El. Hicknoll, Prifst in Charge; ir.gs twrlIi6ht at S o'clock in the I: euchre party: and dance at Library: i and it cannot be cured cimply by ;, + 1 i.
Barracks: ; open airs at 7 p. m. Capt. treating: the local symptoms. fI I .
,
1 1 II iy school at 3 p. m.; service at hall next Thursday evening for the !| .
: Moreover the more !>serious formsof
C\.llie Holder: Lieut. Kelhr 0'
ti' k '-11. at the chapel, curler of Jack- benefit of the libnry. Tickets will I catarrh, like catarrh of the stomaeh : : SEE F.HOWVIX DW*, :

i-1 e r '11 mil R trett,*. I.I officers in charge.Seamen's _. .!Ii be sold at :!;) cents aud handsome! and catarrh of the! bronchial: OJ \ S*
tube, cannot be reached at all by : Sample Skirts,
i
I 1'. icnil S'I leff. i prizes will be awarded. The Pensa
s r y i 1'1..I'.t. I- I The S3anien's Friend will cola public library ian institution 0 ; 20c Off Regular Pn.r-.
: P.. Ls Society I neglected catarrh of the hf'ad'ery ;: .
1 < ': Chlel-l'rt' .ahiug at3 '
i.Ii p.tii.
tl services at 3:1): p. m. that: is worthy of liberal sapport. soon involves the bronchial tube, 0 ;, I j
f ? : bv, l ie"s,1V. tl. Vreelaud. .
Sunday in their readuu room on i': Attend this entertainment and enCourage :stomach: and liver, demonstrates 0
;
.ti G 'iJ-len Str.-f t Cburcb. neQ \ \\ street, in the Corner ; the ladies by your patron- a tint constitutional: the disease is malady a blood and di-order not at, .: I I Men's Wear 4e
{, \ ;'- hnd.: Pt E t 'a buildiu,: north of the Scandinavian age. I all a local! dl"eae. ;, i
'a (I 0 Fine Stock Dot!,11
.
; a M and hSO 'ni. anJiy school -1
t p. |+j church. S'eameu and citizen of all ; Among the new corners to our city j ji To really cure catarrh the eytemmut Second Fl-mr *
)
'Ia: ... '
ut : ti i.i, \ H.D'Alemberte be cleansed from catarrhal'
't'I: -i;; iii-tend'T-t ; worth League at [ denominations are iu\ited. II. C. |,i tins week are \V. T. Tracy and wife I poison by an internal remedy which 0': f Suits .... .. .. ,HO I, : :- 9t
I Cushman, secretary !iof Viola, Tenn. They arrived lastVednesday. acts effectively the blood and
s ; sot s- 7 ;jL :".. Mr. Cade -'hackelf, prt-i-- t I I upon 6 ) OvercoatsforMenO !
| \ They will make this liver. .. t
) and S m''
ra d'l't 1. :dieiJ, Society will meet I ;.\irlhiN'lir.::. The of catarrh Roys .
b their future home because of the fine I success a new J I
.r R at t1! P congeal! Monday at 4 p. in. Latter: Diy Saints will hold services -, remedy. :Stuart's Catarrh Tablet-f i- : ))J ;.- ,-_._..:.. Crack-a-Jack Taut, .1
climate here. The Church of Christ .
a i l P tai.lx!: street Church, Rev. J. M.Du'ielly as 7 p. in. tomorrow atsaints' i becau-e it drives out of the system, ) -'-:- ; : ,'_ ,',=' / ; ,"_ Stock:, all ,..IZt". I50e.
{ cornerlcaniz and Jackson streets, i through natural channels the ca- : --;<< :
Pa,.tor-Services tor.ior- Hall, No. 52" Eat: Chase I II '' : : :
I. ; is pleased to announce to the public turhull'l.ioll: and the mucous lining ,-,7 .
.
t. roar at II a. in. and at 7ft\ ) in All invited.
; street.! .
It I 1' j that Brother Tracy will preach for ft the no-e, throat and tracheaare o '__ _____ _,_ __ __ .
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: Si: '11 iyehorl at Ito a. in, Mr.J freed from the excessive mucuswhich .
: .\ l.USKUAl, OFFKi: them. Though yet young in years, collect* and causes the hawk Q.e..a..O..O..... ...... ...e..a..
) N Audrows, 8.J;>t. ; Mr. J. A. I
.i_ Av ut, asst-tan:. Epvyrith Leagueat The! undersigned will rive a free I he is a man of good report, both as a ing, spitting' and gagging, became -
I ,:an:pie of Chamberlain's Stomach preacher and Christian !gentleman. the exca-ive secretion is not fur-
4 p. in. Mjndiy afurnoou, W. A nio hed from healthy blo->d.
I and Liver Tablets to any one want- I He was with thin congregation last THOS. WATSON & CO.
Y Gi sta, rn'sJt-nt.; ins; A reliable remedy for disorders tUirl': Catarrh Tablet contain ,
spring during a short vi-it. This ,
I of the valuable
same antiseptics -
of the stomach, biliousness or con- i many
; its p..it. a'ip ati'm. This is a new remedy congregation at present is stronger used in sprays and inhalers, but LEADING REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,

-t s- Fir-t Baptist Church-R'v. F. and a good one. All druggists and 'I spiritually! than ever before and expects -!! instead of being applied to the inflamed ,
I medicine dealer membranes of the nose and 1'KVSCOLA, FiAitIl.1,
to do a good work in
JOIU"I'3..tur. Ser vice= at II a.h1.wJ'j I bringing throat they are taken into the stomach I
s :;*u p. m. Sunday school at'J-Oa.;; ;sinners to Christ. They will be gladto i and thus reach the blood, the Southwest Goner Palafox and Ga-den Streets.A .

a m.. E. D. Bagrs, superintendent. STORM MOVING I have you meet and worship with real seat and cau-e of the di-eaoe.ituart's FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS, ...c ?< >< :'


A c irdial invitation extended to all NORTHWARDThe : Chn-t his no man-made creeds or I' of Red Gum Hydrastan, Bloodroot, :

attend the laws. God is their lawgiver; ; the and similar I .
II) -e services.The catarrh specifics; and so Two large dwellingsstory, on Vo'thRavlfn I Two stores connected by lar. "
-- Bible their creed ; for the Go pel is i I safe to use that little children enllericg : street. with all modi-rn conn'nlenwltb I II rooms and kitchen abojoternment %-
Church if Christ : the power of God unto salvation' tol l from colds take them with same: !' sea, gas w at<>r. and In residence portion of ( street, near Tarrai.'>'. >

:r : Ci.urch of Christ, Corner Alcauiana Washington weather bureau that believeth II beneficial results as adult persons.No city, HAl per annum. I rent RS! whole or separately at nrectal. "
Bible school every one trace of cocaine or opiates, so' Large and comfortable dwelllnK !- tory. .
fri
; 1 Jackson Streits-
y today reports relative! to the storm -- - -- common in catarrh medicines can with ga and water throughout large lot. ,
11 and with oathoovs located on the coru-rol ,
l 9:4"a. in preachiiig at a. m.
; warning; of which was given yesterday be found in Muart's: Catarrh T..1blets.Frances' La Kua street and !tttn Ave., IB per niontb. Tbe f-Glnn Building cormr" :' ".
T.oii; p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, 'BARBECUE ATBLUFF mrnt awl Tarragona streetO"'*.' .
.
1 as follows: i A d"iralle one-story dwelling, contain for boarding house. Appyforpart.
Tenu. ; prayer meeting Wednesday I Diplomats Ci- ing T rooms and bath gas and water ,

;r Il r, at T..O; :;; p. m, lesson at Hebrews, 4th "Center of disturbance moving SPRINGS! gars at Solomon's cts' reach throughout of K..lt and south North frontage Hill car, within lints.! Will easy :' Lirgestore--v.m. Bavlu;'. "+.. : .'
+ tendeucia IX: mon )
streets
t' #, chap'er. We would be pleased to northeastward over Santo Domingo.No I straight. lease for tae per annum. per
,
l s A few offices on Palafox street I t with ------- Two-story dwelling, containing room
have meet us.
you indication of hurricane In West
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street. "Tbtt-sen ttullling, aaa a larg Lit'
4 I near Kelt Line, No CIO S. Barcelona .
Regular communication ant suitable for meeting pur
-room.
will lease; torIanperannum.:
rte :'t, Pr.lt.ftl'ri Indies ; but strong north to northeast Between thirty and forty citizens of E-cambia Lodge No, 15 ; -
Si ,
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4 First Presbyterian Church, Rsv. winds will prevail over the ocean left at 7:15 a. m. today for Bluff G F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m., i j u -- I '

't t1; Linn R. Walker, l'J..tor-3er\'ices north of the West Indies and cC the Springs to attend the barbecue and Monday HARRY, November W. GIBBS 3., .j Examine the corks on I: Genuine Schlitz beer ha

I ; at 11 a. m. and S p.m., by the pastor. United States coast." I political speaking enjoyed there. hecretary. every bottle of Schlitz and the name branded on the

funday school at 9..50; a. m. -- --- Several others left at 12:15, and all W. D'C. KESSLER- M. i see that they are branded cork- Don't accept substi-

FOR SEED OATS I |I "Schlitz." tutes.
Christian. I will return at 4 o'clock this after- Watch your corks; see' .
.. : Central Christian Church No. 16 Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat, callon I I
I noon. A report from there just before that they are branded I will repair yonr watches ana rOll can get your house
sl East Romana !Street-Junior Christian the \Jellen.Crosby Company at J. I
first-class style.
in
noon a great time is being chlitz." jewelry I at Mar-
says furnished complete
t+ ? Endeavor at 9 a. ra. ; Sunday the Alcaciz street warehouse. ateibena.CItJ.
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ict school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. Phone 334. Ssblrn had, and a lot of interest is being n ]
i Try Force at Solomon's.Agents sv NOTICE payments
t !
at 11 a. m. taken in the matter. .
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When call for Schlitz --------- I -- ---- -
you j
i the captaIn.o..n.
k I l"ni\eorbslist. beer see that you get it. I i ECZEMA, NO Cn F. >O PAY. Wanted. dtSEITHER consignees of the: ASK HIM FOK A Ilf )GINS- ".'
Uuivtrsalist Church, East ,-,-_ _- -_-_ I Thorulfy will be
r, First Look at the cork and see !' Your druggist will refund your money II I I AKGE PROFITS made selling tbe celeI I I Ii for debts contract.
Chase Street, F.3V. Mrs. Atcalu J. 1 PAZ UIMMEM fau to cure Ringworm brated M. A M.rubber! collar..cu1-, elc. ; ed by the crew of said vessel. The finest line of umbrellas u t.8:
thai "Schlitz" is brandedon Tetter ud ricen and Sore. Pimples and agents wanted; send stamp for catalogue! '' W. MAJOR, btepheas'. Cio >*
I Irwin, Pastor-Services at 11 a. ai. Blacltbeads oa the lace. and; all skin dis- a terms. M. & M. Mfg. Co., t-pri ig; id. ,i \%. L. Klttlca Co. \:aDtaID.lOJine@ city is at J. I.
subject, "She Hath Done What She it. i I eases, & cents. Mans. it ', : :;011 :at them.







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