The daily news
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 Material Information
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 10, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00987
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Ohio. Man Shoots Sweetheart and I Imperial Yacht Hohenzollern Reaches ,


Then Suicides. Special to The Daily News Special to The Daily News; Port Victoria.

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Iwui G. ,>i. ta, 01 Lt.rist iile! Ky., a who for 20 days l Ly in a mysterious ; I k
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gldolli.ll ot the engineering depart state of coma in St. Van'ent's hospital

: ', BRAINED IN BED. __ died early today. Her case was AN IMPOSING NAVAL DISPLAY: I -- I
. J' meat 01'ande! hit: university, ( an extremely puzzling one to medical! I i
Nashville. now a division! engineer Oi BISHOP THOMPSONDYINC
CURE practitioners throughout the city. Tha
: ,-ent Used In the Bloody the raihuad being built from Santa German Empercr Lards:: on Cr; lisp '
girl: fell into a state of unconsciousness '

-;, ,rd Husband Held on Sus I PROVEDA Spiritus to Santiago de Cuba by th', Oct. 18, at the house where she was: Soil-Imperial Special Train Bears I i OF GANGER i
FAILURESpecial Cuba company, now in this c"y, stat.'s
-').sorted Baby Found In Pile ,, that the new railroad will! be completed : employed as a servant. At the hospital His Majesty to Dover-First Royal: J '

where she was taken, heroic et. ,
I in Chicago. bj the first of December and trains. Dragoons Reviewed st Shorncliff... I
: forts to determine the of her
will! be running as soon as permissioncan Special to The Dally News: i iBirmingham'
t :.' Daily News: to The Daily News. condition met with little success. Hundreds Special to The Dally News'
be obtained from the Cuban goy Ala., Nov..specIal' I S Sto

I I :Xov S.-Homer Cra, Ma-on. Ga.. :Nov. 8.-The case nt! ernment. The road is 3'tu miles Ion;. of physicians examined her and London Nov S.-The German imperial The News from Jackson, Miss., i
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1. :a.i b! in Groterport 0., Ida Taylor and Lavinia Aiktns'ersu:; Mr.! Amos has been instructed by his every known method was tried to yacht Hohenzolle: with }:mpc. says that Bishop! Hugh Miller Thompson I { t
awaken her but with little
:iiily; ; 'd as a driver for Ella: O:ooms. came up in JusticeSmith's company to make a tour of Inspettfon T\v o or three times she was aroused ror William on board, accompanied by of the Episcopal diocese of Mississippi I I ;

::: ::11 .u this! city, this morn court yesterday.; The case: of sugar plantations in Louisiana. The and spoke a few words, saying she wassleepy hf: escorting German cruisers and a arrived in that city yesterday, tin

": in murder Miss Alma has attracted attention because of b- Cuba company proposes to establish and flotlifa of British torpedo boats, reach a hospital car from New York. TE* r t
again became uncon-
.. x i.l! iii'r landlady with ing a unique one. Ella Crooms Is n several large sugar mills along the line scious.Electricity. ed Port Victoria at 8 o'clock this distinguished sufferer stood the trip f

,', u, 11. !love, and then blewi white woman whom the other two of its road. General Flagler, Dodge, mirnlng. fairly well, although he Is suffering =
hari I'
was applied and
i !I.a. women, who are negroes, caused to bd:! Belmont and other American railroad doses but Ineffectively. Neurologistsand The arrival of the German emperorwas much pain. lie was conveyed to flea t I

.\ committed in Miss! arrested several days ago for cheatingand magnates own the Cuba Railroad com made the occasion of an imposing home on Battle Hill, from which ''t4 : I
pathologists tried to diagnose thegirl's
u' :"3 Stauricg street. swindling. pany. The company owns every foot DUal display. All the warships HIShernesa will never be able to depart, as he 1. : t !
condition, but could! not. Spe- I
: :UD shots one grazing The Crooms woman they claim professed of the ground over which the road ; were dressed, their crews slowly dying of cancer of the throat. t
cialists of medical field I t'
: ,' .it her taking effect in to be a sort of hoodoo doctor II' runs, and was built without concessions every 0.. manned the decks and the usual salutes ; I
in. but arrived at
were they '
The ball glanced ant 1 and claimed to he able to cure theo; from any government which welcomed the imperial \lsltors

,. arm. She will recy women of certain bodily ailments, :f I otherwise could not have been done conclusions as to the cause of the coma Tie emperor wore tho- undress uniform ,ASPHYXIATED 1 ;
cr diagonsis. It was
!. is at the morgue they carried out her instructions. under the Foraker resolution. of a British admiral. The German

,> .\ai i .if relatives These instructions were not in taKing even suggested that some one had ambassador Count Wolff! -Motter. BY VOLCANIC CAS
hypnotized her and efforts to throw "
medicine but in giving her all his who
-- off such spell) made" but to leh soon joined majesty sun
their valuables in gold and silver an.l
: 3Y AS BAGGAGE Her gequectly received the British court ---- ) t
purpose. temperature Increase'lrapldlr.
.-- anything else they possessed. ThnC'groes i
she became emaciated! anlfinally Special to The Daily News t 1s
ataC1i.! were not satisfied with th-
Itsccpe Bag TO SAVE SISTERSpecial ; stopped breathing, after having .' f i
cure bo had the woman arrested.. SUo! k
; Station slept: continuously 20 days. rew'or Nov. 8.-A private dispatch 1
4 .in fully tufkfl l was bound over to the city court on a received here announces tha ,. i
An autopsy will be performed bv
Iai;;; and d.rctisc"1 l bond of $2fiO.CHANCE of death, says a Herald dispatch from the : :
one the city's leading physicians nun
:. a hay only aid to The Dally News; City of Mexico of General Manuel t
effort to solve the I
mysterious cause
..,- toaay at this iNCHINESE Lizando Barillas, former president of I
New; Fork, Nov.: Run'down b>' of the girl's death. !. I
:. ;S'i'i' olUL baggage I Guatemala and a colonel in the Guatc
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a brougham attached to a
runaway .
N.i.jt.lSe.u cl irn. i iIirM't mala army as the result: of asphyxiation I

it Wia LEGATION horse in this city last January, when : WAS 1\ by volcanic gas in the vicinity f !! '
he risked his life to save his sister,
'I'>n sound of the Santa Maria volcano where .t !
Louise Theodore. Hewitt, a pro*n- ALREADYMARRIED !
'A : astou -- General Barillas owned a large ccffea ( i
Inent dry goods merchant Is dead. Ills ,"

." Special to The Daily News. Injuries had resulted in paralysis! plantation. ;; I
.I< ti> e.: .. St. via J
\\aahinston. :Xo\ 8-'olinI'ter: which caused his death. He was 53: -- + > Y

'- 1 aij.men: thin has finally served official notice un years old and for a long time was ad- % ANOTHERlARUSTPLOT
,' 1\ J. at a nearby Special: to The Daily News.; y ; .
viser to A. T. Stewart.
this government of a change to D1 .
>- had cot been made in the Chinese legation here. Today With his sister, Ir. Hewitt was .Columbus, MiLs. Xov. 8.-Advlcej I( & I '

Hi i evidence! of hav- receive 1 here from hickory Miss.s. aa
he called at the White House afcompanied crossing Fifth avenue at Tenth street '% DISCOVERED 4 i i
\ small hole had inland ion in Newton county, giva 4 i i
by Mr. Turg, his first secretary 1 when a horse which! had taken fright 1 I t

J- to admit air. of legation, and presented to at an automobile dashed down Lover an aiocant of a Mississippi girl's hay

I'lesideiit Roosevelt his letter of re Fifth avenue. Quickly seizing his ing bei.n duped through; a matrimonial If 1
\ FOREMAN SHOT. Special to The Dally News; : ,
misted Mr Hewitt thrust her away agt-nrj in Chicago ; 3

-- call.Mr.I \Vu. acting under insructious from the approaching runaway. She The young lady answered an advetisenuct -' EMPEROR WILLIAM. Barcelona Spain s'v. 8.-The discovery '

r ,sL. : When Refused Work from his government which is very I ; d-Inj\ry.; IJutUhp.- was t urk-b; I in a matrimonial paper, meta of offlriaJs sent to attend him and the of another Carlist plot here has ) j

I'.s cf Lynching. anxious that be shall return sp'dlh'l the polo of the wagon and knocked to n.an through correspondence, and other members )l the German embassy been followed by the arrest of a number \

I'a. Xov. S.-Dennis to China to carry forward the woikof the ground, sustaining! the injuries I finally thO } oung man sent her a tick of the leaders of the movement. j

"1. .I' the :usQuehanna; preparing the commercial treaties! : whih fventually caused his death. ft to Chicago and: money to pay ht'tIJ.'n""s After breakfast Emperor William! Apparently Its Immediate object wa* I'I'to I'i i
:M"es at Glen Allen the She left fo
on trip. secure funds for future
will!! return to L.s home immediate.y i landed, the cro\r of the Hohenzollern operations, <
hot today by a m.-- and without awaiting the arrival hereof 1 Chicago, but upon her arrival thera manning ehlp and cheering lustily and the plan being to raise the standard o! 1 i! i

Hnnes,. >S-, Two shot Liang! Cheng who is to MICCO'd hirj ''I QUIET RESTOREDAT the young man failed to meet her al the British warships firing another salute revolt and reap profits In bourse transactions !1 t 'I

foreman one 1ml- as minister to Washington and is sti!! the depot as per arrangements. Being as the emperor boarded a train by operating for a fall In '

,l lumen and the other Therefore Mr. Wu will!! I In quite. a quandary she appealed to prices. h :
in China ANNISTONSpecial I I for Dover, on his way to Shorn Jiff 1 ;
Ik-nnessy maJe appii- of the l It- 1 the I Jl1ce department. acid thro'iz I .
leave ,1. Tung in charge Mere he will review the FirstRoyal 1
to the foreman anl i their aid fftUD-l b'r intended swain 1i7. camp i II '
gati.in lure until the arrival of his! J I Dragoons, of which regiment he :1

: him a place. Tins I !UCf'SSQr I i ing in"a suburb_ of the Windy City. Hi is honorary colonel.:in-chief. I WHITE MAN : l -

y and without apy -. to The Daily News: proved to be a married man and was I ,
Unit uaI. precautions! were taken by
'1a.. revolver and be. BACK TAX CASE ilirmint;hani. Ala.. "Nov. S.-A staff at the hf.aro! a fafuU)'. the railroad o1 iclals. All traffic= was I SHOOTS NECRO I : I L

I I The officers took charge of him but ;
corn-lioml'ent! of the Birmingham flopped along the route to Dover half: f
T'i plllar, and there
Ira his paring the lady $1''()
News who left Ann'ston: at :3 o'clock: upon young an hour before the imperial special I --
.Ig. Dorns cannot TO BE DECIDED for her trouble and also; furnishing he itSpec'lal
this morning reports that the mob train was due. Large British and: to The Dally News: i "
with return transportation home h3 I
which assembled at that place yesterday German detective staffs! were on duty, 1 :
was nleased, Waynesboro Ca, 'Nov: 8.-,Jim! Bell, I i I Ia ,
ar.d last night to lynch the negro and the Junctions and the approachesto shot and 1
WOMAN nE'rro1181,
MURDERED. mortally I I
Special to The Daily News Ja.-on Baker suspected of having the stations were closely watchedand I 1'
wounded James
013'1 I by Roberson, a
'cI With Blunt Instrument. Jackson Mir.* Xov.'ix The belief saultul! and robbed :Mrs. Williams, MURDEROUS cleared of spectators during the white man here. Hoberson denies! i I ,! r :

is prevalent around the state huus rliSJI{- 51'11. Four companies of troopare = passage of the train. It was raining the but I
'barld In Custody. doing shooting, several wir I I
that the supreme court will render i's Ftiil surrounding the jail. heavily when Emperor William left
N 8. nesses testify against him. Rober- 1
'v. -Mary Ann Mo- '
decision ne\t Monday in the celebrated Mrs. Williams who is in a critical LADRONES CAPTUREDSpecial the train at Dover, whence mounted II i
son was arrested and placed under
old, was found dead ;
'in.In this city today.: JTitu.iMjij back tax case brought br condition, was unable to identify Baker on one of his own chargers he rode bond for assault with Intent to mur i i

.. ;, .!(-.1b\ ) some unknown the revenue agent against the Illinois and it is believed! he is not the to bnorncliffe camp, accompanied by der. The negroes generally are very I I 1

'nnt instrument. The Central road. Judge Newman Cayceof rlht; man. but he is being held until: to The Dally News. Lord Roberts and a brilliant star much worked up over the shooting ,: 11 i.

Columbus, who I U sitting as special! :Mrs. Williams is able to see him a j I
\\.' Washington cablegram
fractured. HerIs Nov. 8.-A
judge in the place! of Associate Justice : second time. Troops will remain on :
under arrest. Th. has been received at the war depart CHICAGOANS AT :
Calhoun disqualified is in th? guard for the present
pied rooms in a tOn ment from Governor Taft dated Manila i j :
city, and it is believed that he is con f
Mrs.; fe'usk..r'a today saying that the Ladroneswho t
fen Ing with his associates on dttailsof BRYAN TEX
V. tinker, who wu murdered D. Montgomery, a '
the decision. LOSES LEG !
.*>: ,':lla peddler and had superintendent of schools, have been P
Revenue Agent Adams is confidentof I :
'. a war veteran, went captured. The murder was committed
.. victory, and. regardless of the nature I FAR NORTH while to The News.; '
"'n this! morning andi several days ago Montgomery Special Daily

load of the decision; an appeal will I' was passing through one of tha Bryan. Tex,":\n\. 8.-The Chicago Special to TIM Dally News: J j ;
at once be taken to the United
country provinces. delegation of visiting business men Anlo\er, 1Ia!>.".: X<>;', !S',John Col. 4 i
LED. SEVEN INJURED. supreme court. Both sides are maui. i
Special to The Daily News. I took breakfast as the guests of theAgricultural tins, a member of the Princeton university i f
festing a disunion
to push the case
i Jumped on a Ten 1'enny Nail. Mechanical football team, lost his left leg t ,
and college 'j
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ms on Cincinnati Ham. to fir s.1 settlement. Washington\ s The weatherdepartment
this The little daughter: of Mr. J. N. of Texas today. at the kcte, as the result of being rua 1 ,
n and Dsyton. morning issued the
\ >\ S,-In a collision PILES. following! bulletin: Powell Jumped on an inverted rake They were met at the station by a over by a train here today. :2 ,

-::11 train and a work l Constipation Is mostly responsiblefor This morning the northwestern cold! made of ten penny nails: and thrust guard of honor of 4'X' > lusty college cadets .. al t ,, t' 4

1 .nuati. Hamilton and piles. Masses: of hard, dry faeces wave shows. temperatures ranging one nail entirely through her foot and escorted to the immense mess book Out fur Fever. I I t,

': '" packed in the bowels press on the from to 20 degrees below and second half hall After they were seated the 400students f r
east of the city this zero zero in a one way through.Chamberlain's I Biliousness and liver disorders at r '
veins such I
to an extent, that the
filed in and were roundly t
the British 1
Inn were killed and sev1 circulation of the blood i3 interferedwith northwest territory. Dur1 Pain Balm was this season may be prevented by .
1.1 One of the injured the veins in the rectum become lug tonight and Sunday the cold wave promptly applied and five minutes chered. In return they rose to the. I !
cleansing the system with DeWitt's
bad feet and made the hall ring with their j ;
expanded and piles U the will extend southward over the middle! later the pain disappeared andno '
a r n' re-I western states and eastward over the more suffering was experienced. cheers for Chicago, and gave the college Little Early Rf-ers. These famous 1 I

1: of Indianapolis sult.Cure the constipation by ; upper Mississippi valley with temperature In three days the child was wearingher : yell.Pr'old. little pills do not grfpe. They move 1 I

Montezuma. HEFATICURA and the piles will falling! to zero or below in central shoe as: usual and with absolutely : nt D. F. Houston of the college the bowels gently but copiously, and i '

heal themselves if not too far ad- ; and eastern Montana, North Dakota a well no known discomfort.merchant Mr.of Forkland Powell is l delivered an address of welcome I by reason of the tonic properties,

aer.t. tempts His Life. vanced. As HEPATICURA is en- and northern Minnesota.! Heavy snow I' Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and which was responded to by George r.I I give tone and strength to the glands. t e i

ia: Ttna., :Nov. g.-Tom tirely tree from irritating effects, it will fall In the northern heals such without Stone of Chicago A tour of the
injuries maturation
is well to take it in advanced ca es.1 I Rocky moun : Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, ; :
-i>' agent for the Western bin districts. I and in one-third the time required grounds was then made and the special Sidney Kahn ; '
to keep the faeces soft. Sold by all :
railroad at Boyce Sta- druggists. by the usual treatment. For aped on to Waco. At the citya 1 i

," sale by all druggists and medicine held under the
attempted to commitv reception was auspices
Quality is what makes price. If I
swallowing a large MEAT &; MALT has a marvelous I dealers. of the business men's club. H. Watch for imitation beerbeing i.
Burnett's Vanilla Extract was BO better i
:.!anum. lie was In a dietetic value. \T bile refreshing and : II B. Vistrot. Its president, W. W. Seley passed on the public -t
than other extracts its price wouldbe I Do yen want a magnificent watch
time Jade all goodbyJ pleasant to take it helps assimila and Sam Sanger constituted! a committee
the same. Once tried, alwaysused. I for little money? If so, call on for Schlitz; see that every t
to swallow the cov ?- tion of food. Sold which met and took charge of the
., byDANNHEISSER Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate cork is branded "Schlitz." :.
>tte. Dr. Holtzclav.v BROS. I you. d-elegation.\
knocked the bottle out - J i ,
The finest line of silver
ir.i. !'y the use of emetics ASK HIM FOIl A HUDGISS 5c. sterling Hot Chocolate with Frances' Diplomats Cigars Hot Chocolate with t, {
goods and silver novelties is to be
r Rout was despondent Fresh Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. at Solomon's-10 Whipped Cream at Solo i imon's.
L; Buttermilk, 5o. a I'found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to ots

a His poItlo,}. glass at Solomon's. please all. straight. t

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BEST FOR( THE TWO VALUABLE l [ KISSES[ ; Winter Eczema drilled: Animal are of animaK latelilgence.Elephants amons! the Their.most Intelligence severely : ANt CUI'Ot cLslsG lIF.L'NG CATARRH DR. G. GOLDSTEIN

I in con-
I does not have free play TUB WEI.L.IvNo\\N

[Orlsinal.] i OD 1 one of then quence. Cat all English trainers .AM ShlLIH I

I---j BOWELSIf General Marakoff: stopping at the : TETTER I I I many varieties fierce that there J Is a preat: difference incapacity C11TARR11
of that tormenting some
them and that
irsnUr. he*!!Lf oy"m..nt of th. Louse of Lis frienl Vladimir slub between Is A1its
isn..u.t a : country di'-ease calleil Eczema It far
M lesson
...owelaopo-n.aalIe..r.. vrr7 cbJ" AU.ell.'rt.HI"r..or.-.t...M tbe i.e..slft4t J.p0101 pnootbSt. y... Kobolef, was pacing his room, pausing, bers through! the summer and breaks will learn and remember others. a Cream Balm OPTIC SPECIALIST$

F tit.cuUrf."r m.p.ll..t |I*'-rf.'I""n.rt.Il..Unir.rou J of ketUcs'lbe tie ro..JIIUUI now :and a :ain to pick up a ttlegram out winter.. The head, feet and ha"...h I more cjuickly than very'level"! brains and I
cieoa U to t..ko the most often attacked though Cats have Eay and pleasant OF
SM parts cinJ } h 4 ,
lying oa the table. Presently one of self conta'iedas Contains ,
centered a use.
CANDYCATHARTIC of th self cct
it sometimes appears on other parts : are too urlou. drol "'- tlpoi
Lis !;t:1fI"ho had btvn summoned. en- body, the si in hardens, cracks open :\ud a rule to show the distinctions! It qnlckly ..tbsorbed. ? -. IS NOW AT HOTEL

ten-il.. bleeds, while the itching and burn-In i- which exist between them. Thl'irftrOlll'st olves IeIIef\ COLD ''N EAD ESCAMBIA.AM .

Captain," said the general "I have at times alrao-.t: unbearable. ScratcU'-i. instinct is toward a kind of at once.
makes it and scabs shared It pens and cleanses\ Inc >a"a) I'ss-ag.s ) WILL KIMIIN "\ | > \ an
received a I.w!;:>age from the St. Petersburg only worse, sores domestic comfort not exactly Allays Inrtamiuatlon. HPal an I I'n.tect- .\\ > t
forming where the skin is broken. but enjoj d in the Membrane. Itestores tim M-nsc : jKjlke that a member of tLe In this form of Eczema brownish white with human U-iugs, and Smell. Large :ize :'&e. lit {ltIlO:ijitm .y

Golden Circle, a nihilist club, has Bet crusts sometimesformwhichscaleoff their company, to which the cat perfectly mall; Trial Size: lOc by mbli.KLY .
I itself.fl there are uiisanthtopic IROTIIEI: ,
out from the capital for the purpose of ; SKIN CRACKSin adapts of I. 56 WarreD trett.>tw York
; fine particles I cats which make no see-ret :

; EM LIKE CANDY tilling the czar, who is Journeying! in : tearing the skin raw AND BLEEDSi I their di!'llk
EAT ** 1' 100001. his carriage betvm-n the town of J- i inflamed. It is Into the house 1Spectacles- ;;; !
ralataMe. r..t.-nt. T.'e o< ? I general, only come For $85.000. -
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__________ lever..bIefl.. Writ\eI Jur;...ire t* (.,mi'ie rll".IO.I.anJ. aoll601 Oo.Itt cenUper cn and the city of Moscow. Unfortunately -,. especially painful and severe when confined under protest and would prefer to sleepIn Cincinnati Xov S.-Thf Shaw ac .

t.eiith. AiUre's C3.JTU.LJG there Is no) telegraph line along the to the hands, which often become so I coal! cellar to taking their nap ingood ,
rw TORt a of c.
ChICAGO w Commission! company
COll-tST sufferer is unable
: IIEUII'I' :. badly affected that the Irwin
BLOOD CLEAN route over which be moves and one can :i to perform the lightest work. This, lit? I society. These are the excx'tiocs; cinnati at Newport Ktoilay sii- :

: KEEP YOUR ouly reach him 1-y courier. Ride to I all other types of Eczema, is due to acid Iln the cat world, but every one has met the Chesapeake and Ohio railway f.d..

him! and warn him of the danger i poisons in the! blood and not to local with them. $5.fHHj for the alleged fai'ure! to df''l:. ,
threatening;, him." I causes. The trouble is more than skin I Rirds are usually regarded as posnsMng "
GREAT MUSICAL FESTIVAL. carloads of groceries to gr
"y(5, general." I deep. and washes. soaps, powders and brains in "cla!;!'es," not as individual. -i er seven '

"If you fail-Siberia. If you succeed salves nor anything else: applied to the :.*, the origin of the U-lief! being, cers in the coal mining reslons! u -.-....-, ,

'. World-Wide Attraction In Berlin In i anything you wish." I surface can possibldo more than soothe I probably the fact that birds of one West Virginia! between Au?. 27 anI! I I

1903. the burning and itching or relieve temporarily 5. The petition charges that
The joun? nian hurried out. while Sl'l'Ces! usually build exactly the same Sept.

: Berlin. Xov. 8.-An International Kobblef, who had overheard the conversation the inflammation and pain. I kind of nest. The generalization. is notcorrect. through the coal strike seven carload
ftttival will be held in Purlin It'is the acids thrown off by the blood ther
musical carried btyonJ
of were I I
:- hastened; to the room of his their throughthe 1 The same species may have groceries
from Oct :1 to Oct. 17. 1&')3. in coicectiou : and which are forcing way I I Spec- destination. I I <
daughter. pores that cause the skin to harden, : brains of all capacitil'5.-Loudull 1 1I \ S.
_ with the dedication of tblUchard '! "Vera," he !;said "Captai!# Alt-sis crack and bleed and produce the irrita. !!I tator. What lie Sold. I I i

: Wagner raonumec.t. One Vruusky, is about to set out to wai u theof I One of the witnesses in s case In a

; day will be devoted to American and czar an attempt. to a.--a !inate him.I S. n&mg.'I'I Mllag ITU :\!etaphora.'ro Dublin court was asked.!!' "Did you sell i Blindness.The 1

English music. The committee EX': shall contrive to send you with him S S S Lord Ud-ebfry's famous "?pade Major Studdert a htrsei" ":io. sor." .

_ : ; pects Mmes. E imes acd Nordica anJ : that you may delay him." I and w iiid" metaphor may Le added t".oor "Did fathtr sell Major Studderta
of all irritating subStances I your -
Walter Damrosch and Sousa and per' Vera paled' and caught at a chair for three !lnp,.:es. not all of which are '" "Did grandfather vast ainoui.t
and humors I horsa.- "Xo. sor. your .
haps Juicy!! Buck to take part in it. support. mixed metaphors! perii'tuated by Lord horse?" "Xo sor." curs through n vl-ii .
it I and does it promptly and effectually.S i sell him a defect of the eyei
_ If genu'tie: plantation! music can: h'! : Koliol danced uneasily at the Lrl! S S. purifies and invigf.Hhethin i LondumUrry. "%Veil, then did any member of your ; ed to at the prop-r : ;

ohta'.n-'il. 1 ii will be product a.1' and hurried away to the :&tal.lex \\ licrt- acid blood, and builds up stntire: system -1 III 1'W LI ml Londonderry threw the family sell Major Stnddert anything?" cases have C.MI:" .

: fred niuci!1' also: wI;!! be a feature 01 Le found Vronsky in the act "-f uiuuntIns. ;then the ur.=ightl eruption and sores : hu*<.' of lordsinto n Irs cf laughter: "Yes. sor." "Who did. then?" "I did. tice. The patiei.: : '

t ; the fe.-r.\al: heal. the skin bevome1-! smooth and soft, I d.iruig: the debate in the second read- sot "And what did you Sell Major short-sighted: len.- .

1 An tt>. ?rat: mi'tary: bands of tl03 "Where po you, captain' and all si 4113 <,f the Eczema disappear.Our I' in::: of the lii.-h! Iud loilllJ) gravely de- tudd rt":'' "I sold him a mare !;Or." malic in one or b"1!! .
q How do in order to strike *p- cul b""k oa Skin: Diseases free. ci.inn ihu "this is the na!' m why extent w :
.c. wori.l! ar..iI't! {', Lre fr tiKoccc proceed l' : The counsel! sat down, and the court a large
elon. an 1 "an.oc them the Turkish h. the roa.} from M- to Moscow V The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. \ou Ii,} \'e failed to settle! the Irish landtjUfM'i.n roared. their weak eye, tl-!: ,

: tlzai'f-s: : m'I':!'' ('lfjlil An auduoriun "I cannot direct you. but I can send - -- I in the future as you have done !, tie or no defect (:1',1 -

'f be erect" some one with you to !'h..w111.. :\0' .. In the last." Kclicltoa. of the weak eye I -
I 4: seating 7./1'1' i j rsons. will NIIr.r.l Term '
rapidly -
I increases tgreatest
t- : on government gmund. Em per:>! one hero knows the route except my I Itlaubwr. Vi'IrU t S.K. li.o i puiu'ipalhots I in l.il-( I In the course of the snuio ppeeck he Barber-IIoWs the razor, sir? I amount > :

; r Williani! has been invited to beconitor > ." Hard:1' n'\: <.-\ t.e: t.ur 'ul.t: damsel: c'lWciudetl n p riinl with. "This: i.s i the! Cut.wer-l.itlu't kuu\v I was being gets out of u _ And he ordered Vcra's bur to be 1'be kiss: the ke.\ time of the bill, are you going akil .
; rrotH of the fpptlval. Prince lIe of the \\ lsc.ijirii: iii.a. shaved.Barber ; ; i.; ;

+ tt ry po,:a My will be honorary presiden:. i raddled."Oh : follow, the batik and! the draw" Le 1 : 1':" (ttl'l'edJ-\'ery glad, I'm ate until it inse- .1.1!

: tj The ouamifee! i is desirous of bavin Vera." said Vronsky as they i I replied. "lJ;),," lo\c-lj! she exclaimed. letter still was a sentence which heUttered sure sir.CustoiimerI. light; some sinpl1 .
riding fide by side, "what happino in 1* an a.'fJ1itp! rt.--rntation from th were "It is almost like a ursL.p.: Hrst n sjM thought I was being: oecurrfd to lit t
tj Unit-i S' atP'';. It has not yet bivdeternurf 'n .;-.; to h.'IOU with met! 1 must reach the lover ja-ta a kiss.; then Le- follows on the Irish! !land .'lu1.stil'n. "That sandpapered.. London t'itkMeUpCrztnaed permanent bhud!.---. .

_; my goal in time or spend my life a the: girl all nl.out and tlII'U"- your l..rd,.hip will\! see," referring: to a are with a Urge an: :.
? .4S wrr> wm!! orgnize tbAmerii l'
: 4Ij prisoner in $ihfl'iiu ." ".\litl then" interrupts the man who ]u1otu lion he hail just made, "indorses From Her former State."She's : both eyes-it may l< _.
end of thf undertaking. .
k L1 an .\ expression of agony passed over 1 aspires to pesimkiu-aid then they up to the bill what 1 have said."-Tat- not is pensive as she was before : well as mixed a-tu-i:
can real for somti I'
: Vera's face. I and lie to the bankand tlir. maided her"
1 married goes you
get '
c:4: MONEY FOR CHURCH CUILDN1G. tae book \'ereh. -e 1.
"Do you know why I an with you? : draws. fur that is Ins cue. unless The Home World. "Xo: she's expensive! now."-IndianXfWML ing to spasm of tiiii

4 General Ccrrmittee on Church Extei rather sent me to delay! you." I he wises to be frozen." (For the U-ne- Zf-Iica the dam of Dan Patch 2: WH, ,polis apparent: short si;': : !

; ; .' lion Makes Apportionments. "A nihilist exclaimed the young : fit of the unsuspectiLg reader adds the will be bred to Joe PatcLen again! next I patients consider t.! :

I Phiat.a.: : ; No\ b.: -The. gen. ..-rcomrarue < man. Baltimore American. we will state that spring. With tIme exception:! of the British "ighted, and btli'v- .

t( on church eMt-nsion: of tliWethoiiat "Alas, In me principle is weaker than "cue" and "frozen" also are billiard Di.lce C 'r. by T-aron Wiikes. shouldbe I ,'irliament. the Swedish. riksdag is the prove as they grow .' :

: (U E;..M.ap.41 .t-arch! held thl-ir love! I have confessed to you instead I terms. There are still! more than might prominent In the show classes next oldest of till existing. legislative bodies. quentJyetidin p.m.m.! -

1r final sofsiuL tu'aj. Tee:: total amount of delaying you." be worked into the little Jen d'esprit. as she trotted a mile ID '.':11 this ---- lary mucle with t,>: 1
: not content with sending his I year A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY.J. just 5umcient'I.iou ;
I\oholl'C. "
yI. q authii.Z'-l: tur church building puposeo :' such as "scratch. "break. "dri\e, fall. I

1 :; ;or tue coming year was fSi.uw: daughter to thwart Vronsky's effort I "tip." 'table" "run." ttc., but! lack of IModine. :::1l\: by Diablo. 2K)9H.the) N. I'.ttteron, niht Dolic>min 1 with.adapted Had in spect.u'l'ly ; tinu :- :
sent. one of his tenants. Ixanovich a of Nashua: In., write : "LHt wintPi
made the theme to !
I APliottrn1erth' wtre today as I space! prevents carrying: pcnsational Oregon pacing; mare: is out errors of refraction t : .
I Iud bad cold ami
devoted nihilist, to follow and a on ;
Oi1Oi4 \\ ... the bitter emUIInllt. of Dione, by Secretary son of Directcr. : I n'advHti.ed enpyed good su:;.t ,
him if ..*ibl >. As'eri spoke the last tried at ; half d"z-
r. South Carolir.a $S')'); south Califonia po 2K. couL'h raedicmps and! had tre'itment tI fume.lit..
$>>.> '''> ; .outh G<;rnan. $13" ; gout ) word they heard Ivanovich's horse'shtjufs I'art. fit a \Vatch.Tbe I from two physiciat s without frettina: Goldneln' -;. .
bt'.itin. the road behind them. i minuteness of the parts of a Mother and Son In Pen.TIaIeih. suit in perfect fit. i-> :.
Illiuo.s. i' "j I'>(.llth Kansas. $I. >') } : ;nv bcnffit. A frieiul'pconimpndedFoley'
'4 ; fcouthw'it Kana ,. $1.-(111 i; TnE,ss; -Hide on." said V< ra. "(Or your life. witch is shawn by the following fig; ;: N. C.. Nov. 8.-Mary Rfk- ; Honeand Ttr and two. :, nature's deficiency 'a

.I1litk: $7:'>; T-\as. $1.;5';'". ; Troy. St.*""': lIP' Vronssky hastily! llr.IIl'r toward : ar,':.: It tskt-s 15;: i."i>t of one certain E'rt. aged 4ft. and her son. Dan. agd 1 1 thirds: of n bottle cured m*. I consider ,, the adjusting powi 'idation" .: ,

9, Per Icwa. $! .I"] : upper Misissipi;!. him pn-SMMl a kiss on her lips and kisul of"ut':11 screws to make! a pouud.T.i'1 16. are the latest arrivals in the pen it the greatest 'o'Jh: ard luna of the ha t.tirely irequirement : .

". 27' Ja,.hr.J forward. Vera rode back and I">v<>t of the !1'filanee wheel is onlynt'tvobundrMIths itentiary. They murdered a man on mpdicin in the won I." \V. A.D'Alembertf >-i.' :
: fl.oco. Utah. $ .11".ermont.; | ; overlooked b\ 1.
met Ivanovk-h. of an inch ia diameter. in Madison afr.. 121 S. P .lmfox: St. ;
Virginia. Washington." ; $: "Who
conrierr! she said. sent
"The I
German l.ow; west Nebraska, JiJ-.; I. Each jewel hole into which a I II a quarrel. The other: gets: li j' .':t- i.i expriencf of six;. '
; to do? "
i,4 you. What were you fits is abait one-fiuMuousaiuhs :t" .
: west North Dakota and Dakota mi&ion I phot and hi r son 10. him. by mo-t imjT';
"Kill: ? the courier if tiossiblo. I of an inrh larger than the l.j\'ot. to with tIe 1 tejtc'!. i.' !
$l.-3:;;" : west Swedish. |Si>; wt-t
"My father directed me to delay sufficient pl.iy.! The finc"tmw ALt.VHOUF ATuMizkitin I', correctly(-t tl.! '
: permit -
) .I I :. : ?"<' \\\i !
Texas. f : Virginia f2'"i: coit'cgent : him." I ilYonflaveRheumatism SP ;
-unable collection
<- for a small sized watch a tieatin nasal catarrh will UK tIme itacle
fund $1"11" ') ; emergency fun 1. "1't' and for fear would not succeed reli.-f ,
*. you thread of Mil to the inch and weighsowoiiehuiiilredamlthirtythousandths to gi'e tfu
from Cram
I ':5."" "irJ t 1 was to boot him. I knoYOll betresult; Ely's Liquid -...._ :: 1 iMi Wft:"fl Vsp'gfo time eyefor t'!. \

for I Halm. Price including sprayingtube ; uients in prof-....n,t. il :
have been trying to divoy him
of tiiiL .\ pallet! j.-wcl weighs one
,'t GENERAL TORAL'S MIND GONE. I a iK> il iltht
7; ct3. Sold by "druji'i-t i or
just saw him kiss: you. That kiss saved I one-tiimndrcd-nmd-tifty-Llieusmadlmms; of a COX: < lLTATIOXNATION AN: ',

him. I could not shoot withQut bitting iiuiled by Ely Bros., 06 \\ am'lI St.. i i'l.l I I '
kt He Con-mandsd Spanish Army Whe : puui.d: a roller! Jewel a linkmore ,..,. _"-A _?.....
you. : hundred and.;.ifty sistliotiaandttis. New York. ; KMarston '
Surrendered. I tl.in 0',<." two OFFICE HOURS :
: I Santiago "How unfortunate! I tell you what I The largest round hairspring New Orleans, Sept. I. lt! >",. prcat te<'r,! IB! 3 p. m. Room 27 IfD1t.GOLD'TEIN .
r P Neworlx.: :.SaS>.-Ueiii-ral Tora $ URICSOL f'D.t"rso.d ( .. ',aIVmelj
: tt to do. Ucmain here. while 1 ride ou. IJyprouiisiu ; stud is four-one-hnadredtlis of Me-ra. ELY Duos : -I sold two ",.1 cure fc.:. \\
\\ho romtuanded the S Jan h at .
&: army
? him another Kiss I may be inch in diameter and about nine bottles of your Liquid Cream Balm {"o II ,,1.< rures Liver. Kidney au ; an
CuLl the time of tli" B.aduer d.seafet, d l I-K" ,'
fJ Santiago Je at can by an s ( -
aM" hilll."hen I use this dog Win. Limberton. 1415 .
to delay ; oue-liuudretlis of nn inch in length. to a customer, ,n' at It hcvtr foe ai <1 t .lids i up thp laws of natur-
S t to\vns sun< u.ir.: loat nis r<.a -on ,n whistle! ride forward, ami I will take I Ielachaie St., New Orleans ; he lia- ,i tLh. / ltb ant trei gth unilt m.nft it ; nt-nt irjnries r-i': ,

$' this way, (4'U!-:" the Madrid correpondeut :. care in.t to be in the wiy." I .\n .\Mll.letromrll. u-ed the two bottle, giving hll)11 S. ,.': stamp frbr >k of wonderful cerJTia'es I and theofttinit- .: .

ui T:.( III raId: The man was i'UrsiadetI. and Vera. I I Conrad Cook son of 1:. W. Cook. n.I wonderful and mo t ati-facti'rj re- I dru [lisUi.I'rlce.If Jl I p..r per ilrucKi't rattle' For fan sa'eby n..tsupply : lmi.t; out of renii'i j i J. -

i Lt9 A few days a.io: while at Alhama n rode UII.'r"1'. -k had mtanwhilepressed I A., tuld me that he used; to hold the ults. tiLt W. McDl'M- y. u it will bf sent prtpaid ujiuai : what they alrei\.\ .

ai the soutinu-tt! ol Mucia. he receive \ his hor to his utmost, and paper while Laudseer drew one nnim.il Pharmacist..KNKltAL I i receipt of prce. Advlresa ; to b"utfit"thr-m aSt ..-

; I Instructions! from the Spanish po\en ; Vent did not overtake him till she had : with his right hand and a different. I a UricsclCtiEr.icaCo.losAngeesCal! --
ment tu draw Ua full account uf tb'!, mile and then '. FIIKNC1I CtItdULIFollowing ; ,
: I ridden for more than a animal with his !left: writes J. A. Manson I I S or thelNEiflEmi&Co.KevCrlfaii'.La .

.. iLt1ffL: *urrenifr! of :5autlato.o'rom/ thai : only btt-ause he had met with an acci i, in "Sir Edwin Laudseer R. A." is -the schedule if ti.e :I I 6'1)/ :

ht4: time he showed great signs of agi'. I dent. She found him standing in the This species of dexterity comes from government steamer General: French i I sonzererynice tin I

: rip: tioa and wa frequentlj heard repea road beside his h<>r>e. who hud gone i practice no doubt. and is akin to the which THE NEWS prints for the I Distributing Agents. I Wash Stands 1'1'1

'ft lug the 'Aiir.is, "Siirrind.. surrender: i lauie. Meanwhile Ivaunvich, insteadofwaitins.
; I adroit manipulation of the accomplished benefit of the merchants wlio hip L :

; *ti The r.cv\s has created a %en..ation :in was riding forward. Indeed pianist but is nevertheless extraordinary heir goods to the > ariou- army 1.I Just the thing 1<; :

I Madrid. ; they could hear the:sound of Lis horse's : and several cases are recorded -I posts: i iI II I Iron Beds.

_ I hoofs. in which Sir Edwin fairly astounded Leave. Penfacola ... ... .. 7.* A. m. ': r 1I I _---
I Barrancai.7:;'j. a m JjQiit I ,.
hor'aiJ'ra.. Leaves
1 ActsrAnsers Last Call. i Take my the onlookers by such displays I LeavesPieken: .. .. ... ... vii a. m. .
: Los Angei-s. Cal.! No?, 8.-HarrMainhall. 'One more ki:;!!." I of manual skill. i Leaves !'.arrBoca; .. .. ... ">:15 l B. m. I -. PROFESSIONAL .- ::

'1)k ; well known !! "May it save your life as the last I! Lot-BYI'S l'el.l BCola.. .......?. ...I".id. a. m. I i \'I Tl4 once a tctor I I Arrives Barrancas:: lllu a. m. and then \
lUlsaa! f !
> r..pai.a. :
dead at Sugr.1i ho&pital. Mamha did. I .\ I.rstonllli III. \ntocrnph. :nakes a trip to Fort McKre and then r.urns I W. C. ROWE M D-
With a quick eWbl"dCe'ron'ky Ixwell to I'.arrancas. I! t C- 'e", t.ti {or!:" )::!. @! : I ,
An admirer once wrote to .
came to l.os An; eks six months J, de-I .. .. !
; ; as ; Leaves! barrancas lIap. m : '. :
Arizona from .. tprang' to Vera's horse, mounted andi scribing his autoziaph: collection! Leaves Hickrns .. .. ... .. I.:& p. m. nnin 48 bt.zrsthe J I Office: 17S.! 1'"lal '
from suffering consump.tlon. ] i dashed away. In another moment the with the remark. "1 world\ I Leaves Vu-.acol .. ... .. 4.5'' p. m. '-S -'-1-+* *91,.--" ii,\ 'n' '1i I from .
concluding hours w
to t a. ni i
lIe had "\ c--n associated in foaer :.t.-a\'sl.lek..oi .. ..... 0:15 p m I "c- . .. ,.
with Booth Barrett Wa: : man following; rode up. be much obliged for your nutorraph.: I Arrives<"rraol' !I 5:mi p m. and niakrt i .i. .m. i I.Gr.In! I .r.i1.rt r 7 o'clock
scars "Tin it is asain." he said. "I just I' to McKte and return. i 05.
I re The reply came, bearing; with it a U!\ .rip I Phono
lack and other well known actors He. the ..-
On NNednesdaysundSaturdiy:
Ji -- -
t' came iu sight of him and was about to son on the correct use of the words I I Ii
j1i vas married to Jeffreys Lewis now JIJ I I i oat wiil leave 15arrar.cn: via Pick-
,. I shoot him when he kKsi'd you. i "would" and "should," which deeply i
the stage somewhere in the ea 't. I I ms for Pensacola at 6ao p. in. TIME TABLE.
r1 ".;IH horse! quick and take
me your impressed itself on the mind of the recipient -, The General French is for armyurpoes I
iii tois !! mine. Its ik-eKr than y'rnrs Catch The response read: and mu-t
only :
I Silverware Finshers: on S rike. c LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
Pray do not say hereafter, } would be lave a pas from the qu irtermusteti
New York. N"t
the striKe in the Eilv! <': ware factorif.i "n"ld my foot while I mount." obliged and b- lone with it. Say. "1 i i '
i iI
should be oblis .,1." and olihire! \ours I New Orlean and Mobile
cf this c-ty: has h cn decided up >n by i In nnoth'l'r tu"'uient Vera was rid'ng truly JAMES KUS3EI.L LuWDLLSo I I -- - .
;l the finishers! whn. to the number 01 r Ivannifh's hop.', whilev
j ou
.' away I The Beer tj5 o. .. o.L i So s. '
: L.tt4i1 250. will qu'te at non today. The- I ran Vronsky's and. having mounted. Can..e For \\ orrT. : j 7:1 12lSm UoJii p f..a.e ....r.n ol" ._.Arrl1'e i 5:"'' a 4 .

J demand a work iy of tine hour. j I disooverv'd that tu horse was lame. : Elderly -snc-I! hope you are not 1:5": .I : ::1p: Irl II L-ave... t1oCla on.... Leave, ::: a" .
ThatVICTORIA MadeDANNUP1 11.00 4:?! p 5t' a Lave Mllhl!" Lear lLlO a
1 tii Nearly li') worknvn are now out. | Vera joined Vroiisky. and they mot I Ii impressed by the s-illy sentimental- ( ._ !iip' Tab .!'_. Leave_ s....._ .!lrlf-zint.L'-v.! !: : p ..

i with no more delay till they reached a who hold that lit-oati-c joti've lunrrndor North.

i village where fre!.h hordes had been I oinht not to again :
>co yon marry :
New Minister to Brazil. .
: 1 ordered for the czar and soon after he. I'reltj \\1I0\\-1! IHjii't let thM won / r PMQU! ij ,
I Iilfp
i1'c Lincoln. Neh Xov. S -1). E. Thon;> I o1. Ni). 4. :-a .:
; appcnrod with his suit. Vrontky gave I II I you. dear: I've no such prejudice. My m 1:15 pm' 1..8\6 .. P..o.aenlarrlve 4: ', pm'
of I.mr.Mn! has acrojited the ai) I '
on. Il )
.. .1.1'8" a'"
flt: ; | the warmnir. and nll':1surt's"l'r taken : own dear mother was m.uried thro- sI'm s m 5.T pm : .\rrl stoat tom'-ry .. .., e
pointmcnt of I'.tod States minister t. : l1illam \/'pm \rrtve. 8mml.miianm: : .iam
th |I for thwarting:: the us>a,.::;in. times, and I oi'ly' hope tLat in all -I 7:'}) P m :!:Wa m : "rn\' ..-.. as:1\.III' ... Leave .
4 Brazil This i>!ai'*- was offend hit I .... .ouinII" ... Lace 11.15 pm'
) "And now. your majesty, said! I IroJsky.1 things; I ma.CoHow. her example.! ::tJ it m 1.1t" m Arrive
rty the pTethrT! al'O'it! a month aceMr. : rm-s:O II m l1iIf B DI I \rrl\'l ('lnclOnati ..1.1'.e ':'JJ p m .
1 vUli to commend to your ., Tam I/pm .\rrVe mt__Louis_ I.eave_.:Fpm
Thompson : candidatlor ;)
w. (aliens ,
iWIci, ,I notice this giil. who was sent out to HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. RIVER JUNC1'iO
Ptnt. .. ... from Ntiraska PENSACOLA AND __
t"nlt..d : na'-ir < 1 1 MADE BY ACME BREWING CO -
delay me and instead delayed a man P. H. Dully of Ashley 111.: write : .
; two v. a aim hit 'tli'lrcw! t'1 I I 3-Lsiy So top where time Dot Shown I S(). :!-II" Y C -
\\ hu followed to shoot me.Vhat "This is to certify that I hive taketi nnsr IO-CK.M nnTrij: IJKKU: = 0. :1-00111 o. : ,----- -
favor ot S'I.t ''i :if. T' h.. '" I 1---
-t i "\ can I do for you asked the I is TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. L&ve.._ y..o.seo.ArrIVfo. lCJ'o pm
11:1.5 7l m ..
Si : pm : a ,
two bottles of I
Folly's Kidney Cuie
i .. .... rOh..mJB .. .... IO: 1
L _ _ of Vera. ItUi nIght 7U": i
t '* czar : and it hn; helped me ru..re than any ; BROS i iI flii:: '' 7lo ........ YDIt-Hr5.-...._ 10:11. .
rt I othin::. My associates will find : other medicine. I tried many ad- 1t3": 1:1: ...__..jcambla- 8I 10:8:1":
::1{ Thi* P : kill I 7:25" .. ... ._ Mulat ....._ II 103"
means to me. ; vertied remedies;, but nine of them AGENTS: FOB THE CELEBRATED I 1:215" "
or s'rengtberIn I It S\I\ II 1t': _--" Harp ..... IO I"
OSTET1Efl ; tbe stomictr.nblts "Come with me. 1 will appoint you gave me any relief. My dru2tt; I I. ? 1.501" 1:115" ......_ UtLt1.._... 10:1& ItU:514"
,&ibi J ') it t-i uIt j to service with the empress and you 1 1 recommended Foley's Kidney Cure Harper TOtei. : 7:39 ..-. !of .!ton ... ..._. II Ia:1a IIIO
k CtLEERATCD vork propciIv. 'I ..... Uood !Range._ ..... IIi"
.w n ': shall live as we live in the midst of and it has cured me. Before commencing Main Hone-401 8. Palafox !street a m __ '
ti ; Itwillcur ?.15 .......... Bolt .... ':e::
fy tbe bleed,pr< i guards." its u'e I was in such a R. K. Exchange-Opp. Union DepotP. !:::v" 11:10": _.... M11'.g&n "__ of i:. .
mote a ->imiUtlon : shape that I cunld hardly sret up 2:," U ,, II ........ CrE'u\"lew.__ t:18'" ;
and restorhralth. p j Vronsky was made an aid-de-camp when ones down." \V. A. D'Alem- O. Box fcl. Pensacola, Fla. 11:1' 8i11" ......_11 l'l'r Land! __ 'I 5l6
i on the staff of the emperor and he and berta. 121 S. Palafox St. Phonoa 116.2r.S 11I:! u '1)) H I to-J head __ 1:40""
It aiso cur s 4t u ':11II"$ _beFun1akprlnZ'_ OJ 8:;! ..
| \\ra wore marrit'll.'erl's: father was 4:15 .... u N -... .... Argyll' ..-..- T:..
N ll "l. arrested for his part In the plot against -- --- ---- -- : *;: CWE YOURSELF! I 1:4': 11:1.1. .,., ... .1'ooeo dO l..eon._ 7:211"
1t1I .. .. ._.._ ':17"1JIj"
and sentenced. death. He Cltlav: ;so L IC14<< fraEs" Itft for itnstnri I 5:au 10:10' Wetvllle
Sick Headachladigestioa ,e the czar to --- --- diacbare's.tn5.ointt..n.s, 1':11' .. .. "n' Caryvlle! ._ II ':1amel
was pardoned on condition that the _4_ :SE:1: IIrt th. CBp'Ln owners inii..idat G..M..4 U irritation* or Uk.rstIonIl..w.ctu. 10:. ._._. <>nllay__. ._ It 4IM'
.. ._ of tnacom mener.s, II .. _... .. .. ._ 1J1"
Golden Circle refrain from ; : ...7 j nor cuDsiitafPt o tbf :Nnr" ftOO" 10:17: lhipley
Dyspepsia any be.rkrlzolla mil be re- r.II -?_. Pai,>le=*, stt not a4ma- 'itt 'S 11:<1" II _... .COItOD"ae.._ OJ 1:15; '
4 punkh!: his daughter. 1 fpon.ibeforafebti! coatrscted I. TtLLtL.5cit c'tC5. rnterpajllC !--. 1-J" 11:25" ...__.:'larl:>DIIA ..__ OJ 5tv: .
; b Insom ia. -n i )\UY ALICE RERr.SFOTin by the crew of saij veseI.4LPX | iiATl,0. .ld by Drugisji 7JO" 11:15" ... .... CJpr-u... --... II II! <
Malaru J"RLENSEN.:: : _k. C.8.i. SS'pr wot laA pista wrar I : <1" n.r .. ..-Gran..'' R'dga_- f.f? "
QI II9R5 !Sullivan Lombei CD c apaln hy er Vepai.I t'4"a Thd "- It: 'l noon 1 I .... tnl'"dl ... f.II
T-y it 1 )"lln..l' .. Jtl -, -t 1ircaIer yr 3 seal u.tu.a,ri.ea5 ma, I I 11:15 I It:15 1 ArrleRive'netion ..LI''VI'' 5.


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In nearly all streams where the current

,,', ji-Minst: burglars Is swift will find the nets of !
1 nfortunately: bo you tucked down between may be from overwork, but
the t-addiee wi.iuis
". .,,1 jag or be could n7 two rix.kb or fastened to a flat I the chances are Its from an inactive n '

,. (11 frieiu'.s: and\ i iiW stone mi the rink of a \vaurfail. LIVER. _-. Fjfl F FSTNAL !

i ::'ui!,owned J.K-; TLi'be little nets catih stray water With a well conducted LIVE-fJ

;: f.il'lllls1 ,: bugs Hwl S'imii.K's entangle small' one can do mountains of lai 3 :: _
tKh. 'fhi.y are m.nlo! of a Mlki'ii fabric .
without fatigue. f
I ninoh the.rin spinsuli) its mouthami n

<'>calul'll' of !". i I fill' .. !_ I arc hli.'iiwl; hike; a funnel the IJrI -,, It adds a h and red per cent i I I
oW\ln\\ 0 1OV. 17th
'I in at 1i.1; !. :.1 .i'' I I get i-iiil I l/i lung pointed up stream so i ones earning capacity. ONE WEEK COMMENCING -
i that the water, rushing past spreanLitlitiii I .
::1 mill;:. .lack u.i'l out in position. The nets are very !I it can be kept in healthful action I !

.111: ruuni close toil strong :siM ijuite similar in construed :I by,and only byTilt's I
:: \ >w, trout whicli \ ..u to a !'i'ider's Wfb. Close by his net _ _ :
In.1 1'1'11luJ past bw' I'UiMs his home.Lift
tIle little t.;!' man
,. cxtt-lliled for :i '
i up the nearby locks and under
,,' :! the last house of
'; them .M U will find u little bunch PiUs

I pebMos bound together: by silk threads.In .
',,!.red mj'
.. M.iiJ of the dog
I which the worm lives.Vere it not for :

'. / lie never H'o\eil Graces; V/ome the pebbles att.ichod to it the caddiceworm's : TAKE SUBSTITUTE.

,. I lieeamo used tc I home would go sailii s; t.tvIi ......
-- -- _
.1 harks fl any otuiten A Desire for a Perfect Figure is Inseparable the !>Cretllls au extra vncauiluu lie ( I
<'* hII'I'I'n. from a Loss o( t'te Beautiful. ofteivttiuvs f;,,.U'tis owe end of the silk!: \ "WIIIs a crane like: a well knownshiellish :

.' iricnils came The scent of the violet or rose is n!,; \j i thread\ to a large; stone.Kindred I ?" "iu.vnuse it's an oyster' (a '

.: ,.\1! over niirhti.i ; precious breath they z>s arc the, awl lovely while flovveis the lives whosi o!; 1 !hi0Itei noil) rid.liewas ; f :' ; f i. J : 1 I

I I u.Ve sighediue ;:; Cowers arc brut and v\e can only enjoy MiniN.Ciemral It U stated that a known 1'1' SaisSge J -IIII ilill III' II'
evening, "Ui that at written t.y a costmuouscr: The \ l
( thcui for a Jay, the cmtiuWNllan give! Thiobault says: onetime : l : !- -- 1 >> <<,-% ; ; \
ie WIIh'. 01of ulirn) Napoleon: was carrying: out tiddle In question is a charade anti t1&i\H. "Hf.fir' "
the pleasure of htr fratrronce to us as i ipcnuanctit j ; L" '
...... I
iii tLe COM p.i' n> blessing. The soft fragranci oK'iitiou which could only be acciiini runs us follows: IZ jS !f .tUm" I

iiisupper I we I.iii! I of a beautiful VM.UI stitrtres>ts purity, MI ]>IMiul with al'xolute secrecy he .My first's a little l.irj as 'oj-, I -iW : .: L: f fe r.r 1 lfo!* \ rl, 'i ': :t
11-Cm.meiit My si-cond s needful In 'ay u, i I- tjf' :1 iI }O r"!'" :
iitl up with Lt'alth and elegance; ihe is the rule <<:ie Uiy to the hind of a column, !'lit ; : .
Ia'\\ My 'ole is good with mutton un ,ia 'f i i : I
of '
w liicU time t cf c\ili7-iUan; au tuik-x nKvuve good v. lu-re hi hoard a soldier say I ::::1 11i : 5 I
and an uncrril1ci badge of fcutility.BRADFIELD'S. \ The answer of course is "sparrow \\i..a. : j .,T' '
f bruin il.uiioiuniical taste "I'a.ili. if I \'.'.-\(' ;semral in chief 1 \1 1 >' '1!."" U f" ", 't/I' J ; : I I
fears anil I II grass," which the learned Dr. Parr al- ....... ..;:........-_.._..... .,.. ..J. .' -- ,t:!!' : iI..r.: ""I" ''-t ,. I J
I vli mid do. ..." I
Iit I ,
1..1'\ \t /
,, I I \\':IYtj I MstfJ ,:: i..';:1 u: In | :'. .Linn. \>> t.i JII. .. h ,' :
.": ..;:1.: i! :\&Ii.Lozl. "what would aiulQueries. ..=:...__......_. ::: i, : ,
Female Regulat tLe iuitir 'nptragus.-Ntit: "
of tru'.ibK "
1 deal Vt .: .. : i '
'I I U. N'tjm IH'W in regulating the lunar periods in woman '1 l.e MililitT! unfolded! his i-lan. It was i' 'R

url I him. anil he permits of no wrinkles, pale cheeks 01 ti.,' \'Q' one which Napoleon himself 1'"II..ul"I.llt'u.. ,
that we;'i' tortured nerves and.shapeless fi gures. It iNature's ed.Uavcai AND THKKE () rllEH IX T11K1K I ,Itt
:': n\\ls Ihc offetsomething l.id evoh "Mary, what arc you sitting out on C1IA6 O. K1LPATIUCK
rcnu-Jy. may .
.- rent lie wain: I :: else ami call it "ju t as gool" :" cried the generaLVill that damp porch for? Uuu't you Luow CYCLE DA'/MIM ACT. ". I', ..1

...I'1lI frii-mls si p. I but the menstrual organs will not be deceived jou huM yur tongue': !" it's 11 o'clock : \ II
Bicycle by
t.: nl V) t.ke; tlJl'1I11 anil permanent injury may result. After the battle which' had proved George and I are looking for the : The Daring;.: Ride Down a Flight! of One Hundred Steps on a I : i ti

1 i L\1I:u on his collar II Try our Regulator. Of all'druggists Ji. the wisdom of the project he sought; now comet, tna." KILPATRICK [

\. :.i'c' llnnnah ,coax i Oar treatise on Woman" mailed free. about fur the soldier! whose mind had "But the new comet Isn't due for LIFE : : 4

I I ..iiand we finally 1 I THE BSAOFIELO REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA,6A tnirrond his. The man was dead. I several nights." SLiDE FOR ..

I 11 dlilir. whkh was "Well, we are in no hurry, MR*. SPRAY'S Dive from Top of a CO-foot: Ladder into a Tub of Water. Ii
tluwowlUotl and I'n.tlt In Vnrient iIItiIor.A )". ma.-I the Ground I I. I
:1 \ AVfrlllneton'M ('oolnp".. I Cleveland Haiti cakr. Splash Bickward Fall in the Tub 101 Feet above
who was visiting: one
; ri: the parlor. Once Wellington was one day : gentleman I
.. 'i-rlf for keeps. The Duke the public schools in a Scotch town Sot So Slransr. the Names of the Different Shows Under 1 ,
"i ::!! up Fitting at his library table when the The Following arc
-: nt us scrambled up and without any announcement I asked a bright looking boy: It doesn't seem BO remarkable that a 1t"t"
is there in the study of < ". Separate Tents:4*
I "'hnt profit .
'I .iiiM-l\es! into our sev- in stalked a figure of sin- diamond will cut glass when you consider fc i ;
'- I ancient history? that It will even make an Impression I

and as light gularly ill omen. I "About IS pence, 1 suppose," was the woman's heart Dome. Hagenbeck's TrainedAnimal llf'UMIUWIt'KUY. vvnu f I
;" i "i nght; "Who are 3'ou1" asked the duke In I I on a Under The Red

.. ., i moon w hen! I was I his short and dry manner: looking up I reply."What?" Statue Turning to Life. Show.HouseUpSideDown.. J t. I '

i 1\ .ir.iii; :; some ono at my without the slightest change of countenance -I The heart of a man Is new as'hardas 1 I
"1cli. teacher makes us buy the I
.:: iiiinino M>iee call- upon the Intruder. I :.1shillings. his head.-Lamartlce. / Backman Glass Blowers .
bonks from him and we have to pay
"j *v/.ililes; "f.t-t me in; "I am Apollyon. I am sent here to I t !
.r. ,it I opened s' door I think he gets them for 1pt.'ncc Johnstown Flood. Wild Rose. :
kill you. npieee so he has a clear profit of 'orm. i.
1 1 ,'onipanr of ghosts: "Kill me? Y'ryodd." to calculation." The W rst German Village. Streets of India, !

1. .''I'' or whom wLisjierit 1 am Apollyon and must put you to IS pence, according:. my Multitude are einginpr the praises ;
IMC, to the root of death." London II of Kodol, the new discovery whichis Electric Theatre. Stadium.
I 'Uligftl to do It today?" I making; so many sick people well Dog and Pony Show. The Maze. J' I i

in the house!" the hour I I '
1 am not told they or lie-I trust you have forgiven me for and.weik people strong by digesting Wave. i
with clattering;, do mission." ) oi&errn I BnJ and Monkey Show Ocean ,
v but I must my tile aad JI
not recalling fOill'lllWJC I qQ.( {!.(. (Q..S' eat, ftjdeacon?
} 'IVr.r' inconieiiu'iit; mT Imsr: forest lug uUUousti I remembered your face 1 sweetening the stomach and by Dancing Girls. Venetian Gon ofa. j I"
1 uik'tiK n remarka-\ mmyt'Hl'n to rite. Call again or I } i
Itt'rfeehy.ShLiOh transforming their food into the ,
II.' wither Iwirkcd write me word. I'll be renily for you. I yes: but my name is such a i

r .'.. ll'all'l';: liiisluitne The duke then went on with bis: cor-, plain one 1 should\ think you would \ kind of pare rich, red blood that Fare All Railroads 1
DnE-Half nn
"d' to the i pondence.! The maniac appalled have remembered it quite as readily. I make you feel good all over. Mrs.CranfillolTroy .
Fora \
'! ..aiini.st awe probably by, tho stern immovable old He-Not at all. Your name isn't half ot I. I T.,was writes troubled: DURING CARNIVAL WEEK. 1-I

ililun do, backed out of the room and : face ) number years
i. >ty ;; pentleman I as plain as-er-beg: partlon; your with indigestion and dyspepsiawhich 1tESIHY AI'XKKXOOX.: : :SoIS.. I

in half an hour was in an asylum. I I is much more aristocratic! than your-1 I grew into the worst form. I t\HllDREN'S DAY I! AU Children will be Admitted Free. I
I harder
01' rind as I to that jour name is t induced to use Kodo
mean say Finally was ) _ J ) i.
'. t A nil nit :Man'. IVrcepUon. I than and! after usina' four bottler I am entirely _ u_ --'" t i i'J
HI'I:' see us. One of the priests of St. Francis Xa. I II 1--- cured. I heartily recommend Th

_ ", t.. it Wi.,dows.i' Tier's church devotes himself to work :. AVlmt Stir \Va. Meant Tor. \ Kodol to all sutlers from indigestionand The undersigned takes this method PILLS 1 -' 1 1.c

\. -> will not I I among the blind and tho deaf and A lady of great beauty and attractiveness dyspepsia. Take a dose after of :offering her services as a -
., .'ia." I dumb. lie say that. contrary to the i who was an ardent admirerof I meals. It digests what you eat. flrst-slass: licensed midwife have ,' .7 r HUIIUMKU'N. .. : KX.L1SUj4'Vv ...... 'I I'f i!
ir M wl I I4 -la. k'"
lt .> n i t
,I II "I, with t'oo' general impression, the !blind are peculiarly -I Ireland! once crowned her praise of Hargis Pharmacy, Shepard ing had 35 years experience.Can -' -'i'J ..,' ,-.,' "...r. i ,.I..eih... iLefu.i '
.. .. -
Sidney Kahu.Foley's beat of references from 1'> e .. .n. .b.lon..4 1..1 t I
igtous1o happy and fond of Jokes. [, it at a party by saying: give I I 11 II....,.. ,'o, ,.r,,.or, '".re.'' or..i4 4.. ia I I.
I since meant for an Irish leading physicians of this city. '- d ." ;"!.i ,.rr.., aisra.,. .Tr.t'mqnIsI... .
'l. \' so that we Illustrative of this not long I "I think I was Honey and Tar1I'chldren.safe.surc. MRS. :\r. OIDDEN', \ 'to 1 ,;, l.adi ,: i.s. b, r's.A. 5 1 ,
1 I \1 ur" .U. In 5tt4"" ';.OD. ".In
i:: -nro enough. n blind acquaintance of his whose iemainlng woma II." \ No opiates.curse lit 114 Houth DeVilliera Kt.NOTICK : I -. _-! .. ., ..,..kl-5..r4 5..Ie.I.. ('... '-
of \ -: .0\l "q.j'IIIL' FA- I
,11- 'ong suftlin : se-nscs, like that of all blind, i "Madam, rejoined a witty son '- r '
in a room I who happened to be present -- I
I .I, ming;: directlyv : i are exceptionally keen, was Crin
.. : :ie hide whl'rc : where wore bonie lady visitors: riually : "thousands; would back me in saying; I have been authorized to take ::wi. PARKER'S 1 r t Ii I ICI.

1td. and no doubt i iI. I one of the \ladies left. that you were meant for an Irish::; .'subscriptions! for Wm. JenningsRryan'a .....HAIR.., ,net tmuiiiici BALSAM lh. bill.pruiuolrl I I I
white and perfectfoci paper, "The Commoner.The 10.I.nl growth.Never I :.
I. j\i, mus that there 1 "What remarkably man. advance .. : Fail to Restore Gray
ii that 1.1'has\ :" laughingly: : re i I' price is I.OU per year in I. llair .to it* Youthful Color. ,
I l-ri UIMS, for wliu'l" I b I' '
Those desiring the paper I II Cum :p d iuri t >ir,lolJw& '
... ..
Mind man. The Knot: & .1'1"' ''''':'1',18 !
"ir tln-y! gtepiH.illH'tiod i or have it sent to them by seeding \ .
whose married bliss can 3 ,
asked i Irish couple
'. <> the gated I Id "Whnow, do you I I fl.OOto the undersigned. i
few "squalls" received
!.*- the two steps' 1'ather Staelelnmn. was not a n.M. ROChE, I II
I II 'Ret'aue fur the last half hour she' I a homely lecture from the spiritual -1 Care Daily News. CHOICEST i

but itugh-\ew! \ adviser regarding their disb'1'aCI.i i DRINKIREl I I I II
i nit! do? ba-1 kept' lias dene nothing 010'I; I '
Times. ful quarrch. -
ar expression of '
i .1 1 seized the seven His reverence said "That dog and I I LODGE nlltECTOIiyl

-ping it In a cold I'crl1ia u I'eitrl. cat you ha\eagree better than )'ou." (' ) in I FRUIT8 ;; ; L

ut the moment the The lpilir\! was skinni'is: a pearl. The reply somewhat upset him: "If ANDqNFECTLONERT i

I 'i the veranda the ncoorliin; to the Philadelphia Ueeord. yet ri\'lrellcf' 'ill tole him" tigithcr, ye'Ilsoo'm ,, WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASPencol IIJ
I delicate inoind!
lie had on u'K'u-s of a very change jer
diair to tile table I : 4''ol".le..d"r.. ( tin t>' >"t" n in iihitf ,
that be I i LotI!:". No.3, K.ofP.,
: -rniiiht the window -nit of 1 ill stud the glasses will, r,t,fl. g.fl,. wilh""I/It.lit i knut''Ifft. I 0. APOSTLE'S !
.. that like the : wore had leiice>- of such great uisignify- lure In \01 itlliKl. meets every Monday ertn I II I .. ,
was I' Wfclte Ribbon l.nwdY1\llIeur..ordt'stroy I at 1:1': ) at castle lifcl! 1 1I
murmured Mr. Meekton lag
ltl llll. -
.I. followed by that I Ii lug !power that his eyes through; them i "Lowis the ilitfH-ed appetite fir alcobolic -timu- 1 In the Kloont. WfttioiHnl'lln I II H East CtftrEneit St., :
"I wearulouO I ri'fnvtfiil'y lants. whether the patient Is a continued I I. third floor.'t I
saucers. ? I II
big as
liKikeil\ !
;! who is ; I "
:i Ui.'ir to those
i I the hands i ihzit'" lt.: :-. nse." replied' his wife. 'inebriate, a tippler, roclal drinker or Visiting brethren cordlill) F'ormerlyCordova Restaurant Htan4 I II II' !
: .: I>.irk of !bloodhound: he said I "because : drunkard. I mposiblf anyone to have an welcomed ;
;perspire freely ii this work and IIl'r.1 "When :n ;jUrl aliu! i lot i' with a man, ; appetite fir alcoholic .liijuors after using I : B.A.LT.E. I ():ie car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 i I i !

i'n! > window was broiui hpiiatinn his often In-cn known to disrtJor i she sees mu' IIi't'"t: qualities in hiiiiiIieIt WhiLst
H-arls. This stone was injured i ; uoi.e of her family ran make out I *. Miore. press superintendent Woo I I.
>iit, that |
perhaps obscure! t'\en man'i (Cliristmn Tempt-rance I'nlon V"n-
it of which become wholly
: : on i alit !
accidental dropping:
the tested
"I have
0: ""t our only protoct- by lOris California writes:
acid. The disaster discolored! it. I to hr in the course of a year or s>o. I White Uibliou Remedy on'ery : (
,. E&CO.Plumber
some i
i r way In, but in a drunkards,and the curt's have < :
set'Vithi this very delicate little! i Chicago; Journal ObSUlialt.l
I" Ms.sured.: The nois-o jou In many ca>es the Kemedy was
tool I am removing:; the outer s-kin.and I II i, cretlv. I cheerfully recommend c !

"i.,'i I.v.iw onted the two 1'iir taco bearing po-; I If I find and that discolorul the acid the has inner filteredthrough kin\ ,i i fat Trench lI.ti.rlc's.A lady despairingly. says, our dort.White Union treatment are KiblMin delighted to aid Remedy.us to In find our Members an temperance economical of- :i Gas and Steam fitter ; \ \ :

--Inwhy. then fastir,
I ,
ubo I remove that ns vt ll. A : "I am so fat flint I pray for a disapixiiritmcnt work. ,
1 i'i bick the way they I i I II to make me thin but no DruggIsts by mail! II. Trial package

pearl, you see. is ClflIbtI'd and of concentric can if-I sooner does the disappointment come i\ freeby writing Mrs. A. Townjend 'for No. S Scuth Palafox Street. : ,,1 i :
skins you !
.'. : T fin layers or ChrISt- .
ir- ? Wait till of Retting i secretary of a Woman's .
I workman, peel it I II I than the joy at the prospect years
I "' next day I took my jou are a clever thin makes me fatter than evtr." \ ian Temperance Union'', 218 Tremont All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand .
I down ami down until it disappears. Boston Mass Hold' In IVnsacola by f
1 St.
avconipanUJ my : ; '
hannah Bros., 21 $. 1'dlafox St. r ,
[L"n.e: in the city. We I iaf '
"pry Trne.Sunny Some one should Invent a powder to : ,
i'':.t' dress, fcize and gen11 South I> world owes everyman feel that yearning: to : --- -
e take when you ; ----
,. the two laeu, one I confided to you.-Atchson! ; i I r I II;
a living.P.rake ;: tell a secret SPECIAL SALE FOR 7 DAYS AT I
!. \\ .irin:? n doiby bat, I O'j ay-Yes; but it costs more Globe. '

v, is short and wore a tcr collect it dan it's worth.-Puck. i \

1\ excitement at out ANXIOUS-. MOMENTS. Forty Years' Toriure. i F. E. BRAWNER'S, ; I 1'1 1

-','i..in. aud a crowd of of' To be relieved from torturing disease ; I
Some of the most anxious hours I
::' :'>d about some i>olk'u'iiptiired CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. :
mother's life are thoe when the THE ONLY ONE-PRICE !
,I : two men. : a little one of the household have: the after forty years' torture might -- -- _ _ _ _ _- .,
:r I.- vend taw our two There is no other medicine well cause the gratitude of anyone. i I t t 1 I'
croup j
That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel : 73 Boys' Double-Breasted 2.plece''I 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's
I effective in this terrible maladyas 47 Lidies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
? .
t'.. :. :" we nslej breathUn. Foley's Honey and Tar. It is j a Salve did for C. Haney: Geneva, O. Day Skirts, worth f 1.50, special sale suits, all wool, worth $3, special sale Undershirts, worth $1.50 special drawers to match in
?! White
o suit. ;
household favorite for throat and DSc'each. U
I Ii Hazel
"De'itt'sVitCh '
He says: full line of I Red and Fawn colors. !
and it contains Rainy- Remember we carry a
1 troubles as no Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
;r said the stationinarly lung 29
Salve cured me of piles after I had i Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk I tl
i .\ : muidorcd! opiates or other poisons it can be Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool l, Boys' t
in Ilar'.em! 1at nKht'I''hi't ; nur' sifely given.V.. A. D'Alemberte suffered forty years.' Cures cuts, worth $i, special sale $2.18 each. prices to suit everybody.Look Bhiru and Drawers, worth. $3; specialtocloseI.2Oeacb. ) .I / l i t ,
121 S.: 1'alafox Ht burns wounds, skin diseases. Be- CO Ladies' Black and Colored at our show Wiudow t.
: give Ins 25 doz. Hoy's and Girls' Ribbed l'''I
up iiioii- Ladies' Tnderwear.
f.ow:! was plucky and ware of counterfeits. Hargis' Pharmacy -: Worsted each.Skirts, worth $1.50, special prices We carry on a swell line of Ladies'Flannel and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at i I; -I

:: .hih'rhij and the oti. John Sbeprard. Sidney Kahn.GOLAY saleOSc 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured and Silk: Waists at prices so 2-jc; ; drawers to match. t I '
CASTORIAFor 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and I !
; I
them wear one.
taking into the Skirts, worth $2 50' to $6, specialsale everybody can
French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at 60c r j '
each. 70 doz Men's Heavy
Infants and Children. $ to T
I 2uc drawers to match. t
I "t each other when the :: =OJ Ready.to.WearJackets, our price : Moreno Undershirts special ;
We full line of Ladies' i iMen'i
hid ttni5hiHl. The Kind Yea to Always Bongbl $l.4S to $3 each. You will save drawers to match. carry a r
Lined Undershirts and Boy's and Girls' Bhoea

Fleeced :
doz Men's
: \ l... and Corn Ideal pills by looking at ours before 60
"? i-n Us, I said, with Grist I money worth Soc, spEcial 35c; that we can gave you 25c on. -
.' :t Ii.I idn't been tvt TrovH..it.v -,, Bean the // buying. Remember-We carry a full line '
II ,' t i.... ctcnAtG of p. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, I 24 Boys'wortb Overcoats double., heavy, at 11.50 drawers 30 doz Men's to All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 60c on ; \ 'it r
So nearly .
I i to ; dollar. We will close them
-- 1 75c drawers out at
Manntactcren: : 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece worth ? special ; !

I and Tar for coughs CHOICE MEAL AND PURE: GROUND suit, worth $l.5O, special 95c suit. to match. I I jun % price oft other merchants. i : 11 1 i

r-liable, tried and tested, I ,\ 1nDI FOK A HUDGINS* :ie. STOCK FEED.

W. A. D'Alemberte. Ffttronlie Home Industry for there u Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place j'
!1 > \ St. every reason you inocld buy yon r Meal and : Don't Buy
I If you want a good Bedstead Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer
lor by so doing you encourage home Indni-
c.= .L\.STO rI.JA. i or a nice Crib for the try. Your money U left in the eommamtj I F. E. BRKWNER'S ]
,nd you tn turn are Indirectly
:> k4: Y Hai' tIA3i S &t? fostering the home manufacturer yoc: i -
baby to Marston $ -
> go contribute to the cause of tabor. You ow' t l05 SOUTH PALAFOX STBEET.S3g it I It to community! la which yon live allG I -
( which contribute to roar support. t

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court justices from three to six has I KD
Hair -
been 'endort'd.The PILOTS ON Vigor

4 ,. t- S severe criticism to which the Stops falling hair. Makes
court of last resort in this state has ers I

been subjected in the last few THE CHASE hair grow. Restores color. I

KlUred: at the Post Office at Pensaool. months is significant but we have Cures dandruff. iZSffiSSz 100%
_'ia.,second-cleee matter._ : ; :
goodie to believe that it was
Or/ICK :-Pltt'i Building, :SllJi Bontb I'I'J'l1&fox *
street np-itair far from having the significancewith .
which it was commonly credit Well Off. I

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Whatever light such stricturesas iel. j I TAKEN STA- SALOON IN Tody-Jennie tells me young Wood- j

_ those that have recently been : ARRIVED AND I by proposed to her last night I I"IolaI During Aujju-t KI; I .s .
in Advance. ..
Terms: Invariably the death claims .,
don't think 1 know him. Is lltj
_.. passed upon this tribunal may throw TION ON THE BAR. ROBBEDi \ "
CM Year Mail .... .. ...... 1500 MILTON
States and Canada:
Biz Hontbi ... ... ..-. .. ..... ......... 2 50 upon the subject under discussion, he well off iTodyHe i I ,h:: '.
10 I i -- i certainly Is. She refused II ble Life Assuranp:: -
Oz.WeekbyCerrterFarableMOndar they must inevitably throw quite as I 'if
him within ,.''
1 much light upon the character and A merry chase is now being indulged I at paid one (1:1':
Advertising Rates Furnished on Application I I i I i The saloon of D. p Johnson proof.
mental equipment of the critic. And in on and off Pensacola bar In a Brown Study. I
ffPESSAOOLA entered early yesterday
this case is clearly one in which I Milton was Architect-Hare you any suggestionsfor And during m. rm. 'i 1',,' .
tl JNIONrLABEL criticism and censure proceededupon and competition is as strong as morning by burglars and about J100 the study. Mr. Qulckrich I sear \\\n. the,1'1"1\ t HI

a basis altogether inadequate.The can possibly be. in cash extracted from tht safe. A Quickrich Only that It must be below 1)8%. "
I Great thinkers I understand, !
state supreme court is, of The schooner Elmer Randall, regarded brown.
number of deeds, which had been are generally found in a brown study. I This excels tL.! *
NOV 10,1902 course, badly behind with its work ; as one of the swiftest of sailing II
t found later in I
i kept in the safe, were great record. It 1 1.,- .
-- but that is no reason why we should of her size at Joit a T.
-- vessels gulf ports
I about block been approached by ,i-!
fence, a ,
the day on a
should all j jamp at the conclusionthat i will work wonders If properly '
: =! ? ONE week from today will see thetown has arrived and has been stationedon A "T"
94 up to its neck in the gayety of the justices are incompetentand i from the saloon. There is no clue to I II' applied. It makes bough bought turns 'I' pany.
the bar.: She is from Mobile and makes! tone out of one I "; die!
Carnival week. indolent. the thieves, but every effort is being: here to there : I nRCst in \\ I !

Circumstances alter cases; and, is used by the regular pilots. I' made to apprehend them. and transforms the phrase "allow his I THE EQUITA15LF: I I.l IrANCE ,

i Boni de Castellane the circumstances under which our I own" Into "tallow this town." I .
AND now Count The Kwasind, doing duty for the MK !Ii i

j is accused of bribing voters. If he supreme court justices have worked I| new association, is engaged in a : A Startling Surprise. OF THE ;t Nitl'KN011'LES

:! t ;ra il l,r had epent his money for clothes, he under fortbe last ten years, have unfortunately neck-and-neck chase with :' Very few could believe in looking KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

would have been all right. I : been such as to render it (regular at A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust -
at times for the court to the steam pilot boat Florida The Illlil'
s impossible I :\ blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for .,
is to borrow $4,000 I Pensacola Lode No. 3, K. of P'I
TALLAHASSEE do justice either to itself or to the Florida has: fuel for six days onboard !'ten years he suffered such tortures
That's enoughto ; regular: meeting Monday night, Nov. I General Y_' i "..
for a new cemetery. few could
community which looks to it for authoritative almostI from Rheumatism: as en-
and is capable of going 10, at .:30 o'clock. Initiations and
each of the local editors a j dare and live. But a wonderful
: to give and final decision other very important business. Members 3'J9 S. Palafnx :Ot. ]i'iCarolina -, y
,: burying ground of his own. I as: far outside as the Kwasind will change followed his taking Electric
private of sister Indies and visiting
I If the three new justices work as Bitter "Two bottles wholly curedme
; ----- dire to venture. In this way the brethren cordially invited: to at
x) f THE Atlanta Constitution rises to hard as the old bench has worked, i ," be write, "uud J have not felta are I'
the Florida court will soon !i competition to first men! an incoming twinge in over a year." They Portland:
remark that "the policy of the democracy supreme H. A. LEE, C. C.

is plain." Whose democ have a clean docket; and, at the rate vessel is of the keenest nature tripod regulate; and the cure Kidney Rhturnati-m,: purify 2euralgH. the- I H HIIRSLEK K. Rt.:

a t j t racy-Grove Cleveland's or Bill the wheels of justice have been : possible and some exciting races are : Nervousness, improve digestion -' --- --

t'h Bryan' grinding in Tallahassee for the past whenever .vessel and give perfect health. Try A \l.ll'nttta<:k rfCn UII Cnrol. I Cement C

: ._- -- few years the tribunal will have lit. i[ anticipated a : them. Only 50 cents atV.. \.1 "Last winter an inf tnt child of .

S 3. "' GFNERALL'OKIJIX says that young tle or no trouble in keeping up with I heave in sight j\It'mbprtp.'s drug; store 121 S. mine had croup in a violent form,"

; army olUcers! should not marry. Wecan't the procession in the future. The latf makes it compulsory!; for afox street.___ I I says Elder John \V. Rogers, a Christian BIRMINGHAM qStncos
I rf Fill Mo.
all !be in I.np with our"flVE --- -- I .i Evangelist y
r y an incomins vessel to acctpt the CleaclL:' ladies. skirts and waists : hr a few doss: of Chamber-, ..I.. -

f4 J' like Urn illustrious! authority OB l 'I services of the first licensed pilot- to is cne of e-.r specialties. i.Star: Luan- I Iain's: (bush Remedy and U:1 shui: (,f an HI;L :
bayonet aud bullion. CAPITALISTS I time all danger: was pa-t and the .
vJ I get on board, and the importance of dry child recovered.'' This remedy not can Portland" Ctu'-
F.t to German 'atutll, I
A MFjiKERof the Georgia vessel first is Frances' Ci- I only cure? cr.;up, but when given #
leci5Ia..I\ reaching a clearly ap Diplomats land Cement, l iJl'Ph"terIoseudat.- :\
;' ture threaten: to throw a bill \ FROM LONDON gars at Solomon's cts II as soon as the first symptom appp-ir.: : \ I '
h' parent. 'will prevent the !attack. It contains '
of bull bats into N.nfolk. POrt lll' t.
protection sti I
aight. 11.0 other ha'mful substance
--- opium or
from the bar .
returning savannah Jack-u;\
per. Florida' by no means has a I and may be given a, confidently tou ..
jt i 1 1IM. monopoly of cranks. I C. E. Poynter and :;. Rimmer, cap : yesterday afternoon describe the CALL FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER; baby $ makeshipi. i
I ; .t -- -- -- i italists from Liverpool, are at the I competition as somewhat on the ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PURE. all diu..rui-taud u'fdlcinEdf.lld Mill- wherever w. ']

F'r lL.TK.wauB a wagon factory.What's .
'j. i Merchants today, and are said to' "Alphonso and Gaston" order, their freight rate. HoleAlabama'1 .-. "
'.3 ?; i : the matter with the political iI and *
i Put I have come here for the purpose of I antics in soliciting from ( ( K < < < ( / '' Rraud," Portland U
i band wagon that some of those patronage rt \ "
r 4 i '' nam county politicians: have been arranging for a trau-At\ntic!: b1Si.\\ incoming vessel being somewhat \i't I11'r 1 ri\II ri v'C' i I R I t;;; Ira Hydraulic :N itjinde ,

t;. near Birnntii i T:
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it'jij 43 riding iu-for year? --- ness from Pensacola. The gentle. amusing and at the same time tx- j ::::

1i1; 1 ( nr, THE silver-miths in New York men are observant and loyal Englishmen .1.1I I Citing.The. FallAnnouncement I l1 Correspondence Soi. '

'. tf have gone on strike. SLould the and were well pleased to regular; pilot wish to correct'the I I $ $ $ w -

;, diamond cutters follow suit, the l Ivt note the loyalty displayed by local: i. assertion that the Florida: can- I Save Money ;
4t i of the newspaperman and soubrette i or
British subjects to their king by I! not venture on the outside. She is i ii ; y
would indeed be a hard one.
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flinging the British flag to the breeze in reality claimed to be one of the hire at Marston ft '
t' CARRIE NATION was in a New Jersey I in honor of His Majesty's birthday: I I! very best of sea boats ia these water*, 'i' ; ..::: Great Furniture !
r railroad wreck the other day.
4l. ;ttq Neither she nor the hatchet was yesterday. Mr.l'oycterparticularly and this is proven by her keeping ),,, num.

I remarked upon the display made by !side side 'with her sailins; torni -
yk ,, seriously injured, but the train was by : WE are now ready with our New '
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put out of buiiuess forever. the Salvation Army at yesteidaymorning's : |I petitor.. i II i' STEAMER LINE SCrT :
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street service. Lave not ,
,I THE Hon. L. M. Ware of Washington The independent pilots HJ

county, who will be the only A-LII5KKAL- --01'1---EH. I yet opened an office ashore, but expect jthe\ largest, handsomest and most .:: tetween PE'n"al'"la and' \1.Hlln" .'I

; republicanmemberofthenexthousetPrf to oo so within a short time.
; kiy l
I j complete in West Florida.tL taiy 1-n pi su
will find The undersigned will give a free I j
of representatives probably
; Alex
For the present, Capt. Ferguson
i 43te his !solitary state very weari1.J ;;. I sample of Chamberlain's Stomach : Everything for Man and Boy, and "CITY OF TAMP '..
has teen: detailed to attend the
I and Liver Tablets to any one want- I
t r j I the kind merchandise that :> .r Milion aa':: '< nm I.\ i'-
of holds
? A \UC.t exchange says that i Lug a nibble remedy for disorders I local business, and the general understanding : trI'eneaenra.9Gi'ant: Ar vlarr.

j i 1A-, the election was "on a high ['laue." i of the stomach, biliousness or con- !I is that vessels brought ; your friendship after you have made .<"c; Ho,,!r. t. ,(

i } t'l' Especially in New York, where the 'stipation. This i is a new remedy I ,
in by the new association will betaken
plums: hung so t.ih that the democrats :'and a good on*'. All dru, ;ists and : your purchases. IfIC j

't' t were unable to reach them. medicine dealtrs.: -- out by that body. : If you have been experimenting JEWELER/ IN HIS

Capt. J. Ed. O'Brien left at noon

AIVOUMM to the rpn h'.ly Apalachicola SISAL"HEMP"GOES yesterday for northern points. HP JI I: with various kinds of Clothing, suppose a- NEW MANE .

; y Tunes, the "}:" In the \ I
1 Il = name of the Hon. James E. liroome is on pilotage business and aid he you try OURS for a change. You ::: -

of Gadsdeu stauds for Ertu-st. Thus, TO MOBILE would go to Washington before he will find that the change will do you .. I I have moved n:v t12J '.,
# i.. one by one, the deepest: mysteries 01 \ returned. good. We carry such wellknownL South Palaf'V.:.
t t.
life are solved. I i iI pied: by & U
1 ; r j The steamship Saltwell, which i- ,I II .i.1er"p Amid names. Clothes as Fechheimer, Fishel, Hart, better bargains prepared t d!
!* Til Estate fair opens at Lake: City great !
t d. ', tomorrow. Weuh it abundant I chartered for several trip from Pen- ; Breaking: into a blazing; home Schaffner & Marx and Samuel W. : j"w..lry. etc. C.i,
let UiP" Couvincp
b sacjla Tampico with coal has some firemen lately dragged tin* I"rllr8 y
? ; fi euccei.-i', and can only regret that arrived Peck. J.I J :

t" '; t I : Kscambiu couuty will not be sc I from Progresso to Mobile with' sleeping inma* from death. Fancied -c' -. -
: : security, and death near. It'* HATS--We know you want some ;
?+ much in evidence upon the aui:icSous I a cargo: of nearly 5WO bundles of that way when you neglect cousin
occasion: a- it have been., thing to date If such is the case : Foicy's Klancy ,"u.te
might sisal hemp, which will be dischargedand and cold* Don't do it. Dr. l ing'* up i 1"-""
I I New Discovery fur Consumption dates kidceys and 11i: '., i..t.
'ivlf t t'l-} AN ALbama exchange says thai I the vessil will then come here' hives( perfect protection against all we are prepared to serve you with I

L what its town needs is "a few cap. I for coil.! Return cargoes of sisal Throat, Chest and Lung\ Troubles the best the market affords, such as IQ-
Y F j, talus of I K >ep it near, and avoid futlfnug;. EVERYBODY LOOKS
;jr industry. We don't know
i hemp will be brought up by all'. death, and doctor's bills. A teapoonul Dunlaps, Stetsons, Young Bros., and '
bow it may be up there; but sofa r : : :
T steamers of the Penacola-Tampico I II .1. stops a late cough, persistent FOR W
t tot, 1 YF as we are concerned, give us the tudusttial I, use the most stubborn. Harmless many others.

1; privates, and the Ulieer-! I coal line, and some of them will discharge and nice tasting, it's guaranteedto

# ;a r will take care of themselves.ij'1 at Pensacola. It i; stated : satisfy by W. A.1)'Alemberte.121 SHOES-We have Hanan Cros- lire it is. Call -

-- --- Ii S. I'alafox treet. Price uOc and U.I sett and What three Cr d .
makesare They
Douglas. iry. are
Dorothy, now at Tampico, will Trial bottles free III ea'
THE avaunah News calls upon w Tk that can be turni i
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t the inventive genius of the ; load a cargo; and import it here better known in this country? '
country (>fa{> to do aUf k.
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for a mechan: teal cotton pit ke-;. Luck In '1hiltN'IBy KATIE BOGART : Do not fail to see our beautiful :: Tt.t-y put .IU India rue'' .

a Such au invention would so stimulate i \ :)<.-t 01, the market. ..inIT -
..44 a i the f reduction of the staple as !endin-.r 13 miles \Vm. r'pirey, : ::: assortment of Neckwear, Manhattan t'icy have a fall li:

of Walton Furnace., got a box ofBocklen's DIED YESTERDAYLittle : urnm =tock.I .
to reduce the price below the profit Shirts Earl & Wilson Collars and
,; Arnica ;Salve: that wholly >)t>s your bU,:'V I I., I
+h line, so far as the small planter ia I cured a horrible Fever bore on his' Cuffs Adler's Gloves Woolen and in.--.' They can make i'I .

ya 'r concerned. I lie:*. Xothingelse could. Positively I II I'f.f-ir [..price too, arf- r-. .
J .1.r M --- --- cures Krui,t-, Felon, Ulcers, Eruptions Katie: Bogart, h moutl Cotton Underwear, in fact we can hey have ample capt ,, .

If .' AccoRnnr. to the Jacksonvillele" I Boils, Hums, Corn and Pile i old, dauhter of Mr. and Mrs. .S. F.Hogarr,53.j t firstclaearria, I
r r M etr )polls, the Posts, of Seabreezeand : Only 25c. Guaranteed byV.. .\.1 show you everything up to date for fAi? I"Vllrinr! buiinp'I'
Sf I D'Alf inberte, druggist; ; 12l" S.: p.da'i Ei't Zirragoisa street, Man call1lu them.
"mental science" fame, have anew or Boy
I fox street. j, died yesterday after a short iIIne =. Q- jNC.ilrepaired.: .
scheme in the shape of a North I -- -- -- 1'I'ITZF.I\1 I ,
I The little innocent will be II(::
i t interred
y !: Carolina gold mine they are now engaged I ? 1 15 ta-t lr ir i

s %4 : R ; 1. { .V : ui exploiting. It is just a* A GREAT SUCCESS. : this afternoon at St. Michael's ceme- Yours truly, P10nF-! ;;;. -

ti tt{Y) well to keep "poted" on these little I tery, and friends: of the family are

7) r things. ,II I I, invited. JOHN WHITE FINE STATIONERY.C. .
-- --- The
I most successful hunting and : ,
ONE of our esteemed state contemporaries .
To the Public.
fishing of I
| expedition the season was
h wants to know "if Guyetcalt oil : II I Allow me to say a few 'words in 205-207 S. Plafox Street. V. Thompson. N: ., i iPalafox
t 'f has packed his grip and pulled a day or :so ago by a party ,
h' I prai-eof Chamberlain's Cough Rem
II started for Tallahassee." We ; jornposed of Laz J acobv. Joe Jacoby, i : street: ha-: JU-: '.
shouldn't like it to be I edy. I had a very severe cough and iijI Ij :I i! ? : j new eupplf of Litifi. i- !
) generally A. M. Cohen and Joe Jacoby, Jr. | cold and feared I would get I.a
i i known, but the gentleman in V ii 4 u v ; V i uJ Papers!, white, blue) and .;r .
: !
question made Roberts Station I
} They their | but after taking the second ralo '
1 Envelope to match. Oxf
tv1 headed the other They
is way. headquarters and in less than half a''i dose of this medicine I felt better, ,
Forei/n Mail Tablet-
commission, slate is ;
; ; railroad already three bottles of it cured cold
wi 1 made up, and Mr. Metcalf's name is day caught 105 fresh water trout and : my and .Swansdown Flour. velopss to match. Im,k.r'
the pains in my chest disappeared .
u l-i' not on it. brought home 24! birds (it is gener- : I Penholder, Klaakbock- I.
entirely. am
;1t respectfully etc., always on hand.
s 1 it Those Coiibiauiional Ameniliuenu. ally supposed they bought these., yours for health. RALPH S. MEYERS HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER.Fleishmann's Phone 234.:

Nt only are the Jocoby's great gro- 6J Thirty-seventh St., Wheeling, W.
t It should be a matter of general Va. For sale by all '
druggists and
Yeast and Swansdown Flour will
.1' congratulation: throughout the state cers, but even greater fishermen. : medicine dealers.

i 1 t 4 F that the people saw fit to ratify the I i make the best bread that can be produced. O.A..BTonIA." ". ,' vagestae : :: :
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constitutional amendment
two -- --

w adopted by the legislature I ) of H)1 1. at Your Liver Try one of our celebrated 2xG\WE ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH.y 3OUR ; 1 pof

the rolls last Tuesday: and it is especially H. S Felt -
Win be rowed to its natural duties # Mattresses. FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEEHAS
L' 3, gratifying to learn that, in
and b..olsn*, heaJache and
.S your They never pack or grow All kinds chair- !
,,14. ri pile of the virulent and unreason constipation b* c"..red if you take NO EQUAL. DON T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. of

f+ opposition cf many of our state Better than a hair rocking chairs at Mf, "

:3,, i K wt. contemporaries, the proposition to Hood's Pills mattress! at half the-price. JAS. McHUQH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery.Pbcne Quina's. Prices or: it

>k-i* increase the number cf supreme I I Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. I I Marston Quina. .. | 105 8 and 10 W. IimmlMitia St. I i low.

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court justices from three to six bas '

-p. been 'endorsed.The PILOTS ON Hair VigorStops I, -

S severe criticism to which the Ii
court of last resort in this state has ers falling hair. Makes

been l subjected in the last few THE CHASE hair grow. Restores color. I

71*.,teoond-claes at the Poet matter.Office at Fensacola months is significant; but we have Cures dandruff. Lowell.. 'Mut.., 11 100%

.e'_ orriCK :-ritfi Building.f 2114 south: good l81son to believe that it was I 1
ftlafox street, up-Btalrs. I far from having the significancewith .
which it credit-
was commonly
\V>1I offs:
THE HEWS PUBLISHING CO. I ed. Whatever light such stricturesas ARRIVED AND TAKEN STATION SALOON IN Tody-Jennie tells me young Wood-
those that have recently been by proposed to her last night During August EY Fi: i.\ \

Oat Year Terms by:Mall Invariably.,... in. Advance... ..........$5 00BU passed upon this tribunal may throw ON THE BAR. MILTON ROBBEDThe Vlola-1 don't think I know him. Is the death claims paid in :

y Months .. ... ... ..... ... ..... ......... 250OB upon the subject under discussion, he well off? States and Canada by t.
11 -- Tody-He certainly Is. She refused ble Life Assurance S.
Week.b, Carrier, Payable Monday 10 they must inevitably throw quite as 'l e

1 Advertising fates Furnished on Application much light upon the character and A merry chase is now being indulged saloon of D. P. Johnson at him. I paid within one day uf;. : >

mental equipment of the critic. And in on and off Pensacola bar I In a Brown Study I proof.

i ay \fr this case is clearly one in which Milton was entered early yesterday Architect-Have you any suggestions Anil ihiriug im numi i

UNION r ABEL criticism and censure proceededupon and competition is as strong as it I morning by burglars and about J100 for the study, Mr. Qulckrich Dear I lias the pon-i-iu.n( ] :;: ,

can possibly be. tht safe. A Quickrlch-Only that it must be
: a basis altogether inadequate.The in cash extracted from i below !>8V
1 su state court is, of The schooner Elmer Randall, regarded brown. Great thinkers, I understand,
had been
I deeds which
number of are generally found in a brown study. I This excels the :>.q, ,
3 PESSAOOLA, NOV 10, 1902 course, badly behind with its work; as one of the swiftest of sail. found later in
kept in the safe, were great record. It ha- -.. s
but that is no reason why we should ing vessels of her size at gulf ports, I Just a T. i .
the day on a fence, about a block been approached by and! '
: FI; ONE week from today will see the should all j amp at the conclusionthat has arrived and has been stationedon A "T" will work wonders if properly
f- town up to its neck in the gayety of the justices are incompetentand I from the saloon. There is no clue to I I applied. It makes bough bought turns pany.

Carnival week indolent. the bar. She is from Mobile and the thieves, but every effort is being here to there, makes: tone out of one I ".truIIIlot in the \\", .".I i

Circumstances alter cases; and is used by the regular pilots.: made to apprehend them. and transforms the phrase "allow his THE EQl'ITAliLKLIM: I \,-

s ANI now Count Boni de Castellane the circumstances under which our The Kwasind, doing duty for the own" into "tallow this town." ANCEKOCII I r i n :

is accused of bribing voters. If he supreme court justices have worked new association, is engaged in a I I A Startling Surpri..c.I OF THE [r'NITFI'KN011'LES ,

had spent his money for clothes, he under for the last ten years, have unfortunately regular neck-and-neck chase with Very few could believe in lookingat KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

would have been all right. been such as to render it I A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust -
r t impossible: at times for the court to the steam pilot boat Florida. The blacksmith of Tilden Ind., that for llUu,..
is to borrow $tOOO Penacola: Lodze No. 3, K. of P.,
i zi; !{ TALLAHASSEE do justice either to itself or to the Florida has fuel for six days on I ten years he suffered such' torturesfrom
regular meeting Monday night, Nov. I General .\
for a new cemetery. That's enough few could en- ;':i-ii'
community which looks to it for iu- board and is capable of going almostas : Rheumatism as 110, at 7:30 o'clock. Initiations and I II
'i to give each of the local editors a thorltative and final decisions.If will :' dure and live. But a wonderful other very important business. I pm- Ii i 309 S. Palafox :St.. l'l-\-
1N private burying grouud of his own. far outside as the Kwasind; change followed his taking Electric hers of sister lodges and visiting [
the three new justices work as I cured
Bitters. "Two wholly
ltig ------- dire to venture. In this way the ; brethren are cordially invited to at- I
Mfr THE Atlanta Constitution rises to hard as the old bench has worked, I me," he writes "Jijd I have: not felt
the Florida court will competition to first reach' ( an incoming -:'a twinge in over a year" They tend. Carolina Port!
: soon nd
remark that "the policy' of the democracy supreme I H. A. LEE, C. C. ,

NYF ,,5 :' is plain." Whose democracy have a clean docket; and, at the rate vessel: is of the keenest nature :, regulate blood; and the cure Kidneys nUUI1l3.timtU! purify the- I I H. HoKSLER. K._ II. 8.A ;1
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v Orove Cleveland's or Bill the wheels of justice have been I and some exciting races are Nervousness diges- -
# I j ii possible :iralgi-i: improve i
. Bryan's. grinding in Tallahassee for the pan: whenever vessel i i lion and, give perfect health. Try Violent Attack rl C'n up Cured. ; Cement C'
#+ ------ few years the tribunal: will have lit- I anticipated a I! them. Only 50 t cents atV.. A. "Ln-t winter an iuC lilt child of : '' .

; ; $ OFXKKAL COKHIX says that young tle or no trouble in keeping up with heaves in sight. :IVAlerab-rte's j :: drug store 121! S. Pal- mine had croup in a violent form,'"

oJticers should not marry. We I for | afox street 1 says Elder John W. lingers, a Christian BIRMINGHAM :J I .
army I the procession in the Putt:re. The htf makes it compulsory i __ Fill : -
rf Mo. "I
can't all be in !love: with ourselves ,i KvangflNt, y.
44( I I an incoming vessel to accept the :| Clear.ii.:' ladies skins and wait i I gave: her :a few tlotts of Chamber-: -... -
yfF like this illustrious authority on first licensed to is cue of ('''.f specialties. Htar Liian-: :Iain1 ('un h Remedy and iii a iioit
I services of tte pilot I Stock! "f all H.
? bayonets' und bullion. CAPITALISTSFROM I time all danger was pa-t and the.child
I : get on board, and the importance of :,[ dry. ____ recovered." This remedy not ctill'"rtland: Ct i

4 l A MF.MDEKOI the Georgia legislature : 1: reaching a vessel first is clearly ap. Frances' Diplomats Cigars lousy I cures croup, but when givenas U..rmanatll Und Cement,.Ki;;,: '.

"- i (' threatens to throw a bill for the LONDONC. I at Solomon's cts soon as the first symptoms appear, PUterIoi'Ml'! ,.
parent. will prevent the attack. It contains
4 protection of hull bats into the hop --- from the bar i sh niglvt 110 opium or other t hu-mful *uh-tanpp Norfolk P'-n-'i,. i
Parties returning Savannah. J.u'k- \ '
I --- --- --
Florida by no means has a and be as to
4 per. UlJ\ given confidently ,
W monopoly of cranks. t tf :E. Poyntcrand :rt. Rimmer, c.lp-I J yesterday afternoon describe the CALL FOR PA8SF NEW MALT BEER; 'a baby us to au adult. For -.tfp by '' \M\ \b.lc, make New I":i' .'-. i iValso

l j iifefc -- --- italists from Liverpool, are at the competition as somewhat on the ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PURE. all drun'm-t-au!: l irudiciue d -.11'r". :Millwhen ;w
i PALATKA wauts a wagon Tctory.J : ,. ,
Merchants today, and are said to "Alphonso and Gaston" order, their flight: rate. .. .
with the .
What's the matter "Alabama" and :-
r? .: band wagon that tome of those Put have come here for the purpose of antics in soliciting patronage: from: f'tll (( A ( ( \ (< Brand," Portland (r, I:,'
'I 'I rVI rrvh ri1\rirl'ir l Wlr
' S-- uam couLty politicians have been arranging for a trans-Atlantic business incoming vessels being somewhat I C l lilt Hydraulic: :X itm i '

5 o ------ ---__. _______,__w..______..------'.' .. --.-.,- '.-ti v_ ... c ni.ul lit.ar BirmilJICorrespondence.': i'" 'I
str riding in fur )'ear.1'UE ---?:-?- from PeusacolJ.: The gentle amusing and at the same time ex- I ) ::::

= silver-tniths in New York men are observant and loyal Englishmen Citing j j'f Solicits! '
I FallAnnouncement :;
a' hate gone on strike. Should the and wete well pleased to I he regular; pilot wish to correct i: 1 I e4 $ ev

-k' k ( i diamond cutters follow sUit, the lot note the loyalty displayed: by local the assertion that the Florida can- i 3; c?,; Save\ Money ? I)
: 5 of the newspaperman and soubrette
q I
British subjects to their king by not venture on the outside. She is yourture

I would indeed- -be-a- hard---one.- Hinging; the British flag to the breezein in reality claimed to be one of the I I ;; I at Marston $ iI.. '

f. l CARKIK: NATION was in a New Jersey I' Great Furniture
of His En
honor Majesty's birthday very best of sea boats in these: waters,
railroad wreck the other day. I )
1 yesterday. Mr. 1' j'nte-r particularly: and this is proven by her keeping i: ) ::: 1'lltm.
I Neither she nor the hatchet wasA \
i i it seriously injured, but the train was remarked upon the di-IIJY made by side by side with her sailing tour i 3( WE are now ready with our New I 1 1ar -

i? put out of business forever. the Salvation Army at yesterday petitor. I STEAMER
morning's street service.A have not
The independent pilots
i THE lion l,. M. Ware of Washington I .
ii I county, who will be the only : -LIIlKKAIj- -OI'Khlt.- -- yet opened an office ashore, but expect : : l'' the largest, hand somest and most ; rpnsaroln aril MillKims ,-"' ,

.I 4 r s'' I'g. t to republican member of the next house: to do so with il a short time. complete in West Florida. Kl nail) 11. i pi owl! n
The will free
} give a ;
i '- of will probably tint! I
t representatives For the present, Capt. Alex Ferguson I I
,4 :' t his solitary state very wearin;. sample of Chamberlain's Stomachand Everything for Man and Boy, and 1ft:. "CITY OF 'I lA.MI'V. "
Liver Tablets; to one wanting has been detailed to attend the
: v any .? Milton 'I; ::4 irn i I' ,. i
!i the kind of merchandise that holds JJ"
A \1tloI exchange that and the '.
( says I a reliable: remedy for disordersof local business, general understanding :: IVni-mvvla) HIM '

'hi I t- the election was '-on a high ilaue." I the stomach biliounes-s or con- is that vessels brought I ; ; your friendship after you have made I A I'"n'. '"" I ll: 1.1'' '

? Especially iu New York, where the stipation. This i is a new remedy
in by the new association will betaken 1 :
e1i plums hung: so high that the democrats 1 curd a good oiif. All Uuiggists and your ;
; -4 medicine dealers. out by that: body.Capt. JEWELER/ IN HIS
h : t were unable to reach If you have bean experimenting :
c 1 ------
J. :Ed. O'Brien left at noon

e- AivoKiUMJ to the sprightly Apalachicola SISAL HEMP yesterday for northern points., HPi I : ; with various kinds of Clothing, sup- :: .. NEW\ 81 AtE 4 4I
Times, the "K" in the
pose you try OURS for a change. You 11/
name of the lion. James E. Browne on pilotage business and s-aidlie

w of Oadsdeu stands for Ernest. Thus, I GOES TO MOBILEThe I would go to Washington before heI I will find that the change will do you ; :-. hart: Moved my j jw Irv
Palufi-x f..II' '
I 12'J S' utli '
j4 one by one, the deepest: mysteries ol returned. well-known '
We such
good. ..2 '
carry ('1I'llIy Ba8-1 & ( "., ,11,1 l lbettir
I __ J
J'lt life are ?oictd.f .
than \ < r
Clothes Fechheimer Fishel Hart I
: -tfaniship: Saltwell, which i- I .\ -lC -; .\inid Flainrs.i >a as great IJH.aill' in dMiti': :i Ij'wilry I- h

TilE state fair opens at Lake City chartered for several trips from Pen i i Breaking into a blazing home, : Schaffner & Marx and Samuel W. .a.:- etc. Call :uii'l: <'1 -
:i tomorrow. We with it abundant let ii,'' cohviucf you
a success, and can only regret that acoli to T.unpico with coal, has arrived -. some firemen lately dragged; the Peck.c' :/. J. 1. :-.I l H'lli" J JFOlCY'S

Kcaiiibiu county will not be so from Progreo to Mobile with I seeping inmaes from death. }'an-
i cied security, and death near. It'* HATS--We know you want something :;
much in evidence uron the aui ic- :a cargo of nearly O.MIO bundles of that when I '
way you neglect cough
'1 ; !* iou occasion a.-, it might: have been. I sisal hemp, which will be dischargedand and cDlct. Don't do it. Dr. King's, up to date If such is the case, _, Kidney < J;

rl ; New Discovery fur Consumption to with makes kidneys and tladir :J.!
rt'tJ, i'ra AN ALbama exchange says that the vesstl will then come here elves perfect protection agiinst all -:; we are prepared serve you I Ic ::

{ what its town need is ".1 few captains for C01!. Return cargoes of sisal Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles the best the market affords, such asa, i
(, w : KPCp it near, aud avoid suffering, EVERYBODY LOOKS
of industry. We don't kaow hemp will be brought all !: death and doctor's bills. Dunlaps Stetsons Young Bros. and
r j I ; up by A teaspoonful : : '
I .' how it may be up there; but so far stops a late cough, persistent FORTH[
: 4 F. i steamers of the Peuacold-Tampicti others.
as we are concerned give us the in- I use the most stubborn. Harm- many .. -:
I kr Uustilal privates, and the olllcers I coal line, aud some of them will discharge les and nice tasting: it's guaranteed .
s i to satisfy by W. D'Alemberte.. 121 1 1H. SHOES-Wo have Hanan, Cros- ; Hfrp it is. Call ":1 i -
; # will take care of themtlves.TIIK at Pensacola.: It is stated
Palafox street Price uOc and $1. sett and Douglas. What three makesare C'r" iry. They are d Ii i.:'_
I the Dorothy, now at Tampico, will 1 Trial bottles free.
4I1 Tin: avaunah News calls upon work hat can be Uirii"i '
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S load a and import it here. I better known in this country?
cargo .
+ 1'E the inventive genius of the country i [prepared to do any kn i

F't for a mechanical cotton pic ke;. :, -- -- --- --- : KATIE BOGART r Do not fail to see our beautiful ,11/1{ They put on India ruliii't i
Luck In Thirteen.
; Such an invention would so stimulate b': --t oil the market <>"\ -
the production the :staple as I By sending 13 mile Win. Spirey, I == assortment of Neckwear, Manhattan L.- t'IthOlV", a full liiiurt !

rY, ;* to reduce the price below the profit I lof Walton Arnica Furnace calve, Vt.,, got that a wholly box ofBucklen's i DIED YESTERDAY : Shirts Earl & Wilson Collars and I!! |)-.Hyour in -.tIJck.I .buggy; n> > I Ii

+ 's line, so far as the small planter! i3 cured a horrible Fever Sore on fan, ; Cuffs, Adler's Gloves Woolen and i in.] :'.' They can make- it _

t t ,! concerned. Ile'. Nothing-e could. Positively 1't.eirricpj[ too arti.- 1 .
1 --- ---- -- I cures Krui-t-, Felons, I'lct-rs; Erup- I Little Katie Bogart, !-> mouth Cotton Underwear, in fact we can q: ;hey, have ample cat'ItI! .

ACVOKIUM. to the Jacksonville I, tioiK, Boils Burns, Corns and Piles. old daughter of Mr. and Mr*. i*. F. show ? i fir,i-fla,. carriage I II ,
y r (Only iic. Guaranteed by W. A. I you everything up to date for "p'llrill husiue+.. II
Metropolis" the lots. of Seabreezeand })'.\Iflnb rte, druggist, 12l" :S.:: Pala Bogarr, 535 E ,=t 7 irragossa;; : street, Man call on them
"meutalcituce" fame, have I I or Boy
# a fox street. died yesterday after a short illness. :Sculcrepaired.: .
new scheme in the shape of a North VlNN.N NMNWV fI(: r:1'lTl.I t, t
Y A r I The little innocent will be interred ;:- ,
mine ; \\'i; t:!'t (r I I IPhfu"
Carolina gold they are now engaged -

. I 4' i in exploiting. It is jut a< A GREAT SUCCESS.The j this afternoon at St. Michael's cemetery Yours truly, i/i. -

well to keep "posted" on these little I! and friends of the family are

t; t } things. I II I invited. I JOHN WHITE FINE STATIONERY:
--- I most successful, hunting and ,
ONE of our esteemed state contemporaries I TII lie I'll hlie.I .
i fishing expedition of the season was 51
wants to know "if Guy i I Allow me to say a few words iu 205-207 S. Plafox Street.Swansdown C. v. Thompson .N .
Vii:' pulled oft a day or so ago by a party
a 4 Metcalf has packed his grip and
I : praUe of Chamberlain's Cough Rem Palafox '
street, ha-
t + started for Tallahassee." \\' composed of Laz Jacoby. Joe Jacoby, jn-
; eshouldn't
i edy. I had a very severe cough and J i iilJliii iJala iii. ll\ new i supply of Liner. .
like it to be generally A. M. Cohen and Joe Jacoby, Jr. I '' j; '
s cold and feared I would get pneumonia ; j) \j v V11 ; 'v 'v v 'II .. : vi Y JI v 'Ii '"II JI i \ vud I11a'i --' Paper; white, blue ai.d /: >
Pe known, but the gentleman in question They made Roberts; Station their I but after taking the second Envelopes to match. Oxf .
is headed the other The
+ t.Il way. headquarters and in less than half a 1 dose of this medicine I felt better, I| alI Foreign Mail Tabletvelopes 'A
7 +t railroad commission: slate already I : three bottles of it cured cold and :! .
my Flour. to match. l.k! )
day caught: fresh water trout and :
made aud Mr. Metcalf's is
i up name .
: the pains in my chest disappeared Penholder, Blankbo h .
home 24 birds (it is
not on ltd brought gener
entirely. I am most respectfullyyours
II : etc., always on hand.
t Tboee Cont>utuiional Amendment.. ally supposed they bought these. for health. RALPH :;. MEYERS. HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER. Phone 234.:
xf : Nat only are the Jocoby's great gro- : 61 Thirty-seventh St.::: Wheeling W.i i'
It should be a matter of general I Va. For sale by all druggists and Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansdown Flour will
congratulation: throughout the state cers, but even greater fishermen. medicine dealer .
k j i CAB '1' On.J: : : .fl-
*, t ItII: that the people ?iw fit to ratify the i -- make the best bread that can be produced. eelnth .' I. .. _
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two constitutional amendments I 8gu&ttlt: '........
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adopted by the legislature of 1901.l at Your Liver : Try one of our celebrated of ;(

,. the polls last Tuesday: ; and it is especially i H. S. Felt Mattresses. --
win be rouwl to vts natural: duties FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE
to learn that, in .. .
gratifying .
t and ynur b..jus.: s headache and
They never pack or groivlumpy. All kinds of C"II /
1 spite of the virulent and unreason coii-tipati >n otr; red it you takeHoodls HAS: NO EQl AL. DON T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Better than a hair at.M "
( opposition of many of our state rocking
zs .contemporaries, the proposition to PillsI mattress, at half the-price. JAS. McHUGH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery.Phone $ Quina's. Prices ryi

V at increase the number of supreme I!I I by all druggists. 25 cents. i Marston & Quina. I 105 8 and 10 W. Intf ml'ntia 5t. i low.

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R. ULCER JR. B. H. FAIRCHILD, O'NEAL President No. S6Ot3. 'f, ;. !il"1 t: t t,!
INTREPID F. C. HORTON, Cashier; f +I 11
I tr T*: o ij s T is n. 33 J FOSHEC.Vice-Preaident;
M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. J ;, "


Phono 400. .

WPI. HOWARD BLACKBURN AND YESTERDAY FROM CEN- Designated Depository of the United States. t t &; :

His RENOWNED SLOOP HERE TURY WHERE BIG MILL WAS 1- R. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22!, 19O' If'i

FOR THE FALL FESTIVAL INSPECTED.Mr. Matchmaker, Manufacturing towns .. .. ...RESOURCES... ..... ...... .. ... .... $346,35498: Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .... $200.000.00 i I ; 1 IE.

and Graduate Optician, Loans. ... .. ...... .. .... .. ... .... 119.94974 Surplus Fund.. .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. I
.. .... .... ..... ..... .. .. .... .... 53874 Undivided Profits. ..... .t.. .. .... .. .. .... 15.25697 10,000.00 +i I I Pi'
I J Saitk Pilifoi St., PenutoU, .8. Bonds and Premiums... ... ... ..... 214,29687 Rediscounts .. ... ... ... .. .. ... ..... .. .. < i '
Pensacola. harbor un- Russell A. Jr. of 64,071.57 i. :
: Alger, son securites, etc.... .. .... .. .... .. .... 2,625.00 Circulation ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... ... .... 125,00000 ..j'I I .
i .Saturday: was the re- the head of the Alger-Sullivan Syn- and Fixtures.... .. .... .. .. .... .. 6718.48 Deposits i t"
R. Stamps.... .. .... .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. 7486 .0o J I
ff .up, "Great Republic," dicate at Century, arrived at the r and Exchange.. .. .. ...... ... ... .. .... 178,8051)2) ', ;J

i i.-t long and command Merchants hotel yesterday.Mr. I "I !' I
}ijDEWS f N OTES $869,364.59 1
: i .j'. Howard Blackburn, a John Millen of Duluth, Minn., This f861,36.Ui9 I
: bank opened for business October
23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give "
w;, aud pictured through- is his companion. Mr. Millen is one business prompt, courteous and careful attention. : 1
: I
w ,. .ii! tad one whose doings of the most wealthy timber manu- NSsftt. sA. s AssAs iifcsiais 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 11
A number of federal "
talk in every land on facturers of the northwest, and is prisoners ,
arrive tonight from points on the >;
. : c globe. also interested in the southern tim I I
& A. railroad. Court will i
; with the craft he now ber business. tomorrow. sas2t-5asEs2sPsa2sasas2 \ 11;
11I ;
!I" !his! way from a Mas- Messrs. Edward A. Hauss, general :

; :t to Portugal in less manager, and H. L. Glover, general I rant The received Twentieth five barrels Century: of

', feat superintendent of the mill, i! this of which '
a unequalled Century I morning; some I

I is-; .' alone in marine are also at the Merchants, and came I i fully four inches in length. I I I FLANNELWAISTOFFERINQ I ; I i :

I' '::1' vessel; is now in down with llr.Iger and Mr. Mil I Dr. C. Goldstein, the well-k i :

I, '.' and may be seent len. i optic specialist: who has been at { nJ \j\
-t iJe of PalafoxA Mr. M. H. Sullivan, the other Interested | Escambia for some time past, ....MONDAY.. .. ; 'I
decided to remain a week longer I 25252525; CECE2525225 :
party in the Century business :I..
A ; order to accomodate his many .t 1

: ,I' +tin uhed sea arrived from New York Friday, trons II i: DA I "- ml"TIiTJ.I.I.WOOL I'LANXKL WAISTS : t t vt ?t ,4 .-c < I i

!lived became known but on his way south he travelled I J U t n AlI'cltl\ a I I All Colors, White and Black both Plain and Embroidered F.tff cts-to be sold tlIPl at one- I, fl:
The headlight of switch eD J I uv i third to one-half their.actu11.v. This i is an worth your while to at-
Its yesterday and at with the other gentlemen, leaving j I No. 430 exploded at 5:30 o'clock '( { through any kind of weather. .. .. opportunity. .. .. _. I i 1 If
I '.
were hundred! of them at Century. Mr. Sullivan and terday afternoon, and the j I: :!

h. gazing intently his attorney from Montgomery, Mr. :i created intense excitement for i i ii II FLANNEL WAISTS. I HOSIERY-! KS11, BOYS' ClOTHINC. I ,
l A1.1, Ey. | |) :
time. tOe
A switchman had his j
heavy, Rdb d, fur ,, .j
:i and hM vessel, Thos. H.r.lUS, came on to Pensa-: i burned in trying to quench the __- -- worth 1.x1. Spec.al.ull si/i-. hchnl, -_ ,- !i '

iriUjj, thedaring it cola. Mr. Walts has returned to theAllb.nl.l 1 John White has his 'I I A! T I M rkt' opened up 0.1 1 J. tor..nt'mbtlll..ollt'-lllIrd! I I f
: "in to have at : capital, but is expected to ) a ctual I vniue, -.1--/' vlllgyou ..
fall line of merchandise and has I : make'h..11 tuiv'i.K! your Hoy1School or
"Ij!;>. K ujaks were I be in PeujueoU again next week to prettiest line of haberdashery ;:i llrt'= Huns h< r.. Elrlll.I.Italers ask I

i attend the celebrated Sullivan- carried by this progressive !' [ \1 9 co nn I third iii'Mf tin: "Hi' liI ;t'i -, liirtbtlgate t t I
1 '. n,'r.: eass the I ( L ot MatkatoBoat for youraflf.HOVh' .
II. Mil- He can fit from head to foot 0. I IIctll'' value WUIJI I I t
Millikea lawsuit, wnerein J. you t.i: .N.. ; .
/ ::1 \ \ J SC1IOOI, Sl'IiS.7.-: tn :;: :.0 I
the ; ,, w f
hoicestlptQtne : csR ,
| :
liken, a New Yolk attorney, seeks
.. uh"W 'suits of
; i. llstnl ilia uew a "ertl e1nent. ; CO I Oh I' itOYb'lltF39sFI5.ti: Utto "OO I 1
i r.c"; !i' ihe coast: the recovery of $100,030 from Sullivan !-, J I, I otA0! 3 Markodtoeont 1'1 1 .
I 'I I
1 "isT"1"; ;
William: Johnson & Son's new
( I
,: fingers as commissions from a sale of SKiRTS AND WRAPS
iii luvnB'\ j ji i : I IL
:'vertisement in this i is->ue seems I
,i i- fr"I.a. Stubs of ,j bed for Mr. Sullivan. have been written especially for > f AYA{ 51Ark.dtoaoa t \0 rvfl I I + Y NHt-lKNr WITH :.rn ANDUOOO t s I .
,. L I t t 4 Bctu \ value J I"I'' I ALI'I1F:>. Skirt and Wrap \'HiuesVKTH : j ,
.1; u: .1 l ir< ;' it to good ladies, but they also have ,..jj. I _I J I
I Distress after eating, belching; and IK'\T '0 grt'l"rle" deter SO tow as
'. : i. Th I 1.-, :? of fin- nausea between meals are symptomsof I in Tne Big i Store a man could wi ':, x t 'f. you mvaiialil
"f five days which Hood's !| for, and at the lowest prices.; II SILK WAISTS.
-ul i dyspepsia, Sarsaparilla .may '
I j I up their advertisement and read CLOTH SKIRTS, $2.50 TO $9.00 ;
: f i the :- I 11 an open : :always cures.
the bargains in notions, jewelry, 9 r
-- -- -- of those beautiful M.3;; y J. = SILK SKIRTS $5.50 TO $30 I
I : t
w1.:ic.i: ti ne John II FOR SEED OATS derwear and millinery. and $M.> \ViilbtS left, SO 0 I 4"' ,
i ta65 : W"t LADIES' WRAPS $3.75 TO $15
:": vi i- t irozeu to j I 1 Walter White & Co. opened !::! CALL AT i
Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat, call
i\-: !f.n. : f mr days II i it ,i their new pharmacy this

L.I *!1' Ul! I'! on the Mellen-Crosby Company at and are now proprietors of one of I

:. l! '1.! dock'II the Ale lniz street warehouse. j I prettiest pharmacies in the city. $ W. J. & B. FORBES. $1 I ; '
1'hone334. 29jlm!! ': exterior and interior of the
i i r ,ron: It..r ,
i is finished in white,
\ -. Smith OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S I I pure ___ CCO.- _ __
i: pharmacy is truly white by I

I' ,. .,,;,\, .tu( I: I i and white by nature. Mr. I Williams-Lot 16, blk 100, I If You Buy Them at the B.tonhlle:; Store, They are Good I I r

'. Fine Try them that his : King i Tract-UN). t
; a 1d 1' I II. tn oysters today. assures; patrons; trea : i'

1 : t \'' ", : NIC Al'OSTLE. I l I went of them will bs II e Wentworth and wife to

-, i J'.: i'l' \t?.--i, 1"t NAVAL STOKUM MAUKK1.itrportrtl "white" also.REAL to'W.! -Tract-U.Lots 17 and 19, blk 100 East I!. A MATTER OF TASTE. I j! j jI

I t f jiuti: J" i -Mti-ly: I Dally for Tte New r>j Martin to J. I). Jliss-8 acres jI I i.,

'. : !' /ii..it WOo' t". ; -a mii Union Naval Store Co. ESTATE 34, tp (II in, f 30 w-$30. 0(1. Loud Fancy Cut and Perforated shoes do not do the Most I .

; Good Hhoes that Plain Volumes inDignified I ;
i- ,u.ii ft '. J ii'ukbiiru: : i ROHIN.Graj's E. Andrews and husband i Talking. are peak > '

WW_.._ ........... U I;:; H..........._. ..n"") 'i R. Oertlnji-Lot 18 in blk : ) Way.Ruth .
x i'. T"I i '- d. ;ii'.urs: I heit w u......... ..... ..... 37i u .... ....... ...... I ,a. City-$1&'J-' W'I !i

.. '?11 1"1'I i 1. ?u his S'_. ... ... ........ :I Ill) F _... ..... ...... .__ 1 : 1 I'i.
,1......... ... .. ...... s"1 E....... ..... .. ...... 1 45It ; I Ii C. Horton to :Milton E. CIUke-1. = Beulah $2.00 Shoes i.
: ,i-1- :\ t' d to bei __ in lots C to 15; blk ;
.._ ... "_".__.. 2 5 i;; D......_.__........ I 40 interest
i i. .-: ./t!II'.. .i\. features i_.. ...... __._....... 2 tu C&below...._._. .155drlaITS A IOr-1 : 17 to 20, blk Iii( :! New Cit '-$110. i j 1 I
TQRP5TINR-5I.: !... i !'. : ,;;y. --_-- are Ladle Shop fnll of the little iiic .tier ,,"n only m CH-- I ,'
---- \"t:.: Years I I
.... : : For O\rr Suty tom -hi'f. They i ave correcthape and swiiii: ,'. I"eelinithat ? : I I ;
.. >il'! >! and flaheriduiirers Mother Sweet 1'ouders for I realty were
; '!
\"r. \-:. WINSLOW'S HooTHise Svurp: hue you will approcut" ItuttiBaohth'wl 'i-k that y >u t :
. Children, .. _V2 ed during the
II | by millions
: of the n used for over sixty years tall :and l look at t tla..m t : : .
i'uece ,full\ used by Mother Gray, nur e In a: ending ( 'Ii for their chiUren while teething
uid they found the Children's Home in New York CureJ t I
l It soothes the child
",'..rhhu's, Had Stomach; Teething liis- i ;/: < Sov t..IltI! :!, all : perfect Buccess.
'iistrncted to re- ordersnuveaad regulate the Rowels aalHstroy the gumsallays all palllcure8'Iud
Worms over .p)1l tostlmonials.;! I : t" flp / which are i i ii and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea | U. "i
l ments, and so Thej, iKfcrfml. Address At nil Alli-ii drug s.:i I.t.Olni-ted. '.'"x;. SiimlilvFKhh. I.e- i '"VKij..' for THE NEW- 'II \ relieve the poor little sufferer Im- Boston Shop re l

lilt that it \\3 pos- noy, N. Y. ;i Tho,;;. C. Watson & Co., real !' '' Hold by Druggists every par )I I
-------- the world. Twenty-rtve cents a bottle
; "ver from side towhatever It beeps: lie Feet Waini aiul Dry.A I' ageuta : sure you ask for "5t Wlnslow's Booth: '

of d:1: m'I .k to-dny for Allo'!!'- Koot-Kase.a pow .. eur,'*ruil ill,mils,Swollen; .sweat ing,Ho IY, 1 Reese-Lot (H i, blk 28. New City-*1.E. --- i I
---- --

'hand'I has: iron i is said braces to shoe.\ehlnJ.IIIUIIII store, : c.O .feel. At All druggist and inson:. L.-Same Reese: property to Mrs. -A.$1.Maud : WEATHER I II A BAD LIVER CURED.A I .. (\\J iT i\ (\ !IJ'J: ( ( ( > 1 ''r I ; :1:1IEt'Q i

-tr'iije-t; boat: int Jt..STOnXA. ', Nancy J. Pickett to Patrick )[ bid liver i i-= the c.a-f of nio-t of ""Inun I :
the ills with which the human )
Rare thf lta Kfj, y", Halt A\3'/S: / Bait; loney-39 ft by 70 feet of Garden i I ;
>' !sutlers." The be't way to llvercntilethis ;
1'ClatllTt.e.o..I..s.e. Iti! and 17, Donelson tract-f 112.01): TO-DAY uncomfortable condition ito ,
M L r rHii
Try I tit'co at Solomon's, Glen C. Harteau et al to ) I have a liver runedv upon which i ( "
I '
-- C. n'bertoou-11' ; | interest of ei.J( you is the can thing depend.which will HEPATIC: jive!: you HA,1 :; n Out) a i !I i j jIII

:. ... ...e.o.....e.....e.o.e......e.o.: of arpent lot 77, Old City-$1,500. I Forecast-Fair tonluht andTues-i: great deal of pleasure ir.iin ituse ;
F. U. Hreut, trustee: to ) (' : ;\igbt vwvlaWe vituU. ji j) and "peedjfl"ture) you to h..altn. : ,
4 L i.'+lhes.! :< Single and Double ** Collar Pads 5ils C'\mpbell-I.ot, 24' and :21 in bit i! /. :Mr. Ja*. 1'. MeN tar of Peusacola, ; ;c ; '

. Ea-t King tract-:S100.:: I i! Temperature in Last 24 Hours: I lI i Fla.. gays: I have: had *in\e trouhlp < n "t rr A I ;
-. S ...... ..._.. .. THeRreisI with ray liver for about aear and U A" m1 jj ;
: Buggy and Wagon Harness. Riding Monroe Campbell; to Isaiah: I .... ....... ......5i degrees a half. I have triej :a foil! many: n in n M ; I I
I : ardson-Lot 21 in blk 131, East : i ---- i kind- of medicine, al- phv-icuu-'j I <:: f ,
nv '" tract-*Io. treatmei't. but found! no relief until! E :
! -ol | Temperature Elsewhere : : It i I
; Saddles. 5 I took HKPATKTIU. 0:11':i h-nln| !
Le Diniell and wife to A. ,; 'IU. Mln '
: Buggies and Wagons has co much iinpioved ni" tHat I I j 21! I J
N : John-on-Lot 13, blk bl, New City 1 \ .. .. I.I1'" I"1"1 'i I have gained even pound- >u wt-i I. :l.t': DAilY MENUS ; I i I :

: '- ::1 INSTALMENT { Saddle : ; : ; o .1\1I M in three week.. My appetite i- i.od I P r' I
ffcK.V.. inul\1 ._. !115 l 1'sI I; and that bad taste 1 had ::11 I 'i 1
ti A. Johu my
i ....OR CASH.... \ JPEERS'REPOSITORY Duly to C. I \ .._._ ?i .- mouth all :Sold by all Comprise all the r-tc- t! f II, I
is drug-
I a' jjoue. i
Lot 11 and 12 in blk !Si, New to i
-. I' Blankets. ._. .. .. "* 'w i i I"tij.", Date Dishes the :\1 !: t t i
i" : ) f $030.: I ,;West l. Itv.' ... ..... ......._.._. W..1 ;51" I I II I ketn of the ar'I: .t I'I ,, it i: ',
Jennie and husband
Qiiiley ... 76 '; I ,
I iI
: 'o'I! >, 50 .5U S. Palafox St. .,< Spurs. f Mr*. M. R. 7'fck-Lot3in blk: .! : ... ...11 ."..-. Hot Rolls at 5 p in lOc' Afford. 1 t f !
.. W *< I 1
: -"- New (' l. I \ UrlHans .... ..._.. TH ." doz., at Solomon's.CALL i I t ;
t tLadies'
C r ets. < Extra Shafts and Poles* H arness.. Freddi" H. Vaughn to W. L. HallS York..._ ._.. ?__ .._.. ...... .M;.** :41' IOR PABST NEW MALT BEER- f
. v wt ",' I Private I t f
i of lot 1 in West Century 5u. Louis -- --- ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PURF. i f
i 'ddle; | For Buggies and Wagons. parts | Loni* Hole}' and wife to Sordino, Out True ,I' Dining ParIor.r:4 t -
... Spears-Lot? 27! 2ti!I and s''j of lot 2: ,' tI Hot Rolls at 5 P. m., lOc. ( i iI
i --------- - ----- every one knew what a grand'' '
: blk 129.: !) East: King tract-125. a doz.. at Solomon's._ I ;

:. ).ts.! Low Prices Easy Terms Of All Kit : Oliver Footer and wife to Loui !! i writes Dr.D. King's H. Turner New Life Dernpsty-Pills .[ ,It r !

Ford-Lots 1 arc! 2 in lot 13 of the Dinner
.Fa4e..a.e.e.e.e.e.a.e.e.o.o.o.e.e.e.ee.o.e...e..t. DeVilliers grint-f50.! ; Pa., "you'd sell all you have I. ANNUAL BALL Regular Daily. "" \ i i' I ;

-- a day. Two week u*e has made t
: Trustee of will of R. Ratford: to !I n. ..... Hint,. -r I|
.j.-.fn 1
man of me. Infallible for I| : i I!
C. Brent:S HO ft of E..H, ft of the nu-p.te-j of I Short! Order, I'lt.mpclyhilled. i : i .
nr.viQi'AHTiKs rent : stomach and liver I
lot 176 Old -$1,500. >j iKln fir Hay. 'j.J i : :
?. Coc at W. D'Alemberte's HOPE LODGE, NO. 2571 I jIt
E. F. Enslen, by executor, to \ 1\\ 4 :
$SCHOOL BOOKS i store, 121 S. Palafox street. I : j i ,
L. Tharp-Iot519 and 20, iu blk : It ni slits* Honor: : y 1 ; I i
it'sKometbln Uooa to tat II' ,
New City-$650.( I i i
tt. : Refrigerators We have a ATARRf1.T')N, F-\", i yon wt-.li you'll 11(1\1 at : .
I HE TO PE H.-\- : G. A. Mariner to F. E. Mariner4t50 .
which will sell IN ODD JELLoWS i !
left we
iI Nick
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. j j.OEM by1'00ftofsec2.3tp2nr31w11 I Apostle'sPopular i I 'i
i cost. Marston $ Quina.
NOV. 20 1902
I -- -- Restaurant '
W. F. Brown and w ife to J. -- I I j : I i iJJ
.- BOOK STORE.. i i Fletcher '.- acre at Century-$30. j A. FRIEDMAN IS DISTRIBUTOR FOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF FUND. !I .
A I Minna F. Bruce and MADE. Refreshments will be Herved. I IJIIIlI zt 1\
: ,School Supplie*. Tablets, Pencil*. Penholders, Etc. Mrs.S.IllieKahu-Lott* i s, 9 and 711lJ) V ..r\l J ITr f ') a '
will launder tor'' I ILIIF"
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. j I ICHAS. blk 37, BrlmoiitTract-fl. cents each and make your them loo jl ADMISSION, MEN, 50 CENTS1;

iI W. L. Bell and wife to Mrs. : ,' uw Star Laundry. FUEl' I
I ,
your : .I
----- --- --
Kthn-Lot S, blk 37, Belmont
Tickets will i clnd free .
R. JOHNSON > transportation
: I Harding Plan-fl. : Buttermilk, 5c. aI I fur holder and one lady frum that they are ra n did i r '

SOUTH 11.1L,1 Adair Denham and husband '' at Solomon's. PeIlsicola to Warrio con. 1 chlit=.' ti I, .

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- r I I FofAK Slam*)* \re Very Modern. [ I II Slow -- -

GAM j J" SWEPT Starvationfs
&i. I The man who Las: the mania for collectirg ,
tf'&M' Jim Dumps moved on the first of j.o-tge stauijis is known tech-

: r g fg// Karzl i nica"j_:: ::.s a i Lluilat.2st.! Philately was B\\ FIERCE FLAMES the fate of sufferers from dy persia anci ,

I -,..- -,it v j> HishousehoidgOOdsallWefltaStray. I hU :j ridictihvl! in its- early d iis and i; I ;t If your fi d remains undigested It .;n ', 0I

k '. Tl K-lv The bread-box, teapot, frying-pan I' t.ll ii\ tlio e not ai-'jtiainteJ with ltd 4d bodv. In fact it does il.rtuJ.HlaWJ.t.; .., ,. :
I.F rOitCL Were lost within the moving van. t1ie.i't'ti.! Ar ;_i stomach and poisoning the system ,1
csIwU: : Two Bis !,!(.nufactor ::::3 ;
vtuffTG i.iCi.SSTCP."; What shall we eat ? wailed wife ,:,' !> stiuiii: :t> but rt w ae

I %' l 'l'l. him. j-\\.MI. ; r" of ri-C'-i-t: 1m tntien and it Destroyed. lU n Digests
to i L
T D -1:. y". 1 1 IIilly t.iK-e! Ma4) th.it k-tiors have I ,
.45 Force of cried tl9 WJ V
Why ,
i i i '....':1 ..uiid.: With the ndvcat Cf the What You Eat

; j Z \ ;:-_ ... -. Sunny Jim i I 1'.,-t.ijt-; !stamp rates were grwitly l lo\v- I ; (iiitll '\ hobl13: i the sensible remedy. B> d:;': '-Meat ; r
:. i r. ,I. IWore that in England the ti it, s' the and % ,' 11
_., Y- _; .4- i. Burred District! Covers an Area cf n-ngiht'iis body at th' _ _
( ': Irze for sendIng a letter the short-; :I I -t. '1 the stomach This rest 60n.rest.. r-s ; "r> : .It\! .

t <,-t
FORCE the iiitiudui: .tion of the itamp it fell to Burned In Fighting Flames \\ I Kodol cures. It u Nature's tonic. -l
I Five years are & disease the floctow called dyspepsia took euch a h1In .
: .i eiin\'. The introduction of the postal -: r MI 3t T -.
[ Origin; cf Fir Unknown.Camdt J&fccly gJ, I took quantities of pepsin and otttr mediclm, tnt D.t.-: ; 1 h> ", ", _, ;
1 R y St*'ireal 4,5 sj ,t.-n aa it at pro-cut exists! in : drownIng man grLpIkt a straw I ir&btled at KI\d.'l I felt an tmprv&. Co' ,. \.;
I a few UitUt am sound and well. GEOBGI :!. MAKSH A .\ v
vorDei-ai-Ld 'H
_ nearly every country on the globe I I himiiUii >n. X. J., Nov. 8. The plantsof : :; ,

: is of the May. 1"c I to Great Ilritain which in I the Nonpariel! Cork Manufacturingcompany It can't help but do you good.

queen 1 IM-I is..ud covers and envelopes to cuiie'ai; The bottJecont31ns21t tImes asmuch (a.tnal ml'lmJrplenlllsthetral !l"wLti! .:,!
mauuiaituieis of 1'rl'p8l''d hy F. C. 1)eWIt4 \ ('0., ('tllrao, r5lJc
: ; ) nd: by all dei ri
,, li-ttcrs all the kingdom.
i -iri-i' > \ over :
SIJ eet. crisp .kel of IJ hut and malL and iloAn-irews A: Forbes liquor ma infacture.s. a SOOthl Lf&an ..
DClt1'SlUeb Hazel salve appt'ation fe'r
*! plan was adopted through the exI r .s f :'S';;
skin .
comprising about a dozt'i lI l&ar" ul countertrtu.
4 ." "f James Chalmers, although
J Throajh ih* Daj Without It.T I>:night:
ulda't Gel frame Luililings! at
: C IP'. ( ., ,* *, F ii. '.- 'I.. '., ir IMS long 1(1n'en: to Sir southern section of the I John ShieppardHargiPhartnav; :Silney KI: -' :

; w ::.?'.v.r ._. '_ : : < '.alu lm: ." -1 1 Ilfli.!! Foitt, in tile ,
UK1 1. I' SEEiLi' lro 'fd by fire today. ThcqmmLCJ
1 city. were ( t-: -
I i '.1' t m-t country to follow England "
tnuated at $:: '.IMMI'
... -- u ..- 1 r.v.il.: : : In 142 a set of three loss i- I

:ii I',' !i .. ;f..;I.'I.i,I is_* \\numerals as issued denoting consisting: the simply value of The Lout burn-three U.hirla\'in1J:0'ks: : covers and an alo a-t:.-i Thy ?i M iir} : TOT A mm' 1!

35 printed in Mack. Then came the cantons the Dtlauare i.vt-r. The Brmst.arati -;! 1

-'," '. A'1' U" ". .- of Switzerland! and Finland will Ct.nway. liora In,!'ia, loadul)

: ::; ,4." -r V SNlf..I, Sapcrntitiun. I The Filile nnj l.n\v. avetopes which! today are very rare; I with Ikonte': ix.it and rmx>rid near MAnrMs < -- --

tJ a r Nit I juid to sends next came Itussia, United States, I t Fwrbts'wr.aif.. was say
f' I A c<'rl1: in \\ tIt L.io\\u 1.1\\'Jt'r, whose;
I '! 1IIt'r"lili"u: Franco, Dfldtini./ Spain. I5a\aria, and (d iromiriuum: !b> the tnudy a.r1'I'al
k t. \\':i1O! i- all, > t :i iu inv :iltii. i> ulhni a
Jr'J; & .s u traveler other coun'rit's fullowed in the train. I of tin !<:nct' ;' :.r'u-i, fire boat A=iw. -. Ara 1\1T j;
st"iyMjih .llu -tjt: <'-- the itun jxmted.
'j:4t I'' .. .\ it tinnier if uucoustiouit\ it of the dark '. I' hrlll win h (d.\ < ,1 i.ti U plate ul! i I Iant' ; :.. ....z... ...7'elo.y

.! ., I h I -.in: the CLnrrh of Knslaii.l: Cll'rgJml'n zy. I
On one ocia:-iou. it setnis. his wife
; f.. 1.' .. ;.it I i- t.uiiil'arii I wa suffering Intensely: : from a nen I In England a clergyman of the J >::n iMi-'it t> Cretan on tht.! f-: '-III l--,-iK '1 I AhY 1 6 \\1.1-1 K

f ..:1.1' rl: k. iiii'l! mime- Church of England may not ride to _. .aht'ridgwas! I'. lily! tuimed and \\ i- I
ous hiadache aDthiukiug.. perhaps, IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
If'tl :' '. I ,u : -t ,\. red the plt.'<'e I his voice might! soothe her to sleep, hounds resort to any tavern or lodge: taken to the Cooper; hospital. The 01 '

; : :.i.-; .. .1'; I') uiuttle the i E'-ked him to read aloud to her, whichhe or board iheivin, play dice or cards or igin of the fire is unknown. I'

i r 4 0 I L E .. :- :.'" l'f"M'lIt said. 'That's did i as the colored maid went back "tables" meet his colleagues ia a private HARDWAKS.:

I.J i .JI ..1II I I' the riniii]?.' I found out and forth about the room setting house to discuss grievances or decide (4I'ifdtrhte.

i .','; .''i.ring that when one caues this things in order for the nIght.Presently on a Jjint course of action, farm A tender hearted youth was once
I Oxford where Iron Xail- Axe Slir.v. I 1-. S.lW :Mill aid *..-:,1. '.
'l r.I! .' of a g1i'! s piece! to fease! It I the maid quietly withdrewto more) than eighty; acres; of land engage: present at an supper Ii
I :Supplies t'-iokitiur and Hf-atmj!: Mvt Pit! I > .
asstmhl\otJ '
of those
tin1 fiithiTs were
: from
l.fe drowning.
: Jt :- \ a human I the kitchen "below, where the ola in or carr'011. autrad. or dealing for .
Window Oia-s Gun, Pistols and FIII T.\\. I
; 'i k : I1I., \\' thi> uotion originated! I can't ex- I, ('()tlk. Aunt Phyllis. was making ready pain or profit, reside outside the bounds l-elsis; roundly abused for their parsimony I1.\\

;, ?fJJ'Wf' (.I'JI. l-ut thte pw.ple I speak of were to lock up and depart of his own parish, give or offer to any in suM'Iying the doiiiauds r.f Agate and Tiinvaro ann Jou*crurllishill :; (f"/olh." ;

IJft..Ii'l'nt l! arid not !generally given to "Mr. Alex sho is a good man." said patron of an ecclesiastical! benefice their J-ons. At last, after having long;

V r i ( cliiri liiis absurd notions. It is said; : the maid beginning.;: "He settin' up money or money's worth as an inducement I kept silence he lifted up his voice in S"AGEXr5 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL (CM '.: ; '.\ :\ \'"

; \ t-j !I... a Seotoh superstition hut none dar readln' tie Uible to Miss Alice, an' for his presentation thereto. mild protest. "After all, gentlemen," Revere Giant Htitched Belting! Xorthamptf.i: 1- ..

r1 ? ti4. of UJ fneuds cuuld throw Light on ItsQrigiiJ. she sick.! i Furthermore be may not seek! election he said, "lit as reniemU-r that they are Wheel Co., Liftm& Rand Powder Co., Joht- : .,.'
( ." fellow creatures." somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ra-- -. \\
/ _ *'Uo ('ii, chile" answered Aunt Phyllis as a member of parliament and our Coups &; Co.';; Raw Hide Lace Leather M.-: -

J I. I : : "don yo' know Mr. Ales ain read- should he by concealing the fact that Made Railroad Colors. :
: ...l l"A .r) or Charlr Jauie* I'm. '
he is clerk in holy orders succeed in All Paper.
in' no r.iMe? He's a lawyer: -New a :
I it tt A ruu1Ililltllry: is told of Charles York Herald. I' becoming elected he I is forbidden to lI'st'r-Tbl' theater is a world of enchantment Masonic Temple. Pen"acola, Fla.
r'j .Ta'ncs Fox that rather reflects on his
Is what it
take his seat or to vote under a penalty Nothing teems .
9.4 IWtJ tionor. lie was one of the ardent admirers
of fSuo a day, to be" forfeited, topethor ( to be.Edith.
the ] tp In Her :Vime.Aiiroj '
4 of Mrs. Crewe a noted beauty'
it 1 with all costs of action, to I -That's so. Tred and I were at
I ')! of the eternal on'jtic111'S.; any
'tJ (It > IT day and It is related that a
the theater t'other night, and 1'red after -
tion an Julbh\\.lJInn! elates this esperii'tiee one who cares to sue him for the same. The Star Laundry
: 1 1llllt-man lo-t a considerable sum to
looking about the house, said it was
Neither he aspire to the offices ot ; ,
"I maid named may
: t'ngi'KPd! a
f I f this lady at i-l.iy and. being: obliged to all and it looked like woodwork
.. .' I'eirl. and us I simply couldn't ask a town councilor; alderman or mayor. paper
Mr. I'ox them
% town suddenly. gave
r hr him Pearl to fill the coal scuti'o! or to holy- although by a curious anomaly of ecclesiastical I, and frico painting. ttoston Trau- Biggest Busiest Best !
j4r Zid ( r.v; to jay bfirging; to apol- .
I law be be lterI/t. ,
Ptn'ithe door!'tep. I said: 'I would may a county.
t r.:," -' (to her for his not ha\inr jwud the
; Rithfr eall l other parish or district alderman or council j
IIY some namell.ii
ti ,t $4 j tlel.r nr honor in i>cr>on. Fox lost evj -
or.-Pearson's. IIlIw'l1 fllIlI:
,.It.1lmg" of it 1 If fore morning Mrs. you a stolid tmeV 'Yet repliedthe i

f'r ... .. often uu't IISUI'I"'t,1! iMitor damxl lirinl.tl M.iy stntmd name j We ofler One Hundred Dollars reward -

is opa1'! So I sttuk t.. 1'4'arl.t onetime !Street of Old lKJI.I. 9ti '
1 : :.1 i \ .tdlllld. snri'nHl( that he never for any cae of Catarrh that : Ttey Speak S

j i i .1! the ,'in'uUIlilH'I'S! at Itngtn I I all but engaged; a mud named Some very interesting! iay > were cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh

I ,. llermioi.o. but a-l.ii'g! her, 'lla\e unearthed at I'I .IIII. in Eir..pt, and I
4 / !j' !hlnti-d: the matter to hiiii.I j i ui-on Cure. *
] ';, -, ui-:" "1,1: he. "I p.iid the wont'f :"U a M::<-k tlr ',-. white caps and among them was a directory sbowin- F. J. ('IIE EY. & ('-o., Toledo O. I Ij CTsj */

i .' \i. i : 'n
: 't: j. 1 t '. .t2!a! -.. ;" -: Mrs.;; t'rewel | 1.:: xo: tint I'm not piiim to near 'em cleat city of Arsinoe. In many respects -: F. J. 'Jheney: for the lat 15 y"ar r =?.

: .. I i .n l n. ii probably Le Ma didn't christen inc 'Crmioae for to this directory! I is cry. sim.lar to Iud believe him perfectly honorable I III

L1 I wear a liveryrrrnk.' a modern one. in all business transactionand; I We let tu! :-1' t
L- ," 1 : :. :... : : _"t it. II -
S I I Here, for example, ere the names of financially ligatioL made able by to their carry firm.out any ob- !' lId! fullwe( Laumlfr, -j'; I

.JEWELRY JOTTINGS. cf the Tariff. the principal' streets Arsinoe: School -
tth WEST & TKI-.VX. : thirnflveThey! will t. !:
The following amti,.ins detail of the street, Lower street South street West Wholesale DrureNts, Toledo O. I
fuiii! WM LMII. We wair: 'I
:((4 ::4t' \\ '1.11' and pale tints in coral have freak.s of the custom house are told in street. Cloth street Arabian. street, WAI.UI.NU, KINXAX: & MAKVIX.Wholeale .. I
\_; S.. nior \hI' the work w.- : : i
; : 4; : Ij-v.i ri-introtluwiL the Muuchener Zcituni: Alieruian gentleman Thracian street Ciciliau street Deme runrhts, Toledo O. _LJ; ,

: '. 'j.iint and fetching is a brooch in I returning; from southwest Africa trius street Therapeia street, Church Hall's Catarrah Cure i N taken internally utW8SlY.! !

I iji < !.e- form ot a rutty eyed golilrisb! that !brought with him a tiny monkeyweiiihi street, King; street nnd Emperor's acting directly upon the! ,

lio.-Is .\ iwrfect little pearl in its mouth. ::;; aliotit two [...ulllis. From aqua re. blood and mucous surface- thrayttem. -;

I- : :. Tw,) hlfrli. round topped etOD'Sn'IIPI.1 T.thga to Genoa tit animal was con- Some of these names may seem by all drnsrgists.. Price 7oc.Testimonial per bottle.* Sold free.Hall's I ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Cilltd for and LJt; l. ; .n ,

t U'jed ritis. Then to the Swiss strange to us, yet It we analyze them
of the
: together represent one I Family Pills are the best. i
; : -; .W 2 ..vi.r t.i-hiotis in emeralds rubies and frontier 13d. was (-hnrued; on it as "aliinl. we shall find very little difference between TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

tI ">t>:> r colored stone ring*. ." The St. Cothaid railway of- I them and the names of the ASK HIM }'oit A IIUHilW 5iFoley's '. I
-' tidal howeierieid it sis "a dog; streets in modem cities. In New York '- ALKEE. INGRAHAM Manager.
: ,
: .\ ui.-ceht' that strikes an uncommon I I
and charged "';.. while on tie Eastern city there is no Thracian street or Demetrius Tar -
I I -IJO\\ S yellow gold! in tresses.woven I flofieyd
,. j Sis railway it became a mere "pack- street:, "but are there not a Little 'I .
"tin tlit-ir locks of
r as women plait coIJs.
i a--e"' liable.. to ,.1. Through; Baden and Italy and a Madisou square?-New I cures prevents pneumonia II
11.12 ,nr.it toOth ends of which are bars WEEKLY CIIEU ; I. )t I
: \Vurttem! ;: the a'limal! was passed York Herald.

; ; f } .L:I'h: \\'.',clasp k Iy. togethor.-Jcvelers' Clrm- j j (rte, hut at Stuttgart; it agiiti; : became CURES WEAK MEN FREE.IIIMIPJ. FOR STEAM DIVISION

c 4j "u doo;" and coat anoihtr I'd. Merely the -ronjt Mnn.Divers 1 i'ElSCOL.tIECTHIC: Tfar1IN: HARPER

was The little watercolor I
lr't \V. A. Herren of Fia.-h Ark.. There I is no cough medicine 'o pop- painting which he prized highly i I.\'e and n Hap! Home KAILW Y CO.'ll'A\ .

1 ttlar a* F ,t>y'" Honey and Tar. It for All I
: iitt-"I wi-h torepoittijat Foley's and had sent out to have properly Trains leave Ktnsacola' for I'LiP:
contains: no ite or poi..fnand I How any min may (|uiekly cure 'iimtifatey Bayou, HIll IHvou.aad 'varrlt.gtoa, Nivj rill" .
Kii! .-r Cur,> ha- cur. d ,i rriMp. opi framed returned to him ... f
: was cheaply -arj of-uITeri'i.: : (rom \ iai w>.alI ;- Ion barranca at ,
:k r : ,' i-.> of liidll"al1d hlT trllull.> never laiN to cure. W. A. D'Alem, I' and w retehediy mounted and with tin- I nelost \ 1II&11l1IlIht! !1.1---* \'IU te....-I... I WHISirft::
d'H.tfir..I"I,1 i| btre. i:1: S. 1'"laflx :St. : etc.anti enlarge 'in.,,li weak o"n. m fuil rf-.30 a.m.arm eat Fort Parrancai 7 IS in .
7 'ki i4 k i '; tw ) :!1\'l1nl': W ('e-r marks ou the margin of the painting -""Ize aid \ieor i'.inipivnI your name ,. 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort lut.-rarcaa:.. &.n (
t : k4 -\ Alembtrte.. 121: S Palif.\. ItM-lf. I and aldreto: Or Knapp dual i o.. 1.:.(- l.ou p.m.arrive Part Hhrracoai l.tp g :
P-ArJt: Jl SALVE'hernsitlnzni1n :.. I Hull Huiidiii 1Io'r'JII11'h and ttiey .lIOp m. am veal ort Utrrancat .16p u 3j
--- J I He trode into the picture framing will gui fly <-ml free re. eipl with lull .Ir.--- 1 1I iiIp.m.arrireaL" hurt itarr : : thqrt4 tion 6o (LISt ant man ? -ilv curv liini- *8.txp. m Arrive> Kort Hnrranc .i5p a "
f' r? .. 5 '1"1 on :X A. establishment! in a towering rage.: I ...It at hotuf. l'bI81 Isccrtalnly may n must L'II- Trains: ;ee Fort .r.arrauca (or Peaa ff- .

i .' ...,. : t'F; -j 'J 1.1 \ t' \VpepInK Ttrrm. "\\ nat do you mean you blacksmith. I..rouor..r.and. tb..f< lion mi;ex tracts takt-n cola at7:1"am 'rtJ
... ., -:1 Tic! litt-raturv I of "wii-piiu: tree''" Is i : ." he said to the proprietor "by. from tti. lr daily 1II"II.bo 'liat men think '
(- . i :
Pemaooia ,
;: I 'I cf tbflrscneroity.L' : arrive at (a a i t1 ,
F : (, / 'ui'i U.'itS. 111 IIi of It I bfins g pl.unly like that? Did I' .. .. .
1 i Zd-r :r 19u L/.h s-enduig me a job you .-ar t> :r-1't-ace: accept my flncTetbftnk Il-unp m. arrive at H-aiacoi: U J. p. & ..
HI' Ihi. .1 I. but thvrv i-l a \>*w UiS'of\ ; I' think you were putting a tire ou a for vnur of recent fiat*. I hftvu I J:()) p. m arriVe at rBnaila ... _. .- p I i.E'?
Kixi-n your tri'htnifnt a thorough tf-t aid I 5OpmarrIVt-itt"n-ae1i&. I.c p a : if\\ :
-- (a'et upon hich must <>f these ui.tr- watron wheel V : the bandit has bet-n extraordinary. It has i 7:0'p. m. arrive at ?"aoi8 ........ 7 t ;.. I .l1r
; : \'d.lUs! storii-s r,-.t. Many tra\!i'rI line CI.t'lIdtpI3InOO! the pro- cnmplelcly brao-d nit- up I am j i-t a> '9t5. p. m. arrive at Peatacola ....- t.L c.t I I : ( -Pi \... .
1 I lie Uhtor> of '.... ..1011..0. I I vIgorous 5, wh -n a boy and you cannot I HatarOaytoalyFARE' )! '":...
nave st-ribed tlie famous "rain tree Prieor1 didn't know dot yes such a realize how' haupj I am." I .- iLI ..
.t .4 tO*'ui.itu.ii j iiio iifw tliitii- The FOB WEEK DAYS, I Ifeniaoola '
; : of Padradoca, Me of Ferro. John tiel.eate chob. I vould hat put uiy delicate "liearMrsour method worked beauti _
t i 'i.i' -.j' were tlie i-.irlu-st to jirnctioe I' fully. Kesults were exactly wuat I net-dcd to Fort Harrancas and rnorti ""
Cockburn m 1735 described a tree at man on it. -Chicago: Tribune.
-fe -t l:... T i y ,di.iH-d| pit.' "f-fvtton or rag; Strt-nzth: andUor bave compli-tfly returned Pensacolato >avy Yard and retorc..._. u
C'ntmlmerlca., from and vnlar enifnl U vntirtly satisfactory.
l Vera Pas '; Fensaaola to Palmetto Beach and
VIJ 1 reicrn Ifc5C5DAT
I St : i' in tL.-! \TU" from .1 im-tule and plnctd4t I! Ilriulit .. Mirranm. ." Famous at home foi!
which water continually dripped
: ? 4t !:, Mi" u,,,-trl. Two ancient English: pure Once in th<* course of u speech which 111"u Iu-Youn was' received and I hal ICHXDUDE.Waen .
I from every l -af and IJrl1 lIell. no trouble maWlne u'e of iiir.e.lpt adirected <> '! tdn Generations
w.H iar print past
;.: i -j: }ihv, >.i .itm.f; ill" itn< Ar.::i-lK-us and was punctuated by Interruptions in and can trutbf ally say illS a hoon coaches.: running i
ir:4 :. J..t.u i.t > :.:.I't't'! '|iin.! botU t-peak of I GrEet find Thrift pad'amcnt: John P.right was sa 'in;;, size.strength loweik men.: and 1 am vigor.greatly" improved In Lean Feciaoola LT fort Karra&t Famous now all over

: rt L- ; I smiilpix .' e ii .-iily known hut tbr "Peisonally 1 do not feel I disposed towage i All correipordence is strictly confident amn. 10( m.Hi. .
I I r.ur .. r\ .. > .>' \\.t-. ; .tiown t<> them j Thomas IIIIt'JIJri'b once war against these 1'hilii-tiws," : tml mailed :n plain, sealed .-nv.li.p.1114 m.. it Inlp.m the World.
pathetic letter in a feminine hand announcing ri'ipt i. tree for the a.fciu, and ib-\ wau Ip.m
\\tk saiallH\ was writ | when an ui.iuly' uieinl.cr\ of his amheuev .
i4 } t.i 11" first ( iI vvrman toh \f itthi ip.m p.m. For SttDaunheisser. '
; the death of a little daughterand '
!i' t.'u ba. pnest and physician who bLuiilcil. "'IIiv-luw!" "I If. how- Ip.m p.till
I asking if he would not send In hIs 4p.in p m.Sp. .
lcr-: II .-.l ii Ae\intlr.a! and wrote thirty \ \ t'i. Mr. llri;.:lit continued without m. ip.m Bros

l.."\\,.. ,'n plijMiin .\. II. ,XS. II*. il-o I own.' handwriting n \ rse or two from piii&e.lily friend at the bai'k of the p.m. 2pm
'h liable lU-11" to assuage the grief cf KIDNEY nl \
I J.l\\ noiliinc of vinatioa, but a the household. to art Karraaoai N ITJ --
,;t:3: Sl.l : n iiiiunni;. drinking! ice water init' and shall be encouraged to reconsider 111%' -- =- % 1 .rd and return. ....,_.____._ fl. I' DR.KINC'STRY
Aldrich sent the whole poem not I
saffron and warming I attitude in view of the historic success PenuooU to Palmetto tteab ana
( h4i Lrg.' iiianiities, long after saw it displayed in the shop u. ccst UlaJ of xi!! dittzti. > r"'nm.________ H
ol Samson when prouded with a similar DISCOVERYFOR
: i !lAl..lrt'. cf an autograph dealer) with a good, I No J'lib elveS after ':15 t:. m NEW
tt I,1- <: I.' real Ui-i-oxerj of \vae.Mnation.(' weapon. -
round price attached thereto. ; ,
I'f..rJ"11Iwr out THAT COLD.
r ;ir<> tlll
-. t.-4 iSivi.-J! ills o\ierinients. In the jear tntte Proper. e.eltlnu a .'rt'J.. : = ;is pjom mi is I i Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

KJ u oicrni'd to Rcnjanun Jostj, nJIo.JrI't'u.rt' Tra thinking of tending my little \ story is told of a colon-d buth ;[i.i rnlt Y u enftl Ii GEvery..._I '. 4 \ .. Cures Consumpti"Qr( '' /' ,
old not of t'w0)1'105 most fashioittbie : '_ .
one .
faruitr / S
r gIrl; : to the eoti&t-rvatery, said the woman ""t it) < rf/j
!t.1-;' :oj .h'Jut! c"wl"'S being an antidote : next door. ".\11 those tunes you suburbs' 't\ ho. being giu-n a hundred "r i, \ ,? \\hirling Sprat I I Cold.-, ljronc.hutiPneurnoniaIIayF"-, A- ",

,u ?' :, .r 'nii'ilhpox.] tint it would serve as hear her playing she picked up by more iinitutions to a social function ;r 1OflZ7 tdunc d. Ceflf.'rjrtaatdlsa \ .,,: ; ,. ,. .."J ... ..., !..." ,_ <' \ r. 1 IC.. '

too:! be .eiit" f.>r eowpox. so soIidy I' (.g r." for dfli\ery, could act resist the tfu.p- rsc ciicd by scitarat ... .J d e.tI II tI..r'..... I......r.t", I risyLaGrippflf-ir. "*

,, i -, he bin.M'lf did aetually "cut" tation to sip: into each a massige; circular ;
:: I "Then she ought; to be, replied Mrs. physicians u the hut {fW1iy ottnd 1'bSrd.rIi.tSrtI. (1
: 'LL! Ins wif* and children for that dte?3"i e.-' Kostiquo.Ouubt: of his wife! who was seeking patients. "lit--""R'.L..".:...IIIlW........:, 'f.' I Sore Throat, Oo-ip & (

k Hut J.-ty is unknown to fame. Jea-: I' to lot? sent yon mean?" The surprise and consternation Bladder troublu otl.,. I.."_.....t1 "'''''''t'''''f,,, n. \. Whoopir Coujrh.:
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:%, ;ij n>\-'s 'auie .- 111\t.t -a TIll bannedby "No; picked up by the ear.-Es- of the invited guests at receiving thj rsica B.. ** t Ut\ IIUf-ar..t fu.. ;.tn. u:4ai1 k -' ,h....tr!:T"... !... 1.., n PAY.
..,.... NO CURE. NO
-! -4k 4'P C1. l'l' : chare two documents may easily be imagined. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. U..Uab.- 'K\iLCO.. "ELf
.. Boom S2c: Times Bldg., New York. Price 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES

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,.4rt : ; '. : Light Biscuit Light Pastry L'gKl Cafcrt.

/ S. Light Work Light Cot.-SURE and-

&er>.1 m Ii"e it; ;:; Punerfect._Quick-as-a-wink JL r O

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GEORGIA LEGISLATURE. KDh' aDd Tomahawks. II .t a 11 i
gc1DHAYTREATY. I No True American J
John Chalmers, the missionary! friendof i1 r fi

coy Reciprocity is ever satisfied except with the First Bill! of Session sed-Implr. Robert Louis Stevenson, and every I, ,I"j' I" e.
P' and tant Measures Introduced. inch a man, once telegraphed to England I .
tr vtes 1 best. The oldest is not I I II.
N. -bf alwaysthe Atlanta :\ ,v. 8.-The house passed : "Getting In trim for nest sea .I i ; j.

..' and Sir l best, and is seldom the the first bill: of tan session yesterday. son. Ask Jones send one gross toma I t 1

-.? the* : strongest. In this case, however It was a bill by :Mr. Felder, of Bibb, hawks; one gross butchers' knives. ""j;

.1.1: !land the best is the oldest and to authorize the commissioners Mloads Going: east; try make friends between ,: I: I,
"!it signed strongest. Let figures speak and revenues of Bibb county to trilK.'S. ,
Hay treaty : contribute to the support and maintenance London was convulsed! over the miss r'

:,,'ttw ten the I TheissenofTheMutual Life Inxirancc Company of the hospital\ Maeon, which sionary's peculiar way of promoting :
of New WUoruiuedi343)eicce) i
those of Infants Children. .
< any other for and f
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friendship with tile New Guinea cannibals !
',"indland! (' !We inHiranie company in existence. They we o\et i is maintained and supported by the I I.

:,:t.f Macon Hospital association. The bill !, says a writer in the Rochester Castoria ia harmless substitute for Castor Oil P.Ui'I! I !1,1

s nhmlttf'd ,i $352,000,000 as amended by Mr. Felder authorizes Post-Express. Chalmers had learned boric, Drops and :Soothrujr SjrupIt. is Pleasant. It j i': 1
that no other two articles\ so like- 'J I't
I were I contains neither Opium J1urllhino nor other NanoticMilMiinrc.
f 't on its tae commissioners to contribute to thj
. I It has paid fo'.icy-hoMers! over ly to do this The knife and the tomahawk It destroys! Worms and alluv reu'rKhne-s. ,
". !!'p. hospital to the extent of $1..OO a ear. i
t > were popular for purposes of It cure: IHarrlura aid Wind Colic. It relieves Teething i I'
: the state I $569,000,000 The reason for this is that many coon barter among people who would have :; Troubles and eures Constipation, ft regulates tho ;j : I! I, {
I 'JJ making ty patients are cared for in the hos Stomach: and BII\H'ls. git ing healthy and natural slccy.
had for of the "Encyclopedia
no use! copies'
t '. .'!vent.t which is more than anj other life insurance company pital. The bill was passed by a vOle The Children's Panacea-The .Mother's i I
in the world has d.: Ilritannica" or cuts from a fashIon -
! bufKJ. of no to fl. magazine. The telegram was incongruous "Bough< I

r ,.,p', Bank Statement A policy in The Old :Mutual The bill! by Mr. handler, of DeKalb only to the ignorant The Kind You Have Always : !

Is i.-Tho gives a man or a woman that providing for an amendment to tho Bears the Signature of i iI I

r U. 5 of the a i sense of assurance which cannot constitution of the state, so as to exempt Intnraocc leninit Accident. 'I' i,

: ir five days from taxation, or give the legislature The usual odds laid by aa accident
enjoyed under private '
*"7iA"'I.r.OO.: power to so exempt, all church company are nU()() to l.J that you do I I" '

t t. ." $ :.8g2; investments. school and college property in the state not die i from an accident in n year I I
f -. Illation $ I Write today for \\T\ere Shall I Insure" was made the special order for next Supposing that the whole populationof I 1 I

f l' .; '''>'"' : !legal! THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Tuesday morning immediately after the country were insured against accidents # I ; : ':
UMM : the reading: of the This Is : ia one office, each
; Journal. person pay. '
tf ., $n-.319. / ; COMPANY OF NEW: YORK one of the most important measures tiiif (4 and being guaranteed 1,000 in 1 In Use For Over 30 Years :

!! decrease $ KICHAKD A. lcC,ROY, President. before the general assembly, as It is vibe of elenth: by mishap, the premiums IIIi.c. Ii' ?.r frN.VN W -eoa.p.N., n-MUNN.r. lNrrf- MW.ON f/? "" .:< =---.riII '

$:!:!U70.;;: ( CECIL MILLCOX, tanager igm\l to pave a way for the exemption word! reach the figure of 140,740.808, I'I

!i iri!>Iiii!' $ ,:; : :;' Jacksonville Fla. from taxation of these endowments and the sum to be paid for deaths I !

: -- l'\: 1'. S. (. in the state. The taxation o! would amount to 14'JOS,000 leaving, i

i T}a< .0,0/I..1 t .O.S .. II. ii. iiioiiXToy, AKOIII, those endowments has interfered with after the deduction of a few millions tf. B. WRIGHT GOfflPflfiY ; i '
Pensacola. Fla. r- ,
: for working expenses the? very rI'SIIl.ct.j
I state institutions
many securing\
I ,. I
able proUt of 130,000,000. London r' I ,
f 1 : :3: ort ;n Coal. sums for their maintenance and su,> :, Tit-Cits.} I \ \ l-r.Si T MANTFACTrKEKS AND DEALERS IN f I' r r't
[ N'ov' E.- ORCHARD AND GARDEN.A port and there appears to be a general I 1 i i

I.' al ) : desire to relieve them from this I Ted the Trnlh. I, -- LUMBER LATHS : (I : I

J. t I Excited rNnirniau (Ito country hotelkeeper i I:
t t .' i-i an tree will bear every year.I Hall, cf Dibb( Introduced ar: il ;";:
)-"Ihi-re ten't I a bit of fishing I II I[ i
t .1 i.t I Lack of fibrcts! roots Is one cause of important bill. which provides for the: II about here! Every brook!: bail a sign I uJi Y Tz mr D CTPHESSJfilEGlESilllPKXHACOl.A. 8'11 l 'i! I ,

i ::1' :ill ere : I many tra
; I i'': .' row. sors who shall assess for taxation ai: i(,i mean by I luring anglers\ here with the { .. -;> #, I : E!
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i In' A sod fi:ralh; ?s great protection! to property is now returned to the promise! of tine Cs-hing j u I i

" 1.1, :,md the roots of the trees aaim-t! injury by comptroller general and who shall val Hotel Keeper-I didn't say anything ;,

'ij: < I' ,\ \! freezing. uc and assess for taxation all propertyof about fine G hin;;. It you read in>' ads j COAL Ar D W 1CDm I I'I'WE

:i. ,. I I Intensive! cultivation: of the young: orchard :railroad telegraph telephone and \ertisemeMit carefully you will see that I j 1 ,

,. 4' .. makes a vigorous growth of the excess rjmpani: such: as is now returned what said was, "Fishing; unapproachable. EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MITH I a'.OFR'l'P ADF i'I 1

side roots. directly to the comptroller gen ."
In rn king an overcrop it costs thatree eral.Other .
; I T.ir! : new bil's' introduced in the Theory oust I'ractlre.A I
more to ripen the seeds than to I chemist. t>\i.-tiitlng oj chemical SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC3AL )
r ,' I il-! the I house yesterday were as follows: I I
: \\'. A. make ho! fruit. Cy :Mr. Bush of Miller-To establisS! science, Oluu-I \vu that snow bad been iI i
', ": I 1'eacli trees flion'.l Lave: the ends of dispensary I found to IKU-VI") u considerable degreeof Thompson Olsen c5iManresa Co
a in the city! of Colqui'tIn '
Ions shoots shortened so that busby fount heat.A : .
Miller I
I :
CTOTS.: .It .. trees may! result.! __ __ ____ ) man present at this remark observed i
H'- ". Py Underwood! of White-To 'Iirl'ft I Street, Telephone J47. ; t I
e. ,.1 "dlc&1 Society. AttC'irlon. the that truly chemistry was a valuable _= I
governor to sii''senoe to' ill. -
t.. l./17" # There will be a regular meeting! cl fit-; .,rsa: Justice" and ta furnish seience lint he would like to ESTABLISHED 1863. : 1! I'
.' I c. .tU ha Pensacoh Medical Society al know what number of snowballs!
: rOIl)" to rich justice of the peace annciry I.
lIe Board of Health office it S would be sufficient to boil a teakettle

:.. resin clock p.m. Tuesday. Nov 11 and 2.1.!; ,' -.hall public!not[In cost the more state than provider1sirh $2 pet l'iiiuVa Stru.She McKENZIE OERTING & CO tDIALIB8 f: 1 :
Visiting physicians are cordially
I : '1 Inuk iiit.ilik-thrltu '!nvited to attend. ropj,3)'m'nt| to be made out of an'. -You will ask papa will you not? 0 If- 0 EI
f DR.W. C. DEWEERY, f''it"' : in the treasury net otherwise
Or must J 11
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J ',! >tl.i--ur.\" v'I1. [ President. 31J1'I't'fll'ial.rt. He-Oh. I have seen him. Fact is, Ship Chandlery l and General hardware. I
I i
." lt< DR. L. DEM. HI.OCKEK: Tly M'i. Johnson of Clinrh-To rezu he made the suggestion; that it was

t i ii, fiir"- v-iii 'u:;Sttf Secretary. !ht, the carrying of deadly weapor.In : about time for me to propose. I 60S AND COS S. PALiOX STKFfT. i ;

--- .-- I the! slate. 'to require) parties carry .-- dC32IN0Y 1
ins: such weapons; to procure lleena" The superiority:; of some men is mere
: 3C-' trStSSEEasasESESI"ENTY .'........-"'.._...-..". :! '_:::. I i REVERE COPPER COMPANY.: JOHN A. ROEBLIXWS SOCO.'SGALVANIZED I I
p i fir <.a- !!> an i for other purposes.; ly local: they are great because their WIRE ROPE A. HU 'HEr, A O PUMPS. I ,
ff i
t," nssixiati are little.
WORDS !i! ANTI PASS SILL --- tintS Scr r .ja f'Jst!, Oils! ltsti;:al! l Ittti::?!!tnl!:. 'Sisrls, Jlth !. Chi.: I ICo3IPSSsFs :

: ( ) vM' ;;'/ .
fl I, I ( LOG KTU 17
SI Measure I Is Recommended: by Genera' i C. McKenzie Oertia? Collecting A"31 for Kvr Pilot P.enevoleat Asso
Or1."I .- ( Committee. I"a ; r- !
II I :E ) I Judiciary ; .ui" ': oa every tho genuine elation. .
; ( I Ail.in:a, No\ S -If the unanimo I.I i t.4 wile::. ;Jrcziio4utnineTabletd I

I rcrunnundatan: of tlc gtc'ral! ju.luiaiy the rem dy that cuss, o cold in oce day. I' t
[1j;:J TWENTY CENTS. |(jI j' I lonli.J lh' of the houaf is aun-,"'. I I I THE ; I!

i I') ';\' that body relative to a bill u:
rt ,, tioilurnl I !by Mr.! Hall elf Bihh! a !I.n OPERA HOUSE'i iI -OX*-o i

may lu parsed at this ocssiou of th I ..________,._ _________ ', Pensacola: F1orida. : !
: I H
NEWS One Cent !
T I 'o i Iii \ tte DAILY a I S'Mi'ial a.i.-einMv mi-in! ? it nnlawin I I ,

J vv I ( ':"'h '. !t.: ,- wonderfulresults. There i* no '" for any lailnuJ: t-\iri| -,. tsjrsph! u. iYiONDL1Y. .
: li'idmiif compan tn iM.iiit sin i.; I I 0 Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. t i iI'
: t "j t i I''.. in the state for realizing a want I fc< ,< NOVEA1BERTHF I
j prix k'gts to any -.tat" o icer '
:,- 'II;': l,11I11111;, Tins measure: will: pioliib'.t: : the i-"i i Beautiful Lots for Sale. I. i

I anc c of free: pas-.'- \raihoals> an ,
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:: "; HAVE YOU WANT ? (1 i; franks by t'Xjirr/ *.._. t.'li-iihont1! and I." i -* i ii 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according i I
: t tt i I Rtajih) compaiiit in mr>inliers of tlij :, '
( & Wall iI to location and surroundings. : !
-- (j, legislature jn..s! :: and in fart ?\ i Quinlan i
other ffi<'ers of the state aUl-o'i-'. I i
II A' U'ntfil., Notoriety Wanted. I there is a provision in the bill e\d |p: I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, 1 :

13 \V tuted. \Vanted.G 1 IMPERIAL MINSTRELSDirection Fertile Lands. 1 ;
;, : Opinion ins; policemen and firemen from th I'I'I High, Dry
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;, \\ ,:nl.nit pntul'r'aIlW. I operation| of the measure who may I In iI .
n l \\ d. Quitters Wanted. I allowed free transportation by s r.1! I The grandest opportunity for investment ever : ,

E \Vrted.W.iited.. RoomWanted.. I' railway companies in towns and! cltlewh.:1' Mu. DAX <}riNiAN, late: I II offered in :Pensacola. ; I :

F : : Servants'auted.. they are on duty. Matagerand Interlocutor of the I II I = I ,

: \t'lured.. Teams Wanted.Uuionmen 1 ,\( ('on'.iru!! to the bill any of the com A1. O. Field Minstrels.I ; I Home Seekers Should See These Lots. ; ;
I y !'! panics named that shall be guilty un I ,
I \\ultttl I. Wanted. !1 rter the i pio\i,:lons of the measure may I I 0 0n
.: ': Wanted. Vehicles Wautpd.t 42-ALL STARS-42
i he fined $1 I IIIIIil in each ease II' A. 'V..Clubbs I
t JVanted.. olivesVanted.. I -?-,-' -- I I 'fJ I Ii

K \V-lnted. Xperience Wanted. .... I Greatest of First Part- t tF I ;
PHYSICIANS Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets
I((1:) L \.V'.ted.. You're wanted: to have tl'' I I! Matchless Olio! ,, S
t Jii's :Many broad minded I'hy.iciansIl'rt'.crlhl'
.;, M \uitt-d.. Ze.il eiiouirh to place: a..!.. Foley's Honey and Tar, as Picked Vocalists! Exclusive Specialties! ;i'j :1
C. BRENT, W.M.: II KXIWUHY., It. HYhll; IK., J H. KKK8EPresident. !:
!'l f fE ) reliable they have a remedy never found for throat!so safe and and Viet- President Ci'ilfr nt't Osblei 1 j i :

lung troubled ds this grew: me dicine GareOlll strut( P?[ ant at NO n

E ii;;{ Uf(i'NiLJ! j f !IU 1PK (f GOLUIYIIIS I SPECIAl RUES BY TH 1 1 i ,, tll.\V. A. 'Aleirberte, 121! S. Palafox i, \ atoiia 11 1 : il.j

\ in \ WEEK OR MONTH. ,,; : Pri-p-:!;;, fill 13e and SIOMIMCIIT ) J'Irst i nan I
1 ,\o l1I1?1 HK A III IMJINS.V.: ----.-- l. i I II

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I \ i o 1. 1.Nn. II.V1K GO'I;. :
I __ ....n_ HHUH__' __ __ __,. .. 1'' : --- DIR: 1c..r'on&;:;i i i

\i 1 mil i, in amount premrt real ut low.... I "lliM.. HAKAH dealer in tUO-Malufartnr..1 Kair liooC DAINTY, ,< PETITE, WM. H. L KKOWJ.E3. A. BLOU:" T. F. hi.FNT N. K. HYER JIJ- t 'j 1 1 I i '

i i I.ihiK.:. I'.rooks. \ : a.HarOlielo.SW.! ooveromeno D. O. BRKKT:
I v 1'rtUfc-i M, Usher r".t. ; ADELAIDETHURSTON f "
Bin 1ini" I If MISS : : I IirON I

M[ I > >ou nerd moncyT --- -\I'A- -\17- : U.ANTEDAll U mnU l W f: '

s u tuaouttt you wiint.. '1 Ir.lillH o: empty h"1I D.1t! ,
mid lowest rat 1 "nltl "\. h'IISnYAN nnvllt Ci t' !
.'i 'mpro\eHl,, oity r,-Hl. SWEET CLOVKKnmrr. I (.ulb I'a aInf .
r.Wy \\> .\<''ld'III.tI'h 11\I-"II."nll..I': and old: IIL'I wr 1'11"!h.:1,1>111-I'k., t"l ar 'II :: -' 'lv >'iv '. --f.le ',1\1' rlyPralna. i -crWe d-.sir ant onn Bills! rf Extt\1 Ke on Great Britain: IreKi.51Jerniany ,i,{ !
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.will. -nhtract. AMKKIi: \ N II I: SiFINii'I.'Itluugtnnl I
i KY ( ( -Franca; A>tftris. Italy, Hollacl!! rain, Uelginia, Rcsala PMDeumark
IIIIUltO1O> : I. : "'onwUA' I !
i r" yourprupetty.pro- .L. .-.- way, H fjlln.: : and other Ear(\pean coutrlr.o, I :
tots or .ell real: ftrf "AT OORNERS" -- .
I .at taxeslttended description, !Laveur to. 1!, \t\I" A.rt'\I..tollr I Inn num. al soln'itnr-No. i't V.\ 'applto--I 1.0\''rll'li ... COZY ... f; ."Veases Dl'j6d npoi. the file; Favorable Terrr;? and the!. 1 :; I -

l ". i'. 'A'atfcon t Co. (i iI' I:, 11I11"1 Mrt-rt.. bet wt t 11' and I'1 oVli ck in lhlf.rrntI.'n. SPLENDID SCENERY ,oC .oC ,oC I Obliation! ? Taken Payable r-t Port d "lesin'a'.iot! : Ten or Filt5a'! DAt i !
... 1'01111' I I'
u LrN agentb 1'.n.III' :, -- ---- -- after Vessel Arrives t .era.Bapoalt. t tHafatv y
nit. fIItt' Towerone
\\ will lend moo"yIls I I \\ "A'IFu-M-n: to It-am birhfr trad-' .oC, ,* .* SUPERB SUPPORT !
'HIU-.t t >. Hll-tl 1 I > 1t01pJ HUvancinent, by nbonilim r' : BOXM' for Heat in Gcassotltn t hitthwhlohw9h
o iraetiCf.. ---' ; ,.. Prlvn Aoartment far tlia Uee i t
to mttiil apilu-ants. fatalo+' To Roast Your Thanksgiving; a i if
.I1 llooni_. I Ir..... Wntr tOlla) Motor ISarbrr ColVg; RAnt"t'R, S '
New (irli-aii-. i-". els'AITA FRIDAY NOV. 14.Il..1IHIL11'I f t :
\ : Turkey Brown and Tender, 4 i ) I

..I"1 M, ..ur ,;oi'nl re oinlor rail,. 10- I \\ Afri> fhlt H I'-)A run mHKl u .man.at1"'llI'I to KI and to ebo gout i he HOME FREE I
E": Inr..lld'orla Hide to look after a moulJrr and to IRk, Bs sure; tt' ue Oa for your fuel.1 [ WE WILL FURNISH YOUR j
Cla'nl'I''R lareof hl> kiuv-'fcunil eau>. App.y t.)C.WllHeerman 1' i: : : I-KODKTION : 1 t. r :
--- -- Ibii-sen Kuitding. n5tf Nothing bo.tter-nothing a, good. ,
i .\.141;, n.\ITLEY CIMI'itELLe : .
-- I nm MAM! OK it KM.I :: i I j You can have a hot lire in minute!. \ ., ,I.i : '.
.\ Iv had in ooe rl the _' i 'If'hr31f'tI liamR I r
UhNT-A with Gas. How long does it tak' I : .
'" and "'I'- ; (if-irtbltt > 'OK 8 VLE OK country bom t' i '
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Hill.kuhjHct toeuarnuetor I II 2'.. mtle from city our mile trout CII -.- I.
I using; coal? You can roast; ,. '
,. you : 1------- .
s' ibjv HilttiurulnK :Mrs Basra property u I : :
dear line. !
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t .n at my ot. A.6novw Ka>i>u 1'fxar. ,lire plenty of li b ar I if I. . I. I
bake! broil fry- prefer-any .
; raiiiilit. Fur further Darticu'uri! apPlY ftI" : you My Partner :;, .': : : .:: ;! ;

l ':,.1 t Ki'fhfn Furniture rl.\\'rst UcllllOQt_strict. HlolIU : i thins cookable, in fact: with Gi5j : t" .,. .......I.....,, 'I.Ji."; ...r ...,..,I.i,. A. .'J I Ic'

,nt of li-UMni: euyr -cliool.KlNIKiUAKTKN In ---SS*>S>***S-'> +"....***l* ** *** ** *'* -- II" : "
Iandl'rgaitcn i more quickly, more cheaply !:a! t'
) street. luwI' j : ;". "IJ. I
: cleanly I ADMIRABLY ACTED .. . I(4.,1 4 4w
i : : MMIttOL will h I ; more way. ; .. ,
most ae lr"61s let In .
: \\r-ght street IV t. about the of Ga MAGNIFICENTLY MOUNTED! } '
t-) tt-rms by the Kttber See ns .
1. |.vM.-s :Margaret Ma-la\ "t SifItoiird (f;
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i k
4'j Sonta I'nia'oxI'ulm f S 1
t ; ; r I
mill I><;(lir .. inBU II n'" I.r
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'I' U1U. Amerienn
I i Pen acola! Gas Co. "Thq greatest play eve I
( I'OK, KENT-Two handsomely furnhbe j, I' written.-New York Tribune. SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. [.& t -, lAO. _
'r r''ntum Or dalleer, TIC 1 roomoath board. AM modern cot I' I .
-:. Th-: Ldurunu! 'rairnclit iiMinatile lat -- Eiu1Urf c II'' PRICES:-23 50, 75c and $L00. .Jm;. f. ;;g ; :;. tii
:' N t\, l.J! ,.... wet,W I 125 and 27 E. Garden St., Pensaccla, Fl I !;I I .! 1 S

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EMPLOYES In times past bread was aerated by the use
of fermented duugh,beating air into It,or, f't'-I i j! Feeds the body-starves the

quently sour milk and Moro usod as Daily New microbes! That is what Scott's
leavenmg ag.\owyrogree+lvebouee-wlved I
_ AND WIVES HELD ENTHUSIASTIC nave a.l"i>f,1 a newer and better mf'thud-the I Fl-jrala, Ala Nov 7.-The L. & N. :i Emulsion does in consumptil n.
"tfl,OD Ll'l.'K" 'ay-Ifl sunthorough and
3. i cars are now carried to the Jackson
convenient -OOoU Ll'LK faking Powder I We can't to under>taml
MEETING THIS FORENOON. always of the same high stan.la-d,aud had I|I Lumber Company's mill. The (I: expect

lung maintained ltd iitlon as tie lea,ling teams which hive been engaged in I all about these germs and I microbes .; What quality can: b.
Powder in the Land.
: Baking hauling; from the Yellow River depot -I the doctors talk of. : a SHOE: for TWO DOLLARS AND Flft"CEXTO:. t: "

'. About twenty,five railway emjploye Richmondirginia.. are now hunting far another They say that one kind causes !I j i! etljrt is made to give one their money's worth. We m ik- _
with their wives, met at
i iI a SHOE at this price, and well say candidly that then
-- job.
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Rafford: hall at o'clock this morning consumption. Consumption
; by Mrs. Wright. It was aU decided The large store building is now on I !i SHOE to be had in the town for fifty cents more. Trn ..
upon a call issued Saturday. !' microbes feed on weak lung I
I IIt'presentative5 that a meeting of the local arrangement the way, and inside of 6J days this !I duplicates of the higher grades, and come in any kind Ili: .
+t : from the B L. E., that's I I
Perhaps so.
committee will be held next I will be one of the largest store houses want. A most varied assortment to select from for hot:
B L. F., O. R. C., and B. of R I. II I I
Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. o'clock, to in Lockhart, in all this county. It At any rate we know that I
besides a number of ,
were present,
?%h l' employes who were members of no set in working order. This committee I will carry a large stock of general Scott's Emulsion has a peculiar I ...Ladies and Men..

is composed of Mrs. Geo. Hoffman -! merchandise.The action the which
urp.niZ'ltion.Ir3.. Jack Wright; of ; on lungs givesthe -
( Mrs. E. C. WatsonIr3.. W. H. i graders are at work all the
{Jf ; Montgomery, grand sentinel of lungs new life and vigor. AT
hs s Caro, Mrs. T. J. Butler, from the 0,1 way from tha mill to Green Bay, a
1 Ladles Auxiliary n. L. II was present Healthy lungs starve the microbes
I. A.; Mead WiUon, from the O. H. distance of fifteen miles, on the
and W. M. Mason of Moutgomrv i
i C ; C. Hancock, from the B. of L. F.; route to Opp. out. $2.50
a trember of branch 4'J3: : B. L. I
ts. and Dan McCa-kill, from the unorganized -I Mr. Sullivan, general contractor, Life for the lungs and flesh
was a visitor. I

; i'E The: meeting was organized; by the trainmen. is a hustler, and expects to completethe I for the body, that is what the PA I It.

,,. P A more detailed report could not road in about three month i
J -lection of Meal WiNou as chair- I consumptive has a right to expect WE TAKE THE RISK IF THERE IS AST-'CAI'rt !
be made for this alternooa's paper. time.
uj,in, and G. M. Carroll, secretary i, I from Scott's EmulsionAn : MONEY
Mrs. Wright will leave for Montgomery The Central have"pitched YOUR HACK!
I T ie meeting was called to order tonight I : ideal food and tonic, ft'- :
their tents" toward Florala and
3 ( without further ado, and Mts.; -
? I form of wasting di'L'a"e"
line about
have located the ten
k Wright was introduced tike need- TO CUKK COLD IV OSlo I) \Y .

Take Laxative Hronio Quinine Tablets. miles east of town.
"d no introduction, however, for MEYER SHOE CO.
t '
signature ffflV on eeryAiK
ti here box. :!;)c. (!) .rt7 I Dr. A. Chapman of Geneva visited ,
'tg;? t (r i n frequent business trips; i' I the city this week : MARITIME.

6,f3 twas: well known to all in the' HIM FOR A Hl'DOlXS' Sc I Feet Furnishers for tasli Only
Mr. W. H. Jones of Troy contemplates --
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t i .
I AkRICEnItarship
took her :' sa s _s s2s +5PsPs s a going into a general merchandise -i i Yl'ga.Ont'ta, 11U.; (Genoa toll 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
MrWright subject
t ;; up | Bears 4 i'oIlrssI.ianton .
business in the near future.J. .1 I Lea=k, lint, Tampieo, to --
:! wrh earne5tne5 and delivered
great: 1
,l SOCIETY EVENTS A. McLean visited Sellarsville I Gulf fransit Co > 010....................+....t. .................IN
It bk Maoln Mosso
& >< 4 talk in of her contention !SJ Thrynas, to 1I 1 -
( d strong support Howe it to ; --'- --- ---- -- ---'-- ;
e Monday.The J- .
that of inciting interest :in a I ICLEARED.

dN + > A convention of much importance : new residence of D. Hughes is Rus bk Guru 1'';. fevalinstorm.bv. nix M : I
r well on the way and will be occupied Robinson f.r liuenoaAyres with ttlww s ft j .NOTIONS. 11
rt if i i which will be held in Montgomery( : lumbers iiTT.:
I'I'i when completed. HAILED. .. ..
3 ? (141 in June and which will be composed S KS7S7 4S Am 63 Pen'acola, Leech Galveston ) : j
( Col. J. E. Hughes leaves tomorrowfor
all cla-sos of white ; I II ) !
i railway
i[ R. S, Cathcart spent Sunday In Berthna Baptist church, five THE SHIPPING. J"r '
; -
i a/ poyt! : Mrs. Wright luuJled her I II I Montgomery;,: with relatives.Mr. i miles north of Andalusia, to attendto J) ..

'3 -ubject: well and explained what: she Grant of some important church work. VKSbKLS IN PORTHTFAMSHIPS '
Berry Montgomery

it 1 i waateJ so thoroughly that when she i* visiting relatives in Pensacola. Cane grinding is; now the order of ITHE! ] BIG STORE. i
I I the day with Mr. Billie rftraughan, Lumber lir Capenor.Co 1C31 Uodham, to Pensaiola ;
-it: down all had a perfect knowlJ : The Mimes Gnlh'n's dancing class .
] 'is I superintendent.A I.r Cento. Hil; Adams,to W 8 Keyser* ('0 __ -
.. ;e of the purposes of her visit. will meet to-night in &t. Joseph'shall. I Ir Chatton:;JI.1anUerlloD. to Gulf TranSit n .
11I .
COwed I.
Pitch l.nkr.;
When she had concluded Ler I Ester l(5s(5, Horndahl, to L 0S It It
-4t Trinidad, nn i land in the south Atlantic Co No Department of Our Business i k i

-,)>..ech, alternatin.j speeches were R. L. :'oICV1-kill of Freeport is at ; opi>oMte the mouth of the Orinoco i I I Lumber Oer Hortn ColtrInure. lii''''l, hems, to Pensacola .

'I '' :.1 -de by everyone in the L.ill! both ''the Mercnants today. He is here to is famous for its pitch. There :R''l. N'llkstoiuifTransltCo

}Vi rattle and gentlemen, and the meet- attend the federal court session. i are districts where there is pitch ever llr Minlga, rnnl, JIClt'rt: to Gulf transit i <* & Complete as This. :i i

I, >'where. The beach is pitch and so CoSpan Maria, MeindersonetoGnitTransit I .
: t j is :..j did not reach an adjmrnmenti The infant child of Mrs. Ed. t':math are the "rocks" borne of which han Co -- ..
I It I'inln. Ki". Guano. to Gulf Transit ('
I christened I 0 .
the :
:1 6 'i:jtil after the dinner hour. was yesterday at been carried off to supply I'aris and Br riiornly, l.7., Major, toW LV'ilticb
q G1d-den Street Methodist church. New York with tar pa\ements. LaBrea l .1 Co : Latest in Belts, 25 cents to $1.00 :
j )lr- Wright is a plain spoken 1 oil JI'II. .
t in
,t i Rev. L. P. Walker at Monticello pineapples grow to perfection I It Kupbeinia 11.1'0; Bartolftto, to Rosasco
4 ,G oil-Iue.s woman and 13 heartily iktd a brown soil which! Is half pitch. Rut BrosIt .I Wrist and Belt Bags 25 cents to $1.00 i
r' ; ;!, Mossn, Kuaa-eo tiros
attending"--ions of the Presbyterian Vauloo,1>; to .
the wonder of till isle is the lake
pitch .
sir I i
,x l r in the work of railway em- MARks!
:( ;' i synod of Florida. He will prob a mile and a halt in circumference. Hose Supporters All Styles. !
t Nor Arizona.Jorgensen,toMjH: ull- ,
1 i'.yes' Wife of a railway( engineer; !
; ably return tonight. I As it lies glittering In the sun it looks ivan
x 4'i I H.rU, she can sympathize and feel! 1 i Otto Clau-en and wife and Miss j!' like a :n"t bed of monstrous mush- Lumber It (avite Co L. -T1, Mllipplnl to I'ensacola : Steel-Beaded Bags, 50 cents to $2.00 :

r t rixmis, ail black and of all kinds of It Kdpnburgh..". i. Marl, to order I.
it i i mothers in the same position, aud Annie Z&rnachfcl of Davenport, Ii., I shape and sire, some measuring as Rua Uurli, ..'hvallnUtroiu.. to Rlx M :' --- -- ;

'!;perfect command of the English; ., armed this morning; and went over I much as fifty feet across. The space ,, Robinson Ital Florida ll lei!, Salerno, to 1'arodi A Co ; n -NEW JEWELRY.-(* :
T Rosa filled It Ins'.ConMgliere.. to ordrrNor ,,
s I and more especially when to Santa Park this afternoon. between these unlovely objects Is i
uiguige "
I "
I Jouanne, Pullesln, to i'en5acolaLunrbcrCo
I I. '
with oily water. In parts of the lake .
t '
r t dklr this ter favorite The G. I. A. of the Brotherhoodof | .
t .1 r :; on subject. I I th*pitch is quite liquid and the ground Am LottteMoore. Tfl, NheppardtoJuoA : i
Locomotive will It'rrltt"I'" : Beet English Pm; ;> cent per I Initial! Letter-.
Engineers a
r Her visit here will prove ofgreat( give all round is full of pitch and coaly Kr Uollo.s.lenkin,. to mailer paper. three dozen. :
a t. 1 dance at C. K. of A. hall on the stuff to a depth of hundreds of feet fort Kio Douro, Magauo, to Pt-n-aeola .
,# t.'ud1t.Tn Lumber CoNor : Kid Curlers, all sizes, 5 cents Kid Gloves, t Hptu .
of Nov. _:;;. Tickets 23;:
night cents '
isuuerh Hm( Millnt, borderNor
". ; 0 package.: a pair. :
condense the matter for this is- each. The G..hha. I s.unt Monnn,1 Gas tiudderaen.to order '
I "Geisha the professional girl entertainer Nor iHbitlM..i.'l. ,to order : Hair Pins, 1 cent paper.: Hair Brushes, i', tll> 7 .

.r..It isjUitthiA great couvet.- At lu o'clocK this mottling C. C. i! of Japan is by no means tol I Fo't Lriauo. -:"", Caclieur, to order F. S. Braids, New Stock. Combs, 5 to 2:; cent. :

K f i' 'n IIf all clashes railway empioyts Davie of Century, and Miss Eva:' > confounded with "geinln," says I Am Brothers,,i.cuoo I.'", Kelly ER"to master; e Tooth Brushes, lu to :2J cent. Fancy Combs, :2!> t.. i) c. : .

: x ill be held in Montgomery late in Jones of }'Ensacolaore married Japan and .\mcr <'a. The word geisha j Am 1 tun nil Christina, l'a, Aielsen to I --- --- .

ti j u:le, at which the highest; ofLceisin ; by Deputy Clerk Burton at the court ': really means actor, ";'e meaning a |i mater Am MaryT (iuinh, ImT --. to order .i

hou-e. 1 hey will reside at Century, plaj or entertainment of any sort, and j AmT W buun..ll. Kro n, to J on A Mer- : UNDERWEAR. !
3 k the dilIereut railway peoples' ort "tha" means a For instance ritt .
gtzatioas will be present. The for which point they left at noon. |i iI I i fclia moans physician and so on. The :: : i THI I; THE !SEASON FOIL CHANGING FROM :M ,' :

G-o. W. Cratue acd Miss Annie i word leally means what "actor" doesin ; Try Force at Solomon's.NELL 0 TO WINTEH. E'EI VFHING KIMT: IA i HI.LLA i .- I :
111.1\1> \ H to hold this com eiitinu three I
mum were married by Riv. W. T.I r.DKhsh;; but it has come to meanonly : !<5:5: DEPARTMENT WILL BE FOUND I >j i

e .a more days in that: city effecting a. Tracy at the young lady's home those gills: In Japan who are' DRESSED 0. 1

I grind organization of the entire near the head of the Big: Bayou, trained to entertain by dancing and I ; .
sinking to the bliamisen and koto, the
;; :
:tuhberaudgettingthegreatestgood : yesterday afteinoon.: A good many :I usual musical instruments for light ( MISSIVES.When. .: f? MILLINERY. .* !

: .. ."', c for the greatest number. At the con- : people" ( from this place were at the rtaimueuts. and they also; are traint. 'n-1 1 .

i' wedding. i the i j We will offer this week Sample Hats -it ;
Ei P cla-ion: of this convention the entireparty I ) converse; aprteal.Iy;; on topics of you write a note you

iz q will be brought; to Pensacola on Mi i-.ei Mary Wittich and Annie day.while it"Ueiiiin.really."menus on the the other same! hand thirty want it to have attention. j one-third off the regular price. ;

y LeB,iron left this morning for Mobile It must be written on nice .
4. r ::1 special train, remaining: m this ,, ns e ishn.! has now come to be appliedto .
-- -- -
where they will remain until ; ;
: art.sts.; m n higher sense. paper and enclosed in a
} ;'lice three days or m re. The local tomorrow. They will then on to ; _&
'5)) 1 i.rganuation will entertain: them in New Orleans to attend a convention The Mrrrjnar.. I suitable envelope. We'll i % ti j

} .$t various way, not tho least features i I of the n.1ughler3oftheConfederacy, I II ;. I'.utkiiis don't know that you ever supply the paper that will !' JDilliam! |olit0on) O1l.

met tm wife? fill all
to which have been sent delegate requirementsIN
which will tie excursions and they as : .
of ( bay : Wi"toin-l'an't t.1tl1nt I ever met :. ,
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a possibility of speeches fruit the her but 1 hare seen her many times. :;e. ..... . ..... .
I BULK OR .................. . !
)' e hi heat grand i llieers! at the opera ; A surprise party was given Mi-s ,;, llj the way saw her kissing a man on .
back stoop t'other (\euin:;.
Eva Gonzilez by her little loy and jour

hou-e. girl friend*, at the corner of Gregory f Butkins-Saw my wife kissing a IN BOXESand THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
) How will make up this convention : man? What elo you mean by such a I ,
: many I I 1
i l and DeVilliTs streets, Friday night. story as that? I all the popular -Iiade-

*t ? i cannot as yet be stated, but Tho-e present were Mi!i"es Annie '
: iM.m-Just what I ay. that's all. I and weights.Goes LEADINC REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS

f the number to come hero will form Amsworth, Blanche McHugh, Annie r.utkiusou actually mean It? It I i I ,

fie! most important: of its kind tint : :tiers, Louie Bond, Violette only knew who the rascal was, I'd- j I i I l'E'ij.COL.t"lJ'JHW..\,

# Gonzalez, Lou .e Bibeghau-er and \\,1"lIill-1)OIl.t pet excitexL It was Bookstore Southwest Gorier Palafox and Ga-den Streets.
hiever been to reu*acoli. ,
Ads Uonulf1.; Masters: Ralph Davis, you of course. Supposed you'd know | FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS, i .< '* a

fit,' b At today's meeting; small aunuu'e: Willie King, Willie Bowman, Ed. that at once.-Boston Transcript I'I-SS.\COI.\: ..\. I}IA ?
I I.jt .4 J J jt jt STORES AND OFFICEho K
r acre pledged from different dele ward Anderson, Stephen fcweeney, I YOU SHOULD DRINK PABST NEW ,

1 to defray the convention's expenes Dudley Gonzalez Clarence Am!- MALT BEER. IT IS ABSOLUTELYPURE. NEW STORE NEW COODS I
t North I Two stores connected '.v : twills
dwellings i-fctory on
Two largo
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the amounts being suggested worth aud little O. A. Gonzalez. | Bayltn street with all midorn conveniences t rooms and kltr!.-,. ....

Though Miss( Eva was taken unawares NATIONAL BAZAAR. \ NEW DRUGS i city,,gar JM. water per annum.and In residence portion of I I Government street, near 'I art ,_

with the assistance of Maters ;;- I rent as whole, or leparnt l* H'
r CHI ;KV-t 110)1!'. i Large and comfortable dw'lIInll.@tory.! '
f : Dudley and O. A. Gonzalez and ---- I II with gas and water througnout, larx lot. rental.

A Well Hun Plate little Miss Ada Gonzalez I A National Biziar will be given with outhousps located on the corner of 1.I. ,, .
tr'' : they entertained White's Ij Uua street and bib Ave., $.15 per montb. Tbe MsGion Kulldin--. "
for the benefit of Christ church Pharmacy. I mentandTarragonastr. t- I.
At a children' home in Fort their guests with much A d" lraWe one-story dwelllne, pontain- for warding house. Appy ("> .
Wayne, Ind they hive entirely enjoyment and tuerrilr.ent.1| i building fund at No. 40 South Pala- lug 7 room and hath, ga* and water .1

v'J ib.'mlOlled coffee because of the bad fox street during Festival week ': undersigned has throughout south frontage within Will easy I.argsstore-room.corner Katecdeacla ;
opened a lines.
It i THE reacb of Beit and North lilt car { .
I Ii I street..IJi per rnui ii
: t N tl"jt Of It. CRIMINAL !1 Anyone desiring to contribute to' Drug Business in the Renshaw lease for IJ50 per annum. ,
g' it M. B. Oor line, who is the !: .
Mr* ; I '
i | this affair will please Two-storydweiltngcontaining rooms, i A few officer on Palafjx tr'
deserving building, 106 South Palafox street .
} { matron, is meeting with grandue near Belt Line, No il>' N. Barcelona !street. |I "Tole.en !iulld.nll. and a :.ar,
f : frklj (-eShe wa compelled four years ; notify Mrs. J. t}. McGaughy or Mrs. I with a full line of Fresh Drugs, Perfumes U ill lease for liti per annum. i i ante-room,tultaUe for m' : i.;

tar ag"> to discontinue the ue of collee Walker Ingraham. lOnlwI Soaps and such other articles .! .
: 3 l aud after making! several experi- COURTJ5ESSION ------

i >, Id meut concluded that Po-tum filled .I I Cut this out and take it to any ]i as are usually kept in an up-to-date Examine the corks on I Genuine Schlit bee' 't.

a r ; I the bill and h.ii used it Her since.. I : drugstore or medicine dealer and Drug Busines bottle of Schlitz and the name branded "*'
; Q+i s 8he has charge: : of a family rf I I We respectfully solicit a share of every .

s children numbering from 22 to 30 I The November term of the criminal get a free sample of Chamberlain'sStomach I Ii I Ii j the public patronage, promising to : see that they are branded I. cork. Dcn't accept \"
and Liver Tablets, the best
writes I it'l'l'\JstuillCotIt'e
and us
a j : court convened this morning. entire satisfaction both "Schlitz tutes.
: in
give I
e i i
r < freely, using no cotlee at all. The i i physic. They cleanse and invigorate !' i -
g ,; children are always well; we hive Judge E. D. Beggs, presiding for the the stomach improve tbe appe- ,I goods and prices. .,'
t sickness for two except and the bowels. :1 The I will repair your watches ana 1 I You can get your / "' '
iMr had no year : first time at a regular session. tite regulate Regular Prescription Department is in in first-class style. J. 1 .
; such a3 they contract at school size, 25c box. jj I Jewelry complete af M+rstonlft -
; I per j II I| charge of our Mr. Walter H. White, :\furnished
pi t1 like whooping cough; mea-le, etc. I >seven negro gamblers pleaded i 1 I II >-
i who will his
utmost to
,, a No bilious attacks, no fevers no i' and fined 520 t each. This j PABST NEW MALT BEER IS THE try please all i Quinn'soneam/,
# .d :ti skin diseases. The children are all :guilty; were : PUREST AND BEST MADE. CALL FOR I who may favor him with their or- When call for Schlitz ments, weekly mont y:

alt'l Z' plump and in good condition. Clear : bunch was brought; down this ders. As our tock is entirely new you ---

,' complexions, uo sallow or muddy ; morning by Deputies Brewton and 'I IT. : and fresh, we solicit a trial order. ':'beer see that you get it. ASK HIM FOR A HI D.IN"! -
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: Pk lookicg faces, such as result from the l, j --LOyT. j I ILOSTmack I Look at the cork and see
; We always make P1>3- .
of cotlee. Shelby.A
use :W. H. White & Co. The finest line of umbr'" z
.1 *d'4 tnm strictly according to directions satin belt with large G lnel- that "Schlitz" is brandedIon '
of for ,
number were set I. : -
a cases city i Is at J. Step .e
{ I I" and health to '
anti it gives pleasure : !! tinder mil ba I
j ; s 'p" all. i trial and a jury selected. i warded. Isis otr.ce. re-I'j I 106 South Palafox Street. \ it. at them.THE .