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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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VOL 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 11. 1902 NO 50 i j ai
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MOST CRYING NEED i STATE SENATOR ,',I Ii i MITCHELL'S PRESIDENT TEDDY'S I''



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OF UNCLE SAM'S NAVY !,, SULLIVAN DIES !I., STATEMENTNOT I EYE IS ON BIG GAME : > i



I WAS ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN : AN ASPIRANT FOR PRESIDENCY '!\
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MEMBERS OF THE GEORGIA I AMERICAN FEDERA- : I L I ,}

Tin Department Face to Face With I Leaves Washington For Mississippi ; : ;

LEGISLATURE. 1 TION OF LABOR. i (3

Critical Conditions. I I Bear Hunt. : : I I 1 ':

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ERS ARE NEEDED. '' l.VJi., Ol ..uU3U. \iI.O Ifl'U-flltfi: j log ttl. ;raui k > !:,e,-aJlI"-Y: ; : I --- f I I

e I It I tie l"i"Lt.t'l.tL. Ls.riet: in the upj.ti --Wilkesbarrc-, .N-.v. In.-\.. D. WILL EC ABSENT A FORTNIGHT. JEWISH LONDON i : .,

Admiral Taylor, Chef : NOT ONLY TO Loiiiof the giiuvial assembly: 61 Wilson Ilu3 Stevenson Building! Indianapolis

I Gf'orgla.lied yesterday morning ai: led.: First Goes to New Ycrk to Rattcipate: ; J

_. ?' Navigation, Says Lack: I! BAG PHEASANTS! 1! ti'iiot-k at St. Jobeyh's infirmary.: "Replying to your Inquiry concerning In Dedication:: of New Chamber cf.Corrmsrcce CELEBRATES t i
the use of name by the I tt
o Man Warships En- lie had teen at the infirmary for my pressas After Which Special'
an aspirant for the presidency;: of t
I I about ten where he taken
c. 'I lincy of Fleet days was Men-Phis.1' I
Train Will Take Hm to
the American Federation of Labor, I : :
suffering from a severe throat troublt LORD MAYOR'S PROCESSION
desire tD say that I am in no way responsible it
Iiiii'y! News: BELIEVED POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE His heart became involved, and he Special to The Dally News.
UlU.The niuata for the clrculat'on'! of theso I
a, o> the navy aai.ual ?- IS ATTACEED TO had a sinking spell about midnight rumcrs, and while it is the duty of Washington, Nov.1'e.Ptesdect TRAVERSED UNFASHIONABLE i :

ut Saturday.He every man to serve the cause of laborin Roosevelt will leave Washington today I IT
i : fl'loftt !
,L t '1'ajlur. chit of UK KAISER'S VISIT. was taken ill at his apartmentsand any position in which ho can !he: to Le absent nearly two we-'kfc. THOROUGHFARE. J':

was removed to the infirmary, most useful, and while I appreciatethe He will be accompanied by Secretary
lficer111J' '
..nle : 'n, is more I
.. He declares where he had an operation performed] honor of being mentioned for this George II. Corttlyou and his i/hy:>iciun.:. I.I I.
\ nps.
Ha did not take an anesthetic ana' office firmly believe that I can be of Dr. George A Lung of the navy. In Special to Tho Dally News: ;
;acct.ns now going on Special: to The Dally News:
.u..auun of the fleet for stood the pain without flinching. This more real service in my present position addition: a corps of servants and ->e- London Nov.' 10.-Today for tie : I
Yolk Nov. 1U.--Hitherto King
Now
dlutlnr3 in the West operation gave' him relief but it was and if any attempt is made to cret service officials will be in the first time in the history of London, i '

..IU.-RC: the department I II. I Edward: has oel-jbrated bis birthday known that he was critically ill fo- present my name for the presidencyof party. the lord mayor's procetMion traversed ; '
ip quiet fashion: at hid delightful Nor- the American Federation of Labor President Roosevelt will leave rt I I
:;:j the critical condi- the last week, although his friends entertained the unfashionable thoroughfares oi
iolk home but it 'is curtain that Pie- at the New Orleans, convention you 10 o'clock tonight over the Pennsylvania I
.' of wfficorB, which, Ue every hope of his ultimate Petticoat LAne in tho heart of 15
ruler Balfour, Colonial SecretaryChumbcrlaia will favor me by sa'lngthat under no realroad for New York whereat :
: -uch a pint as tJ recovery. While at the infirmary his Ghetto, la recognition of the Jewish j
and War Secretary IJrod- circumstances would I accept the noon tomorrow he will attend the
.j 'j t.e: efficiency of th3 heart ahim some trouble, and ancjfcuSly of Sir Marcue Samuel the ,
uickV& not present :yesterdayn ck i on. dedication of the new chamber ot
j i i ....[ the number of off- everything! possible was done to relieve I new lord mayor. Jewish London .* I
n*'- to wish him many happy returns "(Signed.) JOn MITCHELL." commerce building. In the evening t !
..i", ia less: than the him. pecially celebrated the event, the
of the day or to extend a wel- the party will be the' guests at tin- I
of other Inhabitants of Whitecbapel
-.i; ; th. ships poorest i
The will be taken to Augusta '
body the New York char
banquet given by
.-. UH a mater of fart com to Ls imperial nephew says a EX-POLICE CAPTAIN and Hounds Ditch were: banquetted tt :
his old home for burial. her of commerce. The president will
ir >re ollin'r; tl-au Tiibune dispatch: from London. the expanse of their wealthier corligionlsts. *- :
deliver a speech at the banquet. At I
':, we are tumpeil- Offlcul statements which are published ; :
midnight tomorrow the president and I t
: r --S' with gr-ea prottst that the kaiser's visit TAKE CONVICTS ARRESTED I The quaint annual progress of the f :
his party Will leave New York on a
? <>r L) know e t' Is quit;? devoid of any political si; special train over the Penusylvanafor : chief executive of the city through th : .: I
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mlkanrLut few people: here really of Pitts-! streets of the metropolis was probably I
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Memphis going by way 'I
*. -d_ of Naval $,rvice. I believe that the German emperor his FROM MINESSpecial Special! to The Dally News. burg; Cincinnati and Louisville and more brilliant than usual. Seven i I i

.' ". .... >, ..t .:.- :.-at the: tome merely to shoot pheasants., N.-w York, Nov 10.-After serving arriving Memphis: Thursday niorn- representing richly decorated crack floats regiments and 15, together bands I +

": the iidrvice' London; i 18 anxious to greet him. The over a quarter of a century on the lag .

:p, i i- ausii iaipnnal visitor will however remain : to The DaiV: News. f.Ju-4, force cx-caplain D. C. Moynihaa: From Meajph! tho pfesid:; .:rit will go I. don with Guilds the city made officials up a and goodly the LonI pi- I 1 f {I'' I

.' ..- ,.= mid at Sandrinshaia for a week and thengo M'ontsomery; Ala., Nov.: 10.-The has been taken to police headquartersand to Mississippi! on a bear hunt as the geant.A .

,. '., visit placed In cell there guest of President Fish, of the Illinois : '
: I; dtuy direct to Ix>wthcr castle on a board of convict inspectois, after a a a prisoner.He unique feature was a float reprerentative I

::1.'! 'u..bast> 1 to the Earl of Lonsdale for whom he thorough conference over the situation was arrested; at his homo on a Central railroad. He will t>e absent of the Anglo-Japanest alliance \i M I 1

.'.. : titer of ut- attachment. warrant issued by Justice Holbrook on the bunt five di"s.: No itin- f I
t.dj extraordinary both !
an today announced that after Jan. surmounted by the arms of
".. \ erary of that part of the trip! Is made I
\.ult'IIhillii. H.- 1 state convicts will no longer: be of the court of special sessions on affidavits countries and surrounded by a guardcf I ,
t 'i'H.J'' ] now autliiir- public. Indeed it would he Impossible
leased to coal mining companies of sworn to by a wardman formerly I Japanest BrItish blue jackets. The I
.t'l1 '}' __!I. ." lui nol (-empieterhre I KU KLUX Et this time to indicate, even approximately i
Alabama. connected with the station of procession left the Guild hall at 11 I
,u'ru l'Ii additional the route to be followed !by
officers. t') KLANREVIVED
which Moynihan was In command prior and traversed the principal streets of i I
'. The board was moved to take this
i< Ii i !tit brt added 25 per cent, fur the president after he l'a"PIIemphj; .
important step because of recommendations to his retirement, and by two Ital. the old city: of LOndon to the law i
S k r: ,in shore duty, andr :! I The prfsident111 return to Memphis -
couits, where according to custom, .
''h'rn1Jo's:' during the text I of Physician Inspector Brag.;, ians.The on the morning; of Wednesday / I !
who declares that the removal of specific charge against the former Nov. 19 and the lord mayor was formally presented: I Ito
::1' or a to'al for the vessels' and during that day evenIng I ; I
the lord chief and !
justice was sworn
u. d a ->f ;$?. This number Special to The Dally News: present conditions in the mines is captain is alleged! failure to enforce will participate in the celebration in. i it

I." t-i- i p.-'eut: shortage. 577.l necessary to reduct the mortality; rat" the law against a resort conducted In honor of General Luko Wright t I
Jif'k.on.fi's.! Nov. K I
.. l Ti.e graduates: fro.n : -Report among the con\ict Between six and by Italians, and for which It is vice-governor of the Philippines. He !

,1. H '.>iuj daring the next "caches: here from the western partof seven' hundred priw.tiers are now asserted; he was paid the sum of $40. will deliver: a speech on thtt creation. HEAD SEVERED I '

!> o. leaving J & w Nfnshnha county that the Ku Klux worked in the coal mines! of the state. A police magistrate admitted the I
'. 1 'I'"d Klan has been revived in that neiga- At midnight! on Nov 19 the president -
of 1,005: not prisoner to bail of $2OuO, which was I L
>.- auxiliaries! who orhood and wn f'ar.r"'Isitf>d on Immediately furnished.The and his party will start for Wash. FROM BODY ; ,

?"'vcral negroes who have been gvlnq! THREE PASSENGERS inrton. arriving here the morning : t '
: ? the event of hos- I Captain is wild! to he quite on
1, to the increase or trouble of latp. wealthy. o' Friday Nov. 21. That day will hoepnt 1 .

\ 1 for by the last Two negroes were taken out by parties INJURED here. On the morning of Nov. Special to The Dally Newa.Valtlobia. : .I I. i

of masked men and severely! I, :% the president will go to Philadelphia Ga., Nov. 10,-I. C. Dees I Ia

therefore recotn. whipped an! the cal.Tn of an old negro ,I ENGAGED ; WEDS to attend the meeting of the! well known farmer living seven I I a

''reaae: of midship1 was rliMle.1 with buckshot. I inlander nay turning again to I miles south of town, met a sudden I i

j congressman and Thus far there have been no fatalities Special to Thu Dally News.lJonnin4ti I Washington on the morning of ov.1 and violent death on the tracks of tha j j i i I ; i

.. from tho District, end the lawlessness Iii iK)>t endorsed >r.. Ill, Nov !'>.-In a collision ANOTHERSpecial 23. VaUoEta and Southern railroad Saturday I i! ; '
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it t !Ire: lie also rcc- : by the best people of the coun on the rhuairo and! Alton Ian night I tl ( I

number of lieu; ten- ty. The authorities! are endeavoring to night at Flprden. a small station south BANKERS FLOCKING When the train stopped at IMdgs- Ii I 1,, :

.. i increased to 30 locate and punh! the perpetrators r>t of Rfxwlhoiir-f, three passengers wereseriously to The Daily News. ton the engineer discovered the decapitated I. i :

". '. rs (senior, an* hut It is believed not fatally Tllchmond.! Ya.o"emhl'r M) -The and mangled body of Mr. : i I Irises
and! will be
the outrage an attempt
and ensigns :350.:: made to break up the haril.. injured and the equipment of elopement to Roxboro, N. C., and! SOUTHSpecial on the pilot of the engine, and j i! I ;

.iu.tion, of Force the train: badly damaged.; marriage there today. of Mr. Jam. it Is! supposed that he was struck ty: 1 ; I i

While the St. Louis vestibule limited the locomotive while walking alone I' ,
," ( f the 'A. Glenn and Miss Pearl Price! of I
naval force was sto'pir.; at the station it was the tracks, or had lain down and gone I i I t -
UK Miuadrons in the TEMPLE OFLABOR i Houston who wa! to mare been married to The Daily News; i i'
= m: -K a side blow by a light! engineon to sleep on the rails : t t
n.,:il! Asiatic waters :> on Tuesday next to Dr. Kerns, of New Jrt'ans.ov! lOI.t'r? tiain I i
an adjo'.nins! track. The passengers The body was discovered near the ; i J
!W the present t\v this city, has created a profound sensation coming into New Orleans todayis I; I I 'I .
PLANNEDSpecial were all badly shaken up. the home of the Mad man. 1
''! that the present throe following bolng seriously hurt: crowded with bankers to attend the : 1 I

i .ittleships will permi, St. Louis. The bride is one of the most attractive annual convention of the AmericanBankers' > {
G. W. Guest
Ai'mlral! ) Taylor pro. to The Daily News. :Mrs O. W. Guest St. Louis.! young ladies: of Houston, association which convenes ACED WOMAN t i
"I the battleships i n while: the successful here tomorrow.In .
II J. Krott\ Springfield groom now a
'.'i: !Irons to one or the New York, Nov. 10.( -it has transpired tobacconist of Durham formerlylived many instances the members! of f
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the association are traveling by special IS MURDERED 1 \
"'wry squadrons andfir II
at Il meeting of the Central Federated in Hilifax. He had long beena
Herrick andparty
aaJ AN EPIDEMICOF trains President 1.
Barfpean Union, that certain wealthymen rival! of Pr Kerns: for whose marriage : ,
:
:':a :rons entirely! of from Cleveland, were due early I
In this city are considering the to Miss Price invitations were this morning but their train did not ,. I J

T'rpejo Boat Flotillas plan of erecting a large; building, fitted I SMALLPOXSpecial Issued a week ago reach here' until noon. Headquartershave Special to The Dally News: 'r ,

,,' i to form addithn- primarily for meeting rooms for' Mr. Glenn and Miss Price met at been opened at the bt Charles. Chattanooga, Tennov.. 10.-Mrs. 'f i

t'-tillas! with a dei labor or anfzatlons. The plan !. understood Roxboro and were married there. Every hotel l Is crowded or will be Tom Henderson. 50 years of age wife < f

i vessel after chj to incluie. the erection of a to The Dally News: In the next day or two since not only of an Union soldier, was shot throng f.' 1

.-croup cow in the temple of labor, centrally located and Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 10.-Gov. Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. the bankers but the American Federation the heart in the lonely woods near 1

tiie command rfn.1 abundantly equipped" for Its purpose. ernor Jelks has received application The little daughter of Mr. J. X. of Labor and tte Daughters of Carlock, Tenn and robbed of }25 t ( '

,'r from citizens of Stouts Mountain in inverted rake the Confederacy hold their aanual which she carried on her person. !- t I
Powell
jumped on an "
{ration of the PILES. Cullman county, to have somethingdone made of ten penny nails, and thrust i i conventions here this week. She left home Saturday afternoon ;1 t

l' n.cal! j Taylor says; Constipation I is: mostly responsible II I about an epidemic of smallpox one nail entirely through; her foot. President Herrick will: make an ad- to walk to a small town, and was ,, j

r t.i .ave an officer for piles. Masses of hard, dry faeces I which has appeared. Dr. Sander, and a second one half way through.Chamberlain's dress to New Orleans business men found murdered Sunday morning wltE .I ;

i ":!iimand of each offlf..tg packed in the bowels. press! on the I state health officer, will go up at one..:. i Pain Balm tonight at a specially arranged meet- an umbrella placed! under her head. 11' t
and, ho reoom"two was Ing of the Progressive! union. No clue to the murderer. [ I' ,'
veins to such an extent that the .
f promptly applied and five minutes 4

'' L..> the commands creation of that two circulation of the blood is interfered MURDER MYSTERYIN I later the pain had disappeared and Look Out for Fever t ;! I'

: Much spa'tIs divot with, the veins in the rectum become I I no more suffering was experienced.In COLD IN MANY Biliousness and liver disorders at I ,tf J
f expanded and piles is the re '
>rt to the necessity for three days the child was wearingher
TENNESSEE this season be
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prevented
I may by
'"een.ng: Prizes shoe as usual and with absolutely f
are recom"x SECTIONS
sult.Cure cleansing the with
j lloncec In the constipation by using no discomfort. Mr. Powell i* system DeWitt's
gunneryurget a well l known merchant of Forkland Little Early Risers! These famous "j.t. '
practice Attcn'a HEPATICUKA and the piles will : ,
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: Va. Pain Balm is and
an antiseptic
little pills do not gripe.
l detail to the opera- heal themselves if not too far ad- Special to The Daily News: heals such injuries without matura- They move 4 i
ft'-'" HEPATICURA I is Special to The Daily News. the bowels gently but copiously, and I i
t and t5r work of our vanced. As : en- Chattatioog-a. Tenn.. Nov fn -\ tion and in one-third the time required ;
r ""'" an.! men in the waters tirely free from irritating effects, it special from Morrlstown. Tenn., by the usual treatment. For Washington, Nov 10.-Th* weather by reason of the tonic properties, 't I !

t f.L '.;r't: ,Js and of the West is well to take it in advanced cases, Between 1 and 2 o'clock this says: sale by all druggists and medicine bureau has i issued the following! bulletin Rive tone and strength to the glands. : .
morninga
-hlF:: l unmE'nded. to keep the faeces soft. Sold; by all dealers. : The northwestern cold wave Hargis' Pharmacy, John 1
Sheppard
a \ t man THIS found dead 1 mil ii
druggists. I has ert.ndtd over the npp.r lakes, i Kidney Kahn. '; .
1 east of that place. A receipt in his ;
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Watch for imitation beer
marvelous upper Mlsslsvlppi valley and the mid. ,- t.
s-r.-at virtue of Buraett'j MEAT & MALT has a pocket Identified him as W R Han .

I:1. ispuritj-. It i is: rea I dietetic '\"alue.V bile refreshing and son of Roanoke Va. The (()roner'l! being passed on the public die western states, and will overspread Do yen want a magnificent watch 1' t + t

I *'r "-t aud nothing but vax pleasant to take: it helps assimilation Jury decided that be met death by for Schlilz; see that every themiddle Mississippi and for little money? If so, call oa t i
Ohio valleys!! tower lake re k>na and Stephens, the jeweler. He will ',.
r accommodate -
: .Always use IlurO of food. Sold byDANSHEISSER violence.! cork is branded "Schlitz." Interior of New York and Western you. ; 4

BROS. line of New England during tbs night and
The finest sterling: silver!
FRIEDMAN 15- DISTRIBUTOR ------- Hot Chocolate with '
Tuesday.Jjadgin's( Hot Chocolate
fO We will launder spreads for goods and silver novelties is to be with

P REH PABST NEW MALT BEER-THE I 15 cents each and make your them look found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Whipped Cream, at Solo- Whipped Cream at Solo ,, t
'! (lie 2 est
5c.
1.\CE. I for
like taw (Star Laundry. please all. mon's. man's. 1

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THE DAILY NEWSi PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1902i



T I SPANISH CABINET CRISIS. Guilty of Foul Murder. THE
DANGER SIGNALS THE GLASS OF FASHION.
BEST FOR THE Augusta. Ga., Nov. 10.-In the superIor CI.EAS1NG CMRH
Premier Segasta Tenders Resignation --
No engineer would be mad enough tr court a verdict of guilty has ASH HE. UXG
of Same to Alfonso. run by the flag which signaled danger.What The new Dresden stripe silk makes _

-4. BOWELS I I' MadrId Nov. 10.-Preaier Sagasta: the danger was he might not understand been rendered against the negro Tom op into fetching evening; waists.A CURE roil CGATARR1

today tendered to King Alfonso the but he would take no chances.It llackey for the murder of Ed Grif big black velvet and satin muff has

:anon'S a rcnHr healtLy moipmont of th* resignation of tie entire cabinet is different with the average man or fin. It was shown by the evidence of masses of ostrich plumes black tlplPtl

gOO open.very*dajr mi b o you welL're torrc.lii III ur; will the be.ihaixof seep yojl vio The king will decide totEorro'v I' woman. They attempt Nathan Nathaniel that he and the with white upon the front \s
''isohii| dank'rrouik The imoottrt.
..c, ..I">.'Oi.>wo.it 111111|.irl, .t*aof keejilng the bowel whether he will. accept the ministers'rsgnaUon. constantlyto the danger two Mackeys wanted some money, Soft twills In place of taffeta, wtC1 '
.wu aJllI cleoOA u 10 tai.8 by 21'sCreaia
CANDY : The cortes will be : signals of '.4 and plotted to kill the first person has bold long and undisputed sway Balm

CATHARTICEAT : formed of the crisis today and will Nature and that" that came along the road with anything are coming to the front urged thereby ae, and pleasant i ito

: suspend its sittings. attempt costs 4 they could appropriate, and the reign of velvets. use. Contains dru .)'t,"SDJurlou
t\
: thousands of lives \ ,-i, when griffin came along the road with! One of the pretty silks for dress trim- It quickly, .\bwrbed. -I ,a:.0).
Chamber of Commerce Dedication. every year. When the F t & lvcir-llf
I becomes his load of cotton seed they killed ming or separate waists is the lace Raman Kt OllCf, COLD I ip HEAD
New York NOT. I Decorators appetite irregular -
,
I or entirely gives out. him, drove his wagon to town sell stripe in delicate colors. with a It pens and cleanses tnt ,
have administered the final touchesto Allays .'
lace effect showing between the stripes. InflaruuiHtton. Ill
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when sleep is troubled 4ta the seed got the and turned the
home money )lem !'IlIc. Ue. Uire-n. .
the of the New
splendid new and broken, when thereis the team loose in the streets. Tea Shirring is seen again; on waists and and Smell. Large 'izcSOc. .ii ,
i York chamber of commerce which will a loss of flesh when costumes made of satin, velvet and mall; Trial Sue:: lOc I.\ mall

CANDY .i be dedicated tomorrow. Mayor Low there is a constant feel- other two will be tried next week. chiffon. The shirrs are drawn up to S6Warren.tt Kl I Y ?n;"( ,
JEM LIKE \
--- will and President Roosevelt: ing of dullness and lan
preside
form yokes or the material Is gathered
-I ...tnt. Pal:>taJ>le. Pi-U-nt. Taft Good J'lnOood
-1 .e.*r Sicken. V.-Mkcn. ..r orliw. 10, ti. .lId />) cenu will head the list of speakers. Former guor, Nature is hoistingthe Boy Fatally Wounded. lengthwise in series of loose puffs. -- -- -
box. W rite fur f sample and booklet i ODIoealth. I
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per
.c ddreo..I QIJ1'IIU5U President Grover Cleveland will danger signal. The Augusta. Ga., Nov. 10.-Abner A.Guill .
Long napped beaver ribbon makes
.I__. maun cospiST. CIIIUGO er II" TOUK. be honored of the chamberand stomach and its allied Jr., a young lad ih his teens a
I an ; guest
organs are failing in their stylish! touch on some smart frocks.

-1 KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN will deliver an address. The new work and the body is los- is in a critical condition at the hos One cloth gown has a crush belt of Curse

I' building is in Liberty street on the ing the nutrition on which pital. He and Ernest Bearing were this ribbon and a touch of it at the

site of the old real estate exchange. its strength depends."T -, out hunting Saturday afternoon, anJ front of the stock and a bit on the
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., Getting In Soeifty.: I At night there will be a banquet at theWaldorfAstoria Such a con.lition calls Guill was walking in front. Dearins; Bleeves. or
Several young men in our smartest for the prompt use of Dr. -
in honor of President
eelwere asked by an Inquisitive genius I' Pierce's Golden Medical f I! was letting down the hammer on his A handsome silk for evening wear Is
other
Roosevelt the
and of
_ tow they man 'gl'll to get in high socie guest toe Dijco\ery. It cures diseases -- gun when his thumb slipped and the called tinsel troche. Ths comes in

jty. "I danced my way In," said: << one, chamber. of the stomach and discharge entered Just below Gufll's light or dark colors In artistic blend- DRINKcrittn

_
'Who frequent1yedS a cotillon. Another I other organs of digestionand right shoulder, penetrating his kings. ings and the high lights are brought
She Asks for Ten Thousand. nutrition
too purifies out with fine tinsel threads worked
for that.
-1 said: "I was ungraceful
I N. C. Nov. and enriches the blood and builds the
WilmIngton, 10.-Miss up
- _ But I had a rous way with me, and body with round, solid flesh. through; the silk. The tinsel is used H\
Susie Powersa 14-year-ol-d girl of B.n. : ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS in
:
and the effect Is striking.
uf sparingly.
sacred circle
Into the means
got by "Your Lindner to me I can never forget."
the Sunday school. I taught a Bible! j nettsville, S. C., has entered suit writes.. Mrs Jo..m E ClarL.ofKnterpn.se, Shelby tieatinij nasal catarrh will get the I WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.

against the Atlantic Coast Line to Co. Mo "1 cannot eXi'rehalf my feelings, of .
best result from
class! made aciiuaintauec of the best gratefulness to jou. I had despaired of ever Ely's Liquid Cream 11"0
_. : men. nut their mothers fathers recover $10,000 alleged damages on settiiN* well I had been in bad health for Balm. Price. including sprayingtube '1.":!:. .llIn,.. I i tcst. AV> nrfi>r. ( i-n, '
young ,
voter,tea,
account of an accident sustained) two twelve years Had aches all through me nUMb As method of life end orICT rIOt, '
a prolonging
: and finally their sisters. A third: "I han-K cold feet and everything I ate distressed "acts. Sold by druggists or I White Kiblwn
in by being a stranger In New I years ago. Wnile riding on a railroaJ me : bowel. constipated!. was very nervous depressed Strengthening the human frame against the dufn Itf'mpdl; l :
/ got mailed Uro >fa appftitifor
.; by Ely !!., 56 Warren St., "
York. \Vhiie on a hunting;: expedition; | turntable which was being revolved II ray and hrd despondint feritis! ; to )'OU.In fact W hen I cant I first expresshalf wroteto JCew York. sickness whistling;: is said to be beyond 1 I lants, whether tb. patirni" ,

_ g In the west I was able, through a happy j by other children, hr foot was \ou I thought;:: I could never be cured. I have compare. Detelupment of chest and! I i Inebriate drunkard, a tiiij'.iitd.for tlpplfr I p I.
i taken v: bottles of Hr I'u-rce's Golden Medical New Orleans, Sept. I, 19k). II \.
: circumstance! to be of assistnnee to crushed. The case is a noel one and IMscover: and my health is now good. You neck muscles is one of the special ail- Bpprtlw fir alcnhiihf I I.", ,'

: a prominent leader of New York !i 13 being laughed at in railroad! cirI I have mv honest recommendation to all suifirtr Mesr; ELY llRf/s-I sold two vantages claimed for the cxi-rciso. \\ bite Kibtion. l U -in.oInl \ .
very >. thick there i>; no mrs -< liy Mimb.rsMr "I t\ t 1 I
_ Society. In ;;:-atitult, I sure! : he ix- I, cults.: i good .is I>r l' "rce'.." to a ctHtonn; rVtii.. Lamberton. 1415; Loa;:. iluep breathing! is an t'SMMi'oJl ". Mnorc. orfis 'l.;PI'! '
mans rhrislian ,
_ acted a p'-ui.iif-e! : that I wouid.vt! him I I If constipated use Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Delachaise !'SI-.1 New Omleane:: ; he has for a good ivhistkr: as it is not ('<'rni turn l'nlttor"111.Ttnitx..,'.>'

; : If 1 evir f'Miiie rM.: I ell.II>. I ("ed.!! I I j Three Convicts Pardoned. relicts. They cure constipation. used the two bottle, giving him :;;silf'e lo l'raw In the: breath! excint White itt titon Ui>m" il\ 01", .

: Montgomery Ala, Nov. 10. biliousness and sick headache. They do during the intervals of the bound drunkarC-. Dud the <'''';_ .
G
; conquer d. lie !;!!>'d me at Lielih: I >v- wonderful mo-t satisfactory re- pro- In
_ the habit." muanyctetiis I i. i I.< 1.;
then at his hnmf. \\hero I mot his family. ![ ernor Je'.ks: pardoned three county not produce pill I Eult5. GEn. W. MrDfFF. I uctiuu.I crttly. 1 cbfi-rftili> I i. .'

I ___, ___ _ ilorVhitf Uililn I ,
** convicts i. "i
f __________, His dauu'litir! is now uy vrifc.New !bc-cause they havo consumption Pharmacist.SalDfday I i iJ !i our I'nlon art- Y -rk I'tes. and cannot live" out their terms. I QUININE. ft- ---- A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY. {!i 1:111'111 l I ro Cf tile-ut in ., -
I lance t Work
FrrtMe rpt.;:: I They are Reuben Montgomery and N. Patt-Tson. night licnmin! :I I
j Oh, the city Is siur.Ji.ig with beautiful IIrutgbt;: or bv III > -
., The fcrt'I'ty' of i:;: ptian: sflIls 1111.11.1 Ii j Johnnie Vincent. of TaHadega! anl l> ils. M t Day of Nashua, la., write : "L'<-t winter I j I (n'l' by writing Mrs. A. M Towns "

-i trated ly the! f.tt that every one oi Percy Shields, of Madison. Charles .l\:1 your system I; full of qunlne! I halt a bad cold on my lungs and I j years secretary of a Womoin' c, -.

-:4 L lO.nrtd square: milts,, ran sunmrt 1)2persons ) i ; You !.st to the < horus tn.t tLiiois an? tried at lea-t half dozen advrtNed" |'
i B. Hill of : ian
j t Shelby was pardoned as 5'\ 115. cou;:h medicines and had treatment Temperance Union .13!I In

\\ liereavc't! in densely imptilatwl -I, being; aa imbecile. AnJ th .shivering; germs hear their f> from two physiciars without g'ettingI I St., Boston. Mass. > .

_ :. IUlgiuin there are only o-st') to the reral kiifHis : any betiffit. A friend recommended llannab Hros., il 1 :-i'- \ .

I L square DIn,>. Bedford: Davis Captured. / An-1 thi mzcro'ios lilce! sprites wl-o fr OR.! G. GOLDSTEINTHE
1. Florence, Ala.. Nov. 10.-Bedford mischief! still lurk ,- thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider '.H NI'n.\I, Fhl-\4 II M 11. I Hi I.,

TiitirnncrIt Davis, colored, was capzured here last In your had build a sawmill end &.t it to it the greatest cou.rli: ant lung
tnles the constant l.it-or of m.orJt medicine in the world." W. A. Following i if t' c ..- '
work.All EMINENT : t
4 people tu make iiuilchi-s for the world. afternoon by the local police. Ila the worM Is astir; D'Altmberte, 121 S. Palafox St. 4-ovinimem steaii.u .. ; \I- ,
killed another Thursday afternoon 'T.s a re"Onant.Iur..
IL negro which TilE XKV: \ ,- pi.I 1, -
The ur.ivt-rse \\ulil3 with v.'his and
Innil'in !.!!... ro.h. in Darlington and was fleeing wh'r; a a OPTIG SPECIALIST benefit of the iiii-u:. ut \\ .

# It 1"? the opinion! of loading s.ilesmen I from justice. He claims that the negro The stars and th
i that Ixmdon eonsuwes Ii') fewer than15OtXUiii hit him on the mouth with a rock I ftOl I nice Dressers and posts :
: I Like the dull. helpless hub of a hurrj':ng somevcry Leaves t'ensacolaLf .
::1; ? >. fowls a year which it evenly and his statement is corroborated\ by I wheel AT THE ESCAMBIA HOTEL Wash Stands lives f.arr&nciis. :-
I! cheap.
i : divided jiiiiong the population would I his apl.e.aIance. as he is minus severalof You long to keep still: very Leaves I'ickrnsLeaves .. 4

lii allow about thit-p! per head per nnnum.MoriK'co I his front teeth. lie went home and For Ard you try with a \> m. I -._ Just the thing to go with I Lfrtvea liarrHUCus reanacolnArrives .
you fear the reaulti of a general "i''i! a4 -
: .1:4: ; :? Iron Beds. HBrruntui 11 ;: '. 'II .' :
: i got his pistol and returnwl and shot Thai will! send you afar like some ivi'iiui! -r'. "lakes .
Mall Carrieri. / "'" ", Ep n trip to Fort Mel.turns I." "
the negro dead. An officer from Sheffield starThroUKH (#' .. ,. ,:. i to InrrancB8.I .
MaU eiriciin Morocco are said to I the vast rollky way with a jol1; ?- .::: Leaves ]Harrallcl\s
I came fur Davis and took bin awl a j.ir. .. ".: .'... _.. :::' ::s.J-" I Leaves HickeasLeaves .
_,, ,
void he of ,
_1- ( rlk! K. back to Darlington.CANCKli .-Z5Z: / ";.f' .(.l .:' I Feuriiicoia
_ oversli'fping by t\iiig) a strirg to one I '
w..z. 't 1 (Leaves FickenisArrives
And y;
drt'tm-tht'y full suchdr.'tdf.l .}
yu'ir are o < : ;
; -4 fd.t and sotting' the! wid nn fire before I l'mayThat ,I :. _, )< ,\ ,,-.. I riarranens L',. .,1 (p in .
: :::;..t.: W..t.-: You .rip to MCIQeaIid retui
HaveRheumatism
to The n>i revolts and forbids them teI : ;-r s.
going sleep. s-Irlng. they know rl'ICKII HY JSIiOOI) KLMl m.irj .. l' p >. ;I.> On !
,,,, I Wf'dlle-d.t''lJildr'tl1';
I .. J "" I .J"' "'
;i from rxpriitipco. Will]I I Inirn so, long. auJ -:" > ( .1t". ,!\\llf ,,.,,... .."'... __ ,> I Goat wiil leave JJ.irruiL.i-' ,
I i You trj.: tn pci t rlJ of thrs- far.cfep wi;:;n. ; :: '" = =!3L a .a;
: l when tin1 lire rr.u-.es ths-lr! foot It la .\ '"kin; '''lfl BIt..1 Oi-vnros Cured.Mr II I j But ; -j cant' win,a our sjslcra is Kjl 1 tiWash1non '" > -.. :\').> !-;,. .-< t'.J: i IH: for IVus.icoIa ut U :.>0' p. II

time for them ... .41 I The General .
: to pt I.t up. m.e. French I iurlios I
'tS ?. M. L. .Adam, Fred'lIiI.b: !J/ !
T'ar.TSte ? niily und uny "Ut- "I!'

I G..nl.11;;. i I took Botanic iilouJ! U.iim wbich tffejtiully -II I ____r...__ZV' .' c' lave a pass from iho quarto .
':: "
A German Muitarium! regrets thit FO : cared nn pHtin! cancer flf Perfect! Silence. i "'" ) uh pu-sage i IHT.I .
1 i Dr. (J. Goldstein, the well known i
little I the! no.'; anii face. 1 he sores healed There is to sensation in the w rid I n. (\ (great tested and i __
: : tie is nude of goals ni'lk. Itsndvnntic Optic specialist, will remain in Penj j Lthe .>d California
u::> perfectly. Many drctors had like that which criaes over you \vlicu; :, \hot.t. U
1.! : over cows' milk are, ho sacola a few days longer. He Iii'' will cure
gin up !tier c'tif as li( p -le.--?, hundreds walking: through a grove of redwoods Hotel :,, < fci-o cures Liver, Kidney and The
; $11 tays. that It is richtr. moro lib h-.iman ; i Flopping at Escainbii. where :| fllod.t'r Beer
I ,
of 'a"t's of cancer, "atil1Oore" Their frrwit trunks rise hundreds of : if di&emes caused by an excess; of I II' I
4 v) milk and ab,"flutily! free from germs of I I tupptratin swelinrs.! etc., he invites all desiring to have glassesaajusted 'I]''I' uric ae.,-. It never fulls, and builds up :
fn't into the air and lost in thelell'e
are to their to call I the health and rtK>rtu while using It. !
't3$ tubereulos's.! \ i hvb: e= cart"! by Bl<,o-i Rihn.: eyes upon ', Pi ud ft beak of wonderful I i That MadeDfNH1VI'ZR ., r
roof of foliage! ; like the columnsof him. The Doctor arks; a careful stamp > cor- > ,.
'; 1 4I Among other*, :Mrs. 15. :?\I. Gueruey, I c tfcatc9! Price, Jl per bottle. For paleby I ,,!), -\.
I nn E.- tiati ti-uipio to perusal of the following :
'4i eihIi;'.. ':1'I I Warrior :Stind, AI.H.r lo"C and -; | grown superhuninn ; jk drucsi'!". If your druggist can not ,
h'i ,'ht. On the ground there i is Having had many year experience Iii" supply you It will h* tent prvpaid upon
;L Jt' pfl "Caleb ('rslihi uoull into the I lip were raw as beef, "ith oiletsive1dichar !1 of Address2Cc.LosAng8l8sGa
:po receipt "
? ; street tHII H--IC Information of the shabbiest : :;B from the eating :'ure. nn underbrush. lut only ferns of a size with to relieve a large/tho practice.e I having am enabled -I|'i price. } l R r FaM0U, U

Ductord advised$ cutting, but it i i iI and shape that Mixwst; a pn-historic! ; psrpis I Uriml : !.
III' ro if in that he could ailment of the j jauJ
way buy eyes causing pain
filled. ; und f..li'n I
Blood lialin healed the, period trunks that haw lab
_ :: 4tt: learn ", hilt lie isied! to know." sail I I impErf"C1Si'ht.\' I will givey-a or the .1
| < andIr. -ISVICTORIA-
? oiHS U'IQrllf-\i i.< ai urrottmij! for 3.0oO years. There is n>ij
one \\\hi wasWashington. :1 : 4F i well a ever. Botanic r.lof-ci Uilm ;i j sunlight: and nu birds sing.; If a storm the eyes with suitable glares.lu ; L. N trnwp.i: ; & Ce', EW r11Ir' Ji

I 1 al-i cures eczema, itching luinirr-, j ; it is hour before : !
tj' II ant-i's. fin a drop the rapid progress of science
.. scabs Hud >'c'IIILOlli' i iI i Distributing Agents.
*;hL I I p.iinulcers: roathes the ::rCllmtl. Here nil 13 as itvis and scientific invention for the p-i-t: j
:
lohlll'r nnil Crnti I I 'ileni7e pimples, hli, .d j
poi>on car- j MADE BY ACME KUEW'M.( ; i inr.sr
| since creation! and there is v.; ten or fifteen yearmuch ha been |
7 +? In buying! lobsters! and crnbs tb- bunclcs "'croful! n-iimr! aId! bumps |
done to diecover; the real of ,
time. It is the p< ri'ect; silence. cau-e IO-CKNT IIOTIM; r-.i
: -41 heaviest are the \be:.t. The nsnlc lobster on the kin ard111 bl- nd troubles.I)1ngist4. I
i los of
'I' visual in both ,
power young IN TOWN.DANNHEIS8BB.
Itt though Bone-rally! smaller has the I] $1 I per large bottle. Local Trouble. and old, and much has been harned I 4'Cf CIR; : YDU\SELFi: i
Sam: le of Hotanic: I5l"rt Balm free t tI f'Cli mtp' fnr unnitarilin
| ; : "John.! said the doctor's wife criES 't
:
$ j best 11\\.or. I "my and means covered to remedy dhwhnre.-itnitauniat.nn' BRO
I
bl4ai.
I :and prepaid b.writln Blood Bum ,1
I ton;ut' looks very badly, : this morning.: the defects of the' the of 4ivvV'd i1t irnt"05..r .keraIlIaoot. :: ,
by use
i I Uu Atlanta/: Oa. Describe trouble i eye I'I'Kll5SIJS. .trteure.Plf (41 m DeoO' rirIDIor3n J. AGENTS FOR THE f'EI-F: !'. '
ni? Knrllinormi. "Ah, exclaimed; the doctor .
'. "over- : : t'nt t'.Irlon. J'amlel9. .Dd tit IIIilrlll'

t'i': '- : Earthworms M\ feet Ions; are founl I and' special letter.medical It i is certainly advice! sent WOrthwhile in ;i isealed !i work:, no doubt! Spectacles should! be' ujed whenever p.1.r'EE LC3. gcu; or poisonous. I I. V HarPEr Wi-: .t'

? 4-L In Gipi>hlanvl.: Victoria They live in "But really I am not overworked. the vision becomes in the lead ."INCh: AT1C.rl-J Sail by DrugcUiSt
investi'ijatii'u; : uci a .remark-I t>.S.A. ":1"";,< crecnt in plain wripivr.! Main Hf>use-4Ul S. P t' -
tltt burrows on the sloping sides of creekskIf4i' I' able remedy, as Bl,.od B: You know t'lat"' '- impaired either by day or ni -ht. I ............ t'1 QI5t(8. Srcpa.d. (.,: -
I Common "'t. .II' ii 1110. or J t-uttke", '!.7.S. .
spectacles should not be B. R. Exclringe Ci j jP.
: -Opp. I
: and Ire the largest variety found in the mn-t awful, worst and most "I was not referring to ;you but your I .Iareuli.r "'lot t.Ia ...:....

11? 'i t the w, rld. It nut, I.e a burly bird! I deep-seated blond di..:ea 'ps. I ton .'."-l'lIila ('Jphia Press. I I used under any circumstances as -- 0. lioxSfel. PenPEOIESSIONAL .i- i
I the light is unevenly refracted and | Ph'HH I It6- 'tk:
_ .tt1 'which picks up the worm in OippslanJ. -.
I I such causes the eye to fail very 1! r fi' (;'fr
ifti\
I Fox Hunters Having; Sport. I Something New la FunctIon. rapidly wherein, if r.IUZILlANJ! .' ..J E .

tF Ya, DI..R. Rolling Green. !'y.. Nov. in.-The "Lilly Buffers has invented another PE11BLES the FINEST : '" '- I.:
I I
k It is not merely H common saying meft'ag of the National Fox Hurtt-'s novel function." TAL LENSES: are properly CHY8-1 q fltinyC.lrUII'J ::.rempcn r.. .... .CAT. ,

; : that yawning H "catching," \but the i[ association opcmd Lore today nith a I """hnt is It?" ed, the eye will nut see perfect, 3"1| to Balsam: if ('cpaila. i -- ------

13 : highest: scientific authorities say thai' large crowd in attendance: Tc: i "She is going to :give a hysteric party in youth. but is strengthened and I C"bc 'aJ [njpcivii.jn .PJft./....; W. C. ROWE, M. D.

-: 41- it Is unquestionably! true. I weather is perfect for tile cha=e anl when the long haired, pianist pay! i preserved." In all of T>,I". '' 'm 43 )1")':rt the !.I Olite: 17>i S. l'alAI ,

: -'- I I here."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. cases imperfect vi-ion 5aL-" r ,... 41111'..i
fine is A busi Ifilili"I'
some sport exported: city
: and headache call ed tr.ereby. a perfect : Honr from! to >tiiu> a. m ai< i
:a'1 -. A small iron meetins was held this margin!. 4 ., but n .4' "t ri-1IiCVISJ(
pot holding about n floss ; spectacle will !rive relief. To and after 7 o'clock
:
:-r quart. nl.Lh:! is still prt'sl'rn'tl.lS while this afternoon fully 10o lov:',; 1 HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. eyes tired weak. painful, dimmed or. I :Phone: cr .

4 cast at tli? Lynn foundry In Ht 15.: It of the sport joined in the chase aft..r : P. H. Duffy of Ashley, III write : blurred, they oiler a etrei'icthemiifj!: .- .- --- ------- -------

I was the ttr.n Iron article made from the wily! Reynard. The meeting will 1"1 his! is! to certify that I have taken ret and refreshment.! In other

) native ore in America.The I continue for three days aad will be: bottles of Folry's, Kidney Cure word, remove the causef the difficulty TIME TABLE.

----- and it ha* helped r.ie Inure than aid the eye will have the
0 brought to a close with the fox himters' any
'
r t I'.vacnty. I other medicine. I tried many adverti !- ori;!iuil bri;!htnebeamy and LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE rAILaO.D
ball Wednesday evcnIn.Crttendon .
4 t. Amateur-Sometimes I think I I ? t ->ed remedies but nine of thou health. It quirts profMoualcuiilnnc0 I IN KKKKOT 1)KCKMIKK 1, 1W1

I have artistic talent and sometimes I i I gave me any relief. :Mv dru;: i-t even when the bet;; articleis ---

think not I for Mayor.Birmingham. : ,recommended Fo ley's Kidney Cure rll" red. a- the eyes are frequently .Now Orleans. and Mobile
and di--innlir: timid thy C U- --- -- -- ,
it has -
cured! require -
HIT 1'rwpdV I '
friends of Moses II. Crittendon! hav mpucins;;: its me I was: in such a pound lt'li-s. "0.1!. ?10.(. "". 2. ; ''1).11. S' I '
mistaken all the tiaie.-I'utU.Oterworkrd. I Many: u=e rlas-es of 7:15 a UHI'Jl llrfc'j "lavl .... 1'1J8col" _,.
shape that I could hardly et I persons: too p Arrive 5:<0 A 4" rIV
about prevailed upon him to enter when e up great refractive or too !5:!.) i. 'I 2::7 p I 1.02 a I L'ave.o loir.titoa ..... I*..ve !: A "
_ 'ue"" d. wn.V.. A./ D'-\lem- p'.wer strong 11: I the race for mayor of mmi gh3n. berte, 121 :>. i'alafox St. I a magnifying: power supposing they -- "._ sSp I 7SO A I I"ve ....ew IJrl""D .. bsav, M: .:,p_ 7 .' >.
: Mrs. r.othamhy.. ilenr. you're | This make three candidates in ftc ee txtter or economize, that they'

home very lute from iLurth this uiorn- field. Hon. \V. :'1. D pnmn, the present MetiIca S.clcrr.itleoDih.'n.: may not hold the type so far way North.

_ lag! j from them in so short a time. This:
II mayor and Hon. Frank I'. O'Eriea There will be it regular\ raaeting i is entirely a mistake as this causes No. :!. So. .. No. 1 '.

Mr. Gotham-Yes: I oversltpt myself. being the other two. Mr. Crittendon; :he paasaccla Medical irociety at I| the cil:try mu-.ele'' to Mix causes a III Yonkers :Statesman.: I be Board: of Health ofrlce atclock '. iil5a: In ( ::)1 p m ArriveArrive._ Montgomery Leave llr:> am. "'
I, has not formally announced his! ca.11 .,:- hardeni- of the Ctyatillme Laasf, 11:53 a m >VM> p IQ tiiirolnitbarii .. Leave sai a In 4 J. ID
but there doubt ) : ;: p.m. Tuesday. Nov 11 and 25. and you have to change: for Hill 7.15 pm ; 3:10" m Arnv....... NasUvllle ._. Je"vlI .
didacy appears no : :
nut a naIl ('0<11.:. 11 Visitiu;; rhysiclacb are cordially tronsjtr len--es, in rapid succession.: I zVa m I 8:13 a m I Arrive on. .ouhvlHI .... va' 8:1 l5 pm.' fo !
I that he is in the ra"e. -exited toatt.-nd. 7'lJam lI : -\rrl..e..Ctnr.lnD&tlnJ.tftv... ft.IIpm II 1 r!!
"I have a friend who has kept a coot: and 10"e the of accommodation .
I power :::$tllln IrFil lp m Arr.T", r'lI L'VIi. 41Z p m
__ .. ...! _
___ Dr..W. C. DEWBERY ::: : :
_____ ; for nearly a year I or lo'e the power to adjust your

: "Is it possible:! ?" !i Death by Accident j jI Preside. .. eyes t.) different distancecone, PENSACOLA AND RIVCil JTNCJIO.No. _

\ "les; he's a Jaller.-rhadephia!! I Asheville N. C.. Nov. 10.-Coroner OR.' .2ttf L.: DsM.: BLACKER Secretary.CASTORIA. !I quently horn near you mid* ill distant have to wear glasses; Sl-Uaily No S-Daily | No stop ,.. I >;IJ. S-Dally .Mo :: :-.. I-
; vision. This
Bulletin. ': Sevier's jury held an in
i Tom Shipman who was found j using spectacles! 12:15: nIght 7:1'1" ......- 1ut7 .
deiH i of proper focal power. 12:51) 7:11\ ..__. Ytiiestr* ...._. moral 1
ThIs medicine early this morning in Yoder's etabl-s j If defective eye are allowed! t') 1IIt.: ; TH _..Eambla------_ to JOb r. -
I bv 'rt'nlht'! ''' '; |' run uncorrected. 12.y> '. i TS5; H to ..-..__ Moiat ._._. It lOail :",'
I4OST'TTER'S In? the stomach I The. evidence showed that: Shipmar ; thfy are liable to 1'IHtI" Tpi to ..... Harp .... to 10:21 H r. 4.
I -Lallies u co do had fallen through a trap door in j ji For Iniaats < lead to ome organic trouble. which 12.: SO t 1:86" to ..__(J.lt City ___._ to ICI:16" ::
_ _ I CELEBRATED Its worfe properIT. I and Children. I will nocesitate a more or le=s lengthy 1'11" 7:11 to to __ Milton.. ...._ to 10:10 :
It will purl-i the second floor the fall breaking j I treatment by a skilled occulnt 1a: a iu ...,. tt '_ too :, tytheblnedprt- j I hrs neck. Two men had been held | flie Kind You Hais Always Bosgtslmtl" ? j and 1:55 to 8.1$ It. ..._._ Hot ._ "' 8J'.5"' 4 :
j jI
: mote nsiii-ula- I II may require an operation to be performed Sal'p: ) __.._ MIIIKan __ *:30: to 411
r J tlon AnJ re.torhealth. <> I on suspicion but were released when 9 on the eyes. All these unpleasant 2:3: gflij II II ......_Cre.tvl 'R.._ I 8:11 II 4 *
.1"j !! 4/ I results can be avoided 8:00 If 8:M. ...__lJ e/'r Land __ It 8M" ; 3
to
1r the verdict reached. a
was
8S"! to _. : head If .' 1
It also cares I :; ;U-t' of v / I areat E'xtentlnd the sufferer >>;lJ \O'5Y "' f/)
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T 1:1)3 PzJ .beFuntakhprlugL mis
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;;:':;' ,. Nausea, i i ilievpd, by the Uieof; properly fitted 4:11 iH a ......_ Argyle __ :: 7:44 : ., .
.' .. Eirtcn Smith Loses ..._ II .
I Hand. spectacle. 4:4f a:t f' .Ponce d* LKIO. Tt :
j.: ..... ..J. .,._ Eick Headache: Atlanta. Nov. 1'-Captain' Burton I i I amflrIOWiQPef3sac4-thaat 5:00 II 1011' U .. _WeUvUle -.-._ It 1:11" : -
the Ho- 6 (pj" 18:16' ._ l'a YVjlle .__. II 7:12 :'.
I Indigestion.Pyspepsia: ; I Smith whose left hand was badly If you want a good Bedstead trl E-caccbia. where I will remain a 6.13" 1OJI'! __ 1o1ay. '_"._ to *:56 I '.

j mashed recently by a railroad: I few diy" prepared to fit perfectly f\CO" 10:41 It _. .. ChlcieyT.: ._ 45ff I ,
train, or a nice Crib for the ':1) 111,1"; N ____.Cottcnai'.e! ._ It 48" I. "
and
ST MACH Inscmiia, and I und ?rwtrt an operation Friday at Dr. ati-fdctonly the ey!s of any lrm u 11:1\ a 'I .,......hrr.rnQ _..._ ii ere l-, .4 ..

5 Malaria. Stockard's nnlt rlun. his hand baby, go to Marston: $ one desiring it with comet ; 7:13" 1It6" .". _._. Cjpffise .._._ I' 5:1!' I : .; -
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: Q flr \ I' My: office !hours are from 10 gla.He'I 7W 2152 a .. _Grand RId;& 1:8:1": l I.
i1" Try II. amputated at the wrist. Quina's. a. ra. to 3 p. m. 7t 15:44 Coca ,___ > :\lt _.Zinetlon. 1:21" J..
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THE DAILY NEWS;: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11,1902. j1


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GEORGIA LEGISLATURE. I PENSJCOLJJ I 1 rrA

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Important Bill Introduced: Regarding I "


Atlanta, Public fJov. 1U.-Schools.'ceveral Import n I : : : : Y3

ant bills: were Introduct-a in the house F fr\T9'HI\

1 ; Saturday a cumber ol bills: were ual. L 3 n .

) T\iOP! the second time, a new meii'L v ( I ti3 II I 1

*orn iu, a srecnal order ti.uTueaiay ; : 4
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t. moraiag, and Govern{ r .

: ..-'.. I I"JI ell's message was read.D ONE WEEK CJJI:c M:1G f4O1t. 17th t 1

.i* ... }' a three-fouith's vote of the 1. ; .

,.. .. : ; \ ( i the risolatum was passed tl\'i: t {
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'- I bill by Mr. Candler of DtKai' :
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; \ ., : Ji0 the constitution
.- *.. amend so as to autnoiUe
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/v- .......""'>;., 'e' jI".:"., "'. empt from taxation all church. st;ho:
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'.,. \ : ; : : i..tJtj"b '- ;'. '. and college 'property, as tae: Jie; ji

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: < :;. ;:'. "... '..:}l, ". fl" order for Tuesday morning imuerli-
': ..... Y "::,. J' i .: '- ately! after the reading of the Journal
:" / '::, .. ;::-;; j .. : -: 7 1 The house passed one @.lI. by -iOverstrect I .
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.\ "' .!:)t 'r '''W tJJlf> cts I of Screven, to abolish th-J ry i i ,
; jel\Uy; county: court of Screven coi'i' :T\ IA4
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1.-, "" "X. '' i\ \.; i1 '" j: cJ.s Plcasafltly I ; in the house was one by Mr ,. ,

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Ilowell of Merixs ether, to eita.ilish: a ; 111ltr

'fJ. S; /" / \ \ :" :/ cts loan fund of 5SOO.OOO: () for tu! 'Ie!!" I
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1 : ... Beneficially
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'. !! d,. .t. ,"'' of the teachers of the puhli : none ; ... r : (
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:" of the state. The object ot -ta1' n' rSFn t '1 1 e its I f1'j
it J. Lax I
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: b/ poets Irvilyas a I ,
J'V ( ,, ing this fund is to enable the >:i.U'' i .
Zi':: f',
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..'/ i :. II'f 'J. .... Syrup of F-as! appeals to the cultured and the pay the teachers proa.i>t'i: i y ( !

/ ... ?::: "/ \vcli-intormtd to thtl1l'althy.l'1'cause its component month as is now provided tor :I iv law I 'j i; ifJ1 iitr t

." ;-./? ....-....."y.. =\ 1 r parts are simple and wholesome and bed but which Js not always done !b." >. : J
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.J. I the money is not alvays or :a: -
:, >" ::_ :,.%. :: sA c.auSIt ac without d'itrNin! : :, th! :' r-Jtural: I funkv : -i : .t
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\ .. : i ; Actionablequality -- tI
,. tiousasitisn'aollyft '
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'" :. : '-,. Mr. Slaton of Fl.!!;):!. a: ti .
".''.!'. .."fjl... .'.: '. .... "."'. ..., ; or suKstancc.. In the process cfmanufacturing I qust of the special comra.ttif ol tn- I! ;

./ ::'is;;: ? t '," \.,........ : iijrs are used as they are Georgia Bar Association, ittru.IUlu,' I

,... ;:/": 4ft,, !.JI : pleasant to the taste but the medicinal a bill to provide for an amendment t CHAS. (i. KILl'ATIUCK: AND THH1;>: O1HKKS' : : TJum I :, ri

f' .:.....:::::). ;:r.\: /. :;:...'' virtues of Syrup of Figs! are obtained the constitution, under which there CYCLE DAZZLE ACT. I 'I

; -i ,jr 's ;n i!,: ) .... I frcm an t'xdknt.ombmatlc.n. cf plants:
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shall be established a court appeals Hundred ,
of One
>;' v ... The Darin Huh Down a Flight; Hteps on a Bicycle byKILI'ATBICK ;
1 Know
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to \ and
\ { !".t'i: < ; ; : ./ medICinally:1xatlvc tot for Georgia.! This is the mess
\ ..;:1':& fll'ilfJtJ.J e ..' ,' .... a.t most, beneficially. :
ur> decided upon by the spfcial coin

\,:!\. : :.;...'. ";"'i.;.,;"".' "\""'" l ;: .f.,.:.;.. '1'3' To. <'t-t its beneficial- effects-buy theL' I mtttee from the Car Association! appointed SLIDE FOR LIFE I i i
.;. :\. :';;'!:.. ....., ; ; ( .blmanl.-manutacture by the
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... "'. ;" .',.."' .. \ \ I to devise some method for MRS. -\PRA\ Y'S Dive from of (W-foot Ladder Into a Tub of Water. l
\ <>" '.":, 1.:0 ,...,, ;...f ,,. Top a t i I Ii ,
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''<: ':',';;r. ." relief of the court. The bilwas I
.1.. supreme ,
...\ Splash! Backward Fall in the Tub 101 Feet above the Orouud. i I
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..I'\. .' prepared by a committee, o! i

j,',tk".f, ,.!.;);;:r. \.j fl" i.-:..) :" which Washington Dessau, of Macon. i: The Following arc the Names of the Different Shows Under ;r" ; i

,' .,: ".I.. '-; r1"J1,. .....iI AU"'f" 0' RrNlIA p was cb&lrman. A similar measure I
; ,'JIi1r."lff; : "y' Tents '* ; Ir
"t. Separate :
/1- -,. :II.\.,,,:.:..,......?..1['.", ..\.., WM before the last general essembly, r : '
//i. :.;>'::;,'mv1A' but was never finally acted on De- I :

< r ..?:?v-:15 I =.x I-.;o.,.-./ cause It was bunched *lth the other Under The Red Dome. Hagenbeck's Trained Wild I' : .
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-V v- <_.. 3;.;& ''.'':?":..A..: S .t'\ rranciscoCa[. constitutional amecdmejj s. that came I. Statue Turning to Life. Animal Show.HouseUpSideDown.. : ; :

1' .a.. :...!51't.; .,." .l Louisville, Ky. new York; N.Y. 1 up at the heel l oT the ; s1on. Tin '

.... :>' for salt, by all dru ji.st..s. P-rict3flfty'ccnts PCr-bcttb.! bill prescribes the power o! Tuci "acourt Backman Glass Blowers. i :

l' a"4. ..sets. forth' rust what: class olfiues .. Johnstown Flood. Wild Rose. I i
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R B.ppeaT Itli'l
yatl eanI.er on
German Village. Streets of India. :
__ __ a measure in wLlch the lawyers: of
mm the state are greatly interested, and Electric Theatre. Stadium. i i
I hnpprrelnlhe. hull Ulniplea.A Wingless Birds. I
Making Curium i
.. 5 I' .'Mil'inmlnent! \ lint not pretty lifelike: dimple can be madeto The kiwi is the sole rennant of I thy will doubtless make a ttronp Dog and Pony Show. I The Maze. I ,i. }
it through
..: .:a\\1'\! J. Tilth a liiisl appear on a ladj's check by means the wonderful race of wingless! birds effort to get I
Bird and Show. Ocean Wave.
I An effort will be made this week to Monkey I I ,
i.nmerey: Park: umn- of a specially; designed knife with avery that once roamed all over New Zealand -
1"> i I.particularly!: nice settle the contested election ('as-s Girls. I Venetian Gondola. \ !
small and very sharp blade, a the gigantic skeletons of some Dancing ; l
... :!'tli I, 'Mil pit out :tI daintily tiny keen edged, silvered of which have been found in such 'I in the house. The committee on pnvlleRis ___ __ _ ''i
i ..I.' ir.i i r -h--s! the! Scoop and a wry fine noinllo. and elections of which lion :
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numbers that! almost museumin :
i' :". 'nl begIn to I every of Clay, Is chairman.
A f-mall. straight: incision is first madeIi I ClarenceYilson, Dne-Half Fare on All Railroads
the world one or more
.to. > a mimii'f: 1 the! k'xh.! The little scoop is then possesses will take up the first of these ca: ":*

.' ':, ,.' Tile Jll'lf' I II used to remove small portion of theunderlying of them. I Tuesday morning at S o'clock in committee DURING CARNIVAL WEEK. !
I The kiwi is about the size of
lit .itlI' a
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fat, while the sewing" together !
room No. 2C at the capitol. : ).\\ AKTKKNOOX.; N0\ IK I ,
'.': '. r:iTt) !o"III..j i with the needle the edges of the partridge, has a rather long neck j I CHILDREN DAY I!! I
In the Senate. All Children will be Admitted Free.MUWIKKUV. :
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i| cut complete the operation. In a day and a curious bill about four I .
I : ., ': ._r:, ]jill '' or two the stitches lire taken out within in length. Its wings are quite undeveloped The members of the upper houseof -- : I '
i .CHICNESTERS ENGLISH I
lilllal" a week;: the wound being usually entirely and its feathers have sort assembly have mappedout I E
a the general : .
'. ,' ..I ,1..1111 The undersigned i takes this methodof r flNYROVAL) PiLLS I i"t1 : !
healed leaving the becoming Iit- of unfinished character; which maybe considerable work for the coming offl'riDbel' services '. .... ,
\1 i.; )1l ,. / as a .41..1. ...n tin I, .n..I. I
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i IV- a"pression In the surface of tile skin have been !i\n: u. I..IIe," ,IUurdA I .
supposed to represent nature'searly week. All the bills! that far- -:hi's licenced midwife, baring I' j
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''i "I i!r. t-i ]1'1.|'> t..GLLStf ,
tL.U i called a dimple.It be- referred to the' had 35; years experience. 'do.'r I.. 1-.11 r 1.,,1.1 m-t.. Ie "" "" ...AI I
'I' > : V, '."I. ;:,i |i(>..r <.:...itj ellorts in that direction introduced hare been? '. '... 'h'.(i..thrr. erhw ,
". ) ,' i- not often that a woman desires fore close rich of the committees and these Can give best of references from Fl- P.gerou. '.h.tltala.. ..4 IMAM .
.I > the plumage appropriate c .. .
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of this pq ""CI.o. w13..I !
the runoval of a natural dimple, but leading physicians city. .. '.. .... I x
"t:'' '| ,: I !ht' ",'\t tulle; lit- ....w.'! considers the modern bird was "evolved." have taken up the business in hardto MRS. M. GIDDEN 't" f v. ..,:..11.(I'.rtku1 0.r 1..Jr."m: Te.d.etdai Mur. ''I 1
who Hi re.
,. .11' !/i.1I1 IN.i'r."- Xl''urJ.. \\orltJrnrtty : occjMoiully a man of the several 'm1..1.. III.IMIO'".......&.. K.)4bj t 1 {
the that already
South I
Wanting means flight such 114 DeVillk-ra fcft.
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purpose jltf t tPARKER'S
h____ murk to IHJ a badge of (miuaoy desires '. dl..t.bl..hutrrl...,.... "JIlL"h..I..I.. .I..... I
{ .j Lot.cen. to get rid of it lu ead of re- kiwi has been almost exterminated, local bills: have been reported backwith --NOTICE,-- -- \ II

'< d.lr I /lni\v the cruel! practice: moving; the superfluous fat from beneath and with it also have gone or nearly the recommendations that they I have been authorized to take I I !! I j'

!1" 'rs "I'M tmall of all the other feathered deni- General measures will be i I' ;;
:; cdiinini'-s. our the surface: a portion gone bo passed. subscriptions for Wm. Jennings + HAIR BALSAM ; '
:.;,,,1 l ii-li; il our |>.iren's the skin is out away. The edges of the zens of the wood The invasion of I bofore the senate this week for passage liryan's paper "The Commoner. Clnuurt and brmnlinu Ui< biltrroMotrt i I

I I'' rt : :'n\li-I to death on/ dimple\ are drawn togi'th with their haunts by the white man has and it is expected that business! : The price i is; $1.00 per year in ad Never fails t luiumnt to Uratore rn..h.Oriy '\ ?

1 .t i h{ r'' !CUT way could I II Stitches, the IneiMou heals aud tLe di>- I been their destruction. will! be transacted with rapidity! as the vance. Those desiring the paper I II ,,.r.( Cum Hap iralp to us.l.muri youthful* b.ir Color laiq : I

!. 'ii ti:. and later on pres&ion disappears. --_ senators !hare shown a deposition! not I can have it sent to them by bending l' ""' .nII'e>ot Ihn N'I(I t.r. .i ".
$1.00 to the undersigned
.!:iyandkiUt.il the: i The Raw rood Habit. ; i
.., t "1e knows that ai Plgblin:.: 1I&lIrJ... Just now the raw food diet threatensto to lon: haggle: over matters that require H. M. ROCHE !! j

'i a humane nianni r The rind necked lizard uf the Arizona become a fad. Certainly many I'l'o-I. :<'t'on.: Care Daily News. CHOICEST j. ""I j i

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aiiimak killed for lie is always ready to fight, : dietetic! idei.: It would be far better The \\ orHt r'ltriu. '

1 nut of the way torte whether he ii thullcujod by another or 'j i for the average man or woman to Multitudes are singing the praises LODGE DIHEGTOHYi I : i, I !

manner than for- commit by a man. 'VMii'ivL'rous.ht to I adopt RII absolutely raw d'et: and eat I of Kodol, the new discovery which mml AN DCOREECTIONERY[ i i t g
"f'S lire Mil! tortiif'tl bay in some b."'. he nte'Lhis jaws I! e\erj'tiling which he could ix-siby! eat OF
i h making: so many sick people well PYTHIASIVnsacoU I r
f only illlfereuoc: be- and dishes bravely out, snappifg" at t>r nlhh in n perfectly raw state thanto i i -

i !i.-ily they '\'l'n't'x, e\erjthing wL.ch opposes IJ III. and hot i swallow!: into his stomach tlv Imiri : and we ik people strong; by digesting LtHlgr. Nil. 3. K. of r, STLE'S i (Il i,

:.-aih, now some ar' ereo and sudden is his rush that it Ii'' be! me'''es which are iiiiieoetcd; b> the what they eat, by clean-iu'; and I __ meets every Monday Man 0. AP : j

.',I' brollcJ.VLit: -!i Imp,),.siMc to fai\ it without llinthing.liy ; fin'I IC,' cook.: It i iviftr:, ou the whole sweetening: the stomach and by r Ing lit isle! Bt CastA H*
I in for mount- U East Government I Ii
'iOi St.
Lust agony no cue : holding; two uf those Uzards l..osdr for man: to lake I.N fond as he finds! it trail-forming their food into the I r. '\ hal'llnEthird floor.t 'I I 1 f

'" by the small of the IUlcllltl\;: allowing In Its natural state, luau;: to take it a* kind cf pure, rich red blood that II J.Y. Visiting welcomed brethren corC!*'!: I;i Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stan4 I

their heads to tlasli as they struggleto : : he tiniK] it mi II.- ;at! :le i if the aSPL'e;:; make feel good all over. Mr. .;.!j1 H. A. LEE i
I'muclt Jen you I
ne.M I One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 !! t
ell escape) ,, one may: be able to induce boniil: In: :* !>DIMor liuiel! In "1111'1' Craufi'.l.ofTroy: I. T., write : Fora I 'r! H. UORBLER i.. i. doz ''i
\ Icn.nui fur her I to J2.CO per n.
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K.R.&S.is
oml'.its such as mutt recur day ..... ot I troubled I Ii I I
-I i-'iij of Ix>;iil.>n. aiulunit'totl every wonit i I' far ;er for man in "neiif number years was ,
,'. with in the desperate! lizard wurlJ.1'orspttiu I his to id s-iaclt: : : fUn: the Lands'I with indigestion: and dyspepsia ; '

manyi ;; that they! were cnpti\es i I of h's M..I.I: 'i than! films! for li.iiuls ttf a I which grew into the worst: form. i I ;

-S.,' : it aim 1 to letter home tliui they would seize ujmu rach other and' 1'rt'ui h to ,!..-.-I.I ,IP, 'iou ll; Mill llealiiu : Finally 1 was induced to use Koded: l WICI< E & CO. .
i 1'" 'r. Many: a and after using four bottler I am en i
the utmostin
vent their thwarted rage: to
d 1 I. .nuL in ,view tf'i' this: f'.ulhl' Ability. tirely cured. I heartily recommend
".,'1 j is told of :lI'ri"ul1l'r a tight which! but for timely iutt-r- Liite! Clatence-1'a. what !s executive Kodol: to all sutlers from indigestion t
i ''iu term liy bt-r luis- fl'r'nc0111.1 doubtless: load to the ability? and dyspepsia. Take a dose after Plumber Gas and Steam fitter r I I I

i''i .i Jfiaitun t'ne IKIMis death of one or the other. Suva bull- Mr. C.ll1ip'rs-L'tecuti\'e ability my : meals. It digests what you eat. ,
d i- puguatity is rather unlooketl for in l'harroacJohn Shepard
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Hargis
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II: tloiuj assize duty FOIl, I is the capacity for making some t.
lizards, but a student character Sidney! Kahn.Foley's No. i South Palafoz Street. i
II "- rather IIIJi lIant. but one else paddle: canoe for
your Iou.-I I
could easily I read in the set jaw and ..
pn'1e.tatiuns when unuIn Judge Tar All Kinds 0': Planbingand Gas Fittings Materials Hand
.. oII1'I1rd throat t>f this $poc>os the ij.IIf'. Honey and Kept on i
his
.OIlS "l1iSl"'fl'll:
of lighting! blood.-Couitry Life In An Object Lriuon. inrchndren.safe.sure. No DD/ales. -:m.FPlinIU'I,2IIiIUf1n.A.: hrA. .t. II r I

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..hI' man. You tloscrvov "Ob, mamma here's a chestnut. i -- ", .
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t\1 just think what tho blip Wanted an Irjunmo.i. "Yes. my dear. Now name me :
.; .I I for the youugsters.:"' "Is .Mrs. r.riutlt.ld T.aker the dangh.tcr other kinds of nuts." t"I i I SPECIAL SALE :FOR 1 DAYS AT 'f t I '

i' U. Is. of a jinUe':" "Peanuts and toretml'nuts.-Llte.. I
.'Y\VLydoyouas-k: ?" I t

\11 Iagn.lie Idltlon "lUx'3U'l'! 1 jut now met her and she" Forty Year Torture. F. E. BRAWNER'S

1 {..IM't.tion l is reported said she was hurrying; down to :I k her: ,
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To be relieved from disease
1':1' il L.lIs who have dovot- father to punt her an injunction to torturing -
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THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA.
\ "i 'i.1. <' to collecting editions prevent her hu>band: from beginning; after forty years' torture might I : .l

.' iVuodia." One had divorce l'rue'eeduIia'-Ulelchand 1'lam well cause tne gratitude of any one. I .. t I II {

i I'l't.iiiis! and his rival Dealer That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel 47 Lidies' Ready-to-Wear! Rainy Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I lull doz Men's All Wool Camel's ;I 1 t I

''; I'ut. determined not I Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, O. Day Skirts worth $1.50, special sale suit, all wool worth $3, special ale Hair Undershirts, worth l.Co. special ,
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',- 1 titter had a two hun- Gronrbman' .tdilce OSc each. f 1JIK! suit. SI ; drawers to match, !White, i {
:I.. 'ith: edition! specially! set ".\u.l w hat do j ou think is the proper' I Ha says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel I' :2!J Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy. Rempmberwe carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors. .1: ;;

:.'"i! in Pari"! taking care way to address" the prince allied tLagusLins Salve cured me of piles after I had Day Skirts guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at I j We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk! I 1

.1 ioji>, of it was printl't1. ireature. suffered forty years.' Cures cuts worth |4, special sale $:US each. prices to suit everybody.Look shirts and Drawers worth $3; spec- !i' I I t
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'That all dtj'ends," growled flroucb- burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware 60 Ladies' Black and Colored at our Show \ViLdow for i jjal to close $1.20 each. I i
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I man. "If jou pet: close\ enough: address of counterfeits. Pharmacy : Worsted Skirts worth $1 60, special prices on Ladies' Underwear.We 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed 'I
rIU> I'rnfronr. Hargis'
sale !9tc? each. carry a swell line of Ladies'Flannel and Fleeced Lined Undershirts: at .
II .:ii. ;\1"lIt occurred the oth- : him in a natural tone of voice, ., John. Sheppard.. ,.. Sidney. Kabn., I; 37 Ladies5 Black Tailored and Fig and Bilk Waists at prices so 2oc ; drawers to match.
off distance :
but it you're some use a -- --- -- -
1 \erhlty of Budapest.d I I II ured Skirts worth |2 i oO( to f6, special everybody can wear one. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and I 'I i I
1 li'i.atlc from the local megaphone. -Indianapolis Sun. sale $1.98! to 14.93 each.ReadytoWear TO doz Men's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at foe I

',. .j'. 'I I in barge: of Lis leepl I to=GOLA=( !I Jackets, our price Moreno l"ndershirt3. special 20c ; drawers to match. 'i I; i i. i =
'! MOMENTS. $1.43; to $S each. You will drawers to match. We a full line
: l'i allowed to pass his ANXIOUS save carry of Ladies', I 1 }
He found examination! !Some of the mot anxious hours ofa I Grist and Corn Ideal Mills, money by looking at ours before (60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoed:! ;.i f. : tI
buying. worth 50c, special 35c ; that we can save 25c
you on.
'' 1:11. mother's life are those when the : : !
.! .I'urmnl- passed to his,my ?ucd little ones of the household have the j IB. F, GOflZMiEZ! A CO., Prop i, I II 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at J1.50 drawers to match. I Remember-We carry a full line :. .1 ,Ii !
: e. .. asylum There is no other medicineo I to S5; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bought at We on ; : I
i'lotna!: as a professor. croup.elective in this terrible maladyas Manufacturer I: 49 Boys' Double-Breasted! 2 piece worth SI, special i5c ; drawersto dollar. We will close them out at ..I'f ; i

Ii' '.v and Tar for cough Foley's Honey and Tar. It is a I CHOICE MEAL AND PUUE GROUND I I suit, worth 81.50, special Ibc suit. match. |put !Jz' price off otber merchants. t -
KDon't
STOCK FEED. I
II : ::!able. tried and tested, household favorite for throat and I :.
d \\ A. D'Alemberte, lung troubles, and as it contains no Fttronlie Home Industry for there a
.. every reason you should bay your Meal and Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place f .
be
) x t.C" opiates or other poisons it can Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer 'I ,
' afely given. W. A. D'Alemberte, for by so doing you encourage home indni-
s.. .BTOnZA.. Jl! fe. 1'alafox St. try. Your money la left lu the commnnltj i! F. E. BRKWNER'S
A 1K't1:3Haue arssar+d tad fostering you In torn the home are Indirectly manufacturer benefited.In you ,

Try THE NEWS Want column ; it the of labor. You
oontrlbute to cause OWl
.: will pay you U which to the contribntei community to In roar which support.you lire one I -10a; SOUTH PALAFOX 8THEET.s<{ Ih1III!



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THE DAILY NEWSi PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11,1902

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for which has been prepared by the AN UXPABALLED: RECORD

experts of interest in charge and instruction.a programme Next full BANKRUPTCY Ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry -


-r- iv Monday will see our own Carnivalor Pectoral for colds coughs asthma
croup, ,
Street Fair in full blast; and, SENSATION

\a.Zxtered,teoond-clasi at the P05t.o01l1ce matter. Pensacola, while we are not at all inclined to bronchitis, consumption. He knows.f i :;AyerCo.Mu*,. 100%

of fie -
UU'lCE :Fltt'i Building illy Mouth exaggerate the importance -
J'a1afox nreet, np-itair feel that that -
event, we sure upon
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occasion Pensacola will add her PRESIDENT W. C. O'HEAL IS TO .
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. A Connolsienf.
quota to the harmless hilarity of the Tapa." said the boy, "when
BE ARRAIGNED FOR CON you say
Terms: Invariably In Advance season.A ( MUSEME TS)) In your advertisements that your goodsare I j During August EVERY OXE;

flu Year by Mall _____*? 00 few short week more will sep TEMPT OF COURT. acknowledged by connoisseurs to the death claims paid in the
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flu Months ,, ,,,_ 8 soOB the opening of Jacksonville's great be the best what do you mean by connoisseurs States and Canada utl
*Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday idAttrertiiipg r. z sz zsr s esz s e sAT ?" by the Eqnit4: .
and only Gala Week-an annual festival ble Life Assurance Society'
Rates Furnished Application "A connoisseur my boy" answeredthe LrNt.
only to be compared to our own Yesterday afternoon W.,C. O'Xeal, COZY CORNERS"Adelaide great manufacturer "Is an emI- paid within one Cay after receipt: ) :

Mardi Oras, which coming, as it president of the American National nent authority-an authority in short, proof.

UNION LABEL does brings, in the winter's February round, appropriately of gayetyto Bank, was served with ft writ to appear Thurston, who will be who best"admits that our goods are the And<< during no month en 1111),

- i _; a close on the darkened thresh- on November 17 before Hon. seen here next Thursday night in year has the percentage ,11'I'!

1902 old of the Lenten season. Charles Kwayne of the United States "At'Cozy Corners," in an interviewthat The Monte. Side. below<< i)8'' .
PCTSAOOLA, NOV 11. First Mouse You don't
was extensively published mean tv
That the people of Florida are court and show cause why he shouldnot say This excels the !Society- ',w
workers when there is work to be throughout the country, recently you are afraid of women? great record. It has .. .
"EATS 'EM ALIVE" and his megaphone be adjudged! in contempt court expressed the opinion that young Second Mouse No, I'm not afraid of ut'V-r v
done is well known to all who remember been approached by any other
man will be here next weekIn and be subjected to punishment women who believed they had at I them, but they have such a way of t
the critical moments in |I screaming, you know, Really it Just pany.
all their glory. talent for the should be
therefor. The hearing will take stage encouraged -
the of the state. But all
history
upsets me completely-Boston Transcript -
"Stronget. in the World'THE
k WJlEX Mr. Hill read the election work and no play proverbially make place at 10 a. m. o'clock, and the the same as aspirants for !
_. other vocations. Since then Mi i.8 EQUITABLE LIFE ASM n
returns he no doubt wished he had Jack a dull boy; and that this is the writ designates Hon. B. C. Tunisou
Thurston has had cause to regret her A Violent Attack of Croup Curr. ANCE SOCIETY
for
of Florida and all
that season play
kissed woman.
as special counsel to bring forward sanguine advice. From far and "Last winter an infant child of OF THE :IVMTED -*iwOOWLES "\ _
within her gates is, we think, clear- ,
UNITED STATES court is in session ly indicated by the programme outlined I I and prosecute the paper. near letters have poured in from I. mine had croup in a violent form,"

t and the husky and horny-handed above.lIAOKSONVILlE'S. The writ was signed by Hon. stijre-sti uck damsels: who have rush- says Elder John W. lagers, a Citri*t-

granger is much in evidence. Charles Swayne, as judge of the ed to her for comfort and further en- ian Evangelist, cf FilIe' Mo. "I BROS..

couragement. One of the chief cares her few doses of General
Chamberlain's
gave a Agpiitt.,
THE Tampa Tribune's new perfect United States district court; Hon.
of Miss Thurston's manager is to Cough Remedy and in short'
__ will be in operation this a 309 H. Palafox: : St.. PEXs.V .
ing press E. K. Nichols, referee in bankruptcy ward oil these stage-lorn youngtera, tim all danger was pa-t and th- < i

week. Condolences to the Herald. GREAT GALA WEEK and Adolph Greenhut, as afI who insist on calling to do homage: child recovered.This remedy not -
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the I fiant. I to one of the few actresses who have only cures croup, but when givenas
BARTOW proposes to regulate
espoused their cause. !soon as the first symptoms appear, Carolina Portland
playing of pool by ordinance. Ping Service; of this paper was another I ------- will prevent the attack. It contain I
r next !in ordi m opium or other ha.mful..ub'ltancl' i I
pong and croquet: are The sixth annual Jacksonville outgrowth of the Moreno bankruptcy A I.ulal, Ot F'Ett.
and may be jiivenl;; confidently to .
nance. Gala Week: (Nov. 21 to 29)) of 1002:! I f i case and a recollection of the Tho undersigned will hive a free a baby as to an adult. For -\1. by I 1 Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM

4 HILIsnoitorIlcounty wants more promises to bo the most interesting, I i. recent fisticutf between the defeLd- I sample of Churnberl lin'a Stomachand : I all diuggiftsand.. medicine de:ili>rs. .
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justices: of the peace. Ju-tices are attractive aud successful in the history ant and Hunt.: Liver Tablets to any one wanting ,!
reliable! : for HATI9HAL BAZAAR. i ALA
t thau justice in most a remedy diaordfrs
: ; commoner of this great carnival of mu-ic I
The writ that Mr. Gr
I| alleges eu-I of the stomach, biliousness or
'*1I 4 places. and merriment. Thousands have sLip lt l'Il. This is a nw .
hut of the Moreno con-I
trustee
I as A National BIz will be
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and a pond GUP. All druggists: given Stock of all Hi.: ii;r :
y t J ; ., THE giruor has isiued his enjoyed these festivities in the past; erty and as an officer of the UnieJ ni''dici'je dealer : for the benefit of Christ church can Portland Ct
rr' Thank? iving proclamation, and tho i thousand more are coming this I !States: : instituted suit against a name I building! fund at :No. 40 South Pala J German aturn."' t I
average" man n looking; around for Cleaning! ladies skirts: anJ waists land Cement Kin.- \ \ I
something: to be thankful for. year. Many new and novel attrac- 1 ber of persons for the protection of l is one of CT specialties. Star Laaa-: ..fox street during Festival week PlaterRoaendJlaifotk. : ,. ( ,
I Anyone desiring to contribute to 8 Port-ni .
as i i
I tions have been secured for this
A NEW funs woman recently died year I creditors; that one of defendants :1 I '. this deserving affair will please i ,avannahJack-a., : ,,, )I', _
that must add to the interest and the suit W. C. O'Neal Mobile, New Or'c. ,
after bleeping twenty days. That's to was as i CALL FOR PABST NEW :MALT BEER; notify Mrs. J. McGaughy or Mrs. -.1 "
-I \\'eal"omak"lIptr!' .
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enjoyment of the occasion. it-i i Ii" : <
l nothing. There are business men in president of the Uiuk. It further I ABSOLUTELY NEW AN;) PURE. Walker Ingrabam. loalwiFa11 i I Mill wherever WM .: t ," _

'Kt this state: who are never wideawake, There will be an immense Trades shows that, after the filing of this, (F' i;:ht ratf. a. (It. -i, ;Hil.[; :. : ,
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still live. Display, unique and Fantastic "Alabama" 'and > : :i r '
but they gorgeous
-- --- --- suit on Saturday:: Mr. O'Neal cameto Baud," PortK.ud! l'ae: .,t. \1! ,.-
Parade, a beautiful Floral Parade W'ir WNt \," fflNrNrYriI ha H\"dr..ullc N'Inr.l r, '
'"' MR. COLFK is quoted as saying or by afiiaut's place of business on L.
i nude near BlfIllill.al:1.Correspondence: :i.
the tfhovir.
Baby Parades w
of
: the w w w w N
1 that there was something "queer"i the following Monday while afliauj
it. I I
s m about the returns in New Yok. A ; City Departments and Militia, numerous in conversation with Hcarritt Sclicited.
was
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; .t f that doesn't know when he is: II E
; ; man interesting convention, I $ $ $ -
Moreno, bankrupt. The defendant ,
q"i
."tt r, licked, doecu't know enough to be I !
Marked Ballo Colored
governor. Peoples Day requested an interview with affiant, I L1tUU Ionev lit IUlIIIl $

(Nov !29)! Street Shows; etc.
-- --- etc. YO'llr
when the latter was at liberty, and :, jurir-
FLORIDA'S attitude on the question Don't forget the celebration in I Announcement .
of child labor in mills is dead easy. the same was at once accorded.. A I i i I : lure at till arsion <$< Jutnn ,
honor of New Jacksonville. Frte
It is like that of the woman who I few moments: in Inlet conversation ;i, Great Furniture Enw-

i had trouble with her hired out-door attractions and exhibiticns. in when defendant ) - - -
never any i was indulged; ac-i 1 Ic I ntg I' :; rium.

e' girl, because; she did her own work. Handsome prizes for all Parades. caved ailiiut of bringing the bank's: '. : I

No mills, no child labor. Special low rates: on all railroads.A WE are now ready with our New !
into action !
name the legal: as filed j 1
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STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
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THE 8t. Augutlue Record is oft Martlinj Surprise This was denied by afliiant, and I n AND WINTER STOCK, i 11'1

l the opinion that South Florida is toy Very few could believe in lookingat while Greenhut was not looking, and i| ; the largest, handsomest and most =?
'irtworn 1'ci'Micnla aril Milton I! i i
+ scene" of much in
be "the activity A. T. Hoadly, a healthy, robust \
cprtainly not having: reason to suspect -, I
; 1 railroad construction: etc. That remains blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for complete in West Florida. Unt.M. hail)" I wept Siindav"CITY

# ; t to be seen. Better see what ten years he suffered such tortures anything wrong, the defendant i OF TAMPA. "
1 for Man and
Everything Boy and
i did commit murderous assault ,
tz the Hon. R. Hudson Uuir ass lira from Rheumatism as few could endure a j

Ari'OKDi.Mi to the Tampa Tribune and live. But a wonderful i with a knife, cutting the' affiant in j I ; the kind of merchandise that holds 1 -. >.T.Villon i t'ruea." 'oiaA rfill:;.. all I\r rr.I>n..11.1, i j i

t ', r "the Peusacola XKWS will pay the change Bitters.followed"Two! bottle his: taking* wholly Electric cured five; different places from the elects 'I ; your friendship after you have made 1 :f Far',"v; Uuui. trip.n.'",.

r' t. marriage expenses of any couple I me," he writes, 'and I have not felt of wi' ('!h alliant was compelled to I your purchases.

y }t who will agree to be coupled during I a twinge in over a year." Tluy be at home, and uiable to attend hi- JEWELER IH HIS

by the Carnival in that city." TheseS regulate the Kidneys, purify the United ; If you have been experimenting
duties as an clliccr of the
blood and cure llhtumati-m! Neuralgia
: ij I little lips in the fcstovallian; cogwheelmust ; I with various kinds cf
Clothing : NEW STAND
Nervousness
,
improve di<;''-- I States; and the disabilities: were in-I j sup-
be the Jour-
very annoying to Lion aud J.tiperfct health. Tryi
| llicted! Mr. O'Neal. ;; try DUES for a change. You 1
tt ual. i I them. Only M cent., at W. A. I by pose you I .

F I D'Aletnbvrtfl's drug sure 121 :s. Pal. fhe afliint therefore prayed that I; will find that the change will do you I hive moved my jewelryour.; ,
Is discussing the cotton question afox street. { 120 South Palifi, formerly ,.
,r 1 the Pulatka Times-Herald declares _. such legal action as in this discretion !> ; good. We carry such well-known ; pled by bass & Co., uud am ;I'. .

that traverse the entire OPPOSITION- of the court would be deemed proper better prepared than ever to /,
we may : I ; Clothes as Fechheimer, Fishel, Hart, f great bargains: in diamon is, w rtjewelry .
state without seeing a factory or a I j I punishment in such cases be inflicted I .
Schaffner & Marx and Samuel W. etc. Call and i UK
i "bleachery." Some of the people I ; I
upon Mr. O'Neal.Mr. i IIit: let me convince you.
who rake cotton louk: mighty PILOTS ACTIVE I ; Peck. J. I. ril'EPiI'N: -
Greenhnt is now able to be to I
bleached and white around the gill
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41 :k Y about this! time of year. be at his place of business and to HATS--We know you want something :

; -- ---- Opposition pilots reaped a harvest take an active part in the management b : up to date If such is the case, Foiey's Kic.y Curs
yt' \\ illih 'l. rail.
I this of the Maine. His face is yet in j makes kiiseys a.d I; ".r.:' rI.
Members
1 # In the departure of W'iIIisL Ball, : morning. of their association we are prepared to serve you with ;I _

t r Jj who for more than ten years has bepnlIu.l1e today brought in the bandage, but the wounds are healing ': the best the market affords, such as : EVERYBODY LOOKS

"c a* rapidly as could: be expected. '
:;$ manager of THE DAILY steamers: Underwriter and Orion,
Bros. and
I Dunlapa Stetsons Young
NEWS, the ii3Jcola new-paper fraternity with the government dock, and the The preliminary trial of Mr. O'Neal I : : FOR THE BEST

4r lo-e their oldest active member Dutch steamer Ain-tel, which entered I will probably occur before Justice I,' : many others. :::

-not old in years, fur Mr. Ball i ii is i '
: too late to be officially re Wolfe on Friday afternoon. ) SHOES-We have Hanan, Cros- : Here it i<. Call on -,
3 practically a young; man, but old in ------
if ported. : sett and Douglas. What three makes : Crary. They are dour,- t '
of service done this
point i in city-
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.\bleep \mid FlaIII!'S. work that can be tunud ,,'r r j
: and the city at large loses cue of Its are better known in this country? :
l Luck In lliinecn.Bv Breaking; into a blazing home. prepared to do any 111.1'i I I
best friends.
1 Ir The Journal particularly: regrets sending 13 milpVm.. Hpirey, some firemen lately dragged; the | 1 i Do not fail to see our beautiful They put on India rulib.'r M."'.
Walton Furnace, Vt., got a box of slopping hunafes: from death. Fan ii oc-1 on the In'ukEt)11 -!';.i ii
Mr. Ball's change; of residence, because Bnckleifs Arnica Salve! that i assortment of Neckwear Manhattan '
I wholly cied security, and death near.' It's : i they have a full 111 '
in the newspaper business especially cured a horrible l Fever tore on hfeij. < I 3 tin-- in-lock.
r I that way when you neglect cough'and ; Shirts, Earl & Wilson Collars and
: > it means a great deal to Xothingel-eomld.; Positively DOM your buggy 11"1) u;
s i t have a competitor who i i" not only j I'cures Brui"ti, Felon, Ulcers, Eruptions colJs. Don't do it. Dr. Kiug'sNew ; 5: ; Cuffs, Adler's Gloves, Woolen and il.jf? They can make it ,"'.d I IT.'ifir ,,
1 f Boils, Barns, Corns and 1'iles. i Discovery f'r Consumptioni pricetoo.. are roI"< .I
t companionable, but whose bii.iu 'ss !i Only Sc.: Guaranteed byV.. A. I Ii i! gives perfect protection\ ajraiust aU ) Cotton Underwear, in fact we can tliny h-.v aniplf cajntul t .. '
methods will bear the of endurance !U'AIemberte Pala-1 _
test i druggut. 121:! S. a firtcucarriiie! ; l-n1'1 '
and merit the ciitical approval i TLroat.it Chest near, and and avoid Lunsj 'uttering.TroubleKeep 5:1 show you everything: up to date forMan n-pilriii/, bu.iue..*. i) ,'.

of those win. know exactly what theyare i --- ---- death, and ictor's: to ill;;. A teaspoonful :;: or Boy ':F c:ill rtcalcs ou tncin.repairs.I'PIZfH1rt'H

worth. The Journal ha found I street.Ml stops a late cough, perUt-; 1 ; ...........,... ......... --- ? \I'
Mr. Rill such That he ent ue the most stubborn.! Harm- ,
competitor. : HumorsAre i'> hi-lO.ru." : 'J
: less and nice tatting; it's euarautoed !
will do veil iu his new field no one to satisfy: by W. A.1)'Alemberte,121 ;, Yours truly, Phone b;.

who knows him doubts, and tnat he impure :S. Palafox street.' Price &J3: and fl. -
matters which the skin' ,

will prove valuable addition to the ,: liver, kidneys and other organs cani II' Trial bottle_free. t tTii JOHN WHITE FINE STATIONERY.
t big newspaper of whose staff he is
I
i not take care of without help, there is the Public. i! :
uow a member there can be no ques I
j such an accumulation! of them. Allow me to say a few words in' .

lion The Jacksonville Times-Union and | They litter the whole system. I prai-eof Chamberlain's Cough Rem ;' 205-207 S. Pia fox Street. ; C. \". Thompson, N... )II I -

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j I I had a severe cough and ---- -------- --- -- -, -- -----_: Palafox street, hajut "'p'\ I
boils edy. very ,
p. Citizen is to be congratulated Pimples! eczema and ether
.. securing the services of Mr. Willis upon eruptions loss of appetite, that tired I' cold and feared I would get pneu- ct1ttil!JIll m I J III}I J I Jill Jill J J J 1\\ new supply of Liua and l H :

M. Ball.1'rnsacolaJournal.Whatever foelinir, bilious turn=, fits of indigestion mania: but after taking the cecond .lJjrI) \) J) f\j v) 'vvVVVJV) \) J} vJ\ \)})'V1iUiVUV'ii j '\I Papers, white, bins a,1 i'ra, ;:, w

) dose of this medicine I felt better, Envelopes to match, Uxfor-i / -
dull headaches and
other
The Reason Open. I many three bottles of it cured my cold and I also Foreign Mail Tablet wit: }I-
troubles are due to them.Hood's !
else may b . ,.'
Florida in this year of Our Lord 1U02! Sarsaparilla entirely. I am mot respectfully I Penholders, Blinkbook, Fil"-

the state is at least entering upon your for health. RALPH S.MEYERS. etr., always on hand.<

the winter seisou under the most and Pills I 64 Thirty-seventh Wheeliug, W. HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER.Fleishmann's I Phone 234.:
Va. For sale by all druggists aud : ---
favorable aupices. Business may I medicine tieilers. Yeast and Swansdown Flour will:
Remove all humors, overcome all |
in be dull, but otu-
come quarters: in CAB V O :Ti:IA: .
ers, it is IIri,1th"; tourist travel their effects, ftrenirthcn, tone and | 3 udfjin 's, tile SPSyVr 5(. make the best bread that can be produced. : Bwriti. l e K-lV! ', H-jM-fcT

promises to be heavier than ever before invigorate the whole fstem.. iI j I 8r.&t'l8
/l-r-7-
; the state treasury is full! to "I Try one of our celebrated i 5Y\VE ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH. I or .'&(/UI'
bad sail
I rheum on my bands so that I i _
overflowing; and from one end of I! could not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla II i ianJ H. # S. Felt Mattresses.I OUR FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEEHAS a-

the state to the other comes the I It drove out the he mOl. I continuedits and
: They never pack or grow i All kinds of chairs
I cheerful note of prtparation for the use till the sores d.jappeared. ME!. NO EiJUAL.: DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. i
t winter's gayeties. IBA O. BROW, Rumford Falls, Me.Hocd's '' lumpy. Better than a hair I rocking chairs at ..MarJtonQuina's.

tz Today, for instance, sees the opening i I Sarsaparllla promises to 'I''I'I mattress, at half the price. JAS. McHUGH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery. Ii # Prices are very

x } of the state fair in Lake City- cure and keeps the promise. I Marston S' Quina I I'h-tie 105: 8 and 10 W. Int'ndencia M. I low.








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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11.1902. '' HSifIi



THE SOUTH B. H. FAIRCHILD, W. C. O'NEAL, President; 1Vo. oeoq. F. C. HORTON. Cashier; 1t i, ;;

MILLIONS CmXOXjS: TEH 3311 8. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ats't Cashier.AMERICAN "4 } .Y

38 EAST ROMANA STREET.
NATIONAL BANK I'' _
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AFRICAN LINETHE Caroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a

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OF WOMEd Phone Specialty.4B6. OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ..I. '

FIRST STEAMER SAILS FOR Designated Depository of the United States. f j

R. K. WHITE Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2', lOO' 4 4
PENSACOLA FOR IMME- ,
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. :' Ii,

DIATE LOADING. Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler Time Loans .... ..... ...... ....... ..... .... f3-1 ,3549R Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 i
and Graduate Optician, Demand Loans..... ...... ...... ...... .... 119,949.74 Surplus Fund... .... .. .... .... .. .... .. .... 10,000.00 i '
Overdrafts..... ... ....:. ..... .. ...... .... 538.74 Undivided Profits...... ...... .... ..... .... 15.256.97 ;
it Soatk PtUtox St., PtnucoU, FUPORTION U. B. Bonds and PremIums... ...... ...... 214,296.87! Rediscounts .... .. .... .. .. .... ... ... .. .. .. 64,071.67 !1 # ,
The steamship Vermont, which n __ ____ __ Stocks securites, etc.... ...... ...... ..... 2,625.00 Circulation.. .... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 .. !
will be the initial vessel of the Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... .... 6,718.48 Deposits ............ ................. ..... 45 ,036,05
I. R. Stamps... ..... .... .... ... .... ..... .!.!,6 I I
South African Steamship Company, OFDOCK Cash and Exchange..... ......... ......... 17SS05.'J2

sailed from Boston Sunday eveningfor I
JS69.3C4.59 $869,364.59 I k

Pensacola, coming direct. Sheis HERETWO This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I !

expected to arrive and be partially your business prompt courteous and careful attention. .

loaded before the present week is 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. :

out. STEAMERS WITH MASSIVE 3! !

Freight for the Vermont is now rj ; ,

and plentiful at the export warehousesand STRUCTURE CAME INTO s asa5sas252525 -+ eGREAT-,, -'- ; ii i i-
Preserve, Purify, Beautify Iii I .
livestock which will be l
shippedon -
the Skin, Scalp, Hair SIGHT AT DAYLIGHT (
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the steamer, will be here within ,

and Hands with a few days, being the last item to be TODAY.At FLANNEL WAIST OFFERING a

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II IIJ
placed on the steamer. It is stated t I I

this will be mostly of cattle althougha II I ----- --........
(XltiCuraH daylight this morning the (two ia
few horses will probably be taken.A '
ocean-going: steamers, Underwriter i;
great amount of space on the CSV .. MONDAY.. .. I IJ ) I I!
SOAP i} and Orion, were sighted off Pensa-1 sPs 2E ? s2s525 II ,. ,
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Vermont has been sold for timber .t
cola bar having in tow three-fifths of i
srhipment, and local firms are the i HIt"TIFUIAI.I.WOOI.. FLAXXKL WAISTS \ .t.e. ,+.c J J Jt, : "
the big drydock from Havana. They J Iiigt t Kapn \reu I All ColorsVhite and Black both Plain and Embroidered Elfpot*-to Le sold at OLC- ; it,
nTICCR
1CUASnso i
U. ;? Timber, live stock and .
purchasers. third one-half their actual value. This j is
,.y l'CTlCUII'TIEST., entered the harbor at 9 o'clock and j to : : an opportunity worh jour while to attend t i
'Igthenkinforcleat.utgthe machinery expected to be the through any kind of weather. : : : : : : : : : : !
\ ; after the Orion had been boarded I '
e .t"l'l.illghf tailing l:air, for by I I'I I
.,, red" principal: items to be handled by
; .I!(;, and wioth.ug! I
the customhouse officials, the : j
J ..M h.uiils. for tahy rashes, thhline. I big FLANNEL WAISTS. I HOSIERY -ltN ox.LI.K,. BOYS' CLOTH INC. f : '11 i
,
-.Mtioiis: and foi all the dock IDe:
and moored
r i was brought at
up tin Jtvavy, Ciblxrd, for hi'liuul.' ; '
I ,> '-.,et, b tth, and I 't, .
.
nursery. The line of steamships, now three, -- ----- I worth I5c. HptciHi,nil sues ------ --
"lIlb CrTlfTIU SUMP In the navy yard wharf. '
..' :irrititioits, in laminaUH all nearly ready for operation: will Ii II I : MnHERII.IT'HO:: YOrilAPVASXAGK' l 1 1
,n or UK freo T oiTen- The tugs are at anchor oil the yard i I Lot NTQ '1 "i'SSViK:1 XI r-'n..1' to remember" the one-third saving you I i. i f;
ii, :i.. A iscs for uberstiro!: be rut on and managed: by the Ilag- 1 l r: .- I.Lot U 1 1Fltia make 1\hen iiUying your lc>>V School or ; L La
-I anj it was stated: today will inlineI j
j .. anti- i ;
sanati'e >
t. many : l re's Units here Kxcluve! deAlers ask
.' iliicli readily usRcst! ; erman-Lazier Transportation IX, :I dutely return for the remaining two I Il I Id third more than our prl....-. investigatefor
\I.m" u,i-spticiuKy: uuthers. the Pensacola representative beingC. i j'' I \1 9 \hrkt'l1toOllt S7 00 I yourself. a f 1
| sections of the dock. These are expected l\l OI II' Ilclloal''value I
cntrorlar.njrsl.ii ..
: >f:atr.i ) \V. Ha:'lrnnn. He i ii doing all )! 5iM.:; V"" BOW f?CIIOULSCIf5'.73eto S :50 !I
'I i i ::> i v -oastLi.uharre here one day next week aud i I tRul

I."rn! -4;-Iu,l,.,I.rMErdr amiftriilho( ( %), he can to fill the first steamer to its 'i both the vessels will go to Havana: !! n : .nm.s..tl'fF..tif.OlFto4e31)0!< r ',1 J I li + s

I I.. 'i'ii.. iLdiIIUIAInt.* amiiiiilhtul.uniU capacity and success in this direction I Lot I NTO 3 M"rkl'dtoI/ORt I 1a I i
tTIci'RA to bring the rest here in order to 1 actunlvalue ,, 1 r
I w
ool an\'leanoo a.
: I ;* to* since '
be said be t
may to sure, SKIRTS AND WRAPS
1.
save time and trouble. I i ; !

.Ir'-nEST.: ....a.-:?.'.air PLUS alr-'.rnrnnnirl(Chocolate the amount of freight now ready: for The arrival of this dock was an f A\IA{ li 111 Rrkl'd to goat } : WITH STYLE; ANDGOODll'ALITIF. I: y' I ICoN'hiEST :

tut,I '1. :..''Iorlll.\ liquid U.TICCRA shipment is much more than the j actuaivalue I I,.b..O .. skirt: Btul Wrap VRloes I 1 I I
of try
". .1I'll all Olll..rIMJdI.ur.. event great moment at the navy $Iij were ticvt so great; I'ricei never o low ai i" ? ,
r rel. 6)do.- ,Sle. .
t i-, troll*. anti Denei ff-2), Veimint can carry.It yard, and an officer stated that there 1'g you invariably rind them berv.CLOTH !
l.> !..n. P..TTU UYCe4a Clinic; will be recalled from a previously SILK WAISTS. : I
u l'i ,Uuiuut,U.b.A. 1 was no doubt but that it will be SKIRTS, $2.50 TO $9.00 I i !
interview with Mr. Hageruian I
stationed here permanently. It can
A few of those beautiful M.3U: nc\ SILK SKIRTS $5.50 TO $30 ;
that two steamships of an I 4r I :
FOR SEED OATS i be used in its present condition if and tl.ou Waists left \ ) ho
,
average tonnage of 3000 each, are H''I::'llI :n 1065 LADIES' WRAPS $3.75 TO $15 'j"
inl: Clm-keii Wheat call completion at an English I absolutely necessary, that is, after L.\TCAJ..L.\T' _- .1 I I ; I ;

>'. i-.i-Crioby! Company: at now nearing the arrival of the other two sections. t f 1
They are: the "Wild-
shipyard. I
.' wurehons The "crib" for which an appropriation '
i/ -if- or wood" and "Rosewood" and advices; W.J.&BGFORBES.t t II' 'II 'I
.lJlm: was requested will serve only j : :

,. .. ,, I from that: point recently received to protect the dock from storms and I \
I 1.1. '" 't't l'U\\IIN'i r rii ..
> here to the eflect that the steamersare ; from I I
rough treatment passing or -- - :;
I Iron, I'1
I being rushed to completion very moving vessels. If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Ktore They are Good I f I
I
1 I Moth-r Gray, nurin I ;
.. .I i'' .I., in .->w 1. rk. I'uri- fist and early in Jauury areexpected The dock Is acknowledged to be I THE WEATHER\
-\ inn a Terthtri; lin- i :
I I": '::1..' i''. i noA.h" anlI" !: to be ready for the South African I one of the finest ever stationedat !
very 1
\ u ; TASTE.i
,.\ I r'" ."I.tt.tnnosuai.. .... ,....m. I A MATTER OF ;,
ervice. :
JI.1 .n S 'Im-I.,1. I I., t 4:; an American port. It is constructed TO-DAY it
t
They are constructed especially | of iron and steel, was built !i 1''

Ii It '. j., f. .., rI \! arn t.mDry.. i'for' the Peimcola trade and Mr. I' for the Spanish government in Eng.1 I I Loud. Fancy Cut .nd Perforated :Shoes do not do the Mot. ; Ii.1 i!'t ;I t

'k '.. d"l i \\,.- -, KM :.rll't! 1pO'll I" ::;.dlm, general manager: land about twelve years ago '
"" tI li- ''wiiaiii.: x'' ;, I
: 1lulg.M.n. I variable winds. Dignified Way. ; ) I I II
.
.'.' ... -''" ._!:.': "n-i.. 6. .\t all IIrllUI". and line, will be in Petisacola about the j i towed across the ocean to Jbvan\.1 I I I' II

time of the first ship's arrival. He i I Later it was purchased by the I i Temperature in Las 21 Hours: i{ I fI 3

OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S Maximum...... ........................ .... .... 71 degrees Ruth = Beulah $2.00 Shoes I i. f I
lid I now in South Africa arranging for i i j. United States, and at the time of the II l!I Mmimuiu .................. ..................... 54 JegretB I !I, i's t

a permanency of the bUHle: # His I I transaction the New York Herald i J I
i':;.. .'v.t:-r-today. Trf't !f'IU. tl.o !).I Temperature Elsewhere: are Indie*' Shoes! full of the little niceties seen only in custom t I :
ascertain
,,
business there is to pictured it in a !Sunday edition aud .
XTL'l'iITLE.. I 1IH:. MID.I shoe They tave correct chap" and swing. Feeling f! ; I

'.1'.tL i1't.t,: prospects: for regular: cattle shipments labeled it "Uiggest; Floating Dock in !,I. Atlanta .... ...... ............_........ 72: 45awnari.5'I 1'1I that you will appreciate Ilath-l'euhiii'd: we ask that yon I ; I ,

:Yt.tIHI possibly: one shipload every the World-Purchased by the United I Chicago ..... ....... ...... ..........4' 4i call and (look at them. I .; ,. I! I 1
Ial-;, i Cincinnati ................_...........il) 52 III! .
I-p (.t !: ; 1ha Yzr.n bli month. If this desired end can bej j States and Will be Towed to Pena- ', lialvestoii_... ...... ... ......_ "I* 72 il
I I Huron ... .... ... .. ...........___ 31 10 j -. I
II" Xaial
;i 1<(orea Ui,. reached as Mr. llagerman said on ': cola.: Jacksonville .........._._ .._ _7* M :
.. Kansas city ._._.... ...............fil) -M :
.? .1:1. the previous occasion above referredto Its cost was about $1 i5,000, although Key West ............................._ .!* ill ,'
a 'I H _.... _. ... ....$1 lI Memphis ...... ................ ....?_ 7S flU Boston Shoe Store ::1:11:
U ...._. e.. additional ships will be put on the commandant of the yard Mobile .... ..... ..._.......... ......?.iI .">i ,
Montgomery................_.._ ;'? 4'* ,
.'. K _. _. 1 fjK. > and the service increaeed in propor-I today would not vouch for these New OrleiiQS' .............._..._76 5.
1 tfH New York .... ..... ..... ......._ ill to i llI ll\ \
i =... _. tion to the business.Jfudfjiu I I figures.; 'I Savannah .no........ ...._ ............. 7< ft" I 117 South Palafox. : : \I : '
1 VIC St. Louis ......... ...... ... ....... 7- li 2
.. ..... .
A below 13;> I It :
i
I to -
was primarily brought - '
t 'Ii I r-i'.1J,. ( 's. the 3fsor oc. I II>'sicola: for repairs, and the damage: 1'en-I)! Try Gnntor's Candies atSoomon's. I A BAD LIVER CURED.A ( : \'

,. "N\"NiNiYi 11I 11\
C" !:i "\: 0 n :t: ..A \ have I I is clearly noted. It is on the out- I> .- .. - bad liver is thJ!: c.in-p of nio'-t of : i JI
", 'H P. ye A'\\3 EJIr:: RefrigeratorsVe a i', I Ii the ills with which l the huruui: body I I l lI
II!:' "" ,
A' few left, which we will sell I i side of the big wall near the top, j su1f rs. The b '-t way to overcome I i I

: ( //fltL'Z( at cost. Marston $ Qidna. :!' and has the appearance of having ] OBITUARY. I this have ncomfoJrtiblf'a liver ;remedy condition upon which i-j to 1

. I! baen smashed: in a collision. The i i you can depend.! HEl'ATIiritA f1 llou'n I ;I'I i
iI I Mrs. William Htearns !sen., died t'.e thins which will rive you n ,1'
t.:.+IGO ati, IlE1f3lL.NO.i1CIClC4S...D.c..eo.o.GOf1e ; damage would not interfere with | this. morning; at l.pr residence in this I II"reat deal of plfasurfruiu( ituse I i
the d'ick's usefulness unless it and speedily rft<>re you t<) ht-ultii.
a: I L p Ru'des, ." Single and Double! ..-I. Collar Pads : : were I city at the ae of (67.! The funeral Mr. Ja*. '}'. :McNiir of huacnla. !
i; wholly submerged. Then the waters: services will be held I .. t
fJ Thursday morning Fla., says! : 1 have h. d s"Uie trouble I
I.I I.
I 9 o'clock at Kt. with lUI I liver fur .tbout a.ar and I K.YrAUiANT U
and Harness. would run into the break. at Joseph's I I
Wagon 1I I
I? eins.Baggy Riding : 1! church. I a half. "i have tritd :a good: 11JIIVi tI !J a '

e .. 0.r An eiu'ineer said today the dami (i kind- medicine', als-o! |ph-: rijimr'i I'
-,,
i "
I&" '" X-l .
treatment but found II"> relituntil
,
wis comparatively small and
? 'ip5: Saddles, i age I took HEPA I'lCCHA. Onu, bottle

: Buggies and Wagons, \ 2 could bd easily repaired. It was !,! Try Gunter Candies atSolomon's. ha0 uiudi improved: me that 1 I : I
: have gained seven ")tJu.,- iu wi-iiri.t; E l
nothing! he: said, what it had been I | DAILY KEKUSCrreprlse i
:
;J"m ( INSTALMEl\'T Saddle 2a in three week My appetite I- good f I ,,. .
._.OR CASH.._ : represented.j :; PABST NEW MAL-TBEER is THE I and that bud: taste 1 had in my ,
t .j I 1 moutn i ii all Sold by all drnggists. ( all the Up-to- ::11 I 1 i
This dock figured prominently; in I PUREST AND BEST MADE. CALL FOR gone. I :
Aprons. Blankets i ; Date DMhes the Markets I' 11
r ,
;
i BEERS' REPOSl ORV i :' Hpa'Ii-h .\meric:>n war hitory.I : IT. I II I of the WorM "i i :, ;; I i
t
: t BGrse t 504.511 S. Palalox St. Spurs I I When all negotiations had be n dei !i ii HEW STORE $ HEW GOODS Hot Rolls, at !r> pm lOc Afford. !t ri '

i eland at an end and war was cn njmeuced i; doz., at Solomon's.CALL .. ,. '
-- -
Cf it occurred that a bright NEW DRUGS I .
Piankets: ." Extra Shafts and Polcs." H arness" )I I FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER- Ladies' k I
Private
idea! would be to capture tha dock ABSClUTElY NEW AND PURF. ,

For Buggies and \Vagcr.z. D !i which had not then reached Havana I
: Sarldic; Parts : Dining Parlor. .1 !i'

(0 ___ _ _ __ i The scouts were not sharp ,I, White's Pbafmaey. Hot Rolls at 5 It. m., lOco ,
e <
a doz.. at Solnmon's. .
; Pads, Low Prices Easy Terms or All! Ki:ds, : !' enough landed.; however and it was safely I'I'i II I I'I ; r,1'
i undersigned! has opened :l'
'+et .e.O.Q.e.e. .....o... ..... ..... ."O+O... : THE Drug Business in the Kenshaw ANNUAL BALL Regular Dinner Daily. r .
I: General debility-failure of the ; t't''t
building, 106 South Palafox street, ,
-- i strength to do and the power to endure I :" 1''' 'n l..rt"r r'
with a full line of Fresh Drugs, Perfumes -
-is cured by the great tonic- :I.t a1i.plt:eS 1.1 Abort Orders 1'.Ut1!pill I"
IllIAlHjUAliTKHS FOK Soaps and such other articlesas f f
j Hood's: :u aparilla. I 1-hl.'d. 11ght ar ))ay.
are usTiliykept in an up-to-date HOPE LODGE, NO. 2571 'I. '

$ 'SCHOOLBOOKS Basines I .
) Drug ? Ku.ihtB of'IYonor I l r
We respectfully solicit a share of It It'. AometSiagoodtoret
w: CRIMINALCOURT I the public patronage, promising to AT \VAKRIXCSnS FLA., I you with, you'll find it at .1' ,t t _
'- Wr. THE LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PEXSA- .! I'
IX ODD FELLOWS KALI.
TODAYAt entire satisfaction both in '
s give ,
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES.GEM Nick Apostle'sPopular : if I 1
goods and pries A,
TUESDAY NOV. 20 1902
The Prescription Department i is in Restaurant

\ BOOK STORE... today's session of the criminal charge of our :'ofr. Walter H. White ; FOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF FUND. ; F. ;
rr
A court Geo. Kennedy was convictedof who wlll.try his utmost to please all I Refreshments will be Helved.: i
tin: of School. Sapplie-=, Tabltts, Pencil, Penholders! Etc. who may favor him with their or- .?JjJ\P'J vlf\l\
petty larceny and fined 1'i: or 60 I

SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY.CHA8. days He stole cabbages; from x.1' and ders.fresh As,our we ,solicit tack is a trial entirely order.new I ADMISSION,' MEN, 50 CENTS ; :I ;j : : t

Giardina. i1)tir.: }'f{};:}:' i Watch corks 14 :

R. JOHNSON W. H. White & Co. Tickets will include free tracpnr-i I your ; see iti
Farmswortb, for lal-
Jack petty tati"u f"r hold-r and one Ijdy from that they art ra ndtd t

218 SOl'III PALAFOX SfHlEr. ceny, was oa trial at noon. 106 South Palafox Street. P i.s.








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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 19021OOD

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The Gambling Instinct. Getting Into Moral Debt.

So far as we know, the gambling ln- Philip D. Armour millionaire and The Matinee Girl

stlnct Is ns oil as humanity; it is certainly philanthropist! continually warned

as lId as history. There were :young: men against ;getting into debt -

bookmakers of a sort in Nineveh and lie loved free men and despised slaves at the

[ BOJ\RD Babylon and Homer in his "Iliad" I \\Tien asked if he admired a certain I Yk\\\ 1 Play

t"S distinctly alludes:! to Letting on ports.1 brilliant orator, he said: "He may have 1 -

I Tacitus Ails us that both the m ,! a 1'1Ij1t.r'oire and fine presence I I.nt I THE 610STATTRACTIYE

L"0-...,.... I Hermans and our own ancestors the i j can't you hear the rattle of his! chain ,

Britons when they had lost everything I J: That man: is not free lie is under! '

g- I else, would stake their own liberty and i, moral obligations that demoralize him CAlEr DAR

r-.o-- that of their wiles and children on the j' lie is net speaking the deepest thing in t I i51

hazard of the game. his soul, and haven't time to hear any CF THE NEW YEAR

R d THE The laws cf ancient Home strictly slave talk. I want a man to be just as '( 11903)

I forbade all letting and gambling, yet freeas I am." I, ; :' (onsists cf -.*. *, .-tH -.
SIGN .Vuthony and Cleopatra made bets on iu., in II ct "ot-. u i .
I On another occasion he said' : "Don't I f e" social lini-h! thai '
H f 1 their luck ia fishing: and Horace complains I get Into l'Lt-1 mean moral debt.' It f ,'j hf. ti-r color esT-ci. T;: i iTO "
OF more than once of the effeminacy ib 1 t\ jig ivj'roducuon nf '' of ,
is bad enough to into debt flnancijlly.
get .. ,
;l\-
he-I i j -ts, Ktvatly n i ,
of the gilded youth of Home .
.
N mtn.ho witlionttheenHvour ,
AID + There roes a :young I. rp
EA1 a'i forsook manly and colonnt, hut. ,
THEPERFECT cause they sports I rrh gig. a! '
flJlN is mortgaged. That young; man is legg"jig .
h. .
of the
eotctoss: 1 warlike exercises for the attraction of t i tea auty of k': "
rOt it along with a debt, and it will ? stit'sofplak 5.
O.\t ( q4 the gaming tal.Jl8.9 Is too much the
'II.., } I take twice as much power to get him c / low to Obtain It.--.,'it ,
: case with ourselves in the present day hen\ 1'rep.nJ, "n n.i '
along as the man without a debt. OK. .
.lnor"tIIl11l""*; pr !
.... y Ptfh6fSi! FOOD the youth of Home left off playing i There other debts and :t>lpt of no In flan-pa ". ,
t';. ta' .. lire obligationsthat : 11 1th1 'tII..I"I 1.L1r.1'1I Ir. t '
"I. (
I
-. -... games to watch them played and to f..r. ._,.
.:----:-.:..-.--;: Rt tree bet on them. The most flagrant esam- I are embarrassing in their entanglements. UuujOK.:31<>h.. -- ... Don't get Into debt morally, 1 \ inld hand lof.inOK. r. .
.".:', ..'-.... THE E II lo of this was to l>e found in connection : "I / ', .
... I boy: don't get into debt so that you !a1Y'l:0141tyourdt.p.'! ..
: i
my i- I.
... -. .- ...-.. with the ;gladiatorial games iu the ",..atll. ......llli! .ul c.u< iMlptofSftn .
....- ._-...... GREATDYSPEPSIA : may not exercibe;:: your freedom to its ,1 slamiw If '
.. Ivonutn nobles and ; <
plutocratskept
.. crena. .. .
order for f.he
ea .. t in one vu:
- fl ....:"'.-..'.-,,'"- prueoas _,._ I their fighting champions, just as ,: limits. .tWnireubtheiita.three prrxiui\ :11'' f.. ',

:.. ...:" DESTROYER our own keep their race horses. It was j I The gun IN Seldom on Time. GkANDOPER.1t thrnnhahunisuua. .,.ttt ',.
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.::... -...... 1:0 uncommon thing; for fortunes and I j jeven The sun does not keep! good time. HeIi An/ndryrrcn/Aufrcn. eru Jilt" !ICexlrnf.u Ttiioilciifthi 1 i .o1! iw. .i .i 1
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on' / I'lirrh.iMt ut HIII r .ituiuutluued u .
'. '.-.,.... 'Stah's to be gambled away almost always too fast or too slow I.OY.F ..41s-1 cboico i\JVJ4.
the issue of a tingle combat Once ai.ont the middle of April he is
I ARMOUR PACmG: CO., Armour Station, Kansas City, tea aaa
Just on time, then not again before the

1'ajlnji n Delit In Japan. I middle of June. At the beginning; of .--

i + rt Japanese i'ro\"incial journj'! has the September he joins; the clock a third

i: il iS K iie.I } following; story of a debt: A peasanthad time and lastly (;J\tellOre late in Dectmbtr. Ae :.b1& AvTJtbUk''ESSOR
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borrowed the sum of 15: yen ($7.50); Now, it would seem as if he .. :

Ii t>n the security of a small house owned were startled at the way Le !had neglected

y "THE by \l.iui.; The term for the repayment us. In February he fell back until TO A VERY.I..IL..I.Ji:.
PERFECT FOOD"
_;i the loan having come and gone and ho was fifteen minutes: late. Hy the

: l FOR I"f! usurer seeing: no immediate pro":1i| beginning of March he had niafle r.pthe IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

x : of getting his money back the' minutes of his loss, and before the

BRAIN and MUSCLE 1 was dunned' t> the verge; of month is over he will have caught up HA\.RD1tV E.

| distraction. lie alleged that he was to within five minutes of the schedule. ..

f. unable properly to feed his family owing ; Meanwhile! the days have been growing

1 < MALTA-VITA is good board for all mankind. Relished by old and to the hard times and that it longer very rapidly. We begin March Iron, Nail*, Axes, Shovels; Haw bill: and tf'alllht; :

i would not be until summer that his Hiipplies Cooking and Heating Wove, Paint IIi!.
,l s 1 young, sick or well.MALTAVITA. with our nights longer than our ilajs.:
t # scanty acres would yield enough: to pay I Window Glass, Guns, Pi-tols ant Fi-hing Tuck 1 lt.
x ti a' is the original and only perfectly cooked) thoroughly! I We end It with our days: longer than
'.t the loan and Interest. Nothing would our nights. In the one month we Lave Agate and Tiuwarc ana Ilouseiurnislmi!;; (molls.L .
t \ malted, liked, and toasted *hole wheat food. satisfy the creditor but that the Ill'as.1! added to the length of our day an hour

;I MALTA-VITA is the perfect food : perfect in taste, perfectly cooked ant should give up the house. "The and twenty minutes a bigger gain than >rAGEXH FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL <:mll'A Y-Q

and maited ; perfect because MALTA-VITA contains all of the elements house is min("" declared the usurer, any other month can showr.-Professor Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Em..rv

L iSiI necessary to sustain: life and invigorate mind and body Perfect health "and if you do not turn out I am at S. C. Schmucker in Ladies' home Jour Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johu-ouV K if-
to burn it heads." somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ilauir, Win
+ liberty over your nal.
-r .I a sound, restful sleep, clear complexion, bright eyes, clean, white teeth,
This drove the peasant to desperation.Next Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, 'Maurv'. '
breath the that follow diet of MALTA- The One Cloud.
/ sweet are blessings a regular Made Railroad Colors.
he before the door
day appeared lie tell docs the
-Darling, me truly,
wr' VITA.A. t cf his oppressor with a cart containingseven fact that I weigh; 100 pounds less than Masonic Temple @ P'it aeo1a Fla

week's trial of MALTA-VITA as a diet for breakfast and supper large bags of ashes. He had I you make any difference in your lute ,

t t will convince the most skeptical of the superior merits of MALT A.\'IT A. taken the liberty, he said, to burn the for me?

A i k I Beware of imitations. Insist on getting MALTA-VITA, "The Perfect house down himself as it :appeared She-Of course not, dearest, but The Star Laundry

fl I, Food." Requires no cooking, always ready to eat. material to his creditor whether it was sometimes I would like to know howit ,
burned not here the ashes" he
or : were
'$ 1 ;
; i feels to sit in jour lap.BrooI.:13'nLIfe.
r ; for sale by grocers. Loped the usurer! would be satisfied.The .
I Biggest Busiest Best !
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MALTA-VITA PURE FOOD CO. (tliino Quarter.
low's 1'his:
Fp'v A student of the Chinese in New York
I Battle Creek, Mich. Toronto, Canada We oiler One Hundred Dollars
reward -
a 4l city notes the fact that when a Chinesesues I

4'l i r .,,! ::-j 'S :!....,..,t-.o.';'8 b'im c wtv )iJ:;: ,, ati American he must perforce for any case of Catarrh that

.{ r take the case into the regular civil I cannot be cured 1y: Hall's Catarrh I Tbe ey Speak

l I'rufrtilonnl 1'riile. \\ropin nt a 1lcddtug. I courts but that when one Chinese sues Cure.F. .

1 Ne\\'PlI"j : I d., : : '... :r.t dilurar I .\ t.:.iiiiese uinrri..p> Is all ceremony another the m geneal public hears nothing J. CHENEY. & Co., Toledo, 0.We tit ,

.J down io I 11'1..1 I "11"'P"'I i 1 'i ul -, ..irtjrrad ii",' i.i i k, no It ;it\,' and) much cryms. of the liti aUon. It Is settled by the undersigned, have knownF.

<:t Mi 1)1 i J. i'M I .lltli: Hl.h I 1!lII"t I 1 1':in- ,Mili-ninity ur'I funeral prevails Chinatowns own mayor who. althoughhe J. Cheney, for the last 15 year I for ihefaelces !
m gall and believe him perfectly honorablein j
,' sitIt :', .r. :'I 1' a.tolm 1:1." k. IOf'' ,
Al'.T 1: the eSihaiiue: of presents' the has no legal means of enforcing; his I all business transactionand

,r iti l many .' .Irs L't' CI..(':' vt the Loadu (rule is dressed with much care in a judgments, is so backed, up !by Chinese financially able to out ob- I Ii
't carry any ,. i i We let the Shirts: l'illlr! -
Chr1u, 'h'. red gown, brocade or silk If she can public sentiment that any man who I li atiot. made by their firm.
7 Wuk snfiHirifd' the Melbourne ads abide \ his decision is ostra- WEST & TKIJAX i I and Ct'ifwe Launder peak i i''
i a i set it; her eyelashes are painted a deep fails: to by ,
:P tui.lst1. tI.JIJ in his I'pl'r, yet l.o never black and the wears a heavy red veil cUed. This seems an odd situation in Wholesale Druggist: Toledo 0. : them"t'Ivw. They will tik! touch

m. asked a favor Of any 01 the ministers. iitt.ichod to a scarlet headdress, from au American city, but it is, after all, WAI.DIXO, KiN'XAN MARVIN, __ -_ J i thanwt'clu.Vwanttollt'lId.j! : 1
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"r t + ) On 'in- occasion Lord MulUiurue said! which imitation! pearls are pendentover but an application of the doctrine of Wholesale Druggists; Toledo. O.Hall's (. ;y 1 i morebthe wurk we dn tiniu! by
Catarrah Cure is taken internally
t to Linn: the forehead. A feat is spread "exti-itcrritorialitj" by wlHch Americans what we say.
"You are the only! man !in KnslainlwU : ;! in China acting; directly upon the I,
Ddb t I upon a taId.7 to which the bushing or other foreigners; may blood and mucous surfaces cf the
r > r"r .'ls tl.at\ 1 Jim 'rime ininistir. Untie H'WHr! before their own
is M by five of her best female! : disputes system. Price 75c. per bottle. [Hold

a' ; HOT.so.. my lord)?" iuqnire.l I'.l.u-k. friends. They are seated at the table, consular l'ourts.-luuth's Companion. by all drusrgist Testimonials tree.Hall's ALL WORK c. o. D. Gsols Called?! for ni I Duliwrei I free
+ a sujiposin; that LP haJ lut-a inadMTtently -
t but III) one eats. The utmost silence Family Pills are the best

11 iIT J & 4i dlsresptctfuh I revuils!! when finally the mother leads ,t Booing 1'oint. I TELEPHQHS 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

1- t r 4 ",', "ixi<4replied! Mrlbou'je, "you off in a cry the maids follow and the I'I A goodpuretuati Instance of the importance of

f f are the only man 1 know \. ..0 never bride echoes in the horns. Then all : was afforded in the case I Foley's Honey and Tar I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

k,. I : asks! a favor of mo." the ridesiiKiids\ leave the table! and of a contemporary, according to the I cures colds prevents pneumonia. ,

fa; "'I hue no favor: to al"k" said Black the disconsolate mothtr takes! a fol'at'' London Chronicle. which once I
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(1 uietly. "1 have no favor to ask! any beside the chair\ of state where the i.ouuceJ the death of the bishop 3n'l '\VEEIILY: : CIlE C 1..1' I R"

I .ae in tin world: V ; CURES WEAK MEN FREE. FOR STEAM blylION.t'rvsUXt .
iter of Didaiul. hut I liter of The followed that
t : atu with four of his best men. The mtn dicted. explanation I

t r i;' } ,k fit the Mfrnint Cl.rouiolc, :and I would I pick np the throne on which: the bride the cable) received was: "Hit-hop: of A .::,':c'nttC'Il'i. 'H! .r. tIARPERv

+ ; tnt iliunin1 p'npi's,! with the iirotuk"-t I sits :olds preceded\ l-y the bridegroom, Brisbane: ;, found dead sea serpent fifty Iu >u
:;,'" 1'T man in Ki.;;lt even, uy Km!, form in procession and Walk around feet Ion;;." Ileatling; this as two items for All Trainsavt! 1' acolft for tm' l.i lhayon ."

I 'MthDU.." the room or into an adjoining parlor, {.t news the news editor! chose the How any man may quickly cure him.'-t-If Big Harou.; (* rr.ngton, s..vr.n i I Iand
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fount ,' ..
hHinn.1
.ak.n"
artery'arsofsunrring Fort Karr QCHh at
I 1t I signifying that he I is: carrying h. r awayto I iece of information mot suited to his lust \ttnlity, night li>,'.-s, varicoct-lf, I
4t G, rJ ,\'. A. Ilprresi of Finch, .1 rk.Iwrite i Lis own LC.UIC. The guests then columns, and the cable announced, etc., and anlargesnout weak" orxsaeto; : tin Sro: in.arrive at Kort F. rri'flCR' I:lian; 'I' tt ,tw,94
size nt d vigor. Htnplv send your nan Ifl.uua.m.&rriTttat Yon KarraDi-hn H :k n.ir
-, "! wi-h tornv..>rtthat Fole.v'sividnev throw meat the happy couple> a cus "The bishop of Brisbane has !been and aclarr-.s to Dr. Knapp IHIIcI\ll.o.. If.tsHull li.) p.m.arrlVHat .Irt f.Hrriiju6 1ttpii AI
found dead." hiiilduii;. Detroit :Mich., and they IJO p. ra.arrlTR&t Fort Kurrancu .:11 II aeilp.m.arrlvraForttlarrsudas I j
have borrowed from tLe
Cur ha cured terrible tom we
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< ; will gliUly bet d free rei eipt a Nth lull ilirec- T.uip I
I'd iof! kidnoy and bidder tronbl heathen. tions to tbat any man mavfa that tw.> doctors h-ul mven up." \V. An Indian SniHTitilion.Among ,,'11 at home. This is certainly n most K"H- Trains ;ietve fort iUrraacAi rsaj I I t; n
m :: There is nocou- medicine "o pop- the f the Seneca ..rnuolr..rand Ib..frJIIOwlDi.xtmctst"k..n oola at ; ,
-4t superstitions (
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\. D Alembet tl', 121 :S.: I'.ihilox! "t."iJV"ji from their daily mall hhow M hat men thick ;
r I ular aFoley'i H')1eaud Tar. It Indians! was a iivM beautiful: one. of their etneroslty."Ijear 7t">a.m. arrive at Pcnsacoln ... sins: n, u
,' Ii i 'l1ttiH: : no opiates 01"1' poNou* and When a young! maiden died they 5m- Hirs-I'I.A accept my "sincere I U'Kp m. arrive at Paaacola.lltfpc ': CFamous
CA TOn 1f>vtr f ails to cure.V. A. D'Aletn thanks for yours of TCCTU time. I bav 2oo p. in. arrive at t''C'a''ol' ":u f. n I I6U
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.. I !berte 1-21 S. 1'ulafox St. prisI "I1 a young bird until it first began glvenyourtr.atmenta thorough toot ni.rt ) p m arrive al aeacola ...._. C t p= aTe ,
"".arlt 1..' K ;,'i*. iavsiVThe I to try its powers of song; and then, the bentlit has boen ..xtraonliU>Hv. It baa ) p. m.arrive at 1'entacou .m. 1.&: t.
R .. d completely bract-d me up. 1 am Ju>>t a+ 8:45 p. m. arrive Phtuacol .:& 0..
t bf G".at" loading !t with caresses and messages, .
LYi 1 : vigorous when a boy and you cannot !tarcay6 only
/ L SALVCthe they In-'Illts !bonds over her grave in rrallhow happy I am"
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: "Hour tlrs1 our method worked beauti FABK FOB WEEK: DAYB.Kort
the belief IKit It'oul.l not fold its
fully kebultswereexactly! what I needed P&l1l&oola to Hllrn.ncll8l1nd rstDtbCiPensucol
t 1\'ouJd G rt IJct.rd 110 Ort..n. wing nor dose its eye until it had blrength; andhor; havecornptetely returned to Navy Yard tad retort.._. Io
I and U biUU-
.,\. nyat Chief Mcn.P. I I Eo': .sn to the spirit land and! delivered factory." enlargement entirely PelleaDola to faimettu Beaob tad r lcrc it at home for

; All the great families uf Ih ill;: things: : its precious I burden of affection to, the "Dear !'In-Yiura was rernlvnl and I had 9CSDAT IOHEDODI.
_f no trouble in mitkiug '.'of the receipt 'h ,
loved and lost one. Wbea weather' p-jrmin the raaalcn t Generations past:
'. ce b.ive a tloi.iln.ir.t 1"'I1iI'1' load! ur directed and can truthfully say tt U a boon open coaches.
'ife by iht and maUi: ? artificial li,Uis to \\ell: It iiH-ii. 1 am greatly improved in
Ii Not Ilrukc.IIardup slztI.btr..njtb and vigor." L av< Peaiaool. LT Yon Kurriat Famous now all over
; to loader! darkness: t&t! 'rahlc. But the All corrt-hpondence H strictly confident ttL.m. to &. in.lit. .
A a ':re pure wluiIU next t"> ourselves >\fIipHr s'-l say old fellow, lend tial. mailed plain, sealed envelope Tha m 11 m, the World.For .
me a liundrwl.! will: ? ri-ce.p, Is rr,610r the nuking and they "aa- I p. m. 1 p.in,
k'' t4 k# the dog, Ijvos: in a !iir TcntunSrorse. you rim
u-ry < i e t every lima to have u. Ip. ra.
,E de His dominant reuse, like! that { l nitres:: -.\ hundred what? I p.a p.CI.. Hale byDannheisser
xk : ))ar.11111(11'hun r"d.ll1l1ars. 1- t p. m p m
Lit (.f i'i.iny other /iratlrupetl; ;, I is the very ; tt ( e p. m. 8p.m. Bros
't one we most Ill';:It ..t, the S'IISuf I W--Oh.: stop your joking. l p. &1. Ip,m.
The iloill: track L.a uastcr. bllIl'll.j. Iiu''lui'peti! (i.irnesllyl-Joking? I was KIDHEY Di En8ES FAn FOB IOIIDaT
serious in life. I'm feniacoiato on Kinsncai Miry
never more
my
# lifting up his Lead to search the distance : _--- u --. ._ ___ tardtnaPenuooU retartL.-____ S. DR. KING'S I
j' broke.!
I to Palmetto .Keaob 11111
: often with hair falling his
OUT
CIs-My!i dear man. you're not ue mOIt b.tJ! ci &3 dis .ttl'D._.__ _i ___ IfifNo
C"PS he follows not liim6o'f
DISCOVERYFOR
on. troubling TRY
; You"n' freight pInt .!t. NEW
i [,ru...-. cracked! r 1:15. enffEvery
t to shake it asIII'; 49"ui.e .

i:49f THAT COLD.
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Golllh I.. :: Pnlly you,.know. *)I.ng'sbyDo .the Golds- I Y' EI63EY M t la ere Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

4' It may not he :senor.illy known that bt it tlit E i Cures h
t I by- : J Ji lshgertekdend.tru Ik-m ConsumptionCou i,
Y there is cruelty in the keeping of :hlr .1.f t ,
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; At ut the tra.drrfmt
Wagusby; :: -I>o I know them! Didn'tour I
; -'.t. Half of fucb captives die from t 1 Whirling Spray Colds, Bronchitis, A,thiu ,
# 1 t hired girl work for them a ytar i rafundsd.rtmcdica aM t "Ii tlWW lMl-'ta *. .
fh. .T want of r.-. t. As fish have es l"ouse-Los cr mcnsy t- 1R r.estnna PneumoniaIIayFevcrl'leurisy -
lust before coming to our
i i FO) formed that they cannot endure the Mamma (who has ju't whipped Bobby Angeles Herald. rctcfrlud t7 esii- f Herr IrrttJr LaGrippe Hoarsenr-

I'-V.: tu a pla vessel they are in an You know I love and ..... ,
i- Hobby, you cent phyaicifens u tha btst fa ..101'''11. .. aniWhoopb ,
sy,' ) e"ltir"IY1'01110: ),Iatt'. as is evident from Then I whip you I do it for your own MIa1kLaarptao IfM.alnn.twppylht: '' Jotn.rbut.endzampfro0 Sore Throat, Croup
t
aid Bladder troubUx.
,; the: way in which they dash shout and (oai. Debt Is, like any other trap, cas! ldnq '" '/''\ !? Cough.
'lu''trate.l hock M It \V / "
lj po round and round until fairly worn Bobby (tryingi-Will I-I wish youJldu't enough; to get into but hard: enough: to P ici It g. tai $I.@ \ fuJI "" rtiPuiar'"ndMirtiMn.prrt| U? / / NO CURE. NO PAY.
: Ta.uaUeioiJi.fc 9IAK 4to.T / .... I
cut think much of of.-II W. Shaw. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. .1. ?
boo howl so me Il.t out I Prize 50c and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.'Ibe
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THE_ _DAILY_ NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 1902. s:
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ORCHARDANDGARDEN.- More than Halfthe SHORT STORIES.Pilots CARACAS ENTERED BY t .. 1-"f'l' I.'

rxt crowd fruit trees. Give room on the lakes complain that h

.?- and snlshine.t banking business of the rivals use the searchlight to blind : I l ,5I

limb Is a source of disease. them. CASTRfljnRIUMPHReaches :" I
United States is done to
....j Bnvs lack of vitality In thec on a New York has subscribed: << nearly $SO,. j'I'
H capital less than one-third as ,000> for the McKlnloy monument at I I

c or uarJ cannot be kept con- large as the assets of The i I Canton, most of it being given in New Capital Amidst Great ,: ji
u: !Vr the plow It Is best to York city. t.

.: r in it3 Mutual[ Life Insurance Company The electric light! towers of Aurora Demonstrations.WAS f.

"' will not stand dampness, but : of New York.Over 111., constructed In 1SS3, and the pioneer I J ,
for infants and Children.
jre J-Hsht fret-zing If not ban- installation of that type, have
f a 67 per cent of total bank clearances: of the AT HEAD OF 32,000 TROOP3. I
": frjZtIL country in 1901 passed through New \..rkCle.mng been taken down. Castoria i' a harmless: substitute for Castor OU, Paregoric I 1 1-

;:fh: ; the grape by animal ma- House. The Chicago Coliseum, which: can Drops and Soothing Syrup... It is Pleasant. It i
ii> it grow until late In the Combined capital New York City Clearing House banks seat 15,000 people and is located in the Split Has Occurred Among Leadersof contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic .

j tl wood does not ripen welt center of the city Is to be utilized as the Revolutionary Movement and 8ul .tance. It destroys Worms and allays 1VeriNhiiess. I ,
r trees from the nursery I $ 103,202,500 an Indoor summer garden. It cures Piarrlm-a and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething j
: 1 :-up the ) !
? Flight of Their Armies Contin- Troubles and cures Constipation. ft regulates tho I '
taken a foot The Salvation Army is issue
roots are up floating an -
f'I me '
Assets The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York ues.-Bridges destroyed Rel=airel. Stomach and Howe1hin: healthy and natural i>lecu. I ITh I a
without Btak- of : of
$150,000 bonds
:. :M them firmly to provide Chiidrcu's I'auacea-Tlie 3Iother Friend. ,
$352,838,971Your homes for the poor. On file are applications Caracas, Nov 10.-President Castro I 'r

p"lr trees boar spotted or from more than 1,000 families made a triumphal official entry Into Kind You Have Always Bough* ry
fruit. a liberal dressing of anxious: to leave New York city and
i Caracas yesterday at the head of
is a good remedy. Scatter life insurance policyis settle on farming land. 1 Bears the Signature of
32fluu
troops amidst the ringing of I I
uui the trunk as far out asr not protected by such security One of the last wishes expressed by bells! and a display of fireworks. .
'., extend and wash theta n lady who died recently San
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'S near
: unless it is in The Mutual.I I President Castro reached Los Toques I
.. V N 'apsud\ i. Francisco was that her favorite motorcar from LaVictoria Saturday with

Write today fjr "Where Shall I Insure should be taken out to sea and out having encountered any revolutionists (
sunk in deep water. The deathbed or-
CYNICISMS.bevond TIlE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE der has been duly obeyed. on the way there, and left # ; :

the grave that your COMPANY OF NEW YORK Union! Pacific railroad officials have Lea train Tequas over the Sunday German for railroad Caracas, the by In Use For Over 30 Years. i : !

.. '.I'll: survives the second RICHARD A. McCvsDY President. created consternation in the Boulder bridges along tba lice which had been TMrCCM..Ua ro........ n .tI...........n. MW YQ seM i I I
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oilfields by announcing that nearly all ;: =w -
: \\''''' ''- CECIL ,nLLCO.x. Manager.; dsstr, yeti: by the revolutionists! havingbeen I {' I F,
the deeds for sold
.. property during the :
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r .; some men regard Jacksonville, Fla. repaired.
past six years contain a clause expressly I
.,t :.''.' use In the world Th.} flight! o: the armies of the rev.olutrosts
?'i put property In tbt'irI H. II. 1HOUNTO.V, Ae"t, reserving: the mineral on the ; continues. :'< tf. B. WEIGHT COmPllNY '

Pensacola, Fla. land. Xot even the Caracas revolutionary flJ\ I'j
According, to rough, estimate .
: a : prepared
I :\-1.. from the cemetery committee can explain the cause. of \
by the navy department, 7.5OOmedals \ II": l :1J MANUFACTFREES AND DEALERS IN 1 I I
% funeral some one in .
Cn the P.'irni.rather. the split! : among the leaders of the '
-.'>:;, "1 wonder if !:t' "' I urn tired v-th ambition will be required for the officers movement or way what has become of 'I a ak

_;iIn." and nil the rest S'HCC I cunr II.IIIH'. fro'il ('(Jllt.t'; I and men of the navy and marine corps about! lO.OOA soldi!<"*s who were underarms mrLUMBER I LATHS i
.. isli the same thought want l-r.-id l ili-ld! f : who participated: in the engagements J
a r mtion. where I as late as: Nov. 2. The govern
: ,. .r ruin.ltcLbon can a(.n>un>ht! >h MIIIK tVim.! : : during lu and the adjacent war with to Spain.the West Indies; meat officials believe General Mates i /:& SAWED CYFEE3S S !1i fGLEH1in.n1lfHar: i !

"W 'll.! uy boy. th.nis i the forty has '
go.ie in the direction; of Tuca-
rcre lot. which! !Is a ruthir broaJ lidd.! An applicant for naturalization at < as, a seaport on the Caribbean a- I. --.".7J..=-"- P5XSACOTA. KLA. f\ #! I i iALM
Mie Newport IL I., the other asked
Quit. day was
You niiul.t: try a Kitle; ai-ti.m I in that \3 miles! from Pueito CabeHo.I'lfaiKnt !! .-.
i I. ..t they couldn't get the usual question, "Do you !belongto
with n plow and a p'ir of h< r-i'!:i. :till Castro ,
intends
1 if you stick to It you can ur.tnplish! : any States soeletioy to o'C'rthruthe"Y ,"United cupy Earrrid-'a! Ciudad Eol-ver to( ro-o.anilCiiTCinaaca C [l) D WiEL' !. :
MI badly that MH f'olwthill--I"W! ; Yi r'HoralJ.'! poveranientV" l'S re- ;:
rit;1 around and gut | plied the woul be citizen promptly; immediately. On Saturday ; I I I

:. '-Chicago leeord- ... "I belong to the union." I he: sent 15.0'JO men under General i #
carpenters'
l"lIt'rl(' (Jillurt'ii In .7:1 rnu. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA r.OER TR.ADF
Leopold Baptist ta attack Corre.CciinunkatioD. .
Jag HI ba.i only one orplmnaw, yet A. L. Sc-h.-w-fTer of Edgar: ; county, Ill! I I
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between Caran! ", THIS WINTER THAN EVE IEf". ns: !
In rn! other bill! are f.-itlieili!-s children ', last year harvested the largest crop of
.' ;.;:id Tar always: Velemia and Puerto Crr!;t'l1o! is reotiblishod. \ t
bitter cured f :.I! !'al'thelnn s. I I !! SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC3ILI !
P.-. W. A. B'Alcia- for the sick destitute or orphans near- From his 1U2 acres he had' l.SOO bushels ,, .. I r
I t it. x",'. I cst to it. Then1 !Is a suiwrsfition thata a yield of n little over seventeen
('chitlo! ::! house acturhwl.: and people I bushels to the acre. It cost him $I an Wheels truth Life CutKcrfrl' Thorrtt.ison, Olsen c.\: CB, ; : :.

C' ..".\. !3 TOn:%:A. ,, I who are nut Messed, with tLlldron I acre to raise, sort, shell! ant pay ':. Va.. Nov. 10-Kat Colcy! i r. I Y

i.... -' i'i Y ; Ua.a.'S iwl'aijJE. of their own never rest till they haveadopted ground: rent. a conductor on the Atlantic! CoastLine Manresci Street, Tele f hone 147. _ :
waif. railroad crushed elcs.tii -- -- ---- -- I
..: ct f9Z++ stn.e was to I t' ,
tdt.tI'{ at 6:30: at! n'siit.' lie was crossingthe ESTABLISHED l M :. i
The Only Explanation. Ilolplnc Htm.fin.Ter 1 i I
track in the yard at Pinnr-r's Point
"V;hat makes you think she hns Charley told! tint lady I wastryin'
.: i nice present;; to give money?" honskwl.Tut merely tu keep soul an' body to- when his font Clipped!! on the wet rails. McKENZIE OEBTING & CODIALERS :

o.d li-oS! through the ? envious girl tossed her head air ftll\'r. Before t<' multi arse! the two partsof I h

II>! cult able articles at Silly: Truck!*'-What did she say? the train came together and crushed o 15- o :

j : ... -., y'u -n'f.lcan find ily."The combination! of her looks and Ciiu'or riiarley-:She; gave me a safety his Iw.iy. lie' died In twenty-five i

,. to, i;!'i;H i"r:!'ie JJ you.::;IIli>Uct If you tine the fait that LIT casnuftucnt I Is announced lin.-l Philadelphia' Itirord. minutes. Coley was a single man, ShIp Chandlery end General aal1dw c lle. ..1 :

before ," she replieL-Chietigo! l'o LEI who has recently! removed l from Willlamstpn. :- '
I' nu you bny. OW3 AND COS 8. PAI...\tUX STHKIJJ. I I'.A.GINOV '
The Fite I'rcof..nd..r. .
N" C. His tiy will be shipped i I. ,
The pretenders who take themselves! --. I '
there for burial
::?S.:.:::.:. .::r-7 .!; o1.--".''' '. .:.-s':.,- ,, 'r"ll.I; b' ale the in nui'iU-r-Prince I i REVERE COPPER CIPANYJOHN A. ROSBLINQ'3 fONH CO.'B ; ; i I !.

lli 'l.J Napuh'tni. the Duke cf (lrl J D". Iron Crossing Channel In Ealloon. i GALVANIZED Iy IIiE ROPE, A. Rf-r*+ELA SON'S PUMI'8. i iba9tMl '

l' >1TY WOBDSf. {ff fff' Carlo .Don Th"Xiig'U'l two: \last and naiacd the count have fives nfTaLna. London, Nov.1Pbe Kev. J. M daI Eg s tu4t! "< eli., .::Uil: ) lu! ;,f2.ea..i: Chrhr 31GI,1., Uau! I ; ': : 1 s

the .
Bacon aeronaut accompanied by ,
. Don I'arlns has: one son, r.ii'unr-! COril'3tiui's,1OG9: 'TO !
official! representatives of the naval I i
: Hid! at Use age of thirty-one: and a C. McKenzie Oertiag! Collectiaaf Agent for Bw Pilot Benevolent Assoelation. I I : 4
--ron.- i, and military: authorities, as;; -.ded ina t ,
f. J. rlillh: .s ImHlnr. The Duke c-f Orleans ; \
I balloon from Douelas. isle of flan I I II
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is childless. and his i'ly lirotln-r! -

TWENTY CENTS. :i iI| ii brother.Ins l.i-ir.Moth! Prince are middle Bonaparte aged :!nlu'1'has a today channel.with The the balloon object of is crossing fitted: witha the I THE GARDEN SECTION ; : : : i i'

.' inariii'd. Piince Roland Boiiaimrte.: sail and a trail rope for purposes of 1

I t1 who i is also niiiliile: apil. is a nidnutrwith steering. The gunboat Renard! is following o-O2?*- o ; r :

a daughter ouly. UP I is. uionwer.exoludett the balloon so as to be of a.Elstanco .;- : I'
; 'I 1 I 11! i '. .. '\IIIU'Hltinv-tl"lll.! :1 ,. \iiui/v NEWS One Cent a 'Ir fi-oni the Urmapartotion. soccer in case of mishap. The Inl- IFensacola, IFloricia: i' 1 :

] ',\.d C'IU.lJllof'PII! : brings vrmiJi iful result There i is no These three midtlie! aged princes loon started in a northeasterly di! 1 8

f are the only living! uitu wh., b.-ar tar rection. I Near East Hill Electric Hallway Terminus. 't i; : 1'
t i' r 1lj'.thnJ of IiIpllium ill tl1. :.lte fur realizing a want ,
tinnie: of onavarll'-HtJlTalo <':owtlll'r. '
: II', t'HIIUg-j!, tllo,(. cnlunllI". ciaL Was In Self Defense. I
Killing l.f I
Beautiful Lots for Sale. :
:. Bardstown. Ky.. Nov. 10.\ -N3; was :1 i ;

: {:),, HAVE YOU A WANT ? @: Presertell by 'npl't'r. received here this morning that Rohrerr i I I I '
The discovery a Chilean copper Ridley Grcejiwall was killed arNelEonville 40x137% feet at from $75 to S2CO each, accordi i i !

rJ mine cf the hotly of an ludlan; workman in an altercation with a ing to location and surroundings. : i
\, l-o had\ i5od: there many years
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man: named: Vittitoe. it is said the I
A :""i.r, Wanted. N.toripty 1Vanted. ago and who Lad licrn prl'sI'\'Ill! from killing was in self (>fen(1.I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I :

13' II' !"r, W.nted.: Opinit)1I Wanttd.C' decay by the antiM-ptic! action of cupper Fertile Lands. ; :
High Dry 1
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l1'sated. Is reported in an \lIll'l'jmtiu -
p.utuer'amed..
Ing journal. The mine in I
:
o 1\ r W.l/ltell. Quilter4 1Vauted. Xov. 10.-A .
special d'! The grandest: opportunity for investment ever
situated l in the dlbtrut of thtl'luil.t.UJata. : Ipatch I I r: i iI
E r Wlllltf.l1. 1Vauted. '
Rooms from Capetown announces that '
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in the doscrt of \Illl'lmI. The 1 cffered in Pensacola. .
F ,Wanted.< Servant'Vanted.. Indian had evidently boon killed: by a an area of eight acres at L'ast Leland, I ; i ..

u ,I..r Wantt.'d. Team;; Wantf'd.f fall from the roof while eugaged in col. I Cape Colony has 1 tern destroy \>y Rome Seekers Should See These Lots. \ ,I

h Wanted. Uuiollmell 'VYauted.I K-cting atacamite in a small basket fire. ThIrty large huii.iinss!! in the I :

I I Ir Wanted. Vehicles Wauted. which was still In his hand Lis !stoneimplcmcuts I center of the town were drstroyesi -r -L I :
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J Wal1trd. \Vin'i'o Wantrd.h. being found alongside. I I I-! V .. l" U S : 1 I :1

\\'al'trd.. Xpf'rience 1V.tnted. ;. ; 4rhta tll i

. (;} Lmtf'd.: You're wanted to have 11 PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE ,i[ I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I j ;

- r.1 1 i i1' Illtl'd. Z.>., etwu'h to place a I i I
Many broad minded phy-iciiu: i itr-1atIi rn every fax: of tho c raae if
[:1} it: prpsciibo Foley's Honey and: Tar, :ar u1 .ati.; ?!r0'QUSifinCTablctethe K.O. BRKXT\ WM. H! KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKtt: IK., J. 8. KLKbE.Prebifl ; f i

; they have never found e o safe and I rexedy that cares a colt: In one "at. Vice-'r 8d! <)3t.: tattler.: AU" Cashier 1 "
reliable for throat and. @y.I i.
n remedy .
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v' 'J ; ii COfMMS. ; A. D'Aleinberte, 11:!1 S. Palafos'St. OPERA HOUSEl First Tc1t1i.oiiI I 1.f S'V/ l 5"VCr r

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I I I HOKKOMONKY: : : I 1. W .vhington. ii. c. :!i..1oltwlfX1'I..t.OlC I f.' _0- .' -. ,: )-.. Germany, France, Austria! Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgian, RUB b. K et
.I.re your p 'p..rty. r.ro- """-", ""'.'" "... way, Sweden Denmark and other European coti.n rff:8. I I'Vessels
buy or fefll eras te4 : .'.".: t
dvt-erlption. haves \ l solicitor; appy! to u. I .! ,.. FJ' "ATCOZYCORfiEBS" I
any '\ y4aa'' .' I
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".ins< C. \V''tBoa Peuniv-* Co. f iii trtn ni infl agent !J I
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after Vessel Arrives there. !I. '
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i us is. u llh.nd moneybousn. j ."* s SUPERB SUPPORT! l
I I i > \ ailv.inci-niHnt by abundance .0 fcRent
: bdtfnl.hitl Z7'Sfeaety Deposit BOTOP In Cccnecticn :
O j'ractice, 'IUUW" teachers, etc. liuluroi.it.t9 i
To Rcast Your
------- tu >li>trtnt "I't| 111011I., Cxtainge Thanksgivings l PRICE -*'-"), "A 75c and *1 tn. with which we hare a PriTn Apartment for the He i:1-:1 ; i
n..IU" free. V.'rit- totl"y.o.lol"r: Barber Col.rgf: ,
., >i-w Orleans ta.MKI (!- Turkey Brown and Tender, FRIDAY NOV. 14. nf n nt."I'.. i i
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\ '::1 vl' fr11tt rooms for \\. \ >-A iiwil nun to 8O to foutb I
v? mureoctrally: loOK \ \ Atri m-i run a raw briicli and wlo is 4 I 1
.i: I" E".l Intendeneiali.Mlnt' are able of to Uis lank knives atttr and a nu saws.ulder Apply iud to I' l'.W.Hact"rall'n. take. Be sure to use Gas for your fuel. I I [ WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE +
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-- llnt-i-cn Kuildmg. I StfOl. ,ood. JI.\BOH.\TJ '
Nothing: better-nothing as !! I '. \\'nt"t<' '- I ,

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.\ M lie ball in om of the Cf"If'hrl\tf'd iiT.: '.\ .. ,':':..: 'L.t'I:: ':J' '..Joa, ; I I Ii
How does it take
with Gas.
long
,a',- and nll.t dcsirthlrt I I.viu SALE utt I,):X f-\ country home .'- '. ." ",,.",or,,, "',... .:..: ''I. it
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using roast, I'
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i r ii venue fur thr years. IIcl'.ltdJuurnlngirs.. Hlult property on you .' .... ,
,a'. tn- even at my onii-*. A. bV"U 1'exnr: where plenty of iNh are ,.. .'. .' .'')P.'''''j"/ ,',. .., "au&.de1 -u. i, I
bake, broil, fry-if you prefer-anything ... ,. .. ..
suotwjl CHuaht. For limutr particulars appiy at Partner /1 '1: .; : 1t'
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1! Ml. Kitchen Furniture I -" -'---..'- -... .. cookable: in fact, with Gas : :.:' .....:;" .I.7f: : '!r.. ...,- t I _: i in. f.

.. .'-,unl try street.ul Irnvsug.nlw"city. III.h'I''larten e'it.ssi. more quickly more cheaply, in a - -- ...T .._, ....... .\'....!_. .1_, ... .. :. .rt j... .. ,I I'jt F ; .I rvl 4'.
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. 1' 1 -i- most CeMraMe lotp Iniy SCHOOL '! J' 'i' \ : ;: : \\y: ;: .: j

o tams, by tbA Usher Wright street aif O.-t. See us about the use of Gas! 1 MAGNIFICENTLY" MOUNTED : ; ,...... ,',1. -d.t-t.. ; ..". .
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{ .dlfrreni;: ordancePlc.i 1. room REST-Two: with b"hld.11 handsomely modrrn furnished conKeabouabld ,, writttn."-New York Tribune.! SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sis., ST. LO c, 0. 1 p'
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ratts. Enquire at ; air .
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THE DAILY PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1902t

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Has Stood the Test.i Woman's Wealth is Health
BIG SUITS ON FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYORTHOPEDIC.


ELECTIONRETURNS ......,... - --"

There b a fam'tar eipr_ion that :
FEDERALJOCKET Paine's
"Truth like gold flashes the brighter from iontact. I CeleryCompound
." In like mann 1 the merits of "<.<>OD i
LUCK Baking Powd'-r Bhtne furth more britUantly < I I I

when obini>are'l with ompctltlve"ranI!:!. The canvassing board composed of

"( IuD LUCK" IJrodu"-1 the lightest most UNITED STATES COURT WILL I II County Judge Thos. It. McCullagh, I
whulfeome bread.and Is Mlveri' to the c nnumerat -

the lowest I.rt eat uliiHi a thoroughly i HEAR AND DECIDE SO'MEI I GIVES VITALITY, VIGOR AND I Supervisor of Registration T. X.

,
uol'llOcenta
be
reliable baking jiowikr can
Adams and Hon. J. M. Roberts, who
per pound. I BIG CLAIMS. STRENGTH TO DEBILITATED AND
acted in the place of Chairman J. B. .SHOES.
EUNDOWN WOMEN.It .. .
Richmond \'Iriini.. -- Jones of the executive committee,

The November term of the United is maintained by many distin- met last! night in the office of the
_ __ __ ,_ __ n__ guished writers that the greatnessof
y---- --v ,, --.;: -.,, I I States court for this district conven- a nation depends much upon the county judge, and there made an

; i jed at 10 o'clock this morning, Judge physical condition of its women. official count of the returns of the That's the kind MOTHERS you should buy for your ChiLis! : .
The general conditions which con-
__ I Chas. Swayne presiding. tribute to health and long life, election held in Escambia county
are
. NEW5 NOTES :! They fit the feet as nature intended. You need entertain 110 t\' ir- r
Hon. John Eagan, United States those which do not imply a rapid last Tuesday as provided by the law
and unequal exhaustion; of those
j district attorney, filed! 29 informa powers by which life is maintained. governing general elections in this ducing corns on your children feet if you buy them our Olt!1'110 I'F ,f "

l_ ,_ __ .... .J .
r While we assert that the women of
tions at this; morning's session, principally state.
I our land stand peerless for beauty SHOES.:: We have just received a handsome line in all sizes ;u. i u
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Creiry of Bag- for breaches: of the internal and the virtues that make them The only opposition to the demo

'r did art visitors to our city today. I I| revenue law. loveable,we cannot hide the fact that cratic ticket was the candidacy of a in Patent Ideal Kid and Vici Kid. Bring the young;- ones in ai. :
there are thousands: in our midst
Mr. Nixon, manager of Kress & The jury was called but not em- who, owing to overwork, worry, socialist, Geo. R. Smith; who opposed
Co., who are opening a new store in household and pair tried on; you need not feel obligated to buy.
cares an
unequal exhaustion -
paneled, as there were not enough to W. A. Blount for the state
the Thiesen building: wishes all the of life power, have become
clerks who have applied for positions j make up either panel. Additional weak, nervous, sleepless, and debili- :' senate. Mr. Smith received only 93

; to be at the store, Thursd ly, at 3 p.m.r |j names were drawn. tated.: We bring to the attention of all | votes

i, The Meyers' Shoe Store have a I! The docket shows up for about 85: weary, despondent, hopeless, and The following are the total number

# t, special shoe for children, the Orthopedic j cases, and this i is said t) be much and sickly health-builder women earth's, !Paine's great rescuer Celery of votes received by each of the MEYER SHOE CO.

which will give ease and comfort :!] heavier than usual. Compound. Thousands of healthy candidates", : ,
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aud prevent deformations so i i Hon. It.V.. Williams of Tallahas- women around us owe their present For Con rt'8. !
vigor, activity, and robustness to Feet Furnishers for l'a..u Only.
often produced on a child's foot byj I I see argued a motion on demurrer Paine's Celery Compound. Mrs. Wm. B. Lamar! ...... .. .... .... ....;Sl; .
cheap, ill-fitting shoes. They also i|! Stephen !Smith, St. Paul Minn.
,
this morning in the case of the L. & For Justice Supreme Court I
j have some special bargains for i tells how she was snatched from the 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.P. .

't Wednesday and Thursday. You |I X. railroad company against the In- grave; she says- Wm. A. .

v, will find all details in their new ad ternal Revenue Fund of the State "I bad a bad attack of la: grippe For Secretary of State
this spring and was at death's door, .
vertisement._._ Hon. W. A. Blount appeared for the and no one ever expected me to re H. Clay Crawford...... .... ... ....7u7 S. Special Wednesday and Thnrday.: Little Optit

railroad company. I cover. I was so weak that as soon For COlli pt rollt'r. I Shoes, extension sole, manish style sizes it to 13.. .. .. $1|) I PAID
as they brought me out of one faintI
4' SHERIFF ANT The following suits were set for i was in another. I could not take A. C. .) -
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trial at this morning's session: I any nourishment,and doctors' medicines For Kailroad Coininisfcioner. j I i...+.......+...+.+...............................
I f did me no good. A friend ad. .. -'- -- ---- ---_..- -- -
Jefferson B. Browne .. .... ... 1
fi92
W. A. Milliken! vs. M. H. Sullivan, vised my husband to get me a bottleof i f i ii
:? t CONSTABLE Paine's Celery Compound, whichbe Hudson Burr... .... .... ......G31: !
: : r i damages, $100,000. Set for Nov 24.
1 did but bad no faith in it. The For State Senator.
Blonnt & Blount and R. P. Reese second day after taking the Com WTONS 1:
-- pound, I began to get real hungry Wm. A. Blount.... .... ...... .....039Oao. i 'i
for plalnti1Ij; Watts, Troy & Cailrey .. .. .. .. ** *1
and took an interest in things. I R. Smith .. .... .... .. 93:
; HAD A SHARP TILT YESTERDAY and John B. Jones for defendant. had everything that money and loving For Iteprrsem atiTe. j .
care could supply, and with that 0)
1 ; OVER POSSESSION OF A West Coast Naval Stores Company and Paine's Celery Compound, I am Henry C. Clopton..... .... .....735 )j) o-AT-o I

5 R ; vs. L. & N. Railroad Company, now doing my own work, while Scott M. Loftin..... ....... ......7'J4 : )) I.
three months ago I was almost in
NEGRO PRISONER. damages f25,000.: Set for Nov. (0. J. the grave. I know that I owe my For Tax Assessor BIG STORE Ii

C. Avery, attorney for plaintiff; health and strength to Pain's Celery W. W. Richards.... ...... .... ...752: liTHE ;
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'I Compound, and shall
always recom-
> Blount & Blount, for defendant. mend it." For Tax Collector ) I'
Sheriff Smith and Constable J t
,4 ,, lo-I Ned Fay vs. Henri A. D'Alemberte ....... .... ....;11 ) ,.
1 numb had a sharp tiltyesterday: AUkersmit'l There are many ways to economize but
I For Treasurer. No of Our Business is *
damages $2, OO. Het none Is so simple,entertaining and I Department so

the possession of a negro prisoner, Tunison & Loftin, for plaintiff; A.29.1 C. 1" satisfactory the use of John W. Prater... .. .... .... ....754 I II ) .

t < who had been turned over to the Binkley for defendant. Diamond Members of School IJ.,>anl. :'J!
k .y r county authorities for the' theft of a Dyesin A. V. Clubbs: ..... .. .. ...... ......7U7i i i )
Catherine Bell
vs. Southern Bell
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t;; z e I pistol. The negro was Ernest Heale i A. C. Blount Jr.... .. ...... .... ...703 .. ) : ,

e and he was caught by PohceOilicer! I' Telephone Company, damages, *:2U-! j making prt'ttyand the borne.practical objects for I, A. M. Agerton... .. .... .... ....Gl'I'or !ii : ,
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j I 000. Set for Nov. 2':). J. C. Avery for : Latest in Belts, 25 cents to $1.00. |
Barter. I Direction book and )>dyed samples free. i County Coniniinnioner. i i

ii I It is customary that all prisoners plaintiff; Blount & Blount for defen- IHAMOMI LUES Burlington. J. B. Roberts...'...... ....... ......731'' .: ;I Wrist and Belt Bags, 25 cents to $1.00. :

: -- ---- -------- John 0. Welsh .... ..... ...... ...723:: 0) j
jR from the city be held in the city j til dant.W. idences. All these have been ) [I
't I H. Htinson vs. L. & X. Itlil- recovered \V. A. Hh'lby..r l. : ; Hose Supporters, All Styles. :

: until any proper county otficpr can !! and a bucket had to be usedto Frank Johnson..... .... ...... ...fi'J2: .
road Company, damages: ; *;),OOJ. Set .
a : r come for them. Beale was tried in j jf I carry the valuables recovered today J. W. Brewton........... ... .... .7UOConstitutional I : Steel-Beaded Bags, 50 cents to $2.00. I ti
for Nov 22.: Tunison & Loftin for e. 1e
e + the pollee court and the mayor decided -i I .
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t t t as the results of manipulationsof Autendutentsititicrle j i ,
'I plaintiff; W. A. Blount for defen- Section'.. j I '
!ti t' the case was beyond the city's'jurisdiction
this gang. Watches, rings, jewelry -NEW JEWELPrY.t ?
.t,, !' dant. I Yes", .... .... .... .... .... .. .... ....r.1 1_ | :' .-&
i ; and bound the I I'*
negro
d of other kinds!, bridles, bicycles No .... ..... ...... ...... ...... .... iJ7''! .

I i over to the county authorities. I j, ROUND-UP I and other property have been stolen, Constitutional. Amendment, Articles, ] : Best English Pins,;5 cents per Initial Letters, 10 cent- for :

After the city: court had adjourned, I and will be used in evidence. Sev- Section S. '! : paper. three dozen. :

Sheriff Smith sent a deputy after eral owners of watches applied for Yes ...... .. .... ...... .... .. .......21SNo 1 i Kid Curlers, all sizes, 5 cents Kid Glove! Special, 119! C.-tit' S

T''e Beale aud the negro was carried to BURGLARS their this morin .... ... .... ...... .... ...... .... .. 57 |I : \ package. a pair. :
r property i ) Hair I'ins,1; cents paper.: Hair Brushes, 15 to 75 cent- I
vsF ID'S the county j jitl and held, later being' The held for and Constable, District No. U. | i :
negroes burglary o i F. S. Braids, New Stock. Combs, 5 tn :23!: cents. :

.. 1 H taken to the court homo for trial. complicity are Win. Hill, James C. M. Wimberly. .. .... ... ... ... .. 41 : 0 j Tooth Brushes, ID to. 25: cents. Fancy Combs 25 to M i) centJUiiliam -. I :

In the meantime the woman from CITY The canvassing: officers, after ) S
EIGHT NEGROES I IN AND ONE Adams, Sarah Brown, John Faulk, certifying -, 0))) -- --

j r v.Ul the pistol was stolen had I Clara Williams, Jim Patton, Eva I I to the returns and the vote : o. .I UNDERWEAR. :

x ', I induced subscribe IN COUNTY JAIL ON SERIOUS I received each ,, t
-n to to a warrant Chambers, Chas.; Watts, X. Jackson' by candidate, for- ) '

.t, before Justice Wolfe charging; j jBeale CHARGES. and Jim Richardson. warded the same to the state officials i : THIS IS THE SEASON FOR CHANGING FROM SUMMER: {

1 j, ; q with the theft. Armed with !i -- I I These names were docketed, but as provided by law. I .: \FIRSTLLASS ; : :.

:t4 I' this secotdwarraut, Constable Slo- I ,
1 several used the male
y t9 names are by A Guaranteed Cure for I'iiesItcblna .
y Eight;: negroes were in the police I .
) I cuirb went to Sheri Smith and demanded defendants. Blind, lilnpdmg )
I : or Protruding '
court pris ntrs' duck this! morning; 1'ilxs. Your druggist: will refund ,
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your MILLINERY. i.J
; r3 ;I the pri-oner. A previous : Richardson is in a lot of trouble, money I'A/.U OINTMENT fails to cure ; cece CM j
r: tfwarrant I undercharges of being dangerousand I you 50 ceuts. .
Lad been secured by the and he is from
a fugitive Louisiana !
1 !suspicious characters, and across this week Hats at f
$ t sheriff and the latter cilicial! refusedto I where he i is under indictment for:' Try Guntor's Candies at : We will offer Sample
the street in the county jail was; the Solomon's. *
comply with the constable's re'l I shooting an oflicer. A reward of : O !'1 one-third off the regular price. i
alleged leader of a notorious gang.It 4
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qi" tV fi'iiO: is said to be outstanding: for his j 0)) -- .

j A peculiar twist of circumstances !; was just this way. Burglaries; apprehension.His MARITIME.

Y + f have been numerous in this city of I
was then re llizl"d.th officers I i ; i i.J
arrest'a eilectecS
by Deputy
i tte, but the fact was withheld from I -- | oljn0on & ''L11
held warrants for Beale fr the same i iI sheriff Shelby. Seven gamblers bAILED: .
T. I the public for good reason*, one of I Am sell Mary T QUiD by. PUT, Arey. :dewYork !' .J
Ollense, and both said they would! were caught at Century and Richard ) ";
I which was to allow the police a I I -- -- -
take: and handle the tumbling was among them. He entereda I ....tNNa/0.f.N...................6............a...
chance to work up the cases when I Try Gunter's Candies at ,
H : black. I plea of guilty to Jude Beggs
4 the crooks were not aware of what yes- Solomon.s"I,
c j They could reach no agreement,
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terday and was fined $25.; When returning i
'' fSe i was being done. Startling, But True. i THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
1 and it was finally decided to carry to the jail: he was identified iI I ,
.. Quietly have special officers beenat "If knew
every one what a grand:
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: tMt. him before Jud e McCullagh: andhave and
by an
acquaintance
work, and have as quietly gath- today medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills'[ LEADING REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
-i him decide the question. The to ,
acknowledged Sanders
ered into the jails every one implicated ; Captain is, writes D. H. Turner, Dempsey-1:
4+ttll4I negro was committed into the his identity, and that he committedat town, Pa., "you'd sell all you have i j I'EVSACOLA, FLOIIIDA! ,
in the nefarious business. As
: $ sheriff's custody and Mr. Smith now I I least two of the burglaries. He in a day. Two weeks' ue has made {II i Southwest Corner Palafox and: Garden Streets.

holds him. : each was arrested, he was, docketed made this statement in presence of a new man of me." Infallible for A FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS, ?"* j- ?< <*

-- I imply as "dangerous and supic- other ollicers. I constipation, stomach and liver I ,.s ,+* ..* .a fie .'t STORES AND OFFICES FOR UK.M I :

: iou," but an explanation of the trouble 2oc at W. A. D'AIemberte's ;i
4 GUARDIANSHIP His correct name is Harrison, and I j drug store, 121 S. Palafox street. j i i I .
I charge would not be divulged.This ; I I' Two large eS't'lIIn"Itory: on North Two itores connected by lari" arwith
for some time has resided in Milton, I Baylen str fIt.with all modern conveniences I 8 rooms and kitchen above, u I .
morning the secret was givenout Try Force at Solomon's. gar water and In residence portlou of
;i ;s
WAS\ UNSOLICITED I I II where his people are among the respected II city IfW per annum. Government street near Tarragona .j.
when the alleged leader of the -I rent a. whule, or separately at in vVrental. r
I I Large and comfortable dellinllstory.,
colored citizens.
-- I gang was I.d' by a fortunate I I, WELL DRESSED with ga, and water throughout, largo lot .
with outhouneg, located on tho corner of
1'lUlIilton., a black young negro, ':circumstance and the cases; against i ii i ii j For Over Sixty Year I I La Kua street and bth Ave, Ii5 per month. The McGinn Building, corner I.M-, -
MISSIVES. menl and Tarragona; streets Good In >
tt attired in the height of fashion, was i i all of them were postponed until I Ii MRS. WIN-SLOWS IOOTHISQ: Brace: bat i i| A slrable 7 rooms ooe-ttnry aDd bath dwelling gas and containing water- for boarding Louse. Apply fur partu-<>'>'

+ before Mayor Jones today for curs Thursday morning at i S:30 o'clock on been used for over sixty years by millionolI !| reach throughout of K..I, and sooth North frontage Hill; within lines. i I I mothers fur their children while teething, ] When you write a note you ;; car Undencla meets,Lire:: per mouth.
1 for
lease l0:
lug He was fined JlO. Milton last account of of several miterial wit- with perfect success. It soothes the child, per annum. I .
i want it to have '
attention. Two-story deIllnacQntalnlnj{ 4 rooms Afewoffleei on Palafox street, ant
night attempted to attend a young i j nesses being absent. .oftens the gumsallays all pain.cores wind I' I near lien Line No :210 N. Barcelona btreet. "Tnlesen Building."and a larl/ bait u :'1
colic,and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea It must be written on nice ; Will lease for SJoU per annum. I ante-room,suitable for meeting parpo-'
white man's; morals by trying to present I The "leader, as he is termed, is It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im i .
paper and enclosed in a -
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him looking at vulgar; photo- Jim Richardson, a young negro,who mediately. Hold: by Druggists in every part !
of the world. Twenty-five centi a bottleBe suitable envelope. We'll j i Examine the corks on I--G ;l tinS h t-beer has I
t graph. An altercation started and has worked as waiter in several res- ask '
sore for"Mrs.wlnelow's8oothlag -
you' supply the paper that will bottle of Schlitz' and the name branded on the
Syrup: and take no other kind every I
Milton did some cursing. The mayor taurants in Pensacola. His wages II '
t I fill all requirements see that they are branded cork. Don't accept substi'
asked him if he was theyouug man's I were always small, but he managed i.I YOU SHOULD DRINK PABST NEW I I tutes.
Schlit:;.
guardian.: i to go neatly attired at all times and MALT BEER. IT IS ABSOLUTELYPURE. IN BULK OR _

this excited some suspicion. I('I I will repair your watches and You can get your house
Cat this out and take it to any in firat-clasa style. J. IStephens.
I IN BOXESand jewelry I
drug store or medicine dealer and During the past two weeks,the officers LOST.! furnished complete at Mar

get a free sample of Chamberlain's will attempt to show, Richard-i iI I r all the popular shades stonlfy/ Quina's on easy pay-

rd: Stomach and Liver Tablets, the best r UST-Blaek.atin belt with large Gainesbaroug monthly.
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2It son has robbed several residences .l.J buckle Finder will be re- and weights. When you call for Schlitz ments, weekly or
pby ic. They cleanse and invigorate
warded. This office.
y the assisted by a number of negroes beer see that get it.
the stomach, improve appetite you Try Force at Solomon's.
;4 It and regulate the bowels. Regular mentioned below. To some of thesehe I O-JT-Loutivllle & Nashville Inter Coe's Bookstore Look at the cork and see
'x im changeable mileage book Issued to Mr.
size, 25e per box..gndgfn's (Sherman, sometime between The finest line of umbrellas in t.e
disposed of watches; stolen from C. Hunday that "Schlitz" is brandedon
flit Qest morning and today. Return to Merchants city Is at J. I. Stephens', Go look
; jtr oc. Wrighton, Waite and other res- Hotel. It PENSACOLA, FLA. it. at them.




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