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ypL. 38, PENSACQLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 28. 1 C2- NO 65


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God of our fathers known of old!- I; towards us-that HP is the source of I into temptation and a snare and into I What can make a man for a \vhilty : -, ,
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WGGESSFUlUNIONI Lord of our far-Hung battle line- all our mercies, the giver of all our many: foolish and hurtful lusts, which I forget the lesser gifts that perish in

Beneath whose awful hand we hold I blessings. But I trust, too. that there draw men in destruction and perdition. the using What can reasonably Induce r' t '
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Dominion over palm and pine- will be very many to gather, and I ." I most sincerely trust: that our him to turn from the accredited i i

Ixird. God of Hosts be with us :ret many with us this morning, who as returned prosperity may not he of that sources round which men in all ages '

Lest we forget, lest we forget. they recount their blessings will go I nature that characterized the national have crowdpd'hat can Induce him

THANKSGIVING SERVICES forth feeling encouraged, realizing: that progress of our people between 1SSO i to forego: fame, wealth, bodily com- '-
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The tumult and the shouting dies; things afttr all, are not as bad as and 1890. I pray God that we maybe fort domestic happiness, and seek f

I i ne captains and the kings depart- they seem. saved from that demoralizing and first of all God's ri htl'ousnt'ssIay ,

I Still stands Thine ancient sacrificeAn Reasons for Thanks. destructive spirit of we not all pray with Paul "That wo t'

II I humble and a contrite heart Yes, the year on this ThanksgivingDay If only our prosperity sPCClllatiOn'l may have not the spirit of the world, ;

Lord, God! of Hosts be with us yet, will have its i lessons to teach j I based upon honesty and but the spirit of God! ; that we may j I

flu; : Churches of Pensacola Observe : Lest we forget, I lest we forget. to those that are ready to receive the rights! of others then we should i, know the things that are freely given <

them. May you nOt !l-e among the I tnter upon an era of stable and perma- to us of God: that we may see the i

Far called our navies melt away- i nt' nber of whom it shall be said. .nmt advancement. But with the majority : small value of wealth, or power, or '
the Day. I On dune and heartland sinks the fire- : "neither were they thankful. That I Ii of those complaining is it a time i any of those things that can be won .

Lo, all our pomp of yesterdayIs i all will learn these lessons our faithis i ct distress. Instead of these loud rnur- I by mere worldly prudence or greeu I ; t

___ ___ -_-__- -- I one with N'inevah and T .re! too small to hopI But it is to be :mill iugs, arising from distress have': and may learn finally' to believe that i I ,
.imlpe of the Nations, spare us yet, believed that the day will not be ; they not arisen from this' old spirit I)! the things of true value are the internal I I

Addresses Made I and of the most varying texture. Peoples t! Lest we forget, lest we forget. altogether in vain unto the people. ; ins a of money? Count now your hll'sS-1 I'I spiritual possessions: which the v.nsutcfssful j

,I hailing from civilizations differing Very many will be saying, "We, since i inns and have you not abundant reason !i may have as well as tha 1,

--- widely from each other and from our If, drunk with sight of power, we we merit nothing always have abundant to thank God-home, loved ones, ;''successful, and which are not so
11.1 lose food has smiled much by us as given by God '
own, reared limit forms of go'crn.ment reason to be thankful that thingsare raiment God upon won
I I. ". aikcr a Ml I' utterly opposed; fashioned by Wild tongues that hold not Thee in not any worse than they are" and the fields and they have yielded abundant !I Joy Depends Not on Wealth. : f fAt

1"I !t "ii ,'a \ '\'C. I ideals of life and standards of living awe- thousands will go; back from the sanctuaries harvests. No pestilence: either what, dear friends, am I aiming? 1 '
I Such boasting as the Gentiles use. Gf war or disease has left its blight !
frequently antipodal, when once they: again iuto the business world It is that you may sec that your real I
--- I touch foot to American soil become Or lesser breeds without the Law- : encouraged; and more hopeful:' for indeed upon our land. Our land has still :I joy the joy that is satisfying, is not '

misgiving service absorbed in the body politic and Lord, God of Hosts, be with us yet, : it is true that when we beginto its millions of happy hetnes and cheerful ,: Ixiiind up in earthly possessions, but I I ,p

thenceforth recognize but one country Lest we forget, lest we forget. count our blessings things are not firesides-where children are trained that it is in the wealth there is in ; iI i '
church s-I t
> I' nan America; thrill to but one song- as bad as in our ingratitude they in the nature and admonition of the i Christ; that it is in the gift of God :

..1.1.an tpoch, marking i I America doff the cap to but one flag For heathen heart hat puts her trustIn seemed.; If there are any discouragedhere Lord. We have our schools am' I that maktth rich, and addeth no sor I! I'

\ -plcnuid Christian I.-the stars and stripes.All reeking tube and iron-shard this morning, I would say I do churches, and some of God's people I row-the wealth, the joy that is thus 1 j ji

i 11! ume; an entering'MI Have One God .\valiant dust that builds on dust not underestimate the seriousness of through deeper conviction of their dependence -i bestowed depends not upon the wealth, t!' I

And guarding; calls not Thee to guard your reverses but I congratulate you upon Him have been brought position or place that you hold in the ., .
< n the way fori And the iconoclasm of the day we For frantic boast and foolish word, Ih'e'in such nearer to Him. '
that 'you a country of world-for just as there is nothing in ; ) r
:i unity but for-unity celebrate is manifest in another direction The mercy on Thy people, Lord: retrieve 'i -
tesources and opportunities to A Richer Pearl Than Earthly Wealth the world that could purchase or win
too. Along with the spectre of I
;.at "glorious Christian national social your fortunes. We have great reasonto Yes many will go back from the for us this gift, so is it bestowed upon : ..it 1
unity dependent on
i L mntvs in Christian unity it would inter another whose Congregation and choir then joined : be thankful that we live in America church into the world again thankful I all alike; to the humblest and the
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-.tl Christian culture. chattering, ante-dating Babylon and in singing "America" so heartily and for I say to you this morning thatif that things are not only not any worse weakest; to the richest and the poorest

Assyria at least has not yet ceasedto unanimously as to make the beautiful there is any nation on the face of than they are, but that they are as wellas ; to the peasant and the philosopher 1
or woman present ,
: .in edifice with its Christlike the earth that has reason to render and for the la
frighten in of the ring melody they are- encouraged there is no difference; one i I
u.>ud by the portennuruomt'nt men some parts and Then Rev. It thanks unto God for His goodness and with this of '
globe. That national vitality is determined patriotism. Lynn future. But, many spirit no richer than the other, except 33 I leach
: so sit this de- Walker preached the following eloquent special watch that nation is our i thankfulness will: be only temporary. appropriate more to himself the ;
by religious unity day
< i i tllkl: fraternity nies. Here and now in this house of and able sermon, and the entire own. See what a country Is this of Not that it was not genuine at the blessings! that accompany the gift of f
Gentiles : corgregation paid him the very hincompliro'nt ours. How vast is its domain! It is time, !but the mind soon becomes ab- salvation the blessings of love, oCpurity ,
How and Gllo!. of different religious
mean
i L in of close and interested attention said that founders of Lynn, Mass., soibed again with the old perplexing ; righteousness and goodness, ; 1
to
persuasion join thanksgiving I
i.,u row prejudices the gracious God! whose blessings havebeen throughout: after exploiting ten or fifteen miles question of ways and means, and of contentment, patience and joy. i i

,.. \ keep them showered upon the nation of Rev. Lynn R, Walker's Sermon. doubted whether the country was good whatever we may say as to our reasons -I Jesus is perfect master of human r j jI
for anything further west than tha. thankfulness that and i !
'duud to be for things are | heart ; knows its'er experience II i iI
which they are a part, and with: them Text-They ate without excuse because
Vastness of Our Country. as welj as they are, certain it is affairs I jean satisfy its everylonging, and it :: ,, i lot
mirabile u'ictu-behold the Jew. The that when they knew God, they '
A) :burn Seminary, where 1 took my with some are not as they have b eD. I jis ills inward presence apprehended ; ,
differences between men, the idiosyncrasies glorified Him not as God, neither even
'ii: mist, had character begot theoiogical course, was founded in The business world has its realities by faith that revives the soul continu- 1
of thought and thankful. Uomans 1:2021.In .
:.;..irttie! 1S19! in Central New York, in the interests business is dull-hills are to pay- I, all)'. J ,
of heredity: environment and treat the president's proclamation thereis '
of what was then our great and for the future is uncertain. i
.. u i all the ment, are minimized! this day; their a recognition of God in a way I do some ;i{ Christ Remains Forever. 1
west But from Lynn, from Auburn, and there is not a man who has a
i. ,>' sented, resemblance between men. the human not remember to have seen in many j "Ix'arn," says the devout a'Kempis,
W" 1'."e westward, westward, drop of the milk of human kindness .
gone
.. I tlianks." ity common to them all is emphasized ot .er. In calling upon the people to the i "Lf'8rn to despise outward things, and l
tlie Mississippi, across in his heart who does not sympathize
The God of the universe anti not of give thanks unto Almighty! God for across !Ito give thyself to things inward, and ,; I
t Pala- Hackies, onward to the golden gate.It with the men of business who. are dis- i
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sets is enthroned on high. Men the temporal' blessings that have come 'thou shalt perceive the kingdom of 1
is bnly by comparison that the im- couraged. We would give them our
i. t :I' ad the actualize on civil grounds what they to us as a nation lIe at the same God to become Into thep. Christ will I j
I mensity of our domain can be realized. sympathy wo would. give them wordsof #
..u ,,. 1 that only preach on religious; we all in Directs our thoughts 1 to Him.l: as the come unto thee, and show thee Ilia I
Leaving out our land possessions and cheer, we wouldbid them be encouraged i
1 truth have but one Father, one God, fountain of spiritual life, and urges own consolation if thou prepare for I' ,1 1Ihrm
,' "thanks. Alaska, we have given us such a comparison and hope for the future, and 1 I II
indeed, hath created us all. the nation to strive for spiritual: and a worthy mansion within thee. ; I \
1 l l'- .. showing that our area "is today paradoxical it seem I
choir i as as may I
moral Those two notes' will often visiteth '
uplifting. The inward man he ;
Freedom.It
Not Always Religious equal to thct of Great Britain and Ireland we would 1 declare to them that they I 1
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i i ra > My characterize the sermon I have been .and hath with him sweet discourses,
was not always so. Though the Norway, Sweden. Denmark, Germany may be rich. Yes, that thay may today I ;: J
t" : ; .' ,0 jiaHor of appointed to preach this morning. pleasant solace, much 'peace, familiarity i'
state was religionized it's only recently Austria. Holland Belgium, come into possession of a pear! : I
Thanks unto God for the temporal wonderful. Give
exceeding th're'j
I" : I'-'n made an that religion has been secularized.Men France, Spain Portugal, Switzerland, of greater price than the wealth of
blessings: that have come to us. a fore admittance unto Christ for when i 1
> :.t j>r i ut thanks. thought, for long. that church and Italy, Greece Turkey, Palestine Japan the world would be able to buy. If ,
people during! the year, and yet recognizing : thou hast Christ, thou art rich and ; I
state were co-terminous and i identical. and China Not only are we thou only knewest the gift of God t
proper. '
LI) It : .fed to the ; the higher; truth that the onlyreal hast enough He will be they faithful : .
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The individuals in power. alone it an equal in territory to all these conn- in the midst of thy heaviness, thou :i' ,
1 :' ,'"ID:; indicated iu satisfaction to man is in spiritual and provident helper in all things, so
crowned and sceptered combined, but have with
seemed were tries we every mightest rejoice a joy un pl'ak-
life that has its source in God the that thou shall not need! to trust in ;
.imation, thanked sovereigns nf themselves. All dissenters variety of climate sod, soil embracedby able. :
giver of all good.Should men. For men soon change and quickly 'I I r
';.ul( ruler, and with were heretics, demons vassals in them. With such a domain embkcing Living Without Knowing God.
fail ; but Christ remaineth forever, I'
thought and belief. To harbor a new Praise God. such fertility of soil and variety with the
lint know Him not
pressed gratitude we and staudeth bus firmly unto the "
thought not sanctioned by the state, Everything was created by the powerof of climate, our agr l'lIltliralllossi. hearing of the! ear we have heard of end." ;

-overnmeLt under seemed treason: the rock and stake God and by His power is preserved. bilities are illimitable. Instead; of sup the gift that came down from God, but ; !

-ration.' Rev. \\'. stocks and. guillotine, even yellow Bit only kings!; endowed with intelligence porting our seventy-five million people we live unconscious of our vast possessions The Eternal Inheritance. .

governor's! proc badge and special tax, was the penalty I !: are able to recognize God as it is capable of supporting a 1.MiO.OrtO.- of our illimitable! wealth. In I Don't you see and seeing won't wo ; I II

'I"!' choir sang the for believing other than that what the Creator and Preserver. Thus 000.( Our mineral resources can not our adversities, in our distresses, I all more earnestly endeavor to realize 1

I the state ordained. But things here, I they alone are capable of realizing be estimated. Our mountains are_ not where we are set king our joy in in our own lives that which has been t I

I/,1 of Sabbath from I I at least are changed, so this day their dependence upon Him, and they only vast storehouses of coal and iron earthly possessions anl are repining I lee experience of the devout of all :

.. the pastor of the would have us realize. If men. as alone can, under acts of homage to'' but they are rich in the precious because they seem to be growing less J ages that our real peace and joy must i : I''
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!III< .1 1 Rabbi Samuel Koch, religionists, cannot agree, men as citizens Him. in whom they live and work and ml tals. Several of our states could rather than greater, one is constantly be from within, that it is the possession !
can. Though religions dilTl i', religion have their being. The beasts the of God in tnt t' i
:iple; Ik'th! -El, who made : of supply the whole world with iron for our side saying "if thou knewestthe of Christ, the gift _
is one. It i is because of tintenets fields under the presence of their years anti our coal fields are sufficientto Iby, gift of God and Who it is that heart? i I' / I
and elo- ;
impassioned of religion! common to religions.that Cn'ator.turn by instinct to the sourcesof supplythe world for centuries. As speaks to thee but like the womanof Why dear friends, is it that our ,

i oninianding the instant I men of all creeds! give religions supplyflunished by the creator; one sa 's. "A country possessing so Samaria, we know not in whose affections are so much tied to the ,: I ,!

1 :::congregation and! significance to a secular day Surelyin but there is no recognition of the wis many raw materials, and so abundantly presfnce we stand, and because we things; of this world ? Why count human

ly throughout : a nation big enough! to endure us dom and goodness by which their supplied with coal, wood, and know Him not, the nearness of His gifts: and acquisitions superior to ff I f I

all we should be able to endure one necessity arc relieved. It is assuredfor waterways and railways, os naturally presence we do not realize the possibilities the gift of God as the source of our : ,! i j

--EI I Koch's Address another. Toleration is the revelationof man in the moral nature which fitted to become a great manufacturing I within our reach. We an 'people and business. Why brood. "i' P

MMHnuous life dazzles the day we ceh-brate. qualifies him for so high a function. nation. Then the diversity of longing we are thirsting for some I land waste our time in repining over !': r

iihticl/, us. For all its in- Confidence in Nation to render this worship. But how much territory, climate nature of the soil I( satisfying joy. Like the crew tha loss of earthly inheritances whenwe ,J

:i'lf-cination. man still re- And this great good will within is I worse than beasts of the field are and variety of the; products give the was perishing from thirst, though remember that we haan 'I.

--Mtv of his manhood, pre- paralleled/ by a position of dignity many men: for "Thp are without ex- country the greatest expensive powerin surrounded by the fresh waters of the heavenly inheritance as the gift of I ; '';I

i-jIISU'S! of his origin. abroad. It i is not a thing of accidentthat {'US", because that when thkne\\' the direction of manufacturing Amazon river that penetrated far into God incorruptable and undefiled, and II' 'I,
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a nation attains distinction and I God. as the giver of all their blessings while already we have won the first that fadeth not away? i ,
of the
'h i !In- Mesh be weak, so the salt waters ocean, so we. I i r
1 :N willing: The air may be returns it. Neither mere cAI'auof : "they glorified him not neither rani as a manufacturing people.) But surrounded on all hands I by God and Here at the I011li.st we can possess j l. I

>d l with: notes and bonds, and territory nor wealth! of resources insures I'1' were thankful." It is the nature of not only have we reason to thank God upheld by Him, and living in him, yet nothing but for a little space. When !i I' r; I
a' man to be ungrateful enjoy the I of the pulse beats slack, and the breath ; : .
,1",1! noartgages-the forms ofit nations perpetuity. Righteousness : for the possibilities our country do not know it. and refrain from dip- 1y I
nii\ indeed, he heavy with I alone ultimately triumphs. Morality blessings: which a gracious God! bestows and for the great future that awaits ping our buckets and drawing out of comes quick and fast, when the throbs ; i I ,

.tin! di\idends.u and profits and I alone conserves. The records ofAssyria as a matter of course, and to us. but we have abundant reason to his life-giving fullness. Ah, dear of the ever restless heart grows .

rid I altks-tbl'> kinds of in- and Babylon: of Persia and murmur when they are withdrawn. I I I be thankful for the blessings we now friends we go through life weighed fainter as an admonition that soon it i I ),

UK! all nf these may aggravatetor Parthia. of Egypt and Rome, tell us trust however, that on this day the ,, possess. down by our duties and burdens, heavyof will at last be still, then all that is t! 4,' t ;

U"M! :and whet our ambi- this ; at the graves Alexander ar.d heartfelt praises of very many of God's Blessings We Now Possess. heart and wearyof sin. unconscious earthly fades and vanishes from before I'i > I :

in empiii' of lucre, but none Mohamet and Napoleon the discerning people will ascend unto him and that Compare wages and the expense of the nearness of Christ and the fullness the eyes grown!; dim. Here, towhatever f ; ,

I au either eripplo or stunt I spirit hears the requiem of the agl's01 : the worshiping people of the Lord will of living to those of other of His joy. Whatever we may we may he heirs, we must 'i' :' I ;

i xkeep clean hands and a | ":\ i'.v might nor yet by power, but pour forth their glad thanksgivingsfor : nations and everything seemingly is exclaim with our lips our lives are soon part with the inheritance, there ; : II

I i" character unblemished. I I.by m\ spirit, saith the Lord." Truth. the unmerited mercies He has soabundantly in favor of our people. !In the United not an expression of this halelujah of it will be eternal. i't'

tarnished, ideal undefiled. justice. i-ace. ate the supporting! pillars showered down upon us. States higher wages and cheaper) liv- Paul. "Thanks be unto God for His Thanks be unto God for all His ,, ; r?:

Id! here and there excepted of the world said the rabbis of Should Not Fail in Grat.tude. ing. The truth is that while many unspeakable gift!!" Words have no mercies toward us, and let I all the people t "1'
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1 generosity of men, nor old. It is because our nation endeavors My I brethren, this day is a day of are complaining of hard times the meaning if they awaken no responsein say. Thanks lie unto Gad for the ; 1

: .itions apotheosize sheer to embody these principles inaction i diep meaning and significance!: in our majority of the complainers are eating the heart: if they gain not the assent victory through our lord Jesus Christ. .11 l ?. J I
that it has the devotion! of its I If this be the spirit it will not te said i !I
> however fat Mammon : natural life. Since God is the giverof too much and wasting too much. of the will. If \\'1'e nothiht i !
t 1" 'h. so Ions as God's In citizens the good will of its contemporaries i: all good gifts and yet since man i is Economy would be the best financial I and cheerful lives there is no of you, "neithei were they thankful." I i

,.I: d! in the human heart : it is because she has diverted ;'! so prone to ingratitude, it is meet thata I measure this country could adopt. reality in our thanksgiving!:; or. thoughin The choir then sang the musical 1 ,

11 Mtorld.i Our nation from these principles, but seldom in'' day should be Set apart in which And we hear much complaint about a gl'neralay we acknowledge; God gem; the "Pilgrims' Chorus from I. 'i'\ i :

.1 !v, strong industrial- the past, that men tare confident of may recount the blessings and taxation but the truth is it is lighter as the giver of all good at least it Lomfadei. A collection was taken up, i I i
her future bender Him in anotht'r of great nations.Ah be said live "having no which it bad been agreed should be
M :!i'M :all)'; its treasuryc unto the Giver, the glad: than our must we
Real Measure of Nation's of this is God's favored land! thought of God's belief that equally divided between the Woman'sHome. ji'
are full; in Strength. thanksgivings: grattftil hearts. Andso surely I !: gift no ,
For this high seriousness conduct The national of our country Eternal is with of deep Orphans' Home and the United i iM > ;
i" :n literature and cul- in ; to-day we, as a nation, have at .the progress the us a spring "
i.i'ej, no peer. Hut the.r for the liberal, fraternal spirit withinas call of the chief; magistrate of our I' has been phenomenal and is wholly communicate to us a spring of deep Charities. The result, as announced e ;

natiiin is not haughty, for our enviable! status abroad; for country, the governor of our state I without parallel in the history of the and ever flowing joy" later, was unique. For the first timo :

> "fty.! Not my strength the material things and the things of and the mayor of our city, gathered to I world. From 1S70 to 1S!>0 our wealth The Gifts of God. in the experience of the gentlemen ;1 I It i

\ of mine arm hath pot the spirit with which we have been observe a day of thanksgiving unto I increased $31.320.000,000. and though Must it not be said that worldly who counted! it.there were thirty-nine I

," -. Mindfulness of God favored abundantly, we may well be Almighty God for all his manifold I the youngest of the nations it is today possessions, human gifts, inheritanceand even dollars! each object receiving an ,, ,{

nf the day we celebrate. I thankful this dayhut not in words mercies unto us as a people during the the richest upon the face of the acquisitions are first in our even thirteen dollars, which ought to is r

1 ; i'ple of some three score i lor songs alone should we express our year that has closed with the gather earth. From 18SO to ISO! the wealth heart's affections not that we tan emphasize the fact that thirteen Is, 1 :

.. ': irk are either in the thankfulness; our deeds should speak ing of the harvests. Thousands upon increased nearly $13.000.000,000. Such ever hope not to feel reverses not in fact quite a lucky number. !e, r ,

,': :as whose sun of pros- I God's praise. "Our bearing towards our thousands will be gathered in the various noticeable progress could not be wholly that we are to leave undone anythingthat Itev. Mr. Dannelly, in a brief but '

-'I I in the heavens, bows in neighbors, our faithfulness in every i churches-some, even ungrateful a blessing. It must inevitably lead, I is honest and right to prevent carnest'ay, told of the destitute ; I j

-' and prayer, before thet i sphere of duty, our compassion with considering no doubt in a year of their as it undoubtedly has, with many to their coming, but when all has been families within his knowledge, and i j

.> t'n verse, the sustainer 1 1 the suffering and -our patience under financial distress, or trials and sor- monemonism a race for money-to done and yet they come and with their asked for a portion of what would be :

-,' bounteous goodness enht'm ; trial!, should testify to our gratitude." rows for what they should be grateful.But luxurious living and worship of the coming we spend our tiDe in useless left over from the dinner of those pres. i'

[ as the ocean some lit I The real measure of a nation's strengthi others there are wha will gatherin "almighty dollar." I doubt not, as unwilling brooding, and with our loss all joy ent, offering to call for It and distribute $

i i the average character of its citi more humility than they are wontto as we are to confess it, that goes out from our \'ei-is it not a it. He also told of two pale women '

zens. May these principles of truth, manifest on these annual Thanksgiving periodical abatement in our material sign of l lack of faith in God? Is it not who were asking for work. One's hus. lj .

United America. justice, peace, that have conserved our Days because they recognize in progress would be blessings in disguise evidence that we know not the gift of band has deserted her and her baby; I

'v celebrate is in a meas- nation be embodied by us in action their reverses that there is a power : to our country. Materialism is God, which, if only known, under all the husband of the other Is Incapacitated r '

-' :I.> It destroys l the iI.om even more persistently than before { without us that strips us of all real the worst blight that could befall any the circumstances of life, carries to and both need; all they can earn : t

.> men fl ntlle It is j If we live these principles individually, ownership and how little we can call people. Any nation affected with this each a sense of his love; Inspires with Everybody united in singing the doi- '
.'I! .if th>> contention that then the God has disease must decay and ultimately oloey "Dismiss( us" to grand "Old Hundred ,I
nation that represents us col. anything our own. taught per hope and holy impulses, because "it "
.ii national greatness.: loctiv.'y cannot but go from strengthto them by the many failures and distresses ish. brings God to us-His love to our and Rev. Mr. Jones pronouncedthe 1

''I': IIt'ndelln social str.-ngth That it do this that its c I i of how with all our boasted { The Root of Evil hearts. "What then" asks one. and I benediction. 4 r 1

"f our c'tizenship 'glory] mcreasi its prestige expand, strength and wisdom we are entirely II Love of money is still the root ] would ask it with him. "what then 4 +

most distant lands should be our wish aim j'I I dependent Ills continual favor teach to know this gift
our our hope. upon of evil "They that will be rich, fall ,can a man Hubjcrlbe for TUB SEWS; lOc per week.I 1 i


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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 1902



I i A Complicated Case. 1 1! I t I THE TURKISH WOMAN. !

A country squire" is often called Cancerous Curse

upon to settle questions which tar ,''I Her Friday F.Cl'1Irslo1l.: oa the !Sweet!;

I both his knowledjie and his Ingenuity.One \ : : Water of .tits.t '

F'I alfa ita such matter was presented to ia tfrsth:1etlothUI/ /% 4* f< t'I Friday ts t:.e ..el!! day ont'h:('
('I'
Squire Prescott of Dacbury. : : j Turkish woraea t'r"Y a !little L':. rty

li i Square" yid a solemn faced man. nature. Thy ; and release froa the ilr-i-iful: iicso.T!

"The Perfect Food"FOR stornins the lawyer one day as be was look liie ordinary sores and are usuallytreated in which they are alwajs kept cs-l _

1. I' .;1; the postofioe. "there's a pout as sach some simple salve, washor tht-y are not slow to avail taemselTes DRINKVHITE
I : powder being used ia the hot of dry-
I vr.ut ; ou should settle. and whateveryou ing then up and stopping the discharge: of tie chance. On Fr.days evtry one j

say I'll abide by it. whether yoaiu..ik but while the place nay temporarily scab I II lees to the Swttt Waters ors.3., '

: as I expect you will or nuL"trail I I over it again inflames and fevers, becoming which coasist: of a small river racnti; i I r : :

Brain and Musclei Iot' bear what It Is." said as bad or worse than ever. After about two miles inland, with trees asd |

S4U..I' Prtscott s: oJ natcrwlly.It's awhile the deadly poison begins U eat i meadows on each slJe. Hoadreds of :, RIBBON REMEDY

just like t.::,," siid the man into the surrounding f-csh and the sore !:; boats asetable acts glide cp and down I
A'otaXt X <: MALTA.VITA t-; : .!!u:; clotH and spt-akln; In a lower spreads: with frightful rapidity.which distinguish Then the ;i ij I the river. Every boat cr c:1 '11e has'' r<2f>.Tai, oreft .: .
t. utr. "IUa UO;: TS wants to trade sharp shooting pains two or more Tnt .h ladies on board '
the! perfect food for old ad young, sick : the cancerous from the common: ulcer.are Wfclte Ribbon Kx:-. tr
or w ell. f..rL.with tae but we can't quite j jJT : felt and the unfortunate patient is 'i I Ibrou The siglt: Is a very fine one:: as each I' the d.rea.ed appo-:.:- '

tun terasHis cow pasture is 'ht face to face with the cost dreaded ,' private caique! is' most cartfnliy Fit Unit lJebrati'vbvl&or, a t.cp.--tae c. 0". ,. ,

MALTA.VITA :;.r than nine but lye srot twice as of all maladies a cancerous ulcer. j i up. and the batmen wear brl ..llt liv- drankart. Impappctil --.:,.- ? .

a .:.: !Mu.-iwrry bu>!bes as he has; his Whenever an ulcer of any kiwi is slow i iia i ores: to catch the cushions and the fir a.:<:>:c. ." '

ccn ua sore nutnuoa, core tss're- c try is i all stn::.r, >i \\ < ,

buflding qualities: more terse semi art i -. .> ;;,it scrt-ens to :ve windows and particularly if there is an inherited predisposition I over tie stem and trails In the wa:e:. 34 n. )(')()r*. rrwj smis -.?-: 1
than! is found in there's less la hisc. ; to cancer. Often times a malignant : i I 't ClnltSl Temp--&L -
any other food. 'wo tl'>Ts: stones The kbedivah of Egypt is OLe cf tie tur. Cattonus wruIn _.
.- aiw. land than there is ia mine but : stubborn ulcer starts from a boil. '''- ::nt': A regular diet of Malta-Vita for tl. -'s bo wart, mole bruise blister orfiple. for IWsiJs : drntaras.aadtsec.r-: >
r> dare ?; with crowns and f hP'l. .
when the b'.ood is tainted ::! may et+es the R-o :
breakfast and supper will remove the! N> W, I won't tell you which is wbico. and seeds of cancer are implanted ia the the liveries; the parasols make a wonderful ; creU,. I cart.i..j :- -

cause of insomnia and dyip
I u .d! ::ht to I* throwed into the bar- the deadly poison u going: to treat outS the latest Parisian creations. The ladies nical treatment to a.: o.ac -

1 Eat MALTA.VITAIt rI ti'r ::.,j the other one thinks that myr ', S. S. cures these C1lce-.u3 ulcers! and I I Ich.ro ,I must tot speak to m.-n. but the work "

.." -- would jut al-out even up.: Now =icsores.ty invir.goutof thesvstem j i careful observer! can frequently catch DrafsiitJ or by-a. i

I gives he:>!ili, strtng-i, and I iir w r >hivjjd yuu say was the fairriuig'Youth's all the mcrbid and unhealthy matter thai ;. sight of veils: lowered or other siznal: tree by wct.g; 'l4rl. A.M Tc-sent ra(
keeps the ulcer irritated and discharging ;i years secretary of a Wonfan I.. .
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Coci aaon.Vbrn I:
hat- I given: \\"1n a rarti,ular boat :s pas -
ptesp.
I
Hood.esaLlizg Temperance Union
( It purifies aid strengthens the : ? r..o"
+". it to ,-u0:1 the perms and 'tz and habitual frequenters ran point St, Boston MIH.Hmsaa ...
\ Th.of \\ a' 'ati.fi>il.An boots which sometimes close Bro i. .'
Malta riceo cockingA poyocs, thus checiissr oct are t) : -
1, a ':, t.'restin: story is tX: i of .
<
; : the further fir- each other. It is a very innoetat diversion
"a'-s readv to ej.t.MALTAVITA -
? ..tI : T...'ot. the ;rest fund: i-art- : -
mat:.in of cancer and would not satisfy western j

riIs" SLO:: BY G :OGEaS': t ? ..- .\t.:....tin Eaaad: he rxiin-.ni t: S S S ceils ani whea all ladies.: : An b.'ur before sucwt the poj j i XOTH

; : :. relisiocs::; picture: and. cieet.trywoman. impurities have beenremteI lie bo.3tn.:1r oat force all women I have bee., i :
"':. asked her o; .:. :rim the ; '
Ie vt.-hndon! .'.
--- -- to Telezrafh.Her snbeeriptfot= :
blood aid system the u'.crr hcil= catirally -
.. '> uork.It', a chef UVrunv. ( T
Brjan'a paper ;
: sad rermar.er.t'.vAll !
.- .".t giving a remarkably! just :: : orrotV. i j The price i* 1 : .' '
PISE FOOD CO. :: liters even tee"smallest: should, : be
: t..ed anvectation of the va- said somethin las vane: Tbo=e 2- '
yti looked; ton w., h susr:coa as i treated ?be narry.. you ;
EA'T'T'E CREEK JCOCGANTORONTO + r r :... rts of the palntinr. Fro z::pt...: before t.c. ::. become c' :.ceroua.j evening that trace: me feel so bad j jHe can bare it ?er.t : -.

CA5ALAI \- :. 'j satisaeUV: oared a friend.: S is aptree.: veetableremedv, a -Wl1ltt':1$ :t. dearest? j jSL i U.IHo} the nr.dr- ::. : -
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1 :l." : J!.Swrlttl in the negative. Her pee:: bo:f'.:....::er. ..::,1 an it;--Y :i sad I was me of the H. : .

;: : :. r-iaiau-d his picture workias Write for o=r free boot on Cancer.: : sweetest iris: : : ia all the .....):-.1.: I i C.:..-- .

i r...-:.: -nd day. The Swift SpeciSc: Co., Atlanta. Ga. lie-AnJ nrtn't you, daring: I ---

-- %". r. t : shed. he sent again frr hs: She: -You said "one cf the sw..tesf' c-i: -s c= s t '

:1 lunch of f:.r cr.f.o. who >QOurct d it aunir:1.ble : : A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY. 1
: art".m. Sa>' :be t1f'ft.I-r h Psssiat. pr Oh. IT:try, to thick I !1U11.1"t: : ? to E EHHYRQVALMICKESCO. FsILSL

lli. ::..::. _: ''':1 r.\ .;'': a l-':: :l' .!. ...:. II 1. .: .- :. .:.:....1 rit"I < : and remained silectly adairins it 1 J. X. PatrOL.: tight: pUCt'tlD kn.w that I hate t-> share your i ij- e
-t n Con from his: r rrloyts,Wt.ll.! wlsat's. with smiling criticism. of Xahua! : la.. write : "L.t winterI ,
t I 0. r: ::.._: *r. Avr Mr rhyslcian: ,: Itrit.iJ with aiett.tr: t< ", .f. F.
ti .iy' t ?' { tie matter now: ', ". rt' yoc satisaed?" asked the friend had a tad cold: en ciy Ian;* and J.\ ,'
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: : :tat n.Vv-1. rtwiie-ine on his d"zc'adHrtl S '
.t4 Clerk spokesman:: e vast tc be ,... &:.11.:1 when the lady had departed. at Iea-t half ,ed ;,i Foley Honey and Tar for er nz- "-'" \" r-. .
1 X i!j n\ra h -k; sr.d a \t ;::r-.nc the drurrli-t conjt medicine-atd: fad treatnsentfroa ,., ....
paid! every we a fUar.JU ; -T:.. drcr tilde is ;
_ sjrs twc rfivrieucs without etttic j .
i .J C.JIth. for the third time. '! *Ue and ore. W. A. D'Alembtrte., f'i.. "
f { I,, tcdiy: cut into. Tea years a;o all Ire any beatfi. A friend reci emended' 113. Palafox St. -- --- 'i."w
t -r: get all that's dze to Wen the rarisiecne saw the new :':
yo Iud Tar ..
ws >'l.'r't i'>as wrhandl>?\I by ilrrrzists: Foley's Hcey and two- ,
doa't yon*' Molc iv.-ly, but now they! dent aunt paictin?. she gazed at it for some lIlt)- '' 'third* of a !bottle cured rue. I consider -

1 t r -Yts. $::." I half a chs i't'. In former time! no mecsh evi..fut! emotion and then it the .reitet! COgz tt and Inn;: 'UDWIFEHY.

I And promptly to a tack' physkiaa carried his own met icses. without a wcd sank softly to her m"dicme! in t"-> w.'rld. W. A. The nsderrirned" takethis Wet::ad

-Ye#. sir." 1 i but kne .s and bean to pray. D'Alecberte. .S. Palafox: St. )f aftriD:: ? her service! as a
at each l.b"E'"i"i.j wrote a prscriptioo. ?- ,
e r' Then why! do TOO wait to be paid Nowadays b.11' 1 "Are IOU n5ed cow?" whispered - tlr?:-:IH5 licensed: zidwife. having
I equipped ,.. .
-$1 i' 4 weekly ir.sread of aocthlyfI'lea the friend and TUsct said "Yts." ti111NtiN11 : hid 35 year experience: Th:1ar37tCti. <;
I ;: "won't with a haz. In which In tablet fora Can rvr b--; of references: fro:: :) : a r
Ii >e. ..:. it's so we be ; are aO the coicbiaatiocs: d
tt'j to combat =sease !eaitieiat: s of this city. :. LJ it." .. Ph
tin' the lumbago carryin home Tie Flr.t Skaters. '
t If You Have MBS. M.jit' GIDDEN: 48 ': 'J':
WSN-."-Lo1Jlns'IO iI. I i ii!I The biz dmiAccses! are responsible.j It Is very I.ut.tfulhi.b race flmot 114 .-. tIh D.llhH; St. yetr .. ,
i skated. fr traces have been fu. d i -
{ t !j together with the fact that n'wa':1ISsrlI : 5;. J. I ,n
k'" shark. .. game Flsh.L !i all me-dicines can be tabledzed. among I'rehist.ll'e retrains all .. r Try tu<= NEW? Want Colamt.:

; ;i T '*L As ;trot isShfs sharks do cot. I !,, The wholesale biases sell to tin F-5"i ;, EortLera Europe indicating that! t RheumatismURICSOL

Wk. stand !hi.:h. The most ccmmeacf i j ciaa. who In addition! to his! 'Mriees art was practiced l'yprinitv* {">.?1 l- '.

then iLt dusky stark when booked j I I furnishes and chanres for the medicine.I The Ek.niO of the farthest nor ?:. -

dr\!... rounJ ca the surface and I I! Aund o be in ps essJon ui r aDtrs ti pt tercassti *.j &::::1 ,

rl' usually l.te! oS the lines: and escape. i I ''O1t th> only! thing: left for the dut : ;- ('u'Crom waaleboce. !t: j .,-...,.;... oS !

'_ i < d If r) hv-okrd that: tie Imo cannot be i I. ;""" is the
} ,, fat the stnrj.s.e is f ark! us bat short.shari I: toilet snudrl-e* and the like." histor. .n aloct 114, and Fits: ; :.' :. ker .i- **, ly: &a u.'- ss cf Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter.
tt srutt i I: sever tmi.t. iri t's
i ; : cjr.r
in b.s "Ust of London" ,
:
fq i tt.e ; cv.cr> :in niuoh less, time t wy say : .t t e' :, l"l err-,:) ...: :;
tI
I I in tlje tw fifth o tury yout.; :::- S.I3__ frtccdr'iecr.I. : .
thAn a ;:.1:!; t.:h: of half tis size. such .
Ia China.j .
t 1 ? the claunrla* salt i Caartaitp. Cast:;td tae I.::; lo. :...,. -! :awn::,; -.; iM' *. Fr Ii j-r b ::! For *'? ;o. S Scuth PalafoT: Street,
:; as : water trout j A car':""''* unit' .ID prevails;" at HTUTsnsb.lt A :.T .-.h.-' A I:: Tr ir.40'--?! ctz i: :
l would: do. Forest dtr their tV't y :_' ..:.- : --Los. :n r : : : w. t 'Zad :;ca . .
t p q 3 I y cr sharper and : : >ri, '.- KwaOn: the iti der t = \P-t.: i 3J G.! rati:3s M..:2.151! ii :
+ t i. Stream. order to sL :.; .: e. Tc.s .t .
{ i: ttviiih day ,)? :V urIB .:.tl' ia esc-? ;: : : T rr "'T -c sari. \.y- A art
st'n:->i.t :s i\:: !:..t..tv ;. i pilr: v'Uiv
oM i l year a.i:: Y"l: : ger.tlerakf : 5 Orisl) t'n v'tt! Lcs L t1a.C311
N r } Two Espre..hn. of PeeL .-.. > of tit ;- : -i: i TT :n :_eBr. '
Was thervver a more mordast and :;! 1Irt-:1 a w,.!.k 10 tte Y.nrc csouuKa .:.-- j-'CUi. Its ..i- '.;. host : .. er bs
tlil -. i, tL-.n! : ;* : c--.rres a :ltle: box L. KErES7? 1C?.JET) crit sr. it i: RUYAL t'I"S \
t, 4 # sardonic ..rroi.et description than I i t-,.: :..' v early L-s.. : r' j:.: : .. : jili STANDARD "'El
i'4 } that O'Oonnrll:I gave of Peel's: blood- wlioh
1 .'Ik"H, :, sclle: was iike: the sdldip' .\!:,\ \ "\- .; v.trn: : desirous of l'. : ,'.. :" .-- L...r."e' iJvi -- :. : .
> ,' :. ,, ,. i. CM.! i: czuif1FIIQir'.S it: S3 2! : : :t:'
: ter 1':.,:.> on a c-.an t r. :-: -: .f: 'v '" !J.l :raiay t-c"_ ". b..x,;. ? :"r-. _i -vr- / .

t+i 4+ 't( _.: Less scath-as. but less wiry a'.so.: I lit :rct ore cj t-e U sirs a-J : :o.? :tOwatr c. .. :._ AI

t i Si' was his ,!<.->..r.;>:;,,% of a !lady of a :sm- :i'\lolY w.ih i..:::. w'>v. ':: -. : fair The Beer : :> WHISKEY idi si. : *: N -
L of !z.: t.t: :..__' '_- -- : =.->. w n.a.J TH _
,a t+ i liar rerv.'aat: tt EjtranseEt.Sbe: had .. I'aml tie T> raci.sn ;. D:>:iliery.! and: fu..j L- :- : ai
+ u 4 aU! the caaract..eristic of a poker, eicep aJ :" : : .. :..,: '. : > :'- :' ra: r_.:: 1 c : Ru....... w,,'" :: ,.. : .l: That Made: i .' .- .t.:az.: 1. .s ab,;:. ::_:r::.:.- :.- t' _. t

3 : its occasional: wartcti." et: 1:1! assrt; '\! rist_' :..r.- : : : a ai"" '::- :y--z. .'.... t.t : .. ( 4cay. by ary Wzi-k-j t .

to occur: as tl.s C'J: a..l .:.- :. : ;. :Jsr :.. t ..:'-: where ;-ilt'ed. I.. y.. -

} -- only: : anoBg ti.-* well:: to Jo: c.-*ks of ::.; ;.r, _'" .i.J: c...':' _- _' ....:: DUIBBISSEfiIS! N r r ij t 'riri cid w:ec lx>rt! d. a M: : .
tit a CYNIC1S11i!. I x. -.tnt qaaiity. is the C' "i; --: w .
t7. :: ;:1.-I tsee, T _" : ::.!;- :y. :.. :
-- iris: it tat:: price. Ar t-t-s.-
yr _:. __- is4::. :" .;.r --d;- somaUnt.---
Kis kisses :eiy pare : :
Is t iN"ir eansestWe Ml He Karw Abat It. ".,'lit :s that !.- | .. .
you sa.r ;7..T < t : .. eaeantaining! co.tents. !: ..:. :
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always.: try :o steer cetr! of -IIeH: : <*rr: said; the rich oM anti cz;:... : ,'. If parea:- ; '. \

thix .. ;:oonrersattun U said to b* owe "Wiit are yon doing?" l: .$.:.: :3 ".. :....... t:: :: i..let ,=-: VICTORIA t atry.. i* not s.:idtol z;:: : -

$ ti "ek'ntm- "Fn p'-achus\ yctrr less to eee which su.ti. I .:_ gl ii tjttr :".ijr-;. l *::i tre same at cur fXtlndtod. .: -: -.

; fti I Ov a ?irl al tie stiiecc sport she ;11: them's tie: woodes one" said: tittieWlBle. &-:.:'j .> ,-i ciucii .:.r:.''. -,-ir'A : MADE BY ACME FV.FWVI.N .. :.- : .

: ; ,1 W nts. In a few r i.N: sweeping will iL ei : cLu.iied: the B.;."I lO-CLXI BPtIU nn .... .er; t"tlld be ace: :::::: a:. 0 :
;t a 1 a t... btr golf and iiasLi::; tier p'n;_ 1 "Boy." tfce uJ man aid t-.s TOWNDAXXHEISSER t G3 rytaxs .] : tin.tieL".Le7:: ')r'::-r. :: ;;;; i
t tesflly replied czar tSd4tt: > :y it o;':ve .
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away. 1Dvrn. BROSAGENTS 1 .. -.: T :::',,: : :' :': .:" p,,: ., ,
e The wortd see:[? : ) :* diriJed irto yea m w by one of ET lefts rung, ; .", :i..l"-c&mp r' i",:t,: :':' w rtls.whtrt _

t4 two cla tom-trio wt -. rind and: envy : woc-Jea? I hive-'t; any: wooden le?." _;..; Paul! L t:. .:: i-rt-c. '"NYc,;a : F"S THE itLErAr=

tote who keep tx>us.id those who "W t' !. wten Sister Faasie said: rise dare t: :_:kr fun of ie.: dvi"; : Just I f, Eerier ffcjfeT.R.R. S. A. FRIEDMAN

j L rp Cause and envy tie: t
yI tL # f \ hen! a riac passes wventy. his wo carry yen even with ali your rrowycctLer Next dv. tie:: .: -idexwas oa H ):! ;-+.. ..; Paaf: '% -:.-. t, ? LS ?S. FKIit-: ?r> .. : '. -

4 t fkf 1+St & Lei f.l'>= .. '.,. ; :., -ae' e_ai, s told t.er oct to b* foe lab. betacse hi* wuy t... toe i.:"cs o''a.. R. R. Eicnii -Orr ft. it

at'C: .... : :: ::. ,; yea had one fjct ia tie pave P.O. B-X :. P-sa' .. .. .: ... r P .1 f34'I 41-*. TJ u. PE '
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end ; !n"i la< Ion So p. : ; ; H 1 SKE1'
teit'// :- ," -i.- oonGcoc wn < ;t ? that's ill I Pboaetir Spent;. .

ii x. YStf 4 :_' :. : ':t' .t ::- Coo: abow .1.- Cucao Becord-Her- Tie: teat : c-f a i-.uitrj s.. .-)jl was i aA -

k- 'y IJ 80) : \. -is-. '. at i. t b.'d': : s .:.:...: .:--.. _:: yatso.t& f lrr .. :. .r: tiers '::1-' : -

r $ .. :....1 ; ;$1 -';.', ,:. .....: ;:.. ,. ,:-l HARDBRICK ; :- ::. : ....:: ; !.i:. :: :,,:.. .

JINGLES AND JESTS.T' --A.ox--:'.:::'" .:il'.d -" :'_::' ., :,,: .:. I w.: ..: : .:: .

+r OTa1 D.gej'ion TH Glad.nse S.a_.. -=-": ,.:- ':... :... "';-o::..... ill ::.. .AGE'T FCS THE FA\ CUS FAST! : E : =

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.S\ S bt:."v,,r. : jx-u shall: iEU that: zaiiv -11'- .ism rpm !--... ttetfal"rcare' ;. : a :
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P1 .- th.rgt that we call human traits beLS y a t 1o:1 ,.,. "' ..__:.,. :'+4..
BEST FOR THEBOWELS tit' ;.;j nt'r."Z ; la aliBost eqaAl propertki&s to !clam .la :3 \-- y.. a.rrr L.art i .j IJII -
a _- rs.am. .1 a. .m 'hr. t.a:. '_ a.. f'-l\:5\ : : -
: -'' -T c. pants .sa'i armaii.! : ONE! MILLION ., -
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."cl ...,,.. .- '31 is I Get Our Prices Before Uli iU rs" .. .._ Hssts a .. ,
K.r.a .. :j .! WrtJI -- maklaa: so t:11Y: dick f eople well 12$ TaT __ Yi;...u. __ 1I.J4 .
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Yh people stroL: by ;if jv- :irzh3 12 311" Wrs ___ZstanaxaNJt -
CANDY r. ::- .; -r.- I t :-'s@ye in :iota I : : trey U:. tr clfsir icd U.C: ; .". *;l.l .. My ,
I.S" Man -
CATHARTIC "_..v ='_ ;ej.j oae is :::.y:11!. ?"H:*=:n. ate stomach; !: :ani by Pursing.rapacity t:7Jo.: s r.r:fb> __ t1 -I rift 12 BJJl -

t Sh.: --Wr-I- bare ITt1r wn art trissforaic? :hir fc-' J into tie tI.5.0" r ai ... Mifop_ .- W""' ..
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iin-lcfparr. rid ri blood that lit a 3! fiat ita aat .
Y. : i-i 7- stiie the .. .
a bea of JiiIB
mt.-4. 1- alt __ _. 9eII.- ._ I; .
mike;
'_;-. .:-.:r18Mistake: you feel Z't'--.j ail over. Mrs. ':ill .. .. .. ,_ 1 1 10 .. .
CraEll.ofTrn.! I. T.. write* : For ra .. i .. Crv.ity:_ IUI '
i ocmbr o? teas I was trnnbki: I. 50,000 tal" fit ... ..DHf laIC .. .::tI I .
\ Dally.McMillan .. ,
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.r AA the Frotra..e. rt:4 tad';Z-cos: 1d dr: #pi1w tS i. .. ', pla .. ...rtaaaa|t 4 t.eI.. ..'
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: .u e Ys-It?" :1:1'i1 I was ladoeei to uJttr :. tiido? f4O) J. .. ? "LNL.... T .
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t- EAT 'EM LIKE CANDYKEEP : >- -->ivs sie aid reformed !tai 3n. niic? f,;,nr battle.* I am.narely I law tw -- -*a-.a- .- __ ____ tiara.: ..s."tA.... _- : i The r.'::: ..
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1802.


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-- r rI rf"I STORY DO YOU GET UP A Domestic Blend :

I A resourceful young matron hud a Classified \Tertisements\ f

I WITH A LAME BACK ? small dinner party. Covers were laid
I V"h"n S
: ) -nt Kufns had lost
yoi.ru *
'or .I.J the d-uiur cbarnilnz.Th --- $
I FX. : was lm
; fortune :it.th 1 >. .,- :;:"i i-i,; out into the --- : N j
co'.J.! the
it I I"k;l' v.not t.'o
.. 1 1 I. li' i'il uurst' said to him: I Kidney Trouble Makes You MiseraW.Almost ONE CENT A WORD. i
,.; oJ 1 1fj. wl.ititine: not too n arm and tLe black

,'. '} :-1'.".... K':,: 1 r-,<:;", f' 'oi sit: Kufiisif: you wcuM find I everybody who reads the ('II.'t.. II 1.::, -t-i\: .'. At to! be;:in. -.....-'--.....--.--WXX----. >-..--X*-.-,--------.---.-,-. I -'
'Z\ I news- ;
fortune that noth- !
.. i!fJ ......-:< see jou drspi.-e papers is sure to know of the wonderful II'n't'; !m", tm'd;: iner n ror '..a' j I M.OWJ3Y TOMONEY LlNU.

t ::2/I..:.;:_.) a J 1 I ::. hi..vt \"Ir smllur: worthless it may I i'.l p-. cures made ty Dr. ui s l.t1 I'. :. I .. .. .. hi'ihi
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I Ij4J :ii. linat.als jro uititie of little I J ., i. K-r.er's:! Swant-Rot: Vt etc. aid vl."i: 1c': Ill1s'anl! ttsm .: {! 5 '

is than thankful ,>'k>." S the great kidney, iiver ] it he p-i &'.ow 11 his ;:iss with a 1 i" '1. Ic' | TO LEND on improved ';1 '
Dumps more "
Jim \ the count rrmomlipred the say I l L and bladder real estate, in large or small -
I : remedy. | :.!i" '.:si and was aliout to M'k. I:1'11 |
\ Thanksgiving Day comes round :!. ,4'ebC Xi'.r.-e IMiorah was n i (S. It is the great mcdical amount* at low rate of interest. .1 ;1 ,
!a II .- \'.-: 'Yt' pileb'm.! : X-)'J ''h!: .
For all the well C Call en I1lie!I i E. Brook; 'i
Dumps, : f woman and hover saiJ anything triumph cf the n.ne- attorney : \
II 11- k i.ice than: tin trt: : fiv of tinHi.1: at hw, 2Wdl S. Palafox St. Fisher .
"Force, > teenth discovered -
I century; -
naudit.!
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I'' 11'1'! ncur.ftl'r the Lst guest had Ceparti'il buildiu 3mlm ii I
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: after
Eat unrestrained each j 1 || years of .
: ( (JUllt Uufus lived In a desolate old I tlip buvlmnd braved his wife's eye -- I
course, I ih. of 1ll1ntaio.11 ? .W"L 'u scientific research by '
; on ? top a :
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J Dr. and M.I"My. -.
S Kilmer the eminent Jl
Till, filled with good things to the : ( mountain was covered with ice and MONEY TO-DAY-Do you need j.
:5 kidney and bladder d.'ar. aW\ 1.('. "wli.it in the '
''Give thanks 4 Furce, so that he had hard work in go ---- 5 specialist and is niinie of all: lm'i'n"altlt': things was money? You can borrow any : '
Ji':
I I Sunny lo\vu to avoid a tumble into the wonderfully successful in promptly curing the matter with that IliiueurV": amount you want today on easiest ', : t 1 ,
terms and lowest
deep ravine. A tho'.rind feet lame back kidney bladder, uric acid troubles Il's young wife !;!:Iil'd: triumphantly. obtainable rates anywhere real 'J'i
illI \\' and at the base of the mountain and Bright's Disease which is the worst on improved city j' :j
form of kidney trouble.Dr. 'V\"ly. sail sio.. "when I cam to f'.tat-fwm Wm. Fisher, 204:: 8. : j j !

:t thick forest through which he Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not look at the boltle, Just In f.-re timll-r. I Palafox Street. lu-tf 'ii :; !
recommended .
t pass' before he could reach the for everything but if you have kid- fouud then' wasn't t ious'! left to go 1. t-
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that led to court. ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found round. It WIItllO Into tu pet any :
IF YOU want to borrow invest -
"What can't be cared mu! i he en just the remedy you need. It has been testedin mire, fo I !'ast aildoil to it a bottle of money, i"j ;

liowevi r," said the count to him. so many ways in hospital work in private iiuot! toilet water. It was the same procure money abstracts, insure of your title property, buy or, ,1.. ?I !

ns he walked slowly down the practice among the helpless too poor to purchase I ('oi.lr. and it had. the same smell und :sell real estate, rent property of .1 : t,
I relief and has proved so successful in I II i,
would notice the dif
I knew col'I
Th liiadj-to-Scm C ccal nobody any description have rents ,
On the down he saw hanging I I every case that a special arrangement has... "
way ference. Wasn't it gocdF'- -Vt'ashlimg! leered or your taxes attended to, 11 } ;
been made which all readers of this
r a liiihi! ;>,n oil hat that looked; as if by paper I ton I'osL call on or address Tuo C. Watson I : ,, :
I who have not already! tried it, may have a __ __ ______ 1
rh 11a,1 l been dripped there by some & Co., Real Estate and Insurance I .
i sample bottle sent free by mail also a book
makes a scrub- ANXIOUS MOMENTS. Agents:; Penacola. Fla. Charges .
'I'Ii I person Ia-sing that way. \ I about how
telling more Swamp-Root and to
thanKful digestion.Sweet I old hat enough! it looked, but the find out if you have kidney or bladder! trouble! I Home of the most anxious hours of moder-ite. To eVl'f"onprho buys I Ia :
lot from us will lend .
we money :
when the ,
mother's life those
f nil! ri m mU-rcd his nurse's saying; I i When writing mention reading this generous a are I

I'i'-kmg it up, put it in his pocket :i offer in this paper and '.' ", I' little ones of the household have the with which to build a house. SJ-tf "I \ :

: I > i.ll.hinti! lie done so when an usly 1| send your address to .' ..,. : crouo. There i- ro other medicine I __ I.1. lii. !, 1'1''I f

? flaRes of wheat behind I Dr. Kllmer&Co.Emgt.. "' :..!..!... 150 tllcctive in this terrible malady ; j'i
crisp 'i- i j'I t.uin s'arli-d out from 1b : ." 1 Fol'y' Honpanll Tar. It is a liItHlt'I'.cUI'h'lI -'Im,1. i :
as
N. Y. The lot.-- "
..lamtcn.: f :
-w---www-
: favorite for throat and '
i i': : I back' that hat!" screamed the 'regular f.fty cent and amp-Rout.: I household KINDERGARTEN School will '. : H
i. 1 :dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.D.fl't i lung troubles, and a* it contains no be : I:
Three Generations Eat 1 !i., iii.in. "What are you robbing i opiates or other poisons i: can be opened at 3.i Dist \\ fight street, : E II

II i given. W. A. D'Altmbcrte, Oct. 1 by Miss :'oIargarttrlay.. J ..
'i*writer is: one of three pencrations \ -! I fUUforilmievt : 'safely : '
is whether | make any mi-take: but re : St. SOstfJ"or 1 t
z i "r i. It an open question man. answered!' the count 121: t; Palafox
could without it. 1 member the name, Swamp Hoot. -- ---- --- 1i
self along -
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:r vlrnsr.: "if that hat is yours haw 'I Dr. Kilmer's !Swam-:; ) Root, and the i Special communication 'I I I ':
'''iH'ii'-d| it that it was hanging r.n ti address N. Y.: Escambia Lodire No 13; '- :tICUl'JCc.lIt ;
HicghaiLton, on of t I : t
.-. instead of your ht'aol'i"n.I, in npirit bottle. I 1<'. and A. M. 7:30 m. ---------------------S----------------- "'
every p. !
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kUz of ischlcf! he put the hat on his G Friday, November FOR SALE or Rent- A country 'J 1 !, ,i. ; ,!
hll1e2l2: miles from city mile ,
one
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\\'1) hii'itl.'SIt fits nu veryell, said Work in E. A. degree .

l t'. "1 lune taken a fancy to the hat, I A School of 1'oixonrrn. I Visiting brethren invited. from Raars'car line, adjourningMr8.. I ,

I A merciless school of poisoners once W. D'C. KESSLER, property on Bayou Texar : : P ''f"
\ friend. where plenty of fi"h are caught. II
: I flourished in Venice. I>urine the fifteenth -I HARRY W. GIBBS, W. M. If"
"Oh, make of me, clo ?
jou game you For further particulars applv at ,
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-('t-! the l.ttle; man in a rage ana- lieI I (:('ntury'U the government of !I Secretary. --- 402 West Belmont street. Slolm : :; i :!,
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the state used without disguise ;
poison
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to run after the count. I any jfudgin's file Srsor pr. I '
as a A body called "the ;; >
That was not much matter for theliflIlt weapon. For Itc-nt- .t
II council of ten" was appointed to deter- "
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but
excellent runner, ;
was an

in., lle, er "lItlf'.m"D. "' he found that the little man mine who should be dispatched, and If you want a good Bed- C.K.ofA.hallfnrt or dance, \ :4 !r

'. Lord Paluierston's life Rabelais .. .' of running on two logs like they dealt with the lives of princes, stead or a nice Crib for the etc. Apply to Wm. Blamer. Thos.!! I
Inks of a kings and as one wod deal with Johnson cf Dan Murphy. 28olm ;
I popes
'-ulute flood humor !'( turned round and round on one Marston '
were :: superfluous trees In a wood. A curious baby, go to $ '
'.' ,.:il iu'tiliou iRilitlcal I ;: and that he could go in that wny
; his book document is still extant in which theproceedings SMALL store and dwelling corner
ttm-t. Lord Kerby bad \\' miles to the count's one. More : I Quina's. __ .
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Coyle and A streets, Wet Hill ; together -
makes of this council are record
11 iu him In the upper that the count came presently to ; If you want a nice present to giveto or W. A. Du- I
separate.
I l'anur ". ed. It shows that John of
i ury and < lo
i -l l.nu M-euied overdifeudeil cipher the : as midnight. lie stumblod about prepared a selection of poisons and elegant line of suitable articles at ------ __ __ 1 t
ter heard the wood c-lvcs 'j scale of fees. The fee varied with the J. I. surely find 1 <'
1 he did can
!I. himself I < as so 'I'Imhin Stephens you IIA.1U (.tL)1)i-'.

: .n i: the dusk of one written to ; : ;: at him. I imiMirtuntc of the victim and the length something to please you. If you .._-- I '

1.1. :.mother with such before a ".A tig for nur.-e and her advice!" he II | (It the journey to be made for his dis- want anything in the Diamond line MRS. SARAH BEIRNEManufacI I -
I if it was I ] patch. For {.oiioniug the Duke of MilI be sure to see him before you buy. II'I
turn of iippcal' to :litl in a rage.5hmat did I want with turpr and dealer in Hair Goods, '
monia of I an ho charted: 00 ducats, for the lope i ii Hats.; Toilet Article, Hair Oil 1 I'
lor! !honor that he was I j oM hat I only wish I was out I Ii .
.i.iby a majority of plaeed !t forest." i 11
I writing : I, I Ii' had not time to finish the sen- i ducats,, fur the "great: sultan" 500 ducats. I -- --- -- -- 1 I ,
Following i* the schedule of the J. IV
j >u;:\\i the fur-' of i I ', for the moment l.e said it he felt I Ii i government; steamer General French AN' U. j' : !

'I room to' their work he i, : ,' lifted: up in the air, :and clcari !. I which TilE NEWS prints for the ''

,; opened to I wouKl ha\ ; i i jug! the: entire forest at one jump. thc !I The Other Side. oencfit of the merchants who hip WANTED-All kinds of empty beer -

moment the j! had they :| he was on the other side, walking! along : An author who \Illustrates,, his own I their goods to the various army bottles. S. A. Friedman. i19tfVANTEDOrganizerswepni'sick I !
noels has submitted to interview.
'. :Lui' rby. They i ial. of white i 1 Ill1'0:111: that led to the city. an ;Dosts : t

::1 were *> I it with i i "That is very oild," h3 said to himi "You find that it pays, don't )'our' Leaves I'ecsacola........ ...... ... 7:00a.m. \ : ; k: i '
it had "You bet-in lots of ways. For Instance Leaves Kurrsncas.. .. on ....._... 7fill a. m. accident, d"ath and old age bene- n ,
\.1 :"''11. They i and rubbed his eyes and nose: toi 1 Leaves 1'ickt-ns ..... .. .... ....._ wait) a. m.Ui 'i !
(,f a fig; i *' if lie were ilrcaming.i : I get paid for the story? 'Aves F.arraucas ... .. ... .. ....... S:15 .. m. fitttnprenewalcontraets. American j f
been used 1 "Yes." Leaves fenmicola' .. .. ......... ...10:15a.m. 1"raternityVashminrrton, D. : I
1.\\;. -.1 Palmer i "It would be comfortable, he
I very and then C.
lllo 25o-oawtf;
Arrives Barrancas a. m.
I "Then the illustrations of the authorof I""
I' r I L. ", is who from the cZ'A! : said to himself "t,) get one's wishes as I, makes: a trip to For Me Bee and then re- j
... her a hook are worth double those of the nrns Ilarrancaa.. II '
... a I I : i i easily as that If I could say now "Ij 1 Leaves Barrancas .. ..... .. .... ..... I :tll p. m MOLEIi Uarber College, New Orleans 1

!Li i' n y, !a. "Iutlulh.- rrau-d the j wijh my super would come walking ordinary artists Leaves 1'lckens ..... .... ... 1:25p.m. Li., wants men to learn I 'r
i| "Of course." Leaves fensacola .., ......... ... .... 4IIJ p. m.
I i -.Hi 1 > uf IK- l't lIovrli >.. of th Lush: and thereon a line Leaves flckens .. .. .. ...... 5:15 p. m. I barber trade. Steady practice, ex'I.'I. : .4 i ; II
fellowI
"Then fool of rich
..III lI.'" j sirloin: vitli a bottle of wine houlJj i I some a Arrives' Barrancas 6:$) p. m. and makei pert instructions, tools I' i J
(' : o'it"But I comes along and offers a fabulous sum trip to McKte and rttarn. I wafr.es Saturdays, board provided. 'II J : f "

.. O'oIrr the la.lrr. said to ; ; j i.rance ;, fur the original drawings and wants an On Wednesdays!' and Saturdays the Beautifully illustrated catalogue I -1 I

I ; f, typical ", | before he could ;get: any furtheri introduction to ou and unites to boat will leave Barranca via Pickjns and particulars: mailed free. : '
.wka i soft mark. ) you I I j : I
I i out came a noble! siiloin of steak with II for Pen.acola at 6:30 m. .1Q I II
\ '. one is : dine with him and fortune la I I p. !
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:a i :ire like tlioes-theiv jour ..
and
.. I I knife and fork on a silver dish a | The General French i:; for army f '
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of :
dral made and future Is safe! It's a WANTED
: t easier they are.- I your good man to po to
; and must "
bottle of red wine, marching along) se- ;purposes only auyoutsider I .
j tin great scheme, I tell you nml authors iave from the South Africa to run a saw bench .
and themselves before i a pas quartermaster
planted
.Litely,
tianee :;a || him. are fools who don't make the most of n tqfrn" .._ nnseniro. ____...._ n_ .i. "her'H' I and who is able to look after a i I'I'I

I'.ni..j Drr-tli.n! I'.rechin ;: it!"-Atlanta Constitution.The i moulder and to take care of knives f .j
I This is wonderful, cried the count, and saws. Apply to C. W. Hagpr- "

i.uulilu't! bother a courses "but since it costs, so little I wiih also PARKER'S I IC1 man TheNeu Building. n6tf t
BALSAM I I IVANTED200
I more ( holrr of Hu.lmnil. HAIR 1 l I.
iismras.i a I
c.f which: I
for sonic Minion llIl'l'r I .5W nipi anil b.aut1.iPrumoki tim hail .
r dear. If \: / ; "What a lucky girl you anLiddy, to I Imunant frowth. r
you fond dish! of and basketof
graceful I a partridges: ; a 1 Ntver Fail to UcB'.ore Gray \ (gentlemen to join i i
i.ilk ta paj'a.-Sat I be able to choose between two such Hair to its Youthful Color. 1
la>t"ry :: fruit.,. .. ., SleI Cum Km'p diwmm, Skm".dl'o.t turnc.... the Pen"acola Pressing Club, 9,12' : I j
i handsome nUll i'tyll-h erntletuenV Ivi'
.- iiisuiiuiy {lie ougus (,r sue tree under I jouna South l'alafox. Clothes cleaned :.
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which he was standing bent down ] have you made up your mind and pressed, called for and delivered
Proving It.
were '
toward him. and he saw banging from : which is to be your husband?" CUBE YOURSELF for $1 per month. 18nlmMAI 1 I :
't' ,. :'t\a\s, curious. iu a 1I<' ;: ) I I I'm niem unnntnral ,
: "To tell the truth I'm in a bit of a I'rimr"Vfi t
-n't." these I them salmon, baskets if fruit anlll'ar' L'i. it.Sd.... 'harzrsintlaniniiiti ,
tl'j 1 ".,1 lie a curious, I.inll of (UI, but .: ; IQ sittct.re. c f mucous Cittubraut
i N..1"1''tl'l'S at the wedding.: I shall ,,,.. PainteM, and nut aatnacrK'nt -
"Ilillo, lure Is woiiilcrful bearing of Pr t'oItt&t105.
,S. n--i''m 1 iiIhs. agreed i I gentor POII000UJ.iINCAN&nO. THREE men from Pensacola 1,
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young
tULEA5CKliJCtCO.
I take Alph'mse. as lie is dark complex-! S. ...
fruit! said
the "If
thin with count laughing. oi4 by DrngLit and vicinity at once to prepare for ;
"' 1).stI1.. Kutmfmi. I : ; the trees do sueh things; in the winter, I cued you know; but It I divide to go in plats WThPpT, Positions in the Government\ l. ,

I.. i-ni.ti'iitnient of mind : what would, they not yield iu the summet i In my blue dress I rather think fanJoseph II I'T OU exprm, or 3 buttles., pn-panl.U.75.fox vice.. Apply to Inter-StateCorres. 1. I' : : '

I will make the better mutch of 4ii "Circular (cut oa leauufc Int., Cedar Rapids, la. n242m1'OU
1! ilt 1111'\ NeVS.Hi '. used as : I : I .jJ j- :
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--- I lug done I'-ut: all this, time it IIOUT came Into I the two. t r

COULD HARDLY GET UP. his t-tlll.hll'itc that the old hat on his PROFESSIONAL CARDS, t4A.i4k. I I ;
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1I1.fof Ashley, Ill writes : the :Wl' head had anything to tlo with thesewonders.

U certify that I have: taken memorial ; When he had eaten and i: then, children" said the teacher. W. C. ROWE, M. D. iI | AhiARGAINcanbehadinonof [ j

' 0 li- of Foley's Kidney Cure I reland. drunk to his sati.-factiou.: he said to who had been commenting! upon : the finest residence and most desirable 'Ii '

I ; himself. "I wi-h I knew which of the [lol.ir expeditions "w ho can tell nievhat I Office: 1734 8. 1'almfm. sections of Northwest Hill, ljsubject !

:helped me more than anymedicine. : two roads at the angle there leads to I lit'rce animals inhabit the regions Hoars from S toM a. m. and 1 to S p. nand I to guaranteed lease at fair I I I

I tried many: ad- 1 (' the court." of the north pole?" after 7 o'clock for three years. Plan of hon"e can f :,:
d remedies!' but nine of'them free to I the he seen at my office. A. V. Clubbs, t j
: Out whisked from "Polecats! shouted the boy at liono: at;. il1
relief. : a squirrel among, I Pensacola.
me any My druy iunimuled it 6n-2w
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Foley's Kidney Cure' somostouts."Take I foot of the class.-Philadelphia! : ; 'I
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tt hacured me. Before com- S "1 ha\ I that road to the right" said I low's Tins: I I II FOR SALE-The most desirable I' j _

tug. itUA I wa in such a fictions : the squirrel scampering: up the tree. 1 We offer One Hundred Dollars reward -I I lots in the city on easy; terms, by ; )II :
that I could hardly tret up : I The count stared after him with hi* for any case of Catarrh that 1 the Fisher Real Estate Agency ,
I II
' once down. W. A./ 1)'Akrn. c.\ Cl-a: : mouth !iI' wide open that Master Squirrel cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh I :20.\! South Palafox. 18dlm : ''I .
121 S. Palafox! .
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down If ha -- -- ---
; might have jumped Cure.F. I

All Skin chose.: J. CHENEY, & Co., Toledo 0. ,, I BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler ;
The IMiirfiiK of "I.1:2: rl.. We have known Esther Fla.. I ;
"Why, the squirrels talk rather than the undersigned! I Spring, Mary Mrs.

,, neons of $1. M.irh's.: which Mrs. : I I I should not ha\e my wish. I wi\>h 1 F. J. Cheney for the lat 15 year. Condon, proprietress. All the I ,
i the bounty ufiviti.rs to Von- took and believe'liim perfectly honorablein I comforts of home at very reasona- i '
had a line horse and knew how I
a plentiful Mil-ply: of Indian all business transactions and ble rates. Northern tourists will I : '
looked. I 11:1e not since I
.! the touriht M'jiM.u. are iur the nose seen mystlf financially able to carry out any ob- I find this an ideal place to spend a i
left homo, and one wishes tu be dectutIt 1 ligatiou made by their firm. I portion of the season. 12alm w
of stanation it I
perishing : ,
up court"Instautly I 1 \VEST&TRL'AX, 1 1I'
:I. :t uid their case is I.. ins "di Toledo O.WALDIMI !
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given U2 pranced' out a horse from Wholesale Druggist

i \ ,I I1.- Venetisn journals the dreds ) among the trees saddled! and bridled KINNAN & MARVIN, I CHOICEST : ;: I

? .is lieinj: urged to sot I and ready to mount Wholesale Iruggi.t i Toledo O. Ii ,I 1 I

.':, -iiilicicnt to maintain I sores, ; At the same moment he heard some Hall's Catarrah Cure i is taken in- i -OK- 1iI i I "

intil the hotels begin toT have ternally, acting directly upon the : :
roliins such
. Among! tittering"Hi jou ever see blood and mucous surfaces of the 1 I ; !

I Warrior : a shocking bad hat? lIe be!" system. ,Price 75c. per bottle. Hold It Looks f FRUITS AND D CONFECTIONERY( ,

Soi.c, Thought. lip were The enunt pulled off the hat and by all druggists.! Testimonials free. 1 ,

S.- I'? \iii think you conlil ; throw it in the road. Hall's Family Pills are the best i -AT- L'C. I

i r tin. f.vv;: .lays of Lent? i I Doctors "1 can wish fur a fine new one," said un d :
I With APOSTLE'S ;1
he. ;: Up to Delight. i ,
"- I i .:..l1t. lit I'm not a: i failed. : i Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon's. ,
I
' i "Hut, no. you can't you blockhead;
1 i' fnm sores
nUli's.-Juda* .
;
well as I m, you can't! cried the little man on i I That's Gas Illumination as 14 M Gnneit st.,, : i

,
I ..rl)' Yearn' Toruirprelieved also ; one leg; jumping out and dancing C. .BTCJ :JA. i we provide it for the home, properly Cordova Restaurant :

from dif- scabs around him. "That was the wishinghat IoL'tbo itt kd YCI H2e. EAams &Q1 j Formerly Btaa4' I'
torturing I sewed through non-leaking pipes ; One car-load of '
and 'ol1ba\'e thrown it away:" I ; | : Pineapples at 11.75 ;
r [forty years' torture hIsur! 'i 11iJ. to ?2.00 dozen.KNIGHTS '
might buncles per ,
,
I "Oh. dear! Why did not my nurse of fittings and fixtures, from the plainest i I

-.. the gratitude of on the i tell ?" lamented this booby of a S : 1P
any one. Dru g : me single jet article to the most I i.t'; : i
w: at DeWitt's Witch hazelS count. 'T.ut I shall know !better the NOTICE. ,

fur C. Haney, Geneva: O. and Sample' next time!'* I: -- ornate: chandelier.Gas I LODGE DIRECTORY -Jii i f

"DeWitt's Witch Hazel 'I Co., And so perhaps he might: But the : We desire to notify the public that lighting is still the recognized : .

r, d me of pile* after I had and !: next time nc\er came. People do not I the Gulf City Transfer Co. is still in safest illuminant. and the gas we .

!! sealed pick up wishing hats twice In a life I business, and there is no truth what- I OF PYTHIAS.Penaacolft I iiJ1I :
f"ny year: Cures cuts I while time. ever in the report circulated by our famish ranks with the best. i iTia

\\ w 'Uuds. kin duea.ses. 15eunterfeits. I able competitors! that we had discon- May we have the pleasure of a call Lodge, No. 3, K. of r., .
Hargis' Phar- the The OpBl. I tinued. Mr. J. G. Yniestra has been
meeti every Monday cT n. P ((1I
uSheppard. Sidney Kahn.: deE' '. Any opal: and particularly the M oilcan : employed as manager and will hereafter from you. lag atT:JO at Castle Ha21 i

stone Itecomes dulled by washing i personally superintend all In the Bioant Watiox s .

A B (:) n. X.A. 0 : the hands with the ring on and it loses business! for this firm. All persons ?Pen llSCI Gas Co. I ". \ Visiting Bali-ling brethren third floor.cordially ri : i
1! i having hauling should see him atI S "
f lr' A h8 K "i Vca .avi A'I\a'S'' | E 2& Beta the : ) 1 its brilliant play of color. The stones I once. G. C. T. Co., welcomed H. A. LEI, i'vi. *1 -I

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Ei" j> I Bigaattn ore not durable like diamonds, nor wiU I Phone 412. E. 1 B.) CRAVENS: 125 I 'CIJ H, HOBBLIB O. ". *
/i! L4 and 27 E. Card St. Penaaccla Fla K. R. 8.
<( ( I I they stand the same hard wear. !mim ;n I .
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THE DAILY : PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28,1902



I which the public may juetly be expected I AN UNPARALLED RK 'Hr,

-p to pay. And whatever the! THE WOMAN Talk this over with your doctor. If he -

)t:: JS I financial condition of the money or
a
der bureau be, it certainly has Pectoral is all
_ may says Ayer's Cherry right
little or no bearing upon the proposition i WAS DOPED 0I
Catered at the Post Office at Pensacola
'1',jla.seeondelassmatter. 1 I to add a safe and convenient ,J Jt for your hard cough, then take it. fo;

postal currency to our monetary I
OFFICE :-Fltfi Building, :rill. South II I
f Utloxitreet, up-statrs. system. Bach an innovation is I ,

I certain to be made in the next few STRANGE SPANISH WOMAN A I V.

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.' 'i' years; and once adopted it is not atwith PITIABLE OBJECT AT THE 'SPENT DAY NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I

all likely to be again dispensed During August Er ;j.,1 i 'i
Terms: Invariably in Advance. -------- ;I

Da Year by Mail .............. ....._......._...$5 I POLICE STATION. 1! I J. D. Ooss has been secured by the the death claim? paid H :

OB IUJ: Months WeekbyCerrterYayabteMonday" .... ..._....... ..... ......... :i ANEW i SUPREME AT THE BLUFF j i circulation manager of The Atlanta 1 i j.States ble Life and Assurance Canada b\P :, ,. :,

I Daily News to control the Pensacola If
A pitiable object at the police station I paid within one day aft-: -
Rates Furnished I distribution of that
Idreiiisirg on Application COURT JUSTICESThe I paper and will
1 this morning was a strange I be authcrizel to and proof.
!i I The Escambia Rifles and the Pen- receive receiptfor I

,_ _____ Spanish woman, who had been picked sacola Light Artillery went out to all monies for subscription Any And luring no mouth ..

ANION FR'z II following are the new appointees up last night on Baylen street by Magnolia Bluff and communications or business in gen >ear has the Ilt'rl.t'lIl",_. 'I,. .,
early yesterday
I : Captain Frank and Officer Bolline. eral relating to tbe paper will be lx'lotyJFI'%;.
!
spent the day in shooting at targets given the best of attention. Mr.
Judge E. C. Maxwell of Pensa She bad not the appearance of one I!I 1 t? This excel, the 8m ,
_ PEISAGOLA, NOV 28. 1902 !: the best score of the Rifles having Goss will personally; see to the !'great record. It ha : \

cola.Hon.. Robert !S. Cockrell, of Jack. of the fallen class and traces of refinement -I I been attained by Corporal Oreen.I prompt delivery of the paper, and been approached by any

sonville. possessed l by her in the i iI I all complaints for non-delivery or
!
,i i EXIT Thanksgiving and now blatt who was closely followed by pany.
rH$ Hon. Thomas M. Bhackelford: of past were plainly discernible. She.. new subscriptions should be sent
Christmas is on the road. I Captain Watson and Lieutenant I .
his "Strongest in the \\ .n '
Tampa. j I had evidently associated with I to home at 523 East Govern-

THE president celebrated Thanks These are all men of undoubted integrity I[ lower persons I Maddox, whose score was but two ment street. Patrons are especially I THE EQUITABLE LI t hF i '. --'
on Baylen street and had ,
l giving by taking a horseback ride. !j and have an acquaintance points each below that made: by sirs warned not to pay the carrier boys I I ANCESOCIF1\,
!i been induced tosnutl cocaine take i II
: He ought to take a tumble. and a following all over Florida.: ; or { Greenblatt. Private Jas. Landrum any money. D241w I OF THE rSITMOOWLES : ,
t j : some other equally harmful and !
'j Judge Maxwell studied law with '>
I II carried off the "booby" honors with
THE child labor bill has
Georgia I II
c I Hon. John C. Avery of Pensacola; powerful drug, thus causing all herd I I Jumped" on a Ten Penny ail.
been laid on the table. A sort of a a score of four. BlUis.
j I was admitted to the bar in lbS5, an .senses to desert her at a time when i i The little daughter of Mr. J. :x.I .
I4 1R without-money and without-pric e I I I 1 j ii Some of the boys have! it thatJude
: t later became a member of the law I'she. i Powell jumped on an inverted rake General .g..rIe...
affair as it were. needed them most. She was I
I firm of Mallory &: Maxwell. In ls 92'he Landrum cannot handle agun made of ten penny nails l and thrust
i sent to the station by the officers and 309, S. Palafox St.: PFVCarolina : '
;, h A COXTE.MPOKAKY refers to the opposition was appointed Judge the Criminal i as well in cold weather as he J one nail entirely through her foot

1;, to the army canteen as I Court of Record of Escambia'I' remained there until! this morning. :! can JH the summer time unless thereis i; and a"second one half way through. -

"s lid." "Liquid" would be considerably county, serving until IbOH, when he1 I II At 10:30: o'clock today: it was decIded hot" :' Chamberlain's Pain Balm was
"something nearby. Portland
'k more to the point. I was appointed Judge of the First: to carry her to the hospital for i! promptly applied and five minutes

Judicial Circuit which position he : After the practice was over the later: the pain had disappeared and

'i UP North they are now talking a f filled with ability until :'September treatment she having; shown signs j the company: separated coming to no more suffering was experienced. '

introducing voting; machines.: Down 'IItOl. when he 1'of having taken a strong drug and ]I In three Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM
in the
was appointed one o I the city two divisions. The first days child was: wearing .
this way we still have loads of pa the three was suffering intensely from its ef her i
shoe
;, Supreme Court Comma : was under Lieutenant: Maddox and as usual and with absolutely -:ii

t t ttiotswhovotemechauicallyenoughrr ; i signers cnder the law passed at the fect. At that hour she was led from no discomfort. Mr. Powell i* I i
,1 -- --- -- the other division was: under com ALA
,
:, I t' # THE permanent organization in ''i session of the last: legislature. i the female department of the jail I a well known merchant of Forkland,
i' mand of Captain Watson. The second

Judge Shackleford came to Floridae Va. Pain Balm is
Jacksonville last Wednesday of the. ; and placed in tbe wagon at the door. an antiseptic and
i Florida Historical Society should b i i I I about twenty years ago from Ten nes- ,;i i I :: command waited until their"foes" heals such injuries without matura Stock* of all Hit.hr: :

:;I_ + a matter of siccere congratulationthroughout ; I|I I nessee. He practiced law in Brooks- She imagined for the time that some were out of sight then took tion and in one-third the time re can German Portland Ceiijfnt" .e'

I I yule, but for the last ten or twelve harm would befall! her :and her !t quired by the usual "Saturn It. :
treatment. Forsal
the
the state. up trail and on the way to the land Cement, (fins= V 1 I
ti i j I years has enjoyed a lucrative practice moans entreaties and pleadings to sham-battlp ? by all druggi-ts and medicine Plaster HVE'ndalfC'up : .

THE news of the serious illness of I I ia Tampa. Although he has: I II the officers were extremely pitiful. ; city a was engaged in. dealers. Norfolk. Portsniou:' <

I Adjutant-General Foster will be i never filled a public office in Florida 1 I | This lasted: until the county bridge Savannah.Jack-ouvuln! p
On the way to the hospital she kept' :\lobIt't'w; Orleau-. ,
i <
iU heard with throughout the he has was reached when the second
Lfr.41 regret ; gained a state reputation as a command Till] We also make
shipn.-1-
: ;
F 1 state where he has made a wide I man of great legal ability and an i j screaming loudly and many person :, over powered the first and Mills wherever w.- ,:. ;

circle of friends by his many admirable orator who has few superiors in the i j thought a woman had been badly took I freight rate. Sole -. ii'' .: 1

? *r traits of character. state I hurt. friendly the warfare members was prisoners.much enjoyed.This J Y GtiT R D DJ De 0 : "Alabama"Brand.: Portland and -C.l.:o"u:. ,

%; '; # THESavannanNewscongratulatesitself Robert S. Cockrell is a lawyer of I She: would give no name. In fact, The otficial score made by th lia Hydraulic Naur I
!great force and character. He is the I made '
near Binning1!
upon the fact that there will she would: not utter a sound until Rifles at the Bluif i is as follows: 11'hule.ale'> and I'
youngest of the appointees and will
; not be a single populist in the next The cnre. Itrtail (iroccro.IIILUHJUAKTKKS .
44.
this
have the distinction of being the morning when a start for the Total 1 Correspondence Sojjf.tr :cited.

1I 1 +. f bouse of representatives but pre youngest member of the Supreme i I i hospital was made. Captain Wat=on... ....13111-19 FOIS ,
'1 1 vi serves a judicious silence as to the I
'hJ t number of socialists who will Court. For the past ten years he i i Ic-Io.- t Lieutenant Maddox.... 344 4-19 Family, Fancy and Staple :'Save I', j. I, /, "
i an- j
has been a member of the law firm i Iii Thirteen. Sergeant Abt .. ...... ...0 324 4-IS: il Ioney

seer when the roll is called. I' of Cockrell &: :Son of Jacksonville. I By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey :Sergeant: Brown..3 1 1 3 2-16 l I fc< Groceries, .< [ / 0'/

l I Judge Cockrell was: educated in the of Walton Furnace Vt., jot a box of ,I Sergeant! Maurich .4452 :3-Ifi I and All Kinds of Tp-to-date Fancy hire at Marston A, 'j' / I I

WHILE the newspaper eruption ins University of Virginia.: At tne comI Bucklen's Arnica :Salve that wholly Corporal Grpenbllt1 1l 1 5 4-21 Goods.We Great Furnitui "' /.'": '

<< tit Tampa teems to have momentarily 'I pletion of his academic course he ''cured a horrible Fever Sore: on his; 'Corporal Luhtuun .. .. 4243 5-Is I

,I v subsided the volcano has broken II( entered the law department under 1f'1!'. Nothing=e could. Positivelycure Private iioare..2: : 0l 4-12 I Florida areOP for the Distributor Celebrated! for Care WPS du t ,, riuni. __

j 4 out Atlanta with unusual violence I the celebrated John B. Minor, gradu- Brui-es, Felon-, Ulcers Erup[. Private Laud rum. 4000 U- 4 Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Mol ts-
LinnBoils, Burns Corns and Pile, .
,. and the Journal is hurling at the I atln with Private Waite .2 2 2 2-10 I I -f=. Ilhni and Climax Flour n Iyll"=
;. o i ; hih honors. After thisI Only ::5c. Guaranteed by W. A. I STEAMER LINE SCHf GULF
'1 Deli ate=
Constitution such hilt stuff as "dis I he went to Germany and graduated I r. fmbprte. drugget. 121 S. Pala.I 'PrivatpJ.l" uthenaud-. 3 u 0-11 Food C'..'German-American
j Canned Meats, Etc. All
gusting;\;' "nauseate" and "flesh j Ii from the Heidelberg University. I I! fox street. Pri\'ateJ.\\". utherIJnd2 224 4-14 of which are soil by all first-cas,
t .
i.. puts.J ." i The Index congratulates the Joy t -- -- -- ----- -- Retail Grocers in the city. teI%\ 'en I'enearola alltl1.. *

J ,1 iii THE course of the East Coast rail I' argon and the stolte'on his splendid CAPT. KESSLER'S NOTARY PUBLIC 411-; .-,.) I iOnil I'ALAI'O.X. I'unn l'ailr \< r|>( :MII i ..

selection. Florida "
Ddex.I .
way voluntarily reducing its pas I "CITY OF TAMPA.

p # fceuger rates from four to three centsa Tu TEAM WON HUNT I .
I HIP Public !I JOHN G. WARDMr. r Hilton f.OI'l11l: I \' I' I,' ii r
f +f mile may have wide irfenMOola.:,:,3'iiin' .,-.M..' .:
m t reaching con I Allow; me to say! a few words in I .r' tarertoc Knuj.,1 '. .
; trip
r' j sequence For one thing it will 1 !t' prai-e of Chamberlain's Cough Item- I I -- ,

take; any amount of wind out of the The result of the Thanksgiving' I '
I had John O. Ward bti-ini-ss '
j edy. a very severe cough and manager -
'
s i 4 t sails of the new railroad comrnigiou !-. hunt of the 0-Cf ola club teams wa* 7 SMOTE
e [ cold and feared I would get pneu of THE XEW;:. received notice JEWELER\ IN HIS

as represented by that strenuous mania but after taking the second ,: declared last night after I 12: o'clock, this from TaILtIJ

? statesman and radical l reformer j doe of this medicine I felt better, and it was ascertained that: the team morning =see that I NEW STANCI

the Hon. It. Hudson Burr. And on i three bottles, of it cured my cold and he had been appointed notary public j! + NoTE'i

the other hand, the example: is one the pains in my cheat disappeared under Capt. W. D'C. Kessler was for the state at large his commission i H jIK

tat' ; that the oti.er railroads of victorioutheir official slaughter
i3 the state
the have
entirely.! I am most respectfully accompanying letter giving I moved my jewelry -'

i 4t e i : will find it neces-ary to follow with I your> for health. R.UPHIfYERS., figuring up o,27-:! points while Captain t'I notice of his appointment. 1 1I 12(1 South Palafox. former.-.
out undue delay I pied by Bass & Co., and .1'-
-4 (51; Thirty-seventh St. Thornton's team scored 3bfe7 .
y : v Wheeling. I better prepared than evr

y : 1 SOM E of our Alabama contemporaries | Va. For sale by all druggists and j, I less by 1 &>7 points than that made .I ?llIlherG }'s Sweet I'uudrn for CIGAR great bargains in diamond-

1i I' medicine dealers. Children. jewelry, etc. Call and .
-r.
have taken the
up pistol-totin'; 'I by the other team.
"u(' p 3fully used by Mothf-r Gray, nurse in let me convince you.J. .
nuisance in earnest. The Birminbarn I According to the terms, of agreement ; ;: the Cbildrrn's Home la :New York fur J. STEPHrN-:
News in di-cu-siug the neQuINAAN OIL i tfveriiUDeis, Bad Momncb.. Teething lis-
: the "treats are on" Captain order.nioveacdrrguitec the Uowels. anl:
;' in a recent issue declares that th D-frtroy Worms. Liver :.,.OUI tfitlmoniaU.7"c '
1 Thornton's followers and the banquet I Mrrrfiiil. At ail druggists.: ('. "''ampit' See that Each is
xJt1 current report of Attorney-General WELL\ STOCKHOLDER I Fit}.};. oIdJr..uII..u :'. Ulmsted, I." I Cigar Foiey's Kidney Cure
I
.
: Brown shows that in the past two will take place at the clubroom Koy.V\ --- makes kidneys and bbd&r .9.t.:
---- Stamped.
.. ears no less than 134V cases of this -----
? tomorrow evening. This isone It KP*>|M lie Feet Warm and Dry.

1 character have come before the I Marion _\. Juiua of Pensacola! was of the social events of the year \'k to-da for Her'I Koot-FB ca pow der.hourr FRANK REILLY EVERYBODY LOOKS
courts. Few of these otlenders, seem 'l'Iiillilai'i"VKilifti.Bn! : Baling,SortAchmz -, ,
+ t # have been i;, in )[obile"f'st..dav. and attended ameeting and is an occasion when the elite of I>ami> fwi. At all drjugut*! and i
to convicted -
k and punched i shot stores. .''IC. i SOLE AtiET.Herring FOR THE BES1here
} of stockholders of the city will come and -- --- ----
fact together
i -a which lead. our Binning i a nw participate I

r ham contemporary to ask "if the 'i company formed to drill for oil near in the gayest of balls

law is not too lenient and the court |' Mobile The is WHAT PILOTS Bros. I it i is. Call "11 -,
company capitalized i
i '4 too mild in applying penalties forthisotfene. Cut this out and take it to any Creary. They are d inj.;: t
at fJO.UU. and a contract price for drugstore or medicine dealer: and CLUING<;, work that can be turned "'r 1
T' Better try Mayor Jones a free of i
the well is given at $7.5uO. Tharabout get sample Chamberlain'* Have ; prepared to do .
: plan and soak them for $lt>0 and : Stomach and Liter Tablet the be-tph specially constructed Wagon* ; any kl! I
REDOING i for the removal of dead animLi ; They put on India rui b." '
costs every time. I are a dozen stockholders in .ic. They cleanse and Invi oratt' r <
r the stomach, improve the appetite I from the city limits. best on the market. 'III -1.! -.. .
i venture. Ij Will
new remove dead
--- ----- and regulate the bowels. (raga- j j horses or cow for j< as they have a full Ill.'- > '
.f w tTHltECCOtlto'lnsY.: : : jar ,size. :25c per box. l! Both pilot boats were up to the I One Dollar each. tires in tock.
\llliol .
AHlrej i'laml'o Address
r 4ye i HERRING BRO Does ..
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your bugj.v f-1 I
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It appears from a circular letter I dock Or leave
orders
yesterday afternoon. The
Breaking into a blazing home,, I Goulding. ing They can make it.- i
: recently sent out by the -post check ARMY OF MEN I 1:1Ea.t: Intendeucii street. Their prices, .
some firemen lately dragged; the KwaMnd cast olf lines at 4:1-3; p. m. too are iv.i >
currency bureau" that the ollieiaN; i thpy have ample capltl, I
sleeping inma!o* from death. Fancied : and the :
of the United States opposing vessel an hot r a first-class carrngb I ,
s department are interesting money! themselves order .' ecurity, and death near. It's.';. NOW\ AT WORK later. This morning the new association NEW STORE @ NEW COODS repairing bnsine--*. 1J.r.: :

that way when you neglect cough? ] call on them
m opposition to the move --- brought in the steamhipVolund E\V DRUGS Scales!
ar and colt*. Don't do it. I>r. King's: I repaired.

+' ment to facilitate business transacUOS New Discovery for Consumption 'I A small of consigned to Piaio: I Bro=. j M'I1'K tV 1":1 \ .
by the restoration of the ola army men are now at 15 Ka-i Garu', : -
:rives perfect protection ac"unt all1i l work This vespi t.as: a cargo of ujohog. ny Phone 5'i;;.
u postal currency. And zealous haveBOmt' i Throat Lhe t and Lung Troubles :, rushing to completion the I

: 't of these eilicious little bureaucrats : I Keep it near and avoid suffering, j telephone conduit and today reached and logwood.FUEL White's Pharmacy.
d death and doctor's bills. A I
recently become that they are teaspoonful Intendencia street. These men FINE STATIONERY.
[ stops' a late
cough
4'k" ; persistent '
now engaged in an to OIL FOR
attempt prejudice ue the most stubborn. Harmless ': work nine hours; and a day's labor THE undersigned i has opened a -
1 f publl opinion by showing thata and nice fisting; it's euaranteed i HenhawI
Drug Business
r 4 i considerable revenue is annually! to satisfy by W. A. D'Alemberte l puts this important improvementwell in the C. V. Thompson No. I 11 J -

: it4 derived from the operations of the s Palafox street. Price oOc and fl. | on theroad| toward its comple;: l STEAMER ECHO I building 106 south Palafox: !street ,'; Palafox street has ju-t ""i"; .':.
Trial l bottles free. !ii i I with a full! line of Fresh Drug; Per- :
r, money order system. That no such'' tion. As a natural consequence the famed 'new' supply cf Lilian and K '
I Soap* and such other articles
a profit is derived from our money or-1 i i hook Out for Fever. streets are in a bad condition : .' Papers, white, blue ucJray; w
as are
very A quantity of fuel oil for the tug usually kept in an uptodateDrug
t der business is clearly indicated byj! Biliousness and liver disorders at'' Envelopes to match, Oxford / '
; but as fast as the cables are laid j Business.
3 the following paragraph from the I this season may be prevented by i i Echo was placed on board that fin e11'e also Foreizn Mail Tablets wit'' r'

f annual report of the auditor of the [ cleansing the system with DfWitt's they are fixed again. i I vessel today and she will make a the respectfully solicit a share of velope to match. Ink, ?"n' .
bureau I Little Early Risers. These famous : public patronage, promising toi j
: Penholders '
little pills do not gripe. They move d1"iulent3uacftnfCrcupCured. I j trip tomorrow with steam generatedfrom give entire satisfaction, both i ionus in Blaakbooks. Flh.- -
Allowing for a reasonable increase I the bowels but copiously, '' ;, I etc., always on hand.
', gently and "Last winter an infant child of this new fuel. Extensive repairs and nrippa
# J during three years it is evident that by reason of the tonic I I Phone: .
mine had
; properties in violent I i ;
croup a form The
the Prescription is in
.I ascertainable! loss on moneJr.- irive tone and strength to the gland; Elder John W. have made of this tug one of Department
3 says Rogers, a Christian i -
1'w, der business should have been fixed Hargb'; Pharmacy John Sheppard. Evangelist of I, the finest charge; of our Mr. Walter H. Whit-, I.
Filley, Mo. "I insult waters.
at over JoOOOUu in : I
Tt ly.itf, instead uf' :Sidney"\ Kahn. gave her a few doses of Chamber. ,, who will try hip utmost to please all I cA.tSTOI'tY1L.:
105 KO.>
| as stated Ii is Iutner I
a wf than less at ttis time greater and .- lain's Couch Remedy and in a short I i Cleaning ladies aXiru and waist who may favor him with their orders. I t1-antt. hat 'ie.HieeA'Ce'.

a $k5_ i many other known but uncilculated i i iexpenses .The ;{ollIrritatillgCa child time all recovered.danger''was This pat and the | Is one ofc"Ispecialties.! Star Laun- .\* our tock is entirely new i 'J"I&z.
remedy
should sii'l' be added i not and fresh, we !solicit a trial order.
j only cures croup but when given I
The fact that the money order tllartic a* soon as the first symptoms; appear, .dry.'s. --- --

business is transacted at a loss is. I I' will prevent the attack. It contains! : fBrst jr 5(. W. H. White & Co., All kinds of chairs and
no opium or other harmful ; I C
however substanceand <>-
no
;P4y argument whatever: Easy: to take, easy to operate
be ; ----- --- I'll O\ES rocking chairs at Marston
I may given a* confidently to :
azainst the ;!'lem. It is a great a baby as to an adult. For sale by i ii \ Hot Rolls at 5 P. lOc. I Day No. .
m"
y public convenience and one fort Hood's Pills i all drugglstsand rredicine dealers. doz., at Solomon's. I' Night! No. 446 \ $ Quina's. Prices are verb
I la, 106 South Palafox Street. \; low.


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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28,1802. 'i

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% 5-2s2s s zs2 INTERESTING FACTS. No. BOOS. I I .
? NEW W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; t 1
For Nearly Every ManI oman or DOCKIN .. J. 'OSH EE,Vlce.Pre.ldent; JOHN PFEIFPER, ...', Cithier. 1 J r" t:1: .:

AMUSEME NTS Child.A .


\S3SBSSS3S3SSS3Si ) article short recommending time ago we to published our readersthe an I BASINThe AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK a f i'; ff I !l


SOON. new discovery for the cure of OF PEKSACOLA FLA. ; : I(
OH THEIR WAY-HERE i : : i .
Dyspepsia, called Stuart's Dyspepsia /

Tablets, and the claims then made big steel dock, which recently Designated Depository of the United States. 1 !1 i f.- : I

regarding the wonderful curative I arrived from Havana at the Pensa- Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct 2"1, 190'1. ;' .j"j I. i ,

properties of the remedy have been cola has been to- ).H' ,
navy yard, put RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ::1; 1

(+ L.' abundantly sustained by the facts. gether and lodged in the granite Time Loans. ...... ... ... ...... .. .... .... $346,35498 Capital Stock ...... .. .. ... .. ... ...... .... $200.000.00 I .: ; I j

-'t People who were cautious about try- Demand Loans ..... ... ... ....... ..... .... 119.94974 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .. .. 10,000.00 !
: ing new remedies advertised in the basin, lately occupied by the big Overdrafts...... .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 538.74 Undivided Profits. .... ..... .... .... .. .. 15.25697 It : : i

,,1in newspapers and were finally inducedto | wooden dock that came down some D. 8. Bonds and Premiums...... ... ... 214,25687* Rediscounts..... ..... .. ... ... ... . 64,071.57 4 i.If.

Stocks, securites, etc.... ....... ..... ...... 2,625.00 Circul.ation.... .. ....... ..... ... .... .. .. 125,000.00 '
give Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets a time ago from Tompkinsville, N. Y. Furniture and: FIxtures.... ...... .... .. .... 6,718.48 Deposits ...... ...... .. ... ..... ... ... ...... 455,036,05 ,:i 1'; rl

trial were surprised and delighted at The wooden dock has been hauled. [. R. Stamps... ..... ... .... ... .... ...... 74.86 .1-! I I

i ii.t.t. e the results. In many cases a single Cash and Exchange..... ...... ...... .. .... 17Sb0592! fi"J
Into the stream and anchored. The
LyrrI package costing but 50 cents at any jF : I ii .
$869,3C4.59 b6'J,364.59 !! 1
drug store made a complete cure final disposition of it cannot be ,
I This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage [and we will give 'fil 1'. : "i
learned but it is :
and in every instance the most beneficial understood that a '! i
your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. : : G
results were reported. From a place will be provided for it in the '

J111 ,t)J7 hundred or more received we have near future.Placing 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 111! : .

space to publish only a few of the
the new dock in the basinis .:
latest but assure our readers we receive ; 1"1

1.F-1XVITED GUEST3.S letters said to indicate its early use. .WILL
: so many commendatory MOVER'S. : ;
.. {n,
A Ward's big company pre- that we shall publish each week a While the old one was there it was I ;

.. ii Splendid Spectacular fresh list of genuine, unsolicited testimonials ;- frequently made use of, the last job NEWS 1 NOTES ,

and never publish the WEST t
SIDE GROCERYHAS 'il-
P'.eTwo Merry Tramps. done on it being the overhauling of t

H. i-se Price, 15, 23, 35 and I same one twice.
the Echo. It said
was
tug yester I
I' and 35c.tEHIKD From James Yemmeisler, LaCross, i
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,1525 i Wis.: Stuart's: Dyspepsia Tablets day that the structure was placed in The funeral of Carl Schauman, JUST RECEINEI A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish :I.I! .

I are doing me more good than anything the basin and would be immediately I the German engineer, took place Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives, 1' ; i

THE I I ever tried and I was so pleased I repaired for use about February 1. yesterday afternoon from Northup & I Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Everything = f l r ;: 1'1 I r f

at results that I gave away several Woods undertaking parlors, and a :

FOOTLIGHTS I boxes,; to my friends who have | This is thought purpose by was employees not stated that, but the it big crowd of seamen attended in a I Kept in a First=Class Grocery, :; ": : \. U I

also had the same benefits. body. The man was popular amonghis
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FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR '
HPECIAJ.OCC.8101'H.'Ij
I From Jacob Anthony, Portmur- damage will\ be repaired in time to shipmates. '. I ,.

\VirJ have rapidly i ray, New Jersey: I have taken receive any ships of the fleet now in For the last nine months there I A Car M d of the Mi! Celdrateft Majestic Fk-nr Just Beceiyet. u I 1"I

I Stuart's Dp'pep5iTatl: ts with the South American waters. Peusacola I .,
fun-makers, have been exported from .
tMut as
I best results. I bad Dyspepsia: for t IiI I There is now indication that 215,000,000 superficial feet of timber If You Buy Them it the Boston Shoe Store The) Are iootl ; I
every
,' Opera, snug in the .J J. ; rt 1\
and had taken a deal of
years great
for- .
: and lumber, all of this going to !
the dock will remain here
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t "The Two Merry I medicine, but the Tablets seem to I permanently eign ports. This does not include I. "

of the most merito- take right a hold and I feel good. as,; orders for its repair November, which will swell these t) DO YOU i : : 't

I am a farmer and lime burner have been issued at the yard and about one tenth more.A t
: I same time, tuneful figures '
and I heartily recommend to every work has been '
Miisk-il numbers evera one who has any trouble with his already begun. telegram received by S. A. .z'l'/ NEED.SHOES : 11 ,I
There are two iron foundries in Friedman this morning from Albert
farce comedy. stomach to use thee TablEt. I ,' 1 J I I IJ
the yard aud there will be no great Goldsmith of Cincinnati announces t1. i I I
From Mrs. M. K. West, Preston, I II ,; l ..
.. have in- I trouble in to replace the death of the litter's father in ? 01" ', .

to making new plates
'
r appears Minn.: I have received surprisingly I I. ;
that city at :2:30? m. yesterday. 'ill
\. r. 'ii during her brief j good tiltiCts from using Stuart'sDyspepsia ; \ those broken in the accident: i p. i
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The deceased: had a large number of "
:'\I'ntli. m "Pretty Peggy." I : Tablets. I gave one-hall I at Havana I friends in Pensacola, who will ( ; 'j
of my list box to a friend who ahc re.\\ If you have a Shoe purchase in :
-: .if the performance ink I : i to hear of his death. 0
gret
suffered from indigestion and she Startling, But True. I mind you are, of curse, looking :
l'l-i'atch wa eiithusiut.ii od results. Stop into S. A. Friedman's this cold for the
had the sam I "If every one knew what a grand \i

:: -'Pretty Peggy' From Mr fines K. Ralston, Cadillac medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills day and get a glass of Three Feathers \ \ Best Thing In Footwear !
E. H. .\
Mil I have been taking I Upper Ten, Paul Jones,
;. t Elaborate produc- is, writes D. H. Turner, Dempsey- : \

.demy by Brady's Stuart's Dy psia Tablets and Tarn I town, Pa., "you'd fell all you havein Parker, Brookwood Cape May, tj We can solve the problem to your .t:
Hill Louis'Sixty-Six, sati-faitiou.: Ou Shoes lIre built I
and feel Murray ,
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very much etter, very a day. Two weeks' u*e has madea WH'I
running; climaxes, I Hunter's and all the for thorough service under any J'
; grateful for the great benefit I have new man of me." Infallible: for son, Rye, and all conditions 'J hey are ::1 I '
.: ..... and a scenic in- fine brands he carries and he will I
received in so short a time. constipation, stomach and liver made in exclusive !ctyltsai>d are 'il j :

,. i marvel Supportllent. Stuart's Dyspepsia: are a certain I troubles, 25c; at W. A. D'Alemberte's guarantee you will no longer feel the a triumph "f art in Hioe, making. l' .

\ '.. Star gets cure for all forms of indigestion. drug: store, 121 H. Palafox street. chill of rude Boreas. ;
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They are not claimed to be a cure- I The school girls' class will be organized lie MB Sim I .
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1, be seen hire iu all, but are prepared for X/III/It/> h SHOULDBE 1 I at the gymnasium tomor ,

fi-otilili K ituli/, and physicians and EVIL row morning at 11 o'clock. Dr. Hall I
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i- 'i. druggists everywhere recommend is not going to charge this class,; anything -I I __ .t

them to all persons suffering from for his trouble, and, therefore, '
t 1 Ii I t iu. >: VKK. REMEDIED CARPENTRY AND RATHBONESISTERS. : i
Nervous Dyspepsia, sour or acid all who are interested in physical 1
:',' .1 I .IV,' u free Magnolia Triple No. 4. RathbonnMter i
heartburn, bloating or fail attend.
stomach, culture should not to I ELECTRICAL WORK : t
..'. Stomich.i --- : =, /held! ;11 v"ry important meet- :
wind on stomach: and similar disorders. : The ladies meet every Tuesday, I I
,
i nig la-t Frld iv .fa'Clloon. :Members I
'. .- !',\ :. w.inti.rders- 1 Some person evidently without Thursday aud Saturday from 9 a. iu. :1 I are herebv notified at the regular I
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Ring Pearl & Dolive, phone Itfio: |
; up
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to I in. AlIl.ldi.., arc invited 1 meeting Fncl1y I afternoon, Nov :2S. 'ti i
continue
connedy- knowledge of the police, p. if you hive allY carpenter or tlectri- 1\ f
I !I at 2ii; o'clock. Nominations for ;
:- \ cal work well done.
want .
\.i .J -and ORDINATION almost every afternoon tu fa-ten a After the grip, pneumonia or i you i iI i olliceri f..r iif-xt -ix months will take i I
y
., vicious cow on Alcaniz street to a :.typhoid fever take Hood's'; Sarsaparilla I MEAT & MALT has: a marvelous iI j pllee.It.'mb..r.; ; are specially re- _. t' !
que-ted to attend. '
tree near the sidewalk with a long -it restores health and strength. 1 dietetic value. \Vhile refreshing; and I'I'I MRS J. C. \' 1J.11AS. : !IL'I! ji; i

SERVICES take it assimilation Miss. Eiu 1;. !) M. K. ;.
PENSACOLA FOLKSSAIL rope-and several times the animal I pleasant to helps : sir ORE C. ( ;
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OFFENDER I of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER _31.It.C. I
ANOTHER
--- : has mad- attempts to hurt pedes- ; I I "I'
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( I : BROS. ;
FOB EUROPE ''triauri children .
ladies and
Rev. Dr. McOlanllin and Rev. Dr. !I ;, especially t --- -- ----I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine ,
RESISTED AN OFFICER :
Sliinu: will arrive here today from t ,

the or.lina- Last night; a number of children i --- I oysters today. Try them. .1' "
r/ torn. which -ail- Atlinta (la., to attend | 1 \ ; '
that street: with Ni'Ai'u5i't.E. i; i
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Irwin were coming along j e 'I
'["Ill New York for titjen'ice: Rev. Mrs. sunday -: Julius Burton a negro, resisted ; I
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adults following behind when they i :: : i it 1. f f'j
;
i 11 rlI.IIIY.! had on h rpi'II. : morning at 11 o'clock. The or- j Officer! Burg !last night on DeVilliers '

i'V,; C. (largas U. S. dilution: of a woman to the full came; up with the animal and were !iI I street. He said he had no recollection :LPttijtic rhotogr>aph8'I JOHN S. BEARD, f, I :
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much The
frightened. cow tugged
v Uorgas: and \\'. E. powers of the Christian ministry is of offering resistance today, but ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. tItlicesN.1 .
I at its rope vainly endeavoring to I I _UII.. S. ralalux -t.INSURANCE II i I "
I > II'. who were litely marichuJetts. something entirely new in the! Mayor Jones freshened his facultiesby ( } I
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I Thiesen lhllldin :
at the who made [ u -- --- -
The ollicers South, and no doubt many will dE'i J get youngster imposing a fine of $-5.; 1 Office H'Hirsu::: > a. n.. to 1p.m., 'i;
their way to their destination by''! I I 2alt: : p m.) to Ii11:: i p in.Practice : 'I
sire to witness the service. A very'attractie -- -- t
I \ i' of ab-eiie for sixty I man Mate Knit f.d.-ral : .
I i Tk1 vit & Co courts. !
i portion of which time mu-ical rr >;ram tins another route. j SEND YOUR ORDERSto ; ss D 1 All I lllltjlixk!.unit, elil HllMUM.il,: r m lit t"(III'tltlutt.III- VIII, | rtlCMfpromt i : ; t J

been arranged for both morning and I It i i. positively dangerous to allow j I I I'J
Turos
} -'i'iul, iu different I 1) f i II'I

tit< before they return. evening. :Mrs.,; A. C. Binkley has I such an evil to exist any further; Pearl & Dolive for cirpenter or Ii i / 11 tr . .. .i; : ,
electrical work. Repair work a I" t\ jfl I
and the of the animal should
owner
I charge of the musical program for AM
specialty: I itNICK'S
. "I' I UK .\ COLD IN OXK 1)\Y bs made to either let his cow -- ------
;1 : .. morning; service and Miss Evelyn t tHeine j REAL ESTATE ;
\ Cronin quinine Talil 't
further from the sidewalk ,
or I ?
graze
Ull: rt.ryB. for the evening. The program !
I WEATHER
J THE
,, No. South Palafox Street.
V w tPt/ will be given in full tomor- I not put it in the street at all. Some

(I person will be hurt badly if tkis. I
row. Partial List of Desirable
Dwelling
H. FAIRCHILD, thing is allowed to continue. TO-DAY f
for Rent in Various Paris ,
Tot Chocolate with I' : 'l lflETVRT !
t PII OLBTER:1n.: j T tipped Cream at Solo-I A BAD LIVER CURED.A I J of the City : -' f 1 I't
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38 EAST ROMANA STREET. .n's. Local t'or"Cltht-t'ftlr and continued cool fai.ir-I.are.: :i-Mnry dwelling "speciallyadaptrd : !
bId liver i is the cau-e" of mo-t of for boarding house. pirp -
t Work and Furniture tliM ilN with which the human: hilly tonight: Saturday fair and warmer: fresh Refnishing PIANOS TUNED FOR SI.50. -ullfis. The bet to overcome Mouse" at .No. 11U t:. luten- ., I d lili
way '1 northerly to easterly winds. I drncastrerttJJ.a.LRrgttorydwelhng. i :
Specialty. '. who this uncomfortablecondition i is to "
Cha Prei-ley, an expert: : containing > :
40G. have< a liver remedy upon which '! Temperature in Last 24 Hours : room,, witn' all m.Ml>.rn ronvt-n- 1 lE I Ji
P11011o I I tuned piano* at the'odd'" Fair can depend. HEPATILTIIA Minimum...... ...... ..... ... .... .... SJdegrees'Minimum : letu-ra.xituateuu ,rinxieu 1'11"1 '
and is recently from FNt-her's place you 'I ... ..... .... .. .... ... ......... 1.dI.'KnpsI tor t *'1'611'IlloDIC mid lieScito street*. I i iDAILY
I i is: thethillwluchwil1; site you a t:5.p+-;-.loryU\\.lIing \o.lI"\ortb Barcelon.i. :, ,
R. K. WHITE, in Philadelphia.: Will give you better ;great deal of pleasure from its use wltb-rooms near belt line MENUSC'impri '
I! work than you evt-r had done or I i and -peedily restore you to health. ,I Temperature Elsewhere: $ water and gay throughout.belt No 111t'e..1t.rrgurynrtwe.n : "
t. I T. MrN'uir( P | .Max. Mia 1.s-l-htorydwellingon lino. .
Manufacturing Jeneler Mr. Jis.; of ici.la.
inker, 1 no pay. Leave outers :at John"",,': I have had Mmibie i i Atlanta... ... .................... :Wi ( ;:I\ \ Iteo-arI' I.e =e all the Up-to- I,
Flu.ay: some .... .... ...... tMiernightsbath ('tt) ".atrrand I '
Irailnate: 0itkinn, l.ook,tore. Ixi 1m i Kimarck .. .. .... 4(1( 2* Date Di-hp'J the Mark t
mill << ; -
| with Inv liver for about a year and Chicago ..... ..... ..........._._...8i 2HCincinnati. gay.t.eelstorydwrlhngNo.orVy .. : I f. i
a half. I have tried a good! : m'mykniil ..._.........._____8* 81 : : \Yrlgut, .N df the World: Ei' .
rtufoi "t.. Pn'ir olt. I la Hot Chocolate with Galvestou-__ ...... ... ......__.l\* 4i cuutamlngT. rooms, city water anugas. I :
-.- "tf IlH:<::1Il'in", al-o phy-ici m? Huron .. .. .. .. .. ........._ 4" MS!i with large lot on prominent cor- AtI/Pd. ,Ii r :
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{ Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. treatment but found no relief until ,Jacksonville .................. .... 6& :ltlI i.er in residence diktrut.117J I I' ., fI
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' I took 1I1-:1'A: l'IlTH.A. One bottle > han-Rs uty ._....... ........... ... 4'l H >-I'" story dwelling with'' :< rooms at No. I 1 .l' :
Try Force at Solomon's. Key W est .. .. ..... ...... ...... 75 IB'Memphis l.ieht Romans Hr..tt..ry convenient i I.j I.
has touch tint/ I
: so improved me .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... 4J 3J tu busters portion have gained i'eveuilltund:'! in weightI ., Mobile.... . ..... .. ..... ...50 asMontgomery ild.rt 1-story dwelling at0.. ;se< W'esturegory I II Ladies' Private j

e.....O.....fi.........01.!!...0...1.1.......... ..: I iu three week My appetite i i-o"d New drlejl ..........................._......_....._. 64 v> !W 40i 110..11I good street location.fl'15" with 1\. room on b..111 .:

e and that bad taste I had in my i JwVw Vorlt......... ..... ..... ....._... s" as I -l-.tOry dwelling corner Chase and Dining Parlor. t
mouth is all gone sold: by all druggists. savannah ......... ..__. ............. 5i 84ft. Barcelona &tre..ts. o room .,,
_______ ___ Louis ....... ........ .. .......... :)! W llrt "ill 1-story dwelling No. In* East WrlshtKtreet.5 I .
I roomy,city water ace gas.
i Hello i !
j Stranger ttd.ei-Newt-story dwelliOK. No. 413 Nest I, 1
Try Force at Solomon's.. TO Cl'KK A COLD IN ONE DAY ('hR., strt-pt. 5 rooms city water findtfs I

1 S oS I Take Laxative BromoQulmneTablets: All <1.T>.-ito>vdw.-Iliag'o: .>M Ka.t: Hie 3fsfor i 1.
1 Jfudjiu s. oc.EDUCATED 1 r>' street *i ricuu on grit III e i
drjgsists refund the money it It fails to ,
is S li i
Till Jl.j.iXll3tO.UAelllUK.; No. "IW East Orvitutta : -
I cure. t:. W. Grove's signature Is on tacb stre.l. tuear ;. Kathenne'i
-1lrt' lts '\'A111t'rl. box. 2"ic. Chapel: 1\ rooms. outbou'esand larie Short Orders |'ii Hi.tlyI ,i ij ,i
lotcornoting on'",b avenue.A ;
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I I DaLlvE. Idrg e hat mnaller awelllRg', ai eeIiasauuwbrrof j llNIi&lu or Day. '
young man wanted, PEARL & stor.aadomces tOIL rtKM'TH03. I. i, ;
nil! this district New ,
Beers' to represent in : -- '
Repoito I C. WATSO & CO., I
York PublishingHouse. Able and I t
II Leading Keal tstn'e. Ken RI and Insurance ly )
j I convincing talker. Good reference Call on them at the corner of Garden AgentsIHoiau t'alaluxtr."t.. If It i omething.ond to Kat I !
I TOO w.b. )'ou'll end It
required. Liberal remunera- i; and Alcaniz street for carpen- 1 h'i

I, tion. Apply, giving reference, to i ter and electrical work, or phone 660. HARRANCAS. FLA..

: 609-511 South Palafox Street. : Stem & Lindsay Broadway, New i FORT :24.1902.! -Sealed pripos- Nick Apostle'sPopular '''J i : .

York City. The finest line i of sterling silver II !al?. in triplicate, will be received un

: goods: and silver novelties is to be I tilll:30.1. in., Dec. Y3, 1902. fir con- Restaurant.IIJItJJaDll. ti ts

"-ri u. i.ixi: or-) i|I l-'or Yalu. fonndBtJ. I. Stephens'. Prices to ,: *tructinz wharf. Fort Pickeus. Fla.. I

.. i 11". ti.: reserves right to reject or accept !
FOR SALE-The Union Depot Res please all. :1 or all proposals tlr any part
any
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Information furui-ilied
taurant. Big; bargain ; enjoying : thereof. on
Buggies Wagons and Harness I good patronage. Owner has other Refrigerators ehacea I application. Envelopes containing .T

i business and cannot manage it. proposals should be marked Propo -
1sirreiei i few left, which we will sell I Try Gun thpr's Candies
;, Enquire, in restaurant, of G. B. =alsfor\Vharf"addr.s'd W. E

..s...e.1.....1...1.o.e....i.ON.1.1.1/1.IN I Mcliila a t cost. Marston Quina. 22 : Solomon's.THE '



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1902

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f THISREMEDY CATARRH HINTS FOR FARMERS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE !! Don't Treat Symptoms

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}J. fYSS4TISFACT1ON I Rr 8ft n Corer CrnpI The rrecxlnn Care.. : Go after the cause. Stimulants and cathartics will ne.erCUt !
it sure to give c Some of the recipes in the up to date They may temporarily relieve the system but the next meal Indlesttia, .
J..r 6A In r' ;;11.\! to the inquiry cf a Ponncl1 I I clogs It ? pct
.r p l ML I 1 cookbooks call for the use of a freezing! ; food should be digested. Tbe nourishment-health-stren-'ih; iC".
al tl ." :
( 9R .r"Ionol| at ut us orye should be -- wuy
1 x h atE1fl cave for some of the! said desserts. apprupriat d-absorbed by the system.
Cre Illalil1 In ,; it '1\:11: nniloul't'dh ,rv.
!i pE1 W These uU-a-iN: are not in cumin m use
t a ,!i.' ,it .1 i < ,\ .
Lira Celirlst nnre, L a i I urj'0 in every Kitchen but are to be hall it; LO DOL

aol ll Oi 'au- < u< >,..iea"ica i- ':" 'r 'I i ;ail <* 'n<';: ., I I' !- any Fool house furnishing ;shop or Children

m 'iib'iin'' It ) I I'M luH'inl'il, i' :i ; counter and sire a treat comeinei'j. j purifies, cleanses,!strengthens SW"ftl'n! "h

dray juri-a away atarrh a .at.i>lcla 0A 5 '. ily; on 1 I...', '. 1. 'i b.5. 1 An ("'iou;:: tin box: sixteen ir eighteen: :i Thriveon This the new discovery digests all classes: of f, ': a ,.:.t

tbira3y. i. iiItkk 3sCOLD'N ;t i. :. ,11',:' !!. It shogun: !n. ''I )rue Inches high is fitted up with shelves or i iI I II transforming stomach and it Into digestive the kind organs! of in aim; a'a' Sad
rn* and I'rott-ctj. itieMembrane. HEAD in c '11. tut 1'wiU. add, 1'1'|> iru<'ally I, I trays: which rest cue on another curnrr.s by i iI I taken up by the blood and fed to the tissue; fir': -',' U t

t tI ti ,t rrrh i ... r : n p." !I'l!" ::r f>. II i to the:: s-ol! v.:. u turned I means of feet attached to the j jI I the various, organs of the body. Kodol cures tr.i;._,' <.tut' n
tI P'iII sizeY i.; Trial size i. aKn < l'rU.gtstsor ,I of each tray. Handles! are also affixed Kodol and dyspepsia, thus removing the cause of al. cud. in die manur h
i sprint as a green "
I
I by mad i j to ench tray that they may IK easily troubles Kodol fives such strength to the t ly} t."..t
tlti ntrwi KKuTIIKRs'A'arrto Ni* York : laroi: >. tin the other hand, leguminous taken out the \\hole case fitting: ; in a it invaluable in all wasting diseases. '

iron will jiroliflUy ad Jllrrorn of the l.rarlir.. ?yyBeautiful "It me of dyspepsia after rrarylhln j el..a had failed. When I trux1 *tole: U Iu.
: to the store of plant feat) already freezer.Vhate\'er is desired to freeze, right awaj. I cheerfully r 'recommend" fte.Jtoo1It,

; The farlie-st mii" 'ors o: wL.ch m":)- la the sail It I Is true that rye when little molds of bi>cuit slat and Mirious Kodol. Digests What You Eat.

I tion !3 made ia history; were in "-e I mixtures arrangedon PreparedbjK.C.D Wltt&Co.CUoa The$1 .
other cream are bottleconUlnsSS ttme
turned under as;; a green raacurin; M much trklY
I among the Nraeiites in the time of materially nM the succeeding Thoughts 'i the trays the cover it fitted on measaremeotiiis the trial size which tells for SOc.

MosesThat gentleman tJ recorded crop may The sweet, pure breath of the babe isrngjjestive and the has; buried in Ice and Fait Dcwurs Uiiic tang Risers the famou little liTer pills t.r bl"l t.r,.-;;
tu the P.i11tcOI1ilJJuoll..1! : ia a certain crop Indirectly. If the crop is too cf innocence and health.A frozen desserts that need no stirrinsare ; I CODitJpa. 10L safe, \b rou.b.: They n.rer gray:

n I emergency; that these articles: >houlJIn nlkiHn.tl.e plowing; under of a considerable mother's earning for children is inseparable within: tU reach
often easily
i from love of the beautiful and I more John Hheppard,Harris' Pharmacy :Sidney Kanu.
the a ,
l iran>foriue-! into wash basins for amount of green rye In tal H! hment than
of the onE.rnll1t e > >
j y ;' ; the pne>tv They! were wale of buss. I spring; trill tend to neutralize: .the soil. it sweetest behooves and every best woman influence to to bring bear the oa i,' our ice cream It is often the stirring; -

I oubtles.s siuIar titeiiiils: of this and I The ilcroc'iioMtion of the rye in th. the subject of her maternity.To I I part of the proce that taking: time,

4 other material- wi re in u-e I I'n; U-fure foil: would! also tend to Lin-rate the I relieve pain and make easy that '! makes the dessert impossible: ; on a busy

,' t'' it. At that same period black glass I! flint foal that is in the ;;(,iI. The rye. period when life is born again, :day. fflpp
J .. t.. ', for he well TRY? NEV'ANA\ / tUM !
s.j w !p1 yrl : purp'se as however will not add directly: to tin- Mother's Friendis --
i -
i i
t i. tr-pareit; : I frla-s with black foil oa store of plant fix>d. Some IIr the \itrht--\ I Dry Fruit feeds.

,11'1.! It is related that the .'paa.uud I nr oriui'-oa: clover would IK iirt-fern-d I popularly: USI'It is a liniment easily The seeds of all fruits should not be

... mirr';r of piltsbed black I administered a.d fur external use on':". I allowed to become very dry before
i if additional! : nitrogen i i" il>>-in-d.: IJjt- I
I lath coDves and coiicuvt-. among I : I Pregnant: '>ru'n ih >rldtrythis remcily, : planting: but they need not be kept ---
!is and will
: hardy tjuk p-owin:: uidiuf '
i e Lvts; of South America.ti. it Ltilll- unden:.i' !:y a friend to her during; I wet They are the better for fall
J I. the ri-'ois: of the winter well Mid natrt-term of SU-!penceaadantxi ination, be stratified or
planting, but may I iwixed
I"n| this a<-<-"ant is uftentiuicfluffs fljticr'5! Friend, if used thr.>;:>:ho'.t .tea :b.l..A.
V.'Iiue the 'IraCf I* 1 with moist earth and kept over
1 .. prized as a (i vor 'roJl.. The i.nrMi-| gestation, will soften the breasts therel.vprcventin I .. v""eey
.. a licit'nt .o:tans' .it w ,cse oast.L winter in perfect condition When ,
for which the cover Prop j js d,>>ired cracked and senipl.1c:1; ] :
r tian-iueis :rl;."' > Iii:tr..d an iuit > muscles with: the burden wiJ tarly spring: comes they should le I .
should determine whether is I Lest straining I'LSSOK lit AVKKWOdLKitlK;
', r, LhUiijMj'-",] that their es- I.1 rye relax become supple; and elastic from iu \planted in good garden soil alxjut one ,

y V ., wan ',!Il- or the m.itt-riid results Milted or not Professor G. C. Watson.Pennytvania continued application inch deep and ia rows that will allow I IHPORTER: AND JOBBER OF

ii 1 b''.-. li-r. Mt.re muJerii l otanstsMd : i State College. All fibres in the abdominal region will! good hllase.: : The seeds;; may be sent .

+ I.: : ,. <':..- it .IN a spiviis jf mush '1jI respond readily to the expanding: cover by mail or express in a reasonably dry i iI
j dial Corn. containing the tnibn-o if l1other'.sfri.nJ HARDWARE.
'. lr.it it ('ai bcarwly be u-riued n* I state to any part of this;; country.The I II II
: t To le e\u-t. the truSle is u tu- i Already talk is current nf hurting is applied extenially during pregnancy I I

I Write fur fn.e bork on "flothcrhood." Aiiyle Crop. Iron, XaiU. Axes, fshovf I Saw Mill and Stetuihi it
of rail and the Lirre. fcorn. I
'I' :
; .. 11:011: of vegetable anal- crop
sugars THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA,CA. The New England; Homestead cati- Supplies: Cooking and Heating; Stove: *, Paint ( hl-
t ogou to oak halls! or nut calls and This talk may le> taken with a mates tuis year's apple crop at 43fM.< ).- Window Olas, Guns, Pi-toU and Fi-hiu? Tacklt-
f t dou.trss! oriRinatin; ::. as these latter, nsiderable i ;?ruin of salt. It K not =Sorta,4 barrels,
barrels
from the stlns: of au ins ct.'Id..ntal niiKkcly: that corn which! will ;":1'JJl'o A Catch Bet OOo against: is rather Agate and Tinware ana llou efiiriiishiug Good
I
last The quality unsatisfactory -
Turn round, and, with back to year.
I contract will !rut:; a pretty: fair price your
I the table, ask somebody to throw the I in the central and western L AGESS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY''1QRevere
.\. ( Dincharce of a 1'nn. in the marker this winter' as reiiortsfrom
dice. Then tell the who threw states, but in New England better than Giant Btitched Belting,
Northampton Ennry
( .\ Capital run may arise by pure accident the coithern section of the earn person
last year. The New York crop is reported Wheel Co. Laftin & Rand Powder Co. Johu-on's K il-
thorn to double the number! of the spots ; ,
r f as recorded la ISucke's "Cook l brit inrlud'ii\ : :? Iowa and Nebraska
as large. This is contrary to somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges \Vm
on the die the left and the
: t' on keep
of Table Talk are to the! effect that a large
Lt : ; proportion
f P state which; Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather. ,
1 general reports;; from that ; Masury
' number to himself. Tell him add
to
".\ Aleran&r Gun was d.smlss- t'f the crop will not jrrade. It i iI is Made Railroad Colors.
f indicate that the crop there is spotted
G ? (-d (Ifm a post in the customs of Edinburgh l>o"!>il>lG that a shortage; of coal may five, then multiply by five. To this figure
.Y for circulating: some false rumor. I materialize which will\ make virtue have him add the number of spots in some sections large and In others Masonic Temple. Pensacola, Fla.

: ? .'4f4 l The dismissal; I is said to have: I of neeossMty. and! some farmers situated on the die in the middle and multiplythe decidedly deficientThe .

1i4 ;{ tc been thus noted in the customs book atM 1 at a distance from markets may product by ten. hanged Grizzly.

r lr the time, "A. Cun discharged: ; for making |p'o'slbly i! Cud it prolital-l' to use corn Then ask him to multiply the number There are numerous reliable! state-

4 y 4 false repc.rt"I'ruli.tlr. a t" fu.I 1, but such! condlt'ons; will: cf spots on the third die; and give you I ments of grizzly bears having attacked The Star Laundry

,..i-art-y! prttail over any cmisMeraMe; the aggregate sum. From the :amount men but nowadays the grizzly; does not ,
I subtract mentally 3,0; and the remainder
e imrtioii of the Sauflouer State TheI
I{ seek out his huii.n victims i. as there
; j M.!:inla-For poodtiess sake nisle! i I IIHIILTJ' mouths of cattle and swine will will show in the three figures the I are credible statements that his forefathers Biggest Busiest Best !

;( 'r" ;[ ,, w!'Tre' : yon sho-iting In that disgrace !i Iilt'iy' afford a far more prutaabk number cf spots on each of the three used to ,!o. Neither does he ,
diee. I'or iiistauee, take three dice.
i f i 'ilon? Why can't you be quHV !! storage for corn than the stores and I l.e: in wait and, pouncing upon a hunter -

( e Ilk.. \ 'HieieIIe? I i ran,e>. Let ui hope that such an anomalous Their numbers are three, five and two. tear him into bloody shreds: in diilighted -
.i iKiuble the one on the left-five plus
n::: has to l le quiet: the way I eonilition; as the use: of corn fur : fiendishne-s i as the: old time
r
,.'rjilaying.. lie's papa con.ing! horn I 1 fuel will not again be noted even in the five equals ten. Add five, equals fif I stories: used to tll!. The change in the Thy Speak
teen. Multiply by five, equals -
i "het V't I. "''. .. iii, I'm -I'hiladvlphla: Press.ful state where great com grows and nature seveutyfive. grizzly's! disposition is likened: by veteran
I Add the number of spots on the I
-- --- ----- has been rather niggard; ; dusky
.
Luntera to the change in the e1! :
t ) t i \Vronqr lyat Might, i i d.amoiids.; die in the middle, three equals seventy- I aster of the white cousin of the !.r-I
;gi.: /:
1.4.. I r. e-"-Y..u uy I'riiwu is enjoying eight Multiply! by ten, equals Set.I f for Tllelll elres !
.to.
.
I the polar bear of the arctics \\ h tithe ,, r -
> '. i.o.r healUi. 1I0u't you know that I !linn the Hoof nnrnrr.That Add number of spots on the third: die, I stations for the Hudson l-v: I : *
r '.. .nrrectV hoofs which two, equals 7bi: Subtract 2Gu and S02: I t."npony
-t i I odor of burned one
I established the di.ir of
i were >'s
!,".:-> -Xi.t in this CH'<'. Brown Is pets in passim a blacksmith shop is an remains, which are numbers on the I the men there often referred to the I I l We let the Si t ..:-.l i ',. rand *

i r-ii! !t ')1' "r happy u )less he has something offense to the nostrils and the cause I dice. fright of attacks by jiolar bear M.mv 1'nfls we Launder 'I. >n .ftiemtlvf

A r 1 '., t" ini.iplain about.-New York TtleT ; of it should I l-e an offvnse to any one \\lij the Andlrnoe Laughed; a navigator: ia the arctic seas has been ". They will tiik '. r

;:fall.. : who has respect for the horse This i At a public entertainment recently a clawed and chewed to death by polar I than we cm. We wunt to t Itf i :-'-1

\.. HrenUn. I burning of the hoofs every time tie conjurer had au experience' which was tears. Hut for nearly a Ci'ut:11'the f.F more by the work we do tin:. '>/

"r'' i yc' "You needn't tide that loiter you're animal shod is a lazy or Incompetent highly comical, though quite disastrous I polar bear has not I been regarded tea so what we say.

a I man'makeshift for fitting: the shoes, fierce, and nowadays it !is lnoked
I't1't 'L' ;, writ.ng That's insjol.te.: I.wasn't from a jmfe>sional point vf view. very
o I,ji.l.iiig, at it." i and the rat-tire i Is on a par with the' having produced! an ejjjj; from a previously upon as a cowardly Least Association I

isd } "\'mihouldirt have noticed that I i u->' of embalniin: fluid in mlk!\ to a\oM '' empty bas, he announced that with armed men has modified the polar I ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for and d Dulirereil Free.

,t .' t y w.irviiij I ; to hide it. That wasn't pew !, thorough wa>hin:? of the cans. Now he would! follow: up this trick by bringing 1 bear's disposition.: -Outing.

;' 'i I.1- tither"-l'hieau! Tribune.'A. : and then; a blacksmith may be found 'I from the bag the hen that laid the TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
E I with mireb common sense and uiehiinii.il Tlie AI,r Drneon."Deacon. I
egg. This little arrangement; he left to
A +l! 'A. A. Herreii of Finch Ark., i (' genius to Ct a shoe properly I his confederate to carry out. lie prol'l..lIloJ r ." began the old colored par- I WALKER INGRAHAM. Manager.

%.i ". t -. "I wi-h to re 'Nt that Folev's: without biiruin the hoof.Ve would to draw the bird from the bag, I IFon, "do'"you bell say, 'Git behind me .
4 t Sataa? ---------- -- -
4I iio> Cur has l''rfoll a terrible : no several miles out of our way to Imt'llIt was his surprise! on finding I I --
$ ; of 1:1t.lnpI.d bladder tri.ublc "No, bruddah. Ah do not. said
i Deacon
I lIa'H'l'k epee! ; by him.-Rural New that the alleged hen was an old rooster, I \VEULY !iCIIEDU Lh :
.et ;1 f a! I. tw > doctors, h> .
A. 0'\ leu.l.rte, 1 l1 S. 1'alaiuX :>t.Foey's I -- -- stage behind me he might! stick me when fOR STEAM DIVISION
ruffled feathers and offended dignity :
Ah wa'n't Itllo1.in'b keeps him rightin ; I C'KVSACOtiA! KliKOIHlCTKHUAILWAY: ; ..t\.i HARPER
i ] fete tad 1'HI"I.hQrlt.t.i.l. and set up as v'vigorous a crowing as if !

Honey ri Tart : Sli'iuid! lim; :wind: acid phosphate be it had just awakened from its nocturnal front whah Ah kin see him.-Chi- COlll'A:;} .

c t' i t r ch Jdrcn.sne.suf'c. .-> (jt13''r I appl.i; : .d to a lien the sauuseaMiu': The !>Iuwllt'rs.I l'aoewiJ.. fra'ai leave f'-nsicol, lot ItitLiJU
t Little .. .
U
4' A < "
r ? :JjoU: who 1.11041111)' purr chemistry The whole audience shrieked with bsyou.Klu Rayon, fngtoIl.n Yen
A' A Way to Warm L'p Carl! Mutton I "Yoa married a rich wife, dida't tad Fort Karranca. at
} f I will IH quirk to say that it sh.mld not. lauc.iter; nud the unfortunate conjurer
? r: T.Ae; one! te.iij.oonful; of choppeei The l.uie; v. ould cause the soluble phospliorir made u bolt for the dressing room. you':" asked Jones of his: friend. I II:*) as. m.arrive al Fort Ill rranca. 1U\a., /! IT
'i''r7 "Yes," he sighed but she's not declared loW a.m. arrive at Fort barrancat r: :w s.a
'; ; 01.. ji, :i.ut iio: a -le\\1'.m|' with one acid to revert and become iiis . : la'pm.arriveatFort itarranoiii 1:4pe ,

on.! ,fl!f b.iti.r.; : place! it over a slow ilu'iK! *. Hut the Ohio station tested There is no cousrh medicine so pop any dividend )'(1. I 8SO: p. m.. urnveal arrive at Fort Fort Karraacas Karraocas (T:15' p D:16p.m. I

I fir-' .I'i-i the! stirred till the matter In the Held and the half ular ao; Koley'-i H'iney' and Tar. It \n irptlon.. I. Farraacsi 8:4 Wp 3BTra.ai : atapm.arrlYaatFort I
keep 0:110115:
> I
plats reeeivins: the lime and acid 11htsphate contains: no opiate* or prisons aid Tt'Ilt'r-I'm sure what rill telling: you !leave Fort S.rral1oa. for J-I'DU !
rat acr brown, but not burned. Add fiil curV., D'Alem l.s coa..t
have better clover and grass never < to A. MX Seeing is believing! you know. I
son I fi ttir. vhicli: mix well in, and berte, 121 S. I'alafox St. Keller Not I
than the half plats receiving phosphate always. see lots of 7:16 am, arrive lOt nsacola '.. ik a, .,
z' fry for Jive minute: then in people every day that I could never 11:1)' p m. arrive at I'"n,aaola ........U..5p.aJ:0np.
; pour alone lime alone. Otlier Mare I
or pot t Itarlirlor'n lo.t of LI t InlC. m. arrive at Pmsncola .. .._. ii5p ii5i1 a
f ; oie-.af: ; pint of gravy fceasoned similar results. and thus again are ourTreated If the! :ivcfag'r; Uu-heW. with a mil believe.-Chicago Tribune. p m arrive at feosacola .... 6i > n I. txi

; with cavch-ie: awl salt: let boil to : { obligations: due only to those lionaire' iat't1iC. nut the f..lltHwbo '1:0)pm.srrlveatl'ensacota 8.45 p. m. arrlT at Peasacola: ,_,__, 7:60 8:50: p.t.a ,

l thicken; a 1d aild Lrownin Acl-i sri.'mists broad enough; to make theM pot.i in for 'Stri\apint fads. hut the Hook In (.rrtntuif.Tbe .toSlltnrtla.onl, ,

It&+I # one t-apuonful of sugar, one of :o a hart of thoir laboratory In boil man: who nuiiiitains pmil siR-ial POMtioa largest circulation attained for a PASS FOR WEEK DATB.feniaoola '

14 nnesar! one of Worcester sauce, investigations. niiil +wh- entertains Lin-rally, were novel in (;('rn'uIlY is that of "Luke- i to Fart Karraacan and rstnra oPensscola
t;' ?y a and to lial.incf up his personal aofonut for hard," by Schafltl, and it has reached to Navy Yard and return.. .. ireniaoola
FOiuc chopped gherkins capersand to Palmetto Beach aa relcrn ih
mushrooms Fli lp I'ort"Inter. they"-.ir. it [night contain thf>,e charges but 1SO.OUO in fifty years I Famous at home for
few button
a ; put ,
v SC5DATWh I1HIDCD1.it :
It is Utter to have everything InJI1.1 without comparative extravagance: :
in the I mutton which you have pre. .. "n w, +,.ttojr! the running t Generations past:
i ;::\ condition than to have to make House or apartment and service.... $10.000VUet ( coaches. I

t i 51 k tt xiou.-y! cut into thin slices, perfectly i repairs when weather conditions: force .. .. ...........,.............?...... &-) ,IA I HAPPY open LT Fort Harru.al Famous now all over
d' free from fat, lit it remain a few it. All leaky roofs should\ be attended flulrt .................................... 1'xJi Lean(Ceniaeola a. m 10 a. 1..
i ........
l--tauri.it and entertaining Iji'Mflothir ll a. m. 11 raJp.m the World
minutes and situier, not boil; then to Jr"r. for they are eotly, as they ; ... .,.............,.......,... 3'J"0 HOMEIs I o. m. ,
serva. f t."i'tru"tiOIlIlIl.llo8S! ia crops Autuniobil-.t ........"..... ............. 5000 I I p. m I ,.m.I For Kale byDannheisser
_
__ otln;' t'OIltlitil'"SlruL.an! : panes in the Chartered yacht ............?.?...... Iu M one where health abounds. p. m p. a
t.r \ Tln-rn I'runi the *rown. Cards ................................... l'Ha'l -!> j 4 p. m p m. Bros.
A L,':!\'v' pate glass l s-hade, oinamcnt1 .ll'Ihl'S.. Imise boards, sagging: : dears loans ...... ........... ............. (, v I With impure blood there cannot e p. m. ( p.mIp.a.
: eu 1 with gold and securely locked to utangtts or feed racks out of repair Horses coach grooms, etc.......... li'." I be Rood health. I p. m ,

than staples set in the marble top of a should all now he promptly attended .., ,,,,..,, ,,, i With a disordered LIVER there PAIlI art: rn ltsrsaoa StIPDATeaniseclsto !CaY}
Total ... ,,, KJ > tThese
pulpit !in a church In P.russeK is sold to. Thi-re is nothing like having e\cry- ; : : cannot be good blood. Xard and t tnroPeaiaoola _..,_..___ lit I DR. KINC'S
thing iu condition when it 11Ollh' (- I are the more less axed (a l'aJme&o Pasta and
to cover one of the thorns which formed ierfeet ._'___ IANn
the stock and items! of expense, and any onei\" + DISCOVERYFOR
> to house TRY
; NEW
L a part of t'I.J1' Saviour's 'ruwn. i tiecf--ary ltlll'b' alvsa altA 1:11: II, inI
/ more the crops.i I has ever attempted to keep a personal I
-
i account Know that when jou h.n. utt's Pills THAT COLD.
S3 She :North !sil> of a Tree MnrLrt stilts.
ti on I put down the necessary expanses you TAKE MO SUBSTITUTE.
_, Tb. -ulo of a tree mi which! uio<;t of An interesting and custom Every Woman
o t s p.aure.fue tray add almost as much fur tin V
j
: tte: in.is found ;is the north. If the In southwestern Trance is that of i 11 th"''..uui and one things that may bi- y l' lsiuteresteaandt : : k wal Cures Consumption0' '.
I toes
.
t'a; tree I..* exposed to the sun. its;; heaviest&nd : going/ to market on stilts! Groups cf | grouped itmvc-niently: under the Lead I revivify the torpid LIVER and restore Qt p KURVIL Whirling: Sprat' rum Colds, Bronchitisihni sPneumoniaIIayFevt ,
: hmbb will:! be the south
tJll'.t; : on and mounted
1 young men women on "inc.il.'iital In t +, TL nw i wUti s.riw.c
of
s' i cxpeusec" a :jrwi: { its natural action. I e rlleu'
a4 side! be rtua and > / n. lust -"nlV
high stilts seen' daily crossing:
may
i rral wayit may be ad: that the mili M < tit
the marshy plains known ns "the Lan- i lioiiiitre li.u-lulor who spends fromiS7."i.iH { A healthy LIVER means pure ?jp, Itlku.n Ltuodwr.yralroe5 risy, LaGrippe, Hoar cnel*,

t i + Ante Povulrr. des." "The Landes" are cut up Into blood.-- / Sore Throat and
;: is living his v Croup
) -I'MIJM"I a ;
If
_' I'htf'owtlo'r i< usually made cf ; year M *nma.upply tae ,
sn.all ditches, pools and hummocks, Pure blood health. M %ltl M., uhrptnootlMr.
life. in accordance with the demands means
: .; rou:1' and prepared chalk. Plate pow.cl in almostneoes I I t.it wnd uamp fnr 0.lui'ntM \Vhoopir Comjh.NO .
and stilts are consequence of the time on mca of \\calth.-Ains- Health means happiness. h rvM
root-.il.1
cl
: ; i
r coutaining mercury puts a splendid <;iry to those who desire to traverse | fail l im r t i n.Hj CURE. HO PAY.
poll. .! ou silver, !but is very injurious. them. lev's. I i'ike no Substitute. All Druggists. Room nod aowlua 83 MiBILLCO., Prize 50c. and $I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
I j o Times Bldg.. New York.
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I says of

We made biscuits from Prest and they were perfectly lovely. They certainly were

{ i deUcious. and no trouble at a 1. It surprised me. They were exceedingly good.
ci "F f \VasI1DltOn D. C. October 14th, 1901. (Signed) Mary Helm, ta employ Bishop Satterlea

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-SKIN The NESTING Courtship WOOD Period Is DUCKS.Followedby I I i A SURPRISE AT SEA View WISDOM of a Man OF Who THE Doe.WIDOW.Xot Agree r : iilI1;

a t err Prosaic :Married Life.
With Tony Weller.
When n pair of wood ducks find i ,
I The Ii
I man who marries a girl Just out n
water and a hollow tree to suit, little Ordinal of school I {.
time is l lt in preparing the nest This It was evening in the West Indies. has need of much shrewdness, ; .1:
tact
and fortitude, for the first of I '
rORTURESI task and the covering of the eggs; are Oa a pier erlooking the ocean nearly: year t, rt I'
matrimony produce a violent revolution t;
jK-rformed by the female, for, to the the whole population of the town of D. In her mind. As she learns to 1' I Itj .
I
i Lest of my knowledge, the male does were lounging, the men smoking, the know her husband-she who has never ... I'i' 1-: :I I Ii
I ;
I !little mere than sit around on handy women gossiping; and watching the seen him except when he had his best .0. \ I I

Lulu and look pretty. During the children who were romping on the coat on-she will deem him a brute and for infants and Children. ::'; ,i;' j ; i ,a
period of nest ,
buMnij and while the
heavy planks., One young follow, a fine will be disappointed and disgusted, for '
duck I is laying he is the beau ideal of a Castoria i* a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric << !i 1 1Ii.#
I, handsome and specimen of a man was walking: back she will compare him with that impossible Drops and .Soothriur Sjrups. It is "1(>a Ult. It ;i :;:I : 1 t i
cavalier
loving !
:, ever attt'lltl'e and forth, alternately taking his pipe ideal of manhood which every contains neither Oi iuni, :1Io1'phiue nor other Narcotic .. .

and seemingly most; anxious as from his mouth and pntting It back to girl has In her mind and of which be, substance. It destroys Worms ami allays 1Viorislmess.It 'n ;' ; ,t :

,l. rl I to her whereabouts should she happen i give a succession; of rapid puffs. cf course falls short But with experience cures Diarrliu-a nadViud Colic. It ,relieves Teeth- '' I I,

:, to fet oat of h.s siRht. Hut with the ":\el1 Chumberlin seems uneasy this will come wisdom. In time in? Troubles and cures Constipation! it regulates the ; t I ,

waning of the honeymooh he seems to evening." she will understand that her girlhood'sideal Stomach and Bowels giving: healthy and natural sleep. 'j II f. 1 '
;
-' feel rather bored with the whole business "He's expecting Ilose Bickford! from if she were to have him in the The Children's Panacea-The 3Iother's 1'rieud. : I I.-i" 1 t,.

., and gradually he gets clubby-L Havana flesh, would be an unbearable prig,
-they're engaged, you know The Kind You Have Always BoughBears ; ; :
r e., warders frank his own fireside and and that villainous picaroon, the Mar- and that her husband is about as goodas f'f'J

hunts up another drake or two to help guerita. has been rejKirted scurrying men go and e\"en-If she loves him- 1 the Signature of J'ri; I Il.l J

him loaf away the tummer. The buy about beyond the point there." a little better than the next man. :
little duck keeps her own counsel and l.l;: ; ,
At the moment a sloop rounded the A widow has all this knowledge of ,
I "bits tll1t" ou the dozen or more highly I
point mentioned and bore steadily up men and of the world which a spinster I ,
I
l polished l\'orJlke; eggs crowded together to the wharf. When within hearing lacks. A man talks to a widow freelyas J '

4'1 in a Led of soft decayed wood distance, her master shouted: to one who has found him out. She
.
JfijAnd and down from her breast. "The Mar;ucrita is chasing! ; the Inez. Is expert: in the arts of pleasing him l

e\ery Distressing Irritation Quite frequently the nest is at the We left them ten miles out. both be- and if a bright! young widow sets her In Use For Over 30 Years. hi
i bottom of hollow !
n several feet d'tp.anI cap for a man he can her only I ]
ealmeeLCe cnu"ht a breeze three escape ..... ....... .... .
oft the Skin and Scalp Instantly i no doubt the strong, hooked claws toe U".UII eo. n MU tEV.0" eTxlt T
by flight. A widow has illusions
miles:! ths: side of them and :got nway." no lElMaillJjjII" Jd-: E lL = t.-I '
!I of the wtMkl! duck are a special provision and no ideab. She is well trained and I
Relieved by Baths with All looked at Chambcrlin. fur nil .
for the oft repeat( 'd climbing out knew that the girl lie loved either had used to going double. while the spinster -

of the hollow.-Ldwyu :Sandys; in Out- jis an unbroken filly and is bound to t

(1bIC i !I toft fallen the\ hands or would of the douhtlos pirate.! He siion sat fall downon Into kick up a good deal when she first feels ;'\'- '"' B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPflflY : {: ; :

.
at the Euallle.Sau Francisco
"I the top of one of the! projecting: ; a tug --3f' ,' J,
ij U
rnilltfal to the Last. Bulhtiu. \i
In spiles of the pier and co\cnu h's: face __ \ \ I MANUFACTTREKS AND DEALERS IN ; II } ;
Scotch families
many the old manservant -
&) I with hs; hands.. His neighbors thought: _, __ :.t.. ;I '1 i t''
... is a p'Tiaanent institution. lie raihionnble Life In Italy -" .... I
that lie was giving to his feelings. "' ,: 1
way LUMBER
LATHS
nOAP filters the service of, a family when he This The fashionable season in Italy says i t .' : : ,
was not true--nt least not for
ll is a boy, clicks to his place: and re- Lulgi; Villari lit "Italian Life In Town I ;

il.s! only when the infirmities of age the long.Inez.He was form:ng a plan to save and CouatrIs; from Christmas to SAM CTPBESSSfilSGLES-flMral Eap; y

: are upon him.; Naturally he prows in Easter, the time generally: known as I
nte! anointings with CUTIpnt1LNT I In another:! hour the Alice: the sloop:
A1J
I I time to claim ns rights what were at the C'JrnlLt Naples' Messina and ---z-- PENHACOr.A. FLA.
I : the great skin that had rought the news, sailid ,
A awayunder
first granted 1 him as favors and if he
I some other places there is also a summer '
to be ; !
% d Puget of emollients: [ command of Ned( Chamberlin. ,
ii I is Hiosfd! asserts himself with a spiritof season. Commenting: on the peculiarities -
1
f J, in se\ere cases, by mee I The moon slightly\ past the full came }
independence. An Lnglis-h paper ofif\ e among the upper F
; > of CLTICLRA: RESOLPILLS tolls up out i.f the water illuminating all COALAWZUWE rjD .
a story illustrative of this. I' clashes, :Mr. Vtll.irl says: ,
to cool and cleanse within the circle of the horizon. The a ,
A lady's (coachman a crusty old fellow "Ital'Riis even in the grandest establishments -

HeMJ I This is the most speedy, win had been in the service of t, breeze l i gait; to die away and bid fair do not wear e\eKig; dress EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA GER TRADF Ii .
and economical! curer to cease altogether. This the
hope
{wrnncnt. the family In her father's time, gave gave for diu'ur unless there I Is a party. A :
jrturms; .disfiguring, itching, her that'I the picaroon had not l>een able to THIS WINTER THAN EVE'1 fEF( HI:1 -1j I
trouble
great and annoyance on black coat: is enough; for ordinary purr
bleeding, scaly. crusted, :i move against the Inez. The Alice with- i I
tarnir.; several occasions by not carrying out poses. .\ few men who wish to be particularly / ; ;tl tli
of Jt
Ira Olmrl humours, with loss her dnstrii:'tlons. At length his conduct i iii another two hours was becalmed, fashionable wear a smoking SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCini. : ,
compounded.i but nott.'l'forel'll Chamberbn l f ;
hi:' became unbearable, and she determined -i j on coat with a black tie, which garmentis
MMrtcd the horizon two in the doldrumsI Olsen & Co. I;
"i" SIP, by to dismiss him. Calling him into I ships sufficient for all sate very large din Thompson, : 1
.r pn-tlt'r\iOKI'Unf'iDK which he "
I strongly suspected were theI r
:..r cleaning the'I<'alp hor presencehe said with as much I ner parties:: and balls. On the other ::41

'ir luir, fur Mittenlntr, asperity as she could command: I ones he sought. Ordering half a dozen hand tlll'relrl' occasions when a man Manresa Street, Tele,:l fneEST,1BL1SHED J47. .: I/

.. and men to man a boat, he sent them aheadto __ .
ltd, routh, I..re"h "I cannot stand this any longer, John. dons his dress clothes by day. It is de .,
id Irritation, and fort tow the sloop and while it was still \, !
> You must luik out for another situa rigueur lit court functions, even in 1863. "
.., .Itb. and nun*ry.r '
night placed her between the becalmed
'r r o 1 '\P. 'ot.. Ciinn-iT tion. You will leave my service at the I mornings! and at weddings. Indies

I '!:,.I.. i,*::.t.I.Hl-hOUM.... l'.n*. l'oT N!, end of the month." ships wear vats; at the theaters except on \
I ". ', .., ..... ol. 1..I.. IIooIOD. The old servant looked at her in At the first gray light in the east the gala L':'ghts. They display more jewelry McKENZIE OERTINQ & CODEAUK8 .. iL .
I! young captain brought: his glass to bear
---- I amusement for a minute, and then the by day than English ladies. The
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i i first on one, then the other of his neighbors -
Inn* characteristic
Prrnrb bread "loyalty" came to the Italian aristocracy! hate magnificent

r ,,1' 1- not only roqulr- SUl face. 1 and soon made up his mind that jewels, and even in quite small towns 1 and General K rdware

t laws rt' anlin; ":\a. na, my lady" he said. "I drove the one on his port was the hues, the where there I is no great wealth the old Ship Chantey .

'l I, aw i told at what you to the kirk to be baptized, I drove j other the Marguerita. Breathing a sigh famil'es\! can make a fine display. The ::11))
SOS AXn 605 d. PALAKOX HTItKKT.
'1 !ht! I l.reaiL. lie I Is fur- you to your marriage, and I'll stay to I, of relief he leaned against: the taffrail\, tall hat is only! necessary at marriages
folded his arms and waited. LO-3i33MO1V --- ,
A certain sum drive ou to Our funeral." I I funerals
': i >* a j j 'I and at court. Young men of '
: .t% fifth? municipal I, What was he waiting for? There was fashion wear it also when paying: calls REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S BOIS8: CO.'H < : iI

,-, U of ffaod belia- Hi* tttlt1tl111SisterToni | not a gun on his deck: nor protruding, during the season." Among the bourgeoisie I GALVANIZED WIRE P.OPi, A. RUr-!EL & SON'U PUMPS. ,J l ,

fortified cities lie baby haven't we you wen? Irs.ewpop's I from were portholes,visible below and, they but half were a lounging dozenmen : veiling"! clothes: are hardly evirworn Guns Esrdsgi PII: !I, 6s!! E tas9 t! lnslrnceBU! nut; litim, Ckiiii :, r .'
-
','il of flour at all.
iuantity Hrothtr-Yrs, but I'm afraid Mrs. COMPASSES. l ru. i
.rliUo about apparently waiting for nbieeze. LOGS 'F ,
I. turi: oinor- I New-pop mu,t think I don't take any When the sun came up, there Illn Insomnia-Completely CnreJ. C. McKeuzle Onrtlu< Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent As! o 'i t :
interest in babies elation.
was a stirring aboard the picaroon,
: "j < f similar; import "They tell me you have cured yourself .
Sfcttr-Of course. If you don't ask while the crew of the Inez raised
every "
of chronic insomnia.!
1 Im ut'urcoj with
questions about It thr- :' sail t> lw ready to take advantage of l !
I'm cured. I ;
'
"Yes
.t i bak>r ever completely THE GARDEN SECTIONPensacola :
II.tlll'r-Iut I did ask a question 1 '
; j the first morning breeze. Vain hope! f
I' t'U'1 "It must be a great relief! i
asked if it could sit up ou its l liiiid legspod !I Xo breeze came. Presently the pica-- "Relit! 1 should say it was! Why. i I
---- o-OF--o '
beg y I roan assumed the appearance' of a daddy C I
1 lie wake !half the night thinking!

PILES : I'r.fv ] longlcgs! sweeps being; thrust from I how I used t<> suffer from it.Clestlaud Florida.t J JI

: t- it; ,-' r rp.tltHible i her sides, and she began to mo\e. Ned; Plain Dealer. ; 'j

-. \1 t-" "f li .'d dry faeces, A r..m|'nri iuii. :i Chaml'crliii's. only hojie was that she I : ,

"' :, f>'l", ; r-> on the "Ilow'd ye like! the Iwturcr at' the i would stop by the way in her jouruty ----- '- : Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i'!' ; ; ;I {

-'I', ,'II! -Xfrnt; that the town hall list!: night. SiV" j I'' toward the Inez to take the bll1op. Ill I' Jr1i

'. "in'.iod: j interfered "(;Treat! He was a Itoston: feller an', I this he was not disappointed. The Mar1 | I9rQ' Beautiful Lots for Sale. ''jif 1 ; !
1
a I i I. tin- rectum l bar I swan. I never laughed: so baid in my guerita was obliged; to make a slight fhlr signature It en every box of the genuine I. i } .

i ril!* J h the re- life. He uiiiii.1 knew'1'1.more"-Ialtll:1oreml'ricau.long words than a. :: saw angle that to reach she was the sloop heading and directly when Ned toward | ;Laxative llromo=Quinice Tablets 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according : :. :

nigro the remedy tint cures a cold in one day
I him he seized! a basket standing I to location and surroundings. 'i : ,
.ution:' by using
I I -- --- ---- 1! on the deck and climbed{ the ratlines. Marston : '
i t i the will $ Quina have
I'llfs TllERK IS ONE KATIOXAL WAY tO, ;
I 11 j !si I
Mi/ I'\riCUllA: / J N cnii : ipplied dil'l' to the utrcctf-d membrane. laughing In his slee\e nt the fool somevery High, Dry Fertile Lands !1 : I \

; 'ritatin:? effects, it ; The remedy i i.. Klv's Cream I who had! !pulled directly in his way dub j!j Wash Stands very cheap. I I ,

I d; in .idv.inccd ca- e"1 I li.Uni. It retorethe" !.lined tis lag: the ni htl'lll'bunIJl'rIu. Just the thing to ;o with i The grandest opportunity for investment ever ;1' < j ;t'
'
ft. Sold by : :\ : kept his eye fixed on I 1 1 ,

dryin i the picaroon and when he saw the Iron Beds.- cffered in Pensacola. ; : 'j i "
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---- --
gives back the lo-t .sene of tatp !
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grappling !irons fixed to the side
port :Medical)
ft li\tr '. I and .melt The utlerer who U tiredf he concluded that they were makingready ; Society Attention. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. 'j(: i t -
vain experiments should use There will be a regular meeting of .
\ "r'i -h! :11101Jhl'Y" ami board
to his
starboard.
Cream Halm. Uiujrgisu "f-ll it for on Calling ,he PensacoU Medical t Society at 1 r i ii ii
ai'il I death" are left 50 cts. Ely Jlr+,ther-", tit l Warren to the men on the duck below he i I he Board of Health offce it .8.V. 01 bs .

,i ritual what do the :Street, New York will mail it. ordered them to swing the gaff on I clock p.m. Tuesday. Dec 9 and 23. mNl ut1 : d : ;

-i. '.'CM'! tut'Uitthvs- -- i which he stood to the starboard and I Visiting physicians are cordia'lynvited Ill i

Wise by Experience. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I t !
peacePasta1111crreed lash It. When the pirate came to with- to attend. ,. :
rr3. Ha her l let her boarders (1- 'I 'r
:
: : in fifty feet and was slowly rounding I DR.W. C. DEWBERY, -.- ., J

:tom.---; die by vote whether the turkey toward the sloop, Neil ran out to the I Ii I President. F.O. BRENT WM. H KNOWLt.H; W. K, HYKK. JR., J, H, ItKKHK.President. (; :. I i
should be ,boiled roasted broiled i I DR. L. DEM. BLOCKER I'
> : i peak and holding on to a line with his !1 Vice.President. Cttliipr.! An't Ca.hier r' i tt
'. I"n: the gratitude of fried, stewed or (,teas=(-l.Ylmt ." left hand began to swing:: with his 112 tU Secretary.The .

: ',i .\<. in I'ifii. the mate- "\ was the decision's""The ;i right a ball on the end of a rope in circles I ;
,
1 t is the iiiility of the about his head. I I : '
i hoarders were :governed by Presently letting Firstationai Bank
:\i '
in- \\ '
past experience and voted unanimously go the rope, it slipped through his lin Tonic <
-- ; % paiExcellence.
.
that the be gcrs, aud the !globe landed 1 on the pirate's !
turkey put i r '
i N auth a hundred detk.
There
grOlltf"t was an explosion:

< !'i.irl'* La nil i. through all the processes.l'hiladelphia i 1 the deck was ripl{>ed to piece, *, .ind OF PENBACOLA. FLJ j.! ;
Xorth American.Obvious t 'I I
thiee-uuartws of the men on it were l rrA Ii : \

's'- 111"\.' and. Tar! always 1 1I 1I i j 1 blown to atoms. The shock di: lodui'd ,, DXFt.EO: OR.al:: "I' ; .
if e ni>Ji tad !h nl" the lunifs.ub I Result. t
-' ;nut.-;, \\'. A. D'Al ni- I I Ch.imberlln. who fell fortunately escaping I IV'M.I.RNOWLF.3'V' A. BLOUI.'T F.:C..IsRE.''I #, K. HYKB. JL f ; I. ;

_!'I I H I' dafx
a1ci: 'd the orator in that wild, hoarse he was dragged back ou to his M-SI.I Ii I ; J'f"1" i I;;I t:

P. NEr! SALVE tnit'whipl'r: that is more impres- i The hatches of the sloop were opened.!
j- ------ ..-. ::=) Mthan the loudest vociferation I and out rushed fifty men armed with The best specific remedy for ti n Mi h ul 4 S I :
f C-r Q : :...In th., worlcioCAS'.ORIA ".1 Ei'rlaud:: ever plants her foot on, rifles and cutlasses with the former of I Malarial and Typhoid I JlfllEti Q? ( dei m x m} g % liltf :; t-!; i !


I'r': j l'lI'i'l'( ,. lon. ;;?*' | which they shot every living man on Fevers, ; W I' l
the Colds, Influenza, e''Lc. I
picaroon.On
1. "1 < s." iiu-kilt!. replied a man in the Inez the captain, the crew k. F. fIrWe draw oar own Ellis of change oa Great Britain, relate I : ,

F ;r Plants and Children the iudience. 'She will raise a crop ; and the 11al>senzl'rli'ntdle..1 the M.irpuenta I Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland!:: I 'aln. Uelirlam; : rcebla, P-ri :

Ik, KM!: d You Have Always Bong I of corn- !*'Chicago Tribune. I approach the sloop not doubt I way'woe. Denmark and other European: conntr'ee. i f : I lXf'sVesgel'

Ing that the 1.ltll'r0111.1 !
i fall an !
3c r -Vik'C I Ki.r Over 'n.y'f'nrM.. : and that they \\'ochll'OOtI ste cisyprey hlri 1 CURES WEAK MEN FREE. I : Disbursed upon the K< yFi TTEIK, and sits I I
// > Port of f-snrsilon Ter !
i MKS.! \\iNnLows SOOTHING BYRCp hat Obl'ationaTrtkBnPsyiblea or Fifteen DIiy1 ;
.. .- > 1 | ('n'wukin! the plank after which aft' VlJaillj} Arrlnphere, I i l
used for
been over sixty milllonectmothers I
by I ?
years f
the pirates would turn their attention ___ 1 !
for tbfir children while teething I Ilucates lake and a Happy Home
i 1 with p"rtrctsucoe's. It 100ths the child tn the Inez There was scnredj' a for All 7 S fet Deposit Boxes for Rent: In Qrt.nectior I .; i

FOh! 's Tar oWtens the ganisAiaT all pnin cures wind weipon'lionrd.. and the ship rolled! fffil How any man may quickly cure btn-*ll I with which WA hivrn a P"ivn u rtsarat fir tbpDra i I"f'

) Hony and ', colic and In the beat remedy for IMtirrtnch j I helplessly!\ in the long swells Suddenly after yrarsofutrrnng. from sexual ..eftk1 tn"']tt',... i + "
I lo t vitality night losses, varicocHe.
ness !
tur'Ms.. prevents pneumcciaFf'l It will relieve the poor little su:Ttrer 1m- there w;'s a boom, and a cloud uf 'mallw"llk fUll -
and to
-_ _.___ __ I etc., enlarge organs i i
-- '.L mediately. Sold by Druggists in every cart snokthut up from among the twoce 1 sizf and \igor. Simply send your name -- i

---- of the world. Tsrenty-flve cents a battle ; si'Is! ;!:ey could not at tint: tell I and address to Dr. Knapp Medical to.. 1M: 9 I
WE YOUR HOME FREE !
Hull Building. Detroit. Mich and tbey. [ WILL FURNISH :
<<; EY DISEfi3E3 He sure you ask for UM rs.WinsloWs Sootb- from which: hut presently! saw that will gia'llr tend free receipt nun all directions : ; f
f lag Syrup and take no other kind so tbat any man niav.easily cure him-
d- I thel4'1\ was nnliarn'cd. while the seltat home. This certainly a most eeo- Wnt* tMter for mr lnn-1 r I

..- ..., l : w.-.ist of the pirate: showed a ;great gap. erous offf,and the ff'lJ01l'101ll'XlracU taken: ;rpi Old Olllr Iw 11 what iwratnl l.aulu.'at.lr Mriuiiii ueue RCAn fIILJ LTTLRS Y : ;
GOLA from their UMly mail show what men think {_ KTI| fur ,m tr.o, vin ud t r J
= nc ; !
t.oe tbo to= <@ Puffs of smoke appeared\ on thesloop's M t .at roa -
tit law d I d a' I of their gennroMty. narrarw N'rIa't'.rs 4 ; : : ;
{ deck growing less. frequent till "fear I'lrs-Pieaf accept my sincere |iiir' laiwrof a t.. x u..;. arL .. 1
(lag. and Corn at last all was quiet. Then and not till thanks for yours of recent date I bare r -i t eh/N'rt-fr.mei.tth-.t>r Ltir of l'nun. n.a :
; Grist Weal Mills trl'almpot" } I
; given your thorough test and r .' .utslutheo, ,. gat i eaetawran.alwtre. .
| then, they liczan to realize that they thebeneatha9been extraordinary It has hniur'R nth i'la5.aaC.ke 1, .

F tVJ:: J0K1KEY69KIII I i< ': |1&. p. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, tad Iw-en saved, end a wild cheer went vigorous completely*braced when a ntfi boy up.and 1 am you Just cannot an r } 436b, P t t th.ahartwhnwsoaexfbzrs 1'IaWarrlrth.rtlraunfw'/r.wNt, ,' ',, 1 r f t, J.

) I eR1tHtI ;, up which was answered! by the men on realize bow happy I am." J' wt Mns be 1'Irrc lnarr geta 1 ,
ManatactcrertHOICK tnPM rata tran4tndy J+ ra" I a i :
-l I the I "l>ear sirsoiir! ml'tbodorkl'tI beauti xdt., *t.ful.mtafm I : 1, i'+ '
sloop. .t--
Results Rats v i
MKA b'&NI)1'UIiEG1tOUYI fully. were exactly whrtine'ded. rieri r UeiiisiL r I ?11 i '
i A feL'1lnutl'i liter a boat left the Strength and vigor hare completely returned t, .m .pn 'YI'tI d+'.4 i:: n4 I'n t KH' ( Lam < ..u-r, uil.v 1 a I IwI
w::Y rca.., 4. Ccctilfli HOCK FEKD. I and enlargement i entirely satis i II"t cnrurw H iiitM K .-.- { F
victor and headed for the :1.,1" ,
side of the -
I rk* ra iMwarf \i- vMMI .i fs
factory. ,
"C't ... Fitroniie Homo Industry for there !i I .aiiirt-ii' n I ,
1 ts4__':'.llz., ;I' IiT..e : 'very reason you s iOU id bay your Meal aa( Inez. When It reached the ve-nl. Neil, hear Siri-Yours was received and I bad rt.. .p. (1 \1 5 i fern ct > t-t \*-r .if
fZ,8 ... <-oot Feed from the Home Manolactarer no trouble In makine u->e of the receipt a- l" : f, W i-l r ., '. .
.. _t a..p. J. rr/... f Chamberlin. followed by his first oiH-! : \ IT td ;
\I, 'I &I. ) .... i or by to doing yon eucourare borne Indtn.rr. i j dlrlet..d.and can truthfully SIIII. a hOOD i .J' tt \ t v- t
r\5 . \oormoat'y is left In the community car, climbed her side and in another weak! men. 1 am greatly unproved I In ID J..I. .. .. utir'muvo. ... ', i.' I 1.
t*;'!. t ? *ry.-Ksfl: j.nd you in turn are Indirectly benefited !locked In the eras cf sue.strength and vigor" .a-; 'h U.t: \ 'yt : u. 't d I i1I
moment was
'"-. ur1 if.4v \ I fostering the hone mnncfactarer yet I i 'III correspondence 11 strictly confident SAL 'ONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. LOUIS MO i i is
I 'cDtrlbnte to tbe ca018e of labor. Yon ow Rose BicLford.MYRA i tlal. mailed In plain, sealed envelnpe.| Thai I ,

if' .'\LE)!TIF.FTE. I'|'j 'blcb t to the ooctrlbates community to in your which support.yon live ant : ETHEL WESTBROOK. every receipt man Is free to have lor the it. asking; and they can t ai






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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 1902

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FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYI .

PIG CAUSED I Young DrummersWe [ SENTENCED I MARITIME. -.....

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BIG TROUBLE want Industrious boy and girl to PRISONERS : .

become a drummer every for "(Mil) LUCK" Baking !i ''A: .!tRn'97, Razetto KD. ,Valencia! to I'I I $1-20 I $1.20 I $ l.9. j a

Powder. It can be made very profitable to them. I i I Nor st Volund,671, Pettersen, Belize toJ $ :
Call at puce on all of your married bisters, : A Iefrat d 1'0 I .
MASCOT ON AMERICAN BARK CONVICTED PERSONS ARE GIVEN I I; Am sfh Olive T Whittle, 4J3.: Sawyer \\jI .
cnugiui auuu and friends and ask them to tare Birhadnefi to I A Merrill Coi oa Sill .
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FIGURES IN' BIC TROUBLE. you the wrtluns" from the COOl) LUCK" TERMS BY JUDGE BEGCS. i! t JV Mwe.1 L bt Wllticii! liI.d&no Co;4'. selander. Liverpool I ..PAID.. ...?AR! :

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cans. del your mother to iii>lala the matter ea .
b
l -- to you thoroughly i THE SHIPPING. e. PAl R !

I Because Henry r.ickteward of Eight prisoners who had been con. NON.QS..QOLI .1. .Qh.u.i

the American bark M.:: Marys, did Richmond, 1'irgioia. victed of various offenses in the VESSELS i'S"PORT. I j jSTEAMSIIIFS. |

f3 : not feed a pet pig on that ve,:el yesterday -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I criminal court, were sentenced to Dutch Amstel!, 1169 Pauger, to John A';
d I I25252SC.525 Merrill A To : FOR A LADIES' LACE PATENT TIP EXTKXS';i\
he and Captain L'weryen- 25is52 62.5S;: different terms of imprisonment today Br Lnpenor 1651. Rodbam, to Peasaola II[
Lumber Co i iBrCairncrag SOLE SHOE. WE
KNOW OF BETTER !I'H ,1--
i-i2ed in a fight, resultihg in the arrest N by Judge Beggs. Names of I 1951. Gibson, to Gulf Tran I

of the two. Capt. Lowery, in SOCIETY EVENTS U Uj prisoners otlenses and sentences are Bit lir Co Cento. 1U1. Adams to W 8 Keyser Co BUT NOWHERE CAN YOU FIND THEM! .\ -

I wed Ester,leed, Horndahl, to L it S R R
h advancing on the steward: pulled his as follows: GOOD AS THIS: ONE UNLESS YOU PAY A HL '
CoBr Heathfield, 1CT, Clock moor, to Gulf
i revolver and made an attempted AND PERSONALS j ,1 Callie Wright aggravated as- Transit <'0 TER PRICE. IF YOU LOOK AT THIS OXK: ,
tier llorta it'-'l, hems to Pensacola
gesture toward using it, but Sicks : sault; three months in county jail, Lumber Co M VY ANSWER: YOUR PURPOSE FOR
rnl Br Tnornly, K.7 Major, toW L Wittich
AV the move grabbed the Land : term to begin at expiration of pres- 4 ('o
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Br Vermont :!;:?!, Klowse to W C
; wrenched the gun away and carried I|, ent term of six months for perjury. man
The Misses Griffin's dancing class span Ylvina 1\1-3\ Ruiz. toGulf H'ger-I
I it to the police: station, where he' will meet tonight at St. Joseph's 'I 1 :Foster Hawkins assault and battery bllll'S. 1.20

It Kuphemta! It": ', Bitrtoletto: to Southern '
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made: an affidavit charging his cap. all. ; G) days in jail. States Lumber Co I

1, i I It Trojan lee, Bertalotte, to order
with the assault. Mrs.l I |
a um pistol : The )Ir, and Mrs. JcLDrou and Ernest; Beale breaking and enter. It Vanloo 1UI.; Mo. o. to Kosasco Bros "till.ra&J&i .

: :p case against; the captain: was di*- Ben D. Beers pent 'fljank'jrivin.; in j I 1 lag with intent to commit a telony; Ital\anduora VeltlAl'n..la, 13ml., Perronl.111-i. to 11 to Haars H II llovtritr Co !

rj' '1.1''Ed tnis morning. but a charge: < f Milton, the guests of Mrs.V.. G. i I five years in the state penitentiary. < ilkommon Co l' to, Grlmps, to b Pbhotter (..

; +a ? .irrying concealed weapon wasf McWhorter.Annnuncement. j I!|!I John )Monday sault and battery; Nor Arizona Jorgensen HABKJ to M H Sullivan '' ID Y Hn VU eo1 \< AAAAA1\

J ...aie l by the city against Capt. Low- is made of the I I six months in the
"i county jail. It Kianca Ccsanova. s>, Maznatdi, 0l'arcdt.v
to which charge be will answer marriage of Mr. Max Klein and Jo J SI.20 I \ $1.20
t try Miss Estelto Talk, to occur next )I Raney Cook, petty larceny; one It i avi'.f L, ..7*. tilllrpln, to Pensacola }
Lumber Co
a : r- irrow. Tuesday evening at S o'clock. The i j year in the state reformatory.Jim Nor: ltlI1J1.. (,fiuaderson lo order < > FEET FURNISHERS I
rue st. Marys U at Railroad llal G laniarrl, t.argutlntoordrr/;
f ceremony will take! place at Temple I I Bell assault with intent to It Fe Icina Kerara, HJK, Cliiatza. to

t \1\\. trf. Yesterday the crew wanted Beth-El. I I Pen'ico Lumber Co FOR CASH 3.jniB.
murder six months in the state O-'LY. !
tr ( ; hat VI rida, 111:. aleorno, to Pnrodi A ('0Nor J..PAIL >
e;: I'!! money: and it* refusal: earlier: Dr. G. Goldstein who hrs been 1 I penitentiary at hard labor. Luster Jo mane, 7::.', FuUesin, to Pensacola ,
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the wjtk started tae trouble located at the cambia for the past Chas. Mack assault with intent LotueMoore, 74, SheppardtoJno
;; to A Men lit *Co 102 South Palafox Street.
k 1' '/ '.terd\y ufteruoon the trouble was month, left for the eastern: part of :i'murder I! seven in the state Itttnli, Mos'so, F.<). to FnBowe.tCo UrI rVr1 vvvvvi
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years Nor P.onmq'19, TnbUssen, too-der
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*i the state and wishes to thank the i
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iVj when the f It Peuaooola :,Ktnionetle: to Parudi A''
a ; M renewed captain came public for the generous patronage I! penitentiary. CoIt .
_. ) aboard! and wanted to know if the ,, Paola Angelo.ll.HJCaralla: ,' to Baars '
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accorded him. | Bam Ford, assault with intent to Co ESTABLISHED 1 JS93. ..i& TEEPfTO -
: had been fed. The steward said Br Rollo,r Jenkins, to master I
T ttF.iE pig T. E. Welles; returned lat night i murder; five years in the state peni- Lumber Port Klo Co liouro, Magauo, to Pensacola I I ..... .."..."..... ......... -- ...... --
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24 no. and the good master refused to
.inir from Marianna, where he had been tiary. Am Kt Mary(NI Lowery to order

k partake of his own lunch until thepl't 'Ion, a shooting trip. He reports the :, At 3 p. m. today a motion for a Nor NorSlgrid,10.ii'elleriion.l'\uperb.I"! "',:II II ID It. to to order Sullivan Co

.4 c : pi; had been regaled on a plate quail as; plentiful on the red hills cf new trial of Jack Alford, convicted Nor Rus Tabitba.Waltlkka UJ4! ,Uanielsen'-', Bloom,to to order order MY FRIENDSAND

( r'pti Jackson Gerj Wind'ibrani, livi Haase, to master
of soup."hen ticks was county, and says he killed
commanded
: of arson, will be heard, and it is expected
1 the limit-23; to a day. 8CHOOXEB9.
t1. : gun-every
p ta satisfy the "rooter's"hunger I I that court will finish for the Am Brothers, 125 Kelly to master
: he E. F. Bell, who has been holding Am lljalmar,5T;>, Axelsen. to master PATRONS.
refused recollecting that I present term this evening. Am Mary Lee Patton is!!, btetman: toW
: down the night clerk's desk at the B Wright Co
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his had been Hfu ed. Then
F pay the Am Lavlna M Snow :;'2, Sawyer: to 8
't trouble Merchants hotel, resigned yesterday j Do you want a magnificent watch I:! Leo
zL started Am T W Dunn'34. Brown to Jno A Mer-
t and left for Mississippi. where he | for little money? If so, call on ritt i SO-OCCUPYING NO. 327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. -',

ft 1 ., Captain Lowery started into the will be married in a short time. W. : Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate Br: Royalist, 111, Vandersand, to order

galley and was met the L. Johnson has been chosen to
x I A r by steward succeed you. WHERE I CARRY OX A
9 ri i vl i him. If you want a nice present to giveto I
F A who pushed him out. Then the pistol -
k41'1 ? a friend, go and look through the
38 t was: drawn.Evidenceas. Rev. J. M. Daunelly thi forenoon RAILROADMEN'S elegant: line of suitable articles at STRICTLY EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE

adduced today did not received a telegram stating; that his J. I. Stephens, you surely can find i

father-in-law, X. K. Stephens, had I something to please you. If you
}j make out a case of assault.; : Both want anything in the Diamond line
i I ijust died at Louisville, Ala. Mrs. LIQUOR BUSINESS
be him before :
sure to see
!' MEETING you buy.
.tptaiti; and steward were defend- I i I
.j- I e Danuelly wa by her father'side I

a .ts this moriiinj. when death came and had 1Ili-ter- I Foley's Honey ami TarI
I AND CARRY FILL LINE OF
i 91 P- ed to his wants during;: his; Blue?. brchiIJrcn.safe.sure. 4\0 opiate,
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Mr. J C. Comer of i
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.1 BIG HEW' STORE LIVELY TIME ONBAYLEH will meet with the various local: I:1 Hot Rolls, at 5 pm.., lOco Whiskies Brandies *

doz., at Solomon's.Try : ,
railroad organizations at Odd Fel-
; ij'r OPENED FOR BUSINESS i
STREET lows Hall tomorrow morning at 9:30. { Gun ther's Candies at

---- { Members of the B. L. E., the Order Solomon's. <:4 Wines and Cordials\ ,
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1 'p* 4 The big stcrf of Kn..; & Co., ou : of Railway: Conductors, the Brother I
a hood of Railroad: Trainmen the <'HI 'V ><>TICKW.XX i IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC. I
YOUNG MAN'S COSTLY RESIST
; 1., ground thor cf the Thieenbilling
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wg Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen r NEITHER tho captain,owner* i -
t' t ,, opened up fur popular I I'I'.r:=:. nor contlgn of ,tbe Swedbark l
t 1+ 4..s'"fl ANCE OF AN OFFICER. and all unorganized associa-; I / i.Iadar will be re
favor this afternoon, although noL sponciblefordebts contracted I ity-I AM SOLE AGENT FOR-:
-- i tlons are requested to be present for I by the crew of said vessel
a-ticla oll red f-ir sole. The :
J ; was ISEL.o\S: liE 1(,
c 1 Green Holt and Bob Brown, white j the purpose of hearing Mr. Comer's I Witticb & Co.. Captain !I
+ 4 ?a t, public will be accommadated to- I Con-Ignee. :"oni Monogram No. II I 1 Brookfield Rye
address on the great union meeting i ,
defendants several I II I
'a )urow beginning at S a. in. mea were NKITHKK tile '
I captain owners -
".'.lrt -two pretty young ladle: charge before Mayor June today; i to be held in Pensacola and Montgomery I / Nor nor s. consignees Volund will of the be )no. Crabbies Cdebrated Scotch Whisk .
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I next June. The wives of all ; responsible for debts contracted -
Brown Holt
-ide at as many counters and will was discharged and was by the crew of "ld8*) '
t I members are especially invited to be G. A. PKTKKSK.N.A !
4 t :rlad to serve their friends. fined #2) I. I ;; i 0., .Retain. Special Reserve 3 Stars Pyramid and
present on this occasion I i onsignei. :"Dot ,
; It was about 2:30 yesterday after-

n'ion that a blast from a police whistle
Bud
.. M. P. BONIFAY A Startling Sarjiris1. \veisser Rye,
s" I summoned OUicer Inram to Wilson
j I j Very few could believe In looking GeoKje

d A VERY SICK MAN JanW bar.Trouble i'!; at A. T. Hoadl-y, a healthy, robu-t AND SEVERAL OTHER PROMINENT BRANDs-AI.-i: I ."
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blacksmith of Tilden Ind., that for
started: from the first. ten years he suffered such tortures J {, FOR THE FOLLOWING CELEBHVTED BEKH-
-- Brown was taken in charge and from IiTirumatijin :a* few could fndure i Union Depot Store.

} = 4 Mr. M. P. Bonifay, clerk of the placed in the patrol wagon aud the, ', change; aud followed IIVP.! his But taking a wonderful Electric Fresh Eggs, Chickens, Turkeys Budweiser, Indianapolis and Culmbacher Imptrrto

:h\1l1I criminal court, H reported as being otlicer went for Holt. This man did Bitter Two bottles wholly curedme
," he writes, 'and I have not felt | Etc., Received Daily. --
( > very sick today at his home, corner ROtfavortheidea of riding; in the 1 a twinge in over a year." They I
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o'Reusand Chase: streets He ha* wagon;:; and said ;so. Gracing a i regulate the Kidney: purify the : Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts of All
blood and cure Rheuinati'm Xeural Descriptions.Choice .
'I" b-en in bed for aboui a week. C. L. friendly post he held on for deal ; i.i. Nervousness, improve digestion Alfred Moog
Plant Oysters Always on Hand
V S'.iua: has been actiias, clerk. 1 life and defied the whole police forceto and give perfect health. Try and Opened Day or Night. ,
them. Only 50 cents atV.. A.
}: put him in the wagon. Ollictr' D'AlembertB's drug store 121 S. Pal- l"u K MEALS AT ALL Horun.

t rouu CO?IFOHT. Ingram and Etheridge with a sum. I, afox street. PRICES REASONABLE. Mail Orders Solicited. ..' ,' 527 S. Palafox Sr'.:1.
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c l Cutd Water rinUerlir.tl" a Ucliffm! ber of specially deputized citizens,

&t, p t'u.tuut l'1,11'.e. finally got him in the wagon; and a:
mwthiQwmth SAMUEL
Our American pe.iple, who are CHARLES,
he went up the steps he kicked Officeiiugram
\ ntrvou-. and >ver-aiiied, would i
'r; f k never drink coffee if they: knew !iw under the chin and smashed j 1 BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
., well and clear-tieaded would beEiSffii
,r : they
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the Ulcer's helmet. Some of the
t t. ; Wltnou:It. IIIt ''t .L
r ;1 "'When I wi: a little chilJ." says witue--es" for Holt tried to make: it Alligator REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
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r *f t': ;? Mi** M. D'AU of Topt-ka. Kan:: I that the officer had struck UNION* .< % .*;2CKi2iJ3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hhoe Leather au' h
# t.( commenced the drinking of cctTfp.Naturally appear V.
: nervous, it Made tn. a" Holt as he lay in the wagon; but this;; (jcj '(IMIOM &it. UOTSOI-III<< FALAKOX STUKKT
of. of.
DEPOT
'r' its? the years went on. a imt iniprable:
; wretch, always m an uuaatur.il state was denied by a majority and was; Saloon. iw. J JTHOS. I
';. of excitement.: I found as I grew not considered by the mayor. h :s.s : .: STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Try one of our celebrated

i S'4 older that I would at tiuie stiver I II. $ S. Felt ,Mattreaa' s.
y as :a drunken per"on. It was cotfae After the little scrimma/e, which CONDON, Captain,
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g fir 1 had no desire to drink any- created no end of excitement a warrant C. NORMRN They never pack or groin
(I ttlUS' in liquor will make regular trips between lumpy. Better than altar
r My health wa very bad ai>d n;:; was; made against! OUicer In- P1ttPIt1ETOIt. Pensacola, Point Washington; and
at the pn> e.
brother and 1 were talking of qult- mattress, half
gram but the charge was later: with- Freeport. Leave Baylen street
tiu cotTee when I was stricken with Marston) & Quina.
RETAIL
WHOLESALE AND
DEALER
t IN wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive -
drawn. A score of witnesses volun-
typhoid fever. Upon my recovery
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t''t G0'c 't my brother wi-ely allowed me no teered testimony forthe city. at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. ]I

;1; > coffee:: and said if f wished to be well\ --- ---"- Wines Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. FO SEED OATS,
t c again I must stop its me. Liquors Cigars. I I
t. and arrive at Pensacola 6
p. m. same ..
!'orl number of year! cold water ANOTHER FIREYESTERDAY day. }Fare round trip. $5; ; one way Seed Rye and Chicken Wheaton >
'i Igo was mont\ drink, but thi, was $::3. 12nlm the Mellen-Crosby Compai.-: ''
f= .. t. poor comfort until about three years I
: ago a package cf Postum Food Coffee ; the Alcaniz street watehonse.
; wa left at our house.Ve prepared MORNING SOLE AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING NAVAL STWUJS MAKRKT. Phone 334. :#! '.c. !

1 t it a* directed: aud found a BRANDS OF STRICTLY PURE AND ____ r
deported Dally for The Newt bj f
wholesome, delicious drink ; more FIRST-CLASS: WHISKIES: : .* v+ j jt Union Naval Store Co. You can get house
your
than tin, it has strengthened me
without causing" ; tbo=e terrible 'aftPrI I 1 A fire broke out in the house of a0811I.I furnished complete at .M ar. "

,, F *' effects', formerly left upon me by Charley Thompson on Ea-t Zarra- Brookhill, Edgemont, Old Prentice, I WW _n. .... ,n.. tt 15 H__...._.- ......11I *> } I

-" 4 c tIee. WO... .. ... .. S75 O.._ ..... ...... I10 stonitjQuina's on easy payments
y "I recommend Postuci to all my gossa street yesterday morning, but Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. N_ ._ a3I l r __.. .. ..._ I 50 weekly monthly f!

_ 1'j =a t11 friends and in my varied experience.I was speedily extinguished by the ;i y no ..... 51k j i. i

find it a safe drink without effect i, K ._ ......-..-- 53 D_._.-...._-. I *J We will launder your spreads for
tbe nerves and the only one department. The blaze which The Cdebrated Atlanta Beer I
: :; : ou tje *g I L. .__ j (6 CQbelow.14I 15 cents each and make them look
with has filled felt
which me a long
have .
started in the fireplace might 8.UITI Tuaraariaa-54j!
I want." like uw. Star Laundry. i
st rI.4,14L&i:4: : Many people who have stopped !'proved a serious one, bad not the BOTH KEG AND BOTTLE. I will repair your watches and ------- {

__at drinking coffee because of its sheet building been opposite No. 3 truck I jewelry in flrat-claaa style. J. It The finest line of umbrella in t.e i
"ifh ; on tbe nerves will find the pure food Phone 46. Cor, Tampa and fright Sts otephena.I city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go irk f
.r drink, Postum beverage that when house thus enabling the men on at them.ffudgtn's..

properly made touches the spot duty to put the Babcock extinguisher; mrnmm1AwAwr Try Gunther'g Candies _
and fills the ati
:44 pleases; eye and palate }
vacancy as no other drink can inu operation without loss; of time. i'j Solomon's. theTHE ]Ural t i.r .
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