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Creation Date: November 29, 1902
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;.VOL. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFT 'nNOON. NOVEMBER 29 1902 NO 63 'i'I I!i I4


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THREATENED WITH JILTED BY V/OMAN/ .A.

BROOKLYN BELLE I OVER FMBANKMENTBIG THE OLD RELIABLE

A\ I CONSUMPTION.peruna LEAPS 10 HIS DEATH' '

I FOUR FLYER GOES

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Promptly writes Miss: Alice O'Neil, 312 Adams street, Brooklyn, N. Y., I' Serious Wreck Occurs Near Suicided Because She Refused 4l .

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"/cannot say too much in 18\'orol Peruna. About Avon, Ind. to Elope With Him.

a year ago I was completely worn out, had a serious .
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8ved Her Life. cold and a hard cobgh which seemed to be in danger of LOVE TRAGEDY IN NEW YORK. OVAl I

affecting my lungs. If my system had been In a stronger f.rAY: PASSENGERS INJURED. I II I -' ;
\condition it would hate been much easier to ''1 \ : '
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throw off this cold, but I could not seem to get Train Was ,Running at Rapid: Speed When Mrs. Julia Gerber Refused to I I \ '
os/ any relief until I took Peruna, and I must say With Max an PO
Elope Sukawatsky,
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that it did the work thoroughly.'itbin a and Struck Brcken Rcil-Cars Nu !;

I week / could see a wonderful Improvement I "urnetl Completely Cvsr and Rollsd: Austrian, He Shoots Her and Then I 1 '
I I and I took Psmnu four weeks and am in perfect I 1
( From hi h Window. i
Jumps ::
Down umbrr.Ktrsntolis: b
1, health now. AR18OWDER

Ii i I AL1CG O'.XI IL.i \ New York, XO2 ,Believing the ;
Itl'fianap lad, Nov. :8.-Pasfu' !
shot [torn his; revolver had killed Mis.
i I jru train No. 42, the St. Louis 11.','r. :
} Julia Gerber, who refused to elope 1
\ on the Big Four, was wrecked at 1:20;; !
Austrian
r1J with Lin. Max Sukawatsky, an ;-
4 ; 1iI I this morning on a high embankment I leaped through the window o[ I

!: !! a half mile west of Avon, Ind. TlmsssensTs her apartments in East Seventh strt 0' Absolutely Pure

I ,:. were seriously: injured an 1 lie tell several stories to the l'ide.1 I
SUBSTITUTE
THERE IS NO ,
dozen or mere slightly hurt, bu walk, and was tilled Instantly. Before I .: '
1- IllIIUI U%
1:1 jumping to his death, the man shut
fala1l .
; ::n. ) I -
I I flit train was tunnin at a high the young woman tnrough the arm i
II 'o and shoulder. The weapon used wasa I
rail. Theand
,:/111 and struck a broken
/ .'ngmt. two mail cars got over largo calibre dueling pistol of fine I PILOTS WILL 1:
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r >ately, but the other cars lett tn!enatk. make.
The Austrian had made violent loveto I 1
J : The New York sleeper, on the J Y"
Mrs. Gerber and about two monthsago I MEETTO-NICHT
i ,i'.ir end, rolled over twice and down
1 1i
i was arrested for threatening: her
I t. 'lJi I 23: landing bottom
feet
the eubankmtnt! 4
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II' I life. ThIs d.d not check his !
I : side: up. It contained three pa: i and while the woman and her 3.\\

4 tP i I' ,"II CS: the porter and conductor., were sitting together he ,burst into I FINAL EFFORT TO ARRIVE AT A
4 y n TI! sleeper! next to it was from Cleveland the room. Alter pleading that she

I la it were seven passengers. elope with him to Austria and receiving -I FRIENDLY SETTLEMENT.

I'v: Tins car turned completely over but a refusal, he drew his pistol and !i

I leiuamed at the top of the embank-: !. fired one shot. The woman fell in a

II I swoon. Thinking! he had killed her
ant. The pilots of both associations
the Austrian rushed to the window and I "
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f **r T! -w* <* 'juVi The imprisoned passengers got outby session tonight '
will in
meet joint d
before the wounded woman's frightened -
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of the window ,
breaking out one *
II I and all escaped with slight Injuries sister could check him, Jumped \ and a final effort to settle: all dilTer- : '

1 i The next sleeper broke down at the into the street. Crowds of pedestrians ences will be made. The meeting : ':
I I
when the man fell '
were parsing
IIli lorwa.d! end and stood aetoss the i will be held at the pilot ofiice, and
for a
and much excitement prevailed
II In this hurLThe
nark. No one car was '
/ the time Mrs.: Gerber will probably re- will! not be devoid of interest !
next to
two forward li =# < 1! mail ars left the track, but did not cover. Capt. J. EJ. O'llnen will be here

rtiUx::!& &*d !I I turn over. FLORENCE BURNS WEDS. I tonight. Business of a pressing na:

A telephone on an adjoining farm
I ture called him to Savannah Thursday f.
t 1 was used to send for help. Danville I
I was mrtifie'd; aid a special train with Brooklyn Woman Who was Accused but he returned, today. ,

MISS "lice O'Neil, 1 (- ., ; swi. i WKnkiug crew was made up as hasti1 and Exonorated cf Murder. The bone of contention will at to r' '
II 2S Florence
Nov
New \
: ,\ ,,, _l... 1 aNJasible.. At 5 o'clock this morn- York. !
,_ >nun the nrun.lynoman night's meeting bn the suggestion r.f
.P. v ". jc'tns
,\ '':. : tug die; tiain had been sea.h.-d ant II
I \1 ;'tf11Lt: S.tY 'r.il" -;- :!.- passengers had all been counted who was awused' and lat..r exoneratedatfd I Ii two names to Governor Jennings to
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\ \ of the murder of her sweetheart,
-- if I J I, fur. They were put in the mail cars i I I fill the vacancies! to be made by the jresignations t
.,,, r mihs, ,lIfT .1 1 Walter rooks, in a hotel in this city '
\Muter <
'I.r "'M i. i All IlliwuM1* > ... \ r and taken to Danville. Arrangementsweie I, '
: ,.', V> some months ago was married la-: of Messrs. Mooney and
0'R: : and I Catarrh. y" at once made to take them on
I '., .usjh-;!, cold, is well known to lx th the west, as all were able to travel.A week to Charles W. Wildnck.! The Scholls from the board of pilot com i S ,

t i -I- ,>!,... generally. It is uni! mbt.Hlly the mo t I partial lint of the injured follows: marriage was kept secret until today. missioner These two gpntemen
-i i ..i Jlsease3 in existence. Head the following; Wildrick Is the son of Lieutenant Colonel I
Enelehart. Middlcport
Mrs I Anna :
Abram \Vildrick, U. S. A., win have not tendered: their resignations, I
for such affliction. I, and others to 0.. terribly cut about the head; maybe !
: I I few do s never fails to mr<- T- whom I recommended it, are us!r-g fatal. died in 1S94. He was arrested last but it is understood that at least one I

rolil and I k.w'1) well through its April charged; with passing a bad I 1i,
it now with beneficial results."..'U': Mrs. Stephen Englehard. Middleport.O. will be forthcoming tonight.
-MLt i I':. M. 1-u.n-s.. check at the hotel Girard, where he I
bo
about head and Iy.
seriously cut
J. Purman.If Mabel Mr. Mooney !is in Mobile, where I
I W. .1. P'jrman, et-memlx-r: cf Ira I* Klein. Cleveland, face badly had been accompanied
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1 :: .-< from Florida, writ. from Hi'-* you rto not derive prompt and satifa. "- bruised. Strong, a wealthy young woman of he reside This is the only thing

I .- -t N. \\'., Washington, D. C., a" .'tory re"ult< from the ue of Peruna shoulder Cleveland, O.llslI: Strong's father
< Otto Gresham, Chicago, the independent pilots have against
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write at row to Iir. Ilarti.ian, giving: a cam on from Cleveland to look after I
I ; ->: full statement of y..ur.'a...,and he will sprained. her but she would rot leave he." him. He is a non-resident and does
'! representations to me and 1 Charles W. Wood, Los Canos. Cal\ ,
valuable ad-
I : own e\perlence I feel justified in I !1>r pleaded to givoj-oil Ins head injured. while Wildrick was in prison and sbr not attend the meetings of the board: '
.
I mending your Peruna to any and : vip gratis.Adclm George Brand, Norfolk, Va.. slightly was removed to St. Luke's hopiUl regularly
suffering with catarrh, .< Dr. Ilartman, President of where she died shortly after of quick; '
'r. persons, .. stomach troubles. I The Ilartman Sanitarium, Counjliidj! injured. consumption.Died. Captain James Kcholl3.the other .
.' f : S or J. C. Harris. St. Louis porter Pull
i it a,. great tonic and remedy Ohio. man car head and: back badly in I member against whom an objection

JU f't1. From Injuries. is entered is not regarded; as a com'I

, '00 i Increase In Pensions. YOUNGS APPOINTED. George C. Doan. St. Louis: eonduc'.ir Philadelphia, Nov. Cj.-C.. C. Hnus- petent member from the fact that he ; I

(' ; Miss.. Nov. ::'b.-Conffl- Pullman car, head and back badly ir- ton, of Chester, Pa., proprietor of extensive !
mining operations at Elkton stands: in the light of a judge sitting i
,
C p.'n.ioners have in'rf'a"f'll 5 2 1-4 Presiaer.t Names Him United States jll 1'1'c1. 1.
... W."a.. ., died today at a hospital her, I wherein he is vitally inter. .1 I
H cent this year according to the I District Attorney. Samuel Kills.. Jersey City X. J on a case r

I > I issued bJ the auditor. The Washington. Nov. 28.-The president illman# car, arms sprained and hanIniahed. aged :O )'C'ars. Two months ago when I ested. There is nothing against his I, : I
Houston went to Elkton to inspecthis
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s .t ; (' of pensioners this year is has derided to appoint W. J.I '
mines! there he was struck by u personality or past conduct that
"1 1 Total increase over last >'ear. \ Youngs, of Oyster [ ay. United Statesdistrict Others were only slightly injure! i 'Ii# j
small! locomotive and seriously[ in belief he would act unfairly i
> ', ti. The state appropriates the attorney for the eastern district The train was delayed until 6 o'clock warrants any i i

:M 1 I i of JIOO.OOO per year for pensions of New York to succeed George this mornins. Then a new train was jured. Wednesday the injured nunwas but tho fact that he i3 on the ::1 I, I' I

i -r-: I confederates! H. Pettit whose term expires D<"c. made up and the run to St. I.ouis wasr : brought; to this city on a special! ,, t! Iacti'e
list and still holding judicial
train and takt-n to a hospital where anoperation : I
'
\ : :O. The president today mode nia Burned. The train was running at t'
I i was performed. Mr. Houston commend itself to I
i II us I Victim of Football Game I decision known to Senator Platt, an !II a high! rate of speed S5 miles beyond power does not I: f
Houston Construction
of the
"'r; ;. (' Pa. Nov. :2b.! -Charles I I the latter has apQiiiesced! in the ap the scene of the first wreck, when iran was president members of the new association. i i!
and the coal and
company
I \ .f ,1.1 ,! i a negro. 21 years of ace, of pointment. Mr. Pettit has held the into an open switch at Carbon.: iron firm of C. B. Houston & Co. should these resignations be hand ,

.' 'm I : I (:\ died at the Chester position; for four years. There i3 i The engineer saw the danger!; but

.r-i.I hospital from injuries receiv- nothing asralnst his record.! I was running; too fast to stop. Time! Fell Between Cars. ed in and new men be elected or s I

'i'-, with!! : in a football game yesterday. He The selection of Mr Youngs will: front tnll kill of the engine" left the Dover, Oa. Nov 2As the lorM l ( suggested for appointment tonight, I

,ht e h. i I ::; injured In a mass play, andtU i iI be in the rature of a personal appo'.r.:- track and another delay was caused. freight was switching at Register "ii the trouble will perhaps end at once; !i' i I \

me ar,! unconscious. : rnent Mr. Youngs has been a neighbor :Nobody was hurt in the second wreck
I Plneo-a branch of the
I
and :
the Hruton should these resignations not be ;
v ing :\1. \ of President Roosevelt at Oyster and but little (damage was done. : Central of Georgia!: : J. E Collins, a I !; I,

\\e'l! to I"A: I Jockeys Are Reinstated. Pay and their relations have been All\ the persons Injured near Danville white man of Register about 40 yearsof banded in, the warfare will be continued .l( ; t 1 \ j

"'\ ,' I New York, Nov. ::S.-It is retried close. When the president heram0 were taken to St. Louis In the age. attempted to cross over tin ; and one interested party of : ; '

'.ove ; Jockeys\ Thomas Hums and John go\ernor of New York Mr. Youn;,+ charge of Dr. Ford the company surg train and slipped and fell betweentwo the new association said this morning 'I; 1 I

I who were down indefinitely resigned the district attorneyship ci "on, All will recover cars, having: his right foot mashed '

the last G.-avesend meeting for dls- Queens county to accept a position as cff. HP was taken to Statesbon he doubted not that especial exertions ,- I

'ur S I at the post have been rein I his private secretary. THREE INJURED, ONE FATALLY to the company's surgeon by the lo weald be made to get every !I' I Ii ,

N l. I and granted l' rn esion to rid I cal. whore amputation of the entire i vessel coming here. 1 I

,! 1 the Jockey Cluh. I I Ncted Educators Meet Engine and Tender Roll Down Embankment foot will teA nreesary I : 1 '
!:: Cleveland. Nov. 28.-Many noted Captain A. D. Ferguson, who went :

.... .' 1 ', Factory Goes to Daughter. I educators were present' today when: Chicago, Nov. 2S.-An engine on the BAD LIVER CURED.A north to purchase an additional boat, I i ,
Eesen Nov. S.-The lattHe-
i r the third annual conference of eol'tpiate -- ,
I :> will leave his factory to Ls; and secondary school instructorswas Wisconsin Central outgoing freight bad liver is the cause of most of I Ii in New York today a telegram to I' ,:
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: tran was wrecked early this raormns, ills with which the human body r ti
'.;r,.. nt daughter, Bertha to be ad- called to order in Adalbert college : the this effect having been received. r
: I: ;; by his widow until: the ohaptl here At the conclusionof at Des Plalnes.! Injuring three persons, sutlers. The best way to overcome Captain Ferguson wires that he has : I ". ,

I I attains her majority. Besides devotional exercises PresidentThwiac oae fatally. They were: this uncomfortable condition is I to J
...1 l : i: I John Scheldt, engineer. badly secured options on a number of vessels f I I
t'u-! : $750,000 given for the benefit of I of Western Reserve university have a liver remedy upon which I
face hands. ,
: I employes, Frau Krupp. in behalf welcomed the delegation. Addresses scalded about and you can depend. HEPATICCRA among which are the Wanderer I
Albert Pinneo, brakeman, face and I
'S :: Fraulein Bertha, Las given $25 .- were then delivered by S. O. i iHartwf'lI. hands scalded.! I I is the thing which will give you a and Chevalier. The last named is I ,
: o to be devoted to the Improvement Mich. F. T. I. S
Kalamazoo.
S t of ; deal of pleasure from its use )
: Walter Sherman scalded, will die. great especially recommended, and sbonld
I Essen.; Bones Cleveland: Prof. H. A. Aikens. and speedily restore you to health.
I I'I" Cleveland and Prof. David R. Major. The accident! was caused by the \j- Mr. Jas. T. McNair of Pensacola, a settlement not be made, this will : i IJ1

i I Postoffice Looted by Robbers.Beaver Columbus. a I comotive jumping the track. Engine Fla., says: I have had some trouble probably be purchased and brought 'i I
and tender rolled down aa embank- about anda '
with liver for a year
'.. Falls Pa., .ov. 2S.-Rob I my t II
> : I meat half. I have tried a good many here for service. : I
Powders for
broke into the postoflke at New Mother Cray'u Sweet I
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; : kinds of medicine, also physicians'treatment
: : Pa., some time last night Children. but found no relief until Startling, Bat True. } I .w
\
't-d carried off between $600 ani !Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse in Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived I took HEPATICURA. One bottle "If every one knew what a grand t : ,., I
> in stamps and several hundrel tbe Children's Home la New York Cure criticism. It i is the finest and purest has so much improved me that I '
Biomacb, Teething lJl'i- Dr. New Life Pills
: i Ktverishness, Bad medicine King's f
> in ;
; in cash. orders,mo\'e and reulaf'"* tbe H01ll el* anlI : vanilla extract that can be bought. have gained seven pounds weightin 1.
:" I >'6troy Worms. Over iii.Ouu testimonials. three week' My appetite is good is," writes! D. H. Turner, Dempsey- ; ; :
used.
f .I Cut this out and take it to any Tdee.erer I'RIE.!: Jail Address, At all Alleu Crugglsts.iSc.Olmsted! ham-, Le Once tried always and that bad taste I had in my ; town, Pa., "you'd sell all you have ,i l'
_' medicine dealer and pie moutb is all gone. Sold by all drug- .
:i> tore or HO). :>i. \. i in a day. Two weeks use has made I
of Chamberlain's --- PEARL & DDL1VE. ,
a free sample -- gists. i
of me. Infallible for t
1 I a new man ,
i and Liver Tablets, the best It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry. .
:i. ; They cleanse and invigor- I Hot Chocolate with Whipped constipation, stomach and liver !
the Ask to-day for Aller' J>'oot.EBle.. a powder., Call on them at the corner of Garden Cream at Trainer'i.subscribe 2oc at W. A. D'Alemberte' #
: the stomach, improve appe- It cures CbIbleinsSwollen tlII'eatlng Bore: troubles, I ,Z \
] and regulate the bowels. Regu- ACblng.lJamp feet. At all druggists and and Alcaniz streets for carpenter --'- --- !
: uI
121 l H. Palafox
store : street.
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[i Size 25c per box. shoe stores, :;j o. and electrical work or phone 660.1 tor Tnar JWS; ; loc per week drug .i. .

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BIG CONSOLIDATION. .' : CABINET MEETING. I =

_ _ Curse-
S of Union Steel Company and Session Was Oevcted ta: Minor (Matters
f. + ...., raT',,:; TV'". Merger .
.r.. oJ 'J JlUl.J"\I.', .. :1'L- f: ::t"''''''(.. ;r.rl'-i.. Sharon Steel Company.New -Two Members Absent.
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: '. !'.' : i\r;", ,..,.., .. ;;:< r\, :'r.r"; : ...:. : '''': =- ... '" .. !
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.. ot 28. Neither Secretary
28. The event Washington Nov
: i. ) ,N... ', : ... -.r. ';;:'f": tt'l" :'. '" '' ..'. York Nov ,
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.., ._. . .s. ...:.. .I '' L." _ : -' :. '' 't.\. :if..... -;:-.-;-- ...... the week has been the merger of the Root nor Secretary Hay were

::1 Union Steel company and the Sharon present at the cabinet meeting today

.. I Steel company, says The Iron Age. I and the session was devoted to minor DRINKCI'RKI
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-/-j The consolidation thus accomplish matters. N

THE CHILDREN will make the new organization one Secretary Wilson discussed the

::1 ENJOY Y cf the leading factors In the steel measures he had taken to prevent the

:1 Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment .'-VVNDsC trade, particularly in the productio.1 epidemic of foot and mouth disease II'.

1t I f I :4r:l. which they receive and the eaorts which they make, comes the of wire rods and wire products.It which had appeared among the livestock WHITE RIBBON
REMEDY
;y/ greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their" is estimated that the consolidation In New England. From such .

i : happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy ... plan proposes the taking over cf information as Secretary Wilson has } fJ'"Me0!>
,, r given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the! internal organs (s\ '(f. every! ether properties, presumably' obtained he believes the disease has rater,1M,or code Iett', it

;' on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its 1- ;. ; : in the wire trade. The new company existed In that section for some tiras. WblleRlbbonRemt'd\'

r r w l lit I It component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from h...'" '",: will not only be in possession of the The quarantine measure taken yesterday ]the ants diseased. whether appetite the ptttirnt for ai. ,
I
every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, .A-1'q-.. most modern appliances for production it is thought will be" (ffeetlvato Inebriate, a tippler," nx ?

3>; a I 1 well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, l\:....' but at the same time will control prevent the spread of the diseaseto I drunkard.appetite for ImpoMbleloi alcoholic ll..ui an ."

because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects is- l"\:' /-.:>. an adequate supply o. raw materiaL other states Dr. Salmon chief of White Ribbon Remedyliuiiwd .

I 1 Syrup of Figs-and for the same reason it is the cnly laxative which snould it'r!' ;. he bureau of animal Industry probably -'I Mrs. Miore by Dress Members superinmud's of' \\ i l' I

.; .; be used by fathers and mothers. '.( '. Christian Temptram '
kI .f. ? The drift seems to be toward the will be sent to New England at
ti ,. .1\ of is the which acts and :5 :':.)' .j I lure (California .rites
; Syrup Figs only remedy gently, pleasantly ::: concentlation of business in the handsof once. | U bite Ribbon Remedy on .
'; without or nauseating and which cleanses the : I I drunkards, and the
.; naturally griping, irritating : The following ] cures na
:;::; ii'i' the larger companies, especially In appointments under: ..
v'f'1 "j' that habit which results ...; In many cases tbe Kem d} .
; :..l system effectually: without producing constipated ;; Ii.
: steel products. The scarcity of high the department of justice were agree-1 cretly. I cheerfully recount
14: < from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against; ,j .. price raw materials together with the to In cabinet: Judge L. L. Lewis,
if } ',e .. ... which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them .A r 9, our Colon are delighted to
reduction in the finished product. hate district attorney for the eastern district mica treatment to aid a*
''4t4 t' .; grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give :(, :..;) anee work."
r.a'Iii of Sol
diminished the output of the small Virginia; Betheau United
: t them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs ._ ':" Druggist or by;mall, 11
producers who do not control their States district attorney for the Chicago
:; {J'assi..tance in the of laxative give them only the simple pleasant and -.t. free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townseno
t r i.I '.. raw materials: and the larger producers district and Morgan H. Beach! years secretary of a Womaf Chr: for II-(

the excellence of the combination of the are securing a much greater sharp United States district attorney for the ian Temperance Union, W! rfe
"'::,( Its quality is due not only to '; .' ",ltrl
J' of the cuirent business than a short District of Columbia. St., Boston Mass. 1"101\ :" .
j laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but tU
{ : Hannah Bros. '.'1 !8.XOT1CF: 1'4111".1 -'
since.:
+; y r' also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of p time Manufacturers are finding PERIL IN OUR PROSPERITY.
1-
# re-": ;.:: the little ones, do not accept any of the substitute, which unscrupulous. dealers -. f great difficulty in supplying their

e- tjf 4-0 d ? "i (To. sometimes ofler to increase their profits. The genuine article may lop ;rte customers with material in reasonable Bishop Worthington Compares United
d .
S \-0:;;. bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per b.)tte. Please t. n.. time, owing to the freight bloc* States to Ancient Rome. .

\ .. to remember, the full name of the Company ". ...... I ades. New York Nov. 28.-In a sermonat I have been autn l"r ,:,
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subscriptions for \VnBryan's .
I :'-\.r CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.IS prmt d ..n ; ,. : The coke famine continues as serious Old Trinity Bishop Worthmgtcn
"The
?I ) : ::.. : f 1- the front of packaye. ;. ;. > as ever. It is now stated that of Omaha. Neb. from paper t
"r. :( .: ; ; :. every quoted Gibbon The price i Is $1.00 per .. '
,yp 'l'.:"\'.'t'f.\\.; ,:..r.;...... .. #.". In crder to !get itsbeneficial '-C-\ .,rah', -1 I /1": ') I' the production is not equal to the df regarding the voluptiousness of Rom" vance. Those de iruu

ttr\s' +'t-" .:': ,"'*.J.f',.,4w.'...VK"J effects lt is al- ......"..r-........,,..:."."iJ.' .. .h\: f.J.....';:.1J:.., !+IL' ,'" |'I mand. High prices are being paid by and compared this country's possibilities can have it sent to tin.u. .'
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r f T":'.....r.>..\.. "". .' \.:.! (.....,.t;.... : .\ ways necessary to: buy .!.'..c..r'1:;;'.:',: ..I,.f'Y....' '.;:.,.. y" ...-;;.,j... ......,::1.1.....'" !( furnaces and founde:irs short of fuel. of downfall with that empire. $1.OOto the undersigned .
) .. In this
; I"o.: .':..'.,. ";". '. ::. :. ....'. the genuine only. \, : ... l I) connection it is stated that: "There is peril" he said "in our H.M I '.
!, .. '.; ':"" i. .. .1".1'. ... .... ..,. the foumlrjnjfn will be Care D'CMICHtSTER'S .
\: ...? ./ "',: r.--;,. r .>, .(. I obliged; to mal prosperity even in the blessing which
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\ .' ... ;. '... .... we ask today as nation. There
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,....:. .:........ .J ...... ... .'.. '... :. Y... next year It is not expected that
I 1, .. ....-. .:.... : ._....... .....,;.. (. ;:, : ". '. '. 'r. '... tin in our luxuriousness anJ pr" CNGL
.(\..". .-.. I: .( j :-::-,,..,....",';.; .._' :.,':"..:.. ..< .:...'..-...' I: 'wr.'' pig 'ron will be any lower for several sumptuous pxtravapance. It is t'u YRQYAI PILLS
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i : :.,r L. : ; i r\..xr.i= > : 'r.., :'C : montho. Spot pig: iron is much eas: a
\ seed sowing of loin for
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:; .. .>. : i ,. : :..r : ier In the central west. The a ub. .Original l -.i.r>'.l 0.,6eArt' to
I : ;......;,1 --.1. J : "q1 : ..... LJ.;" t :: ,. .,,' -.r heavy -'t'L{ ... b- IIHIUVIH! : I
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: ':/ : f k.J.: -. :,;..; ..'I' '. : premiums recently paid: no longer can ( %,.,,, It H*:l> u field!
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l'V.,. .'. ."" "" .. ... ... ..,. \" '.:\\'..' '.;:;;: ....-- '. I'"' be obtained. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughsand fL"n" nub.tlw,1.4 w II
: ,"'. ""- "" t" II' colds!i reliahlp, tried and tested, .r".
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Cables
J. from
.. I' ,' ; w'.. .J" abroad state that the 1 l ..rtlrul. ,
I' !y.J.!.P... ;.;' .- -.J; "'i'j'. .. ... 1.:....... steel safe and eure. W. A. D'Alemberte, \T* M .a< "1I II ..rl.Ji It.o
.. '. .. .iJ"!.."''' market is act!\e for prompt delivery .
\- -> A. i' Mu.t IIIIH'U
-- ,., ..... "'< .. 121 B. Palafox !Sc.MlDWIr'KKY.. .
.'t 'a'"Y....: .nJ 'T'" v- -' oi""I' 4 hl.' ....
j j"i>.. ? "I< f.t : ....:.. ".:::......" the demand being better fro'n '--!" I. ".011... ...|b...." .." "

f C in ..>.. ..':.."\-'i'w. .;.o.-., ,,:".-.'...'..-".,.-.:m... ..'.-."....n....,...:..:..;,..,......t......,....;..-.... ... ..., "..........'....:>.:. ,"\'...,-"...\'.'..... ........ European customers. Prices for im- ----.-

I .',.ij.........:> ---'". llr.c.---,.. \.. ?'J.'! A:** -. .i :. ...... ,.--' r", ;..\, ,- ;....= 4f.. ..:,..... portation have been advanced from
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I I liveryas low as $-6. New York cargo flrst-zlass: licensed midwife having tiny t'opsmo! ,rI -'
had 35
experience.
if lots is said to be made. The demand Can give best of years references from "I to Bokun .>f c ,'al a

ji from American consumers has recently of this t l"hebt and ,.
InJI'o
:U. t 11'f' -- p.1 --- --- -- -- --- leading physicians city. @I
'.1. fi 1 I ', :;:, been rather light although!; some MKS. M. GIDDENB, They 'ilr'in48ht ,nuarz.e
,4 'I ;i WOODMEN OF THE WORLD GOAT. Charges of Embezzlement. SHOT DAUGHTER, WIFE AND SELF transactions 114 South DeVilliers
were put through duringthe jltf St. ; 1 7t'1. es 11;111 \
.p -- Columbus Ga. Nov. :2S.: -A peculiar
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r C, ,: ; week, including 8,000 tons for the try; alit u N+ ii MrMICKE GGIStt
I .j"'. I Attracts Attention of Lawyers In the case has develoiK-d in Girard. iJ. Woman Will! Recover, But Man Is a Chicago district.: Try the NEWS Want Column

\ I\ Itl Mitchell Case. J. King. a justice of the peace, had Corpse
t I.. A matter: of some Interest is the
f...ftr': .. j L1 Columbia. S. C., Nov. :;.-The sa't Bailiff O'Connor the bailiff of his Sr.c*>d\iIe.! Tenn., Nov. 28.-In Hancock appearance of Belgian structural minufacturers -

tf0 :; F' j. r. .. I for $2li.f'f: : damages against tin-: court arrested on charge of embez county, in the mountains of upper as bidders'on work not St CO.

,. ( .; 1 Woodmen of th' World for alleged inJuries zlement. The bailiff save bond an 1 Tennessee, Richard Green per coming up in the gulf statts. They

,1 ,11;I' fJ. i' 1 inflicted by a "goat" during! thei" was released and in turn sued out 'i haps fatally shot his wife and daughter show willinzncf; to take contra-: -

1 t. i Initiation of Samuel W Mitchell! was warrant against Ju3se King: on the in an attempt to kill them. He for
: early delivery Involving p' II':!- Plumber and !
Gas
ttiti: 1 :Irl{ ; continued York\ille yesterday. same (hirTbe: / justice made bond then shot and killed himself using a ties. Steam Fitter

11 a), .t1 Th > doctors occupied tile stand) an.l !both oases: rome up for preliminary shot gun. In his plan of self deI ,

; ,''t It f ..''lli" ) t pearly all daj. giving esprrt: tes'iL'ony. trial hfiore JusticeleKen7'." I striation he pulled off a shoe and sock I'! A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY.

ft: ,j t 31 i and the 11o.'tClr'ho remoud Sam. day I and used a toe to fire the gun. Th* No. S South Palafox Street. i.
J. X. Patterson. I
night policeman
.l =i 1.I : :t.', ., i the organs alleged) to have been injured discharge! ignited; his clothing and of Nashua, Ia., writes: "Ljt, winter All Khtj"L Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Ke; I .'. !. II

;alit( ,- i. I ; by the 'Xuat"; explained the op. Ccal Strike Commission: when found his apparel was :jun.o.l I had a bad cold on my lungs and I "" nun1till' .t711C "..11II"101.4, .'T..
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6 ,; : eration. Scram In. Pa., iJ2S Attorney _
: .1 from his body. It is supposed jealous tried at least half dozen advertised -

( t 1: 51 ;; Argument began yesterday afternoon Darrow. attorney for the United Min? or insanity was the cause of the de?..l.Green couch! medicines and had treatment l

''ij ;t [ and particular! attention was paid by workers. acncunced today that fie did the first; killing: in the from two physicians without getting I ROYAL mm \fl'1It\;,\\\L\
: I' .1 > coal road! had totifP any beiufit. A friend recommendedFoley's i 1l
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j ('I \ lawyers tit this ;()at. which is ()('( 'I' presidents promised Jones-Green fend ten or twelve yeais Honey and Tar and two- ;

i: It : 1 pying a N..nSIJlt'lIOUS| place in the the tabulated! statistics in regardto 330. Green's wife and daughter ar' thirds of bottle cured I
miners' counsel a me. con- 8 Years Gld io Cases of 4 Full at S3.20 ::',:
.\ \ f.' ..,. j court iocmCarpenters wages etc. to the not dead and it is thought they may eider it the ;greatest cough and lung Quarts, pt'

I I w for the miners some time today. E\- recover but the widow will lose on. ,'medicine in the world.V.. A. '.11 -- -

,1\ ; i ; ; Injured at Augusta. pet: accountants have been at work of her bands as the effEct of t'u-! shoot: D'Alemberte. S. Palafox St. WHISKEY: i.* distilled at tl' ;N"i I i-.'iI.. (
k i Augusta, Ga.: Nov. 27.-Just be-fore preparing these figures; for several THIS
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., 1 .r ing. Di-tilery.! and i-I fully nntuMU: I ,11 w
'r;r 1/; .# {t ,dt': ending their! day's work two careen weeks: past. It was because this pan The Beer before bottling." it !is ab-oltKely i u iind inn r i

... i.! !'I tl ters. William Uejnolds and Nathan of the evidence was cot ready that ROBBERY AT ENNOREE, S. C. -elli d in quality by any In-key of the
:A ; f Williams. hat a narrow escape from the adjournment of the strike commission I That MadeMANNEF c ,10 matter where produced. The Royal to'tll' -

"I t. i elxht old when bottled, and, con-I l.
j death and it I; feared Reynolds is became necessaryCounsel Burglars Dynamite Safe and Cet \ ia: years
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t., i '.!. I fatally 'injured They were .m"" "",.! for the miners will have until!! next $3,000 in Cash. its excellent quality: is the cheapest win. ,
the market at that price. As a bevi-rag'
r' t .: ." 'E' in building\ ; a squash court and bowling :: pdnesdiy! in which to except thisimportant lIartanhu:/:. S. C., Nov. -:* -HII.-:;. r M U an absolutely pure -timulaut, ther j.i non >

+.c t t a'* :: alley at the Con Air lintelon: the part of their opponent'! lars have dynamited the sale in tw : shipped III o'-Het: ? containing no nlllrk.. wt:i

ty t H :/ : Sand ]Hills The scaffolding they weroca evidence. When the commission shall office of the Ennoree Manufactui.ni: indicate contents. If purchaser, upon >.x''

.; : .1, ,. cti ; fell precipitating them to lhpj1 meet DIstrict President Xicholls will! company oSice! at Er.noree, 25: mibs! -IBVICTORIA- r the whl-key, is not sati-Ped with tin. 4''

yV R ; ,'4 [ grollnl!. Williams escaped with tie placed on the stand by the miners. \ southeast of here securing $3.onu! in : can return the same at cur expea-e n !

r #j1:f t'1\h I !,, \ I sprained! ha"k and ankle but the President Mitdu-1 II! was in conferencewith cash. In addition the safe ia the I will be refunded.All .

l" : ,. .n..-i. a caffoldin,; Ml on np 'nold's chest an 1 :Mr. Xicholls most of the day. I J1o tnm''l', which was in the sa.iie' OLD older, =tollice should moneyotder be nccouipann'd bunk d'l hEIGHTYEAm > I

r .'i abdomen causing internal MADE BY ACME BREWING CO currency po
4 injuries building, also JOil i 1 .
i was opened and $ s pre tnuin-y order. \\ refer t. Fu -t N
.I that are held: to be fatal. Mistrial In Goat Case. UKST 10-CliNT liOrihK HKV.lt
I in anl secured. 1'en-acob.
chant
j stamps money Hank mei in
.4:,a t 4- '" t' J STAiDAR!( or any
{." d.. .' "I'' Charleston, S. C.. Nov. 2S.-The second The mill authorities offer a rewar1 IN TOWN.DA.NNHEIS8ER.

.ij '. i; Large Sugar House Burned.New trial at Yorkville of the case of S.WW' of $:rifiO for the arrest: of the men win BROB I
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i 1+- ,..3t. Orleansm'. 2v-The magnificent Mitthfll against the Woodmen of i were evidently professionals In their S. A. FRIEDMAN
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f f.. .l .:tell't; t su.111)1)<> for allege: : line. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED

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i : I, f ;.'di at I.ul'ng.! I a., formerly ow nel damages received! during! the initiation Resides money a large number of I L W. Harper Whiskey. SIH.E PROPRIETOR, }>r.SHAC'OLA. ,F.i

i.ti tr { i {; 'by John *. Morris. and! now the pro;> ceremonies has resulted in an valuable sfcured lain
t +. : : Oha' papers were Main House 401/ H. Palafox street I* O. BOXIUt.. TKLKI'lH'-'t: : :''
I .: "" rty of leA. Karwi-Il' and others! other mistrial. The "goat" used ii the company's safe. H15K1rc

f t { t s burned >':.irl> 'this nol'ltingTotal: lIPs the initiation of Mitchell was again R. R. F.xchnntte-OI'P. Union Depoi -/ .

-, :, on sugar; house and PUM'IU! $I31J:1 P. O. Box 2bl. PenoacoLi: Fla ntm.---- -
'Hf j ,- produced in idtnre.! ._' O.A
: J" ( :.J. 000: Insuunce $5i.liIIO.: I her The \\ rm t-iiiu Phones.. ._116-2P. rRICfrIMAK trI handle every cla=,< of Liqu- .

;,' : .)., : ; Multitudes: are singing the praise- bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail :it ;

I IS"EJTER" ".\ml when yon marry." she softly: of Kodnl, the new discovery which i ; are way down.
:I.1.! l "1 trope! you'll rt'iueuibtr to invite ,
l.. 'd' Good Digestion h making so many sick people well AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST ElfR.
m,' to :
; 0 |9 >-S1fltlll tO tuccre'iiony. I and week people strong by dire-ting: -
v i S KOOti llfhlth. A I lie I'..Jkt'\l th..uhtful.; "If will !be HARDI
e i'1 ll i ilOM, of the Bit- what they eat, by: cleansing and
C 'r 1 CElEBRATED awful! cruwilo., no di ul.t," lit said TIME TABLE.
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y t: I 'rs l> 'f I ,1 .I' \\:11,: insure pcr- "but I tllI! :!: I can ring you in souieliou. transforming their: food into the i
4r} h .... t cl U'lti'stloil ." kind of rich, red blood that
e -tiir.lllatini fore pure I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
? !; = ,. fri'Cli1' a n| iti- Ami a moment or two later! !;IJcJ I make you feel good all over. Mr*. BRICIIALV1YS
i1i '. r H'lIuIlrIl. ItVMllBltOlMin IN EKKKCT: DM'KMBKK 1, IW)1
; dart'\1 the ring; was an a ttuilbinglytit. ;, Uranfill. of Troy, I. T., writes : Fora --

.... gott4 .- .U-M-lanU Plain lH>akr. nnuibc-r ot year; I wa troubled i
Y t i I New Orleans and Mobilo.
and I
4T s Pysp'-psia, iI with indigestion dy::pepii.iwiiich .
'f.:) Headache.Consiipation. I zrew intu the wnr-t f.>rm. --- ----- -- -- -- -- -- -- .

tN t rr" Not ,. ..rrl'd by llirni. Finally I wa induced to ute Kodo!' '0.1S. I ?.o... o.2.. No.1. Nn! I
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i4 r } .t J'l : '. __.. .cola..ArrIYe 1i:1.' a'.'" P D
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/l Minnia! -Joliii'i.i. when told ,' 7:1j: ; a 12:1 in Jl:1J II eave.
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you : and after u-iur four bottles I am entirely !I
1e Y r ) 9:11' a gal p' lo Ii I Leave,__. -'Iomaton._. I. avtl Y::c IL .:'j P
hf '+ '4 r k 1 Biliousness that that SCUT:: boy threw stouts atUHI : cured. I bear' il)' recommend \ ON HAND uoo a 4l p I I' 3:ii a a Leave..__ I"blle ......_ Leave 12'hOn't I' I 16 n P

: g >, b STOMACH; yon dId rot tt'll the that it w:t- I Kodol to all -ullers from indigestionand ; -==_ K'Sp_ ( 7:1.1 a _t.Paye, .,.x.w_ rJ."aO'l..l.flA"" '_: ..p r"' a

} t S1'alaria. fever .::1'\1' j m had thrown Atones at him. I I.h i dv--pr'p=i:1.: Take a dose after North. _

nSf Q IT'rER and I .!".Many-1 1'a"u't afraid of the I Io7(1 : meal it digests what you fat.I -

hl h 1s1 Ague I I Hargis: Pharmacy. John :Shepard, '
; -" I thrl'I1t hint ma. It was iAL4F.e. So. 2. No .. No I ,nr
:Sidney; Kahn 11:00pm 12:15pm Luve..l'eD'acola..Arrlve .;lJI1pm .a
I 'n.ly tlw OIK'S eouiili uiwaj' that I 6I5a m 6:551 pm Arrl.e... Ioo'omlry!: Leave 11:111" m "luiC

'\.1:0 start "'f.-r..i t ., 7U5 p m 3:111.. m Arrive .....1\oasbvllle .... Leave .. .
I f -TO- :!:.JI am '4:13am: : Arrl.,,, ... Louseville: .. Leave 11:11> pm' ym
BEST FOR THEI nt the lii,..III"hl. : I 1II! am 11:511 a m I Arrive .. Cincinnati: Leave 1SIJl pm .:' mI
"Ila-.e j 7: am_ 1:1I: pm__ Arrive Louie .Leave 4:15: p m
\ >u any scruple, inquired: If You HaveRheumatism :

r"t l i M I the ppjM-cutiiu: nttornej. Mu'aiii: _t 111tlictin ONE MILLIONGet I PENSACOLA N1i RIVER JUNCTTON.

BOWELS :: the death! jM.nalt.ta a case of NU!
I No. 1-lJally I I No stop where time not ,bown'Lfoa.e No.Uaiiy: No t. .
willful muiiltrV""Ort -
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'i If Ton iI..n.E a n'i'ili.r; hvj'tLT movement of tht I II p..D'.eol.-Arrl. 10-50 p m S
l lj l'shf lo.elI f..ry d-y.1 },.. i-111 b-.un KtrpauttooVrlSC.fH.n.KI .I to hl''t'UI.. cautiously: asked 11:55 12:15 pm ..n._....Ilobemia.._._. 11):117" '
: M' t. I- } nllnt :
: t u'.ti-.r-4 .c, tentpbt.'rpIly ,...1,1 .i_ ro't. .taneut T.nootb.wr the tal '.mw. "or not to hey 'em. if I I ;:!O" u ..._.. Yiiiffctra ..__ 10. 4" r' -!
m t .>[,r"'.'.'''I. n' -tTi .a' &} cl kr.iun.HID; Lour" dent want to bet ou the jurY "-Chiccto Our Prices BeforePurchasing. 1:1:28": _..fcscambla: ". Ion H h :
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lull Uett lad cif uu to la tale 19.7.5 _... .._. Mulat ..-.-- 10:11" ,.+
CANDY Tribune.A the greet tme CATHARTIC URp CSOL endorsed Californ.a 12.50: : OJ ."..."....'o,HCUy ._ 10:11": I ,
,+ f Remedy will care 1 '5K" OJ .... Milton... 10:10 : '
a r"t I I'b..nnm..nalrtft.. yea. It kUo, cares Liver. Kidney and like '....Good Range .1 4 1
a m
IJe is the only true musical phenomenon I Biadder d.sease, caused by an excess of IM" : .. .......... Holt ... ._ .. 1/116" 4 1111
i I uric a<-U. It never fails and builds upI --- 2O" :; ......... Milligaa .. : H 4.1.; I
1 ever saw or heard" I tbe health and strergth while niing it. 2j3" ........ Crestview_ 1/:18" 4 '
"' : Feud ttBinp for book: of wonderful rti8c .._._IeerhandMoep OJ !:fj \4
that' aoo. IIU"I
do
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"Why you say I :es. Price, Jl per bottle. For tile 5iS _. Head .. 8:69"! 8:.'
H "1'eiHi'Mhe! -u-knowledyr"" that he I by drnrcisti. If your druggist ran nut 'Capacity 50,000 Daily.McMillan .:03'. .Oe"onlak 8prtn I', toOJ I!:: H i:4J:
j I supply jou It will be tent prepaid y I
upon 7:44"
timr* the i nuntry for c.b tint and art I. tl .:IIi" .'
: receipt price. Address ':to" : ... .P..Argyle.nce de Leo&- 1: 5 j. '
So. >' t'! nit; tli it this: b:1"t !II:" fnrevvtllPi' Iioo" 14 ., ..Westville.- 711" !
Uricsol Chemical Co. Los AngeesCal.! 14 ._ T:1J II I."
; OHe.-Ciuciutali Cui. !m': .ial I.. 6 i."I (Caryvllle 't7
LIKE 1
: ; EAT 'EM CANDY I I\.IIS" ..__.lrf>nifay____ to ::56"
.'lea.antrat iM... r' tnt. T... 1 .i. PoGool I li IStrrr : 111.1U'. .. or theDistributing 1.110'. .._ thipley.. en" I' 4i .
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{ $. 4rnw'ea -n. .r Gnp i*, a. d.'Oc:nit -- --- L'aL ;:w t :
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/ Brick _..._ 5:15
N Brun' & C Nerrlfan Go. f:SI" mondale
7 r r.I' aJI1I. AtMro An easy way to soften hard water ., II 11:4f, I C
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'y t EE.II I srw luus. 7::10" 63'1
ti delightfully! ; is to throw orange; petl I Agents. J I 1:40" rCypress. 6ti" 11:-'.
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'I KEEP Rr1Bf CLEAN 4 I 1M"' : .. _.. .... ,_ M 61" I' :
Sceads.-
;_ : into it just before the water is csuL ''' %.''w *... Pine Barren, Fla. I 8:16" : Arrlve.Klver' Lean 6:10" lu.:

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1902. >;
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_. Jim Dumps' young- wife while yet a bride I I 80UFRIERE AGAINYOSIITS I I ; Free Medical! Clas&ifiedAdvertisements& 1 :r r' !11' I


Some biscuits made with greatest pride. ; I BESTIiOCTIONlPeople I -- i I

Jim looked with fear upon the food,

But to a bride one can't be rude. -- I Advice -Women. ONE CENT A WORD, .; !" : ,

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t Let's eat Force first, dear, 'tis my of St. Vincent Fleeing '----------------------- -------------- -

f\\ whim." 310NEY -TO LIND. :j i j !

It saved the life "Sunny Jim." :For Tiir Lives. I
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MONEY TO LEXD on improved .,; I Ir .

VOLCANO'S FIFTH ERUPTION.Volcano al estate, in larse or small '
"FORCE" -!& -.-- .M." mi:our.t* at low rate of interest. : j ; I

Call Leslie F. Brook .:1'
of Santa Maria In Guatemala AlliJj" on attorney '
The Vialj-to-Strre Ctrul -- & at law. 2C.JJ K Palafox St., Fisher : !

l Is Also: In !eruption; ar.d Spreading; ; % building. 3m 1m t

when in doubt, Death snd Ruin.-Refugees Sacking ". I t

eat it Safety at Seaside.Kingston. : I' MONEY TO-PAY-Do you teed '

money? You can borrow any .

S'tint'ent, Nov. 27.-.\ amount you want today on easiest ''I' :

vicleu truption wf La Soufriere tb' I terim and lowest rl\tp" anywhere I -

of wheat and malt obtainable! on improved city real
Street, crisp flaRes filth big catbuibt since the catastu; "
-: fo*latf.from'm. Fisher, 5:04' ; B.
phe of May 7, tcok place jestor.la.: 1! Palafox Street. In-tf ii

G orgetown, and the village of Cha I j'
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All "Sunny Jims" now. tau Lklair situated on the west ( l JM t

In our hr>us<'hold Force is&>familiar and of sst.: Vincent were again evacuai: -I I IF YOU want to borrow money, Invest

t';. j- -Sunny! Jim,' and that's saying a by their inhabitants.Telephone money, Insure your property, I :,
: al tor we are all 'Sunny Jims' now. procure ub-tmcts of title, buy or : '
"II. L.&TOJ.S." communication in those 'foll real estate, rent property of
41 dn!iNs is interrupted owing lip fkr'e ; Hiiy de-cript'on. have rent collated -

lishtnir! *. Sulterranean rumblings -- I or your taxes at.E'nd"d to, !-
can be heard and, volcanic clouds arsetn <.- -- cull on or artdre i>o=. ('. Watson :

-# / I t' L- & Co Rt-al Estate and Insurance i.,
from the city. The crater ha- / : r I
I -- !If Ifa& Ifv I i ;:.:':.i ; At'ent Pencoia. Fin. Charge :
I !been: smoking constantly since tlu- >! J P"a '!
I LEE TO HANG DEC. :23.: j .f.' ;" ,. iiioder-t. To evervunr: who buys :
I terrible eruption of Oct. 16. '"
TRAGCDEATH.I. | \' 1.C \ u lot from nWI' will lend moneywith i I

Murderer of Miss Suttics Reser.tenctd A fI .fp : : w J ,,-f. '.J" >:"'. I which to build a house. 8i-tf il" I
on cf Coiling Sir-;? { San Francisco, Nov. 27.-Tho vc'- r t' : I '
JadrjHozn. I -
by 7ti ---- --
!
csno Sr.nta: Maria was in violent eru-- rJlIlJi \ !
Ca. Ltfrll fJ '
Jyo j I Atlanta Nov. 27..Miln.rJ Lee, thomurderer \/:/ Jl ; ; ti' t
,"".. Zb:: .--ruling! j I of Ml.l.illa: May Suttles iVS3 i t'o.i when tlit- Pacific mail stc-tn> i 'j) 1 lnfh'I'J.rnl.It H ('h..I,; !'.... ..
'
'- -Ui! car CIo. j i City of \u.n.a.: which arrived h> i- A ,

...t!:, Charli D.1.,1 j Hoan yesterday to be banged sentc-ncod on Dec. 23 by: betweenthe Judge j >"e':- ')'(11;.'. left there nine days a ;_I. a ft 1 i.ffl il 9 1'i } tl'j ''I' l I N DFRGAIlTEN Reboot will be

.us farmer While the rteamer lay at Chamlerothe : 1 i i>-'iipd at 35; J1"t'ri.rht street, 1
hours of 11 a. in. and 1 p. m. J'6J Oct. 1 by MHS Margaret M; clay.StKtf :
'.,:r ''bly and fa- I I mountain far away was spouting'
I The rtmittur from the supremecourt ) i : ;
,.."I a few hours ashes, smoke and pumice stone, the!
the former verdictof Every sick< and ailing woman,
affirming I -- ----- -- ===== I
i l flakes falling in showers all! over th Ij j
I the tower court. was received :)ea- who suffers I .
', bioling sirup !: onntn'. Every young girl monthly, I'CH' !'toale UI" Ih'Ht. ,
cvn terday morlOln!;. anj at 2:: o'clock 1j- i. -
: was superintend- I The city of Quexalter.an is Every woman who is approaching maternity, ; .j.
tsrday afternoon L(e was bro htno... FOR SALE Rent-A country '_
.. the accident tated at the base of Santa Maria on who feels that life i is a burden! ,
hen
\\ the court house to be resentenced. I Every woman hr me2>a miles from city, one mile ,.

.,-t I.im hs liIe. The Judge Roan was evidently affectedat the eastern slope and r.o fears have Every woman who has tried all other means to regain health without success, from car line, adjourning Mrs.! ,
:i heretofore been entertained for the Baars' t
property on Bayou Texar!
lor two POS.
t the situation. Lee himself was of life
i who is through that critical time -the change 1
Every woman going .
.. k toun.Ution under town's safety. All the damage reported where plenty of fiQh are caught.
: calm. and took his sentence quietly.His I
.1. built.! It was \\h"ep !! was much the same I has been on the western EiJo. is incited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., in regard to her trouble, and :For further particulars applv at I
appearance
reaching from the mountain to the I II 4C2 West Belmont street. Slolm l' .
of these how to obtain a CURE will be seat abso-
'<>n to one as at the Jail. His hair had been the most expert advice telling exactly j
seashore, 30 miles away. That the : .
I
fell
hIS balance and I .
rather more closely cut, and his face damage has extended the lutely free of cost. l-'op J.ltH\
across
i I'M-', other. was pale. Ills eyes roamed about the .. .. r
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mountain is evidence of the terrific
"'. ,.,r.n brought!!; immcdiU court room but rested fairly well I activity of the volcano. The one thing that qualifies a person to give :advice on any subject C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances,

\\ 'n he was reaehh.i upon the judge as he spoke the fatal 13 experience experience creates knowledge.No etc. Apply to Wm. Blamer. Thos.
Refugees are making their to I
way
,' : family and oths words. Johnson cf Dan Murphy. 28olm
al- I the seaside traveling to Ocas or other person has so wide an cxperi'ncc: with female ills nor sucha
:.1 s:; with his body "Lee have you anything to say
Champerico and from the ports pro I record success as Mrs. llnkliam has had.,
i >urtd by the bol- now, why sentence or death shoud; I SMALL store and dwelling corner !
li.-ad: and legs were I not be passed upon you" demandei ceeifing south by steamer. From the Over a hundred thousand cases come before her each year. Suno Coyle and A streets, We't Hill ; to-
I
the! pot but his Judge Roan. officers of the City of Panama it was personally,others by niiiil. And this has been going on for twenty years, KPther or separate. W. A. Du-
learned that some of the planters ar> boison. 6nlm:( *
... ,! by the s.-ethins Lee shook his head. i day after day, and day after day.
--
7f the opinion that the ashes may \hn'
-I;' ss toon cam" "Xo. sir." uccess-tliiiik of the knowledge thus 1
beneficial to the soil and that the Twenty years of constant JIAIllMRH. GO'.")""' .t
,- to the terrible Judge Roan told Lee he number- !'
._
arevUe in seeking advice from a woman with :
damage to the ranohrs may be only !gained! Surely women -- ----------
,;r id.l many of his kinspoojile as friend, : .
', >l "om the pot and spoke of the extreme rain tl.e temporary.Ahculute. such an experience, especially when it is free.Mrs. SARAH BEIR F.-ManufIlC.
:: ruin stares many ranch- tnrer and dealpr in Hair Goods,
lice whe're'vnt I situation gave him. The judge sa'dhe : ns in the face and the livelihood of Hayes, of 15.)!'!on, urote to \lrs. PinMiam w lien sluwa Jlat Toilet Articles. Hair Oil
i Hi'w knew :Jliss Suttles! and all her pao- I the result. There are actually
thousands of natives for many monthsto In great trouble. Her It.tt'rhow! x f-tc., 320 West Government street, ;
: ':;s soon pie as well. .. ..., .
come has beenshut off by the thousands of such letters in Mr IMnkliamS! IM.S ; -
I I.: ,' thc enl I "It's a solemn hour for you." 'je-j Ag'iil't'aitti'tt..

,! med bt- "No sir-it ain't! I can't say whyI stmctiveork of the volcano DE vn Mus.' PINKHAM : -I have been umlcr doctors' rratment for female -------------- ,. -_. -
I worK of rehabilitating the farms will1: troubles for some time, but without any relief. They now it'll me 1 have ..
inner ind. I did it. but I've always thought EDUCATED younsr man wanted
I
probably be that of other hands thin fibroid tumor. I cannot sit down withou't great pain and th.orCI1('!>!oo extends !
to r >*piit In this districtew
.
: !. best for soul. pr
( I was my both backatid front. My I aMomen I
the present owners, for ?o great has j up my spine. I have bearing down pains York Publishing HOUSP. Able and '
anitoftie I ; l
.e.l. Lee spoke trtmbingly. comfortVomb is
dreadfully
been the damage that the majority of I is swollen. I cannot wear my clothes with any convincing talker. flood reference f '
,
I "But the deed is done," began the I planters may never rcco\er from their 'I swollen, and, I have had flowing spells for three years. My appetite is not required. Liberal remunera I \
judge I : good. I cannot walk or lie on my feet for any length of time.
tion. ,
giviiisr reference to
10s CS. .. little book accurately Apply .
of Fibroid Tumor. given in 'I
The your
in the "Yes. slr-that'I right, admitted symptoms Stein
&
M. 11 Otis, of Now York, a passenger describe my case, so I write to you for ad'l'ice.-IIl'3. I';. F. HAILS, 2i3Dudley : Lind-ay Broadway, NewYork I r
.
have "
rather
': army the prisoner. "I'd gone City.
: on the City of Panama describes! St. ISoatun, ), Eoxbury, Mass.. It 1 IWAN'1'J.I
-
-tate:; before but I'm ready now. --
the appearance cf the land and sea in "
1 ." 1 ,. : CoaH Judge Roan then completed the sentence "DEAR Mrw. PIVKIIAM :- I wrote to you descril< my symptoms, nml ). :

and Lee was led away silent to the mountain.neighborhood of the spouting I asked your Ivice. You replied and I followed i.ll jour directions carefully ___ __ _ ___ ;r
: for several months, and to-dav I am a well woman. .
the tower. A\TRD-AII kinds of bper
"As far as the eye could reach from "The use of 1,3 Iii 1':. I'inkliain's YcRftahlft (NtinpoiiiKi.. together empty '
COULD HADLYCET bottles. B. Friedman.. n9-tf
U?.
Champtrico.\ lip said "there is nothing with your advice, carefully followed entirely expelled the tumor, and strengthened
!, 'f. .\.IJ1f' Ill! END CF STORMY MARRIAGE. I
y. writes: I to be seen hut ashes and pumice the whole system. I can walk miles now "

rrv:, t. ,it I have: taken stone. \\ ( sailed for miles through a .. Your Vegt taIlt' Compound U worth five dollars a drop. I :advis> all WANTKD accident-death Orf anizera and old; we pay benefits eick, '
i Justice Scott Grants Divorce to [: women who are afflicted with tumors, or any female trouble to write you for age -
:' .- Kidney Cure Miller. u.\\ sea of ashes. From the sea to Santa: Ivice, and give it a faithful trial." Mils. E. T. HAIES, 'jr.2 Dudley :St.iostun ; top renewal contracts. American : ,
!1 ""i !more than any gene Maria the country looked like a boilIng I Mass. Fraternity, Washington D.
Stamford, Conn., Nov. 27.-Eugene ( :: ), Uoxbury. I C.
I !'ifd! inmy; ad- caldron. At times the discharge! 25o-oawtf
hill n-Jiie of them Miller of New York. comptroller of1! would be carried up a short distance I Mr*. Ila>os wilt gladly answer any ail all let tor- that may ben I II
I
'I- f. :My drusjj\ i'tI the Hotel Astor! company has obtain-1'!' into the air, ar.d then it would eprral I I j. v'? 1'idul'CurR ed a (docre cf absolute: divorce from' : La.: wants men to learn
out like EJI umbrella! and fall to theearth lier. I
I I
I LIH. Before coinI his \\;[Madaline on statutory | barber trade. Steady practice, ex-

-" was in such a ground.-. The decree was given by covering trees bushes auJ if wic iniM-t f.h\\lh prixlaM' il\i ., i.r .n.II..t"'r itul fijnatnrs' of 1 pert instructions! tools presented! '
"Ulii\ hardly iret up York i hills with a white shroud. i nroonr-OR-tIT; ",!"; II 111>.'11 \\Iii! ,,i--. its a ....ilui.. n..in. ul.j.li.i '" 1 wages! Saturdavs, board provided. $It'
New SM-
of the .
Justice Soott. I
L"nn.1:1.:
Co., "
,: 1:: 1-inLliam Mi-duiiie
1
"At woultlsowa
v; \V. AD'AUm'ifXSt. other times the discharge:: Beautifully illustrated catalogueand ,
I
': pivnie ttnirt.Mr to leap high in the air as ifpropelled i particulars mailed free.
?. Miller (!'('P-IWcI two years as;<>
Election. .
by a shock that could! ',1' Waycross | ii I -- --- ---- --

,PS AT CULECRA. from here Dr.where Frank IIhhad II. names'been confined sanitarium for 'I felt all the way to Champerico. Earthquakes : Y.'aycross, Ga.. Xov. 27.-:Mun:< IDP :._ HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM I WANTED good man to go to I

were frequent and the peoplt polities! Wayrross aro g'nwing: (In mOL ntLf and traaiu.ti the h4'rt (South Africa to runw: bench I

p ring For the Coming: trcitmt-nt for alcoholism.! After PScajiinj I felt that the country rested on a very Interest every day, and will! iirnhau'vreath _' -v I'romutt.: Fii'i A laxunanl to Kestr prowth.NwVtr : she brn'urM! suit for $:oOOi)0): : lIar to its Youthful Color. mould and to take of knives
al Maneuvers. I uncertain foundation. fever heat before tin) i''">*tion :i d...... bmtf tailuz.PROFESSIONAL car" \ J
IP *&
:N.v.; .7: .-Sm-c: th,' ir- { damages aairst the donor! and herI I "'1 be people in Charaperico\ seem unable -' in January. The Conser\at\c; club | -'w Curti:iI v.ar,_11"J": !>". ..;." and saws. Apply to C. W. Hager- I

\(I'almlral: lligrfa-I husband for allied false imprison |t to form any estimate of the met ami chose condidates for the .:1 I 'I II _ I,! man, Theisen Uuilding.; n5tf ,.1.
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.v i.hie! jackets of that j mrnt. The case never came to trial. I number of lives lost, but all j flernrc and board of education. C. 1.1| -- JOln- Ii i iVANTEI200
agree f' I
The :Millers: reconciled \ gentlemen! to
] not niter
were
\ I' 'rfi-n engaged says a Msr.nhy. S. I). Pittman and .T. M. Coxwer' CARDS. } !
that the work of devastation as far as ,II I '
i i : the Pen-ac'ila
'. fiom Culhra.V.. I., the: suit was brought and later th" i nominated for alderman and V. I .. .. ,[ Prying Club, S'j !
'I the coffee plantations are concerned, I -- ---------------------------- i, South Palafox. Clothes cleaned I ,

a1.a! amtss the narrow woman motive attf'mptl'd1:1ridl'her domestic troubles. giving 5h'I asa I is complete." L. stanton, I. Johnson and A. :1. W. C. ROWE M. D. i and prpssed, called forand deliver. I'I I /'

| wUnh separates Great Knit for, ttie boar l of education. i ed for $1 per month. ISnlmi t
i hulic acid at the borneo I l' '
swallowed
('a' ---- ----
the I !
laiger bay thus af- ELEVATOR KILLS TWO. I Office: 17X S. 1'aUfnz. i '
Mrs. Cynthia flet.4. No 113 V.'estl I Tramping From Peru to St Louis. I : rl
\ pagfrom one hsrltor I H ours from S to I/.3D a. m. sad 1 to 8 p. nand : AIAI W iiui .i' SVANI'flI). l 1''j
!ier.iiuher.. II Flft nth ?tre<'t. :Manhattan. Then!' Gisya'iuil, Ecuador. Xov. 27.-GUI' I --- ,.,..,.,..,.-- - :
Car Fails and Workmen Are Crushedto I
v.lth :500; marines she tried to thrcw herself out of 2 I Death. : ecpp" Casselll.! an Italian pedestrian, after o'clock THREE young men from Pensacola ; f t \

\\ .u hare bin t.n'l lIC'conj.story'In.lol\'. but was prevented -, I who left Lima, Peru, Aug. 8, for St. Phono: OS. I and vicinity at once to prepare for ,;
doing ----
Xw York Nov. 27. The fall f -
> =-- =: : -- Positions in the Government Ser
by Mrs R.>ed. She hovered\ i Louis. Mo., expects to reach St. Louis
;
n the isthmus of I
Panama ha* a freight elevator being construct" vice. Apply to Inter-BtateCorrf' 1 I
i between life and death in a hospital I In time for the exposition. I .
; aiM
was placed In quarantine in the Jew stables of a dry goods firmat Inst.. Cedar Rapid la. n24 2m t
for several weeks, but finally recovered. I _ I"
precaufiorary nrlhpn: - -- ----
:\o. 22esi: Thirteenth street, I Hows I111 : :ii!

ought sate her detachment will I I caused the death of two men. They W ,3er! One Hundred Dollars reward I !:'(Ht MAL.K.tOR i.II i.j j.

"' ';fli) *nnw in camp. forming al CANCKIl; CTUKI; HY HLOUI) HALM : were Frederick Dedendorf of Xc. I for any case of Catarrh that I

-[ml' t. which will take part I i 3C4 West One Hundred and Sixteenth' cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh I II 8ALE-The Union Depot Res- ;!- : ,.

ming operations. All kin and Itluixl li"f'a.1i Cured. I itreit. and R Harris of No. 41C West I Cure. taurant. Big bargain ; enjoying ; ;

'-x-do| flotilla cf SI'H'n"l'Sspil Mrs. M. I,. Adams Fredouia Ala., I j Twenty-eighth street. F.J. CHE EY, & ('0., Toledo O.'V good patronage. Owner has other J I I II
d from San: Juan and the undersigned; have known business and cannot manage: it. I 11
gomtil took Botanic Hlood I>alm, which ef- ;, Harris was in the car and Deden- I II F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years, I
in i
in Great Harbor wht'.t' I I Enquire, restaurant, of (1. B. t j:
ecftually cured an eatinsr cancer of j don was working at the bottom of the : and believe him perfectly honorablein i McOill. I '

will Le made ready for the nose and face. The sores healedup : thaft. A workman on the second |: all business transactions and -f I

o :u In the search prob- perfectly. Many doctors had ; floor placed a plank in such a position financially able to carry firm.out any ob- : A BARGAIN can be had in one of 1. ; : :
made by their ,
that it projected into the shaft.: ligatioL I Ii I
the finest residence
and most desirable r" t
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'" engaged In routin [given u;? her case as hopeless, hundreds WEST & TKCAX,
; | The elevator car in descending was i sections of Northwest Hill, \ I J JI
fu! arrival of the ccl. of ca=es of cancer, eating 1 Wholesale Druggists, Toledo 0.
the and the to guaranteed lease at fair
stopped by plank steel.I WAIDIMJ: KIXSAX: & MARVIN, I ubjct : i
-, The.i sores, supperatiug swellings, etc., i for three Plan \ .
expected. of
hou
< .ny cable coiled up on top of the car. The : Wholesale Druggists; Toledo, 0. I years. e can :' J
1 '! .1" filled: in prcpaitih have been cared by Blood Balm. weight\ became so great that the plank I I I Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken in- he seen at my office. A. V. Clubb, : !

: problem. Among others, Mrs. B. M. Guerney, (( broke and the car plunged to theI :' ternilly, acting directly upon the I Pensacola._ ___ ____ Ga-2w ';::1r I .. II j

\Varrior !Stand, Ala. Her noc and I basement. It Is believed that Harris. blooi and mucous surfaceof the Looks

''S. Brune Actress, III. lip were raw as beef, with offensive j while tryins to get out. was crushel : system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold & FOR SALE-The most desirable ; '

\ \ _s -Mrs. Uruno. the discharge from the eating sore between the side of the car and the by all: druRgists. Testimonials free. lots in the city on easy terms, by f : j
'j HLll's Family Pills are the best.i I the Fisher Real Estate ( t't'I
a<-tr( is dangerously m'! Doctors advised cutting, but it shaft. With Agency, ; ; JI
The man at the bottom of the Up to Delight t
.
fever in this city._ failed Blood Balm healed the i! shaft was struck by the car and ern..!!-i i Try Gunther's Candies atSoomon's. I 2u4'. South Palafox. IbalralJ !: \ "I: Ii!
--- 4
--- -& sores, and )Ir!!. Guerney i as : 'f" :
- well Botanic: Blood Balm ed to death. :i I That's Gas Illumination as 1:1 I
as ever. :
t
I I :
:
<>ar Uiin House.
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"") Vear,, Yurlurf'I James Watson foreman in char : J
I also cures eczema, itching humors, j ; :; _
OASTOrt.r.A.
we provide it for the home, properly - S __ ____ I:. t t. Ii :11
,-ved from torturing dis- scabs and !scales, bone pains, ulcers, of the work when arraigned before SEiaflthe 1! hid Yui Hare ars Br.i f It ;
offensive: pimples, blood poison, car- J Coroner Jackson, was held in $ .OlJij i sewed through! non-leaking pipes, BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler I. : I
:Tty years' torture might buncles, scrofula, risings and bumpson !l4t1lI'l #+ #- Springs, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. It ,
'r ], hall to await the result of the Inquest I tl :.tt..tl' fittings and fixtures, from the plainest j
fie gratitude of the skin and all blood troubles. I Condon, proprietress. All the T' :
any one. j
i! John Dickson. a carpenter, of :\i>. 541I j
a DeWitt's Witch Hazel Druggists: n per large bottle. I NOTICE. single jet article to the most comforts of home at very reasonable : j
West One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
I
!to Bample of Botanic Blood Balm free chandelier. rates. Northern tourists will i
f..r C. Haney, Geneva, O. and prepaid by writing Blood Balm street, was held in $tOO ball as a witS ornate find this an ideal place to spend a ; -

DeWitfs Witch Hazel Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble 1 ness. WB desire to notify; the public that Gas lighting is still the recognized portion of the season. 12ulm ;: ;!
!to I I the Gulf City Transfer Co. is still in 'I I Ii
medical advice sent in ,
of and
me piles after I had special safest illuminant, and the gas we tr .i -
and there is truth whatever
business, no
sealed letter. It is certainly worth Reward For Tram Robbers. : II
$5,000
"
Cures :
.y years. cuts, I
remarkable in the report circulated by our famish ranks with the best. :
de:. skin\ disea>85. Be- while investigating: such a : Chicago. Nov. :27.! -A reward of'': competitors that we had discon- lp4 s CURE YOURSELF I' T

'&'
"leppard. Sidney Kahn. deep-seated blood diseases.O.A.BTOn.X.A.. I tion that will lead to the arrest! of II j i' employed as manager and will hereafter from you. t.L imUUoo,1altlUllm&tlou.or ukcrtUeM I

the men who held up the Chicago. personally superintend all ,.t I. of nmcodi memtruiM. ..

C A. B '1.' I Rock Island and Pacific express near i business for this firm. All persons I a. TKtEYACfltjctC Pt.C.sa. gentorfio.onou.Fualeu, and not MUia ': ,
0 n.r: .A. hauling should see him atone ?Pen llSCO1 Gas Co. a-st' -.
:'1." 11te K.i, You Ha\8 Aays: cti" ..".u, AUats 3i2l! i Davenport, la., last Friday night and I having*. G. C. T. Co., S CISNAT1O.14b7Ih'ggt4a v.8A. crientla 51a1n wrapper., l

alr"; #. : robbed the United States Express i iI Pone 412. E. S. CRAVENS. t,,. eIpr., preptid. tot -I

&.z.i 7 I I company's safe. ,, fnlm 25 and 27 Garden St., Penuccla, Fla 1i rCst, or I.ca bottks$ a,r.t.ssL 2.'I5,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29,1902



along this line is a misrepresentation

used to fool the people and pull THE TIME Hair I ANUXPARALLEDRK.i .Ii!,;,
the wool over their eves. Vigor
The Gainesville News comes tinder -

II the class to which the Pensacola; I Keep hair. Get I
Ayefs your own II
News! refer though we are not men I
Catered at the Poet Office atPensacoi*,
Q Ill..eecond-claYtmatter. tioned specifically. In its! effort to I more. Have a clean scalp.

misrepresent the situation the Pen- HASJXPIRED Restore the color &% ,&: 100
orrlCE :-FUf* Building, 211H South sacola News purposely confuses the %
4t f tlkiox itreet, up-etalrs. I I I political with the industrial condition i I
of the state.

: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. -.--- : BILL OF EXCEPTIONS IN THE; NOTICE TO THE PUBLICJ. I .
i REFUSED ANEW
THE WEDNESDAY\
a' Terms: Invariably in Advance. I i i WHORLEY-HOGAN CASE IS I i I During August EY E I i. "i 'N i

Oat Year by Mail.. .?, ... ,_ ....._loooaiz D, Goss has been the death claims paid 11. .
)Month ,. ... .__. ... .., ......... so'I'I I MADE TOO LATE.It TRIAL secured by the i 1[ States :
and
MUSICALEThe circulation manager of The I Canada by t- i .
Atlanta
;t t Oat Week by Carrier, Payable Monday 10
I Daily News! to control the Pensacola' ble Life Assurance; S-n.' -: 1f-
'
t ---
t't i Idrtrtisirg Rates Furnished on Application -- distribution of that paper, and will: paid within one day aft.-r r. ,
discovered last
I was night that
WednesdaylMusicale; held its! I. A motion for a new trial in the be authorize:: to receive and receipt proof.
the bill of in the i
exceptions cases
regular meeting with Mrs. Pebley i case of Jack Alford, white, was I for all monies subscriptions. Any i J And during nonioni !, "I 1'' ,.

ton o'clock Wednesday morning. against Allen Whorley and A. H. I argued before Judge E. D. Beggs of communications or business! in gen- year has the Ilen"'IILI;':" i I.,.. ,
Ii
Hogan had been filed and eral relating to the below .
This the argued paper will be )$%;.
being day before Thanksgiving the
criminal court yesterday after-
,
one day too late, and as a legal con given the best of attention. Mr. !
This
: :f quite a number of our memo noon, and when the arguments' were Goes will I! excels the SOCI" ..
: PEJISAOOLA NOV 29 1902 personally see to the
t sequence Judge Blount's sentence of :'great record. It has
-- bers were unable to be present on j, concluded Judge Beggs;! announced prompt delivery of the paper, and I n' \ -
} been
v d three in the approached
state -
years penitentiaryat by any t-
ia .r account of important all complaints for '
: !
preparationsfor that he would not non-delivery or
bearing
grant a new -
; GEORGIA proposes to put a tax on hard labor will I pany.
have to be satis-
new subscriptions should be
Jj11 t4 & "dope." The article is already atax Thanksgiving. Those who did of the case. sent I Ii
to his home at i 523 East Govern- '!i "Strongest In the \\,.rhi'THE
on those who consume it. come enjoyed the meeting very fied.These / Alford's attorneys then requested
two defendants were sen ment street. Patron are especially EQUITABLE LIFE

Rt f' PRESIDENT SCHWAB declares that much. tenced GO days in which to file a bill of .exceptions warned not to pay the carrier boys Ii ANCE l H:;( CIETYI
on September 26h with the
.r hj f"r he is by no means tired of spending The following programme was rendered i, which was allowed. A any money. n24lw |I II OF THE 1'xITFU'lAi': : | i
t rest of the
gang by Judge Blount, i iI
his time and salary in Europe. : 'supersedeas'I bond of $0,500 was required

-- Mandolin Serenade (piano) ....... .. C. ohm I being one of the la-t official acts of | I Luck In Thirteen. |I
1i THE late Winner by the court.
: r' Sep wrote enough OOWLES
Mrs. l;ra wner. that gentleman. At the same time BROS.,
; !4 music to fillix() books, but not Nocturne (song) ..... _.... .. _......... _.. ,Dlnzan I I j This is the case: wherein Alford By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey, I'
enough to fill one Mrs. I'ebley. Tolbert, Reese, Thompson McCloud i j i convicted of Walton Furnace, Vt., got a box of General A::entH.
pocketbook was last week of
ii' ti. --- La Grace (piano) ._. .. .. .. ........ .C. Kohm and others! were sent up I arson, in Backlen's! Arnica :Salve: that wholly 309 H. Palafox .
St.
i {, MR. ROOSEVELT says that the color Mrs. Flinn. Notice that he set fire to dwellings at Ferry cured a horrible Fever Hore on his; I I'EX-\.I i
was given then that a new \
line dues not go in making his appointment Mr. J. O. Walker was elected an Pass and was a party several timesto leg. Nothing else could. Positively -
a trial would be requested and de- i iI cures Bruises, Felon, Ulcers, Erup- '
tl1 c i in the South. All coons honorary: member and Miss Kessler fendants' I acts! of rowdyism which occurred lions, Boils, Burns, Corn and Pile Carolina Portland
i
::4" look alike to him. attorneys asked that 60'
+ an active member of the club. there. It was so at one time near Onlv 25c. Guaranteed bv W. A.
--- --
I days' be allowed them to fill a bill of ,;' D'Alemberte, druggl=t. 121 :S.: Pala '
I WHILE the northern politicians The next meeting will be held I i Ferry Pass that a certain class of fox Itreet. I
exceptions to the evidence in ..
1 ( al1 1R are still! tiarpiu on the color lUll in Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock ]: su- people were not allowed to walk Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM
; !., b t the South, the snow line seems rlowly port of the contention they would I .
with Miss Heine, Palafox street. I I I with any degree of safety: in the
;Zf } P9r but surely moviuft to the Gulf.AKKAM make to show the testimony to be not
-- i neighborhood, and from the jury's ALA
Jumped Oil a Ten Penny \all. sufficient to convict on the charge. ,

+ ''t' :t } is no Democrat.Ve HEWITT declares somehow that always he- The little daughter: of Mr. J. N. In the case of Hogan there was no I conclusion, Alford was a leader in -

; s: felt that way ourselves since Powell jumped on an inverted rake bill filed, and there is no chance of i one of these gangs.: Stockf all Huh (Jr .IIt.-(
%;I y"" made of ten penny nails, and thrustone I -- - can Portland Cementd..
the old
( t gentleman upset Mr. Til- his getting out of serving his time Violent Attack I 1 Cr.up Cured. German "Saturn:: ," (,.-nll
iI Stir" 1 den's apple cart. nail entirely through her foot I i1K land i
Cement
r4.1"f and a second one half I except to forever dodge the officers "Lat: winter an infant child of I Ii Pla-ter. Kins; N. Y. (

f' I jt THE Gainesville !Sun will soon I Chamberlain's Pain way Balm through.wasj ; I J i of the law. A letter lately rtceived I I i! says mine Elder had croup John in W.a Ito violent;rers, a Christ form," ( ) Nurfitlk.Iio-pndale Port;mouti Cenuiit! t''" ,,

f spread out to eight pages. It has j[ promptly applied and five from ian Savaniuh, Jacfcaonville, P.
minuteslater ||: him was from Cuba, and a i Evangelist, rf Filley, Io. "I I Mobile; New Odeant
long been one uf the best in the state, ;: the pain had disappeared and ':I gave: hr-r a few does of Chamber 1 We Ii"
t also ,
; prominent attorney said last : NOTEi uiakphipiiiL-nt-
evening
,, r and we are glad to see that competi : no more suffering was experienced. lain's Cough; Remedy and iu a short I Mills; wherever

11. ,t 4k 1 tion has :o bracing etfect upon I In three days' the child was: wearingher / that he could be extradited. :; child time all recovered.danger:'wapat This and the freight rate. Hole we sells| ?''.-t ,.:'
{ remedy not '!
Urother McCreary. shoe Whorley was heard from in Jacksonville "Alabama" and "::01111: .
; ;1'I as usual and with absolutely only cures .croup, but when given I i Brand." Portland On.- : \. >,
; :
no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a short while It is as soon as the first symptoms
AN attempt will probably be made i 1 ago. re- :, will the attack. It i lia Hydraulic Nato: i i
prevent
+tf i a well known merchant of Forkland, ported that he with app.eJr'l made near IJirmin l, -.
at the coming ses-ion of Congress to j was a party in I no opium or other harmful t.Correspondence

t i create a department of commerce Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and that city from Peusacola; that his !iI and may be given as c
heals such injuries without matura- I :''a baby a* to an adult. For sale by Solicited
hi It is generally supposed that the tion and in one-third the I companion was arrested for a crime I jail druggists and medicine dealers. See that Each Cigar is
tc country is already supplied with time required -1 I -- _____ __ i
I
ij Iii sucb a department, and tnat a gentleman by the usual treatment. For I! committed in Georgia some time ago, j, A l.IBEH.OFFEn.. Stamped. I Sare ,'' > '

t / 'i f by the name of Morgan is at'' dealers.sale by all druggists and medicine I and that Whorley shook the Florida I I II The undersigned! will give! a free I ; l}Ioney 1c'h; ill"' -
; { rf
p241 5h i/i t .tl the head-thereof.' I sand from his shoes in a hurry I sample of Chamberlain's Htomach I FRANK( REILLY, \ lure at .AIarston & y' i 1'1

and went into Alabama, where he is and Livpr Tablet: to one wanting
; any
E THE rural police bill peacefully' OFFERED BADMONEY a reliable remedy for diorder I SOLE: AGENT. Great Furniture /'/ ",
now reported to be.
.
iM passed away .n the table" in the of the stomach biliousness con-

1 ; 4 Georgia legislature the other uay. It Whorley's supersedeas bond was i I stipatiou. This is a new remedy r l1n.

ttt htllr r provided lor what would virtually TO CREEKSCertiiu i: fixed at S-JUO: and that of Hogan atSTiO. ,> medicine aud a !bond dealer one. All druggists and 1 Tin: - -

s tlr; have been a state con-tabulary, and This writ is for the of' STEAMER LINE SCUIE
purpose '

'1 -!, ?ageof,the picturesque the lion Joe and Hall Hawing, should lam1 ;)I people in Penacola are ':!i staying the other proceedings i I i I SEND YOUR ORDERSto I JA I? ill R ? 1 :;

i 4. 1 jaf y have been tllt1tltd"obill to raise handling a serious propo-ition by': against the defendants: but it !eems ': ICIWer'n rrr.h.icola and Mill"' 1.I .

t '' li-11 in Georgia. II. | certain operation which they are | now that both will be forfeited. Pearl & Dolive! for carpenter or I hone Daily f-icppr: Suinlm
1 ____ 1 electrical work. Repair work a \\' llllc. .t1c' and

I.! E THE M. Augustine; Record sees' !j suspected of perpetrating; on ignorant I The time of filing the bill of ex- I I,,I s pecIllty.I -. __ It 'ialI (inxcrs.MiiMjrAUTiis "CITOF TAMPA. "

1;t t much to admire in the friendly relations I foreign/ store keepers in Pensacola. I iceptions' was Gl' days twenty-four Milton *:::>'am I.\ !t" ".i" i iirI'tnMnola.K I.',
|: The finest line of : KM .
silver '
BfriIV I sterling : ''IUIlr \ ''
t n' 1, now existing; between the editors La-tuighta; Greek, who had not I hours later thin the time given by : ..
4 J goods and silver novelties i is to be 'ar. MIC.; : Knun I III I I. '
1 i of tillS and been i j Blount. This j Family, Fancy and Staple
: city commends their in Americaery long and I Judge natural mistake j| found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to

: (f example a* one which our Tampa I whose command of the English! I was made by the attorneys forgetting !- j i I please all. *< Groceries, .<
I\ JEWELER IN HIS
; contemporaries would do well to fol --
1 S : i f low. j 1.ui ;uate is limited, said that several i that October had 31 days instead i and All Kind: of Up-to-dUe Fancy',
Our method, howe>er, is notsufficiently
i I times' of late people here whom he 1 of :!o. : Refrigerators"eh\\ ave a Goods. -
ftnvitional: tu suit the NEW STAN[
ir ---- -- I Ii few left which we will sell We are Sole Distributor
; t torrid zone of Tamp: | could: identify, had ollered him bad I forVeat
i 'Irqmitl Flames.Breaking at cost. Marston $ Quina FlorM i fur tilt Cil-bratfd I Cafe: du
; ?;'-cent pieces and bad paper money, I MondtCollef.. Sweet homelolas
:
-
-- -
t into a blazing home, > I have moved
= Illini my jewelry -
es and
., G3illl'..\Ille Critic.In meaning/ Confederate note Latwitk I some firemen lately: dragged tie I, OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine Delicate-sen. ClillliX German F'louraliayle'a- A'mnarican: i 120 South Palafox: foruierh!'

a lung and incoherent he left Food ( ...' pied by Das & Co., and an
editorial an entirely new man in I sleeping inmtm-s from death. Farm.j Canned Me'it:. Etc. All ,

i' essay the Gainesville News make i charge of his place :and a bad Confederate i cied security, and death near. It's',' of which are hpl.1 l l b? all first-class' great better bargains prepared diamond-than ever. t .
}.' 1 t at the of THE that oyster3 today. Try them Jte'.iil Grocer in the (city. n
when
merry
3. expense NEWS, j note was passed on him, I way you neglect cough : Nis' Al'Os'lLE. jewelry, etc. Call and -"
and endeavors to coustiue an editorial ;, and cold*. Don't do it. Dr. King's/ (i.i tI .oa"fll H.UAr'OX.ES let me cOlvincp1111.
fl+ rr and he had gave the same to another : v.
that rtcently appeared in New Dicovery for Consumption J. J. STEPH1! i iFoley's j' -

e j: l these' columns; by meanof its own lone of his countrymen, 'who had I gives perfect protection again-t all'' -.":.---- .... --.,,-...-......._...,-...'--.-. --.. .- h- --
WW 4' .". ,
Throat, Chest and -- -L1,61 t.1Id 11 y1r.br ,,::,
A stupidity aud malice. been longer in the United States and Lung Trouble* ''J' lvrwVV I
Keep it near, and avoid ..nUerin II Kidney Cure
t fit, That editorial was I' :: t;
suggested; by a who would take
proper steps to have death, and doctor's bills. A '
k teaspoonful tn.hs
tr r ft charucten-tic outburst from thH little j kidneys and bladder r.7: -t.
| stops a late cough, I. .New
the guilty parties! arrested and pun- ; pHI- SIirts..l ft
Gainesville moralist our, who ; ; ent u-e the hurt stubborn. Harm
l { 'f I! i=lied. .
!l I t? it never so much at ease awhen; i, I less and nice toting, it's ruarant>f.d EVERYBODY LOOKS

) As 1 regulating existence for hi* neighbore The Greek said he would know.I to satisfy by W. A. D'Alemberte.121: I:) (:)
I ri. Palafox[ "tref>t. Price 5oa and $I. -\T-"
and u-iug his own inferiority as these people, who are negroe; and Trial bottle free. FOR THE BESl

a measure for the motives of other;. 'I said he had witnesses to prove h .i I ___ [:j' m -


4 and Iu that ncialprlojudict'outburst of political, thinly spleen dw had coin.several:.._ times refused the_ spurious eBIC I!I t:I CROWD AT I II I' JUiiliain( !:olii00n) &St Son. iii I Creary.H'-re it They i ia. are Call doing on ...r.. '


1 guised as public spirit, our contemporary I i work that can be turnei ou: i
J1.' .t Ijonk Out I.ir I'pn l'. THE
? t'J referred to the presence: I OPENING> : prepared: to do any kind '
'Milv'Jf in Florida of foreign influence Hillonsnes*. and liver disorders at j j l t (!) We ij
: andy this season may be prevented by ask an Inspection of Our (j)I They put on India rul/b
y h. foreign capital iu anything but com- cleansing the system with De\Vitt'.;; I on the market, on -l-'i.r;

,t1 ::4 Alimentary terui'. Little Early Ki-er-. These famous Hundreds of people attends d th" I Ready-to-Wear Department. m >ittity, have a full lin :

t *'; This puerile plea is", by no mean- little pills do not ;;npe. Tbeymove I initial opening ot the bu K'...-" & (EEi !) tire Dues in -lock. .

$ new in Florid It has been heard by the reason bowel gently of the but tome copiously, and, I Co. store lat afternoon aud Ut (: ins! They your can buggy make; nec it -.t/i| :u:';i -

a here before but ne'eat a time give properties : !) M1I r I:) Their prices, too, are .:
n
? tone and strnirt: | to the gland i i night. Kiy crowds were haud.ed j'j't i ii'W2W r t'iithey '
e I when it was le<* opportune or moreutterly Harris'i Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Ei Wi !. have ample capit'il! Cd c r
-41U ruperiluouand Sidney Kahn. comfortably and had thing* ben ( /" It firt-class carriage tJ.JlIIIII _'
; at "nutr'
4 e : ) repairing bu=ins-". D,.t't t ,
later day: when we have more time -- --- -- -- I II I sold lat evening/ ; the firm would :. IF YOU NEED A NEW SKIRT ZUJ (;ij call on them.

sv : and the little Gainesville, kicker ha- i! have been enriched several: thousand I i Scales repaired.HrirEK.

} ; ; more sense, we .lull be pleased to Ml Humors :| dollars. '; It will be to your interest to call m( ) i A Chfc\ Jt'I
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F-tliardt
it I (mi -::

continue contemporary a controversy has: opened which without our Arc impure matter which the skin, I People were all wondering hw m 1 IV J\ Jfl9UJ1 I'V ?: ; 1:)I Phone 07.
JU
I s I Jr l YVU
', ; ; knowing what is inside of it. liver, kidneys aud other organs ran i things; coal be sold so cheaply, I lot .'. > 1J .. ,
:'
As' an example of the logic Pinployed ': not take care of without help, there is I Managers Nixon and Johnson oily 1;) M FINE STATIONERY.

i in Gainesville newspaper | such au accumulation of them. I smiled when asked, and said small : 50 New Skirts Just Added to our Stock, !5;?) -

$ circles just now tLe following pira-1 I They litter the whole system. j profits were the commanding feature E:;) $3.75 to 500. : C. V. Thompson, Xo. !I I t H--'
1 graph i* instructive, especially at a I Pimples: boils (!)
eczema and other of this widely known firm. I Palaf'ix street, has .
i
ju-t *
k moment when three candidates' for. op-n
!
+ tbe United :State senate are virtual- !' eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired Every person visiting/ the st're j 25 High-Class Skirts, Bought as Samples, 25 per jj new -uppljr of Linen and H .

IS' ,t ly before the people, only one of I foilitubilious turn*, fits of indigestion last; evening was presented with a .;. ..0( cent Off Regular Price. $ ... Paper*, white, blue and ;ray, w '

r L y f whom, by-the-way, was born upon dull headaches' and many other beautiful souvenir, with the fim'z : Envelopes to match. Oxford hIZ'-\
; (Ei:)
4 the soil that unfortunate' enough! {' troubles' arc due to them.Hood's II ,!;} Children's Automobile Coats .m also Foreign/ Mail Tablets witf! F): -
compliments, and until after 10) p. :noI I ,
:l b l-<< the little Gainesville, velopes to match. Ink, P"II-< :
sprout sandspur I ;
-
:.., ,'x. .\,..'fmf1'-:, : Sarsaparilla : the crowds admired the window I:) $2.25 to $4.75. m E. 1 Penholders JJlankbaok Fil.- ,-(<

:fJl${jj l:;:''1."i In its; issue of November 22 The i and Pills I display/: etc. '> :;-' Misses' Monte Carlo $4.50 to $7.50. etc., always on hand.
The store opened for ; Phone .
:- i 1 News' attempts to read a lecture to patronage 2U.I :

it .,: ': those papers in Florid who are insisting Remove this morning/ S o'clock and tle f f,! 75 Child's E Ij
all humors overcome all Reefers
at 75c .
tj- that the each. ; I
_ j' "f. :,; people Of Florida place i* a central attraction today '
; 'ti .: t and not a few politicians and millionaire their efforts, rtreiurthen.! tone and ------- ---- -- I ClLf3TOZtYli.
tll *, be entrusted with the I I P Blankets and Comforts !;) e l P ( j/lrir/
i Z I .' x:- eminentthtfr state. In this goy connection invigorate the whole system. i Cleaning ladies skirts and wary from 50c Up. 3-tn th. :;
i I ect'uw
of
s'"I' I The News makes the ridiculous i "I had salt rheum on my hands so that I'i is one o-r specialties star Lau : {41;3 f
,
). : i ", a-;;trtll\U that the papers i: attempts i could not work. I took Hixxl's :Sarsaparilla: dry. I(

F t ; 5 criticize are discouraging !| and it drove out the humor. I continued

Aft i y .'' 4i capital fcTothiug vent the and could development making OH further an of ttfjrt the from to state pre the i I IRA Its use O. EROWS till the, Rumford sart-s disappeared.Falls, Me." MBS. 'i lfl udgin-'s- -fie-Best /or- $[. E JUiiliain! JObUiOU) B0n. Iii i rocking All kinds chairs of at chairs Marston an<


truth and tne Pensacola New Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to Hot Rolls, at 5 p. xa., 10*. 1 .
tI cure and keeps the I -_---".'-- --...-_-_...-_-_ '. -- .. ,_- .._- $ Quina's. Prices are very
that assertion it makes promise. -. --. sf
wows every adoz.atSolomon's. r ,.._ ', -- '. .-.--,-_ _.' _;
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29.1902. V'ji' i

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CHANGE OP CLIMATENot KTo. SGO3. t I I j

W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; "1 \ I
e@ON Necessary In Order to Cure s..1. FOSHEE.Vice-President" ; PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. 1J'; 'I I


; The popular Catarrh.idea that the only cure nEWS NOTES AMERICAN NATIDNAL"N BANK ,! !; ::1 ;

for chronic catarrh is a change of .,

THEIR WAY-HERE SOON. climate, is a mistake because Catarrh OF PENSACOLA: FLA. 1! j j !

found in all climates in all The Meyer Shoe Co. is now offer
1 sections of the country; and even if ing a special bargain in a ladies' Designated Depository of the United States. I : t I
I.
] io a change of climate should benefitfor winter shoe. Call on them and ask Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 2 19O'o!. ,; > ;, 1 I .

l a time the catarrh will certainly to see it.Ismail. r' ,
.11 RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. --i II' I

'? return. Brown, a negro, was jailed Loansand Discounts...... ...... ...... ..... fli2,921.84: : Capital Stock ...... .... .. .... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 ;
( > Catarrh may be readily cured in yesterday a warrant charginghim Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17! Surplus..... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 ;:R II
) any climate, but the only way to do upon U. S. Bonds and Premiums.. ....... ..... 213, 06.87 Undivided Profits..... ...... ..... .... .... 5,590.31 : II
("" it is to destroy from the with imputing a want of chas- Stocks, securities, etc.... .. .... .. .. .. ...... 2,625.00 RediscountsCirculation ..... ...... ..... ... ....... ... 10,287.61 't J
A, : or remove tity to an anmarried female. Furniture ani Fixtures.... .. .... .... ...... 6,718.48 ...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125.000.CO : .
:-\ / system the catarrhal germs which I. R. Stamps.... ......... .... ... .. .. ...... 65.82 Deposits..... ...... ...... ............ ...... 461,801.35 I
... I. 0 cause all the mischief.The The management of the opera Cash and Exchange.. .... ...... ...... ...... 153,943.12 ;, ;
treatment by inhalers, sprays, house wish to correct the report, .: > '
:\... "J ..I... ;;f which has been erroneously circulated :
.: J I'I powders and washes! has been proven ; Total...... . .... .. .... .... .. .. .. ...... $822,382.30 Total.. .. .... .. .. .... ..... .... .. ... .. .. 822352.30 .t I
almost useless iu making a permanent that ladies are to be admitted to r. i!
the house free next Friday night. This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
care, as they do not reach your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. :
the seat of disease, which is in the
The
pmacks Florida with 2,100
4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. j
blood and can be reached only by an snappers, the B. F. Sutter with 3,600 j. :

I internal remedy which acts through and the Weiskittle with 2,000 are in

i the stomach upon the blood and system port and have discharged. The R52S25252 52S2

U.UTY DAYS. generally. catch of the Butter is an extra largeone. YOUR WANTS. f
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t1 a ird's big company pre- A new discovery which is meeting (/ I FILLS I Ii

ripleudid (Spectacular with remarkable success in cur I
i We inadvertently stated in refer
1 >te Two Merry 'Tramps.e ." ing catarrh of the head, throat and !
I ring to the union services at the !
-. -* Prices 16,23,35;: ;: and bronchial tubes and also catarrh of 'i.Llvar
Presbyterian churches that J. C. ,'kO: WITHOUT rfrf
'.' t5 and 25c. the stomach is sold by druggists under -: i l i
name of Stuart's Catarrh Tab- Pebley presided at the organ, whenit
should have been Mrs. J. M.

woco & WARD'S"TWO I lets.These tablets which are pleasant I Flynn. :t iS J EMPTYING YOUR PURSE! / :

and harmless to take owe their efficiency -! Frank Humphreys is one of the !,
"
MERRY TRAMPS. to the active medicinal I,i polite young men who was chosen by 1 CURRENT TRUISM-HUNDREDS DEMONSTRATE IT DAILY. ..c. v..c ...c..c. .. :
'TIS
principles of Blood Root, Red Gum |!I I Kress & Co. as a floor walker from I Every article dependable every sale on its: merit and MUST result in mutual satisfaction, or your >

: Trumps," the jolly, and a new specific called Guaiacol, :\j; the large list of applicants. Frank money back. Could condition be fairer or more satisfactory? ;.
winch will soon bent which together with valuable antiseptics :'j i i is a good boy and his friends con.I I I

WooJ & Ward, is are combined in convenient, I gratulate him. ,.of.t., RUGS, CARPETS, ART SQUARES, MATTINGS. ,'" ,< I; I

,; Mr. Charles Hastyti palatable tablet form, and as valua- I W. J. & B. Forbes have a new advertisement .

: m"-t reasonable ble for children as for adalts. in today's issue which 50 ORIENTAL SMYRNA RUGS. 30xfiO inches, Rpecial Value..... .. .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. $2.00 t !
Mr. A. R. Fernbank of Columbus, i'
fills
t"'Ulpdies nf the day. a long; felt want. Everything in
Ohio, says : I sntlered so many I their store at reduced rates. :Examine 22 ROYAL AXMIN'STER VELVET RUGS 36x72 inches 500; value.1-\p'cial. ..... .. .. .. . $3.75 i; I
winters from Catarrh that I took it
I
i 14 going, : to double their new goods. The quality
South. His business as a matter of course, and that nothing I and prices will please you. 9x12 FELT HENRIETTA ART E'( UABF.S. Bisr! Value at f6 50, :Special at. .. ... . . . $5.00 "I'I': i
would cure it except a change of

[tfinber and October climate which my business; affairs I There will be installation servicesat ,3 ROLLS ALL-WOOL INGRAIN CARI'ET. 5cvI11ue.tIadfandhid. Special per yard . . .. . 65C ,1
c -: !I" !rte ever known the Universalist church tomor- I t\1 (
would not to take.
permit me
i r cancelled time I CORSETS CORSETS CORSETS !
nostrils almost row, at which the new pastor Mrs.
My were always
i
i ir-rc: north Atlantic clogged up; I had to breathe throughthe i'Athalia L. J. Irwin, will be install- iI I -A Stylish Dress. Like a Good House, Must have a Good Foundation. Our Corsets are ,
.:.1 I booking another I ed. The trained choir will the Bet Makers from ,'
mouth, causing inflamed Irritated present / built on scientific principles by Living Modeluch as-"W.
,'i.r i the comedian be- excellent ,' It.," "Thompson's; Ulove-Fitting." "C. B. a la Hprite" and "R. & (i." See' Our Rig ;
i a.::1 month's time. throat.: The thought of eating an unusually program. ,1 I Windows; for Styles from. ... .. ... .. .. .. ..... .... ..... .... .. .. .. .......50c to $3.50
breakfast often nauseated me I Win. Johnson & f Son have a large _

t. /11-\: :MM'l MM: > .'.\Y. and the catarrh gradually gettinginto i line of readyto-wear garments NEW ARRIVALS.

',\ ''fl.lulld your money If my stomach took away my appetite which they are offering at a sacri- i M
I
.) N. L.-' (in Jrl"cur..I:1nIWOrlll'l j I and digestion.My fice this week; also special bargains !I
,i :'i : druggist advised; me to try a 1! in skirts and jackets.: Inspect their Beautiful New 15ittenberg Lace Collars from I One case "Can't be Beat" Fleece-Lined Shirts and ;!
Drawers for Men, worth $1.00, !
fifty-cent box of Htuart's Catarrh '! stock before purchasing elsewhere. $1.25 to $3.50 each. :.

Tablets, because he said he Had so I I 75c suit. ;
1 1NE E NEWS AT The regular monthly meeting of 15 pieces Light Plaid Outing, the prettiest we've had
many customers; who had been curedof I the board of the Woman's Home This Season, 12'3c value I New Chatelain Bags; in cut teel: and fancy leathers: j i .
Catarrh by the use of the e tab !
I 25c to 350.
will be held Tuesday afternoon atI 10c yard.
TOBINGTONi! lets, that he felt he could honestly
o'clock, at the Home. Business of
recommend them. I took his advice

and used several boxes with results this importance meeting will and be members brought are before urgently -I lug W. J. & B. FORBES. $

\ bran made that surprised and delighted me. requested to be present. .
I box of Htuart's li
always keep a
a \ 1 II> !Irux.: tli- well- J ,
Catarrh Tablets in the house and the Several changes will occur fniorj --

".r brat War- whole family use: them freely on the j row in the local office of the i Houtlij CARPENTRY AND I If You Kay Them at the Boston Mine More. 1\\>frs ( oed' t' ; I I.
:
.ii there; first appearance of a cough or cold in j era Express Company. Cashier

,1! | i'? will the head. j i :Stutts will resign tonight and Billing ELECTRICAL WORK I, :

< : t''.' lit rt-iy .,111 i for With our children we think thereis Clerk Willer will fill the vacated position. DO YOU II. :

,""-* ;imiMilutely nothing so safe and reliable a* :' Night Messenger Trapp it i is I Ring up Pearl & Dolive phone Wil).1
Htuart's Catarrh Tablets to ward oil 'reported, will also resign toni ht. ,I if you have any carpenter or electrical : .
"i i ;I' eduiiiuiy lea v- croup and colds and with older Men from other points will be transferred -j work_you want well done. I NEED ;. ,

;'. in. people I have known of cases where here. I I ..
MEAT & MALT has a marvelous !
the hearing had been seriously im !| lI.f Chocolate with '\"flipI',1 dietetic value. W bile refreshing and I .SHOES ?

WILL ISSUE A paired by chronic catarrh cured entirely Cream at TiaineiV. I II I pleasant to take, it helps assimilation 0 ... j'j I
by this new remedy. --- --- --- --
of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER

NEW CITY DIRECTORY Hot Chocolate with < THE WEATHER\ : BRO II
If you have a Kh n> purchase in ; ;
Whipped Cream, at Solo- ; mind you are, of course, looking ; ,

.:y directory coui- mon's. ; Herring Bros. C'i for the I',I'
TODAYi
Best In
Footwear
I OULDI\; Thing i'
>: they will have a
B. H. FAIRCHILD i ''
,' .l few diy: to get to Have specially constructed Wagons \\'" can solve lie frobl 111 to your ,
Local KoreeastMiowertonight,,: : Hun- removal of dead animal I' I .
; for
1 IZPIIOLkiT: : : :ItT: : .. the -ati-fai tion. Ou Ioore: built
data for a new city day clearing and cutter; southeasterly from the city limit fur thorough service under any ,

i tnu I
One Dollar each. in 'iilf- in exclusive Myles /Iud area
Work and Furniture
: Refinishing a ,
r from the linn today. | Last 21 Hours: |I Address HERRING KROS., trluuth' ,( art Mioe i.iakiog.
--- Specialty. Or leavsorders Goulding.

'f' '. )b TUNED FOR SI.50. rixono -a an. i, Minimum Maximum .. t'decrees: degrees !I I __ 135_; _East_ Intendencia._ __ street._ -__: i 'i ;i,1 'I
,.. ii ''ho 1 tI9 .
I''i -!It > an expert who i i! { { { .I I
u the World's Fair: R. K. WHITE j I Temperature Elsewhere: NEW STORE $ NEW GOODS !i ,
i .Max. Mia. .II'
Mv t'rtlllFicher's I I
place i;, .ttirota.-....._...._..:... 41 :.> f NEW DRUGS I I
ii.t. Will rive you bet- Vatrliinalifr .Manufacturing Jeweler I'.iMimrck.. i- Ini

.::1 yin ever had done or and I irailaate Optician, i fbtOAVO CmduunU..._......:*42< si.Hlvestoil '.". i ? J\ Wvd\ 'VT ;
TA W ats t & Col ,
n,e urdcr-lit: Johnson I : ........ ..._(51 Mii n & "( '
PrnaeotrFhTry i i Huron ...._ 40 It; I I ., : ::1' I ':
isuhnHr Iii south rUox St.
Jacksonville .11I1 :.N I II If ,
I! Kan>lu LUy .._....... .............?.. 4" White's Pbarmaey.I >
Rolls at 5 p. m., lOci --- :, Key West .74 >I2 INSURANCE "

2. at Solomon's. I: Force at Solomon's.Hello I Mobile Memphis....... .... 4 K< :411;ii I I NICK'S r '
Montgomery 42 :rNew > THE underpinned has opened a AV!'> : '
Orleans I+.' uI '
Business in the Renhawi '
Drug i
NI.e.e.e.e.eee.e.e.a.e...........e.e.e.e.eo.e.e.... I savannah New York ...U .... .4"i">2 ;;!iSt. i building, 100 South Palafox street I REAL ESTATE, !

: Louis .. ... .
1 u. 41 t:; : II I
Perfume No.I South Palafox Street.
--- with a full! line of Fresh Drugs I I ''
Hot Chocolate with 1: *, Soaps and such other articles :., I : I II I
i I ITHIS U TA UUN T I- I .
Stranger Whipped Cream at Solomen's. us are usually kept in an up-to-date Partial: LI-t of Dt'-irablp Dw..iliu. ,: I : I .
Varionl'itrB
Drug Buiuesa.We for sit in ;

1., IS ..e P..1.M.O .--- respectfully solicit a share of of the City : j jf5. iI I _. I J t. t

the public patronage, promising to u--Largestory dwelling, with cellar l lanil I '
H.xuhr: communication attic containing !< rni.m; Mil'' :
both in
entire satisfaction,
OC K-cambi-i Lodge \o. 13;: give muc\"ro nnvenience in must de-i DAILY MENUS j
F. & A. M.. at 7:30: p. m.. good and prices.I sirable.eetiuuSo.1. ; >> N rt LeKuaftreet. i t

IHeers' \ llInd'H". DE'c.I"t I 1'hs Prescription Department is in t.i3.I: '.ITxoanda-baittory bnu''.(.cuntainm .t t'l

Repository S rndiallinvltpd.Vi-itlns brethren. are charge of our Mr.Valter H. White, ,rncestuatedat{ 1; rouiiii; ail S mr<,>.ifrn Til East 1:'roneu-i La Cmprl--Date: Dishes time ti>- Mr-U:;t to- If J' I:

1 r who will try his utmost to please all Rua Mrtft. 1. hJ l
0 \V. D'C. KK.-SI.KK W. M. ItumLarKeutory. dwniiuiK i l' mums at | ketof the 11''.rid IH
HARRY. \V. (IIUBS, who may favor him with their or. No.:> i East tiov'runlrut -trt-- : I' :
tau tn-t.arge2-storyUwelun .'. containing '.,1' Afford. I
As tock is entirely new
ders. our
Secretary.Penicola rooms with all miMleru conv"ulencesi.tituatfton 1' I
: 509-511 South Palafox Street. ---- -- ---- I ,
i ,: and fresh, we solicit a trial order. Nortli nay.n Kt. I
KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. 125 I-.tory bltlrrnltlongand".ellingat No LSot.ii"North; .trpl'h.1,I 11 11I ;
Bar-i t :
1i i ..-ri'LL LINK 01'-3 ;I : W. H. White & Co., celuna.with water and gas'rooms througbout.near belt line ,' Ladies' Private it : 'I' :

1 SI;i i J.'l -l-lory dwelimn on belt line, No 411 1 i
: Lodge; No. 3. K. of P., 1 1M1ONES: \Ve tUregorjbvt: een Ksua and IIH Parlor. ; :
regular meeting Monday night; Dec. \ilnern! ,j room, oath cay atet aDd | Dining *.* ;J I' ;
buggies Wagons and Harness. i 1st, at 7:30o'clock. Initiation* and :; Day No. ISO. Night! No. 44Gi gas. 'I' i 1'1'!' '. 1:1 ill
i ':?O.I'J-I..tory d II elllnzNo # other very important: bu"ines. Members : ___106_.South Palafox Street._ ___ <"-ntalr.ng, ; romu-, cwater ..n>. I !
0 of sister i lodges: and visiting .n g"s I ilb lir e lot tin prominent n>r- .
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/N. !..S1Y.....e.a.a.e.e.. ON...e.e.ee.e..N.e.e.e.e.0 tend.brethren are cordially invited to at. iltitii-I: nl'rL.IrN.16LCeUl story d >el.IHB a-tl1,1.' .. -'Jo. W..-t Regular Dinner Daily. I h.I l 1 j '!. \
I Ii "trfriiivireet niihx nionin b-It' !
; H. A. LEE U. C. i t 110".11I < location I .
i J&atilrptitie !: H> ", k .
'
H. HOKSLER K. R. :;. Uti:_,- -.tory .WILL itreets. 5 rearm,. Miori Orders .'11 '"pll lylillcil. : t
MOYER'S.VEST
.. .. 1111 Jet-.fury:; darning, >u. I1" lat Wright I ,
1 RATHBONE SISTERS. -> street. 5 room,city water and gna. Night; or Day. ii' : i
i W.U'Newltiiry !t "llJog. .o. 4.1! fleet 1
Cbase street. 5 room.. city water and '
\ ], Magnolia Temple No. 4. Rathbone /? Ph0t09pcphg, ga. i ; :
SIDE GROCERY I Sifters, regular meetine next Friday 11.175-story dwellinz, No :H' tat '.re o1rystreet,6rnuuon It In HomfiblngGool' to Kat :. 'i
rRIir.- you wnb you ii and it "ttHr s
'JO I1. Palar.ootrNt.. I at
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Every i i ; S. : : J15.iiOltoiy, 'ht'lllog.0.: 7W' Eat l"for'l 1 i

member requested to attend. Xom-1 ___ __ __ vantei strptt,(near St. Katherine'4 I
"I :*T REl'EINED A FRESH: LOT SUPPLY OF ; ination, and election of officers for u Chapel)6rooms,outrjiU'p Mcl largeiot.cornenng Nick Apostle's { .4 i .
b
on ": a\enue
Foo, Cranberries Florida Syrup Barrel Olives the next six months will take place. | JOHN S. BEARD, A large list ot smaller dwellings as "elt' I.
A full attendance urged to attfnd. I! Ih a number stores arid utnceaCOtt tvKNT Popular Restaurant. !

\) rol. Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Every :\IRS.J.C.-\\"ILLlAI", ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. THOS. C. WATSON: i CO., !
1 :\1. K C. LeadlDIlI.al Kstate. Rental and Insurance .\ '
I'Mng!' Kept in a First-Class Grocery, H. HORLEK. Seety.I i iI i Office?-309 Thiesen Building. Agents. south faUlox ettreet. '! AWW}
t Office Hours-6:30 a. tr. to 1 p. m., -- -- --

\ 1 CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.: I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p m.Praeticeinall.tate u __ ___ __ .
Gun thpr's CandiesatSolomon's -
:
Try -
1 ana federal courts. -
Gunther's Candies at

.: % Jaslly! Celft sled Mflntic FKir Jest Received ,(I Solomon's.Try All prompt buMnff and diligent entrusnd attention.to me will receive j,; Jfndgm s, the Best ter 5f



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1902r

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SUES HDNTIN6TONS ANOTHER REVOLT IS c& 'Barley =Malt

7 Uncle Sam It's ,

says FOB MANY MILLIONS P I THREATENED IN I HAITI : Imported Hops,


all right II I II I t II Perfect Yeast

Unfairness:: Alleged In Euildin !'1 Affairs In Island Still In Tur- ,

reel I*Pare. In the person of v-n of his( government o clals. is always la chase of every I I Filtered Water
4 department of our diatmerj During the enure process of distillation after the whiskey of Central Pa.ciilc.I|i bulent State. r ,
la stored In barrels in our rarehouses. during the seven years it remains there, from the
:t very grain we buy to the whUkey you get Uncle Sam is constantly on the watch. We dare -- I i.! I
r' not take a gallon of our own whiskey from our own warehouse unless he says it's all right. ENGLISHMAN DRINCS: ACTION. /iY? Age-
1. And when be does say so.tint whiskey goes direct, to you.with all its original strength richness SENDS HIS ULTIMATUM.
and flavor carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE !WORD I
cf PURITY and Ala, and saving the dealers' enormous profits. That's why of'' v {\ c This combination malh.3g
HAYNER WHISKEY is the best for medicinal purposes That s why it is preferred for Accounting of the Expenditures Demands Invalidation cf the Election
: '. other u why YOU should try it. Your money back if you're not satisfied. Mr. Hur.tirgton and Associates Inj:j of Deputies: Who Are Members of

Construction; of Railrcad Is Ce- !
the Party Headed by M. Firmin, t'ad6'b

; Direct from our distillery to YOU marded.: Self-Exiled Leader.


Sans Dtalirs' Profits I Prevents Adulterallon I lkt. I" New Y,iik, Nor 2-The estate of I Port au Prince, Nov. 28.-General the "King of 'Bottled 'BeersEvery bottle is

CoiiisP! Huntington is defendant in 'i; Nord. who was war minister in the labeled and every cork is plainly branded

i an action brought by English stock-'[ provincial government, and who is ""Budtieiser so there can be no substitute .

,uc HAYNER WHISKEY hollers(! 01 the Central Pacific railroad'I I'' heading about 10.000) men marching The product of

'U' to re vv.rr lii3OOO.OoO alleged to have' from Gonaives, has sent an ultimatum
''
been converted by' the late railroad to the government here demandingthe Anheuser-Busch BrewingAss'nSt.

magnate I J I invalidation of the election of the;
Ij ; I PURE SEVEN -YEAR.OLD RYE
; ; i As> a pn-hmicary to the suit the ,, deputies who are members of the pa:- Louis U. S. A.
'ty I headed M. self-ex- Sreti.tr: also BlacK & Tan AnheusefStandard, Pale.L.K<"
by Firming the
fr i4 exuwois: of the estate have been
FULL Faust, Export Pale Exquisite. Mlebeleb and .Va/l-.Nat-
EXPRESS et. .el! u.u a notice to show cause: ,: lied leader of the recent rebellion.

1 { 4 $3& b;>ta< .. Sn rogate Thomas, Dec. 2, why I)I I If the chamber refuses to cancel th ? Orders! Promptly Filled by

x' QUARTS PREPAID th.; ..i ail! not be compelled to ghe election of these deputies another revolution
..1 ALFRED MOOG. Wholesale Dealer
is threatened." The general
aii !Jo:,.. ;. of the estate left by the

1 t f 1 We was. send you FOUR FULL Q!'ART BOTTLES:;of YXER'S SEVEN- i.: tiunlington. It was explain- opinion! is that the chamber will re PEXSAfn 11.] v '
YEAH OLD RYE fur IJ.20. and '* w..l: the ject the demand.
e pay express cbarlre"Tryt and ,1 ;l'. t step was necessary initam general's Prepara-
if don't find it all runt and ., rood -
you used
as you ever or can buy from
anvoodT e.,,, aianjr prig s"iu .' Dick at our expense and your .2O will be .' I what property had tions are being made: to defend Port
a re .med tQ you by next IT.oI.. Just think that offer over How could it be .,.. ;.ir. Huntington and to au Prince inIe\\ of the possibilitythat
fairer- If
you arenotl't'd.titlyatisfitdyouarenotoutacent. Better let Ir I
us vnd you a trial or -r It.MIU a r rr. 'mi to jum you. We.....p in a 1'1..U1111ld case, no mark to show what's in-1, .LVaLw v"e... YI
fl N t. Quarantine. on Cattle. a M tl uttitvvI
Sl. Orders for Ariz.! ., Cal.. Col. Maho: Mont. Xev.. V.MPJ.. Ore..t't'lll.Wa"b. .1 !i S: in the case is Walter I Nov. 2S.The cattle bureau
e l or W for .....00 by Kiprtss! I I Boston iglX'l't"R 1 t AVE11N l \ViMlLKo.K
tl Prepaid Lr :UO quartn fur ilG.oi by Freight I'repaid. J! a i-sident of England. Al- of the state board of agriculture

i, u. ,- I the sole plaintilf! at presnai .
Write our nearest once and do it NOW up to today had received about I IMPORTER AND: JOBBER OF
t- aaiii that many others All 1\\.) individual reports: of the presenceof

. '6' THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY f. s 'unett. will profit by the suit the foot and mouth contagion which HARDWARE.

G.DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, Ma ST. PAUL, MINK sii till! ''t be won. !I has caused the secretary of agriculture

1.1::. DisrauKT TROY, O. ESTABLISHID 1SQ6 Ui MorehfaJ, through his attorney, to prohibit the exportation cf

j'" > Kob'-n! L. Cutting demands an accounting cattle from Boston, and to establish Iron, Nails Axes, ShovrU. Saw Mill and Ktpainh.

til-'! ,, I of the expenditures of Mr. a quarantine: of cattle sheep and ,Supplies, Cfokin and Heatlugdtoves. Faint nil-!
J Fa
1 fyz Huntington and his associates of swine In New England. It was stated Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fi hinsf Tackle
TIES $'Miirt.nOO( in the construction! of tho ,
,=k ( a; TALKS OF PHILIPPINES. I KELLY RETURNS ON CELTIC. Central Pacific railroad. Mr. More- that all reports received had come Agate and Tinware ana Iloa'ef eiiirnisliiii; (Tooth.L : .
!II from localities from within 75 miles
tt Former Speaker of the: House of Dnej
c 1' t Troops In Fair Sate-Hard Place For head: says only ftiO.OOO.OOO was used of Boston The closing of the Brighton AGEN6 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COIPA.t.1QRevere ; :
;:ts cf St Louis.
J' s Campaigning. for the purpose naswd' : and that more stock yards the principal ones inNew Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
N'tw Yuk.0 .
\. l':! -Tte Evening
L4 I Manila Nov :'7.- General Mils > than $100,000,000 was appropriatedby England, by the state board of Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand' Powder Co., Johnon's Kdsoaiine. -

will leas for China, Japan and Russa \V?rId! tealprints the following. Mr. Huntint n and others. agriculture will cause an interruptionto Iron King and Buck Stoves and Range: Wm
n Ciailcs: : F. Kej!! ', former speaker of Although the present suit is against Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, la5nry';
1 at the end of thr week. Speaking of the traffic, which, under ordinary
khe house of delegates; of St. l.ous.'anded Made Railroad Colors.
the Huntington estate, it is stated
: ; t his viiit tte ; ToO
t to Philippines, he said: circumstances aggregates COO to
r 1 tIf from the"hite line steamer that it would be followed by other Masonic Temple i Pensacola Fia
I' 'I have seen 12'i'M.i of our troops head of cattle a day.GOLD -
Celtic when she decked to .ay. At the suits against the estates of Leland _
: and will: 1L5:: i>ect more before leaving. .
jiff to meat him Consressmailect -- --- - -
was ;: -
Stanford Charles Crocker
and Mark
+' :: I found, them to be in fair condition. I DUST.
> James J. Butler of 5t. Louis.Sutler's .
Hopkins who with Mr. Huntington
"i This: is a hard i-3untry for campaigning
bookkeeper.Viiam; Suili-! were well known as the "big four" of I."Let the GOLD DUST twins do jour ,,work. The Star Laundry !

t l "I inspected the principal naturalilfffusts van. and: \Viliiaa; Ratigan. a St Lojis: the Southern Pacific. ,

; ot the inlands and some bars co ta'tcr and neighbor of Kellj'a. The papers in the suit allege that
rY'
were his ship companions.Kf'.ly's while officers and directors of the
: # Lors which the Eovernm may for Biggest Busiest Best -
tif:.. !: face was white and wrinkled Central Pacific railroad Mr. Hunting- ,

.'1 "I 1 found the pcjple generally impov- when he left the ship. He started ton. Mr. Stanford Mr. Crocker: and I''

plc I when an Evening World reporter Mr. Hopkins were interested in r
I n f i 'sh-d! from the effects of the war : construction
Vii j I greeted him by name. : companies which built tle'! '
= the :
I an: pestilence which followed ILL ,,
i I Congressman Butler tried to shut road and that the contracts were Ut
1
; :i car some may suffer from famine. They Speak
i the reporter cff. but Kelly recognized exhorbitant l
at rates.
t" T '- .'t arth of farm animals )leaves dGS t 'a'0.1I
t ..: |j.-ij.le co means of m-overy." ) his as a SL Louis acquaintance One of the sp<>ciCi'at iocs in the I_ : p4bG tai ,
extended his hand. complaint charges fraud. It state ,r

! J ''i or God's sake let me alone to- that in pursuance of "frauduVnt ar- for Ttelve&L!
pert y pia k No Stripes In U. S. Navy Prisons. I e \ & :
\\\Va.-hinston\. 27.-The navy detnvnt (Jay he said.! I have nothing to say.I renj1f>ments" $30.nnooort in United s -:..

!tit .)' has decided have just leoeived word that my son States bonds and capital. stock to the
% upon a dininti-;
+y t ,IIt :.tprr.n[ : garb lor marines and eu- is dead and I am going right back t:; total value inclusive of the bonds cf This would be a clearer tr'ehter world ;if every t We let the St ,
1 St Louis! \/) housekeeper usedGOLD ,
$163,100,000 were expended in "pre. and Ctilfi we Laund -
?.sti il I men in the na\). It will be a
t 1-1.\ia. ,dark ray uniform blouse and Consressman-plivt Butler denies tended payments." whereas it actually I DUST them*elv They will 11 -. .
that he had come to the pier to met cost but JCO.OOO.OnO to constructthe 1
"U'H's.> with a round-brimmed soft t- ; : than we can.Ve want t" t"" .
' him. railroad.! Another of MultIplies* your pleasures,! : DI.lcles--v.our .
y paragraph 4.
) oi3 hat of the same hue. Heretofore tn.itt efforts.! Subtractm-lrom your CAres Adasto }, b the work do :
"1 am here to moot our bookkeeper the complaint says: lite.! .o
) your
: i
l men serving; terms in naval what we *.av.I .
,t-. ? lir.--ns: have worn their old uniforms."ihis Mr Sullivan. lie went away some "And as this plaintiff! is informed Made on'y: ty THE N. K FAIREANK COMPAQ ; i I

1. lr vas rr anSf-U: as hard upon the time ago for his h-alth. I am on my and believes! that the aid Huntington Chicago New York Boston St. LoUIS

i; ;ft 1 ot t : men In the serviceh I way to Washington and ran up hereto i from the beginning of said: f Makers ol CVAL FAIRY SOAP. I. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods CallEd for and DJlfUfCl FfdG

it 4-i i meet him" he said. devices herein alleged! and throughout I I I

I qI a 14 The passenger list of the Celtic I their pendency, for the mo part .!!. ', SKXF.itAL: KKINCM: tttJIUmII-: I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

A. Herren of Finrli. Ark., hears co earn of Kelly.: rated and managed these f=rhpra"s: 'I
f' ,,,rife; <. ''I wi-h torpprt tiiat Folev's! I and conspiracies to plunder the saLt {i Following i" the .chedule of the I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
t \I Kelly Under Enbery Charges, {overuniput steamer: General French ,
JII'
< o Cur h-n cured n terrible!
Central Pacific Railroad
-.> "f kidney and bindJertrmble St. Louis. Nov :2$.-Charles F. Kelly company, which THE NEWS: printfor the: I j
J which schemes and conspiracies of the merchants who
were benefit hip I I -
j ': I3 ir tw., doctors hid .ti\"n up '* 1 me former shaker of the St. Louis :
'. \\1 consummated and resulted in the con. heir: goods to the \sriou-* army WEEKLY: MCIIEDULk I IFOP.
-y D'\
leuiberte, li'l I'.iUtox M.Hur.tcr
tl: house of delegates, lnft St. Louis SLViral "
version set forth. costs : I
STEAM DIVISION
rrontha ago. soon after the grand Leaves Fensacola iIIO .
Maxwell Evans of the Mill a. m.Leases
; .Fitzgerald jury ha! returned indictments charging ':arr nc(\s....... ....... 7n> a.m.Leave 1'F.NSACOLA.EId,CItttCTIItMtRa. HARPER
Shooting. bUG'j
t 1r.g. counsel for the ? 1'ickfns- ... ate: a. m.
;' .r t +' -\'a,hingtun. Nov 2fi.-Minister him on several counts with brio tate :',fr. Ilvarts declined to Leaves {.arranC1U xl-i a. m. RAILWAY COMPANY.
4' j'' 'e 'r 1 }!'lnI' r at Guatemala City has rabk-J bery in connection with municipal legislation Leaves Ptnf,, ! the suit tint It was intimated tint I Arrives Harraocns IIlu a. m. and then Traiai leave Feanacola for toe WHir
r + l A t'i-" tate department that his son for street railway and other I Ifranl the suit should have Iteen hrrc.isMS makes a trip to lortMcKve and then roBarrancas HayouBig GayouWarrngtonNsv< V,"r? fI
t ;
t :.i ( t 1 Cn-dluy. who hot Fitzgerald!: is -I hiM s. His bonds acre fixed a' I tarns to IIlrrancli.L"av..s e.nr1I"ort lUrMaoas At .
!
ti ti years ann instead of now i if there ... .. 1:1.. p. m. C
e t : )1 :iis Hi age is in business on his own $:3<'.M'i'. Ktlly it is charged, is the 'I tnr'h In the of Ll'a\'esl'lck"n& .... .. .. ... .. 1.25p.m. 6:30 a.m.arrive at fort Karrancat 7:1Sa' r: r
statements
was arc 10uO a. m.arrIve at fort Karntncfci K( :* a.o1aop.tn.arrtveatFortnarranoat
Leaves l BHneolit .. ... ...
4.np. m.
man who distributed the $17.50') boodle
;E "i M'lI: t. and therefore is not under l.t-lpn '
'aI 4 the plaintiff. Leaves! PickfDs . .. 5:15; p. m.
fund amon members of tho SUtO p. m. arrive at Kurt Karraneat (:16 p o6:15pmarrlvea.Fortharrsncas I r
of Arrives
fluiUtcnon:! [ the II' atioo.11 Harrantns 5d p. m and makes.rip '

( r 'h.1t hi> asks is that Mr. Bailey, the house combine three: years ago for th' There ino cou1h- medicine popular On to NVedne-day McKt and r.tJrn.,.. aud Saturdays the Sndjp.m.arriveatFort barrancas 9sspnTratne 7Gips': I .

i t rt't.try ot the legation be : passage of the city light bill. Until a* Foley's Honey and Tar. It goat will leave Rumor: via l'ickin I!I cola at leve Fort Barrl. ncal for Yeas. rfI1ll
I
Yt 1 'o r.- tify before: he Guatemalan I IOll today his whereabouts were unknown contain: no opiates or pihr-ns and -* for Pen.acola at 6iiO p. in. i
never fails to cure. W. A. D'Alem 7:15 a.m. arrive lit Pwnsacola .. !w > u t41Iw
t' 1This permission has already to the authorities. A reward of U" ) Tie General French i- for army arrive at t'ensacoa..11.45! '
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11: p m. p.n
.'r', u ,ranted by the department. i: offered by the State for Kelly's arrest j berte, 121! S. Palafox S:. purposes only and any out-icier mu-t i:00p. m. arrive at nsACoU '.."._ 2s-: lp. a :
still stands. lave a pas: from the quartermaster S:00pm arrive at Fensajol ...._. 5:43 p a g
1:01 m. arrive at 1'eniaco.a ... Tt5 i
p. y
i 1 \''i1s 1; C.lfl Hi tinl*.or. Kappa Sigma Fraternity.New :D take passage! 1 ber.CHOICEST. 85 p. m. arrl"at PeixacoU ___ 8.Ji,. t

; .; IJ. T"wlu'-Irn s-'i'ins to lie a charita1 WILL TEAR DOWN FENCES. Orleans Nov. 27.-The convention 'Hatariiayi only I

.1,* '.I f,'tlutr. attt-r :ilL lie was telling; of the Kappa Sigma: fraternity FARE FOR WKKE Dare

- !!I.} ,# jut 'ili.it a j'lHir wmsuiutiij'i",tl him (Ill Cattlemen Nebraska Have Been opened; here today. There are W del Fentaoolft Fort Barranca and retsrzk..

''t a tii-! -:ctrl ti'ixly nod told linn tear- Encroaching Upon Public Domain. I f2ats ar.d ]flit visitors in attendance.It Jenecoi to Nary YarJ and return._. ih'eniaoola
i -tF- to Palmetto Beaob ana retcra lax
4 a fut'\ that Ur i-'iiUSron wore ulnso: Omaha. Neb. Nov. 2S.-John Mosby. is th" fifteenth biennial conclave and Famous at home for

j ah j,,T-'ui': :: with ,...1.1. and slii had tutthii'j sp'.'rial] inspector of the United I all sections of the country are represent wither SC.! DAT,roi'U sanzouna: tae Generations past:
Wh!
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FRUIT8 AND N
CORFECIIORERI ij
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1r4 4 r ; 'u inaUi' a [!rl' with. lie says biatti'.ilcd > States inspector's office at Washington f-J The conclave will sit three l lAT open ccacbvs.

h t to Ler wants immciliati I has arrived in Omaha and will: I days, and a round nf entertainmentshas I Leave Pentaoola. Lv YoU Barrajiat Famous now all over
Hrowno Vi's. I saw that act of kindUPS. ,,, ..m. to a.m.
t, for the b*' >n arransed.! Worthy GrandMaster I II
begin proceedings
at once ra- "
11 a.m. m the World.
FI' ,1.F .-,. lli her a inat<-U.--I'S-il--! ]
t sane ,, moral: cf fences from tte governmentland I : D. IHoy.. registrar of Corne I APOSTLE'S 1p.m. I p.m.p.m .
47'F .'wbit J Tess.rsprnaltr, Nebraska.. Mr. :Mosby said university, presided at the session, Ip. m. For Sale byDannheisser
I p. m p.m. i I
1I."JIt'ar.I'atllt'r that tracts containing! thousands )f I which was being held behind close li East Grant St., 6p.m.ip.m 1 v p.m m. Bros.

h v I'.Miuiinitis( : ; his M ei s esla'ne : acres have been fenced in by cattlemen doors. e p. m. f 1',m. I
s and the ; was to have Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htai i FABBFOSBU9DA.TPsniaeo'.a _
:! 't atvount at ooIKKi1))-Youns mID.11:1t purpose I Mildred HulUud's new play, to be,
i Gas car-load of Pineapple at II." t to art Bamnsai M aYJ
lo vou menu:; by charging uj half: a i these fences torn down. 11'rOOul't'\ tLe early spring. is called II I! 1 and and retarn_._._-__ UPtntaeola <. DR. KING'S
to dozen.
m la: t d z'u Iwittlfs uf whisky: to scaring; ai>- Alter ('cIerricgwith the United I "TLe Lily and the Prince" $2.00 per to t'.mett a aeb act I i
ruer!!. ___.____ __ Ih '
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'lt u IJu'd! dude;; la.-t tirmV i i States District Attorney! Summers, ho Notrelght eivedaltar sabn.mEvery TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR

s.2 S,'n-( h. that's nil riht: ; I user) that will go to North Platte and Alliance I Do Tonr Work '''pll. I

t ; stuff for uibtt.ll's.-T\\ and Countrj. whore notices will be served upon i'Mcib1yrun think your employer: LODGE OIRKCTOH\\ THAT COLD.

$ I i I the alped! violators giving them fi'i | docs not notice you or know about yr.r Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
'
work. The writer of this was taikin I
i-:! ; days in which to remove the fences. x
'It llrr Iran ; tits other evening to an extend finvor Li tukre.I.Jants.o It ow'fM Cures Consumrjtion.OougKCold
r 41 ;\It I ; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAN s..us
k I IR' j at4 lhr wt-
tr ;*& The Kore-1'ui not feeling; at all wdl I Ir A Knife I leaner | r!<\ tf L-ln-r, and be talked most (..fi 'MARIEL' 1lhirlnq Spray *, :Bronchitis?, Arhma.PneumoniaJIayFevor.Meu .

I r'> I" tills. eycuing., I To make a homemade knife cleanertoyer ] : i the evening: about his workmen lie I! Pen acola Lodge No. 8, K. of r., t- .' 'rbenrw lhai'0,4.,., ,, .e

z :; : ,.}. M' The IVKe-I hope it's not a liliiiits. ;;:ering ,, an old knife board with a stripof fcrcwall! about e\eryoneof them from me ti every Monfi y evening :tux uaJ set Sv.nstat ll"1 '' rr' nra
<6 j .-Kaunas City ndi-pcndcut brussels carpet. Thickly cover the 1! the head man to the laborers and noted I at j30 at Castle. Ha:: Nl lllka.n lwa.Uya risy, LaGrippe, Hoar enes-.
; m } board with powdered bath brick and I in the Bioant Watioi .',o..'.-ql.t fop k.
1l. and bad Ion'tforzet r. .. Sore Throat andWhoopifg
\ their :good; points. I ) Bnu4ngthird floor. II"" ,.n""? .nwl,th/ Croup
t f !'ii. keep an end of it wet First rub the i that knows nil Visiting brethren ooraiallj M IRS .L, .crept M
It t is not enough be 1 industrious I ; your employer I
t.i\ : to : I' weloomed fotfl- : Cou h.
., I trick
knives on the wet bath and then ernd.I.I.d
) b\: j 't Ji IN so an the ants.Vhat are you indus about you. When he needs a new foreman H.A. LEE ,tdothabut It K.TMniu 6
: finish off on the dry. Knives are polished ; .-A H. HORRLEa IulipantruuretnddoarontNn' NO CURE. HO PAY.
f or superintendent, he knows the u. L iii. .
ii!t'JI-tt; tri tlil about'-Tlx.rcau. I 10 la-UN. M%K I .L to.. -,, ,.
!i'j.: -cJ. ..iit well and quickly In this manner. one to select-Atcbison Globe. K. R. 8 8. Room H o Times hldg.New York. Prize 50<<:. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.

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Presto is very good indeed. Delicious. We all liked it very much. I think

s, it is a grand thing. I've tried pretty nearly everything and this is the best.
'" a'; 90 West j6th Street, New York City. Oct. y, Igor. iSijned Mrs Louisa Downey, with Mr Harry Lhr.
r-, 4I'i': : P39C
P resta

> The H O {oatxrd \ cook
ti :..! Company What does;your says .. _

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I THE DAILY. NEWS: PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA, SI\TURDAY..NOVEMBER 29 td02. ,
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WIFE POISONS HUSBAND. I -- -- ,t -:f '
Enormous TO REAP FORTUNES TftffffiIIiHjI l


of The Mutual Accuses Her, Goes to Work Usuai 1: 1

p, ,, I l h Miiarce<\vth; Company of i DEAD !!DIES USED ''IIIIIIh'd and Then Dies. as ;

tif: : Honolulu Xov. 18, via San Francisco .1 I'
y k is one hundred I Nov. 2;. 1 t .
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aptain
'eW Robert Andrews I .I .
II [ iuniiiAI
;;..., '? I., ait-r than that of the I Plot Is Unearthed to Defraud of Hilo, died last week as the result ;; :
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..?,... j "i' !'tes. 11111 of strychnine poisoning, and his wife ..
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United State in 1859 wu Insurance Companies.PARTY has been charged with murder in the .j.jti

first degree. She has confessed giving ,

23,191,876 IN SWINDLE PEACHES. the poison. Infants Children. k ,
Iii' I The evidence before the coroner's for and j ; t ;

the United Stales in lyoo wu Sck! Men Were Insured and I Jury showed that the couple had fret ;'I
Money The Kind You Have Always Bought has bomc the sigrna- 'j

;6,303,387 Collected-Statement of Darwin D'I' tual quently Jealousy quarreled and that on account on the morningof of mu. ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his "'j" I'

v Life Insurance Company of Kingsley, Third Vice do not look as Nov. 8, after a violent quarrel the personal supervision for over 30 yt-ars. Allow no ono tI t

s 3 .hen 7 years old, ....> I L York Life ii' I night before, Mrs. Andrews placed a to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and 1 ,.

Insurance I ever was quantity of strychnine in her husband's "Jn tasood" are but Experiments, and endanger the t ; I.

$1,278,388 New York Nov. I ." coffee. He remarked an unusual taste health (it' Children-Experience against Experiment. I

Kingsley, third vice I I a woman is sick she falls off.in and accused her of trying to poison ;
Life Insurance Company The Kind You Have Always Bought .. : !I.
rk. J..ntury i. 1902, New York Life Thii is particularly the case him, but left the house to go to worlc:

suffers from diseases peculiar as usual. He died soon afterward. '
said today: Bears the Signature of :
$3:52,838,971 sex. Not only is her strength .

"Huge insurance but she loses 'beauty of Left Good Sum to Alma Mater. ii' I

T frost, strongest Life discovered in Texas, grace of form. Montgomery Ala., Nov. :27.-A well ". I..
eal thed, would have run characteristic of the cures of "
LO. in the world. defined report is out here that in his
diseases effected the of
use
lions. Wlien all the by
'
Favorite Prescription, that will which has net yet been probated If ;
;
it will
make a
i i \L LIFE INSURANCE story health there is a restora- the late Tennent Lomax has mada .

v OF NEW YORK I Doyle. good looks. I bequest of some unknown value to : .

\liCt "Last August I sent I Prescription" establishes the state university at Tuscaloosa.It In Use For Over 30 Years. .

RDY. President. earned W. T. Garrison, I dries weakening drains, heals is known TM "'TlU" ".......... ., NuuV .n,,. Nrw soRe CT ;
that when he was in full -
I.Ffl U II.I.COX, Manaseronville Hill, Long Island, to '! and ulceration and cures a- -t I I
!
health and looked forward to a lon i--- ;
Fla. weakness.
lIe went under the \
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I to thank you for the good your medi hfe he expressed the hope: that he t
I 0 It'lTOV.f'IIf.:' : and I told him to open done me."writes Mrs Mae Browu. ot could leave hts
1\ II II alma mater an even

'11\01:1. FI.1. flee in Dallas at the Fulton,,",Co.end. Ills.doctored"I was with troubled several with dlfI hundred thousand dollars. He wentso \ '4if W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPflflY : ; l lJj

company and to get in I *. They did nut stem to help me: far as to make inquiries and study I'
got worse all the time. I had ulcera-
Troth Years. lows who> were planning !, displacement of the uterus. What I the subject as to the best channels \ : MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Forty
.. our money. His : no tongue can tell. I had heavy bear. into which his help could be made to \ t\ \\ i'l.
\ .1 i Nov. :27! .-:Miss | pains and thought my hack would I
out our orders was :
i I al-o had a very bad drain but alter flow. .. ;
: -: ( ray. as be was I bottles of Favorite I'rescripllon' T-7j1c !
:al under Pre i. of Golden Medical Ii-. o\ery.'I am I I 1 .. ,
south struck up an : welt as ever It has been almost two Ex-Judge Earl Stricken. I
ilcaJ.! She was one C. T. Richardson! I have had no return of the trouble.! Herkimer X. Y. Xov. 8AWED CYPRESS SBIKGLES-Klll-DriBS! S2IJ .'
27.-Formsr
\-hby brother of .( tell me I dou'llook as though I ever
an insurance on his own ." I Judge of the Court of :
Appeals Robert lt I
; i'! Turner Ashby.
: I son: being the company's Pierce's Common Sense Medical i Earl was stricken with paralysis ia -;: -=- PE ACOJ.A. Fl..<\.. I

.t n',! the civil war He then cultivated his I paper covers, is sent free on his apartments at the Palmer housein n. .__ __ ___ !
( In rail remained of 21 one-cent stamps to pay
and was soon on : : of Address Dr. this village and is in a dying condition. -
l.ue and seldom mailing only.
a man named, Williams : Buffalo, X. Y. At the time the judge was COAL AND WtiOiWE 1

-- said he had a nephew in stricken he was sitting in his chair ;

had but a short time to 1 talking with his nephew. AttorneyRalph
-,' Bbeiy In Lincoln. ENVOY i EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA ROER TRADF I
: TO GUATE..1ALA.
"Richardson, Gray f :
so D. Karl of this village! Hs!
:\ ,v. :?7.-The storv I I 1
Slum". i ed to insure the I right side is paralyzed and he is usable THIS! WINTER THAN EVE fEF( RE
it a
expressi. vide the proceeds : Combs to Replace Hunter, to talk
I i. -:"'., from a ear I
A healthful man was Son Killed Fitzgerald. i NCW :
S E ND US YOUR ORDERS
i
:. i denied! by the iI
the nwdlral! test, and $ ) I Nov :27.! -The formal: I Once Rich Clubman Dies Destitute.

;n"l discredited by lected on the death of I (' ('! that Leslie! Combs of i Louisville, Nov. :27.! -Nathan B. Wai. Thompson Olsen & Co. U (
ii' rly the report lie phew.! I Ky.. has been appointed I ,4\\
concerning the I her formerly a member of the Lotus
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[/1 "Later, Gray. : to Guatemala and Honduras, i and Union League clubs and
1., at onetime Manresa Street TelehoneJ47.
: iv seven weeks formed the as significant. It was in-I __ __ _
son plot to a wealthy citizen of New Yorl:, -= .. U
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: tn d I as it was re.ifncturers -
tire southwest and :\ that :Mr. Combs should relieve i .
died at the city hospital here, destitute.
ESTABLISHED 1863. '
ing fictitious persons : Hunter about Jan. 1, but it ,.

-- benefit. using healthful !'ved that :Mr. Combs has now i -

= \' "-. Combine. examination. and to leave at the earliest McKENZIE OERTING & CO. ;
i! :M. :\1)\. :27.-A ,
ing proof: of d 'ath. I moment. !
;.. manufacturers 0 o --DEALKK8- 0
t
"One scheme was to i chief reason for this thane ,, L"rV'vt1. I

..I' .' towns has been body in a house and is thought to be the state I This! signature is oa every box of the genuine : ; !
i-i'1.: officers ehxted and General
Hardware
Ship Chandlery
desire /nil
to
house so the body secure a i i..axative3rorno'Quinine Tablets ; .
Sales are raaJe i
tified. The body was account of the shoot- the remedy that cores a cold In one day.
\,. svste-ai. It is : William II. Fitzgerald in Guate-I : 80S AND <005< 8. PA LA FOX STREET..AOTETtfOTr ;
ed to be that of the

> .,1 ,.three new fae- plotters were to share I 1 'it). 3ast Friday by W. Godfrey | Marston) $ Quina have I -.
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; not made here equally. Jr., the son of the minister : some very nice Dressers and REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN ROEBLINO'S tOMJ CO.'H I

n.PHE5. "Gray declared that :Mr. Combs relieves. I, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL & BON'B: PUMPS. '
Wash Stands
cheap.

, .--. I their rent operations to El Paso on in a Or has government been heard about from .tho tho : Just the thing very to go with I Snias Strdigi Filiti, ails! htI:!! lostraniiati, hrti, ittiiri, Ellin:

I 1 As nothing can be done by I Iron Beds. COMPASSES, LOGS. TU I
-t .- e-pon-'iblei scale. His life was I
-- C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ABSO !
prosecuting ?
.. \ toward
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i .1'i ', try faeces i iIi "HI. with Mason as
Medical Society, Attention. elation. 1
.i-. 4 on the I Gray was insured !(\ j it appears) that unless the I k"' .
':.Marshall D. government choosesn There will be a regular meeting! ot

ttiat the.ttrfered I took the name of" \' j j Hunter will escape pun- ;he Pensacola Medical (Society at THE GARDEN SECTIONIPensacola : '1 1oOF'o
1
: I altogether.! ;he Board of Health ofl'ce it '

t ,-n baI -I his nephew. j I )'clock p.m. Tuesday. Dec 9 and 23.:
t
"r.radt'rbJ''iI tint i I Visiting physicians are if'; :
coralallynyitei
"t I '
i j- re- : Thanksgiving
Tragedy. ,
to 1nr.that his eta to attend. U

the > Ala., Xov 28.-While on a DR.W. C. DFWBERY 2Plorideu li.1
';. ,: t b;' uiu!!' ilott: "'l asiainft by ,
I I Ior .; hunt near Trinity, 7 ] President.
\ ,/ : 1.11".; w i11 either Ixvauw! they !
r ,t br-cansp th had 'I west of this city, a young man I i OR. L. DEM. BLOCKER, : ,
;ill" far adIlLTRA 'y Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. .
:
Hiram Russell 'U25ttf! Secretary.
!:
\ i isen- him support."T was perhaps- I

'r!iruiiijj .ifect it wounded accidentally by ;nn t ft
.. KirhardFon and !
'i 1 iilvauced! carts.: I arrested and were I young man Harry Shi-namt ; Beautiful Lots for Sale. :

::. Sold by all hen- corp'is prncei ( 'I'I' shot at a rabbit the loud The Tonic ,, '. '

rhtir release. Gray tl' I effect in Kussell's shouKi-! par Excellence. 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- \
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.. them. | a mortal wound.! Both were ing to location and surroundings. .

JCKCD HE. I I II farmers living 5 miles w ;t __ -__ I

I'I I TlIFRE IS ONE Both are ", ell relat-1! | U Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, j

Idea, tut Both i treat iinil: catarrh : tb i i .
Fertile Lands. .
() the Winister. I 'Ipplit'd\\diffi-f to the : ANXIOUS MOMENTS. High, Dry ... t,

:\;"\. 27.-\Yh. n bisine.; The remedy i U : : of the mor-t anxious; horr- of I\ --- i '
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this! city. invU.-l I I B.ihn. It retorithe i life are those wheu the The grandest opportunity for investment ever .

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sues to a state
(-f rroviden u. healthy '* of the household have the
: Wine Cordial. offered in Pensacola.
I lug all the life out of ) : :
with him th- oth- j 1 There i N lIt other medicine The best specific remedy for / U :
back the l \-t
gives < : I
'.' it d I that tluyuull \ in this terrible malady Malarial and
I I and sint'll. Tim toU Typhoid Home Seekers Should See These Lots. I.
Honeallll Tar. It i i- a v .
i nitiB man and wif. f vain experiments Fevers -
;. favorite for throat ann ,
y' ais of aec and tin- i i Cream I'.alm. Dru; : Colds, Influenza, Ac.N.tt .
and as it contain no
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,'i'IS; man. The :\ounn | .r)0 cts. Ely ; ASTC1ubbsCorner : <
; or other poisons i: cin IJH 11.1(11 V N.y. ; 1":1
Street, New York, will
'I v -ai his senior and th. I "iveu.V.. A. D'Alemberte.i ,

\\1!to-do) merchant of i Palafox St. --- -- -- -.-- ;I Garden and Alcaniz Streets. .' .t '
I Late President
r rii< y m< t the first time blIKKIPr'3: SAM-!
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t San Fran.-i.scci. Nov. l ; 1
1" a (fW days! ago. 1 May Be Severed. I I I.'
; ,'. of the late Pivsidfnt Fy \Irtueof an pTPcution is'ued out of F.C. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLK3. #. K. HYK5: JR., J. us. RKE8E.! .
o RrowFters. which is '
Nov. 27.Diplomatic rela 1lh"
circuit court o! K caiubm county r lorI -
,
Vlce-Prebldaat.: CMbler. An't '
President. CMhlerNational
'r.. Gn-tna Green of Dan- filed for probate in : between Great Britain and "..r. ,I idit.wbertln tbe Mc.MllInn Mill Company. '

"\1. v ontiTPd th*- town he This is necessary in : : have riot been !'(','prell1p to the a( corporation. and W.under K. Brown the laws H of defendant Kloridn,Isilumtitr. I ,. \! .-

:lojxi.st} 'I I. and she laughing certain parts of the although it would! not be sur haH'Il"'i..d upon bnd wi i I sell at public i il U ''t:
to tbe highest bidder for ea-h. at be Bank
deceased in California. i outcry : i First
\ ihiuister!
: found '
was I
if should be
I they at any mo- dour of the county court house In tilt city [ ;
\liv Signor drove backIP whi h does not excf><>d Thus far Venezuela shuiiut'r) tit I'ensiicola bind 1'I'lImbllcounty: ,oaring i
will his wife Hie legal hour nj W.4 on :.Monday the lit j j
; gives to
I' t I Iicrtiflcato in tha\ of the 1). 1\111' the ,
EIanting reparation ii'"- day of December. A. 'ohloIngd.crltwd 1. '
: 1:1"11I :I the gold and silver 1 lands In Kscnmbia county. Htate ,;Ut
.
and the question ha< IK"
fii OF PENSACOLA. FLA. i
lit Klorila. to-wil: One certain piece of
and other '
cartls! \( I'
: : '( between Berlin and Londin land bounded ai follows: tin Che north by r. IIILCTItzJi '
'y Hniii'V ami! Tar always to this: state, toe balf mile line on thesouth by th"quarI '
of the \arious : :: .
possible metn-: : i of ; :
five
: r-T mile lint section /il. Tou'ohlporlb.I
.
'ie ':t'ug n uij h.tU! tho Iniwsub '
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,t :ut.s.V.. A. D'Alcin- ofifainng! satisfaction. No J-\ '-1 i".i :\ Rng. thirty iSO we't, on the WM. H. KNOWLES V/ A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT-. II. HYER. I
New Creamery Trust ;.: 'ru-t 11tUl' right of way of tbelAiuisviIln ft i : 11 I
I 1'il.ifox S'. Nov. ;' has been reached regarding th' Nashvil'e Kailroart. on the west by the D. Q. BRENT. 1 I U
daulisonis. ,
: which shall be finally adopt! d. right uf way of the .\I ..r.!;..lIh'lIlt Co Kail-: ,
8'H'JER '!lr'd and thirty: (' "' : way, containing! four MI acres, more or i ii I

'he- -.-' SALVE; thd'funet Elgin .. Thief's-Rich Haul. INK.i !e-s. the" of said the land-lyliii H\V 'I of; and section b !lntf I 1.11' ,in To"the' nNorth. -, r U I iii i Hsislii Mrn Ifot id Ii I

.0 heaims:59itw in .t-o" worltt 11:1h"'n soM! by York Nov. 27.-Vhhle! John I hip with 1:1\the building. K thirty thereon C:1'i.:west aid property togmheri I. r D t a j j -1: I i iLWe !

.ludp. Uiinn to Cobe & : .
.rhi\1.\ real ,
a estate hml --;. heing levied upon as the property of the.l: ;.,
CASTOR! Chicago, tbi- highest : .. ersing! with friends in tit' defendant and Yo'. K. Brown to satisfy said exe- !I J I I '
costs.
$1 l.:> oiii.' It is said d icom of the Waldorf Astoria c.Juon OKO.K. SMITH, draw oar own Bills of Exchange! ; on treat Britain, Jrel&ifl U:

> ntants and Childrea I is ifa wiv creamery was stolen. lie has r->- I I Sheriff: of K-cainblu: county nH>aKlwI Kla.I Germany, France. Austria, Italy, H') lan.1. Hpam. Belirian Kufbia Nr I I. : i

te, .J You Have Always BongW be afffi t( d soun. n 1 to the police: thst in th/- I I way. PTrJen. Denmark and other Etzroreari ctnttrUs.rif !. ; I I I,

= were tao $I'i)(, eod; fi; II ---- -- 1
For Over Mxty honJs rf a wcter comuavy Per!n i CURES WEAK MEN FREE.Iii'.urem i iI l Vessels! Disbursed upon tho MOl!? Favorable Tanns. rend then J ; I j
MRS.INSLOWS SOOTH Obll at'ona: Taken Payable a* Port o? filtJJ18.\klJ Ten or FJft<;sn Da, I ;
: ,, -r-/1.t !. Ore. In the coat also was I, after Veggsl ArriTes there. I j jtr8afety
t>een used for over sixty: ; 'I
l'k for
a dress suit case he had
Love and a Happy Home
mothers for their children !
with perfect success. It I anothf- hotel. The ease con- I for All !iI D poliit-Boxep.: -Rent in Connection ,. ; : U ; !

fOi, Tar softens the gams.ft'Uys: all! ar.kl'aJuf'd at $;;00. Thi 'I How any man may quickly cure himself with which WA haTA Priv oartmoDt for thUso : -

\ s Hony arid ohc. And Is tbe best .' thief later Presented the 'hel'li after years of mffer.og from "triJal weakness ofRsrntmirv. -
CUr: i lost vitality night 1Ot1it'1.'arlcoct'll!.
: '&'s.pre\ enrs. pneumonia1IkEYIEE ''t will relieve the poor : <)t the case and its valuable con .Ie.. anJ enlarge: email weak organs to full f t-. ;
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-- mediately. Sold by \) !( size and vigor. Simply send your name t
-- and a1dr..n to Dr. Knapp :.ltdleallo.. !.=;> :
I oftbeworU. Tweaty-flva huh! Buildinp.: ))l'trOIl. Mich.. And they WE WILL' FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! .
: I : Be tare you ask fur "M rs. S PRESCRIBE IT. 'I ...III gladly send free rw elpt with all directions :
Ing Syrup, and take no eo tnat any man may easily cure him-
broad minded physician sell at home. This UcertnlDly a most itenerous ] .Wnteu.siavfor.whand.unv 1 itfrabxl rat '....... Ratt.ruELE-I t :
===;;;JI -- : ntler,and the followingeltraets taken &n4ewl.attfu ,,, .,
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Foley's Houey and Tar. as mail show ... .. "" ,'.If r .ad
from their what think
GOLA duly men mm' 11 w F.e i iyn : .. .. .
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tt, 4rc1fat&1G1&1I dJ.t1 fD= have never found so safe and of their generO.ily.1Jear oar......... \I '' ''. : ..: .I..,". .I."yoa.r-
i Sirs-Please accept my sincere pu".r.. > u "; 10<"'1' .fl riffYii ,_
a remedy for throat and ',r ,..... ,.f lor! 'I" 11".1l'h".t
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:: thanks for of recent date. I havegiven
yours ,, ,., ... .,.
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Grist and Corn trouble tbis medicine. '! thorough and .. .
as great your treatment a test torr". ,,"It .'1 I HIlt'" IlIarl.<1_ J. H..II'I..
P'Aletnberte, 121 S. Palafox I! the beutnt has been extraordinary. It baa 1.1_.......I"oat..u... .. li.n:...... ':'-.l l'abI, (; J I,
1! nT CUiE I II fa completely braced me up. I am just as I'bJ..Ia..lntwr ."" _"'" T..
I GQflZflLEZ a .
ffiln |B. F. : vigorous as when a boy and you cannot tb..nl."" "'.,.. .I':1H"uf'ilor ,;." .
: 9 Ssamttiti! Besfsfundtd. realize how happy I am." ... ICI"" a ..0-' "... 1II..u _-11<.1 I .

; ; Mlnu THE NEWS Want column. "Uear&irs-\our method worked beautifully. toTe-s,.,.,1 t.'da. "it i.PauTItnhlyd.enyat.4! .l/l'f,.!,.t Oilily 11F.I.ar ,I AR i. I ItranL I
:HOlCl' UtaL "XU Results were exactly what I needed Bass-To 1. ,1'. 1It1'1t'f.I'ft!"" "" s ,," .I..I.. .r-. U i :
---- mrenztu and bare I am ..i'II1I1" prawd: wh! ..- ii I 10,' 1. I I" ... I .. .
: vigor completely returned U 'Uh' L. 4 i :
C1 En I.' CAt1l1u STOCK "' } the :Best 5c. and enlargement Is entirely satis ", mr..t '. at .J.or.Jr' .. I....... C""',,. 'U \1.10. j'.. ....,..... "i j 'l :
: s, ftr factory." \r. IA I. B. 1\\ .rI.L I.. "I '.ai.U. '''.' '..IfI, ". .UOt
rUn Patronlte Home Stn.h*I IIt' .. -. S' It, I U
: retozd:: by em! every reason you should -- -- "O"1ir" "'in-Yours was received and I had r vs cc '--..11.I st i.. ill }' fimt I U 55i I.....1. U
Uork no trouble making: u-e of the receipt an .. \\ ,. 5 n. %t,11 "1 U .
ttt: rei-d from the Bed- we' -t .1" "t .1'y" I i 'I
ctU1. gz th.c be.t f fBUddsr for 'or by su doing: yon you want a good directed and can truthfully say it U a booni au, ..... s'Ti _. U d. 011. v.a al w y U 1" !.
1\,:: try. Your la left In i to Beak men. 1 am greatly improvtd In in a f. daj f UIJ .. I U.w.t ,,' I' 5'- d. SYP I. .T,5 U : Um1a '
money .
of
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tfO'bu! .nd you in turn are. : or a nice Crib for the i sue.Blrengtb; and vigor." )I"1.o..E linllli flsa7t. 'e I'U "a't diii 3tU

I fi .. ic/Jl.Tv ontribnt!fostering to the tbl' cause home ot go to Marston $ !, tial.All mailed correspondence in plain sealed is strictly envelope.confident The SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts.. ST. LOttS. MO. !

\LE InERTE. It to tneoammnntty In ; I receipt Is tree for the asking and they wan- .
which contributes to TOUT I every mm to have It. I -


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] I THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 1902
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-. r I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. --.;;:;

,TRAIN LOADS. i II= CURING MARITIME. ....."... -
SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES: CONSUMPTION.When .

_ It.....S.S.HS.NUN..NN y:I

_ KlchrnoBd,\.x,June 1. Wi I' '.I Scott's Emulsionmakes '
Catholic I| ABEIVgn.AuatbitPO6chICh,51.Mandik: I A COLD WEATHER
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Reitived of Tile Southern Maa-ifactarlag Co.. St. Michael's-Order of divine :: a consumptive gain Hamburgtp
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JJ6ST9.13 lit ettkmrntot .repaij freight on a I j i'f service for the winter: First mass, i I Ii flesh it :is curing his consumption. to bk order Massa Greece, KC Ventura. Antwerp j I

17 a. in.; childrn'9mas\Sa., m ; last i(I I
Train of 169 carloads "(.($>1) LI, K" Caking: .
mass and sermon, 10 a. m ; evening AT QUAHAiTI P:. I BARGAIN. ,4

i row'-I-T. 5Ou .U;p unols. I:i;: devotions, 1 p. m. ;, The weight is the measureof Ital bk Farezia. T1S, Rosetto Bristol to I.

'1 St. Jo-epb's, Rev Robert the consumptive's condition. Rosaaeo Bro II
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ton, l'aitor-Fir"t mass, 6:30 FUlll'r'j; I Every pound of weight gained THE SHIPPING.

1 Seaboard Air Line Ity high mass, 9bO a. m.; lis a matter for congratulation. ....Ladies' Patent Tip Lace Extension Sole Shoe fe"
7:30
yY p.m.
VESSELS IN PORTSTAAMSHIIS.

7 i Exactly what goes on inside I

{ Sa45 S52 5S2S S Ell'iColal.Christ to make the consumptivegain Br Calrocrag laol, Gibson, to Gulf Transit I ..
Church-Services! the Cowed S$;
r 1 by when taking S Eater,I'M, Horndahl, to L 4 K R R .. .
rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley at 7:30 weight CoBr '
SOCIETY EVENTS I Scott's Emulsion is still a Heatbaeld, 1371, Blockmoor, to Gulf
and 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. I Transit ('0
Br Thornly, lb-7: Major, toW L WlttichA
St. Kitherine's Church, corner' mystery.Scott's. Co $1.20I

Cervantes and Sixth avenue Rev. Br Vermont, :'i 7::", Howse. to W C Hegt'r-
it; AND PERSONALS : Emulsion does something man
J. R. Bicknell Priest in Charze span Vlvina II"a. Ralz.to Gulf Transit Co
1 to the lungs, too, that Nor VoluDd.tSTl, fettersen, toJ A Merrill -
In1J15ESHSH5HSHSHSHSHSZ52SH5H11 "Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. I & Co
1t,. T reduces the cough and the I '
St. :Mary's Mission (colored), Rev I KIIll'S.
It K'iphrmta, U; *, tiartoletto, to South- .
t Mr. Albert Keynton ,will arrive at J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge- inthmnut on. era Mates Lumber Co '
i It Trojan !It'>-4, Kertalottr. to order PairI
t. [ r, a. m. tomorrow. Sunday school at 3 p. m.; service at1' More weight and less cough Vanluo, 1i:1:; Mo" o. to Ko a-co ISros"I'U.ODE'ta
4 p. m. at the chapel, corner of Jackson I Ital \ 1313 to H HII/US.tCo
i { 3; C. B. Townsend of Montgomery is !' always mean that consumptionis It Vacduora. 1:!'>1, PerroDl. to H H lIo'f'r
.4 1' and B streets. Ger Wilkommon, li.fi, Orimps, to H f .
isk,1 : at the Merchants today, representing losing its influence over: the I Shelter Co '

M 1; 4( ing; the naval: stores dppartmen: of Mlli ili>t Lpi coial Church Snuili BARES:
:sv"tem.i Nor Anzcna.Jorgensen, to M H Sail-!I
the Standard Oil Co. Reed's Ivan I
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Chaptl-Preaching at p.m. j
It Blanca Casanova ;;!\ Maenatdi to
t (r Mrs. J. 8. Penley of Mobile !is ex- 1 by Rev. W. (i. Vretland. j jGici'Jen For all stages of the diseaseScott's Pa rod i A Co ,
t It cavita L, ';Flllipplnt, to Pensacola I'
Ic. # f ? ;rtf-d on the early train tomorrows Street; Cnurch. Rev. W.I I Emulsion is a reliable LumtrCo Good Protector for Your Feet at a Nominal I.: :

t. a i" will be the guest of tier Sister: Q Vretland. tor-Service; at .Ill hel For EldGundersontoorder ''
h 1 p. Sand I'r Free Samp:e. It 1"l'lIclnB't'rBra.. bit. tbiaiza, to'
MI-ConstallceKeynton.I a. m. and .,:-'IIJ p. in. Sunday; school !] 1't'ns8collLumhi'r CoItal .-
SL(I U I S. 1 11: '\\ \:F. Chemrt.. 4., Karl :bl., N. Y. Florida inns Balernn, to I'arodl &Co
J {pHS. J. 1'. Walltr and G. W.Srrice at 'J:3u a. in A. H.D'Alemberte. towed UlaiUil.ol; t-elauiier, to W L NVltticliaco ,

k ry ii of (Ila-gowcotlaud, are at superintendent; Epworth League at' [ Nor Johann., TJi', Palleem, to Pensacola : MEYER SHOE CO.
7 p. in.. Mr. Cade !Shackelford pres i- i I. Lumber Co .
e P tie: E=cambici. They are extensive HE DEFACED Itlanin, Mown Km.' to Fu Howe i CoNor
r umber importers ut tr.. ir IIUU.K dent. Ladies' Aid Society will meet i 1.lolI..r.1:1, Tablisst-n to mderi .
4. at the Lurch Monday at 4 p. m. < i It Peusacol, toE,binionttle, to I'arodi A Feet FnniMiers for ('uh 0111,.
f rJ C. J. Wild of Milwaukee, \\ i;;., is CoIt
Palafox raola .
: Baars
Dt !Street Church, Rev. J. :M. A CHURCH \ugcloIII'Il'avala. to : :
the Merchant Her : I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
( r-{tstered at Dannelly, l'astorer"ices tomorrow CoBr Hollo."TvJenkins to master '
? r d t prucents, ; manufacfurera, of and { Pun Kio Duuro Magaoo. to Pensacota
c at 11 a. In., and at 7:30: | ------"

"+t ". dealers: in machinery that: city. p. m., by the pastor. Sunday j. Lumber Am Ht Co Marvs tiXi Lowery to order I I I

J % s :; Mr. J. N. Vaughan, who will be school at 9:30 o'clock a. m., Mr. I j BULLARD FRENCH ARRESTED ON Nor Signd:SuprrbNisiMIlinqtoorder,10JO'Pet lerson.to pulllvan A CoNor ESTABLISHED IS qs. ."j* TEL EPi! :, "

J. X. Andrews Mr. J. J lalfi tania,'?'.', (,arguilo,toonUT
: married here Tuesday, with his best Supt.; A.
1 Ital \'E'rmolltJjj.la! t'tto, to S! Ii L fo .-..--..
i i iyL man, Mr. W. E. Anderson of Birmingham : Avant, assistant.. Epworth League THAT CHARCE YESTERDAY.Bullard tier KusValUkk Wind.brant,V4.,, U'in Bloom Haase.to order to master
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;,t); s nt Ala., will arrive tomorrow 'at 6:30 p. m. Sunday afternoon, W.
i 6CHOO>ERS.
morning. 1 C. Mackey, president. All are cor- TO MY FRIENDS
'I Am Brother, 123. Kelly to master
'I' ; Ed. Lovelace and W. W. Downingof dially invited to attend these ser- French, a white man, was Am 11jalmar,5.i.Axeisen, to master
vices. I Am Mary Lee Patton, 4s., btetman, toW
4 .L! Brewton. J. H. Fuller of Xada- arrested yesterday by Deputy Sheriff B Wright & Co
Am Lavina M Know, W, sawyer: to 8a :
2 I wah, and W. T. Ray of Greenville, 'i Baptist. Brewton at Bluff Springs and Leo AND PATRONS.OCCUPYING
Am Olive T Whittier, 4i.{, Sawyer, to J .
man-c ; j First Baptist Church-Rev. 1Jone.pastor. '. brought to this city, where he was A alerritt.tl'o
r t : .. Services Am T W Dunn tell, Brown, to Jno A Mer-
at a.m.and
jailed until this morning. At { rltt
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11 ,;l today. ',7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 90:; a. o'clock today he was taken in charge 7j II I I Br Royalist, Ill, Vandersand, to order I t NO. 327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. ;:.

Messrs. Samuel! Taylor and E. m., E. D. Beg*, superintendent. i -

+ ify O'Brien, inspectors; of hulls and boil- i! B. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. !' by Sheriff Paul of Holmes county'I Fortify the system against disease: ':' WHERE I CAnny OX A

n *rs, cf Mobile, ,:\1.\., arrived this A cordial invitation extended to all' and carried to Westville to stand I|I by purifying and enriching the II

t ? morning; for the purpose of inspecting : to attend these services.The :. trial for defacing church property, a j i bl.od-In other words, take Hood's
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the tug Echo, lately converted' Church: of Christ. serious: crime in Florida. A fine of I Sarsaparilla. I STRICTLY EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE

Ika a; : into an oil burner. -
u Church of Christ, Corner Alcauil'and $ij.JI( } may be imposed upon convic- II
you want a nice present to give (
'' Mr. and )1r;;. 5. D. Lazieraud wile JacKson Streets-liible school, ;< tiou.j I I to afcteftd.go and look throw;:h the LIQUOR BUSINESS

rf ail jr 'ire art at the K- caubia tojay. Mr. 9-.r) a. m., preaching at 11 a. m. and j elegant) )Vine ot suitable articles at''
French
j has; been wanted at \Vetj !
: LUll Mrs. Lazier com from Belleville T.-SJp. in. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, ; /. I. Stephens, you surely can find 1'

a : e1e "1 j Canada, and he i ii here t3 l look i it : Tenn.; prayer meeting Wednesday j j ville for eight months. He was ar- i i something! to please you. If you |I AND'AftftVF't'LL I.INEOF'
want anything in the Diamond line
liter LuIrIPss; of the South! African at 7:30 p. in, le son in Hebrews, Mh !I rested there last March for this be sure to see him before buy.

1 Bt Line of he local chapter. Song practice at evening'; ___ ___you__
; .. : anislnp which is a crime, but soon after the deputy had I n I Whiskies Brandies <
{ : promour. ervice begins; at 7:13; o'clock. Come'\ Hut Chocolate with \Vliip)>fl i ,
him he
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j pot away and has been in
1'i ; and join us in these services. I Cream at .1ralll r'l. ii i i iI
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i hiding ever since. His presence in I

} COURT LASTED I'reth'It"I'ian.- :j I! E.carnbia couuty became known I Try Force at Solomon's. !, < -t Wines and Cordials,

i 1 First Presbyterian,, Church, Rev. several weeks ago and the Holmes I

FIFTEEN MINUTES Linn It. Walker, Pastor-Services I county warrant sent for. It reached C'KIIW: IVUT1C1.P4' IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
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!at 11 a. in. and 8 p.m., by the pator.1: I the deputy a few hours previous NKI1 ER the captain O1fnprl -

-- Sunday !school at 9:30 a. in. I[ to his arrest. (Sheriff Paul wag immediately nor cooslfrneet of the Hweil
.I I bark i.iudan Kill be re-
:< d 'R The police court session listed but n-;;;:;;;n. notified and he arrived for eponstble. .toraubu contracted t -J AM SOLE AGENT FOJ? !
byk ete'II c.tlM.:
fifteen minutes: today and during Central Christian Church, Xo. IG '}/?* zaaa last oigtit. On account of I vsi'WiV.HELANUKK., 1

that time eight; cues were deposedif. East Roman: Street-Junior Chris- a previous succel'o"ful escape, French\' Wittlch 4: Co., ( Cajitftia.Consignee. :>rncNKITHKK Monogram No. J JJ J Brookfield Rye
i wa securely bound when he left ,
tiau Endeavor at 9 ,
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.l : a. in.; Suuday
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: There were five drunk*. all fined 'today. I tbe captain own-1
school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E.I --- \I .n nor cnnsigoi-tts of tbe
t ; ".I each. The ca.e against Captain i / Nor ss Volund will be Jno. Crabbies Celebrated Scotch Whiskey I
at 11 a.m. t A Startling Surprise i wponsible for debts contracted ,
I t
1 i wery, for carrying: : a concealed j 1 by the crew of '..ldtssel.
Very few could believe in :
I looking 0 A. PETKKHBX, ,
t'II \'r..ali'it.
i
kt, '' x' f ntol was continued until nf-xt' 1 at A. T. Hoadlfy. a healthy, robust 1 PiagglOit i o., CBplnm.Conslgnei Special Reserve 3 Stars Pyramid and
First UuiversalM Church, Ei'ti .
: 1 blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for i ii i :Jsiu. I ,
Wednesday."WonH : Chase Street, Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. i i ten years he suffered such tortures I j -- --- I

l Irwin, Pastor-Services at 11 a. m. 1; from Rheumatism as few could endure Budweisser Rye
iR s 4'nnfdeuer: .. and live. But : ,
wonderful
a
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: school
and7:30p.m. Sunday at 10 Wilson
IL' : you trust bin'?" change followed his taking Electric George j!
M, $ +. ., "Ilh. ( a. in.; Y. P. C. U. at 6.M p. in. Prayer Bitter*. "Two bottle: wholly cured | AND SEVERAL: OTHER PROMINENT WUNIK AIMI I.i iI

1 t f '"To wuiit oxtiufr" 1 meeting every Wednesday eveningat me." he writes, "and I have not felt' I i
,I "" 7:30. All are cordially invited a twinge in over a year." They I Iregulate I I FOR THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BEKH-: :
z., )ti 'dl. ra tru=t him N "uk out for Union Store.
Depot
hIs attend these service. j( the Kidneys, purify the ]
r r1 own interests, ami that li aL"! to I
blood and cure Rheuiratisin/Neu- !
c Chicago; Tost. I ralgia. Nervousness Budweiser, Indianapolis and Culmbacher Import
_. Lutheran i ;; improve dig'p'I'tion Fresh Eggs, Chickens, TurkeysEtc.
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;i'x :U :'' A n..nm SC1IOI\K.- German Lutheran Church, J. F. them.and trive M perfect health. Try Received
Daily.
f: i'! t It"i' t. Only cent atV.. A. I ------' -- -
'\;' I W. lleinhardt. l'dstor-Oermall service | D'Alemberte's drug store 121 S. Pal-
A at .. 11 l ,: KIM \\ the To.ill lo tidy On. at 10:30 a. m ; Ecglish service: i afox street. Fruits, Vegetable; and Nut" of All

1T \ t : ',' When a young lady going away to at 7 p. n[.; Sunday school at 9 a. m ; Do -- -_. Descriptions.Choice Alfred

; $ t. ,'J.;. srh')01 carries food away with her in exercises at 2 p. m.Clitistian. ]! ycu want a magnificent watc" Plant Oysters Always on Hand Moog
ft', I for little money? If so, call on and Opened Day or Night ,
of box of : there I
r 4 place a candy, must
I i"i".t b.. some reason. Scl II-e. I I Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate
1; t I' !; Ii; A woman in Milton Mill) *, X. H., Services at J02) West Gregory street you. 1 PRICES REASONABLE. Mail Orders Solicited. J k< 527 S. Palafox, >' t -:.

i : '};! sirs: "Having a large family I had at 11 a. m. All interested are invited'
t h 1 tiilich are Had worry, and wa ---roo
t attend.
to
i-,' .i never very strong and healthy, but
li' ; iiiiuazed to keep fairly well until F" SAMUEL CHARLES
t! the la"t few year: Eah uiumtr Sahatioii Ami)'.

'. ;; lately found me' wtrn out auii weak Every one is cordially invited to i 1 BOOT AND

tiy.! at its clove. so that I had to peud a attend the meetings: at the Barracks SHOEMAKER,
t' T. '. week or two in bed My stomach
t w always fails me when I atn overtired on DnReachestreet. Holiness meeting Alligator b..It. ft REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHitE YOU WAIT.

: the food refusing to timilate, :Sunday at 11 a. m. ; Junior class .
-t, : UNION ."- .."- A -Y Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoe Leather at i > '
v ) d' < until my ttnilly: my stomach lm- meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meet \i. :Zt .
T t J comes so weak that the nu-ra stand- ings every night at b o'clock in the 'l>nos.: : lilt 607 SOUTH PAIj\M STHKKT
i injr on my feet causes me to retch sj ,1 .." DEPOT
Barracks airs at 7 in. Capt.
; open p.
r } 1 violeiitly'tbat I have often vomited 1
f 'y t; blood. Callie Holder, Lieut. Kellar. ,1 I S :i 13.3w.C.NORM7N STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ Try one of our cele/HII,1, /

.. Y! I had seen Grape-Nuts food ad- ,. officers in charge. ,
H. $ S. Felt Mattr ;< -
w i vertisod and fancied it wa like oth- Tuos. (;ONION, Captain, "
'e r :' H' cereal, many ot which I had Seatuen'a Friend SI'lt'I). I They never pack or S'1-1'

t i r tried and discarded When my usaal ", The Seamen's Friend Society will will make regular trips between lumpy. Better than fl I1 ?
,. '& attack came on last: August, I
r hold religious services at 3:30: p. m. 1'1:C I'J:IITO I:. Pensacola, Point Washington and at ,'.
t was in despair: for nothing would mattress, half the pi' '
Sunday m their reading room on : Freeport. Leave Baylen street I
; : stomach little
on a
r -ay my except &
} Marston Quina.
r li
I decided to try Grape-Xuts and building north of the Scandinavian I at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day.

Sent for a package. I ate a little and church Seamen; and citizens of all i i Wines Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. FOR SEED OATS,
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fly back after eating without experiencing Liquors Cigars.
,, ) of the denominations are invited. H. C. and arrive at l'en-acola 6 p. m. same
t ickly feelings '
i I fr any Seed Rye and Chicken Win ion
t+ : .r that usually followed any movement Cushman, secretary. i day. Fare, round tripE;); one way, I
; ; lu bed and fell into a refreshing $3- 12nltu the Mellen-Crosby Compi: ( :

4. ?x sleep. I continued using the Saints Meeting. ----- -- I the Alcaniz street warehouse.!

e' t ?=t- food and day by diy gained rapidly Latter Day Saints will hold ser- : SOLE AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING NAVAL 8TOUK3 MAKKKT.Iteported Phone 334. 2!I .i.

rtt m strength! until now I am entirely vices in Saints hall, 52S East Chase ,, BRANDS OF STRICTLY PURE AND I --- --- --
-I '+ well and strong and stomach Daily for The New t>}
i i. } Ate does not bother me any my more.GrapeNuts street,Sunday night at 6:30 o'clock/I 1 FIRST-CLA68 WHISKIES: jt <* j jt Union Naval Store Co.aosx. You can get your gar ,e

t.. c I I Is what 1 have often All are i invited to attend. ..
I furnished complete at M +' 'r- wished lor-something: that I can Brookhill, Edgemont, Old Prentice, l WW _... .... ...16 U; H ..._...._ .n-*,
? eat for breakfast and feel that I amt THE EVIDENCE WQ_. .. ... ..... 1 73 B.._ .?.. .... 1 }$ Quina's on easy pa /-

satisfied. After eating A dish off Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. H_ ... _. I 5<) r .......... ..._ 1 50 ments, weekly or monthly.We .
Grape-Xuts with a little I '
{ all cream ... _. _._. S u) E..-.. .. t 45K ;
work the
;f ; C Ihave ia a stomach.morning and forget COMPLETED TO-DAY The Celebrated Atlanta Beer .".._ :i K D_... I *iI will launder your spread- '

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The children like it so well that it o I J 05 : *j 15 cents: each and make them > ,*

t' t 'T i U'.hard; to keep them in bounds as to __ I II I i l5'UUTI TUa'lTI..-50. like uw. Star Laundry.
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the be
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quantity eaten
All evidence in the big Milliken- | I I will repair your watches and -- --
's eldest girl actually carried off I
ily
+ I 1 a Jewelry in first-class style. e
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t' i : i Iii.:1 school package at -when with she as much returned elation toe Sullivan suit was completed this I! Phone 46. cor Tarragona and f right sts, "l I tephens.II city The is finest at J. line I. Htephen-of umbrellas'. Go >*

1 i morning. The arguments will beg I at them.
as if It had been a box of the choicest I
bon-bons." Xame given given by made! this afternoon and the case'' II! Try Ganther'g Candies at

# r1 ,k : rostum Co., Butle Creek, Mich. probably concluded tonight. jI j I : i Solomon's. j a'jffadqin's, Hie :DLi1/ /-r -



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