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Creation Date: December 1, 1902
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VOL. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORiDA MONuAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 1 1902 NO 67
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-DECISION[ IN FAVOR TERRIBLE 'i iI I OFFICERS 1 SEVEN MEN KILLED :;'H i




OF UNITED STATES I EXPERIENCE OfFISHERMEN r JFOILMOB FIFTEEN ARE I INJURED II"" .




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Russia Must Pay American Sealers FISHING, SMACK MARY LOUISE! SAVE HIM FROM BEING Frightful Boiler Explosion In Swift I:,

LYNCHED.
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Damages. I WRECKED SATURDAY AND -- & Co. Chicago. t i!

THREE MEN NEARLY :-'I..f'\al\ to The Daily News: :

I l l.r'iioa.: 0., >.'.1. :. ."..-rtly 0'-- !It

: DROWNED. i fti I 3! e' lock th.1: 11)1'1./:' : a mobt- :,
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AT THE HAGUE.:: ti'.m ted to take Willian.: Oldest o, the oit .'.: it.'n atuiiis an 1 doors wart
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ROLL OF HONOR a.--ular.t of Mary Maloney from the SEVERAL PERSONS MISSING. .i tc-n from th"ir hinge I

.'. Dutch Jurist, Deuf I About 12 o'clock Saturday ni,bt tcunty jail, fcut was prevented by incjtra The building! in which the engine
I f ccidtnt Occurred the Electric
force of officers acd the sliei- .In and boiler were located was split i

Americans Against FOR NOVEMBEROF I the fishing smack Mary Louise, of !J, Plant of Swift &. Co.'s Packing Establishment asunder anti! practically demolished. ;

-. nmrnt For Seizure of I the fleet of E. Saunders!:\ & Co., The mob was forming for an attack at the Stock Yards. Pieces of the irarm nse machinery wer"thrown

b.I was wrecked 17 miles east of the \\b--u Giassco was spirited away in a I hundreds of fort tbiough the !
I carnage toward the northwest. Its! Crewsome Sights After Explosion. air, falling upon the earth with force If :
I .-y:! News. CONVENT SCHOOL life saving ,station and three men t
News
believe d he was taken in a roundaboutway Special to The Daily : sufficient; to drive them deep into th I ;

'. j'i.Professor As>- Senior Girlslisslag ie Mae Hat- nearly drowned. to the Portsmouth Jil.Gbssco Chicago, Nov :29.-Seven men were ground. Consternation throughout !

i'i-t, who has been The survivors were brought cvtr ) admitted asaulting Miss! Mahoney killed and 15 geiiously injured at 10:30 the village: was the result and as soon ;1

:.i ras of American ton.iss! Maggie Me Hugh, Miss and said it was done in revengefor I. o'clock this morning.; by the explosion as the people recovered from their!

.' url of their vessels latuie Hatton, Miss Isabella Grant, to the city this morning from the her brother striking: him. The of a boiler in the electric plant bf fright willing hands rushed to th3 ,

_I nvi : 'nnier. about 10 liss Estelle! Yates, Miss Louisa Bie- life saving station. girl is in a serious condition. Glassco Swift & Co.'s packing: establishment at mill to ascertain the trouble and ta '

.' .t'nd his award in Capt. John Beadwell, in commandof knocked her down by a blow on the the stock yards. It is positively asserted render what assistance there was !a

..,.1 i States. He arcs bighauser, Miss Annie Walshe, Miss bead but fled when her screams: that two others were buried their power. ,t'' 4

., in the case of Ada Mcllugh, Miss Florence Byrnes the smack, was seen soon after brought help. lie was traced by under the debris and it is feared there It is the impression! howeer, so tti*

.-. "t..-r C, H. White at the crew and himself arrived. He bloodhcunds. are even more than that lying dead man who brought the news to the city
lisa Florence Graham Miss
Sybil
of the James The work of bodies says, that the water in the boiler hal
: a-- stated that hid vessel was bound the bloodhounds is co n- under the wreckage. Two
i $_!>.:jsS; ; the Kate Bobe, Miss Katie Graham, Miss! Emma sid! -red. the best on record. They ar- were recovered immediately after the run low and that Rogers was attempting .
from Ht. Andrews to Pensacola witha
a .- aim: the Cape Horn Doghich, Miss Maria Steel, Miss rivul tram: Dayton, 0., yesetrday noon accident and taken to the morgue. to replenish it when the disaster
catch of snappers and beach fish. and at once followed the trail from The identified dead are: came. It is thought he was turning

t.r'iu-red: his judginn Leon Quina, Miss Katie Cusachs, Rough weather had been experienced the place} of assault in roundahout George Tait, fireman. coM water Into a hot boiler with tho

., court in the Senior Boys-Master Thomas Johnson courst-s to the saloon where William John Owens water tender. inevitable result. I
since !Saturday\ morning and 1 Le
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.- r.tatives of tn Master G. Master Glassco had been arrested. They went EJward Wright negro, fireman. It is the impression! so too :
Gregory
Quina
I r: .-"ia and others. tried to pet into East Pass, but there over the! course the second time an.! Two other men M. \\". Welsh and city by a resident of the place, wh?

.. mIl ister of the Paul Iliera, Mallory llie.raIaster was such\ a heavy sea on that the at. then back to the scene of the assault I. T. Ash, are known to have been in came in to notify Ho ('rs' brother '

y '{'uar. Clarence Brown, Master Reuben tempt was abandoned.The followed by thousand. enraged the building and diligent search n,) who is a guard to the county convicts.

i -he award people, threatening vengearcc.y. to noon had failed to discover! any one The brother William Rogers, left at

i' :' sihoonle Vanakt, Master Leo P.l1pertIaster vessel was then headed: for ter the:.> scenes in the afternoon th who had seen them leave the building. I Once for LizollaREADY. .

'( Rus- George Milliard, Master Frank Witt. Pensacola' and the weather got streets were filled with people all It I is asserted that they were fl',' I .

nat I the lastcr Fatiria TouutIaster, Gregory worse. The mainsail was carried night: and it was evident to the authorities among; the injured removed to thiospit.ll. -'

: '. .. hip ot Quina, Master Charlie-0'Connell I ,:\faster away, then tne foremast was blown that a lynching was contem I FOR :
after th'
i rueb?- plated.! The scene Immediately

--.iltorlal! James Walshe. Master Dudley Gon- out. Final'y the mob assembled! at Engine explosion was a grewsome one. The t:

1. v. as sail.'i zalez. When this latter loss was encountered House N'a 2 aral selected :50; men injured men had been scalded and l STATE PEN I

!i these as leaders In the" general movement on many of them were uwonacious whoa
Kindergarten School-Miss Blanche the vessel became nnianaseable -
e''Jitra. the armory and jaH.! Ai lie armory carl iN to the .aa bil..iu; : -$. Severn'

,ion of \lcllush. Miss Hilda Touart: Miss ; and she slowly buy sure they demanded the keys of Captain of them it is feared win die. The I

., and Us Annie Ainsworth. Miss Lucille Ynies-. ly drifted and ran up on the beach. TII: )-lpson. who wan la charge of the eciiient is ore of the most serious SEVEN PRISONERSAWAITINCAR t !

,. :eecitl.a.i mil!llJ.. so that they could) securerifl's. that has atnirted thI I stock yards 1111
traliss Katie Haines, Miss Ger- The crew was composed of Capt. '
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On Thousand of people crowdel
: : i. lfa.tOR being refused they opl'n"I'd ears.
CONVICT LESSEE.Seven
RIVAL OF
., tau '.. :imprison- tic Roche, Miss Katie Motta, Miss, Headwell, James Beadwell, brotherof fire with revolvers and Captain! about the wierked building and po- .

"u -efore, Hl> I1a. L. O'Brien, Miss Genevieve Wat the captain ; Thomas Minor, Jr.. Thompson: narrowly escaped. lke had a difficult l time of it in keen-
.' :.e.incea to pay When the mob ('oulddo nothing at lag them at a distance! sufficient t,
;' t.. IH, with interest son, Miss Eula .Alfred MasterVar and Rodney Currin. As the vessel the armory, it moved on the jail. The allow rescuers! to work unhandicappeJ.EIG negro prisoners are ready t.

ren Anderson. Miss Nannie Sweeney,. struck a reef, all but the captain sheriff refused the demand for tin for au agent of the state convict I

-t |legit ct pro.Ring Miss Mildred Rocheblavo. Miss Julia jumped into the water, thinking; the kers. Then the mob moved off to BOILED EXPLODES. lessee, and all measurements were

f. in unI.v. fast and in shallow secure battering rams with which t'lbrf'lk Engineer Rogers and Walton Taylor, I
Miss Traces Christie. Master vessel was aground taken yesterday at the county Jail. I'
Johnson
*-n Count into the jail and the sheriffat Negro, Torn to Pieces.
,. wcter. As a result they came II. will be taken in the '
They
0 .foreign af- : Harrington John.on.Iastf'r Tom once spirited the prisoner out of tho Macon G*.. XO2 .-By the :x- away

M ? .' Mcllugh. Miss lira Hall Master Rob- near drowning.The rear of the jail and escaped to forte plosion of a boiler! used with a stationary 1 morning should an agent arrive to-

c '. 3 charge d'af- captaiu remained on the vessel mouth. engine at Lizella, a small station'! night. Those who will go, and their t
:-.M_..ui .". ert Diaz. Master Carl Sheetz, Master \\*lle! the ooh was about the jr.l 11)[ miles from the city, this afternoonat
until she was well aground, then terms, is as follows: ; fl
Glassco: wild with
.n.irr of the council Dudley Mcllugu, Miss Florida Massey was fright and confessed 6 o'clock t\\o men were instantly J'
\, 'rland3, an arJ>i- Miss Lettie went out and rescued Minor, who all to the JsJ'er.: The mob is killed and two wounded, one of them Frank Tolbert, breaking and entering
Master Roull.acnderson,
\-"er decided June 1 was about exhausted. Currin and trvlay trying! to organize to so to according to the latest information 13 years.

11 average; catch for :Martin :Miss Annie Quina Miss Ada Portsmouth. from the scene of the disaster, being
James Headwall swam ashore. Joe Reese, breaking and entering, 'I
be i
should
> Umantla Gonzalez Miss Ila L. Cafiero. :Miss now in a critical condition.The .
The the sands of Santa NEGROES SOLD IN KENTUCKY.Two :
was exactly the con men lay on : dead are: 10 years. -
Touart. Master Charlie I
Geraldine
-.1 by Mr. Pierce who KDsa Island: exposed to the biting Paul Kosers. Ernest Beale, breaking and enter- .
H- fir the United States Diaz Miss Frances Brent, Miss Edith I Women and v Man Put on the Walton Taylor. 1
carried i elements and iu their wet clothing Block for Vagrancy. ing with intent to commit felony 5 : I
The decision
Grant Miss Agnes lcc1es.liss Lloyd The injured are: .
i .on of the oouit that Blumrr, Master John Johnson. Master until daylight; Sunday; then made Lancaster Ky.'Nov. 23.-Sheriff James \Vitham. whose back is supposed years. vi j I

v, damages!: and only John SWf'el1t'r.lastrr John Anderson their way to the station, where Lawson attracted a large crowd before ol to have been broken and whose Dan Butler, perjury, 1 months. i! t !
the sale
the court house door by
umcnt the due
t' :: sum .
Miss Irma Olh'f'rliss Clara Shee-tz. Capt. Broadbent took charge of them three negroes, two women and a man. skull was probably fractured.An Jim Bell breaking and entering (? i
.
unknown colored man. I
--- Intermediate Grade-Miss Florence' until today, when he brought themto The bids were lively but small. The The engine was used in a saw mill mouths. t I 4.

"ici-'T' TO ENJOIN. Roche' I the city. man Charles Anderson sold for 12 belonging to the Rogers brothers and Chas. Mack, breaking; and entering ,I I' ,,;
Josephine Hoilihand i months brought $7. and the women, I
GI'adl'-\li
Junior
those in '
in defective' ,
was no way so
", The men !stated that when the belle Griffin and Emma Rt11. sold for 7 years. t ,
Hindsd! Down by Judge Miss Hilda '
Miss Willie Moody position to knew assert. It was : .'
vessel first struck the reef and three respectively. !Sam\ Ford assault with intent to
Tcncy of Kentucky.Ky Bicker Miss Ruby liyrnes.: Miss Katie on they one years handled by Paul Rogers one of the : I

Nov 29.-Judge Cocnors. Miss Mary Cusachs. Miss could see nothing in the darknessand brought $j each. owners of the mill, who had been discharging murder, 5 years. ,
H l'om Y. Ling in -hancery The three were convicted for vagrancy of i
the duties engineerfor
Miss Edith B oske. Miss Lizzie Camp11. thought their boat was ashore.As sold the an
be to
and ordered to highest
: that
i i : a chancery court a long time" and who was considered "t'

I' r .c', '" enjoin the commissionci ; I )>< they jumped the vessel grazed bidder. not only capable, but an adept IMPERSONATED 1\.1\ I

over the reef and was beached before The day had been a rushing, one in I

;ci I.s:'''II has a bearing on the MYSTERY SURROUNDS CCATH. they reached land. Eig Timber Land Deal. order to fill the demands upon the mill I

CoritiI1'; : I Govern: glove conh Knoxville Tenn., Nov. 29.-Levi and overtime had to be done by th'

was ( a'liil! I off here someo Police The smack and cargo of fi*h will Sparr. of Williamsburg Pa., representing crew. Shortly after C o'clock the FEDERALOFFICERTHREE
Investigating Demies; of Wo
and is: in off.-ct that a prong be total losses. Pennsylvania capitalists has: just engine was stopped and the crew gathered :
man at New York Hotel.
\: nia'cli is not an injum closed a deal for timber rights! on about Engineer! Rogers. Tti-- i I
The Mary Louise was a vessel of 9
29.
Chicago, Nov. -The police are '
NT The court says the 19,000 acres of timber land in the men were drawIng! off their overallsand
lit common lawand Is :1 Invalidating the death of a young tons. She was built at Pensacola:; in mountains of East Tennessee. It is discussing: the day's work when WHITE MEN WERE STAR I :
woman said to be Miss Laura J. Patee, ,
ir criminal pre' "e.-s. Thtn : ISM; and formerly belonged to V. Di located at the headwaters of the Lit suddenly I a terrific explosion came. For !
of Springfleid.: 111., who died today
early I DEFENDANTS TO-DAY.
Judge Toney on a Je- tie Tennessee river. The tract abounds miles around the noise was hear i'j
Lustro, from whom she ; I
in tae Grand: Pacific hotel. IT i was purchased
he court of appeals, sus in hard wood and Mr. Sparr's company while the earth trembled from th .
.. ('OUJp3nlth a man she came to the some years: ago by Saunders .,
i n for an injunction tMiGovernCoibett ) will remove and market the tim.bel' great force of the explosion. BuslJ- "

: coi' hotel Thanksgiving day. They were &Co. lie is negotiating for 11,000 ad- ins near by rocked as though shake'iby W. C. Boone and two white men : ::J
registered under the names of "C. J.O'llt.nnell I
fir Oct. 22. The case ------ optional acres very near the large
and, wife Duluth Minn." I .an. earthquake.Vindows were named Miller, claiming to be broth- I
apm32e1. i i Do you want a magnificent watch tract. It is understood the 19,000: i -- - i ."
this the sent' ers, have told so conflicting
Early morning man many
.. for little money? If go, call or. acres of timber right was secured for CHAMHKKLA1YS: j"j:
word to the office of the hotel that a I'I Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate about $60,000. tales in town for the past few days: '
TABLETS.
Du" ,lend Payments. doctor was needed in their room at STOMACH AND: LIVER I
that they are regarded as suspicious i R '
:Vn; J:
.> .nrtustrial corporation ing. Dr. Stringfield the house physician Mother Gray's Sweet I'midera for New York Nov. 29.-The anti-pass When you feel dull after eating characters, although no such charge I r i 't!1

:l1I'.15. to be quite heavythus hurried to the room and uponhis Children. I agreement which was adopted by th When you have no appetite. has been made against the trio They I \ 1'are
in trunk line: last When have a bad taste in the .
.'-ments tar announce, arrival found the woman just railroads territory you I II
avs The Journal of Cou breathing her last. I I Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse lathe year, is again; up for discussion C. mouth. I at the city jail serving out fines t j.: ':
liver is : '
When torpid.
Children's Home In New York. Cure your I
2S.S11.: : The total pay There were no marts of violence :. Feverishness Bad Htoraacl, Teething Disorders the presidents It Is to be determined When your bowels are constipated.When imposed today. : tj

','ntis; by Industrial cor- upon her body and, appearancesgo ,move and regulate the Bowels: an! whether or not the agreement ito you have a headache. Boone's fine was 110 for (cursing ;!

he J258.633.SOO.Htl : to prove the story of the man that Destroy Worms. Over :ao.onu testimonials. be continued another year. and the When you feel bilious. out a female in a dance hall, while ,

-- she died of heart disease. The po- Thee nerer'fail. At all druggists 25c. "''am- meeting at which the final vote is to They will improve your appetite, the Miller boys were fined fo each I ]

a Good Time. lice were notified at once, and the pie FREE. Address Allen S.: Olmsted Le be taken will be held on Dec. 15. Con cleanse and invigorate your stomach for drunkenness. They had no 4
N.Y. to the continuation and regulate your liver and
Roy slderahle opposition I
He declared
i wanted attend a par- man taken into custody. : bowels. For sale by all drugzistsand money and are "doing" an equivalent .! f
Is said have
of to
the agreement
raid to do so on acv that O'Donnell was his name and at It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry. medicine dealers. lot of time. I j I I
in |JH stomach, which first refused' to give the name of tho I developed I.
Ask to-day torAllen's Koot-Ease Boone is especially regarded as I H.{ ; ;
WMulJ grow worse. Hew i roman. Later ie said that pO'lldtr'l Burnett's THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE .
young Vanilla Extract has outlived
It cures Chilblain,"Swollen' ,!:! : suspicious. He disported himself as ;' t f
telling troubles to I
my she was Miss Laura J. Pafcee, of Aching, Damp feet At all druggists and criticism. It is the finest and purest The Immense Bankrupt Stock of I
d.I who said: 'Chamber- I a special United States detective i L
Cholera and Diarrlwa Springfield HI. O'Dosaell will be helJ shoe stores I've. vanilla extract that can be bought. Clothing Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear and so introduced himself to Captain f t i
I until after the case has been Investigated '. ,
: in conditionI Once tried
put bought yon a bottle and by the coroner.TO H. T. Mcintyre, !St.:\ Paul, Minn., always used.' etc., at 317 South Palafox street, I Connors and members of the police ; I..

in statins: that two I who has been troubled with a disordered PEARL & DOLIVE will be thrown upon the market on force. This morning he had no recollection '**-*!. ';

and enabled me to i CURE COLD IS ONE DAY stomach, says "Chamberlain's Thursday next. Wait for this sale of doing BO, but said be '1

ie at the party.r.:: !Stomach:\ and Liver Tablets do me before purchasing. bad been working at Fort U
Take Laxative lromoQulnlneTableu. All Morgan
'"ut of Summer Hill, more good than anything I have Call on them at the corner of Garden .
'tuedi i is for sale by druggist refund the money It It Tails to ever taken." For sale by all druggists and Alcaniz streets for carpenter lately, and had just been discharged -gi

a medicine dealers. i curt box.!. ::r.e.. W. Grove's .signature is on each and medicine dealers. and electrical work,or phone 660. Subscribe for THESEWS lOc per week, from the 19th U. infantry. '

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER li 1902

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Colds."It I FILIPINO FUNERALS. Nasal SHORT STORIES. "It gets me It ,Muddled" confided Him.the Intoxicated: Curse :

Uncommon
CATARRH t EAI invested Individual who was gazing into thforlst's
hare already -
Picturesque For the Rich and Pathetic American brewers
window-"it gets me! I d'know
f For the Poor. in and about Havana.
is just a common cold" people la all Its eu-8 there //u.Yz9Rk 4 y $4,000.000 wezzer a chr'chr'chr'zannemum looks
in One of the most striking things to be mould be clew ieese. j"' '"s8 about 1H500 telegraph of-
je sar. "there's no danger that Admitting : : q f rt' There are like:): a Skye terrier or wezzer a Stye UP
their statement, then there are seen on the streets of Manila Is a Filipino Elj'a Cresia Balm S flees now open in the whole world. terrier looks like a chr-cbr-lzziannlnm.

uncommon colds colds which are dan- I funeral If the deceased was rean'rs,soothes:sn<2 hcalt Tennessee's world's fair exhibit maybe Bat the policeman got him just then

gerous; for many a fatal sickness begins wealthy and had hosts of friends, the l.e -oiod: ffienibrano. 5 DL,,,",.ri Assntcnrafettsrrhar transported the way to St. Louis
for
and the problem ceased to him DRINKCUKKD
get
with a cold. If we could tell the common I funeral will be headed by a band play-! : ft>\fnn.y -i'FP: % the of
to show people
by water just the time lJdn .Baltimore American.
cold from the uncommon we could a cod .u t.e li--l ,.b _
Ins: selections from comic operas. The navigation is open
world that river
feel quite safe. But we can't. They I iu.ck) y.Crentn. the
body of the deceased follows in a
uncommon variety n.il-.i Is phrcd Intc the! nostrils: ,spreads clear to Chattanooga.With Sought Bargain In War.
I
[* % It is rarely recognized hearse covered with black cloth arranged ever t'.e! menb-uro and ie alisorbcd. lle..etla: immediate Filipino women it is the custijnta Edward ILL had Just announced hs! m

a' } until it ,, in a Krovsorne design and : au J a crefdlowe.;( It U not 4ryins: -docs starch everything! white, and a nurse intention of beginning: the Hundred WHITE RIBBON

;'s 3 has fastened its s I drawn by six black ponies, each bedecked not]irudae eneezln: ;; Large Size,50 cent at Dru;;- who has: recently returned from Manila Years war. REMEDY.

hold on the with headgear; of long; black: girt or by mail: ; T-t.al Size: ,10 cents by mail describes the first sheets launderedfor _Vijrf-. \"- ,,r. (.'U f..
sobbed "can't
t "Rut" Queen Philippa
1a ? lungs and thereare i i feathers. The hearse! will be followed I II ELY CKOTUERS.. Warren Street.Ni-w York "fearful and won.drrt"ul. lI'alcrtea.Jr cofee iritki 1'/0 ,
of I the hospital as you reduce it to ninetyelghn"IaddeUt.'t.l
symptoms by men on foot wearing knickerbockers .
W bite Ribbon Remedy waO
P4: consumption. however by this requestfor
and cocked hats, and after them Olive snreiner's Husband Elected the diseased appetite (jr al
mf Dr. I'lerce's Capetown. Nov. la the stomach of a cow butcherednear a bargain, he rushed out at once lants whether the patient .- ,
1 follow innumerable vehicles of 29.Cron1'ightShreiner. "
$ { GoldenIedical every sized: pocketbook Inebriate, a "tippler, soc al<
1 Montrose 1'n god and pawned their crowns to pay the
the candidate of the drunkard.
description. If the body is to be Interred Afrj- Imposlbleforainappetite
Discovery cures kanderbund has been elected with a brass clasp was found. troops.-New York Tribune. tir alcoholic IKJUO u' *'
K the gravediggers; will precedethe member contained a roll of bills; W bite RIbbon Remedy.
brow' The pocketbook
band, with their tools over their of the house of assembly for Coles- lndorsd by Meinlierii of \\ r
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lungs and other shoulders. burg, Cape Colony. He is the husband end 43 cents in change. A shingle: nail Difference Opinion. Mrs.tore. cress &upprll1l'man's
and a hairpin were also found. "How did that poem of yours turnout Christian T.mperamlura.
fez' r diseases of the of Olive Shreiner the i .
Most: Filipino funerals, however, are writer. Caltrornla. write : ,
organs of respire The latent landmark of ancient Boston ?" White Ribbon HeDledon v
il more patLetic. The father of a fewi
6 : ation. It increases to go is tie:: old Hancock tavern, one "Oh," answered the author "there drunkards, and the cures oar
14) weeks old baby will trot out to the' Yerkes Returning to America. In ninny cases theRemrd} a ,.
the sup- couuectinlinks between the colonial the difference of opinion that 'I
of the was cretly. cheerfully reconun
alone \f.h the little
cemetery entirely London Nov. 29.-The
,
ply of pure, rich passenger of lorsn White Ribbon ncmpdyour
period' and the Boston of today. usually attends the production nmastf'rpll'el' .
'ka Slood and builds white cull balanced well on his head.an.l Pit' of the steamer Deutschland from Union are delighted to
,
x' III its palmy days this hostelry had n The postmaster insisted ruical treatment to aid us n
up the emaciated If a man had not the price of a Hamburg tomorrow, via Southampton "
and the one it first class matter and the ance work.
was that
r national reputation was
body. I,vehicle his remains will be carried out
? t I and Cherburg.:: Dec. 1, contains tha
'T44 plan selected! by the lion vivants: of editor insisted that it was not" Druggists or by;mall. 'I I
S "I took a wvrrerolii on bamboo poles by four Chinamen of Charles T. and T.Yerkes. free
names Mrs by writing Mrs. A. M Tcmnseno
which settled in Boston.
Star. t fw
r IY14 earlier days during a stay Washington
( 4lj' in the bronchial I I and the collin will be one that has seen years secretary of a Woman ',hr ({.

lubes," writes key.I ; service before. -. Columbia; Itontnir. II ian Temperance Union lilt fremcnt
d 1-rank Hay. of Nor- Soorcheil.Cannibal .
'pF r.O't "ur"ht" 1.Our :;"
t }, i4& tr r tontine, Jrfferson Co.. Kansas. After tryin The natives have different: ways of Columbia university is to take the St., Boston. Mass. t'otd 11 i
ij medicines labeled pure Cure. almost withouttiunilxr. burial. tame bodies are put into; the She had l.;'eu shopping, and tie was L'a'l iu introducing assistant coaches Chicf-What was that 1 j Hannah Bros" 21 D. 1'.11""., '
niI' I was led to try IT I'lerce's Gulden naturally di turUnL"I had for dinner?
Ml Medical iHscovt-ry I took two bottles and was ground, while! the larj-'tr majority are her c'o'I"l "rm crews. Edward Hllniantllnks i! --
I -I
4 a ( cured and have dated cured.1'hen I think of placed in niches in the wall of thecemetery. hope you didn't spend much money lit- has too much work to do Cannibal Cook-He was a bicycle
-fE I the great 1 hail b endure and the terrible ', downtown rider
whilo t-nlay. excellency.
Ir pain j .u were your
z1 r cough I had it secin.1 almost a miracle that I .\ !slab cemented into the with both the'arsity and freshmen NOTICE.I .
I rte sus'.o soon relieved That Clod may spare you opening; of tie niche contains a brief lie r mirki"d. crews. and in the future he will take Cannibal Cbief-I thought I detecteda have been aurh.,, ,
Ji
r f many )years and abundantly bless you t> the I :Not a <'. lit excel('t ear fare.on1.: ." burned tas.e.lallniLoal .
f prayer of your grateful friend '' biography of the deeeate9l i charge: of the varsity eight( aud four subscriptions for \VBryan's :
she ii-\veied; ni'""rillly. "I had: e.- : Cook-Yes. your excellency : "Ttu i
If you ask your dealer for "Golden and will give the freshmen over to paper
:r"1J t Medical Disco\'en' because you have I Sonic !OlIl"\huh of r.'islilnll. er.th,'''_ ;.!li-i'-.Mi flu: 'iu.. POM I, slime graduate oarsman. lie was scorching when we caught Tho price i3 $I.OU p-r ..

ii'n its'cures I _. Lim. Those de-miit,
confidence in do not allow --- -- vance.
Man is unqiictiunably a hlsrhly: rational
"' ; yourself to lie SMitched off to a medicine I ; I 0S'e tar'94 i can have it sent to thru .
yI \fit'h'I..l' l Ira''.
= claimed to lie "just as good." but I being.; Still, if Jim travel aul 'l : Uniting 111- Salary. $1.00 to the undersigned

l M ? which you did not ask for and of which observe, from the mouth of the iMnulie Jimmy Michael will return to this "You told rue last week that you H.M: I'Carro

J 1 you know 110thill | to the CoUen; Gate you will l fiord most If You HaveRheumatism : (" 'tiniry n month earlier than be cx-: : would try to raise my salary," said D',

I'' men wearing a coat with a useless collar p .<.ted iuul will be under the management Drifts. -------- -

dizziness rmrUe1 with a useless V shaped :: ..;;jC!;i ...z: >r'J.-J!"' of Floyd McFarlauJ. lie will "Oli, yes! replied his employer. -HICHEST SSEHHYROYAL .
.l..sh and decorated with two useless "Inriu': two iwwerful motor pacing ma- t Nt.
Mt
"Well I did. I raided It after some ;'j
1E i t Soiling; II.ratrilk. buttons at the small of the back! and rin.ies with him and will be preparedto trouble. P.el'eve' Inc I had a very ; (. kLS

, { a thrifty tnulfsmun in the one or two more useless bntti.ns at the meet all comers for the chawpia- hard I time1 raising it this week." 't2).5.. ,

'' nt'i liliorlKMul of the Dublin; tlmk. was, curs. The collar the slash and the ':taiL.: : = ship of the) world. -' ';\I'' Rr.U('III(, nt..r.I. :, It

T S1 tin1 story goes a in'in who never spent buttons are there in answer to no I the great tested and w. --. I Foley's Honey and Tar for cough 7' '--Si "S''.. .t'ngrrnn.,. Nuh.1lf .L ..

t 1 h u 1..1111.1II.rl' than l.e needed) to siiend.tut I r:1tinallll"-. It is not a common climate : UR'CSOL endorsed Caiilornia l and cold; reliable, tried and tested, I / ."" .I.... i ,
PARKER'S .
I Remedy wdwill cure '- "*" l' rll.I ,
{ In was !ni'v-Tl-i-le :,jroml a man nor a common racial<'l'l!! of protection you. It also cures Liver Kidney and V'1 HAIR BALSAM safe and sure. W. A. D'Alencb.rte, ,:0 L.'/' &.u'' :. in.ixi'' *r, II

ct tho making of 11:1 Irish bull as any I against climate] that they represent Ulsddcr, diseases, caused ly an excess: of >.", Clesuwa ml tmutiticf the htlr. 1211 Palafox H:. ,-- ) turn' Mull i bli-h.
,
b r uric acid. It never lulls, and builds I I tromu\a a Iciiuiaul puwth. .. _,, .
up 'I .II s
t 1. t { who liunl between lUntry and ttallyiastle. but a common civilization whose i the health and strergta while using it. sy _- Never Hair to Fails tu to Youthful Ucrtore Co'or.Gray ----- -

fiftg' r form and ritual they mutely! confess.Over Send stamp for boat of wonderful certificates. Cures ain dlloat li nair 'IiDWI/l-l Y. -
> F : Havin one day occasion to semi a this entire area those who aspire Price |1 per bottle. For sale I I IM"'oli
vI I by drureists. If your druggist can not The undersigned takes tlm method tt
I : K'itiT tu a plan: sonic tiistancc! Patrick!: to be of the I'.ralmian caste deck their: supply you it will be sent prepaid upon -- )f otferiiu her services as a 1' I t' fMrijf

i d a called a messenger: ; und asked him his beads for wti'dins. funeral and feast; receipt of price. Address

( price for toiu such a distanc. with black covering', suited ; : )r & !JC first-class licenced midwife, having These tiny C'ap-ui: .n .
f a cylindrical i Uricsol Chemical!! Co., Los aogz1QsCal! I IDES I had :85 years experience.Can .
S' I "It 'ill be sLilliu' aid tin- tR dI to Balsam ,if 4 ,
t t jRI a man. !, so far as we can discern, neither toavert or theDistributing / give best of references from '
/ 1 "TWie" too Much:"' said Patrick. "Let I II i : IUY """ "- [ of t C"bct. and Injei
: t it} the weaimn of the! adversary or I lee = D leading physicians this city. @Yil

#, :L h it lot si\icnce.| the d.irtt the rain nor to provide a i L. I N BrnnF.wi[ & CO't New rrlran: l I,? ITS &A f C tesses. fstf d eJ .;rf MRS. M. OlDDE c;, Tlt'y'ufl'in48iJ, 't

c'p t ":\i\\', 1'." ans-wered the mcssenprer."The seat whereon man may sit and rest I Agents. jut 114 South DeVilliers Ht. as ,r 1'41'1._ to. .

.j t t way I is that lonely that I'd ll \'nr l.in;-l'lt.11" as fur the women con- f!I ,3 ao. N '" t, I'll '. TCI
I 9 ? JCKWP
'fry the Want Column.
go it under a sliillin' tallied within this! same area we behold I

&, k i "IxiiH-ly. I is it?" said Patrick scratch- that the amplitude of the :slee\e.: the I nLrVJ! : 5t KI f.EY ?? E JMCcnt.'Jw

+ g in;? h.s:; he;.d. "PaUli. an' yo're right: disposition of the belt and 1 the outline etafU2! :

r I" Now. man I'll tell ye what we'll do; of the skirt all obey the rise and fall HnlnMA I S G H n'I MICKEStCO.Plomber .

v ; t cur t make it Ioixl"'U"Iau' I'll go wit ye to i.f one resistless I tide which neither
a Q? txftr u'@tL :
ft kaj>c> yo ('''ilpanr: moo nor seasons l'ontru1.-gl'lIjauliu I monzy

LR I' 441, i UeYlictler! in Atlantic. i -ATDannheisseF- renu'l'J ftCCin:3d! by teaaint !- Gas and Steam fitter

it.4 Cnrrii Mel: nix Mitrli.Curran. I I t.k
I i : prdly;ik!:rs *s fs" ,

1 L the famous Irish! advocate I The Ortnfnty lIt Tnte. Bros.i f.t;: bii !1d 5!::ezc t: .:h6frJC !
was a tui"ir oi rejciitec.: but he did: The Mohan.Ui"ii; have a fable No. 5 SGuth Palafor: Street.

,$ not always scum, though lie enjoyed which they repeat: to i'.lus-trate: the c 'rtainty i 3td'4ILft"
.
s r iiu eiicimnt'T' nuiie the le's If he was I of fate. The Philadelphia Time> i i 'V. A. n'" T.F.'r U- R'i'ri i Ail K\h ')t Plumbing! ; and Gas Fitting Materials Kt .'
i
Jfi.r fairly liciiten. One day. in a gay moot l, quotes it its having ,,,'l.tI told l>y Mr.Robert i I Importers and Dealers In j :ITi'4R(1N1 R2IS "- pawM,1Mr1 "''.

; Le stopiitd: and rhattnlith a certain 't'il'hl'atcIlllon.H
I Irr. the ( !>t. (1.I-J\V NOT 1C KM. -

I Father 'I.i-.ry.. ".\11. father" said A sultan was once asked by his fa i Wines Liqucrs Cordials and I ...... \ '
- -- !
I0l'
i r y t tina: \!v( ": waiting; for an oiicnin;? vo.'ite. the grand vixier, for p"rinission !NKIl'U KK the captain. owner :k ROYAL t STANDJ.HD 11% ;

e "h ,w I n iIi when 1 die j that you had I to (leave at once fur Smyrna, althougha :i .<. Cigars. .< "f' nor con.'l nbf. of the Kvtiil l
bark .I"dRn111 IIP
ffsponMble -
,
j' ; :, the key to li.m>iiVliyV" !" I brilliant court fete was then in prog : '. :.,.v for atbu contractedby .

: r r "\ sapid: ; I the priest for. he guess I ress. 1'iion being asked his reason for -..r... r ... .. I II the crew of said vessel SEL.\ JIEIt.' ;;.h... 8 Years; Cld, IB!I Casss cf 4 Full (quarts, af! $3,20 per :::

q fd a tnp was laid. such haste the xizi.T plied' : Aent: ;;: for the_ Ju-tly Celebrated \Vitticli A: <'o., t lI1'taln. ,:

i' "'R en" us* J oii C sold let me in." Cee.ins I just saw the angel I of I and K liable- raiiJ of 1.S.- Harp* rand ('on'l np". V'an I Isl ): WHISKEVNdMiINd ;at tl"", N- I.. '11..

r< I / ".\h. said Tathcr Leary. "it would di-iith yonder in the crowd. He lookedat : Other! Pure JJrands of \Y.i.ku', : .. NKITHKK: the cnptnin. ( w'ofS ': T1HS.. Di-tillery: and j ifully tl':, itiidl ,In w

!, 1* better for yu if 1 had the key of me ;so earnestly that I know he has ,( tlt1 Pry nor ron'ieiife: of r b l >uore'bottling.| l"t IS afo-ollltely I U1'. Mild ii"1 <
5 anti \'lctOI'l.alB: ... I ''
t 'l r I a : ... Nor 1" \'uJuud1'1 !
the other place for then 1 conM lot for I i bh him ;;_:' ) ..f tln"ii
come me. 1\ to escape : ." I II "- JII resnonsil.ltfnr debt, .- uelli: '11'1 quality by any \Vhiky '
t.r 4 jou out." "Uo! Io at once!" said the sultan tractcd by the crew of said vetsnlG. i :.:atter where produced. The Royal Sta

I who then becktned to the angel: and I Everything; :for your Bullet "...orCampingiOutBt"Tcan i Plajlo.t < n., A. rKTM.SI-a+1111111':. u I'.;:'ht years old when bottled and eon'l

1 The none.SiAI ar-ed! why the latter had looked sa I b--irLCurtd; : l'on"p", !,nut xiflVnt quality is the cheapest wlq.'

Old as the history cf the world itself! earnestly at the vUier. I I Hu irket at that price. Aa beverage.all ; .

' Atiij Is thatf the queen! uf tlowirs. The "I was wondering." replied the angel i! from U4. th .ilutely[ pure stimulant, there i- uoistiiiii '
ii! i4 T' :d in cases, containing no mark'. .
;a t ancient .ricks\ told Romans reveled of he I -
here for I liaveorders
.1I'lth.hwhy was
a m f ro; inpfh'P to kill him in Smnyrmt"Xel.on's Trade Specialty. :, the whi-key, i ii not patirfied with tin! 'I,
feasts. In the tiu.e: of the republic thojvHiplo I Jug a j 3
.1 e. ..z.C can: r."ui'n the tame at our expcn- >
had their runs of falerutan wine { *. i. .
Only Pefcnt.Xeljon Lx'fIn"'omJEI e SOLICITED :' will! be refunded.
; 4 ( tiwiininiir with blooms, and the Spartan like all the greatest com- -.- Union Depot Store. All) orders should be aCComl'alllf.rj aEIGIITYEA1$01.0 i
1, 4 ; soldiers the battle of Cirrha and Promptly :.Shipped.Main '
: : cnrr I.mce money order, Ld:: t
i.cy. I'IJ"
maiulers on sea or land: made his mistakes I
.
w i refused to drink UII,' wine that was not I niiiiiey order. \Ve refer .
"rf' to !II.
i s and his failures! but there is only Fresh Eggs Chickens TurkeysEtc.
'r, IMTfnme.1 with I'(roses While at the repitta TAN'DAR rink >>T any! merchant in Peii-acolu.!
H one instance: on recorJ of his having; j House-101 8. 1'alafox street. AL
t'i' rlri of P.ui the whole surface of the Received Daily.
',( been netually defeatiil\ in a direct: at I R. 11.: Exchaufje-Opp. Union Del ot. ,
Lucrine
Iilkt'11" strewn with flowers.Suspicious. .
tack. This oecurrfd at Santa Cruz, inll. I i, S. A. FRIEDMAN
b? -.- I P. O. Box 1>1. Peusacola, Fl s. Fn.it-, Vegetable; and Nut of All
.a t; ( Canary; 1 islands; on July 21 I. 171)7. Descriplion. I I

': ,. "I'm afraid my !in; U
r : \ i
ISL' 'c me any more" >.lid the bride of six: awlI'm: in the face uf a tire of fifty I, -_-- --- ..___- _- __- --- Choice Plant Oysters Always nn Hand

months with an overcrow si:.h.Vh j and Opened Day or Night. "I
i'1 cniis from the battt-riis, attempted to P O flex 1114. TF.I.KIMii' -
"\ n did! :ou d.n-o\: .'r the hange?" storm the town by Ixvats. The attempt OPERA-HOUSE- Qi'ifK MKAIS AT ALL Hot'in.. / HISKE J

r ; 1 r.skoil her nn'tlier"AVIun was frustrated by the strength t of the PRICES REASONABLE.HARD. .nna.mu"rn..w+ -- ---
t ..__ _.. ... ... .__. oJ 5.A rntcnMAtl
i l.1 I (i-i: i\eivd that he had quit yule and the noiiapiu-araiice' of a laud I "" -- .r ,. ...u........ 1.1 handle slag* of Luc.r ".
every
: !
'!P 1 r .l.1{ 1":1"I. ;: an ehanp! ':1 hM jux-kets," nuthe ( force which should; have CH''ratt'l1. I, ___'_" OXI\\IIli. : .4 ;:" bilk !> bottle wholesale or retell t tway
tiled\ Mini- l.ulsadly.; .V hundred and tift.IUt'n. were killed: down.
i ire
s ?t :E ist !: COMMENCING; : : .WB
| 'inJ a li'indr.'d wounded on the Drui'ii i! Dec.1 S !
AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BfAj
\10S1"\Y::
G side! his rilt ** : ,
od Diges'ion and :Nelson lust arm.

t d f t t o STET is I'ss'iitial to Two II:!::.; were also cartjred. a.1: I Ithev i' Except Friday, Dec. 5th.
I
I lifiiltli. A
y f !, # K: CELEBRATED umrul tun nit are still kept in the cathedral! of i TIME TABLE.

>y : f' t Ts lore m.alr Santa ('ru I
r ]
't. t :w t ft, will insure per- Sisters' I .
cliui'stion liv I ; Payton I I LOUISVILLE: AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN
stimuli the .
; 'J 11.. Scotch Suaili*. : KKKKfJT: lKi lIaR I. IkU
.Tfttl" ll( f llHftonmcn. I _
:i4 It mil As an instance the observance; of I ;,co.< -
r ulsoeuri' the Saliltatn in Scotland, an Catfish: I II Um' rloans and MoMlo.L .
x I 'o'I'poRTIS": a .
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Dyspepsia paper tells of a p istmaii liavinir a route ---- -- -

'. l Headaoheq between Stirling; :and r.L-iinIruniu 1 .&. .0.4. So.i.: ::1 :No 8 N'
isM gto Misses Cornelia. Lucy and Vina 1:15 A 1lftm: U/fi p rfO&'f8._. 1. nl" 0IA..Arrln 5ts a : ,
CODstipation. TIe was olisr>ed to ride a bicycle user i 11.0 a 27p l 1:02 a L iavx __. } Inmaton .._. brave ::" a .I
.is: sis mil--;) :* on \\'....!;days and to walk I AL L1VAYSBRICK\\ ON HIND 11:00 a ed n I 2;M Ii l-ave ....... M'.biie ......_ Leave 12-0 n't i I' ,
Biliousness he 'amedistanceon $! : and when ....Payton.... -== H:Sp_ 7:11I" Leave ...'iew.. __Orleans I..nave_*: p :

q ? STOMA .H and asked why! he replied' : that he was G-R1G VAUDEVILLE ACTri-C; North. .

31 5 MalariaPever I' ::ot allowed to use the machine on Sun- I

and Ague Jay. .\n iavesti nt'on followed and INCLUDING BABY JOSEPHINE. .HALF. No.2. Vo. e. 1 .'
;: II ..... ff pm'
ll.-0.pm: ISIS: p m LeavM .,
Tti .
I the 6:57 Arrive.. m
Et pistm.in's explanatlo proved to :I Sam p m
i iv f t. t -- Utah. 1l'N a m law p in .\rrlve_ .; : ; a m 1
r.ooi"N'O.
I I !Itl' forfeit.__ __ __ To-Night, 7J5pm7JO 8.:!ltI" m Arrivx..._. s "f!
-TO- zfl a IQ .:Ijt: ; m Arrive... : pm'
TAPEMul The Port Tnr..
y Office P.oy-1 told dat poet wot called PIucE.-IU,2iand3.cens. 7rM en m 1:;" e_m: .._'i Arrive._ _:!Ht_ ._--.. : pm'

(, ( i WORMSUA. ,I.t"I'U. wr.z: out of town. --- : ONE MILLION FEN'.ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. _

Ecitur-Coed; ; : \Vltat did he say I t Friday, Dec. 5.=-{f-fI' I No, 11-lhly N0. 8-Vally I No !too 'Ilht'r..llm not IboWD No. t-hmiy No a :
Oil'uv;: Roy -IIi- said be thought he I

,t aa. 'ty d least: came tape: on worm the scene rluhtoeu: after n.y feet told long.e two at noticed! an improvement( in de l'altr.-! SPECIAL RE1 {'nx I Uii 1lti: p m 7:00 7:13"a m 'Leave.I .. ............Yeneaculr.Arrive 8ohemla ___.. .. 14sT 1)5c/ "DI '. r.J r I 1 D
night :
I i bad CASCAKCTS.health for the This am sure bas caused my New York Journal. I' ENGAGEMENTHOWARD: : 1:111" 7:11\ ....... Ynie"tra..._. 10le" "
l % 1S taking Ci.sca.fts. the past three yours. 1 am It ill ; Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. lea: 71'1 It _.......1.se.rnbla.: .._ 10:82" 5 "
: only cathartic worthy of .. ... Nutat ._._ IOS" ifll'.t
2 t notice lj bcLn-lc ] I 1:!':! 7:5" ,
C : a -opc .. .. .Harp 10:21" ;
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2 GEO w BO\\'LES, BairJ. Miss.Plrtsant. I nrertnto.'lie's I KYLE : 7:7 .. .-
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It.-AI'' 7.11":: ..... .GI\ltCIt1. 10:15"
n ..
t ; 1 CANDY "Y's. .(lint now he was saying that I and hi-" same *.in Company : IO! a m : .. 'I _.....Good P.ani8 ".. r'. '
urpli ? DE5: 4 :
I It ...... .HIIII. __
# If ATI4AR'Lib' i not/! ; ::: was certain in this world buttht presenttngClyde; Fitch's! Ackuowl- %165";; !O.. e5tn It ......M MI1IIt"D __ :20" 4 is

: ( > imcertai'-.ty of thin::... and youeoK'itn't edzed )Ia;;:HpieCf.Nathan, i 2:3": h 1.'j" ......_.Crnt'flew_ ilI II t
.
I'IJ" a.6 .. .......IJ e"r Iand 8M" : .4.
bank): on that. -Detroit Free"Joir. 123" ilO"; ...... No'ay Head 8.0 j .
I'r"ss : ( Dai1 t MM" : ,
Hale Capacity 50,000 eU6" P5" .DeFanlakypringa" ..
YRADf4ul/1a Ql.f11REDffFP1 I eI'I" 5:44.Argyle.: "_ 7:44: ;
=
"r ( ,:t In..tlflnht., :'JO" 10:10' ..WlluvUe '__ 7:17" 1'
<:nn writes: that 1 ties: just killed! I A Thrillia:? Romaucf of the Rero 6 VI; N 10:1 __ Caryville._ 711 I 0 Te
__.._ 11-5" I :
_
t 5.33 11):88' lIonU.y.
Palnaaie., TiHcnt. Taste Good Po I the hen in his new novt'\1." Union frantht with Humor, 'I" 10:4i It __ lblple1 "._ ell1" I. 4 ,
a Gyndeverrrcacn.eaken.orGripe lOr :Zjc.Sae. -Well he needn't worry over that; Pdlho=. ntiniput and i fv1efdiHan} Brick Go. fI'Io II 1:117" _......Cottondsle.__ 6:19 1. '.?'
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... will : Patrioti-m. 7x41 115" _._.4artanna. .:"I" I: !
him!r Atlanta
1' ony jury acquit .. 114 a
; 5:11"
P cgs e.I' Sn 7Sa" 11:45" _
S "tamN.Way.nwr.aw"d. tcrk. 913 Cypresa.
'I Correct Costumes and Detail I .. .,
L: 1' r e i Constitution. I 7tI U.1": _...Grlnd Ridge.- 5:81!
-- -- Iftili I .. ..... ... _. ..._ 5:.1" !
AO"1 'BACF0ldaed rnnrn-tivdr''? ail dreg- Seats : Pine Barren ffA" neon )neM' ..
on Salettdneeday.
r 't lE Vobacco llabiu I Try THE NEWS Wan colutna.! Fa.! I 8:15" 1tl: .o\rrtve_ Rlve- 1nctlon _LeiTe 5:1":



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. DECEMBER 11902.

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} !KNOXVIUF( TEfM, I II MISS IDA M. SNYDER I Classified Advertisements\ ',; : .'

wife while bride c JI
Jim Dumps'roung yet a 0 I '.

Some biscuits made with greatest pride. I HAS SiuOiOOfl} FIPiEEcss Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club.ENSTRUAL I 1 --- i" 1 J I

Jim looked with fear upon the food, '

r _-?_ But to a bride one can't be rude. I I would ONE CENT A WORD. t j' i'I I
I irregularities to their health we \
r f Let's eat Force' first, dear, 'tis is .... r ;
my have wives, -- :
are generally met: happy
x 11J whim. I & Co's Harbb\ Building [ the lejruinin; mothers: and daughters;: and MOIV13VMONEY TO LtNI). ', I I

1 It saved the life of "Sunny Jim." : of a woman's trots-r if they would use more intelligence :1' t
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.! Partially: Destroyed. bles.! With the vitality! at a in the matter of medicines ; : r.

low ebb, the Llqod weakened obserrbg results, they TO LEND on improved ,

f "FORCE" LARCE WHOLESALE CROCEno. the digestion disordered i- would find that the doctors' rpal estate, in larire or small j I
I i she goes/ abort pale- prescriptions do not perform minuet at low rate of interest. i J j

faced, hollow-eyed and haggard the many cures they are given Call on LPQ1iAo! Brook, attorney 'j'
The liualy-. -Serve CtwJ Fire Originated on Top Flocr and i i a piteous contrast to credit for. i at hw, 204; S. Palafox St., Fisher .i

Burned Downward Came Firm Was ] the blooming i health of h {rte "In consulting with my | buildin:, 3mlm' : 'I J

when in doubt, i' her former soli. But over v.iiisav.Snydrri druggist advised McElree's: i! i, '
Totally Burned Out In t'is Big: Million 1,090,000womenhavefound Wine of Cardui and Thedford's "

eat it Dollar Fre in 1C97. health again by taking Wine of Cardui. Black-Draught, and so I took it i MONEY TO-DAY- you heed ,,I Ii

As a regulator of the menstrual periods and have every reason to thank him for i money? You can borrow any ,' 9 I' I

Knoxville! T cD., Nov 29.-Fire this Wine of Cardui has never been known a new life opened up to me with restoredto amount and you want today on easiest\ :r I I' 1
seldom failed to restore health took three months to I terms lowest rates anywhere
: fail. It has and it only :
morning the large
crisp flakes of wheat and m< partially destroyed obtainable, on improved city real
Sent, perfect health, even in the most persistent cure me. i
stock and handsome Tennessee marble I of weakness. I fstatpfromVm.. Fisher, :204'g 8. r ,
and aggravated case relief 1
You secure the same as !
may
business house of II. L. ROES & I Palafox Street In-tf
: Miss Ida M. Snyder of No. 535 Ber- Miss Snyder,if you take Wine Cardui I

Jims" Co.. wholesale grocers. The l loss is gets Street, Brooklyn? N. Y., has: used as she took it. Thedford's Black- _________ --- i
All "Sunny 1
now. estimated at from $ : Wine of Cardui and she it helped of i
(n our household Force' is as familiar and i.OOQ to $1UIIIJ. says Draught ia the companion medicine IF YOU want to borrow money invest ii?1.
v as 'au&ny Jim,' and that's saying: afar .4.1 It believed\ to be covered by inur- her into a new life. Health to Miss Wine of Cardui and it ia a liver and i I money insure your property, 1i \ I IOct.

". we ue all 'Sunny uns" now. ance Snyder is worth a great deal.: She ia bowel regulator which assists greatlyan procure abstract of title! buy or : !

1 "It 1.. 8TOo,41 *" This firm was totally burned out n I i an lectual attractive attainments young woman and she with occupies intel effecting; a cure. If you take these i tell real estate, rent property of ; !

1 I the big million and a half dollar fir,> : the position of Treasurer of the Brookmedicines according to directions, the I any description, have rents col'I' I

': here in 1&97. It at once rebuilt ita lyn East End Art Club. This position relief and cure is simple. Some cases lpct>d or your taxes attended to, I I
cured quickly and others take longer pall on or address Tho. C. Watson 'i ,
business house on the same site. The marks her as a person cf intellect, culture are I
I and refinement and it speaks kfchV!: because the disease has run lon er. & Co, Real Estate and Insurance; I i
new building was one of the nan'!1- Arnits. PenMC.la. Fla. Charges:
\ of the and trust her follow Remember how Miss Snyder took Wine ,
i !on........ The TrRu'I"i1IIud.. somest in the business center of the respect writes tii .der-.te. To everyone who buys I II
women have in her. She : of Cardui and has health. The same I "
"' 'aid the visiting: ; Who dews not love a tranquil heart, aslvcct il 'i lot from u" wf will lend money :
city.The "If woulJ more attention medicines are offered you to-day. i
women pay build house. Sd-tf "
with which to a
1:11 infirmary to a teinpomU bjlauewl: life? It docs fire originated in the top fiunr
--- -- -- -- i
,
..u feel this luorn- not matter whether it rams or shinesof I and burned downward. The firemen ---- ;, ''

what misfortunes (v.me to those pos I confined! the bhze to the on' 'NINE f CAD DVI A million have found suffering relief women in I 1ludt'rgstrlest -rhool. I \

was tile ri-ply. I truing tlii'M.- blessings, for they are always i Mii'i.ins: ;. ,:spite; the fact that lar;', 0 Wine of Cardui. I i -- ....... -'" : :

: !L ipe you like the swwt, serene and <>lm. I r-aa.ni-is houses are adjoining: : Ij j i KINDERGARTEN School will be : i'';

That (cximihite iKiIso'cf. character I ------ i I opened at 35: D ,*\Vruht street : 'I'!

".. sorr!" said therats : which we call serenity is the last lessonof FIRE CLAIM3 HALF MILLION. I 1 by Mi-s Margaret Mnclay.SOstf !
In \xplinlc.
I'lorv
II: Mules I
thin;;; wrong i culture; it is the flowering of life, I i A Srruple'System.TenehtrIn '
is I I the fruitage of the seal. |I what car was the bat- Ii IiI In the India: Viriiiorj! wluiv nil I
.1 i, ami that ; Eusiness Porticn of Normal, Ont., Is I ---- n - ===a i
i I ,f thi'1ll't' dune th.iturv u- vcr
tie Waterloo CouJitV sorts ( :
ud fwd It is as precious as wisdom, more ,
i i I. .itas v aflu Swept Away. } 'u,' oo'uhurHt"Jlt. .
I I luvrd i.f I'lM-wIn! '. they nw plowing
.|I I'upil-l uun't kllu'ldlt'rlt' \\.
to be desired than gold jea, than even Rat Portage, Ont.. Nov. :29.! -Practically Star, I-
simple enough if 1 asjilnilt: says thr Kansas City
,1.i ::? jour apin-tite line gold. How contemptible mere the entire business: 'portion of I! youonly Mutbii vl Comanche, FOR BALE or Rent -A country is

.Im-tor. "Then I'll money wealth looks in comparison the village of Normal, near here, ws i woultIl'al'u how to cultivate artificial -, LightLvn; milts PK strapping home: 2V; miles from city, one mile I \ ,!
to you" with a serene life-a life which dwells tiivniory. UcuKiiibi' the twelve in the Chickasaw t-ouutry. from car line, adjourning Mrs i iBoars' I' ;
M nt up wiped fire which: in theExecutive
by started
out
I i." rcjoiwd the paw In the ocean: of truth, beneath the I lumber I ai>o>tos.! Add half that number to : :'I1isoml mimics are hit ht'l to a property on Bayou Texar, ;j 1 i
yards there yester then That's eighteen. :Multiply that : big breaking plow every day and long where plenty of fish are caught.
the reach of .
kind to tell waves, beyond tempests, '
!" > as
'ii M
day. The total loss is
in the eternal calm! estimated! at by 100. That's I.NKJ. Take the twelve furrows of asphalt' are turned. It is the For furthpr particulars applv at : I

". tune to bind uie up half a million dollars wita an Insur- aIMstlt's naiu.tltl: a quarter of their same kind of a plow the farmers use 4C2 West Belmont street. Slolm I
How know who
many people we
if- ance of about one-third. who break ground In the Mack jack I
number to thi'in. That's uftieu. Add
i I sour their lives, who ruin nil that is
iI I The principal sufferers from the fire what you'\e got That's l.hlo.; That'sthe country, and the asphalt is the kind got l-"or Itcnh '
I'rt' ilege b( 1'oMium.. sweet and beautiful by explosive tempers lumber island of Trinidad.The __ f tl (
and mills. the :
are companies saw date. Quite simple, you we, to re- by blasting; on -------------------------- --- S,1
arroti-d for steal- who destroy their poise of character -
,1 member dates if you will only adoptmy mules are plowing ill the center of C. K. of A. ball for rent or dances,
11..11I. u white mail bald l>y bad blood! In fact it is n ques
OHIO EVENT OBSERVED. system.i a deposit oiip-tliird larger than the asphalt etc. Apply to Wm. Bltlmer. Tboa.
tion whether the great majority of peo- deposits ou Trinidad. Wells lI:1'eIoI''n Johnson cf Dan Murphy. 28olm

stealin'; 'tall, yo' ple do not ruin their lives and mar
i a mi I
Centennial Anniversary Assemblingof dug to the depth of 100 f(<{'t. Strata -
.
|, .-sum vuz raise fcr their happiness by lack of self control. I Making Sure.This of varying thickni-ss.es SMALL store and dwelling corner 1
Framers' First Constitution. I of asphalt
i ill- mule wuz. Let How few people we meet in life who j hunting: story fumes from Scot- encountered to whatever Coyle and A streets, Wp t Hill; to- 1
Chilhcothe O., Nov. 29.-Today this laud Whim the bt-aUrs out of have been
well balanced who have that : came ether W. A. Du- i
,,' lr turkey en leave arc exquisite I sunk. The or separate.
been
is what Iturkey poise which is characteristic of city, the original capital: of the northwest the oovcit, one of tee guns said to the depth' the wells have boison.
uigjjtr inexhaustible. ;
the fiuiahed character-Success.! territory which formed the statesof J keeper, "Have you got all your bt'at l"slout' supply i is appnri-ntly ln'fomi.convinced 2linlm"i I i

Ohio, Indiana, Illinois! Michigan | ?" Moil of nie.iiis l.a\e 1IA.I11 (.UrIi 4. I
pMw. "the negro of tlullais to be made .
millions:
and Wisconsin celebrated! one of the "Ati11 aid the man a&toui&ki'd.: then.irt- .,, j ; I
? Taking Chance.He -- -- --------
too a line
either : to make it or
i most important events in the historyj I ".\I'C you sure? have you counted and are ;wing j !
.',, was tbe quicktoo looked happy enough as he fortune in tIp'it MRS. SARAH P.EIRNE-Manufac- !
j of the ftate uf Ohio, the first of the them t""Counted a t'pcrimtnL
r
hu.-At. walked up to the ostoilice box set a ---- turer and dealer in Hair Goods,
huge bundle ou the Coor and began | stairs: to ei.ter statehood. The event them?" said the kt'lICr. Hats. Toilet Article Hair Oil .

taking pretty square envelopes there :anniversary : ".\ 't', they're all right.; CURES WEAK MEN FREE.lucucs etc., 320 West Government street I It.lgout's

| "Then," said the shooter, with a igh ___ n _
1 i.I ., .. 1' from, dropping them by twos antI
!! tion which framed, the first constitution of borne relief, "I have hot a roc. ..
Isi..u; {r cut threes into the Iws."Dig .
lio\e and a Happy Home I \VuntM
.
I _.. _
of the state of Ohio. n M
tau be re- I lot of letters, remarked thepoliceman. for All '
I The tablet! was presented to the Tlii- SiiitUnK Snnke.A EDUCATED young man wantedto :
"Nice too.
: applicationhtllebure. day himself
i How any man may quickly cure I !
I .in
; "Letters! said the happy man. "My city and county by Robert W. Mau snake found in Afrka is called the afierBrs Miffenns: from bfj.ial fuk- represent this district New II1
; snake the Boirs. It i id betvct'ii ness, lovt \'lIaIIlY. nlKlit lo t"'IHlcOt.I". York Publishing Honp. I\hleand f 1
of Edward Tif spilt:;; by :
ley a great grandson
clear fellow these not letters.
'
.J puttdi'r up are etc, and enlarge ftn.ill weak organs to (mlbi.H convincing; talker. Good refer .
; Iraviug it They are wedding invit.ftions." fin the first governor of Ohio. I two and throe feet lung; and i is and visor Simply p, nd jour nanix ence requirpd. Liberal rpmuneraI f ,
and n.l'1rt-hs to Dr. Knupp Midical Co., Ir.M 1
and actilea ;I attacking
..: the di& A stern look came over the face of I It was accepted by Wallace D. especially bold ) Hull liuiIJin;. Dtxroil. Mieb. and they tion. Apoly, given\ referent 1 1 'I 1

". ,o svvillrinUlc- the hitherto friendly iiol.rrman. : Yapl". mayor of thA city! and: was an- : every one who ni>i'ro.itht's it. will gladly sml free r... nipt with fun (It 1''''- Stein' & Lindsay, I Broadway l

-,: I "My friend," he said, "I am sorry to, veil'-d:\ by Lffio Scott a grand dansa-I, In cciiliiHim-ut it is:: very feavufjo, opening 6flfut tinns t.0 honiH.tint any Thil0'eertainlyit man may"B"II\ cure most bim-K"nTOUI York City. I I q i iWATED. '

," j h "".'i j water disturb you, but I must do my duty. ter cf Cove-cor: William Allen! and a ; i.s mouth and reeling its fau :i. otter,and I he ("llow ins ext racts taken '
I! the : be olttnobsenid from titeirdtfly mall show what men thir.k
from which poisou'
I may
Come with me. great granddaughter of Governor Duncan t of their grnero.Iiy. jWAXTEDAll
"Arrested?" Mr-Arthur. to drop aii.l even sometimes I "L'eur Sirs-1'leasp accept my sincere'
to be forcibly ejectedhtucy the ttrinkt for yours of recent date. I have kjd r :
HE COULD HARDLY GET U?. I "Yt-s." In the afternoon in :Memorial hail ; Hiven yonr treatment a thorough; test and' empty beer !

.J J "011 what charge, sir? This is an the celebration: was continued by in Uuine given it by the I:eTs. I tbe bfiH'IH has been pxtraonlmiiry. It has ', bottles. H. A. Friedman. ti9-tf ,
r.WlMHi! writes: I completely braced nif up. 1 am just as "
outrage.: introductory\ Hen. William T. Me. I vigorous when a boy and you cannot I r
"' .\' : at I have taken I bout C01.000 trees are annually realisthots' WANTED sick I
"Not at all You are advertising a Clintick. one of the oldest residents happy I am. -Organizers ; we pay : ,4
: i j '' school children I "Hear I'.r.-\our method worked beauti accident, death and old benefits
i'- Kidney Cure the planted lIy Swedish under age Ii
lottery through post" of the city. His address was full of fully. Results were exactly what i needed.
I i'. than the gii'acc of their tearhtra.How's : and have completely returned ; top renewal con tracts. American (- ;4
Strength
::1' more any The man went along.-Kansas Citr11Jdt'l''IIJ reminiscences of the : vigor
delightful eiyand
I and enlargement is entirely tatialaclory. Fraternity, Washington, D j
tried many ad- 'I.t. its pioneeis. Hen. Daniel J HUM: ." C. 250-oawtf: ; 1 1lOI.En
i "Hear to'ln-Yours was received and had i
ut acne of them 1
I the "Original Constitution We otter One Hunclrc-d Dollar rn-
Ryan spoke en
.. no troublein making ue of the receipt as
: .
dru i-t
t.
My .
I Tinllnlilile Krpntatlou. l and Its Effect on Ohio His :, ward for any cae of Catarrh that directed and can truthfully bay It Is a boon Barber College, New Or-

tile.'y's Kidney Cure TLe Gon'ruor-Cvluuel, doff you i tory." cannot be cured L-y Hall's Catarrh towe.ik men. I, am greatly" improved in leans, La., wants men to learn I!S
I Uefoie c<>mJ size.strength and Igor. '
I such all'1 know Jut:;gc lilaukV: Shake bands with I Hon. John Albert Tiffin Hull th" Cure. All correspondence is strictly! confident barber trade. Steady\ practice, expert If'
was in
him. F. J. CHENEY, & ('n", Toledo 0. tml. mailed in plain, sealed envelope 'I'ha instructions tools presented, ; ,!
hardly get up Iowa ocn resman. born In Ohio and \Ve, the underpinned, have known receipt Is free fur the akin and they wan wajresKaturdavs, board provided t''
," \V. A. D'Altm- 'l'h.JIOI1<' -Ah, you are Judge man to have it. ;
I every
lineal: descendant of Governor R.1!
.foxit.. I I;auk of ISlaukviUe? a ,i F. J. Cheney, for the last 15 years, Beautifully illustrated catalogueand ;: ,
i : ward TI" n. also delivered) an addrr*, j and believe him perfectly honorablein particulars mailed free. '
-- The I'.Uukville is Gunther's Candies at
Judfcoes; my Try
all blBinptranactionil, and
of Alcoliol. The occasion hin-j;fct together rnanvclesrcn'Iants 'I

it Is said, Louie. : of F'ic;; court- pioirviRa : !' financially able to carry out any obi I Solomon's.
'atilt 1 liquors The Colonel-Of course I know you I i ligatioi. made by their firm. __ WANTED good man to j go to :'
rum the inuocHlt loult.ul.Mj .- well n* I:" ri'3+s of members i South Africa to run a saw bench
by r. lUiaii-iii then. WES1' & Tp.I'Ax I
I : ,
from the milk cC of (ho fi-'t OYo: crmtitutlonal! convention I! NOTICE. and who is able to look after a 1 'J
The Wholesale O.
Ct\'PI'utlr--Colon'I, don't j'oui PrufrgM Toledo
moulder and to take of knives t
";r file Japanese wake a i II 1VALpiNet, KI.NXAX & )MAKVIN care
knowit always makes lUll feel mightytlncumfurtnble I :
ami from the We desire to notify the public that and saws Apply to C. W. Hagpr- .
plums Wholesale Toledo O.Hall's .
when a man says thati ------- -- Irtijju'i, the Gulf City Tran-fer Co. i is; Hill in man, Thei-en Building n5tf I :,1 i
I uut bl'f\\ort and the Catarrah Cure i is taken internally i
i i about i.ie-that Le knows I ,
me Ly repu- business, and there i< no truth what
:,01.. -.c prinluce several 1 Ii acting directly upon the I f I
tJtion? PROFESSIONAL CARDS. in the circulated by our I
i ever report '
'I i blood and mucous surfaces of the : WANTED-JJOO:! gentlemen to join I
from pee and
'ii.t' peas .
Tl.e Colonel-How is that ? ----- competitors that we had dicoutinued. i
governorVUy --- the Pensacola Club 9
Pressing ;
Price Toe. bottle. Hold ,
,,
system. I
,. per
besides which
\.i: ains; Mr. J. U. Yniestra:; has been I
\ should it luako you foci uncomfortable all drn ists. Testimonial free.Hall's Houth Palafox Clothes: cleaned
W. C. ROWE M. D. by !! j j
I" .in: alcoholic drink from'une ? Family Pills are the best employed a3 manager and will hereafter I and pressed, called for and delivered J

The cu\"t'rnor-n'ntlst', I by jingo, I j j i Oiriee: 17>i S. 1'aUtox. -,- - ,- personally superintend ail for f SI per month. 18nlmi f fl1AlJ:11:1.1' "
CJliTt'73EZ.I11.: business for this firm. All persuq I f ; ;\;
always vuudtr which reputation he :i Hours from 8 to V:30 a. m. and I to S p. a j
should him at
Ol.l Thin;: I lee, the i'9 KI d Yel HJI9 lions, Eriti I having hauling ace '
i
I t'.d'' ,von call on that pretty Uln weans. and after o'clock once (i. C. T. Co., ....: : _WA1'I'1 u. ; i ,

I j ..: : 'ntnral Inference..lL'gs Phone CD.I I i 1'more # Phone 412. E. S. CRAVENS.ITnlm THREE young men from Pensacola (t. j 1 ;
-4-.k/4 -
!f' \-s, but 1 guess tin re was ; m : -There ;goes a man who hastit j i I 1--I -0- -- I ,. I I[ and vicinity at once to prepare for : ;'

,,T t. Mow there ahead: of me orc 1'1'01"11 to1\ !* wife for three jrars. i i -- Positions in the Government Ser ,
t

lli.w do you mean? ba-.e i numed an endless! talker.- i 4\-- m !I lust., Cedar Rapid, la. n24-2m I i ij

'c-M.v: card .ime Lack with thee Chicago News.uNCKK i -t: I "

II ,- : "Iu-\ I'lcase call aain.-; -- 1, ,j I FOIL MALE. I., !I'

Iphia l'res, : cruni: in HI.OOIIIUIJl1; : c / ai I __ I' '

1 ..1 1 : FOR HALE-The Union Depot Res- ; # I ,

sport bnerman Heady to Sail. All skin and Hlmnl Piaos ("Ufl'll.1 Alligator taurant. Big bargain ; enjoying I. i
. Francisco, Xoi i3.: -On :Mon- UNION -* < q t I
Mr. M. I.. Adams, Fredoniu ., good patronage. Owner has other 'II I
transport t Silt rman. Captain ; business and cannot manaa-e it. 1 ri
took Botanic hlood Balm, which ef- ,
'\ ill sail for Gaum anj :Manila .< DEPOT rj Enquire, in restaurant, of G. B. ; t t.IcOiIL I
ecftually cured an eating cancer of '
wiL" .
shout -00 passengers and! I Saloon !

?,supplies! some of whiea: the nose and face. The sores healedup : ll ; to ....::-:-: 13 1 I, _- .:' l' .

-,m The f-eight: includeso'irs. perfectly. Many doctors had i A BARGAIN can be had in one of

:Many army wag- given u- her case as hopeless, hundreds the finest residence and most de- : J

f cargo for use In the of cases of cancer, eating i I w. C. NORMKN sirable sections of Northwest Hill,
subject to guaranteed Jpaseatfair :
Only about 43; soldierst sores, supperatin-j swellings etc., I -.
, for three years. Plan of house can I '
\ t., --Sherman.- have been cared by Blood Balm. '' :2'i: L IMOIMIITOH.VHOLESAJ.EAND he seen at my office. A. V. Clubbs, 1 I j 1

Talnfully rionmt.u Among other, Mrs. B. :M. Ouerney, RETAIL DEALER IN I' Pensacola. 6u-2w '

i ll, why did you refuse Warrior inland, Ala. Her no"c and !
I
'.1 i ruts bad'taken\ him away lip were raw as beef, with offensive: 'i j i FOR SALE-:-The most desirablelots

-irl he was engaged; to? discharge from the eating sore. When Santa Claus Wines in the city on easy terms, by t. : i
Liquors Cigars. I the Fisher Real Estate r. I
I I, I haven quite reached the Doctors advised cutting, but it I Agency, ,
failed. Blood Balm healed the' ; :204'!( ; South Palafox. ISalm j '
u 1 will reeeh e stolen goods.
h sores, and Mrs.: Guerney is as ArrivesYou .
-- I
well as ever. Botanic Blood: Balm ,
*- arty Years' Torture, '' Hourdlng 1 1(Mine. it
humors
also cures eczema itching '

-i lieved from torturing dis- scabs and scales, bone pains, ulcers can welcome him with cheerfulness rOLE AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING I i

offensive pimples, blood poison, carbuncles BRANDS OF STRICTLY PURE AND BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler ; '

.r forty years': tortun- might scrofula, risings and bumps ;: and brightness when your FIRST-CLASS; WHISKIES: .+.* j* jt. J. I Springs, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. 1 I ,

-". use gratitude of any one. on the skin and all blood troubles : home is illuminated with gas. ; Condon, proprietress. All the ?
I
*: u DoWitt's Witch Hazel Druggist;: :; : $I per large bottle. I The holidays should be cherry, and Brookhill i comforts of home at very reasonable J j
Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free Edgemont, Old Prentice, 1) rates. Northern tourists will { ;
for dining parlor,
for C. Haney, Geneva 0. your room your i
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm find this an ideal place to spend a ; ? ;
'DeWitt's Witch Hazel Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble I hall or bed room, there is nothinglike Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. portion of the season I2nlm I'

"' I d me of piles after I had and special medical advice sent in i the soft, rich light that radiates

'rty years.? Cures cuts, !I sealed Utter. It Is certainly worth I from good gas. If you are not con The Celebrated Atlanta Beer ,. 11 t

unds, skia diseases. Bett while investigating such a remark-I s!I nected with our pipes send us a pos *. *g CUBE YOURSELF I i ig
able remedy, as Blood E-\ cures
,unterfeits. tal telephone us and we will have ,f fLlreew
Hargis' Phar- the most awful worst and most I or BOTH KEG AND BOTTLE. diech.rit.lnesmmuwne CseBQUlnraanstaral. : ,

Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.C deep-seated blood diseases.CJASTOnXA.. your house lit up by Xmas. G.enerel UnuUoas or ulcertUoB ; ., i
at mucous taembntier.
-- 2J Phone 46. Cor TamiOEa ail Wright Sts he.e.uf.ai.,1o..ett.eene. Fiialeu, ud not tnna*
AS'1'On.tA.: : .. .. TW&ICNEWtALt.'a.sal cr)olwaoti& 4 A

p. lie K. j Yes H ,' dials 3.$ earsthe Yea Hart AIM; &$} ?Pen llSCOI a Gas Cos Clicnsttis.Geld ly Dretggkta,

E.f : 11.&b a rot to [Lin ut spper, y z ,:
# -# Elgnattnof ct;; i I BOTWETfirfvircolw -

u -CUW1.l i 125 and 27 E. Garden St., Penuccla, Flae i a KJ.I ea relvttml. i i ', ,



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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, DECEMBER 1,1902ew

-

ly concluded that the doctor's busi- AN UXPARALLED RF:, 'KD'

s against ness was him.illegal, and closed the mails EXPORTS FOR Consumption can certainly be cured. -


At this juncture Dr. Kelly broughtsuit I Not all cases, but very many. Ayer's

in the United States court to enjoin NOVEMBER
KBtered at the Post Office at Pensacala( ,
.. the department from Pectoral is the medicine. J.C.lywCo..
FI$ teoond-class matter. any Cherry Lowell,KM*. 100%
further interference with his mail;
% OrriCE :i-Fltf Building. 211K South: i
f Uatoi street nptatrs. and, upon being turned down, car
-
-- .
VALUES FALL SHORT OF THE
ried bis case to the United States

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. supreme court, where it was decided I USUAL MILLION DOLLAR MARKThe PICTURES ARE NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

that those who believed in the faith I I During August EVFin! .x-

'' Terms: Invariably in Advance. cure were at liberty to avail them- the death claims paid

', Oat Year by Mail_.._ ...___$5 00 selves of it, and that the system was I ON EXHIBITION I J. D. Goss has been secured by the i and Canada by inStates :

$Months ,_ _.._. ._. :2 iO usually active month of November circulation manager of The Atlanta v I .
not fraudulent simply because the ble Life Assurance
T'/t' On Weekby Carrier Payable Monday 10 is somewhat disappointing --- Daily News to control the Pensacola j "'III ; Y.,.
x postofttce department considered it paid within one day after .
t.. Photographer Cottrell yesterday distribution of that paper, and will I!
far
so as export figures are concerned. -
t Advertising Rates Furnished on Application II proof.
so.This be authorize: to receive and
will probably strike the aver- The value of exports, sent! to 11 placed on exhibition the artistic receiptfor
yl a all monies for subscriptions. Any And during no IIH>IHI i.<'", ,
age reader as being a common sense foreign ports for the past 30 days, flash-light: picture of the Little I Or
communications or business in gen- !, year has the :1'1.'f<'('ntag; ,
UNION LABEn view of the situation. It is, at all Folks' Minstrel Co., and I 111.\11
fall short of the usual milliondollarmark. many persons eral relating to the paper will beI IwloIS%.
: events, one which renders it neces-
; sary for the postofiice department to The coming month, however i stopped and admired the work, given the best of attention. Mr. This excels the HlII'y

will he there have entered which is displayed in Cornell's Goss! will personally see to the !
show fraud in the famous Florida lively, as great record. It has 'e< -v
; is PE5SAOOLA, DEO )1, 1902 prompt delivery of the and
case. here thirty-two .sail and fourteen studio glass.: Every face in the entire paper been approached by any
all complaints for non-delivery or
$ is plain, and instantly re- pany.
steam vessels. Most of these are group
I DEcEs11lEKarrived in a manner new subscriptions should be sent
l
I that clearly indicates its determina LADY ARRIVED for timber and lumber, and will cognized. Probably today another to his home at 623 East Govern- I "Strongest in the U ma

i- lion to solve the irrigation problemIn probably all load out before the hol- picture will be made, in which will ment street. Patron are especially 'ii THE EQUITABLE LIFE A-: .. 1\

Florida. AHEAD OF TIMEA idays. be the manager and musicians of warned not to pay the carrier boys AXCE 80CIET

the This group has not any money. n241w OF THE UNITED \
The steam entered company.
', ATHOUSAXD-ACRE hammock of re- tonnage was I

markable fertility was recently discovered IG.bW; sail, 3OjSteam) clearing been finished.COLGIISAICOI,1)91N.
little: lady, 13: years old. was aI I The Pride of Heroes.
OOWLES
c in a remote corner of DeSoto tonnage was 23,237:; ; sail, C52. Ex- !! CHILIIIIKNKeci Many soldiers In the last war BKOS.{
.
been by a badly rattled person at the depot Sunday
It has purchased
county. ports were valued at $849,623: divided wrote to say that for Hcratches, General .\;f'ntM
1i 11 i Chicago capitalist who will plant it afternoon. She came down from iiiiiieiulation of a Well Known Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Corns, Sore
; in fruit trees. as follows: Chicago I'hj'bician. Feet and Still Joints, Bucklen's 309 B. Palafox St.. PEXs: -

;a: grape Chicago to visit a sister living on Bremen_.._..____...___._..$ 475 K* I use and prescribe Chamberlain's Arnica Salve is the best in the I I

+ Sex I'A y'g issue of the Time West Hill, and was not expected until Llverpual----- 151'Ij for almost all obstinate world. Same: for Burns Scald

of the Genoa__............ ............__..-.___.. Ilhti7aandam. Cough Remedy direct Boils, Ulcers; Skin Eruptions and
: i ,) t Union and Citizen was one this morning. Close railway con ,..... ......"'_ ..._..- ...._ ........_ "I.jO) constricted coughs with of PilesIt cures or no pay. Only :25c; I Carolina Portland
children
14 a best ever gotten out, and the reduction nections haj been made and she arrived Coruna................._ ........._ ....._.?.._ 2J.II:1Tamplco results. I prescribe it recommend to it at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store, I II I i
;' #ji; rf 5 In the subscription price from .... _.-........ :"J.III'< all ages. Am glad to reli from 121 S. Palafox street.
in need and
ji $10 to $''l will, with the constant improvement about twelve hours ahead of Buenos Ayres .....:.._.......-_. :2i.n5i I I to all and seeking bronchial af- Ii i
colds and
J' 4a itself time. There London........ ??._ .._._.... ivjsnCardiff. I coughs and safe Try Force at Solomon's. | Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM
;$ in the paper give it was no one at the depot flictions. It is non-narcotic i .
._ ... _......... t.li*)I ession-
inthe hands of the most uuprof -- --
t1:1: a vogue and popularity in the state to meet her: and as the party she Bordeaux .. IV.\\ i universal for all
al. A
i panacea I
: has before had. ... : es"sMO
it never La Plata IIK5 mankind. MRS. MARY R. MELEXDY ALA,
came toisit was a comparativestranger I
k Marseilles .....- T.'WU') Ill This
M. D., Ph.D., Chicago,
; -
j! THIS ii from the Times-Union and no one on the platform could Rotterdam-...>.- 5,5:1 I is for sale: by all druggist
remedy
Citizen of Sunday: With telephone Nassau: .._............. ll''i: and medicine dealers. Stock; of all Hiifh-Gr
w
give her any information. Finally a } E Portland
"
can Cement
wires underground and a wireless Total.._.._..._.............._I M'.tE5: German (ItI
gentleman who i "Saturn: Genii.,
was found knew the II-t Chocolate with Whipped
f its telegraphic station, what are the The items of export were: :' land
rl l Cieaia XiainerV. Cement, King* N. V, I
: a, Pensacola politicians going to do? young la.ly's hostess and the new ar- limber and lumber It......._._.1C.2.\ :...,
# f k l? k # Politics without wires to pull will be rhalas safely delivered! at her Pencil slats.Ibs ..._ 57UX I Norfolk Portsmouth; l. ,

1 i k rather dull play." If other town Cotton, round bales.. !*,!(& THE NEWS AT Savannah Jacksonville, I',
I any destination amid a profusion of thanks Cotton square bales ....._..._.._ ,5fjO BUNK NOTEGIGAR i Mobile; New Orleans it ,
: in the tate, were in question, we I :
C S: rural,sks._ ... U.1M We also make shipment--' ,
tl '1 should suggest legs as oper sub- Coal tons ..... ..._ ...._.-.. .... 10,877 WARRINGTON 1 Mills wherever we get ';
A Million Voices
;iTV j jects for pulling in place of the pro Phosphate rock, tons.- 11,311Dak :> I freight rate. Sole *eHiii, f uI
verbial wires. Could hardly express the thanks of staves pcs._ ",(,31 I "Alabama" and Sour ',* (
Homer Hall, of West Point, Ia. Listen Turpentine, bbls ..... ...... 820: -- Brand," Portland C"nlt"'tf'

whA severe cold had settled rohacco, hlidi ... ._.. 171i&sb Arrangements have been made lia Hydraulic Natural i
' ty, l THE Philadelphia Record thinks on hislungscausingamostobtlnatecough.l logs,pcs ..... ... MEvery I made near Birmingham,
;; Several physicians said he with Mr. A. De Brux, the well- I

At that the government which "under had consumption, but could: not help Woman isIeautitulIf in Good known restaurant proprietor at War- i Correspondence Solicited
takes to perform what should be left him. When all thought! he" was Health.

E1 I t r to free activity," transforms free 'loomed he began to ue Dr. King's rington, te handle THE NEWS there; See that Each is
Beauty U not ?o much in the features Cigar
New for
f ijl' citizens into dependents. If this be Discovery Consumption and in the and and the patrons of the paper will I Sage bit tiUn n fi
: as expres-ion
write-"it cured
completely me and
i ;f true, the next thing in order will be I saved my life. I now weigh; 227: : Ib-"." iou: ol the face. Every COUdi-1 find it ready for delivery and for Stamped.. I muuoj yo'iir :/,:*,? .
e to turn the postotlice department It's positively guaranteed for endowed with beauty.: Show i
who i is in health and I sale hot from the press, immediatelyupon ture at Marston V '11'11'1Great
<
1. woman good _
; i i over to the "free activity" of the I Coughs, Colds and Lung: trouble FRANK REILLY
Price 50e and *l.jO. Trial bottle will how you a woman who H of a the arrival of the dummy leav- :
.
!j: it' 'I 8pecnlatorswith! the result that potal I Furniture /:/>, '<-
.free at W. A. D'Alembute's, 121 cheerful: nature, a ;good disposition i i
it charges would soon be on a par !; Palafox street.ORDINAilOt. H'I and who is beautiful and attractive j ing Pensacola: at 3:30 p. m. SOLE AGENT. I rium.

1K 9 .. : with those now imposed by the express :, No woman even though endowed ', -- ----- i
1 I with the mo"i attractive: features i* Foils a Deadly Attack. -- --- -
r
dt T' ; companies |i OF"
; ----- ---- I !Beautiful without good health. Low : "My wife was ?o ill that good Tin STEAMER LINE St'\JtE\
'
r THE following, from the Palmetto pint: *, pain*, ner\ou5n-s, leaden pLy ici ins were unable to help her,"
umplexiou: tiejdjche*, backache writes M. :M. Austin, of Wlllc 1eter,
(
t :Sews, I is a gtm. We are glad to say, REV. MRS. IRWIN ire all b..autdestw'ds and these Ind.. "but was completely cured by JADY GR Rcs aY? ,'
; f twecn Tonsai-ola anil Mi
tom I t however that such jewelry is generally symptoms' can nine limes out of ten ,I Dr. King' >ew Life Pill*." They: t :
t considered in bad taste in this t)V attributed to a torpid liver. I work wonders ia stomach and liver I Itnn.Iaily I- \< cpt !Sin '
i I HKPATICUUA will;give you good troubles. Cure constipation, sick \ i
part of the world : VlioIsaIc and "
At Univrrsahst diurchtii"- ,,: |health and rp..toreour beauty ; headache. tic at W. A. 1)'AII11'lJerte' "CITY OF TAMPA.

lj ,, How a respectable community I day morning in the of a : tit-H: why sulfVr and b'J nom'I'htu \", drug store, 121: S. Palafox 1'ctail I <(<:J'UC'C'J'o. .
iireseiici v Milton I i"
.t like Hraidentowu can afford allow .s i IIUII r iirlVu
s .5 to l' you can nave !strength, pure, street. ni\ii. Ainr.us .> Arl I.
i OK !>H>ola !<: <'>aiii i
? 1 1 thi sore headed spalpeen ; this large congregation, Rev. Mrs. L. J. j 1 rich blood, good complexion, and I'arr. Vic' ; Km.IIu; I .
317 freak of the :20th century '-cro)"s all of which nnkewo- silver
irj'Ml i4 strong nerve The finest line of sterling Family; Fancy and Staple ];
i ,. between a pule cat and a cholera Irwin was ordained! to the full pas- men beautiful and attractive. Sold be
novelties is to
silver
1 epidemic," a stench in the nostrils II all driuu'istFITTED -. 1 orate of the local church. Rev. Dr. jv ,
fc
i of civilization, to hung around iu --- -- --- found at J. I. Stephens':\ Prices to i JEWELER IN HIS _
r d a' .their vicinity, U a" great a mystery M I( Glaulan. of Atlanta who arrived\ : please all. and All Kind* "f lp.to-ilite Fancy' .
j as the disappearance of Terra CM i's WITHELECTRIC -----
, 25) votes fur Knight and Vanderipe. the day previous took charge of the I i Good NEW\ STANC

--- impressive ceremonies. Last night RefrigeratorsrV'eluwe a We IIrp'o'p i Di-trihutore for We"t I

THE good roads movement in BUTTONS few left, which we will sell Florid i fir the l> bratf-d Cafe du I
Mel :another large congregation was present Monde Collte: Sweet Home :\Iob I I have moved
Hillsborough county has met with I at cost. Marston $ Ouina. my jewelry
=es. Illini iiiil (;iini.ix ! and saw a continuation of the -- - --- J.
; 1t disaster. Malone .
f4 Judge sometime i -* -ti. OeruituiA.merican. ;i pied by Bass & Co.. anti "
i since granted a temporary injunc oiornins ceremony and also heard Electric (31'0.. ?.", was released OYSTERS AT NIG APOSTLE'SFine }Food C".'* CaiiP d I Meats, Etc All I better prepared than evr
; of which are *old! I bv 'ill first-class; great bargains in didinon .
fame beautiful music from a carefully I'rom the hams yesterday fitted with,: -
commisstoners Retail l Grocer in tli city jewelry, etc. Call and -
today. Try them.
selected choir. oysters
of U OUlIO iu road bonds to a firm of IlI I electric: buttons placid in con\euient'' XI<' Al'os'ru iiu-
Cincinnati bankers.: This injunction I I positions. The arrangement is a novel .
Saved at Grave's Brink."I -
t, r has now been made permanent by aplCl"i! i ....'-.i.I-...;-.".-"...-...-....--....--. ,...-- ..--._.">. I
E o know I would lopg ago have I appre-ciated -.,.-....-...,.. .-....-..." -- .,.,-- -- ..-- /i..-...-....-- L VriW--.....-..,'!::rn -
Judge Wall, who bases his decision; been in my irrave," writes Mr: S. II.I I j W( _- t1j Foiey's Kiansy *ureI

13; iit upon the fact; that the bonds were I Newsom, of Decatur Ala., "if it had I nukes kidneys and bla u.
ct a made payable in !gold.: This decision: not been for Electric Bitters. For I It is announced that all cars of the i I -a!! _
three I suffered untold I I j- New SIirtsoo m
l t I renders it necessary: for the county years! agony s?>tent will lie fittnl with thin imIpunt ':
from the worst forms of Indisetion.Waterbrash EVERYBODY LOOKS
:
tl- commissioners to make a new deal Stomach and Bowel mint a" fast a> possible and a'sl"md .

,rR,,,r t t s 1 ,. ,a I; .F' and put the transaction on a silver Dyspepsia.;: Butthisexcellentmedi- far is row! iu tht hands ofchttitiaa (C:/i! -ATJUiiliam (II:) FOR THE BES1i
t t, + !V or currency ba-is. cine did me a world of good. Since i
using;:: it I can eat heartily and have j i i- tin that pmpo-f i II *

rural THE districts trolley is line idea for the I pained Lus: of 35 pound Appetite.", Stomach For Indigestion, Liver, I II I | 1 !. I j1tion0011. S Sjlj i i Here it is. Call ,oi!M -.

rapidly gaining and Kidney troubles Electric Bitter I DIED IN LOUISIANA I i1{ JO : Creary. They are d' i-i-!
.
e /;,- .'t' ground in Florida.: Manatee county i are a positive guaranteed cure i i Ill work that can be tut n<.J uj
f contemplates the construction : Only .Me at W. A D'Alemberte'- I II .
of -- ----- --- --- --- .. j prepared to do any kind!!

a! 't such and a line De auJ Land the are people now seriouslyconsidering of Daytona I drug ito TJ1 0' Palafoxtreet." i I Mr. Riliih Hin father-in-law of1! (:i) We ask an Inspection of Our [EI;:) I| They bet on put the on market India rui.i<>n ,-r' :

c 1 : the proportion to construct MINSTRELS \WILL i iI |; Mr.( Beverley Ward of this citydied : a-i they have a full Iiij

an electric road between th- I : iu Franklin, Li.: this morning;: and : 'm(ij Ready-to-Wear Department. (;j tires in tock.
Does d 1 1I
I I your buggy i u< '
t' # r two town Such an innovation PLAY IN MOBILE !I will be: interred there tomorrow.r. =** '*\ I lug? They can make: it .!" ,<;!

f roads would problem do much in to this solve state the; good and i i John O. Ward received a telegram Ii I' ((M:ij) \\ <" IU KJv 1 ".n \ rranarn(( ( < (!\JW (IiJ:) tthey i "''"< i

J today from his son conveying the tiffrtmBmiBiftfcr I'a first-clam carr '1h"- huiliL t.
such line would i t ;
i certainly pay in The Little Folks' Minstrel will information.GREAT E) ? ; !repairing hu*ine--. 1)'-n't
thickly settled section, and, on the [I I I )
t give a performance in Mobile during i i !, 5 IF YOU NEED A NEW SKIRT I I call on them.
other hand do much to attract settlers SALE THURSDAY I i i Scales repaired.

5 in sparsely settled of the I the holidays, arrangement being (fi|) j5! [ /r'pitzFK&Cnt \ i.l'i .
k a 4i () state. parts now in progress Manager Meukowas On next Thursday at 10) o'clock j It will be to your interest to call (;|) : 1; Kast Gitrilt'ti -'

there will be placed on sale at 317 i ; Phone r 7.
I
invited to Mobile Thanksgiving f JIBJIIIJIIA.IIJ B} (;
South I'alafox! street under the man- )
( J
of A Fail i Cure Case. and had theatre I I'' UUV i M \) .> V\\l ) ) i Y) l LVV'1 ) lJED|
yFi r day an interview with -
I agement of Sam Israel & Co., a Mammoth

A decision recently rendered by I managers; of that city. A letter Stock of Boots Shoes Hats II j !;j ; i FINE STATIONERY.
> the United States court in I E !f!
a faith cure or supreme case fixing date and other preliminaries Caps Underwear Clothing and Gent's 50 New Skirts Just Added to our Stock [I|

+ vex' It'R will probably have a peculiar bearing is expected daily.A -. Furnishing Goods. (|:;) S3.75 to $5.00. (I..!:) C. V. Thompson, :No., j 11 I r
--- --- ---- These goods are from a bankrupt Palafox .
upon the prosecution of the Posts I ftreet, haju.--t "v'-"

at Seabreeze on the East Coast. In Sometimes Single a single H.ite.dose of the stock but are fresh and up-to-date I j': ([:ij) 25 High-Qass Skirts, Bought as. Samples, 25 per piH new supply of Linen and k
All110 contemplate making purchases
M1.yi.. this ca-e it will be remembered, :, Papers, white, blue and gray w
I
Sirs. Helen Wilmans-Post under. of rignt illness.remedy It will has cure been a senou said
took to give people the world over liver could be kept in good condition I best interests by waiting until that El(;) Children's Automobile Coats (:) i| alo Foreign Mail Tablet wit rI

: lf tcrj what is described as the "absent there would be no further danger to time! liefoie hn 'ing. velopes to match. Ink Pj :

4 a : ., treatment;" and her efforts in this the tonic human becomes system.the most Tbu important a liver l I (j)j $2.25 to $4.75. 'm I j I Penholders, Blankbooks. Fii-- .

t# direction are si.id to have been tit) medicineyou could hiVe. HEPAT- Cleaning: ladies skirts and waist I' | etc., always' on hand.

: liberally rewarded as to make her ICU HA Is the best liver tonic; one is one of OT spt'cis.lties.tAr Laaniry. &t Misses' Monte Carlo, $4.50 to $7.50. ; I Phone 234.
(i !
take with beau
pleasure
?'t 1 + f the possessor of a handsome for you it will can injure you beneficial results. _____ __ 8; 75 Child's Reefers at 75c each. ..!?


''i, 'Ii'is 4 r# Washington tune The" case by recently our court decided of last resort in- Sold-- by--all---druggists.Your,-- ----.- -- -- -- I, SEND YOUR-ORDERS ,j E j(3 Blankets and Comforts from 50c Up. tE l>|J) I 18 i.af1tb.rattan CA.BTOItY1k.P' c 7 Y. b,! A'E;


ts ''L :I was that of one Dr. Kelly, who Liver \ to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or | ? .. I I 11I
{1)) :
: C3rtTJt was running in a Nevada: town a electrical work. "'Repair work a () I _
i, Will be roused to Its natural duties specialty.

*; .tt-*.v*<$.1 r r "1 whose"school operations of magnetic much healing profit"is from said i and constipation your biliousness be cored headache if you take and : lfudgin's, the best /or or. E I JUiiliam lobiwon & Son !S; All kinds of chairs and

t l :;nlit f1 to have been derived. The post- Hood's i iI - --- : rocking chairs at Alar'r'jrI
Pills
'; office department, which seems to Hot Rolls at 5 p. -- ,, fS 1'g Quina's. Prices are ,'e'Yi
Pk.- -
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m.loc.1 ./-..-.' .:T'/'i.
think itself a censor of morals, final I I Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. j a doz., at .t.-. "" '- <:,,'ITVT''''''''''.. J:.- -.}.- ,,T'-.4:} ; 'f \jlcw.THE .

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1.1902. .j:, : :

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5"25225" FUNERAL OF B. H. FAIRCHILD, W. C. O'NEAL, President; No. OGO3. M. E. CLARK, Cashier ; fIffl:1; : "". .f

((AMUSEMENTS.! UPHOx.STERER., ><. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. = I i i. #rf I


S25P5as2SasEs29 A. D. PULLIAM 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF i rl'I
I
sa sas -- : Caroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialty. : .; j:

OH THEIR WAY-.HERE SOON. Sunday afternoon at 3:30 the funeralof PEHSACOLA, FLA. : 1 '; j Ir"! ,

the late A. Delmar Pulliaoi was Phone 406. Designated Depository of the United States. 11
--- -- -- --- --- !
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held at the Presbyterian i church. R. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25,1902. : fk:. .

Deceased was a member of Rath- RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ; :. i ,

bone Lodge. No. 30, K. of P., and Matchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler I Loansand! Di.'count3.. .... ...... ... ... .. ... $112,9-2184 Capital Stock .. .... .... .. .... ... .. .... .... $200.000.00 : ; ;
and Graduate Optician Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured2,301.17: Surplus ...... .... .. .... .... ... .. .... .. .... 20000.00 ;, : i. ,
many members of that order were U. S. Bonds !and Premiums... .. .... ... .. 213,806.87 Und.lvidedProtlts...... .. .... .. .. .... .... 5.690.34 f 1 I I itP} ; '
II heath Palafox St., Penueoli, FU Stocks, securities, etc... ..... .. .. .. .. .::.. 2,625.00 Rediscounts ... ... ...... .... .. ... ..... .. .. 10,287.61! :. i; ;
t t, ). .sdkJ r % prtseHt. Furniture and Fixtures.... .. .... .... ...... 6,718.48 Circulation.. .... ..... .. .. .... .... .... .... 125,00000 I"" 1r. 1\\I.. .
19j Mr. Pulliam died Saturday afternoon R. Stamps.... .. .... .... .... ... .. .. ...... 65.82 Deposits .. .... ..... ..... .. .... .. .... .. .... 461EV4.35 I ,. ':i
Cash and Exchange..... .. .... ... ... ...... 153,943.12 ., : '
l at his home on East Chase t- I
r ; "
:
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street. He .was conscious up to tho .
Total ..... .. .. .... ...... .... ..... ...... $S22,3 2.30 Total... ... .. .. .... ...... .... ..... .. $!s22,3S2.30 ; q :
d al last, and his last words were to Rev. NEWS NOTES'fbe ; ;j. Ii ; : t
+y y, This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage we will give ) .1
Lynn R. Walker his pastor, requestinghis your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. :; 'i ;

f IQo prayers. A wife and one child 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I"" i ,
It !I. ;
h are left to mourn his loss. Misses Griffin's dancing class
", <
will meet tomorrow night in St. I

Last Game I'll Play with TO CUItE A COLD IN ONE DAY Joseph's hall. 5252 YOUR WANTS. ; '
The
Gould or Morgan." Take Laxative promo Quinine Tablets Clyde E. Wilson yesterday received f FILLS ;
This signature/gW: Jt on every
\\-,, K Utrd's big company pre- box, 25c. UJ-K.G notice that he had been appointed lli

., n Splendid Spectacular a notary public for the state \ m ; I :

r, I'i Two Merry Tramps." DELIVERED TWO at large. I j f.. WITHOUT j ;

-< Prices, 15, Ii5,83 and In Saturday's naval stores market I ; i:

c \1 1T' 15 end 25c. GOOD SERMONSRev. quotations the price should have I L' !:=JEMPTYING '; : ; f- ;

., f THE been neously 51 cents quoted.instead of 50, as erro- I I II I YOUR PURSE! J I,


SEASON'S SHOWS. E.Gordon. Hutton, of Hawes- Don't fail to read the display advertisement I 7niS A CURRENT TRUI8 I-HUXDRED5 DEMONSTRATE IT DAILY..oC v* ..<* .< .J' i

vine, Ky.: who has been in the city of X. Goldring if in I Every article dependable every sale on its merit, and MUST result in mutual satisfaction, or your ; !I.. :'

PJ I i.-ic-al numbers in-r need of liquors, wines, cordials, etc. money hack. Could condition be fairer or more satisfactory? I II
a few days, preached two sermons at His goods are of the best and the I ,
Two 1 Merry Tramps"i I :
i i company, the the Presbyterian church }yesterday prices right. ?< RUGS, CARPETS, ART SQUARES, MATTINGS. fc* s ; t +:1 i ii

in the second act. bit small congregations beard each Head an order down to S. A. Friedman : i

,n.ir! musical gems, sermon. neHutton has just graduated for some of that famous Uoch- 50 ORIENTAL SMYRNA RUGS. 30xfiO inches, !Special Value.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $2.00 i I :

; i ras. have been re-of and is on his way to New Orleans wine heimer to, Rudesheimer brighten your or dinner Niersteiner this 22 ROYAL AXMIVSTER: YEL\'ETnUG.3Gxj21Jches.$500value.<> Special .. .. .. .. . . $3.75 \f I ,it:
\ become a part 1 t
] where he has been called to

.ilit: dasby melodies the Third Presbyterian church. He gloomy day. 9x12 FELT HENRIETTA ART SQUARES Big Value at $650. Special at. .. . .. . . . $5.00 ,:I I r I'
11 mined. The East End Democratic Club ''

excellent is a strong preacher and is a guestof will hold an important meeting tomorrow 3 ROLLS ALL-WOOL INGRAIN CARPET. We value, mad and laid. Special per yard. . . . . 65C I
\.l I :and his Mr.V.. Monroe and family. lie t
A. at 7:30 p. m., and every '

'J qipear at the opera will go to New Orleans next Thurs. member is urged to be present. The CORSETS CORSETS CORSETS ''ti fftA
I""I\S are to he coniu '
day. question of the new meeting hall' Stylish Dress Like a Good House. Must have a Good Foundation. Our Corset are
opportunity of will probably be brought up. on scientific principles by the Bet Makers from Livinir Mode K such as-"\V. \
,u. ,pifsected by Kyle ICZIMtSO: ClaW, :NO PAY. The Ham Israel Co. has several for Styles from..... ... .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. . 50c to $3.50 I I Ii
in this issue of bankrupt i II
Your druggist will refund your money It notices a great
Mr. Kyle has I
lit'MM!
I'A/.O UINFMENTtallatocure Ringworm sale, to be held under the management -
; notable stars and Teller.Old Ulcer and Bores. Pimple and NEW ARRIVALS. 1 ;
blackheads im the face, and all skin dis of Mr. Ed. Ditmar.: A sale ,
; ilientele through- eases. So cents.. of this kind will present opportunities ti i ,
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<, \. ral of his fore-I to the buyer not often found Beautiful New Bittenberg Lace: Collars from One case "Can't be Beat" Fleece-Lined Shirts and f :

"I u.ii.ltr. ushers! '! of ritiirn the with cast MR. JOHN MOONEY I here it.The, .and no one should miss attending $1.25 to $3.50 each. II Drawers 75c for Men suit., worth $1.00. '!ii i r

15 pieces Light Plaid Outinps. the prettiest.we've had i I I';
., 'grate The sane IS SET RIGHTThe Sullivan-Milliken suit was: This Season: 12j3c] value i New Ciiatelain: Bags in cut steel and fancy: leathers / ,
will add tou.at
I ICS is certainly coucluded in the United States court lOc yard. I 25c to $3.50. I 1' :

Saturday at 11:30 p. m. A verdict off "
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ctila playgoers
News regrets to state that a OOOO, with interest, wa allowed '

.vl;Iy American'utertained grave injustice was done Mr. John I Judge half: the Milliken amount., which The is about case one-will $ W. J. & B. FORBES. $ I t; ,

Mooney in referring to the contlo-I I'
probably be taken to the United I ,__ 1
--- versy between the two local States Court of Appeals in New Or- : '
I If Ynll Buy Them at the Bobton Shoe SHire, They Are IJotHl' 1,11 V I
a tctltr') Worth' of. Good. associations last Saturday.In leans. CARPENTRY AND .I. k 1.!

: w-.i-n' 'vn coal that article Mr. Mooney was ri- Scrofula, with its swollen gland*,
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ELECTRICAL WORKi
fI w ,'." s: "I If' 1 t. i iII
1 ,wrl; I LLI.J"r and ferred to as being in Mobile where running >:sores inflamed eyelids, cn- .3 DO YOU
.i' '11-. pB..in I taneou eruptions, yields to Hood's I !
',1 ;' x"meitin. it was said "he resides. As a matter i up Pearl & Dolivephone6lN), 1 ,

::"medicines of fad, Mr. Mooney resides ill : Sarsaparilla.---- -- 'i
!.oby., J\illley: electrical NEED ; : ; ;:
I -.r, : -urpririujr.. Pensacola where he has for many THE WEATHER i i

'r' ."I I tie: brick dust years lived: anJ paid his taxes. lie MEAT & MALT has a marvelous 'i' I i' j jJ I!
1.1 I :"-.w 1 have no I dietetic value. While refreshing and SH'OES ? { '
''lii"ys and I feel is at present traveling for a Mobile I pleasant to take, it helps; assimilation I I . l't :

1 :., I.I:' !W.'MS .done\.I>'.\hm.me a house-a fact which in nowise affects TO-DAYj, of food. Sold: byDANNHEISSER I 0 -- ti i. I'',
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/I''d' 'xireeL.NOTICE. his citizenship here.A BROS. 0c I
If you have :a Shoe; purcliaap in t j

Local Korccnst-KalatunlKlit and 1\11'-1 I mind you are, of Curse, looking J t
Go. Bros. ;
.. '... of the stock-; Herring I'"
-tinj;:; I From the Ua/ette.Toowoomba.AUSlralla.1I ]

.. .. PPII"'lctla Route k I I find Chamberlain' Cough Remedy Temperature in Last 24 Hours: GOULDIN'd: Best Thing In Footwear i.
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.. :> f"oHcrefiry.111 will ,1"Saturdayinber held ut. i been is sulfenug an excellent from: medicine.a severe I cc have ugh Maximum: ........_................... .... .... iiI degrees 1 Have specially constructed 1Vagonslfor I We can foive theprol-Jtin l to youratifai PI

't 1' 6th, li;")2, from 7 fur the last two mouth and it ius :Minimum .t degreed I the removal of dead animals I tion. Ou hhce- are Luilt i! .

I'. in. effected! : a cure. I have great plea- 'j from the city limit*. for :houuvh !'eivice under any i ':
R. M. CARP, ure in recotiimending it.-W. C. Temperature Elsewhere: Will remove dead horses or cows for and all (-(ltditiol s. They ate t '
: Seeretarv. WOCKXKH Tins i H the opinion of i Star Min One Dollar each. made in fxrlorivetyltbjii.d area ,I

one of our olde..t and most respected .Atlanta... ...... ............_...... 51 KKicinarck Address HERRING BROS., trnimj h of art III tl'p> making. i
I ._... .................. ......as 21 Or leave order., Goulding. .
PIt\3S TUNED FOR SI.50. re-idents, and lias been voluntarily +'Incngo ... ..........................4i' .;J Intendencia i I I' I ti
given in gaud faith that others may : C.ncinnati ................_..... ....*; i'4iialveston 135 East. street. 1
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I .- \t' (I'rt-"lf; ', an who try the remedy und be benefited as', __.... ......... ......_ 51 4s -- --- - the tt'n h Ar tm
expert Thi Huron ...... ... .. ...._.....-._ 4J: IiJftcksonvillM : a; ij.J : i
II" 1 11.{ .- at the World's Fair1.t was Mr. Wuckner. remedy is ...............- ..--i2 M NEW STORE 1 NEW GOODS : I
sold by all druggi-t; and medicine I Kln"lI.lty...... ._ .... 4S si
: : ntly from Fi..chE'r' place dealers.If Key West ..... .............?.....-..-..._ hi ilMempliis I '
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I'. t. ,i ,,!,,Ithi.l. Will lire bet- .... ............ ....... 44 .ti NE\V DRUGS J. r
{ you presn I Mobile ..... ..... .... .... .........Iil 4- I I I
: \ ;, ti! :in you ev.-r Irid: done' or you want a nice to giveo Montgomery.. ?......... .. ......50 jii ( ( ur i i
; a friend, go and look through the i I New Jrleans ... ................... :d is.New ?TA I\Um\ I CI 'i WrvW'W'Y t I
: IJ-MV*> ordert Johnon'sHot elegant; line of suitable articles; at !i York ..... ..... ..... ..... .... *i :Neavannsh :{ ; : it"t tl
j; '. '"rl'. hlilm ... ... .._.... .. ...... us :>1\ibt. I II /
J. I. Stephens, you surely can find i I' Louis ....... ......0. 41 ',.; II I ;,.{::. I 1 ''I.Ili
10c.1 something to please you. If yon White's Pharmacy.
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Rolls, at 5 p in., INSURANCE ::.
want anything in the Di unoud y.
lilll'I
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Hot Chocolato with
doz., at Solomon's. be >'ure to see him before you I' I I NICK'S '
I: Whipped Cream at fcioiomen's. T'HK undpr''izned: has opened a AMI
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in the Ren=haw I
I __ __ _ ___ Drug Business HEAL ESTATE
''e0/1191010/0101t'1O.8.C..c.o.o.e..a.o..o..e.c.: i K AT A. M. I building 106) South 1'alafox street, I .
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1 0 j with a full line of Fresh Drugs, Perfume No.I South Palafox Street. i 7.0


i Hello Stranger I ITHIS Ie I' f: ,G/\V>of K.:Mnnrtai Regular Kcambid& A.'M., Dec.1st.Viiting communication at L"dzre;:.;;0 No.p. in.lj., Drug are*Husine",usually Soaps; and kept such in an other up-to-date articlesas Partial for List Rent of in I>-Various;;;irable Dwelling Parts i i RR TAU RA NT ; ; t i

Io"V brethren t ;
cordially ;invited. are We respectfully solicit a share of of the City : I ,
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.. : N .e W. D'C. KE5:'t.ER, W. M.HAUKI the public patronage, promising to fJ.j.IMI--I.arle :i-fetory dwelling, with cellar I r I
and attic containing '.< rooms; alliiindf '
W. GiiiBs, I Iecrttary. entire satisfaction, both ingoods
give ru convenl'-net"", In most deI I
,' i and prices.Tbs sirablerectonNu.1; Wfl LaKuaj I' DAILY MENUS I ,
ureet. j
i 9e Prescription Department is in $.lo.ui-Tuoanda-balf tory house,con tain- ,fI
I Beers' Repository KNICHTS- PYTHIAS.Pensacola I charge of our Mr. Walter H. White, log. 12 rooms; ait modern ronvunl | Coiipn-p all the Up-to- $
nees. Mtuat.'il at No. ill Eat LaI I Data DUhe th, MarK I I'
who will try his utmost to plea-e all KuiiMreet. I
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B !-.'."-l.t\rff _' story riaelling.I'" rooms all -t- of thn World
o Lode No. 3, K. of 1'., I who may favor him with their or No. tu K.istUoveriiini-nt s'reet.rashtt.arge2etorydwelung I'I ?
regular meeting Monday night, Dtc. containing '.' Atfopd.
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Asonrctock is entirely
ders. new
'I"t. at 7:30: o'clock. Initiation and room.. 90ltn all nmJern conrra-1 I
: 609-511 South Palafox Street. $ I lfnces.ituatfon forth. }
other very important buiness. Member and fresh we solicit; a trial order. bttFeenltrongand OfSoto: Bayien.trp..I.1 sets I .
1 of !'i..ter i lodges and visiting t2 ...J- .
1 ? i ii : story dwfllinK at No.iiuMortl: hnr-l
( brethren are cordially invited to at- W. H. White & Co. evloaa. ltbx rooms near belt hue .' Ladies' Private I
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: ?-I'l'LL LINK 01'-1 : tend. water and gas tbrouvticut. ,. ,. ..
r'l.pt-l-torydwelling on bell line No. till| ,
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H. A. LEE, C. C. I'HOXKS: WpfctG rf-ory, between Rene and lvViiilers.7 Dining Parlor. ( i i '
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H. HORSLKR, K. R.I'!. rooms bath city water and I
II I 11
No. 446
II Day Xo.ISO. Night Jas. .

Buggies, Wagons and Harness. !it ;,I RATHBONE SISTERS. I! 106 South Palafox Street. E i0.n>-torydcelling containing 7 ruoni"No,4"iWe city water.Wright run,) ; I t' ill,

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gas IhfL1- forauprumineatcurierlre"sldeacedtricto -
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-.............................000O01001010000HS. I I. Hiter Magnolia; regular Temple meeting No. 4 next, Rathbone Friday I U'} t -l.*'oidfilii>g,.ry .u..", with g )lit0.II room.. :.U.)on west'belt t'I'i iUrt I Regular Dinner Daily

line.in good Incatinn -- 1
I afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Every ; ,
member requested to attend. Nominations IW3iiltory UntrlilLK .Corner Cbaie aDd I !
Barcelona streets a oais. Sht.n Ordcts I'" mplty ,
WILL MOYER'S.VEST ... and election of officers for &i-l-itory dwelling. No. l"s East Wright i l : i
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the next six months will\! take place.A street,5rounrcity 'ntrrand gas Killed. >ight nr Day. !
$ls.Ui-Newt-blury dwelling No. 11% test ( :
I full attendance urged to attend. Oba! street. roum., city water and r
\ ; MRS. J. WILLIAMS, Ppthtic rh0t0SPaphH, gas. i ,
SIDE GROCERY M. jo.. (i. {1575-1 story Jwellmir, SO :>'J Rat Gregory ;, If it'. M'om"tMneooo Pulnfov Street.JOHN Street, rooms on t-et! lire. yon wifb. you'll nan It lit
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I H. HOR5LER.l'5ecty. id.nO-l-9tory Owflung, so. TIM East Cervauie ;,
treit. near St. Katberlne's
M X-* JUST RECF.INED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF I Chapeldrooms.outhou'esandlargeloLcornering) Nick Apos e's j, F
Gnnther's Candies ato1omnn'liI. on 5:5 avenue.A < i )
1 h j ish Rue, Cranberries Florida Barrel Olives I Try S. BEARD, lar :" list smaller dwellings, as well
Syrup, I as a number stores acd officea t Ort tvE.M'. Popular Restaurant.

Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Everything ATTORNEY-AT-LAV. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., .!
I \VailteU. Leading Keai Estate Keuialand liituranceAjent
Kept in a First-Class Grocery Office?-309 Thiesen BUilding.; .l soJih: faUtoi ntreet. jiFudglu
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Office Hours-b:30 a. Hi. to 1 p. m., t14
*'I"' '" t'V ;; l 11YDAY CONSniPriOX: OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.t I WANTED immediately good advertising 2:30 p. m. to6:30p. in. I
solicitor for The Rapor- Practice In all state and federal court Try Gunthfr's Candies at ----

: i Lrdfifil( ? J1s! s'ly Cfl i1[b atEd Majs&tic;& Flcnr Just Received, Club ter. ,Apply Prof" Edmund to Pensacola! Hall.Athletic Id3t I All promit business anti diligent entrusted attention.to me will receive Solomon's. j I '. flit Best /or 5c.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY DECEMBER 1.1902lutl's

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I AN ORCHID CENTERPIECE. I II I

I Women as Well as Men I' She Hcpodiated men's service the in Charge.a Yorkshire
I At the Starvation
Pills A Richly Embroidered Design For SlowIs
the Dinner Table. Are Made Miserable by parish the vicar tried to convey the lesE -
and heroinesare
that tV truest heroes
.a
Ilichly tmbroidered centerpieces are
the fate of sufferers from
deeds in the dyspersia and ir' ,.
those who Io noble! "
naturally for especial occasions thoughthe : Kidney Trouble. If your food remains undigested it can't r s:
will save the dyspeptic from incny itself of titr coiner of the borne where none body In fact l t does All.
days of misery end enable him to eat (cateIpiee simple design actual damage by at .,J,:. .
unatcur r.2 \\ i/s./ They prevent Las become an everydaytable decora- I| ".111 see applaud: !! dal stomach and poisoning the sjateni. "** "' ;-'
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages :j Few cf seem to think." Le con-
i you
t ':: thit is, dinner or lunch tall dec- .
;SICK: HEADACHE, cr.tiou.Or and lessens ambition: beauty vigcr dUll,..!, 'that your wives staying: at I !(J5'pt'
and cheerfulness Digests
cause the! food t3 assimilate: and nourish l ids are luxuriant. They would I C""'\t, r disappear when the soon kidpneys b: i.Kui.txiiuj>laiiiingy! to mind the chi;. 'I KODOl
v
the body, give keen appetite, "' and the meals are ,' What
tli (
en prepare You
Ire if they grew by the acre and one are out of order ,' Cat:

DEVELOP FLESH j would like; Thoreau be ready to take = I 1 ;"?!,' or diseased I I' Loi-clnes. and yet their touching "devotion Li Kodol Is the sensible remedy. By digestu .

and solid ir.uscle. Elegantly Ills hat off to every cypripediuni. so intensely jn. I"\: fj%* Kidney trouble has to duty proves them to be so. eat It strengthens the body and at the same ':"
sugar
coateJ. --- ] royal are they.; Our design of L ( : become so prevalent !!. It certainly hadn't struck one old j the stomach. This rest soon restores perfe "i is e
Take No Substitute. I I. an orchid centerpiece is rather prodigal that it is not uncommon 11 11'I ''I farmer in this way before, and as soon '\ Cathartics and stimulants only reach the -. "th
for a child to be born he home he promptly told his Kodol '
but the appointments of even a I ) iJ as got cures. It Is Nature's tonic.
T afflicted with weak kid- i j wife that the vicar bad called her a Five years asro a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took lOch a hold on nt tell .
Til* Song ft Ibc 1 irf. ;=.. neys. If the child urinates i scarcely go. I took qUaIltltieli of pepsin and other medicines, but n."hlnz beip. "
row hush. 1'\-::y Eon -,. '.J j 1 g "Whatever does that meanT asked a few bottle am sound and well. GEOBGa 8. JUBSH. '"
more urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child j AifOrnelatLaw.o.oD&. ..i
For the winter's ilcy at 1 1.3t uo r reaches: an age when it should be able to i! the good lady. It can't help but do you good.
Tht children are fast a.1.l Pin" <1.
control the it is afflicted !i "Oh. it means a woman who stays In Thelbottlecontains2t4time.
Then sink to a rc--y, stunr'! d, fr7Ys passage yet with asranch(actual mea. nl'l'ment)utbe trial shewhich tt
AVitb ixvtr .in upward spark| <. fly bed-wetting depend' upon it. the cause of t, t' house instead of :goin;: art to show Prepared by E.' Co De\\'ltot A Ca. ('blram Sold by an dealers, lI rlCt

i From the silent embtrs that: fads and die. the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first I', Iwrsei" explained: farmer vaguely. DeWIn's'neb uazcl salve soothing beaming application for 1I1l1'a. ". l'I'i
,; I Your work is done so put out ymr light; step should be towards the treatment of''1 "Then I'n not a heroine an' I'll aklna dlaeasea Beware ot counterfeits.John .
,; Sleep well. little flames; good night g tJnh.hl these important organs. This unpleasant :'
tIng: t' vicar to mind what he's say
t trouble is due to a diseased condition of the heppardHarA'is'l'harmacy Sidney Kami
f !lu::him The worM is all ash p. and bladder Ii-'," scnppnj the wife. "I po to his
the little that) 4I kidneys and not to: a habit as .. _
And star.- i>< P tir' most people church as much as t' other wen do. -- 1
pawn the chimaeMKit to 3 suppose. i
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I' Where the little srark. in ta I Women as well as men are made miserable an' he must be blind if he can't see me.
Twinkle softly in th- tAj.Vhispinug with kidney and bladder trouble Why. I'd live different colors In t'
\ a lu.1!: ," and both need the same great remedy. bonnet I wore last Sunday!"-London '

}f tJ -Coi.M.1. it L we.R The SWamp mild.Root and is the soon immediare realized. effect It is sold of Auswirs.Ir.rU. TRY UE !!I' WANT COLUMN't '


I \nnifi of Japanese *..1r14.t by druggists in fifty- "_ I ? TMC Ill's !'imt EarclnI /(.. I II I

+ql } Many of Use pretty :lld: l -"- v' :v' \\1KSt I IOM cent and one dollar .\, I ...:=6 :\ rk Twain was once asked by a II
little words that piii-s: lor II Sl:e". You may have a fY .
S(Eve ::1!> : I r H"C- '"" friend if he remembered' the first I --.
ja :apancse girls an- as I'imiu.iii1; in r.-ia: -1UU CESTEhriECE jbiiupto j sample bottle by mail N= i money he bad ever earucd.

f : ::.i"U as lu Japani('. It IN fl"l iiMiuiuiiitm : dinner < .II hartIle free, also pamphlet! tellHome cf Swawp-lOC< I "
u' "Y 's. answered Mr. Clemens puffing
all about it, of the
;e d'P+ for a Jap girl to U-jir the n.ajte ofi A dinner 1till acute 01 (' '!'"l'l'duae'l thousands ing of testimonial including letters many received meditatively on his cigar "I havea ISIM .A vey;

l Cover. On the other L.iwl. li >t'. .'\ r. i I end beautiful l lbiu;,;::. upprurriau' to I from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer distinct recollection: of it. When I u as

} .n;)!!) girls in Japan bear tic i.uie: of j jme >, I I & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., ts sure ana was a youngster, I attended school at SUCCESSOR TO VERY \VOOLFOLK

zt ?s d :* douiootiu u1c'ngllR.is i! i','vine! : pan The loavts: of this design furor A mention this paper. : a place vv here the use of the birch rod

; or dustbrtirh. Dunbtli-ss this rw-ults t' framework for the blossoms, and both Don't make any mistake. but re-I was nit an unusual event. It was IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
t : from the etitoai COIUIIUHI among: s-oiu-i are so tiuuased: that while ('OI1H'nI -
member the name Swamp Root. against; the rules to mark the desks in
.i ji'-ople of naming aliiiJ for the tir,;t i tioualized! as to nrrangemei.t, they do
; Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root and the any manner the penalty being a tine HARDWARE.
td lijt-t that strikes the eye after the I not in the least' violate the manner of addre, I5icgnaniton, N. Y., on of $;; or public cha t.5ement

: little one bas couuinto the woil
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)ii :, 1K are embroidered in deep yet soft shadesof one occasion I was offered the alter- Iron, Xail., Axes Bhovf i Haw Mill and Steambi

tj tEtff, {ti, TinDull.: Frt,cu. The orchids should! worked I native. I told my father and as he Supplies, Cooking; and Heating Htove, Paint, Oii-

i. = a There was trouble in the nursery. in purples and gold always a rich com Tuna of Food For the Atlantic. seemed to think it would be too bad Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fi-hint Tackle

t 4 fi Little Nellie had broken\ her dull and Iinatlon. The method of the f-titchery Commenting: on the tremendous for me to be publicly punished, he Agate and Tinware ana IlousefUruishing 0 .

t ... would not l lie comforted. That night Is featherstitch and this work shouldbe < amount of food consumed on the average gave me the $3. At that period of my 'JOls{

t; there was a new arrival in the house, | slanted toward time stem base of thetoner Atlantic liner nowadays, a writer existence $;v was a large: sum, while a LrAOEK8 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY'S
and nest day, afttr many injunctions and almost in in the :Springfield: Republican : "AtS
I :0I kept parallel the says whipping was of little consequence, Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
to be quiet, little Nellie was taken to I II..a'I'S.. Since to embroider a flower as comes" the monumental breakfast; at and so"- here Mr. Clemens reflectively Wheel Co., Liftiu & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Ktl-:

sec her new baby brother. She stood complicated, in form as this requires 11 the deck steward Oils up the comatose knocked the ashes from his cigar- somine, Iron Kin? and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm

{ y-l j t for a minute and gazed: in wonder on some sklli, an amateur should avail figures in the morgue with their "well," he finally added that was Coups & CO.' I Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury'-

3 the little bundle! in mule's arms. Then I herself of all possible helps. None is beef tea from those thick, obese English how I earned my first ?o." Made Railroad Colors.

toddling: around to her mother and more desirable than color studies.If cups; at 1 the magnanimous lunch- Masonic Temple, @ Pensacola Fla.

1 K I h stroking! h< r face tl'utI'rly.It..:> said: these wore obtained and followed iron; at o the sleepers assaulted by the

,. "Me won't break your dollie, muvverr I more often by the embroiderer as theyI deck steward again; at 7 the awesome Furniture and Hanging -

j jut I are by the decorative painter we English dinner; at tl:CO a trilling lunch Elaborate cornices and mantels! should

i. !j would Late better needlework. There to ballast you for bed. Besides this barbaric The Star
II be banished from the house It is too
dy \ a Good Needle. I are many beautiful orchid studies, as mounds of sandwiches, olives, difficult to dust them. The walls shouldbe Laundry,

+ r6' "ITo'dt) you spell [H'l'llItHuhby?** | these tlowcrs! are favorites in decoraI cheese: crackers, perpetually stare you finished with smooth paper or paint

+ asad! the Uaclicr. "N,('.i-II 1 e, needlo' I live art With one before the embroidery lu the face in the smoking room rood,
that dust will not find
so readily a lodgment -
a was thi reply. "Wroiiu'," said the I frame the worker can shade food 1. food; the sight and smell of Itpursue and a wall mop will free the wall Biggest, Busiest, Best!

teacher "there I is no iin 11I..lIe,11 ." ) correctly as well ns follow the lines the unwilling stomach in every cf what dust would adhere. Hugsshould

t ''j : ",,-, then, 'taiii't a :good urcdle'd ."- ] which indicate texture, as a guide to torncr of the place; food tasted, wasted be adopted in place of carpets

Little Chronicle. the thrown There is
I proper stitch direction.I'.efore nway. one port where possible. The windows should
setting the work the frame hole on the steerage deck from the
on
A cf allow! and be
ti lln-.he IMirnt. sunlight free access not
; tine buttonhole rll should, be ;galley apparently which belches it They Speak,1.Thfrfi
f Ten nlnutos! cf labor by use man i is a embroidered covered with heavy draperies which

th tg ,trim? I I. E" that I b; uow riii':red to produce a''j jbuslul I all round the outer outline forth in a continuous 'trl'am-hllf not only exclude light; and air but absorb .

;-1,i4' ..qI of \\hoat. la lsT.) it rl'lluir'dtllrl'C : of the design. The embroidery can loves of bread ;great remnants of meat: odors and hold the dust. Very I
nfteruurd be carried down we have left a trail of it across" the Atlantic. .
| close! over '
hours and tl.ree
minuet'stJ elaborate! carvings are undesirable. In
this.! It is not supposed to show ranch, If some ore would only estimate ; for Themselves-!
-- fact furniture and hangings that Co _{
; c i Isle of rinn HixuN. j I I meicly to fortify the edge so it can be the tons of wa--t Hl fo cut out whoa the work is ar! annually thrown into the Atlanticor I
In the Is'.> cf Man roadare main- complete. considered at once to be insanitary.The ,
taioed by the rtvei.uu from Iwo sources :I The work should be (.'Ie on a round could calculate how much cheaper I wall papers, draperies and car- ,r Weletth-- > !rand -

4s .\, -a Enisll trx: U.IIIUf \\ heel :and'' weave limn of ga"I quality. It is no these steamship companies could give pets should be free from arsenic. uJ'e Luund-r: r.

'k elwl hoof and a 1R l .vy upon every male economy to put needlework! on !inferior tu our travel if they substituted plain i i themselves. They will '. l.h

gr V ; 1 : Inhabitant, who citikt give :t day's \\orkoa materials.-Lilian ISarton Wilson in self! respecting fare for this gilded gluttony I| tlJ'tIJ'e can. We: want to !h< :

, d t lie road or its r-iuivakTit iu cash. Collier's. it would certainly be interesting There i i3 no coasrh medicine popular r morel).*" the work we do t .
,1i as Foley's Honey and Tar. It
and worth v hie.I .
contains: no opiates or prisons and I what we say.
.. II '* c : t. Paul's. never fails to cure W. A, D'Alem
How f..w"oIlIl'I1e'l'r attain the fac-
.
St. I'liul's Guillotine and Its It entor.
The
rathfUral was built froma \ berte, 121 S. Palafox Kt.

tax: : <\a std coaL ulty of holdins up the skills on rainy One of the most widely disseminated ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods CallEd for and Mmni Ftc
days with ease and daintiness! Although of popular errors is that Ir. Cuillotin

W. A. Herrpn uf Finch. Ark., : it Is the rule to wear flucucetlunderskirts invented the, trim machine which still GENERAL FIIK.NCH bCHKDUIJ- I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
that almost! touch the
write*, "! wish to report that FoINv't I I bears the naui The real inventor r.f Following the schedule of the
I hlnf'1" 'lire has cured! it terrible I ground, petticoats! that reach only to this sinister! connivance was l>\'. government steamer General French I WALKER INGRAHAM. Manager.

rise of kidney and bladder tioubjo the lop of high boots have liithertolean Louis! a will luioun medical man and which THE NEWS prints for the

ots it two doctors hart .MVPH up \\'. the rule, and on rainy days these !permanent secretary of the Parisian benefit of the merchants who ship' I

1 r \. D'Alrtiiberce, 121 ;.S. Pil It.Xt.. are till reverted to. When out walk. School of Medicine, or Academic deMedicine. their goods to the various army WEEK.L.YFOR: MCIIEDL Lt'
rt. tug the dl'l'r''owm: arranges her posts i :

LAKE ,TE.e.\1ER I IN >RCUBLE.BannocJburn !skirt and then with one hand or perhaps Hr. iuillotia who died in 1S14. 1 Leaves FeDSICOA! ........ ...... ... 7rga. m. STEAM DIVISION
1 tf two she lightly KHs: it so that it energetically Leave. Karraocas_........ ........__.... 7&i a. m. PENSACOljA 1ARPER1
; but vainly protested against Leaves Pickens ..... ..._. ..._......_ ":00 a. m. KIjKCTlilCTKKMlHiURAILWAY
; on Rocks: Abcve Mic.x.ipcctn falls; evtnly nil r. ulld. This is where the! use of his name iu connection with Leaves liarrancnn... ... .........._.._.. $:15a. m. COMPANY.Tr .
the knack conies in says a wriUr in Leaves Vensucola .. .._.....___, .. _Iul5 a, m.
fu3: Goes to Aid. Ms disagreeable subject-an evidence, Arrives Unrrancis 11U a. m. and then leave PentacoU lor the Llttli
'I r ;r Chlcaj-o, Nov. 2*.-The steamer Majestic : the Louisville I'u"t. To hold: up a if one were wanted of the great difficulty makes a trip to KorlMcHee and then re- fI..ou, Big: Bayou, rrington, Navy Yin
w. !-kirt on (,uN side! and let it the turns to larrancai. and Fort iiarraaoai ate:50 I
.$ bound tins n. Las reported: far sweep there is of correcting a popular! L..aT<>s Karrancad .. ....................... 1:1\ p. m. wtllsKr .
' Jt ground on the other is very natural error. NwnlU ss to that the Leaves Pickena ... ..... .... ..... ... .. 1:25 p. m. a,in.arrive at Fort Barracoai 7li D ,
a certainty that the wreck previously! !but it is not soul taste and when It say legend Lnaves Peaiacola ... ............... ..... 4:;au p. m. luau.in.arrive at *ort Barrancaa lOa, a.n
reported oa the! locks above :\lkhil'l' that Dr. (; illt1ns among; the victims Leaves Pickens .. ...... ....... ....... 5:15 p. m. 1IOp.m.arrtveatFortKarraaea, ltlp ab M7
,y [ falls evenly all round and the frills of of his friend's ingenious and Arrives Harrancas EHO: p. m, and make 8:80 p. m. arrive at Furl llarraacai 4:16 p n
merciful
vD a r rotec. i" the rannockliurn. says a sppoial the petticoat are almost if not quite trip to McK..a and ritorn. <: 6p.m. arrive.a. Fort Rarra: ca. 7Olpn
to instrument of destruction is fcwvp.in arrive at rort Barrancas 8: fip.oTrains )
The Record-Herald the
\VednesdaysandSaturdays
/ fiom Siu.t !
visible\ the t4 Ste Marie: j.irh. Tae :Majestic! did treme. One of the thins! that are wholly HTyphl. lie died at a good boat wiil: leave "Barrancas via Pick- oola at
old and in his! bed, surrounded by for Pensacola at 6:30
ae ins n.
., p.
not run in close eraugh to :learn much at school in New York is bow
taught a ... .
; T:15a.m. arrive at Pensacola 8:00.,
his The General French i is for u
children who however, obtained army
.' concerning her hut the captain statf to bold up the skirt; gracefully.' 11:00 p m. arrive at fenea.ola_...._.ll.i3 p.n
permission ta change their! came.Onliinril ;purposes only and any outsider must 2JO p, m, arrive at Penaacola''.... :2M p. u
that unless the wind! slionM! shift theieIs I lave a pas; from the quartermaster 5:00 p m arrive Pensacola ...... 6; 5puT
no danger nf her breaking' ur immedialely. ,, lime (bllilreii Mmulil Sleep :i take passage o i her.CHOICEST. :O) p. m. arrive.at Penaacoia I:4Jp
She is now rather high: I Sweden a committee was recently I Show In 11111,. '8t5. p. m. atPeu.aooia._'_ 5Gaa ,
All social life is .M.turO..onl1FARK
over Italy characterized -
l t out under the ire of the ninth shore, appointed by the Jo'rnnellt.JS the L4--
I by a great love of outwmlhow, FOB WITS DATA
Xiv York Times for the of
anl a wind from trross the lakeit' PIHTO'-O.
lii';'"- is ai an(t-i!\)te which Mr. LulgiVill.iri niaoola to Yon Barrauea,and return ti
Tro:hl brrak her Tlie :Iseertantllg' : how many hours children
up rapidly. I relates in "ltal ;1n Life: In Town Pentacolato Navy Yard and retoro KfPeuiAoola
s tug no'r. on. of the" Great Lakes Tow. of various ages ought to bleep in order and Country" to illustrate this national -oFf to Palmetto Beach ana rejcrn ikSCHDAT Famous at home for

ing coaipiny: Ceet lu.s been sent to that they may be able to study prop- I tCEIDDDB.Whei .

her aid. I NI AeciTilIn I-. ; ; to the report' forwarded to tee.\:.iur Ami-rican: gentleman who was f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERI ij f fAT open coacbes.W4ttaer parmiti the running c Generations past:

> I the winter in Nc had Famous all
rt tt L he minister of education children' whoart' hpouln g Pies Leave Peaiaaola. Lv Fort Barrsvo. now over
),+ 'kt rim Sleeping Babe Is Suffocate J. i i i taken' a Hat i in a palazzo the tirst floor earn, 10 a, m,
four old t.houhll'll' twelvej
<
years 'p 11 a, m. U ni the World.For
Asheville X. C., Xov. 29.-A 12- .! I of which: was occupied by a noble fauiily lp.ro. I p.m. .
j i hours children who are seven years C. APOSTLE'S
' ti i ', months.oH chit was suffocated at'i' | ia ",.mt'\\ hat reduced circuuisiancos. I p. m I PI m. Sale byDannheisser
i! old even hours children who are nine I' I
pm p.m.
': the IJn.'lry training school :Z miles i lie noticed: to his surprise! that
; i old hours chiljren who p.m pm.
ten
, |I years are j I 14 East GoTfirmem st. Bros.
F from here. The youn; mother of the I i ichHd from two!veto fourteen years old from j I J every day! lie met a servant going: up ( II. m. ( p.m.

left: it asleep\ ] in a room which !j nine to ten hours and those who are I or clown the! stairs carrying a [>.iir of Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htai ( I p. m.FABB FOB CUH9AT fp.m.

a caught fire by the ignition of towels .! from fourteen to twenty-one years old ('.!rriajre doors. At last the mystery One car-load of Pineapples at gaga feniaoouto ortuamaoai MITT -

*; ;4 banging near a stove, and before tin ''i j froM nine to ten hours. It further I was tiplained.! The said noble family to |2.00 per dozen. lard aad to rltlrll---Palmetto Bi._>.:li_ta.f.nrtu aPeaiiaoit I DR. KING'S

. # I; Infant could re rescued'" it had been 'j I points out that anu-mia and weaknessI shared a carriage; with some other peo- ',,' __. "-___ Ih

'ttt suffocated. This school is conducted I j I in children are frequently due to lack I II pbut! cacti had its own doors with No iff ighl elv"d altar':16 a. m TRY NEW DISCOVERY I
the! family coat of ':, to make their
arms
in connection with the -
I rescue work!I of sleep. I
friends believe that both bad LODGE FOR THAT COLD.
for fallen : i they DIRECTORYKNIGHTS
It ,RE women Many well known I i7'lTi. Iii t'neallintt.
people, including\ GeorgeV.. Vander- I I II To brighten silverware use ammonia I carriasess. g e., Every Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

} ilt; contribute to the support of tho i i in the water you wash it in. To clean OF PYTHIAhPenKacola + laiulerttkdandllnaldtnuw' Cures ConsumptionCough.3,

in. titutlon. This accident is the first j I sinks bathtubs, washbowls, granite, I felt DUtraat. I r L ,'3. 'll M4R\U about Whirling the 1&0 Spray nk-rfa Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma

4.i t' In the history! of the institution. j I iron etc.. use kerosene washing In "Thst you lack." said the person I Lodge No. 3, K, of P., \'- -.J e1 Tbeeewtyl..lerd.r.. Imjrt

1 hot soapsuds afterward To clean a I I'I' j I who reads your character, "is self con- meets every Monday &' tan and aurttv.f 1I<-I1"relt1100t PneumoniallayFect'rlletr .
even 'nrea.tnt
A MrKlnler: Tree.A 'I' copper kettle use a piece of lemon !i iI fideuct'- lug atT&i at Cattle Hni '" '*'. ..U.I."I risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness
II
giant seipuoia: in the Mariposa : dipped In salt Hub well Use one j "I cant help it," said the young! .J ,\ in Bnll the Ung.Eloant third floor.- Watioi Id1r.eraAe11 If b.."*nnoliap|>ljh. ( i..... r Sore Throat, Croup and
/wove has Ut-n selected to be named j I teaspoonful of pulverized borax In : "You see I was for a number of Visiting brethren oord.allj 91 tRI KL. a.rcpt 00 Hjgr. I
man'j' weloomed other, bat wnd for II. { Whoopia Cough.
lump
;! AVllliani MeKinley. It stands between the water you boll clothes in. and it i I employed In the work of : H. A. LEI:. Jiumifil tnuk-+.J.LItrnyp
,
the 1Vashm ton and Lincoln trees and ere loll unmuire and itin' mn*In. / t
" will leave them beautifully white and I weather predictions HOBBLEB: UC ,,m&l>i.t,Um. M.\lULLt: Is e&tirnated to be S.OJO years old. I pure I Star. K. R. oa 8. Room 2o: Times BIdg., New York. Price SOc; and SI. TRIAL tOTTLES FREE.

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I >, ; made biscuits and cakes from Presto and they were delicious and light. No trouble with it at S vs of
yt! 'I all. It certainly beats the old method and is much quicVer.and that's what American people want. ".

'i (,, Dupont Circle, Washington, D. C., October J?, 1901. Alfred Scbmffner, with Mri. L. Z. JUiter,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY DECEMBER 1 tSO2. '

l! ,.: c, ;
f
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SHOT HIS'WIFE THEN "HIMSELF. .
THIS VERY FAST AGE. MI
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Showing Still niinatl.Crd In Spite of Oar Tre- Woman Is Dead but Man Will Recover I .

niendoa Speed Development -Both Negroes. l'j

a to Some show people age before begin The more civilized men become the Charlotte, N. C., Nov. 29.-Becau3e : j\ .., -.

1\g ,0 the meridian of life more restless. The) aboriginal brotherwas his wife had him arrested for an 9.: "j I:,
furs I-' tempt to kill ( it4aii1Atfor i
is! reached, or they her John '
never in a hurry, but he managedto Carter negro, : I :
r If their days. They are porter of the
'1 North State Club fireda 1.1 f
get around to his last resting placeon : I
tm'1ft'r, r Laggard and sickly, bullet through her brain then si !
turn
"t" ofn. time.It '
ache I
front an or pain ed the pistol on himself and pulled the 11 ? .
is said that the old Dutch galley- I '
1 trigger.
<- Though Carter had the ) I "
stiffness in muz-
'
chisensations joints, weak stomach and man of the last': century was always zle of the weapon against his left infants and Children. ,a : :: :

if t, n :k of energy, and drowse satisfied if he got to the West IndiesIn C temple when he fired, the bullet made 1'' + ; 'it

,r, '.?, etc., show that old age his flow mo'lng'acht'" lit a year. S only a flesh wound, passing around the The Kind You Have Always Bought bas borne the signature 1 1 I i i J

-> n.ft 11 ahead weak ofand We now cross': the ocean in less than I e forehead inside the skin and comingout of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his i iI I : .

Fix days, lout are no better satisfied over the right eye. personal supervision for over 30 yeiirs. Allow lio one I :I

: LLI tl, ,n,c more miserable often t t than the mariner of old. Kecently the The woman, Maggie Carter, died a to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and : :; Itl 1 :

t_ t : ns of de- Kroiirrinz Wilhelm made the voyage few hours after the shooting. "Just-as-good" are but Experiments and endanger tho ; J ,ft'

k ',j" wilt; fl e. h from Cherbourg to New York in five Carter became angry with his wife health of Children-Experience against Experiment. .d;:, '!11'1 '
e) .. ,I taint ort A vegetable liquid for governing 01 because she '
I' .t. ,'t r e dccripmtltess- days, eleven hours and fifty-seven min- equalizing the flow of women's menses he went to dinner was not and at attempted home when to The Kind You Have Always Bought J' J' 'j

'\: utes, making an average gait of 23.09 which occur once in every lunar month.: stab her. He was bound over to ,

-t ;nation and a general knots. Her owners are no better satisfied from the recorder's court 1 Bears the Signature of ; : .t
BRADFIELD'SFemale court and met his '
itt in of the blood; and than though Fhe had not beaten her wife ,} I '
1j
of i9 on the street when she was go- j :
( weight drag.
; years
;nt own l,et previous 'rformaueo ,
to an untimely old age and iK by RegulatorIs Ing home from the court house. The : Y tIn

:r itr.icted torture three hours. They are still looking: for shooting followed. I :

the blood and toning up another record. the essential quality of powerful herbs.It .! 1- I, .
is
.1 n shin;{ is equal toS. S. S. We now h:1:1 running horse': that women's a concentrated delicate essence best adaptedfor SPARTAN MERCHANT SUICIDES. i. .'
and 5u
organism,
ti -i the system all the waste "loos a mile In 1:2: ? 4-.">. A ;great trotter such form that it is always put t."J,
b is been' : accumulating forE properlyassimilated { !
!': t t',a the blood rich and has been nearly Mowing Its lungs out and taken into the system. George Collins Fires Two Balls: Into Use For Over 30 Years. '
pure
tite and digestion, and to make a mile;) within two minutes fur Stoppages,suppression, painful or othe His Brain. r"r cre..un co" ."., n Muon.......n. NEW y05. CITT 'f" .
i
.tire body scenic tune past. Vanderbllt's automobile Irregularity of the menses and sickly flows Sparta, Ga., Nov. 29.--George Col- tl """" ,=c.--- .y -II r 'I tNIi1INI .I, \

has Iweu driv mile In 43: 3.5 are corrected and cured by the regularuse "
-ly vegetable remedy, nx lins, a prosperous young merchant, has -- --- ,
.r and tonic for old pea seconds.! Great locomotives now will I of this superior enlmenagogue. committed suicide 1i 1

I) are beginning to show puil! heavy express' trains a mile a min- Menstruation, or periodic flows, necessitate twice through the by shooting himself = 11 W. B. J .
r run down condition of ut:'. a breaking down of cells lining the head. -'C.f"1f WRIGHT COmPANY t H ;
h. pure blool there is mucous membrane and a construction lIe left his: store about 12 o'clock, \i :
Not loss wonderful are our records of after sickness which is ; his rI
1 >:oj>le should not re- every cccnipa- and continued absence caused a i i
I d osition i and buoyant spj-d on the water. A short time ago nied with marked congestion and loss of search. His body was found about \\I' i VJ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 1: :: j !

I 43 spirits of youth. the Arrow shamed a mile;) In less than blood. Such changes: arc very apt to produce i I 5 o'clock with two bullet holes throusfb "

1 f youbaveacan- 1m. )Is. Otlnr rivals had formerly: I chronic catarrh. Leucorrhea or f -,.. -.1 LUMBER LATHS : I 1 ,
Whites is the result of these irritating dis- : his head. The revolver and a razor ... ,
ceroussoreRhcumatism crept to nearly the j-pccd. but the :I I
up
i charges. Regulator cures these troubles were en the: ground near the corpse. I
i w or any ofthealmeetseom Am i\\' now lM'ar* the I ; : ;
L jj champion's record.
\S? 5 and restores to perfect health the patient No cause can be assigned for th; "jj SAWED CTPEES3; SHIKBlES-flll-DritJ)! ; : :
,* : lIt r nror.l moans th.lthe can who suffered the losses.
t:= about it, and our debilitating i act. The trtedy occurred 6 miles j
mi without charge. travel! fQrt --tln' mill's an hour which Euy of druggists $i.oo per bottle cast of this place, where his store is --. $ :- PEXHAL'OLA. FLA. ::
Is tho siHK-d of an ordinary locomotive Our illustrated book mailed
-"Ill Diseases free.s free located. He was apparently doing I i 'i
and if it coull t> > i'IC Co., Allar.ta: Ga. a good businers. and was regarded as L :
\vculd send
LIT in
threeOa
to
g. Kurope i i i i! THE BRA3: FIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta Ct a very successful business man.: COAL AND WOQDm ,: : .

He left no message for his relativesand .
,> tilrnsitVunma.. .Hp strength! of the .\rro\\"' per-;i I i p
friends who :are greatly grievedover .
-t wonderful teach- foruiancos they are now tiznrin! ,:;:: on a 1 j I The World' Largest Crab. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L a (iEI; TRAP 1 I,
'I the deed.
i 4tt'r heard of," three day ship; to EUlll11e and say that How would you like to have: a crab I! j it
THIS WINTER THAN EVE KFCRE
tin I Is I Is like this squeezing toe when
ctrl: who recently I'l.iii very feasible: It a moreqnt.tion your you it

I ''iiuTMty of Chi- of mathematics to lay out a go bathing? The gigantic Japanese FELL FIFTY FEET TO DEATH.Jim I ; : 1. !t

"- highly; npprqirl-) ship after the pattern of the Arrow j crab measuring twelve feet Is proba- SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOi/tf.

i ''i ilram: and she TOO feet long and with a proportional :i I lily the largest crustacean in the world. Bain Stepped: Into Well Hole of : '

1 Inter of it. She driving power that would send 111'1'I I The specimen is a typo of the spider Building. Thompson, Olsen & C.e ; 1. .1.1I > r

ii, a tI..ticatcIl noro-s from New York to Uvcrpiml in !j I' crab, which! Inhabits the waters of the Greenville, S. C.ov.. 20: ,-While I

;:i factory. She three days. On paper: we already have group of islands: forming tbe empireof working on the addition to the mill of Manresa Street, Telephone 147. II

1 I I'j j i. M and the diuh it-Detroit Free l'ivs. Japan. The body portion is the size the American Spinning company Jim '___ = '- _--::-=---__ __ ___ :0-- ,

.!in".i-i (Vntrul and of a half bushel measure, while its Bain a carpenter, fell from the fourti! ESTABLISHED 1S63. I

two great arms or "feelers" could easily distance of 55 feet
:- -.sn A. M and an Comjiasi That Steers lij- !Star. story, a His -- I

plr.hirian and a encircle the figure of a man. Its head struck the ground floor first,
One of the mo>t Important anti far-
McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
> <. .11'lu-s school and reaching inventions to the maritime I eight arms or legs resemble huge mashing it almost into a jelly. Sa t ;

.' :t number of a]- bamboo i world ever recorded the San -OKALIBS 19-
... ,. Imshltlll says I and If strung into one line they of lumber jl f
owns a ; Francisco Call has been and backed unconsciouslyinto !
: patented byCaptain
;:ill. a Tfectly IJo'MTt' T. Lawless of the j" would reach to the top of\ four story I a well hole used for conveying Ship Chandlery and General .nardWaJle. j i j I.
Mrainard.If apartment building. One of the extraordinary
1 ill < Mrs. steamship Australia of the Oceanic! I lumber from the first floor. l
I peculiarities! of this crab
\ 4'iliCta0.. Steal n'-hip company. The lawless invention Deceased leaves a widow and one 80S AND B05 8. PALAFOX KTKKKT.REVERE '
i-i the faculty of assuming a disguise
Is called a "stellar rOlllpa's"lI1I1 | child. ..
... i
AGENOY
i of seaweed and -
by affixing pieces
,i !vI!tars. I ,
i 1 ihrat! two parts "jrroat circle course projector. ly ('j j sponges to the 1 body. I COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A, ROEBLINO'fl H01H CO.'fc I : I
this invention Captain Lawless asserts ROE A. RUKHEL BON'S PCLIPS.Cimt '
GALVANIZED WIRE
d ud! i 6 : !
: 1. une part
it is possilil" to steer a ship after dusk I (

1 ,)' \Iy;: 1 lH>ur out, by fixing the ci.mpis: < on a particular ]j i .Norway Hotel Syntem. CsrICs fcUti! Cs!! !I:!UI! initrantssts: CiJUt! dllwrt; ; SiiluCOMPA8SK9. '
There is I hotel invogue i I'
: a capital: sjstem:
.1 I bit"1'11) st.-r. thereby insuring; the straight: rh'g cignatura! !i on every box of tho gcrminaUiiaiivc IKO3. F7O: ; ,
in certain parts Norway.: In
: i :.a soldering cojjrse <>f the vessel throughout; the i j 1 rorno'Quinine Tablets C. Ucilenzie Oertinsj Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asaa I ;;
l IfU liv the villages where no hotel exists one of ; ..i ,
fixed certain the remedy that cold in one iey
night.! When once on a i cores a elation : .
... ?onseholdLitharge) the more prominent inhabitants Is subsidized r\ ,
star, the i.ew: invention will hold t<> it '
.. by the Norwegian government If you want a good Bedstead -
antic: shifted to :111'thH'I"nt.! Croat

t ,.. -'stciicy! things are t'\)lI't'tl by the maritime accommodation !! or a nice Crib for the THE GARDEN SECTION' i: : Ii <
!.rttI" .
',,,1 i..: ronty-$ world from the lawless machine. The I I \'l. may I\\baby, go to Marston <5'$ if' f
r.ipteln : "In my eoiujwi-s Siutiliciily o-OF-o 1
siys
chooses, but four is tbc minimum. The Quina's.Me.llcal.
and usefulnes-i thetroiu'et rec- { "
accommodation and food supplied are 'I .
onniendati' to the seafaring 1 .:'Imu- Society, Attention .Florida. 1.
'
excellent and the charges: are very ,
PILES.' uity. Men who finis the sea to whom !
moderate. There will be a regular meeting! of
I
".; -tly r..pnni !iblt' I have shown it pronounce it a valuable I .he Pen accla Medical Bociety:! at Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.I I i ; ;i 4 :

': '-' ..i '. r.i.. dry faeces aid to iriviiration. It is a calculating : i 'inrmeit loop ,:,e hoard of Health offce it <

"'w''/N, !pre-s on the machine and noils l no computation t Loops for hanging; :: u;1 garments are : )'clccKp.m. Tuesday. Dec 9 and :!:5. ;

...extent that the of any kind. It can be used with the j continually breaking. .\ serviceable I Visiting physicians are ccraiailj Beautiful Lots for Sale. I' .

sun, I'nion or planets as well as the 1 lap Is made by cutting a strip of kid ,nrited to attend

A S. I ">d f interfered I, fixed stars" from an old glove, rolling in it a piece DR.W. C. DEWBFRY, 4.0x137feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- i' f ,

the rectum be- J of coarse string and sewing; the edges Prosidciit. ing to location and surroundings. i !j ,
I piles is the re-I DR. I. DEM. BLOCKER, ,
vf the kitl1Jl'ulI)' together.; m25ttf/ Secretary.Notice .
THERE is ONE RATIONAL WAY to
"
-'ipation bv using I, treat nasil catarrh : the medicine is i Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View I

\ ii-l:. the piles will applied t-t to the alf'-ctpd mem- i ANXIOUS MOMENTS. I Is hereby given that the underi High, Dry Fertile Lands. : I

1 not to.i far ad- I brane. Tne reinfdy is Elv'a Cream i silnt'd'I11 on the :!pith day of December,
of the anxious hours of
f \ II EPA TIC UnA i* enl Halm. It restores the fait imed tissues Some most i l 11\)!. npply to the Governor of the State olHorlOH .
a mother's !life are those when the for letters Incorporating us
patent The grandest opportunity for investment ever
effects it .
irritating
: to a healthy state without drying little OIIP* of the household: have the I and our atlsl's! 10 accordance*1th the laws ;
I\ I i': i in advanced cases. all the life out of them and it 'croup. There is no other medicine I of Florida, under tbe following charier, loi offered in Pensacola. : I
?of t. Sold by all gives! back the lost senses of taste i I w it: I I
f-tfective in this terrible malady 1. The nRI1IPOr the corporation shall be
: and smell.! The sufferer who is tired I las Foley'* Honey and Tar. It is a i "The OsceoUC'lub Company," and its placeof I Home Seekers Should See These Lots. t : .
f vain experiments should Florida. '
| USP household favorite for throat and business Kfccambia county .
Cream Balm. Diujrgists sell it for | Z Jbetfeueral nature of the business to be
'. Mrnii nh al. I 11 lout troubles, and as it contains no transacted shall be the acquisition by pur- I
150 ct<. Ely Hrothfr: 5t! Warren of real and personal V---Clubbsil I;
opiate: or other poisons it can be cha'-e or otnerwise .A.
., Oh. I just adore poet; I Street, New York, will mail. it.llrxt given. W. A. D'Alemberte I property, the boldidg, use, rental and dis
s-tfely M
,
""ulful expression Mr.IpYou ---- -- pustIOIibysale' ol tlie same.and the doingof I
1121 t S. Palafox Ht.i I to said business
L a'i things Incidental ,4
,
I convenient or necessary for the carrying i Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. j f 'I''I'I.
: Would have avri'Nsiciii With vt"reds.The i out of said purposes II i I. ,

; too if you wereJ iiumrt.int| difference tK'tiveen theinteii'iie Mrs. Dillon Passenger on Urr.brla.I I :1. 'the amount of the capital tock shall, ',
divided into shares of ills) i
, and the extensile farmer Is 29. be t.5sI0I 1".0 BRENT, W"I.HKSOWLtoM.oNK.HYtR: JR., J. H. KKKSS.Ctsbler. ; "
London. Nov -
1 in your board L'll as beI. I Among the pas each and shall be payable In cash upon the :
1 "I I I.V,tklv.Toollinolip.. the former keeps his soil busy all the sensors who will sail on the steamer I completion of tho organization of ibis com I PresldeoVlcefrt'tilddot.. Ass't Caibter. .
Tbe etookholders may by by-laws !
year round and the latter prows! a single : Umbria from Liverpool today is Mrs adoplid pany. by a three-fourth vote, andamendable f

crop nnd then )lets his land rest I Dillon wife of John Dillon the Iris only by a like vote place such i R i

: PiO.'ii buffering: : ; from tootb- until the next year because he doesn't leader. A dispatch from London under I i to restrictions ISPO-"O'acd stock limitations and time pardons upon tbe to whom right I Ii I, First National .nan k !

. -.',. want to eshau it: but he lets it exhaust yesterday's date announced that I it mav lie I transferred as they nmy d..eiunt. ,I I I :
I 4. The said corporation shill exist for II i
Viiavn't itself by producing a crop of had h hfay
slept a wink fort Jlrs. Dillon been suddenly sum- ninety-nine years from the date ofUr: atI I
I
Mi .',- -- I listless needs. moped to Chicago ', lug letters patent to It. -
; \\ : her husbanJ '
I
I :i. The business shall be conducted bv a'' !PENSACOLA. :LA. S i : '*;1
':n I U it .1 back one orNi >11 Moilrrn 1Sarsnii" ire IIIIm.. :. is lying ill.Pool. 1! board of five directors, a president and a I i :
: r'v: mi! hiii-band's: tooth. necretaiy and treasurer The directors shall 'I
I I j All ttret'tots ships are calve l monitors I be elfcted annually at a lutellng of the DXn.EO O t;;;" e I.I'j i

after I'riesson's e.It'l1ratt'lll'hil'. Monitor. :i Rooms sto.kLohlt'rs to be held on the first Monday '
:\ 'I a lln-unin 1':1). | a Nuisance. I I i in liecemher of each year and the out WM. H. KNOWLE!.l V/. A. BLODNT P. C. liHB.:'T. N. B. HYIIR. JL : r
All modem warships meant to l.unsuile. Nov. 29.
-Judse MrCann. i shall be elected by the board of dirto-
cera D. 0. BBKK1: A
11 :' it l I
.r | ram end to that end are built with a of the police court, decided touay that tors ac a m..llnl to be held on the i t : ,:
',\;i.iiiuU.iu; bargains.Vas iaine day. Tnlll the first election A.M.Averv "
project;: I-raw under water extendingto : the local ordinance closing pool rooms A. Brooks i ii ::1 r'
"ball be president. A. sec- I l' q ) i
I :i time i v. lii-n you .tlu't: ? a considerable distance from the was valid.! lie said it could only I,' i retary and treasurer, and the said persons, i iI I n a n'i i I '
: Yi-s, sir: wt-dJin I "II.r..ilh.K Hyer.Jr., r. B Hater: r ZM..& { U A lla! l'
o- : on my :; I : m 4
regular how 1'ne. There are I.) ves:
as rams uou sdavs. lcssn'.> I S rocirs as a nuisance from dar to day. board of directors. ,I
Monitor not built with II lI'tljl'd.l'I'oW I 01. The hlKhest amount of Indebtedness to |, I
was ) I '
which the corporation can at any time bubo I II
i'I.nll of Proof lug or LI.ak.8 a matter of fact Orlpln of Pit- fled (':ii' rt liberf). I I J..t itself .Iieat he $2iuSt: draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Jrelat I

.t makes you think your l all modernhips of war are rams in II Tl'e red raptif I llbvrty: had a very p0- following 7. i he said aiiiountsof suhsci'ibers stock subscribe to-' it: for the Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland: Spam, Eelgiam RuBbla, Bci I i.l'; J

[ hi ait1 so horrid V I everything but name. sale': .'ri;=in. Instead <,f being: the A. M. A .. .. ....-...... ..... shares, I ned8n.. Denmark. and other European countries. I ,; 1 ..1
\ ; ,.c ;.irl friends ask for -_ I j I l A. A. rooks very ....... .. ....-. .... 1<> .. way 0
I .. .... I r
galleyslave's III"
i L'Mlo friends don't 1'or O u'r Sixty Years I 1 .W.K.Hyt'r.Jr.... I.Ha5erman----------------- lei ., vVeasoU i3hnrgfld) upon the Moat Fatcrablp Terrrs, and theft : i

Chlll n"iiucit J. )\. I Oblige tionsTatsc Payable at Port of ne-tjpaUoa Ten or Fifteen :
j )1 RI. \\iN9u>w'8 SOOTHING SYarp bat {: lit. went to the :gal-: i Days

: N more distressing thane II I been used for over sixty yearn by ruilltonsol ; lojs for their! '.hartin the Nancy riots: j| after V tasal Arrives i"6r.1 I : 1

i tr.} '11; to act old or old.L mother) for their children while teething ': were released and came Into Paris with In witnet! hereof tho above mentioned ------ 1 j jr.
subscribers have hereunto signed their safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Goxxaootioz :. ; j
I
, to .;C't young.-Chicago: with perfect success. It soothes the child j the red fps still on their\ heads. They names. j I II .
II|I soften. the gumsallays all paincures wind ;, arc t1"ittlrn i of despotism! snIt trio I I (Signed) A. M.AvERl. ': 'with which Tire hnv a Prigs u&rtment. for the Her : t

voile And 1> the best remedy for 111UrboO'a 1 A. \. HR'IOK\. l of RAutA'rW. i, ;
people! for:::ettln: the rimimstances of 1 W. K. H\EKJR.. ;
L Hom.nnj Tar It will relieve tbe poor little nafTerer liemediately. 1 the lint an.l so the led cap l lame the I J M. KOHEKTS. -I S .,
nlw1F'
Sold F. B. liA6Isk AY.I .
by J'rugglusluen-n' pan t
"mis.'h and h"al!* the I | favorite with tb? extreme party. ;
lungs
11', b'titutes.V.> A. D'Alem- Be of tbe sure world.you ask Tuentj-flve for"M rs.Window's cents a Booth-bottle I I i novl7oawInlheJostles.- r WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! \ I' ; ;

S J .1hfox ti'.
Hyrup. take no other kind. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT. .
tag of the Peace Court, Second .. Write ta+la! y fn r mr luirt-
Many broad minded physicians District, Kscambia county, Florida. s some ILU..11I1t-d sataiu4liP RE.\!,1 ur.l.ETtERS ; I
dAI1W ; R A..L V I Ivs. i'I I andbt.1 t-aimf trfmioiii from "c 'atu5. Sad
Iha damages Fa.
IT 5/ oar Mail M slrc!"parb .
)'.it heal.nt; I I .red.at .copr
Jn
th4 -
:: 88 ve worlrf they have never found ?o safe and IJ.'I Johnson. s I I puruisw loflf ft ft: a I.er'nnw I a "f *tlirir rmpor '0( J atS., !....... ; r. sI

Grist and Corn Peal Mills( i reliable a remedy for throat and The defendant J. I}. Johnson and all oth- I, S :: choir*tif ome of H ih nuvomr 4
this medicine. er p"8)nS interested, are required to ap- t] lung troubles a? great I Ki....... ,
CASTORIAr Dear lu above cause on the rule day in January hiastaaretrwlrare I.l )11II, Cakt:
j W. A. 121 S. Palafox 1 1.1It">.&ml Mln-r l...itmfulmm T,
!d. p. GONZAlEZ A CO., Prep i, I D'Alemberte I ,tai.tiEO.J.ZLuCUNB.Constable befog the 5th:day thereof. Y II \ t : !,eaandMlorlsorJrabxr.eiFp pn-oo-nl.
at infants and Children [St. '. ... we K'e a bv-l'lrr plow _-nvt j.
Second Justice District, Kkcambia cnunty ,
tm fc-t-\int a tramfni'dwntatrd.-A

tie N! You Bare Always Bough : MEAIi M nnfactcreriHOICK AND PUIIE GROUKr TJlld9'S, tfie 3fs/ far oc.Marston Florida1 n25oa...Vr i.m "n" f.ro.edw i RVSYOLyyL: a,._t.....of ,irbldtmxl.1,"r"ql"-1. k.'a'tmr.W"alili'; 'Cr M/efi-riaiu!,. loin. l. '","...;,.I"n.I'h".T>H',_. Ii Q ; !

STOCK VT.KD. I ; ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. wi'i.'I ,;.1 ,:, .et 1. l.are"I1n..." ... Wa' '*.. K, lye' a. I -
fttr.. )t." LtLC BfcSAWSEU J"U. 1.1111..'...._. r..ranR sis''rx! ,
r--- PatronIze Home Indoitry, for there It Estate of Job Dooley, d ceased. t
)s' ill!!. 'i Miiiii.il rr1"'''!"-'/'H.HOf It"I." -J"-'
.. !very reason yon should bay oar Meat nock < $ Quina have, I Notice is hereby given that on June first, .,.,;"!.,W .to,.OI"*.r. )IJ irt_',aim irt .1.,1. .... w' u "t. a 1 r'. '. rat. ". ,,, loae 1
-*; Kecd from the Home Mftaniactartr hundred ; )* Ut 5a. P* Hru.t' ,1. .rn.udis "
,
A D. nineteen acd Ibrl'.l0111 ,
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nice Dressers and apIpiytotbeHonoranleludge \I' .e'du 4\ %Vea1.wyV I r' t '
; e
or by so doic g you encourste borne Indus somevery mgr n dr '.' i '
i of Probate of ... .,,'. I. !
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Hi 'I' <1&11. 1.ai rr 11. I -I tar IWf 1Mn 1 {
.17. Your ti left In the community ..... ...,.. t
money Wash Stands cheap. Kscam-Ma county Florida for a final discharge otandu in. AO.NE 1U1CIHSGS. y l eire pale ns. 111 : I
and YOU In turn are indirectly benofittdiClostenriit i very from administration of said es-

FlJ.s Honey and Tar I 'octribatf to the the cause bome ot manufacturer labor. Yon ow-jot | Just the thing to go with taU' MKS. ANME A. POOLED i' SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUIS MO. I i ir '

c'Jr ', :t to thecommnnity in whtob yon lire one b
prevents pneumonia Tbtoh! eontribatestoroar lapport. i Iron Beds. n? oamoU Administratrix.: H53S til
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THE DAILY NEWS] PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, DECEMBER 1 i902



TRAIN LOADS. ASSAULTED A THE ODD PENNIES.For BEEN ORDEREDTO FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-


the sake of saving odd PENSACOURev.

:Richmond Vs.,June 1.1m. I POLICEMANi ; pennies do not buy an inferior A COLD WEATHER

Received The Southern Mauufacturlag Co., I II .
I i i emulsion of cod-liver oil when Father A. L. Sweeney until!
$fi,9T9.13 in settlement of prepaid freight on a
: HAD HIGH OLD TIME : need Scott's Emul I recently an assistant to Rey. Father
Train of 169 carloads of GOOD Lt-CK" Bating you really I P. A. O'Reilley of St. Paul's Catholic A BARGAIN.

Powder-5, ; ':'pounJa. i YESTERDAY MORNING.! sion. church Birmingham the largest*
,
i I church in Alabama has been trans

Scott's Emulsion costs more ferred to Pensacola as an assistant to

? ;I Sailors bad a high old time in the Rev. Father J. P. McCafferty at St .....Ladies' Patent Tip Lace Extension Sole Shoe fci ,

Seaboard Air Line By. :'city yesterday morning, the aftermath to buy because it costs more II Michael's church. Father Sweeneyhas ,

t ; i of which came this morning been ordered by Bishop Allen to
-- -- ------ ---- I to make.
P when one of them named J. M. Neil- report to Pensacola next Saturday for S \
4 1'I
i' son was fined $50:: and Fred Rash and The difference in price is duty. The transfer is a promotionand v f
Fe sO lliITEVOOSlCaptlin i the good 'man will be given a -
; i Oscar Neilsen. his companions, were
pennies. The difference in cordial welcome in Pensacola.
taxed $10 each. The first named $

r i was fined for striking Police Officer results is pounds-pounds of I.0
I AND PERSONALS I
;, Bolllue in the face and otherwise flesh-and days of new U. S. JURY WASDISCHARGED

assaulting: him.

t It was early yesterday that Bol- strength and comfort. TO-DAY
l } J. EJ. O'Brien left for inV
) line was called to West Main street The consumptive and others
12:15 o'clock .
Washington at today.A. -- .
to arrest men beating a woman.
r : t A. P. Hardee of Mulat i3 here to- I, When he approached the'men. ran who have lost flesh get more The petit jury of the United States

day. He is a prominent naval stores court was discharged for the term by
tw tt dealer. and he chased them. He ran them cod-liver oil into their I
S. ,Y S : systems i Judge Swayne this morning, after a I V
west on Main street and as he paged j I
,$ y R. J. Andaman, present (>t Po-t 1 by means of. Scott's Emulsion 1'verdict in the Xunk mith.Far case
'
.11,:' 1! 11, Louisiana i divi-iou T. P. A., is at a dark spot a mm: suddenly struck rendered. Fay was awardeda

4 i 1r {t t.te Merchants hotel t,)day.W. i him from behind a terrific blow, Ii Iii than in any other way. :. was verdict of $600. A Good Protector for Your Feet at a Nominal Ce.t

a A. Scott of Montgomny is at 'knocking him senseless. His face I Send for Free Sample.SCOTT --- -- -..-.... ...-...-
Hot Chocolate with
; the Merchants today He represent i l bears ugly marks today. i iI &now?Eo Chemists, 409 l'url St.,N Y
Whipped Cream at Solomon's. -
? ? the old reliable Advertiser. I 1 Davis of I MEYER
Jar o John ; keeper a sailor: j Try Forca at Solomon's SHOE CO. ,

0 C. O'Condon of New Orleans is i 1 boarding house, was arrested for interfering i iI ,
-- --- -- -
{ aebt, h -re today. He i* an injector of with officer and his I
I i an .., : '. .. -- Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
' .r" \ : '
h government building and coupes to case continued until tomorrow. i iI ,Ras> .lba:'i0 :04.vo. 'r. -.-'..4"-.ate-e 4e.ds abAo0' ..... ;?...A,<.>aje0...S1. '..'f.5>ie'r <--l.i".1 a S- .::.1f
I 4b1 accept the work on the, IVn-acola I I II II I f f;.l 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

cu-torn hou=e. Boy's Life Saved From Membranous i -

.a Leigh Chambers, auditor of government I I Croup. rN' a'f'

;, a1 t*iq4 accounts was an arrival at C.'Winchester W- Lynch a mud prominent, writes:citizenof "My I 6OLDRING .. !ESTABLISHED JS98. ptt TELEPh-, .

: I f11L the Merchants yesterday. He is 1, little boy had a severe attack of %' I __ .........
here on business for the department membranous croup atd only got re- .,
YD 1 and comes direct from Washington. : lief after taking Foley's Honey and
.'ry r ; Tar. He got relief after one dose
H. W. MenRelof Louisville was ,i and I feel 1 that it saved the life of my &LARGEST-& 1I TO MY FRIENDS
'i among yesterday's: arrivals at the : boy." Refuse substitutes. W. A. .

Merchants. He comes here to look !: D'Alemberte,121.S. Palafox street. '!.I-
r -- --
after the importation: of mahogany: PQ .:= pkt
rr. ;
I ; ) : and logwood which forms the cargo REAL ESTATETRANSFERS I II AND PATRONS.
.
4j ; r tt of the steamship Volund. I

4r a,qL.h5 : : kt LIQUOR DEALER )-OCCUPVING NO. 327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
l $ kl WAIT WAIT WAIT m m (>

For the great bankrupt haKluth.
-. ---- ------------- -- ------- ------.-... WHERE I CARRY OX A
r will!) commence Thurs morning at r- D
i1i v .. -- .
III o'clock. at 317: South 1'alifox!: btr,-et. 4 fARIOl'S transfers O "(6) ,F

? i under the management of Sam Israel r.,',;: 1/.t;!;;"} f of Ecambiacounty ,. IN WEST FLORIDA. !STRICTLY EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE

& Co. ",..,,,.... realty were r*cordi -

I'V+(,ii 4 tt :M. '.''-' .'.:i \... ed during the weekY.M..t. {*&,"1 -w- I LIQUOR BUSINESS

i .. -' 1 ending Saturday, i ,
DEATH GAME j': ?.9 Xov. 29), ISM-!) !, all of LOWEST PRICE WHISKY HOUSE a I
: r
t0/ I which are reportedfor : AND CARRY FULL IINFOF: )
.
14.f ,.," ..ro::,,; THE NEWS by !i

SUDDENLY Thos.agents C.: Watson & Co., real estate; I' I .. .IN PENSAGOLA. 1I 4 4e I Whiskies, Brandies, *

\\'. B. Godwin and \\ifeto II. Ilyrd- .a'.
XW'4 of S\vsi of ec. 2, tp, 5 n, range
iy tt AN AGED AMD: LOVABLE LADY :3:: west-$100. REMEMBER THIS 3 Wines and Cordials,


:*t1 #tl s FOUND DEAD TO-DAY. range'hols-10 John 32 Coleman west acres-$1.and of sec.wife 34,to tp Jesse G n. HI;::a= We give you the Best Whisky, Better Whisky, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.

i:$ vt U. S. A. to John D. Godwin-S% Hi Betterilleasure Better Service and Better Treat 1I

,( Mrs. Martha Iruover r)years of I of NcU of sec. C, tp. 5 n. rangy 31 : ment all the way through than any house in our I o

age, wa found dead in b(d this :i i wst-Il'd.W. T. Coleman and wife to Jesse : line of business has given or can give. We are 1I $-I AM SOLE AGENT FOR-$?

r i ) ; 1 : : morning at 4 o'clock rile having expired -','Nichols-10 acres of sec, 34, tp. o n, working for a a principal-the principal of honesty i

during the night without warning ranee Lee 32 Darnell west-and$100.wife' to Julia Simon t in the n"hisl.Blts ne.cs, and we go to extrernes I j Monogram No. J JJ t Brookfield Rye,

t % 1r;i that I.er end was neir. She res '!i -Cast CO ft of Sc'4 of Llk 117, Wist i: in carrying out our idea. You can de

f1' : J tied! on West Intendeucia: street, I King Mary tract C.-$00.Kejser: and husband to I pend on it that you will always get a shade the i Jno.I Crabbies Celebrated Scotch Whiskey,

I r tt t tween Ileus and DeVillier i i. FVrsacola Country Club Co.-Lot ins 8i' best of any dealings you may have with Gold- I

The funeral will tike place torn ,<>c, 31. tp. 2 s, range 30 eH$1500.W. ;=;: ring. Every order and everything pertaining *"- I Special Reserve 3 Stars Pyramid and
ii. ,
Knowles and wife
to same-
; afternoon 3 to the execution of your comm ands will be personally :
; t >rrow at o'click. the J
,
S lot in sec. 51; tp. :2 s range 30 west J
i
t s. services to b- held at Christ church. f.i'iMl.' f 1 looked after. J;:.!{ Budweisser Rye
,
J. It. Arnold and wife to Kdward
1.lIu'rtSw) of Se?;, sec G, tp, 1 ear
ATTENTION, COUNTRY r., lange 31 \H'st-i5 a Whiskies in Barrels Liquors in Cases.Per AND SEVERAL OTHER PROMINENT RRANDS-AI! .\' .1! .
Same to same-South 23 acres of
FOR THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BEER
MERCHANTS N'w'j of Se'4, sec. G. tp. 1 n, range 31west$100. i!t- Per Gal Bottle :
'. r t fj l Old Wa.ryer..U 60 Ilal\rt 'o
; j irene (}. Scarritt to Lee Daniell3n237 y.:. Pond Lily. .... ..... .... 2 00 Lily .. .... ... .. ... .. .. ..$ 50 Budweiser and Culmbacher
J ::: ft of lott in west half of t Old Crow X. ... .. ...... ... 275 Gin .... .... .... .. .... .... /&i Indianapolis Imported.
a'it' ,. t 'pct R i The attention! of out-n( town HUM- : s' Old Crow XX...... ... .300 Hermitage .... .. ...... .... 75
q # chants liu oallfl to the ontKon. grant$1.C. I.. Hermitage ..... .... ..... 3 A) Old Crow...... .. .. .. .... 75Goldring'sNo.3 I
and )Nil IS ,; M Smith and wife to L. M. Davis40x132 I
; t4 Old Danville Pure Rye... 3 CO .... .... ... 100 ,,
!t, t sale of clothing gentfurnihliius; : ?i ft of blk 130, New Citj- ; Atterton, Four Year Old.. 3 50 H. H. Rollins.... .. .... .. .. 1 uo ,.
h 4 ., s roods. !boots, shoos, hat. caps and $.>iiiLe{ : Atterton Hix Year Old Old Log/ Cabin...... ... .. 1 (I N) ;; i
\mtliing else kept in a well!! belcitidtixk : : Daniell and wife to L :M Davis i: ; lOS Proof ..... ...... .... 4 00 Anderson Club...... .. ....I0 I ., !' Alfred Moog
; r o -N'i of lot ::it, Old Cit>-?170'N l't+: Goldring's No. 3, Fine Rye 4 00 Globe Gin.... .... .. .. .. .. 1 00 '. ,
+ ( A; '; i of this, kind M Sinclair by trustee, to Dag j K. H. Rollins. .... .. ..... 4 (I H) Gin Pnophate.Bnchu .. .. .... .... 100 a- ,
iJj } These goods will be sold! regardless ': dad Sash Factory CO.-Lots 1 to 3 in a e Florida Club...... .. ... .. 5 00 Gin.. .. ...... ... 125 :, i
+ of cot and! purchasers will sa\e'IhL i blk 14y: New City-$30. Ii .> Peter Cooper ... .... .... .. 600 Wilson: Whisky.... .. .. ... 1 20) ;" Mail Orders Solicited. ."" "" 527 S. Palafox Strut
I
;: : ; Bagdad Sash Factory Co. to :Mrs :; Yellow Label...... ...... 600 Paul Jones...... ...... .... 1 25 I-*; i
money by inspecting; the Mock before j i inoinz :Maggie Bruce-Lots 1, 2 and 3, blk "t Mumm'3 Extra Rye.... ... 6 00 Parker Rye.. .... .... .... 1 25 :. -
$ i 1, + ; cNewhere.! You will have polite 14!!. New Cit-$22i.: I, : Oenuint N. C. Corn Whisky Peter Cooper..... ..... 1 60
s attention and be pnaiptly waited on i j Hafforman Lumber Co. to F. BHasjeiman I ", .... .... .... .... ...... 200 Yellow Label... .... .... .. 160 : IF ?1 SAMUEL CHARLES,
-Lots 4, 3; and 6. hlk.' to, -1.l Old Log Corn Whisky.... 4 00 Murray Hill Club.... .. .. 150 :1
This is not a sale of soconJ hand i New Cit}'-J130.;; ; Montreal Malt Rye...... 400Per Green River. .. .... .. ... 150 l : BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
i goods, hot a stock that has just gone A. l ,
wife A
and to
Pat :McIIugh '
f.: GINS. i3iroHTiiJ: AVIXIS. gFnedrlck J
through bankruptcy proctpdinss in blk 161, Clapp = t
4i i"her-l.ots 6 to 13 i !. s 1 1I REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
t1'act-l. Holland .. .. .... ... ... ....f 00 i I Krote-Durkbeimer. 34Krledrick :J .
?- ; t COL'I.UVC: 1\EH IT. J. H Keeling and wife to Mollie: I Imperial, Mne... ... ... .. 3 00 : Krote-Laubenlielmer. y Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoe Leather t'1I. i ;' A't Laskec-25;; acres of sec :Ji!tI. tp. 1 n.1 '.-, Imported.... .. .... .... .... 400WIN1LS. :1 Fried rick Krota-Korster.Krledrick '. PHONE 514.STEAMER. 007 SOL'IH PALAFOX 8THKCT.
y t Kept It HullViiinilieCliiMien.We range 30 est-.UO.. I t* Krote-Hockhelmer. ;,
Frledrlck Krote-MerstelnerGloeckCunlifTe +'
cannot: keep Orape- ut,; food I I I" Per Gal Dobson 4 '' I II II i
r rb t in the house. It goes so fast I have :4: Port, Domestic... .... ....$1 00 CunllfTe Dobson 4 Co.Portet Co..St. Julian Canet. ; I CAPTAIN FRITZ Try one of our celebrated
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:: to hide it, because the children love CIRCUIT COURT i I ;. Port, California. .. .... ... 1 50 I H. .
AugustofeMuller.Fort. S. FeltJlatlrescs.
\ it so. It is Just the food I have: been iI o. Port Imported.... .... .... 400 'R I THOS. CONDON, Captain, $
I Axel. &Co.
Bagge Military Punch.
., looking; for ever *o long; somethingthat ; I I : Sherry Wine, Domestic... 100 I II' They never pack or gnui
I do not have to stop to Prepare CONVENED TO-DAY : '. Sherry, XX ... .... .... ... 10; Booth. Dahlgren Clrraci Punsob. *-, I will make regular trips between Better than hair
J ales Herman Co.Haute Sauternes lumpy. a
still n nourishing.Vist.incr .. .....
114 1 and I' t Sherry, Imported. -100 Pensacola, Point Washington and
; you all the success you deserve ? Angelica. .... ...... ...... 2 00 Topaz Sherry I i mattress, at half the pru-e
} Mary Y. Marstson: bO Lincoln 8t., .a Catawba ............ ...... 150 All these Goods are Imported and .', Freeport. Leave Baylen street Marston & Quina.
e' } Wintiirop, M.l*iI. The fall term of the circuit'! court I, .t Claret... .... .... .... .... 60 are in Original Glass Packages. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and ar
Grape uts is the most scientifically convened this morning Judge L. J, I ", BOLE: AGENT rive at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. --
t made food on the market. It is i rr. KU3I. Leave FOR SEED OATS
V Lonis Roederer Freeport Tuesday at Ga. m,
'' perfectly and completely cooked at Reeves presiding. State SolicitorJ. i v J Per Gal ChamDa agees' ,
lr ; v the factorand can be served at an It' .$200 In fact I keep everything in the and arrive at Pen lacola 6 p. m. same Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat. i ti!
Walter Kehoe is in attendance.The ., Fare
Instant's notice either with rich cold ; I have many more brands too Liquor Line. V day. round trip. t5i; one way,
'; 4a cream or with hot milk if a hot dish I court took an adjournmentafter I !' numerous to mention. Kf $3. 12nlm on the Mellen-Crosby Company; It
is desired. When milk or water are BRANCH HOUSES: ,
: nU.\XDIES. tbe Alcanlz street warehouse.
the grand jury was! organized.MARITIME. .
little should be added 'I I NAVAL BTOItES MAKKET.
used
a sugar .p Per Gal Tarragoia Street,Opp.Union Depot ,. Phone 334. 29jlm:
tt 41 but when cold cream is used; alone 'l Brandy X.. $200 Phone M the natural grape sugar: which cant I I I Brandy, XX........... 400B. .... __ ; deported Dally for The Mews bj
Palafox
Street
I Phone !is 5DeVilllers
be seen Glistening on the granules, ,I B. Brandy, Domestic.. 2 00 -- Union Naval Store Co. You can get your home
+ is sclnciently sweet to satisfy the B. B. and Belmont_._Phone( ;: )toe's.WW .
> I Brandy Imported furnished complete at ./JI ar-
4 s palate. Tnis grape sugar; is not "I medicinal purpoies.I 00 Long Distance Phone 08. 1; ___II 15 H__ .._1190
S r a poured over the granules as some i Cognac .. 10 00 ston}$ Quina's on easy pay
I P.O. Box 378. wG--. 1 15 G_ _.._ .... 1601
s people think but exudes from the I AKKI\ CD __ __ ( __... .__ 150a ments, weekly or monthly.We .
1'I; granules in the process of manufacture I Br Labaan.:!!WI. Gardmler Galveston 11__..__ ._,.
when the starch: of the grains i II I am proprietor of three of the Largest Saloons in Pensacola s :I 00 145K
to is changed from starch to grape sugar i I! to ItalbkttarlaDe11a'U.GuardiaCayenneI Cary A Co i.; Fla., Wholesale! and Retail therefore I cm compete with any'" ____ 55 D....._ 14') will launder your spreads for
tit t by tbe process of manufacture. 'I to Kos !co ttroilulshlp :; house: in this line in the state By sending a trial order, It will ;: L-__ ( C&betow- 15 cents each and make them look
f s This in effect is the first act of digestion !I Savonls, I***, Magio:., Genoa convince you that my style of doing; business! will always please ;. BruIn ToarijTISStinI : like
j ; therefore Grape-Nuts food I I to ltalb-Cieorge Blmpsou &: Co BaleuUne,7tJ7, Simocettl, k: All orders must be accompanied by P.O.or Express Money Order ;& will uw. Star Laundry.
I I I repair your watches and
Er 4:!?. assimilated is pre-digested by and the is very most perfectly weakest I|1 Havre toordrNorsblp Wildwood liS", Nelson, Glouj .;)N. GOL-DRING Jewelry in flrst-claaa style; J. J The finest line ol umbrellas In r::*
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stomach. '. I j cuter to S S L Co i city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go {icJc
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t + Made at the pore food factories of ; ad Qaarantlre '. Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer f IENSACOLA FLORIDA. at them.

{, ( -tT. the Creek Postum, Mich.Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle ,i H Brbk ullvan: Valoca.11'0. Burnbr Belfast_to Mi "'", ."<>"...",.........,. ,,, .......o.;..'!!?.''''..*6'. ..'.. .' .........>.>.. ........."..<...4... ......"...1+..": ....; I Solomon's.Try Gnnthor'a Candies at file Best far '
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