The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 2, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Convention. Special to The Daily News: Special to The Daily News.No'.varK I struction.

nalfikh N f'.. Oct. 1 -The supreme :--, .i;i.. i.c. -Aii vie .

ciit ot Nart I! Carr j ina: iras. handle melt is ir.adi! 1 u :: at as! tut a t. ,: I i ,

down an opinion in the famous Xcliia detai;:; 01 tile c. r.:1oid..l.lolI of the

,'J GREAT;; UPROAR: state of New York w>e asK Justice from Cropsey ease in which JamesVik'O\ N'arth J.... s v Sue Railway company SCORES FIND WATERY. GRAVES I

I I you as leader of the Democratic part was charged with tlif murder of XtllHCicjiy : ; Jersey ftHoboken and I'ater- CRACKSMEN

Credentials Throws \\> do nut come here as honest Democrats a h\ anT lul ) u'ine girl, di! ai> Ti\ittii and, i
n cu En ( iinpany; Orange
i to be deprived of our rights." react d Ht night trout her hon,' in Eiialxth : Schooner Sybil, Which Left Solomon
.!rI.t, Declaring NEither Paosaic: Vai,: y Tiar-tlon company, ani i MAKE RICH HAUL
As Devery K-ft the Ci1Sh > ha i L. ; -.m ees '
j platform not a Islands In April With ilO Personson
i Goodwin Delegates En. delegate was in his seat and the gal with Wilcox, at 0:.-' Ih.... tier swe
.>l.1t;;. lery was in a wild state of excitement. h<- Susj.-lciou 1. :11 on hm.; but fie Jerse T..ecomplete. t..111 tompany are now Board for Queensland, Has Never i t

wa" not arrettid. Tn'-\-fat! i ven dftyiatterwards Been Heard Foam Special to The Daily News.Charlotte. .
Daily News. Fought Way to Platform.A her body waluiintl! in"tai;:!;The pure has,) prig: determined oil
j' X'c'iXt.. -A 1 special .
!)every delegate fought to tha qoutar.k river, all'Wile II \( was arrest \\lo? a eout: oiling! interest of four com Special to The Daily News: 'i 1
1.Vilhaia Devrry. from Ton Mill.! S. C.. a few miles blow .
platform and attempted to speak. The ed. J'e' was tit-d and -iT.ttjncftl"td[ parries i, $15.ut'J.i: ( Victoria U. C.. Ot't. ?:-Shortly be-: '
this city, bringn.'ws of the robbery
,' unseated by a vote
chair told him that he could not address be hanged.; IIi "toll.h't.\ .( iarelfh'isinnocence : Iitsiii"s many extensions of existing fore the steamer Monoa left Sydney t:
of the bank there l"y
.I'.L state convention the convention. Amidst a tremendous and an app i .-a.l to thcf'so-: reads, it is said that the plans of the official despatches arrived from New savings : j

.1. :; comitiesoU'd fo; uproar he started to speak, prf-ne court was taken r: | promoters of the new company contemplate Guinea, telling of Intertribal fights and burglars.The robbers evidently professional -'I I

but a sergeant-at-arms hustled hlrj In anting: a nee trial tht- supreme. the control of practically all massacres." The Tugeri head hunt. f
crooks effected an entrance to the
.' tly: expressed the bo down the steps. For fully 10 minutesthe court says the evident entirely the electric railroads in New Jersey, ers had attacked the Sanana villagesand ;
.lte.l. He building by means: of a jimmy. They 1
".1 )t be s convention and spectators roared, circumstantial; that the jury does notseem including the completion of trolley killed a large number, and carried
... of the convea: then bored holes near the time lock :
Lot' Lear applauded and hissed, and when the to have given the necessary cau. connection between New York anti off many hf-ads. The" Sanana afterwards '
I of the big vault and the safe and Inserted .
noise snbsWfd temporarily Chairman tioua and vigilant attention to the evidence Philadelphia the tunnelling of the Kill attacked the Tugeri." -:

I.J and his friends refuse Etanchfleld eald I or to the presentation of the Von Kull and the absorption of the Sir F. P. V.'inter, administrator ofNew dynamite. Both vault and safe
were completely wrecked by the force
a convection to hicb "For the :ake of the delegate to prisoner's case by counsel. It says State (; '!and trolleys the establishment Guinea, wires the governor gen of the .
:.t and properly fleeted, this: Demooratic convention and those .. the conduct of the spectators in and of a complete electric railway eral of Australia; : ;
robber secured between $10,000
1 :al train and if Mr. I'r[ (,,?fr.'t, I desire to say that the par about the 1'00t:1.'a.:; sufficient to prejudice system along the Atlantic coast and "Proceeding down the Moosehead after : ;
and SlTi.OiiO, and escaped through the
:,: .'..wins. I will follow ty does not propose to have its voice the jury. ":\0 such demonstrations the extension of the Newark: and New their raid on the Sanana villages
country. The force of the explosiontoppf'd
',,i' f in the state he may put down or allow Us convention! t3 ," reads the opinion "were ever York line from its present terminus, the Tuerl were encountered by the hank clock at 4 o'clock

: i ,ojilt the story of .he! be run by thugs and ruffians and"- witnessed in our state before." at the eastern'-ml of Milburn township, a large hunting party of natives" showing that to have been the hour

Here th!' Dfvery adherents brolM Among these demonstrations were through to Morriotown and beyond. amongst whom were some Sanana
of the robbery. ..obody was awakened
:., this statement Dev out again and drowned Mr. Stanch- people leaving the court roam in a The names of General Samuel! Thomas men. This party at once attackedthe
and the first news of the robbery '
,1 l>y his friends aniMS tield'boice) byseers for Pe\c-ry. Far body; and the ncsns! of a fire alarm. and Edwin Gould an mentioned a* Tugeri killed several of them" and
came when the bank was opened for
: counsellor. who Several minuti'& it went (U). and th'.'11 The court docs rot find the jury was being t'.ie: of the! new company. forced them to abandon their canoes business.The .

work don
was by profession.
... :, Hall In Uproar. "I want to saI ) the gallery every. all of this disorderly conduct, it my arrival hero from Australia I at als and not a trace was Mt, but the

body will! get; fair play. If the gallery says the trial was not conducted in the once empowered J. I. Carr to communicate ,
robbers overlooked considerable
of the a
i'K at the rear JOCKEY CLUB
does not tease: the galleries will he proper form of law, and gives a new direct with the Dutch authorities -
In vault
.. it tame: Devery started amount of paper money the i
cleared. trial to Wilcox. which, it says, must at Maercke. n spwtlni the Tugeri: *-
A sheiiff's with bloo-lhou
In a minute: the con ( of: "Try it!' "Lot's sea be attended by no such demonstrations REORGANIZED and our police! and Dutch soldiers will poss robbers.r I,I'
of the
t.a. !m an uproar. The Is in pursuit .
j-ou"1)! of lawlessness and Intimidation as form a l'unltlexpedition." i
'frtmd out as delegates strange mn have been noticed In
The majority I report of the committee were present at the former occasion I '
a': i,xl on their seats and -- vicinity for several days, and tare '
on credentials throwing; out tha The of the court
r.p\t term begins inFasuotaiik
,1 waved hate and handker.ted1" DECIDED NOT believed to have been the rob'ue...
to The Daily News:
neither Special
ninth district, declared: that county on Nov. 17 and tEe .

the Devery nor the Goodwin delegateswere case will be heaid again at that time. L .u5sv>Ile.'Ky... OC't.'l-A reorganization
the but
yelled crowd entitled to seats: by reason ct FOR
i -iM, nit hand and called out: the of the new Jockey
wholesale tion to
: corrui(; pertaining I
club effected today. By the new
:Not !
yet primary election In said .--tiit; wher: WILL CONTEST
.. the from one side 01rs' deal, the coutrollin! interest passes BURIED COLD
m>- cry
by it cannot be elf tera.ined what dele I
i from W. E. Apple-gate and Charles fiol
: Special to The Dally News.
legally elected.The .
gates were ALL DISTRICTS linger! Charles: F Price, M. J. Wim,
"i- lip matter: with Devtry? I majority report was sustained. ('h 'ago. ().t. 1.-:'\.'mbers of th'-
and J. C. lioaitiman. The capital
in me rear came the auswtr: I Coal Teamsters'; union have decidednot
When the vote had been announced '
Special to The Daily News;
stock has been increased and a new x
nil! ,
right I Devery left the hall followed by his -- to haul coal to any public school
.d of i olice took a seat 1:1 clubhouse, new paddock stables, etc., Knoxville Trnn Vt I -Considerable
delegates and friends; Special to The Daily News. building until the hoard of educationInduces -
dt the hall and shortly tli<'iiM'iuincement ,' will be built. The following officers the Anthracite-Bitumino'is excitement has h hon created In
Montgomery, Ala: U't. 1.-The Republicans
: reached tha were elected: Coal company, 'which has the: s'-hooi; the ''3sh'rnlart of this city by parties t

!I.all that the rrr It'ntias! II TWO WHITE MEN havt- now nominated camli- Charles F. Grainier, president; M. J. contract for the northwest si: it'. to digging In the an Isolated yard
rial' s for congrerb in all the lilstrirt"eXrl'rt \Vinn.; vice Charles (},
'.1: < :then Devery or teas' ; its the union for several nights of lafp.
pay men wage.The
\VhHb wilt:
.. the Price sf'cr'tly: and manager; J, CISoaflipa It is
i I. .1 l'Iy there was great by the stated that several years agoa
teamsters employed
ARE in that din
HANGED to give Mr. Taylor
essary : !!,
treasurer man died in the house on this proper
strike last week,
company went on a !
I trouble is not known here
d! to a reporter: tnit any l'1-.inirent business; men compos hut the m3.ttt"rVa,; considered of n'i-i ty, and that efore he died he had bar t
is to
? ItIIlu'h but the avowed pub cy put up the drrory.: ted in the small
'm} reception nor importance until the scion heard yard fortune In g
v to see the peo' Special to The Daily News. mine one everywhere, if only as a Pres'i'-'ut: I1raln ( r is the mayor of that the Clmllan'aF about to employnonunion He failed to dif-cKo) to any one

'.' my presence in this dummy.': ->, He will direct the social Identity! of the spot where the ti
BMU.-OII. I'U.'o.' 1. Ti" -inii'cSmith ; The
t. Members of the party make but a : teamsters. company .

ant 1 Tiioma d. Fain!,':h. t'n" veiled concealment ot the tact thir exan I has no direct! connection with other urn was located The recentnight
to that I ; : .: nii-mVrship of sev diners:: are
ns say except reported| to
young white m u who killed the aselLewis ; trmJ under contract to the hoard vf
have laid! down in all the istrirt- ,
.'ii a democrat. I am couple month they :M! i ': i f.njed. S"f: >tar>-XJanager : ,,,<, searching the ol.f! man's gold.! tf
one ago. were sueceasfully except: the seventh and possibly the I education. the t'amsh'rs1 a *
V r iiii!' < t 'i-r.tly general man-
nil! continue to be a .
executed tlY Sheriff Sutton. fOnd Some show Is being made i ,.at is all I will say \'. <'i Lei: tV-e fnl'ioniia!: ; tracks; ,
yesterday morning' The trap was, mistake to Coal company to FATHER KILLS
the fourth but a seems
v ;! t.:. i.u .'.t and lie the i
sprung at 11:12 o'clock, and both nec'nd have been confessedly made in thenominee I I an Immediate! tlement.:
: ''o.ccres Were Mad Ttr'l: I'lill. Ni A 1 tUlWith' ,
whroKpn.. who is clecor enough cm- The school contracts bur coal wore
I ', .' l he .
;ii. : \1.1 C'I\ 'II.I'
...- the Deury coolest :la Fairclota was pronounced dead in Zen but in no sense a campaigner 11EO let last week but there has been practically HIS SON
'f! it."! : ::v v ill! atra.t
I timber of heated tpeech. 15 minute and Smith in Vi\'s: minutes Bowie. no hauling, and should the
up against; .. ." ; ;, ). ,
:'' and when it was exu Dcth men had wonderful nerve and I No one hf'Tet>ws the putting! up; I either turn cold the situation would

.t was, Senator Hill's de ascended the seaftold with steady st:p of Clyde Miller In the Birmingham ditrict -- be serious. Special to The, Dally News.NashviH .

r ".;tier Devery or Goodwin They had their coffins opened and inspected as anything but a throw off. ANOTHER COMBINE *. Te.n.rOt."i.-A special

: c d a motion to that ctfcrwith and commented on them. Fair Underwood being nearly as popular to The Baan
I d but few d.ssw t.nJ'! cloth remarked that they were ail among: the Republicans In the ninthas HEAD HUNTERS : and Instantly killed his :year-old son

right, and both men addressed the Immense \\ \\\ev\ is in the second. In the PROPOSEDSpecial In a family row Mitchellsville: last .

.'IJ.t,,:- Hill entered the coa. crowd with clear and unbroken night _
: > district
second, Montgomery ry one ON WAR/ PATH ,
,ill; there was a great outburst Voici. faction franldy a\s Wiley suits them !I Byrum was \\'hlpplnlhlg; wife and- .. ,

..-e. Tam: ;h wa! baptized by Rev. J. n, an.l the otheris i loath to part company : ---- murdered his *on who sought to protect i ',

-7 the: temporary ehairma Hull! y. of nainesvillo.!! in the bon which with the money necessary to makea to The Daily. News. I I! his mother. Byrum has not bean '

..\\el and rapped for order, wa ti,) t-nntam his eoflln Their nerve fight. New'York, Oct 1.-Efforts are being Special to The Daily News. arrested, and is i thought to have c:. : ,

,'i it of the committee 0:1: h\'()nl d|<
Ado tailed for, rhair.iu ) t \. .-. m.>nt. Both professed reng'on of manufacturers and sellers a!
her, the Democrat who was nominatedin I and brings new.- of the I I.J"" ot several:
t ,I. .Uh! said! thev were ready, to dl->. I the third against Henry: Clayton. patented railway supplies, according: Australian vu owls during gales In th A Tn'ical Soulli! .\II <'an !Sure i iO.
to The Herald. The If
i.t d.:;:: the report 1 uio\ proposed company
dSydney H. _
south seas. The schooner gybil ( Larson: of Bay Villa, Hun
is to Include! the
-.vH'stiou. STRONG EFFORTTO manufacturers of I a recruiting vessel, left th'! days ttiver. Cape Colony, conduct : .
REV. FATHER car roofs springs: doors, brakeshoeaand : South 1
o i reveal debate. Solomon islands in April with 110 per a store typical of Africa, at .
beams. which can be purchased
j' 3f Cheers and Hisses Ejiia on board for Queensland, and! anythInjt'from
% DEFEAT CLARK the proverbial "needle to au '_
MADDEN DIES ,.a.-, never heard of again. "
anchor. This
aretary read in the TIIK HF3T! L1VKK MhDICIXF. store I is situated in a
". :Vw York neither de. I The steamer Quirane, of Queens I valley nine miles from the uearestrailw'ay r.r

..' i to the There i is no need to be miserable if I, land was lot on the Australian coast station and about twenty-
seats in coa
"f the wholesale! cor Special to The Daily News. Special to Tto Daily News: i I you keep yonr liver in good shape. with all hands, numbering 2''), never flve mile from the nearest town. .
harm to
Scarcely can come !
any Mr. Larson "I favored
of after leaving SydLey pays: am
.t i..t: of cheers and htsses.I. Butte Mont. Oct. -The fusion: ; Chicago.'Oct. 1.-Th< Rev. John C. system if the liver is kept active. hating heard I with the cu-tom of farmers within

.', : as it continued Devery State: committee: the representativesof Madden pastor of St. Patrick's Cath-j The right remedy at the right time on a coasting trip. a radium of thirty mile, to many of

.. ,. .; his way to the phu- organizeu labor and the Populist olic church at Highland park, and foci' will prove: a great benefit to you. The sTeam Mammabare, a 2 Ntl)- whom I have supplied Chamber- p

.. :> the chairman rapped party have joined forces with the amol.jramated : 20 years a priest! : of the Chicago arch I HEPATICJ'RA n that remedy. It ton steamer, belonging to Buris, Philip Iain' remedies. All testify to their
I is worth using because it will make 1 & Co., of Sydney on the value in household where
x :':> a band played. Down Republicans in an effort todefeat diocese Is dead, of Bright's disease. well. I inter-ocean'l a a doc
you ic trade, was lost off the coast of Santo tor's advice H almost out of the
: forced his Senator \V. A. Clark The Rev. Father Madden born in
> w ay. the by indors was Mr. L. A. Fraleijfh, of Madison, Within
.: tu! for W. I Dally Shannon, of Donegal. Ireland I *, but fortunately all hands: were question. one mile of my
way him. When ing Judge Hollow-ay for associ. county Fla., save: I have had occasion to store the population jg perhaps six

.e platform steps he rais ate justice of the supreme court and in 1S30.:: He was ordained In use HEPATICURA several times saved and taken, to Nou&ma by H. M. ty. Of these, within the past twelve ;

':: an effort to stop the Martin Dee for congress, both nomin 1S54! in the diocese of Rapphoe. TIe and must say I like it better than B. Phoebe. months, no less; than fourteen have

', tint: reigned. TLe ser: *.s of the amalgamated Republicau. was a priest of his native town for 20 any LIVER MEDICINE I ever used The schooner Eclipse was lost In the been absolutely cured by Chamber ,

with his hands on the! years, and then: came to this country, It simply answers the purpose with- Solomon islands and Father Rouillaio, lain's Couth( Remedy This must

shoulder! tried to fore T beroming pastor of St Patrick's Cath. out and any I griping or sickening effect a Pr nch prieet, was drowned. surely be a record" For sale by all
can heartily recommend it as and
druggists medicine
o a sea;, but he shook him oc! church, Columbus 0. In 1S82 the BEST LIVER MEDICINE I know of. -- ,

*,*ei to tpeaic. JEWELER IN HIS he became a member of the archdiocese Sold by all druggIsts ,, BCDWEISER.OYSTERS nCDWEI8ER.Fishing ." tkSt

of Chicago.

,,. 1 Devery Speaks. NEW STANDI I BUmVEIriER. I AT NIC APOSTLE'S tackle of all kinds ;.
amid! cheers great
The one virtue of Burnett'sVanilla and good crab nets at the
KS of this
..den< was deprived: convention his, Sam. Extract is purity. It is rea Fine oysters today. Try them. Willis Hardwaer Cos.

right have moved my jewelry store te vanilla extract and nothing .but vanilla You can get your house NIC APOSTLE. -- ---
so as were the
people of
the 1l
120 South Palafox, formerly occu extract. (Always u=e fiurmtt's furnished complete at Mar- All kind3 of Farni- -j l I
ateWe do not tract that in P rl' '
acre today. It was through pied by Bass] & Co., and am now ) I stop $ Quina's on easy pay- '! Save MoneyuYu t 'vnPt I) t"Ire, make at nearly room cost for !- ..

ot a clicue! of this coaventloPJP better prepared than ever to give BUDWEIJ-ER. ments new stock. '
weekly or monthly.Foley's <
:& of the ninth district i great bargains in diamonds,watches, ture at Marston Quina's .. '

4 M be jewelry, etc. Call and see mi and Fleischman's Compressed Yeast, '
deprived of a similar! Honey Tat Great Furniture Empo- Foley's Kuney Cure ': '
-I!: let me convince you.J. fresh daily and on ice, at the West and ;
Iliat as state leader of the :I. STEPHENS.; Florida Bream Bakery.; jorcbUdrenssafe.sure. No opiates. rium. makes kidosys and bliddcr drht.1 ;

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I -. STEAMSHIPS.- i FOR THE HOUSEWIFE :I SILENCE STRIKE SITUATION IN !'AN OLD Will transform sour the the most sweetest even disposition teaperr :

able nature into a cross-grained
F 9P *J J The instinct of modesty natural to irritable individual.If 4=4
Cartat the Ran;;
f AN rnwt betweenthe every woman is often a great hindranceto THE CRESCENT CITY impatience
OCEAN I ITo There Is a great difference the cure of womanly diseases. Women 'f
ranges of today and those which I shrink from the personal questions of i I SORE ever excusable it is when UK -

YORK BOSTONAND were used a generation ago and which the local physician tortured by an eating and p.nn'! .. ,
NEW had to be "blackkaded" at stated iaterva'.s : which _.._ All Hopes of Arbitration ; It is truly discouraging to n 1" :

e 1 ALL to be kept In order. A groat sesin indelicate. : -, .. .. months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that v -
Seem .
EASTERN RESORTS ) many of the cookin; stoves of tjday Tao thought ofexamination f.: remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic : ..

Via t m'f\t\nl'\' with iMilishotl tops need only to be is matter on what part of the body it comes is an evidence of som.5 5"- -

washed off with suall and water. Still abhorrent to :'J CARS ARE NOW RUNNING. constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of the
rhe@V tin majority in practical! use are blackened the tht-u.endure and so in : remain in the system; or, it may be that some long hidden poison -: ,: ... )

4 OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANYOWJATE J or, what is much wire objectionable silence condi- i I Cancer-has come to the surface and begun its destructive w'rk.
M ,miORMHMiE 4 The last a President Pearson Arrives From New 1'heblood before the will fill with ) _
m.invled. (device eninu- tion of disease must be purified sore up hitit :
50 Hour of Ocean Ereexes: ('!iI.;:. tst-enin to have been invented which surely York to Investigate Matters-Com I and the skin regains its natural color. It is
WeeK t I
Sailings each mi-rely to conceal grcas* and other I II progresses from pany Will Advertise For Men to Fill through the circulation that the acrid corroding

D'J from Savannah Ga. f stains. (Jotxl housekeeperhae long; bad to worse. II' fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it

f I, ago learned that no stove or gas range It has been Strikers' Places. irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and 11)
flJnt, .. o' thi ) .nhr I.m.- mrt-n>
:JI ptrabw: on tnt_ir ,......"" |' '"""... '.. ,.... .. can be kept d.'an11.1 it Is washed Dr. Tierce'sprivilege 'j invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment cr
,.. New Orleans, Oct. President H.
,, to cure
Ulilliil n ul 'Inp.4r, ai' .... iilirn n Iiitt t.',c.* !'.Io-IP'> VB with soap and water and scraped b*>- i I other hurtful materials are washed out. fresh rich Mood is'a' :;' : .
In riijo>n>i- ., ,. a great many H. Pearson Jr., of the New Orleans
shun ft.t r.., ..'urn.,. 1<, ,'..,.. Yro. u.II i'1i .xuennL .ura oj .,. fore It is p.dished. When grease is :" women whohave Railways company, arrived this morn I I diseased parts new tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins toJ .

......, *.$1..0... AOVIa5.*.. spilled on the stove and Is rubbed off found a ing from New \ok. lie asked I healthy and natural look ; the discharge ceases and the sore
j ...n.. E.e aLT. To '!II. quickly with a hard cotton cloth it refuge for modesty was S. S. S. i-> the only 1.1. .. ..
.. .., ,.. .. ....... his arrival for I Several wife had a II- : ;
1M.. r. .1k ft 'rl.i .1. ria. immediately on a statement years ago, my
the is hot I his offer .
i N. ...,..l,..... lltlrl id>lGENKUAI' r......'.. tl.. soon tlKippears. and if stove in Yere sore leg and was treated by the that is guaranteed ent'r .r
".Ifrr".oLl... I.....I....'. J.L..III..FIa. f It is not necessary to wa"b it off. A of free consulta- j of the strike situation. but sa., I beet physicians but received no benefit. taMe. It builds up the !< .

few drop1* of kerosene put on the cloth I tion by letter. '..-. : ne could not utter a single word more I Oar drueffist advised her to try S. S. S., tones up the general st. -n .. -

will often r'IIIOn obstinate: grease All correspondence : : : -: than was contained in his telegram I I which she did. Fourteen bottles cured other J neB. I II' .
is held as -.- her and she has been well ever since. r.Ut1lc.e. :
I which he had sent to the local om- I ..
FUKNCI1 8CUKI)UIK !'I"'t. strictly private I J. R. HAROLD 22 Canal St., a sore of any kind writ i % ,
It is dtncult to pet coal that does not !,, and sacredly dais last night. The substance of Cohoes, N. T. the aduee of e\ptri' :.. .

Following is the schedule "f the linker. Those clinkers may be easily '! con fiden tia i. that message is that the company pro. I skilled physicians for which no charge is male. nook on liiood .!: ..:

government steamer General French removed by puttin: nn oyster shell ()('. J I Address Doctor poses to stand firmly on the Apni Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta Ga. .

which THE NEWS prints for the ruMiinitlli in thee stove \\ hen the fire is I: R. V. Pierce, agreement with the employes j

benefit of the merchants who ship burning l.iiuliUy. The fumes arising:: :: Buffalo, S. Y This agreement the employes now

their goods to the \arious army from thoy,

poets : I I'ritLs.New York Tribune. '.; Fa vorite prescription '" by the emplojes for this aUion is tha: ue Foley's Honey and Tar to care There will be a regular n.! ||
._ 7tK> a. ra establishes
Leavei Penaacola that stubborn cotirhV.. A. D'AlemberttOil .
Lsav Karraocni.. .... .. 7.!', a. m. dries weakening drains the company has violated the agre" i>ie Ptnsacola: Medical ri 1 1
Levv Pickens .. ... ..- ":$IIJ a. in. linked l'enrh... regularity and m ni. This the denies. Far :S.' Palifox.: the Board of Health ,i:1: 1
; heals inflammation and ulceration company
_t L kvi i'.Arrancat .. .. on ... ":!.ia. in. I --- --- 'clock Oi. .
Leaves frDiucula .. .. ......... ...)i:1i) ; a. m. We have nlwa; >'> despised clins!'t iie cures female weakness. three days the mayor has been tryingto Pocket and scis- p.m. Tuesday. t 1
Arrives Kurrancss 11:10 a. sn. and then peaches in spiie of the delicious; flavor "HjTins u-d Dr Pient'Faronte f'recrip- rva<.h a battlement of the btriko cutlery Visiting physicians :ar i ,

makes to a flarranca.t trip to .Fort. Mcltre and then returns pos!'es-c.l b oy ninny of these vrietii I tion and Gulden :Medical: .In".co\cr> during through arbitration; and has'lto : sors from the finest to the Invited attend.
I I the pa-4 ear. write-> :Mr: Millie Long. of DRW.C.DH\ '
Le\v"B Hsrrnncas .. l.l-i p. m hut they ar.troiil Co Pa. "I can triithiullyrccummcn'lthrc get the employes: to show proofs cheapest at the Willis !'- -j
.. 15
.f Leave rickens p.m. awkward out of licine. for all female weak-
Lenves P"II.cola .. ..... ..... 4::!up. m. "; to eat I ne-t> I have...D1.-.\ several bottle" of Favorite of their allegation that the comiraiiyhas Hardware Co. i, Out L. nE 1. fl: : o'u2ittf kr. K !
!.tIav..s I'ickrns .. .... ......... 5:15 p. m.ArrlTm the !hand. They are excellent how- I I }'t'e.cr1ptnn which I consider a Crest blesMngI violated t'heIlril Thi- spa. .',- -, I
liarrancm 5:;$ p. m. had n.akxii .ever for bak-ns: and this Is the method I ueak women I \vas<> rervoii' and discouraged 1h. .
- trip to Mctt.s aotl rtturii.t that I hardly knew what Youri the men decline to do unless they m abe >
On VVedne-dayaaudS, : ivs the : Wipe the! fruit will with a soft i km I adfor hnme treatment helped me wonderfully allowed :
to do before the
so t-u-
I-; boat wit l ave Harrancas TIU Pick- (1'ith. MI na; to rub off the fuzz without i, Thanks to Ir Picric" M WETrsjjgjCures etaS333SgS -

en* for Peiiiacola: at 6JO p. ni. toii1hg., and |..i d. into a stone jar, Biliousness is cured by the use of Dr. are started. The comi-any t-a> s :twill : lrrt.I Durrho.thi .

The General French i is for army: filliiis :i'iout, two.thirds full and Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.drnmh arbitrate if the men will go m 6"h'Chlldr.

. z' only and out-idt-r must I Ilefli. C work in thi meantime.' Thus the s-ir- "
purposes auy tt rim I : a I hu'i t-uwr anionic; I vvih _
A have a p.i-; (mill ihe! quartermaster .r \ filil water and place the jar uation is a deadlock and all hoi:.-:; ): ; niK!'
1'rnm Sainr.
o take pu.uge 0 I her. arbitration seem to be abandoned. (TEETHING WWDIRWTsSH < >
I the
ill tli OM'n. linking it-aches slowlynut.I
That IIsultMi: : ; i ,;:1.1.\1111'1'1.:111 i t girls just .
: tliy I are "'I,, ('r and transparent, reicinonianIuMiil: ni'il! tin nest uenr'ti'in It is exp**.tE'd that the company w.'I;!! :: Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, "rg1.I it! ',. .
but m.t broken. It will take from two advertise in this afternoon's papers f>n!'
: in is t'arltwn i unusually ; rf a9r mt>l -'' real '" c- MOFFETT.. M D., ST. LOU, '
STEAMER UNE SCHEDULE to thrii hours aceonling to heat of I' tall. st.Hiding II head' or more above !OHO comlnrtois and moto men to take AI lu'i.--.i i--. i I., I. Mftrr M. Ii ,r sir.J4I' tun ,,1-nur ini -
fivn, .unl si/.o of peaches. The flavorK the pUfes of the strikers. This ad : elyeap.-r-lI, e vita T i ,r, T .--n' I.' i iv. II-M KIM cir I Itroubletes. i ri. ; .t !IIrt- iu -
i their iiKHhers. has IMV.I, n-iiiarked on .:' -/ t -\ r, rlj ss t-thui-te,1 lu ti>- l..iix- f prr>. n"icon'ii'i Ir ,in li.iilT | -
I i retaii.ed; 111I full. Pears either peeled over and over attain and been wade vertiseniect hRS IM",'n on the ('omJ"ry's '\ ,'11, pa s fl i r, ti1 ,1 .i I I''LTI-fl' feTerci'nIii il f r ,|.i.. *.' a I'1I. Ii. r It j
Del"ecu 1''JI!>\U'nla anti I ill..l1-Hoai I It-in th.r -! I t.--rr. lTIIIN\.u linnli) r 0.0 then- e i.'O haz---
: II r iinp-t-lid, :11'.- excellent! baked in th the sub.U'i't ot" learned tlj.tluh.itlons| yet advertising! hook ever sime Sin I' a f- I- a- 1- : .r. ---1" .- ', t 1 I hiTHIN.tht I lt-l' lit,.. 14 m. .t.114 a d.
KunH Daily F' tipi .1\1I\'ay. .- in,' waIf a utile cinnamon bark I no ;AffirmUy acwpted cause has been day morning. \i: :-, tu l>. W ih 1\ 1-.R. 1.1.:. aud .>rTLS.,.'. 1 1In

"CITY OF TJ\ \PA." U .ultleU 11 the sirup pears of the commoner I given for the fact UI to this time.Now There is no disorder of any kln-1!

trades acquire n 8Illel'hr! fla couics a Lull.I'jJ! physician of today. Not a car' is rumlnl'xrfp':
11j L'V Milton ::o''am VDftoolaJipm i11\J I vor. Tho ling cooking turns pears a note and says that it is sm>{>Iy a caepwoetr.fp ing the two small cars although thIs ROYAL STANDARD \IVIJISRE\\'
Ar l' no""ola.II'amr: Milttuiart'im (Jill
i .. :; Kuund I'liusiiij.; deep nil.-Ilural New Yorker.I'or i "f It'II1hl.'lIt'\1 '*. By "SW'l'I. the fourth day of the strike \

L -- I lit.,..," :in Ihs; l'lrtil' ('n*e the nature -. .

).inikH unit '1 hi ni:*. | '}t' theiuns. : laths i is m-t referred to :\afurlU timely.Mothers 8 Years Old, i in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per: m, J

I RICHEST ROYAL FA 1ILY.Ru..h.n A platv to (lilt books and a place toke but their did In fart, stati.-tics of recent I
reprd approaching --- --
i ip hat, golf dtilis, laC'rofe sticks -
pliow that Americans and
years ter with unea-iuE!';;, children tIe --
4 Jto' fliiiip Suiil to1114i other tliins' that fire always : P.ritons <.f iMith 1-eXt'S Itrt' increasing: inhfiuht cold so easily. No diee costtulore. ,,11115 WHISKEY.. distilled at the X. i iJL i- I
.. the"'II..... around Is a comenient posM'Ssion.litre : : Ky., Di-tillery, and is fully matured 1 n I'
ician i-
\ and veiltt.'hy? The phj> little live than croup. It's attak Iso *
The rctemn 11',11" lias, it is j is a oution] of the problem: ': referred to SIYS it is sujrar.Jnat : sudden that the sutlerer! i- oft. II before, bottling. it i is absolutely pure and i
t The cas sliov/n! .h.luld l .- about! feet CI Hi-d PI 'iialiry by any \Vhi.-key of the -.tI,
Kiitl "":llIh tlun t'n.ii uf any > o < P.ritain ansi Anem-a are the beyond human nid before the doctor where!
'I SI no matter produced. The Royalt: i
other (a tit ily' in the wtnltl. la iheHi sitMar eatin? nitioi'!< of the woild and arme*. fcuih can yield readily tOne >- eight titdwhen bottlfd and, i > '
\ years c" -
Minute Ouuh Cure. Liqu.I.!
I 1. IIutclutiMiu'i IJul = U-ne 'niadruj.h'd heir saccharine confeu txclit I nt j ithe
? N. "Lhinv \ H- quality, cheapest \\ li-l;
the mucu" allay* ill tl! iiuin;iUmi r.
,' in t'itlat! shire of .I.-trs.! ::1"! tii.-nket at that As bevcrtt- .
ers of M.inkiiul" tt itaid that: tin- uunimuui i lit! I inovK d:uiger Ab-oi'it-ly At- prico. a ,,"- \
I 'f'.lh !j'flu\\ the I..-'-t exi lauation of ,. an .IIJ<- '!UII'Y( pure stmiulant there i- m-i I Ibhipptd t.
t rru-utie thf zar denies fruui I II fTF1'LL imoifrdiutely. Cun coii/h-no- -
.4 i : ilh'f.I'1., an-i ;it will hIto HI' di-es containing uo mark- wi f > \
,. an :ii--t ; I grip, h1611e1jtlall throat :tiul .in the t.r"\\ii and tatt- doiii.iin j"i < Mimutcil indicate If .
I -tmd until a I l.ttr one -omcs nlotij I trouble V. :S. jIclahnll.lIalllcunG'l : : .l1tfUt;; purchaser, upon < x i: .
.it ;$7,501 i.imi' a yt-ar. :.M"r.- tli.infoilv the wtink-y is not sati-Ded with thl' (I'; ,.
bad fold
: "A reiidfiednie v n-e .
* I liifiili.r.of tin- j1a' .nil.: 1'.11'11.I10t .\ \ OM ilury.. !| If jn..r ht-fnrpIn nnti-ricai ,'"" 1'- can return the game at our expeu-e ..i -I 1 1f '

t In tit* dinft liuc IIf -s-titt--i mdraw ', C: nt.iin William Iiriver. n Salem I iniendrij to witt draw but i iOn .k will be refunded. I

i j rcvt-niifa (t'tiUt" ,.I.t 01.:0.1: skipper is credi'.i-d with! the 'i :\I Itititi ('...uaIi Cure. Iti t-' ''uj MlHi1 I !'.should be <1I'ClolllHIII.d l 1-:
euir in' .tifl'ce ordr, bank di' :
ill tnout-y : 1
aside: fur that pnrj isc b i." 1.,>- Kiiip: 'iI imP.inl '' bestowal! of the name hid <:iory' to j i I my voice PI Unit to win tin ni"> n 'iti ( '
I'f' iu"n> y urdt-r. We refer to Knot .N 1
I. To tit- j" lit,- i i li.trgi-,1 Pharnucy, J,)iiu Sncpn-ud .
-t i"-fitc> tfiM-n the stars and stripes. It was tn 1S.7I
t ) TANDA Ba tin or uy nit'iciiant in 1'.u..a".11.; 1
name of flu* imp'rbl 1 iii"pinmt".. TIH-J i t and the thug! to which he gave the Sidney Kiihn.CURES fo

cover nn :11'1'IIf ::.""1.1.1 :n'n-. LIILTtliin i ln-r. name was carried by the brig Charles

: Sn,1 linl.: and t.. iiitniudi'rntnl .- I >ou"i'tt all around the world and U I I WEAK :1EN FREE.I S. A. FRIEDMAN.

i tin-in i* si'-mmnm. I'.c: : i
now "n exhibition at the l>sex IDiot! I I ,

fore tin- t-niincipitioii of the sO'I'r" m.. I >n tnte, Salrm. :: StiI.K I'KtifKIETOK. PKXSAftilA Kl t

qi t (*10' iK-i> :-iiit* were :ttta('h4d tthee A H ':MT ('.\.sE.I .... I.< te and a H.ippt HUIIK

,'a"t c iate'" mid! were in u M-IIM; the SPENT MORE THAN SIOOO. 'I l' <> 1I0.t nH. irii.ruoM: Jtrr -
( inohos high and :a feet wid! '. The fir'ill
l'rol''rt of their IIWII'rf;. I W.V.. Haker "f Phinview. Neb..
tLclf across the would hold a number : '
Another itiin uf the vast wealth of lIootll> limn may quickly eu *ans..ezn In, ---------- --
'Iv wifeu1Tred from
: I wrltf : .
: of l j 14 thi linperui! funil.v. we are fiirtlit-r I lie.iutiful tuckaway places. If lilY lun? troiihl" fir fifteen year Khftried : .1...... lIt vitaiiu nixlit 10--''- MII ., '; -,- -' -':-- !liiindie every cl.-; of Liqu1M ".' -
: "1I111f' -n.uil w."k orai.Ize. h
.11.IIUt.I ;
told is the iuanlit}' of jewels Us lUtmbtr a nutrherof doctt rs and !rent, bulk or b">ttl\<-. wllIlI", ile or retail at ,
frit nd., you art a college: lv.. the curtain and VIU'T Simply send your halt ;
4 JKIS ''>S. overlini)1) without' Mbf.! Hhe be- i I anil aJJr- ts 'o Dr. Knapp Mniioiil inI I : art down.
The Ku" iiins love sc-in i. Serfs liietolletl : could! U of your eolleae colors, .imp v. flow and lo-t all hope. A I Hull HuiUliiii; 1"1 rOil. ;\lJCII. ai.i! tii- .. .;( j way
I the rest of the case stained a In-coming; friend recommended Foley's Honey j I will gla'lly sriul Ir..- rtipt witli fn I I d 1 AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS FABST BEtRVK
,. tt> fi .i>iiin tln-se wnuilroiiN jewels i lions ... tbat nov man mayvagilv, 10 ii-.
color. The door i is fastened bijw Tar thark thf '
by a and and. to great
.4 eiurand hali--<. th,' insssils: fp i kflt at horn*, Una i. ctrtalnly H ino>! -" '"
I ; (H"den l.ttfh. 1111,1 a pair of iron hints retnedr it sived' her life. She en-1 I I ..rou. ,,1T..r.IInd I II.- ..HUHIIIKI.xtr .i-t- .
the czar have laid them I this fett.Tht 1 t1"lrd'II ? mail show > .
better health than she his from what nn :i 1'.1.
would inM very uiui.h to the style of joys ,
Knth f'lIIf'I""ul\.tr'l; danshtertaid. I the liookcuse.llrolle. known in ten ynar" Refne ?lJhti'l| of thitr"Inoir r>if>-1'lctt"IIY.I HCCejit inv -mi-Hi, ,. COAL AND V'JDOD.

l.iimiunjr; ; that when Alt-\iiuli-r ---- tntesV.. A. D'Alemberte, 121 ::. thank. for youi ol rt'Cf-iit tl<*le I lmRifii \ ..
III. Kewntcd UK \arious r.ind iluchf ,! (.hkL.'ii. I'atafoxtreet.. your Irriitnient n thorough l--l sit,I ItDf
lieiu-llt liai liern .pxtrtiordiaary I II lin-
l.itlic of the Unix-rial family \ EXPECT; TO Sl'Fl'LY A MUCh J/ UgH TKAKh'
eLie" $. $ Choice for broiling/ chickens weih-! I uoinplvtclx' bract mi* up. I aui ju-t a.'Igorou
vilh iin "t nistljcWfls mi the occasionfif : !I \ aubn" a liuy aud you "-,Ln aol
lag from one nnd a half to two r.otlizhow Imppj 1 am." THIS; WIXI'KR THAN EVE: F.FUiF
Rubber hose all sizes at
his ci> t pounds. Split\ them down the back and I "Dt-arf us-\ ur. rifthod worked hfituli-
'I .
I of the ;:ifl". hut tt"-il them cnn-lcsvly fully Kt-.ulti .. .-exactly what I .1.-. <1. <1
the Willis Hardware 00'lIuw..tUy.
n'UI'ItllC whips: anil les. Cut tome .
; ,, ''tr;nKth and \ifor hnconipirtel\ : SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW.
1 lu a Iraw. To I.hli< < :
l' wth pearls and iliaiinmiN n strips! and place OUT and under I I ."
"I' '" 1-oIu-\"nur> ret-elv.d and Iliad Thompson Olsen dc Co
ii fresh" ne'-Klace or tiara was a thing i'f ;\ ,
-. I. the chickens in the (tan; also small bits no troutileln innkin< uof the receipt a- ,
-k email iirc-nint. direoted. mid can truthfully say it U a IHMHI
of butter salt and to tasto.Coer The undersigned takethis method
I to weak 11I"". I &'11 gredlly impru\eii insize.
closely and steam in their own of Dilerin? her service as a .strength SuIt xi"or." Manresa Street, Telephone JJ7.MICKE&CO., .
All confidential -- -- --- --- -- -- --..
I strictly -
Srst-las' i licenced midwife having correspondence is -
' Ill* ()IiIii I iM-iiniolUf. I juice until FCidenllt'ntl'r, being :
I mailed isr plain envelope h-
The Ij.uJoii Inillt'l'r: ni' that tan.fullht t the o\en Is nut :hot 'IlOu1I bad 3o yearexperience.. ,; receipt Is free for the a-lun. and Lucy auntv.ry
Can give be-t of ferfL''e3 from I .. hav.. it.
I the ,Ide.-.t liH-umntiie the VijI hi, out- to burn the butter grav> in the pan. Rita to .
! t1&J built II y Cttir;:e SU'plieiiMjn ft.r the : leading! phYSICIan of tins city.
: Haste once und remove from the pan.
\ .
: Inr.: UlIlDEX"
.. ,
. II fillliT.v Itnrhain In l 'Jilu dredge lightly; with tlour and broil long Jltf 1H :South DeVilIiers Ht.Jllarston .
< jn .t I,... u retired irtiiu servietJStephcnwjn -. I
> I'114)tlgtl to bro\vn nicely. Add to the Plumber Gas and Steam fitter.No.
L had t..-i'slrI4't.,,l his f.rstl ,, .
I ;: :1\ r I in ili' pan one talilcspounftil nt ,
M I.-rl. fur the KIIIIs; ; :
Ht ii< iive. > -
biiiier and the Mime ol Hour stir ui.iil $ (juinalj'e
in 1'1 J. The Hettwirailway
! worth colliery brown and add SDIMInn uau-r. l"ol it South Palafox Street.

tk l.nd nut t.y Step'.iensun.* was to the .1t''ir.otJ! tliiekiii' add! half .wmet'erllllice )l'eSSPlWllllrl __ Hv..HqINa
!! a I 1 ;; All Klud4 o> Planibinif; and las Fittings Material Kepi oi > -
the longest:; ladroiitl: whieh had up tll [ll"ash Stands cheap. .
,: cupful of errata and pour over chicken very ".', 'II\ ""''''''' 'Iflftl.1.. ."
1 that time l-"ii riinstniftid III that 1'1'.1 Just the to
-- -- thing go with
of the of KnuLiiid. It
llnii 11,11'i was 1 Illinium lilyVusli I'rtu l..l 9. tight inilf* in 1is-: -\tcndnz from Too much care cannot In-taken of th>' Jron Beds

Ilettnn iull.ii; I' 1rt''' miles est of i hou.s '\Mt'e n Sfeing that all the (provisions -- -- -- -- -- A. : : .A v'ery

the city of I ;,:: !nn. t.. the >=' M ..
that -l' DR. KING'S

l'I ftaithf oil the river \Vcar ill :'lIl1rl..r.j tions in the market are. tlinrou: ;:hljwashtd. I .. .
-I 'M K.- lit to A \ :ItW".I' 'IJ.h
T& Lind. cri*-iiw in lt" <1.urse \ His is a I):.i iiilar r I in which TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR

E' : I ,\\ one of U v' hlshfst hills i in the I, women fastidious in other matters ar. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I ;1j I tounty of I)hI'I1i In. The teflon line: I often las. All fruit! and ve;.:'(-tlItt THAT COLET.

}& : was oju-neil on N<.\'. IS 1s::.:. or nearl.i' whii h ire not to be deniitled oi TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.: HARDWARE.

three jear In"'iull" tti he tirt 1'1111.! I I skins should Iii"c a thorough Lath..No T', .

-, it lio railway." the Mtx-kton: and l>..irlinston. I I one wl.i I: has seen bananas for ixaitiple. Cures ConsumptionCou

- v and on this d.ue five tiC Stephen'son's I I Colds Asthma
unloaded the IJronchitK
('U pier ever eats
I Iron, Nail Axe.l'ihov.I u. Saw Mill and 'Pllll1bl"lt
L Ioroiutitivo t <> were nt "work !; one without first ttasliu;;: It. llirrit-s. PneumoniaHayFcverPleii- :Supplie Coiingand Heatin: :Stoves. Ptint. Oil-

t j the cncine. jti-t retired after nearlyfljrhty ''I''I ('ul'r..III... jr.iiie.s. ttinot; Oi1! ;:aI1l.'r PreservingAND Window GIt-,;. Gun-, Pistols anJ Fi-hm* Tnckit-.

t years of c,,ntiiiiu>us servue l>eIng the du-t to which tIeare. in pjv.tteror risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, HoiisefHrnisliin (H iod.LAUENS .,.
Aate and Tinware ana !
t one uf them.Ttit I I li-ss d--nv e\pti>.-tl a nil bear the Sore Throat, Croup and -

!t W :r-( ;..rll I (coitainnatiou; of picker' .hands but Whoopbjj Cough. FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMl'AM t3
are liable to have bt-en ti ,-aed withinscctKide
l_ 4 Multitudes are sin; inir! the prai- s I which ate of a i-oisonoiis NO CURE. NO PAY. Pickling: Revere Giant Mitched& Rand--Powder hing'jrthawI'tnJ Co.. Johnson Emry K ilaomine .
Wheel Co., Ltftin
of the Price
dico"erwhich SOc.
,1 Kodpl, uew and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES REE.
nature to man a> well .
> as bugs.wrrplnR ; Iron King and Buck Stoves anti I W'i
I i# making so mauy ick people well ,
i I and weak people! strong by digesting 1 .- .- -- 1 to the anxious hou-ewife means the ;; C ups & CO.'H Raw Hide Lace Leather. Md-ury -

I what they tit, by cleansim; ; and : .. Cnritrt* and Knit*. .o=GOLA y= range heating jut rizht.. } ou can : Made Railroad Colors.

b.-; sweetening the ,.to.>mach aLd bytranforiuing M:my fine carpet* are prematurely count on ga, every time-coil some :Masonic Temple. 1 Pennac-ola. Flari .
their food into the worn out by injudicious sw ecpin;:. He-
Grist and Corn Meal M 11s. timeWhy not use ga ? \Ve take
kind of pure. neh. red blood that I for. Kwoopmi ? nn oxp. nsixt' '*-iri et the
I makes you feel jrood all over.1 r*. floors should lie thickly strewn with j pleasure in showing about our i

Cranfill. of 1'r'y, I. T., writes : For' te.-: leaves, which attract the du>t. Tea H. COliZBLEZ 1 cO.t Tt.p i, !method* and prices knowing. full tf. B. WRIGHT comPANY:

: a.number of years I was, troubled I leates way Lie used also! with Maof 'er.HOICEMIL4IANDPl'fl. well that we have really the ben

1 with indietion and dyspepsia : utouivrSTOCK fuel to be had-the nearest perfection I
rues ami rfi'irt piled
which Brew into the worst f.>nn. upon carpets.In MASCFACTCREBS AND DEALERS IJ.
Finally I wa induced to u-e Kodol i sweeping thick pled: iloor: i-o\erlng; FKl.i that human ingenuity: ha* Jej -, \ I

k aud after n\ag\ four b >ttle. I am entir -I siicii as Axi'iinster and Turkish car rrery Patronize reason Home you should Inila.tror binr Mpalan there ... j vi ed. Call, write, telephone quick i! LUMBER LATHS

.-ly cured. I heartily; recommend I pits; the !broo.u !honJ! always brush :Stock Feed from the Mom/ infActare- answer either way. i! ,

Jod)1 to all suffers from indigestion the way of the pile. This simple precaution lor by sodoln { you encoura .Jme Indory. (

1 and df.I''I'.iToikl' a dot J will ke p the carpet for years. Year In money tarn are Is left tndlrr Inammanl"7 benefit*.! Pensacola Gas Co. 1 I \ SAWED CYPRESS SflIHGLEWlllW( 5c;
meals. It dije* what you eat. i while with careless sweeping dust will In fostering the home matnrer. JOtontrlbatetotbecan.eol' I u_

HargU Pharmacy, John Shepard, enter the carpet and soon p'il; it. it: lotbecommaoltrln wb -a You UT o aif* __ PEX -\COI.A. FLA.
Hidney K"IIIl. Ii .bleb eontrtbntei TOO' virt. j 25 and 27 E. Girden St., Pentaccla Fla.


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Transfer of Road Has Been AnnouncedBy MISS FAY LEE ;
In a lonely! glen in Scotland surrounilo -
Morgan Company. 1 t[ '
!by lofty mountains and miles
New York. Oct. 1.-It is stated on reliable President of the Shakespearian Club, Kansas City. I t I _
Guaranteed Pure. None So Good. from any habitation lies n small loch, authority that J. P. Morgan & j-I-r-------- _*______-J_ .: ___

SOLD EVERYWHERE. or tarn around. \\hwb tradition has I Co. have exercised their option on tn. .*Your booklet came to my ( nervous tension. The nerves : I I _
cast a legend.Years .
: Gates-Hawley holdings of louisTill- i homelike a message of health soonbeirintogivewayunderwlwi
I II and jear; age., \vbcn the turbulent I -
I II and Nashville stock, and that this I I had suffered with the stra n.You perhaps jump

E'--ctric Car. I \. hil.' 1. c'1f1r:,. 1 state (.f Scotland\ ivndeutl life : stock had been transferred to Atlantic headache,backache and bear- ? at any unusual disturbance., I I I -
and roTty in'"I cure a 1: ;e iin.uuut lng-downpaias. I was weak, or laugh or weep, hysterically }
1 -Py drivlr"! A divoratoi uix ,Mti.ut the white Coast Line interests ,
of treasure was supposed to l.a\e teen I nervous and h>stoical and at no apparent cause. _
: .' car a xxoaiai. tI! :.itint, III '.mlxxurk l, iu :. loom ia to I In announcing the close of the Loui That is what Miss Lee
thrown iLto tue loch thre to escape had not consulted! any doctor, I' _
's lountl a ?!''I lie in IIUlUh'1I1.1'h"II"'T; yule and Nashville W '
,L iKJsbihle. It ,; dftictinn and to await the return of1iucetul deal George thinking it would pass away Pp3} North Seventh Street I I
.'.'. name of Mis- ',: i 1' paitnuiurii! .safe tu use xxhite jiaint. times to enable it to be recovered. Perkins of J. P. Morgan & Co., said: j in time, but instead I found Kansas City, Kansas, was 'j I _

", a man who was j ht-.'ti",' th> kill of the <: It Lad been thrown into its "The Atlantic Coast Line company j jis I that the pains increased and 4 coming to when she rescued I

:: of Racinp.i! ; IKimtir nni-t l be n-lied ui. m for a tone I i going to take 306,000 shares of ( were more frequent. I decided i herself by taking Wine of II
hiding! place in the night by those who j I
The Wins made
:! : and unless the p-iinter h.ipiM-iia to tie i to try Wine of Cardui Mia Fat IaaCardal.. I
!: ly injured early i Louisville and Nashville stock. A s>'ndicate '
it and the had been
ISI'Sltl secret
and in short time much her a strong,healthy woman '
I his I a was : -
a genius:
attempts failures
r of naffa'o: and are usually .
has been formed take
solemnly sworn to the naked bladeof to over made million other
on Las
it a e
If it is I i. 1 improved. It seemed to act like a charm. again, as
: a ( whomust
5 11I'p'orkmuu a dirk. an old form of highland; oath the shares and the terms as previousy j I kept up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By inducing I
Le cal'etl! in. Inure than to be binding: and sau-ed. was most satisfactory. to ex- regular menstruation (' ,
.. y j. Stabbed. xxiiso to Gl'elllUpull the white finish. .1' By different routes tn the lone hours recL"Sir. press my gratitude for the suffering that system j is relieved of the terrible wasting : i I

i Ort, 1.-At Ruby, The tii.t of the woodwork: makes! or of niirht! the holder of the secret as Perkins! would not say what is DOW saved meI am in fine health, drains. The ligaments which hold the t t I

,',n Hampton O1IY! : mars the bcheuie of the room. and it :-I'UlLllon the shores of this highland; provisions! had been made for the minority physically and mentally. I can only say womb in place strengthened by a I $

.Iall1 s lUus. The takes! an artist ill mixing painta to pit tam and vainly tried to reach the bot Interest. P.ut It was stated hy I 'thank you', but there" is much more in healthy! flow and that-organ is returned '

,0'1 i :he interest of 01. I the requisite shtnlehiu creams and tom. The loch yielded nothing save: another member of the Morgan flrw! my heart for you. to its normal position. Returning i 'i t (

.. s.- 'i.pii. a partner. olin nnd fea!;ea are to be experimented now the :J11ll.. ,certain fact that it was that the rights of every shareholder 1EARING-DOWN: pains are the health! is the result. This is what \ 4 I I k'' .

,," .:. rt m n. with. unfathomable.Years in that company would he conserved B worst vouaresufferingfromthistrztu'Wj that women know. If of Cardui has done for thousandi I ', -

-- I In 'Iruulile. rolkd away, and 110 further ble you need not be uncertain of the best women in America. h _

i riminnl (ulrlier. \1:1!I. abs.! he ('1'i I'll. "it only my nttf'llIpts'He made, since, dispirited Princely Gift Made By McCall. I about it. The pains in the abdomen, If you need advice write The Ladies' :' ; 1:,

.- has hit! uiwii nu three girls had l len, Ijoxs"1: I they agreed; to abandon the hopelesstoil New York. Oct 1.-The New Yor: and back that feel as If heavy weights Advisory Department, The Chattanoogailcdicine I I'
df trying to fathom Lochan Kin were pulling down on the nerves of the .
Tribune announci that Melvin G Company,Chattanooga, ,
< ; fanning:; the in- I In truth he xx--is in sore trouble, with I s \, as they thin styled it. Subsequently Palliser. chairman! of the stomach are ''btarl ",-dv\\"U pains". Tenn., describing all your symptoms jf
\ whenever any three .%ou,,;; ini-ii thiuuutiinthrre I !etate con.mittee J. t
however to their last failure They may not be particularly severe atpresent and I letter cf advice will be "l _
freely, a
', louiiuitted in the l.brral:: Democratic
or'IM lanj'is and singing three dsffiieiit love party lut they are worse. I : _
... > of the crirni11 bongs !hd, r three \\nido\XH at one aiL I' an iiii-ideiit occurred that in that age says that John A McCall. pr *: I That headache viiich: nearly growing drives you sent you. Secure a$I.00 bottle of Wine _

in all the inost1'ixxii the hame time. 'f.r superstition cast around the loch dent of the New York T lie Irn mo"company distracted now is caused by the terrible of Cardui from your druggist to-day. !j _____

booths con1 "I might; us well be victim of infaouiuu th.> weird belief that it was haunted. has rai.,;,'J $!;)I).fIlIH( > for tii1Democratic -.---- ____- -.__ -I --I--j--rar--- I _

1 I materials: teli1N > ,"' uc !. In:1 baronial keep 1\cd! a thief in state campa fun I. Tl't A million suffering! women, j j i i __ _

and In front a I I all the rude pomp of fl'UfltIIrill '.. His I i p. talk of nominating E. E. McCal!. 'i WINEofCARMI have found relief iaWine i II'1. ::1 I 1I _
had died and left"all danghtir
l.tdy only -
of Cardui.
it-play of notices.ii I A'are who now 1o:1'\\'n: up to womanhood -LsL__ ,I
.. a hell Contain Mercury. L jin'sldeil over the household.\'s justice on the Tan.maiiy ticket tlr _ _ _ -_ _ _ _- !: !tj, I. _
i (':'ill.s theLfrmed neaie>t fall. With this assistance; the Penocratlc II
!. will surely destroy the haughty and imp J
mercury r wi: : '
telephon- in New York i Is 111 i
campaign W1E1iLY 1
? CIIIDUL : 'I \
I"' > of Miiell and completely- !>ri' ,: and these he
to he exceedingly .
them ) .!' tnesliole r-yt*'in wbeu entering him with stern sway. A< was the cu- FOR STEAM DIVISION It. 1 ,
i 'I :-i :lIIllllac's
I ; it through the mucous surfaces. t'un In tln>M. day he had Ions been at 1
If You
nl so that he who Such article should lleH LIj ued riuuity with a n-ighlH'ring chief. Rut Mitchell Still at Wilkesbarre.Wilkesliarre. Have '!: .\ \. lI.ECTltlCTEItMthtL t ; J

I F'ii ; within n few except on pre;:ciiptions from n'pitiable Io\I' Liughs at highland pride ns well Pa.. Oct. 1,-P <> 'i "iiatiou If a crime athe damage: they \ I
physicians Mitchell of the United MineVorkee- i I
at IxkbUii'lis.;!! His nc'glibw: ) had aI
is Trains leave feni-aoola for the Utile f I
raised which itttLly the
i will do iten fold to good
i I.\ i.- you
derive from them.Hall's I <-.w! who P be "iue e'lamnred of the did not leave for New York today !It RheumatismURIGSOL riayoa.lilg r.nyou.Varrlngtoa, I&vy Yin I. 4 t ,
in the poisjldy
: cap- and Fort Barraaoas at
I Catarrh ('manufactured in.Hit: Hut how was the fatal ;gulf was reported bit night that the min t ,

1 I by F. J. Chl'lIl'CII... 'Toledo ()., ..f feudal vtiifV to be l.ridgtdV! Time ers' chief would go to the metropol's I -. -- --- \.30a. m.arrly* at tort Barrancai Tlta.oa .i .' I IIUll

... contains; no llW'rCUl}', and i i- taken 1 wei.t mi..toln; interviews when by early this morning but up to noon i awas the great' tested andndurst'd lOUp.m.arrtveatFort: $) a. m.arrive at Fort Harranoai H"rrancaIO:6b..m 16 p.Di It', -. ;%. ,I

aI'' [ii S FOR TWENTY YEARS. internally acting: directly upon the accident they met or when her father still in the city. :\Mitchell de- ta1iiorniaRemedy I 8..SO p. m. arrive at Fort liarrancas 4:16 p m t I I
blood and mucous surface of the I nl.sdlt.I'e all that the to comment on the conference will cure I ;15 p.m. arrive at rort Harrauoaa Tuop m t "
dined .
!Mi.ith of Danville, was young I
> you. It al.o cures Liver Kidney aud 8W p.m. arrive Fort Barraucai 86: p.m I j
system In buying Hall's Catarrh hearts could clean from the stem hate held yesterday between the president Bladder diseases, caused by aa excess of Train leave Fort Barraucai for l>enikI I i! I t.
I !had i brouclutis for Cure ba sure you get the genuine. of both the partnts till unable to bear and members of his cabinet in which uric acid. It Lever fails and builds tip I oola at 1 :itf
'.J uever got relief It istnken internally and is; made in I the health and strength while using itSeud I f :
the lonz, WI'arH't'kl that occasionally the coal strike situation was discussed stamp for book of wonderful certificates 1! 1I\am.: arrive at fensacola .... 8:00: a. a I '
: F"llf- Honey and Tar Toledo, Ohio by F. J. Cheney & Co. prevented their met.tings the young Price. $1 per bottle. For tale! : 11:00 p, m. ..rrlve..t 1'8nBacol.ll6 p.a t. "
Testimonials free. | by druggists. If ycur druggist can cot 2p.m.arriveatFensaooIa..__ IM p.m If !
cunContains no, tI'old by Druggists i r"ce"oc; i i chieftain! detcrmitud to beard the lion Thousands Paid for Corpses. supply )ou it will be sent prepaid upon 6:00 p m arrive at IVnkaoola ,..---.. 5:4A p 111 I

'.\ ,\ D'Alemberte, 121! .-;. I per bottle. In his den and demand the hand of his Paducah. Ky.. Oct. 1,-The bodies I receipt of price. Address Tie p. m. arrive Peneaoola$_.._..__. T t::80&fi p.1:45p.m.&rrlve&tenb&Ooi p.,aHataraaji i i ,! I
i i
Hall's Family Pill are the best. daughter. Accompanied' by au (escort and U H. Magill. who .
j of I.. L. Hunter I $ Urlcsol Chemlc1! CO", Los AngelesCal.! only I i

i hf arrhed! before the drawbridge and were lost in the burning of the City \ or the I FOB WEKK DATS 't :IFABE
d'-maiided interview with the chief.The .
interview f.u oxer, the chieftain of pittshurg last April. 3" miles hf"1 I Lamar & 3nkln Drug Co, Atlanta, 6a. i I Peniaoola to Fort Farranoassnd return ifitPeaeacola I
I low Pailueah were today found miles : to Navy Yard and retnrn._. MPeniaaola J'I

-_ ".. -- ....-- .,. Ii"f. "- _.'_-- ..._- ... .,..,........ I with a heavy heait ree-rosed below the wreck and ha1 apparently !I I Distributing Agents. to Palmetto He..oll..od renrn Itt9PNDAT 1 ,f ;
: ; "
r : that drawbridge and doffed his bonnet been covered with san1They WCM I I ICHKDODB I .
to :i form on the battlement n ban wt>albor parmit. the running o i

TWENTY WORDS I It VX.K some Mine before they again:; wealthy manufacturers thousand dollar of Tidiout.had Tieon Pa: I I open couches. I' j ; I .. 11'I
f. iiu-t. Theculef had n-ed harsh words and several Le..vt<< Peniaoola LT Fort Barrancn: I
.: by ielatix-es in the effort! to fln-i tua.m. 1
.... .ind harsh measures! to his daughter: spent : n a. a. II m.

: .- :: l.iit "Live 1 will find out the way." and the ttllii's I I i 1p.m. ip.m.. I I ', :i 'I
Ipm ip.m.l '
,; 1 at the next meeting; of the lovers they p. a p.m. I : .
el The 4 p. m pm. ,
had arranged to pe. strong;

TWENTY CENTS. [m'j] jiuwei of w-iimu's' love nerved her for I ftp.ip.m m. r I II.p.m m,, It t\ !
I; .'. the di-ed. The heartless home *he was FARB FOB 1t1I'fDAY' I
iiliout! to I1'l'l'lDccl to palliate\ the !I, This sipnattire: III on erery box: rt the g tnt :r. g'snsacola to art: B N' "'tr I
: Laxative Bromo=QuinineTat 1 are and rl.ltorn.____.....,..._ I ; ,
art. The absence ,"f the old J
temporary | feoiaoola to Palmetto Heol! and 1 'l' :
chief afforded ui'pnrtnnit.v. Lhe reuacty that _cure5actlthfu__ one da;,'. i I re&arn._______ 'I I
j '::1. 111 allwmt iun\l'11! ill the DA t 11 i.v 1'iF.wOW Cent a --- | .
k No freight dyed after 1:10
: dark November evening about p. m. i
On a
We will launder
{ .
spreads .
r : I C' tumn often !lirin wonderful reultThere, ino 1 tuo hours after sunset a horse! bearingthe 15 cents each and make yonr them tOl\\ 'St f A Wire Cordial.) 1 '

i method nr medium in the "
was wending Its way with ditfl- .1'.1'I I'
r '. through these COIUIIlU3.V I II I the \MaIaiialandTypiioidJ The Beer LJ
I I culty along the rugged path : // you wish very best
I: amid the darkness when the sound of I' \Slflfua&c. '. '
:' ice creamfreezer at the : That ,
very Made@
3 ;::0aHsHAVE YOU A WANTaps&s: : llorss' hoofs was beard. To turn was ; ;

to encounter foes behind as well liS HI lowest price, the Willis :

I. front if foes they were as d" Hardware Co. can please : '
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: the flight of the lady bath been discovered ,
A.ntWallted.: N' itoricty Wautfd.Opiniuu ;at the uubtlt r.esides the natureof you I

Ii Wanted. -- -- -
B"lrJ..r"V.lUted. tlie ground and darkne-s rendendCisrlit :

:- C' 'k Wanted. Partner Wanted.Quilter : : boi'>eless. To mveahittleto. the PARKER'S 1 --IrfVICTORIA- I.

I Orinrlutell.. -. Wanted. side! and ijuictly! await the dian efbeinj s.J HAIR BALSAM I
f.;!s.1 : Clwuit and twjutiticfl the hair.I'omotet I !
iuPH'auted.. Rooms \\'anted.F t ; juissed in the darkness! all l' 1- Ituumnt IroirftNever j I'I '
l.Y4 i Full to Bestore Ony
IrIiture, WantPd. Serwaiitanted.. that now remained t<) _the > outlttullovers. e Hair to in Youlhful Color. I, 'J II
i'rt" Cuivt wm'p' dt.aMhair, .t......" d4- : I M\DE HV At'AIE IiliF\'ENUJ'O.
The night baiT lit been *
G i1.1',111"1''autp Teainanted.. I 1 ft* and tl'aJftt l>nig :
dark! hut still. The wind was nowsweepiiiK I IMWr: 10-CKXT ItOTILK IIKI3U i .
Wanted. UUiOllUlfllluted..
H It. LWillSKY:1I I
; over the bleak m x>r jind liurryii :
I f!!it.-r Wanted Vehicles \Vanted.j jJ.J I I' I' I }. I II
; the bl.ick clouds across tin ky 1 "I
,j-I I..Wanted.. WiveWanted.. I DANNHEI8BER BROS. I i
with iucrmoing'jlll'IIOI': The \ ouugehief PILES"r.ufl"ufld ri I IL
Pc : f'\Vanted.. Xpeniice Wanted. ....
: felt the fair bund that held Ills II L AiiKNTS FoR THE CELEBRATED 'i'

Wantcil\ Y"'re wanted to have, (" Kit die tighten:: as the sound of thehnp.i.s' ,

\Vautt-d. Z1...' eii"ii::h tn) place a ,...). hoofs \\.I$ heard but no the fortorn ofrbe damned I 1. f, Harper Wey. i iMain

I ,.'lo.iin. ii', signs; of fear. All had alYl't > with, protrudiuit pile j.rolljhon by constips- : H"IH'-lUI 8. P.ilafox street. I''
_ _ _ _I _ _ _ _ _ 11 when of tim Wit" nblcli I was ai'd for twenty
; tone well a fdeaui:: inooii- years I ran across your CAt-CAKtl in its It_ It. Kxchaicre; -0pp. Union Depot. I
tow of :\Vwell' I bit; lit up the scene aud revmlcd a never anything P. o. Bux! 2!<1. 1'ensacola, Fla. '
to equal iiirin T')-day I f n' entirely free from i )
I nu! ( ((1IIU1L1. SPECIAL RiTES EYTH : IITIV: of horsemen scarce thirty yards! plies and fee! like a new man I PiIftU6 118-268. I' HPROfESSIONAL
tl \ lUIQ There was no tune for lc"! C 11. KliTZ. nil Jones fat SIoux City Ia.P I I f
I BU. i 11 I ULU1I1O WEEK OR MONTH. .; lilieration.I The young dueflam di"hit'd ; ;! :

,: -:-. .... .....,=,=,,. ---. .-=,=,"... _.__..._ ...,.!a his spurs to his \hor.: and with.. a CARDS.
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-- ', '
: '';;''';;' ';;" ';:':' !;' { Ixniiid 1 the noble animal was cro Miiiii

In- now moonlit moor at full speed, Scientifically Distilled, w. cRthiEi7; ; i IIOttiee ; :;

"i 1'l'U l..IN I ). \v A l'i'l'l' u. Imtlx_' pursued the elwf and In i* part ,
: 17 f4. I'alafus.; ; ::1'
i iI -- \. 'aptute(', but don't fire!" was the Naturally Aged, .
I l 1.1 I Nl\\I un iiniinnp n'tl r.- \\T \\ Ft:M.-M.-n: to learn barber trad. TAADIMARS Hour-fi im s to 4.i i a. m aad 1 to 3 p. m I'I
brief oumiand. il
,,r_. or -i\mll limounl At !l"w 1 I siewdy practitt I and aftt-r 7 lock
4utililied teachers :
'. r.,- l all on U'-li* E:, Hwuk-, II..r,. ..\|1"'nl'l"'" II! bort tinu than years At first the losers outstripped tlll'irpur"III'I'S Absolutely Pure, "

t 14111\. "i.i. 1'alnfox: 1-1 ,, to ihir.iitm I >,1.l wii'-ri*. louis ifi\en, board incliid-d. but the double burden beganto I'esl And SatVst fur all I'WIH Phono QO. ; .II
wa.TsSsHtiirdAXs.estHOllsbi-il Isiil.\ l'irtlCU-
-- I lariaiul "-ataiu. mailed fr..... Moler llar-: : tell\ on the young (hieftain's horse mnt. Palatable. I'otent. Taut! Onoa. Po p
: Good,Never Sicken n eaten,or Gru'e.lOc:2jc;; 5UC. For. riale byDannheisser
birfolieinew <
'fll.II.\\ -110 )011 nwd raont-y? i leans l.a. s'tf I I ai.d tile distance between: lessened. Refrigerators
\ ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... \ have a
: borrow amount want .. ,
un nay you I .1 The chIef gaining on them at ., ... .... .... .. lt11'i
.1-1. si t..rllh and lonrtit tiitcsI ; was .PI' P..d, Cp. ,. Cbt.u. ) II. M. Bros. : few which '
tunable.on nrproxed city r.>ftl i in I ,rANTl.lir wo colored boys at rena- every stride, and the pale moon still --- 1 i, left, we will sell i! :;
\\ III ri<.btr,2ut'!, .South I'aU- t cola. .AtliKieclul! >; iiNooiie girl to 11\"Itnllla.II. NO.TO'DHWSlid and gnnriint'M tr all drug- at cost. Marston 1.
In-lf i iM I II nywn.iiium clns. fail at club I shone on the scene. Suddenly, as if Quina.WE i ii if
wow corner lielniont and I'.uylen streets. the eaith had opened! at their feet

I \ I'll BOKKOW MO.NKYln I lo.itTAM'Kli over the precipice that overhangs the -;

I ,. > .ure. your property pro- I .\ -Oat anil bran .. LoUian Kin Uhoaii leaped the horse WILL :
f t tl. buy or et-ll rrsl es- \ ack Mellen- $ @ :l
: have I I (0. ?:iw and his rhlt'I'u exclamation of horror f
!I I' % i< an> description i I
< .r your taxi attended to, -- --- -- :
I a wild yell of agony came from the F :
I 11 t .. 1 bin. C. W at on >t Co.iprince 'I TANTED-All kind 0( empty beer
> I I I : nents' Pensa- \\ bottl,,'. t!. A. I'aIEDAN.' noyutl thief as he beheld this fatal leap. A. CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK SUMMER GOODS .
i llIo""rllle. To everyone iI i dull, heavy splash in the deep, dark j ,
-- -
> will lendmonfyi -- -
v nu n we --I
fl '. ltd-tf \\'uh'r'l'nl'ltll xxas all that responded.From .
la bou
e.----- NQ'" 1"lluH; -P-IiiipIllIi'i- ....... ....[.-. -..... that hour it was shunned as a !I at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of : t !

I i -h.1 KIMIHI-. | 1APT. \KTHUKN lat "t book.. np-to- fatal spot --.z.Fall Goods \ .1
: J i \
-- --- -------- V> date, coiitaininu. ::: new code of slKnals. The story of the treasure had !Jf'enhUlld..1 'I ,
anti the \\ hol. exiiiiuimuon: for masters andmate I- II
t. ia room; tarnished. Mrs.ii down from father to son, and '
of seagoingesieU: worked out and ; ii
"I'',1 :.. : North Uarcelonu".I\\' ..:I plain.II tot hut applicant. for license will a party of stout hearts again:; resolvedto I 28 doz Men's Laundried: r31urt, 68 pair Ladies'Spring Heel hoP, let your boys ready for school I i

I', RF )Ooo_ l .;. scene of the hidden gold. A night; j :27 doz )Jen' Colored Laundried pair. 58 Boys' Suits, regular price, $1.00, i ::1
f -- was fixed, but scarce had the task begun to close 7oc suit. ,
- at
Itort-il \ L
'II"UllCIPIlIIlP"" i! shirts, regular 75c, to close at 53c.j 83 pair Ladies'! Low Cut Slipper'!, ; .
', fHiit helow co>.t. a tm> -- band 67 Wool Suit"
: --- ere an arm, the holding a Boys' regular price '
.. regular J1.25 goods, to close at $l.O5 1 ii$
: .-' ju-t from the factor >K ROIlED WELL j 57 doz Men's Colored Laundried and clone at 1.15 -
and FV AM pDII'8- linked; dirk, is said to have risen from pair. $1.50 $1.75. to $ salt. !
:.urt. ortiuodesks Apply to I). M. Merntt aud G. J. Rutherford I Shirts, regular oOc goods, to close at3cc 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits! regular II
i tlt'lol'O-t. bt isber's the water and an unearthly voice to I It
old reliable well and
L' Tarragona St. tf Work guaranteed. Not on the pump installment fixer: have ejaculated, "Forbear! ; these goods should go in 24 68 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular -. price 2.00 to $3.00 to close at $l4O \ .

I --- plan : our prices are low but strictly pot hours. $1.50 goods, to close at $1-20 and $2,00 suit. 1
I, j ,'ie mot deblrabl lot In cab address H. M. Mcrrttt, Olne. Ho.alm. 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan We carry the largest; line of Boys'I
"Ii.y terras by tbe Usher > To ACCOMMODATE those who are I pair.We ;
i ,"coy. 204'', "Houtb' Palafox -- -- --- I partial to the use of atomizers in applying Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c carry the largest line of Boys' Pants! carried by any house in the ,

II Il\I\lm-- lihut'l'J,:, u.tun ,'hc>()I. liquids into the nasal passages I goods. .1.1I Shoes of any house in Pensacola. city.All of our Ladies' and Misses' .1" !

I I. '11\ witbs.iksold calf. ........ .............. for f'(1rrhtoullex, the pro 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit drop-stitched! 2oc. hose i :I '
to close 1
1.\ S t.artteld. oltf I prietors prepare Cream Balm. Price, Undershirts, at SOc, regular 45c, them in any size. at : ,
20c. '
T'lNIERGARTEN SCHOOL will he I pair. !
II .Yllt (GOOU I\. opened at :l-o; East Wright street, Oct. including the spraying tube is 7 cts. sold by others at oOc. We have just received a fall line 100 doz Misses' full seamless! hose, Ii t
.. 1. Miss : :!I.< {{ J JPrivate Druggists or mail. The I All dollar line of tll
by Margaret Maclay. >' I by liquid our underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 2'jc. -I
'1 '- \ Ki KElKVEMannfactnrerale embodies the medicinal properties 1 I close at 75 cents. close at EOc for your choice. Some!:! 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose ,:
1 In Kair Uoodt, H au. Toilet I I
j, *i'01leto.Kw! W. Government 5eltiol. of the solid preparation. Cream II I' 72 Pair Ladies' Spring Heel Low of them are worth $1.50. regular lOc goods to close at 6c pair. :jt t i

---- herI I Balm is quickly absorbed by the I Cut Slippers, 2j to 7, regular |1 We carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full lIne I : ;.It

l'tt'l.l'IIV. MISS PATTI Reboot HOL1JEX at So.will V West reopen Jackson : secretions membrane and but does changes not dry them up to the a i!, goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. I Ladies' 1-ld Gloves in all shades. n i ,4

htreet.nct. 1. I.":!. teacblng grades I. :2.3. 4 |I
.' -. COMB KKOWN LEUHOKNSly and 5. Terms JJ.OO; per montn or $\'*' for natural and healthy character. Ely

\ at, WUUs stoct;HardwareCo's.and Fgg for sale.mtt\ I I two in a family. Him ; Brothers, 56 Warren St.. X. Y. Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, we will have Room \ ill'

( U'L. FIAWEHi4. .... I'"OP- 'ulleraIIoJ. 1 I Buy a new garden hose : t
-- --- --- F. E. BRKMNER'S ; ;,
i' WKKH and Moral Leilgaiigns FLOWERS FOH FUNERALS inrnlined I I :
'"< ordered for ca>tomrei. in bouquets orepeclal deilgniMUa from the Willis Hardware
SI ::e Moreno, 3J3Veit: Oregory.ftdlm. violette Moreno, KM! Welt Gregory I'I I SOUTH PALAFOX : 'I 1 .!
phone 8.'9. 2dlm Company. t 10 5; STREET.


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the city finances the interest on the I AN UXPARALLED RECUk- .

bonded debt was not paid, except [, ARC LIGHTS Don't try cheap cough medicines. Get [

: S such coupons as were tendered to
L t
the city for licenses and taxes. These the best, pay the price. Ayer's Cherry

coupons were often sold by the boud- ON WHARF
Entered at the Post Office at Feneacola
/la. iecond-clask matter. holders to the large tax payers at a Pectoral. 60 of cures.J C.AjrnCo ,
years .
discount, the city receiving them at'i' __ .Mui. 100 %
Ol'nCE :-Fltf Building SHJi '
atafos street, up-sulrs. par.
This method so weakened the .

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. credit of the city that her bonds FOR RUSH OF WINTER ITHE WEATHER Frisco Road Has Fatal Accident 'i iFayett
ville. Ark ,
Oct 1 In
were hawked about at 50 to Tu centson a
wreck on the St. Paul branch of the During August EVEIU( i :\
Terms: Invariably in Advance. the dollar. BUSINESS. the death claim
'Frisco railroad Firemen paid in t .
Oat Year by Man .......... .., ._ ..............tsuu I At the first interest period after i I Abrahamwas States! and '
TODAYLocal Canada .
Biz Months ..... .... ..... ... 2 50 the induction into office of Comp killed and Engineer Thomas KInney by If t .
ble Life .
and Conductor Horace Assurance .
Carrier, Monday 10 Miller seriously s ,1.' :
arable .
Week by
troller Morgan, all the past due Interest Home this week four ?
day big arc
scaHed. The [
I ) : engine left the paid within one day aft.-rr> :, .,
TELEPHONE NO. 118.tdrertiiirg and the accruing coupons were lights will be placed in position onI Forecast-Kair tonight Fridayshowers track while backing. proof.
in cash and all they I
paid as
Comtnaiidaucia wharf, a contractfor ; light to trash north to east winds. : j
Rates Furnished on Application have fallen due since have been I{ Explored Wilderness. And luriiir; nonmun Ii, ,?! '1,.

their erection having been made in Last Hour Wash. Oct. > ear lias tin I> T( ont.i-, .
promptly paid upon presentation, Temperature 24 : I Seattle. 1.-After trarrraln :': I. "

aud the city's credit has been raisedto by the railroad company. Wiring Minimum: .... .... 7"d<"sr..f s !? a ulldernws where whltv below HS"...
Minimum .................. ......................(degrees ; men
UNION Lr,5EL, the highest plane, her bonds now and necessary fixtures have already {I have never before ventured, the United This excels the :SK-I.; t '

aI being above par. been placed there, and illuminatorswill I Temperature Elsewhere : Statea geological! survey hag completed great record. It haL" % : \

Under this splendid financial man- Wax Min a preliminary examination of !
be erected upon their arrival.A Atlanta ... ...... .................... 71 w the country ea6t of Cook's Inlet a.aiTanara. been approached by any.: .
agement the credit of the city has I Bismarck ..... .... ............. ......ft :!II pany.
PEHSAOOLA, OOT 2, 1902 become so that the special circuit from the electric Chicago ..... ..... .............. .... 51 SO A party of explorers und rConil I
good contemplated Cincinnati.... ......._...........r.:! 1.2 Fred Brook made the trip "s'trongest in HIP
new issue of bonds can be light plant will furnish power tocre- Oalveston. ..... ... ......._ "'I I\ i Uurl CITY FIXANCKS. Huron .. ..... ... ... .................5: and after several months' hard TiorK. Mr. THE EQUITAIILE !
sold at or above par, even with the ate and make the new lights! perfect. Jacksonville ..........._. ..._ .l Brooke Is now la Seattle LIF.t: "
: Kan _.... .... ....M\ 4' ANCE hOCIh I
small of as '.lty l 1\
Persistent intelligent efforts always rate interest, 4 per cent, allowed -i There are eight large lights on Key .to.t ..... ........... k.. wMempUis -- -- ---- -
bring result*. This is demonstrated by the recently passed bonding I .... .... ..... .. ....... #H 5" When wake with a bad OF THE SITKli, -i 11. .
i I Tarragona wharf, and the same Mobile ..... .. .. .._.... ... ._.._. W eMontgomery \ you up
in the pre-ent splendid financial I act, and with the new Ux law a _.... .... h_ .. m..' 7U SNNew tate in your mouth, ;go at once to a j I
small tax will the interest number on Mucogee. It was statedi Orleans ...... ....... ....... sii 6 ii I
condition of the city of Peusacola. very levy pay i New York------------------------- <; *ni drugstore and Ret a free sample of Ii

on as large a bonded indebtedness I i i yesterday: that as soon as things got i i savannah ..::::::. .....__ : : *-2 "> Chamberlain's ttomach and Liver j j KXOWLES llIW ..
isl. Louis .. ... . ils ;.i '
As far back as IBM: ;, in his annual as the city should in wisdom,'to running smoothly on Cowman- I I! 'I Tablets One or two doses will I GeneralKIIHI..,

report dated S<>pt. 30, City Comp- incur. make well. They alo bil-
you cure
;| dancia and certain repairs had been BGJDWEISER.01f ,309 8. Palafox St.. PKN-\t:
troller Geo. T. Morgan began to urge The virlous finance committees ; I ton sick headache and conti-l!
I Ii I
completed to the East incline, four p'ltion.: All druggists i and medicine
the enactment of legislation enabling !have aided materially m the accom-1 i( i iI ',
I' t'3'I' :JA... dealers. >
make its phshment of these result., but they J adlitiouallihts; will be placed. i ji FOR
the city to own a""e- 'j fear the na! K.j:; Yi watt .1.\3S BCt;; I -- RENT.FORKEVT .

inents upon taxable property, mdf- are all busy men of affairs, and it i j.. i While no iuformition has been :!! rk : WDWKISEIJ.:

A pendent of tl.e tate as-essm-Mit. In a matter of general notoriety that i i imparted to oill !ers and employes on ;!,: bar # 1M ---Thc *:' ,

his report of that year he said : I nearly! all the plans for building np LOOK gymnasium tin r '
thedockthe extensive lighting plans
"I am constrained; to think that tae city's credit were formulated by I, BUDWKISEK.; cola Athletic ( 'I"<
I are taken to mean that heavy buij ---------- OUTFOR
Comptl'ollerlorglII., and that his
the better plan would be fur the i rented during tin .

I city to make it* own a ,;e"slUellt'l has been the directing baud in rutting j ness is contemplated by the railroad: !: WASHINGTON DREGGORS for fairs cotua' ,.
k;: i provided it is done under carefully them into effect. company: this winter and thee prf.'pI I i' _-
and return, from Yen*acnla, ou account -
--- etc- For .
digested! and proper laws. I Another importjnt factor in in-i: ces, />u r'
e I ',l arati"ns are being made in order : of the (}. A. II., 19.70; to New .
am 5ati-1it-d, from careful investigation creasing the revenues of the city has !, IIu"lgin-' cigar aud tobacco factory call ai the clu' <
that night work be York and return, #:!',iu.
may performed
and trim familiarity with the I been Its preent chief executive has secured the erviieof Mr. phoneVu. <>!>J.
: | These
tax! laws of thor states and citie*, | :Mayor C. Moreno Jones, who j"! with- as conveniently a* that ia the day i! rate apply over the seaboard -' --- -
I Air Line Iliilway in connec1 J. L. Dregsor2 of South Florida, an
that the city of Pensaeola can, with | out doubt the best police judge the time. i
J sign with the I.. & X.. through River experience cIr man, who will begin EVERYBODY LOOKS
+ proper tax lawon account of the I 1 city ha-ever had, the income from Electricians
: yesterday completed: Junction .September 2'J: a : -
Jacksonville: and Rich- systematic canvass
: more equitable distribution of the w i municipal lines being much larger FOR The t: l
the wirieg; and lighting of the office I IllOttd. i of the city for order* for the <
?J. burden and the ;greater certainty of ;, under his than any foimer administration j( -- 1
The products of the factory-"Hndgin-
tram from
through l'euaco-1;
building: now ready occupancy
collectiondtnve a larger revenueon this large aggregate of cash :, '
1 la i is: scheduled to connect at Jack- 'o-Cent"cijar' ; and "}lJg Pensacola"smoking Here, it I-. Call "i i
t a lower tax rate, and with a I lightened tlties; aiding wonderfully in making:'There have been (pliced therein 120: Creary. Th.Ilrf Ji-n
Jn I i 'sonville, with the Seaboard Fat I{I u>bacu ,. Dealerar red < :
i burden to the people, than under I! prompt ca-h p'ivment of current expene incandescent lights and a big arc : work that can be tunn-.i I .. ,
Mail, carrying through sleepers, and j quested! to investigate quality, term!, | 1
$ existing laws." *. I: I j jvetibuleJ prepared to do any kits! t
11 I light may be placed just over theI day coaches, Jacksonville j etc., atilt to favor him with their or- They put on India rul.b i .
Year after then, The of Pensacola! iin i !
yearnice Comptroller I city a -pleudid -
I front entrance door to light the stair- I to Wa-hinston; and through ders. be-t on the markpt, <>n -!' >"
1 Morgan continued to urge the financial condition. May it con.i a* they have: a full 1111'>
need of tnis legislation until finally I tinue to improve in the future as it I J way aud immediate surrounding 'I sleepers 1 Jacksonville: to New York. II,. Life In "('nl. : tires In stock.

an act to that: tiffct was passed by I has in the pat. < It was said the building would be I! 2i; -I 1 wBl'D'El"EIL >-I ju-t s-eeined to have gone all to !1 Does your buggy need 'ii,

1 ... -- -- i iAniPiuaV I im the tegI la ture. Ic i is now in force .occupied in a short while now, : piece-. write* Alfred H".e. of Welfare I.
very 'I Their price.*, too, ,
are re
I :i-mi i
J-.HIIOIIS Ilaiiiic ----- TeX, biliouiiieaud lame
aud its beneficent ttlects will be felt j i ii a have .
j furniture will they ample capita! I.>
or as soon as some new back had made life a but df-II. I
t.. by the, city tax payers this 'elr. The Look with horror on Skin Kruptioi i FleNchman's Compre-ed Yeast, Ifreh I couldn't a lirt-clas carriage bun i i : _
rat or sleep and felt almost
results h) that the Blotches Sores, PI1[)Ie. Theydon'r'have arrive. Lighting apparatus was the | daily and kept on ice, at the I repairing busiuesI; ),.1.t : :
:go prove of too \v< them, our will any one wl.u. I Wr-t Florida >ttni Hikery, two .. call on them.
Comptroller Morian in Ib'n; thing left to complete the building. t"\1. e JllcctrnHitter- hut they worteil
i". were u-es liucklen'd Arnica: Salve. It' cake for ij ntnr one fikc: and oneticket Scalerepaired., .
f 1 I wonder.. Now I nlt-Hp like a top, ;i icm
prophetic.Tne Electricians for 3 (
t glortfiesthe f ice. Eczema or Hilt' said yesterday afternoon centHuknr- and j Hl'Il/.EKiV: ('I.I/ \ ,

= : city was fortunate in ,securing liheum vani-li before it. It cure* that mere were at least 2000 !!| hotel. supplied m any qiuntity. --tr-njti nit! atiythiux and enjoy; have hard gained" Iu;: Ea-t Uaid> i. -

the services of careful, 1-ore lips chapped hand, chilblain! I l'I' Phone 57.MEAT .
paiu"lk-1 ,ivH vijjorou* health and
f Infallible for Pile*. 2jj; at W. A. bulb! lights: on the new what f, and i, y : new
ing and conscieuciou life! ic Weak, sickly! run-down
? a.e"sorIr. per-
I 1) Alemberte's
dru,' IIoulh!
J J.Tliorntou Wliiling-aud the good I I 1 Palafox street thould all be turned, on at one time Carolina Portland l'bTry th.m. Only 50c at W. A.D'Almiberte'sdru & MALT haam. .n

) 1 results; of the new law are largelydue .- -- -- ,j, the glare would brillnutly illumine street.licDWEI. _' store, 121 i S< uthPalatuv dietetic value. \t hilt' rH'r...: i I' :

;,1 to Hi-. competent, careful and I __ IH'gl.EH.. !I the whole: harb3r.. i! pleasant to take, it h-lj'1- :

!::4 I thorough; work.I'uder - -- Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM gH. tion of fond. Sold I by

this law I "HUMAN HEARTS." ;! Out of Hr.ltl.'b ."\-. i iI
new the revenue of I, DANNI1pI1k: : I 1:1: !:' "

I ': this city this year be over. percent ; "TVhen death: seemed; very near I The tlne-t line of sterling silver :, fI
I from a severe s ornach and liver ;>v>da and silver! novelties is to be I|
rt' n The beautiful 1 ,
:cure: than tnat of la-t year: on a play 'Hunun i ,
; trouble that I had suffered with for ; t turd it ]. I. (Stephens'. Prices to ,; FINE STATIONERY.i .
; tax rate little I Hearts is *tid to leave a favorable "
very more thin Half years. writes P. Muse, Durham, X.I I ?tease all
i the rate of la-t ,\ ear. impression wherever it pre-ented.. j| C., "Dr. Kiu-- New Life Pill -I\.d ; -

i1 The e-umate <>l the revenue of 'I Its naturalness di-arrn. critici-m ; '1 my life and gave me perfect; heilth." Stockof Portland: all Cfmnt Hrjrh.Grade" Ameri-" i I '.. Thompson :X".. i -

j1 I the, city for this m.ide the spectator yielding himself to its J>e-t pill* on earth and only J;,e at ca (i 'I'm.l.iol. i| 11t nlniost cost for the '
year by Comptroller (Jprnian -.itiirn, (it-nn.iii
W. A. D'Alembf-rte's drug -tiie, 121ftouth Port-1 I* II IIIILUIC c 'Palafox street, haw ju-: "; "
i;, t :Morgan, ba-ed uu a tax levy I I! power to make him laugh or cry, a* Pil..l.xtreet.. land Omeiit. KingN.1. Calcined [) I nPXt room for> djys new to stock.l make. i i! new supply of Liiifi H. I j.

otonly 11 mills, will be the cae be. The piemen* of Pla-rer, Ro-endjle Cement, kept at !|
r $127,472, as I I may Norfolk Port-mouth I II O.l M I Pr '
compared with lU-MiiD! List: year on a I|icomedratnd pathoare artl..ticalI.em.lo.I1 {, i,I; Havatiuah. Jack-onville, Charh"toll.1 Pensacola Envelopes to match Ox!< f

.JO-lI1iIlIH '. This is a good -how- and the light* and shadows : Mobile.; New '
;i, ilveston.
BEER WITH A I I I EMPTY SACKS WANTED. also Foreign Mail Tabletvelope w.' t
lug and! \proves the value of the new ::, of the story are finely proportinned ', ,|I We also make shipments direct from 'I -. to match. li.k I I

I tax law.Under. with a view to unity. It will i il : Mill wherever we Yet cheapf-t The Mfrllen-Cro-by O. want nat .
Penholder*, Hl.tukLo"kI I ,
l I : SOUL IN IT : freight rate i ole -Piling asents for"Alabama"
the asestnent made under' -presented at the l'eb5.tcol.1pHa I
1 II I I and ":,outhprn Cro-* and: bran sack. .{;{-:! etc, always on hand.
the new law, and a levy of 11 mills, I!i hou-e tomorrow night I! -- 1 Brand," Port lurtf Cement M.iicnolia 1'hune2al.

# the majority of the average and I| I Hydraulic Nutural' Cement, -

email tax payers will thi; year pay Get a free sample of Chambtr- ;j i Mr. S. A. Friedman has received along mad near Birmingham. Grass Shears that will cut O emoszzn.
a less taxes: than was exacted of them I lain' :'tnachlnd Liver Tablet- letter from President Fred' Correspondence Solicited. j :close, at the Willis Hard' BetntheBgsatve I t"? I' 1Y '. n' .-

under the old and inequitable tax any drug store. 'I hf'y are eay to Pab-t ivare Co':;.
of the Pab-t
i! take aiid more pleaant ill fleet than Bre\nrytdlillg'of J?+ -
assessments and the high rate of Joii ct z..!
I pill-. Their u-e i* not foil Jw..d by i: the wonderful improvements! in theiri .
ill',. constipation, -u i-t; often the ca"..

5 Another good plan heretofore recommended '! with pill. Regular size 2oc.; p'-r'.i i plant When their malting plant .I .. FRESH ROASTED COFFEE. .

t!; Comptroller Morgan, j I dealer-box. All druggists; and medicine :],: !burned down some time ago Mr. tAAAA.AAAAAAAIiHAVE

aud this year adopted, is the : I -- -- -- I I I j I Pab-t employed skilled men to make REMEMBER, WE ARE THE ONLY ROASTERS IN WEST FLORIDA. YOU NOTICED |

priation of $;;,uu) to the ll'prn-I .'. A. .\. 31 !''a! world-search for the best:: metholsof Tilt: Pi I"II.II is IviTiin ID F\.\\IIXE Oi" 11 Pi.\xi.

> r public works for surveys plans and There will be a regnltr' malt-making, and by a combiuation Latest modern illlpro\.tIIAl1t"-el'ctrrit; .tc. To introduce -ime.: we WHAT IS MISSED HEREIvvvvv..vvvvv"?
estimates: for im-1! of PeusacolaLodir make th .
permanent road meeting following -:-acnnc : With one pound of tine following ISlend-.
4,' provemeut. Tnis was: : G <\ No. 42.! F. & A. :M. of the bet ->f these they now we will jrive-
'at: 7.5J:; o'clock this eveusu. 1 .
1 list year, but upou the requp-t: of !I M <. Vi-itiug brethren have: a method of their own un- 'JO Ihs standard ri-iiilatfil Si>ur r..r.t! (III \.

e the mayor the council turned the fraternally invited. equalled by any other in the world. )"dll and.Iata Illrnil. PIT pound... ...... ...... ... ...... ...... UDf -- ---' -=

whole avail i!>Ieir.,iKjt> to the board I Uy order of \\'. M" Their malting plant is built entire- ('DII.I>H Illrnil. per pound..... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ...... HOc This weather nutk c.\. tlfgnis

' i for repairs aud improvements of the C. M. Mci i 'K. OFRTiNa, ; I lilllllllkp.ppr p"iinil. .... ... ... :..... ... ......... ............ ...... 15uimYinii .
; I 1 of steel and tile You rile /
secretary. ly and is so tick : t grow.
meets and park-. I I.N nilCiHOCIUY: I.IVKi' ruiti.-j THAI IIKI. \ ,
This #Juaidor-nchportion;:: of it asIiecesary i I I,that they make weather within its ('())U'.a IT ION. keen cutting Lawn 11111; 1

It".tular cominuuicatiou of Ecamj j and Grass Shears walls fr /
keeping the
will be expended in getting bia Loj e X.. 15. F. & A. M.. at 7-i: temperature at 50 Jas. AlcHugh Prop., :New Orleans Grocery.Phono '
s mapurvey*, profiles pbn- p. III bb>ndiy. October fiH degrees winter auj ,"ummer.11 {Willis Hardware ( / _

aud e-timatts to enable the to .\ KKV. (tIIBV. -, 10:, K ;&1,1 10V Inf ..,I""d.., fit.MEUX'S .
city \ the Pabst beer old by Mr. .
tart' right in nuking \ D'C. l\E-: : -i.Kii; >ecrttarv.V I. Do l ,want a ma/:' f." '
pc'iinnentimprovements \ :M. Friedman hereafter will be made for little money? If -

of us streets: building Stephens! the jt'wd'1 r. H *
--- with this improved: milt.
sewers and to establish a coinpreheuive / commodatp
/, you.
;system of surf ice drain: All HumorsAre I: President Pabst says malt i- the I) I' / / (] ; _

age. 1 soul of beer and the bet malt nukes 2tJ/IQ Clf / All kinds of chatr" (awl
r Another excellent!
the best beer, therefore Pab-t is the
rocking chairs at Murv'tf
frequently urged and impure matters which the skin, .

!1' recommended by Comptroller Morgan liver, kidneys and other organs ran best beet the world ever prn'aced. SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING AND LITERATURE $ Quina's. Prices are rcrj

-u the proposed settlement of : not take care of itliout help, there ia | Try it at S. A. Friedman's. I low.
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4 -- _
thA old debt due the Penacola (Jus such an accumulation of them. ;t I
' ()II11S(; so GOOD, prepare .young men and women for | haw established in connection with
Company, with it-; re-ultaut improved They litter the whole system. i rucce** in bU'ine.-s, and p'-ures:' the culleg. i c..iur-" of ill.truci'JIIod Hotel Camden
lighting of the The For all liver troubles there i- n-iih- /) positions for its student. scud .
r city. Pimple, boils, eczema and other ins +n good aud for by mall. :Send for cattlo,.:ue, -rma,
was prepared the helpfulasHEPA I- handsomely illustrated cataetl'. Address
plan comptroller I I eruptions lo.s of apatite' that tired i iI iCIItAbecau-eltcureswtthnr. lon'ue. ;
after long and careful It roduciug l j j C. O. MKI-V, Pensacola, Fla. t'.UIJH1.. \B t \1 \ .
study. I I bad etfects
tet'ling) bilious turn, fits of indigption *- any as uio- .ned-
is greatly to the advantage of the iCHle- d'l. Hepaticura i* i .
u -.ub"tIi -
dull headaches and other Is Now Open to the
,1 and it has been many i tute for calomel and much Setter
city agreed to by the I :
Gas company.As j, troubles are due to them. i than that drug because it hanone ,i F. B. BRUCE under the milanagrminr.,: :
of it* bad fctfct.
evidence that Comptroller Morgan !: Hood's Sarsaparilla'!I Mr W.s. Jordan of Jacksille.. ,

ii a financier: of marked ability, I : FIa.ay9Bothmy-elf andm: riend MRS. S. MIMS.of .

the record show that since his incumbency Ii i and Pills !: Mr. Hodon are :greatly: pleai i with in \ S Snlisf
d AtAhU 1
the effect of HEPATILTK i and 1 tVlritAiA n \ : Li1
the city bas paid about'i i scan: without hesitation r. <' comers g p g Pensacola, Florid I-

f3l ,lW of the floating debt, and has I iI I Remove all humors, overcome al!1 it as being the fines: LJ\KI: MEAL- RATES REASONABLE:.

met the payment of all salaries and :, their effects, gtrenjrtlien, tone and CINE I ever saw. Its ac .i is mild

all current bills promptly at the ei.d I.invigorate the whole I Mstem. 'I' aud pleasant and enter iree from Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and By the Day, Week nr M a; :
|: griping or of the .
I. any cketing fleets '
of each month when for years before I I "I had salt: rheum on my bands so that I of calomel yet it s the wlrk Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. Table Furnished with; the JJ, -' .

the employes and other crtdi ors could not work. I took H- >J's Sarsaparilla thoroughly a- it cut 't 'e due ty Market Atf"rdj -.

were paid at long intervals and often and it drove out the humor. I continued !! any medicine. It has ,'ioatdouat Hammond and Other Typewriters. Typewriter t" fupplie All Kinds of
saved me from my u-u. uaimer attack I i Repairing. Ltck and Ky Fitting. i Public Patronage Solicited
bad to iscouut their warrants to obtain :, Its use till the sores disaj'peared. MEL ,
of biliou-ue-. '4 allBLDWEi High-Grade Hammeiless of Fresh
by : Guns Kept for KeDt.JBi Supply Shell:
cash for living expenses. I I ISA O. BROWS, Rumford Falls, Me. drurf0M-3.i all at Low prices : Free Sample Ri IIU'-

For many years prior to the present Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to

comptroller's administration of cure and keeps the promise. I ... 15 South Palafox Street. Men.if't Sunday. Rite* Made '

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H. FAIRCHILD spirit of each of the foregoing enun 1'10.6000. t f ;
COMMITTEE cia tJon3." W. C. O'NEAL President; F. C. NORTON Cashier; I. i :
t1PaO: TEE1.En.: i. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. ) ;
And Whereas, 'Honorable. S.

38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Jennings, the nominee of the democratic t

Cat'ftNor, /( and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt PROTESTS party for governor of Florida, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK i''

,. In his speech of acceptance,
ered before the convention at deliv-1 OF PEKSACOLA FLA. j ,
p110J10 406. I
sonville, July 22, IOOJ. declared: ."I Designated Depository of the United States. .; 'I';t.

ACAINST APPOINTMENT CRIMINAL am here to accept the nomination

R. K. WHITE, i of governor of your state under the Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept. 15. 1002. ;j :1 t j I i

JUDCE WITHOUT CON 'platform adopted by this convention 1 t I
ffglihuiaUr, Manufacturing Jewelerand (tFrom Report to Comptroller.) 1 j
and I subscribe in spirit and to I
Graduate Optician, RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.l 1
the letter to that document presented
PfBMfoU, Fla Time Loaus. ..... ...... ..... .... .. .. f33 (,j91.32 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $X.OOO.Oo<
oS south r.ldox'it.I and adopted here; therefore be Demand Loans ........... .... .. ..... .. .. 60,03665 Surplus Fund... ..... .... .... ...... .. '... 10,000.00 : i i i tf if
it Overdrafts..... .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 104.72 Undivided Profits..... ...... .... .... .... 985623 1 t I'' s
r.p' ylNEWS- called meeting of the Escam- Resolved, By the democratic executive U. B. Bonds and Premium.... ...... ...... 187,171.87!: Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 ; : ::< j!
bia county democratic committee committee of Escambla county Stocks, securites, etc... ...... ... ...... 2625.00 Deposits..... ............ ............ ...... 401,624,71 1 i.1
Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .. .. ...... 6718.18 t'
NOTES : was held last night with Chairman Florida: [. R. Stamps.... ...... .... .... .. ... ...... 8834 I 'f f

) John B. Jones presiding and Secre- First. That we most earnestly Cash and Exchange/ ...... ..... .. .. ...... 160938.66: ,1... t 9
disapprove of the recent action of .. t' I
tary Ben D. Beers at his desk.
$746,4b0.94 1746,480.84 in
,- Hon. W. 8. Jennings, governor of 1 i''

-team-hip- Firth of Forth with Chairman Jones stated that the Florida, in making the appointmentof 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I i j I I II
I had been called to of
meeting recom- judge the criminal court of rec- K
.: fie L. & N., expected: this: -
mend for appointment by Governor ord of Escambia county, without I
," '. i. consulting the wishes of the :
people ;
Jennings some one for judge of the < .< [ ;I
I. :al\ u--reinonies over remains; of this county, and without invitingfor v I I
criminal: court of record, vice JudgeA. .,
I' 'I! I -I I Bn-land yesterday were his consideration the recommen-

I'i i ob-equies were attend- C. Blount, resigned but that dation of this committee. II :

-tt-amboatinen.. : since the call had been i issued! Governor Second. That the chairman and II.SHIRT SALE ;: ';i II.I !

I .:" iiu-lup! Sauna completed a Jennings had made the appointment !secretary of this committee shall !i ?
forward a copy of these resolutions! i i .
.: :' .I naval stores today. L. without waiting for their I .
to Hon. W. S. Jennings, of : -
i .' ,pf Mobile, who i is! ititeriupment governor 1
recommendation. After consultation F ;

-: is here today. with members of the committee-, I Florida.response; to a numerously sign-I IIu I' SiSHSHSHSHS E5E5H5HSH5ZS55 j -Tbnfsday, Fr-idayand Saturday .. H ;Iii

\\ :... Hudson, one of PensaI however he had decided to hold the
It ; I
ed petition the committee recommended j
citizens, died yerterday:
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for the transaction of other
:it lill.I:1m"I street. The meeting that the governor appoint 100 DOZEN lip ; I
business, such for ,
arranging a
.k ;,u.icf:( at 10 o'clock this Henry T. Purcell justice of the I. .

campaign: through the county, etc. I and William Crow constable

!t. iiwas hurt while Upon the suggestion of Chairman i at peace:\III"iew.i I' Men's $ i and $1.50 Madrass Shirts 1 il! i' !

Jones the committee recommendedthat :
: ',.' Spanish: : pteamshijterday. ) ; I i The committee then after the ;

A stick ofo'k the commissioners I I
-- county
v. appoint -
transaction of minor business, ad- .

: him .while it wasp'Ilion. general: as, election clerks and November in5Pf'ctorfl1rtLe'; thlewho : 'I j jourued-ubjectto man. call of the chair- 500 SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT 500 i t ;': .1

\ ," 11'lVinritmhy at 111 a. served without in the
pap r-"c-
carried with it --- 1 )
Miiery I I
!!i which impatiently oud primary, with ?ome few change- LAWLESS\ These Shirts are from one of Troy's most celebrated shirt makers. : : '
where and the addition of
i J, rey cow sold by a recess try The condition of the purchase was that wo were not to reveal the name. ; ? 'f : I
,i" I'eusucola to one In the one inspector in each precinct. J
Chairman: Jones announced that Should we do so, there would not be a Shirt remaining by nightfall. i : I I
;lulncks: Wilson, aged I he had received a letter from Ht+u. However, you won't fail to recognize or make a deduction as to who !

:i- nutix months, died at Wm. B. Lamar, candidate for congress the maker is. As to imperfections, they are so slight that a critical eye i .i t. ;

..I i. Iii- parents, on We-t !saying he would like arrangements i I i AND FIGHT :; alone will detect them-a small oil spot, rip or slight snag-defects so t i
-:1":! t. yesterday; afternoou.
:' il will take place at1 made for two speeches by I, small as to effect only the price, not the wearing quality or beauty of j! II 1" i. R) {

r' "- "iftemooti.I him in this county ; also that county 1 BOTTLES STICKS AND the Shirt. Sizes 14 to 16%. I j !

candidates would like a campaign : PISTOLS, ; j II .
of I
I I. art! Thornton, treasurer

v\ :i.iu'- Home, requests THKtend : program: arranged. | KNIVES DID BLOODY WORK :'. Remember, it's $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts you are I n I !I i I Ibuying

\ \ sincere thanks to On motion of Jas.: McHugh the I, I Ii 50 }I
i: > 'mod of Locomotive FirecOlltributE'd chair appointed: a campaign: committee i ( I
at I r I
-. i L'O to the to arrange this program. It i
i- ; ; home by them. !I II
composed: of Messrs. McHugh, A lawlt'-- element I.f negroes triedthemelves ; 1

.r i _'.t'"iidon\+ .-Fritz"line ha and between bought will run Peti-the a Tonart Various, Dunham members and Heill nude}'. suggestions !'. encounters! weapons list: nijjht of and a dangerous'in several 'I ;$ W. J. & B. FORBES.-_ tLt :r ;; I -

ind: Ill points on Clioctaw- :' as to where meetings should beheld 1! nature were used to such an effect i iI - MAItKI''T.-- : ; ;- J t
I I I NAVAL STOHKS If You Rug Them :at the B".t'lJ m Shoe Store. They are Good
: li.iy. Leaves 1'eus.icola: Mr. Angle being iu favor of a ,! that at leastone party is in a dangerous I i

!II i iir-diy and returns Tuesfa big barbecue at IJlul Springs. These condition today, hi* recovery Ilteyirted I flatly for The Nt-we bf '
j Union Naval tllrf'1I 00 i DAYS
sugge-tions:' will be considered, by being doubtful.I I ."IIUOI.I FALL $ 1 ;

t .- H"w.ird this morning swore the campaign committee. I Last night the notorious dive keeper +,I NW -.... .............U In H ............. 'I rwt tARE
an atli Lava a<..iiu-t George Har-I i I ;..... .. ... ..". a't, U ,'.. ..... .. ii"v.
ehlloil1him with tealinguion.y Committeemau Uglily iu an explanatory Rosa JOhn-Oll, became intoxicated I .._ .. .,..34l I lr.."." ,. _.. I x.M COMING. I'I

i I speech then introducedthe and started a fi.;ht with Philip i I ... ... .. ...... Sin E. .... ma!I: ; iCan't i
from her a few day- ......_ ..._ .., f
.. K .. : flU U. those o'11.lIJurh longer.'e" for with ,
I',, Waarretrd l Dep- fnl/oW/ I'gre".olutiln.". which 'Travis., another! i oiorioui character .1..,", wear light : ; are ready you
iriiuiu >y ) ; L.... ..... ... I41 l.t: below :! { I' I
the line of
i 'M-table! Kelly and committed were adopted by a unanimous vote : i! The woman imagined she had been FIRIT" '!'UBPI'ITIIIIK-4: ;, most up-to-datt j I

i 1 !iu tI,.lull: of bond. They are Whereas, The democratic of i
and Travis
wronged : was responsible
I Ladies' Gents'and Children Shoes ,
Florida in its. platform adopted at for it. With this belief she tried the Ii i OPERA HOUSE i' !

-, r.o'' llauer u very promineutIyrtlt' Jacksonville. June 'O. liKM.! declared I in Call and for III.e1f.VI" anxious show f
: resistance qualities of a bottle which ever !seen our city. see Y are to .
f :\ Grove, died l i .. .....' ..... ,...,- --, _._ !
> yesteri'i ":- ectioll 24.: We believe that true :' you our !IIIIH f. ft
she smashed over his head. Thi-
> rtiiHtu aged "I;. His wife democratic principles require that !I ONE NIGHT ONLY .....,....,.." .., --... t I ;, I !
.ly ,i few weeks aju. The the people be consulted iu all matters ;! was not punishment enough for him I : '; r'

pfc place: from the Uerinan where practicable, and that she thought and she is said to have : Friday, October 3. : '

I'nurch: today. Many they as directly as possible bf" permitted stabbed him in the neck, althoughshe I W. E. NAP'KEVILLE'S' : Boston Shoe Store i

"f tl tributes were sent to to make known their wi-hE's. i !
denied this. i i Presentation of the Stirring! Con- : 't' Il
.4- t I., friends. We therefore favor the nominationof
She acknowledged to have: hit him -istent Melodrama, NVTHAN G. 'o'"'IIIII.MIIIi.: : t'lopiictor. I' t I
l ''r 1_ m-Pollock :Stock C.>I11- all candidates for oHioe, b.>th I ) II
: ; !
: with the bottle in her drunken fren-
'* ? '! ii-'iiiii! a week's ensrage- Mate and county, and of United :1 I i Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ; :

!r" :i.xt :Monday flight; in "Ont States< !senators" : by a majority vote !'I zy, and upon her plea of guilty before j (loman Beauts. E i

t i Ruin," with splendid.1d.I" in white democratic primary elections the mayor: this uiorniiur.he. was: LAST CHEAP EXCURSIONTHIS I NOTICE OF ELECTION. i'S SI' "

b.'tween acts. One of the ( held under the provisions of lined $2:). Travis was unable to ap- !' ,, !MM, ,-I".lItf"rF-"fII"lal..UlltV.H'al..of! j
law, which shall\ provide all possible i' A tale of life in the I'I ture'IUA I YEAR tlTIUlk I I.-; known that I i1-1
>M.I I futures is the! "Cycle her, and the doctor it I. 11. Clay (Crawford.
'. pear against Arkansas Hills.A I,! !< r.Ur\ of Nialf of th. Ht li- of |>' t
i d! :L ,itliiillin.{ act which must protection amin-t: fraud, bribery, intimidation :I I :'' I I 'i., ..H\. I'll,' DotllT Ib"l" I.'t
a to be appreciated. and other vicious inrtueiicf !i! advised: that if he valued his existence play that reaches the hearts of : 4 r, ;:, ht':ark11. IUl'Tlo-J: !I t'. i
-; said primaries to be uniform.: he would have to keep to his the people. 1aw wall hiI.I I.i-id! in F-eaodda'onnly.tateof ; ; 1,1 I
\ ,w that the winter !"tm-lIn i is I I. : lloin.min' Iur-day at 'uccm-IIIIIIC for i i' ,
ap- and held throughout! the state on the !i bed for several days. Uo.'tf4 '_ I r! -' Monittv In 'xovembi-r .\. U. i'tu, HIM I "
u-liiii I tht-i>> i j":1 rush for otlleesc !! Carefully Selected Company. i iBEA1TnTL # -ii'il I I'll' ""1\ Iringlhe '.. : iI. I
same day and we pledge thed'moc- The woman as usuil gave police i )' I KIII ISYue' NOVKMKKK, i i
Tun-en: OKiee building, the I I hus iiirK. prc>-iit"tur of HIH lliinl I I'nn- .1' I
'oflicers trouble when her .
of all laws that lot of ar : SCENERY.Sale
racy: to tin pa-: =age; to a rfi--.lupal,: Iti-I ro1 of the Hfij- .1 [ t
":MIin\ the city having steam 1 To Ureen"ilIp.lollt2'ftlllF'rv old lirmitijlsam. ,..,.
ettected. j jRosa .1 le'! I: ('ane .flrlb..tIIII..a ta.I1..
end and instruct the democratic I I rest was ...... i ,
\Ii > tor. janitor srrvice, etc. besfins Wpdnesdnv. at noon. Monday. O.-tob.-rati i I.\'- Kr i. mi\ of Slat of the Ntatn t>i ,
state: committee to provide for and Swanson a womau: who had ; Prices a:). &4)), The and flm 1 ( m,f Union depot Monday inonun, ;: Ki'rliib.tvr: I "
I KMit Co. noveltytore will j ( rnii"r'r ot tb.18 1 I
superintend the holding of and de- I just beeu released from j jiil yesterday ---- ------ ''at 11 :3o on -pei-ial trail: Fare f..r ,I Komn.' li."tK'.-.f tar Huprt-nio!" of Court Florida.of : 'I .
the! north lir-t floor! room cl ire and certify the: results of such I ran up on Jennie Stanley 1\-t i round trip l2 ;11; Pero-ac'.la; t.. Hir Ilh.- !state ol Fiorina. 1.! t I
1 II''i 1 1"> and tin will give a ENGAG MENr EXTRAORDINARY min {ham |3 iHj From Cant IlItll lIt I hi.r t"11 KmlroHa CoiniiiMioaers of tho 10 I
primary: elections whenever ithall night and tried to "iret even.1' A ( htxtr of lorida. : i :
,lik that :land Century same: a- Pen"acvla. I
to tnrstvtoHtor far Hvrnnd
appearance become end of 1 ollicer nabbed her as she was :i Senatorial ; I
by police ,
necessary Returning t'aveWednesday Itirlningb'rn i l>i-tru-t .r ;h- !-t"ii- of finnan. 1 i t
t:11dry.:! death resignation or otherwise, to preparing to lay her female foe out WEEK BEGINNING MONDAYOCT.6 evening at K o'clock and I. Fur tWO..;MftlllHTs of the rtateot Of the t House lorid*.of KfUIfscntativt : I t I I t

... elector appoint any such i.tlicers." with a picket. She was assessed ?1" :Montgomery Wedne-div: night at I l-nr TaAhse,or, IE: :
0 I. dtpepsia: rheumatimMM !iw:: o'clock "h'lrp. C'f-e! und it I..r Tax Collector '
"Sec. 29. It -h-ill be deemed the this morning.The ; The New Century Attraction ;; "
.'" ,.; lint, catarrh. and gen- |: freshment. will be served on train Fur l'ouMTr..aurer.. ." ,
duty of the accepting the greatest disturbance of la-t I Kor \ount9Cornrn".sIODtor.!. '
i t i'i::itv are cared by food's governor I ..goingand,, / returning. For three m..nibenor the Board i ;
nomination of this convention to appoint night took place near the golf links R R t 1 Purcha tickets at ticket ',flIrt'. cf i'ubliu Instruction.ror Coaoty 'I
-I:II. GIo & r Pc11k ll tt :
--- to otHce! the )persons st> nominated bl'twet'1Frank Williams colored.Viola { ,!1 For further informition HOIST. KIM.apply" to following Justterofthet'eaee Justice imtrlcu! ,ID viz:and for the j ',

and the governor shall not appoint Willuins, his wife and Jerry I II I I P. : nr No. I. J ''r
lilo.MAS o.4. .
HlDWEISEIl.iiiiliiilratHrrM.. to any otlice: any person not i Butts. Williams had beeu arrested I I j' Ktcuri.I1lw: f-f For Constahl<> in and for the following "i iJustlcr I. "s "I,

nominated by primary: election or early in the day and upon being 1'lea"pj *- OPENING BILL, o..l. \Ulhtricts.viz: I{ j J Ito
\ \\ convention who-e bond, went to Im home :HNo ; )
by appointment on : ; t'
v ." incut incident to travel- take On The Verge of Ruin .. 't.No. .., "
will be objectionable tthe demo- and proceeded to vengennc for I'' :I
e..f food and No ro.
"uii: water
cratic executive committee of thp his arrest on Halts. He tried his !
t'': .1-', UII diarrhoea, and for I Hinttention of thtirnl1 U called to -I. i ithe
county in which he re-ides." razor on Butts but the latter by' tli* Ian ri-ijUirinK tbfin to c-iuse notice of I. 'Iq
:' u" uiie-hould I leave home Vaudeville Between Acts said election to be published a newspaper 1 I
,II .: i linttln" of Chamberlain's ":- t'e: 3. Each nominee of this convention lively side-stepping, came out withan pmitt-d in ttie county if there bn apnper 7lq r I

t '1-ra and Diarrhoea Remilf shall, by the acceptance of unbroken cuticle and smashed a HEAPED lrt: I I puhlisbed in the in the county county if they there shall he no cause paper alleH,1 .

-. In' all druggists l and the nomination: stand pledged to .tick over Willi lm' !head.: : !live. copies of this notice to be posted '
i-llel-. Madison Whirl SCHOOL BOOKS In the most public pla.tln the county. '
Square Cycle
abide hv, support and carry out to Viola then threatened to make her In Testimony Whereof. I imrebereunloietmy .r }klt
Land ..,
and amsrd
i th Ureal Heal 1
1 IcI.'U'VI: !BI his utmo-t ability\ the letter and the11IIH1LHTIns pi-tol do effective work and drove The Highest Salaried Cane of r fl. -.J of the. state of Horldn, at 'hllaI -

her liege away from the house. All : any Repertoire Company ever in I II I, a U",)- of rp.tile s.P"'UIJ..t.-\( apltiu.itin l II. lj the. tint i I t
were arrested by Officer! Stock'pger.: the South. I II h. 'LAY ,'lUWfuIW.t'r"l..ry 1 '
Butts was; given :30 dlYWllliaUl: ;; 10 20 and 30c. To George K !Pmith pb>-ri1Couaty Y.lle'limbili ,
!, and wife were each fined $10. ', REQUIRED IN L:oew'al I :
Corroll Dennis had a difficulty Get Seats Early.FORTP.ARRANCAS: H
I i I) j mattress>es for thb t
Gashed :
,I 'I'' ; !HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PEXH.:1 with Sinky Washington I The b ( price ever sold here. 't j'
: across! the back with : 1JDM
> Washington .
O. M. .
::1 I COLA AND: AT LOW PRICES.r Fla., E'pt. I School. RoomI ryor.I
his razor. Dennis was bound OHr'i in - l
'i to the county authorities this morn- | triplicate< will be received until The finest line of umbrellas in the I r
i .GEM BOOK city I is; at J. I. Httphf ns'. Go look 1
STORE. ,' lug on a charge of assault with indent 11:30: a. m. Oct. 28. l 19r! !, for Water I at them. : ,
I i
and Hewer System, Fort McRee,
tomt'rder. TO i ,,
: : Fla. U. S. reserves right to rejector i CA.BTOniA. 'j
i I
;'lete Line of School Sup;lie; Tablets, PeuciU. Penholders;; Etc. II
14a rd tug Ilutl.c'. accept any or all proposals or any Ii I I Bean It.. lie Klr.d t4 H2 l ar; eGa 4 i
SEE ME I part! thereof. Information furnishedon I 14. wtutI. : 1 .'
AND --

II'I-' I iOKD1NU) Mary- K her H OL'CRatwheelrrSpringa, Kla.: : ''I application.proposals should Envelopes be: containing marked i

CHAS. R. JOHNSON very pnetrfss.reasonable All! the rates comforts Northern of borne tourists at | Sysum."Proposals addressed for Water W. E.and COLE.Sewer Q I I, GOES[ BOOK STORE.f. II I Garden hose ai the {Willis i .

o wlli find tbls an Ideal place to spend a pur- I
:IN SOl'TH l'.1LAI'O9Tttf:bT ,I tlon ol the season :Jolra I M. -It&2jr,2. j Hardware Co's. + '


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Ms Pills Within Right of Hundreds of Specta THE BOARDS I II f f //

f tors They Meet Tragic Death. I

New York. Oct 1.-Within sight o: I

After eating, persons nf a bilious habit hs father and 2.000 persons. Richard lOriglnal.] Jim Dumps the meat trust viewed with Ire
will derive great benefit by taking one baser and bis 9-year-old companion A gentleman jumped from a cab, ',,., As prices mounted high and higher,

cl these pills. If)OU bate been I Freddie Peholo. of Woodharen. I.. too paid the driver and seizing a small ;' Until a thought struck home with force :

DRINKING TOO MUCH, I have hen killed by an electric current handbag and a package cf, umbrellasand a) "Instead of meat I'll have recourseTo
they will promptly relic\e the nausea, Poholo had climbed to the toy 01 canes, stepped briskly into a hotel Force to' 'Twas better far for him

SICK HEADACHE .:Land : the iron pole to recover his hat. which Ills face was cleanly shaven, and Besides It made him "Sunny Jim." ;

which had caught on the wire and was slo.v- suit of ,
nervousness follows restore he was dressed; in a new Scotch .
the appetite and remove gloomy feel : ly being burned. As he reached out .
tweed with a figure like a checker-
ings. Llegantly sugar touted. I for the cap his hand came In contact
lioard. From this description he may
Take No Substitute. with the wire. The shock passed I .'
easily be recognized as belonging to
I through his bOdy. killing him instantly I the .
the dramatic profession. counter
and forming a circuit between
CYNICISMS he swung the register around,
I pole and the wire Young Houser,
seized a pen and entered his name as
believing! his comrade somc-tbins to make people only stunned John Overaker.
I climbed up the pole to release him and "
discontented.: "Let me have a blank check, said I .
carry him to the ground. When he 0II
baby the gl'ut1l.mlln.
How innocent and sweet a cross
looks when it is asleep: reached the top he placed his arm The clerk handed him the desired article

the around the body holding fast to the and Mr. Overaker filled it out on
Some men who are just on vergeof
being smart tpoil cvtrythins by poe with the other hand. The current a New York bank for $;)). Handing It ,

some fool hubby or Labit f:om the body passed through him to the dirk, he stood as though expecting one Re& Cereal

A woman has to ask Ler frieiitls' permission forming a second circuit with the pol; the money. The clerk hesitated. 0

of hat and The hod'.cs! were badly burned before "I'm sorry Mr. Overaker," said the
to wear u new style )
Ler husband's p !rinission to buy it. the current could be shut off. clerk "that we deposited in bank nearly ,.
all our cash today. If you can wait
You would bo surprised| at learning
awhile, I'll be happy to accommodateyou.
at Assassination.
people there are in the
) ow many meets all requirements
world who liiitlic in washtonU end Columbia S. C., Oct. 2.-F. Schlen 1
merchant at "Any time," said the gentleman. "I of diet.
still happy. Iyoung a narrow escape proper -.
are from death! Sunday. While lying may not need it till late this evening. ,
for the to give sans! I -I I' I
It is hard men in bel a would-be nero assassinstuck I He then turned and followed the (
the .
faction. Wlx'U ihey deli tal:', hour
h'llltoto his room. In halt an I
i the barrel: of a pistol through f
and "'-
;women .laim tiny are grumpy' from 1 1
I he to dining room,
crack in the side of the building ant
when they tlo talk the women say they which he emerged! a few minutes before i
fired upon Um. The bullet took tf
ore scolding; ,-Atchison Globe. & o'clock lie was about to leave : Sweet, crisp flakes of wheat and
feet in the fleshy part of the arm. Mr.
the hotel when the clerk called to him:
A !\t'Urftl'tllIlI.. Schien ran out of the house in time I malt-eaten cold.
had boon hired to write "I have the money for your check
A man who to identify Harry Simmon as the person .
suddenly found i now. \V111 you kindly step into the of- i
n cire< who filed the shot. "
irxs for tresh adjective. lice a moment: I
LliB'-vlf at n a i I
"1duu't \Vhy he was asked Into the office
"See here ho said to his t-niplojt-r. I
i forty Years' Torture Mr. Overaker could not understand.
know what to say about this: panther I -
thesaurus?" I To be relieved from torturing disease Nevertheless\ he stepped through: a door Less Meet Better Hea.ltrt.
Have you cot a I after forty years' torture might I beside the counter and found himself ".physicians are agreed that, on tho whole, we In this country eat too much
The manager <>f the circus looked at I well the'gratitude of meat, and to this fact U duo much uf the rheumatism awl pout from which we i> ?o-
cau-e anyone. with two ia
small men
Lira with s.n-pier: >n. "Xo, sir. I have I That = what DeWitt's Witch HazelSalve la a room ple suffer, as well as some more serious and fatal com-ntutional diseases. The
he "011 I don't think I shall uniform. averase health and longevity of our people would be improved and Increased by
not, !said ; Geneva O. I
did for C. ,
Haney. "Mr. Oreraker," said one of them, the substitution of a vegetable and cereal diet for a portion of the meat which they
t do anything about petting:; one this I He ;=ay"DeWitt's Witch Hazel !1 "have letters in pocket?" are in the daily habit ol ClIt.SUllltli.-IJr.Ilt:11.u11 LEE, scc'y Pennsylvania State
year. I inner li-ard of Harnum's having I Salve cured me of piles after I had you any your" 1-1 Board of IloaltU.LengtheiilnK .
t; one either, find he had a good : uttered forty years" Cures cut, I "What does this mean? asked the ....

tbe ;;! how. Win! re nre they raided any i burps, wound; skia di*ease*. Beware gentleman, astonished. .
of counterfeits. Hargi Phar- "Answer my question. --
s ;/way I'd like to know? London 1'aui-
fly Herald. I macy. John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.C1L23TORIA. 'Yes; I have. Io you want to examine : a Dt'..'. Tnncar.; TIME TABLE.

I ---- I .. my private correspondence?" Man is often blamed for driving to

Folpy's Honey and Tar cure "I would like to look at the address." I extinction many sorts of beautiful
coughs and colds and prevents pneu the Mr. Overaker took half a dozen let. i creatures but the account Is far more
monia. Take no substituteV.. A. : Bylsv1 ** /y r f.I1Y J ters from his pocket and handed themto than balanced by the amount of good

D'Aleaibtrte' 121 6. PaUf-.x. of the officer, who looked at them, then he has done for those animals which New Orleans and Mobile.

,- -- -- loc.kd at :Mr. Oreraker, then put the proved useful and could be tamed. --- I -

litters! in his: pocket. From another Take the case cf the bee. The hoe No.6. !!'\o.', So!. No.8. No 1. :-
1:13 a 12:15m 11:05 p Leave.... P"nuPol" ...Arrlve \ 5.1(10. a '," p -
locket he drew a photograph which he lives by its tongue: with which organit MSu a 2: 1 p. lnt a Leave..... Jo1omatna. .. Lave :8.'j a 3.a p .
NOTICE. Ftudivd carefully, after which ho madea I is able to extract the honey from It\\)) a 4:92 p 25It.. I.pave.. .. 'dubUt Leave 12:5' n't I! Ie.. n ."
....._ ":':'p 7:50a Leve..Naw + I!' n.I..aVE'.._ I Mssp: 7 "
similar! study of the features: of Mr. : flowers. Now, a bee's tongue is naturally -

-. -- Overaker. I I about a twenty-fifth nn inch North.

To Manufacturers Dealers and Others Inter "l'at Doolan," he said "alias Handy long. ('leverbeekecpersbykeeping only

Jim we'\e been looking for you for i those bees with naturally long tongues, No. 2. No. s. I Ko. ",
some time. You're the slickest confidence I have succeeded in lengthening the lJo.'jpm 1Iipm Leave ..... Pen'aeols ArrIve coopm f.. .. ,
ested in Fertilizers. I fInftm 1I:51pm Arrive. .lontom..ryl..a\"e 11:16am s : ,
man in the business. This job, tongues of a number of bee coloniesto 1119' an PII'j pm Arrh._ 1I1rmlnjrhJ,1 .I.&ve I bCl a m s. 1 T1l

however, Is so barefaced, so easy of the extent of another hundredth of 7tli p m 3:111 a III ArrlasJVlII". .... Leave ... .
I :'Data c:13am Arrl\"e.... Luuierinr .... !.t'a\'t' 9:15pm 1 ; aa;
detection, that I RIU astonished. You nn Inch. It does not sound much, but 1"J a 1Jl II.r9 am Arrive ....,L"\"e 6m. p m ii v II'

not only imix-rsonate a man well i it enables! those insects to do a quarter -loam ._1:31pm _Arrive- __." I.HlI".l_ ."l\v-: ,_Ipm_ i "rPENSACOLA
Notice to all niainifa
-1 fertilizers, and ,.uc'" materials as come under the ftrtili- identify yourself as him you handout I time.
I 2l-Dally No. 8-1Jally I Nostop where lime not thown 1 I So. So 2.a'c f
7.c-r laws: of the state of TloriJa. letters addressed to another man. Man has done more than this: for --
MT.Q7IL..ave;; ...... ..... p7 ; t'-
p :
This photograph from the rogues' gallery bei-s. lie has given them ready made : .P..n."col. Arrtye. lOSt n ;
I have decided to i
consideration suc
careful r
After 12:15 night 7:18: .., .no' lon"U1I8 .. -. 11':111" s -
rky take effect 1 was evidently! taken when you homes, where they are wife from wasps' I\ 7:16": ......... Ynl..lra _. I Id IU" n .:
(J. the following; general orders to January were a younger; man, but the espres8100 I and other enemies; frames for making; 12:1'1": 7:1 .........Eseambia.: ....... lOIt f ;
l h l U5" T5" ........_ M ulat .... .-, 111:28" r.I'U
.d" is less hardened. their combs without using! large quantities : I : 7:29: :: _...... Harp .... ..... :: IOI :: i 5.t'
11(1 01Iiu! NO. 1. ":'tIr. Policeman," said the accused of wax for outside walls, and 120 : 7i:; ....._...G..t City ......... IO.1S L:
12:5IS" Tai _...... lllIlon ._ .._ 10:10" 6,: '
>. t'I'ticlI' r of the ,). \Aai'j'ioud Mar 22: 1001+ man, with a queer look in his: eye, food during Cowerle, weather. 1IJ: am..... __.Uood Range... _... .:5. '
>. ou't you think I'm at least entitledto 1::'>, !Ili": ......_.. HOlti .... ._. 8:11I" .:1It
} requires that manufacturer:" or deakrs.ltall file their thebeet. I've %::.'1) 9:50 )!lllgal _...._ 11:11" .:11
+ the money on 5n1"lllJ; the ).toner.In I 2:33" 9:89 _..Crt"l..w......... t:1I" .,,"!
oath of anal VMS with the coiniui:ioiier of agriculture; drawn?" n certain pariah in Scotland col 8:10 8.M" --._H eer Land ...... e;M stn

f;, F annually. In order to prevent rouftiMoii as
wbeu nails expire, it is ordered that all oaths 1 he filed "Not just now. if you please. Thereare for the kirk. On coming to 1:19 1It4 ......... Argyle ......_ fU 'a 4 :I '.
.:..1' 5t 7' ?...Ponce de I..ou.... 1:29 it I
for that
f Itenveen the[ 1st and l.:;th of January, I'.MI! ,",, and subse a thousand people] waiting a wretched htlle hovel they hesitated 5:00" )1):10' .. ..Wt&l\"lIIe ....._ f:17 I :,' .
hardened face of mine. After they'rethrough I whether or not to enter, but finally decided 5:0 li1U' .. ..._ Caryvllle.- 1:12 I.r'
quentears the :":1111.'. Any nail I h.!" lurctofnre filed, orthat with iuu I'll devote myself to their luck." A hale old 5,3.1" 101' .._._-.Ionlf..y...._...... 'a 1I:1i6 a. 1:7
I I to "try ... .. ..... Of "
l lit, to the date namedill he regardedas 5n IOt7" tbipley 11:11'7 I t
may til"lllwiol' ; you." I ain: greeted them and to him they ex1 I III IISI" 11\11" ,.cottondale .. ... Of III! I' ..- east
as void after January 1. 11HC5.' : For any IIl \\" brands of "Before you see them you'll bo back .'ahte'l their errand, but he really had 1'10" I\: S" ......farlanna ...... ":00" I.t":
I I "
II ..
t""pro'" 5:1': II r. a m
;goods, III' new linns enionnj this territory for business in familiar quarters cell." nothing give theta he said. TU" lint. .....brand Kde.._. 1 5ir2 I. I, .
,. .,
of each then "Who are you :!1I'way"t' "Can't whisky! ?" one 1fv "' 12:05 noon SnaI. "'I I. I5a1"
January 13; Ji'c:11
It trim the year, and after year, yn your : 12:1fi" Arrive a" "lno'Uoo .1.......I 1)111") I :
:, '' of analysis will i-ontinue in force until January 1 of I "Inspector Jallagher. ">i the visitors asked. "No, he said .
--- - -
At that moment there was a violent "I don't uriuk 'whu-li}'.'' Perhaps -
t'i -XI }tsar. and no louder.OUUCll ring at the telephone bell which was of
I then he could forego the pleasures THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
I NO. 2.t'ulIIl'liann' I answe.-ed by the clerk who bad been uuff.: Xo. h<- didn't use snuff. I
t ,
a looker on. The coikrtors prepared: to move or.:
with !cctions 3 and;; of ".\n.\d to 1'ro- ,.W'rli i??" "Stnl a bit:" cried the old fclhiw. "1 I I 0 III

I t ,I for the Inspection nod Analysis of and llegulation: "Is this G.'s hotel!?" pay Sandy, the barber, twopence every I WILL MOYER

a t.; the Sale of Commercial IVrtilizers. i-tu." Approved' "Yes." Saturday night for shaving; m''. Tell

q 11ay !. HIli I. alsn in rmupliancc with the resolutions: of "Ix Walter Courtney there?" I the aieeni 'ter he can have the two I

the "AssiM'iatum of American Agricultural Colleges and I "X<> such person stopping tcre. I pence if bell ctiiiie and shave we himself Keeps a Complete, First-ClassUp-to-Date Stock
f I "Yes; there is. Start your boys I "
i !
of Official of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.
} ,X| 'riment Bunions.: and the I around at once to find out what's the i

\grieuliural Cheinists a> recommended by the state uiatttr with him." NEVER ASK ADVICE. No 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.

.- ; memist of Florid the following, regulation i is adopted, I "I tell you he's not here." I When you have a cough;; or cold I TI:LMPIIQNP: ; 8.7

t't takeellect Janu.try 1 1. 11I1! ( :',. iud tell you be is. We're waiting I don't ask w hat is good for it and gKsome I
I for him." medicine with little or no ui'-rtt I
"t+lt.:1.;; Ilxery b.i
fertilizers i cotton seed meal. caMor pomace tic- I Foley'Honey and Tar, the I
J;; "Whj, the company at the theater. I jr'att..t The Star Laundry
Iwcco stctn. tobacco dust or tobacco meal manufactured "What theater?" I throat and lung remedy, it cures I ,
coughs and c.-.:Id< quickly. W. A.
sold in or imported\ into this slaty..lall have securely At the word theater Mr. Overaker : .
t D'AleuaDerte. I 121 t Palafox street.F'oley's I
attached or l.iMcd' and I plainly stamped thereon, the pricked up his ears. Biggest Busiest Best !

numlier of LH i pounds of fertilizer in the package, the "H.'s theater. Perhaps Le's registered Money and Tar ; ,
under another name. He is nnabsontuiiii'Jed
name, brand or bade mark under which the: fertilizer is man and gets mixed cures colds, prevents pneumonia.If

sold the name and addre>< of the manufacturer and the with the characters he i

chetniciil :anahsis, stating the pcricntatie of ammonia, "What character does he play to I you want good Bedstead -

null the.rurtc from which the s.une i i.. derived, < -tic percentajje n1lht't'"John I I They Speakfor

of 'poia-h.\ soluble in water, the jierccutafrc of Ovcraker in 'The Shortest I': or a nice Crib for the

available phosphtir'Macid. and the percentage' of iusolabli Way There.' : baby, ;o to Marxton #
"P.y thunder:
arid I the of moisture contained I Themselves !
percentage 'I
? phosphoric Meanwhile the policemen were about :! Quina's., K
also the maximum! Percentage of chlorine .
therein, ] the when the
to take away suspect --- --- -- ---

therein and all other ill 'I'I',1it'Utfl'111:; which it is compounded clerk stopped them and told them to I I I j ,
) We let the S!.,irtaiid -. <
also the stamp showing;: the payment of theirNI.e wait a lit After bearing the la"t CuiN Launder .
words he the receiver and said I we -j"
droppt-d .
for in this -t.
] fee provided Curse 1 theinelveThey will talk 1 l' ,
shall\ state the ingredients to Mr. O'e"akl'rre : ,
The piarautci'd: analysis r caii.Ve b' ,1-,
I ".\ you Walter Courtney? !! than we wauttn

guaranteed; in the following; order : ''Of course I am." I or i ; :, more by the work we do ti': I. .

Name of fertilizer or brand ; Mine of manufacturer; "Then why the dickens have you c :, what we say.

place of manufacture.' been personating John Overaker?" i !

r: Number of pounds to paikajje. Mr. Courtney for the first time saw DRINKiTKEl

1'i C1'.11L1N'1'llll ANALYSIS. hU"Because.blunder." he replied with a twinkle I ) BY I ALL WORK c. 0 D. Goods Califfl for ici DfilwreJ 1 F-1:; '.

Moisture at :212 t decrees Far. not eXcecding..per; cent. in his eye "I'm an actor." I TELEPHONE 114 27 GARDEN ST-
"Front." calUd the clerk wildly, "call WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
i I II
Available Dior-photic Acid not less than per cent.
n carriage and be quick about it. Ir.COUl'lDI.'Y. WALKER INGRAHAM
Insoluble l'ho..phlH'iol'id not less than . per cent. havebeen I X.ttutnmlur. liia lif linn in ///.... J Manager.
I'm \ery sorry that you /rllcr." ". ''r. ";? if ithndpaZet'krwv4 i'y ....
.\mJl1onia-ad lIal and potential-not less than.per cent. I inconvenienced." Then, going to I White Ribbon Remedy nil cure or destroy

t m (Derived from nitrate of soda, blooJ, fish scrap, etc.) i I the safe he clutched five ten dollari the diseased. whether appetite the patient for alcoholic U a confirmedInebriate stimulants. ESTABLISHED 1862.

_j Tota h K20)) water soluble not less than. .per cent. I bills! and brought: them to the actor. i a "tippler," social drinker or -
-I ( "Carriage:" called the bdlboy.! drunkard. 1 m poi bt a for anyone to bavr an
Chlorine not exCl'toJ ing,.l'
This fertilizer i is made from, (nitrate of soda, sulphate
Courtney. "Don't lose that precious by Members of W. C. T. t'I o -DIALI&819- 0

],, of potash, blood, bone, tankage, fish scrap, acid phosphate. photograph: from the rogues'; gallery I man's Mrs.Christian Mioreores: Temperance superintendent! Talon, Ventura. Wo

etc.. as the case may be.) taken of me when my face was less California write: "1 have tested( and General aapdwape
of ingredients will not be allowed hardened. I'll make the best gag out I White Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate Ship Chandlery ,
I llquivaleuts fertilizing drunkards, and the cures bare been many.In .
in the ,ua1':1nt'C of this tonight; I've ever made ou the many cases tbe Remedy was given se 80S AND 805 8. PALAPOX BTIIEET.
t stage" cretly. I cheerfully recommend and Indorse -
The stating of the maximum and minimum percentagesof : White Ribbon Remedy. Member* of ----A.GENCY-
"If you do I'll leave the force.: our Colon are delighted to find an economical -
a given material :guaranteed will not be permitted.The "Well, we'll compromise by your treatment to aid us ia our temper- REVERE COPPER CO'IPANY,10HN A. ROEBLING'S HOJ.H CO a

actual amount of minimum will onlbe. allowed on meeting me after the play, and we'llIft ance work. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUSSEL & BON'S PCMPH.
Druggists or by mall II. Trial package
the guarantee.: that &0 I've got by a confidence free by writing Mrs. A. Townsend 'for Cum Cir.izi Piliti 1111! lulled lulnsiits, flirts, liciirt 1'.111'
McLIN :nee: go for champagne. After nil, thej.1e't
B. E. of Woman's Christian
years secretary a COMPASSES, LOGS, ETC.
Tallahassee September 11, 10f>2.Commissioner. on me. Temperance Union I.' 218 TremontSL neTolenAH')
R : LEONARD VAX WINKLE. Boston, Mass. sold la Pensacola by C. McKenzie Oerting Collectiaj Agent for Bar Pilotj B

4 Agriculture.. Hannah Bros., :i X'alafox: st, elation -' .




t i s




I ,
r/i after the eau e. Stimulants and cathartics will never care Indigestion. Game AVandrrrra.. Lieutenant Commander 1 )
relieve the but the next meal Bronaugh Killed
temporarily system clogs It again The
"'.r r aT>uld be digested. The nourishment-health-strength it contain When we were children and went to Himself on Kearsarge.

f\Cyjce; appropriated-absorbed by the system the "real country," where there were New York. Oct. Lieutenant Com i

woods and long stretches! of sand and mander William V. Bronaugh, ot tit li1L
KODOL the bay splashing in at our very front the United States navy ('ommitte.jsuicide ; ,

Children i I door we used to invent many games on the battleship Hearsay t r

purifies,cleanses, strengthens and sweetens the stomach that we could never play anywhere at the navy yard by blowing out hiaj I t

Th. O This new discovery digests all classes of. food and assists klse. brains with a revolver Friends of ,,, i
w the stomach and digestive
organs In '
assimilating and Commander I
transforming it into the kind of nourishment that li One of these we called wanderers. was Bronaugh believe that he'' for Infants and Children. 1.

n n taken the blood and fed We very much worried over the manifold -
up by to the tissues throughout always had as many as eight in

** the various organs of the body. Kodol cures Indigestion the game, and we usually counted out duties of his. position! as esecutivr The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature I

nrlnl and dysP a Psia, thus removing the cause of all stomach j. to see who would lit! the leaders. We officer which are considered to be- of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his f s
ftUUUI troubles. Kodol rives such strength to the body that more arduous than those of any other .
had personal supervision: for over 30 Allow min ono r tt
to count year
it Is Invaluable in ill wasting diseases. out i\\ ice, for we needed position in rank In the 1
for what Kodol hudonefor ," two leaders. Then each leader navy. Cap to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and : : I
:. ?!'*" to think you me w.ltel Clifton Glrton.Collett. InO. chose tan Harrington captain of the e
,,. i,jykp:Li'i'rfullJ'p.iaft r/thlnelw It."| had tolled. WhenltriedKoduinhelpadmlt I his men in turn, just as we used to navy ard.. said: Brook.lyn "Ju t-as-jood" are but Experiments and endanger the : '; r i

,its 'U) Kodol Digests What You Eat. choose sides for a spelling; match. "Tht re I is an epidemic of suicide in health of Children-Experience against Experiment. +1 \ t. % !

_. w E C.Ite Witt&: Co.,Chic rrr* was ever The Kind
memmrementi the trial size which sells for 50c. would You Have'Always Bought
toss tr
up to see who I'houhll.le the an epidemic) ( of fever. Such a thingmay
D-tt 111'5--11'111"(( ( EarlD DlSCfS the fimou little' liver pills for bUlousness of first to go forth in the woods. You occur, and 4''' j 1
cannot be
consUpittott. Sate thorough. They never grip we had explained Bears the Signature of z ; 1
see everything fair, The
: very so
John Sheppard.Hariris' Pharmacy Sidney Kann. 'I as not to waste any time in disputing.If ; the man other probably suicides had, which been art thinkingof very ;: 1 ( !i tIn

Halpirs side won the toss, then sad Is'i
affairs and then in
\\ II.t try It seized him
'.. thus de.1 while
!iiriinv Halph's party went ,
genii" to arrange a railroad timecard I ; and !it was all over in a minute." !11 I
: : Carlyle to Ralph or time table, so that It may be off into the woods. We in Barry'sparty Commander I
Hronaush '
'.,!u Ainr. 5, lm: "One readily, easily:J and accurately under'oo : kept our backs turned and our Kentucky was born in f. j .. :
.. in the world. shut till had entered the naval aca.l. I Use For Over 30 Years. _
.l n;: men .-> :1 by the oo-a'oiwl' trau-br! 1 is: not I eyes we counted 200 emy In 1873. ; ;

.>' riuxh. duty dark yet born. IVrh.ip-- will tin ye to In1tnid. straight-one;: two three, four, not five ,"r erxr.u. tarP.xr n .. ..T"mUln 1 i i iI

: .;' .in;, hazel eyes; mas- .'. I'.ut uu matter, holy much tin1 i ten, fifteen twenty or any of the other Explosion Kills Five. ---=- ... ..-II t I IIt.i I

t. ,- most massive yet; parunof: : a road, may !1.1' tujstinVdllif \ short cuts. We all counted togetherout GJasf'ow Ky.. Oct. 1.-Five persons I
sallow brown I loud, and this '
ooni1 111:1:1:iwment takes particular pain pne: the other party were killed by the explosion of a boil THE GARDEN SECTION 'I 't Ii
I ',dtn\ locking; clot lies to time to steal away silently in any direction
UI':1| 11f'i:11| card "for the povtrniiif'i1 er at Jesse Hinslow's mill at Rockv
L'r and easy; guiolresII' and it pleapd, and when we hadfinished : oOF"I I
information of elupbayetsonly" ] Hill today. Their names are Jess .
-, mice! U musically counting they were nowhere
'Ih;' table Is so that ll If
simple a I mmloW 8m Hlnstow Allen '
: ".n 11 I laughter! and piece child, an iruli tiiid it. The swoiulpaw in sight and we had no idea :ut I may lie between; |' to look fur them but we started out all
n"Ii..tI.'lIlIlalllll. a tableliowlns'I The accident! U
; CBiimp report: to
fn-c and together through the wo, ds hunting I' .
i trio u- ;
jt (lie rate +:f

mile for b ; I I
r have low
p pl'n caused by water In Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
., tin these late tlee- train We went as vllently; as we could ;
a to travel a given niiinlnr of' the boiler.
.> ovei a pipe. miles in an hour. It starts fifteen I BO HS to come UJHIII them unawares: I ----- --- I 1
tallies hoar, which! i and they went as silently as they could Beautiful Lots for Sale. 1 t !
:1:t is four minutes : I "WATCH THE KiDNbYS" 't j
? 'at WaY "C'rC'd.' so w would not get on their trail. If I

.,.:. brute ftitinml to the mile, and gilts as high as Jiii I | one of our party MW: even one of theirparty \Vh.-n they are affected life is in I
mil"11] an hotir. or .1 mile in thirty-nix danger.! says: Dr. Aberntthy, the 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each according ,\ I
:Ilt, |I'.ut, In the we pave: a big India w.irwhoop / i ; 'II
8"f'lIlIl", illltl llOW ;,,*N) SUlMUvi.>!oIl'". great Fi--'li-sli phvsici'iii. Foley'sKidney
., dt.1 and they knew | to location and
,' i ;,ie as they Were disiwered.Thou surroundings. 1 : : :
This Lard gives locations of regular I Curs makes sound j p i
; '
1 _', ..: I iu'j: pt. The they turned their backs Jn.t khlnf'i'.j' / .
| I W A. D'Alutuberte, 121 tS. |
water stittiuns..ini limits sit tiatious ;
I ahcr death of standard clock.v maximum offU'ibt will re hey were and n'liitcd, and we street. i[ Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I I I' I

spetil j went st.-aHng off through! the woods.Sometimes -- -_--- I
.t; ;i'.ubastis: be- trains 1't\\1) different town.. I I i i ji High Dry Fertile Lands.i j
: we -K'nt whole mornings : i
iodotus.! Diana | )
\ Friend In :\.ct.
what days( i I
ti.ty of the ; herself i which trams !m.-iy. erebrilges! at'' sileiii-o and the mystery of following! : and must have $ by I The grandest: opportunity investment ever f U t 1
noun today, I kft all at j
various hours and list niy money
of all station
tic! gals lied Into a up the wall paths perhaps to \ictory, home hi my other ilothcs. Cant youhelp offered in Pensacoia.Home : j t
and trains. It is likely, of course, that 1 perhaps[ to tit'.lt.'erl' very fa-. : 'I out? i

were similar cards furnished to the ; fog: to us all. and I if I were a little IN.y I I'll lend you carfare : I Seekers Should Sec These Lots. '. .
.' II nnaer's Trlile. trawling rmlilip thenTvoulj lie no < again; I should\ Iik<' nothing; better than i| tg.J Louie for Philadelphia t
." I:''t regard tra! nsn abatement Ill' fool iiesiinns.| resides. I to Meal fbrongh the \\'o'Jl18'lth the I Press. '

it is not to the interest of a railroad I Icommny i shy wood birds and rabbits nil about .A. "V.Cl.bbs n i' ; ;
; to take the public till entirely
M far (is to say he 111('. playing: a game of wanderers.New .- One That Never Fftlli. I

into its 'ouhll'n.t't'w York Press Ywrk Tribune. 'Do believe, in ?" she asked. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. j
.lJ.\'. ,liut he :U the kin] .. I you signs < j
I .,.t his catch lit 1111) I ?? -OU yes!; he replied. "Whenever I : .
Ii I .
f :f'dl.t. .: .
n ln I ; ; l.f
I meet good looking girl whose father
., i.-.ll attention; A Child m hol"I n ; I
your to F.C. BRENT, WM. JI KNOWLK8. W. K, HI EH, JR., J. H, KfcKSE.President. : 1
which a kneel tinnjluk In the burial register \Vhitcchaiipl' j I A curious eu-tou, formerly prevailing is rich it's a sure sign that I'm going; Vice-President. l'ahl r. ABB t Cashier I I Ir

waUlIe Uows.- ruder the year liH'J; : is the folk-wing | ; on St. Nicholas; day was the election to fall la love."-Chicago H cor..1lIer'aid. "

-'..:. entry: cf a toOto maintain thef-tnte and : I

.--- ".ll\ill'';?1ot. Uichard:! : I'.r.indon. a man |I authority of a bi, -hur>, fur ",which 'ur. .- .. ?
Bank ;
out of Ituseuinry lane. This Itrandonis : A Me Nnlle.l. First Nationai
tl .t t I'rrh'r It <);ln-p" h.. pose he was clothed III rich episcopal
"i ashamed tj loa Lcjc- ( held to Uc the man who Beheaded i i rubes and! wore a miter. Deau Colet I Mr. Mild-Hammond:: intimates that
Chnrhsthe I First." I I don't dare say my 50\1118 my own.
'I'r in the statutes: of St. i'aul's school, expressly -
.\ l I"lss distinguished candidate fur ordains that "his scholars Mrs. ::Mild-Well: you go and tell Mr.
\ >es. I'd sooner do It I.i I. Or PEN8ACOLA. L.,. ill
at a church fair but I' the in;quay was one"illiun; llowlctt.aituallv 'i frhmiM every Childermas (Inmxvnts'" Hammond that jou do dare say it, and t l r i

iiiiiMiiiH-l to death after the I till him I said so.-New York Journal
to I'aulis churche and hearthe
?'.-,!mists.tunild 'I' day come DZ1 re-tt.ration f<.r a part he never played and after }
divide. bishop's: sermon W. BLOUKT F. C. UKKNT. ,V. K YKR., JI. "
I W'b1. H. KNOWLES. A.
and navcd from the l h
only gallows
It In.
ytlie j,] loe at the hygh masse, and each of UnbliinK I t r
i 11103m.thln:: tiru-t: 'nl efforts ut a few citizens : them offer the bish Phrenologist-Your son will never i D. O. Kr.EKT L
\ chylde
1 a 11t'"I10 I i .
> Knows enough to keep;;
who swore that !Br\llIlfIll did the deed die in jail.MotherI. .
Oa Nov. 13, 1--1.; the of
.- pretty goorf lawyer. nrandona* not availadle for retril'iiti"i i op.London ordered that nil the bishop churches i am very glad to bear it.I'trenologisthIe 'i i

'l..Iu I is VMJ Fins when it >, 11,' had died in his !IMH sixliKiiitlis in his dioi-ese should elect: boy bishops, ,' will live to sene rmlt ip( ad M t! Rg S aD kfll ai Ml. l'' 'i

.ifter ( 'harl.: '" was Is'headedcud out his l'eutt.ncl'ew York Pios.
|..iylr.s; his del.t>--ruiladt'l- to take part in proe"s'oiis: in the ; 'I''i
Irl1. : had: l lb"en hurri'-d ignoiniiiinu; 1 streets of the metropolis. With the t !

into his grove \Vliltecliapel chiin-h- ,. ri-te of Protestantism this election wasstippre The Affront. [-We draw onr own Hllld of Escnanjra on Great Britain, Irelan't: I I t

DOZEN TIMES A NICHT.wtti yinl. A< pnltlie ,eiition of London *:-.>d, but the itun monteuj was I "Tut tnt'ou: ere not going to Germany France. Austria Italy, Holland, Hpam, D Jgfum, Russia Not
lie could loudly escape his destiny, )but fight:" I '
Dunn of J'.eiiton, PerV a continuance under qnother form. : way. Hwe1cn. Denmark: and other European es. I
it is -iid that remorse and hortvr "1 ain't ? Didn't hear him
The In. yer
"hpI'I'lidlf'r" was
i.. writes : "I have hud ,
d l oladder! trouble\ for year-, sliortt'lii his" dayhl his supposedr.iijfcssion. EnjluIII'! before he came from Amer- ; call me er blamed eristocrat?"-Life. .:V"VosseL: Dt3bnrd) upon ,ho aiorKarrrahls Terni, and shell i 1

line 001) bid that I was; a tract widely circulated i ica.-Guidon Telegraph.The ;! 1 Obligations Taken Payable at Port of "' 63 ira'tou Tin, or Klfteet njfter *-.. t I
lit the time, he claims that he !
Was t j
"t at lea-t a dozen Vessel Arrives ere-
up C.SCltut: ; :() I5Y I5IO 1I() HALMI __ ,
:i.t. I never received any "frtcheil out of bed l by a troop of i
li'-iif-tit from any inedi- hor".." and carried against his will to Shoe :nil. I TSafaty Deposit BoeR:: : for Rent in Connection ,
.\ farmer saddled his horse to ride to ;
I tried Foley's" Kidney the scaffold; also that he was paid ::S<>, j; I All Mvin ami lllcM. Piscasv-H Cared <. with which wo hS..6 a Privs Ayartmanf. for th(} Uu i ;
he that of
i and though saw one :,
: ii-itiL'two: li.jtttrt- am all in half crowns, for the work and MrM.. L. Adams Fredouia Ala 01 R8nt.rll.
V" 1. D'Alemberte,121 I .- the shoes Lccdcd a nail, he only said: I 1 1
had "an orange stuck full of dunes:' : took lUtanic Blood Balm, which ef- II'
| "It docs not mutter much about II
and a II:1I1I1"rl'l1l.: !! "it of the kill: 's i fectuatly cured an f'atwcallct'r!:, of '
------ nail and rode
..11 S"hlltlh p i. !K.-t "Pie! III -[I'." lie ",'.1.1 l for I" away. I'
Hi* had not yet completed half his the iuw- and face. The soreInhaled WE WILL-FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

:.1'I tfilow.;! sjlld I the "'l:.ii"'i-s;J; in KHm.ny: : l llll'-lIurfll'r's 1 journey when his horse east IIK shoe. up p..rfFctly.lall}' doctorhad .

: '. ,-: dl cifloiiicr tla.II.iIlI':: "If there were a forge; near at hand," :| given up her ("i'I": lmpel"-rt, hundreds = .ir. ti s'Wrt tn-0ay'iv-. al f,r,'nr. ,!1-, ttl-s:' mil I Ltt ,. !i I II I i I

said he. "I should hate the horse slits! i nisi ilPe l'bl' {
of cages: of a I
eating t
,, if i-
t.icl "next. Meanwhile, there are still three shoesto I t
sore-, -upperating swellings etc.
: -
: ': iiito: chair. 1 4wt '
mj lfnIJ ,
go on with. r b4l ,' I tL. ,
j have beer cared !by Blood Balm ter : II
i ii il 1 lair and i !
M I cut I Hut the horse next hurt his hoof ,, Among: others, Mrs. B. :M. Ouerney, Ill- I U..H e'i'

j ,f i I cut both of ,cl)11s'n\'ftls on very box: of the i genuine upon the stony ground and began to ;go Warrior Stand Ala. Her lull and tf il.-t t i I t>ml 1 K i ilk.-i.r -.I.I I.! '

? t i.' \ 'WS.i Laxative bfromo--Quinine Tablet : lame. Suddenly there sprang forward I Itwo lip were raw as beef, with otleiisive till U 'It r .I'Irrr ; :ri: I t
w a uV IHi.nir I- '
robbers! from the forest to hinder : the ready tat curia cold la one daj.TII j ; tn. *>< | i lii' I r i .1 r.' I '
t ".hu 1.I the tra\'I.h'r. He was unable to escapeon : Doctors advised; cutting, but it Carvu Sr. ,'rr ", tl ,. '> u- i I ; i( of 'I 1t.r
i Kn.iv. I Uesie's tiancee? and failed. Blood Bilm: healed the rn-'n,. I o1 v," + d 1' I ,,rt rtlrr I ,
horse that
i lime It Jlonnted."here. a limped so theyttsik ( .1 4 ii t_ -\ ,l.l| t. k ,V. ..1'in ::1
r..I for that reason 1 *ors, and ;MrGu"rnsy i- a- tl I !at t' i .2
t : from him his horse, with bridle, J 'k- -' AUK Vii I
yelled the j olieeimui.; "whereare .
well a- ever. Botanic Blood Balm II lfr--1 .i ;
< i not the true be >
> sport ,
i saddle and f' .. I''
going with that chunk of hardcojilV portmanteau.: j GnnIrtrr.r' t i. + r
al-o cure eczema: itching !humors. .
f .
"I ('ouilinot have expected: said he, ; I
scabs andcales, bone ulctrotlensive .
t 1 not'l : pains, 'I'
( ".'ti!II't invest in the mary "To the jeweler's." the iliaD rciilied. "to l lose my horse and my projierty on ; pimples, blood poi-on car- in lr. dayr .1m.nduaa 111Ab''L" lint llLCb r, ,u ,., 1Mdl drI.l I /Ir
"My wife's "Chicago account of a single! lIal-Frum! : (;('r. buncleicrofula, ri-ings and !
till he jot a sure tli1n.nnr.Plr. ;, .- crazy over terns. ; bump- SALVONA SOAP CO. Cor. 12th & Piiu Sts. ST. LOUIS. MO.
t Record-Herald. ,, man of C. von Schtnid. | )ii the skin and all !blood troublesDruggi.t ; e Ill' I

;; -; fl l per large bottle 1 1NOTit'li. ,
'iutpie 01 lioianic Itlood liaim free -- ;
\1n. I..r ('r6bIltl en! Got There nt fact.The .
... tlJ.le". ltt1t'III hurries undercover bright boy applied for a job and prepaid: by writing Blood Btltn CHOICEST ( 111111
I \ II. there's one thins!; about always ;1: Co Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble .

:.i.i,.. enabled a good many as soon a. it begins: to rain. "Do you want a boyY" he asked of and special medical advice -put inealed I hays bee rtu'i:.' ir'zJ i" tat:
Belle-Yes. She believes. with Xapoliou the magnate of the once, standing, before --I i
lttt-r. It is worthwhile \
Win. J' \III
'r! I-"' iu the wOI'IJ'ho -nhcrq'tu0nf'rr -uIIuz.Bryan's / 'f
that in order to succeed him in hand.
one cap
investigating !such s remarkable -
I'd i of before : T1 ." Con.II."IIf'r.The .
i has brought theta into mast keep the powder dry.-Judge.Slrrnuositr "XoUidy! wants a bog replied the remedy, a< Blood Balm cure FRUITS ADCONFECTIONERY[ ,
magnate; eying him sharply. the moat awful wort and mo-t price i" .1.\ lu err yo ar in ;id
is t lHfore. if that were
( "IM you need a boy?" asked the tipI deep'f-ltpj, blood disease vance. Tho-; des-irnu' the pajirr -A'1. .

i Trauserptnhr I plieanr nowise! abashed. can have: it sent to tl' in by -cudiu

"Noltody nti-ds, a boy" came the discouraging HM tll the uudf'r-iO11 d. C. APOSTLE'S j r

.\.,,,C'r.I ft1 ; reply. Try one of our celebrated H.M.Every; Roe'FIF.

.,. hll t !to mail pay starts ROme limo oat with lie: ) The boy stuck ids cap on the back H. (S' S. Felt Mattresses.'They (''1ft' D ally ::1"w- U East GmniBBit St.! :

of his hea l.
1'. 1:: for ?:2a 'y. > never pack or grow .
; tnwreries. ) "Well say, mister," he inquired, "do Fllrllwrl,: ( '-d'va HhtlU'itl1tHt lJ i. !
01!,.''*. ho have when lie :1 Ietterthfln hnir'mattress .f-\ Woman .
q \\ you have to have a boy?" lumpy., a Out c.U-ii i&j< if Plu<'appleat' :I' r i .I
I .
';.1 t 'l'y Tin sorry to say we do" L? said! at half the price. .; T. \ U '"rretrl.1''II.\I V to 12.00 per dozen t t tI tI
mil tYrn
\ 1 i It
V't:; r
1. :
: \
iy.t Jag.: a new ,,. (. \) J. ":l1Itl I guess you're about what we t"I MMWL Whirling Spray ;
I'uck. .-1; .. {.,.; Marston tj1 Quina. | ....-r '''''...'....../ ; 'If
\\"Itnt.-llitroit Tree Press. :
\ ; 1t
t \.f .c&k -,1 .iI'' f ;
Jf\\ .. V :
: r 1
K I'm far 1'4'\f'r. W ; If you want a nice present to give1 I II S --tJ r r>l llllru.H I? [I'gull; F .t t
J'--\ 1
? to friend and look through the .I "
1I"j" liver disorder nt'i' A Natural <|oe ton. .I I a go 1.1 'nonl,1 ftr h.If I" "
;' be II CV Teacher-l'or what 1 Is the city ot.' elegant: line of suitable' articles at II. 0' ',."1 O"PI..J Jle Ilierd'tinynp4ules! sresupcnorto {
prevented by .
.iy 7K' <. \ I. 1. curtly can find ,I t It1 AL, anI,t nu Balsam uf l '1 itc'i
\ with DP Witt's noted? you \
trot \.. Lynn .m i pit tl- 1 '
'r 1 .t J. I something to please If a.rat.'I l t ( '''>('1.4 c-"piiona'1
: k.rlkdJtClP.full
'I.i- you. you ? '
: rThee famous .
Suall Boy-For its amount of .
great fine'vlarl..u'1'tr. t-ntn- I I I II
in the Diamond Trp
i want anything ITPln48
"i ,:rip They move t't st(d. t..u.nriVWSirL 'R\ .L(0? t. .. '
iy but (cnril'u'\r\ and \ b" sure toee him before you buy. e.' '-.el, UI'nlt \nytn.'II \11'1"t
Teacher-Oh. no. KooniKicTlmci! Bldu.. Ncm ort )
1' Jdt 0 R' .1 I IlIjGIST';
-' tome -.
.' prtlpPrtietuthsgland {t.I'.ti ;:: Suall r.i.y-Then where does linseed: !
i 1. putb + hA
; '
-k--f come fl'um-U'\J'8 of the Empire.
"y. John Sheppard, I

ltlnOh: no! We don't object to :Mnelo. rwms8I-cann.tarsl\
Three' little kittens out at play -- trI sera diaLareeeibd..mutlu.., : ;
that soil of thing. It makes business Lr..erd irnlatea. or utc.tattoed <
I' Soamperlng about the lawn one Jay. OF PYTHIASpenomcolk tet MIis tyre. it mates. meatraelt. 1 t
CASTORIA lJOm.I &* most htol of ftQwtnonay d&I rne..ulraydbe, Painleusain'rtuithr I I

Tourist-How's that. pray? 1 Three little kittens, as white as a. 1NEEt1.SClittl CI gent erpniwaual, ,
snow of P
K. ,
? CI.rtLEY'o. Lodge. No. S
t I Xttln'-Oh, doctors undertakers Hunting for mischief, high and l low. trchNJno: Mehl br Draggiale, r
-r lilasts
and Cliildrea
Monday< even e.8.d. or lent to pl.ia wnpp.r, i I It'
meets every :
trtndse manufacturers an' a few rj ere+e., rtrtud. far
fa fal j You A piece of stovepipe lying near. lURE III log at.WI) at Cattle. Hal. II 00, at i totUn, IZ7S.Srrtlt .
r : Han Always Baug j others.CbicagoAmerican.j -- .- Prepped by the rubbish man I { Iwt ..1 A t in BnlldngtbirdCootJutting the BloaDt Wktioi, i 1t '/ ** that a reat.eet. J

COLDS. I bretbren eordlail; i
A"/ j little k'ttens. with white! ;
? snow fur welcomed gMICNEa1N'6 (NC.USH
i ."y..cCk ) I F ill cold* :are liable: to haD! on all Crept in at one end with contented pur. H. A. Li.E t
;; winter leaving seeds of pneumn111:1hrotlehitiaorconsumption. ftfunoco.. Cootiinirtaiedlej 're' H. HORBLEB < t r EHHYROYAL PILLS f' i iI
F Then a strange thing happened as you iiagree. K. IL t B. i .lj hrimiM. ,
I : < rtcognJied by tmJ- _'tNbrr: e-.1.: 1..Il..a.n.e
I '
1 ..(S t ('IIi(111-il.ia'I t\t.LI .H 1
: lty'Honey and Tir curequickly And under how Mtch a thing could be. that hat ( ,,1.1, -c 10.1. .,.. .' b. ,.. ".... ,
I and prevents serious results. It i U,i : Vent physldins u a ri 'do .1rr.L.a..lhrr.1(4... '
Seasonable household .. ..... ... .. .
r c'tolers that do
% ,
not old and reliable, tried and toted For out of the other end into the light Kfdn.y and BltAiw troublu. ... r.''r ".II'r 1" .',''.', i.u/' .....'...Itau. .- i

U -'<', at the mills safe ant sure, contains no opht: Crept three t tte! kittens as blark as .AICI ... sa4aJAri4 \and kitchen utensils at the !i! !\t"W i' .Hemp M"Krllcfr... 1'..."rl'....'ll..__>Tr.,..<<[>'"i..l.l.,by No )I
11 :and will! not con-nipat W. A. night. I A { ..-. M.Io u.." ".c__. 8.ey }

I' are Co.'s. D'\I mbertE', 121 :S: Palafox i!I -A. E. L. in Youth's Companion.i J 1 W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. j Willis Hardware Co.'s. I (I.-.... , .J..iH.Iherhaterlbr.lrifa....,. ..II...... ..... i


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WISE I Im DESTROYED !! For October to date EX FORTH... ..... ..._' .... i \lIj 9 I I' Book .

Hr ss Manchester Corporation. ;:>:. Covers
BIC OFFICIAL REACHES HERE D IN EXTREME NORTHERN LIMITS ;; bunker Heath,Ualvotou coal to Gulf Transit Co for

: E. D. Burnett who has been quiteill '
is able to resume business again. CLEAKtD.
i I II Nor 66 anna ttil Cbn>tenien, by Golf Free !y
-- iI The Misses Griffin's dancing class : I Transit Co for Antwerp, with 1M> bnds leaf.
I toba c'.iit"l barrels 8;:at) tons pho'
Rear Admiral: William C. Wise, I will meet at r<'t. Joseph's hall tonight small houses were destroyed pbate rock,al.loll It oak lumber, 4U *cjr ,,
II I bales cotton,valued at -tt,7H To all purchasers! of SCHOOL -H1( 'I' A
after a delay of one diy, reachedPensacola : by fire early this morning in the extreme I Gulf Br Transit M'Augun: Co Itelmont.for 5ew, -tlt-on-Tjue JW7, Rogers by", will give handsome biofc cover Why not keep your !school b,., : -

at 5:50: p. hl. yesterdayand I Mrs. A F. Wheat, Nashville, northern limits of the city. with 1,10.1 tons coal valued at K 5m I and why nut wear our SCHOOL 8HOES? You WILL HAVE i iBoys' 1.1

Tenn., arrived in Peusacola ye?tH- I
to Palafox:
went immediately i They were occupied by VirginiaWest
day afternoon. AT Ul AKANTIMi. !
wharf where the navy launch Undine : and Victoria with, and were bk IrU.jl. TMI.Consigiiere.Janiero via Sat.
It l. Calf
Win. Anderson, a prominent mill I HarbaJoes: to order I' Lace... ... ......_.__.__..__..___...__....... SI -0*
was: in waiting, on which the lt>U!>-lU Hayne street. They were It bk Edenburgb. IM.: Marl, Port Kliza-I
man from Freeport, was a business betb via M Helena to orderot '
Youths' Sat. Calf
important official embarked and in ; visitor here yesterday. I owned by Mr. Horace :McKinnon, j order" bk t'rlano, x", Cactieur, Opcrto to Lace ......._.____._ 1 00Boys'

short time was at the uivy yard. valued at about JiK) each, and were
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i i \\'. H. Price, a Marianna attorney, LaceBoys' ... .. ........ .. .................................. .. 1 ::2:)
The yard was formally: delivered I said to have been insured, although \; Stricken With 1'araly-is. I
is at the Escainbia to-day. Legal
Henderson Grimett of this place Vici Kid, Lace .... .... 1 50 to 2 00
to him this morning by Lieutenant business called him to Pensacola. I this could not be definitely aster .... ... ..
was stricken with partial paralysisaud i
Commander Collins, who has: been Sheehan will her taiued. I completely lo-t the use of one' Youths' Vici Kid Lace 125 to 1
I Mrs. James open I ... .. _. .. 75
jt in command since the departure: of i dancing school!, corner Chase and The fire was started from a defec- arm and side. After beiug treatedby

the la-tcomnnndant.: I Cevallos; street, at S o'clock tonight.J. I tive line in the West family's house. i;, while an without eminent relief physician, my wife for quite recom-a Little Gents' Vici Kid, Lace .1 00 to 1 btiMisses'

Admiral Wise was met at the depot : I: An alarm wasturued in from box 53 mended Chamberlain' Pain Balm,
manufacturer ,
E. Creary, the lumber X-Tension Sole lace :
!I 4corner and after using two bottles of it he ... .... : 00
by Captain Lf-june of the marine from Bagdad, arrived last ,, Davis and De Soto streets, i is almost entirely cured.-Oto. R.

the Escambia.He McIox.\Ln Man., Loan county Misses' Lace or Button Pat. and
.orp5 who impatiently: paced the night registering at but when the firemen arrived they' ;

platform back: and forth awaitingthe went hume today. I! discovered that the nearest plug was able\V. Va.cures Several of partial other paralysis very remark have Leather Tip 1 25 to GlMisses'

Mi-s J arrived from been tllt-cted by the ue of this lini- ''
afternoon train, which was one Stockiiiger about 21oO feet away and all hose in j j
Pat. Lace ButtonMEYER
New Orleans last night and for a : ineut. It is widely known or apt
hour and thirty! minutes: behind tHo.r' hand was necessary to cover this dis- ;! however as a cure for rheumati-m.
few weeks will be the guest of Sold -- -
and bruies. druggists -
sprains by
tnne. When the train did arrive brother, George Siockiugcr. tance. The soil was so soft that the ( and medicine dealers.

the new commandant: stepped from trucks moved about with great dim"- :
Miss;; E. Nellie Beck one of the : Try the NEW Want Column.C. .
the car among the first alighting and while be- ,
most talented newspaper women lathe i culty, it was quite a :

passengers, and the awaiting naval south, has accepted a position; on : fore water could be thrown. The I J I K. OF A. SOIREEThe Fee FurwNlifi for ("11,11 Onlj.

Y hirer i immediately recognized him the stall of the IVnsacola! Journal. I II first house had burned down during: ,
4 hy the salute and naval conitesy. Prominent arrivals at Hotel Es- the unavoidable delay. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETWthWVvWth .

When the two had gotten clear of ; cambia today are H. S. Dumestre'j When a stream was finally starteda Catholic Knights America -

the crowd the captain handed the I NOW Orleans; Robert Martin will give a l soiree at their hall
length of rubber hose burst and
:Mobile and H. 15. Parker, Mont I Wednesday, Oct. 15. Tickets now .iv d t;
u*-w arrival a letter from Capt. ColJin !I gomery.Mr. caused another delay, during which sale. 10 td .

?, which was eagerly peru=ed, i time the second house took fire and ,

i'I uud the contents appeared: to satisfy: i Thos. C. Watson i* now in St.; was destroyed. All household prop- you buy Fur '
I Louis, and will remain there until See Pryoibefore. HI prices LOUISFRIEDMAN&OO.
the reader. They then entered awaiting j I: after the Vailed Prophet carnival. erty .from both places was saved by { lowest.

carriage: and were hurriedly and ----- -
He will l he home about the middle of occupants neighbor-

driven to the wharf.! 'I next week. A thick black smoke rose from the i You must have good yeast to make :
buckwheat cakes The West Florida I are arnviiig on every train in t tut
I Admiral Wie had no time to anwer Mrs. J. W. Ross," and niece, Miss I flames, and as it was swept over the i !Steam Bakery sells Fleishman's mE'" GOODS our ttlJt1- j.ttlll, hlll-d up t:, :., IS[ .
I Compressed Yeast, two cake ,crone first -f-/lud II/lor tf all tl.t' I..t, :
t" qlcstlon.ei'terdJy1) anxi.Mit j I Ross, left at noon today for points in northern horizon it attracted attention cake and one ticket for a nickel. and Newest Goods for our Rig Fall Trade. III'JII.!....

j was he to reach the navy: yard be- j i Teuness-ee. Dr. Ho-s left several from many people all over town I I '{ -

3, f"r8 dark, if possible.; days ago for Washington on leaveof and every car carried numbers to a Ball Bearing, keen cutting Jut Received a handsome CIO*" i C* "" EI
r $ absence. line of !Silk and Flannel \ /' I ft'l i I
t In his assumption of the local';; near point. Among these were j Lawn Mowers, at the Want- from .. .. .. .. .. 01.ill' IU UU (pa"I _

I' command there will bs no changeoraT ; I II Dr. R. Waggeuer; ; pharmacist t'l many property owner, insurance i Willis; Hardware Co's- -- -i
I with his family, has: arrived at the I Just Received Ono of the Hand-omen Lines of LAI'1I.:>
j t1 than that of improvementsprobably. I and rental: agent. I Bl'DWElSEU. iS
Pensacola naval tatiou for permanent nItEr'S ,SKIRTS everhown in Pell*acola.
Captain Collins who has : tay. He ha* been at Key;: When the fire was first dl-covered : -- -- --- 1iI-;.

1 been in active command, has shown i West for a few mouths. II one of the victims said, it could eas-I Crab nets and ishing Carpets, Mattings and Rugs
c t himself a thoroughly; capable: cilicer I Judge E. D. Keggs; of the criminal ; ily have been extinguished with a i; tackle to suit everybody, at 01" ALL Dr rUIPriONS.It :

,old his workmen had grown to like I c"urtof record, has leaded room 6 in bucktt of water had she been able to the Willis Hardware Co's.
j tLiit! "ntrtmeutwe: can say.' you money: u- wiill.j ; :
;Im very much f>r the interest he the: Thiesen otlice building, and cancan i get at it. When attention of others|a t OA.STOn.IA. any l'ull1p"tltl"h. .--0

; t '. shown in their welfare. lit' willI be found there by any one having was called to it the neighborhood ',,I; wars th, ira Klad You Hate i'safs BIIyn -- .

I business with the court. I h ritar> J1 I PHOIXTERY (GOODS f-vtry De-eriptlon. Wti i 1.1tIi
;' !' in charge of the building 11'1'1t"- seemed to have gone mad and instead -
1 1 Erne \\'. H. Beaton a pitch pine I I .vUAt )lust ueeived one of the largest lines ever brought !l...rV -
t 4i:1: nig I data thcyard.At I I'i timber and lumber importer, of Lou-I of trying to extinguish the : \ > can save you money on thep g >od*. .

8 o'clock this morning the blaze, ran in direction to sum- For thc next
don was au early morning arrival
1 t txiouuag of salute gnus from thet at Hotel cambia: today. He conferred mon the department. 1 A1fflst t C Cest t uiture O.M. I SHOES! .< SHOES!! .-* SHOES!!! La .

rd announced a transfer of the with local timber dealers to- The alarm reached the station and I I'ryor's to make room for ntwstock. IJy the! Car-load for )Men Ladies and Children. If e. uc i Itf _

I to AdmiralVic., day. ; uft set what you want here there u no ue to !:..<'k .
II- ; .r truck houses at 8:10 o'clock, and by 9 : :>
J: : for it il-t-wherf. We have what you want right \I., I' .
Mr. W. H. Connors; and son, Robert o'clock trucks were on the scene. A I will repair your watches and at i pricehard) to beat. .
SCHOOLS ARE- left for CuIImin Ala., last jewelry in first-class style. J. 1 11III:
i i I still breeze greatly aggravated the Stephens. ,';011> PairLidif-' Ituttou and L'ice Khoeworth >L: >I'.
m.cht, where the boy will be entered I -- ':! v< and *S oo to clo-" out at only +l.Ou pair. st _
he. I
I for a 2 years: course at M. Bernard's the dust. You 13 '
; i iCullee. Lay can buy
IN FULL BLAST Mrs. Couuors will return : I
: For her
Saturday. fcixiy tears. : garden hose at the"illis] Louis Friedman & Co.
j I : Harry Haley arrived from New been used for over sixty years by mllllonsol i,
I mothers for tbetr, children while teething.' PMYi'
fhe I5K 2 1'-:; school year opened Orleans this mornill He was one I with perfect success. It sootht-s tbe child, '' Cleaning ladies skirts and wai.t. v YvI,y}"
i* of i--r star Lana
of the men woo suffered in the ex- one specialties.
f tt 1 I-pici'usty in rensacolj! yesterday, I softens the gunis.allnys all paincures wind
plo-ion on the Monarch and some of I colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrboea -- ---
I I attendance at all places of instruction

j -l! ha increased: remarkably. ivmoval!burns of will bandageTODAY not yet-' admit a safe nf It will the world.relieve. Sold the Twt'nty.ffcpntq by poor Urugglkts little sufferer ln vry a bottle par immediately. .! |!I'; If I f Yniture \\'an t to Furniture l'nYOH'O go NET\ ORLEANS COLLEGE OF PllAiDIAfY,

.u It stated the increase u about atS'ff Be sure you ask for"M rs.Wlnslow's Booth- | __ __ _
Ing S)rup 'and take no other kind I n A S<'li'Mtl or I'liariiiacy: Condui-tfil hI'"
1 r 1 cent. I IHlDWla bet for the <. Ltcturtwith'Uor.v In-Iru'-ttou 1111'11-\1 i <\1 vI
tt 1 \ Inconveniences arc caused at b'4t. IS I 131tctsThe'1 ever sold here. ''TK\ 11Ir..ItY"IIILlluY and M1.tIJ.1t:1J1I": \. .gmpte. ,1. I in'
M. fur- '
Pryor's inoau.uchn'dug.with.9-tru'tuqtnaln.miu.-urlcprarttralut t- oJ'
I -.'honlsNo. laud 2 which antx!) --- -- Store. '.". !t.r," ".pel -. "inn T..BM I 17 ", .\.Il'e1H6E1.Pt1: I 1.1 III f- -

H, most largely attendeJ. Tit annex -.--

I t:' the first named is not yt-t com ROSH HASHONAH BLEW OUT Jj\ !\ (\ (\ II J'J\ \! ;r.IT 1. 1. ," $$ "

i ;j'letelllUlj a division of ;grades i- ---- '( ; rqICrlilrr

I' l(, ,i ut now impossible Work hat Todiy: ; i I- n "h Hashor.ali! til- beginning CYLINDER HEAD BUDWERSERgs ,

l ; >en ordered ru-hed however and of the I1t-brew New Year, --- .

J I, J it will soon be ready for occupancy. and oflttt year* since the world cre EUIIIt! Xo. (), drawing train X.>. 1.s I l.I l. I NICK'SRETUNT
'i' HAVE :SECt UF.DTIIF( A4I.Xt'FOH< 'I llfl"F.
x At Ni>. 2 on East Garden street, at-
: ation. It !" one of the mo
t-ndance is the greatest nf any yetIJI ; of Hebrew religious days that 1 head yesterday Jftr-rn."u, ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING CO'S)

t the tutors are perplexed where hccurs.I .
I j just after leaving :Flomaton. and fora

ii-ff: to put pupiU. They were all cared Every store in this city conducted time things seemed as if another CKLEBKATKUBudweiser I :
: I I
'.1". 1..r. h owevl>r. I I by Hebrew merchants was closed: i engine would have to be wired for Bottled Beer.

.1oI''J A large l'. S ilag: proudly wave bt afternoon at fi; o'clock and will from the city's shops.!

vtT the top of school X.t. 1. and remain closed until the same hour !, This did not have to be done owing CALL roit IT ATLL .\ 1.00\.....

;. -I this impro"tw 'nt is ;i timely and this tHniu Services celebratingthis to the ingenuity of the throttle DAILY MENUS

1 mmenduble____one.n __ __ :I grand day began: at b o'clock I man of No. 30. Having no H. MOOG

l'ul.tNh i.u r. : last night *t Temple H th-El, and I other rope at hand, he cut the Comprise all the Up-tu- Distributor for "'QTOHt FlOJ.' dn.
Date Dishes th> Markets -
were conducted by llibbi Samuel bell cord and tied up the broken
feet: f I CliiiiA'e ()\I'rI'I'IIIP li> I'rojior of the World $
1'",>tI. Koch the naw arrival. Another i cylinder valve, thus preventing; a A1f"l'd.

I and more important service was further escape and exhaustion of
The necessity of pt! i rt and proper food n hittlyappre. i held at the same place this morningat steam. In this way, and with power
mated: in the Phillipiue-, particularly -
by Americans unwed to climate 10 o'clock. on one: side alone, the train labored Ladies' Private $

aii'l i native custom in cooking. Lit Eight's service was largely into the city an hour and thirtyminute .
f One orourdolJierboys writes: "11\ I Dining Parlor.
and beautiful of : late with the fireman straddling
attended the place ;? -
t : tins! land of bad food and disordered I
IInJ.ui.lleft my diire> ;;:'iou for many:
Vi-itor- this sect from for all his might.
e months; in such a state, th it food of outlyingtown
s :tar kind di-tre,-ed me terribly. 1 *; have come to this city to participate The machine: was put in the shops ,
-uil-red from the effect of drugs butd ,
in the this and will be out in few l.t; .\CI.\. H/HII\.
trod not eat. It was simply misery I worship, and many i morning a

to live. The so-called remedies only families have guests from all West days. Orders Prompt Southwest Cor.ier Palafox and Garden Streets.A .

-etmed to aggravate: my sutlering*. Florida points today. i Filled. Night or Day.II FEW VERY DESIRABLE; DWELLINGS, ** ,* *
Some friend stusested Orape-Nut
Goes Like Hot Cake '. ,
Food and I gave it a mil. To my Rosh Hahonah the most important I ** ** ** i* ** ** STORES AND OFFICES F 'K i-i
surprise and pleasure it did all and ; "The fatest selling article I have I I
of Hebrew religious days, is in store" It's Something Good to Eat
; my druggist C. T.
more than was claimed for it. I am
I you wish,you'll find: It at ,
now after using the food for eighteen : celebrated over the entire world Smith of Davis Ky., "is Dr. Kings Two large dWt'lIllIo'iitor,. on NorthBaylen '' Two !stores connected by I u-
Btret-t. wild all modern conveniences with rooms and kitchen n>)"
New for
months, in good health: digestive I Discovery Consumption of I
my Nick 1I'ator.and la residence portion .
apparatus in perfect (order I with a great solemnity, the same j Coughs and Colds, because it always Apostle'spopular city gas<*
and I have: long lot; all feeling of strict abstinence from business be- cures. In my six years of sales: "it Large: and comfortable dwelling. 2-story, !I rent as whole, or separately H-:
pataor discomfort after eating. In observed over the world todaya !" has never failed. I have known it Restaurant. with gas and water tbrou nout, large lot rental.
fact I live again. I would not be ing to save sufferers from Throat and wltb outhouse, located on the corner of .
in Pensacola.Certdnly La Rua street and sth Ave.6 per month.A The MGlnn EQildlnir. cor; -r
diseases who could .
for Lung get .
without Grape-Nuts the world. no ment and Tarragona street 0 >
It is not only the excellent effect of help from doctors or any remedy." /mNMm desirable one-story d./IlD.{. contain- for boarding home. Apply for p .
your food that renders it valuable, it it Clever" Lawyer.'h Mothers rely on it, best physicians ing 7 rooms south and bath rrontan, gas, within and water easy ,
is also delicious to the taste, possessing ; he a good lawyer? prescribe it, and W. A. D'Alemberte, I, I throughout reach ot bell aD flavor of its own. and can be "A good lawyer! Why say: I've i 121 outh Palafox street, guarantees i For a bad taste! in the mouth take lease for IJ5o per annum. tendenelastreets.t&per mOLt i"v
prepared: in many ways to suit uiacy known him to prove the truth of what satisfaction or refunds price. Trial Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I!. Two-story dwelling, containing 1 room, A few offices oa Palafoi strr' .
palates." Name given by Possum in't so and cot half try:"-Chlcag0 I bottles free. Regular sizes! 541;; and 'I' Tablets. For sale by all druggists near Belt Line, No, :ll'i N. Barcelona street "TaieaenB7tldtaE"add aate-roomsaitiM a Urg'" : -',
i for W annum. :
\\ill lease per
Co., Battle Creek, Mich. I Post U. I and medicine dealers I, weegin -h

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