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 7, 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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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i 11'; : : rinds: Strong Guests of National SENDS 16,000 TONS TO STATES GIVES FILLIP TO ]: Accident on Gulf, Colorada and ; 't

Capital.. MARKET. I I ENCLISH MARKET. i iSpecU !I i Santa. Fe.f : I '" 3 i

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,. DECORATED I i' 1:-'.(diu:;, J''a' ('.i. i>.-For the week New Ycik. Oit Continuance o' I TV/0 KILLED FIVE INJURED. 1 I

I|I DIED ON WAY nnd,..:, at 1/tilI,! ; la-t ui0i.t! 011.1. \- the coal sciKc in the 1'iiJted: Stat..: I SOLD LIQUOR ii" :

\'. no Fought for thet ;.1...., ot f ti'c Puiiad'-iphia and\ Heading Las given a fillip to the market he.>->. These Killed Are Reported ts: Be Still

"I Thousandsrt l.aiUdv < ompauue Hut the: coin says k London dispatch; to The Tn- Buried Under the Wreck-Collision '
that the .
pany! htr.t to uidiket IH.oiK tons ofwanciy bane and it is now believed
> to Participate In and niintrd real. demand will not ho a mere Rash !ii. Resulted From Misunderstanding of t
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I Iy The company.a olTn-ULis: here claim the pan. but will last at !least over th" Orders. .- I

Special to The Daily News. hat: tht\j' have nun at vrk taking present month. When Fred Rhodes recovers from 4

News. I Atlanta list. b.-While in 'a streetcar out roil, at BrooVside. G->o<7 Spring, i Further purchases of coal are reported Special to The Daily News. a present stupor caused by an overindulgence 1 I 't i' ,

-'tie; men whi oa his way to Trinity church Silver Brook and other collieries! )'i at all large exhorting centers ant Ardmore. I. T., Oct. C.-Two freighttrains
John W. Jordan western Skuyllull.Vith few exceptions Quite a number of vessels have been of too much whiskey, he .i & : '!
yesterday morning
-: n: tue: great conlsb1 on the Gulf Coolrado and Santa f
'... to 1M53 arc \\'hoI'll;; probably the oldest resident the furnaces in the Skuv ikll valley Used to load cargoes for American will wake up and find himself in the I J ;
ports at Cardiff Swansae, New Castle Fe railroad collided head-on near
il.tal of the nation of Atlanta: dropped dead. continue to feel the pinch due to county jail, and when he asks about j >f
the slow arrival of coke. There :r Liverpool and Glasgow.! On here today. Two of Ute crew we"elilled :
Mr. Jordan was in his one hundredthjear. for ia himself he will be iaformed that a j I
quantity: so far contracted very
not a slack in blast today that has and are still! buried under the J
11 ''Is: strong to par Had he lived until February14th (
been cotaidorabl and the fixing of large charge of selling liquor without a $ I
1 cot compelled to cease operations -
five perhaps
i.\th encampment wreck and were injured
:' of next year he would have rounded boats goes on apace, to the advantageof Ii't't !
for week btcauwof
a or longer
uof the Republic, I cense is pending against him.
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: lath fatally.The I! i
market and the gratin-
out h'a' century. On February the lack of its fuel supply. the freight

a;. Jhlt s of which ocwere last he celebrated the ninety-ninth; Warwick furnace: at l'ot>town, whi.-a i ration! of shipowners.! dead are: 1 Rhodes is a white man and was i i .f t J

uiiiltully greeted decorated I anniversary of hill birth at the residence Is one of the largest; consumers in tha It reported that several Elder- John Conway, engineer, Gainesville, arrested by Deputy Keeling yesterday ,. f J Ji I

ople. The \isu.ud of his you Robert J. Jordan valley! has been obliged to bank its Dempster: steamers have been ordered Texas.J. on that charge. He is from Es-; + .i' '
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wit' whom he has lived for a numberof i fires at intervals for some time<< but i* to the Tyne to load full cargoes of M. Ix>etus, fireman, Gainesville! i'
by the ternralna coal for New York and Boston, in addition I cambia, Fla., where it is alleged he ': t I
The Pa. ?
years at !b'Jl Seaboard avenue. now woking. Kobesonia Texas.
: are arrivinsMtU Jordan had been furnace furnace of to numerous vessels which within sold liquors; from a notorious "blind
of human For So years Mr. ar.d he Keystone The injured are: 1

: throng. A a member of the Methodist Episcopal this city have had similar exporienc"*. the last few days, have been cna-- Thomas Vaughn conductor: Gainesville tiger" establishment. He was very 'I' I '
'II i te Thusunprecedented
(ti! presence i>! church and during all that time! /.e IlniaiiM furnace- now banked and tered o.i the New Castle of market oal ; the probably fatally.A. I drunk when arre ted"couldn'tstand i

.. the had been a regular: attendant upon di'l no at:. opt isa* !n on made to start UP r\i.o'-t! ( to E. Harvey bridge foreman of '
1 1. .mong Uniti-'l State[ i.atuially ha> the effectof pre! perity," a friend paid, and 1 '
vine services. Yesterday morning !i-j the furnaces at Sheri'tan. BinlsborD I Pauls Valley, LT., probably fatal.

j'l -b i i']i' < rations spoke of going to church, but hill sou I Tipton, LI'(>sjJurt, Macunpis! alld1.1.hurts. rai":i.; pri<'ts on the London marlet W. J. Clements, brakeman, serious, had not recovered( ut noon today. i ,

advised/ him not to go out. I IIr. The Jack.- of the Empire Ir m and! wi'h the Continuation; of the but will\! recover.J. : 1
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i, I'.s t', ..'!nan.':.1.5 (:.1 :\ Jordan went anyway and boarded and Steel company at il..aulr.s: (;'),1- strike pi.iLsait.: Uouiiil to go matt-'rial B. Wiggins badly scalded; will! re I f fI

'J -, i' : i it f(>iin a tar going to the center of tha tinue idle. ly hiLh.! i.POWEB"COMPAHY..". cover. CARRIED BACK

city. The people on the car did not \\'. T. Moore fireman! ; will!! rewvi i
; < i 'jrs. awl ; I
.I' !! v nidi} ; on I notre! that he was indisposed! until CAR STRIKE UNCHANGED. / The collision! ; :it-suited front a misunderstanding : TO MmncoMERV'!yEJim I.

i 'JI '\ oratfd Le asked a man who was smokingin of orders I ,

I front of him to move. The gen New Orleans Residents Still at Great .
-i ! tlemaa did so. and a few minutes later Disadvantage 'j I
ai! II t 11'c *-'wuITI SCHOONER
1 Is 11:a ri..I"r I! Mr, Jordon fell back dead. New Orleans. Oct. J.-Now Orleans: ____ CHARTEREDI, AMERICAN Jenusoii, colored, who was I t
d: 1" ,;.losira'u 1.1 continues to walk! or ride in ramsha. i arrested a few diys ago by Officer t {

.'. ..1araU': ', n r,' i SOUTHERN kle vva'ona from place! to ulace.Tiifie Special to The Daily News. CAPTURED Iujraliam was taken back to Montgomery I I. JI
was no morning change in the !
.r n ai tie: Columbus, Ga.,' Oct C.-Judge Butt j I I at noon today to stand trail !
d"'Jil-lltI\\ stiihtsiluation: The order of the --- I. I' I
I \ : \I IUJIll ass granted a charter to the Coweta !,
.. INTERSTATE FAIRSpecial mayor to the coK 'any to run Its carsat for highway robbery, it having been i
v' ha'I; 't
!.i i mi i u. A "grand' I Poser company, which is organized Seclal to The Daily News.
S which recalled '
a, i
m. was :
11* f.,'f.v<, tl.luhl! for the of developing the alleged that he, in company with >
puriiose New York Oct. 6.-One of Cuba'stinr
-- It S8 prevented violence: and pave: thepnhltl'
r!" in'iistun! reef (.f c. 1 Chattahoochee river for a distance of I i J
others robbed
two of
has a
revenue cutlers Abjono negro
,. leason to hope that a truce and I
1'n li'itoiiiO'' :: pa1-[ '! !.1': \ to The Daily News.Atlanta number of miles In the upper part i
towed into this, the American
''ariine'! \ ,'.< ., ::-i-j; .-,o.j rtoiimptioa of traffic were in sight. pon watch, chain an>.l money on an excursion j t I
i b.Or.I.dncsJay of Muscogee county.A
0. t. Chief of Po"oe Jimrnee, who had is-' 911.'htJ'Jt'' Champion! of Key W st. P.a! .
.I"d t 1 I. -Vt W.I4i mornitg. Oct. !10., the big gal .s series of dams will be built all which at ;. train .which wa just pullingout ; t
Flied orders to hm entlia! force to hold I was! captured Los AToyu':
i k fr 'I"1'1: -; Ito I Ir the! :Southern: Interstate fair! will ne themselves In readiness! to protect the the way to the Harris county line aniJquill' in the! western t u,1 ot the island says Montgomery)' for 1'ensacohi. 1 I I
'"ii1-:! '.! f i I' ..'.j h'o: kj' I number of manufacturing en-
thrown and at that time will begin I a Havana The Word.!
!I open cars of the comi-anv.' told today that a dispatch to Jemison signified a willingness !
a,1l l I h- "-I" M'aill-: : ) will he established to utilize i
; the greatest fair Atlanta has had tae withdrawal of the mayor's order teiprices The Champion had heat; :3"das :::
V.i i "i.-nfj .slow- II this cheap power. The river i is this morning to go back without I' :
since 1S95. : was bound for Ratai'ano, not
was entirely: justtfled! by conditions!
J ti.!! .h : ii' more said to have R fall of 1C(\ feet on the t
Darin; the past few weeks several hid had developed; after k was sent. moi> than a vet-k'a voyage d'!"tant. requisition papers. Deputy Sheritf ; : 'J 1
M -il :.1,.1 .';.. t were hare been busily -: land\ I'r:n'rl] >>y the company.It .
hundred workmen Reports of the cutting of street railway and when captured had only coveredhalf Young arrived this morning and '
rhr c : the i that! the ,
? ali.Rj the fair grounds, and 1- t' developmentot :
is believed!
engaged/ at and telephone wires were mimerj the chtawl': It a
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I" ]* t'_ ill\olllil j the fofrce will be iacreis- ; 11.! i"i uv'r on -;iI ii h a sipantic scale; ,, took the negro in charge./ / i I
i this
morning landed
j oils today. It wa reported that the cargo: was secrctiy at Arroyo : 'J
I' I'A".l.If> was I r .11', 'J: i,1 J" fo. ('I1l1ml.lthan! any Sheriff Waiter of
that the opening day everything 1 be Montgomery
.d. M> on ; Street Railways company as a measure Aboard the vessel is salt! to have cj
r i.l H.-II-.: : oftcer3: I I. wl bp in readiness and no fOXUillt'raing of protection would; make a m(1\1'' ;u l \ >I- '.il I: >'. ulopment in tile found tackle for latching turtle anita wrote Special Officer Sanders te pickup f t'' I. .
\ tL.: 1 11 I l-e" l stand t. i ,1' : i. ( it' .
will be MppriMuyd.Kv i iirlfont
\D. ) delays In the Tnited Staffs court today. Pre". large quantity of dynamite, \\-;ll"n'as
Whit UDUS,". I Jemison and hold dim until an I i.
the Southern Interstate a
ry year that Pearson says that if a rrceiv.- .- : \\ to have b n'used to dvstory two ) 1
Cook Ii i.' und, drum fair has been held In the city oillcer! could arrive Officer lu- f 1 t
... !Is appointed: the property of the coin'I ENDOWMENTS/ TO !large wrecked vessels near Arroyos. ;
l\;" in-' of the its popularity has increased with the pany will! wretked.. Tae weather These would have yielded a large return graham found the i erro.
/at.i'1'. .- of its kiwI who have II j
large number of persons continues fire: and cool. of brass and copper. Ii :
.vel t i !..IThe been visitorfrom (i'-orgia, and from I TRINITY COLLEGE The captured vessel is manned bv ]1

y i'I.: .,!, r. CIt nn i many! otht i si.uiard it is confidently STRIKERS ROCK TROOPS. I' negroes; from Nassau, all of whom a- THREE SAILORS i'

W'd- a (lllll. 'I b..';, vii by in.tiiana ement th'. i I -- now under guard on their vessel: at th>. y I

\ I war serenaded the ahlH1I.i..-, > l.a.111 add greatly to Sentries at Mt Carmel Pa., Fired Open Special to The Dally News arsenal In this! city

': at the temporary this iiopu'artv! Them. Raleigh. 'O. t. fi.-Tnn.ty colltgrwhich I TROUBLE
'.' the! post office de- has been i 11:1 I II IIij
Neither ntoy nor time Mt.CarmM.. Pa. Oct. 6-While a U') years ago, had only $30,00endowment ( :
.. ,t-tar general andcentral spared 1 by the! Uiioctoio of the association company of the Fourth regiment Infatitrv nhas fSov.ftiV; ,). The SHE DROWNEDIN I

gave an I in their attempts to make the tx- .......J' True...." I'natrnllirr" "'U" the T_**Mirh u,"" (',oal gifts to it this year aggregate $I-: > I .

: !'Le! band's men.WOMEN ;position this year everything: that :,; company's Righter colliery! early this j, nearly all from Wafchingto: Dule OATH TUBS; Three seamen from the Spanish I '

---oWi expected, acd !htf.t'l that their efforts morning three men armed with shotguns The investment of $S5f; >,000 I U said to steamship Leonora were arrested ij < !

-it; have not been in vain. were discovered hiding behind a be the largest In:1.: college in the I __ i ii
this afternoon for
selling liquors
lou close to the engine house. They south Atlantic states. This is the !

MANGLED BY nose made prisoners.! One told th-i statement made by president John C. i Special to The Daily News: without Hcer se. : 1

\WILL RULE colonel of the Fourth regiment that Kilzo One day in each year is observed :
Peo.ia, Ill. Oct"'C. Frank B. Townsend They are in the city jail. Arrests ij t 'f t .I\, J
The "Benefactors' day.
for boards. as
CAR WHEELSSpecial > released later. .... living at 1331 Hamilton bouk-: were made by special Officers Ray : 1
rn n'I"rf yard, a clerk in the general freight offices I' J
and .Sanders. I
About midnight crowd of nnknovn
I'.lily i ,
\VOUlDBEASSASSIN of the Iowa Central railway,

I I'c kr I':" uu-.i, -- men hurled rocks at the soldiers' camp.Sentries : went into the bath room at his home Tilt mST'I.I\'f.It'UUICI t:. :,. ; .
fired in the dirmion of th- I ,
\Voma-i'::'? 1 1-.aaurlit0n to The Daily News : yesterday to shampoo his h'!'ad. The 1 here is no need to be miserable if : 'I

\! Will:! UK| 'II Comer Ga, Ol'6 -John Floyd was place the rocks came from. Par: KILLEDSpecial room was cold and he disconnected tha I you keep your liver in good shape. t I
of the regiment searched" the woodsbut I
,n Square Card,-n. struck by a freight! train and instantly pipe used to carry off the poisonousgas scarcely any harm can come to your ki
IvillM Saturday niht. found no on<>. Colonel Rial! say __ I II from the instantaneous hea.ter.I I system if the I ver is kept active. t I'
r may look but no; the troops shot .to kill, as: he will not I !! The right! remedy at the right time .
few seconds he fell the
He a machinist! and had Within a to .
:. he wilt be rc'.e-! was goneto to The Daily News:
.e of.No I will!! 'f
allow! his men to made targets I: prove a great benefit to you.
Athens to have work !floor, overcome by gas.
some foundry
I" and woman will new mine! was: started up here Raleigh: Oct. f. -A white man, a ''lIKPATlCTRAHthat remedy. It i
is known when he I His wife rushed to hi!: assistance
lose. It not returned
t- police women a:: this morning. stranger went to the home of Rob is worth. using; ; because it will make
or how the accident occurred and she, too, was overcome. She fel I well. 'I
mon as ushers, woluohers. ert Suggs a fa: Inf'r. n- ar Snow Hill you
as the first known of the killing! was I IBo the bath tub filled! with water and Mr. L. A. Fraleigh! of Madison j. II
: : women a* Strike Amorg Wood Carvers. and shot three times at SURS.! :
when blood and pieces! of human flesh! was drowned.! Mr. Townsend was 1 I I Fla., Fays : I have had occasion to I
HI newsboys pellinc\ New York. Oct Whether the r.e-v intending asa.ssin: In trying to remain $
HKPATICl'RA several times :
were discovered on the railroad track discovered by a Arrant' and assistance! u=e v '
.' *. will be a feat carvings In the White House In Washington concealed missed his aim but Suggs and must say I like it better than t !'
and when, on investigation the mangled was called.! Tie woman was beyond: i I
women will! taI-p stall: be male by hand fir machmery : did better as a marksman, for he I any LIVER MKDICINE I ever ued. 'I
body of tho victim was found, it recovery, but last night tt. attending: \
which has been in has led to a strike here. A ran out in the yard with a shotgun It simply answers the purpose with

j ,.""n for several had been Morally; torn In pieces. firm In this: city received tire contract and, as the man turned to run, killed physicians! lay that Mr. Town n1 out any griping or sickening effect 'if'-I I
may rncov-r. and I can heartily recommend it as
Over for miuh woodwork to be used in tfii him. I
.' Sixty Years. The couple came to Peoria from Marsha'.ltown the BEST LIVER MEJJll'JsEIknowot. : ..t
vr*] after the
wo- White House
remodeling of the now i iBUDWEIiiER
all i ,
'. MRS. INFLOW'S SOOTHING SIBCP:! hat : Iowa, last May. Tha body Hold by druggists. ,j
h. id tn'ou\ ''.
\ In progress. In earvis:. both E nand Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived I
"" been used forever slay years by mlllloniol of Mr. Townsend will! be shipped! to ,
ats ago, its scope i b machine are used, th- man for criticism. It is the finest and purest \ i" j
while .
mothers for their children teething. Marshalltown! for interment. I
with perfect success It soothes the child, the better grad* of the work. Members vanilla extract that cm be bought. i.
n : be represented ani of the Wood raTand Modelers Once tried used. t. ,!
softens the gnnisallays all palncures1ll'Iu always Try one of our celebrated I J ,
,".H:i',. hands in aU!! se:' colic and Is the best remedy for iMarrhoea union say the firm Is prepared to NASAL CATARRH quickly yields: '
n. Felt
,' w :l n: be shown. It will relieve. Hold: the by poor UroxgUts little In sufferer every cart Immediately. turn out the bulk of the Wb'te! House JEWELER IN HIS to treatment by Ely's Cream Balm $ Mattresses. ; t':I. t

-'r- otibe world Tweoty-nve cents a bottleBe earring by machine. The hand carvers I I which is a-reeablyaromatic.: It is They never pack or groiv ';

wake up with a bad lug sore Syrup you'and ask for take"M no rs.other Wins-lo kiod.n't Booth- protested. Finally: they carrie i received through the nostrils I lumpy. Better than a hair : '

.<: ui ,nth, ;:0 at once to a their grievance to the union, and a I NEW STANDI I cleanses and heal the whole surface mattress! at half the price. Ii } '
ladies skirts and waist
I' d .. free of Cleaning I diffuses itself. A remedy :
: .t a sample strike ensued. A delegate has been over which it I I .
is one of our specialties (Star: Laun I Marstnn ft Qidna.Bl '
:- :stomach and Liver sent to Washington with: the view oi I I for nasal catarrh which Is dry- ,

(i1 ."- or two do es will dry. _. .._ __ the matter before the prcsident ; have moved my Jewelry j store to ing or exciting to the diseased: membrane -- '
w-l! They al-o cure bilK laying.! I 1120 South Palafox, formerly occupied I should P"* r." used. Cr ;
.ieadache and con*ti. by buying Balm i is recogiiizea: n apt:. i I :. t
Satreloney by Bassi] & Co., and am now Do want, -airniflcent watch
i you
drug;i5t5 and medicinePOIevrs furni- Price 50 cents at dru,gi"t., or by lu. '. I I
your OYSTERS I better prepared than ever to pi"'eI : for little momIf so, call on ,
ture Marston Quina's AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine I great bargains in diamonds,watches, A cold in the head immediately di-- Stephens, the jew ler. He will accommodate I! i i
Call and appears when cream balm is used. i i
jewelry, etc. and see me [ you."BUDWEISERT I
Kidney Cure Great Furniture Empo- let me convince Ely Brothers, 55 Warren street! New I
Try them. [ you. I
I today. .'
kcs >kidccys and bla&er right rium. SIC APOSTLE. J. I, STEPHENS i York ,- 1 I '

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UNION VETERAN LEGION. It is the right of e-.erychild -

A WARTIME I I P aren IS' to be well I born and to the a

+ parents it must look for "
Seventeenth National Encampmert to \
health andJt _
I ) .-4tf ADVENTURE B* Held In Cnicago.n if )
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_ i :!ira':"o, Oct 6.- The :! :V"I'i. '! happiness-

e.f tncamuaent! : of the l"l; '> O spon iD"ft i ig ceirahlygreat ; ;

[Original J f.aa i legion; will be held in t. G' the \ yn
Theodore Pearson t-ciped prisoner: is parents'

; of war hail lien Uuliiu all Jay In : .. ti.:s wiek. .n.lII- responsibility and how important that ... ) _
At the Sherman 'tons: t.ts: t't :. -
-' Itft the bli-od i
w .ods bt-sidt. the J.uji: river but II > ulLat SIt re no taint of disease is in

I ill. ilu-k of o. dll:1: -. coiimi-- !'tf! SPIAH the naticcal hfiiiquaners of t'ij : Q.Sa to be transmitted to the helpless child (nt.;;: -
will: be opened by Gnrr '. .
:on .
3:1+ ..n !hr lift his bole u:.ikr a log/ aiul ,, pitiable suffering and marking its little >> .
w.u Brown the national comman') -. sive and catarrh of the nose and throat, weak
mud his: way alons tin bank in a ifeohthea.terly sores eruptions o. t.
left and his staff. Tomeirow e\-n"1? I swellings: brittle bones white swelling and deformity.
ilir -cuon. Ile had i Volumes at tines, ol woman's happing ,
UI Liiiliy prison by nu-aua of a tunnel !ii 'r niserThi' 'lull sunken eye, there will be a rp- i-ton given t n. .- How can parents look upon such little sufferers- ant .. : -
I national ;f leers (>f the T'u.onet- .. for much into the wnr'P: .
company with a nuuilwr of cabers. a with: us dark circle, ilniost surely speaks themselves bringing so misery

4J ,-\\' days U'fore and was aiming! toriMcli i womanly' ill-health and its attendant an legion and La-lies' auxiliary. X ; any disease lurking in your system how can you cxpett \\.

tbo Union tkft :u Hamilton I suffering.Vith the dull eye goes usually of CLicaso. Delegates and alter's' healthy children ? Cleanse your own blood and build-> '.

w IJ
p! mt.ition. he ui:,il<> a cartful survey i miJiith, the shrunken form-the whole ;, thI adies' auxiliary will asst' *"- of life but have discharged a duty all parents owe to l..o;.: .:' beauty marred by the
: glory : |
of the premises and was about to pro- effects of disease I Wednesday morning in the Ma.;on.- mankind healthier and happier.

('I't'tlty the river margin when a young I Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures j temple drill: hall when furor K--i i There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-sraty! <: .

Gr ceful( VJomeD girl left the Louse hurried down to a the diea'it's'hicb undermine the health t on will deliver an address of web .;... troubles as S. S. S. It 'carclltst t

iioat unti-thrred It and seizins a pair an 1 mar the beauty of women. It establishes i and a response will be made by (" I poisons and removes every t.,.':t ':

A Desire for a Perfect Figure it Inseparable! : of O.ITS. rowed away from the shore. regularity dries weakening drains I era! Hrowne. The national en(" ".' and builds up the general lu ,i'ib: :

Irom a lore of the Beautiful. Tlie current Kin very strum she heals inflammation and ulceration and meat of the Union Veteran Ic 0r. '' are growing up around you. r.; ;1 : :

.I The scent of the \ .Mt or rose is n! puiK-cl diagonally: against It. She had cures female weakness. '! formally begin the business of it .. : I putting them on a course of S. > s '
as the lowly flowcis whose Sick women are invited to consult Dr. harmless in its cucvl-" .,' .
precious not piveu a do/on s-trokos before her nual session.To' a purely vegetable medicine
breath they are, and while the lives ol'as carried a.iln-t a sunken II';:. advice Pierce of l h y letter fret, ant so their obtain disease.the j I i! by both old and young without fear of any bad results ri
flowers brief and only enjoy a specialist upon
are we c. n
them for a day the beautiful woman gntt and the full force of the water fetrik- All correspondence is strictly private i 'Develop Coal Lands. l Write us about vt";tr case, and let our :>!usKians .: ;\ '

the pleasure of her fragrant to us as a lug it !'i.leIturnl", } it bottom ui>- and sacredly con! .lential. Address Dr.I I Chattanooga Oct. 6.-Capta'! ;. J This will cost you nothing, and we will al-o: sud otr'skin ,

jrmancnt blessiuxThe soft fragranceof w.ird. The gill was whirled rapidly R. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. !' from Topeka Kans.. have pnrchasi>i diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co.. AH..n.. <.a

a beautiful woman suggests) purity 1 awjy.AUh. "With pleasure send a few linn to let you | 1SOM acres {valuable coal lands lr. I!j. .
... know that I f r-1 better than for einht i iCumberland -I-
tealthamltleirance sheisthcnEnenietit: !; h Ll t-naLt Pearson was a
> :
; vrar- before taking vow medicine" write Mrs t, and Putnam counties thi Foley's Holt!>,. and Tar curt :. CHOICEST
of civilisation; an index algal 'l of good! I It "d s.-.miner: having ln'-n on prison ', i
u> Pif<* 1ie1-e of'12 w; -i Phila Street. York Pa state which will be extensively As- j coil and ;
,coughs and prevent> I'II"U- 1 1mania.
taste and an unerring h.ugof: f.-intil-tv. -Will recommend Dr Pierce medicine toe..ry
j ill t i"r mouths he would not have j jperun :
ritnteV.. A."I'
who mjv in'!wire a* to what it has donelor veloped. J i fI'\ -
BRADFIELD'Sl had the "' rl'DItJ"C'n! t-i attempt a me I vii troiiSlcl wilt! female w,-ikne-.s. D'Aleniberte S. Palafox.' i

n'''.u,' had he not rteeired in the last nnd twain: t + hailcontinut I the treatment prescribebv mi II i i n .
fnlllIl ffnMf
Female Regulator j few days a good; !supply' of salt pork I I d,>Ctor don t know what wonf.i\ have lircome. of The W )rst Foiin.MulMtude i i, M.diul! Society, AttcRTlon. ) nl1U LiJ: .; L
I nitVh.- trt,itnirnt commenci'd I Iweight
noir was my I
in nnruldtiuj the hm.r .Is in and tIn pone from some uearoesHowiur
; itnc p.nu1 = th"
+ : ws iwluildpttscnt it is i;>. are inirinjr prliopi! i There will to* a re-<'liar meeting nl i _
permits of no wrinkles, pa'c clu-cks ot i j thiin iy tie. !I""c r.inwii'ily I Ituwu Hivr hnlthi, i.' >i,'r and mv fnt-mls ray I lookwil of Kodol the new dieovery which Pfimeoia Meaic ; .\T--
I : .00 Society &i
'}. torturL-ilner\i-saudsinrH.-ics4- '>!' fibres. It is ; tu a p-niit 1"\\ the) girl where 'r'k -t thank to \.>u and mv bestwiKf i j" makmsr so many Sick} people well : t 1.
f ho Bard of H ltn
i ofitteomethuit t.M jr\'me tor me." i ; + o.o i; 14J APOSTIi
: 1
I 1\ature'srcntulr. Je may 111' world h.t-v l Iut short distance to and ik l .
clan.l call it Hxl1 > a I "Favorite Pr- riptjon '' makes weaki we people -tronsj by dfr! ?tinpr )' ;>.tn. TuesJu Oct. H.uidVi"ir'iBu 2 .
"j'M as ( ,
; : wjju to P .IIPI! li1 r :!> -Inili Kit in! IP what: they! alt, by cleansing anlt' ,
are .or'li&.ij
.j but the lujn-tTual organs will !i"l It deceived i I wmientn.nw.. sick women well. Acceptni puvsici&n-t i 14 East Gtr >:
aril plus' : il in :She laud! jr'.1..- i'id.-r! ., fir the medicine which sweetening time !stomach and byfransfortninfr inTiwd tc-attfn t s and peniianent injury m..v r, ,ut.! I't t'It. I
Try cur k-Ilator. Of all'iln! .s.'-ts ?i. I IOnrtieattse "!! 1 i I'. i'li;; the: Mutt! and I'.id! ) en"!:.<- i upin '! wors vc-ii'l-rs !I'lr 'H'akI'omen.. Ih"lr food into tht DR.W. C. J) !'WRJo'RY, '; Formerly Cortr| _
kind f red blond that
"Woman" ni.tlkd free, .! -* .1- 1* '.ir-Hm !I. :'t thp! ':11. I'.i'f"ii' : I>r. 1'.'-r.',::; PLv.sant! Pellets cleanse c pure rich .1T ?Jc: .t i '
make* feel good .ill ovf-r. Mr'JranfllliifTroy ->. O.1t -!" THE enAonao: RECULATOS co., ATLANTA, c A he "itiii 'i 'd In! .r she -.in1: ; ':1.i'1. I'-.u 1 the il-Kj.:cd system from accumulatedI you OR. L. ntM.: BL.KKI-K. fir.nSr.lrf
(I I. T.. write* : Forr.r.Uii -,, f.> $-J.I"l per dnz,'"
>n iivtil Ui'i! f..I"II\.I! iif i !ilId!It. fur iwpuriti. rr.'ar': .
I I I.4 "t > r of yearI was tttiuhbd ___ .
-. : r i''''illl''l! t-Pity -. I!-run'.II, til" 1.'I I witt lid lgr"tins end d.\ rf'p-i ,

I T1 i- I.A..t lirko, t. I I't-: .1: Ui;''l A 'in ;.in. \\it r. aiuli which i ari'W into tlif wor-t firt v.Finilly Hlct. r H"'II J1'\ .

A Lear rclutmu of iir late Baron I n.1 i i Lt! .i r e'.1.: 1'P! n, !:" -trDlilt IRP.IGATION CONCRE33. I w-t it (ft'I' d: to iiKoii\-,! I Iive I bt"ti authorized! to t-ifcf: I L $ J b U I It: ;. ;

Mn&fliiiu-i I'H ou th-- uutniiil side I f.r ', .1" -. ", hi":1 1.. i"> a i'-i".t lafi !Ij -- an I ufur u-n.jf f ur !b tt'e' I am en 'ub'ctlptinl- for Win. J-uninsj- u 'I'

lineally ilcspoi'di'il fllt'lIuu ias and I H,' t t..!iii s.- 'I'dy| rioni. "" I 11 funh-. Into Colorado tir-ly ciii.d. J uellrtl\'I".C'nmmend! Bryan'c -'Itie, Comm'-uer. ---
Delegates Pounrg; paler: .
If* f fI fr'appliira, was liking a |>.irty of friends i h':11d! ti"! ....11,1 l of <':il'-. awl III a few'I Kc d-il: to all -ulfr-r- fioni idiir'ttoti' .The price i is $1.CU per year in ad- KNIGHTS 05 jiYvane"
lUmt truing a dull litifT.ilo :u oue of Springs to At'end rnventcn. ant dy-p isia. I'ak" ;.1 doaf! -- -
1.1..1 -- a ll, ,It <"'III. 11"1:1) Ollt till1ir'.di. Thrice cJe-irin. the: 1131'1"1 ,
i O>i>!hao.! Sl .i.' ,. vi : Oct ti.-TFu-1 I nifalJt p, I.cul" INIItK. ;
twh'tt '
e the pi-eat tri' -s of C.iliforiu.i. (ii/ yi'U' e.'if i '
I : .. 'n.:. Ire <-zl: i:> 01 c ipant. s"c'i!ilia! jan hIlY" It .ent III them by "rndfn.
t d -Tluit frt.iry taes: likliho," re- 1'- ars'IlI -taiuliii': CMItlu- ui'r-.n-1-iun-)) :, tlnfJl/i8tIur.:. ;, i.>raion confess op*.icd Hargi P 1..fiU"C.Jnhn. I'fpard. M.OOfc) the undersigned.K. I mi-t ,

marked the mti.iLo knows at :2 clock tl.i- aittrnoon uudvrt' -idney l atll. Roc' ," '- 110. It: ,
: everything M. HE,
g:i-l.I pulltHl tw.'rd: : linn. \\ ;It"n tin' I

I i y I'AtM> many other im-ii. "Thebuff.ilo F I FI
l..lous to Unruiiiiiinnt fanI I fedenii.unifoi m. lie made! up' his mind j i Gf-ncral igniflcan e is lnt to the ('10. CURES WEAK MEN FREE. ."-'-- --' -;''- ..-;\-. ..; ''t- ",.t' \,:,,! ;',; :

I Ky, gals lour or fire stomachs and to a return to LiMiy.A i gres the y'ar through the fact that ,' f tt.", ...p

Aalks.n, hn. fs. it has no claws at all f-w natehes of word: explainedthe I the KTigdUun movement has been 'a 1 j Glti _' .." j.; I' .iJlJ 'Al'!"' I ." & H. Hor ri H tI

cud ((IUI.llltl more diiuU a tree than a suuuioa to the! Confederate and keu out ut the si :lire of merely a j I Iiiuie.Iji and a Happy Home I: v"! ; ;; 1"1Y.r: ': UI.c; .r" _
Jersey tiny to IVarnai that the others were to propaganda and get n a national fan-,, for Ml I'I ;t .,.".'\'t I .f 1 ."il'T: :

"\11 a p-neral iirrposition you are have met in the middle of the river. I I ponance through the action of they. .. rO: InJl'o'\!' C'UC.ESTER'! EI\f"L :: '

1 j right," said the story teller with prfoctly I The girl being late the man Lad conic last congress! in paving a bill authorizing alter How years any of man suffering may quickly fmin sea curtnim,islak->-lf!- ;J J '! r,'m48 ,'f1J"OU.! f.JD1'lt {"EHHYROYAL;: .Fillp"Q ":,

A unrnilU.l tnu-n.. "lint this ease on. lie begged I'earcon to fro to the the prtH e--, for the sale of the ', Df's, In-I vitality uiKht lo....... VKricucrlr.etc. \\J; .. ...._... ..'11. .11 9'I I i :!?.\RuI. .">- ?',nf'l ''i IIllt '
war quite cxi'i'itionaLVe were after ., and enlarge small weak orxitn1. to fm! '.; i r t "Uf.l i I .
II house for assistance. Pearson started state lands to be used for irrigation su and vigor. Simply send your name G tt flljt el' na ,r.rI T:1 I ,.fLi} .. Kl II. ....I i ib :
the btiffalu! with four of the most and for n moment was tempted to purposes. i j and ad,Ire's to Dr. Knapp Medical i o.. 1.::\1'' I....> ej- :' ui.
Alclous! dos; that I ever know. One I I Hull Ctiiidtii: !,'. Detroit. MK-I! and they j i *-* ,Aei.r"1... ... .* rb>". '"
take to the wrtod-i, but was itu-apabk' President Thomas F. Walsh of thsa i will Kindly tend rrO',- receipt witli ull.hrn- '. rJf r '
was a hoar: hound, one a scat dane, I tions so Unit anv man easily cur' < ,:-C C* f* 1( Itg.'I, ".
t of ;.:alun: ;; his fneddui by desertiu; a congress, a riv,'.1 I in the city yesterday may rK ..
IBIS Y f, 1, F lCa I Lr'" I."
one a ji-out'. or wolfhound and the I hinsif. b s ltI .
girl whose life was still in jeopardy and found! i \fn-thinsr in readiness :i rrun-! : Istl.lrn '" ,
st 'I i-
1J : r
other a m tt-wl bulldog. with jaws// In a few minutes the hon.seliold, wa- for t'o three Stays'c! "tovent'on. Dt-b- : from tilir! <1> ily uU'IIoltnwhal IIIHD think I ,. .
Eke: iron. of een''rus't },
wrought \\V11. they ; ;
aronwd, nut the girl was revived, cairie j sal.'- t.unr''d' i in by Pt cry train. and ; "1 ear f.TN-!':>-asH age p* my '!reere t IIUt1fl11hiriing Sprat '
the buffalo to l my' at the fix t of the I - p VI ,I tl H HI "l f C fE: {O'': "' :.
t Ms; tr f :1'111 ]irictl him "o blamed<< ain > our tT"A'm"1I1\ ih.'nniali t>'st .ml f JbJ' '
'li i.cXi ''iurnt hadubsidei' \. 1i!! h" TI!!.. most !lard .I Iy aJt:>nll.'11 evorht' heben,-lthasl.I f,'n < XTrnorilinary. It hasnnplf S& W > llll.. ... ?,< (' 1,0', C.d .
Lard that Injust hail to rlmili. That! i' 'lu. ."ufl'I'iIll; l.nUed aUnit I 1-.11I It.rtr.c : .' ..1y birr il nit- up i am Just It' I'jr".1 .
!' '
i'n-iii- 1Ira.rdr.tYhtbe'h
:.t IJ'i. nt! ern' :I'If LJ wn1 11
t was Lis only saI"lItit1It'w York u- a- wtifii a N.and <-a.mot
vur you If I I .
sti-'r. IKh.'d! ii- I '
Times 1'i"Ih,1.ln'ry ( : -- ',a" of ro' r.f; :i.nion: an'l ',: dial rt-ali/ !I"W IinuiJ '' '11." :* luVi. ;. !?! Ir.iii I- a..
i ne.ii- flU the |1'1:1 r '
0. :nt\! t-, I LI i. aj b% t!< % < unvi'tik I J
1 I1 seiirchir: l.iui and to ;'iy !iat < ap- hi-uiti: V.-r.'tartywIlatn"'d'd.! n ..IKI, i ... !'. k !lO13 : '. '.
AVlicre M'mnrn Slaym:\ Irny.Thtri1 I a Mrrtigtti ani' ; hiv .m"It'i; !> rtuimd < :r .ii i .n.
ta.n IVni'iiUon' 'd 1. ired t" U n!: Limlor i and enlartaltat: intirtl> atih- MIItltMo.,
iH jirafically' universal pro i 1 ."
S.UU'_ V.--: : lll.t't1; 1.0" .tM'lied.find faCI"rh.nirs"Gurswas\ .
: I I K"mn- 'I'I 1 ..rl<. w'
Llbltion iUMinst \\ '.Hit'U praying i'i Moliamnn"lau I Strike In Paper Box Factory. r..ct'lwdard hail 4t' 'n t : .
to t !ertaiu liiiii for th,- nii'lit.: I uo tioublfin making u-e of tin ric-ipt a; ,
cotintno. They ;\I'"' not nt Benin. Ort. i).-rnion men to then'tnt' .-- .--,-
directed Had truthfully it In II.KMI
I An h,'ur l.ii-'i- ail the had say
: admitted I beyond the thu..holcK' of the I warm re-j'I :! r of 2V: >. < milvfd by W. C. to went nn-n. 1 am !xr. atly improvtd III
turn" d .:r, niwteil that the nut: | Slue.btrength "nd vigor.:'
mosqno; !hut, on the oth r bnicl, the ci..i.l! not I be OIHIt!. i' U't i hi- & ('0.. papT box manufactnr- : All corrspotidcnct strictly conlidfiitml. J{ ( \ ( \ \ ) : '
f Koran dbttlwtiy oni'ournc<'.s woolen to j j pr>- of this city wert on strike today iiniilirt In plain, rale'ln\>'lnpf. 'in-" 0 0T\TL L ST1ND1KD B'll.liL i .1
iras In prhati. Some Hindoo inzrepation.s i Capi.ii'i' I'l-mbert'tu rl'll;aat"1; at the !! for an ta'reas'4 wage "rall>_ Offieiali! receipt is tfff fur (lie. akin and they nant Il 1 i i \ :i
eman to hale it.
/ ,
plailt.ltl'in. 1'aiiliu; : ti.e: eA 'iniiir: Ie
( dray! tln I priilew of III.IUT to of th. d"J'! that :'";1
their women Aiutiu' the beard U.-, I.arkltJ.f a bloodhunnd.' l' .1' m eni'loje'of 8 Vms Old ia Cases cf 4 Full!) Quarts, at S3 20 crI : :
I' "Some j"" r d.,vil! !i- in h.nd; luck.: \' th t or,ipa-:y have quite work bu i i ifNRUdti I'IUt11; M'II .Hn 1g r
Aluu. a rate "' 111'1..1| to be tli.alK -
the fi<> <>f tl' )n> tilt -
he Slitl. "fliat do.:; Las caught; tl.scent. .- < I''lny say
rlgines of Japan women are nit p.rtnittcd I FolIHwill itne chfoul" .r u.overumt'l <
." onh tbr union nun and a fTv gins' : fl WHISKKVi-dHtill.'d: : ,
to pray or offt-r sac-rillce t-s; opt steamer Fr net Till
About in o'duJ! !,,;; Blair! having: ha\".. dent{ I k. : ( t \'.. I-i-tilU-ry, and l- fully Itluhl'; : ,
la rare rasos ns tinckputifs.. of thoirLusbamN. I i I which THE NEWS print fir I.I! ,
I : 'I! f hottliutr.! it absolutely UKr I : ,
her loverlurtiM ,
I'n iI''y i. '.It\'I..I.
The jeunflt of the merchant- .,n -I.' .
ra ou for this
; .
pru'I h- .. To Build Large: Iron Furnace. i ii t .11'1 quality. by anyVhikiy. "t ti i
I ou 11 irn to his .mllumlThl.! i thean .
.beir to :1. \ i .
goods t
tice is that the Ainu woimni :II: \ II. ,ttr where produced 'I LP' ,,\
t <::1l : Chattanooga. .enn.. Oct. 6.-A "
: u.-ted on v.iyins adieu at the i tract '
suppomtl tu POSM--S ! old when bottled :u.d!, .
l fore thir pravorwoulil he i dn..r uid tame dowuMairs with him I of land just outside of the city limits. .PBVt", 1"I'n'scoll1 ........ ........ u xl' )li'; ut !ithe ,
tuts (quality
) any ; cii -ar.t--t wI
i i : ltarraneaL. ..... . ,. !
1 into the hall.; At the i-aui' moment \| at the base of Lookout mountain has 08V'5 1 .
ling.vailing.! Ainoiu- natirtsof > [ I 1. tiki t at that Aa ht > .
1, o ;Helves I'icki'ns ..... .. .... price. \ -
I Ba8i'.r wmiicn err peniMttcil to 'Iacl-I the trout was thrown OIM'II. and Ien purchased by representatives jf ufo V"S liHrranoimArrives ... .. ....... '1 I'- ..:Rely! puietiniulant, tlirn-l i- .
the: : the Alabama Steel and (t.f..s i'11" iUOta.. .. ...... .
at t-ntiuiicv, Burroundcd bj a unard Wire dill caecontaining urnk! .
fart only tthe 1" '''-.'I'* of e, iJ. a t companv Barranca 11:1111111 ," I no w
of intrmiiry ; : .:j i-r. only men areKrinittil of L'ullf..II'ut", stood tie! man who i I upon which a large iron furnace w'Ii i' aakf. a trip to Fort Mcltf
f a,1'.r.! I had! saved Mi>s Rlair's life. |! he built at once. It is thought a sfM' l ai'.cas.Barrancas .. .' wt-key: inut -:lI -fit.d Will' : .
10 -
prjvwx dinlyto '
.. ........ I .
Jesvt b
I it .z tl.ranie
F tli,' Supn !'I,- !: 'il irbrn :-'. May we keep this man h-'re over ]! m.i.; n-ill b? built lafer. E. :.eaves, I1ickn .. .. I' u Se-- I r' : (u'urn : at "UI fxj.-

--- nisihtVed; the leader. "lie is an Schwab brother: of Charles M.. Is In.tensted :.t+av' P"A'aeola ; I II i ., t a !Ii i refunded..
.. .\ :'i uld .
$ That F'atIrd.Tom >:avl'h.It"n- I iiUerM bn .HT"l. ..1! <
esc-aiM-d Libby pri-omr. : in the drat, .\rnarrancAS S.:,i p. m. ar i II.. EIGHT "EARS OLD I 'It :'. t.eY.l''t' Wi'" hiuiie> ..rd, L l b t tiiiuicy '
(tiain l.MWould. you II e sorry Miss Blair was about to enter aprotest rip to :Meli.-e and turn. Fes' t
i j i'I i' u .ld"T. 1i'P rdr tu I fJ
t'') bear ihat I am going to worry I when her lovertopped htr."Ci BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. \Vedue-d4y.iudSatiir, 1 ; t.
}" L'aytb ? 1! l ioat will' leave Rarranca- vi,'J'ick'n J.. TAMDA J : ...k "I' any ihtiehant! in Pei -'tru1 l I.
rtalnly he said, then to Tear-
j Mrs. Minerv.ihmith, of Danville for Pensacola at 6:30 in'
1 p.
JIayine-Inilwd I should. son. "I :is
Tom-\\'It\.i owe you, this is a very painful lUet.'t-1 111., write"I hat bronchia- for The General French i* fur arnnurpose S. A. FRIEDMAN.tji'hE .
) ouly and out-id unit
t ilayme--Fi cause 1 really like Edrtlt.i In;" I twenty vp'rand never got relief any
until! I u=oi1 Knly's Hop"y and Tar 'une a pas from the quarteraia-tet
i -Chtmgorw: +. Pearson, was taken to one of the out P PEN.-AC, .
) which is n sure cure.:' Cantata; noopiatts. 3 take passage o i her. O"RIETR. \ j

i'Ti houses and the plantation gradually I W. A. Ii'Aleuburtc, Iii H. M __ __.___ _
i There art- two $i lt-s to every" quest quieted down.At I'aLifox. Wiii.7E'lI' O HOX 41$. 3ii: I l'li! '

tint and it's sHritrisinir how much midnight; Pearson heard a voice ... /

there 1to the other side when yoc say to his. guard: "Take jour blanketto I} n..tI'tJ Power. A A FRICnMAN. -- ----

hear it fairly! pn'sl'utl'tilkblsoa I IGilltae. that gallery and ,o to Mi-ep Ill :t! Doctors toll us in these days i r pi-rtn tl iY fjSf\ /ti'lJidle '.very clii-- of I. ,

I stand watch for you awhile." A few and toxins that the thin that .' in'nu : -. : .-... hllk! ..r b iiMt.1 whul'n! rttu':

-------- minutes Liter (' q.tam l'isUns 1..11 '," fi' \ 'i-' way down.

A DOZEN 1IVE5: A NWH r. through n window! beckoned! to the 1pri".III | Of the! piltl.'llt. >-"'tH. ;11. u! ,illl ,\ '.III' 'i AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST CtPlumber :

I :' to follow him. )'.,dolt --- -- -
Ferry.j ; j -i! 1.)' a ciic"'oiis; ; iiiit'in order to l-t- !ii'-it: 'ulatdl.i'i i ;ip.I .iliar p--.i;

auiid! tkf ;guard he lul I Un.i totheuiariii Kf.rl'is: md j-t -I..K": ''f .->!'''{'I)t.I.! '.;,
kidney and ol I idd-r uhle{ for
tr veiraniit -, r rY
hti-ime of lilt ri\'<'r. :L.In" t 1.! eith. I i- :.i ..', :.1.\ j-: l, WI CITE & CO.
i : -" bad that I wuohli -
::J i ,ed to ..t ti"- at lr'n-t '> doz-1 "'i hi re i> uiy heat" I..' 111 It.ou !.alt: i I'." I ..t <. '!11:. t

s I time: ni.'ht. f nverrec.vidany l :; \\l! ftinl jirni-iiii-i f'I' a \\etk: sty;*h il.v! '.1',- :iiiii sink iiiii'-i' it ill -: ,,' .

1' rn1lt.t; t't ht'lIdlt fr..mtny tnpti-1 I Hire i is mv uniform co I. li'Ih tineo .'I!' tin' I". r iiur-in- 1 lit -I'ii): pin Ii. i ( .

cine until 1 tried "..It'\| '* Kidney' >' 'i ouvht to be jiUli- to mat. >")11, way is .1:1: in.!: .ii'tial! : :i'tfi.r.; n-:, :i m.n\ Gas and] Steam FH' \ \1 .

; ee Cure. \fr..r n-In; two bottle*. I am !I to tin- T'! fit t b,low. It juu are pr-: '.- tine to d.-i i irii'nl! nur.s"-:!ith i- t-i e.
g I cured." \\'. .\. I)' \ l / i f
ro 1"mberte,121 S. tak"-it. M,:i I fur me! at oue. I prefer: frail lt,..kii; :: I'.Itir'It t"I1" t'.l'c'u I
I'alafoxtreet.. No. 5 Scuth Palafos Street
I, to be shut! tar this i.ither than that you .- lo'iU-t! 'I'I: 'lld liit'i I : .
r '-" _. All Kind. PLn" Ua Fittiuil- Matcrtai h i '
)bing 301." ; : ,
If I should iro back to Libbj.Piaron ". ens nn only ajl: the "rt'<".*'il. .
,yon want: a nice! pre-ent to give pow ... .. "' ... .. ,
to n friend iro and look ttirnntrii .ho tritd! to "'i': ak. but could "1'." Tli-y ran lien t.ik-its play It .h 'A

rr elegant: line of suft'tble article atref' only mutter incoherent thanks. dt-ti-rmii- In tlx' end life! or de.i. in -- '
1 J. I. htephenyou ureh can fled ".\III hero is a note lOr thanks from every els8'nl1l"hmrri'an.. i Preserving

something to please: you. If you. the! dear girt whom you :saved: for me," '' -

want anytniiii. 1:1 the Di.unoad iiut- ii.11 .1! {I'liulnrton. IP I :alurni :Anxiety. ,

a b'> care to see hIm before VHU btr.tLi Mother -AND- A. I\J dR .A V e ySI'
:n- .n ti.ok the note thrust it into regard approaching wi.: .

:tti h'- ; .t. i, t. the captain to-sii% his coat ;In tf>r wi'h uneasinfis:;, children '...

.in II.- boat as! the .ther pu-hcd off..ill 1 colJ ;o to.,-llv.: Nodi'pa'p *.n.rr rv Picklingto ', E""H: II AcIRv e \\.t.o. Fi: ,

KIDNEY D1SAS5 nu'ht! The fugitive pulled down ther. little liv... thin croup ft's ar K i- !

." I' ii.d: in the morning lied up for' *o sudden that the *uirpr"r I' ..f er. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

? --.-.---; ... ___ I t'd beyond humanlid before thetor the anxious h..uewlfe means the
re-t ; a good breakfast which he ; '
arrive- .
i Such |
ca-fsyipj -
t, art most foul ol ill dh. f.niiiil in has: 1rl1I'r.ft r reading the One Minute l>urh f'ttro. reap L1 fle-t" range heating ju-t nht.! lou can: HARDWARE

C F t I&CI rL!: i 1.1"! .> of the lady he had saved bei the mucu-, allay- ihrntnati remove count on gas: every time-coil 5"m". ,

J w i it .si Captain I'embcrton's coat and dau;ri r. Abolntpy| VetsiniiCfdittfly. times. Why not use :?aWe take '!

I 'i KISiEY CUlt i Is I. .. .nu..d his journey. He was stop- Cure, couch old,;. ..leasure in showing about our i Iron Nil-! Axu, hovf I-. :-.IW Mill :and "tteaulh it

FOl e. !I'. .I I-e\eral times but the uniform' grip bronchiti. all! throat lung; methods and i -upplie-!. "o-ikiu, and HeatinMOV *-, Paint. Oil-

i !; I cI Clm;t; iWS3tj 't d I him When near Newport News froublp. F. :>. Mt M IhOI1. up ton" prices, knowing full Window GI. -s. (iun-, PHtuli and; FI-hin{ Tac-kk
well that we have really the bc=t'
Oa. : "A bad cold rendere v<>ic,
i3 t )1i h. tt ipii.ked up by a United States; sate and Tinware ana Honsefiirnishin :; (; .;011.< ..
1..11. jut before an ')ftt"j.i ontp-t. fuel to be had-the neare' t perfec] :'
of tdunc d. Containrrcmtdltj ":11' 1.t.
money I iifoiiJt-d t<> wif'dr .jt to---- -
\ ..afterward Lieutenant (then Ole Minute don that human ingenuity !.a; ae- J t, ,1 'AGRNiFOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL CfM't! .7
L ; rtccjnlusl sv Jou/riCtr (: recrtor..1my j
ten t'. (1. Peirson in Wa.-hiiiirton vised. Cell, write, telehone-Iplck '
ii mot voief in tliyi to TM tnpdal. Revere Gant'tltcltod: Belting, Northampton Kr /

.q j cent physidtni is t;o sxstKicfosy kstl f I t': :nil! who Ils..i"ttOfI him to escajK\ H irjii' I'hartn i"v. J"i ht-ppar answer either way.Penmola. Wh"t-l l C,>.. Liftiu & Rind Powder Co.. John- "- K iionune !-

( and Blaiiir! tJ'OlJbl. p, 'r"1 was one of the principal| Sidney K Jlrt.! Iron King and Back Stores and R..vgfoWI!-

judges while Petnberton reproent CCIUP* A Lo.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather. 'hurybd -
PPUC11 ..... MIA a1x, ---- Gas CO
( d his state in Mn 1I.T.TEB iN r E R f V f j Railroad: Colors.
W. D'ALEMBEPTE. I I ..---.'-- ... )
fi't' \\.\ r.\Y Cn.fl'T.r.V.I -- -,. Pcnsacola, f'ITHE i.
I j I "'e mtoM ",'airggia!'. :,., wmrl 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Permecla, Fla. i Masonic Temple

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II I I I I The Mysterious Key BOXERS: RALLY TO 510 ,1... I I r.;,'

II I Ia I ; ;

I n aITH i iU..n. Loul.B.V13EERS Ir t

I Original::; ] : >a .N'. w Sl I hi(HJ 1..u .
I ; ..
: was spending su .e i at an Atlantlc '
The Highest Priced but the fcajf
I seacoast r, .crt-I would l rather Quality. i

i not name it-and was one Cay stand- I! Chinese: Amazon Leads Them SOLD EVERYWHERE. ;, fl'1
1 e
II ins on the beach iauking at tUe: bathers : I -
to Eutilc.

,>,'wlr f t, n I when I saw a bathing; master run fOI'I, i i Viceroy of Nankin Dead Murston $ (}iiini have :i I I j.O j.
the water, mull in und swim frum the Shar.chai.;
M thore. .\ wovun hail swum out far !! TOWN OF CHFZNG: FU ATTACKED. \lff-rjy! I. Xanl-.n. ,.:,'a tJa !> >nevertvice LrcswrsandI

I beyond LIT depth and was been to go j i tin Kun Yi and Clung Chi Tung, he. I U "ash Stands: very cheap. ;I II f k

i down.hl': was brought ashore In uu Sanguinary: Fights Occur In Streets, t\\eon them, ruled the Yeng TsE''a.II..y \Just in? thing to go with I i' {
unconscious coudition, havin.:: sunk | for .
many years They
Cut Imperial Force Finally Put the wore regai { I Iron Bfds. j
twice before the man reached her. 1 I the i
j tfis amone: most enlightened! men
l Ju as>{ihted in her restoration; i't'rsistfng' Bcxcrs to Rout-Hundreds of Native I in the Chinese. empire and were faoraMy t I'I. I I

utter others had given her and 1 I
up Christians Reported Killed. \ d'f.Msd' toward fo.eigner.They ;; i (v=GOLA=e>} : I
-. I rou:slit her back to consciousness. I ;
---- did everything in their power n
While working over Lur I noticed II Victoria B. C., Oct. G.-Advices have
prevent the Boxer outbreaks.
,7 : Lla '.a
Si' Grist end Corn Meal Mills : '
around her
r neck a gold chain to been t
k'y.1 received from China of the in- I Kun Yi was about C4 years of age.
was attached a singular: looking I IIlir '
tint net after opening her eyes crease of boxerisru in Sze Chuca and N. F. :304lZflIiE2: A CO., Prop i, t : f
) Chi Li. Kit Carson's Daughter Dead. I ;. a
; w.::* to grasp the key. I Mancr&ctcrertUUOlCMMKAljANI i
Th7jz2/ In Sze Chuen the Boxers, 10.000 East I as Vegas. N. M.. Oct. 6 -:'>fr!,
: I M nt to her rooms at her hotelto ) ITKKUUOL'Nn
Ic.irii of lu-r condition and was in- I strong, attacked Cheng Tu. the provincial Josie Carson Squids! Netter known a* STOCK KKK11.Pfttron i: J I" : s sI

-{ \ii.d up to her i :irior. She was lying; I capital and there were some sanguinary Josie (Carson daughter! of Kit Car :", Home Industry, (or there Ii ;I t

1 f r.a on a IutiCe. >ed in a becoming fights in the st: ets. Thu son the noted scout and Indian fiehr- every repeal you -tculd bur oar Mial and; !! j
1 I Boxers: : were held in du-ck by imperial I; er is i! dead at the Territorial insane Stock F end (rem tbs Hump Mnnafuctorer t
She had
iinH'iiiiii! : u .t\ n. not yet passed I for by so doing you encoaraKv bomb Indoor I. : r,
( 4 1 I' 'ii n" iilnli- ace:: though she was near forces and a report being proclaimed psylum. Shy: was admitted from Raton try. Yer.r mcBe> j left In th* community J .
I t8tS. toil yoc In tern sr<- mdln-jtiy! benefited.' 1'
'd u. Her face Warather interesting.h.n I that reinforcements were COtIl.Ing in In fostering tbe :some; mp..ufKetnrer you : ) {

;: void Tumors Cured. *. I b iititul. for the garrison, the Boxers fl.1 I I ;,1 :ontrln.ito! th- eaasrof :hor. Son ow. I
:> I ut toLIsCJ&EDLLZtl.luwhlhtou live and i +
"I siijijiu-e: I must thank you for '! from Cheng Tu and1I'ampl' at Shut atltoDGo'rtbnta'tovnu-- ,uui'onr f I

brinuiiiK! : nit- back to life," she said, '; Pantnan, where earthworks had lJe.mI I 6 i I-, :

tt ; ; case of Fibroid( Tumor, "tlutu,L I would be more .....nh.fulbutl thrown up. I :i 11 I't f 'i

: jtu let III!' (!ie.." The Boxers of Sze Chuen are 1,''1 TLU ri' Ii on *'7iy hox < f lb.. r. ..'-.. : :.."::.: .. ... PAUU.R'S !
d! the skill of Boston doctors. I } HAIR BALSAM
: I t You have exporiem-i-d: a great troublc. Liado I .. t I
I by a woman Kuan Yin. who is >Laxative< : Q/orco-Quininc ,..;.% <'1,,=.. -I V... .:". tue bare t I'' ;

of Boston :Mass. in ." I said.! "When we !suffer we alleged to be OUP of three sisters who the itrut:Jy that casa o coil; I la one 623, ..-..-.i.-.;. .f.d. I'/.cr n :n I'a.'io- HIMi ji>> '.,re raak.try t i t .1 If 1: t!

v tuink there i* no more happiness In I Istore were arrested at Tien Tain tlurin:; !i .-I...!....'"icy't"s ti ff'nur tos. n.1 ..c--hful... Jt l.iri. Color.1';"".f. I I If' I !tI
for us \\'hen we CVMMto suffer, !Iw the reblllon of HMO.!, it h.Mng said thai We will L;uuxt:-r your spreads fo. I tf.-'l .>.. I. .' a.Kl.tW22JUKL.Y Jh, t-tI '
letter tells how she :, Ifj i-etifi Oat h and inukn them U-OB I -- I I
; was \ forget that we have been luiserable. j they were Vie Boxer goddtsses.: Letters like uw. star Laundry.0T0.ltn !'j t i,
i is ,
from Prince Tuan rung Luan and ... 'h I ;
;' everything: else failed, byPinkham's lie pat li-r hand to her l IHKOUI as If I'' other Boxer leaders were found in tlulr: / -- -- -e i L9CIILDULJ i'.
.. : .
she i
to a i> ore herself that something
possession) This woman who :- "X. FOR STEA D17lJlOiI'UrSACOLA .
L' Vegetable Compound. onrrifd there had not teen lost. / T-
I described by Chinese papers as boi;:: ; t "
: !,, "e i
"Y handsome, had attracted 10wO Cost i.- I
: i I I.I.tter'pl'alil;; to 3Ir<. IMnlvliaiii for Help : eye on it while we were working I f': ";r. -- --, 1t.-lILW.\Y COJ1PANV. ;
standard.The .. \
tT; ?.
i f'"i'
i' -.1,11\1"-1: haw l*'ell under Huston! dnrtnr4'treat! I with you and saw you prasp it the moment I Chung Iiang correspondent" o: I /1 t{Qt' \'.. ,'" r; "' ', 'r''ulna lease 1"IIUt10 for the Little I y aB.souBlgItayoa.Warr.agtonNavyland
\\iihniit J: :any! relief. They tt-11 im- I haw a fibroid you revived the North China News, says: I t W- ".'" "uw jU..;*:.Z VH,-.keJ&fc1Malariai -.- : i i )
I -' 1 and Fort Barran at ,
It occunvd to aie to make an attempt '' '!l' :
ill-nil, \vithnut and th- extends .. .
great pain, ; S)1; 'ukss "Sne is the most rein I ""
powerful '
to thaw this wuiiiaii out of her melancholy. .. -'l.; < I" 'j I'
: VI''R ; at'a.m.arrlvaatFort 1 1K'jo Barrancaa 7:10..11I i :
i : Mfins-do\\n luinslMith 1 bark and front. Jly ab- chief in Sze C'hncn.! "
1 ,-[It.-ut two luonths ut the resort I E ..4Sjlft r# I : a.m.arrive at Fort Harraccai 1 IIJ.tII./r
,d II I li.t\e had: lln\vins sjn-lls for thn't' \cirs. My up- i her constantly ou the It fs estimated that 1.5M native \ ....... 1,," ,-, .. loop.m.arrlnatlo'ortHarra.a'li 5pia j f
:J.J. : : 8:80 m. arrive at tort Barrancas 4:15
\\alkiirUM feet fur of time. \ p. Pili'
1 1i inn > >niny any length I'
Christians have been killed in th':* 1
beach and being with her in sailing i (A WLte COldl; '.) .1 el5p.marrveatI'ortBsrraacaa 7aopin ,
l-'ilirniil Tumor in little hook
''t jrivcn your ac- and other amusements. I succeeded province. In Chi U the Losers RIsetKtly The be>l >1" "" r/:" : ;-- :or 'eaopm.arrrveatFortRarrancat 8Up.m I J
parties "
.' \\Titt'lO fur \lI\' Mrs. Trams lebva Kurt>> Barrancai tar heniaooiaat
< IM-, -,0 \,1111' : l'I'-\ ijjned) .
mornir.r: t
in restoring her to u normal drilling' every hero and i ;;
r. j ',.',11, \ :--t., doxllUry: ) h ,stun, M.I.SX.itc k I' J t
I (condition but in doing HO I last my daylight, even la the vicinity of tli- Fevers 7'YPhc1d r
7:1 a.m.l\rl"e at rvneaecl .. :OO... u r I
\. the result of Airs. Pinkham's advice-although h'Mit. capital.! Colds., I )11:\'Op. m. arrive at PenbacoU. -.11:45 p,m i '
r 2ou p. m. arrive at ensaoola.__ tM pal>> :
the I asked' I
well remember
,: I evening \ I !
she adxised Airs. Hayes, of Boston, to take / 5:110 p m arrive at 1"80@1Io001"Ot.} p re
bo wile. We A Sauil Tree u{ -j.II. / ._..... 1 !
her tJ my were sitting. I i 7:0u p. m. arrive at KentBcou rat: p. 1
her muiiune which she knew would: help her veranda overlooking the beach: We are nccustotued to regard sand as 8:45 p. m. arrive l'enu.colL- II. j J
,, on a =------------"- i. :
her kt h, contained a mass of additional instructs and the WII tt'r. The wind Lad been utterly barren but the Plants native, to i eatar
and had dieddown. the wait sands of Prussia;: Lave bun FARE FOR WEEK: : DATS.I'ens j
offshore! now
lion ai. treatment all of which helped to bring i i
The swells were coming In sluggKhly. ; enumerated l by naturalists whoMMi- I co'.a to Fort Narrallus and! return 16Pensacola .1 i I .
Ili result. with vary from 171; to 12.a curb tus. to Navy Yard: and return_ ito I
ah.'i.t! : hippy 1 always Liken: the ocean In If You leaveRheumatism I'eDsacoU to Palmetto Knaai and recrlllOt I
of the most available! tithe
I Of these oae
> :\'I-!! N.niriinii1 a..;' > I \viulito t else dcscrib- ,, this eondition to a lion heating the SC.NDAT tlHKOUDB
Arundo nrcii.irin unarm( : ItiI. nI! iclithrives ,, .... ,. 1 '
Kindwith his hull."Thruath ==-"" ""A"
s -h' ,I join ;till, :b I-. \ mi ii-plini<< and II fullowediiiiiv. : \\ ,i.n witlicr pvrmitK the running 0 : 2 '
i' sli! ,','r kindne.-is 1 said "I i! only in --iiul: and in the alt air '.. OOUCilCS.L.eav t .
;and to-il.iy I am ;a! \\i-ll \\ : 0i'| 1 f
I Mliu' i;. rinkliainVrs't.ibH' ( '".inpo vii t entirely has,' tried td bring! you to a more j of the leach. This in time series to feniaco, Ly Far' IIsrrr.nol' ; I I !
soil fur ga.m. 10 iI. m.
lUc plants. ij
,Ufiijihciifd;, my \\ holev>lem. I can walk healthful frame in' IIlillll.OW I wlhi prepare 111. m. ii m l 1
i! to see you h.ijipy! that you may make tTJ>J.I1 U.'li' ->!VPj" f-'j:: ;.,!;"""!7\. 1 pm. tp.m, 1 tt i

I I i r {1ltam's1..h1<' ('nni]>t uai ,
suddui for "I I'i'.u't UIKI r-1.. ''I'11111'' dislike for U"3f\S"-L f-U'i, rstd ( iiliformn I inm, t i J
clutching {
-. all \\1'1111'11 who ;uv ;trtii-t.-d \\ iituiuurs\ or II-T rl ply was u p CB. 1' ,
I Kc-medy will cure
Mi1*. Neju'.xff. said Mr toocart.hi: 6 TH ( ,
p. ;
l.iiul tiK; -i\t'\i it f.iiiliful: II iIl." (Signed) Miw.I'nv th.' key. flitHt.t'r iiI", cures Luer. Kidnt-v ant \ ID.:.. r. !D. I. I
bavins a 111\- '. yuiot hums loving wo- disaasee, rau..1 by an \:1'-: ens of
"Ti'll I s.iH"I! Irive
I "- (; ::0-1., < IiH\1: : 'UFL' Hu-lun: *. me; I uric ai ;,1 I It u''Ve1 (ml: and uilds upI FAR FO DHBATcenito&l '. i !
1'on11lh'nl'ehat is the mystery mall I the health and trergta uiiilv Ism!! it. to or: liarraaut Nn .
'I I', '. Micli to,lill\ll1lr-Clrfa1.o;: wife. Tt' : and I i
rItinuhltotpurrba bis aafl
::: ; of thi keyV" "Think sot" repliid Find ttamp for bo,)k ol wonderful err return M I i
i health and lia 'in '> "hii'll i'inl.liaiifs I, bottle. For tale P cioola to Palmetto ieteli aid r J
K Ljdi.i 1
< > os
I | | : "Yes. She certainly appears to le a tificates Prlie. | per
she "and shall _________
t ':- < ..lIl'l/luhllrtluP'ht to :Airs. Ha>ks. "Listen replied, : you by druiJEi ts. If your ilrungl'-t ran nut i tnrn. Ut ,
: know."I busy little body. I Bupi-ly. ><>u It will t-o nt pnpaU upon No freight 6ivAd attar B:1S p. m. i
,in'iv I shouM I IK- .1<'1' 1'11'11 1 1'V all \\tiinon as convincing :1 III n married woman. Words can "You'veot the 'littleIn the wrong' $ receipt oi prici. Ad4r.-sL'ricsGlCliencaCc.LosAngeeslCa i t

\m. i H\ J.\ I1ia I:' riiikhaiuS ;'.'::ililo ('ni:iplund stand) never exprt ss all I have endured from IJl ce."-rUladelinia! Press. !, I __ i.I i.c i. i

"' <1" i I 1".1 i nn-ily I'm- all tIP! Ilt.il7: --III' ills nf wmncii ; all my hu.kuid.! Alt, r a lung; course of ins :

t f; 'mi, '!> > ; tuiin'is ; iniliiiiiin.itinns! ; niiriatinn/ f.iliing! !and dis- brutality he left me. Bl'l'lIrl'lIuiu/i1J To Aci'oMMoit.VfE: tlioe;: who :.artI or i The Beer I 1

", ut III! \\11111"! ; t',u-ka''Ih- ; irri', Mijijin-sscd (ir \mint'ulii. ', he hung this key nl..ut! my hrrk'yin; h I partial to the up of atomizer in nip.: i I I.. N. Brnmwi 2 & Cr.. New rrlean: lu''I

I. :" ll"'Ith: : -' viliiiur l and| t-1-har.utcr tut' testimonial li't-l 111" w-itiK.: 'I iin ;Sin;: to !I", n wandiT- | plying: liquid; into the nasal pa That

l.iiv! |>iiiitinx jilt t In-in \"|uin-is! l nll\ leave no rOl'IU f..r doubt. er ::'iid n.-iy urI n I turn. 1 give you I j sages for riilm-i'luil (r'/1It1""II. the pro.. I Distributing Agents. : @ F FI "

1 ,, 'v. at bier ,ii.u\v :!.idli"', \\ ill gladly ans\\or! any letters 1 one i-i'.inei1: for happiness. If y-iu emu: I i praetors prepare Cream Il-ihn. Price''I k 1 1I IRdriu; I :

,:tIt:1:I iiiiv \\ E11'! fi.r fulii t r i'ltiirinaticii alnuit' her illness. 1 pod hc 1.1t-l that the key tits, yon will I im'ludiiig the spraying tube i* 75ct, ANN i.l !
Iru !-.ts or by mail. The liquid I I j'
.' '11'>. l'ilhh! 1111 and\ Lyrliu I:. Pinkham's'.egetablo i i Swim soii'tthing that! may pr<"'>' of I I Iembixjies the medicinal propeitii", I ,'_ I II' j'I

t -, "" p-IHMlf ail! 1 lliMiif.-li: that she tlliilk-) tlollltlu is tOO !! great iniportane. > on.' lie believidi lof the ;:olid preparation. Cretin; : 1 I I

t uc; in l""In fur hi-r health and )hii: !l'l'i"I'"S.i i that I could! ner tnid it and w-nd: B.ilm; B quickly absorbed by thE 4 r H_ i I

: lIt' tint:; :it i i- Lydia 1:. I'inlihan'.s Vi'iri'tnlil1 ( nn. ugly to tjini.ili/e me, ihiiiua: 1 t M.aid I membrane and dots not dry up; tin:

i.-n-r\ si in.uiyviinnii' adt!! im other lilt uiriite: : deli for- never uiii'.erstanlij.! Xnw I II.IM-I ;: "; rcr'tion; hut change-' tiu-m t-> ;I Ii lAnr-tfll VICTORIA 1

,i I' dlll mkt \v.uits to "sell:: \ in''nlrtliinr! pi" '. fancy that in that l""\ there may !th' i na' :uu! !I., ;ultl.y i-l'aricti-r.! Klj .

jn'+ ,1 L' FElT t... r1l.l1nt fnrtl.wit'i jin-Iih'-! > .i-ni; in' I htter.and sumitnrea ot stuuethim: that would reia-e me frmamy 'I Brother- Waili-ii St., :\ Y. p :\LIIEc'.u: 15KKWINOCO.iusr J l

) .I I : i ; u atin.uhirhwill: "trther.lh.utr: ,.,. ii.'n.-i.t--; : etumeetion with him.'h" ." 1 1I .
,, .. legal
I .... I rrasnar 1..11. t:. 'Iul.'mm )Mmli. ( 0.. '.yuu, !MASS. i1iI SKY/ IIKKU: j
"\\ tin .\on think that:
-- --- i i "Frdiu hints bediopped from time Iutln1 TAPEftfORMS : : f J

v ,ice Puz:led. I I .: :':$iness Par :llyn:! :in Bagcta.v \'." i3i ::;U Cf BROS. t I.

--s. ( I Ik : w Yurl;. lit I. iHu.ih) ,;< is at- "Show me the k! "'>'." \ r; I AdKVrs Foti THE ( jII ,
'Jd..1"I'j I She did so, and I f'. nll. l1I'.1 it clov. : \ .Tjff'o.. .
I 1 .eR ..iinv.PI T ih 1' > :',1.1. >a> : a h, ri : I It'
I It neitl'i-r) door .' 'f. r I.f ff Psrnpi1 WhicHif it, J
1'11./1..1 hl :i iM ?' "Ill'," torn K-nzston.; .lamaici I ly. was a key in.r )l l:1i ciuptii TfliliiCji'
trunk: It looked rather! i if "A cape worm dithiren fen lone alleist. ( X : "
: ',.> u't.; niiilormi" i !Lr, t'." 'us' ?.!.u !iuv. Silva. former niiivi key. .i< a mi. im tL<> .en- :tft.i i im thkUgtwc: ? ;\1.1111 H.ui-o-KM K." P.llafoxstrea\. i
,, I .. ., 1 lilted the wards of a luck illli nil< d tokiep I'\-i'tki'i 'i I I' I inn .., I..., .ardn.y I { <'lII'<;'r 'J.
: "I'* i-.o'.v i tt. i I' i i'i: rn.tid S:lL' : his: brot'.v: !,, ? H. I K //xelalle-Orp.! : Union Depot. ..
I vaitmbles.! I studied tile math bt'lli i : r'l' i -' tnrt-i "' i <- l. ssell i Jit.iL. f'i i!
', s .I >.i\' ;: ant !, t-r I .It IV pan r7antsmu; Gut- tali. ,;: r 'f t- tl 1 I. ? i ,Itll.rIIWu.I1.1: !, \ 't .. ,. .. >t: '' P. 0, i l.x 2'l. I'onsacola, Fla. 'I I
." Tt, ', ''I'll', The i''rrr/. n.nrallfya! Vasiu; and! : for some time, then said: : aosioe I))' I.-L-. !i. i I' i I.' \'. .j' L ; .- Phones 1Idea.. I .
"1 can understand h-.w' a \\ / .-" -tw'uubL ut." W Uuni.E>i,, Baird :..1183.I ? 'lifl..._, I .
,. .t
.t 1 t'u; :'p j lihc ton.- I'\'l'tjn'ii aro etlll impris- eo'isider tI..! proMfin I'-JM.--.' '... I ,,: .. 1 ',,, --- -- --. :
". 1 :> --h! o". ,1! !1.-. tl.' minuter of war. Generali CANDY t ., T
} ,r of solution. To u man it I I." K! > < om PKOFESSIOiTAL CASDS.
"f .. '." ''' ,'' i F>-, n:1il"7.'m: is (lit !avl to IIP act- CATHARTIC .. f :
jiarativt'ly easy. Co.itule tiniiiittT touio tIi j
'r.' i it d' torially.: Piosi' l nt Mara !
11. a.par-: i I :; < :
and I will see what 1 do" W. C. ROWS M7oT"Ollice
nT fi'ic! i I him;' I gibs <'\ilL-ni is iwworlcss to control She took the chain ami keti' iu 1 h' r Scientifically Distilled! I ';

'io s, and it i isI iom.: i iin-k nnd handed them to iui>. Ti.i: ;:i. : ITS' S. Talafoi.: j
,-I\ th. ;itI'I:! :fir TaaDe nuRa 111tIriR1D Naturally Aged,
1 tin- Intuit fr" .
further into Hour
without looking + -u4* to :: iia.mand1ta8p.m ,
':> th<' t'ITutin: di.l know and afli r T o'clock .
Fire at Montgcmsry, Ala. hoping for fconicthing-I not Absolutely Pure, tI'liono .
i \ '
loHt&Om'rIa... Oct. 6.-Sparks what-I left her and the ue*,t d-iy iv Palatable CG.RefrigeratorsII (.
Hrht And Safest for all l'uti.
from a pacing: lorouiotive started: a turned to the city. Peasant: I'uient. Taste Good fH I ;
Good c".r.ckeo Weaken or (;npe lOc :zcliJa
.irfr"t's' Ctfl f;tion. trre in the Coo|>eraso; and Hardwarecompany's i We met again in sis weeks. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Foi' h.k- byDannheisser i C.'iv: mills yesterday and df 1 "I have foolved the problem of the hlrrilnc Hrardr r..p..r, Chirm, ...,...01. IW.Jorl. 513I \ have ; .I.I't
1'' !i' :!'" tth" 1 I Bros. few which
they .
n strayed 0110ompartment and a dry key. 1 said.She Kft Tfl Fold an<1I1""r n'PPI1 toy all drugnJIU left, we will a'I'I f .! JI'I

1 'nta!iiis :foronoon.iraprov.fon kiln. by TinIQSS insurance.was about A burning$3,000 scant cov.eied continued: : was: too excited to speak and 1 I, *t'AC stsistoltUfclobaccolUbiu: at cost. Marslon $Oulna. ., ,

'. : \\'.'a sata ;?. "I had a hundred duplicates! of the 'ff t. ,I
ling fell on J. W. Sykes a fireman I ii
'" oni-stlon" as i *'bo was hurt but not 1.Ian erousIy.C. key made then sent one to every safety I !)-WE WILL- ." ration won!.! deposit company In each "f the larger ; \ i

-' r.i\ey said theyPositioned. .\ CIH: ct'KII: > r.v BT.oon RU.'I cities of the United States asking 'I

V ,"' the manager if it would fit any of his
compartments used for storing \uluables. CLOSE OUT SUMMER GOODSat ::11

1 Acjn: I All Skin and HI
T! I Mr,. M. 1,. Adims, KreJonia. Ala., ,
!it' second trial i from the president of a :St. Louis coin1 -
.. .J'' '---harged wtt.ii. : I i took li )tauic mood Balm, which effectually 1 pany stilting that the key would open I and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of I .

:;i. oj Mrs Kath-! cured an eating; cancer of a compartment in their vaults standing -'Fall
Goods''I J
I'- -mher. 11 1lS. has the nose and face. The ores healed iu your llama'N'rilf t ,
.i "' .1. TU: r -tial perfectly. Many doctors had she asked breathl :sly.

-. ,.' ,i- -.-t for today, given up up her case as hopeless, hundreds 1! "That is all I know. Will you go I 28 doz Men's Launch iad, Hhirts, 63 pair Ladies' Spring Heel folwf-s Get your boss ready for school J If'' t

1\111; \va> assign of of there to learn the rest:" I regular: f I, to close: at ';5c.I regular $1 goods, to close quick at SOc We carry a full lineof Boys'Hnits. I ::I ; .I I _
cases cancer '
": Hurt was a i1 "I will start tonight" I 27 doz Men's Colored Lanndried pair. 68 Boys' t"UItregular price, $l.oo, 1'
\;, '. sores, supperatlug swelling etc.. | ""'!thin a week she returned and to close at 7oc suit. t ;
close .
L..L) shirts, regular jjc; to at w( &8 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers, 11 ,
have teal: cared by mood llilm. flashed with excitement told! me that regular 51.25; good, to close at $l.Uu I 67 Boys' Wool Suits, regular price .j

Amor'g others, Mr*. B. :M. Ouerney, *htf had found valuable swuriti that 57 doz Meu'a; Colored Laundried pair. i $1.50 and $1.75. to close at $1.15 suit. I
1 Shirt, regular50c good. to clove at 1L 0 Boys' All-Wool Hulls t '
; i ,
'ER ASK I Warrior taud.. Ala. Her no-c and Mie :: her hu Mr.d had ,
ADVICE. :supposed > S'junndered
lip were raw as beef, with offensive! !: 35c; these goods should go in 21 68 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular -i I I price 12.00 to $3.00, to close at 11.60and I ,:
he hadserved
i also
viu rluh l curd ; a close $2 UO suit.
; or i from the i bours.I $1.50 goods, to at $1.20 ::
di-cbarge eating sore. v
\1 .t: i- good for it and get I I, Doctors! advised cutting, hut it a term iu the penitentiary for 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbriggan We carry the largest;; line of Boys'Pants ; I "I t

with!: little t1r uu merit ', f.uUd. 15 loo J Halm healed the 1 1 def.ili-ation. I Undtrahirts at 20c, regular 25c; pair.We carry the largest line of Boya'Bhpes carried by any hou=-e in tbe I .
-i uu't'rou,:. Ak for "Uefore he married you'1 asked. .i
': ddi'nr Cores. and Mr*. GUtrtll'il as I goods. of any house in Pensacola. city.All of I
the greatest: well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm "Yes." 30 doz Men's French Neck boys can fit our Ladles' and Misses' 1
j Balbriggan Bring your to u'", we
I i- rtiii.-d.v quicklyV., it curesi A. ', also cures eczema, itching humors, "You"knt'Dothll1;; of this?" Undershirts, at 30c, regular 45c, them in any size. I 20c.drop pair.-stitched 2Jc.; hose, to close at. 1 I .,, }

Palafox scab and scales bone pains, ulceig, | "No. i sold by others at 50c. We have just received a foil line 100 doz Misses' full
-trees.CASTOR seamless
i 1 pimples, blood poison, carbuncles I "There wi'.l be little trouble In se- We will hose! ,
All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts.! to close at 60e doz, or 4 pair for 25c.:
scrofula risings and bumps i curing: an annulment of such a mar close at 75 cents. close at 60c for your choice. Some 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose i .l

,, on the skin and all blood troubles. I riage. It was no marriage." 72 Pair Ladies'Sprirg Heel Low of them are worth 1.50. regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair.,

i IA Dru;.:sists of, Botanic$1 per Blood large Balm The result proved that 1 was right Cut Slippers, 2to i, regular $1 We carry a full line of Skirts. i We have just) received a full line !I f ii

: and Sample Blood Balm I In time the courts annulled the mar- I Roods, to close at'Oc pair. Look at our window display. Iof I I Ladie'Kid! Gloves in all shades _____
Fir prepaid by writing
Liiits and Children. rlage', nnd soon after a real: marriagea I
r : Co., Atlanta, Qa. Describe trouble I letter to wife from the Remember we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them we trill have Room
:3 rJ j Yeu and special medical advice sent in came uiy I ,,
Haye Always Bongbl 1 i i sealed letter. It is certainly worthwhile : wanderer written on li's! deathbed, glv- I

s \,! ..'. .. ,i I able remedas inve tijatinsr Blood such Balm t remark-cures I Ins my Investigations.the Information! I Lad elicited by I F. E. BRKWNER'S: ; ;

c the most awful, worst and most F. A. llfIiIIEL.
lOj SOUTH a.
deep-seated blood diseases. :I f ? z j .


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.- WHITE MAN I (CARNIVAL Sarsaparilla -

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at-the Post Office" at }'eD acola.ria. AND NEGRO! ASSOCIATIONELECTED ers You Doctor take.orders.Quickly Druggist said.sells. I

<< leeond-clasi matter. i! cured J.C.b Co.. 1 0o.
1 Quickly Lowell.!II....

OFFICE :-Pltf Building, JllJi South | I


Terms: Invariably in Advance. -- the death claimp' ,,,j

Oa, Year by Mall ... ....... ........ ............KWBlx I i A white man named Esther and a I j Eighty-eight snares of stock were REPERTOIRE I I DESERTER Mate: anti Cal1.,1. .
Months *. ... ........ .... ..... ..... MOB I : ble Life
negro named Hoffman were charged represented at the meeting of the I: A-ur.-. '
Week,by Carrier PayablH Monday 10 i i I -- I I
paid within one -
in an alliidavit made by Detective Carnival Association*t ni!{ht when I
TELEPHONE NO. 118. I ITho A rousing first-night welcoirr;; proof.
;;. Watts with having conspired the old association was dissolved, aboard ROY C. YELVERTON, OF PENSA i
I I accorded the Gaguon-Pollock Company : i And ,
Mdrertising Rates Furnished on Application of directors chosen and the : n<
to defraud the L. & y. railroad com-
I at the opera house: last uf;ht. COLA, LEFT HIS SHIP. i .ear ha,J the |II.')i. ,
I piny by means; of false: reports sent new body launched on fairly good Iwlow OH .
The company is an excellent one ?
I in and representing: that stock had grounds.The II ,
and specialties introduced betwee II i This (excel t: ;-
UfvION 'U P LL I| been killed. It is; stated they succeeded board of directors, chosen af- r Roy (I. Yelverton, a :young man of j I i r
acts are pleasing and sensation il.! great record. it
in getting the company for ter a spirited contest: is composed of : I I of this city, residing with his mother been approached .
I Ion t\;
I This is true especially of the C ycle.ride
I tW, but their little game was discovered ; A. H. D'Alemberte, Chas. Merritt, j'I East Salamanca street, was arrested -'i pany.

PE5SAOOLA, OCT 7, 1902 and stopped before any further John O. Oliver, Jos I. Johnson, I by the Castellanes. Riding on'i, yesterday afternoon by Spe- J, tr".z..t in 11 h., \\
I : an angle of 85 degrees with speed of
claims; could be made. Walker Ingraham, Cha-les; Turner, j t I l cial Officer Sanders; and kept in the ,> THE EQUITABLY ,
I : the wind and in opposite directions, j -- 1
WHILE there is strike, there is
: ,I Detective Watts was in the cityJ i F. C. Horton, E. 0, (!ulna, Henry'Hyer (city jail until this morning, when he j j ANCE :-111 .
: hope. was one of the most amazing feats: (.f 1
-- ; last night with Sheriff Mitchell of I Charles LeBaron, George P. | I was delivered to authorities at the OF THE I IS jJ
| daring that has ever been seen here I .
PBEs1DE\TRoosirELTisa ml,h- j i riauta R )*a county. Mr. Watts found I Wentworth and Louis Friedman. j I I' navyyurd. i ii "
Buck dancing of the 'J
ty hunter, but he failed to bring one Hotlmau in a short time alter arrival After the board had been selectedthe : far above the This I i Yelverton, on June 19 of this year, :j I KXOWLKS: In!;'"is.. .j
Baer down that he fired at. average.
and had him arrested. old association was then made: a (deserted from the transport Solace, .
E"ter'i' pair is hard to beat, and Jack i, General 1-
q OF course it i* universally known i j his white companion in crime, wa thing of the past and the new men '. I at Mare Island, Cal. navy yard. He I I
McGreevy i is a close: second to the 309 t*. Palafox >:
r 4 that our po-t etlice! employes have a i, persuaded: to go to Mil'on with the I assumed control. A vote of thanks worked his way across the United .
1 famous "Dae" Qui ley, to far as ,
snap, but we did not know ULtil Wl'i 1 trio and the plan was to arrest and i j'was accorded E. Forcheimer, retir- j j States: and finally: arrived in Peusa- Out -- I
'' i i ii dancing is concerned. I l.f 1I".l' > -
the frosted windows that' 1
t it saw new '
jail j him just as soon as Milton \va i i'in. president. | cob, and was with his mother when "When
the department had turued it into a ;. j( To-iiisht: "A Sleeping City" will 'i deaf! J
cola 'reached. This plan is aid to have | The board then got together for the ;1 arrested. from a #ev -rt- -
t suap.SOMEHOW 'be presented.
--- ---- .stated of The naval authorities believed he trouble, that I .,
worked splendidly and Esther gaze purpose electing proper -- -- -- -" ::' :; J
e : THE NEWS cannot help "
through; the jail: bars now. | atflcers. Walker Ingranam was VIOLATED THE wculd come to Pensacola and forwarded year*. writt'i:
0 but believe, that: should Frank Clark: 1 i : C.. Kin- > ,
The plan of these chosen temporary chairman and here a request for his arrest
yyyy return it would not be s') much for'the : two perollsVa;: m lifer i .
I ? an jav :
t ,1'' good and tlory of the state, as it i a bold oce. Either was a section Charles rritt secretary. A pnanirnously SANITARY LAW together with a minute Bsrtillion j Best jnll- .1:. e if

b would be for the good and glory of hand and it was bid duty to report ,: carried motion made the eription of him. This order wa \V.i A. D'Alfcinb.

y) Frank Clark. all stock killed by trains. It was! j organization: permanent. given: to Mr. Sanders: and the young ;Sontb Pilaf<..xSTEAMER -"

ea il ; known Both the officers thanked the Upt-u c >uipl.tint from --i-initary in behind the bar and .
s 'ci. THE Tampa ald'; editorial* are I JJ that on two occasions he reported -i new man was so ;ii ---

lenxthyaud brtlllantwhenthttHer- : j the killing of two cow;, said I I association for their election. spectorOtlicer Humphreys this tne authorities notiflrd. UHF S'

aid's own worthiness is the subject, I ,to Lave been valued at flU each, and Joseph I. Johnson was made treast moruni:: arrested C. G. Cassiou, a : When Yelverton was taken to the _.
but when :any other subject is under ; 1 I (11l:1"y
::9 represented: the t urer and John G. Oliver was choseu store keeper at the depot on charges launch this be
lircusfion.i i they reflect the editor's as property of the I : I morning to sent : let w Pen t' .M I '

't )'t bored feeling.'l; negro, Hollinan. The company, on > vice president. of violating laws relating to public i to the yard bis mother and several'' It ii ii>. bail} t i. ,,< .
health tif the ci' The
---- ---- y. two charges
l the strength of Ester'a reports and I Being; requested to appoint the email sisters accompanied him. He "CITY
I EVKX before the serious OF 'I I \.MI-\ ,
president has recovered are ones, and Ca-;imus willh:1"e
from the: trolley car's ou- I Islaubt j representations, paid the two claims'l!' I building; and finance committees at I| : a hard time getting out of thee did not seem: to mind hi* predica ,Milton ... HICI ;

there !is formed: a trolley It j j''but it was rather singular, : that bnh ( once! President lugraham made th :1 trouble. ment. ul'l"II.'olal.! o .I''nFarr. \
I MV: K ,
t j I car: tru t. There is no length a trol- i J Jl animals killed should have been the i:; j following wie selections : I I Mrs. Bowers-- invites the-public to His father John Yelverton, was at i __ -

tJ"I I I "y car won't jo to when it gtsI j property of Hotlman. I Building Committee-Charles Le- '! call and see her di-play i of pattern .one time a member of the Pensacola -
dowu on a Wan. i I I I
j.t -- -- {j This idea suggested itself to thee :Baron Charles H. Turner F. C. J hats. She has a well -elected stock police force. He was killed while EVERYBODY LOOKS

t yt: 1 CHINA'S notes of indemnity to th 1 stock claims department and the re I :Horton and A. H. D'Alemberte. ,' bought in New York, Baltimore and try ing to arrest a negro desperado. FORJTHE} EEC

y': f powers are due and she is i iu dire !'sultant Finance Committee :St. Louis. I'
t. investigation; showed that -Henry Hyer, According to rules of the navy,
etmight?. We wUh! we could lend ,
her few, but we are in the sane fix ;t; the reports of Ester were: false and I:1 Louis] Friedmad: George Wentworth The flnet line of sterling: silver ,:! Roy \\1111'15(, hi* liberty for about ;i Here it is. t'111 .

";1 ourselves-only the powers in our'|I'that as money wa paid to Hotfman aid F. C. Horton. good* atd: silver novelties is to, be six' tnontiis or more, and his captor. reary. They anI I 6 .

l r case are the milliner. Ii"h j he with a liberality unborn nu-1,i Tlie=e committee; were appointed found at J. StephenPrices to'' Mr. Sinaer*, will be paid a reward l !! prepared work that to can do be any tin i.>;,.I
:lease all. of in... '
man in these: days, equally divided!' on account of the urgent need of They put on India rnll.
I 1 THE NEW& apologize? forallerroisiu Bt"DWEISEIL- best nn the market.i
f. '"? I yesterday's paper.: Our new proof same: with his chum, E-ther. Their i them; to carry uu the great work now :[" \\' -: KIJ.Carolina : :. h_ __ __ __ __ as rosy have a full j ,

i t .1 reader has taken all the advice in a :, 'nuchiuatious were apparently lm-1!I i Iitles "-riujf up<'U the a.-5. PICTURE AGENT I i Doe your bury: :
late batch of medical advertisements j ; : and there is no telling: how Ott.erswill bf aamElla1fof.! !ir I ({? They can '

and telephoned his iudipusitioaI ; ''far j, they would have gone if their'' Portland prices, too, ar- ; ,
From latest inquiry we believe in'! i' :, I IN TROUBLE they have ample c.i-r; '
I : \OIlIl\G: : >o GOOD
his ultimate 'plans not been suddenly checked by i| a first-class carmn i,
reco\ery. I'
t For all liver trouble there i is uothinsr bo"m.--.
-- -- 1 the alert ajeut of the railroad com-1: Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM repairing 1 >
Lr THE Atlanta Journal j ii> good and helpful H EPA!- call on them.
says "there !i.1],mnv.. :i (-.'I_"ItA.- )Lec.luit_ __on __ pnrpvif___ n .. __.hunt..,__ !,",\I"II, .._ : Amos Ruth 'rllrd. a picture agent Scale* repaired.
q is t-eriuiuiy uoiuiu conventional, | during;; any bad t-llncts; a- most nied- f Pi.IF.I't 1",1 i
i i who peut a few days of last: week in
/'I not too con-hteut, about the wan Get a free sample n ChamberIain's |, jetties do. Hepunctira i* a -ubstiI ALA.i 4I lu hiU: i t ii l j
who wearo a straw hat tiiid overcoat !. Stomach and Liver Tablets at I!I I tute for crflnintl and much het'f-r i t # the j|: any drur: .tnre 'I hey are easy to |I thaii tliat dl U,: because it nanone charge of i&s..auItIIlIrs.: Owen .
at same: tune Tne Journal cer- i take d i
j at mure pleasant in effect than
IpIli. of .
it* bd t U>et- Stockof; Daiiicl a repeotPd lady of that
h t taiuly knows lot how consistently ,. Ttieir use i k not followed! by I I MrV.. >. Jordan of J ick-'iiville. all: Hiu'ii (ir'rleAmen- < & MALT ha-
LMII Portliiul Rutherford '
.. CVniHiit place. i* aid have
i 1; Bul McNjuiee constipation, as ioften the ca.rwith 1 VI .. if-rmain.i, 1 to
) Both elf
f wears au oS-ercuat, t.-ay : iby aud.iny friend ( *rtlau Saturn.; ( dietetic value. \Vi i il" r. f
pills. KeguLr SJZP. leruran Portt,t gone to tnla'ly's house while she j
from one j ear's end to another. j i p'r ,, Mr. HOU-OU are greatly plea,td with l lthe land Cement Km :\: Y. '
t.if ? Calcined pleasant to take In
All it
j : I| box. duB'ii-ts; i and medicine etlect of HEPATICURAanU I ]Pla-ter. Ii : wa al'ine: and committed the deed.The -
euddle Cement,
dealer-. kept at j tion of food. Sold byDANNIIEI
A cox XMX riuuer, in writing to can without hesitation recoiiiinen.1'it Norfolk Portsmouth, Charleston, were much worked up

a newspaper: said, : "This is the Hr-t Penicol.t a* beint the fiue.-t LIVER MEDI- I :Savannah.: Jack-ouville\ Petisacola: 'over the I1lfJir. :,:", I '
Try Big! _
-moking to- I Its
t IXK; ever tW action i- mild Mobile New
Orleans ---- --
rt: time my children could not fro tofChool It iiid pleasant| and free Galve*ton. j
acct' entirely from '
make =!iipmeiit* direct from Bl'DWEISBR.;
flit ; iu thirty year" To ViII 1l tTipin or any of the -ickeriug; Mill wherever I FINE STATIONERY.C. .
WIhet: cheapest )
: 1 end he i i.. educating: them we do not DERAILED OARCAUSED tectf calomtlyet it doe the work j f -" \ I You; can get house
thoroughly 1S it could be done by'I.".1labuna"j j your
) know, and we regret very much the .' :
any medicine. It hawithout doubt Brand: ,furnisllelcomplete at ,;Mar-'
Portland '.
Cement, ZLrnn V. .
coal strike Thompioi.Palafox
Lut -
we think the' awed
really me from Usual i
uiy slimmer attack
lie l
4 Hydraulic Natural ton lccinrt'sorr
j I $
i children 0bu Lave attended -chool ;, TROUBLE of bilivu"IItuld by all I made near Birmingham. Cement ,' easy payments *treet. .'.,.- t

thirty years need the rest. j dru;.'gi-t*. weekly monthly.. new upply vi' I.i j
-- ---- I Ih
-- i Correspondence Solicited. !] I Paner! *. w hitrid.. !:,, I .
EI .
\\k IK the of .
alJuCouuct'weut the Honorable A derailed car on the Alcumztre -t I Envelope to mat.-: '

R. W. Davis that he would I silo of the frel.: htdepot caused a lot i also Foreign Mail T.t//.

f.f.j J' never ajjain; be a candidate for con I I BOUND OVER .FRESH
of trouble yesterday and caused an FOR ROASTED COFFEE. ;relopes to muuh.Penbolders ?
greslia' out *
1)I simply a a !'r Bl-iukb .
!: ; feeler of the public lube, the additional lot of swearing: on the
jubilance INTENT TO XEMEMBER. TE ARE THE '?tc., always on i IJII.2: .i :
)it t f of the public over hi* good partof impatient railroad men. The MURDERCarroll ONLY ROASTERS LN WEST FLORIDA. Phone 231.:

t judgment must have embiria! =sed car was heavily loaded: and a= the I TIIK Prr.i.n is INVITKK T.) EXAMINE Oru PLAM. .

1 his vanity aud wilted his bump of Latest: modem imprn"fomentfIf'ctrcit; etc. To
trucks dropped between the rail*, same, we i i
}i'' "' egoti-m. Harris colored, who a 'mke the following sacrifices : With one pound of the following Blends OAB'>'O-t ': f .
------- one of the rails turned and split thecroas ; vc will IrIVt'1 I Beanuaetlt > i .
. _. ; time aoto indicted serious knife --
f,; HAl' county 1-eUt ea iu building : ties. It was necessary: to builda i: :elite; tondarrtannulatei: arf'.r. // r=: :
wound $1! OO
t a ruck-road from We.-t Palm portion ..f track before traffic could i upon tiiikey \Vasiinstou. '11.'a ni.! .Ial a Hlend. per jMiiiinI. 300 01 W7 ".:1cw

Beach through Miami to Cutler, a another negro, wi !given a I rrelimI ,. ('fI'(."\a Hlenil. I'r Jiiuirnl. "Oc; -

di"tancl'f ti6Ia.nlll s. This ii a be carried-- on.-- ---- I inary trial before Justice Wolfe yesterday It nrtlk". I"r pand...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ... i-

;, commendable example to set tot i]I BUDWEISER. afternoon and bound over to ivnvin.N ix TIM: <;
other cuntitlld one which I i I! the criminal I MI'KriTI'\
I i Mrs. Bowers has been fortunate court on the grave : YOU NCTi J :
+ should be followed by e"t'rcOlunt. .\ in Jas.
t ; until there u a beautiful intricate ;;e'urilli.j"* Emma Scutt of St. I charge. His bond was fixed at $300, iMcHujjjh Prop., New Orleans Grocery.

% of Louie. tin expert de-uner. who I has : which being unable to famish le'' I'h.If' lor. K and In \ ..
.I network cood raids from one end \ Inc n.lrn(-ta !St.MEUX'S : WHAT IS MISSED 11 :> :

of thi* xloriou* state to the other. A ;j, charge; tie tnmmr.: .:. : was rewarded to jail. The catting -

i a rocky road: inDade.LOVEMAD affray took place in lllllroad street VVVVV'.VV'V ? yol

murders -are-on- the increase j Distress I saloon and was the outcome < f a /) N// --
and the saftty: <>f an innocent : :pm of card A I II / All kinds of I i. /
I __ _______
I public l jeopardized by the presence' 2t..JI/I t/ ''
: : focking chairs n t '. If
_1i of diseased individual who are In- :, Jlfter Eating A I'jpkal !'ontii.llrk4Ii siorp. : '
5 fQuinn's..
'J : ble at any moment u) become violent ;| :,: O. R. Laron of Bay Villa :5un- SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND c

t 1 and murder the .subject of their insane Nanoa between meals beli-hinjj, voniitin ,I. day* River. Cape Colony, cftnd'icts TYPEWRITING AND LITERATURE I ow.

;:, flaiuk'Doc, tits of nervou.Lca l- 1:1 -
affection. The time has come < : tou typical of South Africa at
ache, :am in the I I I which can be prepares young men and women, for I has
purchased !
: when the same precaution for the j ttomarh. are all I anyt ti? established in connection with

-; safety of a community should be exercised niptoin), of ily;:p .pia. and l the! longer I from anchor.tne" proverbul This store i ii"needle situated, "to i na1I an '!, irood savvy position, in business* for it*, tulJent5..nd and -t-furt-e:; I I by the!;, i course for catalogue nf in-trup'i.1I i J Hotel Camden

?i in the treatment of there it is neglected the harder it i ito cnnit.. I,, valley nine mile from the 1"t lor, handsomelyllutrated; cata:: etc. Address term,

dangerous: characters we now exercise I' Hood's Sarsaparilla I railwaytatiou aud about t.. utI \"- logue. j C. O. MEITY, Peusjcola, Fla. (".\) IJI;\, .11.111 \1 I \
in other cases of mental aberration i rive mile- from the nearest: .awn I
i Mr. Laron says : '-I am voted Is Now Open to the Pui c
or hallucinations.: and Pills '
with ttecutom of !
'thin ,
i O> E of -our- -weekly- -contemporarie-- radically and permanently cure it- j I!! :a whom radio*I of have thirty supplied mile, to Cl'IT...y ber of- ,I F. B. BRUCE, : under the muna. '.

,j r recently contained an editorial, I Strengthen and tone the stomach and lain' remedie All testify their

t' c original (coufl-cated, we know :lOt// other ,tliirestive, organs for the natural I J value ic a household where doc- MRS. S. MIMS,

t l, on the unlicensed for abuse free of workinga ; performance of their functions. i''question.j tor' advice Within i i.. almost one r mot i ,of,f my the fiver rit4iD in tAl e S o ItiD ad n AtAht E tic! Lip of Yen-acola.1- J r. '

i t! newspaper space, aud I Accept no substitute for Hood' 1 store the population: is p. ,, 4p3; #ix". I .

within that editorial was a hide I "I had dyspepsia: twertj-five years and tOf these: within the! -t twelve RATES REA50\: -\fjj; I
bound oath to fjrswear nunth*. 110 l less than f hn.I I Guns Ammunition
giving away: : tout d.fferent medicines but pot no help -u Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
'+. bean a&*')II1tfl\" .
lured v
Chamb-: ,
away space: in the future. Three'wt' until! I began taking: Hood's Samparll'.a. By the DayVtk .r

'' wtC k thereafter we cote, in the column's !I Have taken four bottles of this medicine surely lah." be Couch a :rec....Remed rd" F;; This lIe by mu t.ll"l. Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. Table Furni-L..d with! :

of the same paper, a gratuitous and can now eat almost anything steep I dru.;:ist* aud m-dicir .lets.CAAT07 Hammond and Other Market All ,rJ-
notice published at the I| well have no cramps In my stomach, no ;, Typewriter Typewriter Hupplie All Kinds of ,
Ill solicitation :I j trarnin? and no distress." MRS. U'ILUAM : A. I I1J'It Repairing Leek and Key Fittin?. Public Patronage Soiic'tea
of au interested High-Grade Hammeiless
party. G. BARRETT, 14 Olney :St.: >; ; : Gui Kept for Rent.IBij Supply of Fresh Shells.;
+ R. LHood's | 1'12: //S Rt .113 all Low
Consistency thoa art at Prices.
anw.p.1pt'reditor. Free :Sample UKit" '
Sarsaparilla ta' ,. r
promises : U ;;;
l ;| cure and keeps the promiso. j -# 15 South Palafox Street. Rnnday 51.te) .

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=-B.---H.-FAIRCHILD, INCREASED You Can't Begin Too W. C. O'NEAL, President; No. SGO3. F. C. NORTON Cashier; I {r

uraOLSTERER: J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. i'1"i. '

-or *' Mr and Refinishing Furniture a j ,

Specialty )
rhono 40B.
SHOWN BY ASSESSOR RICHARDS' PfllHE'S GEhEnVG01iPOUND Designated Depository of the United States. i.

R. K. WHITE, BOOKS FOR THIS YEAR. Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept.t'i'15,1902. I ;j k

Witrl1l11ilJ.l'r, Manufacturing Jewelerand \ I (From Report to Comptroller.) I I : ':
II 't
Graduate; Optician, County Commissioners liaise License II I I I RESOURCES.! LIABILITIES. !: j it l

lfoi St.. Penearola FliJEWS Affords Happy and Marvelous I: Time Loans. .. ...... ...... ...... ...... .... $338.797.32 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... J200.000.00 I! 1 I 1
3 .euth ral Tax on Money Lenders to $;jO and Demand Loans .. ... ... ... .. .... ...... .. .. 50.036 55' .... .... .. .. .. .... ...... .. .... 4 'I' ;)

Will Faith Results to Rheumatic Overdrafts.... .. .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 104.72 UndilusUndivided...... : ..... .. .. .... .... 10OOO.00.t.985623 >:-"; t 1\\ tft, I IU
Charge Curints
.v --- Spirit 8. Bonds and Premium.... ...... .. .... 187.171.87 Circulation....... ..... .. ...... .... .... .... 125WOO.; ; 3
Mediums, Etc., SlOO; aeek Stocks, secnrites, etc.... ....... .. .. .. ..... 2,625.00Furniture Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... .. .... ...... 401,621,71 ; ,
Sufferers.The and FIxtures.... ..... .... ...... 6.71S.48 ( ,4 1"
License. [. R. Stamps'! .. ...... ... .... ... .... ...... feS34 : i-l} I t to ,

NOTES autumn season, with its Cash and Exchange. ..... ..... .. .. ... .. 160.93S66 i : \ 1.1''
{ The commissioners met I
changeful weather is a time of dread _

last night as provided by law to accept to all rheumatic sufferers. Chilling $746,450.91 $746,4S0.91CENT '
"_ ., I winds cold rains and heavy, impure ; I It :. \
/ II i
the books of Tax Assessor
atmosphere aggravate every INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. i (
: .' Meyer :Shoe Co. for school W. W. Richards.All condition of rheumatism, and bring \ .j ii

'I'.y!: have them in all styles, many sufferers desperately near the I
the members were present except -
ir" or low. Commissioner: J. B. Roberts i Are you a victim of rheumatism in t t

.. 1V-trd. U. C. V., will meet I] its acute or chronic formE? If so, t
'Ii,.- of Supt. N. B. Cook at who is absent from the city. Chair you can't begin too early to get rid N {

man Welsh presided. of this baneful disease to purify the BLANKETSCOMFORTS! !
("k t.might..d.11 blood and strengthen: the system. I
After careful inspection the books The marvelous victories of Paine's
\ will be given at the
Celery Compound in the
were found correct and were accepted i wrought
I > iy Saints hall L2S East i past for rheumatic sufferers, justifies I

.'t. tomorrow;: Alld '' you in giving this wonderful medi '''''5i'5CS2525i:5252S2525252 ;I'

I to, attend at 7 o'clock. They show an increase in valua cine an immediate trill. It has
;given to agonized, helpless, and Knit Underwear !
: tii'inthly meeting of the tion this Fair of $U4.33S2: over last crippled men and women a new and : y \ q. m

I .l;".;ifvolent !Society: of TernKi year, the total valuation: this year happy life-fredom all pains ,, ,
and suiTieriups. It has produced'amazing
will meet at the temple bein $5.bC'J604! as against vv112.2! o ,
? : cures after the failures[ of

i'k to-morrow afternoon in 1'JOl. able physician At this i season I tug Direct from the Mills. : ))1

i i- are requested to attend. ; Paill','" Celery Compound will do i!
These valuations for this year and ; the same mood: work for you dear j
: will be the last day the rl' It. W. '.Vebbl-r Jauesvillt s
the tax: to be derived therefrom are The Place to Buy Them at J : !
: : .. precinct registration, >. \Vis., says: :- t
'I '=252.52 ;: rpr rar25Z5Psacm: t.bV i
shown by the following statement : -I 1 wa advUed by a friend to try1Paiue's : -
If do
v. i it open. you j

'u ('.1 "not vote in the No- Value. St. Tat. Co. fax. Celery and Compound I for had rheamutism : SAVES YOU THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT. I r t''
Real estate.... *:!.7-! .7li HMSt: 711 Jil.ftrt -s nervousness.! previously ....HE ... i
.. in the elseuse
tn )r city .. .. tried: other remedies for these :!
Personal l,24l,"iii l &.aw :li tw '

I : It. tt..t T..I..g'pb wuei! 4,<"5 1.! Iu. 1U :!"eTotals \ complaints' plea-eii; to without siy that getting Ih "f relief.,'_)/ ///'*II/ 1 1im j Come, Inspect the Offering ; Recognize the Large Values: Realize the Profit.BLANKETS. } J. t I : !: 1 1
--- --
II' the Gad=den Street .... lm//lf oftlir CiHitjHHinrfiliii'(. ir.siitf.'Hil SOi:: IB 171.I5: l''
..uch will exhibit EJi- .1 hive now taken six bottles of the COMFORTS. MEN'S UNDERWEAR.
This will give i a county revenue of i iS2,08(5 'Compound( and am cured I feel I
,.... ictures and serve fish
-1 !; ( more' than in 1901. ':; younger; aud better, and have a good ,,111-1 fray; Cot Blanket' ? . tit; pair 5 H'il-* Sterling ComfortToe fi"i: 1 t'm mM.: II'. .f.i--r Flf-ecv f flU it
n Malaga square appetite. : -4 Extra Heavy (lray. .$ 123! pair: 3 Bales Refern Comfort. !)S2 each Lmt'jlII't! ? :and Drawer7Cc suit ;: m
10 and 15 cents. A resolution was passed fixing a
; : i 1O.t White'onl JJIanket-i: : ;3 Bales Hluefield Comfl\rts$1. each 1 (:'fi-e MI-II' J |p"'i-r, Wool \ j '.
l 'its reasonable. I county license tax on all occupation rui nit: lLOU'L\\" "' ; Extra rioecial rriciu: .$ 2.50 pair i Fleece Shiit-iiu.1! Drsiwi r-, ?1 suit J.

.t I meeting of the Seamen's taxed by the state of 50 per cent of I zt.00$3.50: aud $4 O). :JA l'OIl1pl..t i l Line Ill' Celebrated r !
Ladies'and Children's Knit
DIAMOND DYES Ye Old Time California, I Sintvv riaUf Iliiincj l'nnthurtc. $ i
i'iKy will be htld tom<'r- the state license tax, and in addition )
all pure wool, at saving j :Special Pricing. t s r i iI !
:MI..T: at lit o'clock iu the have l h 'en manufactured Ihry give .. .. .. . . .
county licensu tax as: follows : I of . . 33percenh i k .. . ..... .. .
1 : I;"'Im. 011 the corner of !; la it, heal Iful colors, and are | Each: Insurance company and agent, i .. .
i Hnowllike . ; !
i'liaf-ix: streets. All inter- HIT year ....... n... ....... ... ... .. .. n. ... {-.' rut Pared fur homo use. :Simply: follow d lema\I's profit goes into .1 72x78 Draw et-. .. .. 25ctu? $1.00 garmentLaJies' II )
- II ill'l'l iom.. I your pocket .. ... ...... .$ 500pair 2xM Suowllike' .. .. .. .. .. .... 200 i
..... ..
j I* of the society are corv..l per year .n. 5U I and Children' Union Suits ;
11-4 r'talldard'fi"lIt.. all hike. . . . .. 25072x84 : i i
I to attend. Money lender on personal properly, { Direction Hook and 45dyp l samples free. wool .... . .. .. ..* D50palr) i lx'\\ iiOe to $1 L.' f',
... ........ .... ... .....
peryenr .n .n. 5u IKI I DIAMOND: DYE BnriiCRton.Vtf II.! Extra Heavy .. . .I7iNpair) snowdake..3 00> lufinS': Merino and \\'1)01Vrap-
1 : M.uter David Sheehan has: Knlf" rack ,etc.,per year or fraction- ou f and up to .. . . ..$12.50 pair 72x84! t-nowllake . . . . 4 00 per.L..I;) to 75; >: garment H I
i '. 'ticeof( the death of his Fortune tellers faith (curhts spirit !< shed' Valuation in 1900 i; 1
... ... .. .. 1
metliuius.etc., week um teeThe '
i :rui: Sheehan: : at Mallow, per I Real Estate------: ..... ... M.lrtl.flW; Co THIS STORE SAVES YOU MONEY ALL THE: TIME. & & % 1\ (I ,

,; I < -k, Ireland, aged; 85 year. license on lenders of moneyon !!: IVrsoniil ... ...... ... ... l.Odl.miii' I 4 L

.: t > ,ved by four sons and one personal property security was $:) I Railroads and telegraph .. ... 7ti2: .*.7 1M' j ji 1- I i i s

,< 'Ir;;. Mary: Kelleher, W. last year. This year it will be $",O. I i, Total... ... .. .. ... .-*4i, jsnii7,-10Imorea'll' i; W. J. & B. FORBES. .9 : :'f 1 \
$ i
.1 and John! C. Sheehan of The question of employing an assistant I I in Ten Years. '; F,

. .'. t ,irk county, Ireland, Jerry I II' ... .. .. ...... ... ,
. county physician to look out 'Real Estate ..... .. .. .. I mMiiiij i ii
..i Ui,<-tnu and Harbor Ma j Personal_ ..... ..... ..... ..... ... .... 1..." w 1 OPERAIioUSE 1- If You Buy Th"u-a-t: tle, n.*t ->n Sh>.' Smre: : They are Oood I i I I
-lfo""IUI: of this city. for and detect infectious or contagions -' Railroads< and telegraph ..... iTi.afti toJ Ii

o diseases was discussed, but action ---- i

: Id- Lire In 1', rll. J I Total.... ..... .... .... ....... jiiY.I:1J; :: uo I ._....__.... ._. .. ._ ... _______
was postponed till the regular; I I i

.. -!wii---'! !! \lfrt-d I Ito ha: Vi1'Dllf 15 ", tlf all WI'I-I t.. meeting next Tuesday night ;;! the An increase interesting in valuation comparison this is year that '!'EhGAG MENr rHRA03DINABY $ FALL DAYSARE .$ 111fr

i v Inii uf\i z- rttid a Tax Collector A. H, D'Alembertefiled I ,
., k 1.1 ma.: !I.. life biiidcn.. I over last is almost equal to the total I COMING. ; # ;
I In 11 at.o! -It'ep and felt almost an interesting comparative: I I .1 I. .
II 1
.1- ii
1.6! ctricKitter: but they work- the Ulo-t lll f ofLadies' .
up-to-date IIi
IA.'w I decade: from lt>:90\ to l'j(0.: from which Goes Like lint Cnkp I
:: :' ;II'like\ a top, '
. I
it: .illyt''.lIlgo, have gained in the following is extracted : "The fastest selHns;; article I have The New Century Attraction, .
.*td njoy hard work" in my store" writes druggist C. T. |I i Gents'and Children Shoes J{ vi:,' .1' u.; health and new'a'rk "I have collected and paid into the Smith: of Davis:: Ky., "is Dr. Kiu '" IGft i #
: -I, kl.v. ruu-down state: and county treasuries, including 1 New for & r F11k ll R l tk K C 1
pei>- i.-covery Consumption : atn: n ; : ever een; in our city. Call and see for you-elf We are anxious to show 1
i .: r..Hiii, Duly 50c at \\'. A. lands which were sold to the OousrlH and Col 1s, because: italway-i 1 line i .
'"..- :..' 121 South In .six of ', : you our J I
drug store, cure sales it'
'. -'. I.t. st-ite for iion-piiymeut of 1WO! taxe.-, has never toilet my [ years I have known it1 I :. ..............._ - hV_ J I
and on which state taxes will be paid
i to save sulfprers from Throat and i Vaudeville Between Acts ;

!'!_' Pen-acula. through! process of redemption, !'Js.)3) ', Lung di-eae?, who could get no' M

per cent of the actual: amount i.f help'from doctors or any remedy." i ]!EA1>E1> 11V Boston Shoe Store 1))
': Mothers rely on it, bet physicians: j i
communication tixes lawfully assessed: ( poll taxes '
T special
1 prescribe it and \V. A. D'Alemberte I i Whirl !
Madison Square Cycle
Lod/e No I''
V .f Kscambin l h. and licenses not included I deducting 121 :South; 1'alafox
.'-\1. "'. and A. :M., 7:30 p. in., lauds sold to state for taxes. -ati-faction or refunds street price.guarantees Trial The Salaried Caate of !! NATHAN <;. rmriiimiit" ; : i'n..iiH; <'''. ,
(/ Oct. 10. Work Highest "
A' in
I. I I'Friday:. A. degree. Visiting This will make the collection for U.bottles free. Regular size .ioj' and II any Repertoire Company: ever in ';Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. I j'I ', : I ) li lii j

brethren are cordially in- actual cash, its+ 08 per cent. -- the South. I i

ilAUKVV.. (}I1J153 :See. I "For your consideration: I submit I I'

( I k F"H.ER, W. ;M.ViinltoTraplrrK.. I a comparative statement of the tax: lU'DWKIrfKIl.( : 10, 20 and 30c. LAST CHEAP EXCURSION .. NOTICE OF ELECTION. .j'I!
-- 1 It th! '"h.nttof; F.-tamhial'uunlyN'ateof f
years 1&!1\J and 1'JOO!/ showing an increase I Get :Seats' Earlv. jolt/red. i
Big Peu-acoli. I THIS YEARi 1 .
\ \ f: .t kl1UlIon Ibllt J. II Clay l'rIIIord. !1 I
1/ .
uf fijI33.; being lo.Wper cent I !-!,>,'rtt.H.tal nt tb.. Ntatr ut Florida. t '
\. .;tl input incident to travel iu ten year, on real (estate personal Two Nights and Two Matinees .... _-"Ii. dn'r.'bvg'lrnntlerthat[ a I.GFSFH.I. :" j .- :
1 i! ii'iiige::- on diarrnoen of food! and and water for property and railroad: and telegraph THE WEATHER !i I :I ..pI ;: .::1 r-"t. ,i. will, b.. h"d: ;I.. E"I.ranblar'mintF-e'tateof F.LEC1'I'IN: : t.I 'I

It i is notable that the -. r t. 1-10111'1.,. ull 'fu..cI.&y steal succ. ritumg the .I ,
I '.' oKBshouM leave home companies. : i! .f.."" _"" -';: ... [ ,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 'I ,.._ J_ :er.1 Stun 1 tv III uvt'jb..r, .t. 0. I'r thtlI 11 )
S 1 j. ,
i bottle of Chamberl.iin'-i personal property in the county has I :t" S' I siud 7U ',.101l the i.FoUFTH ?
d!.'ra and Diarrhoea JxPin- .. : '" ,::, .. .f :c.tI I. \\' i1FNOVEtINFalt. it I .
and 14. _
iucrea-ed less than 1 per cent., while i TO-DAYi i i Oct. 13 i ;;.u -.II! -Ill' all\ aud
by druggist I .
; : er.omal 1/1lrlcl of t'llrld, i
to time
.I!h.tlerh :. real estate: shows an increase of 17 I I, : ..i treenville and ]Limit.ruutrryMondav.O ..ll/hih.lul/.rtll..I.IlIIt'dSt..t.! ...t'lfly- .. I ; ,

per cent and railroad and telegraph ; and Miller's Comedians ,-t11brr21.:! .I For ,,e4tary l.r !state 0' the litale ofFlorida. t J
I r.l'DWKISEK.ATTENTION: \ : 32 cent. I Saylor, [ leaving Union dVpnt Mord, iv mornUK I .. 1l >
companies per Local. t'ort'CIl't-t'alr. tonight ROil Weclncs- FM I onotrol.r: of the :Otat. of Florida t
'I \ at J 11:311 I :: ) "II OrU' the :
Incr.-ii-f in 'tlCrt'gBtt'alua.- -IX-: Court : i
[ day; light north to eau wiiiJb. 0 <
tion in ten years . .. .. 15 tin per centIncrease round trip! ?2 --t\\ FromCant'inui'-t.t the I"tl\l" of t lur..",. f'.\
!'laud Centurystns 1'en-iucol'i.! I For two KhllrlJlid I.'ommlsiolleu 01 tb. -\
VOTERS! I in county tat, gen- I Temperature in Last 24 Hours: Hta'" hr n"rld... I .
; ... .. ...HOYT'S- Returning l-;.ve Montgomery ;I tor "tit.ulOtor for < 1
ral fund, in ten years 15'; per cent ) t+liatorl" :
Minimum <;\',1t'jlrt'1'6i Wednesday bight; at !*:.';(> o'clock OlstrlC! ur thh rude 0' "flunda .j
IIh'r..a1Il1011;;?r"latl' amount j i Minimum ... ... .... 5:.' driretst TWO GP.KATKST FLAYS,, sharp. CnfJ"eand refre-fhmeutp will I .Fur two :\t"lIIb, "r the Hru... of I'.pr ;! t 1 '
: iif county tateb .. .... .._. 't.47percent : .. .ntAItf'f tb. "tate vf t torlda> i
bo i-erved on train gong and return- I, >.t\f\, r
The law provides that lit-cn-iisf iu aggregate mount t Temperature Elsewhere : I Ii i ti----r. '.
I' A In New York in;'. I I t'ur Tilt 'oll..ctur \. ; 4I
ol stale taxes ... '_... :5.7i per cent"It I I MAT. :'olin'|' Stranger Fu I'. 1 .
i .u Sty r""lrer.
l'urcha tickets
at tickn OmCEI ;
11 taxes must be paid will be noted that in ISiXJ! these i 1 \tlanta: *> 41 i I For further information Fur nv.I r.'ountyCommisMlonar,. !1 I
, Ki'inarok 70 :n apply to I For I '
;i or before Oct. 11 I was no a*es-ment; for fine and forfeiture Chicago ... .. .. .. .... ..... .. 13'l 4'1 AM' j ROUT. KISt; or {I or Public tlH.InstructH.n.memh.r. CJ' the ounty Board '

. fund for criminal prosecution.Thi ', Galveston Cincinnati_.._._._ 71 W ;M u i II A Trip to Chinatown. I 1'.1nnf.\S, I following Fur! J uuce J 01 the l"mel In and for the 'i "1 e
; "Blleo Di.triub via
i-0:? or voter will be I -* fact alone would account for Huron ._.....7- SH I Excursion Managers. No. L ; j li.i iN
a .... ...._._ .... I 9 J "
Jacksonville Ti 12Knnsna : I i j The excursion to llirmin.ham: wil:l o. ..
;i. qualified from votiiti 1 urge proportion of the a.,. regate in- L ity .._.?. .._7i:: *Sj Sensational Prices I' not be run on account Itf the strike.l'Ilf Forrorrtabi.! In and for the IOlJwlng .f, ml!
j ....._. "
I Key West M "-'di Justice HItrlCU, .Iz: I "
j crea-f iu the county taxes i lit i. .
l at the general eleci"n Mfinplm TH I I :-io.l.
1 Mobile Til 5J Matinee : :20 :and 3I>c. No.5.
I in November also |' The comparative statement fur the Montgomery UK seNew 1 Night : 10, 20, :3U iiid 50c.NO o.1. INoll. i 1 1oS :
Orleans 7n :t I ,
I' "0 111' I
years ly.toand I':**) !shows the following i New York ,;* r>i .
: the ....... I HIGHER.Monday I I
city election next I Savannah "_.7* 5-t : The trl'OIIUII .r ter ,8hE-rll' 1 Is Called to :
: ': St.: Louts: 7: IiI tu. law requiring them to cau.e a notice 01 I f
'une. I A..%-t.sftl Valuation in 1H1)O. t I : Night i and Matinee: In. aId d..etloQ publt.h..d 10 a newspaper : "
I prlol.d III lit. county if there be a i! if 'I '
I A. H. D'Alemberte Knal estate ..... .... I:!.,"I..W I 111fraouul : Have you smoked a Hudgios cirar! ? I "A Stranger: in New York." paper In for county If the b. no \'' t s

. .. ... ." !*>; .I''iv' __ Tuesday: Night and Matinee : I 1 ''I'a-I Ave 'opf' of tbls notice to be Plt..d ij

Tax Collector Eseanl1bia ."w Hulroal1- and tole.:rapli --aces! '.;]-Ot\> i UUDWEISER.Mrs. I: "A Trip to Chinatown." I SCHOOL BOOKS ij ijI lu II' the T..UluIJny mo.t iatf I In h..v"b"r.uot08e'the county. II ..\ .

County. Total .... tl.itw.-71 i.' .. Bowers will .open a dressmaking I!! I t r. ..1 of lilY hi-p-for b..I..1.Crete th.and or IOJ1K"d Florida th-Great, at TaUa-Neal I ,I i

BAKI1ANCAS Fla. IIIPital, this the drn : ;
I 1 : :Sept.
departmc tit in connectionwith FORT de> 01 :-"P''II.r.\! 0. r l r.!. 1 I ;
: 1902 Sealed Proposal, in n. '.L.\\ 1.1..OUD, .
1I1\UQL\lrrlrs: : FOr her millinery on the lath: ofj I triplicate, will be received until I AND EVERYTHINGELSE [ 1'I"'ret..ry of elate. 'I, ;: t

j October. A first-class dress maker j 11:30 a. m. Oct. 2S. 19 r2, for Water I REQUIRED IN .co tOU"I G'orle)'. E. 9milh. Chenff! a.7va"IjIJJ Becambla ,,'f I J ;. ;

. SCHOOL BOOKS will be in charge. i i and Sewer System Fort McRee, .J
'I Fla. U. S. reserves right to { "
: I II reject The f1nf't! line of Uubrftl1a in the i! f \.
K HAVE THE LARGEST, TO PEXSA- i or accept any or all proposals or any ,
: TOCK EVER BROUGHT : :I Intl.lble. city ie.t J. I. "'t..phell. Go look "

COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. I I Mand-I think that It Is just too hori ;:; on part application.thereof. Information Envelopes furnished contain- School RoomI at them .. _ __ '

i: rid for anything. Here I've been stand- \ lug; ropoaU should be marked 'I 0\\''\1. tot If Htt:.. NalttiF;?. 'Itep'.rteml

r .GEM BOOK STORE. |;,: ins over the side of the vessel for half I II [ "Proposals for Water and Sewer 1 .
I IE I,I an hour and can't see it. 1 System, addressed; ; W. E. COLE Q I Dally for lbe News h1

E f '|I Ruby-Can't see what, my dear? M. 2'J5-lt&2ijo2t I () Union 'l'a,1 ytore* Co I f I
apete: Line of :School, .
SuppleTablets, Pencil Penholders Etc. I
Maud the The : posit!
-Why. equator.
r ;, captain I WW ..... .-. tm mar H..__..._..._. U 05 i
I SEE ME AND: SAVE MONEY. j said! we were crossing It. i Foley's Honey and Tar NfJ.. ... .. 'Iii (;. ... ... 1.0 J

i I i iI I No opiates. V -_ .. ... 510 F..__ ._. 1 >Ti
i I Big Pensacola for the pipe or ci:- Y 3.11 t: I a21 ': ( s

CHAS. R. JOHNSON garette.: Garden hose ai the Willis I wr 8T0REI f. It.... .. ... !. "'", 0 125 i I II I'

J1H SOl'TH I'AI I 4.b4-IOW 125

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Nasal tlY\: 1/ I is BIiSS lI .: i ...'.'. ., .... '"
Were1gran I ce "- "' ......\ .
''CATARRH "i... .. I ",
la In Its eta;;t- fare IahOlJd '
", JI Original! ] .u
be tie= :8. )
EtJrgL'1'cam.aTae t:. {..f;r A ;:, "II;: u...ii -t
',ear L ,, /..L-... the I LtLa of a Lou *. 1:1 the counirj,

s i\ initcnn .. 'J';'. ,) t.... aiii.r,'<1 the chi-erful Jiiii-t-arance of the
.- ?- ..-' '"
\{ \I "... LiKxkt-J and admittedly
L '" 1" f.l.uitbtn was
d ... : ril
sal a c Jim Dumps an automobile bought
an olllllian.
at.Cream li.ilm- ;. "N .,, !Ic:' the ",) rpresd3 "You tire Deacon JKrivale, arc you /L i ( Which didn't auto as it ought '

over the icPiub'u.3: vial ., a.,.: ,, i. K': c'.a :j- hot T asked the visitor.Speak d No skill could keep it in repair, ."

mete and acrefuIc.. I :ac.: -c-t'i -i / And bills increased poor Jim's despair.
loudtr. I Lard of LearIE
am -
tat produce ( :/.nL.-pee.. ;5. c-:.'s >: iJr ,;- o Such trials now glance off from him,
r / Sa", 10 fen'lyU't.! -
\: ; "
i 1,r. Y lIRO'f1E"hrrell. !>"'*"'. N'c* York Are you lIt:ac.n Mcrirale the ( For "Force" has mado him "Sunny Jim. "
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questioner repeated raKiag Lis voice. %

;" HOT FROM THE FRONT. Mill Le was unheard and shouted the : '

question in the tuna's (Ill'. :

r* War Corre"iondeut and Hit Morj "Yts; my name's I 'fi\'ae." '

ol a Great Cent.Newsgatherin. You Lad a son, Edgar, who ran

;: ., fi_:'ating. is therreiwudeut. away Ilnl1"I I ) // '

j trade of the war ,.. Rut "U'lsar"' : What
", 4 Jit ia news at :ti.jfineanpnincd.tatid.\ ja'r.onal verb and a IMsar'r" ;, 4 16
a 'a :: I |IwnisDi often S'Ji'5 "I an IMgarV"Yoj -

t .with tae ,.t'Lu.n' ;,' of it. Edgar: : Can It be that ny BOO I, FORCE"

One iMirn.ii:: alt,'r the siege of Paris.jjtvben has come Lome to l e with me duringthe

i.niitj \\.s l.flit-ved iu London : last few years I have to live?" ;

tab still in the' handy of th,. com- "I was going to say that I an Kd- .

| mune. .vi: .111"11 Muuiuson.. manager of eu's"-; 'I'1e f..JI.orve: Ctf.ilthe
S the I ly :Ni-v. > .if London reached "My toy: My boy!" sobbed the old

R his or. to land the! late Archibald man failing on the stranger's neck.

For'"s Iuti0' ''.! ti'flour! a-1.l *p, hishehl Meanwhile the two had drifted from I
while the hall into the living room. As the f
i'i a | "- ire dif<-tnr\, I
: vLMt'ir loin..'d the old man's alKtuAcr !!-
the p 'I> x.i'it i!.rd 'i tt ul'k mi h a UV T
1 Ii a door oprned and he :aw the fact
neat ." '.i't. i't.! 'rv "I i' ir.= I
: 11 !1 l.n...t \ !\ '." ''I',i l.oil Of a i.d n::ure ''t" a }'ou ;; girl ou tlifthn'hud. :
Iii ,1
E. the oIa.. c.;' the r : :..un.'. The situation was awk. I
!. The deacon did hot see the girl express route to
i > had f I 1.- i fr .n i DOV. wan '
... < r hear Lvr. !She 1o",1".d at the new- health and '
B r) ilY !; (' -. :-r: .J..B! < vigor. '

: Itot ,.' ,, ti iw Pt. ,; ..ii tn-e'i > "s' r f<>r an e\iila! nation.

IJ I ;U1 tr.;:, .1 t: d" .1 try h. .,nl otint "lit- think I'm Edwir; ," h.. s.i'l.A .

U tJ! ., rribb. .i: ::. : ::.' \..rnc.wh ijui. k intelligence passed our the

.p!.. I.I.,.ua \\ ;.... ;' : PrelteJ : jz.rl's; fre."l'ou't .
:I.; J I D I i..m..ri,' ", : \.l'" mpIal/lt.: try to dfsal'tt44> hi! mir.d,"

W:1 tm! tini' \v- ... 'hrirI.n,: fUI t-U'! ..tid. "He has been talUins of my f tip

p' .'.-F.. r '--. ;,ml in i'ii i '" JitMr. Ilad. "l-rothi-r! continually of 1 lt{.. His mi.- r k.
;:: slat t' :'': qde.J\ 01 1 l!"it ::lIt'rT"jOIl 11lliay\ turn out a fortunate one. .

,i. and ",!.I ,,'.1\'' x.In. !"licil Ii.!! '.- story Tic.-; was a great relief to the sup' i Swett, crisp Canes of wheat and malt-eaten cold. !J' '

'. ':,f:}:-I \\'fl tagg..n,1.: jii.M-d" sou. Now that tLe responsibility -

[ii I 6 "\Vifii: F'.I'l>o,s waken d from his! was ou another lie resigned! himselfto

E v EiuuiU'r amid all this: fiirnnJl what a play his part. i

j : j FjXH-ta'lf! ll> w i'1': Ills;: tare was black :, "Father forgive me," he said, with : ( th OT

{jr:1t' with |I'u1\0 i t.'r. 1 I. ; ejes rod and inflaiued. feigned emotion. i I

L his rl.aLes unitt'-d:: with day I I The old man raised his head and vats'';Ii II i
,; and ili-t. In- \. :.ia dre.idful picture.He his daughter. .I db cp

.J'; .1'1 h io bn9! <. 01111'1.11"1| to assist the "Emily," ho cried, "Edgar, your :. Sa.ves Him $7.50 a.! Mor I iH."Belnj } 4/1..t y

t fomiuiiniAii iu iI! f" riding a triangular brother has returned to us!" :; a railroader, I am away from home every nlcbt! I used to pay fifteen cents for my tniJrlslt I-S '

.", f:11'f': iii'oii' w L.! i L! three: Viadm ents here was a new embarrassmeut. lunch. Now I carry a paekasre Force' with me ou the train. By paying five cents for cream, Q fl
.r 1 Lava a delightful: supper and save un cccw;! on each lunch. I also have a pac'kase at the end of my rna 1
of tne Verc.'ill: tr-iop* were firing, Any brother returning from a long abbencc at the Y. XL C. X rooms and breakfast in the same way. 'Force1 therefore cites me better mea:s.

and -tii-ily! taught: the citizens would naturally take his sister 15 and saves: ne twenty cents a Uay. A. U. GALE, Pullman Conductor t f f if G 5

how to build i a Kirrii'adi1." in his arms for an affectionate eruAnv -

i liv aid of II'BUmIIi -juit,.h'S nd- i br'tre. ____.. sister would__._ naturally. fiv_.

j .[ Cre->e'l to {.(/I tI iratville and the 1 to the arm, of her brother Yet these -

.I lnce'II. Fuilis cH-aixd from this I Ir.f two stood apart. I.lljbll'tin/r flic Minister. !!I

., Ihn ait'iilnu; t! ::)i''U'I an i wrote all the "Daughter," said the old man severely A Sonllrn Fntrail. "We are going; to have pie for dinner TIME TABLE.
: I\ ". :WilY t'i :,;-d ln-ii: tl.e! 1 solitaryC I "I have forgiven Edgar. It I in myuh The ImlnIllln'Hil"! ;' shoriM avoida ," said Bobby to the minister. I'

i' <5 pis M.-'T ou tiif n.:111'.at.louth's: : that! you trt'i''unle: him ItS t lie for sheiwou1. "Indeedi": laughed! the clergyman
t 0- a wet spot on the lavement or
C8mp.IL.un.; ; 1'l.viiurioii'i Edgar adiauced |tcnitintly amused! at the little boy's artlessness. .
Er .tT I'E'E"IIEH: : 1. 1\fOI
j a ('Li! '! draft f"'>m a win.loHe is a
nUll gently putting his arms "And what kind of pie. Hobby

I ; a: Tl.<- Ipolosy v>';1, Mill \\'f'r" :i Unit! the :girl, who blushed rid as a bar-'.i. uni.appy m- n. the center of a "It's a new kind. Ma was talking New O..hHH1'i. and Mebilo.No. .

| l 'll A I i'. !::1II1,1"1'! ". !I.i: \isited ih! !.-' 1"'..... l i-d h..r. cold over. Mid the amenities of life this morning about pa bringing you to --- ----- ---- -- - --

.. t' .i! !I': "..' are removed from hint lie is a soulless .& So.,. <;o. I No S. No.1. i :;o'
1111' KI.I-.MO. ci1-\ he
t f itt : !i. night i.ftt-r the old man had dinner so often itiui pa said didn't .. I .'
7I5a 12:1;; m Ilh p !(oaV Pf' llienli.Arrlv 5:1.1. ':tA) p
.. ;. Iyn i. i: '. a',,I .1.';' I'll: : -t :ironto h.d. thankfulness in his heart !satrap a slider of hope and enthusiasm care what she thuuht.; nUll ma saiJshc't. $:5u a 2:2'1 p III a L"lnt' .... j-'lomatoD ..... L-av. ::t'i. 2:50! P PI"1 .5 ,
.t, .1) 111 .. .1111I:11..- ( ', .101 j 11..11 .' II' :.t the return of his on. the stranger with one eye on the facts male him eat humble pie before lI.W. iP: ,I 2:5 a L..a.e..lobll.Lt-ave 12\D't12.llln I, f I
ssaap: 7180. Lesys..yPW 1'11'011 Lease 7\ .
the other his ...
1:1 t 1111.,1 I Io"t' .. -,"I' of the day and n job. :==
: f I tc'.il! Emily Minute the story' he had the day was over and I suppose were I
.. If leave little work of
1 \1.') iu.\\ j 'i4 tut 1.'l ,'. 'rie.l: to tell her fathw. Lduar Meri- you your going: to hay it for dinner. North."lo. .
tr' ,, : ':" hi'" II .:' tuband Frank Tucker were joint prosp'dOI'5 art in his hands he will lose it in his I

'J trite3UIt!'-. -tin r.y in Colorado. Having acquired pigpen of a sanctum and sick the t. So. t. I So. 1 ,.. r
"1'" they! treat ,\.11 doorlioy or the office rat at you when I SPENT MORE THAN $1.000. I 11:05p m I; pm L..ave.... 1'e n.acula .Arrive ':lII P m .':.r 11'1.Iliam .
valuable mine, it was decided that : :51pm Arr've..Moct,om'-ryt."aye l1Sam! ar:.
; it \V. W. JUker of Plainview, Xeb., .pll1t':1
he un- .
print ,
II \ '" Tnd.,0:1101 1 east and organize a you may : am +anpm \lrn. fSllmlQ nam _.L""vt' !:warn! 4. ':, P r.?
:: I
go ..
"I'" I nt' fl' 'd I' IIA wittinely: uutiluted: and unsigned, and writes : "My wife suffered from 7:35pm :iIi a m : Arrive..NaaivIIe: _.. .1.'". .. .
} \ t.. u-.irk it. Just b('fore Tucker ... ... ..
.. co %:!Jam -aam! Arrive .I.nualyihIP I.rav 8I:> pm "'a !T.
"y. l j.. '. M.-e[ died having charged if he thinks to send you a check will lung trouble for fifteen years. She I 7oJam Utica: m Arrve..Cincinnati.: _. LeanOai'pm: I I': I'r'p

,1' :H'I' 1 f\1 .p-; ; hi : : .i r to the news to his fa- pay less than for an acf-ontit of a fire tried a Lumber doctors and spent iIB"!__ ta p m__ Arrty'-._ I"l.l.oUI" 1.8\' I ':15pm T.PEN

tin I'. him 11-0 .1' j'I- .... t:. i. -t.Kinily: dar d not nt or a prizetIgkt.-Saturday Evening overflow without relief. She became ACOLA AND RIVER JUliCfION.o. .
." Post.
oat, "1 q Lr.r' r. I"|it .. ."lure it to her father. She very low and lot all hope. A J : iI-Vail So 1I-lJall) i 'o top III'b..rt! ante not bo1\'n I So. I-Da.lly Jo .. -t ...,
': Oil I ,'" fII :I.' !. I. j. '..'.it. aiUi-e: j her neighbors; oft friend recommended Foley's Honey : -. -
JOt.Holt' "Tamptre"itii ; 1i7'r.5P700 11 m Lt-ave.... .I'.nsaCOI4..Arrlve 10:0: ---p: m
I this ? pm
as ti'r ''I! and for the keep and Tar and thanks to great .. ........ '
I I. ,.L..a present Kipling's written for 12:15 night 7:13": '"'' Itoh..mll1 It'7" "
"f h "1 tlrtt t1! ", 1 ,' :,. lyard u-ises i remedy saved her life. She enjoys Ii::!!) 1'18" .. ........ Yntrstra ....-.. 10:111" eV t
'I I I -tC it fir Philip Birw-.Jone striking p:1lntI I better health than she has 12'4":! 7:1 9 .. __.....Jl:9c.mbll1.: .._ u 10:11 It 5.7
t'r' 101 Irr '' w 'l isn.. f. s.fful In his!' J'\\<\- Inz "The Vampire" terthe result of'' U.IIIi" 7t5" .. ........_. Mulat ......_. JII::'!! f-
I .1I1In1.. r" I.,. .. i.-.i 1 1ra,; iii.iking pitparati : known in ten y-ar- I:fine uhsti-- 12:""a 7:28" .. ... ..... Harp ..... If':2l" 5.3
....,... ''' .. ,0/' in! ; ; much !lal'or and persistent i pursuit of an I luteV., A. D'Aiemberte: 1.1 S. It ro" 1:81" ......... GaitCnty..""'_ 10.11" 57
.t 'n h ,r. f ,r the wett. One even- idea that had long proved quite: elusive.When I Palaf. street. n'-ss 13V" ._........ aititon... .. I lu.I\I" 6'IR
,t I II "III : I .1 ; M-l mule entered the living a m ...n" m" Good Range .... I I 4 '
I It i
: : 'r. I I' 11 ., i it was fiiiNlud and Rune.Ioiesexpn'SsiHl t.5Ii" 8:16" .......... Hl'lti ._ ... "I a'?5" t. :
... n .! :'i- ly to tind Eiully in Tuck- obligation for it. Kipl'tig+ :: O A. JS T O ::1.:X A.. !:10'! It lUll" .. ....._.llilltg.n ....- V1": '.11
;! .1 i It... : ::.:. :311" 950 ......."l'rtltView...._.. :Ia" ':"0
;! ,' -- ,1 i wrote a delightful letter 11''sI.millg.I 5arsthe iCah.riYsiHate 'laatv&rc ( 8100" !!:56" II ........D fer Land ....._ I N:55 a'.wt
f 1 t > f I! ., i i i' I'll"i! he said at church so- him with the eop'right."I'hc;: : verses >!taitC.: 9 # I 1:28" 8:10" .. :Ko'ay U.s: .". .. H.l':
: (" i : <'.t iiening! "what broth- .' i ':011" 1IIIi" aelaniakhprlajL tt Na' : i
; f: a .1' 'A. for 'The'umpirt', he wrote, "which 4f (/ { 4t 4:15 It 8:" II ... ...... Argyle ....._ in" ; ,I
i1 !' I 1.11.: i; love there! is betweenn we will; ('nll'atul"'rr '. me your prop t .:to' II:'! .....ponee de Leon.._ 1Io" : :\i
..u il I I.:i-t uiuut the y1 \I'e ilramatie'em. 6:00" 10:10' -.Westvlile....._ 7:1 "' I Y
." ,i ,,, 1 ki- erty. So if any o'e: wants io : : fI.Iij" )OU' .. ..... C&l''Vllle....._. TL' I'.r
., i ."d j i I'l 1 s oJ; i I" fa himK'tig' 11': + etrb'tu, set, Vii to uiti:". pa'nt If !JOlt foam a good Bed-I 5.a5 loT) .It _"._._BODlfay."...._ 8:66" I :i
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of freshly! e'tt. __...... .. "
''I i ;l' il !.ecu a pair blue! translate Ym i' to \;""", 10.1" .. hlpley ._. II'IT" 1. 4
!n-t tl. '...l {-m sky : stead nice Crib for the : 6111" 11:1)7" _......CottGodal ...._ It 1I:1H" L. .- : ,1
'. I.i : :.,!. < :I' LI'; I' t'e'iic'! or Hittite, UM- 'eni fry linir:! dye or a T:'.J lItl .. ....atarlanna ... 1Ili I': '. ..
'I\ i:1'c '. I is c"l: ': :1 i atV What was to or I o ; babf5'o to MaratonQuina's. (5'i \ 11 :r.t.: .....6rand Rldge.._ a 5,, 2" 11 _.j
; ,t't' .' : r iu th" of ttc"1:1'1' hymn }ou must dial with man." 7ft: $ "' 1211I noon .... .. Ballads ...... 6: l" I .-. .
1 II' i.i!!. ': Aft r lon!, t!I. liberation: they I I 1i:1i. 12lIi II ArrveRve! "inntlunLea9P fiI.. I.. '
", ;, ,. 'I-! I : ; 1
i.i il to lie iii'.ati-ly uuiriied! and. W'I __
'. niqne.A I
1jk V V VVVVV -
1'0' 'o.! 111 ; I --
t- i.r'! ; the old man that Edgar desired Cliieagoan hid been ten: nrot: d '1
t.: n : '110! :.r > '
!1.- ...-t, I" t'i go west with him, take Boston all day to observe her bulw':u !Us. ;
'b! !.- ''l'' I
,, I W.I 1 It t., i 1 : 1
t.i'-.r: : iteiiartuu-! ,>ilivr. failed exhibit of \\*.,- Curse The Star
art ,i'!,':." i I f 'I" i i. .wl'"I'. i but had to any vsymptoais I' Laundry
II11" nut ni iM! sis which ne
of arc
in;; ..IUiI' ) IM".I.,>. i II j'"I",1: d.-xi .- naraly ,
trite an act that must be known toi1l to the Botoninn mind. II'
'. tl.ty (111. ceptable I
to : : ln.Wt .cr. i -tie! (11'DRINK
i' oft It
k thf! world SUM one person and he "Now confesc," said the Itostonian
,, thero ot Xau. ::, I> I\l w.i oiunuii the I Biggest Busiest Best !
but place
i hurled -.f ne.irt--t relationship Lest after the burden and heat of te! ,
tij; lal.nii.le. tug, .. l h. tt's
,-,1 smnll, and everyone thought it : ,,
tx .+ Ii it or the w.ilband instantly day "isn't Ho'ton a unique town} I ---- ---
a killod.Thnnk. troth be a pity to break the news of "I'nlqne?" mused the westerner "I tJ

Eduar's death to the old man Le supjtoring believe that word i is derived from two
.. I" li.' \i.nle. !Shy'. Clntlifil. had home to him I TKEH B\ I -1
his couie
; Latin word<-uuus, one and eijuus.torse. .
I Tl'ss-1 d.; t.-..t :iili's.| | 'jouV : it uiiide Eiuilj's heart bleed to kaIIIT \* r R a TliTk
k I think Boston ii: a unique WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Jt'ss-Oi>. !:lt I'r.tlull': I put on a father alone, but there was no way town." I ,

nkv new ;..i.\.i 1 I 1'1:1 t'.iaiikntl! that there : to avoid doing so except by a confer x",1-,r. Inn I., ,,",? :,. .0, ./ I
... .
i was: an 1t1'I'I"| i II ; Ere in tat.- 1'lnladel i : I-!on. The couple were married iu the The Cnt. irut>'rl.u.or.Of', f ittiitiit i nlit itt i .w. ( I I Ii

;f. ,'' phi 1'nio I dominie's study tln went borne ant An English clergyman the other day the WblteRiljbon di.eavU upp llemedy-tits lit a nleiire.inl ulcutinli 'lro"1 I $ !for Theffisolvos :

of tVornt'wood UnlH, nlietlier lh" patient 1a cot 'lrmedinelir.ate I
the father.From the
id bade adieu to preached to prisoners ,
n tippler, il'inls.r i>r I
+ n.-wart' Oiitliiicii's fnr Catauh hat I I their! western home they wrot Scrubbs prison: in support of tho drunkard ImpoMblvfnr nmt.n.. t t i rVV .. 2
,, J We let the Shirts C .
f'a ("ill ain Mil ujj.AS '. I I the deacon that the mine was don; Church Society Per the Promotion of Bpp-tite fir alTiholte n.j or- alter -iii1t'httr ,{ .
!,. U libon Keimdv.I ai.d Culls we launder peak !
will surly\ iliMr.iy the famously and as soon as its success! Kindness ton!mlll3. lie announced .tr..d liy 'll'lI1lj.'I'; i'lV. F T I
,; .ii'rcury: was assured' thy would bring him out that the cat was pre-eminently the !Mr. Mnorelpress: mperinti-nd.; u' W.I-. ; tl.euiselres.! They will talk 1 I. u I

I i. seu' e of smell ami c-iuipleteiy de- to join them or return to him. Ilii friend of the poor man and further mane IUT".I'alfnrnIB.Cbrl-IiBn Teinperncce ante: "I I hax.t'iitm sn-il .- .L=s -.- -- loIU'! : we can. We want to be 'J1.I i t.p

t ratiire: the whole sy-tetn;; wll11 tuterin it'ihlorwee much interested' itberiug i-tnted that it was specially deserving I I II Wbtt.thIOD Remedy 1)11 verv mm :'it.drunkard / s -1 lIJ..r.- by the work we do tt!. i:. t.'
juifacfSuch -, and ilicciire> liave h.-.'u iiuu\ --
r ; it through; the mucous the old man talk about bhrhludren's ; I of consideration because it was weaker i In ninny cases tbe \"mkd was gr\. .,.. wt./ .tt we sav.: ,
r articles ;shoukl; never be used and 1 ciie..rf.illy rei1 ininiend a'1 1-
affection for each other-sjTfat < I than man was useful to man cretly. .
.lor w'ait'Itp.b"n 1:. in-.lj M-nil. r-of
I' =
exct lit on pre.crij>tions from repntabli in fact as to render them iiiMparabli could feel like man. lour t"nifii nredr-ligUted to rtiirl ai nmiomicnl I I

cj pltysiciati'. as the damage they *. Hut as time passed and the an.'s work.ifeatment" lo aid u. in our ti-iuper- ALL WORK c. o. D. Gads s Called for f and Delivered FrLt.i .
the neither returned net sent for him hicouilutkd Cnrlr: Test Ifeairnhle.
t '1iillll. i i.* ten lol.l to good you I I liruiriji-nor bv mail. JI. Trial pickaxe
drive from them. to make! them a \i>it. Hi! The Fiancee-lieorge and I have never i TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
1 c-tn possibly frt-r by writing' Mrs. A. M. Townsend for
manufactured : USII'l'CUf'd one day. and his neighborat : I bad a quairel. I
Catarrh Cure,
Hall's I years secretary of a Woman's Christian
!! t+ by F. J. Chen.-y! & l'7'i.Iedo, ().. once IlIf..rr.,1'fhl'ro' he had oue. 11 t Her Friend-oh I think you oughtto .I Temperance Union'', 218 TremontSt. : WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.ESTABLISHED .

contains: \I"lI1't.CUI':11I,1 t U taken was penerally admitted in the villag: >(! have one before you are married. I ., Boston Mass. >"i .r I'ej-ni.ia. i.y I ,

m1'I' internally acting, directly upon the that the secret would be out but al I Otherwise you cart't be sure whether Hannah! Bros .'I k t'iialox -

I blood and tnuconuiface of the hoped that the stock would not breal, you are going to have your own way !

;l1 system In buying Hall's Catarrh I the oM man's Leart. In a few weekit !I or not-Judge. i 1862.

i 1. Cure be sure you get the genuine. was announced that he had returned I DR. KING'S
and i i" nude
It istaken internally in II
I to g' Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. The first person to meet hm! was th, tine PreJIcnniont. TRY McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
t, t; Testimonial;: free. I dominie.: "I notice that the landlady only help I
ked the Latter, to the scraps" whispered the new o -ri: & L&JLI in- 0
jpB Sold by Druggists price ;;)c "Well deacon a I FOR THAT COLD.
per bottle. I "have 'fOUisit the ruua WJlYS';" '. toar t'r.: "Why don't you leave

Hall's Familv Pill are the best. I "Yes," replied: the deacon "and foun] "I can't" responded the meek man. i TAKE NO "SUBSTITUTE.I Ship Chandlery and General Nardcuare4

them prompt'rous and happy. But ns.- "You see, I am the landlady's bus- Cures Consumption.Coughs, .
I ture will have its way. Emily t,(J I baad.-Cleveland: Plain Dealer. I 80S AND 805 8. PALAI-'OX 8TUEET.
a l'nnwl.:1Cy.The Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma ,
: make: up for her sacrifice in .t\"otin; i .A.GENOY- ..

of offering andersiguedtakes"her: services this method as a her life to her brother has adopted thprettiest .e Nodanserof consumption if you : PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-( REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'3 SOJiS CO.'H

v first-class 'licensed midwife, having : baby you ever saw.' nse:Foley's Honey and Tar to cure risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL A SON'S PCMPH.eimi .

had 35 years experience 1 A few months! later the deacon diet; I. that stubborn cough. W. A. D'Al- Sore Throat and
j I Croup Scrdiii hit!:, Ills Itatlet! lestriBists Chris liekin thin
2 Can give best of references from i happy In Us children's happiness. Tb l' etnberte,121 ::: Palafox. I ,

Y leading physicians of this city. I, funeral sermon bore upon doing; ev:i1 i WhoopiCough. COMPASSES. LOGS, ETa

IM' MRS. M OiPDES", that good may Foley's Honeyed Tar NO CURE. NO PAY. C. McKenzie Oertlng Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent As;,

flU 111 South::; DeVilliera St. i come.MIRIAM BAYNE. cures colds, prevents pneumonia J Pric 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. elation.


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A Little 3U.ondt'utandIDI'I'. How New fork Sl rpl. I ---- :It I f Fl !

ChildrenAll Soon after the convening of a new New York Is a city of infinite variety I

session of confers announcement was There are those who have beds with fI r.

stomach and bowel troubles In child or adult art made of the approaching\ marriage of out sleep and those who sleep without I I ..

# *, due to a single cause-Indl e tlon. Ansnl. :MeCook, Tito was then secretary beds. Three thousand of her wiiitei I ff

Flux, colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and of the senate. A subscriptionwas \ residents slumber In the cradles of the t

all complaintsof like nature, are the resultof undigested IWUlt'tliatt'I.'tlrt1',1. among the canal barges that come each year from r I II Ii

tier', foods fermenting In the stomach. The only way to senators for the purchase of a wedding the canals of New York state from

l 1 1 .. prevent fever and to cure such troubles without injury present. Two or three prominent! senators the great lakes and Lake Champlain to I !

to the membranes lining the stomach is to restore volunteered! to collect the spend the winter months moored in \
: money.
3 1
perfect digestion. New York barber. In the tenement I, I .
Senator.. one of the richest wen in fey infants and Children.
/0 DOL Digests the Si'nala! at that time, was one of districts a man his wife and his four

W : What You Eat I these. or six or eight or more children sleepIn Castoria i4 a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil Paro- It 4

) la the new discovery teeing!: .'1 new senator who had notret a single room and one who .goe gone, Drops and :Soothm S) rill".. It is lt'a-ant.: It f i
Land' which cures all stomach been about the city nmls many a device fur contains neither Opium. Morphino nor other Narcotic '
lJOwC'l troubles approached:: the .
by SUhjl't.Senator .
: removing the cause. This famous slumber, and npose. On Washington sub..tautce. It de"trotSI'orn; awl allays lVirri>: hiu>ss. I I
checks X. "
fermentation went to him and said
cleanses t'V.
purifies and It Diarrliu-a rut AVind (ilie. It relieves Teething -
street on the west side, where the
.. r !!--tomacn. Kodol digests all classes of food and elves to the bait ator I'laul, I want you to give me tboStomaeh ,
r Troubles and euros Constipation! it regulates ,I t
Turks the Creeks the and
irnhnient, health and strength it contains. $_:." Assyrians
[ BmH.I.'ill and natural sleep. r
Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all the E< live to an: :: healthy I i''
Stomach Troubles. "',hat for?" demanded the new mem ryptians near neighbors a The Children's PlIIlcl'a-'l'hc JutI11'T'l'ricUtI..
.-psia. Cure U Just the tiling for dyspepsia and stomach trouble It hu ber. colony of Irish I Is a queer little oriel 4 i;

rry tar Taney a01tblnll'plslllo N. a lung SUndm- case of catarrh ot the IWm&Cbe. ."- "For McCook's wedding! present" explained :- tal hotel on the top floor of a tenement The Kind You Have Always Bough* .-; .

II'P Senator X. . .
UI'D"t.CO"1hCUre" / lilt service hou.rhold remetl for colds tilapnleon the of ,
#Gte bwncUltij. jtrlplltl, throat aDd lunjr "eouKns trunhtt It croup cure I "I'll see you iiliout it tomorrow," answered Signature ; t e

.11 fin :Sh*>t'pard, Hariris' I'harmacy Sidney Kann. Crank! with a scowl. at Work. -

I I "All riht.; :' said Snator:: X. ns he Napoleon had his particular mod of I ) 'i

:T-d: WITH A COMET. I MARCO POLO'S BOOK.It walked Senator away Wank, "but watched don't forget him until it." he not meditation in council and, he work.stayed When In his he study was, I J Jr ; #

talked to himself: and sun:; or, like: a j ;
of 1)
was out hearing, and then! turningto
V. n < a.Ntropllet'onhI Gate < n 1 n m! u* the Iden I'or IIliiYosnsi chlia. cut tu! arms of his chair then.811o.1l.'lIly ;
hU :
.r.Io"Inr.h. colleague with
I of UI".or
II :: > warmth rising! up, would give the planof I In Use For Over 30 Years. ;
liiijily improbn-
;! Europe know l but very little a monument to be erected of J
: ., tin i ,destroyed\" of eastern and unit h'a..t1'rnsll.. "Well I've hoard cf cheeky thing/ of the great military or which one "", erNT\4n pm n Mt...., starry Nrwvoa. r.t, 1 +
in life but that beats all movements P 2ES S2Egsv3ESl 1 .
my I- .
t .1' siuue bust :Many of the ii "-t learned I'II lUOrl' tcnished the' world. .
.I hint such a cunutiMeut pliers of the t-nf; taught that Asia :, What do you think! ? II1 jJ"f asked me --'- I I

xrunudMilijivt i tn, tche I eastward: ; in h! iiuitciy :m.Juo to give him S'2r:; to buy wcd.Iing:: present -' I ,-, DR. MOFFET''S : Cures C Wan-Infanta, ; :
I.enituoii Lent !:",. .
for his C'OnkXurk: Times. -
: and for I imagined that It had Ist"ruI'OI"t :t "'j< Diarrhoea.DysenUry.
nee an ( : t
1'. M, li L.fs'it be hed liy tinocean.. It -, rrnuJcin'on l'uJl.'rtUHlt -- How r; "- m the Bowel troubki: of II
\v.i> was SLriosirly ir : i
:. 01.'.'.' :. 'I tauttht tlir.i .'att'rnsia was a Xo: Rrnaon For Ot'''' f. I very plainly dot dear Lady Chta-li I I hUMFtf! e Ch.idrnotA/lyA.1l'. +'
"My darling," he exclaimed. "I would] lelRh Is dressed! i .vt ; ,kT..tTHI Aids J D ';, .Ian, Kfi-'lattj i
.oI! :he
sal }
i :
j .in.::! Mill lainl ,
if \ inhabited! ;
,.!' ( 'nYamp liy mOil po to the end of the earth! fur 'ou." 1 I l'riend-l"t's. Indeed; but you must ; to/ Aplf' }t:;:+ I'G POUJDPD") t'ie IM '\h: Strengthen ; If i
i- i :i MVii J,5
str nn.l dr.o.l.I !" This was -'
s""l''JI1s \. 11/- "h'ld!
ItI'iiI-i There was a slight while the orchestra remember it is Lent. Coos 0\) 2C.IiIS IJru.rl'! .' ant Makes t ;
: I { ..t
: .1! i pause .... > 0
j the i>jir.'i! >i that still pivvaili-il!! up to t ) J \ \ T'.ETHIXG" EASY.M ; i
.. ] rmul'in- .\c'h. \i": Yon do not meanto \ I [ ,
.. played tremulous ragtime.: .. '.
L "t lu: 'et'tl j wifh'i\: lUO! rears of the t.iac of Co- I ..,;. ......, .! ":,,-,! ur mad 1'1- I.? C J MOF'"ETT D. ST. LOUIS. MO. > '
i 11"1",1- "Supjjose" she said, 'Ol' begin your tell! me really! nni! truly dot she borrows l I TrSl'Ff1v.p'Ah.,1,T .'-.I-" :-. -., .r" 'I I' a r. .. 'I I.'-,'ullgirryou I. : !
til' I I .
I nreTvrv'U.'t.ith| \ ? i .1 1 ''i! \ \ r-., vL ,.It.| h.- had Dluch ,
her tlr"u i.''; 'Il'ul'k.I :u
travels .
i :li \ fry j i v : fi!"'p inn Vi-rit'tian nicrihnnt.Ji.f uow.-l'lltIlLul'j; Dispatch. i I I trou" ktvr'ian! ;. I .V is :r .1' .',I, ,..rat 'I' -. r. .,' '.i u i ly. I..r ..SPHtf b"'iiU I I t ;
':' .. 0 OfltHOIl iltoi'i-i'.ft i-un-l.. -I t r 1'rirrIrs.rrn, : 1 I. r.l < .' IIrl it'. v u'u->-d"'I.u'l.'d( ; .
: < s t I::.. <,i "i'- '" w. "t 0:1: a'a 1 I H-t "''oIlot.yTII.II\.I''I''t.: I .>- a.... .' h- t .. s.1rturoelDIrl.rtvLwr i: .
,1.1" y'1, !'' !!: .. "WATCH THE K1DNLYS" I ?,"" -. .r.iI'! .IUlin".t''.,- 10' .'. ,,;I.., : w. '. : 1
: :' ; 'J': < i'n'i! to t'.o' un.I' :
....u.!... ; ; I "When thfy! ar' affected, life is in 6 I tar ,- .. 1.I.\\I.H.1:: < ,,' II" n-I ; 'Tu.ivttv\U., ) Sens, {
i j.; rf \- i. Tl.i ;. were i-oiic; .juiii:: ." '/ IV .rt..s I ;
I;., j danger, says i Or .\11: ruetl'y, thearniit .
1' -
I i-. t':1; : t.1: .;r I Miiini( the >"n!! .f Ei'lHli I

1: f i l, : ,i- r Hi., '!i. :, j"'i, li' in lIall"1111': ,!
i'"r ..,11 ;i" ci !I'. '... v-; '':r: i I ii( ii full iici-ni"it, ,.r ;!! W. A. lJ'.\If-Ill Iwrt... 121: 1"'. P.lIiI log j tsystivc f Bronio=QuJnine quiets 11 =' ,"' :/ i :;
: COAL Ai\J D wa- 1 l
.- it :-.1 al I i i IU! r tr.i'i: nlnil the t'ii.iro| or'I' -trtet. { 'jo n.i'o.V tat rare a cold In oca3CBSY (:;J. = ,,, .-. QI :1j I

: [ 'C. : 'ul ;i. ',. i I !.-. I'hiac'"1 "viipt-r: iriI -- j i i

II ilivtl! |I :I.!'.! {I"l I'JI.I: !I' I'.ict that .\-.1 was 11'FIE\1'BC'1"1')5UIPIY: xl'tK; LJ JFK I JS.vKTHIS ; ; ; i I

:M. ".the! 'I I uca !hf i .1 tic CM-t hy :1 rl I.t orcau : THE NEW GRC STORE.WOYER f
I .
? .1 i : "Li";;. : \V r x nt: : TH\N: Et' );. I ii--- HASBND f
I Il.-ii: .-. r .1! (luis! 141''l/ntstinlnlln'-\ I

'i 1 \ 1 i-iiy of Ir. \\ ;iih all! :liSa t cities and its wealth ,, o-- f
.' !- .1 MM-ml, US YOUR ORDERS NC\r.L.: .
oi | rinl9! stoiips and! s-ploos.;;; ,
tt: .- friction
i- \ It from reading; this book that: WILL-
was: i i
'I l.MViCO Thompson Olson Cia .
i! I '' |i IV. cManresa
.. tlif imagination of Colnnibus was Bred, I j
,.,!! .
: iicui
n and he conceived! the! hold! idea: t>( mach :
First-Class Stock
: 0. _" 'urti'T; frotu Keeps a Complete, Up-to-Date I Street Telephone !
In? this eastern mist of Asia liy sailing 147.'J'
i 'i;; ,i", I It: I':r tlu-ir! and I Groceries.St.
toward the west around the earth. I of Fine Staple! Fancy -
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I h .t :: :Iicl-i'tnl liy I ,
IL'! tii..n'brrtt ; So when he discovered Cuba he ha ] i No 30 W. Government 5TF.I'KIMK ., Salisbury Block. \ I
not :a doubt that lie had lauded upon j

.I( f! < rd's! till it Is the const: of Asia and that lie look.>.l : : 0\K: 3U7.M : I W. B. WRIGHT<< GOfllPflflY ::1! .
."'. 1:11\:I -.ii'i! > tinu I I I' .
upon the same scones that :Marco Polo JffF1; ,
.... I
, > "' .M 1 .f nu1- i }
had guzi-d upon 00 years U-fore.

;j i .' ill.' :nf f.m::a i. rinu frlc"j. 't, : rn1"y 'Fill!' }! Uf ''Jf r mIu) n\' j': I \ : ; a fANt'FAITUREF.sANDDEALERSIN! j jIrv

-(1' ,11.1!t. 111. |Hliuiiaht i- .&n Atluinlt-fci linll. H.hY if V L 1 10n sli : -- l'I '
One cf the freaks, of the artistic! wo- LUMBER LATHS
I.nd" i i ,
WNI of lU-rlin\ is to p-t up a ball eviryj :

j. -I. -- j tv.o years called "the women painters': : ,li .. .. .. ,- [JJ L11IIEU GmE Sli1! iLtS.Klln.Driel : I ,
.:., ,,1..,,, n.h. 1 f !<-." Xi t a single male is admitted I l r:;,. '-':-':;;. .. -:-;,':.-,:.-::;,. !* ....:.'I'w _..::_e'-y.. ',.:-.::...;" .-:;.;:j'.'-.::.::.... --!;'j I I r I. '.L a tI i If ;

The ball lasts ] (I \
Ii : I I. _!lilllnti ,: nil this occasion. g !o rally llj,,, >" --_-.' I-KNSACOI.A: ,
., till! uliotit 6 o'clock in the inurtiiti ;/ I
1 hit ;hty! TWENTY WORDS (;] FLA.'T
; I, ', i, -lall" i -,-. Althuuuh! the women lay stress I, 9 ) I,

. I t I., !l\, on rofus'iij mlnii! ; !'on to tncn n l large< I Ul.!.
n'i..luT of the revelers don: nIle: att ".' ; i
Iii a I ;)' = -FOr1.- = r, IlE GARDEI SECTION
;, '1 :: t r-. ami one of the nrjst striking f>'a- I f r''). [,J i I
tu,1., of the is I ho MVii'HM-nnt I
,, evening :., hi
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.:.' IIII i : frolicsome! not to say boctrr'114.; I TWENTY OENTS. in oOI'I: .j I .: : i
., I : .. : ,,'Ia fi., these finale! "men" have witht i i til; I '

11... i partners. : - Pensacola Florida,. II I ;
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.[ f ,,' I i'i'.rins the evening an orchestra! ot ri!

.' ,I' n''I'dt'n in men's dress clothes pi-rf nci.i inI I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. .
small invested in the DAILY NEWS One Cent a m Ii
amount ,
tinder the direction: of an imitation .
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1 '. i"letLlu of llerr Xik'seli the well known con, I THAT Column often brings wonderful result There I; wO ] i I
Beautiful Lots
ductor. The night passed off merrily, I for Sale.
; better method or medium in the state for realizing; a want H'Ii
-.i', .n: of and next day all the ladies who were

: u'i i there declared einpl.iilicnlly they had I I than through the" columns.t t'qI Ii 140x137: feet at from $75 to $200 each according : j

i 10''r I amused theuist'lvvH 11I'in.'ly-far better I j to location and surroundings.

i i "I, that than If nidi had teen\ present at the ::;) HAVE YOU A WANT ? ;: J

." I .' 1. !\1':1: a, t'ntl'l.talnmt'lIt.London Times t I I '-.J.Ji l[ Exceptionally Good ,Nei1hbarh''JdItlwl1fuZ View, '

''dl..r.\ I i l i .
I | High Dry Fertile L I'! !near talc! I Tatty \>ars' 'loriure. ) ) ) I
:. '. .1 I I.'t! "-!iI lI; ;I qeuts 1Vuut d. N'tnrirtyVnrted.' -
"h' '. ,t", fr: .I".utly .1 To be relieved from torturing disease Boarders; \VluHed. Opinhn \\'ullttd. HI i| The grandest opporMmity; for investment ever ::1 t I Ii

nf :- i..I ln: close, after forty years' torture blight; I ki Cook Wllntpd. Partner \Vauted. i cfferod in Pensacola.I : J I II i iI
well cause the gratitude of any 11ni.I '. ;
f. : .i.c -| L that Driver Wanted. Quitters Wllutetf.Eniol'inl'er .
I -
I|I That i is what DPVitt'jViP'h HazH : .
.1" :.i.. IM v .irti( the i' i I : 1LAm1x I
S.ilve did for C. II a 1It'\'. OI>II"V'I. O. \Vauted. Rooms \Wanted. I Dome Seekers Should See These Lots i

'i- a IM,, I.i'll.. I;| HH sa""- : "heWitt'" Witch !H.iz"! Furniture Wanted. ServantsVauted.; t

--- I I I ';a'vf' cured IUt' of pile after I !lad to G trliner Wmted. Tf'amWanted.. i Vi1ubbsy ii lit{ .
itelraj iiom. ; -11t1"red fl'rtv ye sr" ClIf' l u:". I I

,-,.- f. itiinof :'in ac- !! burin, woundkin d-, I B jI IJ: H use Wanted. Uuinnmen Wante \it t.I t.

.. aawhen i I I wale II.! count rffit-i. Utuvi-' I'h-ir- incubator 1Vanted. Vehicles'anted.. I l'
Corner Garden and dlcaniz Streets.
r 11 !'i I lamp." ro1.1 macy, John Sheppard, Sidney K-111 II. I Jugglers \Vanted. Wives \\'antt'd. 'y it, n

1 :in,.1! that f.-a- ---- .... KnizgerWanted.. XperipDct Wanted.E "." -5- ; $ J i iI il l

I t :in in -In \\ Lat BETWEEN HEATS.Temple $ i iI
.1 i
\Vanted. havehl
you're to ( ) .
E ] Lime I K. C. BRENT, VM II KSOWLK8, W K. IIYi:!( JK., J. H, fi E jL.
1' t !,.r'. t.\-r it -- lid \\'antf'd. Z..l rnou.rh: tn place a ,:! I J're.leI"nt. Vic<--E'r-Idrnt. t-inbier. A.'t CasblerFirst : !
.r :I.s rd. n 111>,k.hI' I Par. 2:17'4: ;tars to Mca1.0.l : ; : 1 t !I

'' "''Ih Will |I It i is intended to hIth,' lit w Jlnifn- ro I Iii ; v-- !

.;1' nuU-iimy! 'tis!ii 1! lo trll'lrl'ld,' for liusfno- .lime l'i.Crescens I \ t Io

,inib" in :>[10.:11I. k a I i-C'i.:( traveled::::.":: miles! :: r S'ZCU: RiTES BY TH N atIoiiui I Eam&i i It I

4:1:, la his last campaign by rail and (ty if urn T nn I" THIS\ nnlllUf1Q.U : m \ : :
j. '
11' i
n I ,
-d' !!: in the front Twenty-five thousand doll-n! : h.IHK .- lllil :, !I

40r: ,' |.'s' per- >II subscribed for a lurse .how at ( 1- Or PSNSAfSOLA. FtA. t i :
.. ta
.; -i I. Ucii i pox Pittstmrg. .......:.. ....-....-.,;,,...-...-...,.. '=-W-:: ",b '-'i'J' .I,,,' f I

: i i I'1.'utty'; of a x-'ra H..h..Q: t<.. ;
Frank Walker has Peen l enuai-ed::: : a-
IIA1K <.i < >O !)-:. .1
i !l't inn' u'Isnnnrr starter for Hit next Uri.:liton .1:, .Id. srNu'1'() Ll.N. -- -_.. -- .--, --- -- ... WH.H KNOV/LES. '.1 A I'.LorivT. F. C;. '-l f1 fi. K. HYliJ; '. .
: i"vi-i..I| h-! 'ivo- 'l r .\ .
It M\KAH HKlKVKManufactnreraud : ,
( :N. Y.) meeting. l Inprocldreair..1 I \1 D. (J.' t UKNT.: j I
t 'j1'tl'1; liilti )NEYTeI.RNnob decler in Hair 001'.1.. Hat. Toilet i
It i is propost d to urbanize: a r innecicut :- tutu, Urrfe or -lIIall amount \t lowinlerest. \.Hotea. Hir Ull.-tc..8"" w' Government' .. i f,
I !7.i, !''.l to Lr'LE.. Brooks. I
I : full on .
circuit, 'tllI\'l-,1: of Urillp'lOrt.[ I:. ''''"5 of law. :M5!, *. I'l\laloJ Ht.. t I.h"r trfoe' J ', f 4
I I '.i.\v nioili'rhilldl.V- oruy at fi "

I ''i.'.. :NI,w bury Haven.and -rlups Ilrain'ord., llnl.\oke Hartford., Ma."Watt s. j inl- _ding.___ i"nlm I j j I cu 1.' b'LOW3Its.- Mm m Wif;! i Mid\ HI, : ; : 4t
need money i
t i IK tnuli. THUt.o pUT KLOWKHS and floral 1..IRU- Q 5 Sr
'. all The report that Ron ('IIUlo.I> Hiti- i i.MONEY \ borrow nay amount you want. I IXMUV \, Specla) designs ordered for cuttomreIl -
'I'I ,
nnand lowrst rRtjnyw'atrre *- i ;.l -
.j i.ja"We
on sanest tf %- Vlolette ):ortno. K8 Wet ,
: I"jdalll; Anion :2: ,7'\I. .
: by : .
gen ,nnlnlproedc'trreal dr" Sill! at : .
ot> :* one wnmVA onrowr. Rxcnanjre OL Orea lirliain, luiaLO I
lieen wldi'd is dl'ni.1ly hi,. owner.Hon. *t"at -lrom V III. t "btr.1t"i! South -- '
l'aa\\ Oermauy, frii. f \uctra.! Italy.! lfo'andapatn!: Belgium, Rnesia: :.vviy I ;
i-alls | oxtreet.: .
W. F. Danville of Franklin 'rl'.H.
.. .. - -- Ear, I I "
rat rlth .r. -- --- Hw-loii Usnmrlt % -pean s:0nutreb!
:. \ Ilq': b' called! T IK ,t'ANTEnMen' :! to learn barber trade. ; h j
I !ann ''limit! ma:. Sable XVilkes 2:1S. I is now nt the head i!' "."bvtracts, money.of tttl Insure. buy your o'proprty.prnsuri sell real ee6atr I \1 toady praetor, iimlili'-l tfaolit-r1-. k)"" '/fejiMiir'arcil nroti the Jo-t ,FuTorable Torrns, and that r ) .

.. of the stud at Stevens farm, P.arre. rent property irf any dsscnptlon, have, mortexperience II.h,1t tulle than .*.Rr. 1 IOItgat1'_ );,. 1'.' xr'. ":, I"I le H rurt .>? T'c3tr'ii'''-t Ten r Jo"U'RIH: Dal ? ,'
ili h,' j
t \it wns .hPwltrie to.'ls eiren hoard >-il.wageafaturdays.stnhlnhed .
Mass. This! farm recently\ sold Yuan: i I fenueollectt'ii or your taxes Atieii -i-r.iit: painted '. Watson ftl-O .
!i- addres. .
salloa or
ranee h.ral..1 l cats mnilnd Irrr. MolT Barber --- --- -- I
oituc -
a .i'. it hurry, he I Wildidle.. of electioneer! to CaldwellCros. l 1 !I Ijolft.KU.Real Estateandlns l'hartes morate.agents.; To'Hyont'P"DSI\-I (...orerew 111'1"111". I.a. ._" .f ..2'ff.t't' LiO +)u!!it ftorpe for Ilont in Connection 'I
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> I. '.'! <. :it the PD(! lot from ni we will lead mourywith :
i who bay 1\ rANrEIi--tintaldbran rack- M.-il. .1- with rM" rrhn.PlaP'irrA A rt moot !nrtrtPtie .
of ElmIra. X. Y.. " 1.r,: 'M. Pt he dour.iK Judson II. flair which to build a house.KIM } t rosby Co. ::!-_',.
f.irmer owner of Pocahontas Roy, --- ---- -- ----- 'SfRATltst'4. s
i ;inl 1 tui'viicd it. and
.. Young Fullerton and IVH Roy hspurchased : I Ii IIHIt.t'll.t: ,'n -('Lnt/l. ANTK1): -All knd a' empty htei'
: .
;1" bottlci. 1;. A. fKiKDM: oit!
""-" -' -
::11. a very little the stallion :McZeus. 2:1: ; -KKUAHTKS: ; I M IK Mil. wit. hQ I 'HI ;
--- -- -- ----- -
1 :1". I ui"> n ikil llnls- own brother to Coney, 2i :2- at .fi East Wright( stre-t,
1 1. by Mi.s Margaret Maclay.'t' Aovi 'at loll in1)lilicd.tAPT.Mc1Rl'HIlatp.lhonk I
'\ ,: !L Ii :1\1.\ Hals dKI Cephas..a the winner of t.'IJn11 I l I ............. wens trt+tarrn. rnr tunl ,
,' ,, out of eleven in Kansas, hA1.E. ,. t
h frvn;\ | his work races 1'OKfI.K. '" K""II rUt' ,-' I tlUI -'
:' 'nth City last season, is the holder of the, .. i V i due, containing! grab u' p-io. I Ily+- .lr I aI'IIo'I'a, I ''Y .' .:.' I' f'm. ; :,. : a.d I Ie
lsatk illy. new nnK n 8 '" .f .
: : an.t .
sayv.'mlvKi' : L'Tilt :25! per Cent below cost a .. ... .. : "I It
.. . .. _
record at Combination park. and the hot! .xluulnRlluo for maand It' .'. .
from thfactory : .
No but trophy lot of matting jut I Ii r.
one dr-ks andr.ntrs mt'ei of ">ea-2oing ve,,el-. worked i"'I' and r.r' .:: : .' : ;;::';' f :
f > "ii have <1nn >." Anil Boston. Cerhas: is now fifteen jears: i tecond-band for '..;, per turniture.cent below orfinii!cot; ht Kishcr .explained Ihal applicint fur (ho-uv 11I'11 ..' ..It... 't1HB :;
I be kure to : W. A. Uablenb K01. ,
If pis. > < ill' .
old. .r n :
TarraR'-na "d. rug
r.i masters bt-vuuie I'urnllareBtoreli:
&e .. .
a<> lit. :i- ui" "" .f. Ih" I ..... ,I. 1 .
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-- '1" : ,
p. I
li'OK SALE-Tbe most aearrable' !lots in i j jI t!, .. ,
JV24'1.- I
iheh-'h Coi iillug lion ,. .., .. ,... ..... ,
r 4
AN It*' k Out fur leer.KtHonne the c:ty on easy!; t'rius by ".,1. II '" <
ER l'l fAll COLDS I' 1(0'81 Eltategency, 20.\\, outb 1'l>lafol I -- -- - ( .f' I.r"I. : I !
inblf s and liver disorder? al t t street. balm pOAKMNU HOfSKat Wheel.rSpr.ntJ :', ,.'-" n. f.r"I:; : I:. : ..: rt.. ;' ttu.. : 'J" rr. l lI j I
nv to hams on all > Mary Esther, i' la., Mr ,' I'JIt. . .m 1.
the easou! tn iy be I'rp"I'-II-.1 bycleanititheyt -- ,,, caulI' I coinforfi> ( pi.ipnelress. I I" 1 f f. 1 ..?. ... .. ., ..' I. e y ; i I
IIIlIb \\'k-oIJ All the of
: ti'iiii" .
tilt! :kIRs1Lh-Cow tt .
.v.u "fds of .1 :
; ? pneunioii m with DeWtttVLittle .1 \pply to W. r darn-Id. nllf ,..r-a3onahle.. ra:--. Norihrin '.,.ar"- iI"sae ,>: .1... :;. :-w;. ,;( ; f I : t tf.
; j- .If ( :. I will and this meal ... "I.-" .', .
'an Fo- "
umrtinu. I Early Ki, er;;. The-1 famoti- nil place to >pend a PO'I-i ., ."" ,." ." ; 1 l.
> tad Tr enre quietly:: little! pilU d".> not grip They mo\ r': lt't--rirdltri.t: : :' =ri"n'if Ihr'ea.on--=- ---=-- .- --.m-! I ..!' ; Itft.' .. .. ., f.fT''l.,.- !,'c.1'dr... r '' '.,d .., .: -, i ian
1I"lUrU'PWbItP' .... \\ aI."or 'I' f' .
M'n >ti* n-n't. It j4 i I! the txxveU pn'ly tat (copi.iuly and' ;I >:o. I""hl'H--\t." .... I7 lott-erts l-'or l-'xuit-iul, l I fr. flaI' 1 aw rr b r.. yr, l' -a 1 1i / Ir f I
t I b c. tried and tpstpd. by rf' (*Qn of the tonic propmiiiive *-.*. i DR )Irs Wtllmrn Rlchardsareengatd -- -- r \I1&DC w Mro au.1s n1TCHL, m.Im'rtrfor. w d,;; ..., Iln" d.IN3 I 1

'- .-. confln* no onjfjfpj;; tone and airs rath to the ;I/IJId-.. !!!, They 111 dreg will nlak pleased iicga5lW to Ka-t: have Wright their frlands treei. F'LOWERS promptly in FOR bouquets KL'NEKALS or special tnrnlsneil desigui I SALVONA SOAP CO., [or. 12th i PinE Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. !

: .1 poitip.ite.V." A. Hargis' Pharmacy, John SiHdtiey rrard. I IcillOrders attended to with promptness. olin Vio'eue Moreno S3 Wet breeorr I i ii )
li'l: \ S. P.ilafot.: Kahn. ilo>aocablplargH.! ::1oi. ;phone It t. :?9dlm I
I i ;






I Heartily and enjoy it, or does your I .' .;.........'.;. ,;. ... .T. -
IN NEW FIELDHE I' food lap hEavy in the stomach can- r1"'_--- .- W- .W- t,W- !W- .. W',rr J-- .-..!;--.f.T:.
MILL PLANT .AND SICK HEADACHES If it does. ":. Feet Furnishers for Cash Oa y. !"
j: try a dose of Hotetter's: Stomach
-- Baldness : Bitters! before each meal. It will E@! I
WILL BE AGENT FOR THE tone up the stomach! stimuli the .

EXTENSIVE SAW MILL BUSINESSOF By Shampoos with CREAT AUSTRO-AMERICAN ,i die AILMENTS?tire ,forces which aud if allowed CTRE to Tl"c..u--E E; Out Doors, In Doors, f::j jfjj!

tinue will develop into chronic o'vspepia. .
SIMPSON & CO. AT BAG e LINE. TRY IT ro DAY and notice
f fm
the improvement. !l t, v# Sitting, Standing, & MAnywhere

S. A. Co-ulich has been HOSTETTER'S [1
Capt. appointed )
in any kind of Weather, our IE
-- agent at New Orleans of the ** '

The extensiveaw will plant If Austro-American Steamship Line, : STOMACH BITTERS. E m;) SCHOOL SHOES f jjjii;) -

Simpson << Co., at lii dai. Fla.. will plying between New Orleans and ____ u __ .
K Keep their Shape will Hold TogetherY I I r |
A/ probably change! hands m a few Mediterranean and Adriatic port. I C. K. OF A. SOIREEThe .1) Evenly. Endure Hard Service and']] .

i'' days, and a northern syndicate i, This line has recently been reorganized -

said to hold options ou ti.e largo merging; with the fine Catholic Knights of America l(;!) ALWAYS LOOK SPICK AND SPAN! (i:)

timber tracts owned or controlled! t y fleet of Cosulich Bros., of Trieste, will give a ;oiree at their hall ,
i1 Come in and take a look at the largest and b. ;
the company.: consisting of fourteen modern steamers Wednesday Oct. 15. Ticket now (. I
sale 10 td .!.J. line of School Shoe in the city.! ( _,
et, These options as held by the pr.b- An light dressings with CUTICURA, of the best type.

: able purchasers have ben: tiled purest of emollient skin cures. This The new company is now buildingtwo Stricken \\itli l'ara'J'.I I:i) Uook ('4) ers runiMu-il Tree to All I IC

with the circuit clerk cf Sinn Rosa treatment at once: stops falling hair, new steamers of 6uuO tons ca- Henderson Grimett of this place .,i,4.4 "urduN'r.. : -
crusts, scales and dandruff, 'm. i:
stricken with partial: paralysisand
county and invetijritor are now in pacity and 12-knot speed, with accommodations C)
soothes: irritated itching surfaces, stimulate completely lost the use of one -
the field: looking over the land and : the hair follicles supplies: the roots for cabin passengersThe arm and fide. After being treatedby

of the for the hair Line an eminent physician; fur quite a f :Ji J
property; company \pur- with nourishment t. and nukes the purposes
while wife
without relief, my recommended ;
( oo-eof ascertaining" hett"i rr Lot grow upon a sweet wholesome! healthy running a regular service be- Chamberlain'Pdin Balm MEYER SHOE '

U.e holdings come up to the -pecitt- scalp when all else faJs.Millions. tween New Orleans and the various aud is almost after u-mg entirely two cured bottles.-of b.II.VcDoxALD ;i u.E Ii!

"'.itioDs as itemized in the bills of Use Mediterranean and Adriatic ports I Mau, Loan; county ; Fret Funa-fcers ior Ca.h Oi.i>. ;;

.. ..le.t with two sailings a month, addingmore j i\\'. Va. Several other very remarkable (i ij i t If i
cures partial paralysis i have
t An agent for the purchaser i= in (.ITMRA ';"HI', a-. -:-tr.l f y ClTICCRA steamers if the movement of been etl"cied by the u-e of this lini- i02. South Palafov Street.
<> bar ; amiLuut
INTMf\T j in T.iir jiur.h.ns.
:16 woods in the northern part of .i;ice r... -. ti, I..r .an-c.a tieHJ.JI cargoes requires it. ment. It is most widely known.however Rk ,. ..._ .... .-.-_ _--.,.'_ ...__ ..-.-_-_ ....__ ,..EfHi':
: of rrii-t-. .11.! .-. an 1 ijn'iru anal the as a cure for rh umati-Ul. ........-! -- "....... .......! -- .,-. ..
ranta' Kosa county and bas about H"l'h! : ;:of I.i.iliu: nar'r-',;u'''"';;,B lilttn- The steamship Emilia of this lineis sprain and bruise Sold by drug-
IDA"IJOI.oUJP|g re.1, r...1h, an,1-"IK luwl-, .jists and: medicine dealers.
'S-; 41< terminated: his duties. lie said to a fur 10..10r.t".-. ..t",1.rah,1 rIJ.1 ling, and due here today to take bunker

arntlen uSundaythatheLadfuund tir all the "Ufl'-- of the t.n.: I hart as.t coal but as Capt. Co=ullch, on account I BCD1'EISFIt.Crab : .
uur-erx. Mli! "iiof w'ten use Cl TI<'I'UAou'inthe
1 s everything as represented and could fi>ru oflah-forana..;1112 Irn3t'illO.lonarumatoo of the strike at the mines n _
>,and dU! nor UMI freetr i nets and Ashing .
f } -ee no reason why tte contemplated ..nffcii-u jier-j.iraUon, In Ue f",rm could not obtain 2oO tons of coal from '" f\\j"( "' 1'Lfo (T !,-I r II :r

.. t r -die would not be uccf=sfullymade. e.irnir.'ttn.t"T ultr.itne.., antt-ej weaknra,r.c purl"ewhich, aii'l fur '! our local dealer, he had to order the the tackle Willis to suit Hardware everybody Co's.umiuiT at. :\, 'II II r flu r,\ rl! tl r ..

Mr. A. J. Adam*, a leading( member rta lily.upl!eat themselves to uotueu. | steamer! to proceed elsewhere to fill

t" Complete Humour Cure, $ her bunkers. BPEOI.AL'
of the firm, said that lie thought 6*

and: was: sure the sale would be (tra"i-THIB,ts and* SUP Brali--;,.'ic.and Ktocleai..ethe soften the thickened sk-nof :. Capt. Cesulicb expects to leave for l\J' !U\ (\ !\} (\ !\J' Ii ;r.f! o- ii v-o :5*
c-itule, ffiuiRA <>:NTSII:"T ('"r.), to in- 11111111 rr/ih
jade, and he seemed to be glad new etartly allay" it.!; and lumiation..and New Orleans the latter part. of this
c.uPILL.the anil lieil. anti Ct'rirnu KF.-xiLVLsr: I
men would soon be in control.A i'n..),tu cool and cl" nthe Mood.CtTH week to take charge of the agency LOUIS FRIEDMAN & GO.ti.OOO :0
riu UMOLVEVT PILL!i Chocolate Coated)
citizen of 15a.'dad:, is here today area new, Untttlf: odornomlcal: .uboutute : his family having preceded him to .
f<.r the lotraJtod hquli CTTICfBA nil NICK'S
i'': and said he understood the sale was BOLVEM"s wen an for all other blood i> rfi raa.ol arrange for residence there. 99
biro yiau cutlalning
about made, and if not would be Go)d-u..ttCe, 2.,:. Capt. Cosulich and family are not YsinN OUTING ri.VNXKLs, M4iO lilt

i made before the end cf the week. Chw li f.:4 l'.:.i:thmu'-iRit i'u fait. sq ioiIiabareATLatt.Guar&ia. Unilmi the W,4.,t-rrr Brtnh, Ip f>t.:po't., Hue 1-83 da strangers to New Orleans.: They resided all to fro at. .. .. ... . .. .. .. .. 1-vJ V'il'l Jill tCa -_

He sail: that there had been persontl Ir_:..,UU.UJD.1:.b.A. 1 I there twelve years before corning .
'I tl representatives of the syndicate: to Pensaeola and they feel now H.(' D"z-u ;MEN'S CAMEL HAIR NDER- f) '

,j t :J lit l Bagdad lately and every f-ne of 2.52- I:525252.:1'252.S32.525IDSOC that they are returning home, WEAR worth fidC a-uit. our i>r!"" only Ul/u i'IP \0.s I ; ..

1 ;J 4 them! had evinced a great mtcrt in the,ugh they regret; to part from their
'I' I IETY EVENTS many Peusaeol-i friends. l :! s' WALKING AND DRESS SKIRTS :
1. ai the! property and tran-fer. Some of s? f t 0 [\ I'rAl .

't slk: these men were yet in n I.1ad. he C DAILY MENUS Ju.t r{( pivpd. .. . .. . .. ... ..: ..
I 3 i The strong eat well, sleep "well -.- i uiii-onir Line of i"ilk'kirt;;; all Price :iii I'
;.j :'iouht; ; and it was theojmion that AM) PEBSOmS;\ look w<-ll. The weak don't. Hood j C,>mpn-e all the Up-to- Very Lut Effect". .

t '1 they would remain until trig t-tle Sar-upurill: in'tkf- the weak strong. Date Dishes the Markets .. '
( '.ow almost; a eert..ii:1y, w uld bei t.52525 S25252.25 52525Z5M.11. of the World 1
UrDWEISER.Ilud.'in .
I i ;%I nsnmmated. Fullivau went to New York Attord.I Our FALL OPENING in onr Millinery D..p Itl. ==
.;. 1'1:1: b.allnoutlcelilatl"r., when WP willshow uie .-frinrt '
{ I } should this property be trans- last night. :j<. cit'ar: will please you. Lints of DRESS and READY-TO-WEAR H.\I -.. .

1 furred, it is promised that tvcrliown; in Penacola. _.
1. more J. T. Rowland of Atlanta! arrived

rular "time" will be made and at the Merchants this morning.The MARITIME. I I Ladies' Private 611 Purif .* .<* .* ..

much more work accompii-hed. A< Misses Griffin's dancing; class; Dining Parlor.,< Misses' and Children's School Shces :

i I it has been lately, the plant has been ,, will meet at St. Joseph's hall to- i --. i-v-o< Ju-t K" I- ..,
I.K kept busy but there bud ben many ni lit. "cto".r to date ..... _" .... u..,;--i 100 F tip: All-Leathtr D.mola: Chiid' Sh.;es,sits 5 to 5. . )" ; :

-et-backs and prevented a large cut S. R. eauford: of Nashville h here CI.fcAI.H. Regular Dinner Daily. 200 pairs Child's Lace ai.d Bult.:1. Eitei.sio:, Sole: ;o' j ti '. : .

"f timber. I today conferring with local timber It ll1p(jl1lllfl. II I I7 Kltto f, IJT KosfjiicaBros 200 pair; Misses Pat. Tip L.1.:,. E\t i star Sule. 11'.. t ) 2 riII1
}1 men. Mr. Sanford was formerly forU*'nt'H, lib _':vuI ft lumber ::,1. .
There are two large mills in the 11" *i ft sewn tlnilii T...< c ft tiewa tnubt-r ? -,
e owner of tbe eaw mills at Caryville. value fl".Io-"I- Short Ornery I'rnmpiljr ..
t !pl.tnt l onn a double-cut band and ----- -- Louis Friedman & Co S
!' I t There will be installation serviceat .\IIIf'riclt'1t1ll11llo; Ueaui> Filled. Sight or Pay :;
? rculir saw mill the other a rapid
.-1 scalar the regular meeting; the Daughters Look with horror on Skin Eruption, II It B A B \
'i caw: equipped with all of the after-
Kins, tomorrow ",
mote he". \ don't If it Nnm.thingGoodtoEatyou \
suresl'i'nples.: They f\) '
i tdern appliance" known to timber noon in Chriit's church at five have them nor will any one who I wish, you'll dud It at \J v\ ,'' \., II II II V

iuiEUfacturer-i. Besides the null: o'clock. uses Piucklen's Arnica Salvp. It Nick Apostle's
i .. .. "
'j tiie' -" ,'. :y kill*. lumber shed Last; night quite a party (,f young zlorifles the face. Eczema or Halt .. $ '

w !J -'o eh. : ''f -t-.ek | !,duct, plan- ladies left for northern cities. Miss Rheum vanish before it. It cum c:::: Popular Restaurant. r tAg ;
-9 : ;
sole lip!, chapped hands, chilbLtiii-. =' .
-1 Kit .' i it) ut twelve nulfs ofuiwa Daisy flyer and Mir Annie Purdy Infallible for Piln*. i'jj atV.. A. I eta sJJnll t2lt t6\1 Er tac1t ,. '
went t\ Wa*hi1} ton. and )Ii.sIarie I'Al.!nbrt(-' dru.,' tore, Ill: South = ;!Inl\
I ... ... .. .. .. .
;r ; irtiti log to .
( ... ,
1 ,. Taylor left fr N"w Y-nk. Pabfox tret. I jjj lj\r\f y \) \) li V\\) ) ) j} \1- .. .e. .. .&.'t f..w..tiY..w..Aa. ,4l... 4\.AiI\.ft.'0"... ..."'WIJI.AJI..Q". ..'O.. .4.,4'AkA...... 'QI
U\, : w r-. It Would be
: / i < obi.1f
.. .
., I H.11E r'- r.' I Ir.i' 11' i. At'r.\1 I FO,1. J t.
the t' :J..rtUlt. al'-s made in

!'l lDY da.. t r-.".I.out IMPORTANTMEETINC H"!!!!;:;". *""_-'."n-VT. TTT> & CO-----------G- ,--,- TTT. & co-v--Y-./ _x........''::*.' ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING i

'nd would: i 1.rHt: timber ian

throughout this section. / GREEN, WATSON & CO. ,: < 'EJ.EJJTEDBudveiser : :

Should the mink be run rte lay < ,> <
Bottled Beet
V ( It. II.I.I.IH."O' < iLI> sT\XI ) r < :
ind operated: to their clpacityUi-ii -
; ; .,rt would be benefitted thtreby.Waters r} 0--------- _ __-. 0 (\ ,\ ALL. rolt IT ATLL :-'.\ 1.00'H. \:--.
q.j at Ila did are nut deep to:) A Few Special Items of Interest to You !

AI I. "l\ou-11: to allow the Wdtu. of deep FOR TOMORROW NIGHT. MOOG
? draft vfiieN there atd product .
--- DiHtri13utor for 'VVost Ploridn.D.
from the mills i it either transported 3 -+,100 Shirt Waists po
'i1: ., n ". G. ,Yo Iliifonl. pi-tur of Mi. O .
-m lighters: : tat White Point or tt V VV V V
ZIOn ijpti-t church, colored and I c.o Flannel and Flannelette one dollar all1e;;, your choice at O
i Pensacola. b.mie i.f this firm' '
I president: of tl e ma-s meeting held '; 8UWEIER {
; ;J lighters are in l'eudcoli harbor r : 25 cents. :
in this! church a few days ago ha>. \ 4 .. '

1 I a nearly all for time. :, called a me:tin; of the colored peo" <. i ... ... ... ... ...9.:9'.0'.Q'. 6' .
're- the kind for School Children and : .-
., 1-0011 .nit oII.EU': ; I i pie for tomorrow night at his churcl1 I' //a Un I 1bCellaSJust use" with steel rod<, natural j c-J I
iL 8 d handles, and fast black .
'. for the purpose of hearing the rel'ollI I English Cloth Covers at. ... ... . .. .. .. .. .. 39C eachM THOS. C. WATSON & CO. .
i A Sine \\ ay tu ( .1. rGt
<< 1 the committee :appointed at a pre
lr The tight kind "f fond! will resor e ;;l twenty-six inch Umbrellas Ladle and (Gents' fancy handle
1 vious meeting.I *, Sterling; Silver Tipped Fast Black Twilled ., LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE ACEN':
,; I 1 any weak stomach. It ibetter of( I 3 Italian Cloth Covers. .. .. . .. ...... .. .. .. $1.00 I each po
i ; without drug aud a little jud;men1In ,: i I A very large; portion of tie best; IJ.;' .\COL.\. .PIAitID.l

digested electing food light dory wei the.:trick.lit and easily' 'colored citizens of Pen*:1COll an: Try One of "Our Special" Umbrellas, 75c each. SOU'h'NHt Gorier Palafox and Ga-den Streets.

)' A man in brand HipidMich.. deeply concerned about tLe welfari r< A FEW VERY DESIRABLE: DWELLINGS ** .+t 01 j
i upon reeo trln froin a severe attar;; of WHEN YOU WANT
their race, and it is tie opinion tJ f
?;: of nervous pro-tratiuu, says: ,< c" .* c a <.* <* STORE: AND OFFICE FI/I. jI
t It I "The principal trouble was an intensely the better classes! of the colored peo d t1
irritated condition of till r
that diluted mill: pie of Peusacola that: they ought t<\ 'f"'oar '! dwellingnary.. on North Two torn connected by I lirBaylen ,
stomach, so severe : ,
street with all modern with A rooms and )IIUJQ a' ;
would cause: a sensation as if moltei: : :shoulder more of the responsibilityin ': Oo You will find ours RIGHT. We buy direct from the mills in F'I' yes gas. water. and ar"I 1 lead had been swallowed. At len tt solid lots and cash for them. We city tpn per annum '
the spot
I enlightenment and elevatioi L case pay can certainly < \ rent whole' or " a:
i I : to study my own case anc andVomfort dwelling. ?- tory, ,
began i o? give you all that's possible in Blanket values. :c; Large rentAl.
abolished drugs and commenced ex. of their people. with gal and water througbout. large lot ,
I with outhouses located on the corner ol |
k penmentin with my diet. For this rea-onau etlort i u beitf: > po La Kua street and bth: ".e., tb per month. I The McGinn Building... rrr.-r,,
4 1' Orape-Xuts was brought to my notice : THE COMING WEEK WE WILL SHOW mtnt and Tarragona itr -t%. <.< "
I found it made these I A desirable one-story dwelling containI I| for boarding |,OU5ei .App'yfjrp! *
I through public
and very palatable gather"id C 7 rooms and bath fM and water ,
i { I and as!' a regular morning dish, i t'' legs to establish some laudable en: Tailored Suits, Shirt Waists, Venice Colars, Etc.e 'line throughout acdforthHailcarIinrs.Will'ootb Irontaie. within rasa' I.arlte storeroomrornerBay' ". .
i I met all the requirements, and sustained .I! 1 reach of Belt tlol1Q"nCla strel."t..Iti per mora .
t nntil Afte : that afford t'' tease lor 1..J per annum. i
me mid-diy. :r terprise may employmen .<\, ,
'j a week, physica T o-itorr dwelling containing h rooms AfewofHcei on Palafoi fn -"
using less h to the more worthy members of thei,: GREEN WATSON "..r Hell Line, So Jl' N. Barcelona alrett. "T I..At-D timid.tig" and a larf, : +
s discomfort grew my strenjrtl : & CO. j Ullease for lii: per annum. ante-room uitabi for ratciiu i>-"
f, began to return and gained steadil;i race. The meeting tomorrow nigh : 1

: 1 in weight. will be largely attended and good re_ '" 1'1I0XC 193. ? -
Alougwith all these improvement,3 I 1'-11. .hi CAS TOnr: A. I I will repair your watches 1Is.

i came good, plateful sleap: whielhad ) suits are expected to follow. oo *Ai 0;:A.;... ::. ; 00 'A '_-iq i ....... Its L'd 131 Ha4 '.3111: jewelry in flrat-claes "11.. J I I
been so tiijrhty a visitor, an(1 : I ;; Stephens.
with it came returning hope and ambition nreainnalilr Qornllnn. I Ii i : &gnatzn +-Ifl.j __ __ __ i iI

L and now with perfect hfa't'1| "\\ hat happened 4 1 it gives me pleasure to give Grape:| : year?" asked Freddie's teacher. )* the Hate I'nals' &q:: mouth take 1 Almost every ne-who has tried a EMPTY SACKS WANTED. i iI
Chamberlain's Stomach
Nuts the credit it deserves. j and Liver
b given by Postum Co., Battle: Creek i "Don't know, please, sir" answered 3gsatue h ; Tablets. sale by all drni"t3 i I Hudgins cigar is well pleased with The Mellen-Crosby Co. wall ,; j
.'t Mich. 'i j FreJJie. ",only l seven." years old." and medicineFor dealers. ,' the aroma. and bran sack:. -. -

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