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The daily news

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Title:
The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Publisher:
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 14, 1902
Frequency:
Daily (except Monday)
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

Abstract:
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.
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
002076174 ( ALEPH )
33669261 ( OCLC )
AKR4558 ( NOTIS )
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Related Item:
Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Pensacola evening news

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apolis Ind. Special to The Daily News: Special to The Daily News: I II I I While Dinner. !

*t" Wilkesbarre: Pa. 13. Interest I
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New Vi.r! O.-t. in: -With BO apparent
was remoixd tonay in the efforts <>: I Ii
---- EotUt'! Evapgii.t Ucngo. a shoemaker __
the induce returnto I
i company to men to
11! Yt ais old.: has shot and
work under the protection! of th"
ii'stur.tlj Killed! AlphjBio! Salgioce. \
., r TS ARE MADE..j troops.! lnfcirn.atan! from coal com MUTINEERS FINALLY QUELLED.It r
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Saljroni'
.. and! latal I!) winded Carmclo: AERONAUTS DASHED
is difficult obtain but jade!
I NEGROES TRIED an.I Utally wounded, a rank to 1
Ing from the early ieteR. '.
."'J.'es Supposed .to bvntlwr 01 IhP: d. aJ man. and Joseph reports Is Said Their Object Was to Kill! r
from the various sourc'tht>re are kris TO DEATH 1
L'.rute.: at R'n rille (',''ute. L. I. r
-en Despoued In Last Three :i TO LYNCH HIM additional workers in the mi ies ot t:. Officers, Run Away With Vessel and ; e
I Ln-rio and a numbt of other men (

v..' ,. 'Is. Confessed LeaJ! Ial''n\ living; in the rear of the region today. j Secure 515.000 which Whey Knew
I I The early and w("t t
troops were out
shop. Api-arc'iily: ; theme has been no Was Abcard. Special! to The Daily News 4
Special to The Dally News.Hopkiiiaiillf. cot called upon to suppress any disorders ,
toiiW' h! [wren any of the infix.

!1'1 .y; News I('I K) Dc( t. 13.-I Joy.1.1Nflson The harder> were tong about tile In same places cMarhmenia'collien.H Special to The Dally News. r.aut Paris., and OIL a companion IS.-IJratlj-k, were): the killed areo-\>y t I t
of
11 !. 'U.: -Four deal I Young. white planter, crazed front of the simp, when ivrlso suddenly troops were on duty near New York Oct. 13.-The little falling from a dirigible balloon today. r'
soldle .
an other
.: u in sacks in with drink, went to Pembroke and go: came out brandishing! a pistol. night scattered anti at in and points threes anIon steamer Dos Hermanos was sent out The balloon started from the aero ; t 1 f

iu laic rear of the on a rampage :Saturday:: night; after He shouted in Italian, which the men were .twos on a cruise among some of the southern static station at Vaugiriard a suburb t.

a: .iliysiciaus and surulent.fied being put off a train that he had say they did not understand aid street corners.It t
trial j
7:55
of this a.
was state at strike headquarters: ; islands by a trading firm a few city, at a. m. on .
flagged. walking to where i-aterone was: t.
.J. ;. up
After
trip. preliminary maneuveringwith
c that there desertions! from the days betore the transport Sherman
,,' < as those He socured an ax and brained He- sitting placed the pistol against his I were no '
> strikers today, but on the other hand left Manila! says a Herald dispatch a rope attachment Bradsky released N
'... U.I: :Htll/: stolen from tlw: bp.ccalcRay, an aged negress whom body and Bred. The man fell from the balloon and proceeded t -
there at work than last from San Francisco. The' steamer 1
!i.-fei> ; Miss Glen+tordu te met in the road. leaving the axwith hs chair dead and the others startedto are more men southward at a height of :200: or 4iiJ
week. President Mitchell had innews reached Virac and anchored in tie J
.!:i \riierson cemetery; the body, he sprang on Joseph escape. IJI.rigo in a frenzy of feet .

'. ,:i>len from Ubenezl Landy, colored, aced 70, and cut his: rage fired 'four iiot3 at the men who to give out. lie said he had harbor there. Officers and the few The propellers of the machine appeared I

: l \!, .. Catherine IX>en- throat, fatally wounding him. After were running. heard rumors of a strike settlement passengers on hoard were at dinner to work well. The rUIltl< r.howen" t j

., 'i'.i-: Gwman: Cathohn! terrorizing the citizens" for two hours Carmelo Saltrrone and Dirute fell but there was nothing In them so fr in the cabin when about :SO: of the !'. was not quite successful A* t l

MKM cemeteries are hp was overpowered by a posse andbrousjlrt Doth were shot in the chest and the as he knew. crew, led by the boatswain, rushed about 9:20 o'clock the balloon had re J I

i.ere for safe-keeping :Sun-; physicians sap they probably will dlo.Peripo lie is apparently waiting for news down the gangway armed with knives, turned to above the point of departure ;

.J:= morning Wcyci"i day to 1':>{'aIO( a mr i) of several hundred tried to shoot Frank Mlssiano. from the ether side. hatchets and clubs and demanded tU3 and then it gradually mounted high :

i 1'') Meridian anda negir),-s that had been formedto but his pi'-tnl mi.ed! fire fie money that was on the vessel. PT and higher until it disappeared latin !

'elvphone ml'.- I ljuch himBRAKEMAN. n load ,d I his wi.iion: and ran through LOCAL ARMORY STONED. The officers were caught unarmed.The clouds. Thipiefed of i>olic3 7' !

I' rbutiies there.: -. t'I.' .-I" .". tnf I 1"krill. ('outre shcut.i :- I t'oom'n passengers fled ,e later received a dispatch announcing 't" ,

,\ : they were Iii ..i._' i'.i! !"". ;.', '! \\a\ii.K his pUtol.! He Sentry Puts to Flight Rioters at Ha. their rooms. The captain and mfn the fall of the balloon near St. Denis, f

CRUSHED l I'-d ,! nL.. I.. short dis- zelton, Pa. passengers gave the mutineers hattli' i
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N i v on the siiliopposite \\tin o a 5 1: miles from the center of Paris.
ha relton. Pa., Oct iu.-The local: The Dos Hermanos anchored
wl I hiw.j.x was
arrested.
">' d taut e aw i\ -if The accident occurred about OiS
I aimoiy where Colonel Bowman, ofthe close to the far t
shore and not
'_ ( th.- UNDERENGINE away
In
'e. o'clock.! When the balloon was above k
nrst regiment has his headquarters from the constabulary barracks. The
a "ii; ;! iK> turi', I BIG G T HOFPOSTOFFIGE St. Ains. near St. Denis the rope at. I J
The
was stoned during the night. noise ot the tight was heard at the I'
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sentry responded with three slots barracks, and office out to the!
..torsi: n It was put from unknown cause and the I' :
i I Special to The Daily News.Savjnih I ROBBERSSpecial I to the air and the stoning ceased.Some In.\\ vessel. They succeeded! in ardmg some I.
!
illTh
I. ': :1 < car with its occupants Brasky
G.r. ( ),-t. i 1.:; -L. .M. Lara time after this incident after a desperate struggle with th.
'i !IH \ and and his: companion, were dashed t'r
more whit*. -;< y>'r- nl.l! a bniKcman ropitition of the recent fatality at mutineers several of whom were shot
a ':III a I 'Sle-I : the ground. The balloon !itself dl&I I
on the Soahoanl! Air Lire was killed! tandoah was narrowly a>'*rtod. id killed. The others, numbering I
dl!n .u &I'K'I appeared in the clouds.
by an engine a; the jniiu.ou nt a:: tiIs to The Daily News. All.y, a night watchman failed to ::1. were arrested, charged with mutiny ,
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.j .. .. ,1' ,t. .1 ( ity Sunday mornins.He Los Angeles 'Cal, Oct. 13.-\\Tien, teed the challenge of a sentry aa ho and piracy. r

,. I, P I was rliiing! on the pilot from on OcL 3 officers took into custody approached the headquarters and tin It is supposed the plan of the mn- SETTLERS FEAR I '

;..:! : i- II.I: which( hf jumped to maKe a connection William Uller. alias Joe Seder, and soldier on guard was obliged shoot timws was to kill all the officers, ll:; !

..' ; -1 1.., :T Tripping, hp" fell and the alias Thomas Keogan; C. J. Melville, over the man's head to 'In'inlt.im to a run away with the steamer take the )

g l' "' ::11 n., ,,.. l"\-!' I i.'!hf-'ls of the engine! passed! over both alias Morrissey and M. I). Vln-son, accused halt, after which he gave satisfactory $]3,000 aboard and then wreck the UPRISINGSpecial

.; .. :- ',;.i /r \\-\l\ :1. :'wss. severing them oomplotely. 119 of robbing! small postofflces in. explanation of his presence. chip and declare all!! were lost except .

.. I ,,'1 \... 'I : :.::1. was placed aboard the endue with : various parts of southern California, I themsoh-ps. .

.' :life: almost extinct and speed was they realized that they had made a Will Support Miners' Cause. I.
It !.e rar
to The News
made to the city. The Price ambu- catch. Portland Ore.. Oct. 13.-The Twen Daily : : I
,, \.t .. hwui.!..- big I MAKES :
!awe was fummnned and he was con- Tho real importance of the capturehas ty-nine president and :31 representatives PORTE
..1Tn ..1Wtht 1:1.: Phf>nIJC. Miz:. O> t. i:: Xotwlth-- f '
Vi-yed to the hose| :tal. He Hod how- just been male 1 Known. The gangis I of pre.side.nts of the local unionsat ;
': : mats flu'hL': stan J.in: ? dispatches from \Vashingtoit'li.tl I
I ever v.itnin! 5 minute after reaching one known to the police\ throughout a meeting held here decided by an COMPLAINT ;
.I( theai nf the Indian bureau has no fear i
the !ln-ftl| UK home was at Italic the United States. Th'rla a standing uraulnioiis! vote to support the cau.s j'
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,I" "111",1 J. .II"'; lit an Apa'htuiirii.ini' : ; at McDowell.
Amor: 'i... of $800 for the of the Pennsylvania coal miners. The
., near reward return or I t
to ( ''rtral.- ::;5 nrletrum hero, the alarm of the !
,h,, hart- of the all the members to Toledo 0.. some ol miners will be required to contribute .,t'tlirs has not ilfcrcabed.V : i!
!in to tho fund at least onp day's pay Special to The Daily News. .
whom are wanted Virginia and! I I
\ W. Burnett of the
.1! Fact was FROM a justice
GALLED others! in Now, Enslaml. The aliened fop each month. By this means 'tla Constantinople; Oct 1,',,-The porto
a ::.I. V.'hon t'.v: i (IK-ac-o. has made a ion; of this settle ,p
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that :!O..M111 he ra.lvcd has circular the
kai'or of the rang Joseph Rai- expected cent a to powers complaindng -
11 : tt H found that mint and taken affidavits of settler t
HOUSE AND SHOT al'a;!' Tnpi'l.a .Ifn-. made !his and forwarded to !\Mitchell! aa! that Bulgaria: is inadequately '
f'Y. ost-at.i; j,
of the f
'hE' 10-\:: of Miss relative to thievery Indians ant #
at tee: t-u'c 'Ii'' !HthiM-s: were arrested I the tl.jirtion; of the! Portland orjranizatior guarding her frontier; that she is permitting -
.
J !. .m'te thiial.they have marte. There are i
A committee comiKiseii! of Macedonian hands to cross f
; )h' 'I:" I s tbonat; :'.nu of them, and they are camped oa : t
pi. io't1ts! was appointed) to solicit i and the remnants of those bands, after
:ions: "r d'ttet!!\ ,' :Special; to The Daily News laId that could not be farmed even ,
ACED WOMAN/ i subs, ript'.ons! from the citieis.Be'glan : being dispersed by Turkish troops re- J
\s. !have I In"n talk I if they had irrigation water, thou;;, j ,.
Lou > i i ; i N' n <5 b' I crops the frontier and find shelter In '
n< : ( ":uu'ctt>d! with I mey claim they are to become farm i < I
just r< i>- '" .t .1I'!' ;l' on H. Miners Strike. Bulgarian territory. The Turkish
tll 'I-- their infillu MURDERED Their only resource in making 11
> L. :M.irii's: ; ;1',1':, .. !J., i n..i: .- IIOMh : I M'm. IMsiuri; Oct 13.-The mines government also complains that a revolutionary
.'. bodies r>- 'I baskets to sell.Vhen refused loans II'II'prs
h,-,' o. Cir: '<' pits in the Grand Hnui eo;- banner was recently erected i'
"'. of money or food, which the settlers i
.; !i ; "' :\u .".. "IPrpsroej I Hi! r y1'1 nt on strike today. The mol'.-- in the Unitarian: monastery at Ryk 11
Da.11Y-
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,' Tio'v under cannot afford in furnish they make
i sl'i't and kuk: I I-ntiiio'; ?.'. -"n a.) Special to Th1> News: ir: N: tlireatPns to spread through thh"'i' -' and that commands: of rerolutionaiT I
jimliidinK threats of viols l flee. I '
oil- I'> :.1'11. W'.v M'ouglit aiMintI Hempstead 1 *-c t Irt.) I l.;; --\1 rs : \\ : iiittrict.:; An increase of wagesis bands have been apportioned to Bulgarian -
.
\i, drn tors, on" (!-.- po.Y.s, : : : tl.!"' \\11. bu let 'm Susan P. Lewis asn..d{ f.t.; \v.i., nun I I demanded.{ by the miners% : on the !I reserve officers. Turkish rcinfonomert } 'I' I

a ";:in.'ior of a vii i .;'i i. I fr'1I1i'i iiosi-o an.l shot ..oI1. dered by some unniinwu p,'i ton and I ground that the price of coal has ri-1.n ? have been ont to IXmlrHissar : WALLACE CHOSEN : : ii I
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t n.itohraen! at
a .J!-,:!! !; the wi-oo! community is much 1n ( ..n f'Lil'nr'l' of the strikers: in the ROUUK lla. to strengthen the ,

atchman.. It l:. :<'h.-r la l 11. jai:1 The other two wrouffht up. United States and France. frontier! cordons ;

"i graves hat arc bJ: :it lau '< She was hoard to scream and ca1'! I FOR SCHOOL i !
'!ula t thr1a "- f
I ,. ---- for help and then: three shots Wt':-" f JI .
I
.1' .J.. negH ':.. : fi'-rvl! in rapid succession. A search' SALE OF MILLS AMERICANJOCKEYS .

1 of the can.'ructions .!. ,I
MOLINEUX'SSECOND wa at once made, and the 1 hOlly of the '
1 10 Special to The Daily News i :;
,' *v>niaii.lad only m a night dress NOT CONFIRMED BARREDSpecial I I
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them
.. to ;so"i'ipe was found in the rear of the pubhskh. I ; imngton.! X.. C. 0('t.'" 13-The 1 j
1'' and TRIALSpecial I : ,
pun- .) \l building: some 50 yards away Wilmington presbytery has decided : '
.r J.! ." ia It :
part rarf'Pe'P I
from her home. Two suspects are not to remove the James Sprunt Institute 'I' ;
,: to The Daily News The News:
i Iuag held.RUSSELL\. I Special ; to Daily school for Young Indies from ;
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1 to The Daily News: JuiUe" Yurko bet IS'fhrouga Kenansvillo Wallace.. The latter ;
Mat on. Ga Oft. i:: ; Emory New the I <

:!EN LAMAR'S New York, ot: 1.5; -The second Speer. of time United States action of the French Jockey club in I city {'mpioyetf'"pry effort to get the i I

trial of llolanJ U )Mohnoux accused SAGE has issued an order refusing to cOllr"j revoking( the lloenes of Milton Henry I', 6
sale of the cotton millsat these will strong fight to keep it. After a full
of th i murder oiIrs: Catherine J.'amps firm the recent I and Johnny Reiff boys ;

APPOINTMENTS on Dec IS, l c2S, was called today I 86 YEARS OLD Millen: and Tennille on the ground not boi allowed to ride Ja England, or investigation the presbytery decid! I. ;1' 1
small. leeeiver the question in favor of Kenansvilte, :
after maay! delays and aJJourn- ti.at the amounts were to on the eastern track of the United

meats lu the criminal branch of the 'I John U. L. Smith sold the :Mil-: States according to Tlw World. The and the victory causes rejoicing. The j :, :I'.

.' : I l. in. rr. democratic supreme court. Justice John S. Lambert I len property at $30.;; "09. The plant suspension will aiso: bar them from institute is the largest girl's! school In i J : I !

1 __ of P.-edoita.\ presided, Special to The Daily News. cost $1&0.(101Judge Speer now the eotiel tracks, it is under that section of the state. i I ;I! t ;
-t! for the third
Xw'Yorh.Oct." 13::.- R 'ports: are places an upset price of snnoo '1\ stood with the potitibU. txce: ,,tioa cf

1-'rict, together with -111Lite-- << In-IVnl.- current that nil1 ll! Sage the: famous this mill. Receiver N. II. CoMo soil Russia! J : :

-mil speakers, wili "I ju-t !seemed to hag'one all to financier whose health has been not the Tennflle cotton mills! at $40, A South African Store.
Thp plant cost $112.000.: Judge Speer typical
,, of the best recently, has decided to:
x :-.r; of the following piece*. write Alfred Bee, of Welfare '
Tex., bilion,nes; ; and a lame curtail somewhat his business! activities names an upset: price of $73.0nO.; The O. K. Larson of Hay Villa, Hun- HIS DEATH : : i

". .\.1 i times and places as back had: made life a bUJ den. 1 I at the earnest solicitation of his I properties! will again be offered for days River Cape Colony, conduct .

-, "I"\\l ,. "i:&.:: couldn't eat or sleep and felt almosttoo friends.! lie is now S6 years old. He sale. a s'totd typical of South Africa at --- 1 '
worn out to work when I \began which can be purchased anythingfrom
it is stated, so systematized his; :
I III. ass I
"hy (night), Oct. 14. to use Electric Bitter.but they worked vast interests that they will not require I the proverbial "needle to an Special to The Daily News. : : .;;
1i Jnedaynoon Oct.15. wonders. Now I sleep like a top, A Word to Travelers. anchor." This tore is situated in a .

) can eat an.thiughave Drained in his constant attention.! Ills health is The excitement incident to traveling valley nine miles from the nearest Birmingham Ala, Opt'13.J.. 0. j :!If : 1
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:prings Thursday I strength and enjoy hard work." reported to be steadily Improving. and change of food and water railway station and about twenty- Tlositt a young whit man who M ; ,1! }\ .:

btr Iti.l'nday;. They give vigorous health and new Din Sage Is roat his country horns five miles from the nearest town. from a >,r*ffoM Saturday will en 'I.i J

life to weak, sickly, run-down people. in Cedar Hurst L. I. often brings; on diarrnoea, and for Mr. Larson says: "I am favored gagvi In data* come oornioe work in .1 I !Jj j !

'noon), Oct. 17. : Try them. Only SOc at W. A.1)'Alemberte's this reason no one should leave home with the custom of farmers withina I I I .
of .
milt a atere oa Finn aT nu died f ,
, -:urday.noon.Oct.) lx drug store, ill South without a bottle of Chamberlain's radius of thirty miles, to many of ;j \
} For Over Sixty Yearn Chamber- Sunday: fren the eCeette .f tij la- JI

f .J) 'fix/ HEEL, Chairman. Palafox street. I MRS. WIXSLOW'S 800THIS8 SYRt'P! has Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem lain's whom remedies.I have supplied All testify to their '_Ii... It seMni' Y6t 'trl+. fe tw HMa j 'i

\V,\ edy. For sale by all druggists and household where a doc and struck tle Davsment, his I j:!
f ikER. Secretary. Cleaning ladies skirts and waist been used for over tlxt j years by millions value in a te''aif

'' is one of our specialties. Star Laun : mothers for their children while teething, medicine dealers. tor's advice i* almost out of the wre !'a. ,red md LU brain 'I"'IAI 'I. 'I .J I

-t line of sterling; silver with perfect success. It soothes the child que=tion. Within one mile of my bra. {

-ilver! novelties is to be __ softens the gamsallays! all pamn,coos wind bij [ i n store the popula;i"'i, ia perhaps "'x- .i

J. i I. Stephens'. Prices to dry.OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine colic and ts the best remedy for Diarrhoea SwUUe\ my furniture ty. Of the"", witi.iuant I Qaality is w< .,0 makes price. If I I :i iBurnett's I .
It will relieve th.J poor little sufferer im your months, no less than tuuueen lJ.-
-- ---- mediately.: by Druggists In every part at Marston $5 Qaina's been absolutely cured by Chambu Vanilla E_ -.d wa! BO better }I

FOley'S Kidney Cure of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle II lain's Cough Remedy. This must I than other extras its price would I I .

c.u.cs ki 1 oyster today. Try them. Be tare you ask for"M n,Wlnslow's Soothing Great Furniture Empo- surely be a record" For sale by all be the same. 0-ce tried, always I

ntys and Haifa ftfo NIC APOSTLE Syrup, and take no other kind rium. druggists! and medicine dealers. used. i I

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NEW ORLEANS STRIKE ENDS. I AT THE TOP. SHIP BURNS; CREW RESCUED. I


-- It is a laudable ambition to reach the Rh umallsm
Settlement Railways
Reached Between I> Schooner Sinks After to
j top of the ladder of success. But many Burning:;

Company and Employes. i 1 a man who reaches the topmost rung Water's Edge.

Xew Orleans.! I.a.. Oct. 13.-The |, finds his position a torment in'trad: of a Key West. Fla.. Oct. 13.-Cs.in. :: The 1 :J.lw"nt bottle and flannel strip are ( )

street car strike was settled Saturday triumph. He has I Sam \ViHiaics.: of the schooner F e.; familiar V.
in everhousehold.
sacrificed hIs I'' obJects nearly .
night by the union almost! unanimous-1! 'I health to success. : arrive>,! ftjni the keys and 1")1)1': '" They are th'- ut-ipnns that have hen used for .

Jy accepting the governor's ultima- A nun can sue I that ,,'hjJehe was passing Key T.arso i j generations ta ;"..;ht old Rheumatism, and ate _. -

i turn on a secret bal (Jt. Negotiation ce.l! and t be reid cts of that place hoardsI! !I about as cuLv-tive in fie battle with this giant ,. .: ... '

if he and reported that a large; faur-rrs td 'i! disease 1-9 ,n '.
wt-ut on until 7 o'c-"k! Sunday corning strjng as the blunderbuss of our forefathers Is4. ,
I heeds Nature's si-hoor r was burn?d r..f'41rlJlr: .: would be. in modern warfare.
,ft when the executive board finally ; .
1\/\ w"irm=Ss. When light house Sunday last which aite.p p! Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour ,;y
%
decided to submit the matter to a there is >
|' indiges- -wa- -ls sank; the crew had all boon; condition cf the blood. It is filled with acrid irritating
general rnettthof the unioa.! whlca: lion, los< of ap- i' matter that se'"
saved an.J'rE' at the light ho in the .IS
pel'te, ringing in .s\ joints muscles and nerves and linimerts and oils air ,,:
began atI o'do<'k and ended atj but taken off later _... else r t,
were by ste
a .r applied
'the duzic < externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding '
ears, _ p,trtiweredeposited ,
1 The Human Lottery o'clock. :c ness, spots bej which went torth.Several there by the blood and can be reached only tir, ',_: ,'

"Ah The bas!s of settlement '? that the j fore the eyes or of the wrecking tugs were Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve ter&porafilv th. .

I Ifonly I were beautiful" men will go back to work today at I j j2'i palpitation of the 1' reparlng to go but later gave up th pains, but these are only symptoms which are liable to MM- :. ", .

; how happy life would be. : (er.ts and 10 hours. with a m'u. i heart ; any or all ,tnp as they wanted fuller dt.jK! change of the weather ; the real disease lies deeper the hl" .ii! _

!Many forlorn maid has said this as she mum of seven and one-half hours a of.these symptoms _ which tan not come in as j eL are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically 'nd ".!>

1t looked into the mirror, It is the one possession lay. no du uiaiinatj cn to be made point loss of to weakness andI I The steamer Miami has anivafrom the blood has been purified, and no remedy does jn.ni.in.until this
F in the lottery (.f human life whidl I I nutrition. Dr. so t
1 woman would nut rtfuse. ablest: any cf tne men umler charges J!I Pierce's GollenIffi.:: Miami, but did not report any and promptly a? S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and s.v! :?

; and so many to be taken back as are I ical Discovery cures diseases I particulars. of rich, strong blood to the affected! i "'

1 BRADFIELD'SFemale aeetJ for the operation of the cornS of the stomach dissolves and washes out all foieign n, it.-' : :;1

1-any's lines. The hitch was on the and other organs of digestion BOER! : GENERALS IN PARIS. sufferer obtains happy relief f roni thi t : t. j

Regulator taking bark of the men under charges I and nutrition. S. S. S. contains no potash or I.tit! r W q

i 4 l foryounjy girls on thethresholdof woman but the! railways company finally con- By perfect nourishment and abundant dis1 Are Heartily Cheered as They Pass i Is a perfect vegetable blood piir-.r: : I: =1

re1.d this. allowing the courts to Je-1 I 1 exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise without < ,
.'i bood is invaluable. When they become tnbuted to each vital Through the Streets. i ,- :

I pale and languid, the eyes dull, aching eifUthe gunt of the men. | organ it enables the co-opera-, I Paris. Oct. 13.-The oBer peneral '! write about their case, and we will send free our special book cu, t-, .

I ) Lead, fet and hands cold, appetite gone Thf-re is widespread rejoicing in the tion of all the organs to pre. Botha. Dewetjaml rlary.I arrivi I :;! and its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, ba

,l or abnormal, obstructed jtriods and painful city over settlement of the strlk j i serve the perfect health of I Paris today. Senato Pauliat and UuproBoer i

: menses, ami their systems generally It began Sunday! morning two works:;: 1! the body. I committeo received thorn '! -
:
a
c l run down, they need a tonic, building uj. "For about two years I Buffered Iron a \,->r% '
,
.c and their blood cleansed.Bradfield's !! ago an( bas been the mo. effectivetieu obstinate ca...,ul .tyt.pcnia"writes R !. ..ecor.l the railroad station. After speeches TIME TABLE. '
c\ : th." i 1-1., of i; Easternt Toronto f>ntano "'I
t Vnulc Kijjulator for womea tfT attercited .n I'ity. | tried a great: uiimbrr .,f rrnitUif. Kithoiit >uccpss of welcome had been delivered theparty i!

3 Is particularly \Jiiable and uoCfulowing !I I bnally!! lost faith In them all I Wa '<0 drove to a hotel.
tonic and I READY 1 far gone that I could not l>earanv solid f.n.d in I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
b' toils rojrties as a regulatoi FOR THE FRAY. The precincts of the station and theroute
my stomach for a lons tune ; Ml imlanch.dy! : IN J-: 'nC1' litlt'KMBKK 1. 1S"H
of the i
menstrual tlow' 1'ainful obstructed
I and depressed Could notrrp\ nor follow mv to the hotel ware thronged with :
f i and buj'presseil nit-nstruation is |*rmanently Democratic State occupation: Some lour month ago :, frlt.njrecommtnded
t Central Committeeof spectators. who heaitily cheered I Icenerals New Orleans and Mobile
4 rele\ed and l all diseases pvculiatto \our Gol.Hn iWical lu-iintry th" _._ ____ n u,_ ___ :
; Alabama! at Work. !I| After a week s Ir alm"11I I ha.l.ll.rh't'.l..... mulh although the crowds pree.eat ,
to her cured it. 1
jji-nital organs arc >y benefit thdt I continued the nittlidn.I! hive ; ,
0.1I. .
'0.4. So.% No.5.
:t
11 1 lie).rulator rlt--.rs the compk-xion, LrigLt- P.irn'inL-ham. Ala.! ()(-t. 13.-The taken three bottles and am convinced it has and the enthusiasm m3. 1fest".! j 1J5 Ii lU'im'' UO p : ',E'a1'8.... 'poa I ::( ) & .0 f

4; i I ens the eve, s>hinns the apj>itite, res I Donidcrat.c: state diitrr.1 campaign !| ill mv accomplished a Ill'nnan.ol ure I were" nothing like, the assemblage nn,1 i ;, 1Ir.I" :2T p I 1:1r.! a Lave uh. \ \ola..Arrh'l'I I 1X' II :
and Mi 1 .trlicd conditions of can con-cientii a-\\\ recommend it to the.. thou. 11\). a 4::!:! Ti I :!:Ii/j a L &v.s .. ,_. I.IIIII m ,_ Leave I lea' 0 I, I.
1 mows mudily ( uuimtt*e has gone uihntly to uur\: !', san Is- d\speptiis throuuho.it: ihe land emor.trfttiri witnessed on the occa1sion I __ H5p I 7eo&.v..S.w4)rlssn.' .. LPavPi.p. 7 -
the skin and cuns MI lv h".bl'hc at once. : The Common -- -
t I : enseredica1:: Adviser, of Mr Kruger's arrival here two
? 6 Of druifKiits i at *r.oo pet tM ttli- f and have ooeneJ up headquarters at' IonS large pages in paper covers is sent years am. !;, North.

'Petft-tt K-altli for Women" the :tletrop'.tan;: hotel. .
of
can Jiif on rc'Cuij.t Jl one cent s>taui]>s to

If .?I$ be had frtc by lending us your address. This is the committee: rats d by the pay expense of mailing 011/V. Address So. :!. : No.4. :'00 :

THE BRASFIELO:: REGULATOR CO.. AILAMA CX state executive committee to conduct Dr. R. V. 1'ierce, Luualo, :\. V. l1nipm ; 1:15p m II. L..IIo\"H ... P..n'4cnlll .Arrive 4.ilSa :" ;, I
j ])JI>B AVIlIiunt n \VnnI. I '
: in : 1pm \ r.v. .tontcnnt-ry ...I .sVC 11:1.; a
ti:.' campaign tor the state and t'itifcsioaal ).)- I Keti an nniisitne: w.mian w.istnllviim 11:511 am II:!r4 Din -\rrvhiumi h1II ...I..av8 5t: ,i ,
LILILOUKALANI 7: /i p m 11:111" m i rrSlhnv 'II1.are
COMING. I .
i. SAYINGSOF" CHILDREN.fimtf E. K to .1II.'Shit"omh% Uiley .111 .
nomine f. Ken. .
I tu 1& m :I3: a 111 i \r.1\ ,. :.'11.\.11..' :., 'i7f'lam ;;; II ,
I Campbell! of Uzi. l :ty. is chairman how po-irl) {laul l was the \i.rofej-sinn nI|' 1I:1iI" mr'v... : treiunatI.. I."HV iI: p. ..:

1 : 4 Viniif Inc. leni.irk<< I.)' I lie I.it- and Hon. John C. Pugh, f-opretary O! Will Press Her Claim at WashingtonFor Utenitun "Iit. :Mr. Kil'\'." sanl she. -_7: lam_ _l:5pm-,_ _"': .'. ?rlV. !>41.I.nul'---J..I' _CI.. p', :

tie (>,..-.. the iuu: executive, committoe. Is geeittary. < Crown Lanes "surclj jon ha1,0 i-uise fur cuinpluiuin -, 'E'SACOL AND RIVER JUNCTI0No.

4s-ii Small I:Soy--I want to i!,'t a bale of The balance ot the commit- Honolulu: DM. 7. via San Francisco, ;.:. You must IKa \'('1'ridl. .
: :tl-II'ioUy Jo..thaily I ostophl'rl! time not shown t! SO. :!-I'\\ fi
: : Lay. te<> consists of HnH Wy.. Brandon Grt J.;{.KxQ'ii-en I.ihoukalria! w'l:! man. 1 IIitdtr'1.IttIIIH: iot n dollar a |

1I'ill.'.--What d,) you want with buy? Iravhere by the ( word for all write". "Yl '' 11:56 pm 7:00 a m ,Le"vfI ... I'MU."t'OIl.......-..>\rrl\"t'I-p: -ii ;
Ventura Jet 11. for joii -( -' '',
Robert J.
.1. '
Lowe Joaes G. Moore .
12:15 at';l1t 7:1:1": ..... Bob"utls ... ... l\': 1"I
Iti.i; Is it for your f.jtbrr'? K. Jackson Wilson U Brown. George!' Washington.! I). C.. where, it is understood : taadam" said Riley, with his slm\ : ) 7:11": .. ... \1I1..tr5..m.. lOntslri3 "

Small liuy-Xh. sir; it's for our horse. ... I she will her draw "but siitiK-tiinex I tit all ai.1 : 7lil It .........5s.tambta ...._ .. 10:8:1":
\. Jon* ? alA D. F. Roden. press claim for the day I 12:115" 7.5" ... .._ Mulct .._ ..... 111:51 '' ..
The campaign will be a short and crown lands. can't think of a blamed word." 1tI111" 7:2'j" .. _. ..... HHrp .._ ._ IOI" !
'. M.iui'iia-Yoii must be awfully care- Her suite will 1:50" 71i" .........salt City .._._.. .. IlIa "
spicy ore, and especial reference will'| be the same as lat IM" 7:111I" .' .... Milton.. .._. 10:10"
ful. .d.uliii The doctor. says your tystim be had to the \enth district: in1! year. and she will make stops at Sat! 'I hp \Virsr -' I i i- all upsetLittle Lake I' 1:55" 11:15 .. ..... .... 11olts.... "' 11:115 to ,
viliich th<-re is noult of the resut.: City. Chicago and New Yoi c. Multitudes are riuirins the praise- !::'II ,. t.1O ...--..- -ll1h"D .._._ .. 11:20" I
it ; Uoi-Yis. I :guess It is. maw What the :!!t.. -------Cr-stvt..w------_ .
(juepn's attitude is toward of Kodol, the new discovery whichis : M:5i4 ':111"
t' raa. 'cause my (uots' :l lloeP. anti i'- I 11:1.1" w.t6 'a .. ..D. ....r Land .__ It 8: 5" .
must lie ... INJURED IN RUNAWAY. : the 'anI1iJatt's for d 'lpcntn? to making o many sick people well 8:3 00 9:10 ...... 1o-e'y hirtsi .._ lIt' "
pk ttvriMy uj> 'tvbvu tlioygo congress is un<-..rta.ln. She has jcreatinflueiice and we >k people strong by diRe
; to t-loep lit tlio wrong emll: what they eat; by clean in? and :1" S. \1:44 .. ...-. .- \rKyle ....._ .. 1cc"
with the
Trap Containing Two Couples Ovtr-i I natives and it she the CI') lbbT ....Ponce d. Leon._. 7'V"
gives advice to vote for WiKtjx weeteninr; -tomacli and by 1\:00"\ 10tO .- .. W"'Ilip ....._ .. 7:17"-
I p : ;, ,i "< lie, lij one ou<- fri.-ntl* puss away" turned Near Birmingham Ala. I| or transforming their food into the 6tl$ a 10:15 .. .. ...-. "rynll" ...._ 1:12" .
) niiisisl the old funeral mrmin'ham.la.! ., O<'t. 13.-While Prince CUpid. it will practically mean kind cf pure rich red blood that 1\.1\1"\ 10:00 .. ......_ .0 \onlfHY......... :. II::; :
ii2 lady as a driving lied the elation of the ow she favor make feel o'd."II Mr.Cranfihl. 8:111": 10:11 ....... 'hipley .. .-.-. 1I\7":
on mountain a short distance you over. ..
... I i Cf-ioii was passing by thf house. 1'1'0'1 I 1\:911" 11:01' ... .('ottondaI6...,_ tIs : .1
"We'll! irrandiua," n-iunrked from here Saturday afternoon Prin(', Cupid who i is her favorite ofTroy, I. T., writes : For 7.tlo" lI1"' ,.. Rra"n&! ....-... .. 1iI, ,, .

ti rf wouldn'tVia : :Misses Ethel and Carrie Shame, the':' ': nephew is the, Republican! candidate. a number ot years I was; troubled ; 7..SO"' H: 5" .". ....l'ypl'... ......... .. 57H" :,, ".- .
I C\e-yc-ir-oM il-irry. "you with Indigestion !nd LlC! .....Ur"11 Itld 8.._ 1It:
: ,.. want to ::11 two \by Iwo or In daughters of Associate Justice II. \. In a speech ihi- week he denied! that th dy"rpl''i'llwhich 7M ,. lui no'o"- "n..ottts ..... .. ;"I'
in'o form.
woNt .
'\ t1' grew 11,111" 1'11I I'.rrtv.Ks.. 'tn.ttOfl .I cay.5.t"
::' 11 1uudll'I. Would voti"iji SI rpe, and society! leaders of Birmingham rx-queeu favoredViltox.. Finally I: w'i iiidticpiJ to tie K'M'C'!

were thrown from high Prirl'p r-.itiid said! ho told his aunt .
a -
and after
I using; f.uir b() tle I am entirely

\\lt. "Xl.imin.i." said littK- 1:' >i i"-. "wb<-n trap( and the arm of Miss Carrie wa, that tL- In.interr ; 5 of Hawaii d-- I cured. I heartily recommend! I _
,
I.t MpU' are liiniiKl tilt,.v alwn;'" Ri't: i hroKi'ii.; Sh.- wa. unconscious fur rnand the sum"" of the Rt't.iiMi'-p.n! \\rn\\\\-1 to all ''iilfer from indiic'-1;

tt4 ..s tl'lIlil th> fncc. doii't tlu-i':" 1 sfral hours. ; PI1-ty. and she tuld him to p 3'1 ''1 I :and dy1t.piI. Take a dlNp aft<,r

%. "I !.die\',' s. lU-ar." was tw rvjily.TltHi. I I The young ladies wore driving with and make thf fiih as a Kepi'll')] <'an. i! ne11"! It di<.::e=t" what y<',tl >-..it'Harp HARPER

i r ." coiitiiiiUMl the littK'obstrvor.I William! Johnston son of fjoverno: The ex-queen will:l not talk on t"'e su'ijert. : :, :-- Phnriiic.cy John "- ..miMdtiey

I wond.r why UwlMJf i ,!"- (:1I1 gi'snshaint" I Joseph Johnston and Wilbur Brown. j and she i laims! to be strictly: i Kahn.AftNR_ .
h -
in liN "o','v<-<'bicugo News.of I The hollos became frightiued near neutral hut her confidential! airrnt. .', I I

;. the top of the mountain and ran down | 0. Carter has come out In favor of I II ; AV
VImSif
I ,
p.5." J
:I'' !' r.a..cot of ':1\.1 Iii.... the road! at r hreak-m-ck sff>pd. upsoti i Wileox. ; ':'c mObt .I a: n.:: :13h'310h
: i f f i:i Pr. Ilfiiry V.in I1,' tsIIs!! a story of I tms the trap near the liottom. Th
I en Irishman who wisliiisinisx i-iiir'srwl i in tlic ladies were brought to tho Ancther Skyscraper. I If you want a good Bedstead -

of cliirki-n nil ,!iny nmr I city in an ambulance! llirmin ''''' .'L Ala.. Oct. 1": .-P'ri .j ,

..I .. I'rlrw'I. 1'111' d.iy n tniM-liiu' niJiiMl'ir' i i mi"hanTw>rd ::ky.'T't; r II :!:1i or a nice Crib for the
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A& fl ('lpr..1 : i :..:i' It til'4 I5<.% Of Soi'oriii"il NEGROES FIGHT FOR FRANCHIS i I soon V 'nun \:av.A-'tie 1, of mi !, baby, Jo to JUarxlon
} ; ni urh ) I .it feetliii;; lime and i, .'MrrxTation! iif'\ >- just been filed with I QltlllrJ/S r .." '

1 ... .J fi. ;:I'-k" th.it tin' niral In- niKol with i Appeal From Alabama to Supreme th- !'I"OI.t"' jll he"ere for t1:e incur- fYlj '

): ..(} Mndi.ht.: nisistins: that the lnins would Court cf United States. !j nciaiioii; if tli" Woodward Pon.atr.i JJJ J'J

I'' nut know tin* ililTci out'e. A few months thin c""''.&rv with a raid \
I Montgomery. Ala.. Oct 1.1: .-John up capital! i CURES WEAK MEN FREE. 1D ..,.. '.. P, "S'
later th.traveliuj I :; man was again 1:1 Jon<*. of the: Unite Statt-s (court hai I 01 :or ,e<,o. This company v.a'1: \\\ v : .MI .... .I.., #1';

;; .' !: the and he asked if the I i i --'Io-i. --'i&_ S."f ,4 ,,.-r.
"' iniiiiiity. mfiiM: the ai,pli<'ation of JV.. Gilesj once commence the erection of a 12 j LIGHT YOUR HOUSE WITH CASl'I'I'I.IIn --t< ,- ... .. -'
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new dirt! Iriil h'. !* tried and what the !j Mr an injunction! restraining the resj j' for' tet-! hii'diig!: on thecorner north a.?: j lusiiio4 !>
$ o "I, ," result had \IHVII. "It workt. In-auliful- I j j hirars from .>{">;'iI1j? up their lsts i j jj I of Second avenue an.1 Twentieth -I j fur ;iI

r ly." na- the reply. "t'ei? the 01.1 l \'i'llow 1- I street It will cover a 'ot IO'I\> j j'l4l I tii't.' Scientifically Distilled! ,
'I j without the names of himself and : cur.hima.IT : I1Y TMt: I'K.NSU: .,\ ,
t lIo811) man m"yiUll'kly
rl IH-II! WI1 I tried !IT on half I fe<'-t. and will be built .
..
oth"r acnurdm after of from
qualified rtf'grn voters.The ; > irs sulTcrinn 'xu,1 fiikiifss (. '
\&t l'I1'It .
\ \
1 :. nnd half and she liked it owl! that J-idge's action is based on- watt to th.* mo!'t mo-lern and iUPTOVo'II I lost \taILI} niKlit 10.'--'. \'aricucf le. i ] Naturally Aged.

4 I i-hanse-l it to nil | The First National merits are i.f thfl '
of jurisdiction following decisions' plans. bank is a i size IInll'Iltnr.. Simply eml your naire i utnm-t i- Pure.
1 last tilll" 1'1,1'I iiatchtil tl.rof the 'I sad nddrcsv Dr. Ku 'I [ Absolutely
la-e shareholder in the to pp -dlcnll 0. I.-* |bility and nhi'ii mtallth"r.. '
which confine the equity side of tlw company and once -
I' Hull HuilJiniiftruit.. :Midi. and theywill
1 cbic-ks hul"MKI"II lejr mid a fourth I the store will be Ito-M .\iiil &>ati'", I ir il.i ; i -
corner plannel fur I is "
court to matters involving property gladly! st-iul frt" r""lptt II fulldirt-c-i i I nit more expense U an that f'lr g .s
!lt vas a wtnIiecker.Arui1aut.t. [ ; lions M> tlml am in an hillY .-H-.iIv tunliini-
that riiaipaity's use as a banking > K.II ', il- b.Dannheissor:
.. rights; i I II"U nt liome. '1 his I' ..rltunly n most ift-n euu-uineil. Our ; .rvic. is nf tlif
4 An ma..p. hopThe! remainder of the build- I..rou, olf..r.llnd tht' tl\l1"wlllll"1Ir"cl l"kl'lI '!
Mlnew .. apical was and taken highe-t t and alw.jylike'
t> ttwvfttjtlii I ''f.'. an.11 II i' flieifncy, i
trout tli-ir mall.huw what think
i teg ex > two
tng or
.4J Nothitu In I.niu..rlllr i h. more n)- certified direct to the supreme couil' | storks I of tiiPirepnero-ity. I our lights, thoroughly; lubiH, In
mantic of the United: States i dawn staira will be used for oRiit-s. i ij I "Uear $.r1'itaiaCCit my sincere ,
i : or curious than the fa>hion In j compari-on with other nll.tlpl"lli I- ,f
I thnnSifor yours of rt-o'iil time. I bnvttien -
3, vlUi-li the! orilm.iry ("tII. .lion of amine j V Oarer Trnim.iotlon. | you r trnntnient H thorough tft and ] htinsr, till co-t '-' 'in will
I'.r..lan .
t4j as an opi'nin! ;.: p.'iii'tratiiiK: far b'taw .-- l'UfO""" I tbf liHiiftu has hl'11 fxtraordiuary. It liiifc
Sir Arthur (
uilh.in
In Persia, as well as in Turkey and covercd at |I couijlftilUiHCfo mi- up I am just as b I e found much tn.ff' econunuc il. CHOICESTFRUITS
.Ij' tie! ordinary l.'vfl i i" recTSrdnhtre Monte Carlo unit that j vigorous HI when a bo> and you cauuot
mi- ctrtam njbiinant >- I ,
., throughout the orient
!Induiviui uts offcT to cl.iiili high generally, modtrn j rcalue how btipp, I Bin." ;iI I .
:. waterworks: are uiikuo\in. and inevery ; r" i.iietors hlcln way of neill..ui "lit-ar I'-Ir.-\ our iutlod wcrki-d bi-aiiti- Iteola Gas Co. i ii I -
|
l ilK>\e thicartli's burtiice before pii-rc- : .
Kf-ults
I'ersian town tinwomen and i :_' ,hi'ir dml';;' with tin- i.ppiarjar.r I fully. -fxitctly what I n -id"d.Mrcmrtb
I. Ill;; into it. and vigor hay.c.ittipl.tihy r"- ,
girls! be \ i .nd St:1l1l1l1:; ot liuir tU .i'IIUl'r8. turned anti Piilar t-mmi : f AND NFECT1ONER'C. f
it is t-ntlrily
way seen da.vbrciik on their | I ( nalii-i
i and 27 E. Garden 5?.
,i There ifor iiiM.imv. the Curckajolil I to the ioiiiuionflt& \Vi-i! !u.I'I1II! ;. .il. :i<-. Sir .\rllmrlIi factorj :' 25 Pensaccla. FlaFNlli.Ii
u.ij just as in | I Il'e ; ,
,
mine prolial.ly thelushest in the r I".rs-Your.a nivid and I liad
old Il'kti.n: >!;. Tn.'y'arry their i !'ii the! !1m!<.t i.f 1'; ,''!l1IU&lag on! partic-- ;?jnotroubl- umking,- uf ili>- iipl It- "

1T : "'''1'1,1. Mtuatfd U.itHt fit-t up I i'l .theAiu'.is 1'iti-lit-rs on theirli mldcrs! iiiul ; i ular plai-e where he knew to i ceUiime! i dirwt.d. mill truthfully .ay it i. a lioon ; :: : 1-1:1\1; II .,UkhI-lIl.},
I.IMK '. iioi far from tinritj of Trug; 1 to 1'.1{ Iii' ii. I am Kr-iitlv iiiiproxnt 'PciULE's11i
I .
# Wht V. < I
| ;'<' WiT" '
water fur tln household u..f'S ot thedy. \ Sizirtflglti Ii\"r". .
.JujU in Arsi ntiii.i. So high Is this Titn'll i tliudaj' there &.,.t at tV title ., j ..inli1 I H I co!"rMspin.i 1-i.(t.' is '11'1':0' rnnlid..n. F.illiiwn./* L.! .' cfdulp! 'if ti ." ,
It J mine th.it it is onh worki-d with snatdiiiuuliy : is tinp u T.l ele1r1114 1 '''a''. niiiilf-d in p' .i''. ,.itthhitt. lo|>,i- Tin* 'ovr.rllmHIt st" iIHInf i".rJ: "'....JOcl. i I
l.ouw :': hie; ifS\ii aY !1.i'i! :, Russia: U :n. 'I.- .. ( East; Gwernstt 51.1
for ,
1l news. Aiiotlii r uii! .ll sight r i>-i lit ifm- r. i-rvin. lu"IIo.\ want irhich :
'I' thvr
owiiijr ho THE SEW printfur *-
to i "mountain 'kLi'sj. ,
I
M I ., '
in.in. p'Hi :is. UL, for Ins !hillt55rnposer in. P'r\ 11.11 \ "
in IVr : in tonnn i> the t.' M'II"r. U,' .
: ;
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niercl.Jtitwtio! lt
of he ip .
1L.i1 and similar tr."ld-s to whhhwiirkcis hu1 1 that the -n't Kiinnrly L'orrtov: H> .t:1 ''Ir -
,,, piii.'s \\i/i' ----
'(I c:1. .( a Ins Ir-; t"-"It: [( in nlh'T! fir the \ .inmiarn i
S u 1 ii this Imin'iiMnltitudi*. nliialis I i I .'xorl!.0:1 iitlv ln;.'li, lit si'iitcuiIto' : !jjoiidto y I|i 0.1'.r.j".d; of Pit.----; ; 1 1to i
t 4i L tlitiJ.ct. ii:' flit. rin one full I uf 1.i- "'a l1I'r, tin- i r; h II Jo.I ; :
11I..lot in ilie nir
suit-
art ami cli"'iaiid d : $:i.tEJprduzeu.
i iLcF I ...th'rII' ti'M I.i-. n:,n* :;ri' ii a tr'J.. 'pnetur f.n e\ii.in.i| ij ry U ii', tz f ...pav..t.n'tculft .. ... iUl'.R. rnaiifftrraflCaL. !
r !
Ni-r x\l'j. !, is 1. ti 1'.1 1'- : ;- 'Mt. IJi-in.--, 110m.TIlt' !'t: b ::4 i..f;' C caD : \: i..:'- it ti.. ': .
i i'. tlvo .
j, rhfl4aya. Bolivia is the .jeave* l lck n. "* ft in
i iir
It:1\:1I1.\
t 'iiiciil i l S.rtl.r m
ma1 no : rn i --
F 1 1 Vet.i il.,1 I "m.- 'lierdi i'l a *iu: 'i: i nn, "L''t: IIM: Sw rav iarranca -. -. .: > H HI, {PJ1 RYReYAL FILLS
..t MIHw r ore tt'.i: : 'l"-:1": '': .!II'u; :' liitia .\ ( ; n" IP in'Inei.tial dit lit .n I II ftht cztJd ,a\8 1''o.8cola .. fc ,i". u. ii,. :
Iq t'xtlt.:1: I.'I.IH': fit't IlltoVe s 6'I1"1'1.. ; t; Arn\Hs H"rral1t'a11:10 a m md 'i n .
in 1.
was : ins ; :: t.s. II.- Vplained : ,
\j" r-.l! I I! i.W.ilise HIM i 'iJ "'''Ut. "' >I. "
r'i n !It !J. .-nil Ijsi .It! h
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? while the .1 Tiake- trip to tort UcKe? n'l t-' n.crn. '<- i iki '
Kiuie nit : is -
wrought; n ir1'tvjm. tliat Hie lIIi.I:!', hy with tJ.U. I .( \0--.4.: r W in- i.-s '
clous :i:1. ':1\' on,:'. \r'h': i* ii'irinlaim. : ; to H"-"lIone"8. ijnv "J .. IIi
i in Tit! ,' ( .I\'tlm.! '!'">. 1i4'ty feot li'er.' I ; the Itcn <. rtarrancas 1 inp m '..I 1.1.bo' .. "
o
ca '
; abnti1..> wat.T. ':' i It' priMluce fr.. t iu I I. .'f-'I.! : ;. v, '-1.: |p'nI':! ''',! lI.t i iI I f > i.:: or :s to ..ea'I'tckrs u" I. ::; i- ii.rav.e ,i ..,' '-l--.,," .. ,' "'''''. -. t. .... .
f ; Sii W5KCT: : K E II I ,..
': exceptKITI/ is 1:1: 'u. the pr tori c .. P".acll" (, fl"
; all th.' I U wirrusln i..uli :to th.r: eric:: nl l ;0,11.:1.I !I.e fluid \\ ..ihin. 'Pj: pig I- .III .
zi back over said"The ,. .aI'hk"n' :i:, .O'rn I. ,a--:
'I I i I 1't.lln.rt I take T ii.rertly. Ii. r ; -:- .
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jin"">i'nt a >'!. IrtMneiKitiiis tu"llIl.Iill: paths: ii.t' ]"vints I 'i; !j.nnv \ \- Hnrraiiras nt: p m. an- uiakrip -' I.: i-.i '"
and tie but'er I iham'hiu toOt .
,. .. to tc1t.' and I
whore it ,' mil !ul- 11fl ". It i .I" ul tir! nnsNisililitl : rt-turn
m IK.placvd IIn or be .,
',- je giv.nd ciuke. lie not uotie :L On Wfdnf-d,ly-andKaturd ..yt:
ifor tin' \v.-.trli l'.rlmn.in t. nt
coiK-ertni'eti into more portalde form L LI The iden of charging to the ,-rnmldnke ?: efundtd.. CotxtoirurciicdJei oat wi1: leave Barranca- I'll'k.
fun :'i<>.iii--siii'i lo t'.e! I', r,1n r"'al'it.
: for further transit by wagon to tlieitalKKird.itrij m- for Peiisaoola at 6'i: II:
an item 32:iin"t whose civtor u- reccgcksd emJ.I p
..! 11. I."t the ii.! : lor |..U.m'irniiljsS.i. tl -"':, PARKER'SHAIR
Stories.Natural .
I 441'. ate ; Piioth'customer ...! The General French. 1C'I an : -
: .> [iK':1t rIt.91en I t'dt wwiw-ttTiil jir.ee jirote- tnt th f fef "iJ BALSAM :
I : alwlInl'k hc ,' I physldtns u $ lH Jurpn"t.-; only und any out-idi-r 'um t .. Cpar.... .:4 .... r .
; at s ,
?
: -put. iiid raot'i.i.iiiiicrs I&atat I r coiiirHij-pr :1decidedly I .. ::;; .. .
[ : I ly i iiMtn nd Bladder troubls av" a pa--, from the 'lu..rt""a-t : I' I In
humoruus of lJnt1 .. ., .
way getting: (Jt: Ii" 1' if'" "
.t r .\ lI\i"I>'. I :i.niittfl fur the p:'n"xi1 "f I'lio- -, take (.iirFiiKe u i her .I>.- Ib:. 'v ,'< !

i tottwrr.artt approaching win ir.iih.is| !!): the 1'..:; il ilfautXt'w: i of the difficulty. '!UC1I .. ..1 t.\ .r-' CLf!? -" ."' .'... '.. -L- __J

York 'l'1'ilotlIlP. W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE.Grist .
A DOZEN TIMES
I; i1itI ter with ur.t'ailchildrt'u take ------- ANWH I.
('tt>rvm- >liiiiut.. Mr. Owfn Dana of
n. B'ntoFer. -- -
pi'l.i
I < .
o easily. No di ei: "e co"t* more -
I little Ii v..* thstn 101"I! II-tuU. an..li.w 1-'T''I\t' ''I'an.l. roy.'a... write"I hahad i ; i DR.KINC'STRY
It'-s .
croup.; uttark i* Ti ( : lFlro'O.'f
t4GOLAY) = tiny lIJ3UJt'S .
,
: i of the num.'rial kidney and laJjpr trouble fo ?
uJJen ,
lit} that theutlerer i< often I I i nsiduj. was -ar- to llisam: it : .
: 'In.) it became l"rLIUI.)1 : (NEW DISCOVERYTAKE
beyond human aid before the rloctnrarrive .1 v itiu, s in a Na' Yaktt.>' court a *o bad that f wa- I '
; $ -. Such i .',, oblized to cet up at lea-t I< ozen and Corn Meal [Wills C"bI'IA anti t1i3Ci 1% {/ D1 JI
l'l" His
: e yield readily \\ clays as;: > : gieat graiuJfatLer..lli.im times ni rht. Ineverrece" n." 'nre In 48 Issir' tilt' ::::;J 1 FOR THAT COLD :
I Oue Minute Cnllh ('url'. Liquid- \, .!.! Wa,..hiii "' the 'an\
toii. wa
; mier- .
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... ..... .. .
perni-inect benefit from f medicine 3a t id ..1ta; 'I'; !
themucu* :,1. F. GONZALEZ &
i i u CO.
k allay tlimnmimi. re- .il'- l.rotr! Imt. Iwiuc: a Tory left this Prop I, : NO SUOSTITUTE-
I
until I tried 11111'" &I' 1)11.r.r.TI!
t't niovtdanger.. Ab-olute-ly Folet'Kidney .e '
.j : l imaiedi.itfly. Cure con.ti*, colds. Act, <', untry for Ctsglnnd during; th.. war of Cure After usin: two t -,*, I rnnred. ManofactC'ertJHOICK Cures Consumption/ ,fl1!

ihi- Itovolntl in. Lat.'r be .'.'ttUHl in P.t-1- ; ." W. A. D'Aleinl .>, 121 t'PaUfox MBALANI) PT'ItKOKOOT
a trip, bronchus. all throat and lunir Cold: Jronclnti .:\ hi'"' It
;.:iiiHi. The twentieth! Ueersedo. treet. STOCK PROfESSION CA RDS. ,
1 trouble. F. :S. McM'ihou.: century FEEl
Hamptllll.: __.. ___ ___. _._ ( eTI'f J '
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: 1 Qa : "A h'i:ltl l cold rendered nj" "nicp.: .'" not ianfur the rl.tl't.'t..l glory Patronise Home Industry lor there It .. .. ..___._ PneumoniaHay '
iir le< b. fore Ib'II1l.'S with his If yon want a nice p: nt to gie:I j;!: every reason you snould: buy your Meal ant M.
j ju-Jt an oratorical ('Ol1tp",,. name tliousrh no II W C. ROWE, D. risy LaG rippe IIlar"l'III'IIi'Sore
: .0 a fri nd, go and loo' r\Ul.'h tl ]!, StOCk rend Irom the Home Manafactorer ,
4 I iiit, nded to witl draw but took I"1'-- has .itt-r veneration than te for i : .
cr leg'ant line of suits' or by iO doing you encourage home IndaiI iWhoopi.1
tj Throat
rticles I Croup a
I One :Minnie Couh Cure. It restored I the nina who was first in the hearts cf I I. I try. Your money U left In tio; cominanit Orhce: 17< S. I'alafoi ,
Stephen you -i. can fl: d I infl you in tarn are ladlrenly benefltec
l' my voice m time to win the raedil.: his countrymen. Hourtfrom1 S to1 a. m and 1 to S p. : Cou }h.
!i .tompthingr to please t. II veant n I tottering the borne manufacturer yococtrbate S
JlnrirJPharmacy! : John Sheppard, auythinar in the T oad fi.,ei : to the cause of labor. Yon and after 7o'clockZ3lxou.o 11.1 NO CURE. NO PAY.
Sidney Kahn.! I it totnecommaciiy In waicu yon lire 0.1 : at:;.
I Try the .NEWS Want Column. '1"i sure to see him be' ', ja boy bleb contribute to your lupport. I, Pric 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
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I THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14,1902. ThFii

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THE ART THAT DIES f TilE .
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I CLEASING CATARRH SEER:

A Name Is All the Actor or .\ctren r AMI HE ILIXG
.B.OiJ1JHEMlll'N
I.emeu In Po>terii;>'. I CURE KOUCflTfllJPJ ,

The product <.f th material I art* may B 19

'Ki 19 cl' all Bottled Baers." Highest! priced because purest and best quality tJcMi'iid td pointy i ; t.-.r. ti!I .ustind!* ofj.ui cuRsco21 "on Lager. J

The American Brewing Co..St. Louli,Ma.KVKhYWHKKK. -.. In th-- "\.i.iu of :.1.o" (.r the J \

: "11iIl: ;: < Jlidi..li.r" we have today the I 'i1y's Beer stored I I

-- r-OLD !m-- I It' -aUII' marl le '.. enught I y the: i-liixl 1 }! Cream Bffl! '

I.r ;;;"IIUS! 111 tLetiul"uf iVricl s. Spread ,
n\er L h.' walls <.f Italy in this twenti.I' msy; and pleasant .:'S and maturing

.'s ..; ,: .'o r; NOTES OF NOTABLES. :h -'iitui-y is the vwy pigment; left: I -Mjuriousilruf<) use. Contains no cct", fIL'/D/ i :
mellowed ,
till
I ItUquicklv .\"..orb.. : .
theiv by Awz 'I" and UapluieL! allhou:
I .,,01] S_l,," ; td. ,iviiut I )
I. .ii'i., I i. fi.nd of animals i tlh:1 COLD HEAD
nil I orltel t. for more than So;) years tilt Ir hands oner.t.JVns : : t
ami has a I;.\l1.ll' cal .:liat is his::; tvu- and ripened
.
I. the chsipion Lave lain mutit.nhss. The tempUs: ifItaly ? nn l fl'aniitin- %utj l't-ityL** ,
i:' t .f the world nSi "- t-iant fomi aniv>n. Exj'l't: and ilretnv and the Ill the A J I1a.P *"!1ll" iU',lii'H. 11(0,1-.1. l'n't(-tt: ? i I. ;
It'mIJnll\l'. Kitnntlir >CIISH nf 1'.1,1 into wholesomeness is "on i
I Iivl !
: !n Frauctero from Major )i.Tt Ifcirling. recently appointed mo>t fai'Ied orient cxit; inlay iti all atuISiuull. Lou1'; "- .'>1.... .,t l 0 u.i-(- in 1 lv, | f F
IK.IIC.- commissioner: of I'.Ioemfoiitilu. : wail; Iris! I'I11"lOc Cmiii '
ilitmountains.. He their ruinous perfection. The treat: l.y ... "
fLY Busch
All Anheuser
I i only tw.T.ty-lhree years oUL I I iiiTIIKI! lager. =
lJIinst of built in the thirteenth
< rs England 56 r I
\\aireD.Mnvt.NfW York
: :nl, !' )IU(' !iiiall sini<- ', i I
Ci.Min| l.V.. FuliiT! of Hilton has and fourteenth centuries still 1.
:
much tanned awl beers thus until 1
j> eaileil; more than i"U,(. >i) milos and has lift their beautiful spires into the crystal -1 are "lagered" inI
,:'I.at' ; LoaUli.! In tell- \ Hum NEW CABLE PROPOSED.Line i
Cape twenty-two
1':1'lot.U'UUII'" fcky.I The famous writers (If every
said I perfect for use.AnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n t
i-h.-impiun : I I times. a;e and clime tll! t-i,eak in their \

i ". away a few lays icneral Pitz-IIusrh Lee Las been wurks. albeit the echoes I of their voices Will Be Run From Honolulu to i, '

!1IPd; to come l>ack elected iircsiiktjt of the Jamestown 1 have Ions; p, ri:.hed from the! earth. In Fanning Island. '

Imposition: company and has accepted j the written scores of Mozart or Ieetlioven I San FVanclseo. Oct. 13.-Social .Us-! 'I i I

the otlice. or Handel every scintillation! of patches from Honolulu, Oct. V, say it St. Louis, U. S. A. !

ouisV.: Thornburg of Ottumwa, their t>IIIi1su l>e seen and felt in I is i.ow proi-used to run a line of abe! 8reh.!rt o/ the famous Budweiser, Mlchelob Black Cl Tan, Faust. J I

'\, la.. is the oldest settler in that state, this present hour yet the feet of these from Honolulu tn Fanning Island! oy Pale-Lager Anheuser-Standard Export Pale and Ezqul5lt: 11 f

and his wife was the first: white child men have l..n;: since crossed the threshold i H.l''MIK1: >NKK: IMJOS.: Wioirsiic Di-ali-rs, IViisarola Ha. I' '1 I'
a \\ ('iking agreement between the .
t.1''t. \ born In Iowa. of the stars. There is this compensation I -'- )f %
.\ Ltritisli government and the Pacific i
q3:. : Dr. N. C. Murse.: president of the Iowa for those wh'i toil in these arts-

_,'/ / Association of Railway Surg.-ons: !' that tllI'ir'lIrk, if worthy, will live J.IUull'.ia.1 Cable company. Such a I THE NEW GROCERY STORE. i I

;' i I", the heaviest physician in America, after them. I countction would be of benefit u t at-t: i ,. <.

weighing; UJ5: pounds.General Hut the histrionic! art whither all I lice: in case: of an accident disabling: I ,1 J ,

f' Cronje has arrived i-u South the sisur arts come ti throw down either. I ," J,

.rp. Africa from St. Helena and says he is i their: priceless treasuns. what shall we I.I.I 'i.v proposal for this wa made in ,. WILLMOVER

,,: .4. "r."' I't'ael.tu. assist in the work of reconBiruclion i say of it'! What can be said of this the house of commons in the Newealand I I I' ji

I"'. ;t":4: ". .. ...;""' of his country. :glorious art that comes netm-st the ill-I .. parliament by Senator J.Ward ;i Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock t II

J ... ',- vi'ie and who"e triumphs depend vho pointed out the safeguard
William Ciould Drokaw. a New York of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No '
.::: ;, blood the in the I .
,, ,1 -. .. : the rushing or quaver I it wouIU! to.
"" WM-ioty man. is !' '.UdiLIgio'J to
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.I' i C',:'!j >... put a small Jipamse garden! in his estate -. \'OCIor! tlie: taslntiK! ; IIf the eye? I '1C'(1St of the line from Honoltilato I 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.IT.LKIMIOM : t I'I I I I
h.j! it .'
t.. 'RIll ...'" vrtn're are lie pnnluctimis of this art Fanning Island! is estimated at I
,1 I I :. .. near Great Neck, N. Y. : -: air;. i.
; '.: ; whose chisel is the spirit ..'111 whose $1.1100,11110. Tli" of the Pacific I
j r. reports
1' /441 :
; ; lU-v.: Oliver Dyer I is the only survir- I r
mother's lles.TV Where .
marble is
<< c. .. :: lag member of the original fU'noKT'iI'h- company

I ::: t' T..', J-'tenosraphic ic team in the reportIng t'uited was States adopted senate.in ,'is Kean Siddons or Uaciu-l nowV or Where Edwin i I.IkmthV. Carrick or : say Now.t that aland! the pou-mmi-nt plan: pr;>|x--cd practna'iyhas by th' !i I WICI< E & CO. ;

w.; !, ;; ;, Alas in this art of tin; arts when I "
JJ;: i, tLo senate in 1M>. I: iK'cn agreed to bi'twe.-n the two

Count P.oni tie Castellane, his father the eye is sunken or the blood lies cabltlines.! : f
0 H.KFKIKS. pilsele or tin' \oiei' dies out in silence Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
and! two brothers have joined the 4
,,t'.iler.'! .,. I think Ii all the works of the brain, too, I
Frereh League to lefnse to Pay Taxes r ;
have fadl'tt.11 the rnl!;'ht of 1.1D'Uagec'lnnot I
f-ir awhile ,
i !' .lilting::; nn outgrowth of the KO\ernment's clos- !
call ''''fore us the face of one No. i Scuth Palafox Street. I
I !,i\'HU to -i'll SOlllt Inc:;; of the CatlmUe: schoi Is.
,,, | we Live neither! can all the resources i iof I This signature la on every box of the gonuire All Kinds Oi Platnbing auu Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hs.nJ : 4:
I
-'i \\ u at i'utiihna. II. of MerrillVIs.,
A. Wright
mayor painting. and sculpture and literature >UxaUve Bromo-Quiaine: Tablets '!! IrPHn\1.1 ,2.\ '. .NI4ACCtl.A. .'LA ; fl I
I. : !., )'<> and fls-h! until I I Is the youngest chief executive: of any I .. '. '
combined reproduce that: fleeting the rimed? that cored cold in one day.SnuueslHo. ,
I Ii"; '- Mwrt. city: in the northwest. He was born i iD.c. moment of inspiration on the stage.A ,

1 :-i.i: :: to fight agaIn: ? ". ';. IbTii.; and was let-led to the 11 the I'OI1'O111111 tears and agony of I "' '' WKEItLY:: tatCIIEDULE ,

L..I'f111 the ring u position he now holds in May last mankind for a thousand years cannot "I notice that \ 'IU don't fill on the I

i .. ..1 Kitznitumons. That Captain I. M. Smith the first man brin;: back one mortal. from the tomb.In I Itii'zg'rl: ; any inore. \\ iiy I iiit':"' : If You Have FOR STEAM DIVISION

1 1 II Ut> so disgusted me who! stretched! wires across the state |I the histi, ionic art a name is all that "The last time 1 w-; there 1 asked 1'& S\COLA KLECTUICTKUMIHALUAILVTAY:: f I

",; away I fill that I t.t' Wis.-ousin, is still living in 'i'optl.a.i'fl. |:!; comes down in tradition to posterity. I her if sl.*! had anything; I could I take ... COMPANY. I

infft< another 111:111. It I He hs made! weather oliservalions : I i!! For those who struggle upward in home and read, and >be handed: me a -- !
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I
Hensaoola
for the L1I1U
|I'a irtUk! of truth ini fn" >u> a scieutlf.c: standpoint forI this path the consciousness that the tool; on Low to keep hoi:"o on SOUU;: :1'ear.'n.ii.1011 :I Rheumatism Bayou Trains Big leave Bayou, Warrlllltolll'Inl' 1'lr' \1 "

i have been different, the last tifty years. ; grave, which holds! at la>t the artist's TimePaised -. I and Kort Karraaoas at ;

-i tisjht." !. l'nltaia: James 1 Ii. Mullins of Detroitmakes :i du>t. will contain also al! the triumphs 'tHi'L.URIGSOL .__.-- 'jatti! I. m.arrIve at Fort Karrancn ?:1Oa..11I ,"
'! that when he :pot Employes! W<1Qes. luUlI m.arrlvtllt Port Karrancag 10:40 *..rolUip.m.arrlveat
a
:; a poml living; eapttirins sea 1 1IllIn I lof his ;genius, tht' knowledge; that in :
th teciet and
treatroiliirsvj
of Mexico. Oft. 11.Th ( Fort Barranoai litSp.ii8XOp. i
'i in- was! uot panicnt >l. lie ;':I'ts ni">t of them on the the loim future hil"il will lie: l beyond City 1111' < HhfornmH : m.arrlveat Fort Barrdncai ':15p Bl f .
He said tina iViisriMn, ?; wage !)'t"<'fn :'. | will
was. inedy cure arrive Kort Karrancas
coast ot Mexico and southern California his little lit'ptI'lh the artist will beI :1I'p. m T:00p m l
i\c Jim CwrUttin III lm-'I" rf the National Kailwuy m' you It riM> oures Liver, Kidney aii'l '11:". p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancai gUp.a
l i'' : lie has just returned from Eu- I separated from his! works-this consciousness | Bladder disooso Cans <\ by an envss of I Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pen II. "
1 uter wanted to he disposed of foity.'l'lae M"\i"o: : !and that corjKwa'tioii! has Iifatisfa .a: uric ac-ul. It ui'Vtr tails. &nii builds up oolaatTl.
rojKwhere iud this! kIlIlWIt'tII't'r t tI
I the tifttltu hii'l urc't rim \lulf tidr.g it
< the orlly a-.ljuMeil. The wajf.ensino '\1
> "11: : ie man.t..ini will of the bite Adolph Kutnerof I resent and e'r .11"'I"'nin! | ;.; as: he rises L, Soil nanp for boA wonderful certilicates I : ."> a.m. arrive at Penaacol .... H:00a. ft 4
1'resao.! Cal.. has lately been filed l sibove the level of his nn-e. will weave : :; \rs and rondurtors have hl'p'1 I'rice $1 fi-r bottle For salo llmip' m. arrIve at 1't'Dsacola..lI pm mUO :
..111 < rirl.rt. raised an average of 13 per cent. I [l.y drupRi'-ts. If your 'lriiteiit| can nut ': p. m. arrIve at Fonkacol.._. JS p.ra
> for probate I'he thousand dollars is \ out of the sunlight :) shadow and throw supply }')u it will tie tent pnpaid upon 6:nll p m arrive at Pensacola ........ 645 p a ,
: i' .otPbil- left to charity in and! around 1'resno 1: around the brighte; Iud happi- moments I -- -- receipt uf price. Addn--jf T0)p. m. arrlvHat Feneacoia_._. I:'5p, 1 .I
1"1 il meet- who I 'II:'5 p. m. arrive at 1'80saoolll ___ 8BJ; p, .
1 I" ; To ACCOMMODATE those are r
to lie "distributed as the executors; of his lift' the gloom <>t a perpetual '
Los te '
Uricsol Chemical Co. ArgelesCal tardajB only
.",,' d, ring a shall deem l-est without regard for Ild\l'sl'-Chlra Morris in Brani partial to the u "'u I ,1 r".lr: I liquid* into the naal pa: or the FARE FOR WEEK DATB.f Ii I ,
race or creed. i dur Magazine. .; for mtiifi'lmt ,,-,",,,1"1(, the I ., r '
ages proprietors
i .1.1\ I r .i! >'liliia| LN.EriiESwii&CrKewOrleai'LiiDistributing }{ enrasola to;: Fort liarranca.llnd return 4A
1 "I "I I tot I i I prepare Cream Balm. Price, : Pontco1toNvy Yard aud tnrnUt ,
Forty Years' Torture ('...Ioa. (':I"" of Telepaliiy.A I i including the spraying tube i i" 75et- l'en8l1cola to Palmetto, Htaob and return 1H 'i ;
| Agents. I
I i'.i:,1! i /1! : :;-
curious case of telepathy is reported I j Drnggi-u i or by mail. The liquid ---j SUNDAY ICHEOUOI, I
..
., _
: -ii/ I \\\l- To be relieved from torturing dis- II - Ak. A % *l I f "
from Athens. M. Liizare: Lyrites! aJretk I embodies the medicinal propeitiesof : """",Alww .wwws.vLODGE I U'bcnopen wIIf\tht permit tbe running o I
ii- < unity: 1after forly years' torture might; coaches.UmmYt II
of solid preparation. Cream ,
to i i J
talking
( sculptor. Was quietly I Ihis
: ,'" :. ', ::1 '''Tall- welL! caue tnp ;gratitude of any one. wife when suddenly ne became : Halm i. quickly absorbed l by the k'eCm$30l1 LT Fort Btmneti : I j.I f
I 'd'' '. i i'.' the aril. memhrane and does not dry up the vLm 13 k. m. I I
That is what I\Vitt's Witch Hazel greatly excited and began uttering In.imnprtht'nsiIde DIRECTORY U I. m. II m.Ip.a.. I. .
,, I
u .c h is Ini I' secretions: but change them to a' 1p.m. .
Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, O. i i .. lJlrlS'S. When his excitement I :
: ( character. : I : .
I!.1': .1 I 'iiinand natural I and healthy Ely I Ip.rn (.in.

j -: II .. i'l .\ _:;' lIe says: "IeVitt'sVitch Hazel |I;. had sillc-ided somewhat he I I I Brothl r*, M5 Warren "St., X. Y. : 1 1,.m P.m. : ;

.. .. : to arEdm- Salve cured me of pile: niter I hadsufiered ': toLd! his wife that lie had heard si voice KNIGHTS OF PYTBIf.l't .* I. tp.n1 5p.m. 81'.In P a., t
I that his brother's wife was We will launder your spreads for I 8 fm, f
"
: sajii.g p.m.
;;. Cures cuts, !
1 forty 'f1lr: j I I Ii m 1
15 centeach and make them loci >n..acnla hedge, No. 3. K. nt P., :
and his wife noted FARI FOR p "D4r
f. I III': i v, 'i.lad; rtI bums woundi -kiu disease He-i i dead. The sculptor like imw.tLrLaundrv.. I t' )n.acoll to liarriDoui i I
I an 4vy
,I : t Hi' ,n i :i''dul; ware of counterfeitHargi.j Ph'r-I the date and hour of this strange/ occurrence -- -- mnt'ts Ing at7.every:w at Monday Cattle even.is:: 1 ard aDd retnrn _._.______ U4 J'I

:"\ SI ,. .'It 1, 1 lullnw! mac)', Johu Slitppard Sidney Kahn. :: irtd some days later a letter J In the Klount -- VittCIJ.ol'l'.ng. t'ellllooia to lmeto if"cfi mad ,
__._ II
_
_
was received announcing that the lady tblrd too 'I rlltJrn. U' f
II fl. I I. ailing .
: ; CASTORIAFor Visiting: brethren corC1a'i< NorL.t PIVM.1 .torn16 o. BB
Fourteen In Length and Only -,.. ,
inches ; !
i"I ..1-.lt notiiiiNli 1 1t.1 In qti;>sti -i i Weighs One Pound. time at u place Out miles distant.A Mints and Children. ,.. :':;1 I! A. l.hfc. -- -
I i\ > t.-\i'rv :
rt.Yor ,, (),13.-What. is saiJ. #-'p. H. HOR I.ER '. c The :1 l
., !r n t .it. t-: t.-iirint; K K. ." H. Beer
u 1 1 > "" ":,,11 oppur- by physicians at tbe BellevuH and! Tip on K rop" m Sorlcly.If The Kind Yea Have Always BougN ( .
N.w York P()?t Craduato hospitals, t ) r
could be smhof !
it only
>'. 1UJlrt'>oSI' on That
stnalle-st ; child born 1 Baars thll /71 &JS CURE YOURSELF Made@ I : 1'
..M v :- i.ij.: ii ri'sranl- Ito til' ii\J ever our (iiinpitriits aw ....Ul..I1II'lale'UII.- // _
I been placcl in an Incubator at deri'ig: that few foreigner.: without tin 1 Ctgn.it or ocfI .I .< llii Ci f<>r ir ni'iird.
I of I ii- t I. 11. fllthlilU'llt 11.1" ., Ii n -. M. i' ns,
; '. >.:. '...1that! :. lain: r I ijistitutinn.The ax to grind ever frequent the iorjetvof Cmrif-l U irni.ni .in or i.i a itif
'I t j iii HI. 'j I : .'Ii tbTI c'4.Pr. MA1INR! rAM
.".i u .;,-. u.I 11 lit,iii- child! a Loy, weighs one pound! stnmgers or welcome one to th. ir .' I i I3 -I.' i t.etna''S J J :

llt'! t'.lllti1.: j II pl;:.' ir* Sf via oiir.c. s. It i* 14 ii.ehd in 1 fireside, much heartburning and tNappointment > rHLCA.tCHLII.C), t'EOI4 mt L by p Druttlsi4.U. !ioI1.alicIIlNATlog 1 ,

.'!. InSfLttetl length. It was taken to Heilfvuo by might lie aoiled.V''. ,- T"c) .
':;,!I..I"y! I n .8. 'ii Of gt lit lu rta: T4vrr, -1t4-
.: \i" t.-. II n.'iino: John Clark. a carpenter. He emrrieJ! however have such a free way of a--! ,/ Pat Ec ;!'I.'cc. # '$3 ,ty.o!,ezpr', C J t'ttI.m.' .(jr't. il', If I U

:S. ,iriTii'iml; : I.'. I'. it in a paper bag tilled,! with cottoa; Lug; stray foreigners with or without. ,,1,.... r.'T. 'Y '* IA .I oc rmiiet. VICTORIA !
"
i : .u -. .1.I I P.. "K.iA.: and stated tat! h s \vif,> was too ill to "characters" to ,, ilk. in anti sit down! "I 4&i: 'f.i \ ,

>. i : M. cr. ,::ur Ii.; care for the child. The doctors were that we unit It a bit hard! to be kept ,:' .( ( r f; ill fi t, t> "' ., ''I! t \\\\ Every Woman MA ME BY ACMEBHEWIXGCO. : _

: > 1 It' un. I'. U. Uoh- greatly! inter ted. and at core esa'Iltl walling in the street after knocking ;itnuiopean J I .. ", ;""; ..M"''''' '' I, _.:.c"- t ____
( .-..",. r. is ii.'t: reMr-i :ri'l, I .: m h' : Hi.Sl: 10-CKNT: IIOTTI.K KKKil "
F. II. itltcs.: X. /. I the infant wnnd r to the PostGraduate doors yet, humiliating I as 4 'i 1it mmk i3 ."..' I .1- .. It !!.. S.,- rfil* 1 t
IS TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. .
:Mi>rt"U, C. C. Morris hospital where: it was placed the avowal must be such is often the rnh'J; J J : ,'I> t K '" 1 MtR El. Whirling Spray r. t
:
J .A22 \ ., I
I Eliot: ( I in 1 f" s SVl Til' 'W 'tI.I-1mi'-? I
in incubator. case.- Jregury Century.An I < BROS.AHEXTS !
an
\ aSv
Ji -' ;: ; i'-'t >f ; ; t I J: __
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I (A V/lno CorJiI .) ..,,
liii- I. & ill FOR THE CELEBRATED 4 I
I II ., ii-a." '..... LYNCHING IS PROBABLE. .\..lnnVI1 Water W ......I. i I V TUi! if. p-c 1i re..,. -h for I ., ".q : _
I A h dronl.1 fbr It
W Warner WhicVpu
"' .' Ciijthat a 53 fl- St. Augustine Fla.. has an oddity: in I Malaria} and Typhoid I! If )IM
',..defender for Aged Woman Shot and Fataily the way of industrial machinery in the] i Fevers: ,i,, oUr-r!MAll%t.m|J.vRr.-Hn.,,..",}ct.in.it. >for IV.. V\: a Main House-401\ H. Palafox street. r I i I _____

.' %i '.. n the ('liallen;:(; Wounded In Tennessee. shape of a water power whet I driven! Colds.. Influenza. &:oc.r. .; tiiErsTiJ full ji-tiTi ",llLintflfttlM<.k- .iI4It! red." pn" .in1 R. II. Exchange-Opp. Union J" I ___
Depot ; t :
t
1 r' ;dO YI II..I.lu;..,11... !It un ..L"0.. i
urtl'slau't'II, the only wheel of .. .... j
a his there seems.I. Nashvill" Tenn.. Oct. 13.-A Hanner by an \I. .".1 P. O. Box 2bl. Pen -acola, Fla. '

>. ''"-.I.! !. There was a special from Klizabethtoa says the kind in America. It supplies power I I 1 Room !Kc Times Kldg., New York. Phones ll .2f:8. I I'I:: ,. .
-
N' M Yuri, recently between that C 1 II < 'iss Ledyard. J. P. 10 feet in diameter, the well (:U Inches u- -- -: ---------; 1' ; '-
: fatally
,'har f1 of having shot awl I'
l 1.1\: II.Y.! ):. Duncan, wounding Mrs. Potter Elliott wh2e and "-' I') teet deep. iinee:? the well does -WE WILL-eolO. I ; I

'i .1. P.ourno. and it Il.tntnts < trying to break Into the house. Mrs. not supply power enough; llOWtt\r. a _
second well has been driven near by to
were made

.'! of a new boat and to Elliott arouse heard her husban.l a noia ?and her attempted both barrels re-enforce the present one. The new I' CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS I. 'II J _

\I mid be the lIc::iglll'r. ; of a shotgun were emptied into well is eight inches in diameter. I :
.
'i 1 Is owned l>y the
face ami breast '

'','.t'! 1-y t.rmly August believes Delmont that, her Ifliott is S4 and his! wif T5; years Brides Cnrliiu in .*Alfoeld Wedding Lower Cu.tnm.Hungary, t at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of .1 ilf : liii

old. and they kept a large sum of '.
: t!! .. Constitution is the have Icon deprived of their wedding : .
.Fall
Goods.
money at home. A lynching: is prob! I .
"it. gifts! by government health author
able. I. II.1 ,II : _
'- ities. It was a custom of the place for
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":" ",',. nii.l Hi. rinjer Bc'wan'.1'011I1 111 t'll r.. for Catarrh tlirt' brides, to wash with soap and to comb i 2S doz Men's Laundried Hhirts, 63 pair Ladie Spring Heel f'hop, i I Get: your boy ready for school I I'I. ;! tI 1

..se to "Mugsy"; Me- Coiiiiiti Mercury.AS the heads of all guests, they In turn regular $1, to close at 75c. regular $1 'ood:, to cloe quick at hoc I I We carry a full line of Boys'Suits. I I :' I

", > i.itle credence in his mercury will surely destroy the throwing coin into the basin.! The I 27 doz Men' Colored Laundried pair. I to 58 clo Boys'" met! Huits The suit.regular price, |1.00, \ '1

Iv has signed many sense of m..l1lmd completely d'ra1iie result according to the doctors, was shirts, regular The, to close at 55c. 83 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers:, 07 Boys'e Wool Suite, regular price _______

:>. !'!.''YHS for next year. tne whole system when enter- the spreading of disease, and an epidemic i 67 doz Men's Colored Laundried regular ?1.25 good to close at |1.05 $1.50 and ".i5. to close at f 1.15 suit. : .II

'. i- 1\ oll up in the affairs inx it through the mucous surfaces. of ophthalmia! led the government I Bhirts;! regular 50c good*, to cloe at pair. 120 Boys' All.Wool suits, regular ; j .

\ "!ial I Ifrue declares! that Such articles should never be u"ed to put a sudden end to the cus- 35c; ; these goods should go in 24 68:;; pair :Men's Low Cut Hhoes, regular price p.m to f3.0U, to close at U. O 'I I p 1

:.. been turned down by, except on prescriptions from reputable tom. I, hours. $1.50 goods, to do=e at $1.20 and $2.00 suit. I 1 I t I _

t the! American players lie physician?, a< the damage they 2\\) doz Men's French Neck Balbri We carry the largest line of Boys'Pants i iil : _

h. .l. principally because of can will do' i is.ibly ten fold derive! to the from good theta.l1alIs you. : NEVER ASK ADVICE. Ian Undershirts( at 20c,. regular 25c pair.We carry the largest line of Boys' carried by any house in the I i!l I I _

I.. ti j intj to wreck the Balti- po Catarrh Cure. manufacturedby When you have a cough or cold i goods. Shoes of any house in Pensacola. city. of Ladles' t J j I ___ _____
I our and Misses'! 'II'All
don't ak what is good fur it and get 30 d'oz Men's French Neck Balbriggan Bring boys to us, we can fit ;
., F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.. your drop-stitched 23c.; hose, to close al : _
'. authority states that Me- contain no mercury, and i is taken some' medicine with little or no merit i Undershirts, at SOc, regular 45c, them in any size. I 20c. pair. r : i: ______
I
!.',-,.u fouipelled to reeruit his internally acting; (directly upon the : and perhaps dangerous. Ask forFoley's I II sold by others at oOc. We have just received a full line I 100 doz Misses' fall seamless! hose! I ;' _

'.'am from the Western! blood and mucous surface of the I Honey lunar and Tar, the it greatest I Ii I All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will I to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c. 1:1 ________
and
:. 'uir league; teams. ;;y..tem In buying Hall's Catarrh throat remedy, cures close at 75 cents. close at EOc for your choice. Some I 75 doz Men's Heamless' half hose, : .1
and colds W. A. _
Cure he sure you sret the genuine.It i coughs D'Alemberte, 121 K.quickly.Palafox street. 72 Pair Ladies'fpnrg Heel Low of them are worth 11.50. I regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair. : ;' 1: : _____
I
.
----- -- i-Jtaken internallv and i* made in Cut Slippers, 2>i to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of Kkirts. We have just received a full lint I' 1 if _

:IOI'.CI'HTIS; FOR TWENTY YEARS.1111' Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. i I goods! to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. I of Ladleil' Kid Gloves in all shades, ; J
-:: Testimonials., : free. I .
\l I

*..t'I rvahmith had bronchitis, of Danville for larsold by Druggists, price The Marston # Quina hat'eI Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, wo '".ll have Room,, I 4

per bottle. nice Dressers and \:
v y ir* and some very
never jot relief
Hall's Family Pills are the best. !
w .I u..j. Foley's Honey" and Tar Wash Stands very cheap. \! F. E. BRJWNER'S010 H -
-
'
.... -ure cure. Contain* tioi the thing to with \ .
: Just go I
W. A. D'Aleiuberte, 121! s.: Foley's Honey and Tar I
I i".', If, \ Beds. 5; SOUTH PALAFOX ST1tEET. @ .
cures colds prevents pneumonia Iron \I


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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER It, 1803Citered




1.P REPUBLICANS EXCELLENT BILL -Your-- grandmother's doctor ordered I,I ANUXPARALLEDREloRu- -



; S ALL ACTIVITY LAST NIGHT Ayer's Sarsaparilla for your father. It's


at the Post Office at Pensacola, ..
t Tf ...,tooond-claas matter. -- i the same old Sarsaparilla today. Lowell,Mu*. 100,1 %
IHOYT'S
"There's somethinjdoing" in the
;\ PRODUCTION
OITICKHU' Building, :211}$ South ; DELICHTS
,
.
J" l foi street up-stairs.
of for
camps local republicans, !several .

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I of late have been in Washington I TWO LARCE PENSACOLA 1 1I Mexican Cigarette Combine Fails. ,
DENIED City of Mexico. Oct 13.-The general -
WRIT
and upon their return are met at AUDIENCES. opinion is that the During E\ '
Terms: Invariably in Advance- I American capitalists I August h ; ,"x. ,

One Year by Mall. .. ... ... .... .............& <*> the Union depot and asked about -- seeking to combine the great the death claims paid :u. 4. '.

I KIT: Months .-.. ......_. .. ..... ......... 2 50 their trip and "chances success." I BY WOLFEAn \ cigarette companies here have met States and Canada by : \[

One Weekby Carrier Payable Monday 10 Persons who remained away from with Insuperable obstacles. El Buen ble Life Assurance .
A few days since one who is saidto Tono. one of the principal! w'.
TELEPHONE NO. 118. the opera house yesterday afternoonand companies. paid within one day aft r. .
be acting in behalf of a prominent Is doing a greatly enlarged businessand

Atfrerlisirg Rates Furnished on Application last night can take it upon themselves : the shareholders appear unwillingto proof.
gentleman for the postmastershipwas attempt to secure the releaseon
; that the loss was distinctlytheir sell./ And luring noiiiontt
detailed to go to Washington.His habeas corpus writ of Joe :Milos ?' ,I",,
own, for better performances, year lias the iicn-cm ,., ;lh ,
UNION -LABEL stay in the capital was limitedto colored, failed yesterday afternoon. Jockey Maher Coming Back. below 115:'.,.
; more pleasing specialties and better New York Oct. I-.-
i
t t'9r tic two days and he returned on a Milos is wanted in Montgomeryfor ; Jorkey Danny
; will be Maher after a successful This excels tl'is: .
stage work, perhaps, hardly season. will!! t .
1 Sunday afternoon. The party in an act, the punishment for w Inch return to the United States at the end great record. It ha- ">
PENSAOOLA OCT 34 1902 forthcoming during the present play
whose behalf he went met him at is life imprisonment.! He knew of the Newmarket meeting, says a been approached byjai: <;;

the depot and together they walked season. I what was in store for him should London dispatch to the New YorK pany.

; THE active canvass being made The bill at both performances was Amef <'a.n. He will/ spend some ime
!t i down Tarragona street to Govern- the Alabama courts ever get hold of In the mountains for his health. "Strongest; in the \\ ,r ,1 I
i ) Dy the several candidates for city Hoyt'rf "A Stranger in New York,"
ment. Here they turned west and I him, and yesterday soon after noon THE EQUITABLE 1.1 I H. \,.
: marshal would lead the uuitiated to
I illustrate the adventures
serving to possible -
to the candidate's office. A remark to sue out a writ ANCE sOCll'r'1OF [ :
s believe that Pensacola's municipal went engaged a lawyer
I SEE JOE REED
of a Chicago gentlemanwho '
,' 'I election is to be next week instead on the street by the lieutenantwas I for his release. This was argued be- THE I" In.l' 1 t'1iN01YLES

t f to the metropolis and
1 of next June.. : "I think it's safe, but you'd I t goes fore Justice Wolf at I p. m. and the !
- I loses his identity to the complete WITHOUT DELAY !
#; 1' THE NEWS congratulates Editor better go yourself." negro was ordered to be returned to I : BRo\.
tr I discomfiture of himself and to the
.j :' Appleyard of the Florida Index on Twenty-four hours later the gentleman .I : jail and there await a requisition I II I I General .%"-tit'_.

the biggest, brightest and best exponent "went to the G.A. R." encamp- 'real sympathetic assurances and I from the governor of Floi ida. Should Everybody in Pen=acola know 309
S. Palafox
i a Florida fair ever had. The j i pleasure of boon companions heI St.. PhN: > -
ment and is said to be greatly ehjiyfug j I this be granted, the negro will be Joe Reed, and everybody, can see I
fair issue of the Index Is over-llow- I I forms at the Hotfman house The him day, the -
every representing
"' of interest the his visit to the big city. He was taken back to stand trial. I I
with to
I fug matters I I Out of llpjith. -
"stranger" was portrayed by Jack Hudgius; factory products-HuJginsj I
'I i state indu-triil, and is worthy of later joined by another "lieuten- : I II Another attempt to have the nejgro a-cent" I "'
tVii. I Campbell, who, from his first stage cigar; and "IJig 1'eusacoLi"smoking j 'hen death -eeiis- :
Vii., 'l I preservation. I I ant," the first, however, being antagonistic )! I given his liberty was made today |I tobacco. from a severe ton I !,
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1; I THE Jacksonville Metropolis i-, to the second arrival. appearance, commanded before Court Commissioner'Coston. I' Nearly one hundred dealers are ; trouble, that I hadn't:

authority fur the announcement I! Both were "pood old soldiers," their I and got it. His role attention-I) ThN also failed. I now haldllusgnods in the city, and !! years." writes P. 11i"

reach for clever acting the demand for them increases C., "Dr. King's N f'I I
tint J. M. ISarrs, father cf the prim- friends stated, and wished once I i ---

ary plan, will be a catdidate in KM I i quite equal to the occasion at all ltr<:,)iorril SM>OI and ll!<>.iriii::. daily. Try them and you will use :< my life and gave: m.
more to mingle with the wearers of '
3"tt : to succeed Congres-mau: 1{. W. times. I :\1 ESSRS. ELY I>KOS. : I commenced no other. Look out for Joe (teed'- I Best pill 01 earth i
I
the blue. Balm about two ]' buggy, with its two big cigarand W. A. D'Alembeiu.
Cream
l -4 Davis. Jacksonville wants to be the Campbell and his chum, \Vm.I uinst your -
whole piisb. She already has two It's all right, though. The gentlemen : years ago forca'arrh. My voice wa- j give him your order.MIIKIM !South: Palafox "tn...-
I :, Mack, are a team of comedians tint I somewhat thil'kLilli my hearing. - .
candidates for United States senator, all think they can win and are i I --- -
1
has been fully
was dull. My hearing:: I ; ho <;oot
,, i', one fur conore,,-uMn and one for'!I backing up this belief by expending I'i are hard to beat, and the audience I restored and my speech h:is become I

{ governor for the 1'Jol campaign and : realized this; when the pair wtre encored quite clear. lam a teacher in our For all liver troubles there i Mnothinir STEAMER LINE SCH -
: great energies to secure the coveted: i I so good and belpfulasHE1'A'rICUJL -
the return: are not yet all iu. j five times. They had to leave town.
it
becau-e without
___ I j cures producing -
u. I I positions. I Ii L. (5. BKOWX, (Jranger. O. I
: AT Pensacola is what is I ___ __ the stage out of exhaustion."The I I No comment i is; nei-dea. '1 rial MPlOsts. any bad effects; as most medicines tetween 1'eni.aciila and >Ii
+ present I I do. Hepaticura is; substitute '
1 I : Ask a
Full size -Wets. HUUM
i your
Haily
I ; technically known as a "clo-e-d" Goes. Like lint Cakes."The Gayest Old Sport in New'I for calomel and much better barge' -'UI

,) I' naval tunes market, all b- I and FrankBeamih druggitWtmuil\\tnpII it. street than that diug because it has none "CITY OF TAP
+ prices tug fastest selling article I havein York, enacted sung by I hi.y Uuos: 5i(i ,
itsb.ul
g based upon Savannah; quotation?, my store" writes, druggist C. T. I wa= quite a feature. His i ii New. York.Falk's of w. r effectsMr ;. Jordan of Jacksonville, t.V hlton sut>am L1'. ,
of D.iviKy.., "is Dr. King'sNew Prnbncoln.c. ,
Smith --- -- tatau AI Mlarc
,
but an tllort is being made to secure 1 Fli.,,,:i>i>: Both myself uiid.my frienu
l love for the as he chat acterlz- ,
Di"cI'tryOr Con-umption j i girls 4ie; K.iui. i : i 1.
Mr.Hod.on:
the uiiauimuUs con-eut of the Pen- Fall Millinery are irreatlypleased with ,
and Colds, because it always
Ill I It sacola factors to mike this an I cures Coughs In my six years of sales it'j|: ed it, was; real humorous.; :S;.nhgs by I the effect of HEPATICURA and I

"open" market, so that naval stores I'ha" never failed. I have known it1'1 Will Sturgeon; Percy Walling and j j jJ Opening, Wednesdayand can it as, without being the!he-itatioii,fine-t recommend EVERYBODY LOOKS
t LIVKK: MEM-
here may be sold: to the highest: bid- to save sufferers from Throat and I j i J John Chandler were good Thursday, Oct. 15 crosI eVer saw. Its action is mild
Lung diseases, who could get no feilure"'j! '
', der Instead of being hampered by j' and pleasant and entirely free from : FOR THE BES1
'
help from doctors or any remedy. : Misses Sylvia Storr a- "Hattie and 16.
the dictatts of l"Iavanuall.factors. :Mothers rely on it, best physician ,I I| griping or any of the sickening effects -
j ---- -- ---
and Nellie Miller, as the and I of calomel, it doe the work
spy! yet
i !
W. D'Alemberte I
Speed; the! day. prescribe it. and A. ,
j ,
.
,,
Mrs. towers I II been fortunate in
rt I
.. 1 Here .
as thoroughly; ------ --- South\ Palafoxtreet
121 guaranteessatifacuon j Katharine Wells, the Richmond I
t L' THE NEWS regrets that many of or refunds price. Trial'I !' I II securing Miss Emma :Scutt of St. any medicine. It has without doubt Creary. They are 01"| .
." belle, were excellent adjuncts to the Louis who has I saved: me from uiy u-tril summer attack work that can be nun-i ,
,; tbe eoiumentors ou the late luuun- bottles tree. Regular siz-??, )0j and i iU. I I an expert designer,
of biliousness. Sold by all prepared to do : I i
-how, which in itself is replete with j I charge of the trimming.Carolina I any; .
b _. iI druggi-t-;:; They put on India !rt::
Jennings I
p i itchy mu-ii', live comedy and many j iI I ------ best;; on the market. ",

: as they have a fi.i:! ,
IMPROVEMENTON :Mr. 1Jownrinvite
: Uilttee -eem to imagine the wrath pretty girls. 1 *: the public to ,, tires in stock.

of the committee Wa, due to ti.eir call and -efr di-pl.ty of pattern Does bn
TIll'; afternoon and tonight Hoyt's your :: :
+ of the of Portland hat. She! haa well elected ? ., .
k, disapproval appointment THE WHARF stuck i ibint.t I I ing; They can U\ *

E. I). Heggs; ; to the criminal Judget ; "A Trip to Chinatown" will be put ] : in New; York liltinior arid Their prices, too, ,i" >

I ___ on and the already good record of they h.-iveamplfl c t Ii; l' .
ship. Such I- far from the cae.. IIlhe { :St. LOUM. i::: p
I I Cement --5- 1 a first-class carria.' I "
t There 1:0:: nut a mule member of the II I The arc lulus on Comuiandancia I II i j company should certainly guar-1 Co.BIRMINGHAM I repairing busiue-. !i It> "m'

comuiiitee who does I.ut think J udgtj ;iautee mud hou-t. I JEWELER IN HIS call on them.
I II assure a packed
I wharf have been put into) ftrviee, ;j jI .
ij' Begjj-s merits the honor and will Scalerepaired.
j I and for two nights ; the place The curtain will rise at 8 o'clock to- i ALA. t'I'IT/vt t t
; past ,
fully sustain the trust. It was simply HEW ,
\ STANDI 15 K iMEAT -: [ I
'I the ignoring; of our august; comuiitteeuitu has been lighted as brilliantly as in i I night. Phone 57.
------- --

t mat stirred up their the day time. Hallway employes I Get :a free ample of Chamber- '"

,' i rags.AXAMTICAL.. I whose duty it i is to handle cars on I lam'-' :Stomach and Liver Tablets at i, Stock-nf all lIi h.Or'HIeAmf'ri i have moved my jewelrvtore to r;;
-- !j, I & MALT'I' t
any drug -tore. They are easy to. can Portland Cement "lierniania, Ill: South I'allfllx. formerly occupied II t

readers all over the I I that dock at night ,are very glad th it take and more plt'a-aut in effect thin Oeriniiu "S.iturn." Gennan t rrt- by 151..- & l'"., and am now dietetic value. HI I :d.! t .

state Uiay disa;iee u-; to the justice I[I the improvements have been made, pilU. Itieir ue i i-s not followed by j ji laud Cement, Kings N. Y. Calcined better prepared than ever to give pleasant to take, it ,.
i constipation! :is i i. often the case I i Pla-ter, U-venddle Cement, kept at treat Imguniin iljamonJ-*, watches
,tr' of the charge; against the governor ,. since it lessens! to a great extent the with pills\ Regular size :!;)c. per' '1urfo Ik. Portsmouth, Charleston, jewelry etc. Call and see me and i tion of food. !Sold hrDANNIiEIrI.

t by thn Eicambi county committee I'I. box. All druggists; and medicine j Savannah. Jacksonville, Pensicola: I let me convince you. I KI : '

for appointing! ; a criminal judge with- iHi-sibility of being hurt by the cars. dealers. I II j :Mobile; New Oileau! (Jalveton.We : J. I. STEPHENS.; ;

. out consulting then, lJut'Itll only j i! The lights were not placed there I ------ aim make shipments direct from I!
Mills wherever we get cheapestfreight Try one of our celebrated FINE STATIONERY.
the one "royal-purpled" too soon, for their eiliciency was !
exception t i AL. C. FIELD rate. Sole\ selling agent- for I
I IT. S.
Felt ,
U it'f" % Mattresses. -
aa wr necessary to prove the rule they perceptible last night in working "Alabama"alld "Southern Cro- I I
''r II
a N have unanimously agreed that the both the docks. : Brand," Portland Cement, Magnolia They never pack; or grow I I I C. V. Thompson, :\.ij .
steamers at big !
FOR TWO DAYSCaneela Hydraulic Natural
- :}_y'l Governor acted commendably in The wharf men in common with made near Birmingham. Cement, lumpy. letter than a hair :j i Palafox street, ha- ju-t ,

''i I ordering a special court for the I mattress! at half the price. ; new supply of Linen t.i i. '

k 1 speedy sentence of the negro whoretls' the railroad employes all anticipatea i' Correspondence Solicited. .Al(trsto/l. j- Quinn.I Papers, white, blue and ..'i i Ii iI
Pair at Kufaula and App I
winter business in
was ot
guilty heavy exports.
,, foully murdering a I I i Envelopes to match; o\f. r :
t I are Here Tom iirow ant
man in Snmter
youug county and also Foreign! Mail Tubl't- w
(; the two white men who I Tim IIK3T: UVKU: MKIMCIXK.: Tliur-Ia> M;.:lifx. .FRESH ROASTED COFFEE. < i lf wantonly I I ... ... velopes to match.! Ink /
I II Ij
murdered the 1 here is no need to be miserable if
aged: whom Penholders
-Jj; ; couple I MI HMMM ,,, Ulankbooktc. -. h
keep liver in good shape.
you your 1
( Ii j ii4 theyweretryingtorub. Scarcely any harm can come to your The hundred- of admirers of Al G. I,, REMEMBER, WE ARE THE ONLY ROASTERS IN WEST FLORIDA. I} ., always on hand.

; 'tl Tit: folk County Newsags: system If the liver: i- kept active. Field, whose! min-trels are booked THE 1'1'1/.11': is Is \'ITED'ru: EMIXK Ofu PI..VXT. I'! Phone 23: J.
1 The right remedy at the right time.II I -
; @i it; t "Governor Jennings i is eminently will prove a great benefit to you. to appear here Tbur"d.1Y night, October -Ii i Latest modern improvementelectricity, etc. To introduce same we ;i

,x 1J r4Mj ;, right when he recommend-. that the HEPATICeUA i is that remedy. It I j 16, may al=o have the opportu- make the following sacrifice- : With one pound of the following lUendi i OABTOrt.'I.h.8eauthe .

I money received from the !general is worth using becaiiye it will make i i nity of seeing him tomorrow: night i we will give- ire R'1' titgzatr _

government on account of the old you well. if they so desire The following ,. UO Ins Marxian Granulated !-.uar for..j' oo i fe r/
:Mr. L. A. Fraleigh of Madison
: ,
4 Indian war claim to be applied to Fla., av- : I have had occasion: to j i telpzr'lm received by Manager Coe )I..dm awl Ja\u Ilk-nil err pound... ................ ... ... ... ... :soc If &t: /{

'. "II'i, the payment of the state debt. Florida use HEfATlCL'KAfveral: time- .!' last night; H self-explanatory : I 'Cotiluva ILendrr poiiml........... ...... ............ ............ :Udc

: I now has a bonded indebtednessofll.Oo and must say I like it better than ,I I.'ul'.iula: Dams Cnrici'llnl. i lilll/HIk".I''r p.limit..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ....... .. ...... 1-jj. j

l :!,(OUs.) on which any i.ivkit MKUiriNK I eer u"eJ.1! I r.vMiVTin.Nt: I.N TIII: (gtrCIltlI.1'1; \r i'iuciiui.1r 111t'1'l'MrF ; .A.A.A.i'JLA.AAAAAA*}
interest ha .
) i: It i HH to be paid annually to the amountof auy giii'ing; sickening tlf-et !1 J. :'II.('Ol!. Manager.: IVn'neola. Kin.

I t ; i ', titf,0-.M.; : The I Indian war fund 'and I can hl'arlllrel'uH11111'I1l1 it asthe j I|! 11 live cuncellfil Kufiiula dale and will i.I Jas. McHugh, Prop., New Orleans Grocery. HAVE YOU NOTICED j

f now III the state HFM" LIVKK MtlUClMC I know 1)1. plllv 1'ln5tcoll\! Wednesday! and Thursday
: trea-ury would I
wipe i !hold by all! dru'isis.iWILL | Oct. 15 and 11A I t.. Fieta.Seats liioiif IU.:> H and 1O \\'. Inf inlcnci.i !St.
b out over half' of this HERE |
debt
and I : WHAT IS MISSED
i stop i are now ou ale for both ,

: + the annual M-\. meut of about *:3.>,WO date'S.I .

t ru 1 in interest. No sane m-in: can object LEAVE I. iMEUX'S I I"v 9'"V"V9'VVVVVV*

; touch a di-posjtion of thi- LITTLE FOLKS r MINSTRELS. )
1 h / Cj!
: -only -oheiners C
uiouey who
t m expert;
All kinds dUll I 1'
j of r
to receivesomething for nothingare TO-MORROW : (.jl/ItIl : ( Y
t II advocating; the wild cat tu..res1tions ,, ;i There will be a special dunuiy, for. ; rocking chairs at ,,11I1rQuina's. \'1fy "
I the Little Folks MiM-tiel ; f
Company ''
to dispose of the ;I Prices nre 'j
a money other- j --
: Oct. 27 AtV..
performance: Ting-
ii SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING
Illy wise ticketcan be obta \ AND LITERATURE low.
ton : lI' atHirehkovitz's
r L I ____ !! :Mr. Wilbur L Goodman, the ,
I tore.. Other II''n;! -
THE most enlightened of us mortals [ widely known and highly esteemed the line of the read can get then : at
: have a streak of ;;superstition : i Coe's.; Ile-erveii seat, &) c. its. ;I prepares young men and women for has established in connection with
E 1'I in ;: young attorney, expects take his I I I :Sale Oct. :L'O at iO o'clock. .: "nccein business and -ecures the college! course of instruction Hotel CamdenCA.MI
our make up. There is a general ', opens food positions for its students. S"nd mail.
: by :Send; for .
'departure I tomorrow for the Pacific i 11 VSpeciil I'I catalogue: term*,
belief that "atmosphere"" has much ', for handsomely illustrated cata etc. Address

x j Ir to do with success in politics as well ',: coa-t, where he will cat his lot JL I I : commiiM itloti logue. C. O. :MM-v, Peusacola Fla. '! ; A i..\IS\M v

+ as business, and William Randolph the Little for fame and fortune. of Escambia Lode N'o,1 i, !' I
I Is Now Public
to the
Hearst the I F. and A. :M., 7:30: ;1. 1:1., Open
successful New York The young man has gained the esteem A :
Wedne-day, Octob 15.1! .
F.
journalist who has recently entered : of hundred of people in this I Work in F. C. degrVi-- B. BRUCE under the ntauageme

-I'1' politics as a candidate for I I ,
congress ;'city, and perhaps there i is not one Invited.:i ',
r r is evidently touched with : MRS. S. MIMS.
the
occult

i I belief. Recently at an enormous! among his acquaintances but who i| W. D'C.-KESt.ERW.-- M tvn tai i in the S ad A&t1It b ( 1 tiu.i "
pti o
c
s a ; price, he purchased the elegant four- regrets exceedingly; to see him leave Falk's Fall !Mil meryI of Pensacola, FlorId.

Ii story brown stone building at 12S: Pensacola.
RATES ;
1 REASONABU;
Lexington avenue, New York, formerly Opening, Wed esday
;I Guns
It ---- -- .- Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
occupied by the late Chester the Week. M "
I I and Thursday, Oct. 15 By Day, r
I i' A. Arthur In the parlor on the Tonight Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. '
and 16. i Table Furnished with 1'1. H-
l ; flr.-t ti lor of this mansion Mr. Artnur iI I Market Atf'Td-.
1jj I .Tu't before retiring if yonr liver is Hammond and Other Typewriter All
K,1t took his oath of office as president Typewriter Supplies Kinds of
iesi>h, nut of tune and you feel: dull, 1 You can'. get i-r holt ;e \| Repairing, Lack and Key Fitting. Public SolicitedFree
of the United States. Evidently I bilious, constipate! take a dose cf { Patronage
1! .II High-Grade Hammerlts3 GUllS Kept for Il"nt.Big Supply of Fresh Shells,
i furnisheclcomp7- r ft Ma/
fjji Mr. Hearst ln-pes the occult atmo--I > I all at Low Prices. \ It-Din-.

t ph.re will land him ultimately in Hood's Pills i stoic $ Quina'sisy payments I Sample
I\ 1 Made t Tr ,'
15 South Palafox Street. uodavRate'*
the presidential chair. I And you'll be all right in the morning. ;\ weekly / iionthiy.\\i I Men.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1902. I1iIiillI


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FAIRCHILD, MAYOR RULESON W. C. O'NEAL, President; KTo. SOOO. F. C. HORTON Cashier; : ; k 4

f r |B. I 5. J. FOSHEEYice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. t
,QOLpTERTR: t '
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II 3g EAST and ROMANA Refinishing STREET.Furniture aSpecialtf. LICENSE LAW AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ;I "


trfrt Xarr 1I OF PENSACOLA, FLA. f J 1


1"11.0110 403. In an interesting case before the Designated Depository of the United States. !

-- city court today, wherein E.1..
Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept. 15 1902.
R. K. WHITE, Marshal was defendant to a chargeof f .
/&iJ (From Report to Comptroller.) i
'f tratchmattrt Manufacturing Jeweler I doing business without a licenseby I I I 1 I .'
I
1 I Graduate Optician, contracting for painting, Mayor Yr RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. I

,. and I ( Time Loans .. ... .. .... ...... ...... ... $338,79732 Capital Stock ...... .. .. ...... ... ...... .... |200.000.00
r.l.fol .t.. Pen.seolaFla Jones made a precedent ruling whenhe Demand Loans. .... .. .. .. ..... ... ... .... 50.03555 Surplus Fund.... ... ... .. .. .... ..... .. .. .. 10000.00 :

9 11'01' imposed a fine of f 10, collectionof Overdrafts..... .... ..... ..... .. ..... .... 104.72 Undivided Profits...... ..... .. .. .... .... 9.1+& .23 I

I U. K. Bonds and Premium.... .. .... .. .... I&7.171.b7 Circulation. ..... ..... .. ...... .... .... .. .. 125.000.00
!sime to be suspended on Marshal Stocks, secnrites, etc.... .. .... . .. .... 2,625.00 Deposits..... .. .... ..... ..... ..... .... .. 401,624,71 i
; MADE EA procuring contractor's I Furniture and Fixtures. ...... .... .. .... 6.718.48
license.
I. R. Stamp... ..... .... .... ... .... ... .. t-S34Caan I II
The mayor ruled that a man who and Exchange ..... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 160,9:58.66:
I .
.
tikes a job and makes an estimateon r t'I t
NEAT JOBI I 746,4s0.94 J74fi.4SO.Pl : ;
the work, even if he hired but I!I qfy

i one man, should be regarded as ,I!II sr r 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. \ !1

II I .
,
much of a contractor as one hiring a I >
j i Pure and Sweet are the Skin, Scalp, I.
ELEGANT PARLOR CAR WAS dozen men.' and Hair of Infants Purified ;
t
I Marshal, it was shown, had contracted 1 and Beautit'iec ..yuticur MILLINERY &25HSHSESH5E5ESZ5H5H5H5H f

ACAIN PLACED IN SER- JJ t
to do a piece of work and I ''t
rn !
VICE TODAY.irl'ir was awarded the job. He workedbut (

--- a few hours, then engaged another ,I, OPENING t c [ Iei

man to finish the work, himself i
car \o. 300 was
I not laboring at all. The case
," -hops today and rSOAP., 13th I .
was interesting. i Monday, rt
-' : in' this afternoon to ---- I
; Tuesday, 14th, 'Ii i c

i I' in.: ,' at 12:15, noon, Stricken Wild l''raly>i i". ,', MILLION'S/ USE CcncrRA SOAP, RBI Wednesday. 15th. SS5H5E5S? 5SESESESH5Z5H5NEW f It I

4 ;p. in. train. Henderson Grimett of this place I' C nCt'R.\ OINTMENT, for ;
was stricken with partial paralysisand preserving( purifyiii, dud bmutifyiiiK -
!urn daily between completely lost the use of Vine the ,skin for(rlf.tn-iiii; the scalp, aId '
1 Klomatou, leaving arm and ide. After being! treated' the -topinng nf fahntg hair, for softening, ARRIVALS TIMELY REQUISITES t 1:1 1:1I ,:, f

by an eminent physician for quite a I Iwhiln "hitl'lIinancl soothing/ roil, rough and
without relief, my wife recommended sore hands, for baby! rashes, itching s, and
the Chamberlains Patti Balm cliatin;::*, and for all ]iurH, es If the toilet, ; ; r
O car was .
t
; and after UMIIJI; two bottles of it he Kith, ai.d nursery. Mill'ous!! of Womi-n KID CLOVES THK nSTJ.IJS: : : O.NM' !SILK WAISTS/ SF .llI tor i Mo.dy'sAll Sethrg : :

,au and placed inlira is ulmo-t entirely cured.-GD II. use I'l, Tici'KA JMHP ill bathes for aniioyin':{ I'i p..r.1
MrDoxAi.n, Muu., Lo un irritations and mtlamir.it;"n' for too frL'II a* C' Irhrated "Clementiu.i.: without a / Color" / I :silk: 11'aitthis; seael.ii! t C
:: county
I and general I \\'. Va. Several; or cifTuisixe pt>r.iiir.itnui' in washes for ,; "had".luarautt'.d, $1 I is.). I style-. A 1''I itii't you I'.in't alTord to min.
.'-ii it was hauled of other,very remarkable iili'trativo weakues 1'\. and for sanative 'v The RennwnKl "Sy-tem; J.iy1 in both j, f4 .")ii Silk '.\II..t..t.I' -'-' : . ..!S'-t.fiO: t I "6'
: cures partial paralysis have many j
:
antiseptic viliich walking and Drivii, number are per I ,.-, M :Sill W.itSpecial . . .? L II .
been purH s readily j
effected the of thi lini- |
it torn today, it by use t l'findehcs i ) '' fect. :Special; I attention is culled to ohm-ti-iother-I .>ri'e-poadiuglowprn'. ,. I ) '
ment. It is most widely known buhr : to woiui'u. vy ja
,u.tiful sight that however for '' r "L rite and patent thumb. I I 1 t. I
a4 cure rheumatism.pr t, f
Complete Treatment, SI. Walkihir Glove*. all :.I1HJp..U ;111 I /
; ins and briu-es. 1 Sold:: by druggist < MCfltV ,.... i FLANNEL WAISTS! s-w-L.t ; l'rea"alknigilnvrilk ; I
n.t"d all over theo I \r\I. .eh a.-" ii.i.u..terntat..t !lined . . . .t2: m f i! '
; and medicine dealers. -( .,1.! an. d| -.,n,.'n the tin.., ,,.,julb r .."e One-Hutton DrirtiiGlove> *. .. . .. .:fl,.lit anoniieie''aij iiiljuuut t to your ward J, r
u there was ana --- !lr. ClTIil lit HIM, Ml-NT ("+h.', tu lii- 'N .I)P. *. I I. *2, i-n.: <" $.": Git!:i.Jl.. { :
rt'int'y!' all.i)' HrliMiiT i un I 11I1lIlImathlll.! 1 : i 'Gulf' Gloves I wonted ) white I !ray an d. (11 i i
I rlosely exannn"turhiyoverhaultd: I Examine the corks on 'ii .Ihe. 1l1l.lln'II.l and fl'Til tit I t Itt.'I.'Eo.r1.11.L. L black: . . . . . .. . .. ... 'iuc lj;
... '
(2.t bottle of Schlitz

) every that branded and ('....lel). ale*a n..w.Itr.,, oiTEST tuxti-li-Mi. ,Tuts o lurk'.(.,Chocolate econumi'ulmit .1'\t I CORSETSKIY! : ST.\\ IJ\ltII M.\UI:! 52-inpl! llroulil.,tl!>- . . .. .. .. 75c yard J t j je.

[ : II' see they are ,, I.FMuLTI.Ta.'HII"8f"r! "tiiiiU't tI <>riht ivIeliMU-dliqii-dCtTii ill nllier! blood! iuniicr nu. All leadiiifr Style and lengths..Me to f.;{ &tJ) I .Vj-iiu'h: P.roi.lcloth-: . . . . 9Sc yard I #, i
"Schlitz." dud ham | / \ 1 f For comfort. style and the No. .. .. . .
i.ly as good as new. ir ciin- In acr wcaputa! units ; t : /grace our ;;:?!-i IIch scotch Clieviot.* $1.60 yard
: ,
-- --- Ilii!nil; (1.>M u, |i'lit 'JV.. II t l'sky !SWi I W. 15 will impart. Wepecially recom 52-iuch! Scotch Clieviots: : .. .... .. ...fl.75 yard J' ;
% rated lining paillt-I wed fnjuih.it,,!. the ...rld. Britiih Dtpfits" Z'-::'!. 1's ij b' 1 mend it as an ideal (Corset ?l.l'0. j jl
itrtdr'i.iUkf so Lundun
done A MORAVIAN l I.I'ea.I'.r/' r.irin; ,.Hk' Irrn.AM'iiiMi ti: lirpolUur. rnkr..ol.10 r KNIT GOODS'.g.! : !
1
I 'uryBlocG.&d "Aa.uoutn.eykfn"feaBIG NECK RUSCHES !
Full l l LileJII nFcei\"ell' ; I

:Mipt. layers at the I 1 Your costumes: are not complete without one. Children's itteu.. . .. ..... .. ..10 to COc ;
doubt that PREACHER HERE l'rtcerallg'efrP1I1U ;0 to #6 50.VAISTINCS Cnildren's Hnot"es .... ... .. .. ..It) to CUe ; I
: 1.lf.youll >' i Children'- Hoods. . . .... . 35 to Silt .
(tine artists at the'as --- lABOR / !I 1'IAI.NKLKTTF.lV.imTI: ; 'n..! iUhildreu'sacque.| . .. .. .. . :.;;) to$1.111'( : ,

,.,.K- fine as can I I Koinan and Arabesque| Ilev. Irl Jackson, Moravian :
: ,
i -ystem"as: a man preacher, arrived last night and left !J MEETING .

1 i in/ this afternoon for Mobile, after- Jt t! W. J. & B. FORBES. w-'. : t : I

.' '. ni has been given wards intending to push his journeyto -- ,

_. .ir, upholstering and California !; WILL BE HELD AT STEVEDORES'HALL --- ---- 'II 1 1If

mi passengers from A minister of this denomination i is''! Mrs. lowers will open :a dress I] You l"uy TliHin at tie! I B"-t m Sim": Eton, They are Good I : 1

j uic'i) >n will be al- quite u rarity in Florid :and his ,| TO-NIGHT. I making daptirtmi ut in connection j I I

I. 'I."ut i i nominal I with her millinery on the lath of ; I
--
teachings are intere.sting. In a I h
con-I October A tirst-cla-s dress maker: i
i I.' c. C' finest of I.I versation at the depot this morning Senrral Organizer Tye] of the ] will be in chanre. 9 FALL DAYS $ '.i

I I He,'. Jackson detailed the way his I: American Federation of Labor, who I J Jarrived -- ----- --

i '.i I '.-. the car: has been Do want a magnificent watch: t''
j you
church worked all through the a few days since' will address I' ARE COMING.
for little money? If10, call: on i iCan't
", :a. "f the
i new Any Tinted States in a missionary way, I j I organize: laboring men at ho'clock 'j Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- I'
\I 'I
(1- !/I. !u l u,fd in it- place ,, ': i cnmmll naving no established; branches anywhere tonight, takiu? "OranlutIon" ; I; i
I ,the mo-t ttp-tII-d tte hue of i! i
iily
"h!! iiooii ti.uu re-
in this state. He told of for his subject.The j OT-ICE OF ELECTION. it t

I r:. : !>' :.ifti moon.Falk's many experiences through which he meeting will be open to all j| TothP-hi-riffof. :-cauibtalounty, S'ateofHurlUa. Ladies' Gents' and Children Shoes ;, I

Fall Millinery hud passed, following up his talk by organizations whether for not ailil- li:>> it known that 1. H. Clay Crawford. ;: : :
I I Secretary of :Muttof tin Slate of Florida, .
inquiring for the ISriti-h consul, :: iated with the A. F. L., and all areurged i iI t, du lI..r"IIIU"" notice that alF verern in our city ( .ill and -"I' for .yta-' If. We ;are anxiou- huw' I

OpenmgVcdnesday presidents: of bunks, owners of fine I! to turn out and give the distinguished I :> ERA. KLKCTIONi you "'II 1111" :
I I i held tu E; en m inrti'nnnivstateot
and i ,
15' .
Thursday, Oct. I I IF'tondo. J J r. /" -- -- --
I mi Tuesday next tuceet-dinij tb.first ''
residences, Catholic visitor audience
preacher a large
Mnndiiy Mivi'inlier, .\. O. llniJ. the f
and 10.m .. ,
and i I at H. B. A. hall. .II\! 1'ua bringthe
;
priests questiouain
akingenough
1V NOXKMCKK ,
hill! lUll : : :n
live minutes than could be Kor our -pn-sHnt tive of the Tlanl Con-. Boston Shoe ,1
Store
; t AL C. FIELD Rrf-MonU IMslnrl of h'lornlH. the Flit)- ;
answered in a mouth almost.He We have been reliablly I fiiitith Conurwaof: HitI'nitfd Males.
jo'or'crul''r) of Stuto of the state ofFortd. ;
MINSTREL PARADEtreet informed that certain .. IfNAVAlj
was in straightened circumstance saloon t I
For I onintrniler of the tate of Florida
NATHAN (i. l'Oi'Ilij.: : I'I-ul'l'it'tur.
and Itev. D.intitlly of the keepers have put off: UH h'oronrJutlirt-of Mattof tlonda.ror .tile jsuprvm l'ourt of .
'
two Kailroml l'olllllll.-IOU\'rs of the Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. ; "
parade: of the ;Methodist church aided in }getting; inferior bottle beer on Mate of Honda.h i

,'.itt-r Mintrelhm or statennator for Sncomlcnatorml: f. \
him from 1'ens.icola!
away ;: in accordance of the of 'loridn,
Ui tnct State
their customers } :
by taking I
tent attraction to I I
For tftoMi-mlHTsof; the House of itepre.atauves .
with his wiheHe is 7i':t tyears ". uf the state of rliirula.ror STOUN3; M.IHU'l.Iteptlrtf"t1 ti (,1 < ( (t. 1 \ s '
people who line off the label and palmingit lux ,\.or. c1fg1f t I INICK'S Is
thoroughfares; to old.NASAL!. For Tax Collector Daily for The 'sftW. h, r' t i. I'
on their customers as'i For t'ounty'1'rrasurrr. T'nion Naval Stor f Co
; trade thi season CATAKKII quickly yieldsto : For li..I.lIl1t1' ComiDishlontrs.For .

?'y those who have treatment by Ely's: Cream B thu Schlitz. We must insist of 1'IIhr three I Instruction.lIlt'nib"r. of the County Coard ... .. 'II"OST.N.rfW. H '1 ;-, I '

!I... the largest and which is agreeably! aromatic.: It I is ForJUtiee of thp Peace In and for thefolium01 WO..r' U I I.' '
received through the nostrils i '' upon this being discontinued J JusticeLiistrlcts II
; : ,
: Y_. :i foo y. I 11'1K I
i i exhibitions. ]liutt: o. 1. F
clean-esand heal the whole surface
: or we will take legal -i i .No.; (. M ... .1.\ I IF'K :
military b-ind: of over which it dittu-e-itself. A rem- For Constable in and for the fallowing I _. ....... .... ... U -, .
has I'llf..r nasal catarrh which is drying Justice Uistricts, vU: I
-icians beenty steps. 1 :.. .. .. I0 1 h.'lnw I.rlIIoITIl ::
.. and will fur- or .exciting\ to the di-ea-td membrane ,, No.l.No. .t I. TUBP"I'ITI"-.I" 1 "i <: I
-himId! not be u-ed. Cream THE LEWIS BEAR CO., i No 4. ::- *fe I
-' the i I i i
'is big pro- \ll.ilni i recognized:\ a* -pecitic.. : No."iN'o. mmm
'''i the street Price fiii, Ct'IIt"lt druirgi-ts l by mail.A Agents for Schlitz Brew- ..!. 1 :I !
IheHttt-ntion of the ilierlllj Is called tot I 6'/
1I
II. i IK. pluce at I 11 I c..hllll tlie head immediately dH- Co.MARRIACEAT tUri law requiring then to THUS it notice of % j ,
.
ing /rDYL
I ...c .
\ : l., appearwhen: /'rf'lm:11111/ is n-ed. Lilt saiit election to be published In a news
5 mil Thur-day.: Ely Brothers, ;M: ; Warren streetrw paper printed In the county if there hf a I rhia.'Jmjotl1re: j... on errry tooo:: of the gecnlne: : J 1
paper In the county if there be no paper I '
York i.ulillshed m the county they .hall i-au-e at Laxative: I BromoQuinineTai.itshe .
I -- h.a.1 live copies of this notli-e to lie pi i-ted t coW In on! dar.
that s
[ remedy cnrtu i iIq
"IIII.U" B..anlit. I Watch for imitation&etr in the most puMic places the countv.In I : DAILY MENUS ;
TI'ttlIllIlD1''lIl'r"'f.. I he bereuuto-et .
"M :>kin rUl'tiou".1 being pasted on the public : my hand and alllxed tliedreai Heal i C BTcI:1.JA.: : ,
COUNTY IAIL IL -.1) "I'll- Slate ol lonila.. at Titllii- < C npri-e all the LI.t-|
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t atpl Ih' t. "1'1; 'l F'' A':"2 is 3OCy"# : ,
!'i' tin' ,
tbi this hnl'dal Sean
for Schlitz that i--er. apilal the i
,
.. ; see every Date Diiethe! M.ir-: ?
II allY one who of 1"I'pl"lIIr..r. A. I I. I.'.'. I =- 6*. R 1
Ainica Salve. ItKcz cork is branded ''Schlitz. --- tt. i \,\"\ K\W'ruUI. i 8lgnatve/ ; +- : kt-t- of the World :. itVV
H rreiarof state.In : .
"inu or Salt A woman: named (;.."u" r.; in..h[, !+ ,.'Irr: Kicain'iia: I : .. A'JoFd.
':' !h.rl:' it. It cures C. K. OF A. SOIREEThe negro Murphy'and I nulls, l ..oaw..1l i
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i ii rts, chilblain a negro from the vicinity of Garden hose at the Willis ; z 1 it .
25 ; at \\". A. '
: I. II': : store, 121 South Catholic Knight America Cottage Hill were married in the Hardware Co's.
Ladies'
Private 'E ( :
will give a soiree at their hall county jail ye-terday afternoon. 'I '

f \,,. (luesd.iy, Opts 1.1.(; Tickets now The woman was a prisoner there SCHOOL l r [ :I Dining Parlor..* _____
: ('JUr corks; eel j LAST CHEAP EXCURSION :: ; _
sile. 10 td
are JirandedVant _ __ j JCASTOnA.A. > for a demeanor committed several THIS YEAR ; :: : ;

: : I Ii.anl | days !since and her charmer _
the !1hP Ki1, d YoJ Hale A errs! 11'I!'!+en3ritan I :;
appeared: yesterday. They obtained Regular Dinner Daily. t
: :X. t- \ : column ; it h1 The kind that teach children i : 1t
::>
t consent, to be married, and Judge to write smooth and regular JIll 0
: : 1
Beg s allowed the dusky bride to 1 goon light or heavy. (nod writing i ..5a 4 ilii' :
i >hor alert .'rlo...Plly
I-- her own cognizance until the : without a good pen is imposible. : .. .... .
'it. |
I Night or lay. I
I l last 1)111'.1 : : It particularly important I -I j ; ;
criminal court meet* next month. '
for thoe learning;; To Greenville and :Montgomery .
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SCHOOL -
BOOKS* :\londa\.Octob'r2()
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!iI write to have the best mate I II i omi>thr.ii (;nofi to Kat ,
Ifavinz lemon depot )I..ndaUluru.- y''u !ph. you'll ttua u at I
\ CAPTAIN FRITZ
STEAMER rial. How important it i i-fur
v h rilE !..\Rl E-l': ( STOCK FA'F.K BROt'OHT TO PENSACOLA : lug at 11 ;3i>ou special train. Fare for .
boys and girls to write well. i round trip, $2 ,0.< Fr'nnCant uiuieut Nick .iEf
AM: AT LOW PRICES. I Apostle'sPopular I
,
I I Will make regular trips between It is as ea*y to get good material i and Century same a- Periit'ola.Returning :Montgomerv'1Vednesday T
l lave
I Pensacola, Point and :as bad. We sell only I 'clock"" Restaurant.
GEM BOOK STORE. Washington j night at 4tit:; ,
.. I I Freeport. Leave Baylen street' the bet. We study your sharp Cojfppand refrp,ijmant'will

: wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and ar want and it's a pleasure, to : be -erved on train going and! return- : '
1
LIIIH of :School SupplieTiblet-, ]'e cil5. Penholders Etc. I I' rive at Freeport at 6 p. in. same day nerve you ,..* ?.* tI -* I Iij In\Purcht!. ticket at ticket office t ,1f2J11) hk1 i rI

SEE MlAM D SAFE MONEY. I'I L ave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. :| For further information: apply to i'

i I and arrive Pensacola' 6 p. m. same ROBT. Kist or


CHAS.:JIM >,()l'rlll'\I.\.ox R. JOHNSON.I StItEE.T I I day. Fare: THOS.round COLON trip ?:>;,one Captain.way $3. (I ij[ ijij STUREJ[ I The excursion to P.'I'HnsfAS.Excursion Birmingham)1

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY OCTOBER 14,1902


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HINTS FOR FARMERS I

1 Save Children

y 1y the reach lllo
Peach yellow, is rarely prcpnsated I

AH stomach and bowel troubles In child or adult are from seeds grown on diseased trees because I I

1 .' due to a single cause-Indigestion. melt se ils will scarcely OUT i Jim Dumps would look with envious eyo

i Flux, colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and prow, and ;:11<> all like nature the resultof undigested
are
f comijlaintspf in I Ulfjr] ". Hut it is i' '"
a exceedingly He longed for
foods fermenting in the stomach. The only way to money that others spent,
J \ prevent fever and to cure such troubles without Injuryto dangerous to propagate from any such < But, presto his season of discontent OR (

the membranes lining the stomach is to restore stock, awl nothing but the most exactfig | Has vanished !I-'twill never return to him, l
perfect digestion. : car will present its spread in this I yl
: I For"Force" has made him Jim."
r Digests way where the disease: is in the viciu- | "Sunny ;

1 / 1C 0 Uf *& IU What You Eat ity. In planting I would prefer piachtrees I -
grown in nurseries in a section f

Kodol h the new discovery which cures all stomachand where the jell"{ s iloes not exi.-t. Hut

bowel troubles by removing the cause.: This famous there is so much buying and soiling of II

remedy checks fermentation, cleanses, purifies and peach trees by u I most every nurseryman ,
gweetens thestomach. Kodol digests all classes of food and gives to the body
that we are rarely sure of the
all of the nourishment, health and strength it contains. "
Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles. tive locality of the trees that we nt'l

: f -Kodol Dyspepsia Core Is Jut the thing for dyspepsia and stomach troubles. It hu from any of HI em.11 that the planter -
helped me more & Valley ,\,:else la a loci tndini. CAM of catarrh of tbe itomich. i can do in the mattir is to use all FQRCE"TCe
Oscar hill;:,(hf'rry Y. Y
Prepared only by E C. DeWitt A Co..Chicago. Sold hy all dealers. possible means to have a guarantee of

Ole MinnreCaulb Cure Thu f. \"rlte household remedy for conchs, colds, croup their exemption from disease. In regard -
{ troachlti. grippe. tUru.il .oj lun< troubles It curet. I to there being! no great danger of I

I! if peach tans are I\"l'n the I II Kea! Cerealbraces
lit John HhepparU.Hi ris' Pharmacy Sidney Kant 1 yellows ;; > y-to-Sorre
It t i best of care and feeding; ," I do not beI ':

I here that feeding will either prevent :,

L HORSES AND HORSEMEN. THE NEW BABY. i or cure the disease, but extreme care j' 1

II in burning every affected l tree as soon

GoM l\nv\i.: : \ -':ub'.i.! richly deserves a Y.->s. 1'\'(' got a httl- brother, ; I as seen will keep it within reasonable

l i ch.ulge ot UiOll'!:i lever askfU to han him nulher, bounds almost aujwbire. This is my ,II

) 1 I'rmci' of uranw should soon Itc in Cut la's here. opinion formed after many years of liKe a brisk
Thy Just suit away ah.l l bought him. I
tht- !!.II/1 li .t. lie at'.:101 | observation, but 1 hate never beeni
.. : is : :: now. Arm last week the ilytor hruught lam; morning walK.
Iter.-nt t.it! queer? i obliged to have a hand to hand fight I
Oil the Napa (CuLl track What Is It, I
Vhf-n I beer the u-ws from M"lly, i i with pejirb Jl'lIuWI'-I1. II Van Iii -
:'J.l<>!4. by lIi..I'! -.Oi!::, recently work- '
\\11), I thui.KHt at tirbt 'twa.JolI), in luralew Yorker.
: cd<; .1 unit- in :-.1):;. 'Causv. you s>-e. man

.Vitiuraiu..1'J'i, has two new perfo I .s'i.sf] 1 could gu and got him r
And thou mamma. course, would let him AVortl t'rnp INIInmle.
.'nici-s out t.iis 'On-\uthoreos,
1i 1'1a with me. I j The official estimates of the worl.l"l1I
:'J: :Jt; Ini- Author.ilTU. 1 I Iut when" I had once looked at him I' yields of cereal made by the Hungarian ; Sweet crisp flakes of wheat and malt-eatea cold.
"\Vhv, 1 "great snakes, la that
't Inbik! iKiet-r Carnot, 2fJ.:: 't. by I him says minister of agriculture are accepted .

i :. ;ii-hxar, has U-en purchased by S.
<> 'I Just that mite!" with considerable credence in the :

i 'i i CarrH's, Memphis( = Teuu. They said, "Yes." and "Ain't he cun- large speculative markets, says Dreed-'<

\l.ime.W: : :. is a very fast filly nln'T' be funnin' ;i er's Gazette. This estimate of 1J\: .C' is '
And 1 thought' they must ;
i.iMI: ,; a n hard I Uii-k. b-atins: 2:10 every lie's a eight! ; of such interest that it is here repro-i Was Troubled with Nervousnes.U .

e, \' < !U :.inl) uiiublt to win a boat. II..'s so small, it's just amazin', i tluc tl.. An examination of the subjoined

Allerttiii: :::.O't'\\j;, Las his first :lO And ou'd think that he was blazin figures s-hiws that the wheat Tons troubles I pare used, as your well as'force'table this use. summer I was troclled and lave: also found with It very c _,
Ile'a nU.Anil sour t'
IkeL .4 L II performer ai' UH,:': in LocanJa. :!:O7!-.:, his nose is s>o like a berry, I trop estimate indicates :yield of 1S',- count!,alien and : Force' nrlt.enccfa11a srcry rerpectt : "'"

Yr' { pacifg. II* has so far this reason won And hf'a bail as Uncle JerryOn Ow.CKx( bushels in excess of last year t\ ftniU.6j oo Ij; -t

k ': every race I.e has started in.Karon I his br id. and 215OiWUO"' bushels more than in :
C Why he isn't worth a rick i
hh t \VIkfsi.MS. had throo Lor All he does Is cry and Kick; i 1
to 1'1I1o'r the -'JO; ( ia one day recently He can't stop. crop indicates the astonishing; excessof

k MZ, ItarotiVilUes, Jr.. S IGU; Uamoua Won't sit up. you can't arrange him; SUSO(U,000 bushels over the short -- -- -- -
2''_"', gad Legal Itaron :2"j'i.: : I don't see why pa don't change him i crop of last season anti 22000,000j : --- -- 1,

t I a' e M. I 1L fell 'xinston. Ky., has sold Now, we've At sot the to shop.dress anJ feed him. j bushels excess over the s kid of 1000. 33c r.. to r"Ji"n. :A

+ + the tW( -ycar-uld filly!! Kol Kobe by And we really didn't ned himMore'n 1! The tabulated statement reads thus: "\ '4'11.! Fait! tits lady who was eneaoring :M: .A. very

IJ'il Ull:.... Jam :Maggie II.: by Arnold. a froVhy'd !;; I 19C2.: 190L lOuO. Irothcr
1 \ they buy a baby
iqSri l"tlie bile Hour farm, :Macon, Co.: :She 1' When they know I'd Rood; deal ruthcrHffve I, Corn.\Vheat..2SriWO.OM... ::. ; .OtJl'.lill) S.OTo.O:2.CI.OIOOM./).um) :2.55,wuOooUoICaricy..Lhu5tioto ,&es.oro tloo'i: : eit' warLome from the ei'iw- ''SI'I'SOR Tu AVERY t Wllc.LFul.K.IIMPORTER '
z has \vorLiMl mile in ::11 :
I a % a dog "
$1 < J !Ci,0'i0.ii"i) ter'the. worst i< over now.
*ry 4 -Kansas Farmer I Oats..... 2..t9es.ooeoiu() ()) XJ.iv.UJO 2.S60.WO.OOO "I'm afraid not," auswt-nd lie af- I AND JOBBER OF
IM ) Hye.... l.iCO.WU.wO 1w6Pluuuo l,40i,0ud,000
: : CYNICISMS. 11..1\ TiisK-x. i Ilictrd one. "The- lawyer: says there'sa
bad Caw ia oiu- of the insurance poll HARDWARE.
A air Currant I'ulrli.
q tt' 1 t It>fsn't it beat all what ?0o>l luck I ...tI I, A six-year-old currant farm of sis l K-ies."-CLk-JKn Iln.inl II!"ruM.

J{ ?' falls to those you dislike:! ? -=00 acres in Greenfield, ln'l., is reportedas
i ( Ir--n N.nl-. Axe, Mi..vt\-\ Saw Mill and "' .
: 11".111
I. : Half the fools are fools because pub- I i if 1'rnriir I
'Tpr yielding 1, JI, tI t\\ I 'I Customer-Tlii tl"lhhru..h I boujrht I j 'iipt 1 :lit,-, I'c'ukunr thud Ht"ailll1: ,'*''.-, Paint.' 1'" .
JI!i< M'Dtimeiit demands that they be quarts each this which sell at an
year
\ Vf-V Winnow ( la--, Uun- Pi'toi.s and Fi-hinuF 'l.ulx.: ;
} : '
from la.st !
I { you wee ; hm t illl jioixl.StoreteeiH'r
lluls. of !:' 3'
average $1.: a crate, or 'r cents a ,
+ When some one you dislike uses your I r--1.. 1) _6 :--:: II.{r r1,1, \=- quart says an exchaiiire. There are I -What stems tu be the I Agate and Tinware and Hoiiscriirnisliiii[ ( ijolk.trAUENt. .
f" ) !
nl'teu don't -.,.., :.'"' from irK.i trouble! ?
'l. ; irutif in spt-akiug to yon, ;?- HX Jo pickers fiuplojitl,
?#i /" f "1! 't i.'f.lyJ7 t'ustoml'r-Why, the first time Hiram ( FOIl BIJiMINUHAM: HOLLIXO: MILL'tt> \i: -\N y"81
.{ ; juu learn to liati- it? I "t h .''t'I"I: ; mostly children from eight; to fifteen
I : I tried ter clean! the harness buckles withit Keverfe (iiatit :-itltl'a.ditin! F'
!!, NorthaiuptuiiV
l
Old peoplIntre people, and I : years old who are paid 5 cents a gallon
F, : young : (II ) I the hairs all came out.e York \ ..i ( n? Loftiu & Hand IVwdHr Ct Jot.ti" '! '!,: ,
"
>uun;: pitiple sl.oulil reiuembt-r thattlity : f.\- fJ /' \ \ for picking, although the usual .
I .0/1' /, Journal I IXo'danger -'""oot.lanli-ll.!' .lUd Buck ituve-and UT: :.. "*
1 'gr !( art' givat bon-s to their 'ldi-is.! \I. :;); t-, .' _"--- .. price is but a cent a quart, bet the C ".U" & ('II.'" Raw: Hide Lace Leather :'11.- -

; : I; The :1l'rhllIIao pays his liiMlrrtry .....,.IJ:, \..- ,. \ \ price of currants has been a little highi; I :M.idfe R-iili.i.id Color-.
:: \ if
i + !'I1 \ pliiluMipi.icatly: ; if he sees that sus; / 1\;\ \ -:: ir this year, and the pickers share the of consumption youuoFoley's
_ I, =:- t and Tar ri> oiic Temple &J Pen !tl'Oht, FU
... benefits! of the InCrl'lse.1 this rate ; Honey to carethat _.
'
ii-i::hlmr is ;i-.Nfhbcd ic the same prur '' _
r 47 s' liortiuii.The I /i- //; ) "; /I'3l'J they earn from 75 cents to $l.-, a day, I stubborn cough. \V. A. D'Al- :,

j; 7 I, while the owner nets about $feu) I eniberte.li'l! S. Palafox. i iIlm.
I average father of a sixteen-year- IT I '

o.1! l girl looks" us if he found it baitk-r ItI' ;<<: .,Yo' fll f'11: 1,' },t\I\ acre above all expenses. The bushes | -Sony-- Sobllily I 1 ; ROYAL STANDARD \\ IlSiL1\ ) -1
: :, i + not to reach their r
I : t -. / / 'j are expected largest |i I'atiencf"-\Vhcn
the hi1'
;; to ire up tit her iiieiils than he founiljt .. I of' # .? ,f, Amencaa ,
ZI living up to tUe Weals of Ins bruit1 I ,I. fiI.t/ .q'; P r- : yield until ten years old and will then'j i ess goi-s abroad and become* a cunt-' .
1 8 Years Old in Cases cf 4 Full at S3.20 r cau!
ol
i :I. tl7 7.A"I remain at about the game average for Cuarls, per
1 1 is easier. to foolu! wife than a d.IUII-; I / \ i ';/ : ,/ f'ss, I suppose her husband has anon s > I' H .i.irtiiii J

ti-r.-Aitbisiin Globe.: I t "l0J"\ : / many years. I her money? i iPntri
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{'('-Yes; he likes;: to SP" s'\ "r) \VHISKiYi-di-tilIp'latt'! : '.. XJL !- I !
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--.a.' : : p' -=: Marketinghent..
i, fl "WATCH THE KIONtYS" I :- thins turned to a countYuuk'! : I K)'" DHiUeQ'llud i- fully iiiatup: ..1 J II, ,' : i
It is estimated that during the past
wa ; I 'A ;.en t.tey are' aff. eted. lift- i- iu I Nsi"Ini,1If VII pli .1"''. ma'am, Ican't railroads have added b'-fi-r- hnttlitiir. It abiolutt-ly )Ill .iii' I : : l 1

: I l.e'-li) thib.il y limn ::'.il.:; to the year western to c''li''l PI quality br any Whi-k of tl'' -..u..HI I

: i-rcr.. >!I y- Or.( AberuttLy, tie b'uttliai.J! Ir 'ill:': I"". <':it .-..:il. th'irrtin carrying eipuipuient15,000: \IIlhlnK (,tit Hint. iii-iiti-i where produced. 'l'Lr n"yal't r.! 1

: -it Ki: ,rlih pliy-icnn. Foley'ii!! !!other-Incur mi'! That little young; I cars, with an average' capacity of 1WX "Do :you think I uni sulteri-l t :;., ,\ .'i j''!.1 y-ar-i old when bottled, aid! c'ux ,- -
I + bushels of wiieat This ought; to insure : "-.-llt-ut quality, ithe chi-apr-t w .I
: tiPy Cure tn.ikcsmind khhPY.1 seer is going t.. take alter his faster : the tobacco heart uOctor'r": an\ : MI .
a more prompt movement of wheat'than I I : n.: iikft at that price. Aa bev"-ra.; ;l' 1
'- 1. 'D'Alemberte, lil: S. PalIf: +{xl for l'ltra"aIIII'I'. : asked the patient. il !hiu rtimiilant : ,
'j lust year and it would probably al >-' 'ly pure : there! i u' !
4'4 :
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t j i "Not if this is tl brand I.f .Cd' -
E Snr' ii coiituiniii murk-' : :
hasten the marketing if farmers were : ; in ca-e ; no i'
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lli.. Intrvlmrnt. ': you smoke habitually replied th.! do I'ldu it.. c'HittlitIf purcha--r. up'II' \ .

;'d; PLAYS AND PLAYERS. I i "When 1 Kii-\v old Hunks years satisfied do with not the care price.to rush Evidently their grainto producers ;'I' tor, raisin; the wiut.low-Q1HIJ lal" n. tin w' I i-key. i j. nut -ati-fied with li.<' i'i'i '

I > 1 I ISusie ago" paM the returned traveler, "he Journal eal'' i. turn tbe -uiije at our txpni- .1:

m lira: : ,' mil: 1 l-e a member of i i hadn't a soul above dollar and cents. market in such quantities as to I --- 6 Will hi refunded .
Fri i cause serious breaks, and a great many ; All "fderImuid be d I
lie Gets.Tussy
What
"Thii ='il.. : .- ::11 i| ;,i"'I'. lihipany. ; I timi him now the ht'st read man aeeoinpaiii'
; are holding it. That there is enough i EIGHT YEAR. eta ( po..t"nice rdH, b.n.K\ ; il.pi ma
I Old Geut-Waiter, if jn-i lisoiiii t "n'C'I'V. ] ns-'iiey :
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i in and the works of
u. .i-irr: iia UH-II cially history
llariy ; engagda :; e-p. ,.
wheat in the country and some to / order.Ve refer to K.i-t .N
aleailiu I .. in..u t'> :Minnie Mudderu the standard novelists I ever met. I spare is not doubted, but there is a ? particularly fine Qystt'l- ::M.1.. :! 'AL \li.ciK.lu'u-y III i lilY ineitiiant in P"lhac..I L..
tin milk fresh I will lti
t 'I"kl', I ea't't iinderstanil the change in him." is quite ::0 1
price limit a I which it will he market
g1' HenrvN. > n :i..1' 'J'is engaged: :: Mr. "Tin->\| Innatiun is easy," rl'I'Ii.1the ('(l Producers will hold it, or at least fctew-swisonetl. uf course. j
vIti! Citizen "He lent 1.0tij to Waiter-one-Chicago News. S. A. FRIEDMAN
; a ?
i
\Viilinm 1 gait his
l"r English opera a great many of them will, when it approaches i ,
who wanted tu start a high class ,
man
i.. #I company. that limit-National Stock- )
liIrar.Art.'r a or DANGER I IN FALL COLDS.
I in-iii.-tiug year StiI.K PKot'KIK'luK. I'EN> Ai'lA t Kl
John t'e: Will i be seen as the telltale mutt and Taiuicr.Srlerfion i '
rf 1a1 + Sfhoioy! i :': II lilt Andrew Mack in two the man faiM. 1t':1'illnllthill: Fall colds are liable to lianmi ill j
Li but the books n. his a';stts.' Oldlluuks I' f > BOX 41H. 71'1,1.1'llti: i I 1U"1
1'011I1001": of Seed Corn In PIMJ.
\ winter the seeds of ]
urn. -
take them for the debt, and as leaving: pin
J h.il to
t4 :Napier: L-ttl.ian, Sr.. is the acting In selecting;: stuck seed in the field K,,- :
ulabronchitinrconsumptinh.
lot of secondhand
noboilj) waiitnl to buy a ,
I2 fit the most convenient: plan is to make (
MA"i
manager; of tie lt1Jllr) Adams Saw.t a ,1 ACRN[n
titartinl in l read all ky'shoney and Tu CIUP nui-kl.j '
"'r" I biKiks he au< partition iu the wagon bed.I As theliusker ( audit ev. ry ('Ii-- "f Lilli" 1- -
comiKiuy.Minnie I of them to get his money back."-Chi- the he 'and prevent serious resultIt I i- + bulk I' b..ttlfwh'ilf\ siie: "/ n LIt .IL j III' : .1
"t! : Iniprrv has begun what proniJsea I Tribune. goes along rows can eas- ; old and rplhble, tried and t.-' ,'<1. down.

hA a prosperous starring tour in "..tt I cage i i ily throw the good ears from the good safe tit ti sure, contains no "\piit"inJ >' .a .inway

t, !:0.* o' Plymouth Town." .. Sstiaracion. stalks into one compartment and the :, : will not contipate.V.: A AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
h."e
poor ears or ears from poor stalks Into D'Alemberte,121: S. Palafox.MIDWIKKICY. .
Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry J. Cohan of the "You late built fine residences In
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the other. A second selection
mut be
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: four Coli.-i'i.s are contemplating (,ui1 sir various country
part made at the secdiiouse and all undesirable :
trig;: a sninuier, home in the Adirondack austere friend, "jou have canKti sparkling rars thrown out which esc.ijicd l : The Star Laundry,

t l *. fountains to Hay and beautiful The undersigned takes thi'! method
the
( eye of the busker. In order to do 1
t gardens) to bloom, but can you Lonestl. )r tfleriuir her services aa

SPENT MIRE THIN 51003.V. I. >.I> that the world is any better for this: most the selected satisfactorily corn can and be economically thrownout '! flr" -_h" licensed midwife, have I Biggest Busiest Best I IJ iffllL

ik of 1'1ill.tl'lV.fb.., ; Lug; had 35 years experience.i ,
; \ \V. K: r, !I jour having littrl in It'? of the into bin
wagon a general at i Can rive best of references from
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write. : -My wife suffered from I "W t'II. answered the millionaire; the seedhouso. Here other men can select leading physicians of thi. city --

lung; trov\ble for fu'teeu year rm I humbly. 1 tutu 't ki.., v that it actinlly the sued to be dually preserved ;\1 RS. :M. (itnus..,

tried a tuiml'rot doctors and spent i< aiiy Itcttcr, but I think! I can claim and pilot it up in sections, discarding lit 1 114 SouthCurse De\.illipr- r-'t' -

i over Ilicn\ witli-iut r,:,liff. :She bPi that it luoLs a little b -tter." all inferior l'arsD.. Shamel In Tliey Speak

i ,-jnie very lew and l.\,tIll hop*. A American Agriculturist.Good I, [

trit'iul! reeomxended F"leHone\ OAXCKi: : tlllt IIY HKOOIl B \\1:
tul Tar and, tbahk; to th''s yreatr.iieJv : I
It saved h-r hff'h eu- Ail rice. ,
J.Fr- better health th'uil'P! l 1is: All 'ktn and P.I-Mxl Pi-cnuv Cured. The Farmer's Guide says: "We are i for Thse1\'s e \ !

kio-.vn; in ten yt-ar." I:.,fll--nb-ti-- Mr.M.. L. Adim, Fredotiia, Ala.: asked Low much debt a man with a '

Jl'd : tteW.. A. Ib'Alemuertc, li'l :S. took Botanic Blood Balm which ef- quarter section farm should carry.: 11I.DRINK

PiUfoxireet.. ftetually cured an eating cancer of That dl'lwIlS.s'umln! : his farm to We IH th HI.Jrt- :

I th! uo-p and face The *ores healed be worth $1s'J: -and the man a hustler add ('\1:1-! we Launderp\ -
# > Attention.There
Medical
ciPtj.
It I up pel fed Iv. Many: doctors had turning; his attention wholly to thfuifcivfThey! will talk iti .

will be a regular meeting olju.e given up her ca
PensaroU Medical Society at dreds of ca-e* of cancer, eating farm and not running a steam thrasher t ( UED tn -- more by tlif work we d-i t. ,
tb
t ."o Board of Health ofP.ee at s !ores, .upperatiur: swellings: etc., he might swing a debt of $7,000 at ; "
I ,'{'l ck p.m. 'Iu ;;day: Oct. Hand :: 9.I have teen cared by Blood Balm. 5 per cent.- Still,-this will make him WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.' i y w.at! We -<1V.

t Visiting physicians are cordially Amorg other, Mr*. B. M. Ouerney, I
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sweet and grunt before he :gets it paid. A"- tti.t.' A -I f,1 '/11 I :, r
Uirited I attend.. Warrior stand Ala. Her noe and We nn6r '"i. ,r. .,-. ,h.-nrlndenlak" .... ?np I
Dt(.W. C. DEWBERY, lip were raw a* beef, with offensive. believe it is a mighty: goal timeto C. 0. D. Goods C lled for M DelIVered f L (.
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President. discharge from the shorten sail In the mrtter of indebtedness White Ribbon *ill curt or dmroythe ; ALL WORK :
eating ore.
? s 1l1..i1app..Ut,, for alcoholic tlniu--
DR. I*. DELI BLOCKER, Doctors advised cutting, but it during: these days of agricultural : I i lants, whether the patient Is a confirmed TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
I : n25ttf:! Secretary.NOTICE. failed. Blood Balm healed the prosperity and not load up to the : Inebriate, a "tippler." social drinker or
_ ___ Impolitic to have
drunkard anyone an
Ii n sores. and Mr?. Ou rney i is as limit as so many are doing. The appetite for alcoholic! liquors alter using INGRAHAM
I well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm: money' lenders will have their innings: i White Ribbon Remedy.InditrHrd WALKER Manager.rrI .
alo cure eczema, itching humors!, t>y Memliers of \\'. C. T. I'. --1J
again some day i _
I have been authorized to take I Wooman's -
scaband scales, bone pain, ulcers, Mrs. M'oreoresssuperinteodentof 1, u

t tit ,t riibscriptiona for Win. Jennings ollen-ie pimples, blood poison, carbuncles tura. t'alltornlarJtel Christian Temperance: "I Union have tested Ven

i Bryan's paper, "Tbe Commoner.The scrofula, risings; and bumpson Value of the Corn Crop. <: White Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate B WnIGar comPANY
,
price is Jl.OO per year in ad- the skin and all blood troubles The magnitude of the value of the ;I drunkards, and the cures have been many... ,

vance. Those desiring the paper Druggist; *, $I per large: bottle. corn crop of the United States Is not i i,I cretly.In many I cases cheerfully the ltemadywas recommend given and In-& \

1 can have it sent to them by sending Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free generally recognized.: The value of |I (rtors White Ribbon Uemedy. Member of \' t'. MANCFACTCBER3 AND DEALERS IN

4 z It 11 $1.00 to the d.BocllE. and prepaid by writing Blood Balm the corn crop for mOl Is put by the j i I our Union treatment are delighted to aid HI to in find our an temper-economical t\ (!.; .

H. Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble department of agriculture at $ ance work" ii LUMBER LATHS
Care Daily X ewe. and special medical advice sent in' OOO"1 l-- ,
000. The demand 'or corn and Druggists by mail, tl. Trial packagefree rrr .
ii (, ------ sealed letter. It is certainly worth products throughout: the world is steadily i by writing Mrs. A. Townsend 'for
It while investigating such x remark i I 1, of Woman's Christ SAWED CYPRESS SlWGLES.-K11i.DriEL W;
RefrigeratorsVe n ave a i able Increasing: and the capacity for ,I years tecretary a .ill U .
I which will sell remedy as Blood Balm cures production of this country Is equal tot ian Temperance Union'', 218 Tremont _
I Ij I
we the most awful, worst and most
St, Boston Mast. gold In Penwcola by ; PE4COL.\, FLA
cost sr.
present or prospective demand I
at Marston $ Quin a. t deep-seated blood diseases any- -. -, tt. j L Hannah! Bros., :a: 8, rfUatoi gt, ti

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14 1d02. :, m' -Id <;

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VENEZUELAN TROOPS I .
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SUSTAIN HEAVY LOSS I



a :i P Government: Force Has Lost I I l''



112 Men. ,;'


t rJ i for Infants and Children.
SCHOONER WITH 60 MEN SUNK. '
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"-?' The Kind! You Have Always UcAisht ha borne the jli; ua- :

Revolutionists Have Almost Complete. tare of Clias. 1[. Fletcher, and has been made under his ;

< ly Surrounded CaracasSeriousEvents I/t'I" 'OII1l !Mipeniaioii fur o\ er ItO jears.! Allow no hurt I I

It> deceive you ia this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
Are Predicted For This {
"Jn..t-a4-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the "

Week. health of -Experience against Experiment.The I

\Vill mstadt. Curacoa Oct. 13.-The I
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troops of the Venezuelan governmenthave Kind You Have Always Bought I \t.

been: repulsed white re-attemptins Bears the Signature of \ it

to occupy Core capital of the state of !

a Acts GertIy.1A Falcon and sustained heavy losses.:
; t jI
st'toonep wIth Co men on board was :

cts sunk. i it 1 fl

f \ Pleasantly. An engagement was fought at Goya. I i

bo, three hours from Caracas Satur ,

\4 7 ': \' ii [Vets Ber\eficiaJy] ; day. The losing government 112: men. force The was revolutionists defeated In Use For Over 30 Years. ,I

..r er.-.u. c".P.'., on .u..... "TAUT aW YO'. e", ) !
k' ; !j;' :?,. (lets lr-\Jly'as a LaxaHv have almost completely encircled I -l1qJ11'H; ,_or: JI! 'IIL...: k6La II.
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.::: : Caracas | -- f \w

-. of The British cruiser In"k-fatisal | DR. MOFFETT'S Cores Cblera-lnfanfum! i i
Syrup Firs; appeals: tthe cultured and the" d M H
armed at LaGuaim : Other I Dlarrhoea.Dvsentnyand
Sunday. f
r \\fl-infrirmfd! and to the healthy, because its component the Bowel troubki of (h;
>:L. ... ; rt1 part arc simple anti wholesome and because British vessels are to follow. lt IGMtJI! ChildrenorAnyAge. II
The United States Mar-
gimbutit :
;_, 's a, it acts without disturbing: the natural 1 functions ta has Aids Digestion+ l Iegalater( 'I It I I Ia
j returned to LaGuaira from Curacoa (TEETHING POWDEIU I the Bovt Js, Strengthens
a'r S. V as it isll'iwllvfrrefrom i every obj.ctionubliiquality : AQ
the Child and drakes
Alp, "-Xvv or Mibttance. In the process of Serious events arp predicted for: this' # r Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, .

," rnanufacturirtf frjs; are used: as they are week. I| S i I rjs i0r mil tr> rents til C J. MOFFETT. M D. ST. LCUIS. MO. III!
."j' *a.v ; i Tresae.gB.AlaJuh.l I--. IM. M iBr Mt I1 re' i i ,11 .,s-n I-'n-ul.li: p joamyrithni'ifHitll .
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.,,' .- :, &- *-- rka ant to the: taste but the medicinal I ,i'> ir> ii it r 11.. liinil\\) r ,.I-i .IIIw laimii: t
t
""* "f AA ;&* xirtut ot Syrup of obtained trnuMi ke.hi'11! r i r> n'n1) elan ,.: i-ifl 11 Ut---' 1.1 i I M ''i > > i I Ij I tn] r % Ilrr lent ila F
Figs are roInnwltoii-v-spun- LI1 ll rn.lrrerc 'u.II d .. H I-. .'" t
+ ;r+ i.- .e' : v> i-i "i .teI soured f.
: J&TI" v-iV 'rrlt'i ; from an xnlkr.t combination of Negro Nominated For Congress.: II. r t. dbret! t nil itIt" !ryTF.lili\t.ail'alley I I ..rt* > t-1- v.-.a.-' t'c.- \ :.t.4rtturn,4-l r !
plants ,
U.eL.i trthr'ul I"nrlet.ll.Till\I.thrL'l 1.1. ,
; Clint.-n In-t.. Oct 13. Tt ; .x-ialists I ? r. a far w
}; kin \vn to be mtdkinally laxative and to \ -, 1>. W. 1l 1.L1.1-'ir ..t I rn: rT.-.Ate)5.ws. ,
\ } of this twelfth district: have ;
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: a rt t n.t Ivpifiii. 1 II\'. ; .
> ; '
'. TliI nominal !:arie3 T.. Bishop, a nen i 1
i _i.t :t. K rdkal t t ffl (-buv the: for It'-hon! from KP' tM ; t
.. oontrr, "s--v. cam r
", ,..tr r'<: ....). J.IIHI.IL-I : i!..:nuKKtur<.J by the tacky and ia 33 years oral.Iu | ( > l tftC lf J! i :
i' ? II 1
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:t1 3 WK. EXPECT TO sri'PLY A Ml'CH I..GJ-Il'IRA PE: f
r /t"r pHaD Cotton. f !) 1
II AIG !:.';;\jitisiu cotton is bun! introduced i TIMS I WINl'KR: I'HAX KVK: ; 'I iUK: : j

in T,' Cis> mill promises t<> revolutionize! I
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lh.hP 1 '-l! nr tw! c-ittr.n i'"luvtr\ of the south. It ksad SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCJrtte : .; :
: : that it 1.i :lurch more desirable .

than: the t..t1nn> rai>','.1 in the I'nitt-il! Thompson Olsen c. C E !
t r
1 States clues..Ind! even better than the I "

'--: ;' San Fr"ci5CO, Cal sea !land etittim. The r. l.tiaJ'llt.- ;
: Louisville !
Manrcsa Street Telephone 1'7.
s : Ky.all hew York !t.Y. > ( I
ton !iis tote-h longer tiJK-r than other _
For sale. by dru .Ji Kats. Price fifty! cents per bottle.Ii cotton. and it< sei+l can l.c. removed = = j

,.01'\-: "i--. Il,::t it is not necessary to cut 1 ESTABLISHED 1803. r I
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up tn! eottiiti in ginnin;.: it. i i

: McKENZIE OERTING & CO. \ ;
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\\ "tb It." I II llnhUeintterr ..Irlkew the !o..a. .. _._.. .;.._._-. ,,:,,,:,.., .;.- -. o IS- -
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i; ,hop Williams of fret'"s"eu' .I, tin Tro\vlirulKi'\ oi liarv.trtl ._ :: ; du Jdwatr8. t

i .'I!> years I'resiJiiiR: I r : hIS hli'l.v: made SITUS ot 'XJHT V' Ship Chandlery General a : i

!I.' M-opal church in i iiui-iit "'..h i-livlric, sp.irU-5 ,.i i\ t't,'.-t HiliiiKth TWENTY WORDS
,] i iFC 60S AND 606 H. PALAKO1 MTI.U'T. I i
.' lived all his life uim1 wliifli hi thinks show ili.itlip'titiiiiii j jE jf I

one day with a ; ;: inr slrikos:: the siirtaoihi "! -.A.GENOY t
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the w ."t nbiiut a M-"-III. His! fxi>,'riuuntin- un.I E:) : > (:j I REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'H 1 KOiNH CO.'H t'I I

,h'nit t.ll!!.. \vis tryi. I I d' rutkeii witU a \'il'to vokiuziiu: : v.itrr GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RDfJHEL A BON'S PUMPB.Ciifis .

'.. ..h.1 I i, ,:'- 'I.! tito fur tif! puriiuM of ohl.,iBlII;; -iir. I ;slgaa PIeta! 3ii! Ixctics! Imtramsiti Chris lictari K&uCOMHAH8KH. ; ,r I
':tin !p, '.1 1"1'1 i I ..::_' >-jKM-ruiii of wal'r:111': I'.nti ((:jj:1 TWENTY CENTS. (;fjt | i f )
LOGS, FTC
n ,,'!n ,. ..,ul I. I i hit'oii'iil tli.it his .stiiirkot lii-i! 11 t. '- ,, I.
I I' u'ah": / Tiitui.: (Frei n.',ii\i- iiiit. :till a1al'I" p iililfi ---- - -' j I C. \Ic leuzi" Oertni' Collectingut her :Jar; PilotB"n ilent Asto I

eft : tat pay ,,- ..:.li'uijhhininu: :silwty nlusiiltr ; ciation.' 'I r' I

,iin :0. il-nc i if Hi' wit: -r and t small amount invested in the DAILY NEWS One Cent a t .
!. a; \ it I ., -li-.ul" to 111-' ,>(1;','.< of th" \t'< THAW ; "
t; al ,.ioiI: 'rl.g it. Hi-, :il>i. found it 'xI E I Column often brings wonderful result- There is, no THE GARDEN SECTION I ;: I II

I.n 1 '} liu'li'llh! '! lo pass lilWlTllll[ better method or medium in the state for realizing a want : :

,- of >ii to ant o-OF--a i
-I'm .H .11'1'.l1n w: r t I
Is. -I' In.: tta I| :: :"-iv-tiiii; oonrlnsinn uliii'.ij Q than through thee columns. Pensacola .Florida I !r I

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.I.i u : u > fo i -; ;- that "it does not M- iii J
HAVE YOU A V1ANT ?- I. I'M i ,!; f>'nipoii I I'-tt l :;:.ituillS; discharge- lil"i : ".mi -. -.1' ii'..-Min ill The air of heavy t : Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. r' i:

.' Inn:tl i":. .j"iIr4! | ,i I' ,t.ll" Idt _

'' I, 'f.;11', Ii 'ii tin .MHI I|:I I II Pa.tint !'t'rl..I1I... I S Aellt.: \\'alltpd.t N etorietsVunted.. : Beautiful Lots for Sale. ;

1 -. 'HI-) i I 1,1'i "> |.>.Iallnuti. | I Oiu lusiis Mvisuiiall.v! of farting I t gtarderV: 'tuted.Ck Ofiuiou'auted.. I I ,

I-' fl- ,v. ,,t..,-1 |little' !il'rl"'ut". hut it i is not e.11.11 that Inn Wnntfllt. P trtllf'r Wanted.Quilters j 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord 1

.uiil \-i vi\v at 3 r'plit'IIJI.rs\ the ailvanta-zt"! ; po" I f Driver Wanted. Wanted. j ing to location and surroundings. ,

: !''if, it t A,11 1! take me s(1 by :i grit: Japan.
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in the Muoii'.n of Natural History! in d 1 .
G.uduer'VlIlted. Team Wanted. High Dry Fertile Lan fls.
i "ails.: It arrived at the luntt-uiu in the i I : 1'
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H'He \Vantf'd.Incubatl1r UUi"I'111eJlralited.V..hlcle3 -
r I. H llrnmi fullest health and strength on :" 11I..;. j t

.t I\\'t'r Walkrr as lee !I. It wa-s alMiut eight! feet lug;:. of I \Vauted.Julers Wanted. | The grandest opportunity for investment ever J j

iiiul slid down from luilliant iiilnriii)::, t-nonimus diainttrrand : Wa uted. Wise. Wanted. i offered in Pensacola.

: hI!ul 1 a lovely rireaui I of singularly! \ airmvssjvtilisimsj.. : i. I .... Kni-er; Wanted.l XpetienceVanted.. .- i ,

II I I tion. Its kcciMrSIMHI fiui'id that it ( ) Lime \Vanttd.l You're wanted: to have Ill[IJ] I Home Seekers Should See These Lota :

asked TirwJ Tatters. was a te<*4alT of the tuo.st consistentrhanicti I .'. M LId \VtnIPd.: Z'-.il enmi:::h to place a ..!; "
,'1 bis neck with a r. these duck shi-cp. 11e114.every I I
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I iniaKinalilo: daintyh i t :fi-n d. :j' [&i) ,WIIAIU i .A. Clu."b"bs ; 3 11 ; ; 3

\11.1 llJ "I. 1
i Weary "dattlsy: but in vain It IKIS-M! a\v.Iv on ,

t' ii'itl I so ttatTribune.Ialecr 2n. UHI: :!, after a \'"IUlltHI'faot, of :2: I ( S? C4l! and I J
Alcaniz
[; nn ij: Corner Garden Streets. ii' !

,\ .11I d11'bot1 tYOrkcd". Yt'ars.1 months and ;a dlrs.CEce.r .. !. IIih i I nUl Iu iII 0 nOl"UUQ. v WEEK ORjM1ONTHT" .vhi' : I. .

WIt: KXOWI.KH W K. HYKK JK.. J H, R) FNIt ,
(.Nine.. (' ril K t' KRKNT.: t :
''I..rr.I'o't'l'nt t __ _
... ." ;-" ......."...,. T.. .a e'W Prpld"nt. V'.CH.l're.d.nt. I a.i.II..r't Cnhler :
ti .r -- .
.. \ 1t".I. investigations!; |Mint to the j'.0# -.,, tr.ei:s.
:st be made of the eoticluMon! that one of the c.iusi" of I

:':II1I011Lalli ere I: OSIIMIT is iiuproiKT food and) drink, says. I..OMT. . . UMI-
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l...-ii.' Wivi.ly.: That surer of th'l j ...,...._..r I I I T1WSKAH HKlKVK-ManufRc'orer- -- : First National Bank :
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inflammable? lip :and tnouth\ are caused by exe 's.sivesun.Uiiiji 'with! ellauretnd :
'i nsir-p.nrol 'l'dl\"" i ill and dealer In Hair doodi, !f ate. Toilet II i iI
.- !fight and liol- is uoa fact established by I j hsirpm attacbvd.. tuder alit pleasenotify I I Articles, HaIr Oil, etc., :S2V W. Government II i iitr
: .+. !1'rt s. the Mae of iciieral (;runt and others, N KWS oinotMONEYTOLKXI'on- I "-t. it ;
I I OF PEN8AGCLA. FLA.WM.H .
and it has be'u intimated! that canrerLiifrolns N II. :. ; I
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..I"IIt.1. lgatrl.U have been found in certain I ._H..:_'10. 'Il.a- -. --:' TU" L. -- i O'U'l' Kl.< \V1-JKK. D-L 'n.DOTOr\.HI ; ,
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vile lliu foreign elu' for which i
I'll I M-a3 In aUlt ;': -see. t I unproved real t's. (
t II i-ir eigLtaaltous 'i none fushiouhlI..pll.' profits M i amounts at low pUT KLOWKKs and Floral eslgna- I KNOWLBt': W. A rtLOT'KT. F. (;. UREK1 f 'A.j HYl.H. Jil ; ;I i
Uspclatdr.lgn4 oraered for cnstnmres '
bunt great liking tv" far as the inal ratr.ot ri".l. Call on Lrslie E: t'rool..s.iHtorn..y D. G.L-KKN'i: ,
3 ; tU... **5 ti. faUfox' M., rbultdlag Miss Vlu.ntr .lortno. IKS WV.t jrtgory.i ,
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\\1\ are no trio inly is tnuvuble to gorses lILA: tilt.- ( 2 !imlm !I _Phone_ iwlliu_ :


I..' ,H'-r hk 11*.t. the c: .-!-.-1'reliiedy-to vix.I..t11 to to iuioke n-oMy l I.e applied\ nux'.eiatt-ly anil! is di'i-ayed siiupl.-if al arti-and..illmd i- I 'I os Yon on t\can ea TO-UAY-let borrow termand-any 1'" yon amount nerd lo" you-.mon t Went rates y1 _. u ,_ W: .: t'lI). :' kin! ui w :ti k3 n B u At t ill A eiL!! I : !


.MI ia scream whenaereaut.Town des of feral al'ine." 1:0: matter it ;soar I .today ay" hl'r.. rvobtainablH. improved city real I "1'.t :N'I II-\t: once Id live, hustling: ___
Wm. kitbur.iJi'i! toutti: i'aia- enlruerntobandirourcontprtrunrof /
: i'illatlrolU
meta preteinl to like then loan bourholdptriHliifB; }Fe! to jj.1; week Bills ;
fox hirt-t-t. per olJrWa dra'ICI own of Exchan on Great Britain Irclanl I
'; eaiil> maJ.liPI> to Aucuor supply fn., ,
Alnmlnium Fur 1'rintiiiu. I ,I ;\u.\I En+i lllteUUi-liciti street. ltermany' KJ-UUCO AQ :eia. Italy, Holland, Hpaln. BelgIum, Knsdla KoiDscniark
:<>KKOW MINYlnve.tntuney.InsurryourpruprttvproL : i"jU'I
IK YOU WANT TO 1'
l rxperiuii-nts: are l eii.r! made in I wpy.l .e1"t: and otter European cocutrie. I I .
I I" II-: I
ANTEl--Men: to learn barber trade.MeMily
or title, buy or scl! real \\ - -- -- -- --- ,
j rr.imr with the idea of substituting: I II j can-abstracts 1) practice, qiiitlilird trachea,
i late rent property cW any dts-cnptlon baverentsculleotrd l-trVfJwel* Dl-bnrisd I upon the Mosi KaTcrable Terms and the!i : ;
.tluuiiniiitn f..r !iapr suitable fer writi; or yonr tax attended to. murpenence in abort linn- than v>-'IH j I 1
of
I Watson 4 Co.Ke elsewhere. tools ,11\0.; 'board! included Obligation" Taken Parable at Port lestH1aH.L| Ten or fifteen Va" ;
,. ci 11 i tii:: aid printing. It is now pn-sjile to call on or address Thus. C. wage! "aturday.etabiiebrd I....:;. I'errev- .t \rriT there
y | lull!1 ali'iniiiiiini into sheets four-thou- cola.<.l Estate Kia. Charges and Insurance mw>-rite.agent.'To everyone Ptnna- luc- atdcatauUenadrdfree.' Motor_ Itarbir tfti"S ____ ____ __ __ i It
s.ri'i.is! ,.1' an inch tl.iek.! in.Ui, hi who burs a lot from us .. .will lead money I 1111"2".w [Orleans, La. '>tf ktHty Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection : I
Wtii ---- --- -- -
with which to bu.ld a hoone. -- I
i f.ii-i' 't wi i is li< less than jiaper.( ly! the -- I. with whioh Tip haTfl a Priva Apartment for theUin
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----- 1-U \STJo.:1J-AII: : kinds or empty beet :11'
..met| ti'in oi' Miltable: machiut'ry. it is ,' illcit'1"IlI..t1I ..t.h..l. bottle S. A. KRIIUM4N.: DOTH Renters.. ;t '
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CI! i"ii.eil.: I tin'sf sheets can lie made e\en _
1 iiiinnir and -an: be used 1 for book and I I1'1111 :
j i -I'EH \ ltTE't'lIntll. will II" i :'u > Itiii t Inn *>) jilllif' \\' _' pal: | e r. The metal will not o.iill i! IV ""lInt lit Kn: -t Wnht. tart, Oi-t. I WE WILL'FURNISH YOUR ROME FREE 1i I :' :
1, by Mi-s 1..rj.Hl'tttcla: ) ;s'stfI'OU I- -
,.'-, I is I'r.t tii-aliy err i1 wuti-r proof.ivl : tAP1.11r11triltK'iatralbexek I ; ,:-t:. I

I I j is hide! "tr\Wli!.!'' ty woru".- I-..\.i.E.iLOK I (J date, coiii..inlni! nevr code of igna..sand Wnt. ii.dyfne one ".not. I _I I :
:Spilou'tit: III! 11 1!''iiiiMiiitu. I!I -- ------- --- -- the wnofr. ei.iniiiiali' fur mattirud, / .be'.dwrrlat .111 ..'v. KEMiIUi.r.i. "rERS I.. 1 ; .
mates uf se" .goineeln: orkeo U. ? 1..du t. .
our and .. Ir tr rod .t \
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1 1.\Lt: 5percrnttrrlowcot a .
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explained "O teat anUli.4nt for )lic-n- will .. II It UUA 'I r
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L-omtbefaetary Air c. ,.. .. '.
,,1' lot of matting: Just ; .. '
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i be suie to W. Otthlenh--k .. >f-
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uronittliMi !Stor'j j deks and I pa iole JIU1' """ ; .,., '
V j!|I second-band furniture organ- I ai.nt. _him'I' tor '. '1 'I .... 'U\eo : !'
for So cent belo eo -t. n> t tsh r's I' r3L ;
Tie! Kevue Ilebdouiadaire: of Paris: '[hors per d '...' : j 4 I Ipo
Furniture store: lii S. larrastoaSt. tf ... .- .. ..... I '
f i pii!.l's'ue> a strange art.'clt ill which it .- I' leu" rt II.e .iet.. ,. ...." '. r. f.II, .., I ,.. A J <.1.1.tile I, ___

> 1t allies:; Kim; Kdward did But tretthtouKU roll; -\LE-Tbil most desirable lot. In 1--->- -- -- tri L4u 41"I'W, '''' .y'. '4 t.t.I'
,, coronation rvrenu- I' the city on easy terra, by the Fi.her wY a ..II.J.I..M III..
the whole )OAH1'IN Hon'l.at Wheeler 'I
; spring' ,
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t IIi.. jiersonally! but that after the nelaal ,i, KealEstate Agency, 24outb" Palafnti lfcalmTA 'II ) Mary Kthtr.: rl I.... :Mr*. Condon pro-. a.It ...."411..1 "I'","...:. 1 r.f : y I :
l-.reet. i pnetress. All the comforts of boi.it HIi RI.1'Ot e'7 ,.-r.. ', '
jlt I / ''' f"I"t
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irowuiuj; a man who i is the kind's; - I i\>-rensODHbte rates. Northern IIMIi I.' r.n 'n nxd r'" s' I. ., '. I I., .v. .I
: >K-\1 --Co. withw. -k.-II-t calf.F .e.at. ,
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will! rind this Ideal F" -I' .. I i
royal rob-sKins | an pieta to spend n I p >r- 'II 1
tluuble and WIItd in Apply to W.N <;rflel(1. dltfDKK.ss P- r'q" ... '. :
t tstudy! of evolu- lion of the seavin.' calm .. .i
N 'uft \1.- ,
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: 1II'rs.matt'l1 Edward.: . .
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1 iMt, iii-.i-irta-iiivthat Ur.. --ntaliup: NfW*;'*."' M I..y. :. "
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1 rlo-r. l'urJ..ull..I.al. ., 61J) r
all ln-l.tt iu -> inep/I < ail '
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ilothorlil.ut i : w "' s '
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Foley's an.t Tar cure; : MAK1NU-Miss Beatrice WhUt _-... .,. 1ft. t** Hoops ,
I rs. WllltamRicbarrlearengaodin I mudulu u Mr. Aj.Nr llilCUIXe- a. imylef-jtr i,.), Do.'t d.1"1 t
: i'! -Of course. She I coughs and colds and prevent* '! '!imonij. dress iuakln a. :JIll Eat Wright 'tri-et. L'LOWER8JR KUXEKALH tn.-nUhed .
Take no *ubtitate*. '\\ .\. They will be pleased to have their nandd C prompthinbongnet9orwpeclaldewlynt" SALVONA SOAP CO., Cor. 12th & Pin Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. ,
;it !Issue anYJY.X: 'r I D'Aleniberte, 121 :S. Pal: .lfnlt. !I call. ord-. attended to with promptness.. lIas Vlolette Moieoo. Sveat! G--orj ____ _
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY OCTOBER 14, 1902y


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fl WORD TO FflRB TOILEIS.PAINrTS | rXIG W & CO,X,,,XXX G. W. & COX! !) -FEET- FURNISHERS FOR CASH- -ONLY.--.....




NEWS NOTES CELERY ; G GREEN; WATSON_ & CO. ri l l i KEITH'S


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regular-nionthlyllmeeting-- of : COMPOUND ; O The- Weather ., LET IT COME AS WE HAVE THE NECES- '' KONQUERORThe

:.he [courlty commissioner; will beheld I c,,;) I

tonight. i The Home Friend of the o '. Man Says : SARY ARTICLES|(} TO MAKE YOU COM '


Mrs._J._\\\_ Lurtonind] children! ; COLD WAVEFORTABLt : : : : : : : I Best and Most Dependable
and His
N have returned from a pleasant visit Farmer Family i _

r to Nashville. in the Autumn I ---- -- -- C") Shoe for Men at

Regular meeting of the I'eusicola P SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.

Medical Society tonight. All members Season. I V _

requested to attend 1011::
are
I After the labors: and toils of the' C j FLEECED UNDERWEAR for Men, the dollar-a-uit kind, $3.50In

( The Meyer shoe Co. advertise! summer time and harvesting of }. -: : our price only. ..., ...6se: suito'
Kieth's Konqueror shoes in all styles I crops in the early autumn, many of

shoe forJ.50.. Calla our farmers their wives, daughter, Special Sanitary Fleece, a beautiful perfect garment that ?
-:u gentleman's the World. All Sizes and Widths
and sons, find themselves in a con- -:- sold forU.35. our price.. .93c; suit m
ad see them. dition of health demanding careful :E

i r ,; The government tuz Waban, recently I attention later if muttering is to be avoided : Ladies' Fleeced Underwear, 25c a piece or 45c suit ,
on. Many experience kidney i
sit' sent here from Havana: is to I trouble in some form ; with some the I,II 3 15

M be entirely rebuilt at the Peasacola: I liver is torpid; there is billiousnes, '''II Ladl,,' Waists. ( French Flannell.-) .... .. ...... .. We each g I

.4} t. : i navy yard at a cost of JAl.OoO.\ j nausea and and vomiting with of loss of'i I ci BetterGrade. ... .. .... .. .. .. ... ..... ... .. ...... SI: 50 each i
i appetite depression spirits. I
r k Arrived yesterday afternoon, the I 1'houeaudswho have been exposed The Beautifully Emb. and Appliqued Waists... .$2 to J3 50 each I Distinct::: and Exclusive Styles and

I' nautical: training :yacht Tillie, Capt. I to cold, damp winds and nuns while i i, I' ,

f y (:. MeArthur, ten hours from toiling in the harvest fields, now \ ;r D-CORSETS - I feel the twines of terrible rhenma- ,
Kurt Morgan (Navy Cove )I. All I ti=l11; others run down by worry) \- { One Two and Three of a Kind, Good: Clean Goods, to Close Out I 9

well. I overwork and irregular di.-ting are O Quick at Half Price. I
tormented the of V,,;
by pans: dyspepsi !
This is to a Nice Corset at a mall Cost. *
opportunity get
TiH! freight; depot at Florala: and : To the tuousauds of rundown, sickly your *'
: KINDS OF LEATHER.
Ito; contents, inciudiuj about 100 I, and: half dead mm and women Qj --- --- :

p bHrf-l.: .pirits of turpeutine ownedby in f ttui home we recommend with Si For Monday and Tuesday's Selling: :
all honety and confidence the worker' ------ -- --
I'atter-on & McLsan, wa de- I 1
friend 1'ain .
Celery Com-
-:r.. ed by fire Saturday uqht. pound the only medicine that can 1,000 YARDS EIGHT-CENT OUTING FLANNEL, 5C YARD.

1 quickly and fully re-tore !strength to MEYER SHOE CO.
Kate C. Joode died at ho:5:
Mis. : : ,
'the weak b dIJlId vigor: to the
i \" ,f li Alcauiz: street yesterday after- I muscles. 1'aine's Celery Compound \1
I \1 1I
" aulu.aged'aiyoar; ; *. The body was and.Ipp.d : tUlle= the acids stomach from ;the it removes blood which poisonoui !Lfir GREEN, WATSON & CO. ( ) Peet Funii-hcr for t'ilh Onl)..

(. "mh.ilmed by Nutthupd1'ood ,
Ii :, caue rheuuiati-m; it feeds the weak 5 j t
.. to Montgomery last: night Y IMIOM I'M.
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and di-eased IlH'ealJd banishesueural.'ic :
ii" 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
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f
it the ,
t..r lutrlllfLt.if1' tortures; purifies
\ \ blood and gives tine vitality and ; Loo "M. := OO 1g 'M =:) i iI iI -

,,' :..i'i Mr. Chas. Nash, a member of the I I lifp. The use of Paine' Celery I r-....,

.r J city fire department, who/ has: been \ Compound in autumn means the e-- I .

;t fi jl' c'lt.fin"d to hi- home on North Dei i tabli-hm of a perfect phy-ical vijrort ; A WARNING. I Ini>k Out for Fe\rr.I .. .. "
withstand the rlxura; of a severe I Biliousness and liver disorder at GRAND -: :
for the three '
r"1 Villiers street past I : "
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: winter. I --- i this season may be prevented by'

m1.j weeks by illness, i is reported a? be- ---- -- -- --------- I! The Lewis Bear Co.. agent" for the I cleansing the system with DeWitt's i i

I"!:. ,J, :t :. in;; much better today. I ;100/0/0/0/01100/0/0/0101 Schlitz Brewing Co., have been in- i little Little pill Early do Risers.not gripe.Thee They famous move t FALL OPENING ;!

: J j The fall opening of the latest: crea- 1 formed that certain saloon keepers I the bowels gently but copiously, and | .

.I J: {$ ;! T ton;: in millinery will take place atFiilk' : Diamond Dyes | remove the label from cheap beer '| by reason of the tonic properties, II i 0 -,. '1'- ---- ---0 ,-
sell it to their customers as' give tone and strength to the glands. I
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r.!;. :i' exclusive Millinery R'eduelii 0 and
v't '\ : I Hargis' Pharmacy John Sheppard,
\ f :. day and Thursday. A handsomely''hplayed : '! j Save money and afford:! freshness and 9 Bchlitz. They therefore warn all Sidney Kabn.Foley's .THE BIG STORE. \
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: t: y S{J "; advertisement of the event ,Iijrl : a phasing change in what you wear. : beer buyer" to see that "Schlitz" is *.. ... .

'.If,, .' will be found in this i issue. The: .. Dr.rUon Hook and 1-. dyed ,amplerleer. t branded on the corks of the bottle Honey and Tar .. ..

-J 1 j. ,: hJIt-i are cordially invited to at- ; beer they buy. Don't be deceivedinto frrchildren.safe.sure. A'o opiate .
tend. 9 MAMuXU nEB, Burlington, U. 9 taking cheap beer when you GOIiORED i
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'' 00000010100100110AESCAPED want chlitz. '
C1t1v ISOAICISJI.XEITHKK .
[ I. X. Uullin ton thea genial: pre;: ----_ ... ) .
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j :, ''. .:: ;,eut of the Gentry llnw.1 Dug and ----- tba captain, owners .
:
l I' ..if'.I. )' r.j j P'lnyhows., is here today: placing ,: MARITIME. "" ..nor MoiiRihflln COU.IIII..1 will of theIt beresponsible i ; PETTICOATS !

( r the advertijing for the appearance FROM for debts cuiiliact o
ed by the crew of situ \'eilo"l. ,
E: :/ of this ever popular show here Oct. I -- I.VXATIM.: :. PECO
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!> GulfTran-u fo Cai'tHia.LoiiimicK
\ 'ru'v.:,;, I" :!'r>. Sevi-r.il I new features t have beenaJ.ifJ : THE CITY JAIL EXPORTS ". 1 l.initNF'ITUKK ; l'i .
'' Fur a:obey to dateAI > :l''ll\ t- I .
f :t an.l tin- year there is tu in- ------- --
Ott' l: tnt captain, owners : .:1.." BRAN('. :
tt lli/f-iit 11I01l"'-Y Wit!. tliH sliiiw that ,RI\ iD.. : ."'"...i nor JOUMKiiHMs of the hr .. .
! -I: 'looji'' thiI I I""i| Am -I'll Mars r 'uiiibx. !I''"&;. -., lI.1earo 1 1'alatlniMill lie n -ponlbiefor .
t.t
., IMU Dory colored who wa to order 1 debts contracted by the Se' yet 100.
crew of said vessel. ;
lined S:!;j yesterday)' for charges preferred : H. A. K"HS:,
;;; 6AII.F1I.Br W ij Keyser& ('0.. I ptal1l.l'Otl.IKn..s. I.
t114:4 ; RECEIVED by Oillcer Uolline, crawled |II I Br ss ss ',MonaJnock la[;,lbby. Holt Woods hamburg, UuttcrdamCLEAKLO. Unit c c #\( $1.50 & $2.00. :

mall of her cell i
; through a aperture I i -- --
> O.Ll.. S T 0 :rt. :X.A.: .

E; ESTIMATES la-t: night about lo o'clock and e5-1 l Am ss Dorothv. Irt-V, Donald, bv Gulf I ears the ha Kind You Hale Eaals Eo""'l? : Dress Goods Shirt Waists. !
Transit Co tor Galveston; with :!.tJtJ\) ton i.
: caped. She has /been located at a'i gnature If.--
l>t coal 0', :, I'en- : and I| OPERA WAI-I I I j
i north of here and if Nor ship America l" I.J..ruen. y I of < /.U'.4 Trimmings.I
place u county 1 acola Luinljorl'oror Ponatal for Orders, I 0 I style and flush I. .uTi'; I-- 1

'f ll. Estiniates fr-ini local contractor- |:i i warrant i is, made against her ;?he will uitbI'M"denls.alue, flI\'W a: ft! sawn timber, siitli> 8 ft : The mo.t complete; ao.rlnone.. Comes in all n, tt- : 1 ..
I
i Monndnock, Sid, woods, by Gulf OPERA HOUSE njnitf KIBP CJoud- vtrliowu i I. :
Br 6S '
I., were asked this morning by the city ,,, be arrested in a few hours. The:t Transit Co for Kutt"nlarn11th 7.I i tou tin at New Yot k { I'ruiii >:,:.-; In t N". 111, :

,tit ;:i note through which she crawled is'' coal valued f.'.I'-' .. ......... ",.."..----..-.-- : in city price I
1i-: f.ir, the contructioa of artificialtone '
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9:' 4i: t -idewalk- completely encir- .i u-ed to pass food and water to I AT tll'ARA TINE.. Two Nights and Two Matinees O. Underwear. | Corsets.

I ft. ., ,' female prisoners confined in the Itus hk Uurli. i.'"),, valluistrom., from : KnitFlauleletteaud Mo- i Newest ltud/1--ill! !l -: 'I :
Barbados
,llJj i dm I ,; the rity hall, building on Main: Kemnurr, Ht. |ieni' Africa via
I j I I cell. to Uix Robinson MONDAY AND 'ITESDAV, lip I'ndf-rwear for grown and i Try The Habit I P.ik: f.i'new l t .
Ulr I It ifcrion and Zirragnii streets.T'.f I I NorbkTttbitln.Dninelsen.Cape order Townto : little f"lk-. I style -uit-i tbd -k ii tI -. :

;! '; I, walk will be eight feet wide When you wake up with a bad \ Nor hk "amt Morion, \I.">:. iuddersen, Oct. 13 and 14. 0 .
t:. .. lit i, tate iu mouth, at once to a i ii inenoE A order
; "r s':t i ill the -treets named and will !be I!i drug store your and pet a go free sample of :] THE iid Skirls. I
I \ !
i I Wraps
: I Ji. iic:' of tile niot welcome public 1111tttliJ !.Chamberlain's stomach: aud Liver SHIPPING.VESSKLH Saylor and Miller's ComediansIN I ;
I- ; Tablets. One or two doses will''make
: : \ jrovfiaentthat have been made bythe :i 1 you well. They also cure bile IN FOKTSTKAMSHIHh. : Silk :Skirts. |T W, $:J.\It'o, f 12.tm: + r f :

(pr"put city administration.Y 'I tonnes.ick headache aud constipation ; and #1/1.51)!I; P
: All druggist;, ? aud medicine Kr HlfiihcUn, U-'iii, Gilclinst; to JnoA Skirt-at 49$ ;
l f : Yesterday afternoon Civil Engmr I Merrttt A Co ...HOYT'S- : u-i Walking \ I
:: dealers. ; r.ronto. 1411. Adonis, to W 8 Key.er&: C .. .!; amplf Skirts: bl.irk and i i
'-il 1 ''r W. F. Lee completed tli" surrey i l l.rCmrri-tnitl: :t, Hunter. to order 0 col.irno two alike, value *!H I p ) :
I'.r (,'I III toll.:I'!*. Halt". to Gull Transit Co TWO GREATEST PLAYS, -
t I i'f tile now tvit.iin: ir.i;'iov">iieut and When you call for Schlih Am Oonnlij, l'i L".i I. Mo Donald, to Navy : ItIIIO.' ( peci-il |7 50. _' I ,

rn, I": ,' I, beer see that get it. drpartinvut! Gulf! Transit A Stranger In :New YorkA Moiitp Curio ('oat--La,he- t
n::id'-ii-return! to tips! ii> iy"r. The you 1 Am Kve'ya.: \ MilK to Co ?I.n) ; Mis750..
_. hr lr -brook. tie, Kerr, to 1'enaacolaLumber is
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Look at the cork and : .-IIIl'h Jackets our I"'ari..r.
see
place and| llllr' -.1'w"lk have hpin l o I'
I r 1'1, f. It :Mon iDi'llo, 7W+, 1-avati-IIl. to Gulf; ?1 !'S. (
.i",'' -raked: i 11.! .Hi I I1t'v,, wi: .it i lu_ ;: bT'ili thai .',.chZil : is brandedon Ir.-inilt ('<> Sl tLong > >" '"
I. A to Chinatown. i;- Coat -
} I i1 Kr I'alatnu'. l.t!. Ito to order Trip .
1 't it. .
Will h '
lr Silvt-rd!, 1711, Falls, toW ti Keyser |75() _
it : ,.. 1 L-idie RIlland q ;.. t'
!" ; t.. CoIr Halopia, l.>t->. Burgess toouUTrsnsit Sensational Prices ;n r -U. l 1
,, Co ,
\J .i Hr Sat Isle. 11 imter.to order '
;, Hr Haltwell an. U-'.... Hansom, tot& :N Ky Matinee: :2') and 3lle.Ni i .
PI Fali- Kr Wildrrott IflH, Mocktuzie, to W S ,{ht : 10. :!II. 30 and 60c. : I Linens. i ii I
: ; l I 1 Keysivr A Co NO HIGHER. I r I ,
:
snips. 'ToweU.. !'. 1-I It and :!Me each
I Nor America. .i5Ujlrtsen, to Pensacola I r
j Ui. 'fl' _... .. 1 Lumber CoNor I ,; TaMe Linpn.:. : i
"( fetamboul, 111.. Ilrrtbcums&en to order Monday: Night and Matinee: .. 'jj: .';.'>, ."I'and fiitcyird. .

JI4 BARK-S "A Stranger; in New York." : ] Napkii'*, ;!;j. 4", 65: and t Ibc do/ ; :

l $ :I' in Opening ': It ErtcnburRh. 1-jao. Marl, to order I. )
and Matinee
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Korecait-Fair cooler tonight: -
1 edni-sday fair: light northerly to north- WORLD'S LEADING REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
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._ i LARGEST. GRANDEST, BEST I i.t:\ .\COlJ\. I"IJOHW.\,
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; Temperature in Last 24 Hours: LN-DOOR EXHIBITION! Southwest Corner Palafox and Garden Streets.A .
', :,1 Women admire Beautiful! Hats for tli rlr beauty al..uand for the advantage Maximum. ... .._............ ................. kldegrees I a
' it : : ; they are to the toilet. '''e l'rondthat which i< pleading and Minimum .................. .... ....... ....... Tl degrees: The Name a Synonym In :. lnstrels for All). That H Great FEW VERY DESIRABLE: DWELLINGS, .< .< .c

t iii ; i becoming tii the wearer. If we haven't just the pattern you want we'll Temperature Elsewhere: $IOOOH FIRST I'AKT. U< .< v-< *'< .< .'* STORES AND OFFICES FOR i

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; ; )tu. JIli.Atlanta .
.... ...... ...... A BIG COMl'ANV COMEDIANS.including ----I II
......._._ .-i DO I on North Two stores connected by IH
Hloiiiurck . .... ... ...._4-l aiCbtcikgo !I Two large dw"lIIntli.story. iBajlen ..
modern oonvenlen1 -
SEE ............. .5e 84'Cincinnati itrect.with all of with brooms and kitchen v
COP AD .m.... ....._. ._..........Tu t>) AL. G. FIELD. 1' gas water and in residence portion I Government street, near 'larr.
i Galveston. ... .. .. ... ......._M 70 city, Ifw per annum. rent whole, or separately a.
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JOHN N. PHILLIPS
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1 (I'Huron ... .. ................. 4H 22 1! Large and comfortable dwelling, 2-story
AQ. i Jacksonville... .. .._..._ .... M iw DOC QUIGLEY. and water throughout large: lot. rental.
OUR NEW with
Pt Kansas city...... ..... ...............&i IH TOMMY DONNELLY, ; with outhouses gas located on tbe corner of .
Key West .. .. ..... ..... .............v* 8 w WM. MURRAY. La Kua street and its Ave., ttj per month. I The McGinn Building, ,r..,
Memphis ... ..... ..... .... .........73: 41 merit and Tarragona street-.
; FALL HATS Mobile ..._.......... _.?....-1 (w HAM: GOLDMAN, I A desirable one-story dwelling, con tarn-i I boarding house. Appl !',' ;i'..
Montgomery ........__......_ V:1 MSew TOMMY HYDE I'Inlt 7 rooms and bath ga and water
; ......'0'n throughout, south frontage: within eaiy I corner Bav' .. .
Sew York ... ..... .._. .....__..7J: Mavannah and other well known fun-makers. reach ot Belt and North Hill car lines. Will tentfencia Largestore-room.streets, IJo per month
They Shun What Ta>ty > ... .... .___..._ "3 K4 1 lease for$.:.10 per annum.
I | 61. Louis .. .... ........ ..___.-n ss: Famous Australian Facet Acrobat Family of i Two-story dwelling, containing S rooms, I II A few of lees on Palafox street *
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Triiniiiintr M e Do.FHLK'S. I near Melt Line,)' o. flu >. Barcelona street. "'flll !''n Building." and a large : a
Musical Mlgnanl ramily. I irl annum. I ante-room, suitable for meeting pu
Genuine Schlitz beer has Original Clipper Quartette. I \\1IIlea.e for L; per -

: : i the name branded on the Tropical Traversiiy, -
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"King of the Kilippinos. I will repair your watches dTh finest umbrpUa- "
a i''corkDon't accept sulstiItutes. BURT CL'LTKH'S MILITARY BAND. I jewelry In first-class style. J. I city is at J. I. tstept-ens'. Oat ', 0
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