The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 15, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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WASHINGTON! LETTER a'I'ty smart cloth coMume for her FACTS IN FELINES 1 spoke casually of something winch i f it
\ morning jaunts It is of a lightweightcloth '. NEW SHORT STORIES : had I CHOICE MISCELLANY j /I
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a small brown and white check, Iudleott.l .
,: rre';IonJf'nce.1 and the cloth clears the ground by at America has l.SOO women preachers. How Chamberlain Met Mix* age. ""How ion; ago did you say It A Momrnton. SDFPIP.Perhaps .t ; Q

,::1 l i ;greater number of least four inches. The jacket I Is a Th">re are 50uoO costermongers In When Joseph Chamberlain came on'l'to was? asked the prince. "I am bored," because elephant\ saeezesso ', i

:ii ilie capital tads Norfolk! 1lon"with the belt and i London. the United States, one of the .. J.'l'ts replied the lady. seldom or because: he sneezes so loud i !
.I I ,. plaits over the shoulder stitched In I There are 1.1'1.10 shoe factories In the of his visit was t-> find out wl..t Kind oriental fullare very superstitious ; !

n.' s represented here rows. :Miss l Koospvolt is partial to BIG I mud Slates.V of n girl Mi d' 'aiuitl 1 h ..
hI: !! : rations: Lewis! Nixon relates\ a of fondparent
story a
bats and fnijiuntlytnrs a tan colored petroleum oilfield has been discovered tnt \\ ift'. was. His son. Austin Chm: bear an elephant sneeze brings> good -
lues, are branchiug
; wuo) devoted much care and [
.' 'n independent iuar- straw trimmed with black ribbon ill Trinidad. bcrlain. had met her in Kurop': fellvery thought to teaching his the lutk. The I'.altimore !Herald gives nu '
young: son .
,i ,i minister, Manuel and feathers Canadian tl':1I1l'Yitb Croat I'.ritain much in l love with her and a: ked linliit of punctuality and promptness account of the effect produced by. the l'
scnonin.n. Las increased six millions
CAKL the
over past
w !111) came to Wash-, his father's; consent" to adisv! her. The father knows Thomas A. Edison Fnct/.e of Jumbo II. at the Maryland ,

with Mine. Calderoa jear.In The old gentleman wa somewhat clu and took his sun to call upon the great Industrial! exhibition:

i'lighter and made FACTS FROM FRANCE (the United! States more than $GO,- electrician.! Prior t.of t.
( ; ry of American wives for Laglish: gen to the leave takingthe I .IiimU.'s sneeze is like the bursting ,
.,, first and -- Ooj.OdO Is invested! in the waking' of fa tilt
I secretary tleinen.Difue! r askd Mr. Edison to give a
IM.lilt.r. and it created
Thin inodorous! preparations of a a fairly good I
ml, .Mrs. Ire Pezct at ( petroleum fertilizer. .. few words of advice to his! son, andltr. .
tar and tar oil are to Le used giving his! consent he co'u: lud- I i/"IIII.L': '. Tbe elephant began to pet :,
Massachusetts I aye lu the eleven states interested the Edisou replied! "My boy,
for hi. I IIi;,' the dust in the environs cf ed to meet the Lady iu person and inwstigate ren'y' f."i- the stn"' .'.e half an hour I..?- II
d by Secretary and industry W.imo acres are sown in I at the dock" i
Paris. ; herself and family. .\ night: jI flitIt 1It1'11I'11I'11, and as tit time fur I I
su'jiar beets. I
I leaded the home of -- ----
I I or two after his arrival !In this coiiiiirtliriv the event drew near Le was rolling d '
s:. wife of ItishopYiisetts As many of the Paris hospitals' ore The t+tal capital invested In railways ; HORSES AND HORSEMEN. I a:1! in hs; r.g.'. apparently in greatupiiy. y ;
ball the
was a il lUaish eiu
I ,i-s;. avenue, not up i<, modern requirements: it is nail canals In the iKiminion! of Suddenly -ioppvd, gave oubellow I ; t
proposed to pull them down and hnildnew bassy. I tan Darling of Chicago started the r
I < lijuariers wit! Canada i isUiN: ). : iuI then sneezed.The .
Ii The woud! : Mr. r.ndkittt. then Mr. Cleveland'ssecretaiy horses at the : I r' r
1 i uvian Minister ones. co!> Slo.000- There are hilt SliO.OOii: donkeys In the of wur. and hi> daughterwere / calla.<< recent meetings at look of ,p,'r't'1 1'l.'n\l'1II1I11'nt on \

|K>st here two ouo. Uritish !sh" :Spain and Portugal: have < the Mr. C'inuuiirlaic his face after the great event was In :

MI;Ii in little time in The French po office department between them ovir 2.."u4INXI. :iiiion : guests. J. ti>. Itelleau, Aurora, III., Las fold startling contrast to the terror seen on
particularly: turtle.d* a stately\ and :
I iltleron wai prt'Iause has excindeil mourning envelopes: from lu spite of hard times the value of beautiful; girlvl unaffected the gray I.IMIV Pr tuvnt| 2:1534, by tin, faces of the tli-rilix! pt lp1!('. Visitors,! I.
: \ .s. dignujgreatly :
v '! last spring.' the mails fur the reason that they can Florida, to John V. Palmer, Lacrosse, I
fa nil animals in Germany: Is increasingat plei.d I him. He asked to bepresented. to the <'\iH. itiou were running iu all i f
i i., putting on a IK. opened iihout much chance of detection. Wis. i i
.I"i s the rate of four millions a jear. To his! surprise and gratis, directions not knowing what avvft'l

i air under the di-co- The Moorish' government has grantedto cat lun he was introduced to Miss Kii- The stallion P.etterton, 8022.; by thing It was from which they were } h f

r > ample iiruportionsis The 1'igaro says there !is In Paris! a !-' ': a contract for the coining: of dicott. uring the entire evening he George Wilkps'ni: sold recently at racing away.Among ; i: I

alvvavs U-('ii. tie night school at which joung Trench $:>,lNMI.IIINl est rah of Moorish money. }bald her assiduous a attention. Tbl'lI,1t Ics Moines by :\. Bartholomew tu W. Mohammedans of the oriental 'f' I, I

,. t.I nibassy: in Washing- shop asMtants are taught I'iti.b manners An annual cyclopedia' for I'.HH: places day he called at her father's residence II. Halt of Rolfe. la.E. and Cingalese villages Jumbo's 0 !. f

.. trill not !I..' ready for and the art of peaking Trench the total gifts and bequests iu the lie soon lit'came satisfied to the social M. Allen! has shipped Dr. X., by sneeze caused will c];,ci t rm P nL They r I i

''';iI'i time yet, and it I II is like Englishmen.! United Slates last year at 10i. liO.t; lt1. status of the KndicotK! Ho finally Simmons! and another green pacer) to rushed to the cage and, bowing before I 1 i

I : HerlNTt will! remain A Paris milliner Las been sued for It Is seventy-three years since' the succumbed to the charm! of the fair Terre Haute to join the racing divisionof his elephantine hichness. began praying i y

> in New York until UlIW francs on the charge of extortion. first omnibus started running In Lon girl and Instead of S:1ll1'tillulllUS' Hudsop & Gatcomb's stable' nt a rapid rate. When they finished I I

.', Plaintiff! claims to have paid don. J'Cot the original vehicles re tins suit uddn ssed her himself, and Sherwood stock farm, Sheldon, la., they explained that an elephant's : I' ;. I I

::.!..:ador it I is ru- sneezes are of the rarest occurrence .
her 310,1 MJ francs in four years and main. presented a handsome young/ stepmother has sold the two-year-old stallion by i t

i a new home, but at that she once charged 100 francs forhewing One of the now bridces to be thrown Iu -read of a prospective nancee to Ramsey R., 27S.S3, dam Pearl (dam of and the event was one of great j i
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I. is known of the significance 1 to them. Elephants are r
ng on a button over the Seine is to be, built in two stories the waiting young lo't'r.uslilll'blIU- Lnvinia, _2S), by Ashland Patchen, to I

.1 As tho site i N wanted for a great underground with one set of arches resting on berlain! accepted the Inevitable and i is Robert Palmer, Britt la.Teddy susceptible to cold anti catch cold ('aR'I'i
liasiuulor Is expected ily, but it is \'1'1'1'1', )' rarely that they :
railway! station in Paris, It another. said; to be respectfully devoted to LU Hal a four-year-old win of

I in November, when Is stated that the famous markets One resrlt of Anslo-Japanese;; alliance stepmother-Philadelphia' Press. Drown Hal, can pace the threequartertrack sneeze.iImn.Ilotrrd. ------ I,

a will contribute to I known as the Ilalies! Centralcs are to will be the prevention of prohibition at Evvcll: \ farm in 2:15: or better In the Trrinnry.A r l

.-. social entertainments : he moved to the bank of the river Seine of .lapaiusc In Australia: once"Snuff Xot! Such a Pool nt lie I.noknl. Owner (:II'e
:e embassy on yfassaThe near the Pont Neuf. "u:c,stetL An KnglUhmnu tells th s story: ".0\ pests him to show at least 2:1: at ; Sl.'H'I'nlI'rbS ot the trea!'- r ;

Italian embas- i friend of milw1:11':1'\ 1 with Memphis. : i
: des Planches I Is; the 1 I'wnL: : name of a mysterious : young < ury department for pla.ving poker i anl

.: a"ion Mayor of their : THE FASHIONS. miladwhich has already caused the repair of telegraph wires in the Colonel I John D. Creighton! has decided indulging in other practices not consiMent '
new eiu-
ll.miiishire avenue, for- the deaths of many sheep in Cardigan rear of Lord Iots-rtas' army when theItoeiv to retire from the trotting hut,' with his views of the proper t. ,

nf Mrs. Phclw Hearst. TasLion Las decreed the extensiveuse shire, Wales.Ruscia wero particularly active on the business' and to that end will sell Ash- conduct of public officials be tutoredU r

'\u new titled attachesiiibassj of pendant and ball trimmings: this I is founding an independent line of communication had one or two laud Wilkes, 2.17k.: all his broodmares .s otln-e at an unusually early hour,

., count Vinccnzo season and a great variety i is cxhil- bisliupnc: in China, and the biithopeltft ) black '101I\ !t' sick and decided to asks I weanlings, yearlings and horsesin even for him. Richard Page of African V ) I
a Iaslllolle: \ ( who was In charge of! trlliuin :
ited. descent and I ot great dignity acquired
..' :fu and Count (:iiuseppea. of Chart-In and I'cLiug will be at '

,....: Representatives of Scams in slut effect remain the dstiu ; the head cf it. some hundreds of his tribesmen through his long connectionwith .

>' ;>null Amerinui cuuntrics !:ui>!iiiig note in inany of the new .\ silver cup. or nrgyl-''Robert Burns re'I' A HARROWING RIDE. the department as u messenger;: I ,1

\\ .,":.IIUgtoll and stttlod fort skins aid jackets and also: in the from Mary," hall mark, 17S1-brought; i -- was singing an old fashioned church f f f j. i
DlekeiiY' Trill by siueronfh' :: I'rotutrtrlilliil hymn, not thinking of course that
shirt waists. fie) 10 at Steven's auction : I I
smart >! rtrws n : -___ ;:- .
I .: < t< *uiiilnnLy.When "
-- the within the sound .
-<- = secretary was
', :t rte Home (iartlru ".rolled' The possibilities of velvet ribbon as London! ruenlly. "."" I
b-- Chales Dickens \ islh'tl.mer.- of hii; voletWliPti tile messenger .
:-V i'f-r.; the vtteran gari'cnerH for The biggest: meteorite ever seen has 'P'rJ-/, ._ I
onu'iicnlal feature hi\e won it -
: 'tWf.7 G '
4 I ion PI! 1 I'>IL': lie traveled by stagecoach turned and discovered that the cecretuiy -
l' .iti"> House, Las leu driven1'h the hih".1 In net, beta found at I'V'lleI'pe., in I'.nizil. ,
: !iiularUy; trimming : ; from Clftcli'tid! to! O. l> had heard him sinking, be was f
, ..I' (l.v riason of tlse new im- chitii.ii aud d liu'lit: woolens.i'rfiulev.'iii It is an Immense rock mass: bJ: feet ),.t ; :
"" \ .., {fto !hit !experience, he wrote: sore afraid and begged that his violation ;
':r. nit Te! rose garden on the lung and TO feet thick. : \
velvet cords are shown In I ".\1 nil thrown to-
'1 I -J tine tune v\ e were of do rules of the department t
'ii' nt the mansion has tori a wide assortment of colors and there The Kritish Lifeboat association Is 7 at 1 f t1 pi1' fJJ .... \s/,\ Ct'tli. r in a heap at the bottom of the wlueh prohibit the making of unusual (
-I i ,i-litj: viars been of tbe the establishment of ... "
one considering
H tin wore fashionable material for a '',\\,\ I\!: -J: r; I ,',>.i. h. at another we were crnsh- noises, should not result iu his imiue-' ft'lllurl'sot the grounds. wireless service around the coast, including ... \ Jf'O ; _', ,
walking or street costumes.lliu'iroidcry .\ .. !IliU ur hetd.iguinst: the I'II..f Now date: di,change:: ". t'\'t'r mind, Richard
.'. .liii.-- mistress, of the White !; the \ 'Ii / ... ,
and fancy slit"hes are lighthouses. .\,, \. { I the r< .ld'lS! I) II.g on the tails of the \, nevi-r wind:' consolingly! said the
:allot to the collection: and London Is Introducing water trough; -':\\\ .lt u\.i '.In 'Iris.intl navy it wai retiring
the inevitable mark of distinction on \ 0' .' i ; secretary. "I see nothing in the rules t

:'s li.-i\o been carefully everything from the dainty stock collar for thirsty horses at which the vv.Uircr.n \' \.- up 'in, !IIH! air. '1 he driver, who certaini of this department which prohibits' tliosmuiug f I
j t' l.uite.J with pride to I to the even daintier hose. be run off by touching a 1'l1.11Jut\ '1\ j \ \ -i t (,\.T. the ground in a manner of church livmns. If more of : I

I There is a wide assortment cf heavy ton and fresh water run in. I :If: \- .\\. .( \ ijii.i'' u, :: ,.n 'iloijs.: so tvvisttd and turutl that kind l of music were 1''IIIIt'rt't1ltt'rl', J

over 1,000 rosebushes In tcitiind; or "tueu iI1.h" goods, as they The territorial board of health of' i .b. ) ; I the 1. in in forcing :i 111l !SI: -.-' .-<>rkSITI we vvtiuld all get :inn:. bett,'r. You t r

'i. many of item rare are It'rwl'tl.! any of which Is appropriate Hawaii is to begin a series of expi'irncnts ..1jJ1: ';j\ ", \ J \\' i.i-h.Mii tlirough the IML'M and can sin;: hj inns., Richard in this build- I '; I
I the eastern colonnade 4 'I
for jacket and skirt suits. *. to determine the value of Xrays w ,cr r /, s\\ tips Hilt it was a common circuui- n-g is\ much as urn want to. but 1'Wl.tIIl.'r. '- ,
i beautiful spot and in the treatment of b'prosy.; I l In-iking out of the window -
ktiti"> e on : Richard that I want you to
The produce the effect
111'drop yokes
.s been obliged to re- For: giving Sunday performance at LJ.' ? r \ the coicnmin with the ends of a a
(Oft'r drooping shoulders and a ,. ,;;. A ..- I see sing only hymns when you sing at tall
:r collection. Many of Kilgoorlie:; ; of a play entitled 'L'arabhas" ... ::: ';'i- pair of reinin his hands apparently ." I I
I\\ in of the newest mod-
are n many .t //f/.4. J .. -
-lies died after trans- ,
a theatrical manager: has been [ "" '/ '. II driving hut hill;!. and the leaders staring -- -
cN with the juke of Hover Lice extending y, s .
t is if a pot the tll'crc's-lIe1neator.! fined SsW by the supreme court of 7 ) / .. unexpectedly at one from the backof .* >ew sport rol' W'onirn. I

table for their I:1'Owth'l over Western Australia.The / "I the roach: HS if they had some idea "Jliiiiunering" Is an unpleasant process '

;.. .nts are now at the lower class of the Japanese employ ::7' /-L. / of ceiling! up In'hind. on the Stuck Kxchange: but ill Australia :) P..
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,:"IIS and at the agri- RAMBLES IN RUSSIA.! : ., I ,
hardly any other material than .,'" /. A /', "A great jiortion of the way wag over the word! has recently acquired :t '{
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t nt.t paper for their clothing. Where wagesare I ..1/ I what Is called 'corduroy road,' whichis I new :! III. ui"rc ugretabje! signUlianc7"At ; j II'I
', collection of palms A Russian journal runs a daily column L .\\ l' 'IF'U 1aS",. trunks of treesinto I'IilltJt bazars hm lianiuieriiig"
exceedingly; lo'I th Is an impossible I made by throwing a!' | an : I It
I1 Las whVb: Is alleged to be edited by
conservatory extravagance.lleorsia pail'ill;; the pennanciit wa}' to ,1IJ1I,1| !_v a marsh and leaving them to set n i ro'.I. The! new an inviMbJe assistant" from the other "
ITt't'IIhe : i is the poach state of the others The 1'asuio. with a lniI.Mv.ickh.t tie tbne. The very slightest of the \\ \1"1 t ,,11' for the ("laI't| .titi'in go on a I
\ .11 I erected at tbe
Union. Laving: .ie.ilJmo: > peach bearing: : on his head" was sitting: \nth his jolts with which the ponderous carriage (ilatfiirm wiih hammers iti llitir hands. : ,I''

'' i, i-iid of the grounds The famines in the interior of Russia tms. Next is Maryland, with 4.01.V bin-', tig.uiist, the corner of a tni'ksiii'iKii I fell from lug to log! was enough, is Mippliid with u piece"of tie" i'

eninnioclation for all are coincident with a det-lme in the IIII i; then New Jersey, with .,iOOOOIJ, ;; a short pipe. To him oar engineer. It seemed It, have dislocated: all tbe hard Australian timber largely used :t..

; i'. ac,> so they will be humidity due In great measure to the and I>ela\ ware w lib L'.400,0oo. '|11t'lkilig't'r loud and clear bones in the human body. It would be fr (lie paving of I iiidoii Mrt'ts. Each I !

Hues In the differenti Ie-truction of forests.Ihiring in wouls of : We- similar Ht lady is alas presi-nted! with three nails,
The Japanese eat more fish than any one syllable, said Impossible to experience a 'I

ngs; until suitable M.SIpiaguine's thirty months' other people in the w l'lJ.'ith them 'Iaut-Iwo-buys-telegraphers,' nt the of sensations in any other circumstances and at a give II signal they start tit .i I

t rested near the tenure of the office of minister of the meat eating is a foreign innovation, Biiim time holding up\ two lingers andpolatng unless perhaps In attemptingto work. Tie lady who is the first! to ,:

interior in Russia I' J"MI persons were I confined! to the rich or, rather, to those with tile other hand to certain go up to the top of :St.: Paul's iu an drive tier tllI'I nails home to the head .1 1

I"feist or says' form exiled from the chief cities. rich people who prefer It to tbe nation "boys' near. The iSasuto swell omnibus.) wins ilk 1 I rut'. !Says one descriptive: 1,

11dlections in the luring the year K: ol the Russian I al it't. took his pipe out of his mouth und This description! serves to illustratethe reporter: "SteI sparks and Fplintersflew ,, ;1 ,

1 ... -:"Zt'u if them havelenaiy minister of domains and agriculture slowly repeated! the request, '\011- condition of oar country roads generally around The nails would go anywhere I ; ,
If all the! land planted in corn in the
and forty or sold only 41/< per cent of the quantityof want-two-boys, 11111'0: our engineer speaking: n* they were half a but through the wooiL Th' '
United States this i massed
)"l'arl're \
passed seventy-five forest trees authorized by law. friend said: it all over asrain.Ihe : century ago except in n few wealthy !hammers would go anywhere but on t :
the would exceed the liritisb
:r.'d I the change of I I. area "
t Three inch quick firing guns' of the lli.uto: without changing: his ex- communities. There has been a won- the nail h atls. />ndou Chronicle. I ;
? these' i isles" Holland and Belgium combined I
tropical i'ets.expressel newest patterns are to be H'rn..l out foiir-nfths piessioii in the least, replied In incisive derful change since then.
to the Russian aitlllcry in eastern Silx and rapid pnrliameutury Kiit-'likh: '1on't The Orean Trip. t

1 'it thi'se palms and 'rii at an estimated cost of over Uuow how far my Instructions 3flpicatSouth African Store Half an hour or sij appears to be an !
-Lola> shall be ill The old grist! mill nt Port Jefferson! I
kept ?2uOOlHlO. authorize me to detach two boys from O. H Larson of Hay Villa, ;lIn' important saving in time in the oceauvoyage. ;
.-v, but the architects' N" Y., which was built before the Revolution
the repair of the permanent, way to Columbus and Cabot and i : 1
Seventy-seven Russian oflicers! Lave days River, Cape Colony, conduct .
-'ii'h : Son1 by Richard Mott and is' said to
: 'I. ) been charged! with accepting bribes for be the oldest:: structure on the island Is os ist you in the telegraph depart a story typical of South Africa, at Drake would not have thought much ; !11 11of
pi-teed iu the
the lobby granting Immunity to conscripts possessed being torn down because it Is unsafe. ment. However, 1 will stretch n IIIJ l't which can be purchased anything It, but in these days of ship speeding; 1 i I

it fine euileetionuruerially of sufficient! means to purchase and do my (best to accommodate .ou.' from the proverbial "needle to an every captain of a liner Is ambitious( to ,I t

to all thew their freedom by the payment of black The building was t'1'l'ctftlln 1771. anchor." This !tore is situated in a maintain his record aixl to beat: It Ifpossible. ,1
,|II| be I absent! from Sidney Smith described the Orni-! valley nine miles from the nearest
mail. Why Mr. llr.Ij- Was Tire.l. Again! there are people even :1 t
:.ts. thorhynchus paradosus as a quadruped railway station and about twenty-
One day toward the tlose of a long in this nge of hurry and bustle to i ij h
'01 II,.. RrhUh na large as a cat, with the eyes, five miles from the nearest town. I' i t : +
IuihngNr.: THE ST. LOUIS FAIR. sitting in the assize courts, when another whom the ocean trip l Is In Itself aa ;, I
Mr. Larson lll am favored
: '.' color and skin of a mole and the bill says : j
i-r jiivers: ,
always a case was call"d on. says Pear with the custom of farmers withina agreeable incident. The society is generally .
and feet of a duck, an eccentric kind : I
1' ''p:tal, where dinners The camping! ground for civic and son's Weekly I the leading counsel rose radius of thirty miles, to many of pleasant, there tire Interesting I I Ii
of bird! bitten with the ambition of being
'. tn < as well as III soueikd military organizations at the world's and huskily requested that the cause whom I have supplied Chamber sights on the deep, the fare U as good ; II IIns II t

this winter by fair has been laid out to accommodate a quadruped. might be postjioued till the next morn lain's remedies. All testify to their that of a first class hotel seasickness 1; I

r, ".-'isy! new llalnt'S. Lm-: 10.000 to 12,000 men. There were 1.071 strikes during 1001 III;;. "On what groiJl1<1':" asked the value in a household where a doc has become unfashionable, there 'I I

> a noted Auiphitrjdinners '- All and watering work for the in Germany: Involving 141.23) persons, Judge! snappishly. "Me lud 1 have tor's advice j is almost out of the Is plenty of reading! matter nnd no disposition I >

'!' : when Le was world's lagoon fair Is to be completed this as against; 1,4(52 strikes of :208,819 persons been arguing a case all day In court IJ question. Within one mile of my to look at It, anti the trip is In I
t. i'tiia! >sy here were fa- In 1000. In 200 cases in 1001: the anti am completely exhausted:' "Verywell. store the population is perhaps six- short a restful loaf till the ship is within ; .
fall Macadam roads built
,1 i "iceucss of the are being strikes were successful, !la 285; casesthey ty. Of these, within the past twelve range of the wireless and ; \ .
tueuu throughout the grounds so that bad said the judge "We'll take the months less than fourteen have telegraph 1
tMte and tie rare tate were partially successful, and In no the meddling world t : 1 1l'
next. Timothy! Henl.r K. C. M. P. resumes Its chat
weather shall not delay work.A been absolutely cured by Chamber !
't:: ,' the :571: cases they failed.
guerts.S'hlle rose and also: pleaded for adjournment. lain's Cough Remedy. This; must ter.-Brooklyn Eagle., I '
of 500 by 700 feet has been f '
'd to the space Islands of the
The Patagonia
embassy,; in numerous "What! Are you exhausted, too?" said surely be a record" For sale by all : !
Trench for The
to government
!' to his fame In archipelago covered with one great virtue of Bornett'iVanilla I I ,
this are evergreen dealers.
re- the judge with and medicine
a snap of the eyelids.! druggists ,
II '- looked its building. The building Is to be areprutluction Extract Is '. I
upon ab one of forests capable of supplying "What have been doing?" ''Me purity. It is rea + t I{

"iplMiod' dinner givers of the famous and beautiful immense quantities'of valuable timber Iud," said the you Irish wit lu a wearied Cleaning ladies skirts and waists vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla ;

'. !pioaiatic! corps' at the Petit-Trianon-at-Ycrsaill; while the mountain ranges, being voice. "I have been listening: fo my is one of on.r specialties 'Btar:! Laun extract. (Always use Jur- ". 1 i{ 'L

'l I! That he will maintain of the same geological formation ns learned brother." nctt't ) I
For Over Sixty Tears:
!a' has established w hen those of Chile and Peru, are probablyrich dry.OYSTERS
> in Washing-:: In mineral resources. Save ''I\ by buying
I be been!' !' used tor over sixty years by millions : A Qoeition That Bored Igor iii\Y
doubted and the dIn. The of American shoes, Is ..b urni-
!latish:: mothers!' for their children while teething, j I exporting L'ng; Edward :.VII. when Prince of your

!u-ature embassy of the social this wine with pertect success. It soothes!' the child, of comparatively recent gro\\ :'1. In Wal was ConveraiUjj v, .tli: a :pretty Fine oyetrs ,day Trv tt.' m.I ture athla / .-fon $ Qtt ina's

sea softens the gamsallays paincares wind I 1S05: this country exported only ;1.- woman at an entertainment some. rars I .:, / \ I'Oi'l'.JThe : Great Fur lure '

n'phe, colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea 000.000 worth of boots and shoes but ago. "Be sure to tell me if I bore j< :i." Empo- i

elt's !Street Coitnme. I will relieve!' the poor little sufferer 1m- for the fiscal year 1001 it sent abroad. Bald the prince, and the lady loyally finest line of sterling silvti rium. !

w. MS worn by Miss Alice mediately. Bold by Druggists in every part $3,500,000 worth of boots and shoes, replied that It was her pleasure to be goods and silver novelties is to be i 4-

utractins much attenl'fe.Jentjs of Be the sure world yon ask Twenty.tor "M live n.Winslow's cents a Sooth bottle and England and her colonies took told when she was to go. They talked found at J. I. Btepbens':! Prices to I Foiey's Kjney Cure

J! daughter yveari tog syrup and take no other kind. 14,400,000_ ._ ..\..ooh of_this _totaL._ -, Qtiwpj. .fop) .minutes! ., and tGgy please all makes kidneys and bladder fght? i j t t4
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Splendid aprc.. of a California Whr Old I ncle Llcr I'ft Ihe \\ .It..I.I .
UN Wife.One {
Cabin la
\\omaa In Flarlcallnre.Mrs. 1t; "
The Catarrh 1 vrith antiseptic and -
wii.tir ia: tIt' uountr-: bIt--1t.o d.a.ctnn.tnl .
Th" Mlosia Burr Shepherd ofVentura. ,.. ,. .. \\ .,..; ". I"{;' .'. !:.lh.... J1lcdle"'ltt.j 'baeCO! .: .:' '
North Carolina I met old: Ligi- -
Cal.. has for twenty years and cigarettes! or :::r.y external or !Ifval application! i is '!;. _<;, )
lived life: unceasingly uivento a f.i '!iar chiu-acti-r of tho-e i. ... .
Bud more a fire .. r-
as ; would be
just sens ?%! as kiadlin-j a on tup of ..
truu;::: g toward towa with a I..K. :
the unfuldinc and evolution of floral \ !
I the pot lj it Trcc. these give temporary
: h.morning. .-:
tlid in a re-l bandanna slung 0I'
puna life adding viuor aud gracethe d relief f'..'.-:': .= .nd pa"3 cs of the head and the
older I.VIK.-S and pti lucing yet Ota IitOl'i'l :- u..h.IS."GOI" .
bronchial tubvs! fill ain with
soon up a mucus.
\ ; Uncle I.ige I s- :.!.
charms in foliage and fraoTauc-e and
cold is Catarrh for
Taking the first step towards it
$ "
shades of color in her lit''rpltion-:. Mawuiu', tii>sy, he rlllietl. t. -'C:
checks perspiration, aud the poisonous acids and
his hat from his kinked white crow n."Are _
Au--us Hall, a forceful Iowa lawyerand
which should off the skin
vapors through are
j ou going awayV I asked."Yessum. .-
cousressni.'in; afterward chief Jutife }
if thrown b::ck th*> membrane inner "
upon tuuc Le ar.swen-d : .
of Nebraska! was the father i.fMrs. "yey.-a ..
producin.infiammatic..n: and excessive flow of mucus, "'
"Vi'Uere'fi Aunt HootieV Is bhe
SLpherd.: Her mother she IOMwhen i.uii.g much of which is a'-sorbed .
The Human into the blood and throuch: tl- r-
Lottery t-ut three years of a:;e. Her fatlier toor"Xome reaches of the the
every part sjbtto, involving Stomach. Ki' : -
uauaed! Theodos-ia: Burr because ; she nln't"In( wif me. 1ain't '
"AH. if only I were beautiful her I of the b< .>.y. V.'her. the disease assumes the dry f.!;.> t
no fittin1 curup'ny fer wt'oI'I'U
of admiration of the domestic f'liSS
how happy lift* -would be." nolio,.." becomes exceedingly; foul. Llimling headaches are frwmtit. t'.s. ,
heroine of the Revolution! whose filial I
Many forlorn majil tas saM this as she I "Why, what's the matttrt- asked. hearin? a ected and a constant ringing in the cars. No r .::k'-! :

looted into the mirror. It is the one j>osesskm devn won the admiration of tliet t Gannon, Sec'y Detroit I amazed. "I always thought not reacL the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. S. S. <-\j-: ;. ..

in the of human life whici whole country In spite of the unpatriTnroix.siA circulation all offensive and .
lottery Amateur Art Association, tells I was the best wife in the world." matter when r '

woman would not refuse. blood is again coursing through tI.} l
"YesssUin tL1.t''hut. she 'is.
young women what to do toll'oid I ; t-horeiy:
mucous membranes become heailhv! .,
: But a pore, mis'ble sinuah laik IMC:, \
BRADFIELD'6Female pain and suffering caused | active all the ..
kain't Man' BO much goodut-ss. I':;, disagreeable, painful s\- ;

Regulator i by female troubles I woman nevah did know de jiower pear aaJ a permanent, thorough cur- :

.. I can conscientiously recommend I sin, an' de parson' LUself! kaiu't < "' : .. S. S. S. bein a strictly vegetable blood purifier does n .! .!

for young: pirls on the threshold of womanI'I Lydii: I:. IMnkliamV Vegetable up to huh for preachiu'. lit hull c..i.ii: Stomach and digestion, but the appetite and general health: r r .

tood is invaluable.Vh eIl they become C'oillttolind to those of I under its tonic effects. Write about and
my sisters [ shines wit glory, but wt.-I ain't ui't'l::: us 3'our case pet t'., : -: :
pale an an I but black
Lead, feet and hands cold, tppetite: gone the troubles which so often befallwomen. j a spot.

or abnormal, obstructed periods and painful I surfered for months with I "Why Uncle, you cannot leave THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ca.

!.' men-ses and their systems pentTallj jreneral weakness and felt so weary I your wife because she's ::vn.}." I said. -

run down, ibey need a tonic, building uj that I had hard work to keep up. I 'j "That would be a ttraii'e cause for
and their blood cleansed. I' TIME TABLE.
had shootmjr: pains and was utterly I divorce.

Bradfitld's l-'emale Rix' lator for women miserable. Jn mv distress I was ndrised i "I>eys lots cf utn does It, missy., 1

is particularly valuable! ai.d useful owing to !!<* Lyilia I:. 1'inkliain'** I' alu't JQ !fj.K'tion" to huh beiu' aooil. LOUISVIr..LE .AND NA HVILL'E RAILE.' '. ....
to its tonic propertits and as a rejpilatoicf '
Vt'cctalile ( mJloltlul. and it was EFncr \'E\llEI 1. 1\a1
rsenstruil Painful obstruct' but when auyUidy gits so good
| a red letter day t<. me when I took the
cd and suppressed menstruation ispcrmarently first dose for at that time my restoration
relieved and all diseasespeculiai: I what dey wants is a cabia to dereselves. --- -- -- --- -----
j lietfaa. In six weeks I was a
I i
to her genital organs are cured by it.: | ehanjred woman, perfectly well in .." Xo... "0." '00.1. No.8.

IiejuUtorcenr! >>theconplexionbrightens j I The "black spot" moved down the > 1:14 1tI'i: m 11:05 11 I eave .... Pr-nul'ola ..... rrye I ,it() a .
I felt elated
the sh.inx.-n5! the removes 'verv respect. so and 8:1a\ ;!::?'I II 1111 a L 'aTe ... 1'IO"IlItOD ..... I..aye 2;:.' "
eye, appetIte, : happy that; 1 want all women whoMiff.T sun fiecked road o-<. 1'1 '.'iifr l-ln-kir- 11:00 ::.':! 1) ;!:i\S a L aV'L._. ub'l., ... Lt an.1I
nm'My! b'tchcd! conditions oi : ... .... II 7s) ... ... LfoJl\ -
Lav" liI "
t<> tret well ns I did. Miss spots that waited: for Lim in tic village. P. IIrl" :. _" r
the skin and cure* sick: headache once. I' 'Jrit.A .IIAXNMS, ?">'.' ..lons >t. Detroit.rorresponilinsj1 I
Ixittle. )11" nt-Ki: SHEPHEED.otic I or1b.So. .
Of dri''u'ists at $i.t pt-r I' Sec'v. Midi. Amateur i

.. Perfect Health for Women" can (-.Ir( .'f of UII' fathi-r. .lud:.::e Hall .\rt ,\ ", ,,'iation. ,
-s ooo forft if" '1i",1 of .
be had free l-y sending us your was a f nd tloui-r lo\.r and led hisd.inuhfT above letter(raving geru'nrwi cannut be,reduced. I! :!. :J. t. ''1. I11:03p

THE 8RACFIELD REGULATOR CO.. adJrt:5S'j their i.itnre and ];ol..y and Pi.IUIon.Simple m I :,.j p m L I\T" P"1''l'nla ...Arrl".. .:..,. 1Il > '-
to study ;
It H df'uh'lImtl in tliN I ,iiipi.| ,e tbe correct way to / .1U .iijD IUrr.v.. .. .. "ont "III..ry ..LaaT" U ; .. ,
:love them as he did.: Her school winitciii ;younirlrtiljN let: for tliat l.> iliu I!. .; 1l'iI a m :',., 11 rn rr'\- .. II,' ml'a.'n .. I." ".. :.; 1',
::Oil :!;u j I. --a \ to to in with a 1 bar- .
rei--i\od at Iluth I'iiikiain' 1'" Pill :!:I'' .. m I \rrIUt1"l: :," .. L..v.
; u.-> Bryan's > Vtable; Coinpvmt '
E'rl.. UJII l lie \\ I 1 r-i III'm.' el ::;J" m -.1 a m .\ rri"" .. L .", \11:" .... L".H' P : ', I' '
inlfili.City M-iuli. .r;. in n.T.Iia., N. V. The dream 'will Mii-ely fiir" tlio M'llorinjrwof 1: a m 1I:5 t a m .\cr'H' no.1 .1.\.. ,f '." P .
; \V\-( -It i < not <:o mwli 1m0111'
I B i'I I...j'" yn-.jr >iuy in our j uoiiien and M lien one considers I I.j'pm IV" ." I.n.n. .111" ':1' ,. .
"f !h' r ';irlluMKl/ \\:1": of a con" ertatory"ail ; j I' -. : ...: .! !: _
City will:! I".t he siioit.: :Mr. IkStiMiw.. I cr .jwn." and her frail Ueiltli induced 'that 3INs ( tannon'i* letter N Tily ,, etM's i I". bit howde: eome o'H. Come PEN ..ACOLA AND RIV'ER JUNCi'li.... .

Mr. II..} ScifiHiiniiiilrtr her to cuu.e after her marriage ,
..: "'s' unioiii-Thiiik you. but yrvm virtue of Mr-. I'iukham's rnedi- |, may be cure ;;"'1 nre a "1lr.:1'1'11111t11i.| No. 1-lally So. 1S-1)&J1y No stop wb..r t.m.. nol.l.oown So. :1-1. )..:- '
to (, .tJf'.l!: rnii.l Her !iu lay h'j.'iirn' ujus lie liri f. I am hon* home for tli-m in Ventura where her cine must be admitted bv all. tidI\l.-BullfO1 Tr nsript.' 'llM----- 1: a m .Lt'aP"U a"OI..Arrlv,,' ;

12:5 nlht .. ..... ..... .. .. ..
ctti'iiiliii! ;.' tijp ornitli'il'. 'ii-jil <'ouv<>ntiun 7IJ' Jol..mla I 111: 7
dream l'Jii% been more than real- -- --- Coins Iifr One llttttr. 12:20" 7:111 ,. .... Ynlra ....... 1 I. '14 ..

at tilE' of Xntural Historyandth i/i'd. self t'tirp'tfnlmeither where !beaut tIJ": 7:18 .. _....:scamol& .... .. 1, II:! ..
f "t'-jt will soon I* OV"T.Vli..t I : ; Cora-The 'deal: Jiick couldn't get me lj: 1t5: II ......._. )lullll ... .... III"12:11I" :
on the land purchased for her by her exists! ,.r due* :ua I'X..I. if be" wanted tIl.,. 1:211: .. ... .....Hllr1l .... ..... .. 1':21"12.fO" :
\ kind: of a convention did you husband Mrs. Shepherd U-pin the cultivntion A famous state uian on bein asked 7;. .. ........ G"lt .'It,. ......... .. 1 :16 "
eayV" I I"Orllitbololcaluhout > ? I.'nt-Ile couldn't pet me even If tej 12:511 II 7:11II .... .... 11:11011 .. II IIJIO II1:1JJ
of flowers in a scientific way, what he
: birds you crailu.illy, \ broadening out until she wad texchanging l>enuty in women replied. "'1 b(' woi!i 1:55" ":15 I... .... ... Holts.... ._ ., la ,
I ..
know. 2 .. ........ IJlhKan ....._ t.t.! .
> : ; ::: California plants, seaweeds cinn who is --autiful and does nt j 2: .. I 'I:3i! j" ..... ('r..t"lew ........ 11:11" .
"OI. 'I'!;. s. Tjuw stupid of Ibe W.irht l-'orin. I
y me and j I 1:00 .5e II ... ..1) Land ..__ .
curium wiiu eastern and Luropean: 1 1tlorists k.o'It and t!..> homely woman who | I el'r :311
I>o yon think tLt-y will be worn mtifh 13 I fIiO II .. .. Mo' y lIelll1...... 8.J"
in furtherance of her desire and bearing :Multitude: are sin in'-'the es .,
to by her ;nti.ilizece. craceful prai (:01 1oS5" .l'f'Jo'uDiak prtl1l11.. 8:111" ,

lJ'xt !'t.'us'.n add ail the beautiful things obtainable i makes you fornet It." I of Kodol, the new discovery which 6:18 .. ; IIU II II ...... .... Argyll! ....._ 7U II
i making ick people well 6:(() 11.1.7' ...Ponott do> Lt.cin... 'l:, ..
? so ?
to her j-Toups; of jrarden: trt' sUI'l'J. SLe Life is too short to be constantly reprettlns I many [ CJO to : 1010' II .. .. Wft"IIIQ ...._. .. '1:17"tJiI
"... weik N.
'n 111' ,. was aided in her daily task by the f the lack of some type of form j jor and people !tronp by digestingj : I 10:15' .. ..... ('ar1Tllle ........ 7:1 .
Wealthy Ann-rlcMii! I'uther-In-latr :j what they eat, by cleansing and IUN .. :. .. -.-... nonlra1......_.. .. fIIIi ,. -
:'fIII find cnuiit. lid not tell the ready help of htT children a son and face we do not possess. The sishlns: i sweetening the stomach and by ,! 11:00 II 107" ... __. .. f blple, .. ._ 8:111" .
you rae three daughters. She soon established! 1 1a for gray eyes when we have blue and food t:11I) ,11'' ..Cllnondlle: ..__ 11:18" .. C -.
their into the
full Mtrnt of your debts. transforming 7.,"' '' 11.:4": .. ....... !o.r.r.D.. .._.._ dOO" .
good business and in a few years I Igained longlns; for black tresses when ours kind of pure rich, red blood! that'' .. ,. .. .
Count HIiyIon de Ilkkm'iS:1pk-\nd 1:110 I n;4 .... .1.1'1'.4. ......... Ii\!!! i ,
au honorable name as a flower nre ;:01!dcu will Hilly bring wrinkles make* you feel good all over. :Mr. 1:4) oJ i '; ::i! .. ....Uranl K.dgll._ :'t1"1M
you did not tll mo. <:aro. zc full extent ,. .. ... ...... "
evolutionist of great. ability. The houi and ,!'", 'onh'lIt. thereby tnakiiiL:: ot'.frs I Iutili.ii Crarfi'l. ofTro: f. T., wri e" : For ., 11. noo. ...:"pr'15. ... ;c!
I .
of m.-tdfinoift-ll : 111 .I\'' { \LdIOD 5:1
8 ttiupare.Trlbuut Cbitilgo or of iK'in: the ulonew tlorit of southi i : Uui liui'O- are: wa"ys :iiud a nunibtr of jear- I was. troubled

?. toM California belongs: to her. i iUev'ni means provided Urtli l h y nature, estr-: ] with ipdi;?.. ti-in and dyspppi.iI ; ----- --- -

>ii.s are Mrs. favorHv I which ;grew into th" wor-t f >rm.
\Vlifrrr.. ... Shepherd's\ s-i-i' j.nd illM-Miline: whi-rt-by we cauwnn
rnry Ut-qr..r..1. J j Finailv I wi* induced to ui0 1\.d..1'
flowers! '
tncniy-ouc !i-rful! cradif-ate and'a. < ilul.ltJn'.
> |
"' 1.\ dues irinuiKT I
li.iinit llif IIbrt and after uitig four h -Ule* I am en
rI!,',' I I tn! !!> of th:<: |"" autiftil plant now stand cli.Hin! many uf the uniianpy ccuiliVrll i
: tirely cured. I hesi'tily 'poinn."i" 1 tl
to her credit! "some of them man ,,:N 1 1of I.S ..t Iife.-I'; | :
"IU" i-.vritiric:: a liistoriral novel.! 1\0d.IICl all! -uilt-r* fr<>ni indig"-t'i'i:

"Oil! I.onkhiK up tire hh'-irii-M! tai-ts. ttcauty audi ittr. her Mariorie 1.1.1 II' and rty-pf-pria. 1-ike a doe af i

10 lu-V ranl.iu! ;: as a \\ !lwl..r in Hie: floral \ Coadat't..d tJou..lwl.J. ''meals. It digestwhut yrn (.."

"N'>: tin-! I'OI'Iulllt.-f'I\'lamll'llln: world while her new tree begonias:: sis On tind />r of tlw linen china glas* Hargi i" I'harrnacy John rjlipirdidu "

I'ealtr.P.iinilru'. I I to ten feet uij.ll c\cn the Ici'.ves of j and !sljvi: r do;<. ts should be phic.-d ali v K.tdn.If UnHI UV r .

__ i. which smn to be illuminated! with I Ij >t of th.'ir! c./uttiit.s. When nt-.v articles j n _ 'v W NU i\I .I".o'" :

t' .. ." .1!:.. 'Imth <->nl- |j I riiiuit! : colors command like aduiini-i are added a reci rd should be ;;:t (..,.. ,," '.. 1\1
1 tio.l.! want a good Bcd- ''P' >I:
m..d"! und done when you 'Aj
| ; same tUoy
I\t's n M;; i iit 'J! if?, i.'iiyi.ty:I darS ;

,,'h..11 ti"! lltcbt gv" III it -I H ithii!
1\t'\\ ; : has re.snlted !n the viant flowI I lists should I..' k pt in the hotis-wife's! bnbl/i go to Marxian S f

erd Sunii: ;, lla- giant Moonlight! and i own hotiM I I..". which hnld c
NEVER ASK ADVICE. I .Viprice, boiijiht by William Atlee Bari i in addition redpeji for cleanint silver, j jUKridiiis Quint's. : f C,/r'f' ,

\\111'11 pee, the //r at Thiladelpliia florist wh'i.itl,1 ,) ; : c-iir.a m-.d, doing other' u.-efu! '.It'.. I 1, .
VMI have: a ruuxh or ci ld :j : I
I \ her place! and made generous i imunition thhiu*. '
don't k i j. ;
a w ut sr'''d for it and eti

.1.11)" ui'-iiicine with littltDI no merit ; of her work in his cataojue Oncv a it.-r tt!; > etlicient housckeep :, CURES WEAOENIFREE.i : .

and perl! :ap* dan; erouA'k for''! : for HHiO. She has also other i er will take' st-ick of !her bel-jnging1-1 .J IJ.i. .
Foley'-,"!,,)' and Tar, the greatest I! Marvels! in aasturtinms. Her new ere- ;and will; re;>l--e missing china and j I LIGHT YOUR HOUSE WITH GAS I -.'.-t.? .--2.. ..=.. ,

throat and lun:{ reniody, it curea' atio'is in geraniums number i !. Ii \e and a Happy Heine: Ij
twenty- lhw'!i. HIT maids will s wn come touud'r.tat'l j

cough and ciilds quickly. \\'. A. i I t'o'ir. in chrysanthemum* twelve, in i t'i' it iiotliins altout the house- l.r All i iI

D'Aleinoerte. li'l: :1'alafox street. ,,"ptl.| '< three, one of which cannot I loe hold es.-iii-] tn! intention cf iis mi j| How nny man may juickl cure himself >lTl' 11 JoY 1HK I'I-\t: M\ i I Scientifically Distilled.

I ileserilied without seeming exaggeration. tr ---sir j i- ti.i stiiiill for her to tI/l i| afler yir of -utrl'nn>; frum snual weakI ,
.,. (; v*. ("UII'Y.:' .
I ln
nfss. i vitHlui. niHhl lox varirocrle. Naturally Aged.
Illuh thnir.If .-I.os Angeles Herald. | note of. iind in ;in..' tlw (,establi.-hmi ,:; etc.. and enlarge mall nt-ak orals to full I

will move in a* wi-ll oiled grooves ns i siz" and \ lfr. Mmply ',. an ordinary dinins chair needs toe i aud a'lori'-s Hr. Knapp Mfdical Co.. K>> Absolutely Pure.ItfM .
.,.. .1" II made higher; to iHvomuiodate a The &Lln nnil IA alt4". a well conducted mercantile concern. :{ Hull liuiiilnm.: Iietroit Midi., and they LI i ility and wlim oriou insrall-d thtrtis i

There is no reason whatever why a II I[ will gladly! s"'Hlln.> re. eipt with fulldircc- ; Ami halt-Hi t. >i :ni, i .
: than that!
no morA fur
"mall child, try an exii-dk-nt that h I tiyns so that any niaa iunj fiisiiv curhim- cxpeiire % ig

i' nlu\II..t equal to liavini; ruliUr lft< jrc-id skin sliould not tit. retained until : C 4"rC'l..p For Ihe X..rk.To I, s..U al home. Ibii i opriainly a most EPD ('o:.-umed. Our "f rvice iof tit! F..r I./

well into middle 0;:(>. The rt'n..n it is de-whip the cck the tin-t ; 'eroH" ..Tf..r.aDd Ib..ldlo"\D>!"lInc:-> taki n
allll K a vist iinl'ro\eiuelit on Usill! ;: movej';l from tli'-lrUf.lly mailsbuw wliat men tbmk t sighe tlT.cieiicy, and always like i
not is because few women realize theeilicacy merit c.iisi-ts in ..1110in the! head Dannheisser BrosCHOICEST
; : !: to i idrop of their gent-ro'-ity.
the tlirtionary. This is simply to ni'enr 1iriht- rl'lbbl". IDotnpauon
pro- thoroanly !
of arresting the l1:1turnllr\'t'Ss g< istly: iinin ihe breast afar! | h .ri.-l'i.-a.< accept my sincere ,
._; euro four of the glass insulators snt-h thank fur of dte. I have
recent .
I yours c with other mttlvilli ) "f!
'j of d.-cay by artiiicial means, rather i I
or. fonv.ird! :'M itYiII without straining. Kivrn; your treHiment A lliurounti te-t and
tV >, as are 111'(>.1"11 telegraph [mles and t.ti of counteracting the withering effect :Next 1':1.tile li.-ad and throw It IH I I; Ibv bpiu-nt hns ben extraordinary. It bns I .,;htin;, tho cn<
the chair: Ic:;s into them. | braced nin up I am just as i. I
,; of our artiiicial livlns. in time. During '| far back, as |,,)>-ible. then forward vigorouHwbrn a boy and you cauoutrtall7t M found muel] iiiitrec<)n>jiiiic d.l.PeDSicola

; youth all s 'lInt OA ... I "Hear I'olhour method worked beautifully .... .
.t.I.t. in with iuijiuaity. The natural ,i i"fnnncd twenty times. :Next I ktuitwere exactly what need-M. Gas LOt
"i ',\ :Mint: IIJIL.-S for tlie linen clo! et nreliktHl '
; > health of youth defies them but when ; 'he he-id is tiiraetl as fr to the side sis, Strength and VIKOF have c mcletly rrturned 1

,; l>y some ,person*. 1'ut into littlt? this", growing time is and nature | und enlitr, riiieDt is t-uiirtly satufactory. f fAT '
1'I.t no po- ;;.!{>. the lioi'y rl niainitm motionIt ." f! Ii ft H rW
pilkini\ : a niivture nindo of a poundof I :;25 and 27 E. Garden !St., P n accla. Fla
longer supplies the body with multiple -s. the head bent toward the :>!honder !- I' "111OU Kir<-Vourswa-rt-eeivfd and I had -
drieii 1 lavender an ounce of thyme. I no trnuhlein nmkini! use o( the nci-iU n-
fore" there! must be deterioration un- j .
as I. as it uill reach without 'iiiei'.wl
I directed ar.d van truthtull* say it is III'! KIII -
4111 oniK-e of mint, an ounce of ground less we tnk:,' jooul.u' Pi-'lhUres: ourselves | strjiin ,.." tlie mnsclta :..1 letvddu. to \IIeo\lI. uit-n. 1 am !(gr-atly unprov> d in KXI-'KAI.;: ri.KN< II hClil.lKI.K: ; :,

cloves and caraway seeds and a tablespooiiful to presorxe the l-ctiuty of youth and to i i iarrct Thi, !i.on<-it should 1 praeticed .strength.' 11 corie>|joi and:
of dry silt. the advance of age tokens. One | nlro twentj tiiuitbc necu tir>ttunieti mailid in pIHlr".RI.t d i-iin-li.p- 'Hi' js inechedule nf tiieoveruinetitst

of the be>t means jxissible for this j to the n-'U ::'. I then to the i it. every receipt 111:11..- fru-. ,(..\.r.. and thi y want
I and 1 stone utensilg he wlier's0 ..kin is coiicernwl. is I :
run mas-
may repaired ten tiines on each si.Ie; the same neHt of the merchants wdo!
hip .' -
I t\," u>!tm a cement in tlie form s.iuThis: 1 : -ivip'les: ; the skin with the j: lLo\f-ieit: wis'.i: : ti.cliiti! rli".III" hi;.:li ", ir K""dto tl.e .irinu" an'v'oH" r"rd.v\: I H- "

tit a paste composed of litharge and hit.> d I whit Ii in j on tli is supplied uni i as possible, repeated:! the same fa-hion. ji t f P1I f3 "f' ) : I i i.t One rar-load of I'll' Ito

glycvri'i; Thi: cfinent is not affected ''Gn.I'I: .'.\ and ;it preserves the tissue. | first toward th.- 1 :;rltl. then the i..ft.Jc ; = i&Ef 8)) :<"" (' :"s 1',05iCola! 7:._. a. m. i $2.00 ptr dozen.
: -
l>y i-hatizes of temjierature. ., and ttnr,- ;i.. Nnig as it '<: eci- fi* Iji&toUSjhfcta ...a\'i Harr Dcn"_ .... 7.>. a. ID. 'I .
,,7 "' .....II't"ck..ns .... .. .. *:"> in. 1 r:... ..rS1 K ,
; ?
J'iuVed. Sl'-'i' liis':1: thi Ill.'tl beImt T'P ,
--'- t Like lie Itml Thine.:: ,"A"'" Lurrancasavii HIO a. m. .I.t t-
little else\ call the .....\.. ",..o--ola 10-: r .'fJo.e.. .... -'
IIini; an old eiderdown quilt In tilt> I"I i-s.tre.:. iii I "So yi.ur amateur dramatic club Is alitlr"'ssr' iiw ffiti! tfttil o# wKOi 1f. Arrives Ht ? h'iaa.' ,m.. I _' _... .
> 11:10 1
rranci a. m. and I..o" '
(e.hOllrl i>!,i.i l in the surface cf the skin and umkes I -1...... ..H'. _. ,
*nn t..r.a to restore it to all n tip to t'orl llcKee and tli-n r.urns *- '.
to kp| it :1I1\t'! and active.Vitb the I "Well in '. to !.:>: anca t *{ V'-'wl rllH'Ill" i.! I
the elasticity and life it had when I one way it's real pr '-.1" I:: :. ..
ravnr nca? In' ,
new. tipni' tlic :lingers, at K-ast ovce a 'Jay.every sionil: everybody in it is f( Uy ";' .? RIBSW Kn 131s 'BVfti Pickens 1-lnp 1:1.) p. m. ;;:..". : ;.... ;.:, 'u';'"

inch of tie 'pace on the factand of everylKHly ..Ist'-J I :ladtlphia ; b -..i.Vf* IVksacoIa 4 .*. Pili 'Ii ". 'no .
: Lui .. .... '.1404 p ... .-AV. s Pickni ,,:':, \, Fish tins are more readily: removed I neck sliould !le getitlj: t nt tnul> | Hulletln. ';y;, ..;:rssTT hj:# K iV'lS1 \ Unrrrtncng 5:111 p. ra. and makfti ..\. ', '.,." ."

If a pair of old shears are used for the i< pre.-.<,Hl and kneaded not so as to causea rip to :'lcH.p and return.Ou ,

instead of knife.Fve sorcm-ss. but !oil that the blood is It's Wednf'-d'iysandH.tturd'iy-; < -
purpose : a an easy matter to pet into the nzorsTdur.daa.. -- -
3Odt wi"l l IAue ..trruuca. via I'ic kin -
t callni to the surface and
very every :|habit
of mettiug; trouble half Wit *.- .
I sina.N-t cell is nun.I....!. It may he I(CLicavo :News.If .l !!t tt lclucl y erJ. lor Peniacola dt 6::* p. in. PARKER'S
r !
I i- < ariisyiurpo :
I done in bathing the! face, if no wash :i iilotli Q.ct physiclan3 u tht cfst ( HAIR DALSAM
is heated tir>t. of "ei only and ati.v ont-i'li! r niuiitv "*' i: .. '

& 41 i i'lio! tlie be. employed, by nibbing thesuap yon associate with a fool don't let t'.1.uzy ind Bitddjr! trowblti.t a nH-r" friiiii the qll..rt"rIl."tf'/ rt > .
skin with the and
Natural Anxifiy.Mothers tinper tips I(the fool control you.-Atchison OI >' ,. j take j as-i>:t it i bpi.TLew .
then rinsing; all this! off. P2\CI .. aaJ. 'f\ .

regard approaching win A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT.Mr. \V. A. D'ALEMP.ERTL. j jIi i1

f ter with unea-iue-.*. children take All W mn UnitRranly.. jI i f Ift i&
Owtn Dunn of Rento: Ferry I .
cdJ so ea:>ily. Xo disease costs; more Every woman that exi-ts has some > W..1.. DR. KlrJC'STRY
write : "I ha* I h d
little lives than: croup. It's attak i i.. I poi'it
so Midden that the sntlerer l* often 'I III'JI't. which can develop. It may be a :and it became so bad that waobliifed 't!) .lS&D ,f ( NEW DISCOVERY

beyond human aid before the doctoi ,'lIllh att' intellect an inspired soul, ( to sret up at lea! =t r zen Grist and Corn Heal Mills C'lJf'l.. wjec,. -.s. lPJDY I
arrive* tjuch
: : ca One Minute Cough ('urf'. .." .'t.t nature, flue preseuclovely : a night. Ineverrecpi -any 11tI' I!' 48 "

theniucuallay* i: nnmitiou.Liquifi-rs re-; form or Imnntiful face and somewhere Ion I permanent benefit from >" v ; iedisirie 1 IK. F. GONZALEZ d CO., Prep i, ''I ,'" ... ..... ;/1. ..v ,n I'Co TAKE NCJ SUBSTITUTE.

until I tried Folcf xirfney c.J> P q, ., n-Hu-.r.iSTi ,
mows danger. Absolutely safe. this great round !irlobe somelxjdy j '
'CurosConsumptinn/11-< :
:; MaaofactcrerimoicK
ACt"l urp. After uintwo b -, lorn
linaiediately. Cures, fact will. So it .
trip bronchitis, all throat coughs and; IlIn has recognized that or :ured." \V. A. D'Alen-b ..121-: MK VL AND pt IF; OIIOUM Cold, Uronchiri- :ti.1: "
trouble. F. '. li--vi\es all womankind look Pdlifox street. STOCK FEt;}). PEOFES3IONAL CA ;D3.
: McMulmn. Hampton i to well Pneumonia F'- i.i'J* .
-------- _. ,., Hay '
i fttroniie Htitae _._ .
Indnitry. fcr there nTery -- --- ,
Oa "A had cold rendered : III' --
: : me vojce- l'I"I'I'h'
II'It'1I1Ipa'or to iui- If '
yon want a nice pi -ttogui; reason you should by; your Mc al ici < jf"11 "
It-" jn-r before an oratorical conte-r. pro-ithe -Mtxl (points! to ameliorate :.n a friend. KO and loo'cmih tl! i tock fe@dtrom the Home Manufacturer W. C. ROWE, M. D. risy, LaGrippe, ; -' lI

1 intruded to witl draw but took I| tlie iinfnrttittate ones ::nd ('clirt'Ifill'. ;Jp- :tnt line of snita'tides t I :or by soijlngyoctneo3r: !'?e borne Indm Sore Throat Croup l II. :
One Minnie l't.uh Cure. It restored :ry. Your money U Itft in the comm nl1J Office: 17* S. I'alnfrx ,
j 'get; they have any bad ones.TIiTt J r. 1. Stephen?, you "t can fl-1 i!ad yon In turn are Indirectly btn !ted Cu h.

niy voice' in time to win tl-e mPd.d'I' ; is ::otUn voI f.rr u'hiw: JI ,.. :njethin; to please If v i :In fostering! the borne manufacturer yciontrbnte Hcnrs from M to ::>I.. m. and 1 13 3 p. a.: \ 'V118opi g'

Hiirjri-; Pharmacy! John rant anything in th* r md ffnrp :: to tbec oseof labor. You ow t kndafter7oclock j NO CURE. NO PAY.
.t to
tbecommcnUy wblch live
Sidney Kahn. I I ry the NEW Want Column. '." ? to -ife him h.- ,i Q bu.,. hloi oontrtbntei to roar inpport.yon ant Phone C3. Price 50c. and 5 1 I. TRIAL BOTTLES Fr.THE :


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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15,1902. ::1.

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IT' ."''X'1' an In vita- AB'GjOHftIlAN Tae and Cabinet Combiaed. i The iai'l: N.-intuckct: rests! on :a :
CUBE FOR nit's Pill
s : : v. It. 'ii : In !Lib heii.s where ft-Kiminj' of t-pace i % \'It M |M U I tOlriU'lli"lI! I ;

!I. -1, OM ::'. I1, Ist cotteuUra: '<'l n \"< .1'' ill< tl kitchen ; CATARR It !us
i.,' !I. I I" !"' i ,i.ilile ami c.iliini t ;IN. all :.d\.nt.sue.: It riinoii.u" l iiuin IIM. I l.v t ,

; : .1'' !11.! I aisois mi iy ht; < i I's in the piennr.itinii I ., I : UI'- ,' FOTORPIILR'fl. !

lil.i! I' .' i i ol, u i.cjil liy ktvi'in;.' innii.v neoJelxitir.n : : \ iii li.-'l..; <.! 'I.\I'IJIIII'oU'h'J! ; ; | ';' :'; A tcrpij liver deranges t b whole j I

'. "I, 'I' I I..' 111; I I. -- \ i-cli.: I It i is made oiII.IP ; 1J ly's Cream Balm I tin'! i.'.ii'iit."i .inHIST di-'t.c: x.u system, and produces I .

.'- I Wit III III. ': UIMK!. Ill.- t"I'| l,,'in:: -13 inflict loiiz j I iasy mid pleura nil I.. I' : ,, tI 1\111 -; 'i'kn' hlrtti'uIl. :i j SICK HEADACHE,_ -. I .

"King of all Bottled Beers." I.x :,n \xiil-. \\ iih dini-tl, ttii.hruiu'athi' ,i> uif fonts! us nc I 's 'IOuuolllJ:1I n i il I I-: .. pn\ furtli. ,. > :
.1 I
.I- \ ,-l-l oJ] t < : '! I' njurlousdru*. L I i yspepsiaCosthcncssRheuJ J :
Brewed from Bohemian Hops. sliilli!;: iKMirilt for IIwutlad dread. It Is quickly \ ) !.. on all iimm-i N v.ilr I nil
.it Ihi II'":. .: ",1I matism Sallow Skin! and Piles.
'1'1 l.f (lour l-ia is fa!'ti'tuil with autoMI.IIIC I ed. ntv-, binrbCOLD ''N HEAD to !I.!, Inlit :nit A-.tiirii.. ( On-" ., I h.r; (ii'nir! | i JJ J I
Mill, I" SOLD lii Once.It '
I ;i There better for these
I hangers:; while all waste spaceK IKJSLoi ltcl-I! iiiiii.-ntitij: tinri: !|>i-. : no remedy
pens and I
eleanQ's tutu' 'ULII common diseases than DR. TITTPS !
tin- triii1ii1iiIz
hfct I'
._. -- :11 "ie"'ll by the three drawers just i! 'V'V. '"l-iiumatuin. H- *N "ind I'a.tu-et* I icrowin:: |i.cins traiUof ilii' LIVER PILLS as a trial will {srovc.Take )I if
; Oil 1.1" ,-Ia:. li.-liinil It. The four large fn :il iJraw1ITS the ttn'h "'"'ane- IJwton's lliu viis- of Tu-U- i section of the vtnuntry.Vnmert ? -

i \1 hile lie 1-ov.iml! hNi CUT OUT THE TIPS. will huld linen kitchen (dishe. cut utah!'oiu.; trial Lair5.1Ze541c.tiz.' tOe by mat. at. tiuglt" ni by No Substitute. i t I

::1 i railway rt.; TU'!> -- lery. ('o.I.Look. teas coffee, condiments l'l.Y IaltlThlEIt \ !n (' !

d! :IN nuiuy of his In-- A '1 rln ..!t'r 'Iricd I lie P.x |i<-rlliinlilh sugar tiu'a,I. cereals ('11'., while 56 W arren i-trettNew Toik. sptrilill.urs. of ruil.inj tLe MIDWIFEIIY. I t I ,
\\" Pitutret-iilile Ilesulls.They w .nl.l into his kip.! the lurker will huldinejiar.; !irup, etc. The under ipifd takes this method

':\IIT' | :i scat ar.l trial I wendisiussm: ;: thetii>iiing I The zinc lined! l ottoin makes it positivily TlifNtult* !Salexuinn.An !stt-t existS tlii'iv wliOMf iiiwiif| | rIn < )f jileruiur her services as a ( 1 I
evil.Vl.. I I, tutc tI"' !'1I1'1'1I1 mlrf:11111 to 1:11:1.! n xow tu :3r-i-li3! ,! licensed, midwife haying i..
Tintrain hail come -u I started cut on my vacation mouse and rat pnof.Make n : !>I/Jlu u ;'s enjoined l>y .

\' alki U guard ( ['n'd this year," t>:;id the man with the his (fiiiiloyi| to l lie strictly honest, but to tluvii'! in ill tlnti_>. 'liuvoiiiiu had 36 years experience. : :

., > in which our I 1'111\11 flrea.hntr. to sell piods. Next day the salesman choose one of their muni:rr for Can !give best of references from 1 ;
n !( sunburned M to the I'hUadelphia\: In- laadin of thi I
',nl i-niil.; "There's! a half cupful of thick white displayed some new fabrics: saying: to 1:0rnill, lifiiii. nlioM- duty it IS to MI- physicians city. 41 !
.1 juiriT, "I said to my w ife, 'Let us try j MRS. M. GIDDEN*. I
.11 .1..1 I this lady." I the experiment t.f tniMllni .for ttvnetLs sauce in this way: Milt a level tea- the lady shiiiK'rs.| "Mi-re I I is bnnn- calico that tin- iiit-u U-liuve theiusi'iics and tu jltf IH South DeVilliers. i

.j i ;iii uty delicate can't'' s-K" .mful of butter' in a small saucepan that luiks! just like s-ilk." l.Mit they punish! hew if they triusrfS I IrA
> I wltho"t'ill; ;': a tij. ami when frothy stir in turned tin their nos.-s M-onifurty. The lIar JIMtin' "I 1'urilic.nits": of l..l iH'ri.:
:1IlUd a tcaspooufulof
: n K" nMr Le done: she said emphatically. Hut'' ( 1.UL! AivE I f P'Ihimaatheahonaahwuintii.woI.u
I ulIlhJ: t'huck- done I arrowroot. '\ ht'ti wi II mixed stir In following diiy he said to the Mine who also recognize the suiirumuoj of I
I was satislied it could IK- and if I.
I .
vxx :M IVfore hei anybody i-ould do it 1 could. < a half cupful of thin ci-eam and stir ib t>liu|>|iers "Here is !'."mt'! sIlk! that is WOI11'II /. I ';

: i "' his rt,aili-! it thickens: until it I is smooth. Add one- I made tu I'M>L like calico," nnd they I .
I "Well, w.'I'llt to New York on a ;
\'. '., III.'ljI.trtmpnt! I fourth teaspoonful( of (pepper, a teaspoontul boiulit! ieranlufit.. This Allows us !

'I Y lilt rl1d",1 I Lru"IIl'tlu't I'uilinaii car.i.fT; in and JcT.-1'y when City the and |didn'tt ort -r of salt and two h-a I"tmftl.i I Bal1'1' should MM due jnduiniMit: as tu THE NEW GROCERY STORE. i II

1 I'll.' :iiul Mr.l.nv of l p .tmded suvar: and set It away until whieh end (..f a truth is 1l1.t |>rvseuted.Judge. ,
t -t anything in his; outstretched itjiliij
i. : I he f ild. When n.iily to use, mix two taMi I 'I .
j only s4 iiwl -d.Ve\ sinpiM-d at a hotel -
"I -n.v-'fs at 'siooiif| tils of any i fill: unto prcpandmustard '
o\'('rniuht. aid: the! bi'ili.oy whit carrifd i
i 1'1 i i, i lit t state |I with six i tabh spoonfuls ofn1.i.u ' ; WILL MOVER I ;
our luggage: till to tlt' ro.mi tiling
A golfing ma-TJiziiie tells this
_' .11. and win II well blended stir in story ofa
.. around until he saw' there was nothing four Ilf' then uanho a|>iilied: for the secret.irjship II
i:'ty than tablcsjioiini'iils ; ; Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stock
coming to him and then wentay.. of a dob. | i..
stir this into lite wliite: sauce. Add twotaipoiiufuls
I. irriaprs:
"'. fr no I slatuuiin; tin- door al'tcr him. lie mu.-l of tliick wliipiM'd cream "You understand." said the captain of Fine ataple and Fancy Groceries. )I J

1 :,." 1 t1i ha\'e reported ii' to CM ry other svrxaut If you it.-Philadelphia Ledger.A "that we want a secretary who isthorutuiily No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block. : \ I
I in tlu> hot-'l. \\ c.iiildn't get any hot ; : acL-ustouii'd to umua ill;; mm." ,
!I''i 1 l II'.an: tu
lhat she 1 water the chambermaid went a\ra heap (011111' "111 tint cast-." nnswuvd the ni'pli TKIiKIMIOM-J: : I r J
'I' : fur tovN and l'ur1 to -ome back and : i <' *tit sauhly.l!\ 'ni atr.iid it's not aie
,,ml sought One of the earliest rl'lllIirl'ml''t! of adiiU you !
:11 I ,
in the the waiters t1 .- "
dining room :: r -
\want but w lIe.
is a high ch. 1of !
1 no UPO,
,iI\ \i I J.'
Chuekeri [i i tray when IHI'a1tiU1IIrrin's. As avery
.n!I t Mr.
I'.efoi-e for

t.i .111, Ii great lie: I night; my wrona.wil'e: wanted retiring s-i l me id ice water it? ', c high mvcnient chair substitute Alfred II. for Hunting the common of PIUmbe Gas and Steam t fitter I t:

tinnn' get I
Mi.u lKkind as.itir : brought; to m. wo Iron :\Io1ntaillIkh.: .. has designed; the f 1 f :
and all at the
Not complaints !
\ : 1'111! \\V starttil a drop unheeded. j I arrangement shown in the drawing.As This signature on every box cf tho genuine!

t ,.-.t in I.rin11'. As utliff were the Hudson the will be seen this dl'\ Ice Is intended laxative Brcmo=Qiiininc Tablets No. 5 Stuth Palafox Street. .
"We were going; up the I'IlI1edllhat .
cureuuacold In .
fur in connection with one u.y.tnrdaier
use ordinary
i' :" iTliips i you won!.) next morning and determined to talel'rt'akfa.t All Kinds oi Plumbing ana Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand ?
dining chair and does not interfere I II in
:,. u- 8P* far us Sliiuuih) on the l..,at. Everything was to But he Sailor.fieorge TKIiKPHONB "raft -. rWNHAflOl: A >'("A I 1. '
with the of the latter
l use byi
any way I 'to .
.Me to buy a ru :. (iardner. the New Cngland J
until: the waiter there
all right saw was -
i grown persons; while the seat can be I 1 ,
0\1\ Mr. Cbuckcr. ..l1ip middleweight champion, who recently I
coming to him and then it was
in* tip folded in a small compass when notnciileU ,, WEEKLY I' I
-! ,m|>U>tfly stiicsorrtl.M : all (,IT. Wo couldn't j-<-t civil treatment fur the child. beat Jack Hoot has accepted' TomSharKej's

".l t tind no \vunls in I from anjbtidy' on tinlioat.. This sort ) ihallengo: for a contest. V FOR STEAM: DIVISION I
The frame consists of two vertical fi
(ardm-r! will I bet Jfli.riin:: : ) on the !side. ,
If You
of tlm.u for two lays, and I Have
: kept up posts of siitfieient! length; tu extend I PKNSACOLA ELECTRIC TKUM1NAL t. I
1,.i.ill.loud this lady The eontest will probably he brought II
i :
thru I ca\cd. 1'rom that time ('U myhand from tll111'111'1' to the lower erisspiveu'I I I
..I1ti the gentleman .. I off in TrUco late in October and will --. HAlLWAY COMPAMT.Tralai "
in kt t. I more
$ spcr.i
was my j I of the chair back with a seat photed
l lI L -S'i-y thai 1 had (tilcuLited oil doing! I be for twenty rounds. leave PensaeoU for the Lucia i f
I Mfhuckor I In a the tl'with: theoxct'ptioii I I RheumatismURIGSOL Bayou, Big l!"you, Warrlngtoa>Ia YJ &t< .
I Mil I enjo.ifd \ \ I and Fort Barrancas at !
It .nl lust oemrodti of lii.ot. I'.i-st; two days." I 11i"I'I".I"I..I.\I".ut Sainlile.IlniMmen f f. .
,t -, \\ .. out of his are greatly disappointed j p. nw: a. in.errive at Fort Harranc 1:15a.ti i
i 10:00 arrive at Fort Karrancai IO:4t .
a. m. '
I'i..111! I IillR; n>:lt1. t I......4 'I ri-nlilf. there is to be no race betweenSauible. the great tested' and ] p.m.arriveal Fort harrtnoai lt: fip o i r

: .,,1'1" t i ,. .WT. and !1 r.-ip't, I'IIS: that Jack Sharpely 13 I : : the I'uturity'lIm'r, ami se\- I endorsed 1'ftliiornia 8:80 p. m. arrive at Fort iiarranuag 4:16 pa r:15p.marrlveM r I

." ,, .'!. .1 i,, : ". !MX. f.ri I' biuv !I'> make liis fortniie.. I eral I of the hordes whom he defeated.suable ]-ou It Hho cures Kfiuedy Liver Kidney will cure annul 8UO) p. m. arrive at Fort Fort Karrancai Barrancas 8tfi Tuop: p.m m 1

:.',_, I > in,i' MMIMtlt :: "That nuy (be true but I i refer a : 4 is reported to have gone slightly ; ,: Bladder aril d.senses.It never cau ails d ,by and en builds excTss ofline Trains leave Fort Karraneai tor Penia- '. t,
up cola
"' \M- 'I 1.1'i : \ a I man wli'i inhciiN a ready LiaJo fui-- I lame since the race, and hi. trainer: I the health and etrergth whilr using it I at :

I tUl\U."- Ni'W Y.'ik Journal.I'uiiy will not coaseut to a race for some 6> ud ttamp for b.nk of wonderful evt- I. 7lh a.m. arrive at IVnsRcola ...... 11:00: ... it
,. ., I Wie 'e!. Price. $1 per tKittle. For talc lliiup m. arrive at j.enhaco.IIt! 3p.ia ,
'II t ::1111. llrM -- -- I time yet. by druepists.! If your drucuist can nut i: II' -' I 1'1 .1 iIi.y i supiily you it will toe Petit prepaid upon 5mi p m arrive at -nsboola ..-..... 6ti: p n I; 1. -
': !this \ I .: ,.1',." '>. Ami Yrarn' 'loiMirr I: To ACCOMMODATE those who are receipt oi price. Addrc-s 7:0o p, m. arrive at Punsaoola .....- T.46 P. .
i T:4S p. m. arrive at Feuiaoola. ._ 9:83: p. .
4 1 : n...'!1', iliings; | To be relieved from torturing disease I partial to the u-e of atomizers in applying : .. Uricsol Chemical! Co., Los Ange6SCal! "!5&Lura&yOnly .I ,

.' l nxr '\ Ii \\ Ini'll he after forty years' torture might i liquids into the nasal) passages ; I theLN.Brniswi8&Cf..NewOrleai'.L3 f

1 HitI'.lu '.'.\ ,,i ii iirmoilI 'i well cuu-e this gratitude of any one. I for nftirflial IfimUni, the proprietors or PARK FOR WEEK DATB. i ,
prepare Cream Halm. Price, t'eaiaoola to Fort Harranca and retorn MIl
'. I I |.Ii.l1-t T | Il!> That: I* what 1)e'itt's'itch, Hazel ; Penacola to Navy 'iard and return! IM
including the spraying tube is 75ct; ,
o "' L .! :Mtu tin I'ensaool to Palmetto Bract and reicrn k
Kl : Ut
Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva ().
Druggists or by mail. The liquid 1 Distributing Agents. |3vw :
: '.I I, ._ l h.'| !LiS'I:[I Hf -'I\"- : "DeWitt's Witch Hjz"l l I embodies the medicinal properties SUNDAY ICHCDUD "

: .11'! ''': i 1.'I.lrl\d; 1 : Salve cured me of pile* after I haJ inn I.AUY.between I lof the solid preparation. Cream I i -*-'' When woithor permits the running O ,.

: .' ,. a '. ',. i-t \ 'ilaiictI ,suffmd forty year" Cures cuts, the posts and supported at Hilin i i.* quickly absorbed by the I open conches. I ;

?II .' ": .' 11I111'U burns woundkia diseases. Beware the outer ends by two chains. In addition membrane and does not dry up the Leave Penaaoolada.. m. LT Fort 10a.m.ftarraacM I : '

:.s 01 j ;. I I. : 11.j1 wisn of counterfeits. HargiV 1'htir- there is a tray having; extension secretion but changes them to a LODG DIRECTOHYI 11 a.m. i) m. -. : '
,! uiacy, John Sheppard. :Sidney: Kahn. braces ut the bides for insertion in : natural and healthy character. Ely 1p.m. 2p.m. ;
,, 'Brothers oi Warren St.; N. Y. I Ip.m ( p.m. .
I', :" I [I f I i' 'in il nut Tlirre ( re-it !Vatli
;I, 1:11: I.t tit To review the work of Columbus! i, two n'rtlcfillllt:; pivoted to the front I We will launder your spread for KNIGHTS OF P YTHIAbItnlsf. 8 p. m.p. 8 P p.m.m. j.:

I. 'I i ,nt lui without referring to that of Vt-s.jiuciui i of the seat. Uy detachintr the unices. I 15 cents each and make them loot I < m. t P. 13. f '

., I" 'I !'!,II'" and Mccllan would leave the fctory of from the brackets and allowing; the like uw. Htir: IJaulldry.u I'ertscol* No. 8, K, of P., PAR 'OR $U-DAY .i I
t'eni.oc! to in Brrac-i ,
: "'': ':i I.I 1 \\ ,IS new MI and. w .rid discoviry tlh.eon- tray to tilt forward and down the seat meptii evt-ry Moodaj even lard sad return L'4vy__ r
I : .! ': MidMil i m-cti'd and incumpl.'le. This will beI is "posl'll| to nmke it an easy matter : Ing at 7ro at Caatlo Hal. feciAools to Fdlmetio-- -.WeaOD- .illS 1M t I,
In tbt lilount 'A I
if1i -- atioiHulMlnK
',,! -. t'Xi I I patent whdi it I is remembered! that. to place the child in position or l.i't it CASTOR I i third floor.Visiting I ._ --. --___ I" I 1 J'fltafn. t t'
No .
frplnbl BlTHil
brethren cord',H ftArll-ftD. i 11' I
I : ) .
I though :t bda-vcr: in the rotundity ot out. welcomed
For Infants and CHldreicHie J .
r- 1 i I. !t.. r vitliI the earth it was not (f'olumbus but Tln device] is !suspended on the chair I "' H. .\.1.... [

:Magellan! w ho lirst: ; physically (dcuioii- by means of two hooks which su n-w Kind You Have Always Bought c. H. UOKHLER K.R.14.!: O I I The Beer ,

'1 i :' 'MI' to it. t i r.stiil thit: tact by circumnavigation. into the posts! and their adjustment

II'' ii i L1.,1! .Ir. A-d: ,I M., !fi'l.n! : night: li.uc failed but raises tlie seat to the required height. I Bears the J/ rr--- That

: : S 1.1"1'P \\ litre. 11,ir I t'.i-!: i r l uui-. work of \'t'iiiii ,iis.: To fold tll(' :seat: the tray is allowed i CUE! YCUSSELFI -. Made@ :
.I !r f !ill"< ii ill I 'I'll- I I.i: i r h.'il i-\.loiiii| the AtliMic; to tilt down and the seat is lifud I II -'me --l I'.. IiiG f-c ,.ut' |
din. } iTL. .inrtjt .ui ill r i,
tin." 'u i-i, -:" -mil l th', '.. -t t l l' Smith Ameiica (arllit'HIIlh against/ the 1'01'1." when the tray is irn r" ne or '.1 l r.ili f.jt.r
I mut io' n'W.niH'!!. NN F rAM O
: IIi' 1ts \IIInl:!, lit. iI ;II iii\, ..t'I Iu> pnili i'ssrirand the I folded back: on the under side of the cdj 1'Aini.,*, in.I! n. I aitlia :)

"Ii'I! "l l !'.:"' 'c iH-niii '..swiird to th"is'.mils 's.t, making a perfectly lInt packageuid '). m'ur pots>nuuj. I : : i.
o1d by Ingl4tP,
,' ".'it ni' the wiuMi : 1 id Ninth ilei.rgia: uiaily to the : lea tiuig the chair for common use. The on'c or e.-.t iu plaiu wrarpr : .

11'1"! 1'. pan: 11.1 I '.II'! 'ah',- hliit'! / ar Excei ; IT exprer-1, rrfpaiil. iorII I -ISVICTORIA- '

.1., i... \'. lj.'n. he i\.' I !" .'i.urii' yY''|nicin! .. deinonI Airing lieilIhiii.<< ''IAe.'i-cuUr ur 3 guLt b.'ttI.$75.r.n rejup..,t : I

j, I ,. U Hi-- -1ttiOIl --I I iiil uiili cunsiiler.-ilile; degree of The sanitary necessity of the ,

!'II[: filly that tin-! smut. which had morning airing of all bedding and ;S\ Every Woinan i MADE BY AC.MEBUKWIXGCO. ;
!i.I i i '1. I 1'1"' two I KIT s'liue > c.irs lut'ii I linked for. lead-,1 clothing worn during the night is welltnidiTbtood f' Ji 1

\ I I.. I II''."! :il"i.-. that i in;; to tin-: clusiMunknown M.I that but it is an offoiise againsti \ I.,Ittyel.I:,no'" 1 II-t .. \t, F ,,,1., yc 'f. nisr: IO-CKNT: IIOTILK IIKIU: :: .

i Ii ': 'd :Mr. I .botlluli'd th> 1'.1"11'1'11 oat of Asia. w.;> i the canons of ;good taste to use tin- M4RIt \\hirling Srs) IN TOW.V ? !

1 i .".-1 .:i-_iMr l liy, not in be found through the new lands; front windows of a house especiallyin .- I L Io t, :,"-w.4..\.I..I'rIo.! '. .1.ot.. I .-.f, .... i. DANNHEISSER BROS. I f i :i

l I' i'i lII-lining: ut of tin- west north of rn degrees; south the city for that purpose. In Herlin : fA V/lro Cordial.) .* ,.o____ e,11"..'.I...1.'" ."\' :
I at :11Il'\'lIls. The mouth of HII'nUl' : there is not only an unwritten law. i\ The heat spec,'irremeih for I : .4. I.II. 1.1 AGENTS FoR THE CELEBRATED i i iI.

i d.::11: -': !-nine low zon the ba.\ s of Rio Janeiro and of the but a written one, with penalty attached \MaIariaIaflC17yhoid/ I I III..y..4"I.1. .."n"I''PI''J.' the I I. f Harper f tetey.Main I ;
I I : '"' .. .. ... .
t "i, 1 l'is 1 rue. gate; La Plata bad l>eeu I'xl'l'I'11' and were as well forbidding! any householder I' (l1t..-r. 1",1.nd 01.,1' fn.l1. '. : I

i I' 'I!i.\ oxposvJ Mr. I found tu contain fresh water, so that to flaunt his bedding or any other Colo's, Influenza, dc. 1"'ro".1 full' ion ,iiiy M ..k-w..11 oil .lr-t.g.t.e.. l l. 0 Home-4
!<' M \ ie\\ There, I through anne of these could an entrance inappropriate furnishing in the face aI".IoIlIo1aJI.. MliIO..t.: II. R. Kichanse-Opp. Union Depot !I 'f :

,I d! .1! and of his the passciby. TLis i 1 P. O. Box 21. Pen=!acola Fla. 't.
laughter I tl) the unknown sea on the farther neighbor; or Room inc Times tfldg, New York. Phones 1 I
I p. .. iMigers. some of we i be found. suggestion from our (Jerman neighbors; ,! 116-2C8.: .1 I :t tII' =

:., -. d"'m it espedi- i i, tits In well with our own newly awakened 1-- ---- -- -- u n. __- -_'- ------ i ::1
civic pride In the beautifying of i ;' 1
.... I Ail) the actions and altitudes of chll- i cD-WEWILL-: t I
"":11'\11 the blushing: our streets and homes. !
| drt'ii are: graceful" Uecau they are the 1
> .1 i .f iudijt.utvlied :
( ;-
paroxysm}tr. Chuctor, I offspring and of the free moment from all, without pretense.afTi'ctation ('Lea pest In the l:nil. CLOSE I ; :11. I _

1'usdi. I To Lny hangings end house furnishings OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS : : _

.' hIt me d-dress first" __ that are reliable In manufacture _
1.1 1 as he felt not ouly licw.ire.if Ointineii'i lor Ca'arrli hat and lasting in texture and color Is

> ng$, In the grasp: otHe | Contain Mcn-iii}. economy in the long run although i at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of i Ii :: t _

S made a frbott'I will probably a !little higher priced at fir!>t.I ,, I ; I
AS the
mercury surely le.-troy Fall
I i "t improve Ids i'osi- I This applies also to wall covering. It -+ Goods+- f : ; I
ii tI
t't'n"t' of smell! and completely dp- I fi I'
-t.i m-e was ascribed Is well known how suoii a cheap wall
; range the whole system when entering .
1 :' '!.r(' Ik and enitioldon- I covering fades and looks shabby. $0, doz Men's Laundtied 1 1
2S Shirts
: 63
; it through the I'liicmis "llrfal' ;;. pair Ladies'Spring Heel Shoes Get your boys ready for school. i I 1
l'j drag; him out of Such articles should never be UM! too. with curtains and furniture coverings. ;: regular H. to close at Toe. regular Jl good, to close quick at bOc We carry a full line? Hoy 'Huit3. i j

t folr"lIIo.t. lie tum- except prescriptions from :; One puts in the time and money :: pair. &S
i \ reputable 27 doz Men's! Colored Laundried Boys' joIuitregular price 11.00, ; 1! I
o' .'|(1. and was thenir- physicians :I.. the damage they : to sdcet lltol ha\e them hung onlyto I sbirt?, regular j; c, to close at &5e. 68 pair Ladies'; Low Cut to close at 7oc suit. _
.. I '.ttforin. kicking and I will Oo I is ten fold to the good you look old with one season's Use. Slipper, C7 Uoya' Wool !Huita, regular price I I 1 __________
regular goods, to close at 105
.' .ullt:: of a hundredS I can po<*ibly derive from them.HallV When choosing for the autumn rejuvenation -'[ 57 doz Men's! Colored Laundried pair. $I.m and $1.75.; to clone at fl.15 euit. l

S'. or amused ejes. Catarrh Cure, manufactured rather have ono-half as much :Shirt., regular 50c good, to close at 120 Boy!;' All-Wool (Suits, regular I _

S !t'r. \\ lien Mr. rhurkrr I by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0.. and h:1it :good and durable than 35c ; these goods should go in 24 6s pair Men's Low Cut bhoes, regular price '2.00 to ?3. contains no mercury, and is, taken hours. |1.50 goods, to close at $l.20 and f2 00 suit.
i .\i"i! under strong escortn..iter's in IK U more that will toon grow tawdry. -
: internally acting! directly upon the j i 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbrier-: I We carry the largest line of Boys'n j
,'1 I u.: dan his room and had Ii blood ami mucous surface of the ._- !pan Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c pair.We carry the largest line of Boys'Hhoes Pants carried by any house in the ; 'f _
pantaloons sy tem. In buying Hall's, CatarrhCure i goods., city. I _
of .
: I.. Let: a bennnjr: anti to I be the int'pplnK Costly Carpel any houe in Fensacola.Bring All of
sure you pet genuine.It 30 doz Men's French our Ladles' and Misses'dropstitched _
Neck BaibrigI fit ;J 11
your boys to Us, we can _
this fine carpets are prcmaturi'lyI
trouble had uri l'u. i istaken internally and is made in i Many 1 gan Undersnirts, at 30c, regular 4oc: them in 25c. hose, to close at d .
Toledo Ohio by F. J. Cheney & Co.Testimonials'free. | out by injudicious sweeping. Dej sold by others at oOc. any size. 20c. pair. : i 1
: I : fore expensive carpet the I We have ju-t received a foil line 100 doz I ; i
UM'HTls FOR TWENTY j sweeping an Misses'!! full seamless! hose !
YEARS.M.ti.rv. 1 tr !Sold by Druggists:" rrice 75ci ; floors should 1 be thickly I strewn with All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Dock Skirts.! We will to close at 60c doz or 4 pair for 25c. ;1' __ __ _
: .. Muith of Danville I close at 75 cents. close at EOc for your choice. Some ;
i I per bottle. tea leau's, which! attract the! dust Tea 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose
c; : 'I had bronchitis for I i Hall's, Family Pill are the best. leaves may be used also with advantage I 72 Pair Ladies' Spnrgf Heel Low of them are worth 1.5O. i regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair :f It _____

! tr- and never got relief. upon rugs and short piled cnrpets. I Cut Slippers 2)$ to 7, regular fl "Ve carry a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full line i'. < } t I I
goods to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. I Ladies' KM Gloves
d i Foley's Honey and Tar I In sweeping thick piled floor coverings. I in all shades t -4 _

I -tire cure." Contains not : Mars ton $ Quina have I such .\smllll>ter rnd Turkish car 'Remember
liS we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them 'ttl have ; i
\ W. A. D'Alemberte 121 s...1 some very nice Dressers and I I pets. the broom should aIwa s Irush we Room, i

: Wash the way of the pile. This simple precaution
---- cheap.
very I' E. BRHWNER'S
I for i :
will the
keep carpet years.
fo/ey's Tar Just the to with ,
Honey ana thing go 1
while with careless swet ping! dust will

-rf .o/J5 prei'fnts pneumonia. Iron Beds. I, enter: the carpet and soon I spoil it I l()? l05 SOUTH PALAFOX<@5 .1 I 'f'I I III

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-i' '_: -.- BOYCOTT ocSIDEWALKS ilTZEN-PITT flair Vigor -

6' __ : WEDDIITCIASTNIGHT Your gray hair shows you

the Pat Office at Pensacola, ': should use it-unless you
Catered at ---

'.\., I&C Dd-cla81 matter i I Miss Lottie Pitt youngest ddughter like to look old iSi&SSk. 1 100 %

I OrrICE :-Pltr', Building, m: ;; Bontb:
Fftlafox itreet up-suirs. 'I A peculiar boycott is now maintained of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Pitt, and Mr. -- .

on East Gregory street, crossing Gus Eitien were happily wedded at Tbwnrlrtl.Mrs. .
Cevallos. It is nothing more the home of the bride's parents,
I married ten years. I'm sure. I wonder During August E1 1j j N \ .
', Terms: Invariably in Advance.t than a boycott on durable rock cr 93 corner of Gregory and Barcelona how old she was when she married. the death claim* paid n. :
{R Oa Year by Mall............ ............. to ou :1 ings, which have been put there by streets, last evening, Rev Linn R. I Mrs. P.izzy-I tried to find that out States and Canada by t

BU Months "n. ...... .... ...... S5U the other day. '
,! the street force. Walker of the First i ble Life Assurance > .
Monday 10 city pastor Presby- I I l '\ ,. -1
OBI Week,by CarrIer Varable { I' Mrs Cabbie:-What did she say? j
I! These closing are ou either side terian church, officiating.Miss I Hon. W. B. Lamar, d" Mrs. Bizzy-I asked her at what age 'i paid within one day af:. : '

11 TELEPHONE NO. 118. lof I ': I she was married and she sniJ. "At the i proof.
3 Gregory street. They are built Nina Mae Ferris of Nashville j nominee for Congress for the

{ Mdrertisirg Rates Furnished on Application with expense to no one but the city, : was maid of honor, Mr. W. D'C. congressional; district, together w i parsonage."-Philadelphia Press. ;,' And during/ UIIIIII'I/II.. ,

I year lias the (p 'r(-<>uibelow ,'., .
and it was intended to place their I'' Kessler best man and Miss Daisy other distinguished speakers, Three of a Kind. US,' : I

like all over the city. Wright and Mr. Walter Pitt the at- address the voters of the : This conversation was heard on a ?
I I coster's holiday at the luncheon hour: This excel the .
ANION IAE But this decision has been changed I j tendants. Little Miss Vera Keller counties at such times and places 11 i The .. .
young hopeful complains, "I gay 1 great record. It ha- \ ..
tiC .r'1' I somewhat, the street superintendenttaid I was flower girl. mentioned below, vizVernonWednesday : I muvvcr ain't I goin' to '11\1' any 'am':" been approached by'ar .

because the people I The witnessed i "Don't say 'am. Billy; say '\1t." The (
yesterday ceremony was only (noon), O t.I pany.
j I father of the family lis'.ming with
F! PESSAOOLA, OCT ) 5. 1902 refuse almost to a to tread on relatives aud close DeFuniak |
person by personali Springs, i evident.!'corn. nudged: a cultured broth- j "Strlln ('st in the 11 ,,r !

them. During the recent rain it i friends, but it was followed by a (noon), October 16. i! er. "They tot finks they're sayin't,I THE EQUITABLE LI K: .\ "

THE politics in the Indian Terri noticed that people picked their way brilliant reception, which was large- I Westville, Friday (noon). Oct. !I 'AM.1'-London Globe. I I I ANCESOCIFH
tory areas badly muddled as in our !
S a j j in the street rather than walk on the'ly attended. Milton Saturday (noon) Oct. IS. 1 OF THE |rxiTFl1 t t1i1011'LES \
; more civilized states. SEE JOE REED
ti f __ __ 1 I new crossings '| The Pitt home: was brilliantly illuminated JOHN N EEL, Chairman

+ ATLANTA could give some very j, The walks and I NAT. R. WALKER Secretary. '
are yet not even for the event and every DUo
good advice to the promoters of ai I! -- ---- WITHOUT DELAY \,
really provokes a pedestrian, but i it artistically! festooned with
room was
i Recovered S x-ech and lirarin,< .
y ; Carnegie library at Tampa. { ; General .tgt'nr.
I I is hoped that they will soon be worn ': trailing greenery and delicate tlower i :
I 309 t5. Palafox
SECRETARY MOODY lost his trunk i St.. PFN-
t |!!, down to a uniform surface. [; ;;. : u*ing your Cream Balm about Everybody in Penacoli knows;
on his to tbe Maiquette Club'sbanquette i! I.i iI for
I Way years ago catarrh. My voice wa
: : These walks are down with a' Joe Reed, and everybody can see -
put The ceremony took place 'neath a
in Chicago, but he hung;; I omewhat thick and my hearin i
t. view of the 'was dull. My hearing ha* been fully I him every day, representing the Out of lIf>ar II'" .J f '
on to his grip all the way through;:: saving constant repair: floral canopy, the central figure cf
restored and my speech has Hudgins factory products-Hudgin? "'\'hen death pf-nit t
s1,9 I{ of wooden ones, and it is claimed which was a wedding boll of white
r THE Tampa Tribune has kindly ; quite clear. I am :a teacher in ii-ceut" cigar; and ''Kig Peusacola"rmokin : from a severe ;an'in,'
7r will la-t; several year; A furrow roses and carnations, blendtd with town. .
favored TilE NL\VS with several L. G. BKOWX. Granger. 0. ; tobacco. trouble, that I had -nif;

fimeriugly; complimentary notices four feet wide is i made in the course delicate green. No comment i is i.e<-ded. 'I rill siz I' Nearly one hundred dea'pr are years." write. P. ruo.C. ,

tt'rf j recently, fur which'it return thank*. cf the crossing and timbers are The bride was becomingly attiredin IG:t*. Full size 0ct3.; Ask now handling goods in the city, and ., "Dr. King's New i.
- druz i i--. We mill it.
('Nc'r E: SAM has taken the Philippines I j j placed on either ;side and embedded an elegant; gown of white liberty ELY JR',,; .5.; Warren street.Ntw tl.e demand for them increases my life and gave 11.>- ;
daily. Try them and you will up Rest pills nil earth! .i; i
; i fig 1 aud now be will take the ia the ground. JJetween these timbers satin, trimmed with white Venetian York
uo other. Look out for JOB IleedVbugiry W. A. D'Alfinberf-/ '.
;' :+ census, but if i he would delay a little rocks and levelled I -------
l>oint lace and pearl and ;she carried with its
two *. South Palafox
:Special communication ; big cigar and r'- t. <
ii : longer there won't be much of either making a crossing: that will last for' an exquisite shower bouquet of bride of cambia L"de No. 15. give him your order.NOIIIlNti ;

to take. j i i F. and A. M., j::jO p. m.
r j years. i rope;*. ( t/ ) Wedno-dav. October 15. : SO GOOD. STEAMER LINE SCHI.:

WILLIE WALLY AsToR and Itichs | Three paid men and several "trust-1 i iies" I Miss Nina Ferri, the mud of ,"V/ \Work in F. C. degree. Vitiing For all liver troubles .:
there is
rah ard C'roker have been playir.j in'I| from the city jail are employedto honor, was gowned in white crepe vHpd.V HAUKY, brethren W. Giitus cordially, :sic.iu-I"I'' *o good and helpful HEPATI.CUIIA. [ --
poor luck ever since they discarded because it cures without letwcen I'cnoacola and Ali,
do this work. W. D'C. KLLER,1V. M. producing -
'de chine with lace medolious and I j
America for the draw-but Americais any bad effects a* most mpdicinesdi Cups Pail)' F.arep i *>IH
------ ---
I ) ) is more pro-peruus than ever. rhinestone buttons, and carried a IVhenyou wake with a bad i ). Hepaticura i is a -abstitute -
Y A tit'"rtltOTraaelera. up for calomel: and much better "CITY OF TAMIM.!
I beautiful bouquet. taste in your mouth, go at once to a
Two :artesian wells have ceased to | The excitement incident to traveling than that diug (>ecaue: it has; none .
i drug -tore get a free sample of of its bid vMllton f.fam \.\' H.-r'-
tfetMr .
p flow lu eluia, but readers of the and change of food and water|'! Mis Dii-y Wright, the bridesmaid Chamberi, n's Stomach and Liver ; \V.o't JI/rdlll- of Jacksonville.\ H l't'D""IIi.!'..<"'um Ar )1..

t Timeo or Journal will not be at loss often brings: ou diarrhoea, and for wore delicate pink crepe de Tablets. One or two does will Fh.--iv-: )thmyelf friend t'lArt' ':irk..undt.; I. '
( make well. They aNo bile!
I for something to drink with all the 1! this reason no oueshould leave home chine and carried a lovely Inuquet. iou res you, sick headache and con*ti- the Mr.: Hnd-ou are :rreatlvplea-ed with
I' brewers';-;scetio- : s therein.- -- without a bottle of Chamberlain's f' Little Miss Vera Keller, the flower pation. All drugi.s;, and medicine ;, can with Ul of hesitation HEPATICURA recomint-nd and I EVERYBODY LOOKS

t. Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kern- dealers. ;
it as being the finest
THE st. Augustine Hecord wants girl, wore pink chilf>n and carried a U"f'R'IFIll
'! edy. For *ale by all druggists and I arty saw. Its action i* mild FOR THE BEST
; some enterprising genius (which medi.-me dealer\ baket of rose petals with which she Falk's Fall Millinery' and plea-ant: and entirely free from

; with l-londiaio tom 'j strewed the pathway to the altur. srriping or any of the sicker-ing effects -

make briquettes! to throw at the OpeningWednesday calomel, yet it doe- the work Here it i*. fill ', I',

111 i coal trust: out of the/ great hills of GOAL IS A Chaffers': orchestra played the and Thursday, Oct 15 "* thoroughly d- it could be done by Creary." They are il .n'.- r: ,. L
c weJJing match and )Ir. iny medicine. It ha* without doubt that can b- t'ir.M "u: I.. I
sawdust be found all
to this
b over and 16.Carolina. ?avid in- from my Usualuunner at- !prepared to d.. u; kn:,r. I t I
crate.i SCARCE ARTICLE and Mi-s Hosebuil i Leonard played of bllitlu:-lit-s. Sold by all They put on Iinlnn !s. .
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Jm.'gi-:* bet on the tnarkf -
.i i, THE Nk W a would re-pectfully a-k -- exquiMtely soft music throughoutth" i a; they have a fui! ,,

}LI'( the Tnnes-l'iiion and Citizen wti> ceremony on violin and piano. :MrH."yr- invites th- public to I tires in stock.

Retail coal dealers are out in an Portland ill Ira -f' tier of Does your buggy ; '
should be necessary to IIn'e't's; Mrs. I). H Put was assisted in receiving ; di-play PlU"IU
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big Theycanmak
i 1'
eels for the: navy: constructed in England authorized denial that as much coal; !lat*. She h.ta well Delected tock Their .
; I bMrs.. J. II Keller, Mrs. price, too, ani t -
I or liermuny when we cannotCud : a* can be disposed of is on hand, I ,)ujir! in New Y- rk. Raltimore and .i !they have ample cipr' ii; .
W. J. Forbes Mrs. W. II.
Wright, ''
ullictrs! Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM a fir-t-class carriau't-: > .' .
enough Ionian the
; -hip's I
; the claim being made that there is .
M. busiuesU
r1' Mrs. F. Thijrpen and Mrs Lewis I' rppalring 1 r.
bOW in pru;;re-s uf cnustructiou at uiJEWELER :
'It, '.' only enough in sight to keep "time" Willis. IN HIS call on them.
t I our owu yard- j I 1 Seale< repaired.SHITXEIUV! .
-- -- ves-els; filled out. However
t; (! true The decorations in the dining ALA. :- : Ci.: .
j IT is natural that the democrats of 15; East kayo .
i this may be, the railroad company: NEW STANDI
: Alabama .uIJ feel the rt'Vublicaupart i I room were in green and gold. Refreshments Phone 57.MEAT .
1 u had all its *pare engines at work list i i
is r04CtJit! ; served! Misses
i !; ttte appoint- were by
1 i t, uieiit of a dtmocratic district attorney. j!' night; in handling export; items in Laura Kuowles, Stella Edna stnekif all High! Grade. American I have mv j j"welrv'or tr
4a Avery Portland :
IVuiPtit. jtrmaiiia, 1 1GPMIKMI :'tJ South Pall f .x. nrerly occn & MALT IM: i U'H\
j If they were frank tiny the yard*, the chief thing being the A very. Nellie f.lloryJosie Palme, ":-.1111'1'>." ieruun Port- 'if'd by BS C'<.. and ain now I Ipltrr dietetic value. t''l.ilen'fre-.i! !:i

would admit they would like to' countless" ; nun bar of coal cars both land Cement, King Is. Y. Calcined: I II'la prepared t'hin, ever to give {
Alice Ke-sl"'r and Mary Aiken. -ter. HI ciidalp Cement kept at I pea*ant to take: it iielps--
grace it thoroughly by filling, all the : bug tinin riMinonJwatclip*
loaded and tion 1 of food Soli
empty. Portsmouth. Charleston, ewr-Ir '. fall byDANNHEISSER
tI appointive (cilices The bride presented her maid ; j etc- and see me anc
--------- Savannah. Jack-ouville, Ppi ,
icola. : -
tr./ i I IlobI. et me COIIVIIICP you. I i.
Til K most---liberal- --- Tilt liKSF U\KU 'i EUICI\E; :. with lovely pearl pendants as sou- :\ ; ... Sew Orlean-) Galveton.' J.:I. STEPHENS. _
minded developat We alo make -hipment direct from
!t times a vein ot narrowness that here i is no need to be mierabl if i venirs. anJ the groom gave: his Mills wherever we get cheapest'' Try one of our celebrated FINE STATIONERY.

you keep your liver in good snape. attendants pearl stick pins. freight rate. Sole '
sy L, cause: intt'n-e sorrow to their, i Celling agents: for i
g a Scarcely harm can to $ S Felt Mattresses.
i. any come your Alabama" and "uthHII Cr"
t ;t I friends. The attitude of the editor The grooms gift to the bri4e was: a "
it the liver .
; yste'n i* kept active. I| Brand, Portland Cement M lalIiI- rez'crJack
of the Times-Democrat o''' '' or grow C. V. Thompson N. : -
in regarJ ty > I'he right remedy at the right time magnificent diamond sunburst, and lia: Hydraulic Natural Cement, >

i I the gift made to the Confederate i will prove a great: benefit to you. made near Hirmin! !ham. umpy. Belle than a hair 1 1naress Palafox street, ha- ju-t ",
r HEPATICUHA is that remedy": It : her parents gave her a deed to the (
Veteran but a niggard< streak s sa in i| j i-worth Using because it will make ;: handsome dwelling adjoining their Correspondence Solicited. at half the price. 'IHa1'ston new[ :supply of Linen ,r )

otherwise generous, evenly bal. you w..1l. $ ()ttinrt. I Papers, white, blue and ::! ,

unct. aud liberal gentleman. Mr. L. A. Fraleigh, of )[adi-t1n, home. J Envelope to match. o\f. ,

---- I I"la.-as'- have had OCCl*IOU to Wedding were alto .
presents generoulyisent Foreign Mail
-tveicpas w
IF the coal strike II Et"A 1'ICL"ILever.1
: continues indefinitely use times .FRESH
i "', hi-tory will repeat itself and I and IJII/-t say I like it better than ;!i by friends and filled a large ROASTED COFFEE... ; to match. Ink.

I any I.I'ERIMJ'I'lit; ; I ever u-ed.1 room, of them of Penholders, I>lankb".>k-. I
some of our bright inventors, will invent |i many being great
fi t 1.: i: It simply\ aniwer-s the purpo-e with- !': value. REMEMBER WE ARE THE :-' ROASTERS IN WEST FLORIDA. etc., always on hand.
some substance to take the j'out any griping -ickening elT-ct
> Phone 23 I.CA.B'1.
+ a, 1Ii place: of coal s-o acceptably that I and I can heartily recommend it ;a* I II Numerous cables and telegrams of : TilE Pi IM.IC is INVITED 10 EXAMINE; On PLANT. I
RT {!' i the r.lsT LIVER iXEl know .
MI-nit !
-I when the Latest modern
are a !ill
operators '
; 1 improvementelectricity, To
;: Sold; by all! druggist-; ,; congratulations were received during make etc. introduce same, we
i ,i ; t to mine coal their market will be 1 the following; -acriHces : With one pound of tne following Blend O r? T A. .
t ati i, gone and the: miners will all b* bu-y the evening. we givpJO Bern the ,'

{ making the new fuel. This is uo OF INTEREST TO Mr. and Mrs. Eitzen deputed last UK Stamtitril Gra' ulaled'ugar forM ............ .......... ......$1 0<) 8.gaattre AfftCkh. -'

pipe dream either.: i t night on an extended tour, which t'ha amt .lam I'.lfml, |"-r pound... ............ .... ...... ...... 3uc : :!

(" "fl"\1\ BI...",. t"r 1..1...... ...... ...... ... ... ...... ...... ...... :!II(' -
+i i will\ include \\'a-hipi.on and New .
MEN lilflllflkl' mini
THE N ;ws regardwith! suspicionthe I"r p 15c

tr Lake Butler Star. The folio- Yoik.I 1\'tJ\'illl\l.: i.s Till: (iiiociaiv: 1..1'f I'KICI:" in\r DM-Y t-.AA.A.A.A.AA.A A
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i ''. ; ing bears such a !'trlkingrl'-em I I'4) 1PFIITtOX.; :
I Jet a free sample of Chambf'C1
blanct to a practical joke that we i, Organizer; lye of W hnuton; D.i J, 1 lanes Stomach and Liver Tablets at Jas. iMcHugh Prop. New Orleans HAVE YOU NOTICED!
Grocery. I
;!( are goiug to let $om other paper ;: c., hid a comparatively :small crowd i any drug store. They are MV to -f

r '1 make traeksthtourh tu! + 'I take and more pla-ant in tllect than I'h, n. 103 H nod IO \\ Iudeol| .
i.1 Si
; vv re8iuou -
I last'I
hot 'to hear him at' $. B. A. hall \ ; f pill. Their U-e i* not followed byI' WHAT IS MISSED HERE'All ; I Ih99VYVVVVVY
pavement on a summer'sday -
; constipation, as i* often the
night.: The lack of interest is ati case
: "Walter Town-end of this: I with pill\ *. Regular size 2oe. per /-- MEUX'S !
r ;' place has struck something: unique 1 i. tributed to the fact that there were box. All dru'gi-ts and medicr"
_s t ,i in the way of paviuy; block He other attraction in town, for which ,i'dealers. C .t.
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.1l k1 1s own a tUCl't'ntiut"Iill tear town previous preparation had been ', }IJ/ kinds of chrl.r, '1' "' '

ti and mold his refti-e r,,-ill into neat < nude. LITTLE FOLKS MINSTRELS. c/ rocking chairs at .tars"

1 J: blocks, w hlch/ i? placed on the std...
,: Those who listened to the or- $ Quina's. Prices u' '' { > r-.
walk in front of his residence. It SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING
There will be a special dummy for AND LITERATUREprepares low.
q'm akes one of the best walks we have ganiziT, however, were very much I!I the Little Folks Min-trel Cowl ny

= ever seen, being both: firm and el.t*- interested in what he spoke of in regard i performance Oct. i7 At Warn gi -
1 i ton tickets be obtaiuej I youngmEn and women for I has established in connection
can with
tic. ,
to organized bboringmE'n.. srcees; in busings*, and
1 I Hirschkovitz's store. Others along i secures the college course of instruction Hotel Camden

::4 D. It HILL said in his openingcampaign ; I I labor leaders followed the 1 the line of the road can get thr-I".it I for food t handsomely positions for it illustrated= tudenta. Tend j I by mail. seed f'jr catilogue.: \ term-,
di; \ speech : "1 warn the true 'organizer in short adarese: and ,1 Coe's. Rp-erved seat*, CO .ts I logue. II C. Addres->
Sale MEI-X t'.UIIHX\L\B\\J\
Oct. ,
open 2 I) at II) o'clot- ell-acla, Fla. 1
'i r friends of canal improvement I there was: a general regret that more U fit '

iff throughout the state that they are not II I Is Now Open to the Pub:'c

being deceived by these republicanpoliticians were present.It Mrs. Bower has been fortne in : F. B. BRUCE

> g i and that the canal improvement I was decided that another meet- securing Miss Emma Scutt .>' St > under the manajranip- '

plan will not pass; the ''ingbe held Saturday night and ex- Louis, an expert designer, w" h has

r ; next legislature in pohticVhtle, if it shall the be worthy republican I: to tot attend.invitations The organizer to all who will wished again charge Falk's of the trimming.Fall- --Millinery-- tv:vyth c r m! in L iSi'iii\] : (:? asi a italic! Lceg MRS.of Pensacola S. MIMS.Florid i.

no thought; of the isthmian I 8 i 0
deliver an addre's.
/ canal when Opening Wed RATES REASONAI5LIUy
speaking the sday
I -- -- -- -- Ammunition
i' above it is a prophesy that will apply and Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and
Thursday. Oct. 15
the Day, Week.r.V "
'' to the isthmian canal: situation The Bicycle Sundries
: NonIrritatingCathartic and 16. Edison Phonograph and Music.
with even lU.:>certainty than: to the Table Furnished with! the f.

'l local canals of New Yoik. It the ]Hammond and Other Typewriter*. Typewriter All Market Atf'.rd-
t I Supplier Kinds of
next national! ;,Iature\ is not dem-1! You, cant get ,i nr home Rppairing.; Lock and Key Fitting. i Public Solicite :!
iii ocratic furnishedcomp1, I, tt ]High-Grade Hammerles Guns Kept for Hnt.Big supply of Fresh Patronage :
in politics, the isthmian: : Easy to takf. easy to operatehood's i Jfor-1 all Shells, I
at Low P,
canal bill will have a hard struggle, I ston 5' QuimCfLSJJ Ices. Free ample" Room.
payments :
1j if it is not killed outright. .1' Pills I weekly "> tionthl.j.. \ 15 South Palafox Street. .I Men.Su' day Rites Made to Ti

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g H. FAIRCHILD, WILL FIGHT 0 srmE R1CELEBAATEO and To to restore build the system vigor W. C. O'NEAL, President No. seoa. F. C. NORTON Cashier
QT.IjOLpTEFLER: : S you Orm.cannot sol'd! flesh takea i. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. ij


forcet rand Refinishing Furniture a ingIndigestion.hitters toy curt -

91 i -
Specialty.Jliono ..- OF PEKSACOL, FLA. ,

4OS. It is announced from Savannah "\: x- Dyspepsia, Designated Depository of the United States.
r. *
....- Constipation I

R. K. WHITE, I tint a stiff tight against the recently .: Biliousness, Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept. 15, lOO' 4

formed Consolidated Naval Stores Insomnia, and
Jeweler I. I From to I'
Manufacturing Report Comptroller.)
WgUbniaV: Company will be waged through Malaria Fever I J' _

and (radaalc; Optician, Florida by the J. P. Williams Co. and Ague RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

St. PUDtol. Fla SITTERS good health is Time Loans .. ...... ..... ..... ..... .. .. f33S,79732\ Capital Stock .. .... .... ... .. ........ .... .200000.00 : t
? stY r.Ufai and the Peacock, Hunt and West assured. Try It. Demand Loans. ..... .. .... ... ... .. .. .. .... 50,0d655' Surplus Fund.... ..... .... .... ..... .. .... Q 10,000.00 I"
Overdrafts.... .... ... .. ..... .. .. .. .. .... Ii
Co. of Savannah, both of which 104.72 Undivided Profits... ... .. ... .... .... ... 985623 j
own U. S. Bonds and Premium.... ...... ... ... 187,171.87! Circulation..... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... ((125,00000 ;
large tracts of virgin pine laud in MONTHLY MEETING Stocks, securites, etc.... .... .. ... ... .... .. 2,625.00 Deposits..... ... ... ...... ..... ...... ...... 401,624,71 I
Furniture and :Fixtures....... ... .... ... .. 6718.48 I I
NOTES state. The Williams company [. R. Stamps.... ..... .... .... ... .... ... .. S831 .
'NEWS is said to have but lately closed a OF COUNTY Cash and Exchange... .. ...... .. ... .... .. 160.9386(5 1 1 :

deal for several hundred thousandacres
.J $746,480.94 $746,480.94) i (
of land in Florida. COMMISSIONERSThe '
\1 1 -irillln's! dancing: The Savannah News has it that !

St Jo-eph's; hall Fri- I
,.' It these houses will establish branchesin '
county commissioners met in I' It
several Florida cities, including
\1'' -. B. M. Crona are the regular monthly session yesterday Iii
Pensacola, the branches to be established MILLINERY
'If :a fine boy. Mother afternoon, Chairman Welsh presiding [ .
well. within the next two
a I month and all the members in attend
II company will run a
i ance.
of Oct. 71 These two concerns, it is stated, I OPENING !
: the night;;: The minutes of previous meetingwere t 4tT
.r Little Folks' min- will carry the competition into this l
read and approved and bills !
fur the show are now1'l1knvilz's
state and will fight the combination
"11 store atI I approved by the finance committee I Monday, 13th, f
I on many point, coming into tLelatter's :
H* -rved seats may were ordered paid.
tt : own and tattling Tuesday, 14th,
territory : ay fl''
.' t ot'- on and after The bond of Samuel C. Pinney as isasHsaszs SSHEHS HSESHSHS
for a share of the trade on its own I Iground. Wednesday. 15th. I G
I IBrarc' notary: public was approved.A .

) .1II1utitu's ,., agencies to arrange forhandling : petition signed by the required I NEW ARRIVALS TIMELY REQUISITES I '

..a Nkfn Fruption '' number of registered voters was pre : f i'
of the product from Pena- '
I'piipleThey don'tvt,11 sented asking that the name of Geo. I t
any one who cola by the product from Peusacola
Salve. Itl K. Smith, socialist candidate for '
\rnici: : I'\'llt'' by the two independent concerns KID GLOVES Tin;: mST )lido: J.\ SILK WAISTS Sptiai; fur H.) )day' Selling! .
I II stateenator, be placed on the olli- I 1 "
i I.cureeal i will be established, it thought, i Celebrated 'Clementin without a pc"r. ; All OIJ! iiffVait* ; this seas u',. ,
cial billot for the November elec ill shades! guaranteed, $I 00. styleA ('':.UIl'/' you C'III't nlf.rd to mi-..
-. 2: -,: at W. A. very soon, and a representative of 11.1' Ht-llI1Yo'Dfll ":Optun Jay." in both *4 ;,I Silk \Vaist-; !special. . .
..' stre 121 South one of the companies: was here a few tion.A walking and Drmiiir numbers are perfect I JioOSilk Wai-t-. special-- ... ..f46 .
petition relative to road near i iI '- :Special attention is: called to elatiiity others at corrH-poinliii\ ) .! low pnc.'.. !
to look over the fitU. I f
days; since I I and patent tin nibs t

This visitor, it was stated on the I Bluff springs was referred to Commissioner .-1..1T. Walkinir: Olovps, ail shades. . ... 511 i FLANNEL WAISTS .
::8 .: } .. .. .. .. .. si-ou' Latest Crea- Brewton. t .> ..t. \\ alkll1g' hlll\-, ilk lined. $:' !tee' _._ .
docks yesterday, spent several hourson ''r One RuttonlJriviugilove) I .. .. .. .. .$1n | auvua uc arj' adjunct to your wardrobe ,
\V. B. Jernuan was granted license : ,---l'', i *. 1, *:', ?:! 0. $.1 lo S4.50. i iqL
; : ,\ ijllltblove* i lwr"tl'dwhlte.Jrayand) .
dock the facilities .
and dancers the looking over to carry a f1 11'3. : ....) black: .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 11 I :
IdlUi:11IC: ( uig- and yesterday hid a conference : 'I

\ : and each season; : with railroad ctliciaU. It was the I Report ol poll taxes collected was "L. i \T"-\\ r CORSETS! i-\n: {YSTAMAin).> .\ : !i: : I If f ;I 1

'."w for those "com- I received and filed. 1 f All leading styles and length?.. 0a : ,
opinion he had requested: rate?, etc., I \v.f.
It i is needless to Certificate* of democratic nominees / \\ l For cfIIl1fot. style and the grace I f

is still a IKi for the conduct of his business. i, (/j t 'j bS9! W. B. will impart. We specially! '.1' : .
n.'ley for stale and county offices I ;J il/i i.I.."li mend It as an ideal Corset, $I.CO. I I It
.\ i I. U. Field Minstrelsr \ I
sunkeniili! I'aru'jMd.Hemleron were filed showing names to be i fl I I .
: the past fifteen Full Line Just '

i rent season Mr. Grimttt of thiplaeel I II placed on the official ballot for the \I\'It' '/ I 1'I'M costumes are not cPmplete FORBES.'I! : !
I II \' \ Price from I.iU I
I \s stricken with partial paralysisanil November election. range $ to $6 !
'I!M ited an entire new 'I I.
I completely lost the me of one I y
line in which the arm and .Id!:'. After being treatedby Louis lloiey was allowed $3 for \ WAISTINCS 1'ii1t!\i.iiiiTF: : 1V.11"' : I : ,

'l artistically: coma an eminent phjMci for quite awhile ''I'' damage to a pump. i itotuau and Arabe-que designs; .S,,1. : t

.itcsque movementsict : without relief, my wife recommended i i
.. Cl tinberlaiu's Pain liilin, I The county physician was requested :
: H by far the

..! his long; career asi and almost after; u-fug entirely two cure'bottle!.;-of IIHi IL'I Ii. to attend the next meeting and i $ W. J. & B. : d

i iiieuig novelties.! "doJ.lI, Mm.: Logan county, report the number of patients the I '

\ inns etlorts 3 i.; disM !I Iv.I Va. :Several other very remarkjtblf county has sent to :St. Anthony'shospital. : .
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.ut from all otiifrniedy. cifiof paitial paralyihave i I Ii
been IT. i-inl by the u-e of tlu-> lini- i If You guy Them it the Ho-toti tell.' Store, They are Good :1 i ie4
Al. Fi-ld'- ineiit. It f i.. mint widely known.IIOACVH. Smith for I' iI I
The bill of expense THE WEATHER
l 1will appear !licreir :a> a cure for rtuumati-m .t I

-i,:, '.w ui nt. W.itcii sprains and. bruiseSold by dingKist of sending; Honny Boy Thomp-I I Ii

l' o'clock\ : tOIIKir- I : bud mtilu-me dealer:. I II son to Tallahassee for safe keeping FALL DAYS .j "" :
(I - TO-DAY i "I

We hard been reliablly was fully discussed; Sheriff Smith '
I I I Ii

\ l. .. i u.isii qUIckly| yitldi. I i informed that certain sa- -how inj by what authority he acted ,: -- i! ARE COMTNG. j j I
id-b.. I 1ly': C'rtani: 1: ilin
but the matter was: postponed till a Loral horirnstlnii' toniilit mill liurs. I 1 I IC
,- 1':1" iily aroinatit It i i- off ; __
loon have
\ I ; :''fOI'1: !i theII!. t n I keepers put later meeting.. I II day fn-.n niirlUtnstMiiJ 5. i an't wear those; light Shoe* much Insider.: ; We art ready for you with 'I

"L d i '"-,il- the wf.olctin/; : i inferior bottle beer on be I the most up-to-date line <-fLadiesfr J
The Brent road to
was reported
\ I" n tduTu-P-itilil.[ .\ n'mil I I Temperature in Last 24 Hnurs :

I -. i"it irrli which!\ i- dii \'- their customers by taking in bid: condition and Commissioner Maximum .... .... ... ..... ...... ..... .... "degrees Shoes
1.1'i to t'u! di-t 1-t:i llIlt ini cinders Mlniiuum ... ... .._......... degrees! Gents' and Children t I II ,
off the label and palming Shelby was authorized to buy I
:"j i ni b.\ u-"il. ( it'.miV"HH(1 !
I aa >|11t"'llk. 1 on their customers as at 10 cents a load to repair it. I Temperature Elsewhere : I i ver seen in our city. ('ill and see for y,,iiiselfV ire anxnuito show

i r diiu I :.:i-is.ii livm. .til. : }tat. Mtntluntft I you our hide t I Ii
Ito Schlitz. We must insist Scott M. Loftiu: in behalf of the .\ ... ..... ... M 4ii
1\In.arck .. .. ... .... .... .--lie :iti -- --- f
'r'am It dill iu-ed..Ii Hoard of Pilot Commissioner; addressed ... i r
I Chicago ... ... .... 5 II'' 'I'
,'< 11'.lletl!, x."W upon this being discontinued l Cincinnati.. ...-..__. .__.._.60 .is ,
I the board and requested that jauestoii! ._._ ..... ... ..._ Tl q i t I I
or we will take legal Huron .. ............_.._ 7I 21 I
i bills for harbor police and hire of Jacksonvtlle .............. ._.. 8G 'I Boston Shoe Store I
rut; ;: Fall I KUISlii, Ity ..IIf :P! I
; s Millinery steps. launch for August be audited and I Kev \vVkt. .. ..... ......_ M ;-' I ,
Mcmplm .... .... ..... .. ._... II:* 41 !
Opemnj; Wednesday THE LEWIS BEAR CO., paid ; that lie understood the finance Mobile ..... ..... ... .... ..... .......?..74 4>l )
I Montgomery ............. ....._ 70 4. _\TII.l'OH'lIrDIIH.: : Itl'lllril'fur. t i
and Thursday, Oct 15 Agents for Schlitz Brew- committee had failed to approve New irlfHus .... ............?71 .,:
dew York .... .... .. ......_ Ul 41 !
and ; I Louis .. ..._ ....... SO :ts ,
show! that the board had taken any
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/' the corks on action on the claim. He desired I NAVAL STOICrM MAKKKT. I Iy
C. K. OF A. SOIREEThe Mrs. lowers will open a dressmaking ; I. ;: ri
of Schlitz and ollicial action either favomble t"wwvw
some I \ department' in connectionwith Reported Dally fur The Sew. b) _
( II are branded Catholic Knights America ; or otherwise i n it would be a matter her millinery on the 13th; of Union Naval snores Co

\ will give a oiree at their hall of record. On motion of Commis October. A tirst-cia-s dress maker WW...... .... .. .511"0"11\1.H..' II t 7iWU. ''t fliulto <

\ ., \\VdtiPsday, Oct. 15.;: Tickets now slower Shelby the claim was not al i will be in charce. ...... n.... .... :i17:) U. I :.1 MPEI'Q
STCFti1L. "al!'. 10 td --- 9..._ .. .. .. :gab I F. 1 II.Si I.
.., 'J 1 UU Pts A,i3iS ftl:.I. -- -- lowed. Do you: want a magnificent watch .. n' .. .too E 1 Pg J i _

,/) /.I.q-: Try T1iF NEws Want column ; it Cl.i, II. Nix asked S-30; damage I'for little money? If =o, call on I ._ .._....m.. 2 :> I U I :.

-td// ( will pay yCHEMICAL.Ot: Stephen;, the jeweler. He will accommodate -: t.._ .. m.. .. 2 It, 1..a below I. I L: Il I
became of his horse falling through :I you.NOTICE 1! tlrlalTB Tl1aPI ll K-ol I'lfJf ,

a hole in Herron's bayou bridge. He R TAURUlT '

EbEJkAL CO. ING. was allowed\ $;o. OF ELECTION. ;L. ; L :l

Geirge; WiNouasktd $:)i) damagefor : Tn MierltTof Kscfimbia County 'aiecl ,
lorulft This signature Is en every tax of the "lIninf'laX3tiVC t 4- : ciI
road through I:.. It known that I. H. Clay rr 'fonl.Sftrrtarv =? 1 '
hard Tablets
the : being run Bromo-Quinine i'5t i f
of Mate uf the State of Murida. I
LOUISVILLE, KY. tin land without his consent. He I do !it>rfhsif notice that n be '''IIIW1lhat cure scold In one cUy. ; .
was allowed 2.!;: Watch for imitation beer I' i
b<* held -cauddaCounty: State of
CAPITAL I M. O. Higgett was re-elected road 1'101'1<11\.011 Tuesday next succe-dtug! the being passed on the public Compri-e all the Up-to- ; I I
$3,000,000 .
lint Monday in :\oember, \ L> H.r! tUe I
Dite Dishes the :Mar- !
superintendent, receiving four votes. saId Tu ''hl\ hemittbeHit for Schlitz; sec that every !
Kill tlKNO\KMKKI!. t
keN of the World ; ;
pxteniv.ilfpoit* of phosphate. Direct W. H. Kilbee who was not an applicant Ior OIK UcprestMUiitUt of the Third ("00' cork is branded Sehlit :. ::; fAITupd.
i "I 1" of rich and Irt'loIII\I Infirm of Flailing' the hill>- 1 I I' ,
:': lurtsof tilt (iermi'1: K.ill Works, includiuu: K .\INI 1I1 received one vote C. H. elehlb Congre'uf the United Mtttes.hor C B T O : tIA. :
,, IIf huh grade ACID 1'HOS secretary of :Mate of the Slate:: of A. l' .
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1s K l1 Y HJ.B R;sera 3Gt 2 -
for the Floruit. a :
applicant Bean I
: I \ !,1NK ( O'H)*-, :nodcutrpleteF'ertlti-r, including the Hartzog was: an eoiiiDtrollrr of the State of Florida. the nl 1 I
a BHIIFEnrlLI: / EH. tl1I' threat cotton and corn pro- roroiif .Itiiticerf the Supreme Court of 87 t: rf/dLz I Ladies' Privatet i.
"TlJTril", nor allied with nor controlled by any "contt I. the Mal of HonilH u ; : ::1 I
decided that when the hard tat two Kailrtiati L'oninussionerj of theState
financially\ and physically able, ready It was .
d It
t: -nt l'lJfp"r.itinli uf londa.
'.1 r into ioiitractthrough their He-idt'llt Maulerfor: road reachethe top of the hill south FOr Mate senator for Second "cijatormlDutriciof Dining Parlor..* 1 I
: the state of Florida LAST CHEAP EXCURSIONTHIS ;:
t i: product at reasonable prices to re-ponsible partie- i 1
convict -'o. muMcmbmof; the Hou! of Lepresentatlrrs t
Canoe Creek the camp _
I tol : 1 of the agate o( lorida. J

shall; be moved and improve one of i For lax .Hs..or. YEAR : ,
MARKS & GAYLE Ala. i For lax folleetor
Montgomery I '
the road west of the city. Fur County Treasurer.1or Regular Dinner Daily. : ::1
fl\" I'ounly I'omnil-c-loner?
I. \I"".,?..r? fur Alnlinnia, CrnrKi.1, :\Ii." and \\ost I'linnl.i, The board is iu session today re- For three Instruction.iiieiiihertor Ibo Lounty Hoard i'.i; : J I
of I'ulilic ,
"' "li'iin .ill .illoiiiiiiiiiiifalii should IK- n'lilrPhkUlin vi-ing the registration \lists. ForJU-a'reofthePeace in and for the :' l short Orders I'r,' 'I
Justice Disincts, viz i -
follow lUg : 1
o.l. I ill ilie.1. Nibf i or I'ay. I ::1
r X0'1
CAPTAIN FRITZWill \e. 4.i .
vurr.Ks ,
: xixjL. i For Constable In and: for the following t ..i f
Justicrt !Ui'-trlcti VIZ: i To Greenville and Montgomery 'I" ,..
>o.l. :\fondav.October2U If ""-.Homcthin Onnd to Kai I : '
SCHOOL BOOKS(( make regular trip between .No. :.INo I, 1 j
leavingTnton Monday morning wish
depot you you'll liult Ii at : : !
\A Pen-acoU, Point Washington and I oj;4 ; at 11.30 l :: on special tram Fare for I
f iTHE LARUK STocK EVER BROUGHT TO PEXSA- Freeport. Leave Baylentreet i 0.1\. I round trip. $2 )I). From Cant nuiieut Nick Apostb's j 1
fbp attention of the sheriffs U called to and Century same as Pensacola.! j i
wharf Thursday at a. m. arrive !
law them
tae requiring to cause a notice of I Mont :
(be aid election to be published in a newspaper Returning l ave l\mHv I Popular Restaurant. .j :
at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. i printed III tbe county, if there be. a : Wednesday night at 9:10: o'clock : f! c")'

.GEM BOOK STORE. .. ''Leave Freeport Tuesday at B a. ini paper In the county If there be no paperpublished sharp Coffee fre-hmont-- will ; I ;
in the eball 1
county they cause at !
i and arrive Pec acola 6 p. m. samed.H' |least five copies ol this notice to b<> posted I beerved on train going and rpturnin i ':IJJ Jlllal.1 !) l j i! .
round trip f5 one f:3. in tbr most public places the, county. ?. .11L;
Fare ; WilY '
I 1.\1": of School l'tmhold"rs. Etc. lfv'\r't) J iJi\) \ "
: 8upl'llI'T'IIIIt", Peucils. THOS. COMIO.N, Captain. inTestinion*' Whereif. I have b..rt'unto..tlilY 'I' Piirctn tickets at ticket office I 'Ii 'V j) ) ; 1
baud and affixed ibuOreat seal ', information
further apply to
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. SolmI [Us.] of the Mate:; ot Murida. at Tallahisre I For tcds.sT0rtTj.
I tbll I apical, thin the ttrntdy ROUT KINO or
I Watch corks; see I of "September. \. 1). 112. P. 1H-IM\S, : .
your a. CLAY CK\WrUUO. Excursion Bean tl e T".e Klcd Id i'J At.3Jj:
CHAS. R. JOHNSON branded Secretary: of ctate. Managers.The .,.# :
I that they are I To O-H>rltl! E. Smith, sheriff: Escauibt&couaty. excursion; t'> IJ'rminsrlnii: will 4.tur. L.L.7. .1 : :

:si* sorrii r.via FOX SIHEI-TT. "8chlit:." oa1o\oCI.1: :! not be rue on account of the strike. 14t't.PU BII i I :

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I Don't Treat Symptoms I FOR THE CHILDREN PEOPLE OF THE DAY I .-- -- ...-------------GOLD..- .. ..DUST.. .. ...--- ..-.-.. .. ..

; linnOld .Ire lonf Vr. Ilenderenn'aYithdreral..
the Stimulants and cathartics will never cure Indl e8t1on.
Go after cause.: y
One day thtre ..:.uie to the court of a j Hi,*. 11:1\.1 P. h1& uier" 10. weather
They may temporarily relieve the system but the next meal clops It again. The

t food should be digested.: T:e nourishment- health-strength It contain kIn! a gray lamed: i roif'>-"<,iwho of 'njrivss. iii m tine: luird Iowa district II Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work.

ihould be appronated-absorbed by the system. awusti tile kit"treatly.. He told the and el i+enki r i.,f the bll1"If n-ji

monurh a iuui'.H.r: t.i things be never res.,ntafues.,. h..- d; the i.- .": :to

GhilcSrcnThriva i KO DOL knew !lief"re. und the king was te- i i lion of his; |I' ; \ to suici-iHl luii; !> It.

li-'l.'cl.:: : but iiiiaily it came to a point l' .' !p.rt'.f Mr.U. ..'[' iHOV .If) ,
i purifieccle Inesstrengthensandsweetensthestomach.:

U S TU.s r -',,'(II"1 yvcry digests all classes of food and assists where tl.e! ruler wanted to know th> ....\ 'f...

d the st.,ma-'a and digestive organs: In assimilating and ::g"- of tin- professor so he thought ofa : // ; ;." <

transforming; it into the kind of nourishment that 11 mathematical iiro'.ilem. /. .#_:); ,

onKodol taken up by the blood and fed to the tissues throughout : ..J v: f.- .";
/lT-- .
"Ahem: said the kiJJ;;. "I have an > .I> ,
the varjous"onur,9: ct the body. Kodol cures indigestion /J"ip ,3'J1:,.

ri and dyspepsia: thus removing the cause of all stomach mtoriMins; sum for you. It is a trialIn 1...; "I-//.1fJ'/..;.// /' ,'- f A-/

troubles. Kodol $ves such strength to the body that menial arithmetic.! Think of the I r .p' ', I .- /--

It is invaluable: in all wasting diseases."I number of the month of your birth." ; ;'# ( ;:r./< /. (- ;; I--

wish to think you for what Ko-loi hasdons far me." writes \tJ\\'. the professor was sixty years j.- '
CartonGirtonIConett.llld. }
Df /:% :t 1'1' )
"It cured me of dysp.p,1akftereverytklnelsahaifasea! : ; ::: _
tljti away. I cLecrfjlly: r'COam1j.1It." old and had been burn two days before .r t 6 :::

i Kodol Digests What You Eat. Christina so ho thought of 't'll,1t'ni. /)'/ .t ...
F \ ') :o-
I Prepared by E.CDVltt& Co.CLl -...cJ. The 11 bottle contafns24ttmesasmnehbyaetut( twelve December being the twelfthmouth. i : ", ; .
the trial size which sells for SOc. Jtr"y- :
meaaart-nienti is ; h0.'t\ '
1 : .. .. I --
if. \'!: '
DCV\ H'S LIllie Risers the famous little laver pUll for biliousness 01CviostipiiioQ. "1'said the .1.' /0 ,.
Early professor. : -
tM .I -
1 ': mate, tborou.h. They never gripe \

rd "Multiply it by two; continued the I tf1f &;1 ;1 ,..6! J I jj I

John ;-hfenpardH! : r ;Pharmacy Sidaey Kami. kinz."Yes.. ( ; 4',2 f; : .
I F.xZz: -
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/ "'" .r. t
.\tlJ five.
/i 's. *-

; Flaa.nii'x D1),11n Lp neustt e.s i The Teacher nn.l the "hlrl.Tli "Yfrs." answered the professor dotes F,? _. .

}' Th I Il.eL'ice: : of til" n.1 ittaiuiii Isituh. .re! i!: a tfiu-hi-r in :h M.-UIM.I In nht'r. so. : !t :"', ........ \
in New JI wLo !has I'.rooklyn ":\o\V multiply y fifty." nct. ::; ... ,,'_ \ -
in'f rsey .
c t '! ..': '. ..- \ ry ":Ir l..ruff'. a' and" ,, -:'_ 'IP"0 _. !I \\.1.\\
Ilt.lif'I! iou'I. rfi..tiuEW' it is utr birthplace and "1',,":." <''''.'. ... .. : Snow white clothes arc the result of
d Vl.- :I : '! TII'r..rl' ii'' I It -H'-: .... _. : 'S'If >
I. ? +i ,AS klf.\\\
"Add r :.. ,
... It is only nei-es" I was IIIT rv>ideiwe until she! wandered your age. .
Iv i t''I" : iry :" 'f.X: ...r. .. '. 'M.,.
a t Into the wilds; of Joricj to tram the "Yes." i .. \t_ '\" "'"
!II' I', .. ;.11'1' such ntlillf'S, a* Honolulu I '"::1P. ; ... \ \"\' ,

1 u.', ;, !I..uui' :' 1 Ii'i 1 i / ..1 i l.i t I. Ku .\ u'.i-i.! : :! -\p. in the way lie should "Subtract! 3G3." I ..' f.r-1/..:::"! ;'o....:..\:..".!..<.!.; or\., GOLD DUSTit
L 3f ,r;' Aiiioiu LIT srhulars "Ye'." !#:. \.\ Ii /
!, a,. .. .1 m I L.l ,;... .. : ,U.I: > .1.-.1.'I ..\- 1"n".IT.'I.I } !.ro .;'r "" '\" j,, (." ',

f 1i, t ... .. .\ H..'..: I 1'1": .\1"11.1' t'trCr; w.i- .>in- 'I'... a Tommy lius'stll. who \-Itl 11:;." : '. .:. '''' \'''':''.\to\.\ ,. '\'

.. .... v \\ .-I:: u.:' im-oi uii.le.! One day, "Yep""And .; {. ..yl. :
i ( iJ 't r 1"0:.: '. Y.. 1 i .-; in- ;- ? i .. ? rna.s. l.ght: } the; :.aoors o.t. 1aS'.ng.w.35 ; .
.. autu.l I 1'It.: ""'.11 i x'-a-i-'ed.'! : the leather caught now, paid the king, "might I
ar I I' I.I or I.- pre ,
., !. ,'H:' t'., 1.1 n'l his if'urii! allli'l'; I h.m a sahiug! tlat ask what the result N?" !'\" u. r'. i"! MI! !I." '''. cay Into pay: day. Better than: a': .
n lie lib titth rattle in their Mx.kt-ts. "Twehe hundred and sixty repliedthe
4 u : : I all.i t .- : y "tit' prove ; son ar+t'Mil sri">'at lu.ere in "II p." : : Ned economical

:, ., ', ..,! u.iuie \'iu'Ou"! : was her clutch: that IlrOfl'slOI''lIutlt'riuly.. I more
u.! 1 hb 1" a teal .ir< 1 ..".I.< -: ". >.;'.- i ,
1 \ 101:,- tore his shirt. The next iiiurniu "Thank }'Owus the kings re-
I 1. .' ;' 1..t I'l.i'e\ witoninie : -> ,
: in I born in Decem leading U'1'1. '. .It.- J.1 i; 1 1 II> ..i >tr..i-i i i .: --' I THE N K. FA:RBA'-K: COVFAr ; '
; the! I.'"! appeared| wall a neat l-undle Finn St.. 80 you were .2: :; '
: Iii tII'i
:Si. :" .a;\" I :.I"I1Y! '
Y'Ca F i : .. ,, .11 was protlui-t of LQ I ins it I before the tracker ou thod.'sl her sixty years auo eh?" I the eow ry. Mr. Hi-udorsou iias i arc \t., '!C':: r B.tor.. 5' :....O.abutcr: : > o: v\A. : .

IyI I :. "Why, how in the world do you j a uicnilnrof cunae+s fur twenty j. .1 i- '
o.e "! 1... jukfS: of his 1-tiure. Thee i ''
r "" asked theteacher. know:" cried the professor. ant! has during th" greater part: ot t'.1
ly t 'bat is this, Tammy I
I L.; t 1 .,. 1'e: gave it Le rt'inarlud inrlayt I Idl'.Ih' ". ". .
been i-f the
\Yby, retorted the king "from your time one leading; I
ti !! that! he "took the steamer: : .
The month of seiitatUi-s! his party in the b"t.'
I. the answer-li'tW.
"I dunno. teacher was reply. your
.yrtvI. \ ., the town of :\1\. 1
\ \ illy! Iy to jio to '
'* the twelfth and the last two In brief tie! rr as.ans the jKiitlt I..L.
birth ,
"Me udder awl was
ch t'pmse.
._43rV; WillY"LU.I.HUCU followed the re- : the bundle to figures give i gives: for dedining; tbe :.l : '
included The teacher opened your ace. 'TRY TEE WANT tUMU ;
ii dark and tht-nafter always fiiWi ;
tins i>hra,e in his b'cture. Itln.ii.iliy find Tommy's torn shirt with this "lla ha, ha!" Ia ;:hell the professor. this time are Unit lie is not in a\.r.l! i )

I memorandum : "Capital idea: I'll try it en the next with tbe state I plattorm' and with had!

Ir a= produced the wine result "You: tore the shirt; now you can person. It's a polite way of findingout ins men of his party on the tariff "I Ii. >-
ii i when: u.ell.-\cw York Tribune.
tllJn.I .
mend it."-Crooklyu La ll'. i in'ople's ages."-Watchman. [Not
h4 I when the month is January and the I J Y
.Aa 1\1.
+ \tlI/r"'II'II.J)' IVriilinr.Up [ A.
under fifteen.-Kd.] No danger of consumption if v e l"3Y
in the m'lll; dtetrut of I\'nin i toa Ills Worm t1ni.". age you t. .

It is tinciistoiu fur trnployi-es to ('OD.I, "Hello. i'21'a:" cried the daughter oftht :. nseJFoley's: Honey and Tar to cure

A Secret. that stubborn coujh. W. A. D'Al- SfCCFSSOK TO AVERYnnLiilLh" .
tnlUtf so uucb 1''r capita each week Ito Wall btreot curator after the father
reached his after his rid A sweet robin sans from the old apple emberte.lil 8. Palafox.
k ter a fuuJ for prjviilmsoap, turrets !. porch tree: IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

aak : sl'Oe! ofT out from the city t u a suburban! train
wa, ice w 1 t. I' lihrkiiis etc. sine Tv* a secret so sacred I'll tell only thee.

tbe iniiuli-r: in each mill l,.'iu; al'IIlJDt.1! and seated his little: one on his !.net:. And thou must remember 'tis 'twuU tae Senator "'""n.. on Loner life.

{i] t toll t-i tak" charge of the puriUaiiigand I "Hut. i-aiia I'\e got one you cantgne bud thee. When an t'arl'isitor U'untl'n'l1lntn HARDWARE

1 tS U:stnl'Utmjj of supplios. young : ::'." "Come under the tranches and blossomsso the :Maltiiy! building; at 7 oVluck one

'' ". ', Ct-It has had this duty In one of the : ".iu't guess:" said the financier. sweet I morning last t-prinjr; Senator Pettus of .
Iriis X-il-. -. I'h\I I-. Saw :Mill and .
v 'i' ml.l!
close to I Alabama was discovered at his dt'''k :
mills f :I. -. l'okrll!: and HI itii-- .-tmeI'.mt. t ,
I ;ln -
v afti-r the whistle bad for the ".\ good one, too" chattered the little : my feet. working bard. Ills teat was off and '
And 111 tt 11 thee a secret thou must not V.t.df: CtiUutis.! Fi-:< IS and Fi-in/!: 1 .u' !k.
j l ; ft''ppin;: of work for the: day a grimy i :mil. "y lIU ought t.. guess it, but repeat : he was making an inroad into a pile '

24 ,, matlliui! -t found a very d.tiup and uuloxily I toil can't Now, if a student is a book I of letters. ,! AgalAii:; Till ware aim( IIoiisci'iiriiishiii ( ; .oil*..

I travel after he had naibed the worm what kind of a worm are you "There Is In the branches high over my "At work early ain't you, senator"
headA queried the'It it"r. Q-AGF.NS: F"n BIJIMINOHAM IIOLLINU MILL t'IV)itiant : \ \ \ $
+ wat.il1k.! "Well. that is bard We're all
,; j' a one. round little nest that's as soft as thy
\ I .. il. % ..t. ( stitched. .. I.11. I-
"Oh. nu" said the senator. "I j-o t u..ltlt.rorthamp: :
"StH'ddy.. he r.ili.-d: to the custo sujijioM-d to IK.- worms in one way, 1.-<1. '
t \V -.I L.ftiu & Riml PoMjer Co.. J.1i.a.. ..
; : i lan. "this! is tbe limit to ask! a tol".l" : said the speculator. And over It hovers the sweet wife I've bed reasonably early every night and .
i'e 1 .
t + went. I then I i... :.e I i. Kill!!' and luck :Stove and Rtn-. .
o'clock in the
get up o uroruing
a o Tes. but be '
w.p! juu'd a tapeworm, L' '. & t 'o. n'.W Hide Lace Leath..r.1. .- -
s ,I iea "U'.u't y< z to so alrish':" r..tortf'd'' broke! in the little girl. with a burst of "And what do you s'pose Is tucked under so that I am down here by ;. 1:011I Md': liidroid C'dur

1 IldlJj.. "1'i"y! or sixty just a* fioml; asyt : l..uiitrr, ; "\OU read the ticker tape so her wings eighty-one years old and sound in mind

h..Muoijtid on it alri-fi'lv.. and yz I liitKll" But four very wonderful beautiful things I and Imdy. The only thing I lack is Masonic 1'rmrlc. Penat'Hl; : ,,, !
i< -y : For which the sweet mother bird gratefully
h is the fast tt 'Owplaiu.-l'ltiJadeI1'1Iia "That's right.! was the answer. sings: I money, and yet" continued the sui l'i --

Tinges.I I leork Tribune. i awe philosophically, "I don't know -is .'

-. They are three dainty eggs which we're I I ought to complain. I notice tint tin ROYAL STANDARD\ \IviliSktiB \ )

AI11'orlc Trrr.The i guarding with .are. men who made money and then hr- '
r.ualhh Meat Tie. In each egg there's a baby bird hiding!
iu' oak trw under whOM hrnnchesAbruhum I tired are all dead itetiring from bee.

:: : l.iiiLoln and Stophcu A. I 1 The real English and dish taw should pie wbieb be better N aeown'on Do you So there wonder: I'm glad with a secretso ness seems to be fatal. The Illl'nI n Years Old, in Cases cf 4 Full Carts at S3 2C : :*

t l> held n political: dehate in 1"!;VS I rare?' : live long are the men who like mysi-.I!: UL
known here. The bone end of a piece -Penelope HuntThe -
18 si.U Mu tlitV ill I1"'WII.t"lI.! IH I Ire poor. -Wasbiujjton: Post
of veal is stewed till the meat is tender i flhll1'4 1VIII...KETi-di-tilled: at t'! .. N
It appears] to bi leuiuries oKI lu 1WSthe
I iIi with an e c uiarkt-d au UK >siire tint
n I lu'tn. Take out the hone, strain the amusement may he had: in a I D\GER IN FALL COLDS. tit-fore. JIIttlill;:. It i is absolutely i ur' it I. i I

l 4z. kmuMi as llt-ns'iaw's paMiirt'. a f'iniier fctix.k and separate the veal and hamjiw company of boys and girls by asking tell! < d quality by any Whiskey "f t: '
I' 1 I'lil'liinif'tui,1: plaif. (;,"'rl'; Hen I Fall colds are liable to han on ..1! I 1" matter where! produced. Tilt. U >\ il -:
Cut each in and :
I : 's. strips lay in them to draw a picture of the face of ' tin-"WIII'. .\a a I'w.wwt. lie I r ei_'' ytarold: when bottled, :I\,, !. o, '1.-
alternate 't'rs in a deep \taking disli.Sr.ison. a d.k.Iot: of them would be likelyto winter leaving the seeds of pneuinnia "-
1 :0-1':11,1: in li.ixc tlc ilfliatv thtTf. lie- i 't- -x.alb nt quality i i- the cheaj; e-t W'
cover with: the clear stock and draw the letters 1in'l'ad of hill bronchitis or consumption. rley's .
: :r., u tIlir'I'! ot 11"111..1.1! The two tii, ,rk''tat: that price. A"J b\.ra.'>
,oI.LIt"l s f ; niiid States erauitr'a inii-li the dish with a flaky crust that for four and would forget lerhaps that honey and Tir care* q'n -kK' It" .h..IIHdy. 1 pure stimulant, there i- I' .
.nl ." id 11 I will )>ale tiiekly. The dish is eaten all the letters of the dial hbould stand and preventpri.>Us re-uts.! It !':. i | ;i"\1 in c.s-e- containing no inaikiu w .
> : a MTiei UotiatfS I c'.I,1, and when cut like any pie it will with their l,a-.e toward the center.It old and rehible: tried and t'--"tl !' iu ci'iitetit*. If purchaser up: i u'! \

fsrdu f> .mid 11.,r n..e 1t"I.1 1 in lllooniin;.!ton ate bar l found that the meat is set lu a delicious N probable that mo.-t people renda ate Ill I Iure.. contains no I'PI' i a"- tl,,, \\1.1'1.\, is not satisfied with f! .
tra.j'I''I'': !> C: i.'n far ml. tu-ar. A : and will!!
not 11'I
cnn.ttpate.V.: A ,
I ; jelly. clock dial by the io.-itioi of the figures I' :t nuni same at our f-xpei-"
;ift 1I.ttl'lI ,i fur I.t'! ..!nlid.iti-s was con. or letteis and disregard; the fig D'AlHiiih-rti- S. P.JLlf"x.CUl4Se. :I' wlii! he refunded.

ii { ; rUl.t"I trl': .-, tl ir:';rr the liuuulis of i .\ :ilti'dtrshould 1 be accompuM-. i .
A Rrpuirkntilp I'dlllon. un-s tlitinseixf-i. :Some of the lanrer -
+ this uJ! .,.d u. !It ,..,,dt' prottsi.j I the : TIGIITYEARS CLn ar't.ce. p'.'-tutice money order. b..I"I Ii
., The koe<< ier of the ii,t'numeric at Versaili's d..I.iIlW made for steeples: have .. ",
atldleuie us '.'. :ll! -its the peak !',;. t 7:' l i r. I. iii.y:, order.Vr refer to 1H hiik -
during the rein of Louis X'I.ha,1 only a st ailt! line at earl hour place, .
t.h r any uieu-hant in I'eu.acIII.I.s. .
I orders to aduiini-ier six bottles of and they serve their! purjiose aduiirablj. t a
.' : \ t ..1.1 *niii.IMinird .
E I'Urcumly every day to a dromedary '.
\loit II.', oiut' invited to :
I wbu.h bad grown feeble with old ageand It has been found however thatwhle A. FRI EDMA, ;.
the h.i.s!' "I'I! t'1'niitfss:: athilde. 111'DRINK
: wliicb the king: wasery anxiousto most 'IHTMHIS have no accurate
and lid' .' dun! < r. s.itt-il beside h'shtii.tts. '
; kern alixo. lii spite of this ultra know d'iof:: dials. any marked de- .. I.EPsiPRIETeR.P.sstt: "1 1.a r
i' ,
t.' fhd.iif off a brilliant -
p"i< te is treatment the animal died, to p.uti'.re from the usual method of
I i. I dbpl.n;' I': liienoi !Ls. Looking heEotk'tl I
u\t markins thaw! is at detected. A I' O BOX 4IH. .
the despair of his nurse, who pe- once 11.11-1'1"
; ;, ti.,n the fount Nieuwerkerke ; i
1 tuKim-d! the kin;: with a view of olita-n- dial I U-ariiiK IV itsnicad of the four JiiSKElp' ouiiinj. UMT lu jinn in the conver
i. i: ins the! "succesvioii! of the dromedaij" straight; lines attracts e\eryliody's at-
hl sationi.o aw.\. ." Inenll,tI I to humS e YrRlrnMAK
'I I I -that is tll say all the advantages attached tdltiou < I KKD: ( K\ I.F'"I !i.'andle every cli-- of I.
i 'i f.ntili.irly.;! us alone, you great. t
to Ills person 11 I bulkr b. >tilc, w liohralf-: rf-t.tii. I
f "r Jealous. I.'rdUII| : I A little .Milliner. WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. are way down.

} \ th i At \\ bioh the princess ro!(\. touehMI The uiilliiiir the world. .e
in _
youusfct .
odd Mono.Some V" ttt-t' .v. ill 1 f fttl tlf II r II I.. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST Pff-
Iwr Boor to the hell and aid ,'. .. '. ., .
Hazel Fowser nu. ( 'd'
of the Virjiima! applicants for :t little San Fraueisco in Cor ; it i"('n lit i ill.iii
; 'I' ; Tumluit M.:! ,Shout hi I
M'f\llIt: to *
girl, only six of Her artistic whte Rita IVmt-dv
ritrtlou as voters give queer Ull.' years age. "o will cursor dtir..vthe
j tarn:,,.l'. Lie U not dining hole to- (h->-a' tlIlPP-'II.. fir uicotiolic. >'nn'.-
ki I creations are the wonder of the
to the questions! asked them. (antsxh"tbur the uiitirnc It a coiitirmiliaebr
i. i'i i night One negro thought the general assembly city. With the !basis of a runt::! brown 1 ale, S tippler! social drinker or The Star Laundry,

R straw tl'i' little artist is said to fas-b- drunkard Impo-iliit- ti> h.t\c ir
I SPE-4 M RE THN SIOOO. was ,vou three! gentlemen sitting upp-tue { 'r' Hl'uhohc Ilijudrs after ulny
\ there" with a !bow to the recistmrs.Another ion bonnets which are tbe despair of white R''bon Kemnriy,
: W. \\'. I'-ikt: r, of 1'1.1:11111"eb"i t older competitors. Her ideas are nil liul T. II toy J..IJII.r; nf \\'. r T. Ii Busiest Best !
tbouht it was "a place in Biggest
t write- "My w f sutltfril from i Mr' Miorn. ore" sup-rinten1cnt mil Wo- ,
wI : the product of the little milliner's own .
) '
> man'sCbrtkUitii
the woods wberetbi y w 'nt to worshipthe : T uipt-raac* [ 01011 \ n-
I r'r 1 Inns trotib! fur tif-een years :--JP! Lord." A third askedto brain fur she never bad tile oppor- turn. i'alifornm. ante 5. "| tintt'itc I was
e; ; t tried ti iiiirut ..r of (j..ct.'r* UI'I1' -pFttt I tuity to observe the handiwork of herrivals. \Viiit Kitt>on K"mt-d> on sere. nti-t'iiHt.-
the freedom of the druTilinrJand
1 ci.ii '1:11 press. (ureahav. h.n ninny,
over $W' with Ill! rloht'f.On.: .> bt'.1| In msnyciteteeRetn ,1,0 "'\'''a ilcretlv. ;.-
j ,,e M dime very low and lo-t all hope. A "\V.en! >uu get in a {crowd shove us : I cheerfully r.-em'n':nd'pnd n- Ii:

.Y i friend recommended Fo ley's Honey I laugh as: you ilea: be replied. i dorWbitf I 111I..1.\' \t. ml 'r- ,,f Tier Speak i
A labor nvlnK Device. our t'nlonareil-: ud to and I HII .."II'"-
+ i and Tar thank thin i
and tn
( great I C.\ CEn CtKH) BY 1U/OOK 1UI.5I Aunt Frances said to her nephew one iniral treatment to aid us in oar l..I1I,1..r.
s remedy saved) her lifrt. She enjoys auce work:' 1

better health thin she hi day: hruggtt.or hv mail. $1 1 Trial( p.ckHfret (..

;k, s known in, ten y-ar.-" Ilt-fu-f -uh-ti All "kin and HI.-M III.PAKCU Cnrod.Mr "Uhat will you do when you are n by writmt! Mrs. A, M Townsend for fop Tlipniwli'p f s '.

+. ,; toteV.. A.:J)'.\lel1l ).-rte, 1'Jl: :-0. M. L. Ad 1m", Fredonid Ala., man Tommy?" years secretary of a Woman's Christ ii .* II 1

1 Palafox "trtet. took: ]!tanic Blood Balm which ef "I'll prow a beard" was the unex: ian Temperance Union ,, 218 Trerr.ont

l'tl'tll't'ply. St., Boston Mass. I MHO d.i r.-n-u a .\ .
r -- (. .ttU.I1rurpti! an eatnv: cancer of [ We let the !ir
I Hainmii llo- : :S r\1&' it sIf :
I Medical Society. thp ni'-p and face. The "ores healedup \VhyV" she nsked."lwaii Cuffs we L! und..r .

perfectly. Many: doctors hadgiven 'e then I won't !Irate warty
There will' be a regular meeiini of j j fieui-elves.! They will t--
up her case a, hopelfe hun- so much face to wash," ;:mini l"i.'uLittie !! : > r
e tie Pensacola Medical dooiety a*. Si ;1 tI!,.tnwecan.Vewantt :
dr -d* of caneof
cancer eating ; ihiomilc. BEST FOR
ne Board of Health offce at E THEROWELS i i V!L.. work d. .
I ,res, 'uppt-ratinij; swelling. etc.. SI 'S_ more by we I
w it o'clockp.m.Tur dayOct y ;
have bepn cored by mood Balm. Z what we -.J.\'.
i ; Visiting priysicians are cordially .\motg others Mrs.! B. M. Oueruey.: NOW FOR FUN.
inrited to tll"IIJ.DR. -
Warrior -'tand.1:1..
1 : : Her nose andlip
j l'resident. were raw as beef with offensive r 1e4 rna aftT n t a refuKr. h ftftLr TT rem.nt of the ALL WORK c. o. D. Gauds S CallEd for and Deliver; :
di-charge; from the eating -sore. br,. .B :j dn\ ) u ir or .., u,. Ae.pu a
!;1 p DR. L. DEM. RLJCKER Doctors advised cutiin. but it t wv juf n ai 1 b* f. lijw 11 'r el lifAof Tt->
: : ,
1 1lr ', Secretir IrntfiT- "t''l | onI'daniti T'' imontb 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
I ii25ttf- failed. Blood Balm healed the est uirst. in >c | rfiM-t .gar sir heeling ue TELEPHONE
and clean u u take
sores and Mr. Ouerney j;: a>

sl a NOTICF.. well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm CANDY WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

also cure eczema, itching humor, 1 51M 51219Mth CATHARTIC _
I have been authorized to take
scabs and scales bone pain, ulcer! 17C
subscriptions forVm.. Jennings i blood 6 13 o
offensive pimples, poison, carbuncles -

1 c Bryan's paper. "The Commoner. ;;scrofula risings and bumpson Nf 72I23 : W. B WRIGHT comPANY

cs I The price is #Lo0 per year m ad. the skin and all blood trouble?. \ w 1 8 I5 2124 ,

vance. Those desiring the paper large bottle. .
Druzziyts, n per 1 .
.1 I can have it sent to them by sending Sample:! of Botanic Blood Balm free T" 2 9 16 23 30)01'l \ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS

I ., fl.OO to tte undersigned.: and prepaid by writing Blood Balm -

!I H. M. Roc tE.a Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble 31s

a 4 it, Care Daily News. I and special medical advice sent in +t 4 11 ]8 EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY TLUMBER, LATHS,

----- -- --- sealed letter. It I is certainly worth fleuant. TalataMe Pottnt. Taf te Ro..d, IH Good

.:.7tzij Refri'erators-liehave a I while remedy investijjatios; Blood such Balm a remarkable cures- :i-- per Fever. box..btc Addm'n.\\rlTD T.raken., fur (rre Grip taiuple..10,antl r. and booklet M reap OJTEBJJ58

few left, which we wiU sell the mot awful worst and most BtllPf COiriST. CHICAGO *r StW YORK. .

!r4! I at cost. ,,1Iarston5' Quina. i l l deep-seated blood diseases. i .KEEP 1 "

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Worth "Trying Again: Zola on Education. I

Fred Tno ImpecuCons\ author passed over Emile Zola was asked the other day I

rMrs. the manuscript with a faltering hand by a French journalist to give his ideas f.

Street. Benton Harbor. Mich. The aged but truthful editor started. regarding education. lIe replied: "I

I "Er-Mr. Wrightly," he said, with was educated at the municipal college I #,

hers their ambitions the air of who has become at Aix and the
asd to give my as are n man just Lycee SL Louis in i
pt ,
"I am with Wine of triumphs! and defeats. I saddled with a great thought: "did you Paris. I lost my father when I was 1n

tl "pace am wry grateful Healthy women do not suffer ever hear that Walter Scutt receivedthe quite young, and, as my mother was !

Cl, UIhdf.. Afttr my first miscarriage nor does I suggestion of his first successful very weak in her attitude toward me, i I '

for ItS.wa, born l could not a woman who ia healthy novel while he was washing his hands?" I was able to develop In my own way. I' 1
hFv r suffer tortures at childbirth. f
rgim; my strength "I-1 believe I read' of it," stammeredthe I did not learn to read till I was eighty : :" ,
sum \ d.xtor me It is the woman who is ail I I
aI!!!!0 tat he considered gave ing-who has female weakness impecunious author, slipping his (>nT!! old. I may say that I educated far Infants and Children. "l i "
: but instead of -who fears the ordeal I'I'riCll' hands Into his pockets. .\ faraway myself, and I think that is the best

-If'I su letter,I grew weaker of becoming a mother.Wine I look came into the face of the aged way. I do not believe in school educa The Kind You Have Always 15ouffht lias borne the signature i .

g:mg! d.1y, My husband of Cardui builds up the womanly but tl'Ulhfultor.!\ tion. of Chat. II. Fletcher, and has boon<< made under his I 1 y

amtlae hems iningwith if n. Fred "nmtll. in a woman. It stops I "I was merely! throwing out the suggestion personal supervision for over :;0 '('ar... Allow no Intol Cardui and in- all unnatural drains and ." he said softly. Lady Somerset' Visit. I I'
e or to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and i.Tu..t.aogntul" i\:\ 1
s .. for a wetk seamed strains-irregularities which are responsible Lady Henry Somerset, England's ill
attbapuld ". arc but Experiments, and endanger the I I
do for me. As he for barrenness and miscarriage. IVpjH on Lent. Frances Willard, will make only a j ,

;pass so much !faith in it I did take the It makes a woman strong and The scarcity of fish in old times In short visit to this country on the present health of Children-Experience against; Experiment. ; i

tC'' jlclne sad: was very grateful to find healthy and able to pass through pregnancy England made It difficult for the occasion. She comes primarily to '}
1Jll poorto I
:'llli\j slowly ntuming.: In two and childbirth with little suffer The Kind You Have'Always Bought
cV I w.1S: out of bed and in a month I ing. After the ordeal is passed the I keep Lent Pepys remarks, "The attend the national convention of the :, s

treks able! to take up my usual duties. I Wine prepares a woman for a speedy 'I talk of the towne now is whether Lent Women's Christian Temperance union Bears the Signature of i ;

L Wm enthusiastic in its praise." recovery to health and activity. I shrill be kept with the strictnesse\ of ad

Lf lull! nil) is the noblest duty Wine of Cardui, in re-inforcing the I the kings proclamation, which Is .

Mutest privilege women organs of generation, has made mothers t thought cannot be, because of the poor

Mi'I ',"- nra. pireta. Withof women who had given up hope of I who t"lnnotuy\ tish. lie also says: I I t t i. t

,nvlegewomen donot ever becoming mothers. Wine of Cardui I "Notwithstanding! my resolution yet, I ; Iff tfj
i :
in! life-too often they will cure almost any case of barrenness j i fur want of other ,victualls I did eat I''
world discontented, except cases of organic: trouble How I # r
tlosh this Lent and "Our din-
.1, (ir own selfish cares can you refuse to take such a remedy j I In Use For Over 30 Years. t !
IIl'rlS only sugar sopps\ and fish the '
II..w different H the that promises such relief from suffering? -
.. .. ..
only time we have had Lenten dinner 1.r e..T. "" TT .u. 5 nrrr .rw vend el P r
it'-hin", her children Wine of Cardui simply makes a
you a _.
ii j anil womanhood. strong woman, and strong, healthy all\ this Lent. : :] ; : =: }'

.-, .any lives as she has women do not suffer. 'l'heylook forward I OR.MO FETf S Cures m,

: < and sorrows are to motherhood with joy. j She I'lrkt Women on the Stage. :" W.f4. I r--- i Diarrhaallsenteryand I a' \ :

It Is how ascertained beyond doubt : j the Boucl Troubles of -

A million suffering:: women that women first appeared' upon the 61: fi) ;, 'Wlu.JlJ1 I Ci;dr no'AnyAge. I'II'

0 f CARD have found relief ia st.go: : between November\ 1C(;), and I +- t;fi SA61 Aid i < Div non, I R guac/! I
I "' the I tI\'I h,
Wine of Cardui. January, WI:!. On Jan. 3 Pepys, that :v- J.S\FI" : Strengthens: I I' f fn1'

Inveterate playgoer;: tells us that he I ...., 'f 'S' ,. Costs Only 7i rprf at Druggist.., chi iEtTHlXG l hud :and EASY MaKes i' t
saw "The P.cggar's; Bush! h," "it beingw11 : or ; I. I
- i mail.atMloC.oJ.MO.FITT. M. D. ;T. LOUIS. MO. ,
I I IJ .1,rut'. and here the first time that I TrsKetES.Aa.Julv1".l'!: '. 1111.i. I I. M ,M-PTT' :Mil), r :0' : ,1' ." n 1.11 t.. lunUilut IcIiauUint* ><>amyeipcncice t
: .I" '_h. I 'it P Sum, -efari. I the "ith ynirfXLO.I ht'i re 1 li, me. tl- ETIII'.I. 'ir : ->. .-! ,rto n r't ''itnM.hashiHniu! : .UIrou'ilftcetlii'ij. t r
,.. .. ever saw women come upon t" r ,. nod ast\ ...i.lelinl'il.aii'i'f ,. '. !, Ilir ,b.-!, [ t
n I 11.1 ly
: :-;' tii- a-lvrd > ) | 'Ijc'; ui i > c .Ins. '
i : o! : II"
of dif .
.r i I'
< ,
$t::;;,'. Cornhill; Magazine. '"I ft | ire bl I"I 1 11"f""t" : 11 nut-a' .t Ilrl I 'lai.tii |l..ud"r. 'I
.' .Mi.lL.ll: : life II' I 'in i ,'I' *u.'I"'I'| Tilt' LADY EEXKY SOJIO&Er.: it.rrlIrd.Crnm'IUtryTIETlil\i..t- I Ir.rdn'rI !"t', .- 1,11 '.: ., --tal.sdntuu- J- ; i
u"r'l the L".d. in. nc-ular: "',1.1: .' ''.It. I i.rrlll"\U1 "'.. I i-i, '" I >>
.. ;_' I :,' u-:: ;i =,'d.! tiiMr! I ,, ,, , i '
: i iii. : A MtviiiilitfiiriMiril I'. Ct Portland<<'., Oct. ]7.:i2. Lady:: Sf.nierect I.ILM. D. W. )\'l\r.I1 I -ir ti.lft i : t i 171'.Yrar'
.. d ". i.'i !L:\. ot l f h tar, .,' it .
.' I!. >ol binguIrr : I ; i. l. : :!I': I II 1. 15. Lippineott once ventured to akOnida. I I : h- : ""lea few engagement-

: :inup is the i 4\ ..Ir" t tlid I :>. .1',II' 1-b:: to Iedly; 1'111".1 the novelist, bow she came toJ.IIGW yond tne f'., II :1 ii't: n. Lilt she will 1 remain p: W-p i I'l ,
b,.., !" \ W. y.1! ItJ.i I ,'::l It it U.vl'1 h j... uiueli about clubs life C ; L Ar. VliJW'A J.tfb
'It : ,
:0. so camp Iwly! a Iwl't'ks Inml'l't'a !Lit ,, p4..i1J tJ
.k"t"1 ,.. : I r
,, .: \\:1: bald. i. i..1. r: ur v itl, oatcake barracks, rambling houses and other She will III:-kl' addresses in Montreal, J : It I t
h1l'! .- l i ':. :1 ::i ai 1 ."i'I''''tor uud I t i
i: I 1.Ilel'8'lIkh are only visited! by men. Boston and Washington! which waas: \ KXr'KCT: TO SUPPLY: A MUCH I.a' .HEH TlUPbrins I. t
t' I I 1. t 55 a'i: : {1'1'1 I -n : you are tUII-1 I! She! placed her bands ujxni{ her knees far PS hi r short itinerary was irltuodwhen : : I i ,

,' :t...' tls.I tii 10):0' d :.. r '' .' 1.... 'II, I iaillUIt .It with and, lookini straight at her questioner, I \ she sailed for this l.'OUlltOil wiNTKii( ( THAN IVK I 11'>' i: 1 t-1. .
tike tw ", ." "I' 01':1 hraady-a { ,
01' :
I j ,1 llM| said "It is none of your business Sept. :!ti.
..thinnlvlass \'I'ry ,11tIt ll: 'lit; hi trleuse: w hi< h SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC -\l. 1.. (i ii

ei rI.'I. ttlay; be ruutalb' oi ill n-sscls like tc:, A IliirtloiiltiirulDid ",'''t'r. : ;

..' : 1. The ur..", % ilh tap;, th.ling i'l' hrlll'ti. I BiITkins1.1' t,11ou, about lt',3; Knowing.In j Thompson Olsen & Gt> .: l '
.. ., "!:- IiI.t\ can I know want I don'tknow' i a t ;
'.tl'.." from A.;' !.h.IX..II. ill tint IIt"IU:1iuttnt't'1| j love aTairT'"Oh I IIarn'esa

i : r."ialis are prone t-> ilui! ;ire that it is all the i iLr'i. \ yes' When\ he first met the girl,

1.1 I ,' ,nUiu: nla- In this nusttt-r I have board n i i'I.ilt' lie thought; !she was a peach and! she Mike-Xo. I-= ,,' Street, Telephone 147 __' : i i"i i
BIt'k-Tll're! I is sumrthhng! I don'tki.o.v
a. "I >Iyl"lI., ":\ w.-.iti-i; s ivpnK.cli a I' niinry\ !soon becaim the apple "f his eye, \but
:. and I know it. Then dou't I ESTABLISHED 181 i3. i
"'!' ''. ; the' laby- of mine infrwiilially: in a way'I he learned that she didn't give a fig

li.i: .. i.t.uu'h; << to ail that: nii'.ht to li-ixe HI; jeered his h.'art. for tint so it !:otJ1t'I'ame a case of kwev what I know? I

'. 'l.ll ,,.if IMjilltS Of The i_M.irant' j:. !:tleluanweut sour grapes.."-Toledo Bee. Mike -I I don't know.-Judge.I ; McKENZIE oERTING & CODEAIIK8 5 ; 5 : ,

i..i 11 the worM little: d, i li t" :iii
l'.eu.-t I.-it nothing in ln< track.; .. 1 3 t / 0
"tr'; "i t July tiiv- I ;,' .. ..".""_""';_ ....'-.. .. ..'......" '.,..----.UJJH1], -- .-.-...-.. ---....---10.
i 1:1: ", MII' UivMod'i lie al>o t'nd lit the iiiiM.-tiK ot .r.r'! -- '. '--------:1 I
'I'I. .1 ,'' space' i'in lTanilas! if ih..y bail been somitcli .J Ship Chan ler y and General H'ardware. : f {

." '! t tif-r! throe I"Ile.t! "}(. "Mou, "i"iir." n.ur i : J

t'-l U; MI uli, '. :lilod lll- inured! the ;.irl at length, "your dinner: I fij J TWENTY WORDS ( 803 AN1 eon S. P\I.U'OX HTKKKT.o I ,_ -

F't t "1awl: ton- is fl'ady.r:! she jiohitt: tn Ids :soup; ....'. .. vA.GENOV- I' ;

:-.1 i .' .1 t in-t by which! smoked! for him at the dining I : I -rorttj' I REVERE COPPER t'OMPANYJOHN A HOEBLJNO'B t KO.NH C0. I

.pi ,;I' '' | nanil I table prop r.-All the Year U .IIUJ. 1 1I E:!) (P J Jf GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RU+hELh EON'SPI'MPti. '

:il ; .." !lk! 1.. bw'u: I I I li
15 I gum *3fd fss'! ';. Ails 3nii& '. I II If T'1tnrld. SIiool.l pert. f tj'tj'S TWENTY CENTS (:f fAT j ta ,

I Our woild is spiiinjii space I eeWl. i5t:

,,! a'.1'i itilior.i rt .! !"I'| J of over miles per min I SC --- -- -- G. IcKenztejrtia! ;< e.l1ePtiu. Agent f.,r Pilots' Benevolent Aa. 0 ( | !

:l I ...1"tll.'> 11"'. !>:ns an! astronomer.' Should it i mrplI. i ciation.i i ii .
I It oC ; "1\' in! c IiI. (i11 with a Ilht'If tItril| j I '.
small amount invested in the DAILY NEWS: One Cent :a I "
'::1 ;". : ( :;"iH!:; :''t the san r'te: nf >in'ed.. i '
m Word Column often brings wonderful result There is no THE GARDEN SECTION r
I.u\ \litv."iM t 1 Iii the result? Tieeryi! II I L ; :'

I" I I I r- -i I tii.iil.trs of the age toll tis! thttl It I U better method or uipdiuiu in the state: for realizing a want I tl I I

I; "f Ph' "iiu.\ ;;;.rli would Iw i JI'II"I'II',1 by ;j j i -OF1 -o I i iI i
than through these column t
1 !...III,1, -!tI'I h to tnutsforiu Ix.ih of the <-<'I-\ \ til 1

t I. I I.: ..I.Itu I y ln>d
!! i iiinuv: tunes! their present j ;; #i]}|fpHAVE YOU A 'VAUT"Q l ____ ___ 1 1i

J ? ut' i i'j ( S.,nio h.-,,'" tlioi!:;!it that in j ij Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i ;

', ,, "f .. ; !Its eenter of the earth I is! con! M I
..i.I.s I |I' ,ell of "'.Iiel and colder math j [
d. N. Wanted. Beautiful Lots for Sale. f
1Vaut" )toriety 1
'l 'III! nt I ? the generally accepted I.: lief tin i '
1." -, !I' lei::;'lt n
1 ''i." t'fln-I in::.' all the \lending aiithoritit I inii-t I' tj Cook Wanted. p irtner Wanted. : 140x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- : I II

: "II ".. -j',; -il the I aUiitit thai I cannot find a ii'ore ap\ !! Driver Wanted Quitters Wanted 1 ing to location and surroundings. .

,I 01" .I inui>rn propriute "finis" than il IlltlWitI-1:{ l lwhich 1 Engineer Wanted. R'Im* Wanted. .

,'!" I.' ,,,1' "I"lI\d i is from an emine! :, : I j jShould Furniture Wanted. Servants Wanted. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I': I i

\\t., i. tiiI philuso- such au nuheard fit e'it: occur i, Wanted. T''atn. Wanted.Uuionraen .
G \fllller t \ High Dry Fertile Lands. ,
.j I Hi" .1 \..ninTlu* the beat generated wouM be -titli\ <-lent ,

i lie II "rill" had ap- I to UK-It boil and complctily \apoii7.e: : a I Nome Wanted. Wanted. .1 I i r J

:ltl.d 1 KhlIf"uso's mils of ice fully ilk times! the bulk of l Incubator Wanted. Vehicles' Wanted. Ii Tho grandest opportunity for investment ever a i

saying that "All I both the colliding! worlds in other 1 Jugglers Wanted. Wives Wanted. offered in Pensacola. r 9 f

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MI' who wnit!"." On I words, an bee plaint 1.11.111<) miles in I Idiameter. Killer" Wanted Xpprience Wanted. ,

'..ct the opinion of I I :| I ft} Lime Wanted. Y
', rd might be worth I 1 I .! M >id Wanted. Zeal enough;: to place a ; t IP I

I It wa in The I'a..sid! "n-i Mth Ta\lm's: ... div thtt1 i m I : .I.V 01: u bbs I ; 1 L[

il IIN Wife. the sun mytii: bad itsoirue: OI\! night': .

df a Pennsylvania at a party Taylor was greatly! I nn-d b;. '{:i j'j''un' t nn Q. f( SPEClL RUB I' TH 1 I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I l; :f
.' > old suit until the iMisi.stent efforts of a sueM./ to <\r- j f rI 1 I" lUIQ nnlIlU
'! <>fit. ami his ese e sins sun mjllis. Xo matter What! dire-i j' ..:.. t Ii nUt i o. WEEK OR MONTH. : t ;
.st n hnnii l of ill P. U. BRENT W t.itK-flWLjoli.; W. K.'H > KK, IK., J. H. KbEHE
M ti-iii the e in versa lion nil: t take, tlnsj l 11
(k' ,, ,, .- ......,IY- ...T..T.i.r11)'i'1 :. 'resident- Vice rre,:.d ii.ul! inside '
> been<< it person" uniild ruthlessly" dn.g; it baek ,__. ,'" '' ''''i ='' "' :-I<" .
-l 1
,\" lie went to town again to his fauinte: topic. : I' !

.liitl while there he i ii I II II At la-I tic! rtKiressiil I poet raisin! avery 1I.VIII OOOI>-<. i I ;L I
; I
__ __ __ .. INrst i : ,
-- --- h.h DSiik
i .i'w suit and j interixtiiig! question In regard till i lthe I N aiioniu t
: Krt. 4AKAH: KKlKVK-Manufaetorei: i I
'' I iiiza. S-) thrtll'lI't';: : subject. "Did yosi e'r'
hpi I I u"T-l'l\lr f'f I'yrda' with chat unit t\ L and dealer in Hair Uoods, Hatj. Tollt-1 1 1I : ; It: [
> the! wagon I II tli.n: ,!;," he asked "that the name Smith | I IJ bi iriii attachatl. Undt-r 11'.11 rlo-al"( i \rtlcl.s.. Hair Oil "IO..II W. Ciovernmenlitreel. ,

sn ei fill 1101: all over the world, is derived !,, notitj NE\\>iotlu-. \, : t
hurril'l1l OV PEN8ACOLA FLA. I jl 1 1i
I > he from sun myth? No one had 1- :

a '' .i''.Jjre over ai : ocr drwiin"d! of such thing. Max Muller 1I.I.---}.11/NfV.-1'l. .)- .Lltvl. ... .)... -.. i (;L"1' FLAP \vL1ti-4. i, Dtrl.zIOTona.: :: I i ,! :, ;
and - ------- "
I.11 i wagon had oveilooLed the point complrtely.
i .. ilospised old 1 1 I.I TO LEN lH'11 improved pDT KLOWEKS and Moral I".eelgniV : -. i I WM. H. H.KKOvVLEF. A. HI )1n\T, F. C. T.RKNT..V.. K. HYkII. Ji, ; ;
I ::1> I' .' reached for I "< >uite possible: certainly mot I rl.11'8011ntl'r8H.: large or Call small on Leslie amounts K.: r"aP@I,! > Bpeclitdetilgns Violclte Moreno ordered 823 West for CQtonueiJiss Uregory D. (:*. J'.USKT I :, :' I

1 Ill., wereon_ I I"II. I i nil ii'." wild TI\ Inr.:1111: :u\ tho Su- attorney at law. 3,4', 8. F..latoi: hi,!imlmTOSKY J'.o.." V....Ih).." .
n :i. The night my'i. Smyth. Smith, and some stillspell [ ouhdiag. I =--- --- = = = _-=- -== i L 1 J I !

"-1;!Ill{ '- itten-d Eliza as even Lavd fcion wag the' nani"ended.,I.0 with a c" The discus I i \A! You can TO-1 borrow>.'\.\ -any I'oyou amount need you money want? I 11'A\1'1:11.' ['tiff!! ;,q d i Iii? ti& m Mui' \ SdL I... 'II !i

i.I' '1. ;0-08Y on ea-iest terms and lowtst ratr9inywbere I 11r.iNr I': )- \t onie, 10 live, bustling, 9
obtainableoo unproved city reaiw'rtte > \ suleSUientobaudeourconpirtelintof j 'j !
-- :\ rnaoe For Ninnu.Ttev. -from Wm. H->Uer.l.< 'i South ln t'ela--tf household s-pecMlties; tic to <:ii per week I .tYTW6 d'zw o:.r own Uul1) of Excnai': !; on Great Britain, Jr' )lees :I ;. t ti
't i;:alhirr.. Mr. lroau. if less than lox street eisii)' mud" Afpiy! to Anchor !supply Co.' i
a man < '
1 -- -- -- \otibustIutetlencastreeto ualw' i ( ernarr i"ranjtn'na Itai.v, hoil.iiid, dtaiarielginm, Rnesla! r'I i i ::1'
:e new world the tnedim) slnhIIII"I"! a high i
WANT; TO BORKOW MONtYI D'L '-T3 ana ther Vi coniitriea.jfjJT'V 1 \ ,
Tf YOU 1ny. W"tln :- paa.'i .
It'r'i:1re I : s :
the Span- suv ';iy! voi.v. Not lore ago hI' was;; invest montY Insure your property proour ;I!
i'ANTED-Men to learn barber trade. ,
>'" ':hltnts.won,;; Iii :ittal to exehaiwe; pv'pits; with a ,1 < abstracts of title ut' buy description or sell rl'l8.have' \> \ :toady practice, giiHlitl teachers. !useT'MM'r<9l: npoa ih. 1fr; ;' f.T"raolp Terms, and thbll ,II

? I Uiu. siis run tlio minister! i II a I ueighl-oring city. The late rents rent collected property or your any taxes attended to, i more e\perieiice, in stioit lime tbuu year!I 'O 511)f ''a.Uln Taieia;,".r* of rtestipatirr! 1'f!u or Klft-jai 1)a.z I' 11 i !
elsewhere tools (Hiard inoluiied
-' :.ii.l there are Mime puiircli iii vhich hI' "'as to preach was sail on or address Thos. l'. Watson A Lo. I' wa;e> "alurdays, e.t..t gi\en>li'bfdlv.l. 1'itrticu,: aftEr V ?>( \ :\ ;rr'Ttt* > 'J ;, I ,
1'l nslII -
:,ic nith teas ANU"f <> much mere imiiosing: than the h->meehiel. 1! KeatNstateand Insurance tnoJerate agents To everyone I I Jar- ai d cala.t'KUo! mmlrd free Moler liar. '
cola, KU. Charges her I oiiei New Orleans, 1.8. tf f
I i si In Connection I
-.Sa.f.- for Rent
: will lend mool'Ywltl ; i I
ambling teyoml :: ; ssijs LippllK-ott's Ma:'.izi'e. who buys a lot from ns we M
'''o their vcrs bones' Arriving: early, he iitred from behind which to build a house. Hd-tl_ 1I -------- with w-al"'' f hf.To *s P-riva Aoartmont fop tbeUr.a I
---- I 1,1 \ k'ndi o( bee 11
empty r #
1 f tlio co\VTte toh'lI,;, the pulpit and watobed what be c<,n -- -- Oo>ttl..l, B. A.. KsiruvAsi, BOTH of Renters. i !

.!I" sii'ercd: :an immense congregation:: : with I i-----ianrit'rgti I'lt.'nc'huul- ...... t I 1- ___- __--- I .11'
1I 'It

t tall Itwgit.l trepittal14)11..\.t. tie! last notes of the organ;: voluntary irlNliKKUAK'IKS K opened at ::i East Wright SCHOOL street will. ,I "'- N..tYI........ atlon1Inpl1l\(- 1 >"-lf - --- - ; ?
dU''dor l of the school die Wlhis little bead poppednp I 1. bv Mi's Margaret Maelay
< I
I :- lAPr. .Mr Mini UU' latest book ip-to
from \behind the desk, and without FOR r4ALf. 'I'. / d It', contalnln, ; new code of signa'e, wdttndavtot cur Can4- It ti j ,
11 i I :, ___ toe i ,I I..rn I Ii ,01".1 READ 11 J }. 1.T"l.RS l I u "
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Lit of it? a word of warning! he piped out, "It i iI is wQoieexainiBHUoa fur masters an< anol".h.111.... .Ytt .. t f r
trues .U d
imte: of sea-going teSel3worled I ... Y .. la "
I no..a ,
t.illi'J me down I MULE 25 per cent t'lO'l'ot, a fine I dl : r :H 1t.1 ,all
to- ITOR ,
; be not afraid: : Ircrn the laNon"l'ondbAnd ; explained fo that applicant for license WIt Oar MiDa .N' rt rar'. .., ? .' .N I I ;j i
I ot matting jut .
lot ,
P I I !
I be sure to ::is awfully pai _. .
: t
impolite I
furniture, organ. detk and a>:"nt, hJm'i otir ;,. ;: : ute. iT I I
Still Under the !it.Il.frs. I stoves for wo per cent help cc't. ht i-her's .b, .vf It." ,. "" ,.j i I 11t
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store, L: S.I arragonaM 'Ie< -11.\1. : ;
!l.> furniture i ,.. .. _
Schoolhouse prcmd l'o\H'rs-lJt'zcklah, if jou were j '. or- h h- ..u. '.a.ko .i ) .
'.! -- --- -- -- Ituilyding Ilou-e. ,,..,.,.,.01. r '......LU. ;.1.... '. : t'
> lou dkjxvn: I to live your life all over again and it 1 | 'OK 8.\LE-TlIe rao't desirable lots tot 1Le .. .awL s a..,:.,y; toO,I a.p i 1ijYJ
.1 i tie! roof.-l'ittsburs; cause to the matttr of choosing: a wife 1 the city on easy terms by the Klentr I I-I>UAKhI\U tout:; ;Wheeler I Spring-:" I.we, .-.., a,;',,0.1... ..... :,...:'hln, ./.,rr...w II'I .' t' J1 I'
laiatozitreet. .
i you you me Bltl"l' .. if
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; All the comforts ol tti.-tii a .. ," 'I I.
I' .
--- ?.; Powers -------- -- ---- - '.. ,. Tn) :I .1'J.m
r. 4sabmicsiveIyl-There's i i.i
( Ij I \LE-ln.: :: .' wilbWerksold calf.t \ rt-awniible rate Northern tout Illli 6N .Dnettt r '. .' .
1'H THE KIDMtYS" i l no doubt! about it, Maria: provided\ \ you //ORfe Apply to W. s inrn-K i-U' \turn rind of ; be this ideal l place: to -v..nd.' i. n-> P"I t i i II, 1t' \;I I' t !I j"U

u! > alleci-fld, life U in wanted me.-Richmond Dl"pateh.j .. '. .
It I'.. t- lial.illgJ Ga.'.i.rernrr.,.. -t1A., '- \\ .' @ ; ;
I Ilr. i -Io\\'cr.. For Rwit:, 11' 1\ .
i funeral- fur
Ab-rnethy, the
'p eN
RFMM.1K1UMisr h..trlc.1111" I In I.. cU).. 1.... ad" 'L U.... ;. >" .: I"J i.i' i. Ii
:"Jnic 1t1. Fotey'stkea j Foley's! Hoiipy: and Tar cure )>!lId Mrs. WIltamNicraresar'-rugsxed. ii i- 011'FRH -- II tt 911 A'.JL 111'tCtlLr i I ij
"l."nd ki.tnty.. in dreSiiiiainKa-W. Eat Wright >tr.-t t. I FOR FUNERALS fnrnlsne i SAlVON : ; St sT '
i cou!!h' and cold and : Ccr,12th Pine
.\ .. ::2i i P.l.iflJx prevents r'.ieunionii. Th..y 1\1'1.,. pleased to liavr tlieir: fiiancall" 1 P prrcptlyln boaquetf or special' deSlasliar SOAP CO., LOUIS. \\0. 1 1i
Take no "ub"titntec., \V. A. "rders attended towi'li! ;iroiupt! ei ". ) Vlnlette )loleno.8S! Heat Gft-zor;, ,1 .II
D'AUaibPrte 121: S.: Palaftx. i i Keatonable charg.. :fI I lw : phone :XX. 2Vdlm I I 1.I
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The Lewis Bear Co., agents! for the
A boot "IUo:d Purifier. "Ionics. I i
: Schliiz Brewing Co., have been informed j
PLEAD GUILTY | Every drop of blood, every bone I
: saloon j
that certain keepers
; i i nerve and ti*"ue in the body can bei I
i renewed In but one way and tbat is, remove the label from cheap beer SKONQUEROR
''from wholesome food properly di- and sell i It to their customers as

'geted. There is no other way and tjchlitz. They therefore warn all
BATCH the idea that a medicine in !itself CHM AND MISS
JUDGE BECCS SENTENCED purify the blood or supply new tiue ..- beer buyer to see that "Sehlitz" is

1 and strong nerves is ridiculou- ANNIE MONROE JOINEDIN branded on the corks of the bottle ,

OF PENITENTS TO-DAY. ,, and on a par witn toe fol-de rol that beer they buy. Don't be deceived i
': dyspepsia or indigestion i is a germdisease MATRIMONY. The Best and Most DependableShoe
-- ;: into taking cheap beer when you
I I I or that other falltcy, that a I
,1 A "vacation" term of the criminal j weak' stomach which refuses to digest want Schlitz. for Men at
1 i|! food can be made to do eo by irritating -
1i court wa held this morning at 10:30 II I I'\ and inflaming the bowels by Dr. Wilmer S. Hall and Miss Iconic Out for Fever. I

o'clock, Judge E. D. Beg, 5 presid- pills and cathartics. Annie M. Monroe were married at Biliousness and liver disorders at
i I Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets cure this season may: be prevented by S3.5OIn
IU;!. Indigestion, sour stomach, gas and the Presbyterian church at 11 :-15 a. cleansing the "system with DeWitt's

j Informations were filed by the solicitor bloating after meals, because they m. today in the presence of a large Little Early Hirers. These famous
furnish the digestive principle I little pills do not gripe. They move
against six defendants, all of which weak stomachs lack, and unless number of invited friend the bowels gently but copiously and the World. All Sizes and Widths

t whom entered a plea of guilty to the i I the deficiency of pepsin and diastase Rev. Hector Hall, rector of the by reason of the tonic properties, ir I
is! supplied it is useless to attempt zive tone and strength to the glands.
; ," otlduse with which they were to cure stomach trouble by the Episcopal church at Bessemer, Ala., Hargis' Pharmacy John Sheppard
use of "tonics" "pills" and "cathartiC5" I i Sidney Kahn. 15
; charged officiated, and the couple was married .! _
which have digestive
absolutely no I
li Ben .Stuart, colored, fornication; :,: power, and their only effect according to the rites of the ;I Genuine Schlitz beer has

.f : J' fiaed SUani cot or 3') days in the''. is to give a of temporary the active stimulation.One principle. Episcopal church. The officiating: :\! the name branded on the
grain Distinct and Exclusive Styles and
county j jiil. i in Htuart'ti Dyspepsia Tablets will minister is a brother of the groom, \ cork. Don't accept sulsti'i

4t 4 : Will Sbenan: white, vagrancy; 30 I j|.'similar digest 3000 foods grains experiments of meat eggs have and and arrived Monday afternoon. I i i i I tutes. '

i days in j jiil. No fine was imposed i: shown that they will do this at proper The young people left on the 12:15: i i}' -- -- I 9

t 1 as defendant pleaded that sickness i iW1 'I,' much temperature more effective, but in of the course ttomach.: soI train for Atlanta but will return in ;:,:'s Honey fo'o and onTsrefsi Tar I:

the cause of his predicament.i There i 1'1 probably no remedy so a short time and take up thei residence i- '
# universally: u-ed as Stuart's Tablet I KINDS OF LEATHER.
: John Washington Lord, a in ; <'
Henry it-i sick Pensacola.: i C'JtlJW nua1Cla-'.
t ,i because i fs not onlthe and ..... :<
I r t w .::e UlanalItjiJS'e..riofil ', whoa ailing, but well people: who u-o themat At II :30 o'clock, when the happy NETHKK- -IDA- c'aptaln.----own.-- i
I I'.cr ------ --- -
every meal to insure perfect di- -.!S ers nor consignees of the '
\ his i buiine 'was ,
< traveling
and beautiful "
bride arrived iu
a e-tJtD and simulation of the food. a It &! Muninbfllu will tie'

1&i xn alt and begging something; tl) People who enjoy fair health takeStuart' carriage with her parents: and matron :;' by tbe' crew*respouYible of said veisul.K for debts. contracted i I MEYER SHOE CO.Feet
;* Tablets as regularly as they LAVATIER
-at. was given CD days: at hard la-t 1|: take their meals.becau-e; they want to of honor the church was comfortably Gull ran-it fo CHDtain. .

b-r. keep well, prevention i- better than filled. Word was passed withinthe i.uiibi iiee. lIouI"lTHEKtbeCftPtlun.oWB;
---- -- --------
cure ana Stuart's Dyspepsia; Tablets Funii..hers for {I..h. Only.
J''m! Chambers colored was up do both : they prevent indigestion edifice that the bride had arrivedi, :- { i nor consignees of the br tt
Ins! gambling. It was shown that and they remove it where it exists and for the next few moments every ,, Palatine will be responsible
1'The regular use of one or two of for debts contracted by tbe 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
I'1; :tad negro; was one of a gang! continuing them: after meal wi'l' demonstratetheir thing was expectancy and impa crew of said vessel
t H. A. H'>rfS: --

gamble at Muscogee;: and thau any merit:other and argument.tlliuipncy better ( tience. Every noise at the doors I W S. KeJst'r ConsigneesUJH s Co.. captain. ...... ................. .'.'.'. ..... .,. t..iss
JuJg Beggs, in pa?-iag: sentence, was a signal for nearly all to look in i j i .. I-- ---- ------ --- -"-- .- .,..

said he wanted to break: up that I that direction to eaten a first sightof 1 O.a.STO ,X.IL.8.arr GRAND i
AN APPETITE t.B Kinl Ia line i: JIS &1t,11.Ba : .
practice out there. A fine of lUand i I ;!' the lady.A )) ,
.t costs was: made, and in default of'iI i' ; delay of several minutes was of .'YI1(' ..(
payment fiu days on the county road i made awaiting the arrival of Dr. i iI i\ ;

;, : : will be exacted. I -- Hall, who put in his appearance in i OPERA HOUSETWO 0 .\. ,' -;J Jf

1 Sue Chamber: *, charged with running Paul Dumas and George Kennedyhave ,, a carriage with the best man, Mr. F. !

ha itL't 1 ; a gambling\: house, was fined I,I an unfortunate appetite for :,' C. Horton. I I---- SIGHTS; i iI f ....THE BIG STORE.... i .

$ ,V Si;5 and cons or 30 days.: She had a 'cabbage: and it seems this has been To the familiar strains of a wed- .

l young baby in her arm 'the means of getting, them into a lot ding much, rendered by Mrs. J. M. I Wednesday and Thursday, i!' ,

The notorious Mary: Lucas was of trouble. I Flinn, the party entered the church.At II Oct. 15 and 16. COLORED i
I ;
It then called forward for sentence on j I Ii Last night at 10:30: Officer Puhtell! the right door entered Master I II ;, .

is charge of carrying: concealed ,Detected Kennedy emerging, from a': Kirke Monroe, brother of the bride, I TIM: e : .

TT l '-. weapons, she acknowledged; that j| warehou-e on Uaylen street with a :and Mr. Will Runyan, ushers. Im- I, AL. G. FIELDGREATER i PETTICOATS !
+p -he knew it was against: the 1 iw to sick full of cabbages. The ware- mediately following were Mr. F. C. :' .. I

: cirry a pistol secretly and tried to hou-e had l been forced open and Horton and Dr. Hall, tne groom. ; : PECO

:.rive a mitigating excuse fur her of- this was found out by the olicr They walked with measured pace to ;j STHELS. It Q; 1r

r j : f-ti-e. Jadge JJeggs informed her while he was patrolling his beat. He the altar and took stands on the :. .'. ,.... BRAN !?. < CI:

I : j. t that siitt-o she Knew it was against watched a while and saw Kennedy right. !| THE WORLD'S I
I J'St1' $1.0 o.
the I liw to act as she did, there W.B''''come out. He was at once arrested. Through the left entrance appeared J, LARGEST GRANDEST BEST I '< "

"r r Y no excuse to be accepted. The law j! Kennedy showed his guilt by run- Messrs. J. B. and W. C. Monroe, j IN-DOOR EXHIBITION! I i
t $1.50 & $2.00.;
he said that the uiug from the olliier and when The Name Synonym for All That Great !
contemplated peruicious (i I cap- the bride's brothers who were also I a is t .
in bllnstreiy.X1f,000 -- .
and habit Le tured said Dumas had sold him thecablsge.
dangerous | : ushers. They were followed by Mrs.!
: rIHST11'.
I : Dress Goods Shirt Waists. i
1 ,3 ; broken up and had fixed a heavy : : ; Dumas: was arrested Leona DesP. Campbell of DeFuniak, A BIG COMl'ANV: COM iii.\;\S,

J) Y f penalty for such. Since it was her :'shortly! afterward, and both today :' matron of honor.Thereafter I' Including : and Trimmings. ; The OPERA \l-I :
? i I i 0 style and finish i- -u.v ,-- I
fir-toff:!nseonthispartleulircharge: ;i were charged with being dangerous :: walked the bride, with I AL. G. FIELD. : The most complete a"ort- noun. Comes in alii.i >' :

l minimum reu'1twouhl: be fix- and suspicious characters. her father. The bridal party took JOHN N. PHILLIPS( merit ( f Fine Good ev,-r shown I' .
I I DOC (H"IGLEY.I New York i From :*-.":j t u :0.1'" .
in at prices .
'? (I. :\ fiae of $lt)0) and costs wisin I Kennedy made a statement: this position under an arch, tastefully I\ TOMMY DONNELLY, 9e tin-city .

E4 ide. In default of isi to the a'' I WM. MUJKAY I Underwear. Corsets. i
faymentsh.e I morning mayor and said arranged and caught at the top at' i
i r A\I ( OLD lAX, I
1.Ii be confined three months at hard young man had hired him to carry the chandelier. Rev. Hall stood on TOMMY HYDE: o Knit. Flannelette and MusNewest ;ModTry !__,.II ,0," !

h II hljr. the sack to the dummy station. He;I the pedestal and solemnly performedthe :' and other well known fun-makers. lin 1'ndtrwear for grown and The Habit Jld: l; f.r' .
-- -- 'I .
I I 9 little folk. newtyle tuitjiid :
Famous Falstlull
\ of
B- ? J (;".'* I iltC Hot Oitki'S.Tli was performing terms of this cou- i ceremony exacting from each :. Australian Acrobats. .

t fastest selling article I have ,. tract when arrested. !1 the promise of so much import. !|!i, Musical Mignanl Family.!

t' inv tore" writedruggist: e. T. The imynr continued the cases The bride attired in travel Original Clipper Quartette. I W aid Skirts.b I
was a
In. Crol1ll'al [ : W1'
.; ."IlI 1.. ui DavK Jiy."i= Llr. Kiug's until tomorrow for the purpose oft -King of the Fhppins"RCIiT F25 .
iia,: New Di-covery for Consumption, securing witnesses.i ling costume of royal bue: broadcloth l

r tfy Tough- and <.'.iUa. bf-cati-e it alwayscure t i -- -- i iWhen with white trimmings.; The en/mi's )III.1T.IHU Silk Skirts |7K), $9.11", $t.00 i I'' :
In my six y-ai-; <>f sales it BIG STREET PA HAD E. 6 and ,- .
{ : filled I )IMV.. known >'jOii call for Schlitz '
; has never it groom was in conventional: black. ----- -- : iJo\\'alkll1rSJ.irtsat$19'1; 7-\ I ;

r to save: --iiilfpnT-' m 'Ihrout aidLnnir beer see that you get it. The familiar: strains again ema- ONE SIGHT ONLY Sample:) : Skirts, black und 1 ;
: di-ei-: ." will c'liild) get IH O alike value $9! "
: Look at the cork and colors 10 two 0
.t.4 ,k 4"," help from Inciorr any remedy." see nated from the organ; and with Saturday, October 18. $1IJJI1.51)Pci'IIH' 1 50.MontP I \ "-- ;
f '. ., ;Mother; n ly i-u it, be-t i>!,v-iciui* thai "Sehlitis. brandedon violin accompaniment by Mis Cora Carl-i Toat: ?-Ladies' j e

pre,.prihe ir :iii\V.A. D''ertt', it. and Mr. Charles fa Si) .iii; ,1l1'i'*' $i W(). Q. 1
lil ;South l'! .tLtl'x-tle't. iiuir:thteH.atlfju'ti.iii Simpsou.Carriages -
-- -- --- : 2Vinch! Jackets, our leader, .
: I
;V: 1 <'! uliiiMl- ;'rne! Til ilhuttlf Folcy's Honey and Tarcures were then entered and a Miss Percy Has ill ell n .I 5. I r 1 I
xi ,. ,. frt-f. .'iil-.r : 'ii- soul I I
> : -f drive was made to the depot. Scoresof e Mis-e'Loiig: Coat25: i to I o.-c !
,'i1 E :xl: I.t I. caMs prevents pneumonia NI141
friends were there to see the party : $7.50. I L 1
. t : ____ __ AS PRINCESS ANGELA. Lldie Raglands, H '" to
------ -- --------- depart ; .
*9f.' ,. .
41 In a production of Splendor of Mar- r .
After ILl: grip, pneumonia or .
.hall'Hegal Romantic Comedy. .
i-a11- typhoid fcv-r t ike' HOlld'- Haraparilla : Linens. :

-it re-tore! health :and -treugth.E3C )
A ROYAL FAMILY. : Towels, 4. \1. 1H: I and -lc each :

l Table Linens. ,, ,, TJ' I

i) ..), OJ-'n, .., and 692 yard. I
The Two Yt'JrSuccps* of the .
1t 'h Opening1' Lyceum Theatre, S. Y. .. j) Napkin.iio,1i, 63 and 9Ho doz 1.

+ -- !
; Mi Haswell is
: FORTH. ? Supported by the : ) l'IWITSH ).MATriMs-in: rain l' "' 1S

for October to date .. ..... ... .... t o.-.Kl;: following Remarkable Company.I .: OOc yard ; uielCarpet, V) to S5j yard ; Velvet ( > Si

-,\ I Boyd Putnam Maud Grari:rer. ) $l.()). :Mattings: 10 to 353.; : Hags, $l.'i: to M 50. .-.. ,' II
/ CLEARED. i Harry Burkhardt i
Nancy Padget
\ to$22.541> 1e
l It 8 s Monncbt-Ho.. i'Jn, Messina, by Gulf l Frank 4
t ;, Roberts R. bt. C. Turner,
Transit Co tor UeuoamNe.. ,lrl"8DS.with' ; i:: IJIBHI1HHII, :5, 7j! and loc yard.JUilliam :
Charles I) Pitt. Walter (
I Hxiloni tons phosphate rock, 173 bbl!rosin, (i 'm-by, .
ALK'SI vaiuesi' iVAmbE !I l'eauette Northern Walter It -b- .
i1ij I Lottiefoore.. KI7. Shoppard. by ]! insou and others.
John A Merritt Co for Sew. York with i i5'.ii
;'!"s ft resawn lumber I' & Son. !
Management Henry B. Harris. I' Joljitson

h W'! .< EXCLUSIVE.- i 9A I LE It. .. I! _. hh_ I
It Mongebello, Messina, < .noa1&' i .
.}' New- Orleans i' Keats on sal at Co", '" Thursday. .N....................O..Q...................-.....
>or bk Favorite, Nordboe.Genoa


Km bk ijrli.. Svallnistrom.: from '
Remnure, $t. Denis, Africa, *m Barbados ,
to Kil M KnbiDsoa !i, WALLACKML'MIOK I'UF.SKXTS: ; '
t Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 15 and 16. to Nor order bk Tabithair'fDanielsenCapeTown i LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE ACE" ,

Nor bk Saint. )Monon H'>l. Guddersen. Mrs. Brunei PE'!t.COL.t'UJItW..\.
r ---- Juenosyr... to urderHis
AVomen admire rautifal Hats for their beauty alone and for the ad- i, Southwest Cor.ler Palafox and Garden Streets.A z
Life In Peril. '
4I4' vantage they are to tlie toilet. We provide tnat which is pleading and '! the Dramatic Sensation of the Yrar.UNORNA. FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS: j.< .* -

t f becoming t.) the wearer.: If we haven't just the pattern you want we'll "I just, seemed to have gone all to.. ..c J .-.* ..* J.* STORES AND OFFICE: F"' ..
piece. writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare ; *
create one that is i; just right. Tex., biliousness and a lame: '"

back had made life a buiden. I Two large dwellings, 2-story on North i Tao stores connected l Ity ? -1
couldn't eat or sleep and felt almosttoo Bayl..n street with all modern conrpniencs. with 9 rooms and kltcl.-n! >
,yl GOP AND SEE ,.: f tr worn out to work when I beganto A creation by F. Marion Craw- gas water and In residence portion of I Government street, near 'I arr trent st
ford and prepared for the city, ft-u per annum.
stage '
1 Electric Bitters.but .
use they worked
I as whole or separate!y '
i I' by Espy Williams. comfortable dwelling!!:, -story,
L'- wonders. Now I sleep like a top, ; Large!!: and rental.
OUR NEW with gas and water throughout large
can: eat anything, have gained in with outhouses located on the corner or I .
r + strength and enjoy hard work."> ,, The Greatest Love Romance La Kua street and hub Ave.. ta; per month. Tbe McGinn Balldinz, "

FALL HATS They give vigorous health and new :' < Since A desirable one-itory dwelling!!:, containing I. for meat boarding and Tarragona iiouse. str Appi ei .'""' '
.: Romeo and Juliet .*
life to weak, sickly, run-down peo- 7 rooms and bath gas and water

ple. Try them. Only 50c at W. A. 1|I throughout reach of Beltaod sooth North' frontage Hill car within lines. Will easy i Largestore-room.eorner Bay .
'' .I D'Alemberte's drub store, 121 South tendencta streets,{&per moati.
f lease for IJM annum.
3 They Shots AYIi.U Tasty! Palafox i Notable cast includes Erroll Dun | per .
street. bar, E. R. !Spencer, Frank Hennig, | Two-etorydwellinE. containing t room, A few offices on Palafoi itr '
Trimming AYe 1h,. No :210 N. Barcelona street. "Thie Building" and a large h
I al -'-----'------ ----- I Clans Bogel, Percy Wade, Leon rear Belt Line en '
annum. ante-room.ult.ble for meeting I'-
W ill lease forI' per
PEHOX.\.L. __ __ i Henry, J. W. Rodgers, Isabel Pen- -
l w) t' gra Spencer, Hilda Vernon, loa -- -
FHLK'SlOo'sOUTII: 1 \\ ILL tbe Refrigerating Engineer whoM I -
applied to Mr. F'. K, Lingbam; last Werner, Alice Forbes and others. I will repair your watches and The finest line of umDrelU- :
May for a position please call at the offlce I t. >
in first-class style. J. IStephens. city is at J. I. Stephen
PALAFOX ST. It i of C. W. Hagerman.Tbiesen building.:
# I e -.fill si I ISotf Seats on sale Friday at Cc."';. I -- at them.



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