The daily news

Material Information

The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 17, 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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
002076174 ( ALEPH )
33669261 ( OCLC )
AKR4558 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027213 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Pensacola evening news


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
<...;_......:'!--'",",- ::' e", <

"to i

,t t

,r ,

'/ f 1'1'k


1 i

, "

1I .i I .."1 ii i i

I "v Xi ""s* -- 1


t:, :

; IfII InV re HP! ',* enormous, and the I next few moments 11 "tlrges were t

: QREATSThIKE[ NOWPRACTICALLY govt',: ':01' '? '. ry :anxious! for a erectly sunk, eight of them going down in the I BATTLE IS FOUGHT

-nt'' r nt of '::1(- st. .i-e i so that the channel. At the same time the frontof I ?

tros be withdrawn. the i r
: may barges of the Gleaner and the j

Wilson broke! loose and started to

Cars! Sent to Coal Flelc's. float down: the river. The crews of

: ENDED Vh-a-kee.:! Oct 1C.-Pailroaiof both boats, after repeated efforts succeeded NEAR LA VICTORIA

'daIs! in 'f1! attl!'
; :: -ee say that more in picking up the scattered

'n' 1 fi-1"! 0' '> raTS 1-eve left the ore barges, but it is feared that a large

!I cr rr.'Vrn, :: Wlyror.sin; for the portion of the coal which was sunk : j

coal fit hi", and! L'OV: are to follow.! will be lostRESIDENCE

. Ground of Is -.- -- -. '' 1
Common Agreement ;, Soldiers Castro Engage 7,000


Reached. I II I II Revolutionists.
: I II I ,


I discussion or a proposition that Ts ol :

HfcS BEEN NAMED. the greatest Importance to the miners. i -- FORMER'S ARTILLERY REDUCED r

I AVhen the Information was received Special to The Daily News; SOLDIERS! rl!
Six Met! Special to The Daily News. r
elt Appoints
from the national capital about 1 La Victoria Crowded With Woundedand r f
Macon Ga. <) 16.-Four houses
Tenn."Oct.'l6':: (:t
Arbitrate the Strike.s o'clock this morning that an agreement Memphis. The Com
have :! and Provisions Not to; Bs Obtained
been several
had been reached the mercial-Appeal : A effort is totally destroyed
Executive by representatives frays strong I
Meeting of others fire at AWE MOB I r
of both parties to the struggle being made in Tennessee. Mississippi, slightly damaged by Foreign Residents at Tucacas Suffering

o -9 Workers. ther were only a score of news Louisiana: and Arkansas to organize' Hupuenin Heights Just out>lde the city ) From Hunger. '.
limits toes of about )12OuO t 1. f
causing a --
paper men and a few stragglers at every saw mill firm of any Importance !

D.iily News. strike headquarters. District Presidents into the HardwoodIanufactureu' Association partially covered by 'nsurance. Special to The Dally News. Special to The Daily News: { ?f

tt' 1.;.-The .-n: Duffy and Fahey were in the hotel of the United States. The fire originated in a small house Willemstadt! Curacoa Oct" h
""t. gr occupied by Mrs. J. H. Hill, and owned of Houston Tex., Oct 16.- but could not he seen. President The purpose is apparently for !sell
4 :. \i. Secretary KJOI[ by H. D. Adinw. Then the flames! 15.-The battle near La Victoria. Venezuela train! bearing three companies of militia !. !

: . half hour after of old I
nearly a the Information a meeting the National Hard.
:.tut hal been reacn story building owned by T. J. Bell President Castro and the revolutionary morning. Soon after they formed a j I
received and he had wood association ol
was little to conposed largely
: :-i.t named a commi and occupied by J. Baldwin, then to forces, which began Monday morn. equare and with Jim Buchanan, the II

.. ,' =":., to settle:. the strike say on the outcome. He preferred tohaT' wholesale lumber dealers The differences the residence of of T. J. Bell and then lag, and resulted In the retirement of murderer of the Hicks family, In the ) f :;; '
those who were disposed to arose over the refusal of the
. ..' !the strike settlement con as. to a Email: house adjoining. All the President Castro to La Victoria Tues center marched to the train which at l r !tl
. gratulate him watt until the soclatlon to a uniform schedule .
personnel arrange :
TEa day afternoon, was resumed again once pulled out on the East Texas for 1 "
. buildings were totally destroyed.
cf the commission was known that of Inspection satisfactory to the j;
. red John ). Wilson; flames then began to spread! to other fiercely at 6 o'clock Wednesday morn- the: penitentiary at Rusk, where the I I
Information not having manufacturers. The
arrived indications
: .-' Washington L>. C.. at the are houses but were extinguished! before Ing. At tint time the president had negro will be landed safely at noon. ''
time. When Mr. Mitchell that this organization will
did organize
S > ,. received reinforcements and had The mob fell '
: i geological survey; they gained much over sullenly bark and made ; ;
: headway.The
who the six men were he declined to BO securely as to be able to overcome
: 11.ay;: of Delaware; 11: fire was outside the city limits 6,000 men engaged! against 7wu rev. no opposition to the soldiers who num. r'bt"red {
the wholesale
dealers and the
jar Rapids, Iowa; fay adoptionof and the fire department could not respond olutionists.; The anilleiy played apart about two to one. It was feared +' t
After a short conference with Sec. the uniform will
inspection and
i use of Scranton, Pa.*. without an order from the au never before seen in Venezuela. that some man with a rifle might : '
retary-Treaiirer Wilson, who met him probably result in the elimination "If before t 5 o'clock wVum-sday at. to off Buchanan ha :
Shortly attempt pick as
: !xdulding.: of Peoria; thoritk-3.! The flames threatened to
at the railroad station Mr. Mitchell the middle the manufacturersselling
man, but
' ternoon the revolutionists appearedto passed precautions takento '
1 :'t. and were .
: that entire: suburb
s destroy an appeal
, retired and was in office again bi direct to the consumer. While
: :...11 has called: a meet. s:30 this morning. wes made to the Macon authorities Lave gained a slight advantage.The prevent It.
, that is true, prices will not necessarily : president's artillery, which ThE'arogdoch crowd did not + :
hive hoard of ruin'- Mr Mitchell's public statement for the fife department. Ths! appeal ; mini- s ai I' ,
be increased.The ben.d 13 had been reduced to rive in time, tho sheriff :.
: traveling
' f fur today, which w1l! clean*! the situation considerably. It lumber all ; granted ard the department guns very ,
interests the
1 .:i, and mining will! twxo is now for tho miners ta<:t aa3there over I connect to a plus;; jest inside tlr- four guns.!; LaVictoria was crowded slowly In order to prevent them from I : .,

I : or three a's. Th country are holding meetings to carryout section! of with wounded and there were LO provisions getting here. They practically EaJSpradloy '
!ia not one person who can bs this end.iDlREGTORS. city limits: and with a long j I .
, j !':!.ally named, it is stat found around headquarters who is not: hose icsu-htd the fire in time to save : under guard to prevent any t ;
: t The British steamer Indefatigableleft more escapes if lie should take the r
> utreeable to all! park of the opinion that the district boards much i-ropeitj. .
' LaGaaiia! for Tucacas with provisions negro in charge again. Governor Say. ik j
If will call the convention and that ths '
1 for the foreign residents there. ers will not permit the negro to be : ''I .- '
convention will decide to send tho men
: : :U 'ISSUES STAT MENT. I lack tt> work Imml' ''l.v.' MISS STONEIS I IiO! > of whom are said to be dying of taken to Xacogdoches for trial except 'i j I

. hunger as a result of toe. ,-IIUI'"rti:1'Hon under military! guard. The trial li .
It is reasonably: certain the del-
: .c.-imend Immedate! Call For gates will! mm in this: city. TK! NAMED measures adopted by the Venezuelan i set for next Thursday, the Indict. *;. i'i i

S i Convention. I authorities. Th! ? Indefatigableto ments being for criminal assault and J
members of the three distiict: boards BARRED
: ,"'n PA Oct. in-At !9:53: accomplish her mission will have to three cases of murder in the first deg ", 3
I began arriving at the headquarterscoon
: .' '.'..:! issued thf fn:: )\\ in run the blockade of Tucacas. 'ee. : .' ;, 1
i ; after b o'clock, and nearly all 01 ,
j e '1' I' :li.nj the plan lor theduieat The German cruiser Vineta has also! t
to The Daily News
them were on the ground by 10 o'clock. Special ;
1 01 the gtrlko; : I left La Guaira and it la regarded as _
: Special to The Daily News: i'
I The principal! subject of discussion is New York, Oct tAt the annual LIEUTENANT
. r4ker'!) "ar: .\ Pa., Oct. 10.-Approftnil. probable: that she Is also bound for ; ,
the make-up of the commission. Fea meeting of the stockholders! of the Boston, Oct. lti.-Eilrn M. Stone the i t
'h!< I."r and Imjiatiince of Tucacas.
. of the board members had an opinionto Distilling Company of America just America.) missionary: who was captured : 1
. sr4!: the! mine workers for The French cruiser Suchet arrive :
..r express for the reason that they held in Jersey City it was voted ti by Bulgarian or Turkish brigands PEARY'S CONDITION H L
MM;: p stu.; 'meat from at Carupano yesterday and enten-.i"
: did not know much about the attitudeof reduce the number of directors from last year, and held for a ran&orn, can ,
) !. this bulletin to a protest against the arbitrary arrest : I
sayi the membeis. Some of them beI eleven: to seven leaving only one director not RO back to Turkey. This is the
1 .' 'Mi-aMy! l opposed[ to the of private citizens, who were subsequently
. I lieved the board was favorable to the to be chosen to serve for the unofficial notice which has reached Special to The Daily News. :i
(n- : ar' iiiN! vi nee In tlnj released with an apology. .. .
miners. Miss Stone from the officials of the ,
next three }'pals. F. F. Young was g
: "" ':!Ipnt 1'1'01"51'1t| by th.j II Fighting took place Monday and Tuesday Philadelphia Oct. 1';.-The following
The fact that the greatest elected to suerped Um elf. Yildiz! palace at Constantinorle. Roberts
e i' :' !',Maur it restrict! between. the government forces statement; in reference to l.Ieutl'naotPeary's
.. .' licttten capital and labor in the History At the meeting of the Kentucky Distilleries : allege' at Constantinople, has '
; the United States 5u and revolutionists at Carupano. :
4 of the world has resulted in arbitration and Warehouse company, Walter also advised to the same effect and operation and general condition .
of the men who wero The German cruiser Panther ha i was given out today: "The .
is looked upon by students o! S. Wilson! was elected a directorfor the American board! of commissionersfor opera
: j'H"tions involved forced an entrance of the Orinoca river tion Itself
was simple and
successful. .
' economic scholars in this region study. five years, Alvin W. French for two foregn: missions also knows thountimati.m : .
These restrictions and has reached Ciudad Deliver to is
ing: conditions, as a tremendous step years, and F. W. Harrlty for one year. of the t-t-.ltan. Miss StonaIntended speedy rfcovpry anticipated and l'l f pit I'I'A I
+ "'rtved( ) and represi-nta- protect German interests there. Unit is thought! that It will not be long ,
I forward in the economical progress 01 At the meeting of the Standard to po back to Turkey as soon I t
f oozed. labor as well!! ed States Minister Bowen has announced heron he wit''! be able to resume hid :
the country. The miners TOP! they have Distilling; \ and PiFtrirmtln! company as her lecture contract with Major
t if'tal' I am now that he will not ask for a official duties! in the
pre won \ictory and say that even if the the hoard! of directors was reduced Pond I, of Brooklyn, :\. Y., expired! navy. The operation > ,
i >- personal approval guard of bluejackets to protect the does In
award of the commission does not from 13:: to 11 mend'+ers. Frank Curtis SV will not It is asserted make any way affect ills i iphysical ,
the issues involved United States legation at Caracas and condition, I'
save: that It
give the-mall th.h3n i and James; A. Webb were elected ,!i-: any attempt to return until the sultan will j
'if commission sele t- all his colleagues will follow Mr. uw.en's facilitate hill '
is a good thing for the future of tins rectors for five years. Is willing\ for her to do so. If walking and will contribute l !
iit. and shall rt-corj- example. to b'thr 1')1
worKingmen of the world. The annual report of the Distilling Miss Stone should persist in returningto : prn He laIn )I f !
,Itive officers of Company of America for the year end. the Ottoman empire, she would physically, !si i t i'
..i: 9 in their meeting CASTRO MAKING LAST STAND. spite! of h's!' prolonged and t
GREAT ACTIVITY PREVAILS. in:; June :CO: showed gross earnings jf have to Jo so at her own expense as I I
1 .i':'f'dlate call I be i-i trying experience for the
$S;;'jl.MIO> an increase; of $3fi61,5oo the American! board, in view of existing I last few }i t
l't n whose author Battle of Victoria Will Probably Decide years In the Arctic! regions" tl' 3 !
n- to declare! thee Reading Company Preparing! to Rush over the previous!. year; but, thoughn conditions! will refuse positivelyto Revolution. i

; Cars to Coal Fields. increase of $2,290.44: In the cost of send her out under tneir auspices.
Washington. Oct. 1ti.-A cablegram !
Philadelphia Oct. 1(5.!( -Greater ac production and! distribution the gainin Secretary of State Hay was asked it DEATH FOLLOWS ;
":< I trust that the at the state department this mornin 'I :
tH'ltVIS shown at the office of the not earnings was reduced to $1,305-; the Turkish government had the rightto ;
':rtry will!! be as pv from United States Minister Roncn atCaracan
Philadelphia and Heading Coal and 4I1: At the same time payments :In exculde an American citizen from I
as we are moving asi sent last night, says: ; '
Iron connection its domains, and he replied!! : TOOTH PULLING j
j,- rests of our people company today than at any time with interest taxes, ren "Battle Victoria! continuing." :

since the anthracite coal strike began tals and miscellaneous items were "It is an accepted rule of International It is believed here that Castro Is i.

: V'X MITCHEU., more than five months ago. It is evident $1.288.991 in excess of 1901, BO that law that any sovereign power making his last stand at this point an ]I Special to The Daily News. i :

I i.ntU,1LW.ofA. : that the companj expcvU nnaily the increase in surplus was brought i has the right to exclude from Its territory that the fate of the revolution will ba ti I I'oluXllltl ; j

f resumption of mining and prep down to 75500. : any or all foreigners." I" ,
determined ly this engagement.A '
\ '., Oct. Ifi.-Weakened t j
arations'ere 1
made for
.3 being placing!;
IN COAL REGION. cars .at the mines. The beading company The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle by the extraction of twenty teeth iu : f :
CHURCH CONGRESS t'picalSol1th African Store fifty EPC'ond13.Ir: Minnie
owns 23 ini0': coil cars. One hatf!! of Vanilla Extract will not atone for Smith wife i ( i [

tc Arbitrate Learned With cf this number ha, been in use! in the the annoyance of having desert O. R. Larson of Bay Villa, Sun of Milton G. Smith, a carpenter, died { I Ia I

r'-n. Satisfaction. bituminous: trade, while the remain that is "just a little oil" in flavor. days River, Cape Colony, conductsa few minutes after hflng! removed !: I
Pi Oct. 16.-Informaingron d'l' Always buy JJurnctt's.BARGE store typical of Houth Africa, at from the operator's chair at the clinic :
pre lying Idle on the Reading
>.:: early this morn. which can be purchased anythingfrom of the Ohio Medical ,1'
university. Dr
'. new b< !1t line in the city. All of these the proverbial "needle to an
parties to the oontroitiJhricite !
Hawley, who in charge
cars will be hurried to the minins! : COLLIDES anchor." This store is situated in a was \ of the 1
coal strike hadi' to The Dally News: operation says :Mrs. Smith exhibited !{
region with the utmost dispatch. When valley nine miles from the nearest

"ayreen.ent; to arbitrate, the strike! began nearly 5'iuo car han Albany, N Y.., Oct. IG.Th&e; 'was I railway station and about twenty- none of tie symptom of pas asphyx : '
< chat conflict!! is about f WITH DYKESpecial miles from the iation. "I of :
five nearest town am the opinion that ;
.' dlers were laid off and thf'se111 !Hreenraged a large attendance at today's eesMon" Ii i
: Fuel throughout tho Mr. Larson says: am favored death occurred as a result of paralysis! I !
:01! as rapidly as })();s"ibe.! Th of the church congress of the United I I
r loa; with the great. with the custom of farmers within of the heart," he eaid. ;
company also have 3n barges 1 lying at States, presided over by Bisnop I
'':. The news did not a radius of thirty miles, to many of
J :.y known until this Its wharves at Part Richmond thi to The Daily News Daone. The first topic discussed was whom I have supplied Chamber- I :

.... !it created conslJerabld city with a capacity of 1.4oO tons each Catlettsburg, Ky., Oct. 16.-One hundred "What is the personality: and tha! lain's remedies. All testify to their THE BEST LIVKU MEDICINE.: I i,

:n tu.. mining towns. which, arp ready for immediate us*, and firty thousand bushels of sp akers'erG Prof. Lelghton! Ho- valu& in a household where a doc There is no need to be miserable if 1 t ;.

P e. ai a ni>, however, fol. Their tugs which have been in use 'n coal, a portion of the cargo of the bort College; Prof. Hayes. General( tor's advice. Within i* almost out of thequestion. you keep your liver in good shape. : '

..' the soft coal trade, are being hurried Theological! seminary New York; one mile of my Scarcely any harm can come to your '. r :
ami-In: of their leader, era advance guard of the coal fleet bound store the population is perhaps six if tho liver is kept active. t '
back to this city. Prof. Woodbridge, Columbia university system 1 I
'd ro prematurely celebrate from Pittsburg to the south, were ty. Of these, within the past twelvemonths The right remedy at the right time } ,
Prof. Marvin
'n.e . struggle Their! sunk in the Ohio river! near here early will prove a great benefit to you. t
T Ki: fight they made Is yet STONE WILL WITHDRAW TROOPSAs The moral aspects of the been absolutely cured by Chamber HEPATICURA is that remedy. It r t

tlu findings of the arbitra- the morning as a result of a collusion referendum was discussed by Prof.. lain's Cough Remedy. This mu=t Is worth using because it will make .1; : .

"''ss'r-Ti, assuming that the Soon as Strike Is Officially Declared of the towboat Fred. Wilson with a Stewartson, LehIgh university; C. F., surely be a record" For sale by all you well 1 i

co I!t!. ;ally: Indorse Off dyke 2 miles above this city. In addition Patterson. Tray; the R T. Dr. Greer,,. druggists and medicine dealers.OYSTERSTrNICAPOSTLE'S. Mr. L. A. raleIgh, of Madison, : '

.. '.t 1Mltcha'.l made the yesterday are'" Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 1C.Governo to the coal lost, 11 barges were New York; R. Fulton Cutting New' Fla.t 1IEPATICURA says: I have had occasion to .j Ii '
use several times :
,e -, '"ms little! will withdraw the sunk, while! a number which were cut York. 'I E
doubt that the Stone probably and must say I like it better than i i

"ng of the executive! boards troops in the mining regions as soon loose and floated down the river, b- of any LIVER MEDICINE I ever used. !jj!

"''ee anthracite districts will' as the strike Is officially declared oi lag secured: only after a hard struggle. Get a free sample Chamber Fine oysters today. Try them. It simply answers the purpose without !1

uver.n of the miners to con. by President Mitchell and the miners The fleet: led by the towboat Gleaner lam's Stomach and Liver Tablets at SIC APOSTLE. any griping or sickening effect II

8 arbitration! proposition and indicate their willingness to go to with 12 barges, and the towboat: any drug store. They are easy to The finest line of sterling silver and I can heartily recommend it as it

,.. men return ti> work. There work. The governor left Harrisburg Fred. Wilson with 22, had reached tha take and more pleasant in effect than goods: and silver novelties is to be Bold the BEST by all LIVER druggists.MEDICINE! I knOW Of. 1 h .

ftf that a: I general resumption early today and will not return here Twelve Pole dyke, 2 miles above this pills. Their use is not followed by found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to ,J J

'i '"'.ng will b& had Monday. before night Adjutant-General Stew city, when the Fred. Wilson missed constipation, as i h often the case I please all. Cleanln i.':'ftes skirts and waists t J I

'4 : ;presidents! who are new art is the only official of the National the channel and her front barges, with pills. Regular size, 25c. per is one cl o".i ". -laities.. Star La tn- %1 t

,... do not share in this bee guard on duty at headquarters and he iwingins! around, struck the end of the. box. All. druggists and medicinedealeis. I Q(1ave if nlw by buying dry.Fogey's.

of them are opposed toe declines to discuss!! the strike situation dyke, becoming Immediately submerged. J hour f Mixture I

e' .Attars. A convention could I or the probable time or manner In Do yen want a magnificent watch at Marston $ Quinn > -

.'. before Saturday and they. I which! the troops will be withdrawn. Oa account of the size of the tows for little money? If so, call on Furniture fig 47ncy Cure f'makes
Great \
R .* flay is not enough to or, The cost to the state of keeping Us there was great difficulty in managingthe Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate Empo- J ,

-(vy! and. penult! ., a. .dpi]: entire,military, force on. duty In the boats, and. !n,tb.e confusion of the j you. rium. 1 k & cys r4 bladder rgbt?

Ia .

i. .

l ,


; :;, >r.- ....-." ,,,,<'.'.- -<<..y'J,-'--




G OVERNMENITROOPS C il' e' d''I'U'US' is Is generally the name known sometimes as tLe given BAD to what DIS :OO-OTICE.:

EASE.) It is not confined to dens ofvice Notice Is hereby given that the following described '
or the lower classes e The purest at public auction the third ((3) lar < -
on day of .
November .\. 1)>. -
I and best people are sometimes Court House City of Pensacola in the County of Esc-an.' "

61' 00P o B son infected with this awful malady thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for tax! .

Li through handling the clothing:: i opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale ana a i ..

Headquarters of the HaitienRevolutionists. L drinking from the same vessels, A. H. D'ALEMiSK!. ..
using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons I Tax Collector E ('ar. i .
who have contracted it.
It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in He

groins, a red eruption breaks out on I
LEADERS TAKE TO FLIGHT. Ten years ago I contracted a bad case II I
'the body, sores and ulcers appear of Blood Poison. I wa' under treatment Ii I
t in the luou'h, the throat becomes of a physician until I found that he coul4ulcerated. _
H d1 y Y/ I Embark on Cruiser Cincinnati For Jamaica tLe b .:r. eye brows and do me no good. Then began taking i Owner. Description of Land. :! = _-

or St. Thomas. I lashes fall cut the blood becoming :
-Consul General ;! ; and ia a very short time a l evidence cf :
Farris Wires That St Marc more contaminated copper colored the disease disappeared. I took six Lot- -
SplotcheS and pustular eruptions and rues and today am sound and well. 'JL r- :
I Has K M. Wall, orristown Tsnn.
Capitulated.Port sores appear upon different parts of > I ---------- -

Prince the body and the poison even destroys the bones. Mrs. F. Ella Clinch.West \2' '' '' ,, , ,, , 1:;; 3; .\ -
au Haiti Oct 16.-The I! S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cures it even in the I Carl Wilson . Lots land 8, Bam Jos Brant . 1;; V

troops of the provisional governmentare worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutesthe George Crockett .Lots . . . . . . 2 ;; .:
marching on Gonaives, the headquarters I blood and penetrates to all parts of the systtm. : Clem Johnson . Lot 6, blk 3, Vac Kirk's Division VI:! ;: : ,

,, of the revolutionists: and it ,I Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will I Sarah Simmons Lot 2, bk 3, sec 12, and part of

MOTHERS, DO YOU KNOW '! is supposed here that M. Firmin, the I ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease upon I nw',4' sec 19..i! and 13: ::. '

1" the many so-case J birth medicines, and revolutionary leader has embarked on I your children for it can be transmitted from parrot Keyser: Kelker . .Lots 10 and 11, blk 10, VanKirk'sDiv

., most remedies for women in the treatment ) board a vessel and is going into exile. to child. S. S. S. contains no I of lot 1. . . . . 13 ::
t of her delicate organs) contain more oi I The French cruiser d'Assas has left but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound. mercury or pot Unknown Owners. .S'.2 of lotI.. . . . . . IT ;;, .
less opium, morphine and strychnine? Port au Prince for St. Marc, which I Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about 9 I' Hampton Webster. .Poit of ne',l of ceuj (Deed Book "

Do011 Know that in most countries Contagion 15, page 110) .. .. . . IS ::. :: .,
druggists are nut permitted to sell narcotics was reoccupied by the government Blood Poison. If you want medical advice give us a history of your case, I' Frank Lee..2*: acres in aw cor of se',; of

h + without labeling them poisons ? troops recently: and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without an ne',4 . . . . . . IS :, .
Do011 Know that you should not Later it was announced that M. Fir; charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. j, L. M. Blanton. . .X\v!4of ne',4. and w'2 of nw',4. 20 2.: .. ,

take Internally any medicine for th min, with all the principal leaders c.l! j I P D. Winslow. . .Xw!4, . . . . . . 28 : ..

pain accompanying You Know pregnancy.Do |I the revolution, had embarked on boardthe I Wm. White . .X& of nw',4' of se',4 . . . 7 Is 'J. ,
Is that Mother's Friend United States cruiser Cincinnati. TIME TABLE. I B. H. Joseph East 12 acres cf u'/i of s% of ceft
e applied externally only?
1 Do You Know that Mother's Friend.i It was added that they would probabl (10x12 chains) . . . . 2G 1 :; .. .

3 is a and that it i be taken to Jamaica or St. Thomas.St : I I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD; W. D. Hill: . . .Xw>4 of ne',4 . . . . . 20: 1-

has been in use over forty years, and that IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. Ml Washington Mayo. .n?; of nw'/t of sw', . . . 3s : ;: ;!
each bottle of the genuine bear the name Marc Has Capitulated. I '\'. H. Scott..E& of e& . . . . . 7 h ,
t of The Lrailfkkl Regulator Co. ? Washington Oct 16, Vice I New Orleans and Mobile. Wm. Kirk..3* of n%. les ;3 acres in se cor of -
CV nsnlOneral
; Do you know that when you use this > 1 I I i se',4 of nw4 . . . . 11 l
I remedy during the period of gestation I Tarris wired the state department I So.8. So.4. I I! So.!. I No S. I No.1. No.6! I Wm. Kirk..a"'' of se}; . . . . . 11 is
i I from Port au Prince I 7t5 a 12:111 m 111p r.PIlV!! ..... Yeaeacola..Arrlve Ii\() a ,, 4.m p Syr, l-
y that you \u.l: be free of pain and beaj i I today ,I 9:50 a :1:7 p lad II I Lave ..... I Homaton.... Leave 2t a:39 p 7:95 i- I D. Bauer..6 acres in sw or lot 1 t d) td
healthy, hearty and clever children ? j hat St. Marc had capitulated to the f Uwa 4:1'J 11 I 2:5.'i a I I L .avl! .._._ Mobile ....__ Leave 12: O a't 12:13: n 6G3I Book 11, page 354 . . . 2''"I L
1 Well: these things are worth knowing provisional government troops. .... ..... "::5p I 7)1: a Leave "r !I.. Leave to:'.. p 7:25a I X. C. Mc'lillan .Lot i. . . . . . . 2" 1 ;:
i .r They are facts. Of druggists at *i.oa I ;O"; ;: I Unknown Owners..Lot 59. and sfe of lot SN . :21! 1 JI l-

1 I'CtL't he persuaded to try a s d sutute. Mluht He Worice.Mrs. James Lee . .West 13; acres i.f: &20 at n SID t d

iw Our,1 lu'e: : book .Motherhood" free \'PIHl-\1I11 thin the whole i I : I Book 20, page 153 . . . 3 No. 2. No. & :So. I So. -
t *: .1 r't THE BRADFiELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Ca awful story pet into the IWIIKTS.Mr I ll:05ptnliam 12:15 p m Leave .... P,'n"arola ... Arrive .:i It 1.I ,;. Cccuthtre-Oh: well matters I. : :51p m \l\nt'oml'ry..LE-av" 11:15; am 9I.'ipn I road (Deed Book 1*, page' : }I''n) .27.::::; : -
11:3 am Q'JOIpm Arrivf.. til1 ml'i ham .. Leave 5:3da: m ':USp U1 S.
Big Structural PlantHi. : mfcht l hI' I'tHi"n'I'. It might; have 7JJ p m 8lu: a m Arrive ..... Nashville! .... L '-ve ..... .. .... .. Garey and Henry
hUll tlraulatzed.-.lwlf'; YVs Jam 8ISa mrnvl! .... Louiville .......LeaveAriive. 8:15 pm.onpai 2:45aii\ 3lorris..Lot 10, F. Vidal . . . :C"; i- i
.<. \ Ala: O. i. '<:.-The j'rarlil I 7:2am: 11:59sm .... tncmnatl..I.l.ft\'e: W. P. Brewton .
a ; ; U.lSpu X% of lot 1. . . . . . -t:! 1-
i for the hi.: HT i> niril iron <0op! is: :orT IVlontln to the Jn-
ar ini p'-he4 as fad as ,iiObE.blf. This "Do yon believe tlmt: ti > ruin falls ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCrHH{. I Blackman Lot 31, J. Fontinel Or . .4s j-
ad'lir"n! :, to the pr.Terijrifces! of Ensloy] Laura Adams . .1 acre in P. Palmes Gr I d D. L':1;
al'ke! the and ? ,
on jn.-t unjust 'so. l-Dally No. II-lJally I Sostnp where time not shown I ;). 2-Day 's win! !hp loraipj !Ptwo.n the railroad Not a bit of It The unjust haveth --- I Page 100) . . . . . 4H: : ,
tF I 11:55: pm 7:00 a m 'ILfolt\"d... ... .l1sBcol.Arrlv. 1/.0 p m 11:30 II' i Joe Thompson 25 in
1# tracks and the st nl 1 works, and will un Ilrdal."Detroit True Press.lli 12i5 night 7:18" II .. (:ou"l>ll.. ......... 1'.17": 8:111I p" acres ne pa-t aiijoiui: WIrson's -
i i occupy a space < muring nearly two I 12tH) II 7:16" ....... Yn'o'lra .._._ 10:8t" :"I"I in L. Vurian Gr .1 and K 2r--: : _
4y f acrf'=. The shop will work tie I UI":: 7:1i ....... l-'lanbl&_.?. 10:1'4 II I 6:57" I Unknown O>rners. .N% of lot 3. . . . . q :34 jl _
place Faith ....._ "
l.o'i" 7::5"1 ulftt 111-1I" 1i.3 II E. W. Christian. That
rc'o and! bar sta 4'1 l into structural material IIaa-1-Po U>lie\u things be I 12:1\1" 7t! ... ..... Harp ..... ._ II IC:21 II 6.u part of n2 of nw*, of n\," 'i
'mot' you can I 12.iill" 75" ......6'1ltClt1....._. I fi:27 III sec 20, I 5 acres; also that
q {k 4 for the fame work of huJUInss.: : Tip inherit? I U.& 7W: II ......... \tlltOf .... ..._. 10:15"I: I 60" part of sw',4 of sw% 20 acres
} ; pla,.r will!: post something like $l<")0.oo'!. T ,lU-\\'(<11. if I didn't I wouldn't be 1! 1:3\J am..... .. II ..000(1 Range_ ...... II {:ai of w .
I' I 15.'i" :15" ...... .... Holts._ ._. '' P\ .:115"j railroad Deed Book 26 pp. 7 13 11!: ;
E JI..r..tnfnr". .. .. thy. Tennessee Coal. Iron engaged.-Phlladrlyula Times. j 2'IJ II 8:30: ......... .Ulbgan "'__ '' U2J"; &::11" W. L. Everhart..Lot 1. . . . . . . 111n ._
.a sa r 1 ana r.anroaii! Company! nave caJ toi ,| I %::1:1": 6:89 II _...Crestvlew! ..__ : J" 400" W. B. Joraan. . .SeU of se U, and n% of sw& of
It .. "
I 8l0) 8M": ......IeerLead 8:50" 8!3t"S
depend on the northern mills for this 1 he AV irst l-'oiin. I : '!I" 11:1) II Ht'act !!:to" Hae If ne',t . . . . . 2M InOn :.
: cass] of material but the probability .:1).1" Pi5" LieFaniakiSpringa. II 5itl: II %:.s II Griffin. . . .Sw'4 of se',i an'! south 10 acres
V Multitude are Singing the praise: ? i 41 II .. II .. ....Argyle ...__ 7H"
: 2: Otto !* that the company will! b* er.abh"l' 1 1rlj of Kodol the new discovery whichis II .:.1} 1167' ......Pone d" L"oa._ 7:1\1" 2:18" nw 4 of fie . . . .11 1 :. : :
1 to enter the market tlirrnselvs erxl 10:10' .. ..K'estvflla....?_ 7:17" I 155 Frank Carter..East 4 acres of lot 1 (Deed Book
ir the
ti f on making: so many sick people well I 5Uj": 10:15' .. _... Cllryvllh_._ 7:12" lw: It 13, page 415. . . . . 32 :
yr completion of this plant and welk people strong!! by di estintr 1i.53" 10SO' II ..-..._.Runllsy_,..._ 8:5 II 1: 7" E.
what they eat, by cleinein? and I 8Q II 107" .. ......... lblpey .... ..... .. e31: It I 1 :1'4' II Walker..4 acres in nw cur lot 3, (Deed
Bessemer May Get Mill. sweeteuiiiar the stomach and ':80 II 11 :11'1" II _.._C'ottr.Ddl\le.__ 8:1 It lY:".. lOOl Book 12, page 9j) . . 32 C l !
P.t> Big the hy |. 7 1O" lea ._.....Nertanna.- ".. :lIIJ" .,11:11" Sarah Still. . Lot 5. . . . . . . 32 ,;..
sspml-f. Ala.. Oct. 1C.-If rumo.-s transforming their food into i j.SO" 11:15 .... ..... I.'jprpss_...._ 5'i9 It 11:45: a frr
4 heard today ar.d'hlch kind of pure, rich, red blood tl-at i' 7.11" '1:52 .. ..Or"nd nudge 5:: 11:! 'r 0. 0. Blakeley. . .2 acres in nw cor of sw>4 of ne&
It a are bcliertlto makes you feel good all over. Mr-. < 7:1. t'i... coon. nf'ftdo:! ..... II '::I" IOru '. (Deed Book 1'J; jtasre 305) . 2 1 l'
be reliable count for i u:Ir .1. \r"'" ..Rh'p- 'lnrtlOn.l'at'e : :III 1'td' '
anything the S. C.
Cranfill. of Troy, I. T., writes : For i, IIigsbee..2 acres in nw11 4 of sw>4 of neM ,
c ; new steel mill and furnaces of tho a number of year I was troubled'' ------- ---- -- -- e of II. Higoacp: & s of Lyoi

r t' Aiabama Stell and Wire company in with indL-osMon; and dY rppi;' I (Deed Book 18, page 535) . :2: Ir
fy e I Tolvhs; an expenditure: of eon.-i./p.a-/ w1 !iod yrew into tl>e w\r-t forii II I 11 tor Fiannery! . .Sonta 15 acres of eeu of sw14

ble] ov r $1.000.000. will be locate J at Fir. illy I war: induced to ii" K,,rif.! east of railroad ( See Deed Boot

; or near this place. Engineers hays ani sfter using: four bottle* I am entirely ia, page 670 . . . . 2 l :. _
V teen looking over the ground here an1 cured. I h' artilyrecnu.uV i rd TiARVERWIISKT .* nun Ilnndnrson..Nw% of sel, of se II . . 101.0 !!
m r i a number of soundings Kod il lto all utIpr* from iiuli-rpstior, Ciia B. E\eruart..Nlli acres of lot S suh.lliof / .
have b_,
Vt' made. n and dy.-p' psia. Take a Ii i 'e: after 6. Gonzalez Gr. . . . 11B 1 :L
3l mtal. Jt cli'et; ; what yon eat. II Ilattan..Lot 19, ub.lior lot f. Gouza! z J

T I Hargis I Pharmacy, John riiitpaid.JCahu. :: Gr . . . . . . 14 1 1-: '
f NEVER ASK ADVICE"/ "'hlul'Y : \\'. L. Grant . AH of fract'l! sec 13.:; l S an- .13; Jli' > '
.-4 1 -- -_ -__ 4 I.k
When rou have a ('--u;:h or cold 1''illialns.Agent::

don't a-k yhit i; >ro<'a for it aiid xt I j If you want a good Bedstead I >r WlOtla..5 acres in set. 'f P'A'& of ni' .
E 11i some medicine wit I li'tleoi nonjprit I fI ljinn':: '! F. :Sn'ith's ('n wt.
: or a nice ( ilJ for the
and ) *. A-k fore r\!\ (Deed Book "'
p..rhap"IIl.'HII p ge "S.'i' . isVji !ft d
p 1j Foley'Ho- y :imi Tar, the rreatI I baby, ;o to Marfifon $ \ air; Hnian! . S ] ') acres of M 10 . . . 24 I l.:. j

r} i throat and I ltinr rpinedr, it cure- Qtiinn's. }'. -tun Pierre . Sw . .t.4 . . . . . 2s 1 !. .
cough and i- 1.1- fjtucUv.V A I "'CII. Moore. . .E% of W'/2" . . . . 32 1t II

r- K D'AlpU1lJHte. S; P-.lafox .trent I L i i'uliison:: : . Nw>4. . . . . . . 4'::::1 ,:

8 A RESTAU3ANT TRUST. .I .\V .A'iKin-i . MwU, . . . . . . 8 ;!n :: .
CURES WEAK MEN FREE. !, .. K,: .\l'\aiair i .Nw'A . . . . . S 2n .. '.

; Those in Chicago to Be Under 'i, i .lam, Kannon . AH, except 61 air. . . . 23 :2n! .". ; ..

}V 1 Central! Management One J( liiMiMIrfte and a Happy Home ;i 'LICHT YOUR HOUSE WITH CAS9t'PI'LI1'1 : .\. H ilavtland..All railroad of n%, exsept and n'4 w'4 of S of'2. n'i\vcst ofs of

I Chicago. Or'(. l..-Chicago 1s to fur All I I % . . . . . . 35 2n :; : ..
;4 ? ,' f, r' have a restaurant trust, capitil( I I How any mini may iiuickly cure himself IY TUg' TKN-SACOIA 1 Scientifically Distilled, Visit t Hiirti, n . .Swi4 of se',4 of aw K and n'A of

r ; $5,0ti0.oon: i if the plans of certain! pro after years of sutlfririK from stxval: weakne I se% of sw 4 . . . . 31J 2n ." ..
-S. lent t'ttullty night |lo-sr., VariCOl'l-le. G \S ('O'II'Y.. I
| Aged Prince Purdna..Part of Tr
motors Cooper Collins
rl ; i are carried out says 1h.* rlc.amienlarge -.mall weak organs to full j Grant
i .4. i Tribune. All the large restaurants of size and vigor. Mmply send your name j It? merits are of t 1. utt1l...-t *ta-I Molino, ( Dee'! Book 15' page

c c' the city it is I'Ont -mplatet!, are to ba I and'Hull address UUll iII"in .Ur.II..trolt.lll'II.Knt p1..dwt1:: I ?: anti t. 0..they l.Ni: bility, :Iud when once iu<;talJ'd tire Absolutely! Pure, 536) . . . . . . 39 2n ". :
I flu Samlds..Part of Fr
d.i drawn tinder one central management, a<1 [rev re. rcpt with full three- j is no more that f. IJrht And Safest for all IVes. Cooper Collins Grant,
?: 4'; timho t i nut HI.V man iniiy easily cure him- ] expfii-p r tnsI Molino, (Deed Book 26, page j
rs the bead of the establishment however -ell Hi l-.iiiuc Tills! iiccrtaiuly H In0-t Ht-n I rnn-nirieil. Our service i* of the For Hah! byDannheisser 251 . . . . . . 392n: ;

t fo retain the direction of his own from dUU"tllt'lr:ttrr,duly and for mailtbow b'liowinRfXiractsUkt-n: bat meu think lnghe-t ttlcieucy, and alw.iy like. a I' a.4tlpkins . S% of jot 1. all of lot 1 . . 34 311 :.1: 1 s

(t f place. of thfir generosity."Lni I I our light-, thoroujhly; reliibie. In I Bros.CHOICEST t'nknnwn O\\'ners..Xet,4 of swt,4. . . . . 29 4n ;::1\1
A large grocery !Jou?!'. bakeries a r for.r.-l'l\a.e:! of accept sincere'i illinnkt Unknown Owncrs..I4ots 39 and 5Y. . . . . 40 4n ''i'.T. \
} yours recent I haveq comparison with other method of i
' 1 t central! meat market and stores; KlM-u your treatmei.t a tliorousn test aud (: W. Girnore..8! of ne% . . . . . 6.n ::1\\:
1 V.1 1 warehouse, from which all the cafes the hem-lit baa been PUrR'Jr lnRry. It bus I 'l liyhtin, the cost of onr system will I H :1. ]!rooks . East 120 acres of 1'1'1. . . 1? an .: hIt

xUI draw their supplies: at wholesale] completely vigorous. braced when a me boxand up. 1 am you just cannot ash'i. be fund much more pcouomical. .\. Brooks..Ne'i of ne', lese 4n' acres . 13 ;5n :::1.t -

;dg i ratps, is one f"atureof the reah/e bow bapp 1 am" I I H. Carulp) . . .S% of nw' of ie1, and n% of
combina Dear I"IfS-\ ourntetbudworked I>"aull- I -OFm 8W 4 of i. . . . '
+ ? tion. fully. It..ull.erl' exactly what I nerdd.Ntrrngtb P tocola Gas (Do se . 13 ;.n :n.,';
l mid Mgor h compkt-ly returned j I C'o. .\. ITartwell.w of nwa . . . . . 18 fin :1'1':
Jelks Tires and enlargement l is vntirtly sau;- 'i Fi f tmmm' n Wbite..Lot 12less 4 aCf'S . . . .25 5n :n.Tl ;\
,! Opening'Gun.. factory Dear"!'<1r8-\3urswRi received and I had 'I| ;25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pensaccla Fla_ iiuuu nily uUiliLuilUiun1AT i iG. I Manning..N 10 ft of L : 47. . . . 31 5n "i.I ,

Montgomery, Ala.. Oct. 16.-Governor ro trou'ilela niaklni u-eof thy receipt n- Thos. Chambers .Swt,4 of ne>&, less 22 acres . .24 ]n :;,: ," i J'
Ir i i, JelKs has c| >niil his cainnaieii with; direi-Ied. and call I truthfully say it IS a Imontowoik I-SEH\IJ: FIK.H t:1 "LnU.E: .Tahn C'unnlngham..W% ofw% . . . . . 6 3n ::':'.\ J" .

+; ., #Uj a sp)<'*>< h at NVwton. In Dale] county. men.! and am a.or.
E' where lien. H-nry D. Clayton alwpoke. All corre-iocileuce i' stsiot'y. confidential Following I. the -'I iclult f the Mary Courtney..Sw% . . . . . . . 30 4n 1 w I' .
mailed in plain, sealed i i.v..iop.ih>> I n. C. of . . . . .
The. gov mor Duel uDJcnt: t"'Hn!"' General 1'rr, reh Cromwell..S nw1A 30: ': v1V.
was <
crt"tt-il': hy r.veipt i Is free for the a-kin,' coo they want I 14 f:1li:
k 4 i a large! anc:! eiKbu.-'aftlc: audit-.ct-! of i exerv man lo have it. vhich THE: NEU& prints for tn u ilfmr! !:i p ., : C. Beck..Noflotl. . . . . . 7511 2.:'Vv -
ih >enptit'of the merchant who hip A. N. Jarvis . .10 acres in ne ('orJot 3 tuned P.n.k,
r I I wire grow Democrats and donne.: I Iasnt Fun. !Cordova KitaurantHt.imO1 !
t ) 1I I heir goods to the Various army 22, pave 60ij . . . :34 fin ''_ '.
al i most of his speech to state affairs.'Ilir ,i" 4 II h'." ".'.. ;j ..... .. g'" I '''6t5 : of Piupappleo! at ll.T"! i i .st. '!arv ltitchPll..Nw}+ . . . . . . 2 3n: :, VV '

1fi j r is' r'J >yt'",1lde4L'3a 'i .eaves ; ... .... 7-oiia. m. to 00 per dozen. I J. W. White Agt. .E12 of e'i . . . . . 2 2n ;r..;
1 I'upf iiiliriitlon." -" \.. ,.: '!i.s :',:.. t'!= I I II ,.....oHIrrlncns... .... _....... 7-M a. 4n. -.- ; J A. Slay . . !S-U: of nw1:. . . . 10 "!n :;" '.
do > ::i nit-mi by', ulicrs of ',. .1i'u'kpn.. .. .. . .. .. >ysl a. m. r Clcw.Tt"' E'CS". '
the d I 9r- J. ,,\'oi:5 I>irranca9receacoln....... ..... ... .._.. 'SK a. in. .'i.!.5 tis4 ,=* Rtsa .ek eti.a t J W. Drnnson..Sw1/ Nwy . . . . lfi n '', ', .\
tkj I 'lU"'ar'! u>kcd the )pott'swife. k j cI dJ. .raves l'e na acOlx .. .. ... .. ... .. ...)':15 a. nl.Arrives a:1a'ro\7. 1; if I3a; rci5L ", Emanuel Gnibhs .Se'4 of n<>Vt . . . . . 1') .1n ", >

VV;' I la mct ;. (' ruses; a trip Ksrranc'n to to'ortIch..e: 11:10: n. m.and and then then. '--f.',, "' 'i-.arialaat Mol., .only 4.. .........,.-....fI .\.....,'" I Esther Wheeler .W% of srH . . . . . 12 :Hn: :, :. :
z ? "Why, Xov t-mlnr and Hec-cmlitr. niconrie 1 I II \ ,Gras to Harrancan. s{ t.( : -.\... '..' citiltt ,11.:'.;'* KLi'tPARKER'S i A. T. Lt ? . . .Sw1K of nwt,4 . . . . 14 :?!n :3{ :'s'
I my ,1.! 'Ir" r"Ij'tJ) thtI I mhairtsl :: 1 -eav.-s Knrrsncai ... .. .... .... ...... I"', :..11.1'1'e' (- ; ;ti' .i.. ....,......-.t.... : :.. ..r.j '.a ., Wm. Wilson..E1f.I] of sw>,4 of nf''4 . . . 19 4n ':"' .t,

one with u :iu-iullsli! ;cin.-Ch. I Y'I .h.:"fI""!7..:.. ,h.. I: ,I ..races PeUhttcoIa Hickens. .. .m.. on. .... J, p J.. m.revr5 m.. -j-: '. r !' -"-.,...., : "'h1''::''b'. I_i-..... I Geo. Lorke..NwV . . . . . . 20 4n :',.', ;\ .

,yt eagu Net+. iJO A EV'i 1"1... .. ..; !J1l6' -. Kiciten .... ... ..5 p. m.. : 1 .' .': ..... '.,' .'::: I ;Mrs. Hi2'hnate..E% of nw>4 . . . . . :34 4n :::n. .
'I L JU&h..I '''''''i Arrives Harraucaj .V.W: ) p. u. bud conk<- I '. I:. Ward . . Lot 4 . . . . . . 13 an 2 ; :; '
:McK and .
rip to e return.
,y ; I. y tIt you're H-Mayin' fry dinner." "n d! =' mona1 fund4d. Cmtt oat win leavp Barrancas via Pick- -' ...u._Q''I of se'iW. . .. . . . 14 5n ;/IT;

"1 the .J'uth"r' littlf "I'm for Peuiacola Pt 6:30 m. J. Gimlar. . .W% of e% . . . . . .22 5n ril-.v: :
'; : boy ntraiyou'll -! !i rrm.GrJ! nd L !. in- p. .
1' r0Z: em The General trench is for i. my Jno. W. Barrow .Lots 3.5 and 6. . . . . rfi fin 'J'iAG5 ;::
so hunCTy. only cat on |
if >ublicutl"n.*'-.\t Iauta Constitution.:: I phrsittins &S tha e&t f faI' ) Jurpose- only and any outsider urt I I .c C.eun1 tewtne.BALSAM the bue J. H. fcLendon. .LGt 4. . . . . . . :;1 6n: ;;.;.\,
r.4 (.16111 nd Bk&s? trcwhlwrRICT lave a pa s from the quartern: .. :er i Prjnwx-t a Inxunftct pruwth. Kati Taylor..Let 43, Herman's '!iv of lots 2 to
*ru: t Natural Anxieiy. I' > take rane 01 her. I /-1--ar- NJVT Eair to Tti't i'e to You Heslore'hfui Color.Gray 6, west of railroad . . . 5s: 3')w
I?* **d 2) lire ...aka. p .ttll 1 4 Cunt fJ"s p do e..r Luyj. R F. Liddle..20 acres sooth rf n3 acres, lot 4,
t Mothers I L .nJ 41' '8 nn. : i
retard approaching win I W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.; ( Deed Book 23, nago 626) ? 3 2s ".'ir _
ter with uueiine: children take i 'j r = =- -- -- 1 Oliver Foster . .Lots 1 and 2, sub-iiiT cf let: 13, C.

cold so easily. No disease costs more I \ DR. KING'S DeVUHers Gr . . . . 9 23 3v "

a" V little lives than crnip. It's attack i j.* tGOLAYGr> 'l1 Three tiny Capsules' into r. Hu"h Cravey. . .Lot 2 . . . . . . .1123 30;.v _
eo sudden that the sufferer H often Balsam of CopaibC'beb '- TRY ': John Anderson. .7 acres cor lot 1, (Deed
}! beyond human aid before the doctoarrives. i and Corn r Deal Mills and Inject: 'TN V DISCOVERY| ; Look 23. pare 2'J8) . . 16 2s jov) -

Such cases yield \ t Jurist I T.rr nre ia 43 hro J t .J; I, FOR THAT COLD. j! D. Durnes..Lot 3, less 3 acre . . . 17 2s t'! '.; .

One Minute Cough;: ('Uff!. Liquifythe !I Unknown Owners. .Xe!{ lot 5I . . . . . 17 2s 30-A-
F. GONZALEZ A CO. 'F A ae ?r i.Kte, w thh I I.GC't
tlueu Pros, B.'fIT. TAKE i
; allays i : tltmmation, removes NO SUBSTITUTE. i Dock Duffee..l acre in s part of lot 6 and north of ';
cn. ft ai t :
1 denser. Absolutely safe. Act* Manofactcrert'HOICK Cures Consumption Cough Hand's (Deed Book 19, page 635):; 17 :2s: :n;"'">di.ltfolr. Cures, cough*, cold*, in of
ff'-\L\SP I'YYrItnCh4STOCK Harriett Tohmpson. acre s'fc lot 6. n of Duf.fie's -
grip, bronchiti*. all throat and Inn Colds Bronchitis Asthma ,
trouble I F.I;lJ. PSOFESSIONA.vToliowr. i .DS. Deed Book 19, pass 7##) 17 2s :'v

01A had F.hh'u.:cold rendered. viceIws I|| troDiie Home Indnstry for there u ___ ..:. __. .. j PnenmoniaHayFeverPleuj u. V. A. Borras . 50 ft by 340 ft. on west line in
i ,cry res-en you should: buyyonr drat An n!z of E',3! of io -3 (Deed Book
: just before nn oratorical conte-*. I! 'Stock Feed Irom the HornilsnuXnctrrHr '11. D. j LaGrippe, Hoarseness, 27. page 743). . . . . 182sIS : :>:;.
I intended withdraw: but too k or by to doing you encoara! borne in":!;:' 'Sore,
t I Throat and 1 Ella D. Thomas. .:20! ft by :213: ft
t One Minute( Cluh Cure It re=tort(i I :ry. loor mooey Is leftin the comma. '.} Otc: : ITS S. inI Croup youth of Borras' in
1 tad you In tarn are Indirectly brn"fi;? (Deed Book
I my voice in time to win the! the Boors toW a. n 1 tap n Whoop: g' Cough. J
HarpiPhamncy John mfldJI."I ?oatrboletOthpeaneeot fostering home manufacturer J'Lt I i 23, page; 30x; ) . . . . 2s f:0w: 1t.Pl' .
labor. lea
: ow< ind after o'clock
r i Sidney Kahn. .t to ttecommanltT which yoa lire ."' i 1. NO CURE. NO PAY. j F. L. Hendricks. .220:! by 335 fet -Mt or King's fn n>*
} I sSto1: contributes to Tllllr UIPl1ort. Phone rst .. J Price SOc and S i I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I I\ of s!% of lot 3. (Dord Book 21.Y .

I ,


.._ .






__.__ n .,
:= .- .j ,

CD .
.:. Ha d j :
Josie De Witt is singing In Berlin. I Inn Cutlet Frc'*i Rifle Lodges in Joh.i:

Description of. Land. I a s: wi 4-1 3c Ul kett is to produce "The Bishop's Carswell's Lang. 1IB-0 : f;

it = ......c 1<. c... :Jon ." \ ':.-..rna1Ga.: O<;. 10-; :.Il c., :

00 CJ E < <: -= Lobe Fuller is to tour America this I :: .'Vd:; T*. and St.-;:... :: ......". .

season.Marie. : tl. \\11:: :1.:1r: :: :(,ieg .:. b.:! ,' 1

m.m's "Temporal Tower" i "'1.1..t .\ ,; 'at1! ,. .. : ;

page 261. . . . . . IS 2s 30w 13 i 11-9 has beuu iL'iiujti/o<]. > I ('as.cell tart ::,u hip ,! ( a.1bt'wo :! BEERS HiFamous
t tf tv ty I
170 ti east cf Leddle's } .
; jO ft by The :garden fce iie of "Faust"! is to ; .lit ih> :, ASS LI> Ian i ; 1
in n'i of sk of let 3 (Deed Lie acted In \':uiie\'ille."My i Tur t'io S:: bi r.(>:lth a tre">. -i. 1 II the World
Hook 19. page: 712) .. . 18 2s .20w % 1 99 1.
oWibegan; exliihitirg the! nan
Serf lot 5, s ..Illv of n'/: . .33 2s 30w 10250 Lady'u.tue" is the title of a ,. 1Il1' Over-Fully Matured. "
ism of h'sii': \ lie had '
taken it i
.L.SW >4 lot 5, subiliv of n >i . 33 2s 30w 10 83 new comedy by II. V. Esmond. i

. Lots :2::6 and 27. .. . . . 31 2s 30w 10 4 13 TinBostoni.ius' revival of "Robin tially to pie s. having left it loaiifJ) Jc/d Everywhere.MIDWIKKltY. ; .

:. Lot 7. . . . . . . 35 2s 30w 37 4 18 ImxT[ has wet with great sucoi-ss in He jammed the barrel down upon a b I
. .luu ft by 243 ft :n lots 2 and 3. Now York. stone and t-! l'2.rtt11jeeIfodC'l: TV --_ r t : 1, tl

M. Jackson's plan (Deed Book Bruce McKae. who last season played bullet went through his hand through I : t ; ,

11, page 436) .. . . . 51 2s 30w % 2 32 Charles Brandon with Julia MarloweIn the fleshy covering of the abdomenand : ;

: ,.,,irt. .X part of let :3:, M Jackson's Plan "Wlien Knighthood; Was In Flower : :; lodged In his right lang. The of Thennderaignedtakesthismethod'jfTriasr her services as a J1 ;
Bock 21 210. .. 51 2s 30w 113 :
( pge. be Round may result fatally. .
is to Ethel Barryinore's leadingman. flrst-cUss licensed midwife, have
::a .S'/4 of lot 50, blk 9, Old City of The girl! was terror-stricken. She lug had 35 years experience. ,,1

1'cnsacola .. . .. . . .38 03 Miss Agues Ardeck has been engaged 4(( ran to the bo>"'s home, a few blocks Can give best, of references from ,

? . .Lot 59, blk 11. Old City of Fensa- 11 ill away: and notified his mother. Tue leading physicians of this city. I I )
cola . .. .. . .. . .. 30 57 by Bolossy KIraIfy to play the leading MHS.M. GlDDEX, i
police! ambulance was summoned, and
: . .S 10 ft of n'/ .lot ::3. blk 12, Old female role Aouda in hIs spectacular lit 114 Boat! DeVillier!! St. i
Backache Is .
forerunner and in
541 revival of "Huund the World In Eighty a it he was conveyed home.Fotey's I
City of Pensacola .. .. .. .
.L! ut lot 72. blk 12, Old City of Days." one of the Moat common symptoms ; -L I ;

rtnsacola .. . . . C 35 Burr: Mclntosh, who was to have appeared of kidney trouble and Tar fJ..A.-N E L V E-, ( 1 I T

.L?.-, less south 4Cft lot 73,blk 12, at Mrs. Obboru's playhouse In womb displacement. Honey and Uia most heaUnu in 1 ,Ifl
DM, City of Pensacola . . 2 02 New York, has catie led his contract cures colds, prevents pneumonia. ( s *e tn sworke fi : Ir

:.; .EJO ft and corrc3pcndingwldth and annnunees that he now retires permanently READ MISS BOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE. it'

Intendencit street lot 24C, blk from the stage. Some time ago I was in a very
13, Old City of Pensacola 10 33 weak condition my work made me I THE NEW GROCERY STORE.I I

.C30:: ft lot 300 anl w?i of 301, blk I nervous and my back ached frightfullyall 1.11.
17, Old City of Pensaeola. 23 12 ORCHARD AND GARDEN. the time, and 1 had terrible head .

.All of lot 330::: blk: 21, Old City of aches. ..
Pensacola .. . . . 19 3J Cuttings::: roses may be made as mother pot a bottle of LydiaI : I t II
Jf'tt' s front, by 100 ft se cor let the wood acquires finniii'ss. :. Piukliain's Ve{ 'tabl., t'omI WILL MOVER If!

352 blk 1, D-mils-on: Tract, Old All wounds on trees are the better .I pound for me, and it seemed to 1

City of Tensaoola . . 8 51 for being! j-ahitod, tarr '.l or covered !i strengthen my back and help me at Keep a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock f'
ponce t and I did not pet:! so tired asliufore.
Lot street 470, west Old side City of of Pensacola.Spring. 11 93 ter.with some bubstunce to keep out wa- I continued! to take it, and it : of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries. t 111 4 '

S40 ft of c1.?* of lot K, Old City cf brought health and strength to me, No 30 W. Government St. Salisbury Block.TIXKPIIONK '
.. 2C S4 The red raspberry! reproduces itself and I want to thank you for the I !
Pensacola . .. "
shoots around the good it Has done me. Miss KATE
; parent : 327. f
.Lots C and 7, tlk S, Belmont \ r. i
KOLLMVX, U'ntlt.; ,\t Wales Avc., I L t
plai.t These I I.l taken in lI
Tract City of Pensacola .. . 7 27Hast may up _
:SO ft of west 47?2 ft of lots the fall and tiausplanted.A New York City. -$5000forfalt Ifor/ginalof 0
about letter proving genuineness cani'ot produced
21 to 23, blk 2S, Belmont Tract small, thrifty: tree with good roots, I WICI< E & CO. : il a

City of Pensacola. . .. . 5 71.Wli1 es-iieoi.illy: small fibrous. ones, when set Ljdi.v Pink-ham's Vegetable

z ft of lots 21 to 25. and all of out will be a :good bearing; tree sooner Compound cures because it is

lot 2C. IJlk 2S, lI:1't. Tr, City of than a large tree with mutilated roots. the greatest known remedy for Plumber Gas and 1
Pecsacola . . . .. 7 57 andneed { Steam Fitter i'' I !
. Lots 22 to 2C, blk 39, Belmont The loots are the life of the tree kidney and womb troubles. ::+ t
the best attention.: In taking
Tract, City of Pensacola .. 9 14 upa Every woman ho is puzzled l <
tree for transplanting care must be '
; No. 6 Scnth
Lot 1, blk 40, Belmont, Tract, City about her condition should write Street
of Pensacola . . . .. 633 UM-d to 51'tUr:1 much of the roots All Kinds oi: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept ca Bad )
to Mrs.l'inkham at Lynn, :Ua s.,
..1.otIS and 19: oik: 41, Belmont Tr, uninjured as possible. VRLHPHONH:: *3A '- rKNSAOOl.A! FliA.
: i'lI
City of Pensaola . . . 21 25 Cabbages. that are growing freely: and tell her all.Shooting. I I !
. Lets 20 to 23, UK 43. Belmont and jet do not bead well can have their -
1 r, City of Pensacola ... . 22 IS progress hastened by running a spade ---------- 4 WEEKLY HC1IEDUTL.B .r. J

.. .. ..Lot 20 blk 41;. Belmont Number- under them and .Kliirlitlv.n lifting them._ I'
nJ .
--i ing.'City: of Pensacola .. . 19 2s 30w 3 5t The object Is to check their growth so In Jackson. FOB STEAM DIVISION ;. f. t
Scottsboro, Ala. Oct. 16.- If You Have .
During a
.Lot 21, blk 46, Belmont: Numbering that heading: Is induced. PEN8.\COLAELECT1tlOTEHMIRAIi : y >
City of Pcnsacola . . 19 2s 30w 3 :bl card game at Hollywood, near this HAlLWAY COMPANY.
,.inV45 ft lots 1 to 4. blk 73, Bel- place Saturday night, a difficultyarose f at
mont Numbering City of Pen- Beware Oinlineiirs Catarrbthat between two players, when one Trains leave Pensacola for the Lilllt '

Eacola . .. . . .?. 28 2s 30w 10 33 Contain Mercury of them, Egbert Shah, a young white I RheumatismURIGSOL and Bayou Fort big Barrancas lI yon, Warrington at ,NUJ tart l .!

:.. Lot 8, Llk SO, Bclmcnt! No., Cityof will purely destroy; the man get up and left the room. Somo .
. .. 187 AS mercury .. ((1:301.m.arrive at Fort Karraccai f:18a.1a 1' a
Pensacoli . . 23 2a 30w in the room shut the door, \\her". I '
of smell and completely derange local a.m.arrive at fort Barrancas 10:46 etclx
-- .Lot 10, blk I S3: Belmont No., City of sense upon S-sk: pulled his pistol and began' the great tested and + p.m.arrive at Kort barrancas ldep.6 I J. 1';
Pensacola! . . . . .. 19 2s 30w 4IS tile wliobiy! tem when entering rndursed CaliforniaItemed 8:80: p, m. arrive at tort Barrancas 6:111 p wel5pmarrlveaiForIBarrencei ; .
it through; the mucous surfaces. firing through the door. One of the / will cure r:00pm I
.Lot 5. blk94, Belmont No., City of It also cures Liver, Kidney and '. .
Such articles should never be need struck Slick Russ boy. you. 8uu p.m.arrive at Kort Barrancas 8:10pls
Pensa<>ola . . . . . 19 2s SOw 1 50 shots a negro Bladder diseases,caused by an excess of Trains leave Fort Barrancas for henia- j j.k
.' .t. Lot 13, blk 127, B?lrnnnt0.., Cityof except on prescriptions from reputable in the pit of the stomach, from the .1.i i uric acid. It never lulls, and builds up eOla at i f I
as the damage they the health and rtrergth while unrig it.
Pcnsacola . . . . 19 23 30w 94 physicians fells of which he will die. Sisk wan J
will do is ten fold to the good you Bond stamp for book cf wonderful certificates '1I a.mlrrlve at Pensacola ..._8:00: k. H i i
. .Lot 25, blk 128, Belmont No., Cityof can possibly derive from them.Hall's arrested and plated In Jail at till Price. Jl per bottle. For pale llUOp. m. arrive at Penlacola.l1:48 1
. 19 2s 30w 2 C2 There number of white by druggists. If your druggist ran not 2:00 p. m. arrive at Peneaoola.r, 1:40 p.m 1" '
Peusacola: . . I Catarrh Cure, manufacturedby place. were a i ....
supply you It will be sent prepaid upon B:>W\ p m arrive at Fensacolk _. tuft pas di I" t
. .Ah of blk ISo:: Belmont No.. City F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.,1 I men and negroes in the game. receipt ot price, Addre Too p. m. arrive at feneacola_ f:611 p, J
i ;' Pensacola . . . . 19 2a 30w 364 contain no mercury, and is taken I 'tltbp.m.arrlveetl'eneaoolaeaopter! ", ". I
'.' :. .L. 6. blk 13S, Be'mont! No., City internally, acting directly upon the Money Raised' For Strikers. I UdcscltaicjIlXLcsAngEles.Cal. Hatcrdays only ;

E I'ensacola . . . . 19 2s 30w 01i blood and( mucous surface of the Butte Mon. Oct. 15. The ButteMiners' : or thelHBrfluwiiSCc.KewOrlcai'lLii FAKE FOB WEll OATS.Peniaoola : j:
>' i -. .L '. 22. hlk' I\:: (. U )mont No., CityfPonsaioU system, In buying Hall's Catarrh union forwarded $3,259 to''', to Foil Barrancas and return fee II

. . . . 19 2s SOw 317 Cure be sure you get the genuine the headquarters of the United MineWorkers 1'ensacola to Navy Yard and return_ refPenaeoolatoYelmettoBeaobendremrnlle ,! ,
" . . .1. Is 27 and 2\(. D>>.k 133.:: Belmont It i taken internally and is made in of America at i Distributing Agents. : 1\I "
Xo., City of Pensacola . 19 2s 30w 224 Toledo, Ohio by F. J. Cheney & Co. Indianapolis -.j SUNDAY SOHKDUDK. I 1 . .1. "s 13 to 13;;, blk 157, BelmontNo. Testimonials free.ST"Kold for the benefit of the striking coal -ay When weather permits the running o i ; ;'

.. City of Pen&acola .. . 26 2s 30w 2 21 l by Druggists, price 73c miners of Pennsylvania It was the I open coaches. ,, I
Leave Peniasola.v Lv Fort Karraneai ;
1'\' N..S'7 ft blk 173, Belmont No., City per bottle proceeds of"an entertainment given I a. m. 10 a, m. l'
rf Pensacola .. . . . 26 2s 30w 131 Hall's Family Pill are the best. hero some time ago by the miners. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS 11 a. m, 11 m.Ip.m., '
. ,S.j; ft lot 6, blk 4. City of Pensa. The mill and smelter men of Anaconda I p. m. 'i

cola . . . . .. 19 2s 30w 4 4S gave a benefit ball for the striken Ip.mIp.m ep.m.p.m. ,: 1 f'
1 . L'ts 11 and 12, blk 19, City of llrflnrd Cruelty."I at which $IfinO'ia netted for the I 4 p, m pm, :
Pensacola . . .. . . 19 2s 30w 821 have spent great deal of thoughtover Pennsylvanians. 6 p. m, ,I p.El: ,, I r
I p.m
'. ,/1. .Lft S, blk 2J, cay of Pensacola. 19 2s SOw 3 24 this poem," said! the long haired t'enf> cnU Iiodtce. No. 3, K. of P., p.m.PAR ,Oa 4UIDAY f
. .Lots4and5and n 20 ft of lot 3, young man as he plaei-o! his neatly I eniaccla to art Karrasoai Nat it i '
blk 25. City of Pensacola . 19 2s :SOw: 1287 lolled manuscript I In-fore the editor. BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. I meets Ing At every 7:Sat at Monday Castlo: n HaJJ*& I lard and n tnrn.._.._._.___ 1(4feciaooia .i I i i '

. .Lot 26and w>4 of lo tZ5: blk :33: : ".\b!" fi.iid: the mean man who was I t In tbe Klonnt. Wktiot crD_to Palmetto___Jieaan__ana_ lit i', I I'I're .

City of Pensacola: . . . 19 2s 30w 633 toying with the blue pencil "Thought Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville: I, "" KnlHlng brethren third Boor.VleltlnK corillallj. No freight eked after 1:18 II. m a 11; i j
Lot 21 and ell cf lot 25. blk 33, hart[ over it, did )'uu'!" 111.! writes: "I had bronchitis for welcomed: !. {
City of P<'nsJeoa. . . . 19 2s :SOw: C 35 "Yes. I thought long and deeply) over twenty years aud never got relief ii. A. Lea: .
East 60 ft lots 1'J: 22 blk :C5: H. HORKLER U.I : '
ot to: The Beer
of it. Tar
line and
every until I used }<'oll'' Honey K.N.hKCURE
City of Pensacola . . 19 2s SOw 299 I''
back and write one without which is Contain noopiat
"Well go a sure cure. --- --- :
Lots 19. 20, and sU of lot IS, blk t ti
be able to im W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 H.
You !
38 City of Pemacola . . 19 2s 30w 10 03 thinking. may I II YOURSELF I That

Lots S, 9), and 10, blk :29: City of fll'O\'l'-l'hkago Record-herald. I Palafox. I CCRP.a I.itiedlfnrunnaturallolto.d.ra i H 1.1 _
Tensacola: .. . .. .. .. .. 19 2s 30w .5 03 dierharg .,.neumnatn uk.ralions ue, IRdr.; 1 _
irritktiuu. or : L:
.. .Lot 4, b .J, City of 1'er.sacola. 19 2s SOw: 1 20 A fbyuiclan'a 'Ihit. I act Gu.nnterd to ltr tare. uf mucous nienlbran r. +l lPrr.eout'ebWim 4NNI !

Lot 5. blk 40. City of Pensacola. 19 2s SOw:: 120 "What would you.recommend for Indigestion .. TaltVA:5CHU CALCe, gent Patnle.andnotaeUa or poisoBou*.
.Lot 13, blk 41, Ctyof Pensacola. 19 2s :SOw: 12" tloitorV" I Toni\ clhCIhNATI,0 eole by DrnggWi, ) I ,
. .Lots 11 and 15, blk 41. City of "I'In ZlHJI1;.;'." The D.&b or sent in plai.erappr, -IS- I

Pensacola .. . . . .. 19 2s :SOw: 5 Cl "Is that good exercise! ?" par Excellence. Ft J' II If.W.fxp'MS or 3 bottle., prepaid. 12.75., lot I f I .
.N100 ft of lot 4 and of w% of "It i-n't that, but indigestion is u>u, et' ',rcular K&t on togucstlu VICTORIA ; :

lot 5. blk 43, City of Pensacola 19 2s :SOw: 5 CO ally :1\1"ctlIIY pt-ople eating too unk'h. ,

.X IO ft of lot G and of e>2 of lot and they can't do it if the dining room Every Woman MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 1. I,
Pensacola .19 2s :SOw: 821 ,
5, blk 4C, City of table is used for l'ill lon-Xcw; : !
. XCo:: ft of lot G anj of e'.iof lot 1 5;, York Times.Iaed. \ 1.Intereeto.iandhouhitnowii tttheeurdrrfmtl BEST 10-CKNT IUJTTLK Elm I j
blk !50, City of PenbacoU . 19 2s SOw: 1 69 M1REl Ylhirlinq- Spra) IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. t : ;

SCO ft of W'2 of lot 2, loss w 1 ft, I y g ; .,, BROS. i II
51, City of Ponsacola . . 19 2s 30w 2 21 Quite Fr..IIOl'oth'ben ( boa uau.aeattMSlog f'I.nvenmt..IQ -'atat
"\ I was abroad, slid the recently
.X50;; ft lot 3, and ofv',4 of lot 2,
of Pensacola. 19 23 30w 1 69 returned "I was surprised tootltcn'e The best specific remedy for a. for IL 1It I .
blk 61, City > root'raql,1 I I. f 1 .1
there do not Malarial and tw.anm.tenp'yth./ I ", Harper fiisley.
: .S30; lot 4. and of wn of lot 5, ilk that persons over Typhoid \"' : /II/ .
r>l. City of Peiisacola . . 19 2s SOw 3 54 use their hands in conversation:: as Fevers, I other '\. ","/, Main House-401 H. Palafox street. I j ;
.. 2s 30w 511 much we do. Now, look at that Colds, Influenza, &c.L bt.rratel' bookalo4.11.. .....Illf.. ... 'n." I
Lot 3, blk 55. Citv of Pensacola. 19 as l>&"II'ul. .nd'> In. 1"tull R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. I } t
.o "'tiei.. M.1H%...,to.. .
ii. .Lot 0 and cV lot 5, blk 56, City young man and young woman""Yes ?.SS'Uhaa at.Y, I ""yJyI P. 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla g !
of Pensacola . . . . 19 2s :SOw: 541 ; they ore deaf and dumb."-Indianapolis Room 8'20 Times Bldg., New York Phones 116-2C8. ,

. .VTft... ft lots 1 aM 2 lilk -:.7. City- New s. __
of Pensacola .. :. : : :: ::. :. : 19 25 30w 4 4S -------- .--- -- - ---- ---- - -- < '
. Lot :3:, blk 73, City of Pensacola.: 19 25 30\v :3: 80 Quite Strrnnon. -WE WILL- : : ;
. Lot 2, blk 81. City of Pensacola .19 25 30\v 1 01 Summer llottl Proprietor (proudly > : i 'l

. Lot 8 and s>i of lot 9. blk 100, all of waiters are collegemen
City of Pensacola . . .19 25 30w 448 Nearly my ..
who working their way through STOCK OF SUMMER
-r. .Lot 22, blkl05, City of Pensacola 19 2s 30w 6t college. CLOSE OUT OUR GOODS i

.Lots 1 to 10, blk 106, City of Pen a :. }
sacola . .. . . . 19 2s 30w 3 92 Guest Well, judging by the way i I
. .Lots :S3: and 34, Ilk, 127, City of they work your guests tuey'll nil be : at and Below Cost to Make Room for Our Immense Stock of ; ;
Pcnsacola . . .. . 19 :5 ZOw Z a graduated with honors.-Brooklyn Life. :1 I y
. .Lots S, 9, and 10, blk 129, City of --4 Fall Goods.*-'- '! J : l lI

Pensacola .. . . . . 19 25 30w 4 45 -. I I .
. .Lot 3 and n': of lot 2. blk 130 4DVt/ !
City of Pensacola . . . 19 23 30w 4 H c/ 28 doz Men's Laundried Shirts, 63 pair Ladies' Sprin Heel Bhoes, your boys read for school.! i .
. Lots 5. G and 7, blk 132 City of Thia signature! is on every box ot the genuine regular $1 I, to close at 75c. regular $1 good, to close quick at SOc! 1 We carry a full OyS' Hoita. t: :il'il'Get 3! .

Pensacola .. . . . 19 2s 30w 4 H >Uxative Bromo-QuinineTabtets 27 doz Men's Colored Laundried pair. !I to 58 close Boys'at Suits 75c suit., regular price, $1.00. ,' f ;

Lots 21 to 23: Ilk 133, City of the reuieU/ that cures a cold in one day shirts, regular j5c, to close at ooc.. 88 pair Ladies' Low Cut Slippers, 67 Wool Suits p ;' .
Pensacola . . . . .. 19 25 30w 3 5t regular 11.25 goods, to close at 1.05 Boys' regular price 1 i a.\\ .
Men's Colored Laundried $l.W and $1.75, to close at $1.15 suit.
. .Lots 21 and 25;;, blk 133 City of We will launder your spreads for 57 doz pair. i All-Wool ; > 1
Boys' Suits I
Pensacola .. .. .. . . 19 25 lOw 2 2t 15 cents each and make them look I Shirts, regular roe goods to close at regular j I! t
l-i 35c; these goods should go in 24 68 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes: regular ;!- price 2.00 to $3.00, to close at U. O j .
: . 30w 3
2s :
Lot 17, blk 137, City of Pensacola 19 Star Laundry.CASTORIA. E
like I
uw. I I hours. $1.50 goods, to close at (120 and $2,00 suit. ; ;
4 18 II I i t
Lot 20 blk 13S, City of Pensacola 19 2s We the .
largest line
':. .. Lots 23 and 24, blk 139, City of 1 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri- pair.We carry carried of Boys'Pants HI '1 '
by any house In the t
Pensacola .... . . . 19 2s 30w 8 21 !I, gan Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c carry the largest line of Boys' ,, + l.-
: and J. goods.; Shoes of any house in Pensacola. city.All of our Ladles' and Missei1 ; 1j 4

.' . .Lot 2C! and w *- of lot 23: blk 142, For Infanta and CMldrea. 1 30 doz Men'a French Neck Balbriggan Bring your boys to us, we can fit drop-stitched 2ic. hose, to close at +if '
City of Pensacola . . . 19 2s 30w 4 40 Undershirts, at SOc, regular 45c, them in any size. 20c. pair
-. 1. . .Lot 9, blk 6. New City Pensacola __ 4 13 The Kind Yea Hare Always! Bough I i sold by others at 50c. We have Just; received a fall line 100 doz Misses' fall seamless! hose, .'. !if

,'llt'': .Lot S, blk 18, New City Pensacola 3 43: All our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 2l c. ; : .
: ":10n. .Lot IS, blk IS. New City Pensacola ;" 321 Bears thaMarston Jureof / !I close at 75 cents. close at SOc for your choice. Someof 75 doz Men's Seamless halt hose, I: :1

Jr. .Lots 6 to 10, blk 37, New City Bi 72 Pair Ladies' Spmg Heel Low them are worth 11.50. regular lOc goods, to close at 60 pair. 'J

Pensacola . . . . 6 35 Cut Slippers, 2)6 to 7, regular $1 We carry a full line of Skirts. We have lust received a fall line
. Lots 11, 12 and 13, blk 63. New -- ------ I goods, to close at70c pair. Look at our window display. I of Ladies' Kid Gloves In all shades ,j

City Pensacola. . . . 2 99 I
J':'. .Lot 1. blk 69. New iCty Pensacola 161 $ Quina have : Remember, we must have Room and if Prices will Sell Them, wt -"Ul have Room

:..'rs. .Lot 1, blk 93, New City Pensacola 101 some very nice Dressers and

. Lots IS to 20, blk 103, New City Wash Stands cheap. I F. E. BR N BR'S

Pensacola . . . . . 635 very !
r. .Lot 2 and. nest 10 ft of lot 3, blk Just the thing to go with I
(Continued on Page Six Iron Beds. ,


-- .



-p A.- REGIMENTAL ARRESTED BADCHARACTER Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right !I, UNPARALLED_ RECltkl(- >

i : S BAND HERE hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The i

Eitered: at the Post Office at Fensacola
t _etasecond-classmatter. I I l I oldest, best SarsaparillaAyer.s.LSGEN. :

OFFICE :-Pitt'i Buildiog, S11H Bouth ,I 1 I



Terms: Invariably in Advance During August EVF.l\: M xI .

DM Year by MaiL '_ ......_....IS 00 I THEY ARE GOING I the death claims paid in: t' .. :
\ .
li Month .. ..._. _. ..... ......... :t WOB ) I I .
'ii Carrier Payable Monday 1U,'.'I The Eighth baud, United States Robert Johnson, colored, was l, ana Canada by t' \I. :,

l the from and ble Life Assurance s= H ,, '..,. ._
.I artillery corps, under leadership brought Century yesterday I ft.
TELEPHONE NO. 118. i paid within one day aft. _
of Franz Winklar, arrived at 5 put in the county jail on several Hon. W. B. Lamar, democratic "Hudgins 5-Cent" cigars and "Big : : '; :
{ Rates Furnished on Application "tak | proof
Mdrertisirg Peusacola" tobacco are fairly
o'clock this morning and after remaining charges, the most serious of which nominee for Congress for the third I
ing the town," and experienced t And during
two hours in the cars they is assault with a deadly weapon. congressional district, together with Ilt/lllulIl" "I i il..
dealers and wise smokers are taking; I }ear halO the iwn-vnt.i-; ,I I.,.,.
'1 UNION LABEL' formed and marched down the westside The arrest was made by Deputy other distinguished speakers, will I these brands in preference to many i' helots 98%. u

of Palafox street to the wharf Bheriff Keeling, who arrived with address the voters of the following I others. "The the uHud in;" is a
This excels the :"llI'1
j : .
PEHBAOOLA, OOT )7, 1902 At the wharf the army steamer! his man on the 4 p. m. train. counties at such times and places us i neat, well-made,selected even cigar stock, -con all 1 i I j great record. It has hoc; rj ,;,',

General French was waiting forthem Johnson is a bad negro. Oa April mentioned below, viz.: I carefully I been approached byjany: ;: : .
Havana, smokes free and of pleasant t
IT would not be kind of SenatorDeliver and it was at once boarded. 22 of this year Patrolman Etheridge Westville, Friday (noon). Oct. 17. I PensacoU"'I pany.
I flavor; and the "Big

i to tell 'Jacksonville trusts The men were served with coffee as arrested two negro women at the Milton Saturday (noon). Oct. 18. I is a mixture that appeals to the taste I ":;trunIoPlit in the \\ri.|

j must die.THEY soon as they were aboard, and this! corner of Romano and Railroads JOHN HEEL, Cbairimn. of every pipe and cigarette smoker THE EQUITABLE LIFE AAKCE .,,:-;

I seem now to have two Ideas i relish, after a long journey, was, !' streets. The arrest caused great in- NAT. R. WALKER, Secretary. I I Ask your dealer for them. All we fc-OClKl{ ;
-- -
,, t { up in Iowa. Governor Cummings1and highly appreciated by the tired I j diguation among the blacks in that I want is a-trial.- _- -- OF THE [XITED ....1 M : .
Secretary men. immediate vicinity at that time andit i NOTHING SO Goon

!,! Cuba's yOUth The coffee was not swallowed be was planned to take the prisoners For all liver troubles there is nothing .1 KN01VLES llIW %.,
I There will be a special dummy for so good and helpful HE1'A 1'1.
the pension grabbers are up to all fore the order to oil lines had I'I from the This no
cast policeman. was
I .1
the Little Folks Minstrel Company { CURA, because it cures without producing General! Agent; *.,
i tricks of American
r the venerable been given and the boat glided into i, I' sooner suggested than an attempt performance Oct. i7 At Warrington / I any bad effects a; most med,
sharks.'Til II' tickets can be obtained at i, icines do. Hepaticura is a substi1 309 t;. Palafox St.. PKN:: \. ,
F, the stream. was made to carry it out. Among Hirschkovitz's store. Other along 1 tute for calomel and much better

)i' EM that has sits. Our treas Proto Winkler: the chief musician, I!I the foremost actors in this proceeding I the line of the road can get them at ;, than that drug because it has noneI {1 -

i.l: I ury is oveU1>wing and now Mexico I Coe's. Reserved sent, 50 cents. I of it- bad effects. Out T Irearl'

k.j k1 must pay us l,4iOCW.67.: ( When do is very proud of the company and I was Johnson, who, when the' I Sale opens Oct. !W I at 10 o'clock. i Mr \V.b. Jordan: of Jacksonville, """hen death seF cni' I ",

34 says it i is; a prize band: and the Pen officer resisted his demands that the I Ikiti : 1! Flj.. 'l\-: Both inyelf aud.iny friend
we divide"THE Mr. Hudson are greatly pleased, withthe from a severe "'11m u'"
i -- -- --- sacoli post has been fortunate In securing women be released! became angered i Stnik.-n \\iili I'arn'j-U. effect of HKPATICURAandl[ trouble, that I hadn"!! .

: cola reception Germany gave it. He ordered the members! I and grappled with the ofliser. The Henderson Orimttt of this place's 'I can without he-itHtion recommend YAart"rite 1'. Mu- IC.'Dr.lifug's i
the B.-er feutrals-: was not, as we understood
; it us being the finest I.IVKK IElJl--
to themselves and latter thrown to the ground and stricken with partial parnlris : New 1.1, ,
a was
a it, ou account of the scarcity prepare I : I and completely lost the use of one riXEl ever saw. Its action i is mild, .
of coal. few renditions before the boat left would! perhaps, have been killed arm and -id- After b..illtrpat..d/ and j.Iea.ant and entirely frees from! my and gave in- ; '
eminent ;:griping or any of the sickening tfi Bet pills on earth :t'. i
'kS for
I but it was decided to get the bindat had not citizens present interfered. by an physician quite a
i I calomel doe
ftct of yet it the work W. A.
THE SaLford Chronicle says the while without relief, my wife K com D'AlHnber--i!
4 t the as quickly { An to arrest the mended a* thoroughly as it could be done bury
Governor's head is expanding; rap post as possible attempt negro Chamberlain'PJIU Halm | South Palaff.xtr. i t.
; medicine. It In* without! doubt
lpi idly. Naturally, that's wuere.. he for the boat had to make an extra was prevented by his flight, but ai :>and is almost after, u"ing two Lorries of it he saved: me from uiy usual: summer --
I entirely lIr..d.-GI H. j
;' keeps' hH braim, aud they are grow trip this morning to carry baggage; I i county warrant was made against I I VcDoxAi.n, Man.1 }.ogau county, 1 tack of biliou-tress. Sold by all i 1 STEAMER

1 t lug all the tiwe.t I' \\ Ca.verul other very remarkable dl u.-it"; LINE SCHL-
: to Fort Barrancas. him. Johnson went to Century
--- ----
,, ,; cure of partial: paralysis have I!
Z THE administration i is preparingits Lieutenant Ballard: was in chargeof finally, and to the negroes there of- been elected by the use of this Lana- 1 Witch your corks: see ,

e i Ihantsf-murf proclamation We the detail. He will not remain at (i j ten boasted how he whipped a crowdof ment. It is most widely known, that they are branded"tichlifz. i let seen I'ensacul.j and Mil
however as a cure for rheumatism.prams KiifiH Daily l.Mvpi !su ,' ,
t Dupe tilt paragraph of thanks, over Barrancas longer than necessary: to policemen and white people in i and brul"!!,;. Sold by druggists :
k i' the settlement of the coal strike i is { and medicine e.tlH5. I "CITY OF TAMPV
nut arrange: matters in connection with Pensacola, when they tried to arrest : I
premature.THEKE --- -- -- -- j STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ
---- the of the band. He will He further boasted that i .T Milton n.. rt.siam /.\' I'. -.-
quarters him. .
.i i irPen!>i'cola.t>. aiii Ar M I..
is something radically l I JEWELER\ IN HIS :
probably leave tomorrow night. he would never let himself be ar- j Will make regular trip between Fare.Due; ltouc u I j-
Gt wrong witii the remuneration of a i I I I.
It navy position when the announcement The band came. from Governor' rested by any white man. |I NEW\ STANDI Pensacola, Point Washington and II I ______

-1 that the navy is to have u Island, New York, and left there at It was learned here how he was I Freeport Leave Baylen street : EVERYBODY LOOKS

baseball team lulls to entice le- I o'clock last Wednesday afternoon. talking and an ollicer was sent for wharf Thursday at (i a. m. and anrice
t1 .I I i at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day FOR THE BEST
have moved
4 f cruits.C.LLVCLAM The journey to Pensacola was madein him. When asked his name my jewelry store to i
-------- 120 South Palafox Leave: Freeport at (i
I : formerly occupied a. in ___
I : > has emerged; from a remarkably quick time. Theleader's day he said : "I didn't try yester-I by Mays & Co., and am now |! and airive I' "ac la-bap m, same !I

I bit occlusion and insinuates in his: wife and two children ac that policeman, but I wasn't solos better prepared than ever to j1''eIreilt :j d..)'. Fare round trip ?.">; one way $3.Tnos. Here it i=. Call: ?
} Es I bargains in diainouJs, watches CoaUux, Captain. Crcary. They are .1 >
; speech that democrats art not work companied him and wives of several 1 | to be :arrested fo:' nothing." I jewelry, etc. Call and see me and holm work that b. ,
can turn' J
4'v i Jug; continuously I and strenuously p let me convince vmi.J.'l. !'
jl other members, it was stated, would i We have been ,
reliable prepared to do kr.1
for the iiueitst of the patty lie A \VoriJ III TiatelerH. Ii I SJI'EPHEXS. any : i

'g ''4, } bhould not uall hUustu. + arrive shortly. They put on India rol M l'. i ,
t j judge; by I {i The excitement incident to trsvel1 iuformerl that certain sa
best '' ,,
the '
-- on market,
(.u -
I{ b'KtrAln', I'ALJIOCN of the I -- 1: illand C.'III'i..i food :and water i loon keepers havo put off as they have; a full ii.i

1 tl'ANOTHER': BAND COMING SOON cftt-n biiig4 on diarrhoea, and for'i Carolina Portland tires in stock.
of iruut iiaa had several very unexpected inferior bottle beer 1{
i i this reason uo one.-liouUI leave home on Does your buggy n ,1 ling l .
calls recently lor the production ( i ,
,7 i i i without a bottle of Chamberlain'sI :, their customers ; ? They can make it : > :
t t(: ;= ut maitci descriptive of the A '' by taking Their price, too. are re
: gentleman from the yard'stated item I i.ithey
navy Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM II
r, attractions, and -ouree.s of Florida, I ofF the label and h'tve ample capital! ia t .
I palmicglit
Y this morning that another edy. For sale by all druggists; aLd i I : fim-cla-.s carriage: ; bi I i. .
Ss the
liiuts. Besides
Tampa the
gays '
4, medicine denleri. ; on their customers repairing business. D.-H, .
I band will probably arrive lure i i as : :
.t_._ local railioaUs, to both of which he tomorrow I I ALA. i call on them.

If/ 'ukk 1 bus been able to Oe of assistance, he lor permanent station at the ISchli'z.'! Wo must insist Scile-j repaired."PITZEI'II.

t ; has received three calls m till hue yard, and that It was understood to ,; BIG LOT OFCOTTONSEED I II i npon this being discontinued 13 Eat : >, .
H rJ-1
t1" from toads, iu the far north which !I I : I. -
be one of the important aggregations tock- <.f all High Grate .\\11 eli- will take Phone &7.MEAT&.
or legal
:t wish to lllaktJ Florida prominent in of the service. The army baud that i MEAL can Portland Cement "li(.rui wi I," we
H d their fall issue of literature. Foreach Herman -':atniu," (;""l1:1U: Portland sups.THE .

of them he has I arrived this morning was composed j I Cement, J\ititi N. Y. Calcined MALT has a in: I" .
prepared and
i, :1k I Plaster, Itosetidale Cement, kept I LEWIS BE&R CO. dietetic
of an I value. \\ bile refr-'
pieces, but the j
forwarded articles
on Florida which nasal i Norfolk, Portsmouth '
I Tventyeven thousand sack of !, Charleston : pleasant to take
1 will be printed and widely diitrib I band is said to contain not le*5I :Savannah.; Jacksonville Pensacola, ;| Agents for Schlitz Brewing it help-' .-

I uted throughout the eutire country thau I cottonseed meal will be the cargo/ |i icarried' Mobile; New Orleans, Co. tion of food. Sold byDANXHEISSKii
j twenty-five. One of the muicjut
S -55- out of this port by tbe steam- !j We also make shipment oaivestou'l : !I.I j, -

t THIS belief that the women of the : ians arrived aid he heard the I Mills wherever we pet Try one of our celebrated -
r ship Salopia, now loading at the : freight rate dole
; ante bellum days were ilowers, ofmodesty banj would arrive here this after- "Alabama" aud selling agents for I II. % S Felt Mattresses. <
"Southern !
I wharf. This cargo will greatly overtop Cro-s I I FINE STATIONERY.
punt and grace, in cum noon. Brand," Portland CeUJf'ntIa uo- They never pack or growl!
I' t..+'p ; pirisou with whom the modern wo any previous cargo of this material i lia Hydraulic Natural Cement, JI
I lumpy. Better than hair
4flt', made near Birmingham. a i
; men are coarse, immodest retrogrades

C. V. '
Thompson, N
s 5 rA is all bosh and should be ALL HOPE HAS !j Hundreds of sacks for the Liverpool I Correspondence Solicited.I I Marston half the price. Palafox street ha_ ,u-t

crammed back down i jQtiina.. !
the throats i
I t I steamer Alicia are now on the new supply of Lim-i, :
lit J that utter it. There have been good ,
'rig i BEEN ABANDONEDAll dock awaiting tne arrival of that'vessel. ; 1 Papers;;, white, blue and :
; F ; and bad women ever since the world I
I,!! ....FRESH ROASTED COFFEE. Envelopes to match, o\r .
t began (in fact theyseeuted: according I ... also ,
I Foreign Mail Tablet.velopas -
''F4 to inspired history, to have been I
hope for the recovery of Miss For Over Miiy Year ,: REMEMBER to match. J'! ,!:
somewhat worse in the beginning of i! VE ARE THE ONLY ROASTERS IN WEST FLORIDA. I,
Hazel Hobe, 16 years old has been Mass WissLow'a SooraiNe: SYRUP:: hat Penholders, I.hnkbuok- -
1f time than they are now) and there THE Pnair
been used for over sIXty years by million 011 is IXVITEI!> FXAMIXK: On PLANT. etc., always on hand.
# !, ? Y will always be this moral distinction abandoned, the attending physicians : mothers for their children while teething j I Latest modern improvpnient--electricitr, etc To Introduce S'1tne'f'1 Phone 2.S4.O : .

I ; r among women, but our mothers and this morning making the announcement with portect success. It soothes the child make the following sacrifice: With one pound of the following Blends. .

( 'I 11 wives and sweethearts are just as that she was beyond lottens the gums,allays all pain,cures wind II i i we will give- J
colic,and la the best remedy fur Diarrhoea !i I
S ;: .! pure and good today as were themotheril human kill. I U will' relieve the poor little sufferer 1m 'i -<> II.vSrandartlGranulattvl! 'iugarf., .r."i ooviiinil : .A. S rP O n.. :T .v. .
1 aud wives and sweetheartsof mediately. Hold by Urugglitt in every part Java i Hlend I''r ( ;IOc !| Bean I r.e K "'% '

; our grandfathers, or great-graud- The young lady has been sick with 101 the world. T"" enty-ave cents 3 bottle j Olliliunt BIt'lId.II.'r potiml............ ............ ...... ............ lIe F!* :ct ; '

i ,, 1i[ I;* fathers. typhoid fever for 20 days: and .I Be sure you ask for"M r.. Wlnslow'b iootb- ': lillllHlkf'. par 1'.1111I1...... .................................... ...... laoIa'Elt'llllw : of ing Hytop and take 110 other kind. :
1 I has had frequent heIr orrhao-es: : as Tin; HHOCIHl.I'lit: : AT l'Ht: IIIAT nw: Y
THE export figures for September t'Oil'E1171t1\.

S I ( are extremely encouraging.: Theyare I Favorable symptoms developed I BIG TRADE IN I II Jas. All kinds of chni'-< ,t' .

i the largest ever show for September Wednesday but by another sinking I ;AlcHugh, Prop., New Orleans Grocery. rocking chairs at ,.1llI ,', I,

if,} l with the single exception of I ;, pel! was apparent and COTTON SEED 'hone 10.1 H and 10 W. 1.m bntIiIEUX'S Sr. Quina's. Prices O

:..f t that month in the year 1'joo) and fall yesterday morning the patient I low.

less thau n: half milliou dollars below I
realized her end was near. Hhe
D1 the high water mark made in that /:
1 I It alternately kissed her brothers and Returning visitor from the ('0.*,.:. allJtt.JIl )
> year. Comparing present / I # Hotel Camden

r ; { 1 with tho"e of years, the figures sister and passed into a quite sleep. districts of Alabama: \ state tin .ire \'

r for September Hit))!! are 2" percent I rihe rallied somewhat in the after is great demand for cotton -, d, aud :/: !(Jd-l;G t ceJ /

t'DIIH1.: MJ VM \ ,
i4 in excess of those of SeptemberijiUS noon, but last night Dr. Mitchell was I that there is a depot for the pu-chae ,

t t BO per cent greater than those; called in consultation by Dr. Dewberry of the seed at every railway s.ation. SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING AND LITERATUREprepares Is Now Open to the PuU'f'
of September 1MX!I), more than double I'

It' those of September ls>S and nearly and these)gentlemen concluded : A great deal of this it was Ie:;ned I I under the IJH1/JalrlIJll--'.:

7 r j. three times as great as those of this morning there was no hope. will be liter !'ent to the Penw'rol.1 : young men and women for j j his established in conntction with

t September lt>3. This !eems to indicate The young hdy has taken a I Imother's mill. A large number of car lots'I,'i good success portion in busineand? for its; student Mourethe Send !!i I by Send, a course for catalogue..f instruction, term, MRS. S. MIMS.of .

J that the downward tendency in place with her younger! I have already arrived and een: 1iur! handsomely illustrated etc. Address :'

= the export trade caused by the corn I stored. logue. cata-j! C, O. MEUX, Pensacola, Fla. Pensacola; Florid i
T I relatives ever since her mother's II I
II I crop failure of last year and the low I RATES
Ueco\ere biwcuh and II REASONABLE
death and her demise, now momen- arng. I I
of cotton has; reached it lowest
price MESSR ELY BROS.: I com need
C I point and that the reverse movement tarily expected, will be deeply felt. uMniryour Cream Balm ab u: two I F. B. BRUCE : By the Day, Week or M..' '

toward normal conditions has began. She is at her father's home, 3u9 East years ago for catarrh. Myv-i. a was i Table ,
Furnished with the }; -
somewhat thick and .. I
Following the failure of the Gregory street. was dull. My ha'b my ., irinir\ I Market Afford-.
i corn crop last year the exports tended restored and my speech h i- t.. come : tvuitAin s in( tAt S Mm! anil AtAhU 1 tin. Public
steadily downward. Beginning Try THE NEWS Want column; it'willti quite clear. lama tear. in oui i Patronage Solicited,

f 1901! in which town.
with October the export :\ y yocYour Free It-iuai-.
j were H5 milhen dollars L. O. BKOWX. ger. O.
: figures -- --- ----- ,- No comment i is De .! Trial Fiz 1 1IOcti' Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and Sunday Rates: Made to I'r iNOTIC'fH. \ .
41 the movement was steadily
I Full size joe -. Ask v. ur i Men.
million I Liver \! drug; ti'. We mail ; i Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music.

: : I ELY BROS 58 W street, <.'Junv .
Will be roused to its natural duties j > w York. I Hammond and Other --- ,
? August the upward movement began and your biliousness headache and Typewriter Typewriter t Supplier All Kinds of

reaching t\4 million., and In constipation be cured it you take jHood's j I Repairing/ Lock and Key Fitting i NEITHExtbecapta nor consignof ."-' ."
CJA.JSTO7 A. High-Orade Hammerless GUDS Kept for R*ntBi {Supply of Fresh Shells, !i'': 1 Palatine will 1)1' r-iu-"
; September 115; millions; which is; 'a .
Pills hill. d lit I all at Low P/icea. for defcti coatractrdrwof < }
ar about I) millions) in excess of :Stpteuiber (, Bald y upl
to.lrtU.rZAH"k' ......; NA -. -
r i of last year. Sold by all druggists. 25 cent. I : 15 South Palafox Street. W H Kcys.-r I CooitgneeL: '


4 '- --. vyr *-

: t "r


F ft


JUSTONE NEW MOVE IN I W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier;
i. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.

About "Blord/ Purifiers" and "Ionics."

WORD that word la I Every drop of blood every bone AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ,

PILOTJ1UDDLE nerve and tissue in tbe body can be '
Tu.tt93 renewed In but one way, and that is, OF PEHSACOLA. FLA. .
i I from wholesome food properly di- i
Liver Pills and
t refers to Dr.Tutt's gested. There is no other way and Designated Depository of the United States. .
tbe idea that a medicine in Itself can
I VSEANSJJEALTH.Tnnibltd" purify the blood or supply new tissues Condensed Statement at the close of business! Sept. 15,1902.
h Clfgestlon/ ? CEIVER AND DISSOLUTION : and stronnerves! is ridiculousand t I

ctk cadachelirtiger :? on a par with the fol-de-rol that From Report to Comptroller.) I.: ; l
OF ASSOCIATION.A dyspepsia or indigestion is a germ I
1i.litlU'? disease or that other fallacy, that a RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

Insomnia weak stomach which refuses to dI- Time LOUiS: .. .. ..... ...... .... ........ .... $333,797.32 Capital Stock .. .... .... ...... .. ...... .... ;$200.000.00
.AaenntthmoftheLll'EUmany others gest food can bo made to do so by irritating Demand Loans ..... .. .... ...... ...... .. .. 50.03665 urplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. ....$ 10000.00 l
+ ; new feature in the pilot muddle i and inflaming the bowels by Overdrafts.... .. .... ...... ........ .. .... .... 104.72( Undivided Profits...... .. .... ..... .... .... 9.N>6 23 i: I

and a surprising was pills and cathartics. U. S. Bonds and: Premium.... ........ .... 187,171.87 Circul.ation............ .. ...... .... .. .... 126,000(10> 3
one sprung I Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets cure Stocks securite. etc... ....... ... .. ...... 2,62500 Deposits..... .........,.. .........;........ 401,624,71 .. j
yesterday afternoon when Judge J, indigestion sour stomach gas and Furniture and Fixtures.... .... .. .. .. ..... 6,718.43 Is
iiOpilis bloating after meals because they [. R. Stamps.... ...... ,.. ... ... .. .. .... .. 8834 t
T C. Avery, attorney for the dI satis'l furnish; the digestive principles Cash and Exchange. ..... ...... ... ....... .. 160.93Sb'< y
fied pilots filed with the which weak stomachs lack and unless t
the deficiency of pepsin and diastase $746,480.94 1716,1><1.91
the circuit court a bill of complaint,
I I is supplied it is useless to attempt !!
Take No Substitute. Charles Perry et al. vs. Charles I to cure stomach trouble by the 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. i
use of "tonics" "pills" and "cathar-

- I Simpson et al., wherein the court is tics" which have absolutely no digestive _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-_55 fI j J
;B. H. FAIRCHILD, requested to command the pilots' association power and their only effectis "

crIIaI,9TfIt: : to produce its books in to give a temporary stimulation. : R = One gram of the active principlein :
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. court. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will MILLINERYt ;
digest 3000 grains of meat, eggs( and
Ktfinishing Furniture a The bill further that the ,
rarrt #" prays association similar foods, and experiments have I

Sperialtf.R. be dissolved, that shown that they will do this at proper 4 :
are-I temperature, but of coarse so OPENING > Jb1! f IIi
g j
Phono 403. ceiver be appointed and much more effective in the stomach. I j

atlairs be wound up. I There is probably no remedy so''
universally used as Stuart's Tablets i I''
K. I The petitioners are members of : Monday 13th
because it U not only the sick and' ,

I i. MitiiufdituriiiK( Jr icIer the IJir Pilots' Benevolent associa ailing, but well; people who use them Tuesday 14th t
iiI !I at every meal to insure perfect digestion i rsasEs2525cEzzr: 2.5'2552.S a., ,
i i, .iiluale Optician, I tion an incorporated body. : and assimilation of the food. Wednesday, 15th. "

i PcnsiroU Iii II The document covers about fifteen I People who enjoy fair health take''
" Stmrt's Tablets as regularly as they ,
pages of typewitteu matter alleging take their meals.becau: =e they want: to t !
Urge expenditures, became of en- keep well, prevention i is better thanc i NEW ARRIVALS TIMELY REQUISITES !

'ire, and Stuart's: Dyspep-ia'1'ablets :
NEVIS NOTE giglng in a hazirdous' business, out do both ; they prevent indirection i ; i, i.I i.
'I mid they remove it where it exits;; I I l'
side of their regular and a'
{ : calling The regular u failure to mike detailed reports to them after meals will' demonstratetheir ; bs ':
JI I r '4 Celebrated "Clementina. without a peer, All Color-1 silk \Vai-t; ; this sean's I. i E
them of the earning in said outside merit and fllicifiicy! better', # ill shadeguaranteed, U 1 00. styleA chance you can't afford ton't. -.. ,
/ / I btijiuess. th in any other arguun'nt._ ., The Reiuwnul: "Sy ;Um Jiiy." in both #4 ;."! Silk;; '.\'tll.t=, "Special. .. .. ..$&LU I;iJ J
(.' tuva-s for .3 walking and Driving numbers. *"iw Silk W.I Ii.t-lZ1! l.r.chl..U l 4j )i'
i i'I'e: ::, F. 1.. I It also alleges l.1re illegal expenditures <,. ft-" Special, ; attention; u called to other-at ci'irespnfiiimi. ; ,low jirn--s. ; I, .
.a' city and patent tin nib.Walking f
: 4 ;
.. the :
i' to secure. appoint '
1 meut of pilot commissioner- in liar LROADOFFICIALS -'\ 1' '- .. .. .. ... f ft
e ; \ DmingGlovp
.- ; .H.JUrobe. ."
.. *1 l. *:' J- gi; tu4'. ,
i siaii4y:; : afternoon mouy with the controlling ollicers of .. I ?t ''Golf (doves (wtofi'tul ) white, gray aLd' 1 1, j ja

u: ,J Organizer. Tye the Pilots' association and contraryto '\".. '".:: J,}; black: . .. .. . .. .. .. ... .. .... .. 4io! I DRESS GOODS SPEClAlS.g.! 0

.1 :.1n'-s I the desires of the petitioners they : f, t '
:. j I CORSETS ..n H.UU'\IIH ) .\ \ r.I": -inch Bro-idc-loihs . .. ... ... 730 yard '; refu-ed being forced to bear part of this illegal ABIDE IN THIS CITY FOR A SHORT : ; i' ,I II/ All leading;" Styles and l If." "?..tile to : inch Broadcloth .. .. .... .... .... 9 c yard : .
ion to Alabmu: au- I also that cflieers of the i %\ \ r f For comfort s-tyle and the grace: our :No.iS9 ;..'.iurh scotch Cheviot...... .. .. ..|1.SO yard 1
han Vandeilip, now expense ; DAY. \\E 4 }/ Y ) \V. B will impart. We pecially recom- 2-iuch Scotch Cheviots.-$1.o; yard '

"i- Alabamarequest I association have acted as despotic i iI J J// /.II I!o/t/ mend it as an ideal Corset Jl.l'O.

\\ lot I tomorrow Van- I, dictators in controlling the policy f I \ /fJ NECK RUSCHES Full Line Just Received KNIT COODS !I & i

!Uacd.recommendation. I' the association.; Lat afternoon at 5 o'clock a special (\", r Jj Your costumes are complete without one.Price '- Mittens: . ... 10 to COcChildren's '
i train conveying several important \" I range from $1.-50 to if6 60. Hooter .... .. .... .. .....10 to 50a 1t

.: .. Scrofula, with its swollen: glands I : % ,' Children's Hood.*. .. . .. . .. ..35 to Wc) ;
i tic executive com- running ores: intlimed eyelids, cu I I.. & X. officers arrived here i \ WAISTINCS FIiANNFI.KTTK
."ii 1" Jennings; has ap- taueoueruptions, yields to Hood's and very soon the local officials were and Arabotque design .s'' t to loc Lad IP*' FiUMiutois . .. . .. .25!; to ?!.(") i r

1. Parccll justice of I ara p.tri1la. I I '
admitted to the elegant car. :

.William i ( Crow conuo Those iu the party were W. J.I I ; [
W. J. & B.
'- > at ;\1aI1\-iew. CARNIVAL I Dickinson, third vice president; $ FORBES. $

.: dl's are: wanted to : i J I
C. Shepard general freight agent at iI f
-- "
---- --- -- -- -- -
'! -ftitatioiiof "The I
., ; 4: the opera house 'I ASSOCIATION ;Montgomery ; I0. Saltmarih, superintendent A WARNING. If You Buy Them at tie Boston Sh". store, They t are Good I II

I.: t. bur information I and J. M. Roberts, i : .' ,

-.. \i I Iu.. V..cuvtct I freight agent of the Pensa- ,.

L: tgr' "lkrI; h"I1-" ,i I'resideHt Walker lugraham of the 'I cola division. Private secretaries The Lewis Bear Co, agentfor the I FALL DAYS. ,

'II i.. I. -1 I t'd t t utrancr.l Schlitz Brewing Co., have been .i ; i ;
Mr. Shepard and Mr.Dickinson. ,
Carnival association has appointed accompanied: I 1 formed that certain saloon iU-1
II l ,'r ,Ir N"11, i sued| from
standing committees a follows: remove the libel from cheap b"' :
A'Kitaut U-tieral J. ,
I !F"-"f at 'I'alhthaergIrnnt Fin.U1ce-Ht'ury layer chairman ; Ten hours previous to this, train's 1 j and sell it to their customers as I i I i

"." | 'tinu of Fiat Louis Friedman Oeo. P. Wentworth arrival C. B. Compton general traffic -i, Schlitz. They:: therefore warn all iCan't wear those light Shoes much longerv> are ready for you with "

- mi iL.. Brig-:: U be ami F. C. Horton. ninnager, and Secretary G. F. i, beer buyerto -ee that "Schlitz" is the most up-to-date line of ;
the corks of the bottle
and C.l..tull1e-Charle"; on i
h iiit ..1| K. of '
Company: LeIaronchairmau! ; Cha- II. Turufr Regan of Louisville had arrived ; I beer they buy. Don't be deceived Gents' and Children Shoes
\ :L r n.k! from Oct. N vice
i [pr.. F. C. Horton and A. H. D'Al- they joined Mr. Dickinson's partyi i, into taking cheap beer when you I. .

: emberte. i soon as their train stopped. Mr. !I want Schlitz. ver seen in our city. Call and see for you vlf. We are anxious to show f

t- for the Little Folks Printing an Advertising-E'l. G. : Compton spent the day at Hotel i, .v"u our line I t r
Hi Life In IVril.
t I' ,"rtfd as being un- Jo I. Johnson ..1 : I
Q-aina, chairman; cambia yettrdiy.The .. rte.-_- I' I
: to, today and there and Jiio. (L Oliver. I "I just seemed to IIIVP gone all to '. t i
10 l' party then held a private: consultation piece," writes Alfred l;-'e, of Welfare l ; y
.tt seats
empty Transportation and Accommodation "'x., biliousness and a lame I )
i servutioa will be D'Alemberte, chairman in the cir lasting several :
-A ; back hid unde life a buiden I : Boston Shoe Store
\1' ':, lay morning at the Cha*. l.eBuou and Chas.: H. Turner hours. The car was then taken I couldn't eat or sleep and felt almost i j ,"

!l' expected that tIofl'to Invitations-Oeo. P. Wentworth.lI : down on the Alcauiz street spur I too worn Electric out to work when I begantoue worked ':' i
Hitters.butthey -
will beery lIry liver and Louis Friedman. : track where it was allowed to remain I I[ wonders. Now I sleep like a top, : NATHAN. I'OHt'IIIDIII: :, I'loi.iM-lor. ;' f I.

Parad-j-Chas. H. Turner C. W.Mermt can e>u anything, have gained in i I
all of la-t night. This morning at 5 Leaders of Low Prices. 117 South Palafox Street. 1 "
I i-well will appear at Juo. O. Oliver and KJ. GJuiua. strength; and enjoy hard work i : I
( o'clock the special left for the North I They give vigorous health and new I .
t'lia-irrow night :as life to weak sickly, run-down peo I ;
! i in "A R-iyal Fam- .lutrrica'tt Famous- -lraiiiit- I each of the gentlemen going; to his ; pie. Try them. Only 50c at W. A. !! NAVAL STOKKS: MAlCHKi.Ueportfid ,

.- w.1\\ is supported l-y home city. D'AIeinberte's drug; store, 121 South ,
Look with horror on Skill Eruptions, I Palafox street.When I Iu Dally for Tim New t>)
y under the maut HI.ltcht'url',, Ppnples. They don't The trip here was said t) rossess I Union Naval Stores Co !
y loon(B, Harris of this and great a Uses have them P.iickleu'n nor will Arnica any who It I I great significance: and was only for I I I you call for Schlilz W W n' .. .... U I pn.ul'l.:. d .. ... fI 7i 11 11 f ; I II UI

:glorifies the f ice. Eczema or Halt I the purposes of inspection. Stops beer see that get it. WO...... .... .. $7:) G.... 1 'iV ,
; i
t I. :Seats:: : are now on you ,
before it. It i .. ... .S fit f II'
Rheum vani'li cures
ore lip, chapped hands, chilblain: ,I had been made at Graceville Flo- I i Look at the cork and see I II M .. ... _.... ..11.' E. I e" Nb O 1 w

Infallible for Piles. 23: ? atV.. A. I maton Floral, Geneva and other I thai "'Schlit:" is branded K ... .._._._. 2 jjo o l.i I wi i
!'liy! to be present- D'Alembt-rte's drug store 121! :South [1..... .. ..... .' 10. t* below 1 ,
1"I' night;\ by Mr?. Palafox street on it. I 8HBIT8 Tnar NTIN -Fi.1.lfJf

-' I '.,j li in in its setting ,! I I 1\\ t A \ t; 11 : J
(jo, Like Hot Cak('>!. I
of the occult,
"n.iy hours was spent there. The cottonseed NOTICE OF ELECTION. 4DV n U ij ,! ;' I i
article I have
i u in/ ever before "The fastest ellnig: I '
in my store" writes drusui-t: C. T. oil mill and compress were al-o Tn the -heritr of !,;sclIlIIlulIl'ounty. 8'ate of !il : I :
wierd '
:r icters are Smith, of Davis. l"i* Dr. Kii 1i is! closely, inspected, and great ati-fac- Florida... rsta nignaltir I* on every hot: of the Rename i
'. and forco- I I 1: It known that I II. Clay Craw ford.Secretary HluFIJI I
-tlun;: New Ii=;covery for Con-uinpii >n, : of Hint of the Stair of Hundu. Laxative i Bromo'he QuffllncTablete: ; ,
\\' i- taken! from F. (''oughs and Cold: *, bf-causp it always tion was obtained therefrom. du licn-tiy give iioticr thnt a '. remedy that cores r colt la one dJ :

\ t -The Witch of cureIn my six years of ales it Engine No. 13, a new machine UK5JKKAI: ELECTION DAILY MENUS I
has failed. I have known it Watch for imitation beer
,. never !
1/: not be mi+5etJ. used the It i will IIH lifUl in E.canihta'mmtyStateof; I
the by
_ sufferers from Throat and was: one party. .. ( all
to save Horxi.i. Tuesday n\t tuec<* ding tbi being passed on the jniblic Comr-n-e Up-to-
.Coo. There i; going Lung! diseases, who could get no had come all the way from Louisville tir-t Mondtv tn November, .\. I). r\.i:. the Date Dishes the MarketsoftheWorld ;
from doctors or remedy.1'Mothers &aidTut'Jay brinitbc\: for Schlitz; see that every
help any '
; 1-01 Kill 111\ OK NuVE:1liEIt,
rely till it. best phyiciansprescribe ; and this was the first lengthy For one KfprcsMntati\e uf tile Third Congresionnl cork is branded ''Sch lit: gAff I !II
'.In quickly elJ; it" and \V. A. D'\l mbertt', trip it had made. Local mechanics luMm-t of Fl-,rids: la tbe.Hftyetzbih trd. ,

.. .. I.tCream. liilm, 121: South Palafox treet, guarantees:: : rongres.of...crl'uu01 tnt1'nitert State of the Mate Slate* ofHoridn. I It'"r C. .BT07'1.JA.&on. .
.i'iy aromatic. It is -satisfaction rtfunds price. Trial admired it. >. the !ha K Y J Hae, 1'sa' .3oi,1 I II lrLadies' I'
< '. the nostril bottles free. Regularize; ?, "itXand Dickinson is valuable ad- For I oniotroller of the State of Florida : I. .
;Mr. a I
: 1-oron-Ju-iicodf the Supreme Court oftbriMHtr Big & ,
tithe whole -urflce Ifl.I __ Private ; I
__ of tlomla. :!
i 1 1 i-t- Us..lf. A r..lII- junct to the: great system. He was For two Kailrnad CommiSMlooerg of the j I of ., It ,
I the corks on s .
.irrh which idrytht MRteuf Florida.Fnr : '
: dl-f'a-.d until a few years ago in charge of Mateerator for :S.coifl !vt-catorial' Dining Parlor.,. i
1I1t'1- Schlitz and
every I bottle of : District of the Mate of Honda. LAST CHEAP EXCURSION
1 :rl i !h. us.-i'. Cream : the claims department and was then For two Mfinhrrs of tbe llou.e of Representatives .
i. ':"ii/cd: t a..: a isee that thEy are branded of the State of 1- :}1 ll .;
.' (lru.Mtsoi mail placed in the traffic departmeut. 1 For Tax THIS YEARTo ,1
by j
; For Tax Collector.1orCouLty :
: t nl iiiiinrdi: I\'' dl":. i From this department he reigned i Trt-asurer. j Regular Dinner Daily. j !
., 'r. am btlm i i- used. I For five County fomml-Moner '
\t "''' \\':U' t'htrt'er, New Fo/ey's Honey and Tat ,'and went into business for himself; I F'orthree tuemhersof the lounty Board ,. J,i I.t i 1
of Public Instruction. q ,!
I tIrch/ldrcn.safc.sure. r'ioonlatesI11.1IQt'All'I'BlhS but a late meeting of directors of Peace In ,'
; For Justice! tbe and for tbe fiori Ones I',. t
I IIIpd1 : : .
- .
I following' Justice Districts, viz: '
elected him to a vice-presidency I ,No.o. 4.1. filled. Night or IJay. l'., 1 !I

rou which be accepted and has held t-orConstable In and for tbe following --i \ 1' ;
'' Justice Districts VII; Greenville and MonteomeryMonday I : :
$ I since. I' :No. 1. October20 If It f ;
I. (. omethlrq inon to Katycunnb 1 I
o,3. leaving Union depot Monday morn. YL>u'lI Quo it at '
Mr. Compton was at one time an No.4. ,.: :
Fare for
at II :30 special train.
I ins on i
II- :No f
o I II
'. THE LARGEST5FOCK.. EVER BROUGHT TO PEXSA- i agent for the company at Birming I I No.e. i, round trip $2F,0. From Cant'llImeIJt Nick Apostle's \ .:J 1 ,
attention of the sheriff U called acola.
fbe to' and Century same a" Fen-
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. ham. His services are also highly : the law requiring them to caus- a notice of Returning Nave Montgomery',> tf
I the said election to be publisn in a n1'W8. j'j'I Popular Restaurant. -
I valued.I I paper printed In the county. If there be a Wednesday night at 9jO: o'clock .
.GEM BOOK STORE. ; paper In the county. II there be no paper sharp CofT"refre"bmentwill 1:1:
.. I Shepard is a brother Mr. W. published in the county they shall cause at i I be .erv'd on train going and return- !
least live copies of this notice to be postedin I J JIJJIIJJIJJ\ ;
A I ,0. H. Shepard of this city, who i-i in the most public places the county. l i ing. ,
of School: ipplieTablt*, Pencils. Penholders, Etc. I In Testimony Wht-rrcf. 1 have hereunto set I l'urchq&p ticket' at tick+t otfice. j) If\r\l JJ vf'-v 11 'J 'nJ )) .j :
charge of the traffic department. my bund and affixed iheUreai Heal For further information apply to .
] of the Mate of Honda, at Talla-
hit!>!ee. the Capital this the first or ,
.i C.A.STCJ tx1L.: day of September, A. It. IJHI.W P.1H1MAS, I C BTOn.XA.
CHAS. R. JOHNSON lean the 1hKltd Ys Hasa 1nJis! Byzdi'g7 CLAY etcretary CKAWl-ORD.of tate. I I Excursion Man iger; BearIL. T t'df' Ec:., .1 .1 ; :

/J+-# _' To George E. Smith Sberl3: Kscambia i The excursion to R'rminvham will' 'mtlp #! t ;
218 SOUTH 1ML11 OX Sri EET I County aiToawiud: not be run on account of the strike .
,....-..... '... I ti t!

t i.
r it




i ? ) --.. !. Light Biscuit Light Pastry Light Gales

fi { L'} ? Work Light Cost.-SURE and.. i
l Light

i Quick-as-a-wink !

:i'i"e; Sense ana 1 salt., shortness r-uc -'. aHI .


a o! \Vhen they are affected, life i< in Curse
fcm Conference :
: Important Is Being Heldat
I IOwnf i" reon'ted that Marconi of wire- danger" Dr. AbTuethy, thp
1 t ll r. Description of Land. ::: := 5 ; i,. great En2lih physician.! Folpy'Kidne -
a ;:: ) i Cincinnati, Oct. 15.-An Important
.E u: title I'.v hmr Victor Emmanuel II
; \ Cure mikes sound kidnevV. !?. I
u I ::: 3 c E' I conference of the Catholic of HI'I
oCC 0 Scorpe; : ; 11 Adatns, a lawyer, ex-eon bishops \ A.D'Alemberte., 121 H. Palafox
< I the Cincinnati
province with Archbishop

:t're;;,tiian and a rt::!idont of Chicago, street.
I has U-eii made Elder presiding is in executivesession I
overseer of Harvard

. 10 OS at St. Peters Cathedral here(
41{ i 107, New City Pecsacola college. I DRINK

I J. E Ess. . .. ..West 3d ft lot 13. and e IS ft lot Samuel Hawkins Napier: who has today. Medical! Society. Attention.
14 bik 107, New City Pensacola 10 03 Among those present or represented
I, Just !been buried Upper Ottawa, was There will be a regular meeting cf I
t: w \VTate.Jr.. .. .. .Lets 1 to 5, blk 1"S. New City the discoverer of the Unrest: nugget: : of are Bishop H. Moeller of Columbus .he Pensico'a 'Medical Society 8the i
Pensacola . . . 5 41 ; Ahlerding.;. of Ft. Wayne; J I < I i lEI 1 1f
pure pulJ which the world Las: ever ; Board of Hoalt off no 'it f
J( !Wilt- Tate Jr,. .. .Lots 6 to 8, Ilk 109. New City .1 known. Richter of Grand Rapids! : u. MecloItey :: ;- j' Tuesday Oct. 2::i. !

t .. . . . 311
Ptnsacola : of Louibville! ; r. S. Cttard pf corc'-'slh! !
t'iiting physician are WHITE RIBBON
i;. ,;. \\'. Pennlngton Lots 1 and 2. ill; 124, New City it I James Lester, born to John and Vida Indiacarclis: J. S. Foley.! of Detroit ; tr.Ttted to attend I .I .

( I Pensacola . . . . . :G; 41 iu Harwmton Conn., rtcently. O. Macs DR.W. C. DEW /.,.?. .V. .. r. ; r .
P. of Covinptoa. Ky.; InjHorptTnn P.ERY, .. ... .. ,'I .
I c Kirby .. .Lots 19: and :2u, blk 147, New City I makes the fourth generation now I of Cleveland and T. 2ilvnip President trill rt t'i T -IWMtr '

j Pensacola . . . . 5 fiO living tagothiT) in the same blOuse in of NashvilleThe )! I OR. I.. Di.M. BLOCKEK.ni25ttf ,I ":uRm'dtx :
.. .. :a ()-.,.IJ '-". Lots 1.1: and :20 Uk 175 New City I IP which they were b<>rn. j S'err tary. mill-the dl-,. whether< a-" ?
t ns'cola . . . . . :21 General ntz-Huirh Lee will make his most important point considerpd :' ---- -- inebriate, u tippler,'' -. ,

L !-ii .. . .Lots 1 to ti, Ilk ITS. New City home in Norfolk, Va., in the future. is the attitude of the clenjy:, N01ICUI drunkard.. Imposlblr iiai .,.'
> fir alcoholic
:Se" Pensacoln: . . . . . 13 12 toward the Philippines controversy i White>put Ribbon ,11.
His IccNion! is said to \have been the I Remedy
\\'u H.ll\er..Lot\ 4, bik! :224, New City Pensacola 83 rrrently presented" at Rome by Gov- have been authorized to take ilnilir..'il by MenilMT "I u I
+ result of his head of I .
antoir.tment as .
? f ";;0. 1 JI.jlder..Lot ;5. blk 224.: New City Pensacola 4 Y3 the Ja'uestowu err.or-GemTal Taft. On this question; sub= riptions forVui.. Jennings \1 Mrs.'. Christian"'tOr. Dress Ttmpcritnitura. 5upiniir. ; ... .

; }'. :. ;k Lee . . .Lots 14 to 16, blk: 2i\::2. New CityP'n3acol.1 exposition. the clergy of some of the dioces-s Bryan's paper, "The Commoner. i (California write-: .;

isle,a ; : .. . . . 2 21! Congressman; Candler of Mississippitakes have already declared their views, nl}. The price i= tl-00 per year in ad ,, \\'hitH Ribbon J.m\'d>' 1''. \
:- M E Prrkins..t.Lot 7. blk 3n3. New City Pensacola 1 73 active interest in rdisious luat- tally at Cincinnati. Columbus. Fort vance. Those desiring the paper I Iln drunkard many ca.l'and the the Kt-oi'cure<1\'Ii l.ti ,-

b 1t' .1 I',!h!:. Cosgrove . .Lots 1, 2, 1'J: and 20, b'.k: 318, New ters. lie Las spoken from tevcralWachinston Wayne and Grand Rapids. Dishon can have it sent to them by sending;: crt-tlv. I che.-rfuliy rc in i,
City Pensacola, . . . 2 1-4 pulpits awl while at home $1.40to the undersiynf-d. j ,!or"" \VbitH Kiblxm 1'm..1;.1
}r ('f \r.Wn Owners. .W1On ft of sWtt New City No., during; the summer holds revival niett- Richter brought some recent letters H.M. ROCHE, ', our muni Union'I\IIII"ullo Rrefli'likhtfd am u in, .:
fI of Ilk 33C, Nw City Pensacola 19 2s :20w: 1 13 ings. received from the Philippines Oth" r Care Daily News. I aiu" work:'

I r t ro ? \\'il1lams..Lot 1. ilk o,_. New City Pensacola ei matters under consideration! were th' I druggist or hv mutt 1i I I
The only surviving loner of the
+ xj'a t .\J'.111 Shaw. .. .. Lots 3. 4. 17 and l!>, biK 373 100011 transfer of the American hierarchyand Refrigerators\ have frt-eh>' writing Mrs. A. M Townscnc '0'
1x12: is n
-; New City Pen'acolaCvnis . . 2 6: war of is Hiram Crook who clergy from the jurisdiction of th. I years secretary of a Woman s \r .I.
Parker..Lot: 4. blk 11, Dallas Tr City cfensacola passing the last years of a quiet life propaganda to that of the Vatican, the few left, which we will sell I ian Temperance Union 218 ireri'I

L x .. . . . 2! M at the home of his daughter at Dunn division of certain dioceses and the re. at cost. Marston $ Quina. St., Boston Mass. Sold. n, aI i iI I. .
Itrook about fifteen miles north of I H annul Sru. .'II'I. IMIal.u
,t \V O 11.rrandz..Lots 1 and 2. hik 12. Dallas Tr form of church music.!
# City of Pensacola . . . :24: Home, N. Y.
jji =.I11"n Harris .. .Lot 4. blk 52, Dallas Tr City of Tommy McMath of Hope, Ark., has Dropped Dead Sailing Home. A.

#' 1 'c Pensacola . . . . . 413 accepted a i(!:ition as telegraph! oi>- I Philadelphia Oct. 13: .-Thomas 1 :n : .A.
i gi l4 1; Sha rick Holmes..Stt ft of n 12S, lots 9. and 10, blkl t-rator at Pine 1lul1'rk.. lie is only O'Brien a mining engineer of Birmingham t0 .
City of Pensaecla .. . 23! Is SOw 4 43 I
('1 I ; _: Rl! :and Morris. .W60 ft of lots 1 to 5, talk 2, City fourteen years olJ. and !is probably the Ala., a passenger; on the i I SrcTESSOR TO AVERY t WUOLFoLK.

j of Pensa< ola . . . . 23 23 SOw C :23: youngest: cotton exchange ulc;;raplur steamer Chatham from Philadelpha: i
;r: Ceo Malone .. .. .. Lots 6 unu 7. blk! :2. City of Pen- I in tin United States.When for Savannah, dropped dead lost ngat: ; I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I sa>.ola . . . . . 23 2s SOw 3 51 tLe of Turkey!: attends as tne steamer was passing down thrj j I
t R k'i firo S.Jcumb..Lots! 6 to 11. or u\v ,i. blk 12, City n play he often hands the! comedian of Delaware river. The vessel" anchorcl | HARDWARE

: of Pensacola . . . . 23 2s SOw 3 54 ihe eompaiij nn criminal juke of his oif Reedy island! Delaware, awaiting

Ilobt! Keeler .. .LOT 4. Pt'uley's div of blk 22, City onn. Which! the actor gets off in the orders as to the: deposition; of the ,

of Pensacola .. . . . . 2S Zs SOw: 5 54 ci.nre of the J performance. These nat I" N'ulAXP Sliov. I i-, ; '
l.ody. ':i : t IW Mill .u>d! !'fI'<>i :
rk Vnknown Owners..Lot 5. blk 2..;), City of Pensacola. 2S 2s SOw 101 ni..ll\ create unu-li hiunbtor.F'our ::! I MH" ,die,. (.'""gill:': mid Hiitni,: :St<>v<-", Pail'! .' -
1'1 ;flown Owners..Lot 4. blk 2S, C'-ty of Pensacola. 23 23 SOw{) 120 "f! tini.Mft men in the S'n.'U'f Uiuit.iw (ila--, liuhe, 1'ial'is and FI-hing:; T'L'
;. j. .1. II Roll. . . Lo' C. blk 2. City of Pensacola. 23 23 SOw 321 ., No danger of consumption if yon :
it ?I4! by siikin s':its 11. 1':. 1 and and
+ .1 I'nkncnn Owners. LtJt 9 Mk! 2S, CMy of Pensacola.! 23 23 SOw: 1 20 eFoley' Honey and Tar to cure Ante ( Tinware and lIousefm'uishin:; (t.; itt.h.
14 in the front row i f the licnuu rInk
t1I L. f. \eRne..Lot: 1i: Ill! :<. C::> of Pensacola. 28 2s 30w 2 S7 >
'I t 't 7. Ill'jah. Jr I.a :21;: hilt :2:?. City of Pensacola. 2S 2s 30 1 01 Mile of the c'hlInh'rr.! Pcttus and! that stubborn S.cmuh.Palafox.Eirfs .W. A. D'lmbHt&Il I tOF.XS/ FOU KJKMINGHAM ROLLING MILL <'COM: )i" ', ) 'Vi3

J. T C'ark' . . .LOTand 9. Peb.f> 's:: div. bUt 38, Mr. M"V.II ol' Al.ili.inia ami Mr. CocU-! -- --- lihti.t Stitched Belting, Northampton En "
L nil t City of Pensa",i'a: . . . 2S 23: SOW 187 roll! and! Mr. Vest of ilishouri.l'iofi"vi.r I \V'-.el Co., L'iftiu & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's: : K n-
w' Mi Jas 'd"-- rf..l.'S. nand 11. P"'Ue\'s div., blk Triusrs! of the University of Open far Monunentfha'ar 'I -..uJlne. Iron Kiu: and luck Stoves and R4iijrf"s \\i.: .

li ri < l I .;:>. City of Pen-acola . . 23 2s 30w 1 87 ('bk-auo:: approves of Mary MacLane : wa. Ort 16.-The Ohi' C'u- & Cn."; Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-ury -

t vn: Chrk . . .Lrt ir':. Pcbley's dv.: blk 38. City and her bouk. lie thinks all the cutichtcnttl rron'uront commission has notifli* :\1.ld. lUilroad Colors.

of Pt-n-.acola .. . . . 23 2s 30w 3 51 should lead it. presumably to typ o"a's: of the Chirkaroauca pai;' Masonic Temple. & Pensacola. Fla.
\':i.rti.t A. r.'jrias..nat 30 ft of lot 6 to 10, blk 39, litvciiif i.,oiv l'Hlihh'u'; Only thewest ;' 'it ')'.!" vfll he received for the f"' ;

t.' C.iy of Pensacok . . . 23 2s SOw 1 CO he ... could have Lon of: the Ohio r.:'iuttment. on Clu ,. '
+ ; : :M Dolphin . .WCO ft of lots 13 to 17, blk 41, City fill y reduced nrraat'rfipM.! : : and the contia : '
t t" such work: and ctiaractir.ThtTi .
i j :. of Pensacola . . . . 28 2s 30w 7 27 a will !hI' a',\ ,!:',!p,1 i1rt. 19. The rr.urnicrt !llF HOWL STANDARD \YIIISliL8 \
H E. Allen . .Lo-s 6 and 7. blk ..3. City of Pent I U no fitting monument on thegrJre i ia to ot J2* W> and it wi!: '
.t < ot . . . . 23 23 SOw 5 41il' of Salmon 1'. Chai.Q iu Cincinnati. .
.r castTHIS
.i: 71" H< n\; M. :\r r"hall..I.t 10. Ilk 43. City! of Pensacola. .. 23 2s30w C 03: 0.. U\I h' a Dimple stone liearinsau Quarts, per

,: I';;.;' }oa: uy Lewis . .EahfJl ft of lots 1 to 4. and 21, bIt I in!:ciipi i..11 of four lines and reciting .11" nTn.f1 by Ohio troops dir- t -- --. -- -- -

; r .1;tI.; : : 44, City of Peasacola . . 2S 2s SOw 1 C3if : that be \\ .i< ",,('nat'.r. puxi-riior, tin- I't'I: JUg: of that ridge, '
WHISKEY i* distilled at t' N <<<
r-" 1i \; .l K'/innson! and I: sit-n-tar:' ..t' t'ii' tri'iiMirj. i-hiff justiceof ., DHlUenand H fully mat ii' ,i i ',\ j
.th, FI: nk Jones. .. .Lets; 12 to 23, Ilk: 44, City of Pen- the l'nt'.i d! SI.Ib.: ." His daughter, P?rlizrr;r.t Member Sinter.ced. before'bottling. I It i; ab-olutely pure ,u L 1 I' l'

j f 1 sacola . .. ... . . 28 23 Sflw: 4 78 I who luoliZtd ll.l.: n Ibehidt him. ?:'20. IK land. Oct. Ifi.-p. r.r relied in quality by any 1Vhi=key of tl '
fr."M. .11.,.... ..,,,, .. ft' .n '
L 1 M. P.
I ; rt '.11 U".n" or s Jnd u. u v. ''try UL eniii Hugh was sentenced tr-la! l' uo matter where produced. The R..j' I. ,
4,1t',t t i <.oa 23 2s SOw 113 n.o morths i irrisonmeat at hall: i i-; eight gear; old when bottled, and, t" .

"t 'M !" .;'., v\n Ownors .I.fits, : and 14. ilk: oO; City of Pen- SPENT MARE THAN $1000. I i i', r. alt r having !ken convut-u" ,if! itexcfllt-nt quality, i* the chpaprtin v.'

t I..[ j-acola 28 23 30w 113 I W. W. Baker, of Plaint few, Neb., (OI?;':' .i..y and ;.ctiaS-Iarion.! market at that price. As; a bevcri.'.
: 'i dthl an O\\'r.'l is..L't 2. coin:; oa't talk 36, City of writes: "My wife suffered from an ah-,timely pure stimulant, there I- II' I .
s Pensacoli 28 2s SOW 113 1 < hntot-d\ in case) containing;: uo mark- "
I X .\. }1111..1."? ',. or <. ",'0 ft of nw i. blk 56. lung trouble for fifteen years. t lie I DANGER IN FALL COLDS. indicati i-miteuu. If purchaser uj. \ '
number of doctor and spent
Citv of PIIa'ola 28 2s SOw 4 43 i tried a Fall colds are liable to hang; "n all g'' the wm-k,. i- not satisfied with tL' .
without rtlitf.'ne became ::
Vi.v\io fIn. : S4It of l liS it e front by 90 I Ift. over HOJJ can rptul'I' the same at : ,
i- n vtrv low and lo-t all hope. A winter leaving; the seed:; of pn>-iiii! !,. our exp :u-t i
: 28 2s 30w 3,4 i[ t will OP rpfuiidf'd.
r Ilk .6. City of Pensacola. friend recommended Foley's Honey nia. bronchitis or consumption.! F"
1! rIY Lei .' . .\VOft;: of 'W',. l-k! ;rC, City of I and Tar and, thanks to thu; ;great ley's Honey aud Tir cure* quii'kh Ail "ider- -!,ould be accnnipaui .1 I ,!1curr.iicv. 1-, .
,'"" Pjnsac"J'a 28 2s 30w 4 4S ', remedy, it saved: her life. She enjoys and prevents serious resultlf i- lIGHT1tAU 01.0 .. l'! Oj-t"II'l'l' m"tieyorder. buikpr 1

C. M.Aul : . WMO ft of nwilt 1,1k:! ",, City: of bAtter health thin she has old and reliab.e. tried uni tf-' >d. --ni'iiity ord >r. \Ve refer ti> r >: -: :N
Pen.?;* "'!:1 23 2s 30w 541 j known in ten'f'ar": ." Refuse substilute I safe au 1 i'ure. contain*; no "l'llt.i ,- pL AiUflll Bwk'l ally uieici.aht in Peu-ac-.

g :'; A L. \\'" . .I.f<; i.; tot i i".. a".1, 1 n-j 1 Iolt 1C, blk 83, I *. \V. A.D'Alemberte, 121 .-;. 'I and will!! not con-tipate. \\' A.
g .t ; City ('! I'-'usa ,la 28 2s 30w 3 54 Palafox street. D'Atemberte, 121 S. Palafox. S. A. FRIEDMAN

1 gel I I Vt!:Known 11 -:np's. .L-it _'4, LIU N:'I. .'nof Pensacola 2S 2s 30w 64 -.- ... --..----- -- -_ --------- -- i I ,

.Iluito'vV1: ,.1. .\ .1..1" 1 rri "! '.' !.'K' ;';'. City of Pen- I Coal Dealers Panic Stricken. ( ,
set I : s-it'ola 28 2s 30w 317 fironinelLInt; Cane Ni"w lurk Oc t. 16.-Coal (i.-a'o"-: II :;..f.E PKO.-KIETOR. PENSAI'{ 1

II! It llamlltcn .N110 it ot nV Wk! f'4. City of Pen- Fen men who UM- \\ilkint caucsare who have been speculating in oa: Kot < 1 -
M1ws! ) s.u ola 28 2s 30w 3 54 aware that the growing of walking soft coal for future delh'pry a h 1 K 1 v 0 BOX 11$. Tiihrt5: 'M i I I

'i} r+ hI.; '. Kt nned\ . SM ft of ue'4. U':<: '.'1. City of Pen stalKs iu siterial industry and that reported almost panic stricken m j -

1i(1J( sacola 23 2s 30w 3 51 certain kinds uf canes are not merely he outlook: !: for speedy resumption Ithn I' 1 a AP al[ MAN, .
I ':iknoi\n O\\ .Lots 1 to 4 and U, blk S 6. City ofIr.1 foHiH-i ,,! siv they may toe found growing anthracite fields, and a nurni".rlarge ,,; L..I handle every cbs! of Ijiqu! .
28 2s SOwn 1 C3 bulk nr b'tttlp. wholesale retail, ,I
ii ; l Pensacola lots have been or a: ,
in for >ts. One may lind at any lumped upon :
r ( l.rov.n Owners. .All of. except Inv, 7.8 and 24, '' are way down.
store where the titks are sold market Prices for bituminous ha-: '
# tt+,1 k Ilk 11 Ii. City of Pensacola 23 23 SOw 4 85 many Y.
canes of :almo precisely the same declined! from around $10 to }5",'", a AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
itn I' nd? Crockett. .W.O; ft of e Hu _t t. blk 117, City
i a < I of r''na'ola 23 2s SOw 5 41 l'n:1b.I..lit.; shape and material. ton. Domestic sizes of anthracite ='p! I y i

r Jl: H
{ M. .\. Stone . Allof blk 14S. except sel City I handle, for instance are much sold: in The Star Laundry
of lYnsarola 23 2s SOw 1 50; England. They are grown by a "farm- Marriage. ,

0k i; t \V II. Srott..W'% of ilk ICh; City of Pensacola. .2S 2s SOw 101 cr" who makes it a si-emlty( to trim Chattanooga. Tenn., O<.:t.r..-Mi-

I rr known Owners. S.'iH:; ft of ,,wx4, oik 16City of acd shape young! :.h plants. Blanche: Divine! society! leader ai.-i I Busiest Best II !

#I t Pensacola 2S 2s SOw 113 queen of the festival of the fact rear: Biggest, ,
t t B R. Hamilton .N>i of fiaifl. blk211 23 2s 30w 64 ( hld.1'1a Cnitard. was married to Mr. Doibree R Hois
a+ I Ella Maul . . Sty! of fraofl WK211 23 23 30w 61 The nest time you waut to tempt the
Jr. son of Bishop }}oss, of Nashville] ,
; A Condon .Sit ft of e 123; ft of lot 2. and w 28 nppetiteof the gentle ..oinalseetit who
In tre First Pres'iyterlan! church here '
.a ft of tats 1 an? 2, blk 13, City has refused jour gruel or iH>rrid! ;es ,
of Peinarola 42: 2s SOw 161 try a chicken ('u -tarll. To a cupful ut Tuesday. Bishop Boss or3ciat. f They Speak

t I Jlmctarke..Lot 21. blk 111. City of Pensacola 2s SOw :324 cream add a cupful of dear I'liickciibtoek. I
gd 1 J H Williams .. Lot 22 blk 111. City of Pensacola 42: 2s SOw 3 21 I Put it in the double boiler and CANCER Cl'KKO BY IHXOlLM

I'C. Marchctti .. Lots IS to 21. blkli6. City of Pea add the beaten yolks of three ergs and
i sacola 42 2s 30w 1753 .. .XIIkin and Hloinl Diraaat Cured. for Theffiselsis !
a pinch of salt. Cook until the mixture s ;!
Mrry Hntler.Lot 23, blk 116. City of Pensacola 42 2s COw: 133 thickens to the Consistency of eii1- Mr*. M. L. Adams, Fredonia. AU.. :OJ
Cole.20 ft front by tin i ft.adjoining
i W A.
1 took Botanic Blood Balm which tf-
1 s tarn, then puur into 'nl'> :111:1 sent
1 Anderson on n. blk! 173;, City of I
We 1ft the !Shirt
i tensacola 42 23 SOw 2 :92: I cokL If the appetite i* e.iprn' :iou-, andnitvls fectuilly cured an eating cancer of : "
., the and face. The I' alpd and CurT. we Launder -p '" 4-
tl soii.ethin hot still;! u e yoiiiLicketi ore i
S;; ft. D. D. 22
\\ A. Cole.20 ft s. front, by "
1.L page :327: blk Ii,>. Cty of Pent I sttteU-u "lIl'l'nl-aml add! two, up perfectly. Many doctors had: themelveThey will talk i : :

i Y sacola 42: :3 SOw 3 S2: egg; joll: >. beating: the mixture with an given dreds up of her case of as hopeless" hun- 9 Y t + 1 r than we can. \Ve want tIJ b'. : : t

c 11 King Jordan . Lot 9. blk :SG: Donalson Tract City egg; beater. Cook in double l bailer and sores, fcupperatmg caves swellings cancer. ,eating etc.. }, more by the work we d"> t ,'.

,.' of P nsacola. .. .. .. .. .. . 3 33: when Cone add two teaspoonfuls of have been cared by Blood Balm. y what we say.

Dore Solomon .. .Lets S and 9. bk! 43, Donalson sherry and:'{>fIn a cup, piping hot.A Among others Mrs. B. M. Ouerney, i

1 y Trart City: of Per.sacola 4 67 Warrior stand, Ala. Her no-e arid

E..1. Gitaore!: . Lots 20. e i io ft lot 1', and w 10 ft lip were raw as beef, with offensive
1 DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for and DfillTEFEl' Fr&t
I IS lot 21. bUt 46, Donalson discharge; from the eating -ore.
= City of Pensacola 2 32 Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton, Fer. Doctors advised cutting, but it
114. 27 GARDEN ST-
Neil: Soderquest .Lot 22 e 10 ft let 21. and w 10 ft ryV.. Va., writes: "I have had failed.: Blood Balm healed the I TELEPHONE
i ''L lr; lot ;25.!: blk 45, Donalson Tract kidney and bladder trouble for year: sores and Mrs.! Ouerney i is as
It City of Pon;;acolaV 2 5* and it became so bad that I wa 3 well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

!;+ 4 \ .\. Crook-------N70 ft lots 29 to 31, blk! 46. Don- obliged to get up at leaH a dozer also; cures eczema, itching humors .,
t fit' alson Tract. City of Pencola: 3 54 times a ni 1bt.: I never received an y scabs and !scales, bone pains, ulcers --

i Alex McKinley ... S40 ft lots 29 to 31. blk 46. Donal- permanent benefit from any medicine offensive pimples, blood poison, car
I son Tract City of Pensacola. 1 69Mary until I tried Foley's Kid ne r buncles, scrofula, risings; and bumpson w. B. WHIGHTMANUFACTCBER8 comPllNY,
Nancy Massen- Cure. After using two bottle!!, I an the skin and all blood troubles, .f--

t 12: and w 7 ft lot 11, Donat !- cared." W. A. D'Alemberte,121 B: Druggists; fl per large bottle, fll.I
;fit son No., bIk 43.. 42 :25! 3v\\ 1 S3 Palafox street. ample of Botanic Blood Balm free, ASD DEALERS IN

ski i James O'Drien..Lots! S to 11. except s 30 ft blk :So.: and prepaid by writing Blood Balm \
Water Front. City of Pensacola 11 93 If yon want a nice present to givito S Co Atlanta Ga. Describe trouble::1 LUMBER LATHS
1 t sl a friend, go and look through; th e< and special medical advice sent i it in ,
& Co. Part of blk ;S8. Water Frant Cityof
i : :SV B. Jordan
sealed letter. It la worthwhile
It line of suitable articles certainly
elegant:\ a ff:
Pensacola .. n .. 93 94 J. I. Stephens, you surely can fin d investigating such a remarkable ; SAWED CYPRESS Sl31EGLES"Klia.Dried i$2iPENSACOLA $ ?
I I A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. something to please you. It yoi I remedy as Blood Balm cure I

Tax Collector, Escaaibia County. want anything in the Diamond tin B the most awful worst and mos! FLA.
be sure to see him before you bay. deep-seated blood diseases.



Slow Starvation Fever blisters can be cured by the --

use of powdered alum. Man Who Committed Suicide on Train

Is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and Indigestion.If II 5dacLe frequently yields to the Worth 350000. I

your food remains undigested it can't build up the simultaneous application of hot waterto \Vaycross Ga., Oct. 16.-F. M. Ar-

I body. In fact, it does actual damage by decaying the the feet nnd Lack of the neck. guinbau of Quincy. Fla., a partner of ,
the A. R: Schroeder, who committed
stomach and poisoning system.KODOL su-
For tender! feet! oak In two quartsof t ,
clde on an Atlantic Coast Line train I
cold water to which an ounce of =

.r Digests powdered lH.rax la added and rub dry arrived here and accompanied the re .
: mains to New York. :
with a towel.In I. I
What You Eat. convulsions place cold water to Argulnbau states that Schroeder I fcr Infants and Children.

Kodol la the sensible remedy. By digesting what you the head loohen clothing and place in has tobacco plantations at Quincy and '

eat It strengthens the body and at the same time rests a hot bath for ten minutes from S7degrees other points la Florida, valued 8: The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne tile signature ;

the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health. to 00 degrees 350,0"0., and that he has other Interests <;f Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his ,

Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms. in New York He says Schroeder personal supervision for over $O jear Allow no ono
A for diarrhea
cure and stomach
It is Nature's
Kodol tonic.Jursl. .
cures. '
left Quincy Monday night to deeeive in Imitations awl ,
apparently you this. Counterfeits
''r' doctors called dyspepsia took pain of considerable repute is made I
*()a divase the each a hold on me that I could I
Fye I Wok quantities of grabbed other medicines but nothlnit helped me. As thus: Pour whisky: on to a lump of In good spirit. He does not "Jn>t-a i.good" arc but Experiment, and endanger tho :
dtu'I: i man rrispn at. straw I Kodol. I felt an Improvement at once and alMI assign any cause for the deed.
health of
and set light to it When the Children-Experience against Experiment.The .
T. .,?.ui am sound and well GIOBGI 8. MARSH, A worney-at-Law, onaTe sugar 1 r
Waycross is flooded with telegram -
but do flame has died out eat the sugar as hot EEE
It can't help you good. as you can. from friends and relatives of the de Kind You Have Always Bought :: ;

-v.rtett'ecorUlnsSHt'mesasmuchlaotnalmeasuremenUasthetrlal: :: ( ) she which sells for lOt ceased and New York .
r-to. rn'i.>rnl by E. DaWlvt &Co.. (lblca (). Sold by all dealers.Hitch To cure warts apply three times B newspapersare :

HI7H SalVe a soothlnr. healing application for piles, sores an* day nitric acid with a small) camel's making many inquiries as to the Bears the Signature of l .

--1.5[( Hlliu akin dUemie Benrll of connterfefu.Jnhn hair broth taking great care that none suicide is

Shpppard.Harcis" Pharmacy 8iduey Kann. run down on the flet-h. After five

--- minutes wash ot!. Continue this till GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED.

r' ,- -maiee Fw Actors Bulj-jrian Rabeb! Defeated. the warts have disappeared.In .

r- 1 I', --A benefit per Cotsntinon'e.: Oct 15.;; -It :is! de- an emergency to make n compressfor : Engineers May Tie Up 9,000 Mills! cl t

.\i.l I .,Kirium theater clarJ in j-'o'-nnipnt circles that Bulfaran a wound if nothing better is at Road in South.

"'>r the] actors' fun-l! rw.Iunonary Ianris have eve hand cleau tissue paper makes an excellent Charlotte N. C., Oct. 16.-There hai. In Use For Over 30 Years. I

'td( |1PrsOlSH'r@ .ywhrrp hen 'Vfratcd a=:d I that application. It is much to be been a persistent rumor here all day Ire cf R auN eoyra9r R/RrrT R1w MO R ell, p i

Among those : a > '.IHr> eu'a!!-emcnt in the Kre-: preferred to a strip torn from clothingor that the engineers of the Southern I ..... t3i.l'.3': .

.] Hcph Jefferson! na: refill'l hPtv.-pr-n a force of Turkish: a soiled handkerchief which may railway would join their brother ol I DR. MOFF TT'S Cures Ctolera-lnfantom :, ;

Iirxs J. Corbcrt troops! and! ir.rureens, the Iliilpiri-! be the only other choice. I II I the Georgia railway In their firM for I 'i Diarrhoca.Dvscntery, 1 t;;

'<. nzip, Miss Viola! ar were dWnl-vd' and dispersed.! Th.port' ;> I the mileage scale of pay rather than the Bowel troubles of

understands! Mono< lit tier I'orkPt. the diem.' A prominent a1 fJd Children
"r. Joseph Caw. that the Dulsariangovorr.tnont present per yi of Any Age.
Miss Helen nerI.m. !!: has finally decided! to su,>. There 111:1)he greater virtues In the raembf of the Brotherhood 01 Lora l ,p tir yF Aids Di rtion, egulrtef II ,

,' Miss Lottie I!r,'ss the Ma'-cdoniaa committee. possession of the married woman, buttherc motive Engineers said last night th.tshould .x a Apl6 (TLETMING rOVJCER3f tv:0\: ,. Strengthens ,
are few greater and more excellent the Child and flakes
1't.roli j.cComas. the copferencce at Augusta i isuit I Costs Oaly 25 cents at Druggists : i
taK'iiN than that of knowing how j ,, + EETBIIGGISY j
.. FX'r.pral of In a fl'S".ii! P..Tt there wo1'! 1 : t
the direction oft Congressman Sheppard. ;JOr mail io rent, ti C J. MOFFETT M. P. ST. LOUIS MO. I
Te'tarkat.a T '\., Oct. 15.-The fu to spend money-not t> waste It, !but certainly i 1'! a stii-i;::> over at l 1. .ut I TisKt..EK.? AI-I..IU!! > P 7 DB. '..' M i-urr jlv }> i .. ( "utl -b-.tiUcivt you t S ''I
to spend it and be acquainted with !Ihl I myeipen.i.e with > in v > .it n'. :. a.. "uKTHi\\. i r r Ts.Iibe-badmu.h! tiroubaeoethu
neral of t'n late 9.000 of roads In this sr t ton: :3: ,
Congressman .
John ; 1 .r.n .Jaa ; in:. Her btwrl!:
'r>. Torare.. I 1.. Shfppai. took place yesterday and laallIrt'tutht. the f:-- >h. rpnti unl to| 1Lrmtherd.t.rm -I .. .
Ir't'rFTIfI\t.avli.dipsrtwvnr'.v. nj .VI ad rrtaratd
Hut whether or not cue knows the cw ,
was the most elaborate affair! of the The .'onthern's officials here do not thebuwlnwit l nduuai', i Ls ITI.LTHi\A. the Itlab.b.t-: i i-t. .. i ; h
: -n torturing clls- i details of the hod of .
nut getting mon } .rsetr. D.IV.hit'Elt.ids.rand IT : : IrT-LtalaNews.
kind ever vntT-s=ed in this ction. think : '.at a strike! will rt.-u'.t: 1 L it .- --. cl1
ir-i' torture might ey into the ri/ht bands; It I Is an Impure .
H'nv'w's! were present from all over seem t., very careful as to stat. : .. ..
trade of any one. tant part of a wife' virtues to kmr.v ;" .. .
Ms c.IT1:re"sonltl! district.; The cerenmiifs ments fc" 'a' ;iml-lic. In fart no 'II,' C. 4
'.\t"' -! Witch JIaz"l how td spud; the money when once LJj fJV i
at the grav: were conducted In an or.tial! rapacity will mao: a u; L it1 J R
Many a woman buys what bhe I
Uuey, (tPHOVlt 0. by the Masons, and were very impiessive. I statement for the press. !I 'f Il
nits if the Las the means to do so
: : '- Witch hazelidles I WE EXPFCF TO SUPPLY: A MUCH: [ 1.,1 OEIi TUAPKTHIS PI
without a thought if it he best or if t J
'lftpr I li'idi Want Law Re ealed.
'- I she! could without it 01 if she couldt i,' 0'11'1B.: THAN: ; ; t KIII': I
1 i-.' t'uriM cu'-. :! Foley'; Honey and Tar turpscoutlli ; -t it at a better pricelcw here. Macon, Ga., Oct. 1C.-The Dibb! r<>\presentativps ,- :I' ,

: ilieus.: Ca I ami c('Ids l and prevent rwmmouii. 'I Cut really\ the m-ire opui handed a to the leilatme ha'1' SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCWI t

HardI'har- Take no -.uititnteV.\: A. 1 husband is the more it is the wits been Inl"I'I; !by a commltt-'p! eon I I ;"

,1'1.i Si liit-y 1' ahu. ,i D'AItmbme 1_'1 :S. P.JIaf'lx.'l'.ol' duty to think twice when spending .:stint: ft t .-'.''urn'y.. SIms anlj 1 i: Thompson Olsen cC ') ; !

-- -- I Par': "r. rf the Retail! CS>'era' assooiaticn. I a,
--- fur putting aside any <;ue>llon t.f her 't

iiiities In the husband's income, the ot this city and were requested'

.-"'''-:''::'''''''''''- L ,.,..::;r!!! 22.'.--..!.-,=,=,.!.. "1.i'J! fat remains that it Is usually in his to support a hill that will bo introduc =-=-- : Manresa Street, _Tele f hone JJ7. .=:=- ''i' r i

[; t.I'OILo t.r iut1 power and is under the proUiice. (.r ed at the next s"sslon of the general f r

"rTT t. that law: which declares that might a'serI My: to repeal or at least !greatly: !

t1" Ef TY WORDS .ff ffh makes right;; and if be is open handed D+u.'Cy the preset garnishment law lit.icifl

that circumstance gives her a double cf tlie state. It is not believed that:

olilication, ; to spend It reasonably and I he! B'MI prosontatlves will! favor

r{:l =- (:] wisely. (I':,, rp"f'al or Mollfication of the law o -DIAIKhS Id- ---D

ltd b: Is :aid! :1':1! the Macon Retail Tro-

TWENTY CEt.JTS. i it Science of Courteo_, c? s' arc 'Ir:;0'1 is acting In conjure Ship Chandlery l and General hardware .J ; I

l i'' In teacL'.j.g! a child manners sure ti!"i w'.h: ti.' state association. The

i't that you have him understand that all inrt toip; Ire a big Light \\'11he\ et,9 AND 005 rt. FAI.AIUX STlll'KT. : '
these comtoie.s and amenitiesare
pretty irate for :aid against: the repeal.Dr. -A.OSTNTO-'Sr -- ,
I nut mere matters of form but that .
t l''I .unaunt invested the Ii mY SEWS One Cent 0 true gentility something that proceeds :I Walker fees Suddenly.Wr.i'prtm (jfALVANISED W1KK ROPE, A. m: mLAHo'al'.I'! .P8. ,

V I r I '"lumn often brings wmlllerCnl result There ii 111) 1 from the helrt-tllat they are Ga.. Oct. IB.-Dr. W. .T.V.'r.lcr. .,
j dictated by the creed of love and kindnes i na: : r f s 1 ?m Is.. Ijs. tbticaf l ID.dMr1MIE! : .Ililt ll. !In.ra, Ihlu Xco I l

9 ':ll'thod or medium in the state for rellizin:; a want -of doing to others as you wouldbe a highly respected citizen of '1P4sM KH. I-OOS. ft'OYl' !
t Ills nli.-e.. '\I h the;(' column':!. done by says the Sunny South. Tao afternoon He wastT'ng (J. MeKenzie: Oartin{ Collaetm A;ent for '.Jar )Pint! i'.fiievolent Asia ..I '
yesterday "
heart furnlsl1.. the best criterion of ; xy elation. .f I }
what sen/la! forms shall be rejected oraccepted. .
-- -
,HAVE YOU A WANT! It is always the purpose of ."ticnc ro his woodcutter, when! 'ie .

t good manners to place one's" companion fil.i!. His' family Mme to him an1"ect TEE GARDEN SECTION ::

at case, but this! (the child should for a phvsicipi! but he explrMbi !

A 4Vautrd. I NotorietyVatlted.. understand) is not an end in itself but 'or<> tl," plr:'=;'cian ar' Ivod. IIo o-OJiW-o: 1 l'i

leave? a vridovv! and three 'bildr1Mr. I
a duty tniia om to nniiilier. Cultivatethose !
B I, \V Itl-d. Oininll'alltt'd..
manners in children which teach C. A. Walker of Atlanta: Mrs.: Pensacola Florida: I ,
AV.u'ed. W\UII.'I1 ,
C partner
tin m to be just kind obliging, to remove Lee Snarkirnn. of F.'rt White Fla. ,
---- -- --
0'1\,1 1 1V: 'ed. Qnilter \\ :lllted.E s. of Dinning- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus ;

'. r '., .I1't'll. HlomVante. ,
IyF best in a companion, to defend the hnn.Ja. 1 1I

i u! '. : :nr I \\ Hlte..! S'nmt"luted.. right and to II{' n"'II'i.tfulnml reverentto
Well Known Financier Dead.New .
ti'I I;" iti lilted." 4Vantod. all the great ttToirs of l'uwanitto )- York. Ort 1C.-=Ullliani! liar- Beautiful Lots for Sale. i

H .,,1-" \\' I' tpd. Uui'mmen 1Vauted. I i iI the i-httn !h, the !;school the law the man Ciown, a retired mem'-er of tile I \

I I'', !..\Vmh'd, Vphiclfmtej.. jOH'rmUt'III-nnl1 to all that \helps to bankh.g film of taro:'n Brothers & Co.. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, Recording l

d : .'I,.!\Vantrd.. Wives 1Vanted. express: the genius for art and beauty. and for many years one of tha Iwst tq location and surroundings. ;i. rt!r

', known financiers of Wall street !is t
.< 1'1" Wanted. Xperience Wanted,
!UII rill Ita; .\It I cr. .ill t
E Il l' \VlIItf.t. Y.Hl're wantl'd to have (I) In reply to a ijuestion regarding: the dead at his home in this city. I Exceptionally (; ) )(ZNetijtIW() l, Cetucli fub View : i;

Ii) r',, I \\' tilt'.d. Z..l enough to place 11 ) proper Kind of mourning for a near Packers Combine.Chica'o. High, Dry Fertile Lands.: i > ; ,

relative (If the arbitrary! rules In r
many v\t. 1"-1'\J\\ great park'era -- -

this uitter have U[ >cn greatly; modifiedor ( amhine will bo launched in 11.. Tho grandest: opportunity for investment ever :: j i
made IIii '!U has <
( '' SPECiAl fi; wrought a change for the letter year until comber if the money market i is easy: I offered: in Pensacola. i c j.i j.
I;) lI: : T n (nIIlUUQ I ; says The Chronkle.! Kuehn, I.oeb i:
III lUIQ MGNTHI now there e.\i-I >ts ft lilieny of action i j .
,f I.U. liUI.Unm U a WEEK DR '.... iicr before kuofrn. Custom in this Co., tfcf Now York bankers and finau- Home Seekers Should; See Tln-ae Lots.

ill CIvJ I (c'ors will head the underwriting syn. i ,

;.',",_ .__ .._....._..-_....._.-_-_ .. ,-_ ,"" "",,, .-_ .o-..-' ....-. I .4t1mtry :still fixes black as a propereuiMem I dilate. WliPiever there are agencies i
w..;..' ;:;::, ,' '' -- -- -W.W.trr- ..grief for the loss of rel.i- aAL CIUIDIDS ]:
I of several packers in a city or townthey : Ii
tires, but death is not made the occa- I i.
will be abolished and only one
I .0.1'. 1!1I "ion ut foolish extravagance or waste
R-.fN.1I.i j 1I I general agency will he e-stahlishe I.I i. :
I ----I fill I'xl'ClltliH.e.{ Plain black dresses Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. ; I t
lingtne-t'r Among the firms in the combine are! .
14\. .rdlllllC who usr-t'narutryCgIASCt-, with chain and headu.ire and wraps are adopted in I fl "
"11 h It. LiiictiAlil: 'In-t I Armour & Co., Swift & Co., :Nelson I
..HM call HI tLn olllcu i tlr'I hairpin. ufflcrllAllt attached, t IDa"r111 pleae hundreds! of instances instead of the K" 0. I'KENT, WM. if KXOWI.KHPresldeut. W.Kt1\t.JK: J. Ii. KtESFfhler t jis / :
tI( \\' Morris & Co. Fdnvar/ehiM & Su'.z-!
... 1 Id! .
len building.15ott I former heavy: :and t'XiH'iumc ueeds.Iiuli : VCP 'dat. Ass't Cuble- t .
: burger.I 1 1W
I and [ that r. 't
(oOOU"" -d anything e\'r.thin .
+ ,T } +P \ I
1 I. \ L ,' lulilN It.i' -' render a mourner's grief or garments I r 1 '
I "I' ;: s\K.\H nEIRXP-Manutacturer! lo'nsli'uuus are now generally disap- I ; i: ( : "' f'\1\ tJ i 1. 1 '. i
and dealer In Knir uoodn, Hits, Tcllal CATARRH : lI\Qt; J i Yf. g $ q ih c; h. "f
>ii improved real ee- [a'uvt41. ('ts.F.G ,
1'\ trtiCI1ialrOIete.ICY W. Government i d O i
-ni.til amounts at low I /trrNl. .\\Jlll1lJ:NG A ; UJ! ;..J J '. '. ; :
ill ..u Leslie K. l.roo'.s. .1 I nabr's Finger >nll". '
' ,- I'alalox IM, Fisber I ill; i onill's fR !fS II t
nilm CUT J'J..o'V I.;U"tui I The c.i'eof a babes finger na.l-. c FAIT Bplt4 0:1PI: : !; ( !. \. Fe-A :. : t :

I ...... __ nn 1 1I houKl! Ly no means I IK (llnittl'll.l At egRR I. j j

,. 't -Itayau; nma money 7t / KLOAKK4 and Moral l-csUns-I I tl.e '.,:\Io.<,s' hospitals the nurses cut the I CHTHR R 11 t'RfStII DJ.nCTDItHI : IM I '!
I it'it: Aiiicunt you ....want \j "*p":IU aetljm orat<,i! lor cn.tcniio )I"h .
:. m- and I"Wl'tt ra''-. I s Vtolrtt Wf'1t Gregory. i nails once or twice u week as is necessary I I, .. t, i i -u". .. ,. { '.VL/'J. vv A, .;JJMPNT. F. I'. hieT.A.':<' .n.''' Jh fi! "i '

." i .inpiovrd city rt.a! I J'c... usmg small!, blender sharp! scissor I J'I ,1m D !4. .. :; pvil'l i ;
-'r. "t41'a btJULl I'aUIttt - -- --= I Cart is taken not to cut the I } Crm! DaiJ :
\\ '\'=' 1'.1U 1
I' nails UH short nor straight across, but I 01 fay nnil pi ':'i'i'it I It '" I
-- .
\\ 011('... in lue, liukilini! I slightly roiindwl. An ivory nail cleaner I iO use. Centime EvgAa'rxwnlurimldnz. r" d" s;< Ie et !
I I" ;KOKKOV btlrEYvourpropeltypro. Q
> > s.iie-it. U
coinplitf ( l i? IS
'.' .. wooden toothpick is the ; rl i tl tu t i: tl !
I ( bousclioltl -" I'utitivs; fl'! > tot > per ntfkCIIH.IJ I or a proper! (thqillckh' MIMII h.ej. ; .tsy3ssl : :
tui) or geil rttt1! i-s- I M.idp. Appij Anchor upply I-u.. | i.ivcIN i: h,, t fJ
I II cleaner! for the tender linger and COLD HEAD d
4 uidxscriptton. have '. I
ui\ No. .J-.t: iiiln.di uciii slreel. !.I1a | I at iiiici' f r 1 i iJ'.rWe
\ ai iaxt RtH'iiJt'd to, I evtry day after the bath the skin ..
I '... t'\lattond-Co. : ANTKl: ) All kttci i It jv-ns and ill-Hi-.w (u' N i-.1 I l'i--u" ;.: draw oar ovu liiiL of Exchange ot Great I ;
1'1 o empty te : should be gently pushed hark from Atl:,\. Intt:iiiini itiiMi. Hit'i:II 1't"I' : ; rltsln, Ir J".DII :
1"*.IU'N rate ag..nt5.To .versox.e- I1 tOtllrS. 8.: A. r"ttIEDVUOTVlf !II II I (he base and sides of the nail;) with a I I I Mi-in'iiitni; Citontin. -. i,, nf I 1.-1', Germany Kraaceoria. Italy, Holland, Bp-iii, Soljl3in; Ii1 !i II:.. ;ire i! i :
and "' 1\1t'1I. "ut l'IIl.i-l- UI I..
. ,. >i- 'if.111. lend inoueTInuie. bJ-t -; I II. soft towel. Care of this sort given: I' mall, 1 rial Lhrgr-zesec.MZM inc l>\' mist way Sweden! D3rtnark and other European cocctriea.Ulionre1 ; I
I Jnle lit'I l' \Vmte. rf'" 1ItrI30: during infancy will result in :i I' I I1 I.ISMlllV: -. 51 1. I

J-:\-nllr I will\ shaped fingers when the chill is I rit \\III"'I.I'\! : \nr ;iT'Vsase14 :! jon tho M.J-I Faroraolft Terms and 1.6\1 ?11 i .
I .. : -
iUiit. I.I.'I Tar.m !',. t.bls at ort of nfi'hrni"L :1 ; I
bun "e troth Imrber trml'' in short older. --- -- ------- Oligat1 :: : Ten or Flfiser[ Oa: I : .
I ..I"""-it -r;K.lil;,-either ': iiLiioM. tree M Liter I otle!:... New iir- I aft!:! Viral 1\rriTeF .."r- t !
'. ; 1..lnLa oluif ; ; I
i-litd ; u'enet:: .
UrtnLl HefiiKr to
n' other for lu too inftoHUt I V.'hcn< Depnrt.ivii t ,':! ct+"' oait EM1i1K for Rant in Connection r
1.'t'III.I' 11'il' '\llIho.l. \\ wrinkles are extremely: s-tub BADBREATH I
.. i i with ta i1't: trio "lt4.t"lJ.PrTft!! 08.rtmeutfo'tIf Un I i
-- -- --- .. ... blotted h
u -- - -'" -"'-' orn and refuse tom out }
I, I AMKIt Lmlirt to le-irn I of Renters. I )llr
I ; ""t.nt.h..I.. ,\1 niai.i:--urii.h' and Uoiall hurdlrarlag lIIa'-II!!' I !home treatment it is a good pla-i to ; i

I ur M.....kttolup'.1'-| (1'HtaluR mxlb.d.lMierlul'ekr.rp1Ul.anLx. "i>':Mi't! a reliable! speHalitvhft! A ill '1
h !-I IIIIH.1'1 hr el.1f I II' the skin and build it by up]
I >-! Wnylit strt-t-t, Oct.M "I have been CACRFTa nod
il'lBV :g,>. fi I' .. u\tullu" -illll'lltit.c1. I u,ill.; electricity; seientitlc masque A DILl! and (.!!<* live ;azaitve mgr are too'y won FOEE,1'
--- -- ......... -.........-..- -- ......... food, GerlaiIj Uiuhier and I *err buthered 'Hb I i
t I 'R i an'] a tissue building cuticle Irk, slmiiai't ii r i hreatb was: Ter; bare: After wet.M1 Ia7 far Mrd I
: onr
\\'T. MfAKllU'K'.o b.okt.p lakinz a :t''' l< ">f iaroli mv have 1011| roved F '
I ( > date, rontitinuii A code. of bipuaX! : Caiefiil hygiene too. Is absolutely rec' nocucrfui.r Tie) ire real ht'II'! in the fitui.T 'Ftt 4u. and M' Tae?r ul a ;dal Kf. \.!. 'i Il I.I.TTIRS 'I t 1 'tU
pr ,
1' 1 'i rent below I :cot: it fine and the wn.i.e examination: for IDa-tt>r.lAud ess.iry when one proclaims wtragii'.i-t: ;; vvunii ::111\: NAGE' (' <'. n, ". .e ad ] .. I
J II-I fri-ni tb.' (actoiv ; mate of .ea-gning \ .>.sDls worked oat andi 11IJ KiivtubouM Bt Ciuciuuat ..Ilt.lo r..,, ., f 1 'i ." '0 I I t i,
'I". n. organs, lU-'k-. andI'rlow i i exptaintil su but npplioitut for IIcene will any beauty ill particularly! an UI' t: pID wi Jth6 iif (
.. ,.,,-t..t Klabrr'k lid "r" to rx.a. W. A. ( Uabienbeok rote tdon plaited countenance. CANDY i N I riots ""I." ,
TarrBfuUI\ t. il I "I nt 'i-m* a ;
CATHARTIC : anr+ t hi se. I It tal e j I 1
- -
I. ,. I ( IrnninffVlnJn.... 71\ dear, i w -a, ,r 4
must fl\sirftbUlotn IiuI8rdIugr lltru.c. lJ
Inn lisair ut wl .ii i.n 1 of wiml.m t lcreatiy ,. }
s :rms, by th" Ktkbor The cleaning : wr :f a LU 1'kr. ItlnnrrHl t
:'H', Snath .'''::1\101 lio\Kil\u HOt- ; at Wbf-:lrr prings: facilitated by first dii-m-!', I. i teiljl I in. 4
OrtimWirk 1) :Mar i:-thrr. Ytn.. :Mr-. v (.nilon. pro- aRltTOr ( It'' 'r. i. i /t r,tai .\' i
Sew i"As1 l-d.-.K T | ir
tht.m'ih wliitnig.; up -Flu UAfl$ R1Ga'iM.pi ,1 ,
I I. I-i 1treca. All the comforts of home at T 1m ms Rte 'd'ii r : I *' n I I t ) .
..... '' t--I l II.:- -Old calf. \..Iv rra-.nnabt: rale Northern tourists whiting in n small In.en bag Hint r,1. ., ." 'j "' I . I. \ '. I i > i ,il ... ). ,
oltt .
will rind ib ideal 10 'aP !
an place a pur- and f'Jg' 1'
the wl1l11l''ilJllo'W ledgeK 1
tioi: of the soasoa. Yolm err
:" - this off with a rou. h cloth and !k-i:: ; .t.rN
.. RSam Pnatal! I-.tent. T I* i, run 15 I .
1 I'lot.err-. For I''nt'ral. I i I with chauioU. Another plan is to ru OOua. :V 'rii.en VV aket -liu& H I
I Ir tlNatrr" N hlh.m nr Or A txtottpn .. ,
.. .. .....,.. .. ...... Ina :rw Lt l -' \ ?l i iMrt r 1
tlclard err "n..oPd arnieneeprru the glass with a chamois, dami .ned '00 CURE CONSTIPATION maadwta .e ei..EUIlCiU.N<,- a m rfiti- a) IK ut. Dolt il U i :

'. Fan have Wright thtr frmml ttrrrtto !I ) In FOR bouqneta FUNERAL ortpeceldrrJgutNle T.-Ith whiting nnd i>oll b with soft Ati-iite a.w.e> --,. Ulrir- 1 lml \. l.'l, cli.PI SALVONA SOAP CO.. Ccr. 12th i Pins Sts.t ST. LOUIS, MO. FJ

".1 to wub prontptars>. : Yiolette )!oleno, 8J8:: Virnt irrgorj cloths. 110.TO... .f! 5. ld and eairanTeeii hTcists a' oru/C. : __ 1 L.
itolw ;;bonees. :Yam ( to ll'U E 'J''UIIC". Ilea I '1- =- /\ >-_ :... : :__ :._ _. (_L_ :. "" :=_ -

I .



1 F y-" f -, i. -r... ., -.. .
r r. .r






d It is not bar to ten rhy there Is such a I

1 <,-'., ..demandfor(.OGDLLCS"nakhla : -- Korecn-t-fralr toniaht and tat- t' .

urdu> ; light to fresh north east w.t.d- Dependable t .
1' wd.r- lteGrPatLrareningT'oreran4i4 irf eci TWO BROTHERS IN MILTON HELD
Complete Eater ai and Internal S Y
t' 'j'Y make It. Temperature in Last 21 Hours : f :
UNDER SERIOUS CHARGES. Treatment, One DoILu.CUTICURA. Maximum..degrees' k '

I Minimum................. ..................... dt"gret"1I< Are the kind of SHOES we -j j.. <.t. ;
Elsewhere : SHOES that! contain qualityyet
Bichmon.1 V* Temperature
Two white named Foster and H I pes----4
men i M u. fin =tylp. SHOES that will brin; H"ing ? .
week .Atlanta.? ...... ._...................71 ij' ;
brothers were indicted last in Bismarck ...... ......... ..... ..... .70 5*
Chicago ..... ...... ..?._...-.......-. 4H 4" fort and happiness to your feet. SHOK-- ; ,
the circuit court of Santa Rosa I The set consisting of Cuticura Cincinnati ..........._...___...H *.
rs ; Oalveston_._ .......... ........ 74 ,>. that will cost you less, consistent with tl.' a
ETYiKiliND Y S county for the cold-blooded murderof Soap, to cleanse the skin of crusts Huron ........ ... .. .........-.. M :tl O "
I I .... ..._ .._ -
Jacksonville 74 ; quality, than can buy eUewher ()
an old gentleman named Mercer. -x and scales, andi Kansas ity.._?...... ...............7J: Sai you t.
I i A soften the thick* i I Key West ... ..... ..... ............. *i 7-
The indictment was returned at '' I 1. Memphis .. .. .... ....... ;e 5iI SHOES that are durable. SHOES i:. .
(erred cuticle, I Mobile .. ..... .... ........ 71 4t
PEIISONALSJ Milton on the last day of the session I I Montgomery... ...... .. 7s |ii more styles and kind than you can ;z-i ,
Cuticura Oint-
trial and Reeves i i New Orleans ... ............... 71 >) E
late for t
too J -'ew York ,
'f- mentto instant- i 44 elsewhere. SHOES in all sizes and widt!:-. E
.!.525"'c5"'c ordered that it be continued until 4.. savannah .. 7. 4"
!1 i ly allay itching; St. Louis ." in fact SHOES FOR ALL.
Mrs. bheehan's dancing class will the next term of the circuit court. I 'i irritation, andinflammation

a thecr-rner of Chase and Ce- \\ r r.
m-j'-t at _
Revolting circumstances surrounded -
,I vailui streets at is o'clock tonight. and soothe and S "
and led to the murder J MARITIME.
r \!! heal, and Cuts.Resolvent. -
R'ed left this for )
: -fcph morning which occurred in the eastern part H P. S.Book Covers free with BetMEYER n. j :
i 11: inva-s -cations: along the P. & cura -- _. C ,
Iy of the county Pills,to cool and EXPORT \y'1'. ,::. "." ho-. ,.1 y.f
of the
A. division in the !interest '
cleanse the For October to date ........ ....... ... 5M ...:.
: :lr'Jlluct from the Had lni cigar fac- The Fosters are young white men, =

r b : ': '. but are known over their county and blood,and expel I I AKRIVED.i ; 1 '

humour germs.A i i Irs!Calliope,Nioi, Paice, Norfolk t'GuI .
also in .
I J. Kill, after a stay: of two Escambia. Several months Single Set, price $1, is often Transit Co: ,

l k w. rk; with Ills mother at Aiken, ao, it is alleged, they offered such sufficient to cure the most torturing i -,

i t A1! 1.. returned yesterday afters oo iIAi an open insult to Mercer's family disfiguring skin, scalp! and: Rrss Irisbrook.CLEAUED.177S, Kerr by PoLuoilttrt'ofor acola SHOE CO ,

ma this as-ua.ed hipisi- lJ Unl. with l. ,> ft
morning blood humours rashes itchings : .Jo> <> a
that the head of the household pro- lId n timber, ,"Blae f:!L:ZO;
-fir :1 i .it- clerk at the Merchanth.'tel: and irritations, with loss of hair, :J
cured a billet! of wood and thrashedthe I Feet FariiMirr for ta,h Oul .
kr. I, D-Funiak: I'.retzJim Kate: when all else fails.MILLIONS. &AILED.I
two. They acted in !somewhatof 1 ':Iriibrook, Kerr Uelfzyl
L i' 'trum of Pensaeolt; is here to atn -
a cowardly manner and showedno USE 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
o t: : .j fie Normal. Mi** Ltudrum is I AT QVKNTINE.Norbk ,I

** t inner student and has many great fight when the old; man (ITKIRA SIMP, a--l-teil i>y cmcm\ to orderNor TabtI1".IrI.1Jl1nlt'h.'Il.Cape Town -J IJ
s '' OINTMLST the great eln cure, for I'rer
triends here who glaJ have bk Saint Monon. ll.;>i. GudJer: m, "
are : to : punished them so severely. I inc.:: imrtfvln", and UautlfvlDtr the in, tor
Mr. W. i 1 I clcantiiv the ecjlp of cruUcale-,hut' ir with us again ea.oooeoeo.eeae0eoeales9 oeeo.oeEeo/aaez+lit t. :
smarting under their and the rirt uf falling hair fur Leo !
severe punishment i Fiu|>] |( I __ _. .
!. - -- -- -------- t
I C. Black returned from Pensacola I (oltenintr! whltcnint':: and-oothlnfrrC't.roiifrh I THE SHIPPING. S .'
they planned a revenge. ant Pore hauls, fur lain rashes, tt'hii.,(s, i .,
Sunday after a prolou.ed;; M=it with :, and hating-, and for all the purjHf< of the ; .e GRAND *
f' a his daughter, :\Irs. Herman Wolf. Old man Mercer and his little son toili t,bath,1111.1 uur-try Miuiuu*of Women VLSSELS: PORTsTEAxsHUs. e' je ti
form of baths for tt
ore Crriti'KA: Soap in the
t We are sorry to learn that Mr. Black were in the woods; the d.1yafter the annoying irritations iull'imniatione, and esronabona tI
tt t or too free or oflcn-ive pcrrplr| Aust ArUtea,:f*", COaUlich, to Gulf Transit 1 :
q +( .ia* entirely toot his eyesight. i! above tal occurred, cutting light- atton, In the form c( washes for ulcerative Lo FALL OPENING I:
uejknesM-,antI fur many"'sanative antiseptic Jr Ct'nto.1.11., Adams, to W 8 Key er.t Co
I" ;' wood, when the Fosters suddenly purpoped"hil'h rC31.111y'u gc.t then .elvee 1rCairnstrathlsuHuntertoorder
N- danger of consumption if you to women cepeclaily mothers. I Br Clinton, 'l..1, tales to Gulf Transit Co ;i. 1
u-rFolev's Honey and Tar to cure appeared, it is alleged, and shot the Kr Lnzano.Z"7u.: Knight. toHBaars OL toBr 0 A.T- 0f .
j CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS Palatine, I:!::!. Ko-s, to order .
( that =tubborn cough. W.A. D'l.Hbert".1 old man: to death in the presence of (ChocolateCoated/) newtasteless.odlur. lir miverdale, 1711 Balls, toW u Keyser I
lesseconomical511bstltllte celebrated
for the
} : -'1 :S. Palaf.jx. I Iga"e i i Coir THE BIG STORE
("rTtlTB.laL"E"r." .a.- well as fur all 1J4S,
liquid Halopia Burgess tooulf Traoiit
A' .S the little boy who ran away and II I other blood purifiers: and humour curea.: Put Co ... ..,

Ji' news of the ailair. i up m I jHKket vials,60 doe, price.Sc. Br Ka\'Bn. tats. Hunter to order ,j. i
; 8oId1hI'OUjrhoa11h..otde...O''T.'J1e. Br Wildcrofi, IVl'i, Mtcklnzie, to W e I I *
TOO FREE WITH The '. PILue. Bnuih Depot.:.&,rhrterhoutag.Lon. Keyser & Co:
l alleged murderers were cap don. trash IJepolI i Ku ile U P.... Part P TTiBt'ilvi SHIPS.
AJB Cuin. Cvw., v.el''I'.Buolvlll..b.A. i COLORED ii ii i
tured without much trouble. Nor America. l?,Gjirtsen, to Pensacola
b { Lumber Co .
p i1L; HIS REVOLVER Recently several attempts have I i for tftamboui, 1l4", Kertbcumisrn to order O.: *

---- been made to kidnap this boy, who BOUGHT LARGE I BARES .t PETTICOfiTS
n i ii i
I It !Marl to ord-r
[Iky Parker, a liukv railroad: ue- will be the main state witness. It I Hus C>arli, tfevalinutrom.. to haM

,f .Twas adjudged, guilty of fi-itig otf was learned last night that at least TIMBER TRACTS Robinson It IrH.rjii.Conslelii-re. to order :. T PECO .

i Am Little Moore Ttt: Hheppard Jno
one attempt was made to get the !boy A MernttACo U 1a .
; (i a. a pi-tol in the city limit-i auf then
--- | Nor hgurd.14Cttxnernd.toH H Boyer : i i
L Jt3iPM ; .tyor said this; morning he would away !by friends of the men now in i, Fo-t l'nano.1!, Cacheur, to order :. a", lit* BRANT.- i

jail. When this became known, J. H. Stearns' and Wm. T. Culver t ECa00SERS. .
'S P sentence on him tomorrow. In : Am Donna Christina, lea, Aielsen. to''' r t
there was extra protection afforded of Ludinarton, Mich., were among 'I master $1.00.
t: e meantime au invBitigntioa will ; ii i
; i Am Mary Qumby, 1 M7, -, to order
-I f be made as to the cumber of times the witness, but since the case has list night's arrivals at Hotel Escam- I I.

has been continued there is no farther bia. They are wealthy timber manufacturers I I NEITHER the captain, own- i i $1.50 & $2 00. :
4 : i the defendant: : been before the .. ens nor consignees of the i
trouble expected. of that state and have / British F* ('ahopl11I be .
c-'urLTIi :, responsible for debts contracted i

; negro" several nights; .since it This wa the only capital case ;i lately acquired immense tracts of I by the crew of laid vessel. I1 A ICE, : Dress Goods Shirt Waists.

docketed in that this virgin pine forest land in Florida i, UuirTrsn'lt.. Csntam.Consignee. .
county at term.
i wa- proven, came up on a party onEiit $ Colt : and Trimmings. The OPERA.\l) :

+ cr Pomona street and without and South Georgia. They came to style and fini-ti i- -ur;, i-- .
Wanted.rAVTEnLRdlos Comes in ail :
I. : Thp most complete asortnipnt none. :
this place to arrange for the __ _
t. :i'iy justification whatever jerked proper i-f Fine Goodever" hown I
BUYING NEW \\ to canvas fir Ohe- I'roni >2M;; to.I.. '
transfer of the Iud with the agents, j! ID this! city at New York prices.
.' oil': a pistol and maJA the night; 1 Ii-k Flour: salirv pall; no commisApplj : : :
i' 51001. to r. L. Moses L. Bear .
It t !11-I l?ou*. It i intitnatfj: he has who are in Pensacola. Several local I i. Underwear. I. Corsets. i
It timber men met the visitors today. I I I
tl"lie this (,n prt-viou-IIcCJ-i'JlI-: i' APPARATUS
I f # I'ut'nlshCd ItnnmIvIl'FLv -. : K nit.i Flannelette and ID.Xpwt'"t! Mud-!-- t..,i -': :

( lin l'ltl*-rwear for grown and Try The Hahn H irk f. : I
-- Other important mill men who are H'RM.HED; front room for little f.-lk-. new stvlfuit- :tied -kl t t-
ij ; 'ILL! ADDRESS I I..> rent southern exposurecentrall; lo
.f at Hotel E,cambia today are H. cated. Apply at li$ East: Intende'ncia .
I ',I h THIS SAID TO BE THE PUR i street. 17oelm

L'': CARPENTERS JernijTan: of Portland, and A. Jerni- i \\ aid SKirts.I I t
s POSE OF PRESIDENT W. H.NORTHUP'S 2an of Whitfield, Fli. These gentlemen ;i OPERA HOUSE d t *t

are at present erecting an
TRIP. (I I I _____ o Silk 'kirts; $7 JO, $ .33,112.00 tt
< l Au open uieotiug of Ctrpeutera, : immense saw mill Whitfleld, and S and *lid).
1 ..1 --- o .10) \\'alkinSkirt;; at U.S!
.inl Joiner-s I'oim, No. lug, will!! \be ,i have other milli iu portions cf West ONE NIGHT ONLY : ;
I lii: Sample Skirt, black andMli.r ,

r t.-U! Monday night, at 8 o'clock, at :, A report from Baltimore yesterday ,, Florida. I e ( ", i-o two alike, value J9lo o j :tt

had it that President. H.Nort'hupof Saturday, October 18. : *: Oil.) speciil $7 oO.MontP a i .
;',1 I : their hall, corner Gregory and Tairagotu I t i
,. I tO<)k Out for l'cu'r. I __ ; Carlo CoatsLadies'd I
.I : trf.s. All member! *, and the Pensacola Terminal and Elec- I S.:9ii* ; :MisoV; H o t
Biliousness! ; and liver disorders at : ;!:)- nch Jacketoar leader' .
all carpenter:* not members, are re- tric Railway: was in that city, and this season ra Ir be prevented by pss Percy >aswell> H\J..>.. a / t

tin 1 "' .i -liectfully invited tn attpn-1. The that before his return he would cleansing the .y*te1U with DeWitt'sLittle .S 11..e.: *' Lon Coat *2 jll* to c'fI p I.
j Early Hi-ers. The=; e famous u''
.f 75". I
JI : if i meeting will be addressed" by General place a large order for new and much little pilh do not gripe. They move AS PRINCESS ANGELA .. I !.>tdie,' R-iglauds: \\ :Ii tit t

i Organizer Tye of the A. F. i/f L..Jl"i needed equipment. the bowels ;gently but copiously, and $& oJ. iI ..
of In a production of of Mar
by reason the tonic properties, Splendor
x This is said to include electrical .rive tnLP and strength to the glands. shall's Regal Romantic Comedy .. I .
Cfylti4FN: : St'. ,
I :>T apparatus; for tie B:irrancas line and Hargis'i, Pharmacy, John'hepp.rd: S ; LlnenS.I I :

r+ i 1 CI.lo&I"the:; U"hole Thins : possibly a Lew engine fur that line. I idney Kahn.Genuine. A ROYAL FAMILY. : ; Towel, 4. ft. 1_, U and 24c each: t/

ti 'I used calf.-e dill ir.y life until two An inquiry at the company's office Schlitz beer has ; TaMe Linens.2i *

& J; ;JIB y?trag->, when I wa< forced to duC'lutiuuw The Two Year Success of the I 35, 4'' and C'Jc yardNapkin .
r : troiii here failed to bring any direct information the
e { it. write u lady name branded on the; Lyceum Theatre, N. Y. j) ?, 2j, 45, 65 and 5c dot ,
T/>III1. "},1)' I letlth be- .
1 Memphis the officials there claiming cork. Don't accept substi'tutes. .
' wretched that life wasal-
carne ?o Mina Haswell is Supported the
f most a rrjrat u. they knew nothing of what the following Remarkable : ) CAKlMIT.s AM* )1.\TTI \(jS-InralD; Car. i

I sullereil! alain continuou-ly -- -- ---- -- :1) fiOcyard ;'tfa Jto bi) yard ; V"lvi-t ( n .
; i president was doing or what the .
'' with tit-rvou head trhe. dypepia j Bayd Putnam Maud Granzer.i : SUM.) Mattings to 35s. Hags: $1.25 tn $4 .',11.i r f,. .' .

Ii and Pxcruci.itiiig{ pains in my back. purpo-e of the trip was. He Lad EARLY CLOSING i Harry Kurkhardt, Nancy 1'.dt:1; ? 'j toJ2iii( .
Frank Roberts, Ii' ht. C. Tu'n(-r. '
he trt action was feeble, aud' 0 ) 1:3111ltJiIJECII: 5and; lue .
I My very been expected; home last Saturday, Charley D. Pitt WtiltT Cn.-by, yard.JUilliaiii .
} 1 -utI rpd iutt>nply; from a feelin sullocation or oppression1'as extremely but instead of him coming;: he sent BEGINS MONDAY Pcanfctte Northern. Walter R b- /

i ''II f l and <0 or'l1orvuuthut t-mlci.tlhi excitement: and the would slightest debilitated producevery exertion -, i;I word Washington.Le; would go a little above I;Management i insou and Henry other-B.. Harris. i :1 !_ ( (( I0lit0oit! )(( (! ti\ Bolt.( */

distressing -ymj.toms.( ; Mypnyician has had The early closing movement in 1 -
Presidentorthup con- -- --- ----- --- ----- --- -- -

- iii; f nervous: prostration pronounced and my could trouble give f i i ii erred on him the right to exercise Pensacola begins next Monday at 6; I, Beats on ale at Coe's Thursday. .... .........................................-...-.ef//

very slight relief. p. m., and all merchants who have -
his own discretion in the matter of I

i i I E collee friend and urredmetost.'pdriiikin try PostuiE Food Colfee? purchasing any material, and should attached signatures will lock their j:i Monday, Oct, 20. THOS. C. WATSON & CO. ,

and, uote tho result. My first trial stores at that hour. iI i _
desire could
; he so place orders for
' was not satisfactory, owing to the ------ 1 WALLACKMUAKOK I'll ESENT9 AGENTSPEN9ACOLI
iudiiTernc6 of the cook, but the entire new equipment without con ,
followed directions F. A A. M.
next time
sultation from other stockholders. FIXHIUA.
Mrs. Brune
n euffuIland I found it decidedly R communication I
: good. After using it about two' IOn this account, a great deal of of Escambia! Lode No. 15!, Southwest Cor.ier Palafox and Gi'din Streets.

1 Glh, f : .I' month 1 awoke to the fact that my i credence is given the report from I G F. & A. M., at 7:30; p. m., : In the Dramatic Sensation of the year.IUNORNA, A FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGj* . 4 i bad symptoms had almost totallydisappeared i I [ondIiY. October 20. .
; and tint my health i! Baltimore: where he was last heard I S HARRY W. GIBBS, jt j* .* .* v* o c STORES AND OFFICES t"-' ; '

t I was better th lU it had been for !six | !
from. I Secretary.
s years. I had no headache ; my heart W. D'C. I.ESoLER1.. Two large dwelltngl.tory. on North Two stores connected by 1 h'
troubled me only at rare intervals ; A member of the recently formed Bavlen Itr *t. with all modern con"t'nlen.itb' 4 rooms and kitchen A-
i I could eat with perfect impunity ; I A creation by F. Marion Crawford ce*. gas. water and la residence portion of Government arrest, TlraLarge .

t; gained flash, and was generally : Country Clubstated yesterday, when j When you wake up with a bad and prepared for the stage 1, city Hw per annum. rent as whole, or separately near a: .

11 i much stronger than formerly.I i; informed of the Baltimore report, : taste in your month, go at once to a I, by Espy Williams. and comfortable dwelllnstory, rental.
I had discontinued" medical treatment ; drug store and get a free sample of with gas and water throughout, large lot.
; that he was quite sure there was! a with outhouses located on the corner of I .. .
when I began to Postum The Greatest Love Romance .
t ue ,j i Chamberlain's !Stomach and Liver j La Kua street end: !Sth Ave., US per month. i I The MGlnn Bnlldin.. ctnent
f and common sense me in in the Tablets. One and Tarragona str- -t- '
,1ff supports : great deal of truth matter, or two doses will contain ; .
the conviction that Postum alone' ; 1 make you well. They also care biliousness .* Since Romeo and Juliet. *"* ing A desirable 7 rooms one-story and bath dwelling gas und water for boarding bouse. App.> 1.' ,

1 was the curative agent in my case.Mv for he had several important conversations I I sick headache and consti throughout sooth Ironta;**. within easy I I store-room corneBI .
i i children are quite fond of it. and regarding ihe matter with pation. All druggists and medicine I reach of Belt and aDoom.North Hill car IID<05. I tendencia Large kireeu ,0:;per mOlt
Notable cast includes Erroll lease for JiM! per I
t I take comfort in the thought that: in dealers. ,
s1 f Postum they obtain both food and| : President :Northup since the formation bar, E. R. Spencer, Frank Hennig, Two-story dwelling, containing <* rooms, ,, A few omes on Pa'afjr! if -'
Claus Belt Line, No 210 N. Barcelona itreet. "Thle.en tlulldllllt" and a Jsrl!-
w ; Bogel, Percy Wade Leon near
it of
risk .
and injury to
drink run no 1 of the club. You can get house 117llleasetortZlperannum.: ante-roomsuitabietor meet og ; -
: your
their digestive organs. No one has Henry, J. W. Rodgers, Isabel Pen- -
It also learned that applications at .Mar- : Hilda Vernon, Ida --
ht healthier children than I, and that; was ;furnished complete Werner -- ------- -- -- --- --

alone is sufficient to prove its value." had been considered for positions -I ston $ Quina'soneas Alice Forbes and others.I I I will repair your watches and The finest line ol nmoreiia-' J
BWW I Name given by Postum Co Battle: I payments -- I jewelry in first-class style. J. 1Stephens. I city I is at J. I. 6tepaen= t'

J iI i Creek, lich on the Barrancas line. I I weekly or monthly \I Seats on sale Friday at Coe' i at them.


Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-30setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The daily news.Pensacola daily newsdc:subject Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher News Pub. Co.dc:date October 17, 1902dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2076174 (ALEPH)sn 96027213 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Escambia -- PensacolaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida