The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 3, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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jd by a Rumor of I CARNIVAL COMPANYWILL Crew Had Fought Flames Until Hopeless I ,

Part of One of LAST and Many Were Found Hanging: I
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I FURNISH THE AMUSEMENTS. Over Heat Vessel's Side to Escape Intense I.

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Special to The Daily News. ;
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President I ,
\ F. J. OdendaUl $+;uonu. 1.union-Atlanta pa&tn-scr: is to havea station : 10--BIG FREE ACTS !I--JO San }Francisco Nov Forty-five Wilkesba'rre, Pa., Nov. 1.-The members I IK i c !!

of the largest I and preliminary work looking 10 Japanese, powerless: to escape from of the strike arbitration commission ". : n
,- in the Unite a burning I from Scranton at .;. I : t
the constructicn of the new station steamer, were rescued by arrived here
the! following cir- will begin Monday: by direction ot 18-BIG SHOWS/ UNDER SEPARATE TENTS !- 18 the transport Crook on her outward 9:30 o'clock this morning on the Delaware I I :! I ?

.1 pedal l': sldt>r.t Spencer, of the Southern voyage from this port. News of the and Hudson railroad, the run j 'I, I
> much! to have to End the building will be pushed to coupletion EVERYTHING FIRST=CLASS AND UP TO DATE. rescue reached here on the transport being made along the east banks cf j .' I i

.1'! firm is forced into as rapidly as possible. Sheridan. the Lackawanna and Susquehanna

? .'! not be able l') This new depot is to be built by the ..'tC.'tC..oC, XO 13I3IOHAL rilATUKIIS. ..oC..c..oC, The Crook left here on Sept. 15, rivers. _
Y"u'Il! spare us Southern Railway company, and all bound for Manila. On Oct. 10, when The morning was very foggy, which I f I

'!..Tuns; further e\- ether railroads entering the city are off Van Dyman straits, a steamer flying shut out from view the mining town j f I'
painful. < distress The in Lackawanna i
ere to be invited to come in as stockholders signals was sighted. the and Wyoming val I
tre very profit and joint owners in the property. vessel: proved to be the Japanese ..coilier legs When the special train arrive; :
i in,, profit has been This decision has been definitely CHAS. G. KILPATPJCK AND THREE OTHERS IN THEIR } Yoshimi Maru, and was on fire here it was switched to the tracks of j I ; t 1 I ,

"n channels not reached by President Samuel Spencer, CYCLE DAZZLE ACT. The Crook altered her course ani the Lehigh Valley railroad and taken t s ;

I t the ..nter." of the Southern after a conferencewith headed for the burning Vt'5Sl1"n! to North Wilkesbarre. There the commissioners t '
<::1' n widely the officers of the Central of The Daring Ride Down a Flight of One Hundred Steps on a Bicycle by she arrived in hailing distance the were escorted into the Prospect 1 l. i
i"i -spri' s Georgia Railway: company, and he has KILPATRICK flames were beyond control of the mine of the LehiRh Valley com t '

-, .I. .' r of ordered the work to proceed at once. crew and were coming from the hatch pany, where the morning was spent I' I ';

i '. 1:," .' The new union station will!! be located SLiDE FOR LIFe, ways. going through the workings. This afternoon j I : i '

d ', I't'' the of the Southern Tae Japanese were hanging! over the party will be taken on aspecial 1 .:
on property MRS. SPRAY'S Dive from Top of a M-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water.
\ "' Railway! between Mitchell iiie sides: of the vessel being unable to trolley car to the mining towns i J' "
Fall the Tab 101 Feet above the Grouud. '
:. I Bplash 15 ickward -u stand the heat deck. of I
: src-tt and Madison avenue the sib; on All were Ashley and Summit Notch for a I t i
I II >f which the southern! secured with rescued by the crew of the Crook an.l view of the mine workers' houses. On j ;, t. !
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of the Different Shows Under
'! this particular o'ject in view.Vhat : The Following arc the Names wore taken to Nagasaki. The Japanese their return to Wilkesbarre the coui- : ) ;

."r1C ; stated that at the first sign of fire missioners will! again hoard their train
the oilier: roads will do canno j
i < Separate.: : .:10..
; I '\ i : he stated po.itively, but it is b<>- the Chinese members of the crow and go to Plymouth on the west bank I I

..J \a. I !It.eVl."n! the Western and Atlantic launched the boats and left the Jan- of the Susquehanna river one of the t! i :

I vi.. i.nd it pIf' '. 'ally necessary to Under The Red Dome. Hagsnbeck's Trained Wild anpee to fight! the: fire unassisted. The largest mining towns in Luzerne coui. i I ? I
Sam! burned to the water's After tour of that the
'; ." life the new station on ac"unt o! edge anJ ty. a place I I !
\ t '. < )irneotioos. In saute of 'the fact that Statue Turning to Life. Animal Show. then ,lisa-lIIl'are(1 from sight. commissioners will return to Scranton i '; j

:, :: using the tracks of the Delaware. I t i I
the depot
.. .u> a lease on present Backman Glass Blowers. KouscUpSidcDcwn.Wild .
,;\' : )'11 17 Lackawanna and Western' railroa-1 I i!
: \' h ioes! ?t t spirtfor jears.Tuc I I
.- .t.- 1 Loni vanti!;: Nashvilleul Flood. Wild Rose. SOLDIER COMMITS along the west banks of the two riv /. t ( i -
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:: : \ r" Atlanta.: Knoxville and ers. ,
>r !ktth. German Village. Streets of India. t I
t 11:1;: 1. ..J:' Nrhi-i! irio the: city and this will:; SUICIDE Chairman Cray of the commission I' ; )
Electric Theatre. Stadium. tart today that no time had boon: flied : I f
;iobuly! alto! it u.'('( F-ary to get J i I
.' ..' .. for the of the .
: : .1': has tu'tt.ri'ri.!' starting hearings nor 1
iuo the: and Pony Show. The Maze.
1:. !i:.-l! of thl'1 Dog has any place been definitely selected i ; {
Special to Tho Daily News:
:: :::i n: ms Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. for holding them. Hearings probably! I I '
-.Is: adiim' an.! I HOPE LIES liKAISER'S! I Ch t'iv' o a. I 'i,:. .-..'... 1-On will be held in New York and PhiladI *i.! i

'. :+:.d it this has I Dancing Girls. Venetian Gondola. :::y i.-Jlit i\Jtt U' +re S. >hia, but the published report that: I

!I.i .r<\ liurti. of troop I. :Seventh: lavalry: Chairman Gray has arranged places I'i I

',' .. .I'm of the VISITSpecial .'.ini'tted: :! salcide at Camp Thonjaa of meeting is incorrect. j 4 .
,. .y 'bid'nt; + Jf Dne Ha1f Fare nn All Railroads by 'l:',otin; hciio: ;' with a 45-calib--r; It is not known to the commission, ,I. ;

on aIry! pistol when the of the United MineWorkers '
i : trade, ant president! i
The hcy'a5: ft..lnd In the woods I i
-> n :.siness; men to The Dally S.\"S: will make a statement The i" I I ,
"' n-a" the cam! e.Hllt was evident: that commission will hand I I t. '
<.n fly bought New Y rk. XOf.:-fit ,rnan o.Ti- 'll'ESIU.Y ,AKTKUXOOX: XOV.. IS the statement to 1, !i i i
"i! \ St Louts, cial circles are anti<'ipatini:; with ki'!n DAY All Children will be Admitted Free. Hunter had been chad for some time.Hunter and. the recoider of the commission when i *1. .
was enlisted at Pittslmrg '
filed. j
interest the visit of Hmpt-ror William I
had si-rvt.l with the armv in C'iba :"..1 i >
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issued: for the ,
:n ; to England according to the London I !
il't-goil! to bo r"- I \ of The Tiilume. Although : had, ma.iLa: have soldirr. Some time I ; 1 k(
corrwpomlent ; I
i irc of the fin1.1 the visit is to be private 1:1 CUBAN EMIGRANTS FATAL DUEL nci he bccar:<- afflicted with a serious SOLD THE. } .[, l

1 i have left (character it i is said to he earnestly I di--a.e. and heat the many remarks f\\ I
I thai lad: l boi ma i it- by hn it }is thought: I '; '
hoped in Berlin that it will contribute DETAINEDSpecial \WITH KNIVES TIMES-ENTERPRISE J JI
,' b"rau. hiwa.-- i'ii\ "r. to d> sptration -
toward !sofetenin; the ascerbity, as it
I .="' ho could not cure it. lIe left ;
i4"EElw1Y l BANKSTATEMENT I is described!, of popular British sentiment I -- no nits.-ah(". I! I I i i1 ji 1 II

iu r"ard to Germany and the to The Dally News. I Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News.Thonia t Ir I I
:: German pokey !I''J
I Gteenvilie, S. C.. Nov. L-\\1iile attending 1' v'jllf! Ga..* Nov. 't j "'
The ('mlll'ror'sowcrs of personal New yO! k.dt'. 1.-I'\'n! chih'.n! n.whose '! TO ;
a corn shUt king about %:!IJ miles John Tnplett! for over 'M years eai- ;
declared\ tie prm.l."rhial.and
harm are to is 111 years, arrived :
age I
: average north of Greenville lien Ross and tor of The Tiim-h-Enterprise\ has sot! .
it is a source of no little satisfaction Santiago Cuba on the
in official circles that he will: today from Orlzaban.: route to Point I Painsette Trammel], two young farmers PACIFIC COASTSpecial out to Icssr!!. Wilson Hardy, of Rome. I. P j
I Daily News. steamer became invol\t in a quarrel.Each and John MtCartncy, of Thomasvilte. : iCaptain
have the opportunity of exercising Loma. Cal. to join the Universal t
one drew his knife and both Triplett will remain: with the fp3p.r
1 i Instaffmeat them urine his'i il to Sandinghaii! : Protherhood. The immigration officials I i j
cut several times. Ross diet ? !j
and decided
editor change
\'. > to.a! Miens; : In COll'ersato1ilb! many of the most of this have been asked to were to The Daily News: .. as no I
....;,.:1::... |'j.:,.".:',l14); : influential ml'm",'Is: of the British gov hold], these children port as possible obj I as a result of his wounds, and Trammel Los .(ngplr's, Cal ." No1.! .-Thirtv will occur in its policy. Messrs. liar'i ; I I .
is reported to be in a very critical dy and MtCaitney graduated at the i t ,
i11 rt-a.-'e $11.10.1.> era meat. ,'<'tionabl<> aliens! for special inquiry. I thousand colonists to California in two
I::,1I:1 .!lIJ.I., The fhilur are In charge of Dr. Ger- condition. months is the record of the Souther university last June, won the ,'
'adtrs! $;n.G:,:+np" I intended Santa Fe railroads the Carolina debate and have both hat II
FALCONIO SUCCEEDS trade! Van Pelt who to a Asleep Amid Flames Pacific and i
I editorial experience on The Red and ,
-;" "It $1SI.2i,01U1: t
A low
I company them to Point Loma. results of the colonist rate excursions : ,
Breaking into a blazing home, Black and Georgian.
J't'I'f\'t' $::!t Iiji.1 : ,- temple for teaching children the Buddhist j j some firemen lately dragged the from the east that were i b- { i ,
." ;.1.1'H)); reserve re- MARTINELLI religion !is said to have been established I sleeping imna, from death. Fancied transit during September and October.

increase $ ,ii',- there. The children were security, and death near. It's COTTON MILL -it
(_1. .' .j,10i\ increase I all thinly clad and felt the cold north I that way when you neglect cough Of tho number fully 5.000. it I is I

.:-: deposits $31-1 D7 ,- Special to The Daily News. ern air keenly when they arrived. I and cold*. Don't do it. Dr. King's claimed by passenger and colonist ii I t

; :::;. Their case has come under the special : I New Discovery for Consumption agents of the railroads, have already INSPECTED
Washington. Nov l.-Official information
rives perfect protection against all .
attention of the Society for the become permanently located in th" i
: .. f-,1r extracts is im has been received here that j Throat, Chest and Luna: Troubles !
wt: Mgr. Falconio. apostolic delegate tt Prevention of Cruelty to Children, I I Keep it near, and avoid suffering.I state, and many more are \viewing<- I
.It, ,you get for your Austria has received the arpointrnentas which will ,;certain! for what purposethe I death, and doctor's bills. A teaspoonful differ! nt sections, north, and south. I Special to The Daily News: : '1 I iAugusta
:!i' more! important. chili1rpnHrt' brought; to the L'nt- stop a late cou;!h, r-ersist- with the object of B<'i!' (tr.g: homesFLOCKING '
apoutoilr delegate to the United I +
Ga., Nov. !arty cf
< I'-N more because ent use the most stubborn. Harm- I
States to Ruccffd Cardinel Martinet!!, ed I I
less and nice tastingit'* guaranteedto Kansas City capitalists! interested la II .r
who loft this post to return to Rome OverTtitx Year satisfy by W. A. D'Alemberte: AWARDED a ten-million-dollar cotton mill pro- i E

PRICES about N!'r. 29.JUIJIlt'll Trial bottles free. Augusta Inspecting! cotton mills ani
been used for over sixty years by millions DAMAGES
mothers tor their children while teething! $10,000 the bleachery. They were in charts ,' i
on a Ten Penny Nail
with perfect success. It soothes the child, of Colonel 1 D. B. Dyer president of the ,r 1
NOVEMBER The little daughter of Mr. J. N. softens the gums,allays all paincures wind i MANAGERDENIES -- electric railway! company, and E. rj. I
Powell jumped on an inverted rake colic, and U the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt of the
Special to The Daily News: Hook, president chamber 'of i I + ,
made of ten penny nail, and thrust will relieve the poor little sufferer Im STORYSpecial J j
i Grenvil'Ie, S: C., Nov. 1.-After remaining commerce. .
Ural: ,. and one nail entirely through her foot mediately.\ Hold by Druggists in every part
" .'? : t'uruutious Chamberlain's Pain Balm was Be sure you ask for M rl,WInslow's Booth the case of Ethridge. Grant company I '
: 70 cents promptly applied and five minute* 'I Ing Syrup and take no other kind. to The Dally News: versus Norris Cotton mill! suit fir Allow me to say a few word In p '
later the had disappeared and --- I praise of Chamberlain's Cough Item i L I .
w 'r- IU proportion. pain Los Aneles Cal.. Nov 1.-General J17.000} damages the Jury in the United :
no more guttering was experienced.In MEAT & MALT has a marvelous edy. I had a very severe cough and j f. ,
w.rare the fre-he-t on I Wells, of the Santa States circuit court has announced !
Manager Fe railway
cold and feared I would
three days the child was wearingher dietetic value. While refreshing and get pneumonia I ; 1
,.* from bung:Montgomery but eight hours, shoe as usual and with absolutely -1 pleasant to take, it helps assimilation has denied the story that the verdict of $10/i jO for the plaintiff.! but after taking the second : L ; S
thew no discomfort. Mr. Powell is Santa Fe is about to acquire the properties dose of this medicine I felt better j ; r t
ic ae point to Pensa- well of of food. Sold byDANSHEISSER Luck In Thirteen. three bottles of it cured cold and :
a known merchant of the Los Angeles traction company my I ;, t tlr
-- u 'ar to the Pensacola Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and BROS. which would give It an entranceto BT sending 13 miles Wm. Ppirey, the pains in my chest disappeared i t f
,. a. the nearest telephone. heals such injuries without matura- San Pedro. of Walton Furnace Vt., pot a box ofBucklen's entirely. I am most respectfully j, I t. : : ..1
' ':'is+: delivered at once. tion and in one-third the time required OYSTERS AT SIC APOSTLE'SFine Arnica Halve, that wholly yours for health. RALPH 8. MEYERS, t. I
usual For 61 Thirty-seventh Ht., Wheeling, W. '
s-jy. by the treatment. cured a horrible Fever Bore on his ;
I We will launder your spreads for Va. For sale by all =
.> Greenhouse, 323 West sale by all druggists and medicine leg. Nothingelseconld. Positively druggists and I
each and make them look
15 cants
,. dealers. medicine dealers. f
, t oysters; today. Try them. cures Bruises, Felons; Ulcers, Erup- t
like Star d.
-G M) -v VIOLETTE MORENO.Buttermilk -- ------ NIC APOSTLE. uw. Laundry.Foley's tions, Boils, Barns, Corns and Pile i
Hot Chocolate with -- ---- Only 25e. Guaranteed by W. A. ASK HIM FOR A IICDGI S' Be. i .
Fresh 5c. a Whipped Cream, at Solo- Fresh Buttermilk 5c. a Honey and Tar D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 S. Pala- '

lass, at Solomon's. mon's. glass, at Solomon's. cures colds, prevents pneumonia fox street. Try Force at Solomon'
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Electric Car and Swlth CATARRH Representive Hall of Bibb Strikes Bt1 Q. V
1 Engine Frehldent of the Moat Novel Women'! 1/ '.
Collide. Organisation In ExUlrnce. Free Passes. TilE WELL-KNOWN
Ia all Its there rOrOb. NEk1 1
Chicago Nov. 1.-As a result of a The Sixty club of Laramie ,,"yo., Is thould be clellIilln :it '

collision between a Claybourne avenue the most curious social organization in Ely's Cream Bannrleonsnsootieaandhrals session! lasting two hours yesterdaymorning .... -.'. '.. j):

electric car and a switch engine on existence. during which time 22 bills .! .. J

tie Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul, It Is a woman's club, and to be eligith e Lacked membrane.. { S I introduced. Several discussions SPECIALIST .jt.. .... -
were .
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early today one person was killed, ble for membership in this queer association It curcetasrrhand dr.i; LXn4rr \&, : I;
had pending matters, but
were over
three seriously Injured and a number the woman seeking admission sway a cold iaCream the hca.lluick .I

,I cf others badly shaken up. must bear the distinction of having :1' o thervMse the session was a quiet one. OF LOUISVILLE, KY.. .,. "'; : ....

Balm Ii placed Into tie nostrils, spreads }Ir. Hall of Bill, introduced a bill 10."'."...."".. ff ,
The threescore
accident occurred at the corner t.cen birthdaj C. "
over the membrane and is aleorbed. Relief; u immediate IS NOW AT HOTEL ESCAMBIA.AND I < ';.r', ,
e t Claybourne avenue and Wright- No woman under sixty will be considered and a cure followa.:: It U not drying: -does to: prevent railroads, express, 'i.q. .to

"wood street, at the intersection with no matter by whom her name not produce sneezing.. Large Size, 50 cents at Drug-: phone and telegraph companies doing! WILL ItEMAl.V ONLY A FEW II 1 .....-_.,.,1 .!............

the railroad tracks. The electric car may be puts or by mail; Trial Size,10 cents by mail business in the state from granting DAYS.Spectacles, I

was bound down town and the fact this day of woman's clubs the Sixty ELY: BROTHERS.M Warren Street.New Tort special privileges to officers! of lh-3 COPYRIGHT?

V that there were only about a dozen club, which is the newest in pur- state, and prescribing that corpora-

occupants accounts for the list of injured p ose. Is deserving of marked :ltt ntion. the skin of face, neck and arms Is

being no greater. The club consists of twelve women, treated to the best of toilet cream, tions'iolating the provisions of the
1 act I be subject to fine of $1 in each Just
Just as the car was crossing the all of whom are OUT sixty years of which is rubbed in until the pores are -' as Easy

I I tracks: a switch engine came along an! a ge. They hate been learning that protected from the substances which case. The measure is designed (o j. *
cut off free and
before anything could be done the engine years count for nothing In this the wo come after it-powder and rouge and passes S -
colored cosmetic Another interesting bill was that introduced -
crashed into the side of the car, man's century.
throwing the people in all directions One fact about this newest body of That lasts to the close of the show, by Mr. Blackburn of Fulton TO COOK OVER CAS AS O

and demolishing the car. The police! clubwomen is that their circle has never when the skin is thoroughly cleaned which provides that electric street railway QQ

6 were notified, and the injured were been broken Into. Withdrawal and with toilet creams. Water would have i companies may be authorized to COAL OR KEROSENE'
no good effect it engage in the business of lunrishlns!
I 't, taken to the hospital. decease do not deface their records. upon Dirt cannot
t V The dead: Two years ago Mrs. Catharine Horine touch a skin cared for In that fashion, steam heat and power to consumers. -

Richard Wilson Godat, who has the distinction of being and in addition to cleanliness there are This measure, if passed, would enable
motorman of the t.ts nH: |\ I- \1
1 electric l the oldest member of the club, andy the feeding of the tissues by the cream the Georgia Railway and Electric company 1I I
car; died on tHe to hose .
V 1 pltal. and the stimulation from rubbing l Vacation to conduct its steam heating bun- -

( time finds these habits so well .1 m ness under its present charter.If .

The injured are: fixed that they are not dropped, and the measure introduced I by Mr. I But you ought to ; ;: v

I k1 Trill Henry die.Andrew. Yaeger, injured internally' ; then the world of careless women won- Wellborn, of Union, becomes a law, vs. 1 I freedom from du-: :

i t' firant injured d ers why the women who work hard cterans owning $1,000 worth of property I immediate: product: :
and keep late and irregular hours keep or who are in receipt of yearly salaries
far ; John Patcek, concussion on head. Blindness.The I saving: of temper >; .'
their freshness.
a r ,1 -Boston Travdcrm of more than $300. will not be II I

entitled to receive pensions from the housekeepers.
I Hi nnd Ilennlj- state. vast amount of blindness occurs No delayed hr ; ,

"' It is not FO mach the amount of food The following were some of the through neglect of an optical
.. So)' With Pea Shooter Causes Collie A5ku-tI :
+ or apl' 'edites crate, but rather the bills introduced and referred to their defect of the eye, not beiuij attended ueegas.

+ sion( In Chicago. amount our systems require that is a appropriate committees: to at the proper time. :\llluysuch

Chicago. Nov 1.-.\ 10-j ear-old her, conducive to heall h. OuTindulgenee in T.y ;I Ir. Gaulden of Brooks-To prevent caes: have come under my no '

I 1 I celebrating liallouevn with a pt a gun. eating and lick of exorcise are ruinous betting cr selling of pods upon lIce. The patient has either been I Pcn 1s acola f k; .

S -ii caused a collision!: between an elwtn a to health and ber.uty. They product the result of any trial or contest of fhort-sighted: lonjf-sin'htpd; or a'tisjinatic -
1 $ car and a patrol wagon last night, u- m one or both eyes; but one tot
all kinds of ills chiefly obesity.. It IiI i 4
I skill
spf-ed or power of endurance of larire extent which tney ,ay, H i 25 and 27 Garden s':
which nine
person were more ur I K-- said that Mum
> Patti walks
I several man or beast in this! '
state but to allow their weak eye, the other having lit-I ,
1I seriously injured.A .
V I miles each dar' whether the weather btffator.iblf pool sell'ng]! on races at fairgrounds : tle or no defect (and should the case -
A i from h's blower nwli tl'! I or otherwise. This is one of of the weak eye be short-sighted i it j (

; E ,- q' 1 eye oi John Paul, motorman, 0:1 a t'. i I. the 't't'n'l of her ;;graceful figure; and Iy Mr. Calvin of Ri'hmonrl-To a'ithonze iutTea. rapidly the eye with tHe i LODGE Dii'ITNIGlIT8
ks ton str+'rt el!Ii'1: icar. just t'i'
'r a- i totithiiil :IIWlrlnrlllllt'D/ who von cities of the state having a greatest amount of optical) defect |
't \ vas [grassing: FranH.n street atd'! !i'.. '. I Ulre out in all kinds of weather are of g et-> out of lI-e similar: to a !;squinting j
more than 3(10'
to lay
dt } martin under the pain, d.1J.1: ; I 1:1": A \W>J\W\ I L:lIt !oil )prone to catchoM) and t11'YI'IIJIIY "it and maintain eye ; the fight thus quickly deteriorate I ; OF : .
hands to li8 face. Amm It was ua-:} t.i tIJ'/ a happier frame of mip + ways, parks and parkways outside tfn light, some &inple accident ha\ in.r (! ,'pnl i h : an (instant that he neajlottod tie <'o" air is one of the vital necessities of i
I limits of the cities; and within 5 miiosof occurred to the other 'yn, cau-iiigi ,
trailer and the Make but in that time 111::>. SI.VI.V LLK !SBIK life, and we cannot hate too much of mUd"
same, and to create boarla of pai'! permanent blindness. Others there I
the car crasiud into thil..irra;>pi' Mrs. Mary Lie St.irk, the pr<,sitlent.m"itNl it. Health means so much we should commissioners. are with a lire; amount of defect in i .; ;In; :t h:.VenILt

L trel't station patrol wagon that wj.s ten women to spend the after- cultivate! every means to attain it Add Mr both e 'eO-it may be brut eight a- "
By Wellborn
of Union-To
Wash1 : : ( to it a charming manner and a refined proscribe ;well as mixed atlgmati' -rn. They 't 1' 511'J"; "
that I
no JHTSOH owning more
1 :> Mrs. Stark: ivereench l\'rsoI1:1lity. and you bate a woman can read for name time by holding .
.y wnnluil I by the impact and all of the celebrating their respective birthdays who is a source of comfort and joy. I tnan 1,00ft worth of property, or the book very close to the eye, o'viiiff I .-....!-', H. Ho h i
r earning more than $300::: per year shall to spa-iu of the ciliary muscles I
the i T.son.s riding; in it were Injured Tin occasion proved exceedingly en.
4'1i I be entitled! to draw a pension in th1 apparent short-sight :and! thus the
Four persons in the car were also juyable. Ella heeler Atilcoi.: I
state o. Georgia. patient consider themselves nearsighted I
r rI+' hurt :No one there was under sixty years Ella \1'heclerCIcux! has a beautiful and believe will =GOLA l..
By Mr. Glenn of Wlittkld-To they improve -
V: 1 r The poiic were unable to learn the of age. Mr! Godat is eighty }cars old, summer home at h-hott Reach, Conn., as they grow older! but it frA.I I

1: r tI identity of the boy whose pea blower while Mrs.! Stark is in her histy-niuth about three miles from New Ilatcn to amend pay a act tat to of require$;j01) emigrant agents quently ena* in paralyse of the cil-1 j] Grist and Corn 1 Mea!} f! "

caused I the accident. year. says an exchange. Her bungalow, lary muscle with total biindue><' or
; f't'I The occasion suggested: dub life as built upon an eminence of solid rock By Mr. Flanigan of Otunnett-To I just sullicient: vision to grope about |3. F. GOHZflLEZ! & CO. P'C I

and! facing twenty miles of sound Is amend the constitution to as to provide with Had spectacles been properly
} : is CRUSHED UNDER ENGINE. it was CArrywliere lidn;: talked about Mannfsct ". .
f M1t by women, and then and there thesetut a sort of tompkof worship In! that locality for the establishment and maintenance adapted iu time to correct the
aw i Accident at Eirmngham Results! I In 'he women instituted ttiemsehesnieiuliti and she its presiding goddess. of public schools by local tax. errors of refraction, they might have SI!
Mp' Death: of Two ation. enjoyed good eight all their lifl'tlmP. -
"af *! of ore body, to be heieaftorktinwn Her neighbors: are ire Icomo at all hours Patronize Home Indu ''T ,
Birmingham. Ala., N'ov 1.-A yard I By Mr. Stewart of Calhoun-To .
to and in
ji IS th" Sixty club. e-ome' make: her habitation their( Dr. Goldstein' of tests every reason you should h. t
t i engine of Woodward Iron in corporate! the town of Edison in Calhoun system result Cock Feed from tlih 11 on.. '.'I!.
companj It has ever since !been the custom of unit a most manner but in perfect fit, compensating: for tor by BO doing you t-ncot >
V ; at the Woodward firnacta ran off tho: time tnei'itier* to come tet ether at reg the one unwritten rule h that if theis county.Bj I nature's: deficiency, while reserving try Your money is left '

t i. 1 tt l'1 end ol a high sins dJinp this morning ulna intervals in one anrthcr's hone hostess busy at her desk she is not Mr. BlarUburn of Fulton-To iu, the adjusting: power of "accommo and In (ostrlnK you In turn the !nn tom.,in' ,Inaoatrthntetotheeanscot '+ .

ist and Lniinu i" 'James W. lLylt'! an I IElectiKidL :llIti,1):1'' the turn-. to intercourse of :i to be approached{ cnutersationally.Mrs. thorize street railroad companies to I dation" of the normai eye ; the hru I'

} x ; t t But Fields were. instant. [iiirely sjiil nature. \Vilcois noted fur her remarks engage in the hus-mss: of furniolnnji]I r|e quir..ment ha* been nearly or entirely It to theoommunlty :'n tI'. L,'

..k ly Uili.'d, h--mg crushed under the tot The Unen of the club, Jlrs. (':Ith. bio, n.nciMi'ration of mind. Some of steam heat or iKr.vrr 'I! ] overlooked by mot c If the op- rhlo:i contribute!' tOTOiu sif

t 1 con.utise. anne ll'irate (;(II:11.! was !born at Iticb her best work i 1s done within; the SQUuul By Mr. Underwood of White To I ticiau-i of the of' six'teen day Dr. Onldteiu'sexperience enablesburr ;i .

The fiicPian. who had gotten down to wood \\I "inlou: countJ. Mo. July of many to'fos! and In the presence of prescribe and limit the tees of solfciturgenerals years "" t
method and
l by most improved
4 't throw a sw.tth.; tbiapt-d with his life. JJ: ). KtJ. and she! left !St. Louis forl.nrannc friends, to all! of which she is unconscious. for prosecuting in the court: | with the rarest: :scientific; apparatus, (. I ,

tl r The liMomoir, e was moving slowly, on tile day of the Chjrogotirt i of the state the telnnies that were re to correctly te-t the sight, and bt u i You tIU'tRheumatism S

I' i; ('! +# and the cause of the accident is iwtKnown. dueed to misdemeanors by the act o'iM'.fi suitable collection of lUll""- .>r.\1'- !

'' % e\t.ept that the engineer fails Time baby of the flock Is Mrs. Kate\: i Tor n (ClilM1 Itooin. ; tacles to give relief to and strrutth! ,

t for some n awn to stop 1 1V 1t it before i it I Parsons Kioto, who was horn ia :S: L Wall paper panels are delightful! for By Mr. Gl"nn of Whitfield- +, en the eyefor the vanrd: r< quirtinents '- ,
$ Foo'te) a child's room. 1 hey are about 1: bj ; in 'j'n.f\':<5ii>ual or privatt life :, I
Loirs'in: Is )
; reached the t'J of the tKStle lit. Mrs moved to amend section 3 of the code so as to (
&; 30 inch. > surd are show in broad poster CONSULTATIOX: AND K\\MI[ '
t 11 i ; Laramie in 1 9I. She is said to iwa- prescribe! how trials shall be had I In-. : ,

; i I ,g Foley's Honey and Tar always S(':>oll the energetic tempeniment which designs of life size duck Mothers fore rwwilrrs) niavors and other rf NATION KllFK. !! l "" ::LLURIGSOL =

fD : stops the cou;;h and heals the lungs. is characttristie of every member of leading fuzzy. 'I'llml.rOI1 to a fiVers presiding: in municipal courts OFFIIT: HOURS : Fro:'t !n i 1.1IJ. t..1 l |

I Refuse substitutes. \\". A. '.\lem- the Hwcbpr family, to which she Ueloscly I brook black, rOI'll"r fox|terriers and appiircutlv puihuiug' and uvertaking and. 3 p. m. ltnomil27! Hotel J.,-t' -mbi t.DII .; | it''.,.ItT.fF.Itrt i t. a: ,
"' V berte, 121: :ri.: TaLifox St. rclateil.The him, and pnK-itions; of btggarscoming Pcstoffice Robbed.Waldo. GOLDSTEIN knowing how ig-// you It aI.! cures 1.1 Pley.,cr Killrau J
- ---- president' of the club Mary Lee ; Fla.. Xov. 1.-The postoffl"o tionint the average person 1 i- lIJad.J1'r dieeecew, il oy an .
Stalk, was hOn at Juilford, Conn.Jlrs. to tow n. There are nlso 1Nrsb'r s at WaUo the LL\\1 of nature, and the pi'rina- : uric. a.< ,.! It mver fmii and i I. ,
was el1'tf'rtThursll.ay
1t: u : I'liii: and 11x11:. of children going to bill sajing tllt'irlIrI'I's I nightacd hens injurie re-ultin tlit >" Mill nod *tm >;ti, iI.u i u.'u
Stark/ moved to CheyenneVjo., the safe blown for the 6. wt fur 1k "I truiiderli.ti'iintca .
Y > tl V The question: often aria'sl'oul.l !t open src- th..r.fwm'j stamp
; their and the ofttimes I
breakfasts < .
eating good r
T u r ( "
in Trice 1 t Fe
ISO!). Her brother General: II X. | p'r
1 nnd time three months.
V 'i not IH inure protitaMu to l.itj' jiip- II\! } ill::. They are all printed on totoutbut in The door I'nA? out of reminding |11:i"ii"f ... Ij d rlllIoJt"1/ ir,'ir '"' ijrt.tat/ .
11 Lee. was at that time the first secretary WitS thrown into the I supplyj I n u It mil 1.e 1. ., : 11 ,o
room by the I"
1 than to MItin'm'r It wl ill be iUrMidly I paper{ unless they are t', be framed l ox- what they already: know, d"-ir"1 !
[ V t r ( .in :t\intase if 1 the 1111'1'1.\ I I of the territory and acting boa I J it's a g"m} (,J aa t
+k t t Fl I coit.l I* MV J with i tiny Kind of ('t'I I .t't fiecutito.: \t\\t\w Mrs.; ttte\ Stark ittne':'has s of been lS\ a t\\\resident I t or muslin before ticking jnonoy nrd','r fund were taken. ? (to( Cfiesufcsl Cohetas tnbeeS.c"( '
jt -- --- r
taiuty ail uf a juuhtytat \\vwUl :: them on to the wlll.'J.)) The \ )
i. panels cot Arra"laements t at l".1tatlest
i of Laramfe! since 1SDO and lijironiiiiert I
; V lull timipfiis.itiu'i) fur laM) >r and fml J about a dollar each. Charleston S. C. Nov Marston j- Quina have I\ .
I 1.-Arrange-
(t d, E foil! the risk of (buying!; infectious div i Sho in is missionary likewise! the and author churchwork. of I I mpntl' have been trmi'lnfoH! for :hr' somevery nice Dressprs and L. N >Ernnsw' iQ & CO", Nvw
:t '
1r paws timid lie liniin.ittHl. U it not I ('"tmetYe For the Ua n.1,. establishment In Charleston -'
t several books, and is a newspaper woman : of a Wash Stands very cheap. Dlsribllrg Agej I
+ ',, tale tluit uhiM'UT engages in .inimiil I IL She I White was one-quarter ounce: spec hi-an'i uf the American Cigar i company. ..
the '
as \ti was Crs-t ,
woman "
; Lu. Just the thing to go with i "" '
{ a iiias-U-r
ti a mated, two and which will ;
{ tolor of the state of Wntning. which one-half ounces; oi 1! employ a maximum -
t ,) .a eventually l Inch as lirmliT nod feeder some years ago gate the right; of fran- of sv\ect ahuopoS, two and oneLaioinui f force of 4,000 band The plant will Iron Beds.PEOIESSIOflAL. I --
i II
+ It it is essential to select a J.lltMl dairy .
; p'sew.iler. and one-hal f begin 'rat1oDS Li few
I chile to turiii'ii. s. one /, o; a weeks.
i cow and sire, it N i no Its t I u; attar of roses, one drop. :Mel\ -- -- -- I 1 j 1 MCrTfirsPtiny

art t 'u-: to wlfct Mini liMtilin; sows; uf robustconstitution. ( The Afternoon Ten Table. the wiuihl FiMvmuccti in a porcclaiiV'Jilc IloVV'H rh': CABDS. ) ,

( tt rushers wt live fwJiWA; ; 1 Do 1 .\,..) IH abound oil} and J'faM t ( .,1)
,, not make the m/stale of 11ft rIng I We otTer One Hundred Dollars reward -" "
,t= trough.; |pl'ul li i tio. docile (must of tin* this little bit of hospitality too elab\ 1 1'y! Uemoxe from the store nik.uld for any ca-e of Catarrh that > w.: c.: ROWE, m. D. I to'.. Balsam, >it C"
( '_ 'j'l'
Lift iVpvmls uursrlifs in humanetrratiiK'im. 'e onoL t'
mi !
i orate. 'ibe essentials are the teakettle the rujt.\\ alt'r. Ue sure to measur> cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh '
err t (1 a 1 mother and niilku. and teapot small bowl of block sugar: yper: : II't'dlt'litSI'Xlt'tl! : )', for othtrwMuiii Cure. Ollieo: l.'i S. 1'alafoi: : U ,:.", !mrrtb48t'qr -'

L11 for like will produce like to a jnvattror and a few thIn half Ices; of lemon will fUtJ that the cream is Iii,t] F. J. Cllt. EY, & ('0", Toledo. 0. H on rH from s tow:tu a. m and 11U 8 p. a: % i.P1-.
h, less livric'. i'.ute are thecrs model two or three mull] cups, saucers nndspoons. scwtll h. \\' the undersigned have known ana After 7 o'clock I .. .. ill' II of' e ,

j t of impl'lI\ t'IIWIt. ami whene! tlt'- F. J.Cluwy: for the last 15 year, XIioiio OS.
r ) Keep tome extra fine tea In a and believe liiin perfectly honorable
tit coop( |punt In our o\\'n tmutagiincn t ( LarneterlrUr of AVomnn.Ilovv -
pretty' tea caddy on the lower shelf of I.l in all business transactions: and
wchlrealN'tbrguarantcelhaturcallCrpetuate the table. I beautiful are the "biniles' of In- able
financially to carry out any ob- TIME TABLE.
iH thi in. i'hcie must lie of IIOK'nee, how t-ndeariug! the
The tile brass or nickel copper tea- 1 svmpathies Ii atiot. made by their firm.1ST .
$ ; necessity a 1')''' l'1I1 <>f brc'('(litis; ; that! I kettle with alNllullamp should always I of love how swtit the solace! oi t \\' k TRCAX

+ h, will Insure a supply of pi::s of nt-arlj' I Ibe placed on a small tray to avoid accident friendship, how lovely the tears of aftection Wholesale Druggists; Toledo O. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN

J: l< +, the KUDO np for the different si'a!'.)!i< to the polished table or its care These combined are all characteristic WALDINU, KINXAN: : & MARVIN, KKKLCT OKI EMBER: 1, iwiTHE _

In order! to hate adtantaci': fwilm;: I It I Is doubtful if there be any economy in woman. They are the Wholesale lruirgitToledo;( O.Hall's New Orleans and Mobile

the byproducts to the young; piouiusl ; true poetry of humanity-rich pearl Catarrah Cure is taken in- ,
L in using: the cheap wood alcohol in the --- --- -- -----

'i : >ige also propir{ : lamp us it burns faster than the higher clustering: around the altar of domestic blood teruuliy, acting directly upon the So,fl. !-ont. So, !, : NI) II, :-0" I .

i shelter for fixnlmg and linn-din; <*o a S happiness.lira. and mucous surface, of the 1:16 a 15:15m 1L'o5 p' roflaye .... l'.n.... ola. _.Arrln I.i a 4 t :
ft I grade spirit Cream Is never used I -ystem. Trice 75c. per bottle. Hold lIr'J a 2:1 p Leera ; Lave-_.. M'lomaton ..... Leave ::c. a : + I'
to reduce labor: enhance comfort and i with tbe afternoon cup of tea. : by all druggists.;: Testimonials free. 11:00 a .::-z p I 7:55: a I L ...._ Mobile .... u-ave 1fOU'1 Ii :: :. ;
i' Insure full compensation fur food con I lord Fruit Hall's .. .... wasp 1.m! a ..eeave. ..., ..... erleana.._. i,, ave : ..p .It -
solid I Pills
with the tea there is Family are the beet.c .
sunuxl. We of the northwest! ever and I nothing better than bread and butter Fruit Is iced by being dipped In thb North. .

1 t anon encounter zero \\eathcr and once folds but this necessitates some (';iten white of an egg then in pow ASK HIM f'Olt A HL'DGINS' :"w _
prep ---
In awhile 40 degrees below. Cleanfloors I dt'fl'suar: the operation to be repeated No. ::0-
oration aud the table under consideration Foley's Tars 2. No. 4. No I
'' till the is ) and 11:06 I ..... .... !II
and troughs! and li j- beds areas is for the benefit icing sufficiently p m 12:15 p m LeAve P"o'acola .Arrive ':00 p ID
i I of the casual visitor. 11:15 I a:57 ArrIve._ .Leave Ut6 1 m
a m m Montgomery am.
Pears \ forcA/// No opiates. p
thick and
', t x essential for soand pips as for .\ cracker Jar containing crisp peaches{ are U:611 am'' 5n( p m rrlve_ JllrmlnKbam: _.r."ve 1IgI am t P ID
cows and (,:llrl' The hoar: !Is by nature : little wafers of iced. Goth should! be pared and cut 7:05pm 8:10a m Arrlve.Naahvllle ...Ll'utl ..
one or two kinds i is in baltes. sliced 7-Si a m I 11:13 a m Arrive .... 1.ouloylll. .._..1.1'11 lItl pm. lID
t n clt'anllolmal. and never otherwise Pineapples are and 4ENEIAL FUKNCI1
t com enient. SCHEDULE 7:20am: IL:5aam Arrive tiupm 'vm
tl exct'rt.h force of his untidy i i imaster. If something special !is prepared oc cut in small nrct's., 1Mlam: ) I 1:5): p m A.y. ----.. tJ..o'.L"n." _4:14 p m .

e f s1 .-Cor. National Stockman and I casionally. a dainty much liked wit h ANXIOUS MOMENTS.I Following i* the schedule of the PENACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTIOl.No. _

P the thin wafers I Home of the most anxious hour; of government steamer General French .
bread and butter I .
or which 'l'uEEWS prints for thee 21-lJaUy No a-Daily I No top where time not .bown So. 2-Daily So fl- !
I i
ia mother's life are those when the
a plate of dates stuffed with Neufchatel -
Farmer.DYSPEPSIA I little ones of the household have th :oentflt of the merchants who chip U:65 pm 1:00 a m Leave ...._.l'ensacol.Arrln 10FaO pm" pili
cheese. Remove the stones and fill There is other medicine :heir goods to the \arious army Ul! nlgbt 1:13" ......... nobt'mla.....-. IO: 1" r
cronn. no .. ....._ .. .
h, the vacancy wltb the cheese. posts : 1tO": 1t8": _._.._ Ynleilr. 10:11.
Iso effective in this terrible malady 11.23" _EscamblJ"._._ 10:82" 5 '7I2'SS
e But remember always to avoid the I as Foley' Honey and Tar. It is a Leaves Peniscola........_......- ._ 7.00a.m. 7:19 7:5 4lntat 10'28" : ai2:1t9
4i And INDIGESTION: the most common ( appearance of making; a great effort Leaves Harrsncaa................._.._. TiH'.m.' \ i 7:18 I" : == Harp :::::= 10 1"
; : V t ailments of mankind, can be i household! favorite for throat and Leaver Hickens ...... ... .. .....__..__ 11:00.. m. 12.50 7SIi" ._..._.6'ltClty..__ 10:16" ', .-
t } cored by the use of Hostetter'aHtomach to furnish the freshly brewed cup of !i i'lung troubles, and as it contains no Leaven l;rraucB........ ........._ 8:15 e. m. 1t:1I: : !! i f 7111 ff __ .1lltoa. .,__ 10:10" 1\ '
Bitter It has a record of' tea to a callt .-Philadelphia Times. opiates or other poisons it can be Leaven Pensacola ..... __ ?.._, .. _M.IS a. m. 1:50 a m I __ .. .__ (ioodttange __ ..._ 4.: '
W. Arrives Hsrrancaj 11:10 a, m. sail then 1:011" 8:16" _.__ Holes __ 9:3:1" 4.85
safely given. A. D'Alemberte 'm
i j fifty years of such cures back of it antes a trip to lore McKee and tben re- 1:20" 8:80" .._.... MUIIR.n __ 9Y) .:11
f it ,-' '; and will not disappoint now If Wisdom of Artrttttt.No 121 S. Palafox St :arns to Barranca. ISS" 8J18" ._creUYlew._ 11:1.1I" 4,f.o. ,
you -- Leaves Barrancas .......................... 1.IS p.m. 1:00" 8:118.' f' ...-_._Deer Land 8011" 1:144
you are a !sufferer from these! complaint class of women preserve theirronthful Lejves Pickens .. ..... ........... ... 1:25p.m. t7I: f' 11:10" __ Monty head It 8:40: 11:14:
? -r P .* or INSOMNIA: NERVOUSNESSOR :' ap; Plranre as well as ac- Leaves Pensacola... ......... .... ..... 4J>0 p. '::08" 9:35 It .Deyunlakttprlage. sis It 2.0
,' ;? GENERAL DEBILITY B SURE 0 i CASTOR Leaves Hlrkeni _.... ..._.... S:15 p. m'l I .;:11f": II:.. _..__.. Argyle ._._ f. 7N: t: 1
I ( t TRY IT. OUR PRIVATE STAMP trl''h.> : !!' <'.u>e youth and Arrives h rranca 5.30 p. m. and .:.0' 11:67' .._..Pouee dlJ Lt.oD.- 7e": 1.1'oo '
1 la ;:art looks are part of their stock in For Infanti and Children. rip to McKe and return. : It 10:10' _WeltYllIe..,_ 7:11" I.'1
the ntck of the bottle.HOSTETTER'S I
otter On
{ Wednesdays and Haturdays the 608 10:15' .. CaryYUle_ 1:12" itV..
trade and a knowledge <>f their moth] .. _._ efJ6" I tf
goat wi-l leave 11,88" 10:80' llonUa
; i Barrancas via Pick I
t otis of preservation is absolutely neCvS-: :i The Kind You Hare Always Bocgiil DS for Peniacola at 6:30 1:00": 10.1" Cblpley 8J7" J. aoe 1
p. m. 8:80" Iltlf" ___Cotton1ale 8:18" ISIJ ,
t sary. Then they are wise enough; tc The General French is for army 1:00" 11:75 It N __.Mariamns._._ 8:00" t: 'H
use that knowledge; tn its fullest capacity Bears the // ;purposes only and any outsider must 1.80 to 11:46 .N. .__ Cyprell.... ... 1i:3H" 11:45. III
t because their success depends ui>onit. I UU.of lave: a pass from the T.o" lI:6i" .. .....Urand 11le_ 1iM" 1I:2i
j y STOMACH BITTERS quartermastero J 7:58 I" 1t:06: noon _.._ Mnead. ._ 5t1": Ir.\O..
I i In preparing for"ery performance i take passage! 01 her. 8:16" U:14" ArrheR1Y' nctionLeave 6:10" ID:2I


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C NY OWES- -OVER MILLION. I I It PRESIDENT mm' I <6 P PABST I fW Mm mm I The lecturer Looking pleaded{with'P. the crowd 'I One of Dining the artistic Room Louie Rne decorator's ---- -GOLD- DUST.- ;i, r'! I t.: 11l! '

to "look up." lu imrassiuued tie unwritten laws I Is always to have one '
Trust Co. Against I "Let the GOLD DCSTt"ins do wort,* : f
C' anial I'I'c'a' your : tJ
e 'j cried: (jod always helps: the mani center rug in the dining room, large :
t LIh ( p. FOB V/ILOTO/ : R5YSCft23to -- : a
.' \ l': Papers in a I i that looks up! Never Itck ilou. u.y | Toug!, to hold the chairs comfortably ( ; 1 <

*. i-m.ftfiO) have been :.SPECIAL .'ltoCt-: S M>W VSKI) 'j I I I friends, and do not waste h U L.JCJtime ,' whin jhMj-'e: are seated at the table.A : : Ii. ;

IOU MiKIN'O MALT. l Itching: sideways. Look up. nuli imi'r' of: : :.i.i.l nvrs t1i*l'l'l'!'l't1 at t.\ I I
'i the clerk of the '
i : Hanascas, Va., FofoIl keep on lookup up: 1 1\,1' I l.r.. .. ;, I !aur.N ::.:.'. I ; >':'ii.-",ibU> iu of I.t-, ::1 J.
taU 1
: .11 city.
u"D to f-iil: if he lookwi: up. I Is II.! "I' rooms tnt !Lot iu tl.e: daunt room. : ;f I :

t>ie Colonial Tiu-t Catin i a u.n in this umlieiU-p; iu 1.1.1: '. ., ; I'.rass nails: and si. kus now come for j j'f1II1 !.
York; and thel.1on Oil A SCIENTIFIC! BASIS I, I 1 i
I that lie always( looks up': ; I ii-twiing: russ; to tia- floor and these I
July 1. 1O1.! expiation !
DRIVES OVCn; : ChTTL FIEL: [;:. -- I A seedy stranger arose in ti.! i,,i-:, ; ;i.e often used. Strips cf lead Ins I 1I
incorporatedViia1a. i .
row to bay: "1 can bay that 1 a"II !\...>'- U'ued in an invisible facing underneatb
'. ia! !Norfolk., the piiaci- Ceo Lamcnd P'ace a Fine Preserve In HUH Way tlic! Big Hr. wrr1.&I..CM ;I look up. 1 Late ste.nlily! k..ik.d up I is alJot:!(r way of prevening; : rugs I, t I,

b 1 tIC same Iviiul l' Beer All for tLa-ty: jears. and am no LetUi' off from curling up or fclippicg! ('C a i>olis -
n.J alleges! that the of SCO Acres, l Is: Where the President: for it. Lookiiif is Lusiness." Lod tloor. j ill
up i.iy > :
' ; 1
.. .11 July 1. 1i01.: exet' and His Party Will:! Cnjoy Season c' 'What Uo you Uo for a Ii\in0', uiy : I,

0 the trust corcpa- good manV"'Tm A Cup of (',,('nn, J I .
,.., .sue cf $:!,OOIJOOO) Sport a ceiling decorator." The woman who is awakened by the :
The following extracts: are cupped
the denomination of Manassas, Va., Nov. 1.-In the fit The uproarious appluuse tLat gret-ted Crst: streak of dawn will! do will to I

n.s interest at C per ful glare of locomotive lanterns Tr'?' I from the Milwaukee Free Press: this sally Lroke up the uietting.New drink a cup of hot cocoa if many hours I GOLD DUST i

-i annually. ident Roosevelt at 11:30= o'clock stepped ; Now, of course, everybody knows York: Press. are to elapse before is I '
I h )W beer i is made. Beer is; the liquid ill take every particle of dust and dirt Vent jroitf i
rf..i-r; alleg.s that the briskly from his private car in fn.m sened. Cocoa furnishes both food oors and woodwork-makes them as i jan as ahisUe I
resulting malt with
: \ is in debt Jl.OO'V the railroad yard here and gnoctp.Jcordially I the ri {ht proportion brewing of water and PrIma Donna and Her \oioe. and drink and is easily digested: by j' ,and neat dishes.a< a pin. Nothing:o good fa vasbmfoUies ). '

", its principal and the little gioup of newspaper -I adding some hops thereto for flavor. Oace uj-on a time there was a famous most peopli>. It will relieve! any faint ai. only ty THE N. K FAIRBANK COM/ART. ''

:- dthtedness and men. special officers and railroaJ I It's just like cooking breakfast food. prima donna who made a contract feeling and give one the iiees.ary: I Chicago New York. Boston, St Lou\ l' ,

i ;. its operating men who had' gathered to sec hire: You pour on the water, add a little with a noted impresario to sing stieugth to dre.s.. The cocoa may be Makers o!OVAL FARY: SOAP. _. : :

start on his! hunt for wild turke>'s. Ite I salt and then you boil it for fifteen in concerts for him ct a price which made: the night; before and can be, heated I --- f ; i !

: -- was attired in a khaki suit with Ie.-- i minutes and your meal i ij ready. Of made each (,f her notes of about the ill three minutes over an alcohol j E 'i & I
t f :-TY FEET. courre, if have breakfast The Tonic
: you poor value of 51.All knip. If the cocoa is made with fresh
gins, and over this was a long, heavy food will have a meal and I Par P
Excellence.T I II
you poor ; ; f'
and Hark hat. went well until the priuia donna nalk, it will keel in-rfectly overnight: i
overcoat a
J rls Men to Bottom 1 so also, if you have poor malt you I I
c I i who had preceded found a dressing room assi.ri.ed, to her I :
Secretary Root j will have poor beer and vice versa.
'! Chaft I I the president fiom the train wore a I that! did not meet with her approval. RasUrt T<>r aluil. I I .ICodsIsini1uc&Cd' ;
Nov. 1.-Five men j$ Uirre3lat! is Ma.I.\ Then she that she I II
:' canvass shooting suit, an overcoat ana complained was entirely Salad baskets are large, round, 511:11.1

.i.'ul shaft at New- golf cap. The president. after a > The fir-t thins a vi-ibr has to see I too hoarse to tin}:. and the lai- low affairs, made with LandUs and : i .' II .I I :

;jn and some ot I qu'ck survey of the starlit :ky, r- when calling at the Pab-t; Brewing pre ;trio had to make plite remarks to widely woMMi of 1 11l', htroiii;; \\ilo\\.j! I : I 'I

The men were II : company is the building; )>-re the I his audience and disiaUs! it after refunding In these the fl'e"l1 green salad! leaves: I i I I ,iii
marked to Mr. Root that they were in : I !
the surface of 'new malt a di-tiuctively: modern the money paid for admission. arc wi"bcd. They should be cut f'ou i

,< at the close of luck as to the wtat'jer. Mr. Root I product, is UKtde. Hf-r..tofore the The remarks that he made out of the the roots and dropped loosely into the ) ; :1' :,

.<:.i. .i'i !St as they I and the present! were joined at onreI variation in malt production: has I !hearing: of the audience were nut toj baskets. Plunge basket and all up and fc,n .pcriic remedy for :I I !i ir
,'.. I by Dr. r. xey, Secretary Cortclyon and i been fo /great that uule.;; a brewerwa Malaria! and Typhoid; : !
dl'! )pped to I >olite.Moral.. down in a large pan of water, after \ I
j i Mr. Leichmsa. who will act as guMefor extremely paiirnakiti and not Fevers ,
.!, '\ ,i lightning! I .-Impresarios wish that they which they should stand in a cool ,
the party during the hunt. TVy I mindful of f expiii-6 he seldom! toads t ;
i \.ic> :ound piled preceded by the railroad men : the ":ltn''kind of be ,r from one eud I might! have huitrseless! prima donnas. place to ullw the leaves: to drain. \ !3 t
: .::'-1', all uncon- of the ye ir to the other. New York: Herald. .W ; .. i iI
tearing lanterns. U.\ TIU Cl'KKD: P.V I5LOOI U1LM t , ew Fleming 'l'hL'prblplIl of frtttin the "newmalt" I .
The party proceeded don: thc maize: I The oldest man elected: to the Vertaont t i ii
n'.lSncSS. Hitch;: has bet'n under coi.tideration; II i ?
-. and the fate of of railroad tracks to the: ";arriaies ia by the Pabt company tor many jreneriJ asseiiil/lv is Arnold Hall All !Skin antI ItliliNi! lM-ra".4 curf'd,1 The Beer j I!

< .k. Eugene V.'elsn Ttaiticg! for them to coney them to years pat.: Every expert was given i of East Haven, Jacksouian Domocrat Mrs. M. Ii. Adams, Fredonia, Ala., i .
the shooting grounds. They wc the opportunity of prephtinJ.hiiZ\ j I'nty-c'jght. The youngest is liar- I

-. 1.l<'ertain. CarbII followed by servants carrying a big: ideas as to what he thought would be I moa 1:. Eddy of Strattuu, Republican ; took Botanic Blood Balm, which effectually That Madej 4J ) :: :
:! cured an eating cancer of i
tamper o* mineral: water and lunch I the wisest aud best plan for obtaining I tneuty-ouu. Legislator; Elect William I ;

th.. a malt such as is now tbe exclusive Tudor of Somerset is the father of Legislator the nose and face. The sores healedup ,
As he walked briskly along i

r' : u\LV REGRET. eon.president remarked to Secretary Kooc: il, pany. No product!suggestions' of the were Pabst adopt-com I Elect John Tudor of Stamford. perfectly. Many doctors had ANNHL I R TAM U ; I I.'f I.

III .r"-." Hint Connumulmi "I have tramped\! ties before in my led I however, until after the fire dI given( up her case as hopeless, hundreds ;

1DI II, \v.i-n: llr Vn n, In;:. time. I June, 1900( when the various mem- The Worst Form. of cases of cancer, eating I :

:.: .I I XavuT: P.iehat. "\ es." rejrondfd the secretary witha j bsrs of the firm met day after day to Multitudes are singin the praisesof have sores,been supperating cared by swellings Blood ,Balm.etc., -IBVICTORIA- '

i i- ''mi: ami anatomist suggestion of irony in the tone of hi# i I cerning round out malt the scientific production findings which con-had I I Kodol, the new discovery which I Among others, Mrs. B. M. Guerney, ; I Ii

: \. .ii, i...r Cenerak'." He voice.; "1 have often thought that there been gathered; from all parts of the is making so many sick people well Warrior Stand, Ala. Her no"c and i .S i ; I'

d l more human corpsesi was no active exercise so restful to lip were raw as beef, with offensive
world. and eik
1 :> people !strong by digestingwhat MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. i' s :
i ii'.:in in the wollJ's the wearied mind as the tramping of 1 C it it it it it it itI' discharge from tbe eating sore. :'j t I
they eat, by cleansing Doctors advised but it nisr IO-CENT KOTILU nEEf i I'
i I -i!'I'\I :i record when railroad ties." In order to produce good beer, I 1t. .
I' sweetening the stomach and by failed. Blood Balm healed the ,
1,..o!ii"." d'jrins one winiuMHtionist The party entered carriages in the good malt is absolutely essential. i is 4
their food into the sores and Mrs. Ouerney as
,,i .! \' and village and. preceded by Sheriff I.eata- I 1 The methods employed to produce j transforming well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm BROS. j ,
the "new malt concerning which i kind of rich, red blood that
: "would ratlur disi i man and a see-ret service officer in a also cures eczema, itching humors, I '
: i "ilc 1 than kill one buggy started for the hunting ground. :* i I European brewf-rs are already inquiring 'j'I make you feel good all over. Mr?. scabs and scales, bone pain; ulcer, AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED l''I I II. I
i I are far in advance of everything ICranflil.ofTroy I. T. write For ;
blood I I. V Harper TOley.
offensive ;
i about 4 miles distant. President that has ever been used be- pimples, poi-on, car- .
:a number ot ; I was
.1 ,1.! is told. When he Roosevelt Sicrftary Root. SwretaryCortejyou years buncles, scrofula, ri-ings and bumps .
fore.And \ with indigestion and dy=pppia Ion i the skin and all blood troubles.Druggits. Main House-101 H. Palafox street.
i 1. ht lli-d! his col.1 and Dr. riixey occupied one every barrel of "Pabst" is which into the worst firm. :
grew I $1 I h.rgc bottle. R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot
I'.1) t. .n friends, carriage: which was followed !by a-' now brewed with the 'new malt"and Finally I was induced to use Kodol ; l'el1acollI'la. .
I of Botanic mood Balm free P. O. Box 2S1.: i
U ,.,. : i I." in the other containing! servants and mcssenjjers i is generally styled "Pabst New and after using four bottle I am en and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Phouet 116-2E8. 'I
,' .1. I' ',i'tI' nUt', with the }'!!:rh'on. I Malt Beer" and Is a revelation in tirtly cured. I heartily recommend Co., Atlanta, Ga.: Describe trouble ;

1 ',\ I : ...1' ', Ille This morning fie party is hunting the art of brewing. It is absolutely Kodol to all! suffers from indigestionand and special medical advice sent in R.- [KSKG'Sm ; ;
j pure and superior to anything ol1erI dyrpepsia.: Take a do..e after I
TI'! It i crrtainworth
sealed letter. *
y over a fine pr< serve of !Gort acres known : I'
,. ... td in the market.: meals. It digests what you eat. I such 'remarkable 1
.t' 'I I .h. !I while investigating a TRY DISCOVERY
locally as the Ben Lomond place, owned 8. A. FRIEDMAN, Hurgis Pharmacy, John Khepard.: j
I' I I. remedy a- Blood Balm cures
.tll'I I I by Representative John r. Ri\ey, Wholesale and llhtail Agent. Sidney h llU. I
awful. worst mind mist !
the most COLD.
\ ::'I-;"!! I I FOR THAT
brother of Surgjon General Rixev.Taile .
:. 'I t .ii,' i I j I deep-stated blood djFaiey's ;; es, NO SUBSTITUTE. ; t ;
the president hopes to add a iI MIIIWIKIUIY.The TAKE .
'.. '. I 1 I' i k.i 1 1'i t > I
\Od: turkey or two to his hunting ILrguape'' In InCla. undersigned take this method Consumption.Coughs i f i
<".ilj i I I' ', I.I.I.' Kidnecukss Crrc I
trophies hp said this morning he was I Twcnty-egtt; l.i iijTii!L't-s .re spokenin of offering her services as a ;

!here particularly for the needed res-ns-i India aud none of tluse is sK{ >!ken I flrst-jl'iss licensed midwife having ki33Crs cnJNCriCK.Uart: xi.i2. Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, : :
0 "- ,1 f; 1.1, \ :I-' .1 "I I had 35 t
experience.Can rPleu- : \
citation tne outing would afford him by fewtr tli'ii 4"0.iHio: jn-rions while year Pncumonia.Ilay Fen :
'" I I... t .ii ,: i :, I fanl ;, I give best of references from \ r
and for the purpose of getting owr I the most cm-rat is the mother! tongueof ; Hoarscnes I
l \' II! i i. I r old I leading physicians of this city. risy, LaGrippc: ; : l ''j
the historic Bull Run battlefields 85,: IO.K)0. Resides these there are I have been authorized take
!... i t- null' '. !Ii, JUliful1'I. MRS. M. GIDDEXS, to Sore Throat Croup flWhoopiri : :
., ." which he had never visited.: After 'I in the remotest! parts of the countrytliahvts jltf 114KouthD9\rmiersKt.! subscriptions forVm.. Jf-nningt I
i iii s I : i. lie sank
". j "I the morning hunt the party asS<'mbl"d loUeii bj no more than 000persons --------- -- Bryan's paper. "The Commoner.The ; Cough. 1 J' I
V i -i not think ---- --
the Henry house wliicn ; which none ether than them- price i is ?1.0u per year in ad I I'I
about at
I I' \> 't I., 'if king of." noon NO CURE. NO PAY.
------- is in the very center of the operationsof selves can interpret India has nine vance. Those desiring the paper Price 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.PARKER'S ; -
great creeds, iMiiiiborin their followers can Lave it sent tj them by secdiuj- 'I 1
the first battle of Bull Run. There I 1I I
: I \" >li anil 1'orf3-. from the _' ".UW.C1 Hindoos down to CurseDRINK {1.00 to the undtr-igned. : f

i 'iirirfHl!t the! ntte"I. :.- : luneneon was served. During the afternoon I the 9..IZtt'Q' Aniniistics and the innumerable H. M. ROIIE. I _'I' HAIR BALSAM 1 ;>

: >. from the: days the president drove over the sects included in the 43iCO C-re Daily New; 1'2' r. ... C'1 .".. .u4 b.ftuulict the hall. I it
battlefield. -- !" tiI' .'1 8 lax on*nt rn>"'b. I r 1i.h
he -- ---- -- ""-
i" present time. ,, I
II "others. I '- .FFXuver Full xo Hcatore Orty I
: t I'll, because the This aftoT.-on the prcpidect and I I I & $**>& CUSE YOURSELF! elI. &(,-?=Jj}'..CaF thor. ..Ip to its d ....Youthful_A liair.Co leang.lop. .' f' ,

1 1iirious ami often j party. on their spoclal: train, will so \"nth' l'lIrl'.trnlnt. < ccRFs Si .r. E; for ... ,} t,. _.. !''', ''n : ..ta__ j >. I '

cradle to iandy.!\ Va, :!.i miles south of Manansas. I ID I toidlel.O.iaI'iO -
ring a as | Don't you sometimes long for yourchildhooil's -& Ir.tat'os ur L!k rdtioai 1------- 1
i romantic I where- they will \te the gUf'SSuntil Eli O IlWt117. til uincnus !! rjA'ii'Lran .
I happy tlajsV" said the sentimental Prr.enj( 1'amleM kud no esutn'e CHOICESTOF
fP4CUl.l'1 eIssnn. 1I
tl.i-ories.: Monday morning of relatives of I II IIt.'rl-oi. liILEVASCHtMCALCO. gent er OliuO4. I :

.1 i <>f birds an.l tlu-ir I Ir Surgeon Geueral Rixty. j "Yes" answered MissCayenne. "thereare ., list bNATO.g1 EoI by )rngts I I, i
U.s.A. 4r-for mnt in wrspr.'Iz I I
: :1 affection drawing: : times when I would enjoy hanging C'I'ltED1Y

me beautiful j I GOT VERDICT FOR $2CCD.!; '. on the fence and making faces at I 4 ircu1.r sot !
It'-I peo- t oi I.iit f FRUhT AND N CONFECTIONERY I '
I i
nice withal and |: pie I don't like instead of having to WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. : : J.

; what is most piri i Action trough Against Modern Wood.mjfn 'How do! do, dear? :Po: glad CHCHEoTES'SEHRYROYAL! cncuu..i : I
I, say: you I !%',' tqs't. \'" "tir.. ( 'lu I.. 'ii'u; 1/1 ':"'",, .J -ATC.APOSTLE'S- .
"mankind.. j nf .erica. LO see you': "Washington Star. ,rut'r.t"", or <'".7ii iiil'miitiniVhlleKilibin !.,ul l,'wit o/flt'. P PILLS i
t!,:it the halcyon ar.I. II i Grand Rapids l Mich., Nov.: l.Early i I .- .
: tJrtCi an'I in IT f.ratiin I 1
_,. ;
\ Ili-medy wlllciifford "itri< f
y t : .
i ---'b tp. ia-'Ie-- -H
; this morning a circuit court jury II I i
l. had Hi wst ,
on .\im to Hioe.Uvcry I the iliien-fU npptite fir alcoholic tinniUnta / 4( \- (, -c':'!* 'i ifc-.ri.K' J..I.I-: ;.i
:! I If li> Coating paljeen.itcr I brought in verdict of $2u'M) for Mrs. | nln'tber I lie patient is H eon tl rallt dIlh..hrlato. f.i\-". ;"" \" I:H' (...'. ,.. "..oJ I
t .
: ._." ;
: man ought:! to aim at eminence I ., -tippler," social dnnkrr or -\ : :: Ti".Q .tr., .(f4-r it rflSj 14 East Bortninejt St. \ :
1 was always Mary J. Lewis against the Modern I' drunkard. I mposiblu for to bare an -j';, :."- ,- U".C'ro ,. '"b.1Iu'' .". end i..I... ,
down but anyone .
Dot by pulling! others by ._ .
: I Halcyon I or aleyou I Woodmen of America. i' I npp.tutfir alcoholic liquors after using i Is"I rf;% ". .'. ', '....II.I-.,.'..Tmin-iilki' Formerly Cordova Restaurant HtaLd I' .
antI the
1 himsolf. enjoy pleas1 : -
rsking \vbIt. Kilioon. Heint' \ ", p.'I', ;hr. ,. .. .
i it is but Mrs. Ixwis alien for $:;//,000 for injuries Jv( ... ? .*..? .U.......f F.-., II ,
r. supposed, I 1! of his own superiority, whether >--it l>j' MenilNTH of \\ (5 T I"I -'/ "-". .,Mull.' >T.v species:; of this alleged to have been received '! imaginary or real without intcirupt- I,' Mr... Xt ore. ore s! suiiprlntcndent of Wo- 'n, .'" ,- .. *: 'I..dl".n -......i...- "JIll k u.l\ "' 3.4 to $2.00 per dozen. : 1 .

i r tWin i'Uilds its:! nest by her husband, since dm>:aswl, whle! lug othiTs III the same felicity. .i turn manSrnrlhtian, I'alirorllla,Temperance writes: -I I'nlon have tested Vtni -- -- ---- : Ii! I!L
.' tin- sea. Indeed a:* I being initiated into the Coopersville I \\V'hit Ribbon Honifrty on very obstinate ; P
Ururkard, and the cures hare been man}'.
> utlrat: of fact with of the order last winter. As a :
f camp HE COULD HARDLY GET U?. In many tbe lem..dy was given ncretly. ;- WICKED ;
.. 1'I",-iblt\ mot of theilivp result of these injuries. It is alleged I 1 cbeerfdlly recommend and In- [ :I'
| P. H. Dully of Ashley! writes: florsi- White Whl.on It'm..d"lpmh"u. of
boles In the in which caused death.
-. necriss i "1 his! is to certify that I hive taken our Toion are delighted to find an t-cono- : ''I
11I11!!"". utica treatment to aid us in our temperance I
I two bottles of FI Iey's Kidney CureI p
Dead Man Identified. work. Plufflbor Gas and Steam I 1.
has than
I it helped me more any Druggists or by mall, Jl. Trial package
w lo rnilaiiK I U... Montgomery Ala.. Nov. I.-Dr. W. other medicine. I tried many advertised free by writing Mrs. A. Townsend (for .

rules for off H. Maxon, the comparative stranger remedies but of them
':: warding: |I mne
secretary of a Woman's ChristIan I .
.1 i imnpilfd: with treat j ji i who was found dead here two days gave ma any relief. My drugrfi 'I years Temperance Union, 218 Tremont No. 9 South Pnlafoz Street t:1:

'.' ni Miller by experts aco. in his room at the Kyle house I recommended Foley's Kidney Cure i St., Boston, Mass. *o\A\ in i'ensacola by i ii All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Han i '

i..i- ,'' t>f the has been identified by Dr. J. S. llfll I I and it has cured me. Ktfore com- i i Hannah Bros.. 21 H. Palatal St. i iI TKLEPRONH W25 '. PIGNMAOOTA )'t.- t tI
meocing its use I was in such a : t !
: ... him well several I
i 'tlkal authorities i.. who knew years 350 I
I _______ I '
shape that I could Hardly get up ---, : iii : i
-------- ----
dentist ia
when was a prosperous ,
when once down.V.. A. D'Alem- f
i ''an: elevator hatchway\ I Mobile. He went to Alaska and fell i berte. 121 H. Palafox St. SPECIAL SALE FOR: 7 DAYS AT ; ; .

"- i"" t there. on evil fortuno. The remains will --

:v 'ir-ff: to 1-e run over be shipped to Decatur, where he hasa i

1. :. "i railroad train. daughter. i I tb A.f5TcxA.&P 1tt: K J nJJa'ffl Asai: Fa"-. i F. E. BRAWNER'S I u

: ':"usances allow a i ,

!f"",.1 J the top of a build- ; U1fo ( i

:- \ ::.1. There The as a Timid little kitten Kiltrn.once I t( THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. i j I

', .t in he in a place when Who wus of dOllS afraid. -

,'".ii"-: :strikes it And being by no means n dunce. \ ASK HIM FOR A IIUDG1NS 5c.i .
l rroiu the of Ilia j.lans be boldly made. i, 47 Ladies' Ready-to-V nalny-I 73 Boys' Double-Breasted 2'piece I ()} doz Men's All Wool Camel's i '-I'I'l : t
top a high --- I Day :Skirts: worth ?1.50, suits, all wool, worth ?3, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth fl.50 special 3-I t'

,'. lie said: .It's only on the Und BADBLOOD I 98c each. I $1.0$ suit. $1 ; drawers to match, in White, I I '
h..1.1f a live electric That JOBS run after me. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wedr Rainy- Remember we carry a full line of I Red and Fawn colors. !

". :"u and the wire cannot So Fit I will sail buy a tq cat sex"Out oat, and I Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, i Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk I J J,

'to away worth $1, special sale S2.18 each. I prices to suit everybody.Look Shirts and Drawers. worth $3; spec j

tlure from dogs I'll be secure, I 60 Ladies' Black and Colored at our ShowVindow for ial to close 1.20 each. I ...,. I .
And each night tre I sleep Worned Skirts, worth |1,50, special prices on Ladies' Underwear.We 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed I I I If
-131 Rear-End Collision. To make assurance doubly sure, O\8CAKET do all clalncd, lor tbem sale c each. carry a swell line of Ladles' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at ; !1 I
and wonderful medicine. I bare often
\1 l ,:"in. N ov. 1.-Carly this! A dog "atch I \\ill keep." | wished' are jet a truly a medicine pleasant to take and at laati 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so 2&c ; drawers to match. /: : : -

nind section of a \\'('>tr catboat, hired i I bare blood found baa been it in purled awareu and my bince conipleiiuo ukicg idem batim-m* Skirts, worth $2 50 to {t>, special everybody can wear one. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and i' :' ..
: .:' t train on the North- lIe bought a a crew, ', proved wonderfully aril 1 feel mucb better In every sale $1.98 to $4.9 each.ReadytoWear 70 doz Men's Heavy French Xeck Red All Wool Undershirts at We ; I :,
And one line summer day wa,:' iltti.tiitui! K. eEuim Lutuell,Ten& ,
; Moreno Undershirts, special 20c drawers to match. _
Jackets ;
L :. intotherearofafrgn-! Triumphantly his flag he flew our price t ;
t And gayly bailed away. 11.43 to {9 each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', 1. i
, -i instance: this sde: of CANDY doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and and '
I money by looking at ours before 60 Boy's Girls' Shoes
t'\a't damage is not Eut In midocean one midnight buying. worth &)c, special 35c; that we can save you 25c on. '1

, Rp;.tms; to General Mail 'Twas very. very dark- 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy at J 1.50 drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line I. I I :

f -i, i'c! Conductor GOLS The pilot screamed In sudden" fright to So; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at Soc on l'i : : I -

11. Condon were killed and "I hear a passing bark! I 49 Boys' Double-Breasted piece worth fl, special 7Jc; drawers dollar. We will close them out at f.4{ I .

E 01 :ivan v as cut about the "Oh what la that?" the kitten sail mao, MARS ..iergwPiea&nt. I suit, worth $1.50, special 9Sc suit. match I Just price off other merchants. : [ ;

\ -tssecgers were :injured. The pilot said "I fear '

-_Ill'ney-__' An ocean: gre)'hound's just"ahead and Until Look at Ours. Remember the I. '
And drawing very near! Don't Buy Comforts you Place -

and Tar for coughs Pslauble. Potent. Taste Good. ItoGood.ever5cen.Weaken.or
"Alafkthe! kitten cried. "Alack!
J" : reliable, tried and tested, i This is no paltry pup! ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... i P.E.BR7WNER'S

d I An ocean greyhounds on my track; IuriIq ....., (tm_,. CUfut......... I..J.... 119Tn ,
'ure. w. A. D'Alembertc, I I may as well give up!"

I- Palafox St. I I -Carol}'n Wells ia St. Nicholas. Ii fl' U.DIP Sold guuto and CtBE enanntwd Tc&acco by all Ilkblb drugiv I I eL1O5 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. (4tr )- 1 :' : -

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THE LIVING CAR DASHED Your grandmother's doctor ordered I UNPARALLED- RE'I D i

So WITH THE DOWNSTREET Ayer's Sarsaparilla for your father. It's :

Entered It the Post Office at Fensacola, AyerCo..
I 1":1.. lecond-clasi matter. DEADI the same old Sarsaparilla today. ,; .Hu*. I 100 %

orriCK :-Pltt'i Building :211H eoutbralaloz i I _.-

Brother Leads Troops to Cha During

I OF DAMACE. tise Pretender.New the death claim paid H .

Terms: Invariably in Advance. PENSACOLA. I TODAYLocal York Nov. 1.-it is reported i States and Canada by ,

O.' Tear by Mall .. .... ........ ._..._.._.._15 00 I -- that the sultan's brother will leave ; ble Life Assurance S. :

flu Month .... ......... ........... ......... :! 5" accident occurredon the capital today with 2,000 troope to ::1 R, ,.
A most peculiar : paid within one day if:. :
One Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday 10ldreMising quell a local uprising that has broken :,
Tarragona street early this morn- lo'orE'cast-I'artly cloudy to night out near Tesa three proof.
Saturday was All Saints Day and I toys' march

Rates Furnished on Application early in that day throngs of people I fug when a loaded gondola, carrying and Tuesday;light to fresh northeast winds. east of Fez, where a pretender has \II AntI during noji: ,,,illlh; ), '?
thirty tons of coal, ran wild from risen claiming t throne as the sal-! jcar<< Etlicfrcivriit
went to Ht. Michael's and other Temperature in Last 24 Hours: tan's elder brother, says a Times! dispatch 11

above the depot to the intersectionof Maximum._....._................_........... " below US: .
cemeteries and placed flowers on Minimum .................. .._..._._......_ degrees from Tangier, Morocco, by way I
Zirragossa! and Tarragona streets of London. This excels tli*. :-0
li graves of departed ones. w
The pretender. It is saId Is great record. It In- .
where it crashed into switch engine Temperature Elsewhere: an ordinary ;
Yesterday was All Souls Day and soldier but the mountaineersof been approached bjjui: ,

j: PEHSAOOLA, NOV 3, 1902 last night the Catholic cemetery was No. 417, tearing away the cross head, .\ .- ...... ....?....__.....Max..1\:1: kiln n i the district apparently place a pany. :
I breaking the front sill and doing Bismarck...... ........._.........._-5* w : good deal of credit in his pretensions
... ablaze with myriads: of lights sym- Chicago.. ..... ............_........... ft'l *, I "Strongest in tlu \\ ,?
jam.' other damage to the machine. Cincinnati..............._...__t I 51 "
IT begins to look like a head-on bolical of the feast of solemnity held : Galveston ...._ ... ....__74 fit l Arbitration Commission. i THE EQUITAIJLE 11'fL A- _
'II The car was injured but little, and Huron ........ ... ... ..........._....5* 34J ,
collision between Cleveland and I earlier to supplicate for the souls of ; ac ksonville ..........._._ ._ _70 54 Scranton. Pa.. Nov. 1.-The arbitration -I ANCE SOL i n1 i I 1 :
it was placed in its berth, and the Kansas, city_. ..... ..... ......._5l 4il commission, whicH has been making
Bryan. the faithful dead. Keyw I'st ..... ..... ...................71' 7i OF THE :Jl'MlM'OOWLES: .
fuel was taken from it. Memphis! ...... ..... .......... ...__71 54 a tour of observation of the Lack- I
a t TilE hatchet will ever be the souvenir At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon Mobile "'Oo ..... ..._.... ..... "_'7t tS .V. aw anna Valley during the last two
Railroad men stated this morning Montgomery ............... .........T0 #5
_ it of the great dashes for notoriety special services commemorative of New Orleans......................._ 7* lit! days left here on a special train over nHII
O. and Carrie Nation j that the hand brake failed to work. Sew York ........ ..... ..... ........_ S"* 41 the Delaware and Hudson railway at ?
; Washington the sacred day were held at St.Michael's ;:",'ao nail ........._ x 4sSt.
cut. '!, The car was between LaRua: and Louis ....... ........ ..... ...... 74 *'* S o'clock this morning for Wilkesbarrfi. General \;:. i, .
3 rt cemetery. and were attended The commissioners! will th'J'''
J 309 1 8. Palafox M !h, :. -
Belmont streets engine
IT is reported that Schwab has developed by a great many devout an PILES. entire day visiting mines and mining i(

t a mania for throwing away members of the Catholic churche i i struck .it. The automatic coupler :,I Constipation is mostly responsible towns in the W'oming'alJt.\. I I -

} y i He fears to die disgraced, failed catch and the I for pile Mrs 'PS of hard, dry faeces I,
money. to moving car
A select choir rendered the familiar {I packed in the bowel*, press on the Dewet Leaves For Africa. Safe Money ; '
perhaps.; (i started southward. A switchman'! vein to such an extent that the ,
sacred masterpiece, "Nearer My God ,: London. Nov. 1.-General r>wot :
circulation of the blood is intetfered
1 q Is it a sijruof a pro resiva city to I To Thee," in a touching way, andmany ;r jumped on it and applied the brakes j with, the veins in the rectum be- I left London today for South Africa lure at ,Alars! 'l ,

1 r tolerate sidewalks that rise and fall j' but a defect rendered them ageless; come expanded and piles is the reI I lie ua;: heartily cheered by those wno Great
were affected as the last Furnff; .
'f 1 : under the tread of the pedestruc, I I sult. had gathered to see him off.Cut t
VI strains of the old hymn died and the car continued to move on j Cure the constipation br using rium.
"r like the deck of a sea tossed craft? away II !
I I among the gnarled and ancient oaks!' j I!( the down grace toward. the wharf !' HEPATItTUAand the pile. will! this out and take it to any w--w.... -' -- ...
P.KOOME iuformed THE heal them ices if not too far ad drugstore or medicine dealer and a
4; : x ? JAMES E. i Father McCatferty officiated at i increasing in speed. j vanced. .\- HEPATILTR\* entirely -:' get a free sample of Chamberlain'*

jl :A'' } NEWS, during a pleasant: reminis-1 thitime.i Engine 417 was just coming;: up i I free from irritatiuj t' ects. it | Stomach and Liver Tablets, the bet STEAMER LINE Si; :: .

1 a cent chat, that he is no trust magnate ; j i I is well to take it advanced cases! i phyic. They cleanse and invigorate -
k democratic All diy the from Coramandaneia warehousewith to the faeces ft. ,!I the stomach improve the -
j, but a loyil states-: j yesterday beautifulold I keep : s. Sold by all appetite
I lot of rosin and before dril.r, ."I't.... I, and regulate the bowels. R-gu- 3ettveen" 1'errar.'It l I '
man. He looks every inch the part. crowded a car, just I -
1t r 1 cemetery was with visitors I i
; lar size, 2c; per box.Cpita'izst.en llunn l laity I \,
t: l 1 J THE Apulacincola; Times makes: a I the greater number of whom it turned into Railroad street !; Fey Kidney; CursiJ ---------------- S
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Incorporations.NVv "CITY OF \ \ \ ) '
4 'the wild car dashed around the curve j
? timely su .:estion as to organizing; a : had seen loved ones interred at the j oc: ,acys: and bld&r rlF..t. York. Nov. 1-During the

'p ', broom factory. It says : A broom i place. The beautiful floral creation, 'and struck. The crash vra* heard j I,I month of Oitnlxr! the total new capitalization iv Vrt Milton I!-ola.u>':.:).Jiani> ani' \ ,

factory would be a paying investment. ,placed with lavish display upon I! 'for blocks and many people hastened i BIG: FRAUD UNEARTHED. I of incorporation;: in vastfnstates Fare. H'c; It, .'
K Our lands would furnish the i wa# SA:!H.55r..flflO.
i compared 90'1":1: .
'to the sciue. NoboJy was hurt. } -
1' .,it l i employment to a number of people j j mounds and tomb*, were admired I Washed Revenue Stamps Used at Pert I Sl95.1t4.:f"> ;in S-:>ptpmhl>r. $241.87.51! > -

i : and the owners of the factory would ,'; for their beauty as well as for the inspired ) The damaged engine was hauled I Ito of New York. In Alienist! and $i.8Sfi.4nri in Just, JEWELER\ IN HIS

r =, : tI 1 reap splendid returns for their cause for which they were the shop* for repairs. : New York. Nov. 1.-In its first; issue I Deducting the capitalization of th-' '

.a 'wa vestment. in-I I 1'1 I! today a nc w shipping periodical shipping tcoT3liination, $120.nNnnhi.' ,, j

_u --- -- I placed: thereon. It was soon apparent Startling. Hut True. says, according to The World, that in-1 there would! be left the smallest :' NEW STAND

;1 ; 1N 4 Hex. JAM- E. UKOOME commu-j that the day was far more 1: "If every one knew what: a grand I I vestigation led to the discovery before i j amount for any one month this vear. i I

'. i' t nicates to the Pensacola \ its ; :generally observed at this time than ;! 1 medicine Dr. Kind's New Life Pills the repeal of the revenue stamp tax. I
]i i"*," writes D. H. Turner, Dempeyt. I of $4 r ri. k desired information and gives to i a fraud at the port of Ne.\" j Brewery m v j'-w.
c a" i in many year:, and furnished mute | Pa., "you'd fell all you have: York. The fraud was perpetrated Kiontgomery. Ala., Nov. 1.-A. B. '120 South Palafox. f-n. .

the public his reasons", for withdrawing ,I testimonial of the love always heldj| ]in a day. Two weeks'" ue In* made through the use of cancelled anJ I j! Meyer has been appointed temporary I pied by Bas & Gt., .l : i ,
4 :; his candidacy fur secretary of : a new man of me. Infallible for : better prepared that! % r
4f1' 1:1: 1 1 for the departed. It was truly a day : :coi.-tipatmn. stomach and liver washed stamps. The tax is no lons- i receiver of t Montgomery!') brewi-rv greatbaruinsindiun: !
state: ; ": -.w
r' iJ I trouble atV.. A D'.1lenibPtte'sdrop r-r in force except on tea. I by Referee Stratton. of the bankruptcycourt.
J : 14 The Pensacula NEWS of recent date when the living abide for a time t: > His instruction jewelry etc. Call ti. : -
t : -tore. I 1:21 I S.: P.ilut- street. Thp blame is thrown upon the are to continue let me convince you.
gays: "The new broom tru-t will ; with the dead when the patio* the bUl? lJN!.
.i If ; ----- ---- rlrrs! and rmployes of custom hou p J.1.-TJo.l': } : \ -

sweep cleau. \Yonder if James E. long pent-up, veto released an.J I brokers. Individual brokers dis 'ov- A Startling- --- -!" rtpli-e.-- -

t will be iu u::?"' For the benefit of the : REWARDFOR\ i ered the scheme so far as their own

r I NEws I will say, "James E." knows when comfort was sought; and derived | offices were concerned it is said. Iit Very few could believe In looking !' !5 3Aca E etas .1.;
I at A. T. Hoadl-y, a healthy, robetbfackemith ------a :
i. nothing of tl.e "broom trust" and fully in Hoods of I II not knowing that it was part of a g'n- of Tilden. Iud. that for :thernosthtraanReetvein1).. .

j that J.tines E. Uroutue io too loyal a I as a stranger passed through; the I ELOPERS' eral plan contented themselves .wi!:hd"harccing ten years he suffered: each torture

J''& 'l' democrat to be a party to any" ( ancient burying grounds land saw the offending clerks. A.-- I I f rom Rheumatism as few could endure -

', The trusts are tne creatures of the J --- ro ring! to the !story an investigation !' ( and live. But a wonderful J EVERYBODY LOOKS
the! prostrated figure of a faithful < may be Instituted in other cities! I i''change followed his taking: Electric

;j i repubhcau: party, and 'James E."l i wife, loving father, obedient and I I The father! of Miss l.ottieiece of : I Hitters. "Two bottle* wholly curt d FOR THE Et):
'4 has: never, during his whole political' I me," he write, "and I have hot felta
tt a t .r career entertained much as a republican dutiful son or daughter at mall: ; J JI Florala, in a circular to the! police Doer Is Shut on Speaker. twinge; in ever a year." They'

f ; 't mound and I department, h will reward | Chattanooga. Tenn.. XOl.Jud e i j J regulate the Kidney/, purify the Here it i i" fill -
11t k .1 sentiment. He regards he so far from home he says < pay a Moon. Democratic candidate for { "t
I I con.gross 1 blood and cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia -
e r :i=: trusts as: a menace to the welfare of .could not but feel that he walked on I of $lo; for information leadingto : was to have spoken! at the court I Nervousness, improve !"'!1- Creary. They are d"ii.-: r

y' i the country, and his voice has ever I I sacred: ground ; that in some in- 1: the location of his 16- 'e:1r-old ;, )rouse: last night; but tbe court room 'tion aud k'ive perfect health. Try work that can be turu 1 "!.,; ..
'1 F been hear from the political hut-i,j : I was left dark and locked as a Repute : }them. Only 50 cent at 11':1. I prepared to do any kind! .

; 1 l (: ings condemning their methods and stances the sight was too affecting to : daughter; who, lat week left that !Bran sheriff has the custody of tae: afox})'.\mberf-'s drug; tore 121 S. Pal- They put on India null r tnbet
'' denouncing their existence. !j gaze: upon and be hurried away. place with Charles Sbellield, a man I I II I court house. Democrats are very In I on the market on -! JI I r.a :

1l:4; : Being somewhat benevolent: by. I 1| Last night the adjacent walks who is said! to have a wife and children -, dienant. claiming it was a Republican ? theyhl'\"RafulllJ:.- .f I
I j scheme to shut off the meeting. tires iu stock.
a ? nature", "James E." will say: for the were crowded with people, all en- << at Flotnaton. j Doe ,
-t i t your buggy II I Iu;"' I III
_; 5 j tt benefit of the NK\VS: that "James E. i The Carolina ;:! They can makit _' i ,
endeavoring to see the brilliantly illuminated couple are slid to have been Judge Glenn! Resigns. I ITallahassee. Portlandt\ '
;t will be ill if iu 14-not in the' Fla.. Nov. rh ir price*, too are r'hey 1-. .i;,
l lj place at its best, anj.not i'in Pensacolar'tturday, and are 1.-Jiidjo II 1: have ample capital! t.. '
j : trust business, however, but as usuil: : II Jams F. Glenn of the Florida! s'ipreme -
i t peaking and in until the last light flickered and died 'thought to have been one of the I i a first-class carri-ig-; :"
canvassing behalf '' court commission: has resizreJ : Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM repairing: buintcall ?-. I' ,
r of the democratic party, and in addition away did the last person: leave. oupl"s whom D"puty Clerk Burton and leaves today for Tampa. having I on them.

t to hi. Usual custom, will be a j i refused marriage! : license that: day.t I IShelKfld accepted an attractive offer to enter I Scales repaired.

; + t candidate for secretary of state before j 10 CTKK A COM IX OXK I).\y ; I ore of the most successful law fin.IF I ALA. ; !spn'zriL
: i-i 4n nli. 15; E.i-t 4' .
''n tho ?ta'o. No successor has
the democratic of I'.tnl. Tftkf lii\uii\: Rrrtno yet
primary 'uimnt' Tahits.! --- Phone 57.
This "ignatuiH "'J. A bfin appointed I
Mr. :This question i".o bu(9 H ouery I. -

t frequently asked me: "Why did __ i INVESTIGATINGCASSAVA I Stock of all Hi/h-Orarie* American
i I A Violent Attack i f CrMip Cured. { Portland Cement it-rmama." FINE STATIONERY.
4J tr you withdraw a* a candidate: for sec ,
it l "Li* winter 'German "$,ahun German Port
CONVENT SCHOOL t an infant child of :
S P 1 retary of Hlt: :" I wish, through ; GROWING: mine had croup in a violent form," land Cement, Kings: N. Y. Calcined

1 ,, the columns of your journal, with ays Elder John \V. Iligers, a Christian i Placer. HenJHle Cement, kept at''!

r the hope that the state' pre*s will re-1 ROLL OF HONOR!' __ i Evangeli-t, of Filley. )[0. "I j I Norfolk. Port-mouth, Charleston, : C. V. Thompson Nj
t her few doses of"Chamber savanuah.Jack -onville, J fu'Ilcola,
4 I gave ]Palafox street, '
friend haj' -
produce, give to *, and the
,;lt t. my __ l'rd.1.! Tracy, of the biological: lam's Cough; Remedy and in a short Mobile, New Orlfan*, O'ilveston.: j IWe I
I public, my reasons for withdrawing. I all mike 1 new supply of Liv! :i., i
i i time' all danger; was pat and the shipment; direct from .
a A few before I I : child "' Mills wherever we J Papers, white bluff a.: I '
4 i l day announced U1I| Senior Girl*-:Mi*-es Louisa Hie-1 ex-peered recovered. Thi remednot get cheapfg' i
candidacy secretary of state i :, only cures croup, bat when ;given freight rate Sole l selling agent for ]Envelopes: to match tiff;; ,
bighauer; Mi.'gie: M. Hatton. Mamie 1 the ttr.-t "Alabamt" and southern '
a soon as Cro
wa told that the state campaign: i from an extended trip through Texas 5rmptontappear, ? also Foreign; Mail Tabi-t-; ,
will the attack. It Brand, Portland Cement,
1. con'ai'i- Magnolia
Hatton prevent -
: Maggie Estell
; McHugh, velopes to match, i ..
committee would make !
( appointments and )lis?issipri. Prof. Tracy comes no opium or oth r harmful Yates, Isabel Grant. Annie Walshe, made J Penholders. Elatkb',. .. ,
k for all tate candidate* that I I here for the purpose of investigating -:' : mar be given a* confidently to near BlrmiugLam.Correspondence -

they might! appear before the people: Adi McHugh, Florence Burn, !' .I' baby as to an adult. For ale ball *\ etc.. always on hand.
the cultivation ef the Cassava drug 5ist3JllJ -'Jicine dealer: Solicited. I'hone234.c:1nsn..
t s to expret'1 them their politicalviews. Sybil Babe, Katee Grahams, Marie 'i j jSteel plant, which has now come into -
In thi! I wi: disipprintpd! 'I'
Katie: Cusach prominence as a food for cattle. He
y as the comu.itteu decided to make : : .
Senior 15 Masters will look over the ranch of the .
I y -- Thomas .owansdown ,
Flour. 'i'tt I' : '
110 appuiuttneutand having, at tie ;| I eeaut
!Southern states Lumber Co. i
,1 t earnest -iicit-ition of friend, an- :j; Johnson. Gregory Quina, Paul near e.g-.i ,
I I Mnscogee. the fame of which has
tF nouuced my cindidacy only six Riera, Mallory Riera, Clarence t/ Licf/ 1i2 .cAV..t
the i' spread throughout the country. HAS NO EQUAL TAKE NO 0 T NER. .
: weeks prior to clo-insj of the [ P.rown George HilliarJ.Kindergarten --- --- --

campaign, and finding that 1 had'' I A BAD LIVER CURED. ]Fleishmann's
Mi-es Blanche Yeast and Swansdown Flour will All kinds of <:h not sutticient time to thoroughly: A bad liver i* the cause of most of
canvass one-fourth of the counties: McHngh. Hilda Tonart Luelle'Yniestr1 the iIUwuli' which the human buds make the best bread that can be produced. J JWE rocking chairs u'! M a/'' : "'

"f i4e', before the campaign closed, I vi-it- i'' Katie Haines, Gertie : sutlers. The best way to overcome S'' Ouina's.. Prices arc I'i

f l ed and consulted those friend* WhO:| Roche, F.ula Alfred, Katie Motta.: i i i this have uucoiutortabie a liver remedy condition upon which i is to \ ARE AGENTS FOR BOTfj l I'
.f l were most prominent ia bringing X.1nnie"e: uI'Y, Julia Johnson, you can depend. HEPATICTKA {OUR :FRESHLY
r me out and with their approval I' j is the thing which will !give you .I PARCHED COFFEE ow.Hotel
J s 1 Frances Christie Eva Hall, Matters great deal of pleasure from its use
; withdrew my candidacy, promising 1 HAS NO UAL. DOXT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. ]j Camden
I, Bryan, Harrington Johnson, Robert and speedily rf'*:-'rp you to health
ahem and that I .
assuricg myself .
i Mr. Ja 1. McNair of l-eusaeola.
I. t would be candidate for Diaz. Fla., 1 JAS. iVicHUGH Prop., !New: Orleans Grocery.
I i a secretary i i says: nave rnJ some trouble <..'.\II\", .\LVi\M \.
_. J of state before the democratic primary Junior Girls-Mises Lillian McDonald [ i'| with my liver for about a year and I'hone 10."; H and 10 W Infii'lpncia St. I
: of 11AM i a hall I have tried a good many -I Is Now Open to the Public
Very respectfully
: Josephine Holiihand, Hilda kinds of medicine also physician t

a u # -- JAMES E. BKOOME.KNIGHTS I Bicker, Kathleen Furlong, Edith I treatment but found no relief until F. B. BRUCE j jtvn I I under the mauajcemn.: : ,
I took
r ------ -- -- I i HEPAHCURA. One bottle I
Bootke, Lizzie Caapbell. I lias much i
I so improved me tnat I

OF PYTHIAS. I Junior Boys-Masters Clyde Bic- have gained seven pounds in weighti j MRS. S. MIMS
t I i I|i in three weekMy appetite is good '
ker, Arthur KercholTer. Herman j jI j| and that bad taste 1 had in my tAiD L is Ik Spliig mil a illic& tlD I
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of Pensicola. Find\
Peusacola! Lodge No. 3. K. of p.. Hall. John Walsh. Rocoe Thomp I i mouth is all gone. Sold by all druggists i

tPr } regular meeting Monday night;: Nov I .
RATES REASO \.afsl.l.
3, at 7:30 o'clock. Initiation will son. Joseph Hume; *. i: j !
(Guns Ammunition
,1 Fishing Tackle Bicycle and |
t + f iY take place and Special Deputy Grand --- .VK HIM KOU .\. HIDGIW: 1 By the Day, Week r M, '. I.

Chancellor will make an offiiial viit.A :' After DinwrTr :i Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. .
Hot Rolls, at 5 pm IOe i able: Furnih wit'I. fI.. : !
fall attendance requested. Members -
i Market At"rdPublic -.
of sister ledges and visiting assist, dlje: -ti..i n.. :.evo, ili tresa doz., Solomon's. I Hammond and Other Typewriter Typewriter Supplies. All Kinds of f
alter eatlne 'r dri IE tt i heartily: Repairing. Leek and Key Fialr I Solicited.
I' ?. brethren are cordially invited to attend tt prev:at !tonstipat :a take The finest line of sterling silver I High-Grade: Hammerless Guns Kept for RentBlgSupply of Fresh Sbell.1 I Patronage :

l: ., Hood's Pills foods and: !silver novelties is to be all at Low Price i Free !Sample: Rr>nnj-. i
'W H. A. LEE. C. C. i found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to
H. HUKSLEK K. R. S. I I 15 South Palafox Street. : Sandal Rates Made to Tr;'" !
.n I Sold everywhere. 25 cents ,i ;please all. ,, j Men. I


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MOTHER AND BABE- .- f, sir
' B. H. FAIRCHILD No. OOO8. f : '
W. C. O'NEAL President NORTON, Cashier :
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[ UPEXOLSTERER: i. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President' ; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.AMERICAN ;
Sick mother-sick child i.Iiook i.:


HEREi That's the way it works whena Carnet Work and Refinishing Furniture a NATIONAL BANK i : rll

mother is nursing her infant. Specialty. :

.'raiu G. H. Crane and Ed.Ew Scott's Emulsion is an ideal Phone 405. Designated Depository of the United States. ; : f f'
i L i,f .,' "f Atlanta, and W. W. medicine for nursing mothers.It R. K. WHITE Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2:.', 1902. '. :
>i Montgomery, arrived at has a direct effect on the RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. j I !

r J: :" :, silts hotel yesterday milk. Sometimes the motheris Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand Time Loans .. .. ...... ...... ............ .. .. $346,35498 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...,.. .... $200.000.00 ;i. I i

t: M-n Graduate Optician, Demand Loans..... .................. .... 119.949.74 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ..".. .. .... 10,000.00 j ;
.. ,gild pent the day conferring weak; her thin milk does not Overdrafts..... .... .................... .... 638.74 Undivided Profits..... ...... ......... .... 15.256.97;:; I'
yarat j/cai G. B. Prior of II South P Utoi St., PeiiMoItFli U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ..... 214,296.87 Rediscounts ...... ...... ... ... ......... .. .. 64,071.57 : t I
f.;: J ; Manager make the baby grow. Scott'sEmulsion Stocks, secnrites etc.... .................. 2,625.00 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .-.. .... ..... 125,000.00 I, it :
; ttr'. me company. The con- : Furniture and Fixtures; ............. ...... 6,718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 455,036,05 i I i IR
ttt: reference to the in- changes all that. wvw VVrvtiNSNOTES= I. R. Stamps... ...... .... .... ....... ...... 74.86 4 +I
; \U in The rich cod-liver} oil in Scott's Cash Exchange........,...... ......... 178,50592 I i : '
of the telephone I
tt i'1' Emulsion feeds the mother and $869,364.59 $869,364.59 t f !i ;, ill overhead to an under- 1 .
r- { This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I
flow of rich i
which it
n ? -vice, work upon gives a nourishingmilk your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. : !

i 3.: j would bo commenred for the baby. IMM, : '

j trw days.ur.i Engine No. 136 ran oil the track on I5Esasas f. :
The medicine in Scott'sEmulsion
outness; ; in the way of Railroad street at noon. It was replaced -
I It
\ wires not only strengthens after a short delay. 2sasasa ?5ca5 2 :
wui bt to bury strung .RED TAG SALE.
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I' \ ..s "trt.ft. In this way as the mother but goes naturally The East End Democratic club 1

",.' II. nnny: poles will be through the milk and strengthens will hold an important meeting at I r
7:30 o'clock tomorrow night. Every I :
p.i- MEN'S AND BOYS' ,
i Itl i il may: be removed, in the child.Nothing member is requested to attend. I .1' .

.-nit improving ihe ap.treet. '
to harm-all forgoodScott's Mrs. Mamie Deason died at her I N
Wires used '
Emulsion. home on East Garden street, corner : ID Dependable Clothing ; : :
nice telephone coins -
of Ninth avenue, last evening. The ', ,
u 'tit will be placed funeral took place this morning. C S2525"2525'2525 S2S: I
\\V11 send you a little tu try,if ytw l.keSsLllTilJOVXt : -- --- I i
'. and Quality of our Clothing recommend themselves but wbn marked at One-Third :'G! : !
; !: 409 furl street XtwVort_ I Frances' Diplomats Ci- THE Character Style
-nuthern district; gars at Solomon's cts Less than exclusive dealers' prices; it's to your self-interest to make the saving by coming here. +? ;

Ik 11 for Powerful Con\'incers.- : .i l I
Telepl.oaeCo. Windows $
straight. ___ *$-See Our Big Show i

,I '? argot l'o\\lll'fli for REAL ESTATE 500 Pairs Boys' Pants, all wool, 4 to' tOO Boys' Blue Black and Scotch Men's Dre ;; Trou f'r .-Our Line } Ii +
( "hiUlrrn WAS POISONEDA : 13 years, Cheviot Suits to 15; years, Comprie!> all is Good in '
Mother <,rR\, nurs In Men's Fine Trouserings. ; I
HI New Turk Cure 50c pair. .$2.00. f i
"itch, Teething 1>Hiit .\ Look is all we A"k. The Price a. i
the Komola anl TRANSFERS Does the He t. i! !, I
JMIHI te tllllunl"ls.1'lIlgISU.iie. of 360 Pairs Boys' Pant, worth $1.00, 350 Boys' Dross; Suits, all materials: i' Y !
severe cage indirection
..:1 I' -u t>. ulmsted: S.unit l.e- girl Tarragona; street to -- I I 4'to 15 years, 6 to 15 ytars $3 3, S3'3 50, $.i.j, $4 50 up to S6. i 1', ti1!r.: \I ; ;1

negro on : 750 pair. 52 25, $2 50, $3, J.3: .50, f 4, up to$G. i; 11:

conclude she had been poisoned; and .. .. : transfer; j
h" Appreciatpd. :
I Warn and Dry. r Mint be Keen to Our Bijr Khow Windows prove COIl- ,: !
: ""ot-J<'I\e.1\ you dir. she so had the report reach the officer "' :'::/of F?cambia county I; SGO Pairs Hoy Drp''s Pants, worth rhiirf Irrh it wecatldo for yon in ,r I I

'" ii.SwtmtiiiK.horr( the beat, Fred ,, cr: \,. realty were record- p.25,1:! to 15; year., BOYH' Fine TaiKirrd! Dregs! Suits and Top ; : I
on Humphreys. ,.. $3 75 $4.50 $5 .
ill druggists ha11 ,
I ."0,_ .; _"\ ". ed during the weekending $100 pair. OVERCOATS i: cn..A: positive! saving of fci.50
The report soon spread and quite a I """; r& I tofiaeuit.JHtn's:\ i t.
H Saturday, I
commotion was caused among denizens \ 1150 Plaid suits: 6 to 15 YOUTHS' SUITS:: in Cheviots Clays : I
Boys' years $12,50 suits price $10 00Men's
f: "" Nov. 1, 190: all oft IS 1 our f
I and Worsted, 15 to years !
of that thoroughfare. The city I
S which 75c suit. 1
are reported
physician was called! but there was "' 0-7 for THE NEWS by I $5.50, $6, $6( 55, $7.50 to $9! ;50.j ( 15 CO suits, cur prise 12,50 : i

A GULF TRADE no need of his services in the Thos.; C. Watson & Co., real estate loO Boys' Blue Cheviot Suits, 6 to Tousers1 I Men's' i 18,00 suits ear: nice 1 15 5 CO I' I
15 years, 300 Pairs Men's Working tb I :' I
"poison" treatment, and he left. agents Sallie: E. Johnson and husband to $1 60 suit. tl, $L5, $1.50, $:, $._:.23, $2 _0. \1 Men's Top b Coat, $6.00 to 1200 I

A. :\ld.IY, who is solev The girl accused Mary Harris, colored "
.1 A. C. Golf-Part of sec 2G, tp 6 n, r '!s. 1 i! 'I I

r diut' steamships: of havinggiven: her the "doc- 31: w-H9UO. MONDAY'S SPECIALS. i
w t tin i' ,ia- ;tturday; and toted" food, but denied it when that I Emily C. Wright to Alf Brian- I I
Lot 11 and E }< of lot 12, blk 151, I Remainder of all Colored Silk Waists, former- S2.75; I ONE CASE STANDARD PRINTS 10yards ;;.4jc : i i
\1 i w with a Picayune woman was brought before her.A I .... .. ... ..... .. ... .. .. OVE CASE PERCALE LI..It.and Dark, 12'sC J '
I New City-$lb7.50. Pieces ly$3ioto6UO.New'Fall IVrcalps.\ .lOc value.. .. .. ... D'' :c I value, per yard .. . .... .... .. .... .. .. ....IOC 1 I II
the Cre 35;
I : iu -
: r "iwas LIIIKUAL OFFEn.The ;
D. R. Coley and wife to W. R.

I : '.' jiurpo-e of working undersigned will cive a free I Tisdale-1 acres in lot 6, sec 23, tp 5 1

r;..'' 4>t trade via aiv sample Liver of Tablets Chamberlain's to anyone Stomachand : wanting I n, r :31 w -*96.I I offi W. J. & B. FORBES. offi" :
E. A. et al. to W. R.
c t u stew: Orleiuii -, a reliable remedy for disordersof I Pingieton J
the !stomach biliousness! or con- i Ti dale-5(5)( 31 acres of sec 23: tp 5 n, I -- I
: I Tampa. He ---- -
il stipation. This is a new remedy : r 31 w--$550.; If You Buy Them at the Boston !Shoe' Store, They are Good I : j jFORCHEIMER'SE j
1 +i'It. matter and I and a good one. All dru?;ists and W. H. McDavid et al to A. M. Mc Out for l-'cu'r. I

;n ct wit I tr! medicine dealer; : Millan and D. T. Williams-:-3' jateri Biliousness!! and liver disorders at !

\ ,\ :. .', 'r.I:! ':' !1 ,: ASK HIM KOi: .\ Ul'OClXS' :5r. i eat in blocks< 131, 150,156,157: 13S, this season may be prevented by ( } j
-- --- the system with DeVitt'sLittle
lou; I and 177, We.t King tract JfifiGfiC.(; I cleansing !

C. F. Fannin by commissioner to Early Risers. Thee famous '
BEAUTIFUL I little pills Uo not gripe. They move j
WORKMANHURT same1 T interest in same property i the bowels gently but copiously and RUTH-BEULAH :,' I

$:*:?.! :33. I by reason: of the tonic properties,
reDAYk i YACHT COMING Mrs. N. J. Pickett to T. Maloney give tone and strength to the glamK i !

-47 by70 ft of Garden l lots; 16 and Hargis' Pharmacy John Sheppard: ;
I :Sidney: Kahn.Frances'. i2MOL }
: 17, DoueNon tract-Jl. ---- : : Ii
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'';..,' this morning Information was received in Pen- Calvin Terrell and wife Rachael J f j ji
Diplomats Cigars i
,t .' ', tirN, had 1m I sacola yesterday that the beautiful Lock-4 acres of lot 7 in sec 21, tp IIn 1
right at Solomon's-10 otsj I A SHOE TO SUIT THE MOST F.HTIDIOTASTE.. WE HAVE i
r 31 w-$10.
would arrive here shortly
1 yacht
: :r oni-lied by timber j straight. THEM IX ALL THE NEW CREATIONS AND YOU WOULD
Trustees Pensacola City Mission to i
: .I'1 !.! 'i and falling! on stopping on a route to Miami -
Gadsden street M. I] Church, !South t DO WELL TO CALL AND LET US SHOW i
.1 i 1'j/:I /' to walk to Ur.x The Cero belong; to I I.t S. Stewart Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
,i -Lots 1, 2 and 3, block tG: New THEM; TO YOl. I ;
n I' (Is one of rr specialties. (Star Laan.I i ;
: where tie injured of Pitt-burg; a wealthy coal operator City-fl.
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\k ,. i'ii;i tided. It was who i is on board, and his guestsare :1 Same to same-Lot W: in blk 129, I dry. !

loos 1(5( to 18, blk 57, lots 7 to 9, blk I
: i hones were either Justice Shiras of the U. :S. supreme I :
,. ,, 178 and lot 1. blk 270, New City-$1. ; Refrigerators\ have a Boston Shoe Store / [
J and it will pre- court and J. B. Jackson a I :
Benjamin Hilton to W. H. KnLjhtLot i few left, which we will sell \

.t;- it for quite a Put-burg banker The yacht has 13, blk 43, West King tract- at cost. Marston/ $ Oaina

come down the Mississippi river 5 fi;3. I 117 South Palafox. I: i I : :
r '/ our celebratedi from Chi ag>. It will be taken I E. S. Campball and wife to W. T.Newberry .

back to Pitt burg by rail. -1 acre of lot 8, sec 32, tp OPERA HOUSE tN
fit Mattresses.
-- 6 n, r 30 w-?100. ... .._ ,, .---I Ii STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ I .
----- ------ --- { WV It
J' pack Hot Chocolate with
or grow r I: 1
W. H. Morgan to Elvis Morgan !
I; Whipped Cream at Solo i ONE NIGHT ONLY I I
?ttcr than hair I
a .
K acres of sec 36, tp 3 u, r 32 w-|4uU
r'' 'i / half the price. mon's. -- D. W. McMillan: et al to McMillanMill j: Friday, November 7. Will make regular trips between Ii' t l lr. _
Pensacola Point Wa-inngton and i
I Freeport. Leave Baylpn street' llnl'Q{ r
_.. i W. M. Carney and wife to same ,
A Play that will Create the Sensation wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and ar- I ) d.
E '8 of sec :W!, tp 5 n, r 33: w-$1. I II !' ) (
1 :t! lo3eLtCestee/SOC.'eQObea.8f0e110eO1000000et0000I of the rive at Freeport at 6 p. in. -ame day.
Lillian R. Hilliard to J. G., J. C. :
j Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6! *. III-I|
and W. R. Hilllard-l-'J interest in )
; and arrive Pensacola 6 p. in. same ,I'' t tI
.BUY A BUGGY. west 43 ft of argent lot ui and e 12 ft I .- Pfll I :
.. ) day.. Fare round trip ? >; one way *:3. i i iTitos. : AHIjI
/ of lot 51, Old and lots 1
argent City u ,. Y H
e i i8tlm
COSlJoC.lpt.tiu.. i r ., I '

.: tf; roils o to Nancy 4, blk 23 J., Fuller New City and-husband$4>U. to J. i6&0AD S TMO"!? R :I !: -- ---- --- -- ": I : j

0 $$1 0 o G. Hurnliam-Part of sec 2(5( tp 5 u, I "aich for imitation beer;\ II j.;
I IN CASH A o i I i
m < < i ;:i w-S: ,5oo. ''A H"U1ltJre: of Life Founded on I II IOaida's being passed on the public DAILY MENUSComprise !! i j to
e ElviMorgan and wife to W. H. II.
i ii
| Novel, Strathmorp, and i iI for Schlitz; see that every .
: ; :Morgau-E'E of e''_. of sec 2, tp 2 n, of ":\ll1th. ," "I(rider Two "
o author ; '
cork is branded Sclilit.:. Up-to
> II.Date II.
r .K w-$:.!UI). Flags," ( tc, with the popular Act-1 I II i
0 Dishes 1 !
the Mar
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: '"EST: ASSORTMENT! LOWEST PRICES:: ,0& o I". S.;; A. to heirs of John T. Cash I j res-, I II NAVAL tmmtb: 21Al4SUi. 'I I kets of the WorldLadies' : .

Same: I'rnperty-Homestpad I Virginia Drew T r;scott, j jII Afford: : z
i BEERS' REPOSITORY A. I:. Haviland and wife to :Mrs.A. tteporieri Dally for The New tij I' t

E. Haviland 51 acres of sec 35, II Supported by Alexander Frank and I Union Naval SrorfllCG I I r

/ 0 'I tp 2, r :3; w-$ \)). I a Cumpauy: of Carefully BOllI 1'1.' I' { i
"iCO-Bll South Palatox Street, Pensacola, Fla. !
e B. A. Jones and wife to W. J. I i Selected Players. WW _._ ........... (i 15 H.. .... ..... ti ", I Private t .j i l

Golo: V-SOiitw ; _............ ..... '
Jones, trustee-158;; .b'J acres of sec 22, Produced in a Manner Equal to any WO 8 75 U. I
\', : I' New York Production. s_ .... ... ........e5ti r..... .. .. 14 5 1: Dining Parlor.
: 'tp Hickory Wagons. H. H. Babcock Co's Fine Vehicles tp 1 ur30w-l. 3.1......... ... ,... .._.3s) K ..... I 4'i' : ':;:
.. 0 ': Mary C. Tate to J. J. Hooton-S 11 Prlc..*-25; 50. ,;je and $I 00. K .....___ J W; U. .-.', I It. I :

.- j acres of lot 1 in s'.., of the Maura Seats on !'aleVtdDe*d ly at noon. .............. ..... .._. 2 uu t*below 1 :isKPIBITi
grant j'
esc.f..a... ...s..o...... .........e.........; I Louis Boley and wife to W. H. --- Regular Dinner Daily. ,1 f. ; t
Xorthup-Lots 14 to 17 in the Vidal I Saturday November 8. Rot ? Onti. at 5 pm", lOc. ,; I

gra nt-$ .jO. I ONE PERFORMANCE! II j a duz ut Solomon's. I' Short Ordrrn IVr-rnpily I'r i 1!

III: \ While there is life there is
: ron hope
\HQL\ITII I -- Dvcn: wiat a magnificent: ;: watctfor Mini.: Night j or Day J ,If. I )j '
I I WAS afflicted with catarrh ; could hula money? If - $' 'neither taste nor smell and could I I Mfp'inthe jeweler. He will accommodate I v' 4 1 ;
.. .. ,
; hear but little. Ely's Cream Balm you. I H 1 ,.
lt' hiom" lilnio cured it.-Marcus G. fchautz, Kah-
Il I I' you witb.jou'll Had u at '
.S .\. \'K THE LARGEST TOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PENriA- 'Wfl'V.X.J. In His Whirlwind Success, i I ; .j 1 1Nick
I BALM reached OIn BAHI\NCA9. Fla. Oct.1 ; !
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES..GEM CREAM me safely I lI Apostle's I
:,I and the effect i is !surprising. My son :1 2J\ 1'JiKi.: ->ealtd proposals, in : : ,
I'says the first application gave derided !The Auctioneer 'Hplicate, will b received until '
-. BOOK STORE. j relief. Rfspectfullr, Mrs.Franklin 11:30 <,. m., Nov. 1S, l'J! j2, for contructing Popular Restaurant J. t tp
.. Freeman, Dover, N. H. I r! mbnand.'j) ctrio wir- 1: .
A The Balm does not irritate or cause Four Crowded Months; at the Bijou ng: two *tnle; S6:s N. C. O. Quarters k
Line of School Supplier; Tablet; Pencils, Penholder, Etc. !sneeziug Sold by drusirUts at 5i') eta Theatre, New York. Fort McRee, Fla. U. S. re-erves1!
i or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren i I' right;: to rr j j"ct or accept any or all i; H
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. St., New York. rDERIAAGEIET: OF [.rupos'!U ..r ;any part ih..r 'of. In- 4i
__ I nrmatica furcisr.ed ou application.:

Watch your corks; see ...DAVID BELASCO... I J Kuveioppo; contdinin g proposals CA.STonJA: :. i y'j
CHAS. R. JOHNSON -i.iuid b-- marked "Proposal;;; for (lean tl.t T'le i '9 'L'. 1/ 1iAep e.tztma'ur. j

that they are branded Prices 5""') 75c, $I and 100. I'.l uiirr'action, adJrea-: to \.... E. r Lff
21H SOUTH PVUKOX STHEET. Ct i.. Q :M.! au ctl:17aov2t "
I I :Schlit::. Beats; on :ale Thursday at noon. 1. tau 1, I!



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L My pa he always went to school, T utt's Pills Spots on paint which cannot be stirredby
lIe says en' studied hard.
will vanish beneath
\' 'y. when he's Just as old as me I soap water I Is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia
p He knew things by the yard! a rag dipped! in washing; soda or cia If food remains and ..1. 'lfcJ-3n.
your undigested it '.
Arithmetic? lIe knew it all, can
I From dividend to sum I will save the dyspeptic from mary nioinaIVcdflothcs. t bod/. In fact, it does actual damage by c, .. ,!' v tt.!:

I Eat wh.-n hf tel:.- me how It was day s of misery: : and enable: him to tat I should often le fvposej ;# stodiach and poisoning the system. ? l iaiDigosts -,

.ly grandma she says. "Hum!" I whatoer r.e wishes. They preveat I to the il:uit TIllS of the sun.: II s;.\ ct'l.TO a

SICK HEADACHE I that U ntquiv't
a -wiH'tening; promoiive
SIv ra he always got the prize I r, tQNllU ;
't t rw'k For nt\' .r bec' Ute. I cause the food to assimilate and nourish : lest and kl'I. ,' .
I An' when they studied joggerfy I the body, give! keen appetite, It i is said that! two ounce of permanganate What You Eat
1t He knew 'Lout ev'ry state.lie .
of potash; thrown into a cistern It" Kodol .
the sensible
r s.tys he kr.ew the rivers an'Knew DEVELOP FLESHand C remedy. By dices' .L.w ',
1 r all their outs an' ins. when the water has become foul will eat it strengthens the body and at the su.; v"1

Eut when he teila me all of that solid muscle. Elegantly sugar purify it completely. \ the stomach. This! rest soon restores r>.nf, .t JS'J;
My grandma she just grins. \ 0r Cathartics and stimulants aih'
+ Y, Take Try renovating bra s chandelier;* 1\ only reach toe ,
i No Substitute. which hate l-wouje dirty and discolored Kodol cures. It is Nature's tonic. '- .1:1,
My pa he never missed a day Fire years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such hold .
a .,
A-goln' to the school by washing them with! water In earcelygo.. I took quantities of pepsin! and other medlclnpf, but nmhlnif!on -n.J@i!" ",.:t
An' never played no hookey nor ------ which unions hate \ boiled.A drowning man prasps at a straw I grabbed at Kodol I felt aa Improved u ,, **
A vctrctaMe 1ir :rid: for governing er Forgot the teacher's rule.An' A MODERN DRESSER.One I a few bottles am sound and well. GEOBCI 8. MABSU, A Worctj-at-Law. Nucona? ..
1 '' good broom holder be made ('"
equalizing the fl"w of "OLleu's uitnscs; ev'ry class hen ever In may It can't help but do
I -1 j ; which occur Mice in every lunar tionh.'l !j jBRADFIELB'Sj The rest he always led. by putting two long; screws or nails you good.'
I My grandma, when pa talks that way. ]31odelc oil the I.I urn of an Old into the wall about six: feet from the The$1 bottle contains 2>" Just laughs an' shakes her head.My English Stylr.As Prepaid by E. C. DeWlfrt k Co., fhlrago. Sold by all '

'l the twentieth! century marcheson ground. Drop the broom between them Dc Vlll'8 wneb Hazel Salve a IOOthln, healing &pplicUoD! tor p.0.JTH,
i tb" I grandma says 'at toys Is boys. handle! dow. IklD diaoaaeL Beware ot colul\erf.u! td
Its strenuous way one of the noticeable
Female Regulator Is
i,, The same as pas pas. lings; mats or carpets can be cleaned!
fi An' when I ast her what she means characteristics of Its John
Y progressIs ; tjheppard,Hariris' Pharmacy: Sidney K '
1 is the essential qu:litv of pwerful:: herb;. :1 She says It Is "because." I'I the development of taste for the antique thoroughly by pcneron-ly; sprinkling on

,t It is a C'lucentntc t: F "'i for wO::ten's: delicate organism, and put ia : When they grow s up to men. well dampened i ii clean soapsuds or
niture and artistic accessories for home
3 Because they know how Food they wet.An' .

: l1Y!, at,. each:::mil form tied amt that taken it is into alw'vs the system.pmperljas1 | tell their children- then.Baltimore American. decoration. Not that the antique design; weak few uiiuutis.To amiuouia. water Swcvp off in a rI! U fpn, Sj4 A NT ni.f1MU'c:111 j '
{Stoppagessippres:: >iuapJufalorttCr: Is followed in all its detail; it simply

; iaetrityift1;: : nicntcb..nJ skkly for.-s serves as a model, and the pwlnct of use oil of red cedar as a mothpreventive t ? VYQ { .. td i1.1l! I

9A .y 4it ere corrected an,1 cured Ly the regular .Ah-icntmlniled Profensor.. modern ingenuity; : represents: die best t pleo; .s of cotton batting

tr f f use oi his superior cKiaenagogue.Meitrualiu of the old type modified to meet the 'I bhonld I.e I wet with the oil and placedin - -- -- ..
!.' !, or jeriodic flows necessitate requirementand conform to thestaInhiii closets J.IK! drawn cr tied in the --- ----

a break,; dude of cill: Iriia" the mouths of bags holding garments or
I :s uf the present day. j ;
:',\ oi: ; meuhrace and a r< con>irM'"n .
Wit the Increasing; demand! : for antique beddjig.IViistiini A'r "
.t bier every sickness; thigh is: _l''I.I- 'e '
r:: w.ii marked congestion and 1 1-? 'Jf furururt the decoratixe l'o-t'luil- .: r ii.1'l III.P..I rL V .y

g b:, ,, 1. Such: change: are very apt! to pr. ; VnlnntilrA Rugs: ,
in tptasf .
write Housekeeping urgesa..vint SI'l'l'E"oU TO AVKKYVOOLF01 KI5
4 die clironic: c.tirrh. Li:;ct>rrln.a! or 't. :z.,,
; } i V 't s is the rest:It of these irrtstilg: tip:,. 'f. the practice of putting \ala-

it civ'' ;. Rejcuiator Cures these tr,,':> !vs&n I nih1i rI a,"If rugs; on the' line: every two or three PORTER AND JOBBER O ?

4. y rr, I' .ores, to poltrt Lc.ilth the juljeat I ,,- : I i i'I'!hs and beatuig the dust aiul!, one ia: j{' '

who! s ii reel the iitat.nsf!; : loes.s -. .J: I 'il':io-t tempted to say the very liar Ji RDi\TAP t 1"

iv of,druggists. $:.uo per buttle. ,, tn n I nit of them Perhaps this is not gen- .. 1. I ,..:,.. .

1 r>nr iin: trted brx.k: nailed free, Wi.a it .xl ;E > .' I e.t .:lie iaowlI1len; the surface be- ,

S 7 Perfect Heath: for Women." I i-ti-ie- !soiled\ it can be washed with uufr'.ir Iron, Nail*, AXP t'hJvll I N. Saw Mill and !steal; '

TKZ ERAD FIELD HCCUUTOR: CO., Atlanta, Ca.: i.f injuring the col.Irs. since the Supplies: Cooking: and Heatm:{ Stovr-s, Paii't, I.

,t 1 --I 1 "What are you looking for Professor I' majority of oriental rugs: are washtdrepeatedly Window GIa s, Guns, Pistols and Fi-lnusr T.u h.

t h e'i rnu1hht \eeerrbrr... !i i GUDlI.t'rmitzd before reaching this countr. Agate and Tinware ana IIou erul'Jlishil1 U(i ..oN.gTAGEN.S : .

- j r 4? The tii'uLa*. ct.Lifljiu., to lie mas- :1 "I am I looking; under 'S' for my spec J try. and the dyes ti-t-d are thereby

t fr in any Hue it mjuircs lour years tacles."-Cliieajro News.A -DOOOff E I mellowed and enriched. The lest: ) : FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL u< I\i.; '. "Ql

i of ireful training and preparation. I i method of washing a large rug is to Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Ei: ,

s i t It Is true that the (.>Piortuuitii.> open Misutulemlnndllii stretch and tack it upon a clean floor Wheel Co.. Liftin: & Rand Powder Co., John,on'" 1 : .

1 ti to young ui..n are greater today thanthey I I A tourist.: passing along an English then scour it welt with soap suds. After somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges1 '

ever were before; but, ou the I highway, was anxious to know the MODERN DRESSER IS FOIED OAK. the scouring; it must be thoroughly Coups & Co.'.; Raw Hide Lace Leather, Md v. -

it q other han,!. there never was a period, i!' name of a large wood that lay Just off Itles of the old English; dresser have rinsed to remote all trace of the animal Made Railroad Colors.

? in the! world's history when the qu.ilifications the main road and appealed to a passing come in for recognition; and examplesare I matter in the soap, after which it Masonic Temple Pensacola Fla

1 f reite fur success in any', yokel for information. sought after with an eagerness:: .j should nut be removed until it is perfectly :

:-4 y ;Vi line of worthy endeavor were of a ,I "My man," frays the traveler, "can that would have caused considerable dried.! Then it will not shrink! .

} higher character, says :'UCCl'>'S. The i you tell me the name ot that \\'oodr' surprise a few decades ago. Whether and will he; perfectly flat upon the

Yokel-Witchwood. a genuine antique or a modified type, floor. A small be tacked
criisan, the turner, the business man, rug may upon
sips i s the eltTiijinan: the rh\'sil' all. the lawyer I Tourist-That wood. the dresser is seen at its best In a moderate the side of the house or barn scoured] The Star
tT'I Laundry
,: : the scientist each in his variousrank J Yokdltt.'hwooJ.TourlstWby sized" mum and with furniture as if on a dour and then rinsed with ,

g C II1I1"t prepare to reach up to ever that wood over there. that is in accord. Under such circunitf the Lo e."

*} ,T..i"-iii: ideals if he would attain his Are you blind! ? inces it makes an admirable substitute -

+ NP full 1 I..:dit I I'f' Yokel-V"itchwood. for the highly; ornamented sideboard A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY.J. Biggest, Busiest, Best !

of v 4 b.R Tourist-Are you drunk or mad or that has been so much in evidence X. Patterson, nizht policemanof

is Iii 4 l. ; 1'0'" J.IC'1..I. ll.ilr.i Loth. (Pointing.; ) That wood. during; the past-few j'l'ars.s a medium Nashua, Ia., write- : "Lm winterI

,' e i It,,ij' bi4; enough to ban reached i i Yoktl-1 should think you be the mad fur the display of a collection! of had a bad cold on my lungs and f .
1 un. (Departs chuckling.) old pewter or antique china or pewter tried at least half dozfn'advertiedcousin e I I
X tin Mii-jeet of races of men-not horsesti' :
t ; Yit .:, h! :- 'eiitrrajihy class was asked to 1: And it wasu't till the traveler: looked ware a dresser modeled! on the lines of i I j I medicines and had treatment I: They Spank
trim two Phy"iciawithout ,
the old Lngli--li: household treasure I ; getting;
at a map that he realized! that the can
11'7 : a?" r.l.ithe; ue;:rj. His answer. "The benefu. A friend rfcommended I IFuiey's

i-f ; L+ tt u' ':1", has kicking hair and prtMhi'insbowed I I II j i: name of the spot was "Witchwood. hardly be excelled. The modern ex- any Honey and Tar and two- I

s ft k; t .. p;.- -- that hhad at It.istid London King. ample here shown in fumed oak is one thins of a bottle cured me. I consider ;
k f ThemseIreseletthfOrbirt
of the lest of its kind f !
ut& 1' designs; obtain it the \ -
+ '' the! teacher when !she spiike of tlcath and Lit ILLI'lilluooiilipr. greatest cousin and lung c.,(.'
+ 1.1" knity" hair and 1.rnj''t.thl I'ps: able. The impression of strength and medicine in the world.1'. A. .
.i w 'SIar.u'l : !iri/ii.s: his dark skinned broth certain philosopher S in th solidity requisite in a piece of furni- I D'Alelnberte,121 S. Pdlafox St. ?
t habit of !saying whenever he beard thai .r '\ -. I
ture of this kind is enhanced by the -- --- I
er. Ilis answer rially was not so fang I .
g : ai >' .:> the remark made by a "' I| an old, friend had passed! away: \h stout turned pilasters supporting theupper ASK HIM FOrt A Hl'DCIVS'!! 5c i and Cull we L'lund"rj; ,
: well death: comes to us all. 11 is no pert ---- ---- tiiem-tlves.
c. : J who in ;peaking of her sister said fl'll.1 and middle shelves and the They will tilk .

;A iiL-lx.: "ili. she's all eoustruod.. so thing; It is what we must expect hinges and lock plates of hammeredIron. CURES WEAK MEN FREE. than: we Coin. \\ e want t" i II !

t '- we had to take her to the hospital for I I Pass me the butter, my dear. Yes The design: is also In keeping, /' r inoroby the work we d" t .
i death comes to all, and friend'1time -
.4 I with the toward
I tendency simplicity
,, a rwrl".rmunce.-Xcw York IliralU.Their what we say.
had come. lusu-en Lute and Home '
I I observable, In modern taste with regard a happy 9
e I'ntr.The Now, Death overheard these philO'ojihiral to furniture.A for All
f3j 3 late Dr. Ti linage; once called onUs !: remarks at different times How tiny man may quickly cure hiniwir I

t p4 ; IIWJIT and found two of his parishioners cud one day he showed himself to thephilosopher. C"linnry'rl,1.I.. after ness' years iot'llall1)ot suSff:', ring night from losnt 1':1.l/tl*,: \ \\'lIk-1] 'ALL WORK c. o. D. Gods Called for and Mmi l F F. "

? : r there on legal: business of ain etc.. and nilarKfMinill weak organs to dud
y i 'i\ ate ratlin I I "1 am Death" paid he The tip to date housewife is net on sizrf and Mtfor. amply send your nani- TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST-
'Y I simply. to all the "culinary wrinkles" if she .: and aJJrrtiS to Dr. Knapp Medical ( o., 1-;'
.\h. doctor. rallM the lawyer !nrreetiiiA "(;iii away," said the man. In a panic. | Hull Kuildini Detroit. Mich. and
M t' .r : ; "KO-JI; innnui:1:e! ileiv are two "1 am not ready for I does not keep a pot of beef extract in will gladly scud free re eipt with full tht"1 WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
( z7' you. her larder and the 1 lions that ell'iI'l"url'/llm- ,
'' possess; knowledge; to am man may
\ wr fi'H-k. M.iy I : I ask without 1miliiejKv -
"Yes, but it is of I
favorite self home Thia
one your : at isci-rtalnlv a mot Ufii-
I of how to use It. It Is a mistaken idea :
t ',: If you regard them as black truisms that Death all |Ierousclterandlhefahowingextraetatak.'nfrom : '
conies t<> and 1 '
p that extracts of beef are only of u"e'i the'Ird-vily mall bbow what men think
< r < !I' or whites':4k j am but proving your words." In case of sickness. Of course they I I pj their II'nl'ro'ty. WB :JuLY: CIIEDULl' NOTICE OF ELECTION.
: + "I tlin't Luow ns yet. repllwl Tal-: "'; You dreadful:" "lu-ar''leaso' my tlncfretlmnks -
< 0 away are of Tot 'beri'Iuf: }Eifai ln.t, i "'.-a\ ->
dryly "whetber they're black c.r''I are greatestahte then, but they I for yours of rtcntiv.. I tiapivenyo'ir \>* FOR STEAM r.IvI"lON
1'e "Xo more dreadful titan I always treatment thorough Florida
? :I are also of iuistiinablealue in the ordinary a tt/t !;.. it known that I. II! t '
if \ i
S4 that
T1; t11 white but I'm certain they ve- am. Hut'h have you changed sol has be-n extmordinnry. It has P \1COLA. ELECTUlCTEiii1IR?\ '
::1 I i main here fleeced. kitchen work as the extract contpletetybrar..d ma up. I am just as Secretaryoftateof thUt' >
lung tla-y'UlJe
I| r..a I line ever feared the death: that takes the place, of meat and soup !bones vigorous when 1ho and you cannot UAIIATAY COMPANY.Trails do hereby give notice that nItAL'r1
I has < iie too, >:r friend1 nee realize bow Imppv i am." UE} L : 1 '.
yt. it ia soupmaking. supplies the foundation "nearMrsoiir DlI'thotl'nrkl'd tr eve "ensBcol* for the LiHilityou
beauti >< '
Yearn T .
">imrp will beheld in ECana: i
wr t. I [!WI nil y, u fwhhcri i I earned off jour fur gravies and meat sauces and fully !i..u't'rl'\ t'xMtly'hAI I neided.Sireneth KIR Bayou, HV "irlngtca, JCa y tart: 1-'Iorldlon Tuesday u. t:
To be r Jif-vtd! frsai torturing dis- .dd I ">i.i i;b:: !::<. You hat e always >aid.ll and vigor have comolc'ely returned '- I and tort Brrfvac atilfa.u.arrlveatFort first Monday ID Vov-mi
also strengthens and C.-nors stews, and .
enlargement it entirely' suti -
1 r after i- tue day <-f :,!11 flishSluiH I11I.1' fiictory.' K % 7J.'I.,1I said Tueoday being theKJl'KTH
ei- forty yeir.-1 torture mightwell i curries and salads. A quarter of ateaspoonful
I'l.-wa.ia.srrlve at Fort Knrrtncas lets
Dear Sirs-Yours wns recelvd and I hal ".a 1>1Y OK S''"
c lure! th g'-ititudn nf any one. an e.\icjitu in favor of your of the extract to a cup of no truuMeia ninkine U"*> of Hit rticeipt ai 1.'., ...m. rrlveat Hor; Harranoai la ipBSSO .
JIi-: !:1' tort tiirrancas "or onp H r preaenttm' "'
: t.
p. Spa
; rtlr..crt'd.aud ,
can truthfully .1\\11 Is lv
That i i. whit D-jWitt* Witch Hazel 1 l..oiliu'Iltl.'r and seasoned with ep- a >ontowetk e:15pmarrtveae1'oritarranese 7tops'halont.arrlvtatFo liftriet of t iir .
.. i- : I .Y( <. f" r I am n >t ready" per and salt makes a delicious and .trenittli nifii.and I am vigor gritty" improvrd" insize. 'BnrraccM, 8 >5p.e nanlli Cnngrensof tb>-I I'i.lor : ,
Halve did for l\ ( 0.
liuney. t nova, "Uiit I a in. Your time has COlll('. Do harmless stimulant at all times, and All "rr"'-I'Qn'/t'nct' ,- Mrn-ti\, cnnridt I Trtlnj 'eive tort hirranoailcr i-et.. Secretary.. of tatl' oiIlnridr.
He says : "DeV.'itfiVitcli Hazel not '. Y. friends will tint netted m plain cal. d >' \\'"lopipi.. I cola at
ri'i :M ir on
I j :go For ( omt/troller of i'.i: ,
i by adding a thin slice of Union to the ...,
4.1''r' n i >ipt U free tin a>kiur and mwau .
H -Ivt* a ur,'d ire of piles afti>r I had :rut:,'i..i ih'r: to-ist. They will tikeit fiery man (0 bat',' ItI" I 7:15a.m. arrive at H-assco! 5X' k, D I Forom'Justice,1 ij ; .,
above and
in l ouill
serving < n
I : > cups you Ibe State of londa.
# >-uT-nii forty <.' Cures cuts I ;i> 1.u.I:!,, "<. Kailruad OH..IJ.-
year have i ._. *
I a nice refreshment t 'tc bun*, wounds iiu di*>w.'is. Rae I every; oiiif.e! th." unexiHK-ted guest. Serve tins with i I I S:')a p m arrive at Pensacnla! .. >:&3 p n. >;;tete For of State Klorlda.Senator for s... ,i '
...... ,
Tiftip.\ m. arrive at FecnAcoia t:
tI 1 the and Death ? vp.
A1! philosopher < I.I District of the State of c.... : .
ware of conutsrfcit Har i i. Pharmacy c plain' crackers. '85 p. m. arrive at fennaco.a._. ti= u.A
a, ; long journey together.liarles For twoMemlK-rsof theml :
I un n Siataroays only .
JohnSheppard. Sidney Kahn. I IVHISVV Ecntativt-sof tboHtateot tlor \". I.
Carte! Loomis In L'randurjsazpte.
-- -- HARPER FAtS!: FOR WEEK DAYS.Penueola Assessor.
I. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. For Tax Collector.
rR 1 t, d n'.tfmrrnonn Out. to Fort H.rr* cci3 and retors *.*. For l''nnty Treasurer
T! who is I Hecsacola to Navy Yard and return__ <:. -
I :! hotS\'i.t"'l"1': without Leis {- F or flue ouuty Comllll.I.! .
J !! An nsglUi Snclunrr.IJi'terley Joseph Kilgour; has r'placedubrl'Y (' ni>acola to Paimeito Bekca and return 'kU5DAT : For three nit mocriiuf iii "<, ,
: .i = t 'j{ <'.:Lilly! !Iii need of rest and recrei Boucicault ."
1 minster 1MJ miles corth of in "Beartstlarue. ICHSDUIS.When of Public instruction.
: "i r.:. Mi! bhoiilj set apart an after "orJustloe..ftbtll'"ac" ri K- i i
London, is the shrine uf:1.. John oiLJperley Wilon Darrett is back again in Lou- weather permit tao running t fallowing J UbtlCtI lJl&tnct.z.
in lie UiiJilie of the e
ii'Kt.i. jrifi-rally
I don from Australia and !has i 'open coacliae.t -00.1.
[ who in the )'t'ar:11.; a new
t \vve\. iiinl oil the b.inie day each week! 3to !.t<..V( 1'er..oo LvYertBarrartu N o. 4.horConstfthlo.
I In '.&S AthelMau.! king of Kuglai.d.: ; play. a14Z In anl: for I.... fJuetlCH '.
I. n.
r f.r if i. m.
: t not diiiuMj: I ti\itl it will too .
;ate several privileges; to the mouasterj. Rose Coghlan; 1 is soon to appear as 11 a. m. i; 31 Dtstrlcttvia:
olteu I le p -,: /'und. This leisure time I 1 Jp.n :-00.1.
I one being! : the privilege; of sauc- Paula in "The Second Mrs. Tan- If I .is .Jpm. !>o.s.
<;iou4 i'e so.'t in rest or recreation, f = p CI.
't.afThs.: : vas not 1I1t'l'dfor manU queray. I p. m >0. *.
p tai
duty fir t.te: liumieut I..hi a> lI,.. Of I *P. a No 5
> i'Kit 'VMS cpen to nil wrongdoers,:: Mr. F. Anstey Las been making: a p n.p.m. No. ..
fOiirsc when jios''i.:!'e these atternooussliuulJ I 6p.m. S .
t! evei'il: tli.'s who ld been guilty of play out of his funny story, "Lyre and r p. m. fheattentlonofthn sbTiT-i- '
be ltenlij "out" in the fresh the law requiring th-ra in r"u--- '
trea>oi. Ir ordinary; cffeus. touch Lancet"It 5 a. PARS FOX IL'A7 the aid election to lit publl-lf '. a
aj and l1uno hiu,'. On stormy days or
here stealing rattle !. t'enawolato Harracoai liar printed in the county if I r
as stealing being paper
is said that Sir; Charles Wyndham I l arQ aid ret _____. ,. ,
when slit, is try tired a Ions;; nap oran nrc a. paper In the county If th re h'published .
backuurd in ueeounts or eiag iu reCeipt .s. Peiiaeola to Pa'aeuo kraob ass the tbcvtiial'!!' r.. ,
in county
I Intends to revive for his
mtl'rltin noxi-1) may refresh: or "Rosemary" .
i r tr.rel._ ,
of su cin'ise! the weary worker. .\ good story I II first appearance in London this season.J. ,< frolaht alvsd.'t.. .'18 e. na in the most public: placet in thtc! ,
r'f I
L } into sanctuary nl.out a mile from the ... -.
y read l-efore aa open tire, is always I s, Ililk-r. a well ':Town chef d'or- 11n Testimony Wherwjf. I have -, "
dun There used be band and amxt'tlt'l-
niouft: tery or to my
:L eiljv, alI luthm l.ot'oiLle: get I chestre, has composed an opera called"Daphne" IL ....J J of the' Male of Hornla. ,it. .'
f.iur cro! "es on the main roads leadingto ;; Every Woman ,
.. :
has.* the captiat t i
aw:.y from home for u-uilly change 1 is S. IS Cassin has written Famous at heme for
t t r.t verey! marking the limit of the I day oi September. A.J J.
tue best; rest.; there; uie, jou will find I the text.George. islntere.tedanddmadkn"w, H. tLA\ PRAWN "1
f urea. In ca.-e* of manslaughter and Generations ab ut Le wo 1 'aMARUL "r". >
"aft'it I murder it was rot suilieicut to be witbia Ober fans been engaged by I past; aep Whirling Spray To George E. Smith,hi-eretar.giber. ( K- s '

l ; one of these cro-ses. P.cfore the D. \\". Truss to create the part of Si Famous now all over vs', ketirwIxhilMrlur.OuaRd..LI-4/-.c? county. ,*-*" ear

eL t.i. .. fugitive could claim sanctuary he must mon P.assett in the production of "J c- I S eslMf* i'' ,

Ff f i TIm. ester the church and teat himself! In a rome: a Poor Man." the World. ,.. ,.........1.1 'a hlkuw.l.ra.Ur If you want a good Bedstead -

: Time IB the:: most paradoxical of ill stone chair known as the "frid stool"or Henry YV. Savage has accepted anew : For tale byDannheisser VI If boo I '-''""..1"IPI.I|..:ly tht ,.a nice Crib for ti t
Ki fr:L. a
acr >i no or
<;- ;h:' thing; ; the pact is gone. the future Is "freed chair." To this place many opera from Ileury W. Blob:* m, I i other tea end romp| for H-

S t51 i not come, Dud the present l-ecomee tiietiast tied for refuge %rom all parts, of the Jr., and Alfred G. Uobyn which hi : Bros. latnol",1 tan: /t bovk+.nd'< "...asn nam tn.taa.wetotaneaM.tatLLt.o.. p baby, go to Marston 41Quina's

# while we attempt to define It country. will produce late this season. I .. I
Room 83! c Times Bldj.. Sew York. .
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:1LI The H-0 ;.R"o..-... !! Company 0 .
,{ : Light Biscuit Light Pastry Light Cafes' "

It; ,1. .: Light Work Light Cost.-SURE and-

Quick-as-a-wink !



9 i t : preparation of forethought f I I

I t i __ made f from much afterthought


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STORIES. .. ;.
SHORT SORE' .JJim iltiPI' 1
Oxford Chimes the brother of The try Making One by Patting It In a ; .
of the 2C HEALING Dig Scrapbook. ii '
., ninety-five Monk, now carries a record of 2:13%, : <.i I.

>''V. ,HI the United States Nora McKlnney. 2:1:% and Lljero Slow healing sores are unsightly painful The nicest way to make a house for s.: ,," .',11 '' !

I : .' i \I'fricb. goldfield: has 2lt'h. are two more new 2:13: trottersfor and dangerous. They are a constant paper dolls is to get a big: scrapbook i i rlH

.1 ... 'I ort-J in northwest Arl McKii.nv.-y, 2lUi- i care and source of anxiety: and worry. lid paste it in. That sounds funny, ) .'
:;,.: It is reported that Nick IIubinger Chronic slow healing Gores are frequently I loesn't it? But it really is.very sim- ,- : ;
the after effects of long "
u"t. southeastern Mask: sold Frank Agan.2:03: {,to Charles ; j,
,. debilitating sickness that leaves the constitution ple.Just ;
., i i luring; the season II. Fit1 of Detroit for matinee purposes. weakened and the Llocd in I j go to some of the furniture I :, s; t.

t. .. oI.L The QiH-stor 2:14?i. was not bred at polluted ran down condition when e shops and ask the salesman to give for Infants and Children. i

,.r -f deaf mutes In the Village farm. He was picked up a scratch, cut simple boil or bruise becomes rou a catalogue. They always have borne the signature .... ; ii
11U.OOC. fearful ulcer that Kind You Have Always Bought has : .
cad to lie over Geers for $400 and belongsto a looking growl not wanted. The '
x \i- aoI old ones that are
i'" year some under his i f(
f u -....- Ulj persons who nre bUn >oiially. and spreads, eating deeper and deeper of Chas II. Fletcher, and has been made : s
pei paper-the
into the flesh in splteof everything that Then bay some piuwheel 30 Allow no ono
S. 15. Kitchell! has taken Dan Wilkes, can be done to check its progress. Old bind that sells for a cent :*. sheet. personal supervision for over years. Imitations and

t t. ", and pastoral Indus! 2KJ: <. vi, home to Coldwater, Mich., and people whose blood is below the standard Have[ several sheets, some plain and to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, tho

.. .\._,''iiUiie lie-public is inc i in a retired bim for the season. lIe could and the circulation sluggish, are often some with patterns. Now you: areready "Juxt-a! <-good" arc but Experiment: and endanger I l

.." m consequence ot beat his record but could not win a tormented with face sores, and indolent, health of Children-Experience against Experiment. I .
of fun. .
and it's
to begin,
d\:''might heat sickly looking ulcers upon the linibs that
'I i
them moment's rest from The first two as the I book liesglen Bought : '
hardly a pages
largest cotton; give The Kind You Have'Always i
the J
MO! be Dr. J. B. Hopper, Uidsewood. N. ,
soon: pain and worry. before are to be the hall M
located you
:,.t| is to be has sold the stallion\ Kurlingaine: BlOOdare ,
the of
The Iimstmcnit Ordinary sores purify Look ill"our catalogue and find two Bears the Signature I .
\ i n y. 2:15'i. brother of Sable: Wilkes 2:18.: liable to become 'I !
S 10.000,000.( by Guy \\ lk's. 2:13\i, to Robert Tait chronic Heal the Sore. Call backed hall chairs and a ha.lrack
r. eatei Cut them out neatly. Choose the dark !
Uussiau" Xorfulk'a.. when the bloodis ,ri
from the weak throw off the andpoi..ons red pinwheel paper' for carpet aud !
l; Slates conies to beat 2:10In too to germs I
The first new performer ,
\\ .'t; Canada. It las: na're California this year was the four- and no amount of external: treatment paste it across the lower part of twopages !
will heal but continueto five inches wide. 'I' I II
tuU-s.; The pric 2OOV4. byNearest. them they In a strip '
: filly Alone I
cents a year-old pacing: grow worse and worse and many I'aste in your (chairs with the hall
35 pouni i
was of John
2L'2'i. the ol
doubled since times terminate ia that most horrible rack lJC't w'enh'm, on the left hand In.

_has,1'Vially reported In McKerron.: 2:10.: Bel all human maladies Cancer. page You can cut doors out of the ....... .. .uun a...... .. w...... em ..... r :! '
During: Crefceus" recent stay at S. S. S. cures slow' healing sores by ]hand side that will +-r era+.u. eo. .__JiJ >
'S 1'JO'! I page In the right ___ "" '"" !Ii --- '
: .
Dec. n
t u- from mont park, rhlliilelpula.! preparing for; purifjiag and invigorating; germ- lead into a drawing room on the next : i i
grand total laaen.luted blood and purging the --- I '
-seuts a Kennardthe ,
;pl. his exhibition there twirl dark red I
.. t.tiI;, 021 deaths, in cot daughter of the Ics system of all corrupt matter, thus striking two p-igcs.: Make: portieres of f I

_-_ ,14 eases and 31'J: deaths I eight-year-old; ; the world'schampion ; rt the real carve and removing everyhindrance tissue paper ami paste! across the door. W. B. WRIGHT CCflIPAKY ( :
: of 1001. see of the track, drove to a r ipid cure, and this is the You wi'l' be able to get all sorts of -ir.i: i
: period I I It It
mile in 2:03. !
a only possible wad to read these deeplj tliinir to furnish the Louse with from

rooted, dangerous places. S. S. S the different catalogues and even ornaments t MANtJFAOTUKEKF AND DEALERS IN I

PHYSICIANS: PRESCRIBE IT. W. A. Herren of Finch, Ark.. ,, strenjjtheus. and tones up the circulation, like lamps! from shops where

i\.t! winded phyiciar: :I rite,, "I wish; to report that Foley' i auu supplies rich,, they sell them and are likely! to have -. LATHS '(I' i I t i ""w
and Tar 3, terribl nutritious bloat tot -- : = '1LUMBER i:
cured I
Honey Cure has u ,
Kidnev .... At a piano maunfaetury i- t '
I "s.
the or.a :. '
safe an troul l the rebuilding! of the i
s r f mud !'In ea.e, of kidney and bladder I I
Iv fur throat an(. that two doctors had liven up." \V ,. S S S constitution and I you rut cMaiu: a catalogue st\U;of piano fio'uwhich f' : 84IEDCTPEES3SQlSfiLEr-: .niti taJ: :; i

great; inecliciinti A. D'Aleaberte, 121 S. I'alafoxSt.Usillcal i healing the sore I'you can cut any I 11'
: 121 S. Puiiifo j I when you get rid oi that y(u prefer for your parlor. I ... J -1 '
i I Society, Atrer.rt'-.n. the old plague spot for all time. I ('h'i> a \light l'lJI"rl'llearl..t fur your | ___ PENHACUI.A. FLA. : l !

r -- If y>u have a slow healing, stubborn j I I'pa'lol'lo'r. It is livtttT to have odd |I '
to giv'e There will be a rerulamCltix. nI's : write us about it,and our Physician!! than! -- ;
? t- t.t' ent sore, .1 of furniture III this room' : i
j iitnk' through th e I the. Penaacola Board of Medical Health offceXT Society r. will advice you without charge. OTh3 the pieces--t'.ff: U U'ng parlor suits. FinllJ': j' e? ALAN ;\r1r 'o 4 If? I

-'dt' .hie articles lurely Ii t; i j ')'clock p.m. Tuesday. Nor 11 an,1 IT:).. i, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. \ pretty; divan, s'-\'eral odd chairs and a j M Ya '

i can fin V sting physicians: are German; I ---- I dphnlvita.-; (.ruts will have\ to ; :a i i I :
V-m. If J'Oi ll''I 'gyited t0 .tt"nd. r'I I cJlalHle" : of l.idics: desks iu orlhr to ; WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> 'IGEK: TRADE 'i t.' I

i D.umcud: uno t 1)R.W. C. DEWEERY, THE FASHIONS.Covert of the ivertist'miuemits !
s'cure it). Look in some :: : JiF '1
i"re i i you bay. I President\ I THIS \VINTEP.THANKViFF.Fl::
and cut
of the newspapers
i L. DE r. DLOCKEK, coatings are much used for I I' \ !
; .t-L: I of (
1 i out pictures Janlinieri's you I ORDERS NCW.
'1 \ J H "m .1r.;", 'Uttf: ; aocretary.ASK I small coats uid jackets have several of those in: your parlop. SEND US YOUR :! I

I In I
and iridescent .
? Changeable If like y,..utn fashion! a mantelpit & Co"
,1't : HIM FOil A Hl'DOllS' of.r wools anll'cl'ets appear Thompson :
; u I silks, satins, (..> In-twivu the windows. Cut it ,

: in now und stylish combinations. out of the pill\\"lu.l'll'lI..r. oak or cherry J

---- ----- I Pretty skirts of pompadour silk are color, mill maku the grate of nar- Manresa Street, Telej.ltone 147. .
': v .._ .'.-=,=,.r,
.,' --' white glace silk 1803. !
t5i peau de cygne: or paste at either end, leaving room ESTABLISHED:

''I ;61i(1 blouse waists made of tucked India enough to stick crumpled bits of red 5 I

> T:7ENTYVORDS mull. and gilt paper inside of it to lx>k like McKENZIE OEETINQ & CO., ;, :,

i The duchess closing is the characteristic tire. ,-

feature of a stylish new shirt Some catalogues Love tall pier mirrors -DEALERS IS- 0 to I

E,} '-Fcm-' [Eel\] waist that may be made either with or if you prefer one of those to till o ::3EO3
i(1( '
without its additional straps and I belt the space between the p: min window Chandlery and General nardUla 1e. !
TWENTY GENTS fj:1 and short pobtilion tabs. Windows in the Iw-drooms may be I

f\a The plainer wool goods will be usedexteiiKiuly cut oat and curtains of white ti uep:1pC'r AND 605 3. PAUAfOX HIJIEET.rLLCIrENOY : i :

for costumes for general pasted over them. These may s-r f-*- i s ., I i : ,
I -n jr f*** ***-
"" wour. Skirts and coats made of these bo tied back with narrow strips: of JOHN A. IiOEBLINO'3 r-'OKH CO.'EOA : i
S made with fagoteil blue plnwhiH 1 paper. I'.itlsteads maybe IEVERE COPPER i
rule PUMPS.'fci
cloths are as a A. 1J rgIHJON'S\ : ::
\ One Cent a WIRE KOP13
in l.iccspreads
invested handsome from catalogues and also :
?:; inumnt slot seams and finished with cut .
results. There is no | and \ One \:1.tS. %sstial icsraw5sts I t i.rfs s+chrs, UI2I
l'I1U .r'! a brings wonderful buttons. pilUwKhams. t+ trda PL4! !!. ;!iis i ,
I a want pink rose clusters arc! tilt'!:!' cUilogtu's from the linen shops \ ;8. LO S. BTU j ,
.' .' ...,j" medium in the state for realizing: rfj S Sm111 pale COllPAM
decoration in the or any of the wholesale Pil-t.' Benevolent Assoiation. ,
as a coiffure A ent for fir :
worn rollactin
.,,. columns. j; HrualhnIt can't get I C. McKenzie Oertmit i i
!. < wreath on lower you .
t' 'I": M evening; arranged:; in a trailing: -.
which Js the bi-lspreuls. you can make theta \ I
around the full roil of hair I \

HAVE YOU Ah WANTtea dressed high: on the head and! fastened] nut of while tissue. l..eaa span- ; \ i : I
with a tlack'e1'l.'t bow.-New York underneath them, so that you can covers"whtn slip \ THE GARDEN I III

the paiH-r dolls "under the ,
Tost. .
yon put them to In' L Q-OF-O t ;' .

A .', > '. 't.B C Notoriety Wanted. I, GARDEN. Cut the pillows out of white tissue II !

'' '.r'' ..i.n 1. Opinion Wanted. I ORCHARD AND paper: tiny squares underneath earof .1.1' ZPensacolgi, PIIOr1da", f,: ; !
'I' ..r II \ '
Wanted. which you may {place a 1IIJ\lIllit I
1-; \\ ti I partner: Dwarf pear trees are valuable because -
I I "cotton hitting It you want to oral t' f I I ;
0 : \\" d. Quilters WuuteJ. ; they bear early. I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ,
look "comfy. ,
Wanted. foi r
E. r 'u t-l. Rooms I'ottiu; cf hyacinths and tclips I washstand in th ,
Yon must have a !
F Ir'.rnr.. / : .> 'Hi.G'i Ser"ant'Yauted.. winter blooming may be done at anj bitlnujni. although if you want to Itt\.. Beautiful Lots for Sale. r : ,

Teams Wantfd.Uuionmen time now. inigh i
"i' r I a very up to date apartment you

H :- WI' :. Wanted.Vehicles I Good, straight stems arc or other desirable treesbut lithe rut a door out of the page that will'! 10x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord '
Wanted young :apple pear bathroom. Get ;a
I 11.1'I >r'd.. plenty of clean, bright! roots is or lead into containing a smart Uitutuhs and n\1 ing to location and surroundings.Jxceptionally f
'. J I.-. :' \\ : 'ed. Wives Wanted.K catalogue : I
,f Ji. greater uni Wanted. the pretty View
-, r W 'td. Xperience ] Select btooky treeswita rather low mioWaday's.Th'n Gorl.NeTghbrd, Beautiful ,

L \\nt... Ytu'rewautedtohlvE': ft.t heads. If they have plenty of sidi :.''> to sonitf wall paper sun High, Dry Fertile Lands. l
Zeal enough; to place a .. indicafr .' .
w Uitl'd.
M all the better, as small pieo
shoots a
: \ anl ask them to give you i .

E@ I plenty of ;good roots. of the tiled patter that is I used on ballroom The grandest opportunity for investment ever : i : }
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orchard, unlike the com :
1.1. The family walls.It offered in Pensacola. !
A nierml orchard requires a good manj is i! a printnntiou to ]have (':11'1 I :

11I1U\Q it \ nntHt I Rome Seekers
< "i 1111.1 l
.MU. \ \ O.l WEEK OR M2HTH. \ all through; the season.MnsMs a blue nniiii and a pink ria.ul ::
: I I
h 1J I and lichens adhering: to thE violet ru+t'n. 1'1' a dainty green r.ullI :

L, ,_, ..__ _____ ..-. .s=iin I bark of trees are parasitic. They tall!: would! be lrt.tty.-Xl'W York Herald.\ I ALVC1ubbs il
'w.. 'I WI"L' --- '-- --:'-. ,
: : I I'l'lJl1hCI' nouris-hnii'iit from the trees, and wort

an injury by aflonline a hiding: place! Mnkc n :\I"I,1IOn. : 1 i '
Ilovr to
l.ON.U.: Streets. ;
IA1a111.. and AJcainz
I Garden
.,.,..,,...,. I Ir1'0 for vermin and by shutting out tbi To build our little nni'-UMl h ill-tTlI:: I Corner .

... tIIln..r: ,..lInFit. I lightI Meta ::1 ittuunon but clean cgar :
\\ .111111; LAM: IWXKUS: OR DKALKRS: -- : mint we ; i
,. I.iiigllBm Ibv otnc I"t Havt-you IWII1II1! l or Turpentine Lootcorsair' : ,I Itox. \Ve Insert little tacks in hot ". C. SKttNT! 'VM. KNOWL.K8.; W.K.unR.1R.. J. B, HEKHX.I'resldont : } t i iI
u'" onli "I If howme fuii particuUrs. r.ox CYNICISMS.A tli tancl'.o\, a t'ict+-Presldant. Ca'btor. Ass't CahterFirst 1 \
.. sides at in
I ,1 I -en K-ngth r
building.i itf :Jill,Jacksonville, I> 1a. :iiiolw1IA1K I ; l !
-- ----- - -- -- learns sooner than a boy tha I 1 :B
girl I i
'. 'rr.1 l't> I4LNl). (. ()') Uti U
-, ... ... -------- ------ _V it is necessary to conceal many thing i _' i iI iI I f1at1onal lJan j

N ii.m unproved real ei'null SARAH BKlK5>K-ManuIr.ctnr(' I from company.
"I I '" amounts lo'\\ 11\8. dealer In Hair Goods, Huts. 'rou..tItlel" : Ever think how many times a man
ill on L..*"" E. Brook:. \ i. llblr Oil.tlte.,B.v '. Uovernraeiit I how few ,
a'' 'I .. !S. I'nUtux. HI., HsluSmlm reel. I escapes punishment and i
i times he is grateful for it? OF PENSA.COLA.rLA.

*JU'l'KLOWEU.S E'LOw1Lti'4. We have always wondered that 110 f : Ij
\\ -i'oyou need moOt!y1 : : 1
37IJZDt7T0:31C7r .
M I ant attempted to cur : I
amount you w b:1S1'
i iw any -t.p-gns:1 physician
t ;"i in; and Inwrnrt riiltul.onlinproedcity rl'al' C--UT designs ordered and for cnstomreVlolettb : I i rheumatism by cutting: out the bones.A I WM. H. KNOV/LE3 W A. BLO .JNT, F, C. BREVT-. K. HYEP., JID. I i '
e,. .. ti-bvr.&it'i: ttoulh PAl'. N1ss Moreno. O I I West Uregur I real smooth person Is one win I i G. BRENT,
, t \ lii-lt :/Iktllft I I II
I'one know diSerenco In his
any ;
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r 1. .M':"n'-In-1":ure buy HUH.lmIO'Y.Y your or propertypr sell reM ei<5-. 1.- --= -weir= 1'1:1)- -" I he treatment likes. of those he hates and those \YbOriIOM.: Fen( n &d PeU Bx isiu 1 kll B k\ td d lt I : f

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some A
U > ,ian ile-icrlption,ha\' I All klnas Of emp:! bl't'r In the servant girl problem !
attended to, 'V.\NTtL. H.A. KRIKDMAN' DOYStl1'tATFbnrgantzers tried mean ilhtrltiun. Span thin i
\nut xt-s women seem to have every shown in tae:
rr ,,, I !> K !-n'i'ranc> ngents. t'l'nbar : ; we pay sick, nc.. of getting; a Ion? except: that of teachIng wire from i.ick: tll t.dal'ros> the top :;'We draw oar own Bills of Eichansre on Great Britain, Ireland '.

-, migrate To t'\"t'ryone' \> t cidrnt.deatbandoldacetrilrat:: ": tirentwal I their daughters: to do housework f.f the <-!::al' bas in'l i>u.-i! a sharp cor France, Austria, Italy; llolland. Hpain, Belgium Russia! l1cl ;
s ., inon1 '
lend Germany
\ "n u. w. will contracts. AMKKICAN KK1TKHMT \- t, wood under Ibe i f
-1 house. Hd-tf !-oawtI Atchison Gbe. 1I'rl'd.IIooth l'l..t'e < I other European countries
> a \ Wa-blngton Jl.f. : Hweden. Denmark:: and
the ,
To way; 1trVe
-- -- wires to the 1. ft of the toji. get I

1111. -.\11; 01; 11 KM: :. \\*\-Four; solicitors; apply to t G., There is no couzh! medicine "o popular : ('''rrt.t111." we push small squares of \ seh Disbursed upon the Moet FaTorable Terirp, and theft I

-- 1 street A. 7 ttorntun, s>and o. Jl 10 West o'clock tn ttforenoon. as Foley'a H"ney and Tar. J It wood under each wire and move themto Obligations Takon Payable at Port of negtiratlon Ten or Fifteen Days J i I ;

I F 'R \\1<:" '-.\ country from hon c"r" l"Ocllu" contains no opiates or poisons and II and fro until the! harmony Is reached.All after Vessel Arrives there. I ; : I 1
"ty. (>n..l\llItJ -- -- I fails to cure. W. A. D'Alen; two thin stalls :
on never iirt-d now are ;i'I
'I\r. K"ars'" property we ;
N '.. pll'lItY' of JI.1t ar.. r1STEO-Men: to learn barber trade I berte, 121 S. Palafox St.: I of wood with a cork on one of the I f Safety Deposit Boroa for Rent in Connection 1
"' r'I'r 1\d t1cul"r8 IIPplY Ia' at \ best proposition ever offered. Iore for thoUko i ii .11
:Holmle"I1',1 In ends to IK used as a hammer, and after : with which we have a Priva Apartment
: '! -t r.' '-: experience in one month than shops one C.n.BTORX.a. I I ::1
year. Tools presented wages naturday, \ Um! SosjJ a little practice we can show, BO we i of Ran+Ars. I ,
board mclud'd. write! for catalogue to. Ben the
:reel n..II1. .............. day. Moler Barber College New ttrlean,''I aJ : i hope, very satisfactory results. t
F 'I'I"'' I RenlT'1 KEXT-CO: La. Ezra YOUR HOME FREE! n ;
> 11.Ka\ ) 1..1l. mth privilege 01 -- 1'ur'111elllCt rtbel'a Per Onl. WE WILL

: '"nib, bIIiI'IIl i pulley.pool room, - .... "I nm of Scotch per cent," said little!! !t :, I IIJIh
It 1'"n lIculll.-\thl..tlC lub. -- Wm t..tAy fir cur hand. I f
:S ic Il'tLY tUKMMHEl front rooms fOI:\ IIDNEYDISEASE Ethel In school. Her\ mamma bad told + -: ... Meer luu"1 raWuga. READ THE LETTERS J i : r
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ezposurecentrallyitca'd. ; "" erewtu.tbeam'fi' : irc- udh 1 I
l' rent southern Scotch descent t *' and from vnt patront S J JI
FUn1..1', ;. Apply at lUll East Intendenc her that she was i minis we. rtve U! civptomh Ifff ftTinfrouri r Q. inred timt jMtar 1 l I
Hoclm *i." 3 vifi t thorjg I f
-- ---- street. I r of a M r ur Map ; ** isti* tuiuat. j r !
F \,1 V .'i per cent below cost, a tinE Uul d til & .. Him.i puituM!<> tha meet l'.rbRp.'on'" Mrt .. ..,, '
I1a'\ng! Just from th*tactor;;) For lte.-dit. ua u t I cbou .vf > *o( II.'band- f 'f
:: 1 urnlture, organ, desks ane --- i There's a little boy I know ....,_ TWUI ..,..0 tn ttr, mar..o1. Lag ''/, 1s".Ifta, 1
/ a.ewrNn glaan raus.Cake If I
I..r cent belo' co-t.kt KUbetetorr K. OF A. ball fur rent for dances, E'tc taut. I Who never seems to go rtitJ4awl: rtntutiful i>t44Miiti. Ittinucnit .' i
11. Tarragona St. U C. Win. islurner, Thod. Johi ,
Apply to Downstairs tn just the'regulation way I *lm fc-llonli24 aauf .Soip .1
bon or Olin Murphy. INolm icaEY IPIE uof II' will roll or BllJe or crawl. f & d we It.n a bO-PIr* PI..,. Ket-IKI( a I : 'f
F"Kr t AI.E-The most fleslrable lots I I II lot stten a lul.:1:; G_nalM &:>1 'I I
1 l Go backward Jump or fall, |. ffxn w. Inn 4$ .
J. "'ty on terms by thtl."lsbE' 11ou..c. FOLEY'S Ifml trai i fnll Ala f I
A. ::>.tu.g..nC1 easy, :am. South Palate: JSunrdlllg------_............. ----- II! I But wait? Ob. no! dot once the liv< VT. Inning..rea11OIIt..1){',J,,I Oia.n. oar( h T"tpreIemrrymeehpal..dwhitmyJohci.ul tnrt., it i Iwingd.psnoturordrr.uun J. +
balm 1 )OAKLISO) HOUSE at Wheeler Spring long day. taro Curl.m, w a4 .... 1',...... a.d ,I L
r Wllb-t\.luIdc:; lj 1> MaryKsther. ..a., Mrs.Condon, pnpnetresa. -E. L. Sylvester in St. Nicholas For O II... Lt'U: BESAW forfcm. ntnnrwarr, M-WIIK M"'rdrP ftIMvILI.r. .,
-1',1'1\ I .....
V.F. W S t.araeld. oUt All the comforts of borne i a cfundad. Cc vtiltrcmcdlei II 1! tober. $ flU:" Viiiira.liEKrunimu.. 4'I.metal lr ifpro."r u- i
manlY chow
fO"fftd.l a Yrry
very reasonable rates. Northern tourist C-!.....i." lDoday. sty *,' >n- tniyf>u. NoitKtnt-yr.'ir-L | i ;
t f'J.. t+cbmlJz.t; Hi n'number '!! will find this an Ideal plaoe to spend a por raqch br cm; t II. Wfll t>laiM w-ti then *am'i-m: W and e h..e.:otbT not oak f-a i 't'e: allow you IS daji' tune m "htrb \rl t {
.' '.a< a of tboroushbnauch tlon of the season. ohm t'JI nth Dire nth W drtr.r! tl.> eiuiil and rollivt TWIT V '
!a.qioo..t ,
\. tits oat it frw da1'1. au> Bon t> Hem .... u.. I>M'I atlay. ,
ill t AO.VEi UlTCUISC-i. n. ) Wore payu.g
: be will sell at r"aoniSolw rent physicUas u r!) ,.rQ" .....dul&.. Ira } j

Ftowtira k"or k'taiterals.L'LOWERB Bliddw troubtunscs I. Second & Locust Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. i ; ;
& and I SOAP CO. ;
1v11derlaiien elulat "- "- FUNERALSturn 4asy ''v' siprat i : ., i f i tvil>os o: tio BnciRirno'QuinineTa'ieu: SALVONA ,
_.- ....... .. < -- FOB aM. J : i
.. .1D.ti. /
inbouquet.oripeclaldeugeMiss :
1. promptly .::
1 l\\ t.l\u\r.s: H.MIOOL will I tI' SSt Wett Gregor -
Vlolette Moreno
coil La .oAe<< *;
-lat '\: East Wright street, O' phone Kit. rldlm W. A. D'ALEMBEBTE. .1.\1 ZLrr:y L4. cort b v! '
"I." Margaret Maclay. a.8-tl: ;

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The beet evidence of the
acceptability ofny 62 GASES
CONTAMINATIONw brand of an article of common use la rhouantity
sol'1. GOOD U'CK naUngP01l'dt.r I Shoes
:.t.r Daily News. as.from the start steadily 1 Increa&eJ In corny

Iu the school board ith the Hou e-ke justice to :: Cap-
largely more than half of the entire amount of A RECORD
= tiu Hays and myself, I wish to .tjte Kaking Powder amaumedInthe entire South. :

t: ,it your reporter was in error w.itntat"d A NOTICE REGARDING "(k01) Ll'l'K" iu frequently sold In traliwloaJlots COURT SESSION HELD FOR LADIES
I ,the last ot which rousisuHl of One UunJreJ
h that Superintendent Cock THE WATER SUPPLY. and Mxty-mne frollJ,ar-InaJs. TO-DAY.

l was in such a dc peratetybad: humor

about the article published! on the! I,
Mayor: Jones received a few days Richmond.'IriIB!..
::4r :31st ult. regarding the noon recess in The police court docket was a rec-
a3'o a letter from Parsed Assistant
l the public school : I j oZ525 ' a ord breaker this morning, there baying -
1 surgeon Rosenau: of the Marine I IJ
t I have no recollection of being in i. I .. beeu 62 cases for the mayor's at- 1'AIU
Hospital ,service, regarding the !| [ I
a bad humor :at any time that: day, i I.tention. As a consequence, tb9i
water supply of Pensacola, which he f
I i i court room was crowded with dei -
if I to j
and appeared reporter
your turned over to City Health Officer [ [ i Seems' impossible, bard to believe, but nevertheless iff tra,' ". .
I 1 ifendants witnesses, friends and t\
be mad it was in appearance: Duly 1 ,
Hays, and the litter has issued thejfj PEUSONALS f AND: TUESDAY: ; we will sell the BACH SHOE for Lj. .. .
?; + For Captain Hays, personally, I : spectators, and it was extremely dif-
tt following; notice, which is followEdby I J I Leather[ and Leather all
| Tip Top, this
nave a high regard: and believe that' i 1 Hcult to keep a semblance of order. newest go<),!i-, .:
the letter from Surgeon; Rosenau : 5P 2 saaEP 5u'SZ52525
ue is u faithful public official and I I Four cases were continued, a nolle
To the Public I IPE.NSACOLA Eugene:: Fell who has been in Tal-
,' his intentions are good, and prosse entered in one, eight defend-
y :, FLA., Nov. 1,1002.: Il I labassee five months, has returned I $1 2O

t:ittt he wishes to advance: the best |> Since the cleansing of the stand ants were discharged, one sentence
The :Misses Griffin's dancing; class
Adr mterest" of Peasaeola; : in every way ipe, reservoirs:! and entire pipe ys- will meet at St. Joseph's hall to- I was suspended and the fines aggregated PAIR.

t t at bo cm, and if he will appear ten l of the i'en-acola: Water Com : night.; i $191.I .

..d, 'r* the board of public mnrnct abindoned pany's works well, and situated tha capping in "Long1 of the j Ii'1 Daisy Hyer returned this I The mo-t important transaction I ]Every pair of Shoes bearing the A.CITS trade mark-it _

et k : in: Friday evening; thfe i.b inst., Hollow."a sample hay been: sent to'I'morning from an extended trip toNew I was the trial of twenty-three negro i ,VELOUS. MONDAY: AND TUESDAY ONLY.

t r '! .,i) o'clock, with any iugge-tm.3 the ;;overnmentchemiH at Washington ;- i i York and Washington.David gamblers, captured Saturday night j

t iuke to :said board, he will bs rt.- D. C., for examination, with the: Perry, the well-known prop. by Officers Ray and Frank in afgambling -

r ii, as a gentleman: and LH ug- ; result as stated below m the chem-I,I owner, returned YEsterday!{!, house conducted at the i;

ii ,ia -:i"u-> will receive respectful coo 'iit'scoraffiuaicati-jn to the ll1a -or. :1, morning from a visit of four months j i northwest corner of Bayleu and Zir- ,, MEYER SHOE COt

t I am of the opinion, therefore, that : i in Massaclni-etts. { : ,
fifA ; : : .:ism (( As the school board ragossa Etreets by Jim Goldstuker,
said water is now pure and free from i ii
i i-no meeting on .Saturdays, the i contamination. WM. Hors, I Pulaski Leeds, superintendent of ,colored. Goldstuker was fined $100; }"('(- Fnrni..her* for Cash Onlj.
machinery for the L &: N., was here j' ,
; 't : Health Sol Jenkins, the doorkeeper, who
t q x: !llf..eting'fllbe lelJon Friday, City Oiliser.i I i

pia i 7th first ). I i iV ;atticked I attempted to prevent the officers 102 SOUTH PAI.AFOX STREET.

1'' j i WASHINGTON, Oct. 23: ISO.) !. I ..
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i I from going into the place fined .
t'i :ate! I may, and perhaps di, dif was --- ,
I I Ir | lion} C. M. Jones, Mayor of the Lin of I
; ri 'T ndically from Captain Hays on JVnsacoU, I'easasoJa, Ha. i $25 and twenty-one gamblers were .
a a :Jt" .
$ r : yaaeo o oe!
r,r f aii, tm- subject of noon recess, I do net :u-l: have to inform you that a : QUIET ATBLUFFSfRINCS fined f 10 each, all of which was paid ;D .- --- -- J____.___ ,_ ,__,,_ oJ_ _J J_ 'ttu.

i KUCT that Captain Ht.ys really has bacteriological examination of the I to the marshal before noon. ; '.
*atf i water supply of the City of Pensai i j Dress Goods Specials i
t 4 a ae yet, made up his mind th"at a':' In these cases the defendants
t' ,i cola, with the view to a determination i ) .
change is necessary, and thus far it''! of the presence of intestinal pleaded guilty and thus saved the !i $ ) .

i is with him only a matter of i inquiry I!i bacteria, was requested to be made i court a lot of time. When they I II 1 *. ;) o-AT-o .:

f : t S I will. for his! bentflt: and that of : by Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, state health ALLEGED! RING LEADERS ARE IN ranged up for sentence the line EXtended '
a oliicer of Florida.: This examination : 1 THE BIG
13 ohers who have not investigated I the entire length of the :: 5
has just been completed and we
t .&,t b'lth sides of this que-tiou, state the were unable to find any intestinal i!{! JAIL HERE, HELD WITH I court room. The officers testified!' tJ) .1

=. tk r -ituation: as I see it, and whi h will bacteria. The colon bacillus is j ij i OUT BOND. they went to serve a warrant on a ;', fi 2fl )) .
I I ;
: 1 T t on close examination: I think, be usually taken as an index to pollution -I man whom they had reason to be- 'i ; $ i "
--- 5.00
fund practically corn.ct.a by intestinal di-charges, and J lievewas in the place. Jenkins was I .
we were unable to find this Quiet of the most absolute kind is I.
,' ww @ [ the first place, school No. 1 has organ-1 i' at the door, and when the officers J -
i"m.1 Respectfully, I' reported today at Bluff ) :::)-BUYS THIS OUTFIT :-(# : J
I ; -t : Springs,1 I
t I
children in attendance ; out oft )1. J. ROSE.NAL-, | |I wanted to get in he refused to open .
i where for a time Saturday there I Iexpected o
l I'i- uamber not more than fifty, or 1'assed.lssi-tautPurgeunaud D.itctur > the door. When they finally! got the ,i J 8 YARDS ALL-WOOL MATERIAL ** .< :
trouble of a serious; nature. J I .
a r t ;""i' D-r Bent of them, leave the -ch'>jlI.T. H:gitinc Lib'ratory.ESGAMBIA : : i door key from him the negro pre"sc!' )
------ There are no extra deputies in that i i 4: .< ..01 LARGE SELECTION OF STYLES' !
I. t und for dinner, the other 4oO: or I ed an electric button three times, informing -

l"i per cent, remaining on the -ch n>l f RIFLES'TARGET place! today, but Deputy Sheriffs !i iI the gamblers of the pre=- e :;' REGULAR fJl)(' GRADE .. .. . .. .. . .. ; :

,I Brewton and Shelby are on hand '! 3: uSl: YARDS1I.KUR: VELVET . . .- .
: :gr.'iuideating their lunches and i epee i of officers. This little job cost < WAIST LININGMvIliP .. .. . .. ... .. .. .. : .
and have: conditions well under P: LINING: ... .. .. . .
;i p!tying under the direct supervi-iot SHOOT him j just $25. i iI ,: : _
I i control. I I ) ONE: DOZEN FANCY BUTTONS. .... .. .1 1,' .

; 1 'If tf': uchers in said school. II' SPOOL MLKBIU .. ..... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. oJ I .

: k 1 .; I -satisaed: tha the -- I Deputy Keeling came down from i >H BKAID. .. .. ... .. .. .. .... ..... ;
: } I ) proportionI : The Escambia Rid?s held a target i that place last evening with two I; DESERTED i t WALE BONE .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ..... .j.', .
; d ;'upils! who daily leave the school I ', 0

'r i gn:uuds for dinner from school No. 1 shoot at Magnolia: ; ],cuff yesterday I prisoners. They were Mack: heed, j jj ; FULL VALUE ... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ... ... .$5 j eiu ; : '

a'' i- if 'afternoon with Springfield rules at j colored, arrested for usinj obscene i FROM NAVY : n ,\1IH' - a i great, not greater: than it Hfr : ,I
f ;'- eta .,, 100 yard They lft.the: armory at language on a railroad train, and i! R lor.. .. .. .. . .. .. ... ..... ..... .... . $3.25 +
.i any other school in the city J i 0 1

r' F I have always; believed that the ','l'-5:: p. ra. and returned at (5:10. The 'I Earn Bird, arrested for breaking I{ ti $2 00 Buys 3 yard Fancy Waist Flannel. Lining, i

r :l t p cents had some rights; that teach- i weather: was warm and dry; the I! and entering the home of Mrs. Sarah D. S. ROBINSON, ALABAMA BOY, J t Itegular Buttons, Value Silk, .3. .yards. .. .. .Applique. ..... ...Lace.. ., $2.3::; ..

) 1'I light bright, and the wind at 4 p. m. ;, Norton. The last-named prisoner is ia | :
rand school officers have Samples of thesa :\hterillsVIII be
4 no right I Forwarded on Apili':.:
1 kto I light.; The scares made: were as follows brother of the bad man shot by I .
tv overlook, and one of them is, they i
This Sale Good Until :
I l : Deputy Brewton last Friday. M. Nov. 8th.Special .
I IFir..t 'i
try, 'ive a perfect right to sac wheh I .

r' n'uncl. I A young wmte man named Campbell 1 I). S. Robinson, a de-{:fter from tie) .
"Ir children take
tonne school Total i
; Sale
is ,'. home Lieut. P. :.raddot..3 3 a1 4-1il j was brought down Saturday ji j United States navy, is detained at J Shirt
to dinner; if the lat-I
all the i bergt. P. Abt... ... . 3300 u- G i night on a charge of carrying con- j ;the Montgomery police headquarters *f : Waists. :

teacher has to do is to re- bergt.: J. Morich. .. ... ..3332 0-111!! : ;
sealed weapons. He was jailed instruction from the : !SEE SHOW :
L i,1 irt ud children absent if they ares ;Carp S. dreeubiatt: ... .5432 0-14j i awaiting navy :I \VIMJO\\-:-.
i without bind.Campbell .
M't back in the t-chool room when l"i"uol McCallagb. .... .... .2234 0-111 department, says the Moctgomtry' ; j Sample Skirts, :
.s 1 h
fY is again in SPSSl U. H. loore..3 2 311 0- 81| and tile two Birds are Advertiser of bataidiy. ; I .

tr i t. Anther thing, make: the noon re- .J. 'W. Sutherland. ... ..0 0 00 0- 01 I II alleged to have been leaders of the lubmsou is 19 years old and a'1 o, ) 20c OH Regular; \l"i I"" ..

{ -I[ lawless which __ 0
terrorized the
a- hour gang native of Alabima. His family formerly .
c'IJI1t' long, of 10 per ) of pupils running{ a quarter to wI I town last week, and since they have resided at Deatsville, but it i- IV;! Wear, .It'lcn

'i Private Sutherland must Lave |been arrested it is said everybodyhas said they have recently removed to el, I i o

;J :. h.U-tiiile: to dinner and eating hurL !been furnished with blank cart : been quiet and peaceable. I Texas. The young man enli-ttd in O1; : \f ,i FinE stock ("I"t.
4. ,; : rii 'Jly.! Tit) per cent of them will leave 'I ridges. i i the navy about six mouths ago. *aI j!I Second J-li.. ,

Sheriff tsuiith: Saturday night was i I .... .. .
1f- /Suits .1 1 '
; thchool I
.j! grounds and will
c Extend ,; Second Round. I A reward was offered by the nary: J" .
t 1 a.} ; tne lirjit! of distance to a mile or I Total I seriously considering the matter of i for the capture of Robinson and he $1 L Ov rcoatA for :;'nand :

I' ; Lieut. P. Maddos...... .4 444 3-19jsfrergt. ; Eendin a number of deputy sheriffs: I| was arre-ted in Montgomery by P,itrolman Boys .. . i >- .

i.n.T' :rid a much larger proportion I P. Abt. ..... .. .. .22 S 3 0-10' : ', .
r ,, ,to Bluff Spring on a speciil engine. J. L. Jick-oti. HH will Crack-a-Jack 1'f .
will I !rte returning to the school room> f't5er-t.J..Iorich..3; 332 2-13 ;'I t'tock..111l" ,
( j j ;He sent three probibly bp t:ik"n to tlif ti::vy yard: L! .
I II S. Oreenblatt .4 t1 men heavily I
behind time, thus working.u positive i Corp. 0 0-12 j' at IVn-aLula by PatMm Ja 'ku. .
i T. McCuIlagh..2 3 31 3-15 !armed, and: after they had oa; \ 60c. i
I. i
ti. :
"mry to oar
s stem.
R: :\00re..2 3000- 5jiJ. j arrived they notified the sheriff that J' ____v __ __ ._ ___ _

m I I'o extend: the time one hour will Sutherland... ....3 13 0 o 0- 6 : 1 QOfl; +.N1.e+ 4C1.00l6109.G.e.BeirOblta...0.605.It.e a@6C1 y11
everything was peaceable. Another I MARITIME.
., m >#if1 ; uece--anly extend the hour for oloing -- I I -
'report was made over the long dig
;# : tho *chooN thirty minutes a- .. 80 i --
---- - THOS. WATSON & CO.
I i tance telephone about noon
i yester-I EXPOKTitForNoTttuber ,
ki iitr school! hour are cow at the' : :
SHOOTING 1: day and another report was to date .... ... _.. .. f T"3AKBIVCI
shortly after 11 today.Ed. I ,
r This extension, if thirty minute >
Bird'arm him U"r is In rl'l Horn iwi:, Jensen. Rot:er. I'KVCOIjHKII).\,
t would also work :as an added thirtytniuutt's ,; I dam, to JnoAtlerritttL.o i
j deal yesterday and today, but it bad Br bk ltollo..T'JecklnsNew-Caute-on- Soj'hwjit Corer Palafox and Garden Streets.A .
,,, of time of labor on a bud I Tyne. to master I''
II, been painless Pinca Dr. :lIcIil1andrt'ssed I FEW VERY: DE-IRABLE: DWELLIXG1 ..c ,0( "

j of faithful, hard- orktd and roorl.plId }- i It \Las been a weekly complaint to I n : it today. There is no danger Her ss Inerfid Horn.CLEAPFD.1:. Jensen hv Jno k< ?< J J. *..* .<. ,YOKES AND OFFICE- Jo'o\! i 1. ; '. ,
: teachers. N. H. COOK:, 1: I I :from it. A Mrrntt ft ("0.tor Hotter-Jam with iil tons
the shentl from
Oouldin;; law-abid-: I coal value >7.;)..lAT
j i' V I II .
k ki Superinteadeat. fag citizens that indiscriminate FnTroa In I I Two large dwellings, !-ttory, on North I Two stores connected by li: :
-- i Jnpnn. Qf ARAVIISK. 88Thm street with all mntlprn convonienCP with 8 rooms and kitchen nh'.-. .
shooting was a regular! Sunday oc- I In the oldfii! times in Japnn all the Nor bk Johannes 7JV ,gas 'ater. aid In reeiJencs portion of ( ,
Pallriln Tort of ) I rovernment Street near Tarn"
j daiiiiuiv isinnlar to the old English Spain to Ft-asacoln Lumber Co city Jl1" annum.
COOPER AGAIN curretce: thereabout, and it had I'rentasebole, or separately at :
I lord; had ;treat sport with faltims. as Large and com'urtable dvelliaic. !-'tory rtlntaJ.j .
t. A with gas aad water tbroagbou'. largo lot. :
grown so much that it was positively tLt-" wept out to tbe UU to catch other with outhouses, locattd on the corner ot

IN TROUBLE i iM dangfrous f walk around on that j jtl birds With f.jl( us" The falcons wore''! Fine Steel Die La Ku.. street and StU .'\ve.. $.Jii per month.A j, mint The and fGlnn! rrsiona Balldlne., rt corr._ 10.."r, I Ii
tarI(-d will and used to catch lire !i desirable one-Bfrv dwelling containing for bOJM.
boarding : Apply<;r \J .f.
ly. Sherill .Smith investigated: and j birds:, 7 room and bulb ea* lAnd water i
mostly When
cranes. people now I
Stamped Stationery throughout sooth Irontaz.Ir1bID easyreach
I found that the shooting was done by i j juegroes ;f u uut hunting: with !falcons the ni-u of Kelta&dNnrth Hill car HQI-S. Will ,I J"rjlo5Iorfl-Mt\m. corner Bav's ">
1 L. The Everett tendencia streets, its per moon
Irrepressible COt'reri in i'l.jne hold least lor tie) per annam.Two
who made a practice of go-1 i :: them upon their Cn-
again heard from. TIM i* time he ,> { I rs.S soon as one sits any bird Is admired by every one, and! -?tory dwelllnz containing + rooms, I Afewoffises on Palafox tlr"-t. a
to that Of'''' Melt LintNu -M IIJ N.' KartelooaHreel. "TbiHsen riullJlDg." and ala': ::. iaateroom.ialtable
fug place tsaturdiy I'!
; ; every be lets the fakon rush at the bird: as i is all the but has '
is In the hands of New Orleans polIce rage, hereto- \\ til lease for t--u per annum. for Dle-tl:1:K ji
night. He watched the train and soon as the falcon reaches the bird he
and the charge agai,,>
i' ? i petty larceny. Ha was arraigned; captured one man who is said to down to the prouud. Meanwhile the !I place it beyond the reach of Examine the corks on Genuine Schlitz beer hn:

r- 1 Saturday and entered a plea cf not'' have been the principal disturber. I bolder runs to the pl:1reVh re they are those with a limited purse. every bottle of Schlitz and the name branded on the
found with him and and catches both of them.
pistol was
j guilty. This is the first tiae! : he has'I I Falcons are not \large birds; but as We are now able to offer the I see that they are branded ;cork Dcrit accept SU'If'-

t -r been heard from since he escaped he was released. This summary ac- I,I they belong to the eagle family they I finest and most stylish paper, :' "Schlitz. "_ i, tutes.i .
t I tion, however, had a good effect I are strong and brave and never afraidto --- ---
I with own crest and
your monogram -
from the Mananna reformatory,' not a disturbance occurred go at any bird to hill It, but the men I will repair your watches an3 i You can get your !toltieI
: where he had been sentenced to two in charge of falcons of course take I at prices that place it : Jewelry in first-class! 8 1Ifo. J 1 t at Mar-
i there yesterday, the first time in I IwIthin tpnhnna.C1tEV. \furnished complete
Blount. great; care In feeding. and. taming them. the reach of all. Drop ..
by Judge -- -- --
years i I many months. } ston]$ iuina'soneasy payments -
I i4 : iu and ask to see it. It will be I i NOTICE monthly.

call for Schlitz | Regular communicationof -- ------ weekly or
'ti When you ; FOR SEED OATS a pleasure to us to show own-
; I Escambii: Lode No, 15, you.Goes XKITHEKthfl!: captain
+ r beer see that you get it.\\i Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat, call G F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m., i i "" era British nor M eonsIIfD..S Thornier will of the be ASK HIM 'On A HfDGINS' .-"

c Look at the cork and se eon! !| t Mellen-Crosby Company: at Monday, November 3. Bookstore '; responsible for debts t contracted .
HARRY W. OfEEs. by the crew of bald Teisei.w.: The finest line of umDrellai"; in :
that "Schlitz" is branded' the Alc'iniz; street warehouse. I Secretary. Vf L. Wlttlsa Co.. MAJOR laoaiu. city is at J. I. titepnens'. Go l i'r

J on it. I Phone 334. 29.lm: Ij I W. D'C KESSLER.: W. M. rr. s.1COL.L..\. i CoE>-gnee 3--Ht at them.
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