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 4, 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
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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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Republicans: and For Democrats Fray. Armed I ONE WEEI{ COMMENCING f NUlL 17th Reaches New Orleans 15 Minutes i I

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IN NEW: YORK) end cour.ty ofn"Vrs throughout the! 1. ,..: .
state. They will also pass or. a <'onFtitutinnnl f I ;

amendment! providing for \ RAPID RUN FROM NEW YORK.t DOES SOUTHERN i' 1 1I

:3 and Republicans cl imU! terminal! sentences of C'OD\'ic-tc41 l I ,
Confidence cl criminal Several! titles, including Southerns New Mail Train: Makes I '

Express; Detroit, will! elect city officers Republicans of SCOOP ROADS :: ; i
;:t Intrest Is Manifest Trip 1,374 Miles In 33 Hours and '
today are confident of tin 'i
5 Minutes-Train Carried 20,00i I i
States success of their entire1state, l..:srlslilive ) \ i "
I News: and congressional! tickets. While Poudns cf Mail Into Crescent City Special:: to The Daily News. + i It
the Democrats are predicting! the el-
,\ i,-The last day tion of their candidate for ;governor, Special to The Daily News: Knoxville," Tenn., Nov. 3.-It Is giv 4 I t !

',' ;.- the. leaders of L. T Durand. and: at least three con New Orleans, Nov :2.: -The Southern eo.out. that the Southern railway! has 01., f fif. j Republican gressmen. bought practically all the minority I
railway's new mall flyer to New Orleans ..J '
A.: taking confidence of I which left New York yesterday of tha stock: of the Knoxville! and Ohio ,I I It

O"j i lie state. Predic- Texas Will Go Democratic. morning at 2:30 o'clock and was duo railroad extending from Knoxvllle fJelSico >> ij: I

:1 i !,',000 to 50.000 onn Dallas Tex. Nov. 3.-The indication! I here at 11:5(1: ( came Into the city at 65 miles .' I I t

r\.t' estimates of thd point to the election of the entire stat 11 35: 15 minutes ahead of time. Ttls Stock was practically all hell 'r I i

", !-nea, I'rank Campbell!. Democratic ticket In Texas tomorrow, I r The distant, 1.847 IJllle3Va3 covered by the late E. J. Sanford president -

: .>:s, oaJ Colonel Dunn, and all the Democratic congressional in :3i! hours and 5 minutes and tho of the road, who died last Monday. It "I'

.l MI, are almost the candidates The closest race betweenthe New York morning papers of yesterday Ii Mated that negotiations for the i i

f '..' :r claiming! ; 33.JOO: \ fcr Republicans and Democrats will were on tale here early this afternoon transfer were pending between Colonel '; I

i it37.: ( 0 for Ode!!. be In the fifteenth congressional district. Sanford and President Spencer f i "

'''Ion assert that their where the Republicans have con x yMr .4 r In addition! to serving the rest ol previous to the former's death. President ': i

,j.s.:J on a most thor ccutrated their efforts to elect then the south this new mail service will! Spencer was in Knoxville Thursday !, i I

". 't the situation ant candidate.DEMOCWSiCLAIM. enable: Texas to get eastern mail 21 atd Friday, and it is understood f t t't'I

ttt1e.! .... hours earlier after Nov. 15, when the the dl'l.l:1.5: then closed, with toe
.';?: Governor Ode!! I I trustees the Sanford estate .!
new daily schedule of the Southern I
'K I<>day. where !'io G. KILPATRICK AND THREE OTHEUS; IN THEIR Pactt e's Sunset Limited goes Into effeet. It is also reliably given out that the "" I '
.', and rex th' Southern
purchased the Tennessee : ,
CYCLE DAZZLE ACT The two trains will make close '
'" f'stimatf-1 his nu' ALABAMA connection. Northern, 11 miles long extending; ; ;

,;, i ',II' Color said to' The Dariii0r' Ii.dc: Down a Flight of One Hui-dred i" tep5 nu a Bicycle bySLIDE The train: brluht today 20,000: ( from LaFoIlette to LaFollette Junction i #
Gu/nut. KILL the Knoxvllle\ t ,
: to > 1 by --- ATSICK pounds cf mail and! nine passengers.Southern's on and Ohio.
na t '-.y that I Also: the Harriman and Northea tf rn I II

,- n'e:e far Special to The Daily News: FOR LIFE New Mail Train. I 23 miles long, from Harriman to thor t, 1:' i

Montgomery.;: Ala., Nov. 3.-Electij? MRS. SPP.\Y'8 Dive from Top of a CO-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. Atlanta. Nov. 3,-The first exclusivemail State Coal Mines at Pctros. i, ; ;
Yi Charles F. A representative of the Loulsvllla!! #
"> fQr state cfSrers! and con;regsoitn occurs Splash Cickward Fall in the! Tub 101 Feet above the Ground. train ever operated In fie south
i'- fan: aany ha!!, re- i 11 and Nashville was asked why that
tomorrow, beiug the first time came into Atlanta over the Southern I ,
d v belief that Color federal election The the Names of the Different Shows UnderJJ road did cot buy the Harrlmin ani I !
years wtfn state and arc railway on schedule time fst night. :
Northeastern and the Tennessee
occurred en the same day.Littb This train carries the New York mall .
t :au, .->00 of this to l.atv Separate Tents : ." & is. Northern. He replied that the prices I i
interest is manifeEted and a for the south and southwest and ,
>- I I. :OB tounty, 1.000 by p.-- were too high and that the Louisvilleand ;
light vote Is exported except in the swiftest runner ever put on a railway -
It ., : and 7ti! nag Nashville could build into the s I t i
r Queens fcventh districtfktre, the Republian Under'Jhe: Red Dome. Kagenbeck's Trained Wild in the south. Tho train which
" N Y i I' ,- The Republic and to its likingat f
IT :: y. same territory moro
tight to defeat arrived last night consisted of three
are making a strong ;
Life. Animal Show.KouseUpSidsDown.
' :* "t" .i.t; the Democratic pliii Statue Turning to a less figure. ;
nominee for mail and
the Democratic con cars one baggage car. No : '
' :t; '* tn Kiu: to 14.000 In Queens to i gress. Backman Glass Blowers. passengers are taken on board. It Is generally! believed that th3 I'' k
and :Manhattan and the Bronx Louisville and Nashville! intends to
"t) :'e''icmg the Democratic pint ::)The jOit0 Democrats claim the state by Johnstown Flood. I Wid! Rose. Luck In Thirteen. honeycomb the East Tennessee coal f! i I ,:

'II\ the Bronx to 5',<'wd to to I Streets of India. fields! Immediately after its Jellico- I '
German Village. Bv, sending 13 inile Wm. Rpirey I
Elections In Missouri of Wfilton Furnace Vt., got a box of Knoxville extension! Is completed ani f I ;

St. Louis; N'jv. 3.-The polls! V.I:! Electric Theatre. II Stadium. Uncklen's Arnica Salve, that wholly in operation.The 1
OHIO ELECTION.te cured horrible Fever bore on his: Knoxville and Ohio deal mikes
open tomorrow for a general: elect..vjcf : Dog and Pony Show. The Maze. r
i lep. Nothing else could Positivelycures the Southern railway! the practical! :

Predicted With Odds! InReotfclicans' I, ccr..ressmeu. hglrlrt, js, thn'Judjes Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. Bruises, Felons, Ulcers, Erup- owner of that road, as it already owned f
of the supreme c- t-t. state su II tions, Boils! Burns, Cornand Piles. '
Favor. the majority of the stock. Tko i t
petntensett! of schools!, two railroadand : Dancing Girls. Venetian Gondola.! Only 25c. Guaranteed byV.. A.n' .
N.c .:,Although the Knoxville and Ohio If operated as a I
warehouse commissioners as well Alf'mberte, druggist, 121 S. P.ila- j J
t t rL' r. uw Is for minor --- separate! branch of the Southern.
as county OklfS.I2.naer: : ; :; 't fox street. I }j'' ; !
: %' and congressmen, both the leading parties have fTiv -' DnE-Half Pars nn All Railroads 1 i
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:is on the election! cf out and intsn'ie'vs predicting stating the success their position of ('aI"', DURING CARNIVAL WEEK.GHILDRE"I'S WRECK ON ATLANTIC DR. MCKNIGHT <, I !: I J JI .

: :Mayor Tom John
The s'lection of a successor to UniteStates i
Sfiiator G G. Vest by th TUiSl\Y chii drew will. :\0\'. 1H COAST LINE A CANDIDATE : '
'. ..1\ the D< mocratp coming Jpj;;stature, !lenus a<;j'tlonalinterest : All : : bf; Admitted i Free, I ,

jail llanna the Ke- to the election! of that body, I un j, '

v campaign Hanna the rl1mpIe'ion of whuh seems ir ;c .Ii!' ,
;, while Johnsen was Special to The Daily News. Special to The Dally News: ; '
doubt judging trom the ccsflictiu.: WHITE\ MAN I FOUR ACRES
Democrats With ; #
? claims. Wilmington, N. C., Nov. 3.-Southbound Dalton Ga.. Nov. 2.-D*. S. G. Me- i : :
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vestibule train N'o. S3: on the Knight, the state Populist leader c! 1 .
r and personal prefon \' Campaign In Illinois.! TURNING BLAGK FIVE BALES Atlantic! Coast Line was wrecked at Georgia, Is a candidate for conirresa i t I ,

':' both1side, a Chicago Nav. 3,-Illinois will elcv t Elm City X. C.. Saturday night bv against Congressman John W. Mal f .

n',] with odds iu tomorrow a state treasurer and other I II I running Into a freight train, whlcwa.s dox He fca* cent out postal cards I
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:, I'du: : !. snag turn +'xt Ncvezn. minor Mate: officers and congrvssni Special to Th# Dally News: IXI i iN Special! to The Daily Sews: taking the siding at that place. circulars! and tickets to Populist I
t' ; n both parties have: made a very active EngineerVlliam\! Currle. of the VM.tibnle. throughout the district announcing i

iTC'SSor. If the campaign:: but the Democrats have devoted >w Tnrt: ,->v ? Patriik f,1 Trt! t'\, Oa. Xnv 3.-Early! In the was killed: the fireman an] that he Is a candidate for congress an i I i .I
orrow. or materialiliHcan particular attention to the close Grafh. an Pmnlmre! of thP Fewer d''- j sprho Messrs. Clvatt.! Tlmmnns. Fnl- three mall clerks badly Injured; baggage I asking their support and to see that( t i t3

:: : plurality of ron wBional districts Und..r the porfT'tt. ts bpl!.>v >fl to ho dung at 'Ir1JP'I1t' wool' and others ha>l discussion as master slightly Injured, and many the voters turn out and vote for him. d ,

.; it is conceded that new aHpoitionmect Illinois will have: hospital! from a mv!tero'i3! 1 to their relative! abilities as farmer passengers shaken up and brufsod. ;

M'P a ftrmidatle cancll 23 congressmen.!; The Republican* disracp. th<> csiiso cf whlrh leading I and a race was the result The engine! was completely demolished
., \\' as for Hanna'seat claim that they will elect at least 1J. phv,ldars have been unable I to determine Saturday Mr. Ciyatt made his! report and the mail, baggage and combination To the 1'ul.lic. I ,

the canipaiin If not 18. while the Democ: ats l believe and th" rest threw up the: sponge car badly wrecked. I Allow me to say a few words in I i i
,',".' will be without Chamberlain's Rem t
\ Cough
praise : I
they are sure of 12: I if not more. Co'h MrOratb is turnln M"i k. Car! rp to Oot. 23.:i dlr. Clyatt had pinned The Injured were taken to the Coast
that a'lt edy. I had a very severe cough and ;
: cortingency parses claim! they will have a major of a similar nature have hppn frequentIn 81.1O 1 from 4 acres 2.63; : pounds of Line hospital at Rocy Mount, a few cold and feared I would get pneumonia I i I I
nt contest centers ity for the state ticket, the Republic- medical history, but th. victim! lint cotton, or 641pounds of lint par I miles d tant. None are fatally! hurt. but after taking the second j t'I
,BACKER--MAY WIN. 'a"' eivins: their figures as BOQ)<). ooW generally turned very @lo"ly.f: ('. acre The passenger train was running 1? dose of this medicine I felt better, i1

Orath's ease Is entirely new. He wn The cotton Is still! as preen In tfi? minutes late and had orders to meet three bottles of it cured my cold and ;

.. taken to th hospital on Thursday. Th. field a?! It wan! In September, and Mr.Ciyatt the freight at Elm City. The freight the pains in my chest disappeared 'f I
t to His Election In I discoloration! began Mon ftfterwarlIn Is sure that If he was not obil ;- had not cleared the main line when entirely. I am most respectfully r'
Pennsylvania. DR. ALBERT RAWSANIS/ yours for health. RALI'J{ H. MEYERS ,
\:At'V, ",-lndh'lllioM"I bin! lower extremltlps and already ed to turn hIs! stock In the field this No. 35 came up. running: at a rapll: 64 Thirty-seventh Kt., Wheeling.
> of Jude. has risen to his abdomen. The do"- I week hp could ft nearly another rats of speed. and was struck about Va. For sale by all druggists and 1"E
n tomorrow DEADSpecial tors! thus! far harp been usable to afford bale or :3.00ft)( pounds of lInt. midway the train, many box cars being medicine dealers. .I
i candiA
.. Republican I him anv relief. He has grovnteadilv This is;! a reirr.rl--aMe yield being completely wrecked. The road }
t'. ''iv reduced maH '
1 ', weaker about '.i1M p-r acre, or $:!(\?;,2f(> for was blocked 14 hours, during which ASK HIM roii A HUDGINb 6c,
Paulson, the Dem-
the tour arras besides' the seed, whichare time all traffic: was at a standstill.The .
',,, h:::; twice carnal to The Daily News: Jumped on a Ten I'enny Nail equally valuable! body of Ensrinf-man! Currie was Try Force at Solomon's.LOW : i
v : but each time'f'H'tiocs
nor New York, Nov. 3.-Dr. Albert The little daughter of Mr. J. N. sent to his home at Florence S. C --- -- --
']" in the Ilp- Leighton Rawson, known in this coun Powell jumped on an inverted rake ,\slCf'pIuitl Flames for burial t

Pattison probably try and Europe ai a writer and Illustrator made of ten penny nail', and thrust Officials/ of the road are Investigating PRIDES i
at.' outside of this city of libilical works. Is dead at one nail entirely through her foot Breaking into a blazing home, the wreck but as yet will not an- t

1 !1': 'ptHcan"ote! in PhiL his home in this city at the age of 74.Ho and a second one halt way through.Chamberlain's some firemen lately dragged the ncance who was to blame. I }
wasl sleeping inmates: from death: Fan FOR NOVEMBERChoicest
''T will Pain Balm
this :
overcome of
t, spent' many years his life In the
and death It'sthat
cied security, near.
and five minutes
\ promptly applied t
Holy Land, and received degrees froma later the pain had disappeared and way when you neglect coughsand What you pay for extracts is im H i s'
ahn': =amen to be elect- number of institutions of learning.In colds. Don't do it. Dr. King's
buffering was experienced.In bat what for
.'' no more portant, you get your
: :sans claim 2S. while 1572 Dr. Rawson married the dau h. three days the child was wearingher New Discovery for Consumption Brides and Bridesmaid
:at: !liters! concede then ter of Laura Keene the actress who shoe as usual and with absolutely gives perfect protection against all money is ten times more important. Roses |1.2o dozen. t' a t i

came Into fame through being! the no discomfort. Mr. Powell is Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles Burnett's Vanilla costs more because Choicest Carnations 70 cents I ri :) .

"a. I cpn a warm fight on the leading woman on the stage of Ford's a well known merchant of Forklsnd I. Keep it near, and avoid suffering, i worth more. dozen. ;
,\!'Jl.iates, but it is not I the Va. Pain Balm i3 an antiseptic and I death, and doctor's bill;*; A tea- Other flowers In proportion. i"t i
theater On : sight
-. t;- Republicans heals such injuries without maturation spoonful stops a late cough, persist MEAT & MALT has a marvelous These flowers are the freshest on ;$ c
lose preceding! Lincoln's assassination.For ent the most stubborn. Harm- the market but hours ; +
and in one-third the time re- use dietetic value. While refreshing and being eight !!
United States Sena- Year quired by the usual treatment. For less and nice tasting it's guaranteedto pleasant to take, it helps> assimila- on the road from Montgomery, the j ; ;
'alms! the election of Over Sorry! W. A. D'Alemberte wholesale Pensa- :
sale by all druggists and medicine satisfy by nearest point to 1
.r the 1C9 assembly ani MRS. WISSLOW'S SOOTHING Brats has dealers. S. Palafox street. Price 50c and f 1. tion of food. Bold byDANNHEISSER cola. ; '

:'-arc to choose him on been used for over sixty years by mlllloniof Trial bottles free. BROS. Yon are as near to the Pensacola 1'.y ;
mothers tor their children while teething, Hot Chocolate with Greenhouse as the nearest telephone '

with perfect success. It soothes the child Whipped Cream at Solo OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine and everything delivered at once. )
softens the gumsallays all paincures wind We will launder your spreads for Ring 'phone 329. I
Pepublirans' Confident colic, and Is the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt mon's.The 15 cents each and make them look Pensacola Greenhouse, 323 West l
: '\\1. Nov 3-The votersan will relieve the poor little cofferer Im finest line of sterling silver like \3w. Star Laundry.Fotey's oysters today. Try them. Gregory street. I +: i
-.iniorrow will elect state mediately Bold by Druggists every part NIC APOSTLE. :2102W: MISS VlOLETTE ilOBESO. q ; !
and silver novelties is to be
new legislature which wi! of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottleBe goods .
., fitoT to the late SenatorT lure you ask for "Mrs.Winslow's Soothing found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Honey ana Tar Fresh Buttermilk, 50. a Fresh B Buttermilk, 5c. a-

j :. ,*. 'tan. l 'eln tti ear4emea: Syrup, and take no other kind. please all. cures colds, prevents paeumoofa glass at Solomon's. glass, at Solomon's.

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Public Lands Disposed; of by the Government AND WILL ItEMAIN ONLY A FEW I'.' I tif:.,

"The Perfect Food" for Brain and Muscle During the Year Aggregated DAYS.Spectacles. ; (t

19,488,535 Acres-1,000,000 Acres COPYRIGt1T. a

j PURE PALATABLE, POPULAR'j', Were Sold for Cash. I Just

Washington Nov. 3.-The annual report as Easy

of Binger Herman, commissionerof

Millions Are Eating MALTA=VITA ''The Perfect Food" $V the general: land office, shows that

the public lands disposed of by the;

government during the year aggregated TO COOK OVER CAS AS O KB

19.4SS.G33; acres, an increase of

--- Removes the Cause of 3,9:5,738 acres over the previous year 1, v COAL OR KEROSENE !

: Of the aggregate 1,757,793 awx-s wee I

_ sold for cash; 17,614,792 acres were

ic- Dyspepsia and Insomnia embraced in miscellaneous entries, anu MUCH I1VSIHU IN n, I

the remainder was Indian lands:

On Oct. 1 last there wets1: forest -

J-F Malta-Vita is the vital, the life-giving food; the \\ yi reserves embracing! ); CO.175,763; acres, But you ought to t: i J' \ .
\ an increase- of almost Hu(jO) ,IWO acres
/ invigorator of brain and body. vs. freedom from duct i > ..t

::1: i MaltaVita is rich in phosphates, or brain food since the last report. During thefiscal immediate ,
a 1.CC3 forest fires product!
Malta-Vita is the original and only perfectly year there were
; discovered which burned over 8j";!} 1 Blindness.The [saving: of temper ofv
i cooked, thoroughly malted, flaked and toasted .
acres.: The constantly decreasing area
i' whole wheat food. housekeepers.

wi / Malta-Vita contains all of the gluten of the burned The commissioner over was: 67.799 said acres.the proper vast amount of blindness occurs -.1 Xo delayed' brcikf! i .

_ f. I whole wheat, and is the peer of all prepared foods policing of the forest land during the through neglect of an optical I use gas. Ask u> all )JI
defect of the not being attended
t as a bone and muscle builder. ; has shown the following result.
uI year to at the proper time. Many such
"1. The wok has proven self-sup- cases have come under my no I
Perfect Health is Sustained' : porting. tice. The patient l has either been Pemacola? F ;

iyt '' by a Perfect Food "::. It has in addition brought in a short-sighted! lotlJ-si htH.1 or astigmatic
; the government.Needed in one or both f y ; but one to
:t'w.nn" to
4 a bro extent which tray i- and 27 E. Garden'I : .
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1 Malta-Vita. the perfect food" eaten for "I:!. timber supplies! haw
ti their weak eye, the other having little I I ___ __' .
)! breakfast and insures i fl ', ."" been placed within lawful reach of the .
$ tub jr : supper perfect diges ub Ed1 or; t tA I or no defect (andhould the case

LR, }, r r' tion, and removes all causes of insomnia and + +. lw ,' .1 {I Pill !!lr. of the weak eye be short-si hted it j -
"4. TTIbt't'tlltons; with the increa= the wih the LOJWtI! ,.
Y dyspepsia. qo'of the ills of life are due to es rapidly eye Ii
;:. .:*- r.ztyjK.arJ'a rrserve 1 ll'i:: : h?',,' practically; ceased. greatest amount of optical defect I
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t .', : : ma* pnur digestion.!; Perfect health, sound restful ,. .
S 44' I t ice' rt pX71 ; va**"*. 1 sirePclear complexion.brinht eyes, cleanwhite XffW ; pay?: ; the eight i; thuj quickly deteriorates -i KNIGHTS d;:.:
j' teeth sweet breath, are the blessings that follow until it loseall perception of
that the> re-forestation oftio
1F i ** a regular diet uf MaltaVita.. ** *" .Vsuising : light, some !' !',ple accident having i i Peto.acola Ltidgmeat .
denuded in the} forest t-
areas I
.1 VrQg ;tii :.--- lit'ware imitations.. Insist on getting! .'\1aU3tn ,,..-- %....- sores where sufficient moisture prevails 'occurred to blindness.the other Others eye, causingpermanent there !: :.;

+ ss-* _.:;>*;e% I \ "the perfect food." Requires no cooking to make the germination of .-: are with largo) amount of defect in i mPnt.i.,,.

.S r o ,, ,-always ready to eat. the native: trers possible might b! '' both eyes-it may bn long sight a* >I'I' \/ 1<:'",: .'

expettfd to result" in good time if thr well as mixed astigmatism. They 1"1! !5 1HIc11.
b a MaltaVita! is o prepared as to be easily digested and assimilated: by old and young sick or Ion II. Large can read fur some time by holding
recurrence of the devastating;:: flrCMi'.il '; ,
mot. S f, packages at 15 cents ntoiir grocers. the book Vfry clue\ to the, eyes, owing I H. fl t,1sGOL .':
inimum and
: reduced
tie to a m ,
to spasm: of the ciliary musclesapparent .
the frra/ins of stock restrained within ( short-sight) ;and thus the I

# Malta Vita Pure Food Co. :. proper limits and reduced to a safe I patients consider themselves nearsighted A Y
= basis. The. forest force has been re- I i and believe they will improve

qulud to make extra exertion to piv- as they grow older bat it frequently -! '

1 r Battle Creek, Michigan Toronto, Canada '. rer.t damage by fire and to keep the ends in paralysis of the ciliary I Grist and Corn f rr2, :.
mu-cle with total blindness or
offlce tully informed relative to the just sufficient vision to grope about [4. F. GCflZALEZ fi (l' ;
1 effects of stock grazing and to ket-n
.. with Had spectacles been properly .
out stork not licensed to enter thl'ruen''s adapted in time to correct the MftnafAt::? '

ROBBED INDIAN OF $22.000. Capiiircd lli v.nme. and all the evidences point errors of refraction, they might have UUOICE31FALANIi I-I !ill: t

'F t \\ li> IlKylanils. .. laui:had. I In ono of till SL Louts SunilnyFiltnota to almost unvarvtn success." enjoyed good sight/ all their life- STOCK n.:: "- > .

+ e t;In h..d 1 iMiirli.-iMtl anew' Disguised as Squaws White Men Make the classrooms arc separated: hy time. very Pfttronlie rKBHonyou.boj'i Home lntr-i,1 t.Stoct ., r
s horse warranted to !III' quit-t to ride and +I lass A St. Louis Dr. Goldstein's system of tests result '
.i u eig Haul. ,: partitions. paper XOiJrl"hmf-nt Isy n thlnl: : : teed from tli" H<" i
.i io harm:, and a K!>.A trotter tu Inert says that IImill1a session of the s-cliiml "It is well known that the skn; is n in perfect fit compensating for': .
lfisolla.ont.: .. Nov. 3.-A wealthy i nature's deficiency, while reserving; try. Your money; u i-l:
1;t r : had ill\ tt,d a frVmi to u..IlII'ln.him flathead Indian Matchell has I one of the teachers was much antmyvd treat alisori-ciit and nutrition even the adjustiIi power of "accomulodation" red you In tsra arc i";
s 1 for a trial driv.Tbcy ; by lout I talking in an adjoining; rouui. can !be conveyed through its asency! of the normal the large In fostering the !.Inm.- .
4 eye ; contribute to the cnun ( r
been rolled of JJ2.i: 'iO in cash, thr j
}-, tt 4 had m-t ;:0/11' very fsir when At last, uiialile to Lear it :III.)' longer. haid a trained nurse. "1 physician once requirement has been nearly or a u- !It to the community: l In triI':' .
a't t the ln>r>o 1o"lt.1. ran against a h'aof money consisting of $U)o bills and $::11 i Lo nuuni: 'i1 a I'hairlnd loo!.I\l over ordered a beef tea bath for a child thatI I I tirdy overlooked: by most of the opticians wblab! ooDtrlbcteBto ,11, ;

s. tones I'I; :', in )h.> road iinil "lit-hid\ gold pikers.Matohell I the partition.! :ruing: that one buy who was nursing who was apparently dying of the day Dr. Goldstein's I ---- --- --

both oiTHj'tiitsi'CDtiy! into tin \lane. visited the town of Plains I was a little taller than the others was : of some exhaustive bowel trouble experience of sixteen years enables 47t

When ih. y rerovt-ml. the horse had and during! his absence at night a man j talkins a great deal he leaned over and with admirable Effect. And I myself him, by most improved method and! I

.i-4., f ;, dittiplirur.-d. leaviuK tote ugK.v Uuft- dressrd as a squaw visited) his home {I hoisted! him over the partition Dud i have found that rubbing delicate with the latent: scientific apparatus

t t less and a heap of wruckatro. UyLuid.s on Camas Prairie and engaged in conversation IIUII:: H! him into a chair iu bis room persons with warm olito oil is an excellent to correctly test the sight und. by; a I K You HaveRheumatism
al suitable collection of len;-< )r -pi c-
began to with Matcheli's squaw. Mrs saying, "Now be quiet!" ton!c. If I Lad the charge uf a tacles to give relief to and ,.tr"II,then -

"\ on earth are you laughing Matchell noticed that the visitor was A quarter of an hour later a small! puny, sickly 1m!;). I should feel Inclined the eyes for the vari'-d I n qulra-i! V. H1.Iin' ;J!::

M a I at?' dejectedly liujuh-ixl the friend. not an Indian squaw) but a white: man bend appeared rouud tbe door and a to give it oil baths instead of water ments in professional 'I r private life.cox.srrrATiox .

jxz "Why. the fIHwh/) sold me that and her suspicions were aroused when meek Slrelllittll'"ot't'! said: baths and try the effect. The oil Is AND KXA.MI

> horse lent me the buggy!"-New York she tvo from outbuilding "Please teacher." and it stands to reason
saw men run an sir you've got our quite as cleansing, NATION VKKR. ,
1 I ;r ?: 1"'
+ r e r'' } Times. where the wealth had been !l1orI.1: that such tiny beings, particularlyIf
r tls OFFICE HOURS: From '.It. m. to &J'
Wellington n. an Art ('unnuN_.-ur. carrying som(thing with them. 'ou1.ln;s they are badly nourished, should not 3 p. ui. Jloom 27, Hotel hcambia.DR. U} IOG SQL .It..nrlN'.tJ.ntii tr- s
The robbers! Jnir.pcd on their ho.\(',--. Boil haddock and codfish! six minutes lIatile nutuPul oil of the body con ale Remedy w.
In Lid "IJeminisiviievs" Frederick GOLD-iTEIX knowing how l-
:; ; which nearby the that hat : salmon and halibut tlnually washed you It tko cures Liver, KJi. .
were man : for every pound; bn.-s. away. !
i Goodall tll.s a story of Welliiigtrni us uorant average person H lilatliicr d.stascs, C4Wit"
an art e. nnolsst'ur. He paid WilkIe I hen talkie to the squaw joined them j ton to fifteen minutes. A lobster, the laws; of nature, and the pnrma- I uric 4t Ii!. It never false! ai d K'

"r' 600 guineas for his "Cliel.ei: I'fusion- I and the thrc- hurried away leaving us a rule, requires half an hour to forty How's This neat injuries resulting; thnr fr< m, the health and strei Rth whilf um -
< ii-l stamp for b( jk of wonderi
R (t ere" and laboriously counte out the no clew. !i iMatrMI minutes. Large; fishes i-houUl bake We offer One Hundred Dollars reward and the ttimc'" ;good result-grow:: $ lilies!!'! Price, fl p,'r bottle f-t
'i Ifi the woalthiest fnlI-Wo ; about one Lour and small ones twentyto fug cut nf rpiniudiisg parson; of by drul1KI'1/!. If yii ;r'n ;gl't rat
amount iu c.lsll.11l'1J the artist su::- for ca-e of Catarrh that
any supply J"u it will t* -' nt pi.'raia _
what already know, up-ires .
k that It would be. less trou''le! to Indian on th resen-ation. Ho has i thirty minutes. P-roiling requires a they receipt ot price. Ad'lrUrlcscI ,
l ti feBti'd cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh; to beiu-fit them a* well as !liimstilf.Marston .
., r write a che :k. the great duke retorted large herds of cattle and horses and quarter to half an hour according to Cure.; i !

,, ; e v t. 1 thnt he would imt let his bankers was always ktovn: to have money the size of the fish, very small specimens j<'. J. CHE EY. & Co., Toledo, 0. Chemical Co., Los Angeles.r]! |

t +* J t ry know "wliat a blank fool 1 have "been which he kept In an old trunk In an being finished la five to ten min '\' the undersigned have known have or the

f to upend tkbi i, 'iiini-as for a picture." outbuilding:. utes. F. J. Chl'uef.lf the last: l.;; years $ Quina ,
L. N Elsa wi & CO'I t;:
: : ? and believe him perfectly honorablein some very nice Dressers and
The I.n-t Strntr.Mrs. all business transactions and
if'f j Aoqnro frrxtnrxa. LADRONES MURDER TEACHER. Wash Stands very cheap. i Oistrilutlna! gf4eX f
Mug;n9-My husband la a perfect financially able to carry out any obligation -
It is the saying uf a great man that crank. ; made by their firm. Just the thing to go with !v'Jai a.tbsbtioT vt

P G ; I If we could 'ral't our di-wnits we Superintendent of Schools In Central Mrs. Iuss5ns-All husbands are ay WEST & TKITAX, Iron Beds.
: should find all slateto come frumprlncl's Negros Slain. dear. Wholesale DrufrjrUts Toledo 0.WAUIINU. .
r t 1 anil all from slave KIXXAX & MARVIN,
priors Manila, Xo3.,0.. C. lIontgoID'ry.lul.erll1lt'ndt'nt Mrs. But who :
Masons- fancy a man g1iLY:2 Jj
Wholesale J) if. Give me blood acquired l In preferenee of schools! in central ruK
k : complains that my mustard plastersare
Catarrah Cure is taken
'r 4., to Mood" il1u'ritt..I-"tn! IK I Inirn of oneevlf. I N'egros, was murdered Friday by La- not as strong: ns those his mother acting directly upon the internally --1------------PROFESSIONAL CARDS... .. j Thl'lol'tuy: ( :.;. .
4 as TiUrlui" saUl of Curtlun drones three miles from Barolod. Mr. > to lialsani /
Ji1 4 used to mnke-Phiindelphia! Ilecord. blood and mucous surface.of the M
Itu-1 W. C. ROWE M. D. I1"1 i. .
i ; a fps Montgomery was going to Bacolod for ?j>tem. Price Toe.; per bottle. Hold f 'tx'b4 i i .

a consultation with the acting superintendent \n Women Arimlttfil.Maiiratcliin. by all drur!{ist:;. Testimonial free. Other: 17H S. l'al1lf-ls. R-f? '1"9 '1111'1.48 /

iFiJ 1 R>> Cun.I..d.Sld.'show and to assume control of th.> Hall's Family Pills are the best. "rij I. ..., ...."'..... ,
the borders of Russia
Man See her, your paper on _. Hours front !* to 'JM a. m. and 1 to 8 p. n:
l ------ -
h L I division. He bad a large sum of ,.11 ,. oj'
is the city in the world people and after 70'clnck "
h.ild the bicsest snake iu my itatefair ASK HIM KOU A HflMilSS' 5f.
?; show was twenty feet Icux when money with him. by men only. The Chinese women Phono C3. .

t It's really thirty-oue fe.'t Six natives, armed with hoios and are not only forbidden to live in this ------ -. -

t{ ,n ii r.Jltorrry. but we wire cro\t'111'111 spears' attached him quickly killed territory, bet even to pass the great Foley's Honey and Tat I' TIME TABLE.
mutilated and rohbel wall of Kalkan: and into
for spate yesiertlay; ad had to cut ev- him and then : enter Mongolia.'acolateaNOTICE

eIl'lliin;; down.-Indiunnpolls News him. The constabulary have offered All the Chinese of this border city -
a reward for Montgomery's murderers are exclusively! traders.

iti. A Ihtntr uf Urart.Whou and it Is thought they willbe, oaptnrwl. JottnCT DI-CJ..IJI-n 1. lliUli
Notice t i- hf-rebT' itlvn that the unrit-r-
; ; a man first loves=, he feds unworthy Robbery is understood to hab..e Gloomy Even Tlifn signed will on the :"Ih11)\ of November. Now Orleans and obilo
; for no particular reason. Later the motive for the crime. This is: 'h" Hook-Bjones is the most! melancholy IMi?, at Mnrmuna. at In' o flnt'k a. m.. or a. i .

be nc-iiuires the reason and forgets! to first! !instance of a teacher In the Phil. fellow 1 know.NyeThat's. soon to tlim-nU'Hw Honorabl. a= -.ime L .1.can Kr h<"\-e heard,. judge apply elf- So.lI. SO.4. I %o.2. I. t'o R. S :

itl l umh.rl hy.-Smart: Set.TnUInc Ipnine islands be'nj: harmed while in right; lie proposed to a the tea circuil for court of cambia county, t.lor- 7:155 Ijil8; 12:15m Ltt: P I I II 1.02:"? a P Lave l.eAVIjr.hC_.... 101l..rn ........Arrl\L.vI I 5.:;.r-": a e11au .

: the discharge of his duty girl once by! ?: her how she would! Mary Lillian authority Milliard to aril" iutt-rrst the following of a 4' p I 2aa a L'av".._... 'dohrle ... L,.are I 111':0:1: I'g5p
..._. 71 a J Leave.S\lW: +flrl"ans. bears ,
Off Old t'n111'npen. Mr. Montgomery !loaves' a widow like to be bis widow.-San Francisco desi-riheU real *".tat.-. to-wit; I ; ;1
The 'rst 4i ffft of arpent lot ants! and the
To take off wall paler| pn'vlous to who Is a teacher In the island of Xe- Chronicle.The end il'f,."t of arpent lot al.; Olrt Cltv; and :North. ,
lot 1,3.:1: 4. in block >. New f
painting or i>:iM>riiii: wet the oM paper Im.)&. wear nil Tear of It. : ity of
nacola.. rcoriling to m''p of saul city
i thoroughly with a Ion; !mndetl! \brush Death Calls Rev. A. B. Pope. "You must find it wearing to be the copjwrigbttd: by llio'.C. oat on In i<;lof. N0. ,. Xo. 4. .... Sn. I' .
Ilttlpat I I2lapin. Leave P"O.aeola..Arrlve 4'i'pz: ';
j; dipp \l In warm water. I<>t it rest until Zebulon. Ga.. Xov. 3.-Rev. A. B. wife of a genius." oc2"ontlllw LILLIAN I K. IULLIAKI, 6:15am I 6fl7p m Arrive. ont.lm..ry _IN"VI 1195..m

F t the water has lIt'nt'lratl.1! it and the paper Pope dieJ at 11:80:\ a.m. yesterday "Yes':; so many fools! want to know jIJurtlan 11'iII ant i I IIOO! pm Bumlaghaw _.I..aV8 !I.\j: 80 m I -
t)5pm I ttlea m Arrivlt......Nashvtlle
\I118tl'rs"ltl 11"'s! i-s. when you can his home In Concord after a lingeries: how I am able to get along with! him." !::JIJ am'' $:Id a m Arrive... LouevIle ..... L"ue 11:15 p In
: peel it off! with your hands. I>o not wet illness of several months. Mr. Pepe I Chicago heeord-IIerald. 'a'lU.\I< KKKNCH:: t-CUEHlLI- 7JOam U:511a m Arrive u lInclnDatl.... Lear"p: m ;.
7;>>' a m 1:11) p_m _A rnv" .'t. Lonl4_ )'av"_ __4:15 lInI
too much --"-
i at tin.
a had been a member of the North is
Following schedule of
Oeorsla: : ro ff'ri'n'P. but hi. health fail government steamer Oeneral French I '
Home of the mot; anxious hour of J
ine him he was ielieved at his request life which THE Slaws print for the 21-Dally Xo. 5-Daily I Nnitop where time not ebown I! 1-liaiy: '
I a mother's are tho"e when the I
DYSPEPSIAAnd about four t'ptr? a:;o. and resumed I little one of the household have the benefit of the! merchants who hip 11:55 pm' 7rw, am ''Uave.l'enBacOla..Arrlvf' 10.m pili

the practice of law which: he had previously croup. There is no other medicine .heir good to the tarions army 11:15 night 7'13" .. .. .._. Bob.mla..... .. I. 10:7 ,.
1 posts : 11:20" 7:111 I. II ..._... Ynl"ura .__. II loa"
abandoned for the ministry.He ?o elective in this terrible malady __ __ "
Lr the mo=t common 1::: t. 7:1'1 10U"
as 'Honey ami Tar. It is Leaves Per.acola ...._ ....._ ?.. 7no a. m. ....._ lul&1 _._._ 10:211"
of a 1111-
was a on the late Judge Popo 725 :
aliments Leaves HRrran ........ ... ...._......
t of mankind, can be as. 7t*>a.m. I 12.51. _..._. Harp __ II )0:11 II
'J41 of tn.s ?!aft'. and leaves four litt!" household favorite for throat and Leari-ii I'tckrDs ..... ...... ...._._..._ >):uoa. m. U:50" 1 71"I"m...-Gott CIty .__. to 10:15 II
cured by the use of Ho tetter's ,, lun? trouble. and a= it contairsno Lt-ives larrane'19.-_ *:15 a. m. .. : II __... Milton ... _._. 10JO' .
'idoT."ho i is 12..s
children! and a a sisterof w
; Htomach Kitter It has a record of opiates or other poison i it can be Ltsres Pensacnla .... _....._. ...._}lJI$a. m I;$ a m II _...Good Range._ _... r
i State School Commissioner. B. safely! ?iv*>n.V.. A. D'Alemberte I Arrives'! tturraccHj 11:10 a. m. and then IQ": ; 8:15 ........... Holts._ 8:11 '' .
fifty yeirs of such cures back of it :stakes a trip to Fort Mckee and tan "
M rrltt.: I. 1'8- 2:111" 9:w ...._ MIUKAD ._._ ltII i
and will not I 121 e5. Palafox Ht. .arns to r.arraaca H ... .....Cre&tvlt__ I
ti disij point yon now. If __ %:CI 8:8'1 Pia
n I L"av -, Harraacai ..... .... ... ........... lla; p. m. .. ........0 eer Land __ 8:661l:2JI" "
are a *utlerer from"thefe Dam @:liIJ
you complaints Leaves nckcns h. .. ...._ ... .. l:26p.m. __ Horsy Ueac1 __ 0:40
L:71: ,, 4A' orISsvtNIA\EK1'o'SNF.F: Found Dead In Their Room. i la area PfB-accIft no ......_ .. ..... 4:31' p. m 1:111I" 514 9ai6DeFuntakhprinat.. .:18 "
r 'S ORGFXEKAL DFBIUTY, R>zSf'RETO Baltimore.! MJ.. Nov. 3.-J.V.. Murray CASTORIAFor reaves. Pickt-a+ .. ....., ... 'hm 5i5 p.m..irvec 11I"! 8:<< _.... .... Argyll __ f:<< "
Harraccas 5:30 p.m. and ... "
1411' 8:1T Ponce de LeoD.- 7:*
of Baltimore! county. and Kenneth Infants and Cbildreo. : to Mettle aDd rttorn. 6:30 II 10:10 .WtvUhJ...._ 7:17 ,.
over the m ck of the bottle.HOSTETTER'S. On WedaesdaysandSatnrdsyathe .. _._ "
tit Steed of Henderson, : C.. were 33Dhvxiated 5 UN" 1/:13 Caryvllle.- 7d
coat wiM;i leave liarraccas: via Pick- 6.. 1(1:11)( _._.Bonlf')1.._._ ea"
I; in ueirroom Sunday.Flpy' foe Kind You Have Always! B u gI3dV'S I ?u- for Pensacola! at 6:30 p. m. ] e eto: I"to OiT 11M"" '" -.Cotiondale.__.__ (-hlpley .:..__ "" Gas 8:117"" '

; Honey and Tar always 'I The General French is for army 7tJO" 1111" .__:.f&fl.D Dli .__ 8:00
"tops the cough and heals the InneR tteJt /: ", ;purposes only and any oatider must 73) 11:4.\ Cypr.... ._._ 60- J 1
fuye pcbstitutes.V.. A. D'Alem- ,a.tire of i I cave a pas from the quartermaster 7:4) 11:11" .". _(iraad PJd e.- I i:3J"" :.
STOMAGH BITTERS I 7:68" UloG noon __. n""di 4 1
S 1 ')!:rte, 121: 8. Palifox St. I :a takeiasaeoi ter. 8:13" 11:13" \rrITeRln'ulcUcn _Leu., 6111" 1

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Both Houses Will Get Down to Business people seem to think this world Is I I tope : : ( '1 -:
full f
This Week. of base deceivers they : I
Of Interested pi-rscns who. with fraudulent 1
Atlanta, Nov. :3.-Xothat tfco: intent. I : !iI : I! ;

standing committees of both house Assume the mark of virtue and are cal- tie j ,' .

and senate have been appointed and I lous UnMltMTS I t'US f .r
In pi'ty and goodness that are {il,,'n .. I ,
I .
organized, tIe 1"Ji lature will ge ami evidint. & ;

down to business this week. Something : My nature is confiding; I am really op I eric I I ; :
like 2)t) b"s:: and n':::olutio?*; : timistic.My : II [: : : tI I t ; ,

have arealbe n introduced in the I in' pluneil.human nature has been, long !St i: 1 I ,. .;

house and referred l to appropriate coa Concerning it 1 feel that I can't be too (: '

mittees, which will!! hare about all eulogistic: The i| I ,
I StUl. it is just as well to keep your two tools i
j 1 they (en do this week getting these eyes skim.t.'Il. j

j measures in shai-e and porting I them of t.

I back for a second reading or, if the BIy loving friends are dear to me; I know !' j jI I
that they are loyal; :: :
i report is adverse. for such action ac I I' :
I wouldn't make a statement that would I reicL
I the house may see fit to take. be considered rash. I I :
One-half the measures introdtu I hold them stanch and trusty andth I : ,
natures fine and royal
I! so far are purely! local; perhaps even And I would even trust them-well, to I

more of them apply only to particulii some t'xtont-wlth cash. '

<(' sufficient reason why. too i : !
\ii of these where there ( : .
except maybe !
times they are quite useful and It's '
'- .snIcrson a local factional fight will be reixirted rarely I have sinned fruit I I'

) \bu'k favorably and passed wl;h. By doubting them. I'm sure they nearlyall \ I :
arc safe to tie to.
out iiii! ,'u jion. Still, It Is just as well to Keep your two are : I i
Mam of the general bills introduced eyes f kinned.I BO I III

will h.thard fighting for !life! while! \\ !
: have no sort of doubt about the teachIng .1
rrtn. :.11 die from adverse report. of the teacher. It is : II !

Tn li-ir.-idture has given pretty fan The physic of physicians or the justiceof tub I I

im' "'',tn i'Ii ot its composition; it is cons the law; i ,

-, ,i'\ "" throughout and! it is eni My confidence is boundless In the preach- rar '
lag of the 1
preachers; i j :
i 1' iif t't! radical legislation will have The truth of lovely woman's without the : :

a !li: .rI! time fighting its way to the slightest flaw.I 4 1 : I
I do believe policemen have an honest ; :
', lit' tionh s. '
sense of Uut>. :,
*''i !ir no really new general legis- That politicians' promises are net mere \ I
\ ( a prominent society !,tl ,,.U has been proposed in eitherholier. empty mind. i ij
!: :
In short our good old world is full of
bill / j I i ii

( J f i Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of I I of any consequence Practically every introduced general so far Still.loveliness it Is just and as beauty well to;keep your twoskinned. j i I :

,, is a ('('Iuntn part of or similar to some ey..s I j i I
'r of Deeds West who witnessed -('hk\Io Hilly News. thin I
measure that was before the lejrij-la-
\ : !I
tare last rear or the year before. The J I -
: the letter :\11IJ..ln&; !ourC'
to following
: i tture praises I same amendments to the constitution !

Lt J'E.. Pinkhamts Vegetable Compound. that were were thoroughly proposed!discussed last year and before which a .-\ : : t i I

There I llut few wives joint committee of the house and sen' ; ';; ;
\ j Tx11I.tM: : are and mothers who (j I' :

endured agonies and siu-h pain' u> only \\oint-n 1U14)1 \\'. ate. are now finding their nay before All I

,. ... .t knew the vuluo of Lydia I:. PinUhnm's) Vfjrttablototmil. a joint committee of the house and I I

t. ;: It i N a remarkable modicine, different in action from any \' senate, are now finding their way be- ;

i .:'.d.I t roughly reliable. fore both liodies. This ,'('ar, however, .i 1 I

these proposed constitutional amendments I :: } U : :
'- .'!'i ('ases where women doctored for years without r rma- i I :
'.-. \v'io' \\cre cured in less, than three xuoiitlisafwrtakiiig, your will be considered by the regular '

( "-iijunind, while others who were chronic and incurable standing omraittees of both houses I I II I I up I
and in health after and reported on separately and in re*. II {
i n- ',1. happy, ivrfect a thorough treatment II I
I have Used it myself without ular order. There will be no Joint I
..- ':ii-di'' inc. never : gaining great I II
dorestores strength and appetite and tones committee as last year when it was \ !
\ i. \\ my : up I
--. -ti-m" Your medicine i has been tried[ and found true,}hence: found that this committee's work occupled I i

)h -. II A. ANDEK-OX: m Washington fct. JackUml so much time that it was impossible t
: '! > II.- rortunc Tt-HiT The cards say that \
at the close of the sessionto I ,
Fat. jou 1m' a wiiiultTful invinirCiistitmerVritt' lip
give the propos-ttl amendments proper '
'lr- 2411.:; K. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa., says : that down, bo thatI
consideration.Thfre won't fowl it. ,land I'laiu :( !
1)FAu ::\Ins.l'lxKII.\-I feel it
.. my duty are some new measures on Dealer. :

..,.,i.o".. to write and tell you the good I have rec-cived educational subjects and a bill to prevent :r i '

.1 t f.j from I.jdia II l'iIlkl1alnstgt'talle CoinI :
bribery in primary elections which! I : 1 I
4 pllund. I will doubtloFs receive serious consideration. A\u..leful.Mrs. also .

S:W i '. I h.tu been a great sufferer v ith female 1 1n However the session has IlzzI am s-o sorry to bear I II I : I

:. \fl; trouble, trying different doctors and medicinc.s I It that your wife has been throwing; the : I :
.. only lirjnin. and other measuresof
117 .._ many I :
;.. II. \\ rh 1 no h: 'ni'tit. 1'\\oyt'arsagoll1tmu 1.I ir.fwit will doubtless appear in I 'rockl'I'Y at you again Caiey.Viwre: on ; I! j I I

: T :::1: i i" i i ion, and it left me in a very weak did slit hit youasey1'alth ; .i
.j the of tho next week or two. I :
"(-.'>. I.. .' 'I ii ;i' ..n. I had stomach trouble, backache, course ( nu'utn! That's what j ; :

i .:_." hId! i !palpitation the heart, and wa Aery : Oi lo lie aftber 'omt.J.linin' 3\'. 'Twasa and I

(1... .:'. :' -_.. _. i't\"U-: : : m fact, I ached all OAer. Ifiwl'' MUF.DERS NEAR SAVANNAH.Dead whole Fet nv dWies broke' to J pieces Co. I !

t vui'* i> the only) medicine that reaches an' she flyer bit me anbL15rookljuLife. I
f),' \'. _""' s-.iih: troubles, and would cheerfully ree- Bodies: of Old White Man and I match.'J i
\I Discovered.
I j I. 'M" 'nd l.jdia II. riiiKhiun's Vrgi-tal.lo Negro I !
Ga.: Nov. 3. Gngie Boar :
Savannah -
: !
I ( <>ni pound to all sullenlJlll1cl1.. j JIIDWIKKUV.The .

: ',' } .1', : menstruation weak- q'jin. 05 years old. and a negro man undersigned takes this method the I I. !
r.'i': '' rr ':/nlar or painful [
were murdered! some time yesterday I of her services as a J ,
: L"'l"J1'''' .I' '.1 I '-- ion of the woinli that; lieariuir-do\\n 1
; .:. ', ,; ":I IIf :111' "I'.n' U"... I".tckache. ll.itulcnro.! pcm-nil debility, near the place: 01 the former about C I flrst-ilass: licensed midwife, having I 3 I

.. ,') r."a... rr",:r ,!"..n. 1'i".y should riTru-mlii-r there is one tried miles from the city. had 35 years experience. I' :

,? L'dia ].'.l"iukJalli's! Vegetable Compound at once The two were driving together when Can give best of references from I f i
'. ," 1101,'" they were shot. Dourtjuin's body was leading physicians of this city. = I
MKS. M. OlDnESS, i
IIi'' I I found in the buggy and that of the : i
'riiIIee] and tiMimony! of some of the most noted jltf IIi South DeVilliers lt.Curse 2
,,'II..! \n was found 100 yards distant. t ;
ri.-a negro
gn in )proibejoml a fllll'-tioii, that! Ljiliii 1. ----- -- It I
4 I' '.HI-'S \ <-retililt! ; > roinpoti'idill forrwt all siu-h trouble at I Both men were dead. 1----- :

"" i''';'iiiiv ill tlie Edward F. Lovell. Jr.. and H. S. ;
!! cause and restoring the) organ* to u healthy i $ i I

I, 'ini I .million. I 1.ilL ,ioubt, \\ l'itcIr>. I'inklium at Ljnn, |, Dresses, who live in that neighborhood .

11 .!s ; 'i''n-.111,1.. duo made the discovery. They r*>- 1i : :
ported their find to the authorities
iiic in the and ,
\\orld has! ren-ived siiih!1 widespread 1 '
upon their arrival in the city and IJ
M i fit'i't.! Xother medii, me has MU h a lecoiil of cures : I
1 sheriffs. with bloodhounds! ar' I
i deputy ( )FDRINK I
lief: use to !buy any sub-titute. t ;
find trail "r the murderers. I
seeking to the !, '
i iL
r-t-. i t : "? : E IT :.f "e oaimnt furtliuith irmlniv tln-itiv'ii" ii I I. tl<'r-mil !>cnaturcs; of I. I i t ;
} 1 toLii-h ,ill thnr al'-w. j
1,1 ii iiiaia w i"rn\< lull-1: i 111.1--I I ,
W..A 'oJ !.>'<1U i:. rinkliaiu 'li-tlii'iue ( '.., l.fiiu, ,ra..!.. !i The motive of the crime i is ni; ,

-.--- -- fcno'wn. From time to time Mr. Hour I ; !i ii : :
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I quin has had trouble with pot hunters ; i :
II t' .lon."It..Iras. I _
Tlir Cnl.Intt' Cure.Cabbage I who have sought to shoot the I A : : ;

; eI1iet is II M ,.il; cure for drunkonBOSS. -j game that is to be found in abundance t Kbli Ifi i f_ ;

,.>dra!.t' ,U.. ,>was East%\JMHI India! <| The Kirjptuns ate it \UMed intended before ,': on his place. It is thought possible: I WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. i ij ( : I :ij ,

their other food if they that the killing may have grown out : I
I lllS \' : .. "l..lIH'I', I II : ... .,. ,. ,.. ,, ;
to drink wine uftt'r dinner and some | of some 'lI'h trouble. Dehlcd th,' : A1. / "/ -V I ni If / ; /i ,' -- "/ i :
,| -i; : I V: I1"t I'''PI- of the rt'iwdies sold as a preventive of bng- was found a doublebarreled iraiircr ".Tf. ',',Ih' nt/."'j nnt sn"i't t' ..1''blt..Ithhon .. r !
't'i : 1". '! ':.1 1 AoI' i E fl
Intoxication on the cunlineut are I'titl : shotgun, with the percussion caps \\ Itt'm..dwill <-u re or destroy : .j I
: red : ,
::1' i ; T.:;:tt to contain cabbngp seed. the diien-ed nppeut'fr nlcolinlicUiiiu ,' c
Y.t... I : n i:::, set missing, though the !pun was loaded. lant1 wliether the patient Is a con liruitdinehriatu' : .. : :I t
--- ---- j ." social drinker I
"tippler. or .
::1 i f're"" Ii. ,'i I.i1-! ChIAC' 'Onlt'n. drunkard. Impoihl..flrsnyon..toha'pallIlIpP..t" .I:: I I : ne ; :: I I Ij'
I .
.t of. i : .. i -t India Nothing makes the earth seem FO for alcoholic lutuori after using '
Every rLne<\\uinan is prat'ilenhlya ; Kil.tiou Kemedy. 'I : '
all 1 I.. :' loll wall spacious to have friends nt a distance. .. MeinlM-rs -k
.v 6lue until in'r son marries. Then as l >y ofV. C. T. I" j' ,
.. ,. I I make the latitudes and M ot Wonmn'I'dristiuu .. I
p! '1 I 11..t: an old I her They i i, Mrs. lore ores superintendent |
mother-in-law s-lie Indus to rule J, IVmperancH I'nlon Ven 1 -
; iitii-! i I' 1.1 the Hist son's wifteillJ; In r subjei-t. longitudes.HE: : tura. uhforniH. write: "I have tested : : ,
1' }lo b. .1! ruled\ ovr. White Ribbon KcineiU on very obstinatedrunkard I I .
*, and tbecuri'.i have been !
d! >!, 01! in I many.In !
re a paiieei
A Itcunllfnt KITrrt In !llnl..t3uy. COULD HARDLY GET U?. many CII-. the KeimUy was !tn'"" Mcretly -- '
of I r"colIJr.I'nd and i 1
;< i l.c ueIi11g: bis1 cheerfully in-
It' his A peculiarly line eltit-t: in inauujrany; j P. H. Dully of Ashley, III writes! : rtor e Whlt..ltlbbnll Kt-niedy Member of I i (
\ eurililig is cLtnined by sawing crott-lies. A piece, I "This i is to certify that I have taken our I'mon are delighted to find an econo-.
,:. the streets. The 1 nncal treatment to aid us in our temperance '
is t l\\.1 just al.jAe and just below a two bottleo of Foley's Kidney Cure
1 .ni'ck, and work.1UruKKiiHor ?1.I \
implon-it point where to liinli shoot out on i P-!' and it has helped me more than any by mall *\. Trial package! ; ;
'1" 'ike himself l and
1 111$1 is other medicine. I tried many ad-
sides. When suli a ficce
IoOSltt' (IIrolll'rly free by writing Mrs. A. Townsend 'for ,
'1 l.i did when the vertised remedies but of them
cut up intoenecr, the orotrh- secretary of a Woman's Christian '
i 11 me relief. My druggist years J. q t ;
gave any
l\t'n'llon. i
ts :show in beautiful plumrlike mark- j Temperance Union*. 218 Tremont
--- legs through the middle: of taeu tht-et. recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. ;'i St., Boston Mass. old in 1-ensacola by I I' : I! : .
I' lt,. and it has cured me. Before commencing I
nnd Cre
-n. i Hannah Uros., il 1'dlafoi! St. : i 't I "
I "- "I'-bil.c'l the tlawnIt its use I wa in such a !i : I.
M. t'cter'.s.St. shape that I could hardly get up !
( than :
i- more proba- IVterV Is in tiie form of a cross. when once down." \V. A. D'Alem.

ihi-ir! liking fur the It is (;:;;t; feet Ions by 4::+) f-M wide i berte, 121 I'alafox Ht.C.ASTOn.i.A.. 1----- ) f j
w >- see In their fa;?!'. :
The dome is 41"> feet Ugh.nnl
,,' from mi .tuke
a >
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.', l-h i I. :-I I host language.a tlii-roiisli The >r. In Knutiind. I &-&ra the A Its K'"d Yea Have!! AilS: t l..ta"/ : F. E. t
Of the 1"olMJ i different s-peries of I SLew. Psj&ffcfuz&W&
... --I l by a wol' (
snakes which are now known to naturalists -: MAMv f
; '.c our word "trrei'n" THE ONLY -
: the great maj 'rity are nut poibonous -
.t!i tin* IrUh fondnessvi I
I and of the four kinds of i s-nakes HIM FOIL A HL'DOIX.V 5c. I ,
through the btrik-
!f t. '. two words. In or snakellke creatures which inhabit 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- i j i J J I.
England only one Is enoruous. Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special saleUse : I L
wlu-i! we talk about a .
each. i ;
H.! .nk.! they ore so calkd BADBLOOD 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- ;

: i' koiit green in them The AVorst t'nrin. Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, I i '

;'.i. jc-t It is far more Multitudes are siufrin; the praisesof worth $4, special sale S2.43 each. ; i
1 w ord is derived froiii 60 Ladies' Black and Colored i

.", '1 for MIII. h't'Zt(1M Kodol, the new di.-covery whichis Worsted !Skirts, worth $1.50, special
,. making so many sick people well "(.i81'. RF.T8 do all rUlmtd loP them sale tic each. t .
"I 1'iiiit as to o.itch\ the and are 'alruiy wonderful meuiciue I lbatreot \ -
i.t i lie ?un anal tvre"iu andjweak: people strong by digesting: nibbed tot a medicine pleasant to take and at loilLivH 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured : ; :
Ukinii tbrin m
funud it 'iu riore'
'::1' U".(', what they eat by cleansing and blood has been pori lied and conii.leimn lug improved Skirts, worth $2 GO to {6, special i
wonderfullT and I fel 1 mucta better in every sale *1.9S to $l.9S! each.Readyto.Wear [
---- sweetening the stomach and by us':' .A1U tAl.LII )!;. Biu-tHs Lutuell.lean.Pleasant. .
"' -"" llefore ('bri .. Jackets, oar price ) ; ; t -

,: '. .Vnaxajoras of Ionia : transforming; their food into the CANDY *1.48 to $3 each. You will save :

., ', !he 'Vri-vv up in \TJS kind cf pure. rich. red blood that IcTACI money by looking at ours before t : i .

tin lirst to teach the make you feel good all over. Mrs. buying. ; I f
.,,' of both solar Cranfill. of Troy, I. T., write: Fora i 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at $l.5O -
w to S5 worth nearly double. :
; --
number I troubled ; |i
.. ..:i'I 1 to give his follu.Iy \\". with indigestion years and dyspepsia j 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece ; t1 :

< they could distlniiom which grew into the worst form. MA teYI(3 suit, worth $1.5O, special 9sc suit. to I 3 It it t
fctars. He
Finally I was induced to ue Kodo!

-!'"*r 1. -declarmij--; that they !and after cured.using I four heartily bottles recommend I am entirely Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place, _

Kodol to all Paatable.! Pt' suffers
and Tar for coughs i indigestion Good,sever Sicken.! Weaken.or Gripe.IOc.&C.00c.
"uable. tried and tested and dyspepsia. Take a dose after ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... F. E. BRKiAiNER'S: H'' :
meal It digests what you eat. SttriUf R..r4; e.._,. nine iMtrfal. ft*T"'-. 319 r rI
"lr. W. A. D'Alemberte, I Hargis Pharmacy, John _
'; r fchepard, Sold lod D"rsnted by an) dl'tlC-
,al'x I5t. Sidney l ahn. i llfl nU TO I U'UA HIP guuw CVBETo&acco* Uibit I l03 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET. a. JIJ _

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: ". IIf U-= t A For hard colds chronic i
: e_r s ,
he iI
BURGLARS, CHASEDBURGLAR y coughs. Askyourdoctorif i
Zitered at the Pott Oflce at Fensacola
Ira,, lecocd-clasa matter. IOrl'ICE I i has better advice. Lowet M.s.. I 1
--- i! --
-Pltt'. 211H South: i oe
: Building ''
At 1 o'clocK this morning a bUI" -
r Uloz street up-stairs. MANY RESIDENCES

lar entered the home of Mrs.. J.I Connecticut Democrats Hcpeful. I BOLD COY BANDITS '

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. AND RANSACKED LAST I Rupert, 139 West Inteudencia: street, New haven Conn., N'ov. 3.-Con4flence Daring August; EVKir:
that tomorrow's election: : will l I": They Hold Up Another In True Frontier :\ "nv

SUNDAY NICHT. i appropriating all the cash be could suit in the Republican state and cnjpessional .1 Style. the death claims paid II. :

r Terms: Invariably in Advance find, but, fortunately for the owner, tickets by substantial pluralities New York, Nov. 3.-A true story ;I States and Canada by v' j.

On Year by Mall.. .. ..............._........_....$5 00aa overlooking a wad of $50, which had was expressed by the ItadPi1? I has been told by Eugene Steagemaao, ble Life Assurance s' ': w

Months .. ........ ..... ..... ..... ......... S50 A great many burglaries were reported of that party today. As the Democratic 10 years old. who is in tha Kings I paid within one day .,ft. ; -
Oae Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 been placed under a pillow. state headquarters, however. county hospital ia Brooklyn, In a proof.
yesterday as having occurred The man entered at a side window, I Chairman Walsh declared hinselt rous! condition, he was the

Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Sunday night, and it seems as if the elevating himself on the fence below hopeful of tie guccegg of the Democratic of a hold-up in true frontier style, lea 1 And (lurin' r unlimited; ?i, "i,

evil which existed in this city sev- state ticket and the election of four clump of woods near his home. i Fear lias'Ctlie :III'I't"1I1 ,i,.,. ,,, .
He went from room to room
or five congressmen. All factional Young Steagemann is the son of a I
eral months will be revived.
'UNION LASE ago looking into every crevice and pos- differences had been harmonized, he wealthy electrical manufacturer. Re'II' Thii excels the ::0' ,c, _

r The police are on the watch for this sible hiding place for treasure and said and reports from all sections! of I was gathering! mineral specimens in great record. It lu v"

{ ar hr gang, however, and the thieves recognize the state were most encouraging.Little the woods! at the rear of his horn, i
turned the pockets of all clothing he been approached by:u.y; -
his when he I
according to story, was
this for have far
they so
I :
PEJTSAOOLA, NOV 4, 1902 could find One purse, containing a Interest in Tennessee. seized by two boys, carrying small pany.

operated in the residential district: small amount, got the better of thethief's :\ash"llle0\'. 3.-The campaignn rifics. Pointing their tans at bin "3tron?est in the \\ rill: !

where is this state has aroused very little interest i Steascmaaa the boys threatens
police protection scant. says, THE EQUITABLE: I.lhf- .,
f that clothes do not ingenuity and he could not \
THAT old saw I'I'i
and the only question to bo determined to "blow his head off" if he did not
About the most successful raid i AXCE I -
reported Oe1171
make the man meets a denial in open it. A handy pocket-knife made is the size of the Democratic leave. the neighborhood.

General Corbin. was that made by )Ir. Thos. Considerable Interest attaches OF THE :XITHi.U : <
i a slit and its contents were extracted. majority. Before he could utter a word or ?;?tout

dt T. the who to the races for congress of the there .
7 ff Wrighton, painter, resides way were two reports.A
He kind to leave
i W0 Tixw FAXI'C has orders to take was enough the first second and eighth districts: bullet whizzed! by Pteagemann's
721 Seventh A thief
at avenue. : OOWLES
his question marks and go home. the purse. where Congressman Drownl.>w, Gi'j-; cheek and i second bullet lodged ia BRGeneral (tj s..

'r We will miss the questions. entered Mr. Wiigbton's residence, I His movements in the room occu- son and Sims are meeting with strong his! left shoulder. The boy foil to the I .\n; > n -

-- while the family slept, :Sundaynight; I Miss Ella 6 opposition In a fight; for re-election. ground with a groan and the two i
: Rupert,
pied by years
of both Democratic Republican 309 8. Palafox St.. ]1''i .' '
Y' TUB strain of standing pat proves and stole therefrom two valuable Chairmen and boys respOLSbile for the Injury fled I -

too much for your Uncle Mark. He 'I old, awakened that: bright little girl executive committees pn- Steagemann was found by a passerby I -. --. -

dt bas had two ccllapses while speaking gold watches and about $11) in cash.! and, with bravery possessed by few diet a smaller vote than was cast in and carried home, where it was I II -

:, Naturally, the family was much I older persons, she jumped cut of bed I the election last August. found a bullet had penetrated his l left ',I Save Money y /f'r':

-- lung and te serious ,
--- surprised when the theft was discovered teal was in a coi- .
and chased the intruder away. She
call the Will Go: by Default i-tion. The police were notified and
it holy
WHY do they I tare atGreat viilarstGlr
t bonds of inatnuonj ? Is it because I and a quick report was made to : had a good look at him and would be I Charleston S. C., Nov. 3.-The elec. arrested two boys who declare they J

the police station. The watches : ton! of state officers tomorrow will o I Filn i.'f"nun"
t* there are =o many avenues of escape able to identify him. She sail lie I I wire shooting at a target ;
identified and by default to the Democrats and th: i i
be be ; I
easily I
? may may was a low, black negro, clothed in a ,.
nominees of the recent primary will Cut this out and take it to
-'- / any ..
--- the means of apprehending the thief i I .... ...
"as "' I long cloak, covering; his entire body, be eleetf.i without any opposition. I: i, drugstore or medicine dealer and --- -- w
claims tne
A CHRiS1J.s.ieuti: t Mrs. Lizzie M. Waite's residence, I Inre-footed and without a hat. The is expected that the \'ote"iil be ilg-i1t. ; act a free sample of Chamberlain's: I
4 dead can be brought to l.fe. He _North Alcaniz The Republicans have nominated candidates j Stomach and Liver Tablet, the best I Iphy"ic STEAMER LINE L-; :=
j street, was entered -
must, have been at the usticatiou I little girl had no thought of fear, and in one or two districts for (' They cleanse and invigorate -j

j ;! 1 of Jas. K.: Jones, predicter. on Sunday night. It was reported had she have caught him she may gress bet their candidacies! will 011'1 abe I tito the and stomach regulate, the improve bowels.the Rcgu-appe-{I [:ewP.en ressaeota '\. .

at police headquarters that a gold I have iuilicLed injury. formal and tht-re is not the slightest j lar size, 25c per box. I j 1 i hung Pjtllj-'\("' i

r i r; MARIE oxELLlsaysAudrewCar- watch had been stolen, but the sum i chance of their Hrction Little I I

u F negie la a poor human biped. Tins In a few minutes after .being I Interest is shown in the balloting! IH.j Nero Opposes: Le are. : "CITY OF TV ', ; ',

S S is base, ingratitude; from the f.Ut'1 of coney obtained, if any, was not chased from the Rupert. home, he I came of the foregone conclusion of I Charleston S C.. Nov 3.-A. P Pri.clean. '!

r Y Marie to the promoter of libraries. reported. It was thought that this wa discovered trying to enter the: results. a nepro; living at Eutavi1 has i.v Miiion! A.'*i am I.\ttrPruecola.i'an <.
b burglary was committed early and ; I I. been nominated by the Republicans tor Fare, d>v; HUll i .
home of J.J. Forbes, a short distance: I ':
om'zials of England Louisiana Will Cast Vote from the first district. He will
IK the high Light I congress ,
that the thief had secreted himself -
+ L had any curiosity, to see themselves II away. He was chased from this i New Orleans Nov. Louisiana I oppose Gorge S. Legare, who was '

+a x't a y ?+ as others see them, it was probably about the premises, first acquainting place also. ; elects seven congressman and a rail I nominated at the recent primary. Not !' JEWELER/ IN HIS

Ktu I himself with the surroundings in order road commissioner tomorrow and much time was given but his! associates '
satisfied reading smemoirs. !
5? .1 >E fully upon It is evident that the thief has
have been active and the entin
number of constitutional
votes on a
-.------- I that be could get away in a confederates, for in this instance I amendments of local Interest. The Republican strength of the district i P HEW mi

I.f hurry should he be detected.On weather to hf clear. Owin will be polled. For this reason th' |
!., f% OEt'KliE F. liAtu announces that special officers for some time were promise

: f be was originally a newspaper man. :Sunday night, also, the residence in this immediate vicinity.A i to the poll tax prerequisite and th"\ Democrats have teen urged to vote.
There is no much of Pri.J.leau's I have moved w, :'i
le few noprops registered, the rote will possibility my j jf :
+r} "I : 9, tj This is revenge with a vengeance of Alexander: Sarra, on West : 120 South ,.
Lew be liaht.! There i is absolutely dount election. 1'alafox, f '! : '
E? 41 tor all the mean things; the newspaper Harden street, was entered and ran- Guaranteed Cure for 1'ilcs: I of the election of the Democratic no! ticket ;I I __ __ ___ _I pied by Bas & (.'.>., .j ..1 I ..
,said of him. better prepared than '. r
; El mil, (Heeding: or 1'rotrudmg Ai tarIIin
Itching : Soipriic.
s sat sacked. I
Nothing of the
u___ cateriugto the fiic. lour aru-juut; will roiuud jour in each ;districts. There i is I greltburialuin dun,"? (- .

; S ,} t KOME people delight in abusing thief's taste could: be found and he i..u"ey 11 I'A/.i. oiMMhM Uiib to cure :I little interest in die! r"l ult. I Very few could believe In lookingat jewe-lry, etc. Call a..i -
b : t tt I jou. .niteni- --- A. T. Hoadl-y, a healthy, robust let me COtJ"'II1CA1111..
t1 t l'eu".wlKHp it Up. Help: us i was good enough to leave everything ; ---- '' *>tarllit:?; Hut 1'iue. blacksmith of Tilden lud., that for i i J.'1. MM'i:} J i .

..r't' aloug all you cau. The worst abused I in the house. CALL FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER ; "7f evrr\ ot.e knew what a grind; ten years: he suffered such torture

city lu the Uuitt-a :states:: H Chicago ABSOLUTELY NEW AYJ PURE. medicine Dr Kick's New Lit Pills from Rheumatism as few could en-t+I --- --

t and still it grows.Boom 1 Capt. J. C. Pettersen reported thai: H," writes I). H. Tunipr. I)f'mJ'lpv- I dure and live. But a wonderful I: I1IA tit R
tE 9 A'- c.
have change: fallowed hi* taking Electric t ....,. ,
-- he was awakened after he had retired LAWYER\ VIAS town Pa., "you'dell: all you 1--""- .,.an mj
i? t 4 t in a day. Two weeks' ue has tatters F itter-. "Two bottle wholly cured i 'heiKGathsalinESSlvain ii-.., '. I'i
: TAHKIM.IOX has given up Sunday: night and was conscious I a new man of me." Infallible for me," he write!, "and I have not felta i -- 1

fctuuip-speukmg because be cannot I of the of I A DEFENDANT' con-tipation, stomach and hv..ri r twinge in over a year." They :
presence someone in ,
think \viieii he tries to make a I Ii trouble 'J.)"- at W. A. J'Alrmbr.rte'-* i regulate the Kidneys, purify the : EVERYBODY LOOKS II
i his room. lie soon caught the out drug store, lil! t 8. Pulafox street. blod and cure ill>uimau= )), Neuralgia -
t ,
speed Tlii? is better than rue i ---,-, ,. ? X'r\"ou"I1" "s,
improve dijjfltion --
'! line of a man's form and he made a ; i FOR THE I I-::
f i'r tjifcll-biiiucr who rests his mind I). M. Hattou i bbck student of PASSENGER STRIKES ENGINE. and give perfect health. Trvthem.
ti t4' ;, when he makes a speech. resolution to make the thief a cap- i I I Only 50 cent atV.. A.. II

r __ .d__ __ ___ the immortal was a defendant Central Limited Wrecked at' n'Alemb.rtt"tlruri rture, 121 b. Pal- j i
tive. The captain suddenly jamped Illinois afox Here it is. CtllCrmry. ,,> '
tI i A I'KOMoiEK says the ark is still I before Mayor Jones this Jackson, Miss.Jacirsnn i I stre They are d.'m t.
jg and endeavored to catch hold of tbe
; k' $ intact on Mount Ararat and wishes for failing obtain a necessary Miss-. Nov. 3.-The north.baun.l i work that be
rU morning ; 1 s K&aey' CarsHot can! "''I i: -I
'h t man, but the latter was too quick for hnuud Illinois!: Central! tin" hf'... ,
to a : to remove it .
organize company eXActed this prepared to do any kl,1! '
licence by great at :2.Z':: : :i clock crashed into a ?";.tin ::::\L::: r.i i !':::":" ;':0.3 ;3U..r: r .
him and nuking. : '
to the bt. Louis expo-itiun. He i is : by ; hasty retreat, I They put on India r tr J :
city for the following of the legalprofession. In the south end Jackson
engine yarns
"mistaken. The ark is down here on got away. Captain Petterson saw I (i Rolli a.t5p' m I0cdoz. : bet; on the market. on -j.r! : "
t ?' Palafox: street, near the wharf, and enough of him to say positively he j i Hattou wad arrested ai,I this completely afternoon demolished.and both t'ngin"t'"P as was alv I ., nt Solomon's.Carolina < a* they have a full lin.! ,,f J

p L for few days since by Special Officer : tires in stork "
j is used a juuk simp.UKKAI -
; was a negro: and he would be able to I the mall car.Engineer {j Does your bUg"J'i :;
; Frank, but he was discharged on account -: Jarvis. of the limited, and
g Jai ,dk interest is taken in the I identify him if he saw: the black : Portland ; fug? They can Make it /" ,:d t '
t'1 of the claim he had quit the Er.;!ne(>r Brafsflell. of the switch engine Their price*, too, are r> errs .'
sit question of noon recess; at the public a ain. I ; and their firemen Jumped thereby i they have ample cal ital : .
schools and much di- "law Luiness:
tif opinions are Since these stealings have begun saving their lives. Several passengers : a first-class earring h.

.' vided. To those, however, who ug- This defendant was arrested and i were badly l shaken up an-j Cement Co renairinz! businu'G I
once more, and in nearly all i
;' A f'- gent that the noon recess be extended cases supposed to appear: yesterday. He I bruised, but only one-J. J. Roberts, of I II I call:Scales on them.repaire.l.

r i with a consequent shortening of are confined to parts: of the city New Orlaens-'was seriously injure!. '
failed himself for trial. hl'IT7.F I.
c to present:! :
?aj '' tbe afternoon session, THE NEWS where there is but poor police pro- The members of the Frank DamoU I BIRMINGHAM ALA. I 15 -tU

., would say that the hours are now the tectiou, there is: an effective remedyto and an alias capias: was issued for I IIi Opera company were badly shaken tii;, !I I I Phone &7.

;t r minimum allowed by law and cannot I him. This: compelled his appearance : : one girl having a tooth broken, out. I II I -' -- -w.-
end it all, and that: i i" to salute: all Ii .
lZ be further reduced. i'toek! -,l all High! lrade: = American -
today. : {
: s I suspicious characters with a double. I A Violent.\ttaik: 11' Crf'ull 'lIrrtl. i portl-iml Cement. "Germania," FINE STATIONERY.
,}se' i He said he had deserted the ranksof i Berman "Saturn," German Portland ;
TilELikeliutlerhtarasks :: "Can'tthe barrel gun filled with enough shot to "La-t winter an infant child of
Ci-nn'tit, Kings x, Y. Calcined I
Pensacola N EWs j give tn another II "IJlackstones" for that of an mine had croup in a violent form,"I].
: bring them to terms. It may be depended says Elder John \V. I! -:{ers, aCliriit- Pli-ter, Io-ptidjle Cement, kept at I IlJliolk. i C. V. Thompson N: '. -
'h; Il little oil or gas ripple" Now, this in the meantime, how- agent for an insurance concern, but ; ian: Evangeli-t, d FiIlf' ., Mo. "I i :; Portsmouth, Charleston,

taunt is too bad. If Editor Shell upon : it developed that he had done business give' her a few doses of Chamberlain's i Savannah. Jacksonville Peusicola, '' Palafox street, ha- ]ji-t:

j. % will ruminate: on the lemons he I ever, that the police will leave no Cough -nif-dy and in a short Mobile.; New Orleans. (ialvpston.We new supply of Liu-,\ 1 r.: '!' :

learned in the (iood Hook, he will recall stone unturned in order to bring the under this line without license, : time all danger wa pu-t anti thrchild also make shipments. direct fromMills Papers, white, blue :n, 1 ; \
t >conrpd." 'I'his wherever w. get!< cheapest! ( ,
rf remedy not
al himself acknowleding: he had! not .. tl :
the omission of oil is Envelopes to mate! K
is3 that a guilty parties to justice and summary only cures croup, but when given i, freight ratft. Sole ;selling a-jf-nts for .
he the He afterwards "Alabama": and ":' iuthern Cross also Foreign Mail TaM i n
token of sorrow and will cease to procured paper.: a? soon a! the first YJnptfl'n' ap;>e tr,
punishment.I I "
1' gibe THE NEW-. Peu-acola hay *, I i armed himself with l the instrument will prevent the :attack. It co:jtaiu* Hrand, Portland Cement, M-iijno-: .I velopes to match. 1 I' i. '
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I i no or oth -r ha-mful *ub lance lia Hydr IIIl1e Natural: Cement, .
however already aautd her grief I A I.WKK.U OH'Kit. opium made Penholders, Ulai.kb > ., i i.
near Uiraiiuznam.:
I and may: be given as conSJontly to i
at the loss of the oil well with ant I A SAD LIVER CURED. etc.. always on hand.
j. The will
undersigned give a free I a biby atl) an adult. For -ale by ;
I t4 oil mill, .ltd the Loss of the !gas well I Dimple: of Chamberlain's Stomach: A bid liver is the cause of most of all dru 'zistsatid n'.!dicin" dealer-. Correspondence Solicited. !| Phone 2ai.

i is mitigated by cur zealous politic- uul Liver Tablet to any one want- I the Us i a itli! which toe human body i '. -

I ing a reliable remedy for disorder; utTers. The best way to overcome .
ians. I C.I.13'rc TL :t .A-
j i 'If the stomach, bilioustip-[ ; con- I this uncomfortable condition i is to .
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stipa'.iou. This n a new remedy have a liver r< medy upon which Swansdown Flour.
t As a natural sequence, to round I I anj '' I eantll&dlI'
4 and a uood one All druggists you can depend. HEPAl'ICL'RA :
out and complete the ticket started llltilK'ine dealer. i is the thing which will give rug a !4

by the announcement of the candidacy n ____" !' great deal <-f pleasure from its use HAS NO EQUAL TAKE NO OTHER.Fleiskmann's --
of John N. Stockton for and speedily re-tore, you to health ,
: r !\ PeculiarTo I' Mr. Ja-. 1. Mt-Nair of Pensacola. i All kind of cku-r; I'"t"
I United States senator and James E. Fh. says : I have had some trouble Yeast and Swansdown :Flour will ,
for Hon. i rocking chair a4 Mcr t-
: congressman. with my liver for about a year and
Call should his half. I tried make the best bread that can be produced.'E ...
Wilkinson announce ItselfIn : a have a good many Quina's. Prices (t r* 'rJ
hotor : kind" of medicine, also physicians'
for gubernatorial
I candidacy treatment, but found no relief uatil s \\ ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH./
g44 What a picnic Florida editors:; would what it i is and what it does-containing 1 took 11IPA1ICCItA.: Oue bottle

i3 then have. They could economize the legit bloo l.imfunjr, ha<
the expenditure of gray matter by have gained: even pounds in weight : Camden
alterative and tonic and
t : reprinting from their l:t'l tiles articles : in three weekMy appetite is good HAS NO E U AL. DONT PAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
l effecting the most radical and Iud that bad taw 1 had: :n my !
per- I
1 then written, and they mouth i? all ')I1t-. Sold by all drug JAS. McHUGH
fit the case like a glove on the hand manent cures of all humors awl all ? Prop., :New Orleans Grocer>'. \IIHS: ALVIMIs t.

of Twentieth dude. weak tir L I'hom IO.1 H and 10V. ItiI' llden'iil't.
a century eruptions, relieving gists.FOR Now Open to the Public

I languid feeling, and building up
PILE under the manaeJ :.: :
the whole system-is true only ofHood's F. B. BRUCE
Seed and Chicken Wheat call
Rye ,
I i Is
mostly responsible
t Constipation i
L for piles. Ma es of hard dry faeces Sarsaparilla on the Mell Crosby Company: at MRS. S. MIMS.

i veins packed to in such the bowels an extent press that on the the No other medicine acts like it ; the Phone331 Alciniz: .street warehouse.29)lm tVir lAlu i ia i\\\ tied AtAht! f of Pensacola.FItidtRATES

circulation: o' the blood u Interfered no other medicine has done so I ; \ : I :

k with, the veins in the rectum become much real substantial good, no REASONABLE- .
and is the
1 expanded piles result ether medicine has restored health .1 IFOR MAlY
t sk I Cure. the constipation by using; and strength at so little cost. I PUREST MADE. Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and I II I j By the Day: Week .r M : .

HEPATItTRA and the piles will "I rm< tr,'at.hd( with " and came I Try one 01 our celebrated Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. Table Farni-ihfd wit t, t. .. F:. .:
Ii heal themsplvp not too far advanced near )lo-tns myye ight For four month- I I I'\ Market AC"N-.

As HEPATICURA is entirely could not see to do anything After talon! R. $ S. Felt Mattresses. Hammond and Other Typewriter*. Typewriter Supplies. All Kinds of
( free from irritating etlect*. it two bottles of Ill's Sar.aparilla I couM set' !' Solicited
; i They never pack or grow Repairing, Lock and Key Fitting.: Public Patronage
i* well to take it in advanced cases: to a'a k. and .when had taken eight bottle i High-Grade Hammerless Guns Kept forPentBigl Supply:; of J'reab Shell

to keep the faeces :cft. Sold by all could see as wt'1! is tver" St"su114IS3: lumpy. Better than a hairmattress all at Low Prices. I I Free Sample: ft' '. '. 6

i dru ;hH". TOS Withers X. C. at the '
half price.
Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to II 16 South Palafox Street. SacJay Rates t I v -
and the Marston & 'I }Ien,
2 'ASK: HIM FOil A UCOG1.NV :>c. cure keeps promise. Quina. I i

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= NEGROES CAUGHT PAINE'SiCeleryCompound W... C. O'NEAL, President; No. 5O08. F. C. NORTON. Cashier; I 1!J', ;:!:11.1 '.j:;.. -

SlEEP J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier :, (-


Knight and Walker :McKee I OF PZNSACOLA. FLA. 11:j r
Makes Permanent Cures in I

fOR BABY negroes, were caught at McDavid Designated Depository of the United States. ; : t i

yesterday with concealed weaponsand I Chronic and Complicated Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22!, 19O'J. ; I i r i l

were taken into custody ,
by '
Cases of Rheumatism RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ;

ASD REST FOR Deputies Brewton and Vaughn. Time Loans .... .. .. .. ............ ...... .... f.346,354 Capital Stock ...... .... ............... .... J200.000.00 : R
of 'I Demand Loans...... .................. .... 119.919.71turplus! Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00
P O1JV Upon a plea guilty from each, Overdrafts...... .... ...... .............. .... 538.74 Undivided Profits...... ...... .. ..... .... 15.256.97 4 l : i
Justice Harrison committed them to It Giles New Life to Helpless] U. 13. Bonds and Premiums... ............ 214,29687 Rediscounts..... ..... ...... ..;. ...... .... 64,071.57 ,
: and Men and Stocks, securites! etc... ...... .... ........ 2,625.00Furniture Circulation.... ...... .. .. ...... .... .'... .... 125.000.00 : Ii
jail to await trial in the criminal I Crippled and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits .................. ............ ...... 455,036,05
court. They said: today they would ".om ell. [. R. Stamps... ....... ... .... ... .... ...... 74 M
Cash and Exchange...... ....... .. .........' !
enter a plea of guilty to Judge ,
Professor Edward E. .
Phelps M. ,'
Beggs. D., LL. D., has given to his profession $Sl 9.3GU9 SC'J,364.59 k'

i1 1) a positive and permanent care This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I
OVER THE OCEAN. for all forms of rheumatism from your business prompt, courteous and careful attention '_ i I i
which so many suffer in the autumn
season. To the rheumatic, this 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME\ DEPOSITS. : i
Forty-five hours constitute a week'swork
I truth should prove encouraging and iI
peep| for&}'m Tortured Babies and for woman and girt in New Zea- comforting. Men and women suffer- I,

Rest for Tired Mothers In land. ing intense agonies from a disease G2r 5't5252525/52.525252525
Next to Warsaw, Berlin is the largest that stiffens the TAG
Warm Baths withtiCUr frequently joints, ..RED SALE... }
Polish city. Its inhabitants in- cripples the limbs and renders its {. I
dude 7t>,000 Poles. victims qaite helpless, can be I
stored to and re-I
activity vigor
The number of counterfeit! Portuguese -
i if Pame's Celery Compound be used i MEN'S AND BOYS' ,
: banknotes is said to be nearly as i I %
t j for a few week* There is every
large; as:: that of the genuine ones j reason why sufferers should pin I I ti IV

Over lt 1.(1 XiO hotheads of tobacco i their faith to this beet of medicines. j| 'I i| ; ..1
n are now ill store ut Liverpool, which I i, Your friends and neighbors have' i N ,
";: asI !L'11 the largest tobacco: warehouse in :: used it with success; the honest physicun J l ] J Dependable Clothing :
I A !I' is it in I
f prescribing: day
the world. every V I
ftr1 j'I N 2 rc525 S Z524Z'rSZS5 2.9 I I I
I Ittl'rl'
: .Luang; (;(;1)\100 laborers in -Igfaa I cases where all other tpeaas have : ( ,,1

< V Applications! of Cut!- : are STi.UUU men '..':;,tnM) women I j I the failed: happy, and reult they are Why delighted bcsiate:;; with, or j I THE Character. Style and Quality of our Clothing recommend themselves, but when marked at One-Third ;::1 i I.
ni, purest of crnclUjst uinl tMjO: children under sixteen \\h) doubt the power?, virtues; and ( m. I Less than exclusive! dell r prices, it's to your self-interest to make the savings by coming here. I !

work more than eleven Lours a day. racy of the medicine that i is curing) Our Show Windows for Powerful Convincers. '
', of skin cure, I I &D-See Big ($%: I
J! in Kuala Ijirapur the capital of the thouaud! today? it is your only } : 4 .s I
severe cases by
I'1' t'rate.l Malay State, now has anintitule hope; your safety and life depend I I t !
.':ut.ur.Resolvent for medical! ami scicntitic research upon its use. Lizzie Pierce, Folder 500 Pairs Boys' Pant's, all wool, 4 to 100 Boys' ]Blue. Black and scotch I j' lien's Dre-s Troupers.-Ocr Line I I
the; most speedy, I : open to workers: of any; nation-1 j| Tenn., once helpless and in a critical ,' 15 years, Cheviot Suits,((5 to 15 years Compriseill! tint is Good in Ii 1 J I ; 1

",j .ccr.omlai treat- ality. condition frun rh 'lHllatiU1, writes: Cl.r'o... 00. )Ien',; Fine Trouserings. : 1
thu8 # '4#N. I }
.' .' : disligtring. A novelty in divorce is reported froma '.I had rheumatism! ;::0 bad that I A Look i is nil we Ask. The Price '1 1; : :
t' >>. bleeding scaly, little town in Austria, where the parr j I could not walk, and could not bear 360 Pairs Boys' Prints, worth U-00, 350 Boys' Drp-s Suits, all materials, Doe the Hcet.S3 t'i I !

: :r.y: skin and scalp ties ii a recent case 1s.ou11l'nnls of in- ,. to have: my legs: moved ; I often 4 to 15; years, G to 15; years, $3 50 $4 $453 HP t to $6. ., : I I t

.;-. 1"5 of hair,of in- \itatiou to their friends to be presentat thought the disease would kill TOP. 75c pair. S2 23: *2 50, |3, ?:U 50, $-I, np to $(;. 1 I !!: I 1
the trial. :i iTlw I1 commenced taking Paine' Celery
cr.iirca: :; ever conai 'Compound ; I used two bottles and I Must; be Seen to be Apprgclit; I i
porte has issued' an edict forbidding 'wn Our HI' t bow Wir d.I1nrove con-
Pair Dress Pants: worth I
have cot had the slightest o.t>v Boys' I
all Turkish! subjects under paia symtomof $1'1 25, 4 to 13 I ri-'tvlv wh'. Wt:1: a.ln doter yon in
I '-"' ;1 &\P, rheum'4tistn situ,e. I wish I could years nOYr-; i FunTailored Dyes Huitsaud
", :',aun- of severe punishment, to take lesr whole OVERCOATS. ,
world the good .
.' and your Sl.OO pair. A r.itive snilj: ( of j250 I
i i >
; in sword exercise revolvtr
fenriii or in : !
has done
other, .
I 1.1\ I in' .ncuiul, tne. Mj I to t-l: a -nil. ..' I
i. ', -in..| sore practice outside! the army, as theseprIt't i who had rheumatism for years::, was I
'ir\\ the tolU't form the : cured Pt n.'s 150 Boys'Plaid !Suits: 6 to 13;:; years, POUTIN'SUITS inChevbtsClays !, ff (tin nn !
,, -., ,.,..It"....(;". l'c.'I a danger for public by LVlery Compound and Worsteds, 15 to IS : Un'* Ii''12 IiSC 1.'nl.t ref/ nrl'c" $IU UU J
years !
i f,'in i-tlrriUtioiir.. security.Jerusalem. 'i after u-inga few bittles. she can 75c suit.luO i
:-.t f n't*or...lIclII. :, run now like a child and says she i !te' 15 fin ,mils car pint 12,50 ;, I
I., for ulivntttve11 is now supplied with water !' feel $5.50, $G. $6 55; $7. A to $9 50. | u 4 z
ten I could tell
..1t'lIItIeIlIct from Kin,, Solomon's "Sealed 1 I'oun- I' yearyounger.: Blue Cheviot Suits, 6 to
; Boys'
,.. 1'III.'vl! ,. you of a dozen or more people who 1 Ml' 18,rlO! SflttS! oaf[ & 15 03 i
:; I :; taiu" seven miles south of the city. cured 15; years, '300 Pairs Men's Working Trousers, | / ,'.. t ,
1 I were by Pame's Celery Com-
"''r :2c. On'T1I"'T. t '
t. ChartnlioaM. Silr q, the water is conveyed partly through;;: I| pot!ud."" $150 suit. 1t!li'S Top Cent t $6.00 Is .12 00 ': 'I
,' U Pea,Par f ol* 41 11.23; $1.50 $2, $2$2! iJI) j : i iMONDA
'. "k l"nyk,Uoaaa. modern iron pipes;: but partly by the j I '--' --- 1

old aqueduct| known as Solomon'st ': .., _. -

: ,:aedtct. ':i DIAMOND DYES Y'S SPECIALS.V: I !

Catarrh, an excessive secretion I Remainder of nil Colored Silk Wait, former- Si.T.'i: oNE (;.\:,STANDARD> PUIXT, 10 yards.. ...4c I
NOiES1 are made especially FOR THE HOME. ly $3 5i: to t 00..._.. .._. ...... .. ... ... .. OVE CASK: PKUCA1.ES, Light; and Dark, 12'ic i i : :
J PEWS from an inflamed mucous membrane They are for HOME ECONOMY, and 35 Piece; New Fall\ Pl'rcll'q.IO value .. ... .. ,c I talus, per yard .. .. . ... .... .... ... .. .... .. .lOo .1\ f{ I. l,
i is and
radically permanentlycured can bo used to make anything: look } I I
\ by Hood's Baraparilla. bright and new. I'lrwiun book and I I
'-- .'--"- ", I5li; "d samples. tree IIIAMUMEt' >, I W.J.&B.FORBES. :
Ilarllngtoii, \ t. i
:l.i.e Col"IIf'W ad. STEAMER CAPTAIH; FRITZWill I I effi f \ ;
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C -----o
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itare's I, ---
-'t new I i :
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i' 1'.dies' I : If You Bay Them at the Boston Shoo Store, They Good I I
if r make regular trip; between : look Out fur I'eu'r. I are ; :
B. H.
I I" :
I'ensscolji, Point \Va"hiu?ton and Biliousness\! and liver disorders atthis I

r ., ', ,'u t. !Freeport. Leave Baylen street:: :, tJ' ::PXYOLE 'r rt.E r. season may: be prevented by I I

nf I! FMl IM1 .- wharf Thursday at 0 a. m. and arri"o i 1 38 EAST ROMANA! STREET. I cleansing: the system! with De Wilt'", I II A MATTER OF TASTE. U i j'

V .. V --1 I .1 I ii 'tllr Ja '. i at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. I Jaroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialty. I Little Early: liters., Thee famous i

Leave Freeport Tuesday at C a. mj -i i little pills do not gripe. They move: i
: !F'n-i i >('iety will j and arrive Peu":acola: 6 p. m. same the bowels gently but copiously, and Loud Fancy Cut and Perforated Shoes do not do the Most f i I j
: I f: )' i.lnurn: : at lo I by rpa on of the tonic properties, .
Z: hono 40G.I Talking. Good Shoes that are Plain Speak Volumes in
d Fare round ?5
trip ; one $3. i
jy. way give tone and strength to the glinds.Harris' I :
': ;r w iiiJus: ;. Mewil I I
Dignified: Way.: !
THOS. CuxDttx, Captain. I, Pharmacy! John Sheppard \ V .
-: in a.teid.

.. ":!y.Pl'tinlofCamp holm :;I R. K. V/HITE, idaey Kahn.Frances'. 1.-I !
Ruth = Beulah $2.00 Shoes
( V :lm bveai jti Watch for imitation beer II JTatchmaktr! Jlaiinfjctnring Jcncler Diplomats Cigars -

i : I ">i>k's offlcer! at I being passed on the public and (JrHtluate Optician, at Solojaon's-10 ots '
.1"I: in inbers I are LuliP-! Shoe* full of the little nicet M seen only in custom : ;
that straight.
requestfir for see };
.. ; "Schlitz.every" (S south PiUfoi St., IVimrola,iii i -_____ I hue*. They 1 Lave correct shapeuid; --winff. Foelnnj t I !a i
cork is branded i I'
\I I Cleaning ladies skirts and waists ; that you will appreciate Rutu-Pr.uhth'- :,-k that you i '
I"I l'u\\tlf'r'l fur I I I Iili i ;
call and look at :him, I
I liililreniit' ASK HIM FOU A IU'I)( I\S': 5c.NAVA COAL STRIKE COMMISSION.Lehig'i ; i ii one of oir specialties. Star: Laun 1".r ,,.

'. \! '.. brae, in I dry. -.. : I
r nurto t
M.itttitrJ. Ii
1.1 New York. I'ure % i Valley and Hazeton! Regions I

"atq.MHCI the,! Teething IkiweU l ani,isi :- ttfo ,rr re l n aUt for Yh" N"'I'I hl I Are Inspected. Refrigerators\ have n I :1 i s i
:)curs testimonials., I Hazeiton.! Nov. 3.-The anthracite Boston Shoe Store : i'

i tarn ilrilKRlals rt. Uliustt-d,2Sc. Xlin-,' I.uft Union Naval ShH'f'800. coal strlko rominisslon!; arrived in 'hjL few left, which we will sell , I hiRh Valley region from S-rantcn at cost. Marston $ Quina.

_._ ........ .. ji is u_._....._. ..._nft today. Th" cnrcralssion r
t Warm and Dry. O_._.. ...... ..... 3 75 0.... ....... ...... 1 :u : spent the 117 South Palafox. 1'!
hunt-Kftsen powder. :> __.. ... ... ...._. S60 K.._..... ......__ 145M I night and ate breakfast on their special I IMOIVDE3Z
ivii.i;" 1:,::;tweatulKure, ...... .,,_ .. ....... 3 w !!!:?.... ..... .. ...._ 1 yiK. train. Th<\ party was met at ,OPERA HOUSE .

\t All druggists ana .._ ... .._.........5o: D.....?............. 1:1:. I rond Creek about 12 miles north of .._ ----- .. ------- "{aWifWE'VUWt r t
1..... ..... .. 4lu e.. b"low ........ 1n, here by District President! Duffy. r>' .< < NOVEMBER I O. 1Hi1t1
(10 ; Chocolate with srttcl.dTuarscrt.a-51 :.. I the Untl'dr! nE" WOIk(tR. who will; !]

,.Rh.hpcd C, cam at Solomun CALL FOR PABST NEVI MALT BEEP.- I represent the' wlnPtF1:11..- 'he commission I Friday, November 7. I
is this reckon. The i it I
oprrators .THE.
are represented ty General Sn- IOU'Q
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i perintr-ndpnt Warner, of the LohisaVal'cy Play that will Create! the Hsnsa- ,
I & Wall ,
:.e ;a" 't DSey0D1J19AAi6SII40 '. .003i61600 <.i00043 Coal ('omrs.ns.r.d General ?;uixripfpnlert I'.A tills of the D:ly.Mil. Quinlan
Richards, of the Lehiehnr I I ;
9 ,'arre 1 Coal company. Th DAVID TKAITi: I t I a atJi

,1 BUY A BUGGY., pn'; 'i. tin for today was an extensive I'RE:'ENTs IMPER1ALIHSTBELSMK. I e: ., c II' .t t l }
R TA Uhf I T
n-1 :: ,1.a1l! made up so as to cover t! !
wt fh, '"r.'I"" Ilnzelton region. The !
PI} f" o-I'OH--- O greatnt Direction DAN alt IN LAN. late'| ji
of the ,
territory was 'ie\\".1 uI1OR R TRTHMOR59A
:Mata er and Inter!>,cutor of the 6i
: :{
I\\ 0 f! i: riip special train. ,. 1 ;

, HJ IN CASH ,0: ,': $$1 I OS 1""r: Ix-histh. Sandy Run inghlan.1. AI. (>. Field Mumre-! !II I, I 5 i '

V V: 9 Fn 'an.1.l rfton! and Jfdrtn! the later : Ronnuce or Life Founded ouOuid -- I TrlENUS ; i ar! '
!I'o! the home of John Markle. r- :\'}"Strathiiore: ," and 42-ALL STAHS-42 ,

.- >L SMALL WEEKLY INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS 9 th.i i.ividnal: mine operator were I author of Ioths," "{'nder Two I Comprise all the U-to t i

fit \i=;"n .ind the train was then run to I Flag," nc., with the popular Act- Date Dishes the Markets [ .
i -::ST ASSORTMENT; : LOWEST PRICES.c! TN rule Lattimer. >nin<>sville and into re of the World
Ha'dton.1sit to one of the I Virginia Drew Trcscctt, Matchless Olio! Affud. .
LEERS' REPOSITORY '[ miry! ; fo"i np the Mme! until noon. Its Picfred Vocalists: Exclusive Specialty! : Ii i i'

rr,'''mWe that tomornw will\ fin.i i Supported by Alexander Frank anda i iGsrEECsw : t li
i d the arbitrators: In the Panther Creekthere II Comp:my of Carf'fullyt i 2= it. .:1 ,}l ,
I JO' -511 South Palatox Street, Pensacola, Fla. : I tJ :,
"ail"-. Players. ( Street Pig Et2t l ta{ j Ladies' Private t

fcfolo .CLsorxts* e ... :
: I Produced in a Manner Equal to any i iPrhes .
J '*'" HL\ory; V/aqcns. H. H. Babcock! Go's Fine Vehicles ci 'I"Il' i* life there is !iop'. New York Ptuductio.l.'I -:25. 50, TJC:: and: SI uu II I I Dining: Parlor..", "l 1

i 0e I WAS afHict with citarrh ; could 'I Prices-25, 10 7-jC: and $1 I 00. 3Frances' I 1.

'. : neither taste n,)r smell and could Seat: on sale Wednesday at noon. Diplomats Cigars I ( ''t' t'
hear but littl" Ely's Cream Btlui I
wsCo=s..a. .a.oo;. scot1.e.a40 cured it.-:Marcus i. Shaatz, Kahwiy. I ......_ 1_at...Solomon's cts I Regular Dinner Daily. ;
November 8. 1 {
-- : N. J.tREAM I Saturday .I.&f, _. '

i BALM reached me safely I1.. ./u wji .L .na. L. facr-.jt witc.: j:
III\HQr.\ITIH I'ORSCHOOLBOOKS !i and the ttfect is surprising. My son fir iiUid u.oUvvV! It "J. call ou I l '')rt O"' (:h }''''1II1I111'U1. : .

says the first application Rave de- s-t-,,' ,1-, th.- jew-itr He wui ac. .- :,' "1 ur Uay. I i t
\ -
i I cided relief. n..pectfull.1rs.. :I)111l1n.1atc "',U. .
Franklin Freeman, Dover, N. H : ...VVARFIELD... I! I f.If f. '
I The Balm does not irritate or cause Try Force at Solomon's. It < Hometblnr tjnna : : ;
\1; L. sneezinjr. Sold by draughts: at 50 ct; \ -,__ -,_-. !I you wub you'll fine it to at rat l' ;! f !
rHE In His Whirlwind Success,
LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PENSA- or mailed: by Ely Brothers, 56 War- : t '.
COLA AND AT LOW I'RlCE.GEM :-\. ren r't.ew York. "I?OI'.T H.\m;,\ CAS. Fla.. Oct. Nick
ji' 2tJ:! 1W2.! -.seald proposals: in I Apostle'sPopular ;H
I PABST 'NEW--'M'\lT BEER IS THE The Auctioneer tiiplK'jtf. will be TPc"-pd! until I I
BOOK 11 Xov. 19. 1'jirj.! for 1 Restaurant. I.
-.. STORE. PUREST AND BEST MADE. CALL FOR :;;u a. m. con-- | d
IT. Mruct'n, planibir.:;and "ii PTIC wir-- i! : s sWWW
a i ig two sIngh suts X. C.O. Quarters, !,
Four Crowded Months! at the Bijcu
: '. of SchoolSuppPe-, Table, Pe-icil Penholders! Etc. I Hot Rolls, at 51>. m., lOc.a Theatre: New York. Fort McRee, Fla. U. ri. reserves'':, \ }
right to rtjfct or accept any or all ;
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY.\ I a doz, at Solomon's.Watch UNDER MANAGEMENT OK proposals or :py part th-reof. In- |
I !.>rmatioa furbished on application. !

I your corks; see I ...DAVID BELASCO... Envelopes containing. proposals I I ? A.S =
OHA8. E. JOHNSON mould 1 1 bfl naked Propo''aN for Se1nt.llt I .1.d. :w.:1:;
that they are rz n ded Prices-50(, $1 and ?1.60. Construction. addre; ed to W E. I I t.r..a un. '
218 SOUTH P.ti .u'ox sri Ecr, II "HcJilitz." I Beats: on sale Thursday at noon. Cole, Q. il. 20uctll7aoT25 I I JI .. 1'fl-tl---

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THE BUYER OF BEEF. I I Slow Starvation

He If a :Man of Con.eqnnoe Abort I
the Sukaril
is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia
The buyer occupies a position nf consequence and Indyesaaa:

\71 A in the Pt-wkynrds community.He body If your In food fact remains it does undigested actual it can't r ; '; ttf
by de...
\ \ : is an expert, usually! a tu:. II u. uud- V4rft > stomach and poisoning the system. : y ad; j h '''tfV
,, U. fJ- file: age, who has lhlIILhi:. eimca- t

,\ /-1 Lion! and ability\ partly !in the

I !J packing! &houses :I L'1 partly on tli-- !1' D 0 a Digests!
: ,. #- Au exin'1-ai.rod; buyer I is !likely i \ to receive :::44i What Ycu Eat
c."' .
'f:' ,... _, a salary of $-tIW( to ;;.IH"' a
;jr" i :Kodol is the sensible .
remedy. By
digestik-! > ,
"- and !he is worth all of that for on
) ear :
"tj> 'ia
/ eat it strengthens the body and at the sang! ,
... : his ability: to tell: by a moment's tubpt't'tton "
; the stomach.
: rest
> soon restores '" V
.r'i p-re.! ,
.,-" __' ,' :: : : what quality: of beef will! be \ Cathartics and stimulants only reach the ,: .\

.. ... ; : I produced by a steer that he uertr IIL-- ,1Kodol cures. It 13 ature'$ tonic. ", -1

.... ./' .. .:-:. .:. ( : : -' fore 1liJI''t'" on deivuds primarily' the Five years aeo a disease the doctors called! dyspepsia took such a bold on T. at .i ,
,. : ,. 'rfj: excellt'iHv! of the: product issued ,by his scarcely go. I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nll&hln bp. \.4
..... ./ .' ,., -"i\ ... I. drowning man grasps at a straw I grabbed Kodol. I felt anlmprovemenat ,. i- > ,
'" of 1 house and hence the increase of its a few bottles am sound and welL GEOBOB Must. AhtorneyaiLaw.ocoaai t 1**

3 O ... .1 :;.f. : i 1'-. businos.The It can't help but do you good. 'et

L ';-' \ ':,;:.',:.$2r-j: j }. ": ) :: : buyer's work I is not arduous find Then bottlecontalns2"tlme-i as much(actual measurement)as the trial Flze which
.., : "'i''i .: : J'j" to ail liprciirance his task is a simple Prepared by E. C. Be Wit* &Co.. Chicago. Sold by all dealers "t-HMriOt

':'><::1 /.:} t.: .' ,\ one Ill walks! along the t'at! board Del ill's Mica Bazcl salve akin a soothing diwu, healing application t'r pitry: beta w
ea. Beware of
\. COUntc'rfl\LI
; N: Q'f.: laid along; the top of the fence glancIrg ; -

\ .J ': : at the cattle in the dil ll''ut
: ftii' keenly
I I : / ( jeI\Uv
John tsheppard.HarKis' Pharmacy Kit
.: ; Sidney :' .
... . Vhots
......;. \ ".r-. pens. Some lit passes by without a
\:" \ 1 others he to Inspect more
pause, stops

j i ,\): ; : 1.\\ .- r {J.cts plea.S t"\tJ)' : i closely\ and occasionally he displays,

..\ ...,.: ., his interest in a group by asking; a
; }:'. \'i.: ':: "bt' .: I \cts question "f two of the man In charge. ? 11' 11; t
".: ?'. .' :1 1A5:1: .' ." \.,\: .: : Berxeficially; cxpericuce enables him at a TRY fl N HIS !
'\/ ; 'f. .::11"
I =-I./-' :." '?&,,> _;.fA : : !.. '.<:.' .:....' LaX glance to distinguish: between a grass 'I
'- ': .. vx.f > 4 : U.: Acts lr-\Iyas a dVz fed steer and n com fed steer, to decide
: --- .
*' ?. y ,*** whether an animal is entitled to -- -' -

_ : :: :':.... i Syrup cf Fi:;s appeals to the cultured and the be classed as "(all'Y." "pi flItl"or "com

.' < :/S. : .Pmt'. :; : wlll-iit.rnlJ! and to the healthy, because: its com- luo and to mie-.s within a few pounds

1.-. : .'r..... ,.: J. potent parts are simple 1 and I nhoilsome and because of an anim.-irs 1'11:11'1'l'iht: by glancing A. i\ff esSril'KSiiiK .A ,7.8 V Y

_ z. ./ -" ;:'. .Y g&, it acts without disturbing: the natural functions fit him. The buyer makes his purchases

..: r ,.... as it wholly frt-e from every objectionable: \: "ou the hajf." paying the market ( 1O AKW411ILFoLJ.; : :

:.., .. ., : price ruling for the day for the
'. : ; < ", quality or substance. In the process of
grade In which it is decided each! :gsoup IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
ti I "/ : 'i :. ij6 '.Y.f':0:\,"", "< manufacturing; firs are used, as they are of cattle belongs.; In a few words the
f .;? : .1. r \ pleasant to the taste but the medicinal ;
'. -1 .. ...:. ; transaction Is computed, nnd the buy- IiARDWAR.

;, ; t.: ;:iJ ,"".'.- ',..' .::''t'I! \\ /. virtues cf Syrup cf Firs! are obtainedfrom : pr's Interest In the affair! is eudwL
.t.i"\. -';.',''?.:''','.;,.: :':..g:!... \..:t,,_.if'-.i, "Ij'.;; ."bi,1.\\ ) /!' :!;ef/. an excellent combination plantsknovn ; Leslie's Mouthly.

t '\'.,. S."..,:,;t ,rr', "'!. :'if"i. ; i f /"./, I/ I: to be. medicinally: laxative I and to T- Iron Nail*. Axe?, Shovel.I;, Saw Mill and HteainlSupplies

t r: ,:.r'.q, 'L': .,;..1.7'I:: v'f"-'j.::} -. .!.:. .jf..l" .Ii ': I; '" .#.. act nvst' 1 beneficially. CocklL'K1! and Heating Stove> Paint i
."" i 1iI>" !.t'i'; { ,. .1 \. .\ Doe Line. Window Glass, Guns Pistols and Fi-hin Tac .
:- \ : :. ;. f.; :" .. #. .' .: f.:: T JiU its beneficial effects-buy th.3gcnuint. ,
'?:,: ". \, -" ,' ... ':! The directness of the bee's 13
;t ;:, ; ( eight
.. ';; : :. \ ( .... .-manufacturtd by the Agate anil Tinware ana Iloiisciurnisliini, (iSJAGENSFOR G'1u11
: 1\: :; ?; I> \ .. :. _'
\ proverbial The shortest distance between
\. .,t.:>..' .1t.. !,:,,,>:::;, \jJ : .
\i':. '-"''1;:':f1''f.'; :K." .\ ..\ any two given {points is called a j BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO Ml': .\\ \-0;)
bee line. observers think that the
Many Revere Giant Stitched Belting Northampton En .-
\r'{:; 'i"f.i..: ,
{1'iJj .'. ,_",, / :i: .:.. immense eyes with which the insect is Wheel Co., Liftin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's 1 K .

...,. ., .."...:.. :" : :;. .. } AU'fO'-"RrffiIA 16 p furnished greatly assist if they do uot pornine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges, \\
f!. :1r.<' .it",1. '.
,/G... f.A ,,' :'\ entirely account for, the arrowyitraightLess Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Iasu.-
iii'. A----\; ; ,'
i 1!' "I'f.: 'r-....::: of its passage through the Made Railroad Colors.
'., tit :...;:.:'. :'!I, '..: ..' ( nir.!
/ iffl.
... Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
'-...._' .:...f..: :Jo.'; :-}''''..:, .t:. I
Fl vi\ :.f.j l-" : \ San Francisco; Cat I. A StrlLI *K Similarity.Rachlcy .

;.,'....:,'t; '....'.X./... Louisville, Ky. new York. N .Y. -Why is a woman like time?

f'i -'<\;..- For s k. by II dr':9ji fats. Pricelfifty-ccrvts pcr-botti*. I Benedict-Ik-cause she never fails to

pet her man in the end.

: ISachley No; !because she reveals all The Star Laundry
I ,
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She .Needed: Plate*. Busiest Best!
fnaL.E' Card by Cllarmera.L FRUITS! AND FLOWERS null the belief in the A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY.J. ,
: Cobras arc selected! I ly the so called! -- Superstition X. Patterson night policemanof

,4 make charmers of both lsj"l't' and India Plant no more fruit than can: l lit iacautatious of witches arc not entirely Nashua; In., write* : "Lt.t: winterI

:_i for their ptTfornianct-s. The Ilgyi properly cared for. dead, fcs the following tale will had a bad cold on 111\' lungs; and

1 '!j tlan I'h.irmors smrA'timcs pretend to In orchard planting! ; select: trees with prove: tried at least half dozpu adrmKedconsh /1
a One day a gypsy stopped at a Louse, medicine* and had treatment '
('11.1! :;, ti wrjM'nt{ into a roil and, according f a view to sod bearing, good quality I I < a They Speak'4t
I and, pointing to a child, said, "lie istick. from two physicians without getting
{ to JtMiffroy St. llilaire, this I
good and rood kt>{l'iug. I
i marketing! ." any benefit. A friend recommended I
I Ittrm it
1 tJ UI'lII' iram-p can lH' induced by pivinj{ ; a Luck in phr.rinp is like; luck in other "Yes, he's suffrrinfr from rheumatism Foley's Honey and Tar aud two- c !
; :;: "'queento tlu' rininial's nook
third of bottle cured I
things-it generallymeans good common said a me. consider ihMse1vsr
the woman."Yes.
wtivh! !Undue nvulsive)
a rigidityi'n
it the greatest cough: and lung
and food management.
t souse
t him if
and I can cure lady,
"m which the soon recovers.It medicine in the world.V.. A. I
r : : ;k It n'H'd L;:rdly be said that! the snake When fruit: cf the highest! excellence! you will:I let rae have six' : fancy plates, D'Alemberte Il5.:! : 1'alafox St.

V c t >. .irnii-rs iil\vi\s carefully cxtnict the is the olject. the runners from the but you must be sure they are nice. -- - 1. I We let the Shiral4d !-, c

1 t V 13 ''III df tlie snakes they use.-Quarterly strawberry plants should be kept off. "Oh. anything to get; him well" said ASK: HIM flit .\ Hl'DGlXS 5c. I Culls we Luumicrp'- "

t i.eriew. To have plenty of good fruit end vigorous : the woman. "I'm willing to do any I themselves. They will talk; ; .

thrifty trees there must L* plenty : thing." and she fetched a half dozen I
R I CURES WEAK MEN FREE. I than we can. We want t" l h :
fir ; Death Snperalltton.t.r of birds to keep down the insect line china plates that had been her ; y
; i! more by the work we d. t
.V Death sni-t-rslitions{ are rife In theVf5t iM.-st. pride.

r V \ Iud!..!!. To tl.e 104'OI.le there ever.thii A variety of tpples l to l e Profitable! The ?yp y't them out in a row, one Iusuie Late and A Happy lioiiiefor r tj I I what we say

yF i :; out of the ordinary! is a "bia.; must cot be suited to the locality after the other, placed her hands t.n All\ I

Ill ( ulia a person with n sore" or wound but must be productive of fair size attractive tour center ones, mumbled some How any man may quickly euro li'in--lf. 1

+ of .my kind will not look upon a dead cppearance and a good Lecp- words over them and said: aftery-earsof n>-M, lo-t vitality.suffering nmiit(ruin 10...sexual... varies-.IV weal-'. I ALL WORK C. O. D. Goods Called for and Dslirercj F: :'

h: j t'' li>*: ->oi. fearing that the spot; will I,, er. ow. if you will let me take those etc., and enlarge: smitll weak orjmis to full
size and vUor. Simply semi your namencii TELEPHONE: 11-1. 27 GARDEN ST.
Ct'iue inciiralile. The rum used in ivash- In order to have plenty of Cowers platys away with me to destroy them aJ.lress to Dr. l nal'P.dieal' o.. !I\: "'

tj' ( 11.;; a had l Kly is, !ho\vi-vt-r, resarditlt the bunches and vines must be keptin jour boy will be cured of rheumatism.No I Hull HiiiMing. lI..trolt.IJcll.., and they '
will gladly send tree receipt with full lin-i-- WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
a iR r ;\ sure cure for nil eye troubles. Ii dowering; condition by not allowing more aches and pains for him, lady; tons so tliit any maD may easily cure iiini- ,

'I ij < Ik'lit from a caudle! r lamp flU on the Cowers to remain on and po to nothing but good health lady It me self at home. TbU: u e. rtalnly H most, I
erousotferand iii.- hdbix jag:extract it 11"11-1
: ,z 1'ta' 'a.: e of the dead, death will shortly I, I1't'd. Cut off the Cowers before they take them, lady, and cure him." I I duly mall show what men ( I

i :uo to Lini or her who was carrying fudu. And the curious part of it is the woman of tUoirisrnrro-ity."Ueur W12KKIW: : P"ICII1"DULJ. NOTICE OF ELECTION.

td "N! ligla.e : : did give the !gypsy those plates. fur l'.r.-l'j youri of'e recent accept sincerethanks I havi- ''TolIE' "herlY: of h-cumlnai >. >
for lonr .....ld.A given your treatment a thorough test and FOP. STEAM DIVISION: Klondti.lie .
1 1 tbt? beiielit bai extraordinary. It lia I It known that I. U V
"rty Years Ti.rture. remedyfor a hoarse cold that Ishighly ,. PEN3ACOU.V ELECTt&CTIaIL11PAI: .
r The )* ( (>f 3ottier completely braced me up. I am just a, Secretary of Matt of ihV > V
/ ," a i'i> be relieved from torturing dis- iad. rc d is: a bit of porous Amon tIle lower animals the moth vigorous when a hoy" and you cannot I*.AI LW A Y COJI''\Z'iJ. do hereby give notice unit: i
rea'izc how Imnpv; 1 am. OKXEKAI: ELI:I I
M4 ,. after > s, er's lace, for her ) "IIo'ar '-ira-1ourmethodworked( benutl- 'l'ranp leave Per.'AcoIa for the l.lttLasyo '
41 i forty year.tortar* might only .
will lie held 1 In Kscainl.
of till lengthwise .ut'i. .
one u arldatatisle until the off-priug is were exactly what I neYde ti.Strength 'i. big iayou Warringtonary Ian
i 1 Kloritla. on Tuesday int \*-*
;V 'N..n!! c tu-e th gratitude I fan P one. just below where the collar fastens anl1'llor returned and Fort Karranoan at In
for itself. The Len will fret and aud eulurgement is entirely sattttctory. Monday Novnnij.nd
i '': :it l i-i what De Witt's Witch Hazel letting it extend down on the flirht: for her downy chicks but when ." '\:tua.marriveatFOrtPerrancat! TItat .. Tnecday being the

": :. ldid for l'.lIaue-y. Geuova.O. ('Ia'Iot.fll'r a day or two replace this they become feathered and comiueneeto no"l'l'.r trouble Sirs-maUini Yours wa.ti'of received the receipt and I had as IIMW a. m. arrive at For K&rraacas ll:4)11p a.xlaep.m.arrtveatortarranoaa KOfKTH 0.1\' UK :N

"Dc Witt's Witch Hazel ; with a seen'ul. nnd so ou until :illihree I I! and ? so arrive at tort Karraacas ':1*. For one Itflpresf utat.\"+ VV'
> -ays : piece do their own foraging; the !i t etlw) rhen dirt'r'ed eau trot )ttII \ > ;iv 1'1- a t> inn c; p. m. p a M-tnct of '
fEressioiial r
F > to weak: men. 1 am "r. .Hly iin >rii\td ini dlap.marrlreaFurtttarrancat 7itp 'I i
t :t liv- cured ue of 1:11': '' after I had are usi-d. In the ease of children bei-oiiies indifferent to them mid :i size.strenK'! and! vu-or." | 'fa:001 p m. arrive at Ko't Kurra&cis 1I'r. p.D tight t'ongrebsof th'l I :.

'.if-rui$ forty yn.irv.' C'ir' >- cut, who become hoarse without fevtr thistreatment thinks only of hatching: another brood. I I All curri-sponili iice ,i- .ti.c f v. r'-i'rt-nt: Trains Leave fan J2 rraueui tor fts a Florida.Fur Secretary of .toe. '
F : 1m!. 11I,11"1111phtl' -al- n < n< ->" I :Lreerlpr I cola IlL
t is often useful. The loses her foal and the! cow i ilu'r .1 ,. For Comptroller ,1.! -
te' 'ru- wounds, skin diseaes.: 15r ?- mare I frfor ask: ilL al i : \ wun-
'\.'r e man tohan-" Tl am. arrlat Hensacola 5:aa > k l-Orono JuHtlreo: Litinetitateof ,
calf only during We suckling i
W. A. Herren of Finrh, Ark., ; PI'r.o.1.
: r "f counterfeits. llar!;i-* Phari : i 11:" p m. arrive at PI'Dliaeola.,11:.5 F.a Florida
Kahn. write;, "I wish to report that Folly's t'::nine dams cease to Mmw affection Ji"j p. m. arrive at Pnnsacoir. :Jil.n ror two Kallrodd l""", M -
v. J.ihnSheppard. Sidney
i Kidney Cure has cured a terrible to their progeny aft-T the puppy icu p la arrive a: Ien.a30la ti5 p c state t or of State Honda.senator for s.Iiistrlctot .

ea .
II '
A ra>'!o'i: Spider.Ai ;; stys 8:tfi p. m. arrive a t I'autacci_.._. l:&: g. a'saturays
V, It .'. a curiocs study to watch theu that two doctors Iud given up." W. tin.; sto through the ei.tirtanimal I 1 p.WifiSKT oily snitatlvea For two Members of the tsiatr of:tinII ul t I ,'e i wiiite, I'nuvii sjHrkiMl spidersIi A. D'Aleniberte 1213.: Palafox.St.An &kingdom below the human >|1'1;:e< the FARE tOS.Vt.ZK: EATS.Feniaaolato For Tax Attestor.Kor ..

tr''. V !hover ,u-uu:':: plants seeking: 'no.n"t Contribution. maternal instinct cndtin-s eaR! while Fort H,rraacat and retort t* Tax Tounty Collector.Kor Treasurer

:Ih n. t I1--'y may ':('-. Il\1r. It seems ali A nunibtr of years agoMr.; and arc the young oats are Lolpless and ca""es 1 I PearacotatoNnV7Yard to Palmetto Keaca aad ana return recra__ (tit s.Pentacola For For three five lk:members>unty Comm of ti.- '

&t ,";,,- ;'na'i !: 'c tl! at tht-y will v..niiiri Li-l.iidStanford were travellns through when they have grown up. I of Public Instruction.
k 4 .. .1 rn ,. to their: des insects the middle west Incognito.; They LapjMMipd How different is the I louif a human cvpil .t"lJJlDIJ'DI! :. Kor Jumice of th. J'eaoi '. "
di t when wtaur the runnlnj t folUming Justice LiistrKti. \ ./
t t' w,, their S.hilt this is just what i to be in r.Wuiiiipton.! : Ind., one mother fur her children: That lute open coaches No. I.

e.! ,,; ti": capturing tlies of tha l.-ir tsti'hcy Sunday and. pursuant to their usual never dies and seems to grow more intense i LeaVE Fen eoa LT Fort Karraaeka.m. : o.1.For .

k I: will hii'.t under tie! JfUiU custom, went to church. They attended aivording; as the chUrcti: I liecome i < a.. 13a.m.Ha. u u.. Justice Constable LiUtncu,In viz.and Kr t

x Of tt.e: 11.' ." .'r". -ii.l.v'.un: Mr. Fly cerae-i the Christian church of P.looniiuR- less and Ie.s worthy of it. The black 1pm. 'Jm \0.1.

bu'iii. :;log t\v will *pri-\Z; out :t ton then larcely in the hands of Atnzi I sheep is often the best 1 bcloeedo I I p.. 11 I p, c. No.No. 4.S.
p n; ;.n '
}i t b.nt, :.:ul tinie\; thing be knows he i is At'nter.'Lan the 1'1:1.11'Va!' parsedfor 4 pm6p.m. Ii m. No. l.
\\ liThe .. ... ti o. 6.
ia: bc'nar draggtrl off t.> Urvisj up ut atpMr the ('()\\l.t (ln. Mrs. Stanford dropjetl t p.m. f be attention of the sierjff! V ,
earliest nf cs aD m. f m.
mention wheeis i ia I D .
liiu-Uev Tiny jrIth! ty by in a ten dollar oGp: <'ce. \Ir. Atwater .t toa law requiring them to 'BU--
the Bible is in Exodus: siv. 'S.. when i j TAEl ros ILrPA1Eenaaaola toe said election to be puts,-'.-1 i I .
tljti: nil-It! if lie has a nek. and dart was tho deacon in chnrce cf the to ort B rraaoai Saty paper printed In the county if '
down the It-aves, skip to the grass and, collection taking. It was noticed that the chariot wheels of the r.irvirti.ius! lard ana return_.____ i i paper in the county if tli-re i t.
were taken ol by the Lord. Uut Penuo,11It ta Vaiaetto .e.oll J fed published in the county tiiev t '
a1* ay. --.>-tunes wkin;?: t!.\ big leaps of the: ushers held a hurried conferencewith mtors_______ tat least five coplei of this nolJl'-!.< '
s A a. root and a half, then disappearing; noon him when the money was taken lots are meiitioucil in (ieuesis: in. -43.r.ut Wnerelrbt ..l...<1 .ft..r 11:11 D. m in the most public places 111 the' .
there were older 1I:1\j"II" than theEgyptians. In Testimony Whereof. I hav ,
-. wlt'I'It's the old torj ofuVr -
;cows forward.At my hand and aLltM) : "
t!>.' and the tlr. only the spider !its conclusion Ir.t"l.Il'r said: ; The Chalcb-ans u",-d! x Every Woman 1L[ '.J] of the hfate of torar
luts. and the Grl'I'ks-J'lIll'r'! pswmsdate ba09(>e. the :
't de-'sn't stop to was.: but boldly carries ''Ladies! and pentleraen! there has evidently Famous at home for day of A ,
from aboit !'Kt I:. I'. -bid char- Il tatrerkdarrlp n. !t tl -
: oil LIs booty without saying "ity your been a mistake, some one hasdropped : 4 .z, aM at tu wu i-rf u. H. lL.KA<<
.hj lots at the siege vf Troy l.ViO B. C. Generations past; "e M\R\tl bH-re'.i: .
a' leave. a ten dollar poldpiece! into the ( Whirling Spray To George E. Smith!! hr.'f.If. tCoubty
Trobably in reality the wheel is about T"e lal.d 9rty., /. o
{' )hU1'tun. If Le will pass up after theservices Famous now all over I i [1 -ta ItM UK'iIIKI trp.f _
The Haby Carrl rr. ns early a piece of machinery! as any M--t C. *nt
we will! be glad! to allow him ,
When it Uivuifs: necessary to wash to I \..lIanIt for 'the amount he intended now cxistln Of course it has btocndelopetl. { the World.For ld kr K lit 1 uur*U UL J If you want a good tif-

the baby carriage put a table&poouful but the bicycle wheel! of to- n.rnxr41
irrr..n.awovlytt. f"-f-
of salt into lukewarm! water and use toive. day is a lineal descendant of the section sale byDannheisser !II'K% !>.!., "" .,.1.'DO y stead or a nice Crib forbabg
It i,:. i if l'Our1It't..' 11'!' toy thatMr other, "' anadpampfrrtn. '.
this In couiuxtion with sand soap and I I of a log of wood used by the agricultural .ka.ttglrn. ,1 < M ar.'i/tJn ft
Bros. .. to
*. Stanford not take advantageof foil "'tn: ulan.n ."... urn.ln. 1 go
a small scruL uu;; brush. The salt prevents I ioplo3 thousands of year n.atl.toiwueiM.tuaaIO.. ...der

i the reeda from turning yellow. I l the opportunity.' tli'o. .._ '" h Room tic Tlmet Bldg., Hew York. Quina's.

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uIJw1I1j The H-0 {=! Company's a' Light Biscuit J Light Pastry T Light Calci "
i Light Work Light Cost-SURE and- .,

._I. l I 1 r Quick-as-a-wink Y110ti

'r ,' Your meal is r what

"" -i ff you supply your coot i



F I 1


.. a't
t } 3 !(: ?
iur. Cloy nnn.'r So Time Wa.t*d. ': '

(< \\'r Cee,, city ball Is only thirty-six: : Probably since the world began there i A WOMAN'S PRAYER.It Delhi Historic Is the most City historic of In aD I ;

t' fl'n was never a period when men wasted >
their: time as little as they do now is notable that in the despondencycaused India. It may not be the oldest although : ij iji t

.. by diseases there it lays claim to a respectable f 1
e Inese Me llPlnc says the London Spectator. Whether womanly seems '

C. from the of that time the master of Delhi called ,
pain at price I
> ', !ilfd down and harden- not ]let it slip away empty. Never was escape except J
life itself. It would be sad to record himself emperor of all the world, and ; '
; :nri'-d! under ground for a the fascination of work so potent as at
w : such a story of struggle and suffering except emperors, at least of India have ruled ] ,
". flmired in n police the present moment, and never before
.r : ; Irs for the fact there almost ever since. Old 1 l i'
j' ghai recently. were the same keenness and o i'
.It :: concen- that in such dire
,, t;; without the walls, is a city of picturesque
t tration displayed! in the pursuit of dis distress many a \

Thin Cork.: traction. Energy Is the dominant quality woman has ruins; imperial Delhi, the mod .,
era city, was created by Shah Jehan, If for Infants and Children. at
\v.oil much lighter than of the AI<;10-8axon race, the qualI- found a way r

r or\ -' ,1. The marsh anoua found ty they love to exercise the quality back and happiness to health ., I contemporary From the date of Queen of the Elizabeth.first Mohammedan I The Kind You Have Always Bought lias borne the signature t i' r

:I they cannot choose but admire. Workis the use of Dr. incursion A. D. 713, perpetual of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under hU ,
no ]looser '
OM IlnRlUh Cn.toro. regarded as a necessaryevil Pierce's: Favorite warfare raged round Delhi until at personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no on* >

tn \Venleydale villager or even wholly as a means to an Prescription.This \ length she yielded to the irrvbistiblr to deceive you in this. Counterfeit, Imitations '
end; it is valued for its own sake. The -
t ,, the bowing: of a horn richest in for great remedy power of the Moguls. The city was 'Ju> -a..good" are but Experiments and endanger: !
men America
work hardas womanly
f, winter is Ftill carried out. the poorest, or at (least pretend to do ills has well been, alternately Mohammedan and Hindoo health of Children-experience against Experiment. ; '

.. ,? to guide ln-Jatcd! trays so, lest the called: ''A godsend during a great many years and finally '' .
society in which '
they move
: .lnst as the foghorn should suppose them men of leisure, a to weak and in 1803, was made British by General The Kind Ton'Have Always__ Bon
Lake. Delhi has
who Is nearing thefrar.1PTN' sick women: It the finest and largest
supposition! which would t '
we understand '
r establishes regularity mosque in India. It took 3,000 men sIx 1 Bears the Signature of

.,.. --- against American, whatever dries weakening drains heals in- years to build it The noble tomb of

rnrndlir.K his position in life. flammation and ulceration and cures female the Emperor Ilum.iyan marks the I

:K. :v'M.orliUMl hold the weakness. It makes weak women change): of creed which followed the .,
I II" Immunity For the Flrptll strong and sick women well. ,
:. 'v traific. The record Is Moslem invasion while the ('bsen-a' I,
1 Birds do not cat fireflies, and even Your medicine a'.nost raided me from the .
n. .iU i" the course of a dead,"writes Mrs Edwin H Gardner of Egypt, tory of Jai Singh and the deserted hall .
bats, which seem to eat everythingelse Plymouth Co.I... Box M, My urine was of the'euty columns recall the short #
r that they can chew or swallow Live brick dud and I had paID all over me and ,
such feeling It seemed I could not dome triumph of Krahinanisui.AVhr : Ii '
a dragging In Use For Over'30 Years. '
(;)a.... I never touch a lightning bug. There hou-work I had to sit down to wash the t ;
must IHJ something distasteful in this dishes e\en In the year men I was so sick I me e "T.U"CON.1N. 17 .uun N..rrr. N1wON, C'rr i '
: l ,
rendering claaTI
T i
: ': di.t not care to live and prayed many times that HP D11n't"oh..'. rr ..J.I'.- 1I 1'- "iii. [,...iiI ,
Insect to the feathered world and
: '>L: the prtxi'ss of man- thus God would take me. Due day I found a little .\Alabamlan tills this stury of his I I
t."i forcing into the the species is preserved for if it were book. I read it and wrote to Dr. Puree, and ina -- -- -- - "- t f
few da\ recuveJ an answer. I decided to try negro coachman who invariablyoted: : .a
|1- a stream of osygcnii : not so lightning bugs would soon b his mri&ine. and Uvdav I am a will woman 'I On one particular election day he
returned -
brat generated oilmis come would extinct as the torch they carry have I n-etl no always have no headichi headache no previously pain at home in the aftrrllttllIth a itA it-- W. B. WRIGHT COQ! : i
the of
only serve purpose attracting
o ntateriuls.Pg the monthly period and such pnin that I woiil.l countenance that hooked as if it had I I
their enemies.It roll on the floor in agony I tack three bottles
if [Jr. 1'ierces Favorite Inscription' end three been taking: some familiarities; with nbuzz MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER. ...
: roger. may be that the uncanny appearance i of 'Golden Medial i Discoctry' and three vials !'::\,'. : ,f '
of the insect giving forth, as it of Dr Pierces flea-nut IV-lits, and was completely .
!;.rniig districts of cured" "WLct's the matter, Back?" I ask..]. ,
doe, a brilliant flash of light LUMBER LATHS
:I-JMM! to small was every Accept no substitute for "favorite Pre- with some solicitude."It's iTffc I !
moment or two, deters !birds and bats
> ;v them. J scription." There is nothing just as good. this way, 1 kiss: I went up thereto

-- from attacking: it, but if a lightning Dr. Fierce's Common Sense Medical the< \ctin' place, and there wuz the I :, SA WEn CYPRESS SfiNGtEE--llin-Driri! >< San i : 1

C __A'.S FRESCRIBE IT. bug were a toothsome morsel to at.ird's Ad\"iser-sent fret on receipt of stamps county tidertakih, sob, a-stttin' with I

bill any nmuber cf the feathered to cover of mailing only. Send -J #. : 1 i
i Hided physicians I expense a big look op,'ii 'foah him and he sez -- PESt.'COr.A. FLA. 1 t
world would soon overcome their repugnance ote-cent'stamps for the book in .
H.-iiey and Tar, a*: paper
to me rigid slmrplike, 'What's your .
i it cud !'o safe and I to the! little li\ir. torch aiul | covers: or 31 stamps for the cloth bound V :
camel' 'Zl'k: I huniMo'Let's !
!:: for throat andrAatnledicine. i go diluting for lightning: tugs.Mr I \..lume. Address Dr. R. V. Fierce, : Taylor sex, j : J
.- ; : I I $ufFalo, N. V.MASONIC. sec, s>..:s the undcrtakah. And I ALA Wt!

: ,; 121: S. I'alafoxT' 4 1 _., ---- --- Li turned our the Kavrs of the book 't1 a i Ii

Thorns C Jnl1t'IIf'. I All of a sadden ho stopped turnin' and 1 ij

"wonder why Sr: Tommy Lipton I HALL CESTROVED.i begin to run his linger;; down the page; WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.tGER TRADE ; I i;I

;resent' to give has joined that Intlloon club" I muitcrin' tn himself, Taylor, Taji.r.! THIS WINTER THAN:v !::" 1'1m.: .: r I !I '
!Building! and Contests Burn at Euch
I i. .It through the Ilrllt' be thinks that when ho lifts Taylor Ta'lorZlCk..111 putty coon i 1

tble articles: at the cup ha will lift it high."-Cleveland anan-Loss 3000. he hollered out: 'Il<"ih it ii You \b!.ickscoundrel .! SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW. ; i I

i-urtly can find 1'Lua Dealer.V Buchanan Ga. Nov. The Mason I dun buried you ten year j

i .. you. 11 you !<' frail, a two story frame building ago! What you mean by tryin' to Olsen & Calf !: '

Diamond line I \elntiger.. with the hall above ant store room underneath vote? Just then a passil of whit Thompson, ,

t. ,;.. h-f"I'tJ you buy. T tty Tiptoesvhcn robbed of a Jewel was destroyed by fire ycster. men tuk end threw me out, and den I I

e l". :'J l':" O uti,T A.. Felt the loss to be uttfrly crewel day morning at 1 o'clock. dun come home 'foah day could bury _..Manresa. Street, Teleiliona, 147. ,
- - -- -- -
For she cried In a fright, =:: '- -= -- =- = =- ;
; 1711242 iLI2,5, W"'f' Loss of Masonic: lodge, upper floor! me again!"
; "Tholl h It's not anthracight, I
A I'm .urald they will use It for frwel." and furniture! fS'X' ; insurance, $G00 ESTABLISHED: : 1663. ,

(kl U Cincinnati Enquirer. oil Follows, loss $300:;/ ( ; no insurance She Strode to 1'loune. I .

# Mrs henry Hammond, who owned tho The waiter girl at our table was imbued fa
-- -- store room untlernoath, loss $400, cov- with a sincere desire to give satisfaction 1ii t ,

':":':'..'..:..:"' ..., :::".,. .:::! :I'ii2'V.: .'..,=,=,...': .;,,:::,::,; .. I erect by insurance. Loss of Strick She did her best to ;get; from -DEALERS: : IN-' 0 I"" 1
: :\ the kitchen prw-Ki what l'al.h
f land .ros.. stock of goods, $1,500 ; 'L "

i !irs'irance. $l/if>0. A small!] unoocupi er asked for, and she SUCt't](' IKJard'l ShIp Chandlery and General flafdoiaw ; i 1
: EN TY WORDS \ l store room owncvl by Mrs. Delia well! indeed. ;

f'f'T' ,(t!) Bishop was also burned loss $200, no The oilier evening at dinner she said 60S AND 005 S. PA1\I-XIT rUt)- /T. { JI I' ;! ;

'. .<., Insurance Loveless & Son's storo rrogwtivi'ly to each man in turn, ''t' : I Iii
-*JSS** M S* r-.A.GENOV.-----| -* N > *"*
: 'Chicken; \ tomato ? and j : I
; -FOR-I or soup OUt
t (
but of dam-
a] wvs also damaged, extent made answer, "Tomayto," and the second REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEULINO'3 HONH CO.'B ; ,j( I I ;
age has not li GALVANIZED: WIRE ROPE A. .RUIBEL.:50N'S PUilFB.Dnc '
said "Toiuawto and "

I t, TWENTY CENTS. I 1j':' covered unknown hy insurance. Origin of fire the third added, "I'll soup tike poibe tomatto." : Csrd2 ti ?iis! Gist: Mies! lutr:12ih:: Shrtt, hdrztIu :1,' I I ;; I :

.. .. Whereupon the intelligent; maiden COMPASSKS. LOG, ETU I I
delivered the several orders Into the
-- -- -- -- --
England's Volunteer System. 'kitcln.n in this wise, "One tomayto C. McKenzie Oertiaif: Collecting; Acnt, for Bar Pilots'\ Benevolent Asso! q I .

New York Xov. England's volumwr elation. 1 :
''linn invested in the DAILY NEWS One Cent soup one touiawto soup and one to I '
t a system is virtually on its trial, -
Soup. !
\ ;M brings wonderful results. There H no according to Th<' Tri unl'q London Thus each :guest rct-ened precisely THE GARDEN SECTION r ; a I

: i :. diem in the state far realizing a want correspondent War Secretary Brod'- what he had asked for and was happyuhtii !

t rid has decreed that the volunteers the licit: fdr was takeu. i I LI j s
_'i columns.HAYB : o-OF-o ti
I _
mast spend six days In ramp at a fix Hut that is another course.-Ju ;e. ; '

!I I PI! period and this regulation !ha3 : :

'J YOU WANT ?! ( :: I caused a great deal of dissatisfaction. She FolKmrtl Inntriu-fiuiiM. Pensacola, Floridan i

Notices of numerous resignations! of
A lady once employed a girl to assist
-- ---- ofl'cers have r,H'n given and there her in lur hous>e\voik. One day the I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. 1.- i i

has been a big falling off !n the recruiting
mistress wanted to make a pudding,
A- :,'. \\IfII-d: N3toriety Wanted returns. The exact state of and, having bought plums\ she j
some I Beautiful Lots for Sale. : 1 ;
B I \f 11I1"11. Opinion Wanted. affairs will not bo known until oCl- vst'l-iinti: to the gill! how to stone :

C .". N inted partner Wanted.p clal statistics are Issued. them. She {ilckiil! up a plum and tool: f 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord .: ': .ting
\ ,
: footed. QuiltersVanted.. Called! to Door and Stain. out the stoiii; then, thinking! the girl I t r ;
location and :
E : '1' Walltf Room Wanted. Nashville, Ten:!.. Nov 3.-A special Knew hon- to do them she put the plumin ] to surroundings. .
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F'I I:'!r'' Wanted Wanted.G her tiiouth and left the kitchen. The ,
',. Servant to The Danner from Sparta says that Exceptionally Good JVeighborkood Beautiful View t ; 'i''
\t'anted.. Teams W\uted. Thomas Burgess was called! to his door 8ervint came into the drawing: : room ,
half nn hour later and said; "I'leasf. High Dry Fertile Lands. ; ) 1I
H \;.llied. Uuionmeu'Vautell. j last night; hy parties; wnoemptied j i
I've finished The host.iet departed I
I "" .,: Wanted. Vehicle; Wanted both barrels] of a shotgun into mum I

J" Wanted. V'iye, Wanted. I IiI, hr'lst l an.1 he died within a for the kitfi! "-ii and ln-hi'11 a The grandest opportunity for investment ever ; 1
I plate full of I>ot K Wanted. Xperience Wanted.11 ,!';:1.. few hours. Burgess was a private the plums. Jane?" she asked. "I'M' offered in Pensacola. .

I I L \\ Iited.; you're wanted to have ['1' ttrcti\e. eaten 'itu. mum. as ;you showed me!" ; '
) Home Seekers Should See These Lots. i
pqti'anteL I \ Zeal enough to ILlce a No girl can get rul lips by artificial leas the maid's rt'ply.
--- -- -
i itEJ aid. They are generally the gift of l l lte
Ni _An .%npr health! though there are healthygirls A VM ClUlOlDSCorner t
> Puke! of Sase-Weimar once invited
whoso lips are always pale. Biting \ IS I
: t.ti t.
(:i 1II' 'T u III i I ( SPECIAL: RITES BY TH fSt the lips wakes the kin thick and John Sebastian Itach, the Nesti.r IIr I li
i.D. I IDES COIUULES. German music, to attend a dinner lit Garden and Alcaniz Streets. r '

". I n..1. 111 1 t WEEK 03 MCHTH.W. : J JI I the palace. IVfore the gm..ts sat downto f ":.

,... I Since have learned that it I is I the foast finch: was asked to give BKENT, w:". H KNOWLS.H, W. K. H > fcB. IK., 5 'j 'I
.,. ,.' we K.O. 1. H, KEEHE.:! f
.-_ _--_. .-_ .-_ .-_ .;.' .,
Jf' = The scsited
.. _. nn improvisation. composer ,
-- .- .'L- :' ...... :---.,." hygienic and not rank: intisou to have I Prentdent. 'l'r"ldI1t. Lasater" Act t Carbfer 1
: Lln'self! at the Larp-ichonl and
{.rowing; plants in a sleeping: apartniiut 1!i
'I-:"\ .i TO l.LNI). I straightway; : fi-rsfit all aUmt dinner I
Tlmlu-r I.titlll.. I it is well to have one or two on "
aural everything else lie I 1:1)111'O long
a window sill. First atioiia1Bank ;
)1 unproved; real eMI 9';.> LAND OWNERS: OK DKALKitS-- that nt tact the duke touchod his shoiil1 L

M.S1 Hin.lUCtS Ht lOW 1 have you --aw null or TurpinOneLaude : il va: Li-lio K.: brooks !
e rsrtlf.' lI 'Dwriie full: particulars, cox I There i is no cough medicine *o pop-
S. I'\fux t'.t.. FIherSmtm! : mastl'r. but we must not let
11.JacksoarillrFla Malvll.VIlt
ular Honeand Tar. It
I __ __ I aFnley's .he soup srrt cold." CF PENS a COL A. TLA.t3 .
contain* no opiates: or poiton.; and I 1
Rich 1IF feet and followed
M I \ -\>i> you nerd money? GO'U) -!. never f'lil to cure. W. A. D'AIeni- sprung -
t any amount you want I !berte, 121 S. Palafox St.fieanthe ; the duke to the dining room without ::Zl:: 23 t)'_'onB1 !
r innud lowest 'alt's uttering word. Hut hi .1'1 .
a was 'fly
1 on unproved city real M SAUAH Bt,1RXEManutaeturerand -- - -- W3I. H. KNOWLL3 \V. A BLOUNT. C. IH.L JTT A' i. u Y'Ili: JI. :
r ,-1'i, r, ref;, isouih I'Bia-: dealer in Lair "flat Hata1'oiietArtlelesBalrOlteto.'a I I CA.BTOrl.I.4. seated when hf sprang tip\ rushed! buk! 1
ln-til Itll'>!I. W. Government !' 1 1 Kai Yi Rile hwavs 3C"IuglatrSO : J to the! Jn'stnitiM'ut like one demented D. O. IJJ-,KNT, 1 1I
I I > hUKUOVi MONbY"c : # struck a few chords and returned to : ,. =:

you property,pro- CU'' FLl) WL'I-4. of the dining ream evidently ferllng moth I
j.. 1,wv or sell real ('*- 1m d Dsstfe Uss M t ) U
; 'j
/ ILY KLOWKKN and Herat Leslgas- :
1 tares Attended 10 I
UUT he said "hut in l
intcrruiitcd lie a
jou i
Medical! Socifiy, Attention
'" C.Patson A Co. I "c1i'urblsns ordered for castomresHits II' r
l'"n.- VIolette MoreLO, fcS West tireg.ry, i series of chords and arjvgzuw: on the
:nice agents
.I .'I',we," 1&18.will 1'1)lend everyone money I -'-"on.. _- _4dm-- I ,h9 There! PensAcoli will\be Medical a regular fociPty mest'n! ..l al of dominant seveuth.Ind 1 could ml feet erWe Craw ocr o-wn Sills nt Exchange:: on Great Britain, & cQsrnany I j 1 i (

t t', uso. sdfi .". .r.r...)). he Board of Health office it at ei;I>e until they wire resolved into I France. Austria, Italy, HIJhr.1. Hp&in Selglum! Ra9.1a., NCI' : :

------- -\\l- ANTKU-All--- -- -kina- -o-;--eoply- -beer j'clockp.m. Tuesday. Xov 11 and 25. I the tonic. It is as if you had snatched ,. way, Srelt2, Doninark and other Earnpean cosnirles, j jt i

i t. <>H IM'At. V\ hOttl"s 8. A.t'atcnYAK. n01'Hf1'IOIrlllliIlIZl'h Visiting; )physicians. are cordially a glass of water from the lips of a man

l' ---- I .. 'nrited attend. I dying; of th'rst' Now I have drunk the ,+ Vedeel" Disbursed ar-n tha Most KaTorabl1) Terms! and their I '
r t M! \ country b.ut \\ \:\ : ; \\I pay nick, ac
i,iit> mile from car U eldent.d'atbandoldaebeimrattoprenewal ; DR.\V. C. DKWRERY, I glass out nud am coutent" Obligations'f-ti'-t..yableaPort! : of neEtjra.-'L; Ten or Ylftoen Da) I i'i
t'ltrproi "'rty on contracts. AMKU1CAN: Ht\-' President after V&Rf'cl ArrtT8iJ there ; e '
I "ilV It tt'll ar,' TfcKMn.Vadinston.. !I.\.'. !ixi-oat I --- -- I ;
OK. L. DEM. BLOCKER, I :'enaulionaHat."What
"' .rtuulitrs! IIppiy at m25ttf ?" asked a S\ftrty Deposit SOSOR for Sent: in Connection i I
Secretary.ASK sensations
t :Slolui I \\TAXTH>-}our solicitors; apply to o.A. were your 1
11 Thornton >0.2'0 et uo\rrn. the reporter of the chauffeurwhose: ,I with which XVG h: ,a.. Px-iTi Anartmont for the Use ; :
II "I' nut Huun..... in /nt ttrerl, belwerQ und in o'clock m the
(ortuoon.'ANTKDSlHn. 1"0.ltu' had struck a tree.YrlL" ''of H.entnra. !
I 1. flips- HI.ro7. mu ?O t \ H roc: INS rc.msnsy i i :
I k > 10 ----- ------ ------ "\ answered the chauffeur, 1
i .I.I., Yo iih pnvile2.. of \ \ to larn harbl'r trade '
',1 ",, Iil..y.'! pool: room > > best prupo-iiion e\er nOervd. More thought; for a minute that Mars and !
'8l'1 1 L .i' !'li..lI\! lull. experience In our month than >hops In one I the earth had oome together while go I[WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! f
". Tools pr..H'ntt'd'Rl" raturdsye
t vear.
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board Inch.d,d. write for catalogue to-! KIDNEY DI EASES I leg at tin rate of W.OtJU.OOO: ( miles a ., .I. '
I Ml J .VI.,1... ilolt-r barber Cc.Ul'gt'l'W wrote tn4at' m o r! :
dhv. url..Rns'l I second and that some one on Jupiterhad I r : .. '
\If" :
"If I ,
1 t' : it below ;o--t, a fine- _La.__ =_ __ __ : __ 1 1J.'u =--, f. Ii,... ... foolishly tried to avert the collision I .w"'1-,1'I NI, ..!". ; -" :I'm-" 'RI.'," ,II' ',I'ETl:1L. ., .,... : '. tI

.iM, from the factory; 1''ll. 1ttsertn.. I UI thn tit bul of a1 dtsFU h.v thrusting! tIJ; ).UOOOO( < ) pound I Ir,.. '" .-' ......'I, ." -, .,t I I.'G'
e r'' iTKaudtvks and ....... -- I loJianapolis r, 9I, '" .. '1Ue. I
of nitrnzJyccrin: between them. I I r I' :I.e '
t i b"lo 'oot.1 tlSbcT'4i \.Tll'tLtl'ISI 1I 1';)) front rooliii fur I .I. I..w,
i -. arragona st. tj irent., southern : I I Icated. I Sun .
exposurecentrallylo-; '' ''. --' .q,
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Apply at IJIJlht Intendenclubtreet. or. "'" I 'Ulo c.IIe
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"> most a" irable. lots In IToclm 11r. rt CU E 1' -. ..'. .11.1. 'e. '
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:. iterras, by the Fisher -- I. I r .. ''''''r4' .' I
I. y, aNti South Falafci ------ -- -- lJ.fy'O e itrt4 A little blossom heaved a ti,uI I'" ,:.11.I'6"a'fl.fttNNer, V t ; t' 2In
I'or Iteett I I ro..UI' fl. :
Ia''lil't1_ I To bear a toy r..,,'s gjcxTcT' ?..'. '... ,Brio 9 z t

.1 ,.!t.u ..t'hunl.CpwL I (1. K.OF.t. ball fur rent for dance:, etc i iI And as the bee lift cried "Ah.: cut! I." ter, I'" !P., "TI'J I I' r 1 I. .. :. v ;... ". ; I I ,' I Itr'
Apply to \\ 111. tlunitT. 1 ho. Johnson 1 I I ..n't 63 wet u I used to be'" Ll'" opu I i,':, 10..' .
Cotzfii tIn
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refunded.atnt I s'9 1' I'. \ ,. .. :. .
h N will b* or Dan MurpLy. :wllu ::r |i Detroit file ftt 1-" -r. .! "1
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.... 0-1,. .\,\. "rI.| bt !street."...O..If-t. 1 ""rtll1JJuu"t.". :tot :ieJ fftoCniud cy arJ.1!I ('.....................'.....1'f- \I, .,- .f .""'-1.. ,\-. ."" ..I, ,. "\.'. ...."., I
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S <>!' llltflMin.. 1)O.A [till'ti uuL:>Kat Wheeler Springs, ;physldacj 63 rJ Oft ,.. dugs>1 I' i uu n , .. .. ,, ... ". ,

} .i e-U\hALt froteheE I' prll'lr.1) Mary.. Ksthtr AH: the, Kla.couiforts. Mrs. Condon of borne, pro and Blati&r trccblexfRJC3S ''r II tloSat I ID4Dd..JD. IN .11.1 ill01l.I.' .: ,. ,. '". {/ua't lid.,
Jit ."squetsorspecteldeslgne wry reasonable rates. Northern tourists Be toA Stiffs :J sl : irc ia ca every box cf the genuine SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts.. ST. LOUiS MO.
l: *'rno, 821 West Greijory smut
Cad tats ideal place to spend a por Iatiy3i0r.2oQuinine Tablets
2 Im ton of the season. iolm W. A. D'ALEIBERTE. I I I I .
the rtt:1 sdy ;Xit tares a cold in ODe day.

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The Leader WILL CELEBRATE Good Things to Eat. THE WEATHER ........ ....-

Ninety-nine per cent of the busi-

ness of The Mutual Life Insurance ANNIVERSARY The little girls and boys, aa well as grown TODAYLocal LEFT

Company of New York has been folks, like nicely risen cakes pies waffles, Mscnltfl -
etc. Why shouldn't they have them whena
since when the next
acquired 1859,
pound can GOOD LUCK" Baking Powder -

largest company began business. : -the lxt lea\"enl'r-an be had of the grocer Forecast-Rain to night and Wednesday -
<.t. OF
these forty-two its HONORS FROM for ten cents? "(OOD LIX'K" produces tho .
During years : DISTINGUISHED ; fresh east to scutle.s. P tics, pn b-
record has EXCEEDED that cf an 1 I nicest,ugbtestand must wholesome bread,etc., ably becoming brhk.Temperature .
DIVINES TO BE and in every sli-ounce can will l-e found a
othtr company, ty I CONFERi
i 'I ,! IlE'CUvn-two sections In every pound can. Are

'- '; li'I i Total lucome, .$2 16,8 13,5 101 RED UPON FATHERM'CAFFERTY. I you saving
: i it Payments to .1 Poliq'- 188,063,836 Minlmum-.._ ........._.... .... 6u degrees I

holden Ihll"cnd'Iriinla..
Temperature Elsewhere :
Vemium Income, i34.732,6n Max. fln.

2.S252.52252= Atlanta ,..,.. .........._._.._ 7t I) an FOR LADIES: WE WILL CONTINUETO
.rest Income, 82,175,981 Father J. P. McCaS: rty of St.Michael's 25252525'c525G Bismarck..'" __.._......_._....IILI 3.1
N Chicago..__.............._-...._. a; 4$ SELL AT
67,883,475 church will be s-ignally SOCIETY EVENTS Cincinnati......'.._____10 :ill
nder Values, ialveston............... _._ 7t f!!
I honored one week from tomorrow, Huron ........ ... ,.. ...._-._ 50 Vd7e
th Claims, 44)8 2,8971 Jacksonville ......____ ._. 59
when he will appropriately celebratehis Kansas City_....... ......_...._II!! t.t
Key West ..... ........... ......_.... j" 7!! $1.20
.deD.s, 38,127,7771\ 23th anniversary of the priest. l AND PERSONALS Memphis .... ..... .......'... ........ 7.1 M
: Mobile .. .. ,.._.... .. .. .........71 r.1
onuiliM, 37,229,689 hood, the ceremony to occur in St.I1chael's Montgomery........."... ......... -r!! 4;
adowmentsand < New Orleans. .........,.. 7!! f:! PAIR
) church at 9:30 a. m. ? as2s.52s New York. ... ..."."..".. .".... .. ... r5! 41\
Write to-day fur Where ShJl I l..ure1" I Savannah: ......... ,_. .. 7\I bt
This widely known gentleman en- Mrs. Sheehan and Miss Powell's I St Louis .. .. ... .. .. .... .t 4. I went with a rush-sizes now all broken-so if
LIFE INSURANCE __ They you are f .:::..I:
tered the priesthood on July 12li>77, dancing class will meet at 8 o'clock I h
[ enough to find your size in what's left they are yocrj fir
t COMPANY OF NEW!ORK I and has done untold good in the of- night. I MARITIME.

RICHAKD A. MwCtRDV: Ttr>idrnt. i it fice. It was intended that the event f Miss Sallie Adams and Miss Mary i

CKCIIi: YIUX:0\. IanagPr Joyner of Bagdad. were passengers $ : 2O
be celebrated in July of this year,
Jacksonville, Fla. on the City of Tampa this morning.Rev. EXPORTSForXovember .

i II. HOUSTON." AaPensacola "lIr. j i ii I IU. but for obvious reasons it was postponed and Mrs. O. W. Toilet of Milton to dc.telUI'JD.......... ..... ..... I 733 PAIR.
and will be held next week.
: Fla. : came down on the City of Tam- ,\ !: .

Letters from about two dozen i,! pa this morning, returning this Gulf I'.rn Transit MaiKa.: Co Ijixl:: Eggerl Charleston to I -

I priests in the diocese have been received afternoon. Nor bk fcuperb:; U'X,:lilting, Cape Town to

Father and it order I MEYER SHOE CO.
by McCallerty
BONDSMENHUSTLED Kev. and Mrs. J. M. Solley, Miss I I

i i is expected that many will find it I Batie :fcjolley: and Mrs. Wm. Barry SAILED. j ,
Ger ss Ingred Horn Jensen, Rotterdam j I
convenient to be here aId take an I formed a little party of Milbniau:
Feel rurtli hers for Cash Only.
: tt active part. A great many personal visitors today. AT QUAK\NTISK.
Nor bk Johanue, 7iw! Fallesln, Port cf !;
_ friends of Father McCallerty in The Ladies' Benevolent Society Spain to 1'tnsacoU Lumber Co 102 SOUTH PAT.AFOX Tf: ET.Seeooeeeeesereotle .

-- cities outside cf the Mobile diocese will! hold their regular meeting tomorrow -
I afternoon atI o'clock at THE SHIPPING. -
MAYOR JONES HAD PROFESSIONAL ; have signified their intentions of at- i
I Temple Beth-El. e+oQeeeeeooeeso+Peoeeaeeseaea.fl+ .
I tending. Some of these, it is said, VESSELS IX POUT __ :
j SECURITIES {: A. A. Goldsmith of Milwaukee, STEA l I's. ) Hi
will come from Canada.It .
I ISCURRYINO. Wi:;., was one of the genial travellingmen Rr ('t'nto.III.: Adams to W S Keyser A: Co I, : j Dress Goods Specials I
cannot be definitely stated just here yesterday. Ha represents Ir Chattou:'aItsanC1trson. : to li uU1'ran-,
sit '
I Ii yet how many will find it convenientto the celebrated: Pabst beer. t>Coed Ester, Wat, Horndahl, to L i X K HI i el)) I.
I a
I attend, as there is no way of tell- Mrs. Dr. Kirkpatrick arrived last Uer Horta, lul" hems to Pensacola : 0 i -.\ ,
i Lumber Co I I Iflrlmlra '
Professional beadsmen were all in I Iatiarry o
iug what may happen in the way of afternoon from an extended sojournat :K'M! Wllks. to Gulf Transit Co )
at the city court thus morn- Br Lugano.s-,;o. Knight. to Hnears.tCo I o
having some' of the intended participants a number of watering places in It fmln. 1\;*, Guano, to dulf Transit Co i THE BIG ST0 REsi i
lug when oue bond was forfeited | the North. She is now with her br Thornly I":?, Major, toW L Wittich' I
called away on other &: Co .
aud two others came precariously: !! husband at Fort Barrancas. BARK .
duties. .J .
e near: being so declared. Mrs. C. C. O'Hara wife of It Cavite L. "71, Fllllpplnl, to Pensacola
Captain Lumber Co
I BL-hopEdw. A. Allen, of this dio- !i 1
} T'ie' first bomb fell when the case O'Hara of Barrancas arrived from It".s1Marl.: to order $5.00 j
I cese will be in the city at that time HUB t.iurh."al1nlbtrom.!; to Kix M
last afternoon. RobinsonIt I .
Washington Captain )
of Andrew Jackson, colored! forR'e I
i and olliciate at the ceremonies. An Iris,Consigliere.. to order |I )
O'Hara went up to Flomaton and accompanied Am Lottie :Mourt 71'I, heppard: to Jno '
: \
t drunkennes, was called. The defendant invitation/ to guests will be extended I his wife to Pensacola. A Jlerritt&cotfr : }-BUYS THIS OUTFIT !-&J :

I 4 : filled to acswer Us name I Nor Hollo Saint s'Jenkins:Mouon il,( master to order I
witLin a fewdays.Sunday I Major H. L. Harris left last night i I Norl'abithn| ML' ora-r i '! 8 YARDS ALL-WOOL MATERIAL s s !
after the usual formalities
u.- d a- iI j night; when the Catholic I for Washington on a leave for Po-t L'riauo tai, Cachrur to order ) .
the': Heights of America Lad concluded twenty days. He will later go to I SCHOONERS. :1! .< ." LARGE SELECTION OF STYLES !! e

!' I New York for his and will Am Donna! Christina Its, Axelsen to':
: : their regular meeting, the announcement family ] mater *I : ) REGULAR 50c GRADE. .... . .. .. ._ .< i li i iONK :
t 1 Surety oa this bond was Frank I made that the f|. return here in about three weeks, Am Am T Mary W boon T, ,Brown 1047. -to, J to no order A Ier- ,' I : YARHILKOR.fI..ET.. .. .. .. .:.' o

was elegant; bringing his family with him. rltt i' ; \VAIHT LINING .. .. . . ... .. . . .:>., o
1 : 4 Smith, a nero money lender, and i ine gifts purchased for Father McCaf- I i ,I. ; I SKIRT LINING. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... :u I

will be required to pay up. This : Dr. Kirby Smith, son of the distinguished YOU SHOULD DRINK PABST NEW !! i ONE DOZEN FANCY BUTTONS... .. . lu '*

I' ferty had arrived and were readyfor I j i Confederate general, leftI MALT BEER. IT IS ABSOLUTELY i 1 j SPOOL SILK .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. III| As

i 1t'I" second: time this bjndjtr.untia : presentation.These with his wife today for New York PURE. ; BRUSH BRAID. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .... .:2- \ :
: b:'eu cau;ht. !I i I I ---- o { WALE IIONF .. . .... .. .. .. .... ... .. .. .I p', oJ
i He has been at
+ gifts consisted of an elegantset |I city. acting surgeon ::0
T'ie next case called: was: that of of vestments and alb, and were I i Barrancas during the vacation of e !J FULLJ ... .. .. .. .. .... ...... .. .-.S.Cs 'Q '

f : + Margaret: Williams for keeping aa |j Dr. Kirkpatrick, who returned yes- E:Tie PO\\'f> returned home "
presented to the reverend gentleman |I r1.! US: I : i Same in -. c Material* with Fancy Itraids to :
Immoral house. She pKaded sick terday. to lJ.iltiiiKirc! afti r inning nine nrrt, !I $3 25
; 3IaU-h .
the of ,
in congregated ) 1
: presence one second and one third uont'j s. |I .
ai ; I arrived here to assist Dr. G. Goldstein ) $2 Buttons Silk, 3 Lace '
to until ? yards Applique ) .
ovtr today. i
tl RO I rectory at 19 West Chase street after I the optician, in his steadily Moines la., this !tar owins to the 1wpossibility e 1) Regular Value .. . .. .. .. .. . . $ .3 J .
of securing suitable dates. I ) .
The dtfeudaut( was not in : :
: l hearingi i I the meeting. :Father McCailerty had increasing work of examining eyes It is said that the Uushians have | a Samples of these Materials will be Forwarded on Ap1licatl"1 .

distance and the bondsman: was Ir I been sli'"htlvadvised of what was and fitting them with glasses that the stallionVilliain! i' io
ol'en radII: pray
I Ito
Ia I I : This Sale Gccd Until Nov. 8th. :
called to "prodiicr the body or the occur and was not really taken by :. improve the eyesight. These gentle- C. K., 2':1Sby 1'ilot! Medium, as an ) i ie

brad would be forfeit3d." E. M. : s i i men can be found at room -7 HotelI Urlutr. Si!
surprise. He did this morning i ,
say I I Escambia.: Call and see them. They The ten thousand three hundred dollar ; : Special Sale ShirtWaists.
Me lu was the uretanj in a'
tyre .
I as l.e exhibited the finery, that he :will: be here only a short while filly Miss Previous has lard turned : .

( 'w minutes the signet came boundI j i I was: greatly surprised: at the magnificence i!i longer. out and will not be raced until nextyear .' ;: ; i1"\\ :

k -i i ; up the stairway and requested ': of his gift and would i i -1"1'10'-11' communicationof as a three-year-old. e ;i SEE HHOW WIXDOWI- i iJ
German horsemen are negotiating: for j .
.ne forfeiture! be set aside a few i :Escambia; Lod/e No, 15, J
always adorn them at masses with I Ii ; the fast trottiiiir! stallions Juymakw, Sample Skirts
*, F. and A.1.., ;:3J, m., : ; :
minutes. This wu-: d >u?, and in a i i p. ." Meuip'ais
1' :! owned by I'rank Jones of I
'rtp3 ure. He exhibited them witli'uiucn <, GVedne day, Novur.ber 5. .J 0
( :; and 1'rince Selma, 2:11: $. coatrolloJ i 203( Of Regular Pric" 0a
f.. short! time tne woman wag whirled pride this morning.INTEREST; !II \ Work in E. A. degree. Visitinir .. I .
by Thomas UriiHu: of ltl'troit.I
brethren invited. ; I __
l to t'le- station and given t-> the court.
? HAKKY W. Gum. Secretary.: The fastest trotter that began the ) .
l she plealled guilty aud the mayor: W.D'C.E:5: LER W. M. t'llapai 'U se.iMji without a retard ; Men'sV,1r..

-a> 1, tt :H ejed a floe of $h). NO :, is l ucifor.. 2.;
i { I II I The fastest:: three-yiar-o'J trotting l'ld. !| \ FiD Ftocl: n! : ,
Auc.ther case called wherein the I II THE FASHIONS. mi of the ,car to date i is The Rajah i i) tsfccond Fl /

i q t Jcfcndaut failed to put in aprearauce ;.I I ELECTION !I : !. by 1't t:ce of iuJia. :!:13. I.I.IP I I )) i Snits ... .. .. 'I! -. :-I :
Bird 1 reacts :and Will!:!! are conspic- Ifjriu I .
was that of Horace Euiuuud- j..1. Conley has; p'.iivSiafrwl the Allen: )
e* uuus on the lattst fronts hats. ) Overeoitsfor !\It'll
I II ( bred cost Kabul! two old, i iby .
-o.i, charged; with fi.'htihg.; H. O. II I I llib;"-cus and a color called pcvoine, ) and Roys! . .:>t > : v-
I i Kri'uIIn.; J.oT-4. dam ini\i.: aiiud, :
An-jDii was this surety and word was :i Great lack of interest i is being I II : two shades deeper than Kowan rod, I by Hubert JU-Griv'w, 2.1: 7'a; her tlaia i ilira'a. J Crack-a-Jack PI-: '* *
i I i are anion;; the latest of the popular! Htock, all iiz> -,
I I )
_.111 n.ironVilk 1! 1\
by !i- :
fi- ; ji.."'",1 to him that the defendant manifested in the elt-ction today" the i irnuwiis! and scarlets.i I I 1
I third dais! Mary A. U'Lltuey: by Voluntecr. I .J i
:::Dc had tiled to show up. Mr. Anon :voting. ; being exceedingly slow and i Nuthlu; ? In the way of a bright and 50c.

r c.tnia up shortly and requested a irregular. The ivb-ence of labelled I'tfoiiiiu dress for a young girl can be _._..---,.._.. _.,-- i
I wire iffective than a waist of tartan .O..O..O..m.....
J ()MT. I
continuance of the matter: until to- hacks and other things almost;; absolutely taffeta silk that tunes vied\ with the -

Irrow. This was done anti a forfeiture necessary i* noticeable and I I dress skirtIridescent TJ O -On street caror In mneryfatur- 1---

: saved. j I the day has a Sunday appearance. I I'I taffetas are in several novel pleas day.notify black Miss tailor-made Annie /jacket.. H"II. Under 5*< E. ;: THOS. \VATSON & CO.,
styles one being the glace taffeta Oadtden. it
a 1 i It is stated there will ha no delays I Returns (,f the elections through- i lance. The combinations among the I

tolerated: by the city, aud should defendants I out the country will be received and i new shot materials are exceedingly --for:---r-alc. LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,

Is- fail: to appear the bond will i di-played at headquarters of the I, rich and cfftcth'e.I : not'SKHOLD and Kitchen Furniture ('I';''iCOI". FLORIDA,
The new Venetian blue Is a favorite account of leaving city.
bfJ called in at ouce. I App'y at 14 West tin'gor16trt'et. 4alw Palafox and Garden Streets.
Democratic Club Ccner
East End toright. I shade. It appears among velvets, Ii Southwest

s1EN1IF'IC FOOl beginning at 6:30 o'clock. The pub French wools in ladies' cloth, drap CHg\V NOTIC1.-4 A FEW VERY DESIRABLE: DWELLINGS, j'rC .* 4I
d'lte Syrian cloth broadcloth and occasionally -- ''N I
l. i lic is Invited to be present and seethe among taffetas corded silks .'i :stITHER the captain.ownerk \\jt k< .0& :t .,< *& STORES; AND OFFICES: Fol I ;
t. 1 h.u Cures I'atieni4"My tJuhI..IJ, I nor cun- "e of the Kritts
1 \ results. \\ yer's band will fur and rvpped; wools.Basques -; .. lob 31110dd ign willm responsible --

experience with food has been nish music. I to Jacket bodices are Increased for debts contract. Two large dwellns; !-story, on North I Two stores conneetPd by Ur '
II ed by the creof said v..I. 1 street, with all modern convenlen- and kitchen abOortrnmenntreet n
I .a> ea with 4 rooms
c> tisiderable.! ;I I in l length, and if they do not PAULKUGERT. I ce. gas. water and la residence pottloa of near Tarred ,
For 20 years, I ullered with chron- meet in front folds of soft silk confine I Gulf Transit Co., Captain. city, (fM per annum. I '
PERMISSION ASKED i consignee. last rentaswbole, or separately: Il:
i? indigestion, and bowel complaint : i the waist Lines of feathcrbone are I Large and comfortable dwelling-story, rental.
sit beneath these folds to them In i with gas and water throughout: large! lot.
which; brought on general debility," 'i I keep w.tti outhouses located on tbe corner of 'I .
1 WIRES'The place-and a handsome buckle measuring Fine Steel Die La KIM street sad !!th Ave.. 1-S per month. The :McGinn Bnlldln;., ers ,
e iys a gentleman of Danville, Ills. TO CHANGE \ II I meat and Tarragona eta ft- ', '
I" three or four Inches in length confines A desirable one-story dwelling, contaln1 ( for boarding house. Apply for [1'", '
ia flesh and :
r was very poor every 1 i 7 and bath gas and water
I, them on the left side of the figure. I log rooms I
one thought I had consumption.( : I New York PostPLAYS Stamped Stationery 'tbrougnoiu south frontage, within Pas T Largestorroom.. corner Ba'- .
u t was treated by tbe best doctors of ; I. reach ot HHlaod North llcarllnes.Will tendenciastrcets'tnpermottL! .
I| board cf public works which lease for t:0 per annum.
( several cities, but to no benefit. i I ,
i A; At last, I went to the hospital and'1. meets at 3 p. m. today will receive aI I AND PLAYERS. Is admired by everyone, acd nt-ar Two-story Belt Line dwelling No 2iU, containing%. Barcelona! < rooms ktreet.: "Tble Afewofflscs fc'n Building on,"HalafoT ana a iar strt-_ .

while there began UiDI: Grape-Nut, request from the telephone company I is all the rage, but has hereto- Wilt lease for li>J per annum. I ante-room suitable for meeting v- _
the physician giving me permission; Constantine von St >rnbers U back
mid from that day I commenced to j'I i for permission to place telephonewires from a summer in Europe. fore been so expensive as to ----- --- '- -- --- ------

gain.: By careful diet, and using I I I underground. Clifford and Burke who have a place it beyond the reach of Examine the ork-on Genuine Schlit beer hv
s I gained in Mesh and
judgtment strength, my lungs; got better, aud "I I unique black face act, are Pittsburg those with a limited purse. :I every bottle of Schlilz and i i the name branded on the"

l today -uus-ider myself as well Father Ignatius Critically III. boys. cork SUI'.<"
amen We are now able to offer the see that they are branded Ihn't accept
in -llHI\19t my age of 60 years. !I New York. Nov. 3.-Father Ignatius! Clyde( Fitch is back from Europe and ,
The ot -er patients noticed that I ,: is gravely ill and may die says a London I, has begun:; rehearsing "The Stubbornness finest and most stylish paper, "Schlitz i I tutes. __

I gained: ta; ter under the same treatment I I dispatch to The American. Father -. of Geraldine." with your own crest and mono- I hoftaa
and and I tld I will your watches and :You:
care them to I I Ignatius belongs neither to the I In Chicago Mrs. FIske will repair I can get your
!; presentfor
their at prices that it in flrst-claas style. J. J6tephen8.
add Grape-Nuts to diet and be gram place jewelry [ at Mar-
'; Episcopal nor the Catholic! creed At the first time Paul lIeyS 's historical I furnished complete
careful not to meat, nor warm i I
i bread and starchy food. I can now one time he was curate of St. Peters I romance, "Mary of Magdala.: within the reach of all. Drop II I stopjuina's on easy payments -

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