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 5, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Club Member Harvard I! New Civil War Is ; i I I r
Prominent and = I ONE WEEK COMMENCING! JOV.' 17th Situation Grave=== '

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,null! cases which T xcoa, Ga., No\ 4.-The Rothe-) Port .au-Prince, Haiti! Nov. 4.-A Washington- Nov.- 4-The annualreport i i :I

"( ubiidge, BrooK- Lee feud, which has existed for se\eril troop of 1,200:: FoucLaruistB, which entered of General A. W. Greeley tho ,I ;: ; 1

years, has resulted in the death of the capital yesterday: returningfrom chief signal officer of the army, says I
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't" h resulted fatallY, George Lea and the serious woutnilng; the campaign against! General: the corps has actually built and put in : I. ; i J

r:. a welt known and feet reached Toccoa yesterday after- authcriti There was heavy firing of land lines and submarine lines in + 'I,

during all the ni?ht. Seven persona a period of 24 months. Speaking of '
mail a member of noon. The scene cf the difficulty was
effected: by the corps in -I I
wounded.The Improvements
l. 'lIll g firm of Mason 10 miles from Toccca, on the Georgia were Killed) and many were u

iiuuLt club member side of Tugalo river. Sam Rotheil ; t I If situation is grave, threateninga Cuba, General Greeley says: I
new civil war "It Is unquestioned that on occupy : I
cr.1 i':;tato assaulted with a knife by George ; '
Tfie disorders continued during the ing Cuba the American army found 1 I
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.i 't. from evidence Leo. Rotheil attempted, it Is said day, another conflict occurring before few dilapidated telegraph lines opel'f c
':at Mr. Mason I has! troub1e.ltelie'ing J s-ft- ? 4Jl" t fWiSy' with tariff '. I
to escape trout Lee without V : the National bank at 11 o'clock. There ated by antiquated methods

is-.. ,:! h'' all the assaults that Lee was drinking WhileIn were bt.nral; victims The entire POJulation rat Increasing In proportion to the' > f I
:f Hurastantes have tie act of his horse. Lee .1 -. is very much alarmed and the length of the message without free de. i!1 s,
\l: -m is a mUdle1 : I .:
uncertainties as i
1 made htveidl cute at KotLtll, cutties foreigners are claiming protection. It livery and with grave :
; been l jiitim of 4
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'.ii( h he was trialUiim his hat and clothes. Rotheil was so CHAS. 0. KILPATRICK AND THREE OTHERS IN THEIR is expected the arrival of General! to espoinage, secrecy delivery. I.' 11 }

".. att'aver hard pressed that t.s effort to escape CYCLE DAZZLE ACT. Xord with 10.000 men within the next This system, bad M it was, served I ; 3
.. on his, horse failed, alihe tL' u few days will put an end to the din only tho western half of tho island. 'f. I \

i, lie wa permit-1 turned ana fired severa* shots, one ui The D.lring Ride Down a Flight of One Hun 1red Steps on. a Bicycle by turbances. In leaving! Cuba there was turned i" I' 'I'I'I '
.tion.! Since that
: : KILPATAICK! over to the government a system cf "t b !
which passel through Lee's body just I
.ts been pi-rinit- 3,500 miles. The present instruments r' I

: t tfM' :I. anil the above the mart rtcatb. ensuing in 15 SLIDE FOR LIFE, NEGRO RIDDLED are of the best modern types, the I ;

:: trequentiy! seen minutes. I
transmission speedy and reliable, and t.
i'i which the ad Frank Hall a boy of 11 years of age MR=. !SPRAY'S Dive from Top of a 00-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. l '
the tariff rates exceedingly low. I 'I
who witnessed: the trouble, was shot Tub lOt Feet WITH BULLETS
: to suspicionAssaults! Splash Backward Fall iu the above the Ground. Of the work In the Philippines tha ,
through the shoulder ly one of the I i ri

balls from Uothell'si! i=istol. Hall will The Following arc the Names of the Different Shows Under -- report says: .t "1 I'r
) J':erious The magnificent system of telegraph

recover. in the .1-..'." Separate Tents : .!..<. Special to Thu Dally News fees and cables was very largely constructed !it I "
-.111't eases Lave tar The .hooting occurred up i
Salem, Ala.. Xov. 4.-Sam Harris, a ai'd installed under Colonel .:: i !
-;> ui d] other places mountains in one of tee wildest s>ejtioiij : 1
1)) ., h..n'' Red Dome. Trained Wild negro, entered thll home of George Allen This system increased during : I
'i r there have l ; :, of HabtrsLam louatj. The> Lees UnderaThe: Hagenbeck's
Meadows, a prominent planter who the fiscal year bj 2.fiOO miles consisted i I'
it' n. 't} i't m unknown\ a"*n:!- a.d there ale now four of them left,
ant taih! of w l -h was struck down i .'.:.0 011 the Carohra side of Tualoruer. Statue Turning to Life. Animal Show. lives 6 miles south of here, about 9 on Jane Sfl, Wtf. of 31 submarine I '; a I I

:id beaten wh I o'clock this morning, during Mr. Mea cables.,226:: miles' in l length; ant J.
a blunt instrument Until a ftw: years ago taRothills < Backman Glass Blowers. HouseUpSideDown.Johnstown I !
1 In I dow' absence, and with an ax struck land lines 5.10S miles in length making f
iy OLtot1f'1'1:3: : Ain!-!; Jlil'he-- also! lived on the Carolinaside
t. nas assai./JfH d| m smfrviJe! and I Iu but have new mona away flow Flood. Wild Rose. his wife and year-old daughter eachon an aggregate\ of 6.434 miles i' i I
the had, crushing Mrs. :Meadows' The system stands today a monument 1 f' I I+
> aftcrwa.d" A wench I Toiioa ani otht-r German Streets of India. '
watou that section to Village. !
.''' '.' skull and fracturing that of her daughter. to the enorgy. skill) and resourcefulness ; I r
11 inter d During, the same points, all except Sam. who moI Electric Theatre. I Stadium. Mrs. Meadows has never regain. of the American soldier. : ; '! i' !
T a" .IIIIt the Gcorg..1sUe.
were como the river on
just across ed consciousness! and will die. General Oreoley falls attention to J
of ut::rh xourred last Sat- and Show. The Maze. I
Dog Pony
I The negro was placed in custodyand the necessity of a Pacific cable. ., I ,; !
'If' MKs! Clara t'ai-
Morton, aIn It wa i near Sam's home that Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. held until Miss! Meadows had sufficiently I ; f f !
Iii. \l l L*an asylum, who shading took place. Hi-ntufoie tht'c I 1
recovered to identify him.
.ed ..' i.:e grounds of that have been numerjus fights between Dancing Girls. I Venetian Gondola. This she did at 4 o'clock yesterday WILMINGTON ; R .

ai! : ,I'-L' with a blunt the members of the families but no ,
afternoon. and the taken In
--- --- negro was
,; '. \I'Ton died Sunday. killing: until jestcrdaj.B. : : charge by about 125 armed men ant STREET FAIR i :t;

\ .1" t..". -i. into. custody at C. RoUirll. the father of the Roth One-Half Fare QXI Jill Railroads his! body riddled! with bullets on the I: 1:1'

n N, wberry street ell Logs is oae ot T(x'cos's most son spot. lIe denied his! guilt until the ,

n! and on the w ,\yi! business! men, having moved DURING CARNIVAL WEEK. !
first shot was fired, then he acknowledged t
.,. liters i it Is said here abuut two years asro!: from to" the crime. Special to The Daily News.Vimington'N f i I
'i.I. officers that hi- Cafulha! side. Thp Rotl't bojs a:<' ."c", Nov. 4.-TIie i
CHILDREN'S DAY his purpose( was to rob the house, \ i : tPythians'
All Children will
be Admitted Free.
on the night .>uT.ion all! good < aizpn'ho t' coiirdK- is w: I I i
fair and carnival
which he l perhai, did as all the draw street opened
Wes fdt J'..' while the Lees are consideredd''sperate I & I q
- --- ers to the bureaus aid dressers were here last night In a blaze of glory

me. It is feared: that mOl I open and l showed evidence of being rifled and thousands of people are on tha ; -i

of Harvard. trouble will occur. !Sam Rothell i* I THE CLUB WOMANAS KNIFE BLADEIN streets taking in the many shows on F

at his home and has rot been arrestoi ,
(bout :39 \earsif : the midway and enjoying the festivities (

i,!f the found ot.v in general. Indications are that 1 : 1 ;

llamhu. or:;:.i.i THE PORTE A WIFE HIS BRAIN PATIENT SUFFERS this will be the biggest street fair undertaken

.... ::1Iers.: He \\'.is in Wilmington and the en Y ,
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:.rr.rd in ISM.:' and I I FROM GANGRENE tire week will be devoted to merrymaking !t 1 ; 1

,' \,Inch h.s fath. SETTLES CLAIMS Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News and festive celebration I '
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"dt i til troubles d,', '. .' "it Nov: .
i C.It'aeo.:0; \ 4 the club woman Chicago. 4 -After having carried

\tars of his grai. docs not make the best companion a knife blade an inch and a quarter FAILED TO TURNOFF 1
\ it to the M( 1-pa.n Special to The Daily News: far her husband and the hest comradefor long!; in his bran for 22: year, P. Special to The Dally :

:' nt.. After a tim! New York, N'/v; threat* by the her boy, there is either somethingwrong ; J. Kent has undergone a successful New York';Nov. 4.-) j" t
'\. :nf'nt. and 1 1ft the French government to stop the quota with the club or with the wom operation for its removal. The blade er surrounds the strange discoloration THE CAS :.1

,':ii! time it became tion of the Turkish loan of 1836: on the an's \'ienid Mrs Robert J. Bardette had broken off in the skull and the which has turned black the lower ti' ?

'n to return but :'iu Paris bourse unless the porte gave to first vice president of the gen point had been all the >'fears inserted limbs and part of the body of PatricK ; I i : ;

1 I h 10 was refused\ M Lorando and M Tubinl a written eral Federation of Woman's clubs, ina squarely into the brain. Since the McGrath, a patient in Bellevue hos Special to The Dally News. : ; f fBtrnf

o ::'"I. however sym' engagement to them out of the lecture before the West End club injury had been received Mr. Kent had pita He is suffering from gangrene, : .,. :1
pay '
than any previous proceeds of the Turkish debt conversion yesterday afternoon suffered from epileptic! seizures. The caused, the doctors have decided, bya ngham, Aa, Nov. 4. Lait 1 I I I f

.i' '! his mother and has, according to a Times dispatch "Club life for women should prepare physician who performed the opera.. clot In one of the largest arteries of night when Rosa Phillips the negro<< j be with him from Constantinople by way of them for making better wives ani tion says the patient will recover full the body, above the hip, probably the cook for the family of L. K. Ross retired 41 H I j.
the extinguished the H j .
:. erect home H1ih London produced the desired effect mothers declared Mrs Hurdette. control of his muicles. aorta. Nothing can save his life, the gas fame : t ; ; :
I I but left the Jet so that It leaked .
and a petition and the matter has been settled by theporte Mrs Mrs. Burdette also scored the Mr. Kent was attacked when 16 physicians say except immediate removal a lit- I r II i':
tie This morning when Mr. '
1 him sent away on women in general for being responsible years old by a stranger, who stabbed of the clot Phillipsought
to awake her he found her i I 1 ,
>', f.' and Mason was The Ixsrando and Tubint claims were for the mad rush for wealth which, him on the frontal bone. Shortly after I
dead, she having been asphyilatel 'J' i
t">r the third tim partly the cause of the dispatch! of a she declared, was the greatest menace the injury had been inflicted he t ;
LOOTED during the nightTry ; 1
't ;i rotosted against French squadron to the island of Mi- to perfect domestic happiness and tha was seized! with dizziness and convulsions t i ,.

':1 :nlll"t Ce, and said highest ideal of married life. and became an invalid.
tylene Just a ago.
Force at Solomon's.LOW i
i:v sane and wou'd As a result of that action the sultan The case attracted much attention OF $11,000Special

'L* well as po!'sib'.3 promised to satisfy all the French demand Jumped on a Ten Tenny Nail in Chicago hospitals: in almost all of I : T''

He remained six g. The little daughter of Mr. J. X. which Kent has been a patient PRICES : .

"1':''n he has been free I .
-T Powell jump 3d on an inverted rake to The Daily News:
1 ""'Ie'V I Asleep amid Flames. ; 1
: at the Ma'ian
made of ten penny nails, and thrust: Milwaukee. Nov' 4.--A wiicoEfiin FOR NOVEMBER
> fat'ory! : at CaIn- one nail entirely through her foot Breaking into a blazing home,

,. and a second one half way through. some firemen lately dragged the special from MmafitM, Wls, It

"I a mother and three broth- Chamberlain's Pain Balm was sleeping inmates from death. Fan say that robbers blew open the vaultof ii
- security
'n and Daniel! Gregory h.. later the pain had disappeared aud that way when you neglect cough and secured $11,000.Luck Rose, $1 25 dozen. j

., ,* a cousin of John Mason no more suffering was experienced.In and colds. Don't do it. Dr. King's --- Choicest Carnations 70 cents t i
.' ? Special to The Dally News: three days the child was wearingher In Thirteen.B dozen.
'o\'n for Consumption
:' actor Birminsu: -ft Mason displayed a discomfort. Mr. Powell is These flowers are the freshest a
t unfortunate white no Walton Furnace Vt., got a box of on
cock an woman Throat Chest and Lung Troubles
usical:\ taste and"wts well known merchant, Forkland the market, being but eight hours J 11 i ion
.' lf d'sd! on Avenue B last night in violent a Keep it near, and avoid Buffering Backlen's Arnica Halve, that wholly t.'
the Glee club. Pain Balm is and the road from Montgomery, the p'!
s lIe waslMr from the effects of Va. an antiseptic death and doctor's bills. A tea- cured a horrible Fever Sore on hiss ; .
of such without matura- nearest wholesale point to Pensa- t ; ;
some note. heals injuries leg. Nothing else could. Positivelycures
12 grains of morphine, whkt she took tion and in one-third the time required spoonful stops a late cough, persistent Harm-- Bruises, Felon, Ulcers. Eruptions cola. :
the most stubborn.
J'nr Over Sixty Years with suicidal Intent. Nothing 5 i6" by the usual: treatment. For less use and nice tasting it's guaranteed toils, Burns! Corns and Piles. Yon are as near to the Pensacola $ ; i '

\' \ known her of the woman's antecedents gale by all druggists and medicine W. A. D'Alemberte,121 Only 25c. Guaranteed byV.. A. Greenhouse as the nearest telephone : '
V1 to satisfy by
''';;LOW's SOOTHING SYRUP: bata dealers. D'Alemberte, druggist 121 S. Pala. and everything/ delivered at once. '
*( for R. Palafox street. Price 50c and f 1.
II! over sixty: yean by mllllonso --- I fox street. Ring 'phone 320.
?' I' s for their children while teething What you pay for extracts is important Hot Chocolate with Trial bottles free. Pensacola Greenhouse, 323 West f

"'. :?,I ct laccest- It toothe the child, but what get for your Whipped Cream at Solo. MEAT & MALT has a marvelous Gregory street. :
a you
, gurus.allay, all paln.enrst wind We will launder your spreads for U102W MISS VlOLETTE MORENO. I. t
a: 15 the best remedy for Diarrhoea money is ten times more important. mon's. 15 cents each and make them look dietetic value. While refreshing and t

jc w :"ely sTe the Poor little tnfferer lmc. Lurnttt'g Vanilla. cots more because The finest line of sterling silver like uw. Star Laundry.Foley's pleasant!! to take it helps assimilation OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S : +-

bold by Drngguti in of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER 1
c. every part worth more.
11', tlil. T1l' goods and silver novelties is to be M
S-W a bottle -- Tar BROS. :
j'/a ask for 'Mtelyln loan s Sootfc- Fresh Buttermilk 5o a found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Honey and Fine oysters today. Try them. -

; B> and take no other kind. glass, at Solomon's. please all. cures colds, prevents pneumonla.t ASK HIM FOR A lil'DGLNS' Get NIC APOSTLEx Iks




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Young Man VVis Bitten by a Dog


Pine Bluff: Ark., No,. 4.-Joseph G.
Jones aged 17 years, son of )Jr. and

Mrs. F. G. Jones, is dead from hydrophobia

-' after an affection lasting five OPTIC
Jim Dumps Invited friends to dine ; days

f r 0 He gave them salad, birds and wine ; The unfortunate young man was I OF
bitten by a dog a number of years LOU19V1LLKIS : I KY
And for dessert, a novel course,
f. ago, how long ago he was unable to
He gave them ice cream served with "Force. I NOW AT HOTEL
tell and the disease only asserted itself ESCAMBIJL
o "Delicious, cried his guests to him ;
last week. Two leading physicians -
"This dish Is perfect 'Sunny Jim.' AND WILL UCMAIX
of the city attended him, but lnDAYS .

they were unable to successfully con

trol the affliction. Dying for wantof

water, the sight of it threw him into

spasms and in that condition he remained

11 until death relieved him.

Redmond, Irish Agitator, Arrested

: Dublin. Nov 4.William Redmonl

j FORCrounds 99 was arrested on his arrival at Kings

town today and was taken to Kilmaia-!

\ r ham jail :Mr. Redmond several mentis

I ago made a speech at \V xford. which ,
Th \
;The.Rc&dy.t.ServeCcrW -. wu said to be InoenrHary. He was

ordered by the court of tie Kings

t,. 'e' bench to give bail for 1.000 for his
T r,', ,. ,' (#f ,.. future good behavior. Thin he refused -: Spectacles
to do and the court sentenced
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out the dinner
hm! to six: months' imprisonment
rounds up the diner. \'S.
\ .\ Qcrxelonalile I'rdigree.

Three little school children were seriously

1 discussing the social conditionsand Blindness

"\ t ; ixisitions of their respective parents

and their each evidently
ancestry, one -
+. The vast amount 'If ;"
t determined to ;go one better than curs through ne:(U-c-

[Sweet, crisp flaHes! of wheat and malt. the other i defect of the eye- :.. ': :,
\ "Mother! says I am descended from I Jed to at the propel! : "

Mary quern of Scots," triumphantly I""cases have c". uItice. :- '.

asserted L'ttle Kva. I The patient -
0r short-sighted, hl\:. -
So urn I then retorted Cousin i
Willie. i juiatic in one or but'! "

large extent wL!
"Don't toe siliy, Willie," interpolatedthe :
cs j their weak eye, tipI ,
Overjoyed B.I His Cure. "
; th rd. \\hy, ou're a boy T'-New
# I tie or no defect '1"-
"Tnwjay 'viiiing I @ut down to a wertdineInit. : York: 'Titut's'"dllaJIe
\citaaatIfl; 1 felt atrtchedhcyoaddtxnp of the weak eye b. -
eon Ate Force' fur bn-.ikfa.-t. lunch and dimicr.Linmiic a I increases rapidly t'greatest
'1'Li! : Ix.1'1 Force' astm, fur tmtLfast. ('
;l t Now. aft r my usual uu'l hearty lunch, I 1",111II, l O \ Prediction."I amountjffeisout <
(,,, !BC us usual. Am ovtrjovej ut ti.L curt; I v xtor. dyou remember three I of u-e sirl.l.I

"Jrucs Fl"LD." months ao: it-it=: you predicted jKsi- I eypthesi0'htthuates; ,: -
tfr lose.1 ,
tively that would be a dead man in I
sl'l't'll::" Hjht:; some simple ,i
occurred to the n'permanent
"Why. .le!*. 1""We1. blindiif---

; Jt I've :got a friend in the nest are: with large! am .

room who is' pondont about himself. both eye?-it may: h-

Just tea him there i is no Imjie for hint well a* mixed a.ti.
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will >'IIUXt.Yorl.. lleralJ. i can read for some tni

i the book very close t'

PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT. i iuir to spasm of the e ,

broad minded !; (apparent short-srghtIpatients 1 1I
Many physicians consider tinsighted : .
I prescribe Foley's Honey anJ Tar, as I
11. ----- aud btliev- : ..
I they have never found so safe and .
No rnrJliyr Delnj. OVER NOTABLES. KurnSumethlnar About Him. I prove as they grow .iii< :
'i 'l THE RAMAPOS.A NOTES OF reliable a remedy for throat IUd j
;IJ t 1 A cu'Jjile: li'i! 1,ecu eii_a;-el to be I -- The manvllo knew him happened! in lung trouble a-s this; great medicine. i iquently ends in paralv-.

4 t# ", J marritd for :nom nit fotirtcui years and A \\ HfKliin That Ii (lul .- U...e Kins Christian! has gazetted Anton while be was trying to Rive a good impression W. A. D'Alemberte 121 S, PdlafoxBt. I; just I lary sufficient muscle with,vision total t.:. :_

1 till tli1w.iri: : hail not mustered upoourasre to :At''' lork < II). Ilt'suer. the American cellist' a knightof of his industrial value. :; i with. Had spectaul'\ h
i ifl 'ltlUL"1 to :i>-k !a'r to name the --- -----
Who would believe that within thirtytwo the DanelKjrsordtT.l : "Yes fir, he was: saying "I guess I ly adapted: in time G'

1, il f I hapj!') tla)'. Tile other venin:; he called miles; of New York city there e Wet Las Ix-en presented with an have the reputation of bein? a Lard NOT1CK. errors of refraction, tin! :. :. -

In a iH-culiar t'ranuof mind and asked are mountain dwellings! ; in a district so Irsh: blackthorn! shillalah! which he ad-! worker. Why. sir I'd rather work, I have been authorized to take enjjyed good *1 wht I... ,
lier to sin;: s'i' it,thui.; Jt'U'k-l and toutb- than eat" sub-criptione for Wm. Jennings time.
I wild and rough that they are iiiactesMble mired in the bands of an Irish: banker I
:JJ;:. 1I1IIiu.' his: surp'rt'e when she to the feet of that I in I.UII!Oll. The man who happened in touched ryan's paper, "The Commoner.The i I Dr. Goldstein's r.v--t-
r *at down at the 1':1:1"| : and lOan,:. "I>ar- e\cn ponies; hire on the shoulder. price is $1.00 per year t in ad suit in perfect fit. emu, -

j F ling; 1 am ease ies! old:' There was no ,. no jtr-xluee tau be taken out to n"rsuppdits I Francis: TVbIto.. the Xew York mil- 'If thnt is really! jour condition vance. Those de-iirin the paner I I nature's deficiency w II i iI

further delay.Scottish! .\Iht'I' cau. i brought, in teen these farms' !:";iiit'. tins made an additional gift of can have it sent to them by sending I the adjusting po".t-r ":ii

lw a I sae OH the lucks: of nun; that the j jpeople I ::'i.U\I to the Ilirlham college of Itich- eon; guyue.-ti1 the new arrival "jou. fl.OJto the undersigned.: i i 1 dation" of the norma! .'.> '
lid. la.1. bad Letter seo a doctor and get something H. :M. RoclE I bas benn '
( gain their: living by making IIIIs-1 j in requirement p
: A I'lcrli-iil Coniindrniu.Arfhbi I for jour arpetite before ion Care Daily News I! tirely ovErlooked by mticians > '
ketUNidcn "llt*'IIS and! !indl light; ar- Slror: : OtU.ler.x'ii:; Italian minister of
t : >li<.\Vliutfly! once asked the starve to death."-Chicago I'ost.IHtl..r I of the day. Dr. v'I
' t tuli's as they can transport on ] war has practically put a step to dueling -
t questionVhy: can a lUau never experience of six'tef'1I '
r 1 shimlilerv! ] : that etch the Nidlcs: of tlU'il'l by imi ri>tt'iins those participants I y' "
starve I ii the cn-ut divrtV"answered and .\ theertnl him, by mo-t imprnvi-tj i IL
lo..J cannot I h* taken out, but !\ who81'1' death.
it hliii'-olf, as follows: "H- :1 "Hanks looks with the latestd'iitill'!
*) buried in the fyre-t or in th,' yards of ioorce .ifbhardt: : of Chicago has been always on the bright I .
to ('orrectlt".t th" -r_ '
t causi he tau rat I the crud which is I i
y. side of Do know what he
II things. I If You
1 '1 there Hut what brought the Mixlvlclios .I the iiK'Uiitaiu cabins; a region; where ip-ointed the new head cf the meclir.niciil mid when he lost you his job the other HaveRheumatism I suitable collection IIf I'| : .

the Maple are us primitive in their eiisdnetriug department of the Armour I tacles to i-ive i relief t" .1: 'den
there by, :X' th sent Ham ?" II I .
1 / find his cicbcendauts uusttred and i ways, though; not so la hs in theirteadt'nc1ts Institute of Tithnoiosy. I day" .4i' OII- I i the eyes for the v II. '
1 haven't heard.
the Tennessee mountaineers' \ metiti in profusion'ilea! \j" eI ,
bred." I IFolt'Y'1l as IViIicem.Ti\ Thomas )Iarkwt"',) of
; ; It is hard to believe, but it is 11'ashiugton! ;; Las been placeil on tile retired "lIe Formal to' be quite cheerful I'j i I CO\H'LTATlUX AM'! I t.
it. 'You he '1 |
I over see. explained, ap I
true. list after forty of duty. He ......... NATION FliKFOFFICi
j years for raise of J.'O.fZ'. ___ )
and Tar plied MX
Honey always: j i a salary nearh [
When in the mid'IUof 1
\uu.t, served in that city during the civil war.I'.urton -; HOURS : f"r"1 t
i j' Props the cough and haal; the Itin *. fontL and didn't it. Think !
? i iKefmei pet
ao the great tc'te-l: and +
j iltclu'd my tent on the easterly side of j 3 p. m. ll'iom 7, Hotel! F-
Smith of 1'ortland Me. has
: iibttnteV.. A. D'Alem- how much more 1 would have hall to URICSOL f'D.lul'SCd California
i the casteily ranse:: of tls'! Ilamai:. in I km"ty will cure I DI:. UOLD-JTKIN know !n'
Lerte, 121 ;;. Palafox St. the only entire collection of autographletters '' /
lose if they'd gen! me the! Increase.
I It aLoof cures Liver Kidney and
lockl.lI1IUllt close to mountain you.
i| ) u i uorant the average pijr-
written by every governor of -CtieasolUTord: bladder d.seaes, caused by an excess of
stream I did not know that just over IIerald.- cnc aci.l. It neverLs and builds the law of nature, and ti"
.c4 +'g ( Maine since the state was incorpo.ratciL up I
i lull Fcreptinnnl
I I the range; of these wild mountains dsei'tuhtnts '- the health end strergth while using it neat iiijurie-' "-ultinj; the .
i May-It's wonderful the faiiiation How's'e ruts: Send stamp for beak of wonderful certificates. and the ofttuned rp.oull-
i i of the Tor of 1770i I :
. r: 'I m $ horse racing has for wok IKMII'O.Louise i I, were jet t'. In1 foimiL I tIll tot; klwiw J. C. I'elton. aged !seventy-six the \\ offer One Hundred Dollar reward by druegisu.Price If|l your per drueelft bottle. For can n..tlupply I tug out of reminding peer-.

-Yes. IndttiL There a friend that the higher reaches of the mountain first public I'dwolit'aclll'r in California for any case of Catarrh that you It will I* sent prepaid upon I what th"y already k'! "w illtun,
1 of mine who guts to the races nearly is a Kreat-sn-aiidson of Joel I'elton, who receipt of price. Addict to beurfitthem a? w. n i. *
I were tolcntbly full of rattlesnakes cannot be cured Ly Hall's Catarrh I
;, every day and positively she's: more interested i I I of great l'irA' and licauty. I did fired the first shot at Hunker Hill and Cure.F. UricsolCisinlcalCo.LosArgeleslCal.! :

in the hordes than in tile not kiwiw that the wild dugs: heed alt was killed by the t rst I'ntish\ cannon \ J. CHENEY, &; Co., Toledo 0. or the I It.

t owns.-Hrot.I.IJn Life.'rll I shot.littles. We, the undersigned have knownF. Marston $ Qft! 1l.f1 lyre'-'
there. I only iKTcci\e that the hills

\\ Tralnril. |i were beautiful the air Inure anti invigorating K.: ..ltI1t'''. 1'ite law clerk ia and. J.b..lie'e"ll Cheney, m for perfectly the last honorablein 15 years N BrnTIswi & CO", NEW erlcan : La I\ some very nice JJr? "'vir'in..

; the! woiwls plastically \llIloruht'nalltl the tiiiancdepartment.. New York. all business Stands
s transaction and I i Distributln: Agentl.'I Wash{ r.'tin'W'
the streams dear and cold. I i er held that |position, so long that he W:1S:1 financially able to out ob- (IY
carry any %%%%%d Just the n: cei\ed that there were no swells' placeianywbfiv walking eucyi'lopodia' of municipal w lijjatiot. made by their firm. j W _ \! thing to :jr! j
In the hills and that the and could at a moment's police recall VEST &TKI-A.T, Iron Beds.

wood ran.'er's:: pasturage was unbroken. decisions of the court of aj>]wal.s coenii4 \'- Wholesale Drtijwit, Toledo -

I I The l'(Ode( whom I met vcreconli.iL a pt rind of fifty years or more. WALIUNO, KI.VXAX A MAKVIX, 0'1'

I smiling; uu..nspidou.! 1 l.kedKam.'iM.s Jeorri 1'. :Mieiman. one of tLe old- Wholesale Drujrjji-t, Toledo O.Hall's PROfESSIONAL I At*.

:, Catarrah Cure i is taken I11rse tiny('npstles ire superior .. ___ ______ __ _
: [ as the result of only a jrlunce i>,st .irsns: of M.lvau\ee.; was an eye- H'
ternally, acting; directly upon the to llilsam >f Opaiba, x N iC' i
and liked them Mill U-ttcr after a n itaeas of the triumphal pageant in blood and mucous surface of the I 1et+ mad Inject1fjj! I IT | W. C. ROWE, M. D.Offiie . juaintanoe of a couple I otWtH'ki. :New York at the time of l.afajctto.'s system. Price 75c. per bottle. Hold I I7a

Last bit to this country. lie is also by all druggists; Testimonials free. rr itrettt4.bnursthe : 17s S. 'ala.1 l

I:1'1 It mt.ihily! did not ilecresiw my in- I rile of the few now 11\ ill g that Hall's Family Pill are the beet d rriw atri.: it am in ant Hours fro-n to r:'c> a. m a-
.-.. tin o H> tut'' n'H.CI IgTS
tt rest to km w that, N-ghMiin; smite heard! the famous WeLster.Un) IJe de- lad niter o'clock

I twenty -- - -

I limajM woods no one lo suy them cjilhil the preite !>scrap!>Mtk myii Honey and Tar TIME TABLE.

&\ I hay: thud Bred from the lowland farms : in Missouri. luring each presidentialcanii' : w ODI.11t'

to tin hills and bad. after going: quite > i..'ii from l"ll to 1:.$> he made: LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
I uild lirw l of
starteil} a creatures U'lh.lUst \l' olitical .scrapliook and
I which has nn\v taken on quite a t.\ pe indesc it. The books embrace the
Notice given tbat the und
I.f its, own.New Yolk Mail and V.\- (platforms and current liurature: of signed will li on hereby tliJ"th day of! :o.fJ\.lI1b..r.r- New Orleans and MobileTHE

M Ivi' at I "rI"nna..t !I"' oV-icn-k
a. 11or H-- -- -- - -- -
"Is he a ;gnud dog for burglars'; --- --- I'.ftceii! iitoi.l campaigns; coveringa t Mu lh>trratt. i KB same can b? -nrd. ap-
I;, period ot uti ..Mara.An to the HunorAtiif L, J. uottlit No.5 !to.4. ;, So.!, \ 'o,1I S" '
"I puess so.; de feller! I IxiuiiUt; him off pi> Kt'tHS.)1I
r.f'nll ... 'r.I"cola Arrive I t.'.' 4 '1
nnlldiur In :Mnlnp.They circuit court of Kicambiu: county t luiidt. 7:15 II 1lfi m i 1It1i p II !
'II'UZ a burular.:; "-:New York Journal. : for authority to tell the iniert-at; of II::.. a %::7 p IO: : a Lave ..... t lomftton .... I..ayl'I f;ii'< a I III
do thinwldly:: in the Tine lnu nat nation. \hry IItlIIIHd.amlnor.1D the following :j" a 4:22p too a L 'a\'I1... ... )Mobile _. ..'ave {I! It ton t i .

Tri-e date sau'times. Ill the outskirts "This collar button is my own invention. described real estate to-Wit : .._ " 'iO" L"ayP'w... Orleans Leav.__ : '! P_ 7 M
t UII\I1Pllltllltt'd. of the shipl.mlduu! city of Hath Tbt ,....t 4ilrct ot arprnt lot iami: the
; said the street fakir, "aud the North.
"What Is your favorite song?" east t2 fret of urpeai lot ot. Old C'lrj1 : and
I saw rtt-ent'y the frt'ut:111 unI.f .':- name I lime given it is 'Fa ut.' lots 1,3.-and 4.In block :... Nt>w city of
"I haven't answered Colonel
any. f the rat uf a n.-u' halts torn out ai.d "llceause his faults l'rneacolaaccordingto map uf said city '
everybody .. ?o.1
1 No 2. No.
etilwell of Kentucky. III'e I found! copywngutedby7noC.\tat on In l- '-4. I
t the l..i\v of a twe'.ity-four foot Nut suzpestcd the red nosed man in the LILLIAN. HILLHUD. 11:115 pm I 112:15 p m Lf'"vII._ P..n-aola( .Arrtn 4'IJ pm' c,
out that Cumin' Through; the live' referred !! ,. lw Uu..rdiau.FKK.NCH 8IS am f.7 p m 'rrlve.. )loOI om..ry .. I I'ave 11 :1:' II m ,
oc oa
pt'ptrt.'tng. A you? !:"tU1t.( from the crowd. .. m
._ _. Leave 4
little 11 : a II m lI.lfj p mrriv" !tit mlnthaw II m
a to n common water course wafr the owner hi-l parse d the nine; "No: dear sir simply because it's i'J5pm 3I'Ja m Arrive ..... Nataville Lf'ne .
1 don't trust any of Vm."-Washington my ; 29) II m ':13 a m Arrtve... Louln'Hlt' _.Lure 11:16 pm a II)
Star. huiidiug; the Nut in las attic, knocked so eas'y to nuiL"-Philadelphia Press. ..itH.I.. ::: : SCHKDILKFollowing : : 1IIa: m 11.511 II m'rrl"tI.I .. ..l'lnclnnaU L"aYt' 8:1 C pm' e

out the front of his house to n'I10it T::') a m 1:311 p m Arrlv_ _.wt_:_t.nul.: .. _.Loave_ h ,,:1:. p m -

---- to the yard and then truslN| )I'ter l it li\ ANXIOUS MOMENTS. 14 the schedule of the PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCfION.o _

; .kiiis to till KmnelMV niter says the I r'mp of the most anxious hours ofa joverument steamer lienerul French

.t1DYSPEPSIA lUiston 1'ifst. And <
the elongated h'u.ltiII, of I'l.ipsbutg, : little one* of the household have the :benefit of the merchant who ship Uf:i pm 1:00 II rn ''Leave... peDi4COI.Arrlni' JIr pm t.'r
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my driver; oimed nut an iwilatMihouse croun. There I is uo other medicine :heir goods to the Carious army 1:15 nllJbt 7:13: If If ...... .... 1':1>1 ,
And INDIGESTION- most,, com soflfective in thin; terrible! malady posts : UJJ": 7:18" If ....... Ynlt trl _.._ If 1lt"( .
a modern structure l h 10:32" 5
mon ailments of mankind, can be and mcloing > [its. as Foley's Honey and Tar. It Is a Leaves Pensacola ... ._ .... ... 1:00 a. m. 1.s.'i l.Yl If" t 7:1"7:25:: "" __.__1ranbla.:Moist __.._ I/\I"! s12a0 ,
owner I.'rst'nady entirely . ..
Leave ..
Karraacai. j'll
favorite a. it. _.._. .. .._ JO:21" : toJ2
cured by the use of Hosteller's his smaller ai.d more aneh'i.t household for throat and Leave fickruj ..... .. ..___. ciwa. lJ1.L.t8.1 I 7::!>I"If Harp -._._ Jja .
lung troubles, and as it contains no liarrancai.... .. ..___ ":15a.m. M" 7:35: -.Ga.teay. If If '
If ... _
t Stomach Bitters. It has a record: of bouse. The inner oak be and hi* family opiates or other poisons it can be Leaves DBAcola .. ... .......... .. ...h.i15 a. m. U:511 1:5e If 7:11I. "If -------Milton.-ood KacI8.00_ If 10:10.... ;

fifty years of such cures back of it occuiiitnl doing; the constructing: of safely given. W. A. D'Alemberte, Arrive Barrancas 11:19 a. m. and then 1t6"II m 8J5 m. If __.._ HOltl ... __ 0:85: H 4
makes a trip to tort lcKee and then re- ..._. _. a ht 1 If .::1.
and then demolished it Palafox JJ" 8SJ" Olllllltill
and will not disappoint! If the new one 121 S. St. tarns lo I'.arranc&s. ;: :
you If ......_ ___ &:11" .
yon are a sufferer from these complaints and ejected "the remains" tLroush the --- - -- LPavea harraacaa:! .. ........ .. ..... 1.l.i p. m.Leivts laa 8:00"" I.M 5:8 I::!1! If ._...Deer.Cr..itvlt'll'Laud .._ 8M" a
I Picteni .. ... '
: lap. m.L.'f'.l.l'luacola
_._ 11':11..._ If 8 e\ "
or INSOMNIA, NERVOUSNESS new windows. .. ._. .. ..... 4dup. m. 8:23" 11:10" Mooy :II" +.
r QRGENEAALDFRILITVRe5CRETOTay : '" I --- CASTORIAFct beavea fickeas .. ... .. .. 5iSp.m. Ill IOS "If 11:41 11:35"If _.DeFuntakiipringL. .Argyle; It 7::" :- .
Hint Proof.A Arnvet harraacan p. m. and make _..Ponce de Leon 7: \I"
4:40 ': 7'
IT Ul'R I'KIVATE STAMP il ;rlp to MCRee and
I return. ... .. ..Wein'llie.__ 1:17"
visiting In town complains Infants &:00" 1/:10'
over the nick of the bottle. woman ; and Children. Oa NVednesday? and Saturdays: the 6 UIi" 1':15' .. ..._ Caryvllle ._._ It 7:12 "
that she has l cen. moved frail the boat will; leave Barrancas/ via Pick- 6.83" 1fSO' ___..r.onlla1 It 5:55! 1 ?

it guestroom to a back edroom and The Kind You Hae Always Bacgfti ans for Pensacola: at 6:3U p. m. e 10:11 If __. thlple1 eT": ,. !1-1 I. .".
t HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH 8t. "'7" _._Cotondlile __ el!
: from there to 1'1'1thrt'p: in a bed with Ttie General French Is for army 7:00" 11:16" __.s..rl""I1' __ a1Ja .. ,, ,.

the children She wouldn't see a hint = purpose only and any outsider must 7:80 11:16" ___ Cyprf"l .__ 585 ? 11! '
E arm nave a pass trom the : : I rro" 11:53 -.tirsnd P.ldge_ 6:11! ,. 1
E BITTERS if it were tied on her mirror with LI'Jl' I quartermaster ts I, I2ad noon __ tlnead4 __ om ;
.tE ribbon.-A tcLison Globe. ;3 take passage oi ter. I 8W" 1:1:1"rrlveRI,.- r'1nctlon.-Le8Y 6)1" JIT

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ABOUT THE "BLUES"What lie I. a Sourer of Irritation to thnTrea : I
I .urjDepartment.. ,,. ,
, Copyright, 1:%!. J.y C. B. Lewis.] is known as the "Blues' "Curious things happen in the register '\- .. ,

In the same company with in Is seldom occasioned by actual existing !
me the of the treaburer's ofilee as well as :
Lat tha GOLD DUST twins do yoUwork.. T1U.
cii i! \v ir WiShl (> Drew external conditions but i i ;
r a consumpti n the elsewhere in the departili<'l1t. said nn ,

.... shw'.K-red young man, to treat majority of cases by a disordered official of the bond dejiartcio'it o, thitrwihury. ", ./ .--1 S- ii.. L

v.-uoin was gen the sobriquet of ,IlIUllJiY. UYE .__ a. :, "Speaking of crank UT1 I -c.--- '" I I:
THIS I 111:1 v mention the uio.--t ;<:!:\ IS'I L2-b; ; .
]i il't'l'uapl IS A FACT ,
crank or rineal! in the rout.ti :\.rtaany ; L
'c'jriiEil ninety: men out of every; which may be demonstrated I /5.m, I
IJlmJl'l'd"o !J admit their fear of''! years at intervals v.-e roce a I 'j 4
by trying a course of atkace: through one of the f-prt; : -

v.-ouuJs and death in battle if they '' companies billed as containing ?;;u. OU !, I it !'

told the truth. but they boast to the : of United States bUilds

contrary and seek a reputation fur utt's PillsThey "On opening the package; we find _/ i'J! J ,

Iravcry. In Humpy's case he "h.rS'' nothing but pieces'' of oid papers care- .
virtually outlawed for Lis candor and fully put together. Not a single scrap ) \ -

BABY could find nobody who would make a of information is contained the pad- f'i -. :: I

comrade of aim. The only thing to his control and regulate the LIVER. I age that gives the name of till man or : 'i ., : J JI!I 4

GfJ1flt credit was the fact that he wouldn't'desert. ': They bring hope and bouyancy to the I anything about him. All that we knowis ', I I

is i ily mind. They bring health and elasticity that he sends the package from different \: 1 !

to the body. jKirts of the country each time. ,
USEMother's and by our corps received ordersto I Another funny thing Is that the package nil _ _ I :-
; S itS
i- -
march to outrank Jackson TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
away as S
is Invariably tent collect The S :
Friend he had outflanked Pope at :\laIlas a8. United States never pays express i( "ks. \M\TA"\cm\ i -

It was sharp fighting along the front '! ELEGANT ENGLISH. charges on a package of this kind, and I I ( .' I I i

from the .tart and after a hard march I I of course, the express companies lose -- .5 5 ?.,".-"J'. """ 4s'ie: ; 4

of two days our corps vent into battle You can hay me in fclmeleoru or plunk their transportation charges. It is a I : '' ,I \ft -aaa. f !,
: iln-am of beauty andre ;; .s '''':, I t \ '
you want to touch me. simply pull my i :
line and knew that wonder that the agents at the other end .,
has chosen her to one morning, we leg. "It: ? ;

cry faculty is keenly I there was a host of the enemy in our i i I'd as FOOD be up aealnst It as to Ret it In accept the package under such con i.Hons. ... ,]).-.;: !

the j joy, ambition, front. Then Humpy was discmvred i I the neck. :" '.. Q '1l. .. S 1.' I
: satisfaction coni- i I I'd as well be on the bum as have to "We arc undecided whether the sender ,:.' 'Q\! I I :
ng) to Umining.; Ho had taken Frruch ., I .... I
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;a to see light, and to In- known throughout the company, IJ it's off with you, you're certain to be It that he is a criminal and that hisframe i

her' she shall see a an.n Jeered anti catcalled, and the captain It you blink your peepers you must is to send the package, and to obtain -
"y face beside; her close lamps. COLD DUST !
sternly Mini: i your the usual paper (toni the express : [
'. t'n her
expectancy. Xclody does a thing! to you when you ere
t ..:r.J j-plied externally "If I live through this he shall be ,! sent to grass. company, which: is a receipt for a I,

v will relict the shot or drummed out ,'f the servicer1A l If you make me tired you're apt to give lockage, said to contain $rto.iai in is a woman's best friend when wash day comes 'il :? : / I
'i mt cramps bonds. With this the fellow
andiy I receipt
id mother detached
:: no brigade was to recoimoi-
around. It makes the clothes sweet and clean. ,
t:\! hearty: ,strong. ter the woods to our left and later on ,1 It off, must goes out and makes a comfortable raise i
you'r dotty or
'. j I.ure blooded, andhoareniutiially our regiment; was detached to deployas ,i have wheels.Every you from some {'ItOvlu) is ii>iy! iinpoMdUH I Takes only half the time and half the labor of ,. : i

1. \\ of this Mkirini>Iu'i> and ..1mout the concealed : four tUne winner's sure to get the I. Uy the time the lender beginsto soap. Just follow directions on package. S "i
1'ilmued .
use '
.. .i strength of the enemy. Away ( .rt'am.You' inquire about his money the borrower d '
iTIli'.Ii'S FRIEND. )'{' a mug: or mark or cove or guy or COMPANY \ .'
\went, with a j'ell. glad to be in it at has pone 'ut of town to make Made only by S
4 ft 10 per bottle. bloke just as you please. S Chicago New York, Boston. St. Louis.- -Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. I
: Motherhood"( mailed free. last, and it wasn't the minutes before That Is right: straight goods, and also some alleged heavy investment and I ; i I ,

1. "D REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. men began to fall. We pushed' up to it's no dream. will return in a few day" !'. Naturallyhe I wIuflM1n1iuML i !I ', ': I! f I

the woods dense the skirmishers never gOt's' back. -Washington
gray You can pipe me off or merely size me up. u,
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back and then massed on the center to If jou're sloppy, you are hushed or Star. m.
\1".1. Lold a gap U-tween the hills. Troopswere orelde.If heal Trot.Ho I The Beer '

'" i.' ,iv come de sheriffi moving; up to support us and hold you're on the water wagons, you must ftj jI
put the shutters up. -I wish! our social standing was ,I
;', iI"'i. : the ground had gainedwhen the All Skin ami niood DKeaeos Cured. I
; we
You can brace or bone me, just as you moreesclubite.She That Made t
'!i.,'s all In my wife's enemy came swarming out. Then for decide. -But gracious, we're petting: Mrs. M. L. Adams, Fredonia, Ala., = ;; :

fen uinutes the old Seventeenth made took Botanic Blood which ef-
.l u'lit'i 1 man June run olllallt:1 its war record. We held a full brigade.We ;; If you won't pull down your vest, then there. We're regular attendants, at the fectually cured an eating Balm cancer of i .
take a brace opera and all the small functions, and- &&NNUIR l FAM US i L t
: "- .\ Constitution.fl did even better than that-we repulsed -
It you want to drop me, simply cut me lIe-That's jut it. I wish we wens the nose and face. The sores! healedup
three determined assaults out
by swell thate didn't hate to do all doctors had
so perfectly. Many .
>ri-n.'.- lit four times our number, and we killed\ Try to tumble or to savvy or get next or I : f
be put wise that.-Philadelphia Press given up her case as hopeless, hundreds -18- "
tie! dilterenee between ail and wounded almost: as many as we i ilVIC'l'ORIA
II Or you'll never twig what this Is all of cases of cancer, eating
a ih.iUoie.: paV" had in the ranks. about I !
sores, supperating swellings etc., S
."., 1:1) StlU. is a man's Hut: there was,, a blunder somewhere.Our -Portland Oregonlan. i iI i Nasal have been cured by Blood Balm. I

: 'u hn.i it nd a dialogue is supports fl'lllJack, the enemy was I I Among others, Mrs. B. M. Ouerney, MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. i ; i "

t ii-r uiutUr talking toW le-enforced, and we were left there to I Truth of the lUaUe I II II II II It GATAHBH Warrior Stand, Ala. Her noc and I 'I

1"I""s. be sacrificed. There was no panic no t I lip were raw as beef, with offensive BKST 10-CKNT KOTILK BEER 't '11 !

retreat It was simply that the loneregiment I In all its stages there b' oi4 discharge from the eating sore. IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. : I.. : I !

should be .s.Ely's 1'ER )) Doctors advised cutting, but it I
I..lill.i.U -.. realizing; that it had been BROS. I'I I S
failed. Blood Balm healed the
,.. h polities like a abandoned, broke up into detachments! I, Cream Balm : I '
!soresand Mr?. Guerney fa as AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i I. : I lU!
and fought almost without leaders and Hein es,soothes anc!b ilBhe ] S,.. ;
C; ,
I di:,ea.-eil: meir.l>rjne. !>I\:\..... r well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm j i I '
'; H.Iine.:; each man for hlUl'eJr.aln;: a whole I t'\i also humors I I. f Harper f Msley.Main ; 'I :
: 11 cures atarrh tn i lrI es : { ( I II cures eczema, itching I I
M.VO the push and the : brigade moved up against us, awl heal f* 4ti4 scabs aud scales bone ulcers
I I I away a cold :u tte : L pains, House-401 S. Palafox street. S J I IR.
M 1 opposite sides.V .- i though we were only 7uO now we ijuick.y. offensive pimples, blood poison, car
R. Union I
: : :'!. poured in such a cool an,l deadly! fire I I| C'reatu Rnlin Is phce-J Into the nostrils,spreads buncles, scrofula, ridings and bumps Exchange-Opp. Depot. .I S I
P. O. Box 81.! Pensacola Fla. '
that the adanceaercd, halted, over the mcmbtuitt and is alisorbciL Re..ef 'on the skin and all blood troubles. .
un-\\ Phones 116-268. i
nac.J.Jtelu.lacurefoIo\\: : is not dryin!:-( Druggists. $1 large bottle. I .'\
V .1..' llrr |>. 1 loke back, and we might have retreated per / J
word.In rut produce enee/m;;. Large Size,50 ccutd at Druj.jMs ; Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free I ---- --- -- --- f' :' ,
,. but the
i ; :al of an olopeu then, no one gave ;
or by mail; Trial Sue, 10 cents by mail. and prepaid by writing Blood Balm
I 11\e minutes it was too late. A regiment i. ELY BUOTUERS. Warren SIr",,!..New Tort Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble Jlaus mSEASE : S :

\ '. (li-mlJu't aI!!"\\ to nn army is as a tiy to a horse. --- ---- and special medical advice sent in ; (1- ; r rUS

in IHII WI: %' \\ all Our resistance simply annoyed.We MIDWIKKKY. sealed letter. It is certainly worthwhile < -.----- ---- ( : ,
': tdrlplua! Kitvrd. saw a force gathering in the such remarkable i
i The undersigned takes this method 1 investigating a ;
| edge of the woods beyond, and everyman nI of alTering her services as a remedy, as Blood Balm cures &s ; 1\ : J I

felt that it was his end. Those i f1rt-: :IBs: licensed midwife, hayIng the most awful, worst and most tarta.or I:: : 'I ,

Hi" \\ ..r..t. IViiiu.1'itua. battle lines would walk right over us i IeforC' and after tnkln:(. Chicago i! had: 35 years experience. deep-seated blood diseases. f" I I '

:an- looked lCk to the Fed j News. 1, Can give best of references from l[ 1
-ins iuthe praises next time. We i ------ --- ------- @ II IEY CURE .1 : .j !
n -- -- --
>'' 1, t'!' .. lif-w dicovbry t'ralliues. !but no re-enforcements were I, leading physicians of this city. rnLEY' '
which HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. l MRS. M. GIDDENS, '_. PARKER'S i Ifsm2tn4 If edj : i' : tt:I
to retreat ii
iii; on their! If we rose up ,
-r -> IJIIJYIC1: > people wtll way. 114 South DeVilliers St.Curse i HAIR BALSAM
W i hi' ." we should be swept' by the grape and P. H. Dally of Ashley Ill! writes : S ;;; It'JUo1td b iaufj.* the bite S :!
"j' stronp by digesting i "This is to certify that I have taken I 4 i'romutel s lozurtint prnvlh. Cctz1d 1
1\ canister of the guns in battery and I .5 g Never Fail to Beetore Gray coney rtfundjd. J Ii.
y it. by cleuntins and two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure a Hair to its Youthful Color.
waiting.; Si1, Curt. fra.p tl 4ra*. & hair ,.""", remedies nJzed by !. > j ,
,;.: ttomach' and by and it has helped me more than any 1:1-: i'-.andI"o! 11"11t rtco sphyddms r ,
"it's our last fight; called man to : I; !
t; : ',. ; other medicine. I tried many ad- t 1 tho wrf toBU i !
s< M I red blood that und drew a long L'r
11 ': ."''d all over. Mr!=. In front of us lay a regimental! flag: recommended Foley's Kidney Cure I, I $? !01 6ho ui: f t
!j' > i L T., writes: For with half Il1 zen UH-II beside it, and and it has cured me. Before commencing HI'I e& CUSE: YOURSELF i I I
,'-I was troubled its = I such CURES t....Bic for nnrstnraiischarges.iutUmiuoilous W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. 1 ; .
colonel major ai ,, ,
and dyspppsij; shape that I could hardly ret in I Soidav Irritations ulc,-ratioDS !
captains' were down, dead or wounded. I up O.iranIed or -- ---- i-
\\ : the wort form. The lines had to when once down." W. A. D'Aleiu- IiottoI' (f mucous'j
gray just begun; move DRINKtiREl P. c.'laIaa. Painless, aDd
w :luted to use Kodol berte 121 !Palafox !oit. CHOICESTOF t tf
po- when a shout of Humpy, Humpy!" |THE EvA.S CHEIIIC'l CO. tent or poisonous. I tI
nr bottles I am --- - nNchsAl1o.1: : Solll b7 Douli'Cls'.Y,
I .-artily recommend ran alvng our lines. It was the private .. 11.s... cr sent in plain wrapper. H

> from indigestion; ; solJior sure enough.; Of all\ the thousands th. Tia Kj' YuJ Ha 9 AI.V3/S: / A '.:n. ( ) KV ,i #q ,$?**Q:i j1 M 00 u, or pte.3.buttles. repaM., |:!..'".for
i'ike a dose after of soldiers; ia our rear .(/ S 4 y' M C'ircalar cent en rtwR ... &.
rxa'nrp ? I ___ ____ f FRU1T AND CONFECTIONERY 1
r -- ---- n [ :
twhat you eat. he lilimf had made his way acn s the -H (Ill4-M!' WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. .

/; John Hhepaid, kid to die with us. lie had lust h.s -- -- --- -- I I F CmCKESTER'S ENGLISH" 11
A"" tt'ti'. A"' "fr>/ f nil f'f tjmil ni '''/''" '1 "
._ cap (til the way, but men knew him by t'ahr.hii or ,>?. M'/mrf/.m',.ttt's I:1". ILLI -AT- S 1'.
Usoyeglasbi-sand: :; long hair aud hatchet I iJ!! X..1 -
: : !: I C. APOSTLE'S
I I" <] Killer. and BEST FOR THEBOVElS %'hIteRibbon I.m"dv will cure or dtroy- 11
face. lie the ,
came on run the di ..a.d appetite for aleoliolic (.tlinuUats -I f: .c ( 'o\r CIiitllr'.Tik"; : 1.,1.1';" ,
1 fall large numbers without pause he sprang' overforms the whrther hit patient U a continued fre' U KIII ....hl ,t. ,i It the \Vashinirton inebriate, a "tippler," social drinker or I M. .-' lnl.olhrr I'r,.. I 14 East Government St. 1
) .
lying down, Over the gun barlels .
'ub."lal\tln..d ,
drunkard. Impusible (or anyone to have auIIl'p'III" ce..o".
.. .
:t ty of Walhiul1I ; pointed to the (mom t, and, lifting! ; far alcoholic liquors after using I 1'L""l'I...i>M'" '1 lrtlini' ;vu-l>rM<.. .1..1.1.1.or-','. 4r .. Formerly Cordova Restaurant BtaiuJ 1
\\ bittltbbon ", ,.. Iii
: .
;I in the route taken -Hlirr..rl M! "in i-iur :y re !
waved and shouted
: up the ll.ig.; he: it : If TOO ;'Tcn't a.....eol'>r, ht altl.r m"nt or lh. fly Members of "'. C. T. I1Mr Mull... 1MM...T LIAI, 0 'i I, Ole car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 ;t, S
I i. :-ralory buds in the "Mtn of th".Set'eiitecuth, follow! me!" Cot I Is cry d",. )un. 11- ill or v i.l: !>. Keep /uut -. More, uress superintendent of Voman' ? !, ., 4 4 knl...M.. to dozen.
I'm- $2.00
... .. 'l.Hil.oe Cevare. J-II1L4. |'t _
tH iUnpin. i I'"rth! and the south Christian Temperance -
i ,
I have seen a dozen generals, leading kntllivw jri'.lli >n,t- tlinji" i Ih. (monthel.tatiit. I f '
tura CahCornia, writes: "I have tested
( W..IIIlr..r -
u Vciiilitf me
.r 1 thoustinds of feathi brigades; or divisions,, into action butI and clean nI&ttl..rO.say la to take U bite Kitinon Kemedy on very obstinate '

their death by tly- net IT saw one who :grew tall\ and CANDY drunkards, and the cures have been many.. i! t !j
In thEllt..m"dy se !
many cases given ;
marble shaft in the heroic as Humpy. One minute IK i CATHARTIC cretly. I cheerfully recommend and in- WICKE & CO.

i!nfall slaughter; is was a hallos, bow bai.ked private siI- : clorsa White Ribbon Hemedy. Members of
-I ,
our Union are delighted to find an economical ;
very morning i.iany dier. The next he was a hero seemingto treatment to aid us in our temperance

'' "It almut the ofi be six feet taI: and a* straight; as an work." Plumber Gas and Steam i.I 1 L! t
I mall, tl. Trial fitter :
u\l't hate titles: learned and cats that of anti arrow.then We the just TOO got acn one sprang lx>;k up at with him, Druggists by; writing or by Mrs. A. Townsend packagefree I for i

Hii'inunent I is,, a good years secretary of a Woman's Christ PI i
yells and cheers and jlluwvd his lead. No. ft
I South Palafox
Street ,
"K ian Temperance Union), 213 Tremont fit t j
ult'alln the morn- He turned to the left. L'd us straight St., Boston. Mass. Hold in I'ensacola by All Kinds of Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materlala Kept on Hand I t
: and of them
many at three :guns posted there and in the 21 !S.Palafox St. r
EAT'EMLIICECANDY Hannau Bros. : TELEPHONE KM pC'IiSAmJ.A.)' .'[,A. f f t
''i. liamL Most of the
dash uf forty rods we were among *'lta;ant. PalataWe, 1'otent. Taste Good PoOoo4Kevr _ 1a1
1.lOW!! and black them and had wiped out the artiller- SirLen. Weaken. Grip, 10.S. anti W rents --__-- - -- -- -- -' ,II
1 --
Write for frre 6am.le. nd booklet onHealth.
: .:mil] small thrushes. Isl,,;. Then It was down the hill on the .LAd .. 413 I, SPECIAL SALE : 7 DAYS
i STERUNfi UMim fD1IP. T. flllflGO 51W TUBS. FOR AT -
,'btnIIe. nther sid'. the men dragging: : the captured II'
along, through the skirmish KEEP Q1LC1EAN g ;::
I riupiMnce of a 10<"0- puns ; I Uit

"1.Jltn' j is a little over lines creeping up, around the corner of F. E. BRAWNER'S } *;

\' ..r. but an engine of a grove, and then the Federal ranks : t'F' 4 5

Nottliwestern Uallway opened with cheers to let us through. LODGE DlHECTOHV I ;

x 'ivt (''inipleted(, its sec- There was lIumpy still at the head, THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. : ;

'-. < 'Iuallo 100 years'rUitwry still acting as colonel, flaghearer and -_ _ I H; :
feavlor. and what do you think he did I I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS !
basis. This Is'kfls aud said as General Define rode up 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's ; 1i 1

well known to from his and Pen"acola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P., Day Skirts, worth $1.50 special sale suits all wool, worth '3, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth spec ; I
took the
and flag
II Uo grasp .
ji-urney between each. suit. ial SI drawers
9Sc $1.93
I ; match, in White :.
meeti every Monday enD ,
II Lund JII. During thairwr called him the hero of the Army of the Ing at 7:30 ftt Castle UftU II :J9 Ladies' RainyRemember we carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors. : f11 j

".. no passenger hertnl Potomac? He sat down for a minute in tbe Blount-- WaUol Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk : :

0' > any accident :, to catch his breath and wipe his glasses i Visiting BnlMlng.brethren third floor.oordlallj! ,: worth $1, special sale 2.48 each. prices to suit everybody. Shirts and Drawers worth $3; spec- : '

anti then rose up to reply: I I{ welcomed 60 Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our Show Window for ial to close $1.20 each. t:

o ti"li"y and Tar for coughs "Why, generaL: saw the boys need H.A.LEK, I t Worsted Skirts, worth Jl.oO, special prices on Ladies' Underwear. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed i I l
H. HORSLIR u. L I. sale 9sc each. We swell line of Ladies'Flannel and Fleeced Lined
a ,
liable, tried and tested ed some onr: and so I went down! K.K.4 carry Undershirts at I .
-lit would have made Humpy I j I I 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured and Bilk: Waists at prices so 25c; drawers to match. Ii 1
W They - --- -- -- ---- -
!' t A. D'Alemberte, I Skirt, worth $2 50 to J6, special everybody can wear one. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and ;. j 1
.fox(| t't.' for what he did that day, but '
captain : =GbLAY=o. I II sale $1.98 to $4.93 each.ReadytoWear 70 doz Men's Heavy French Xeck Red All Wool Undershirts at SOc; Jj i
he would have of It. lie remained
I none I. Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; drawers to match. .

bit 111'1 Fon A HlUGISS': 5c. a private to the end of the war, but he !I $1.48 to $S each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', I' t

was Humpy no more to the Seven Grist and Corn Peal Pills, money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoea

teenth. His name was Drew and we buying. dershirts, worth 50c, special 35c; that we can save you 25c on. I
x_ ... called him Colonel Drew after that day, i 3. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at {1.50 drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line ; -

e itt LThHaieAsay 3ajjjou and the man who didn't get a chanceto I M nnl ctcreriI to S3; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Underof Men's Clothing Bougnt at 60c on '
I 49 Double-Breasted shirts worth f I, special 75c drawers dollar. We will close S
shake hands with him at least once I Boys' 2-piece ; them out at '
every twenty-four hours felt that I| CHOICE ME.\L STOCK AND FEED.PURE GnOmm ::| suit, worth $1.50, special 9Sc suit. to match. l jut }' price off other merchants. I tt

c11 things; were somehow out of kilter. In | Patronise Home Industry for there II''I- r

want a good Bed- that perilous moment In the gap there 1 every Stock reason Feed from yon the should Home bay Manufacturer your Meal and ,! Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place, th
was a chance for hero but it
Met1t'f.Jr every
for by so dolnf yon encourage borne Indni-
a nice Crib for the was Iluinpy who rose up-Humpy try. Your money U left in the eommonit

Q !J, go to Marston 9'ltllla's. who had been posted as a skulk and a tad fostering yon In torn the home are indirectly manufacturer F. E. BRKiAlNER'S ,

coward and bad never a man to give contribute the caused labor. You ow

tim a friendly nod! M. QUAD. I It to community In which you live and 1o 5 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TBEET.Sga .
whtch oontribntei to your inpport.

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..... HOLD-UP AT FOR PUBLIC Probably you know how Ayer's Hair AN UNPARALLED- RECORD"


;..L if ---- BLUFF SPRINGS IMPROVEMENTThe Vigor always restores color to gray hair

f Catered*.,,econd-at<:the Ian Post matter.omce at Pensacola and makes the hair grow. That sot I ; ; .. 100%

OrflCEFtti' Building, Slltf tSo11thI'alafolltreet. .
I np-itairs. board cf public works! at its
meeting yesterday gave the mayor HE WAS WAYLAID AND ROBBED. GREAT GUSHER itt KENTUCKY.

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. FROM THAT PLACE.Matt authority to enter into a contract
Jackson County Farmer Roughly, Flooding the Country for Mile Around During August EVEli Y IIX- '
V for street lighting, and It is expectedthat the
Terms: Invariably in Advance. -- Treated by Highwaymen. With Oil. claims paid ID ti)* t ,
Cat Year by.Ial1$5 ooBiZ a much better service than now Maysville. Ga.. Nov. 4.-Robert Perkins Barbourville. Ky., Nov. 4.-A large States and Canada: by th. F ._:

Mombi ** ___ j fioOM Sturdivant, a respected farmer exists will be contracted for. This a prominent farmer of BanKa I fore of men was kept bngy at work ble Life Assurance 8.cietv '*

Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 living at Bluff Springs, was tbe county. was waylaid and robbed Sun all day yesterday plowing and ditchIng paid within one day after W t'
is deal. but it is
saying a good certain reeeipproof. : ,
victim of an assault yesterday afternoon day night within a few hundred yardsof I I the land around the big Byrley oil it

iJrertising Rates Furnished on Application that the people demand it and his home, by three men, who Jumped gusher to prevent the escaping oil

:i at that place by three young will be given what they demand. : from the roadside as he drove along catching fireS A big stream of escaping I;Ami durinjr no monti, Hi ,|he

white men,the names of whom are in his buggy oil baa flooded Richmond creek I year Iins'thcfrenmiaKf
: : (
The board received nothing but a Itt'tQ
with deputies and warrants have One of the men grabbed the mule'j I and extended for several miles down below USX.

personal request from the telephone brIe ty the reuhi1 the other two, that stream. This wall came in Sat-

i' been made against them. They have company for permission to put wires ruse upon Mr. Perkins and dragg i I urday and has exhausted all the tank This excels the 1I'If'I, : \_

_ none of them left Bluff Springs, and i him from the buxsy. Mr. Perkins, age on hand, and a large amount of great record. It ba- utv.: .u
under the ground. As the body con-
V PEIBAOOLA, NOV 5. 1902 their arrest will probably be effected I being a very strong and active man,, produce has been wasted. It tows been approached. by any ,un!< .r
1 V sidered nothing but what: was in was about to outdo the two who had ; by actual gauge 480 barrels daily. pany.
this afternoon. I
writing, the matter was not takenup. first attacked him WhM1 tie one In "Strongest in the
SOUTHERN mills are cottening an- Stardivant was in the town yes- front turned the mute Joope and ran to Cut this out and take it to any W Irltl"THE
The disposition seemed to be medicine dealer and EQUITAI5LE
; other cotton mill trust. terday when he was approached by help in the terriSc strangle gong! on drugstore or LIFE ASM: i,'_
pet a free sample of Chamberlain'sStomach
t V not favorable for allowing the takingup between Mr. Perkins and his asail- AXCE HOrnT\
V liberal the three men. One of them is saidto and Liver Tablets, the best
TOWNS which, with a policy of the pavempnt. ants.It Perkins continued to defend physic. They cleanse and invigorate OF THE [rxiTED .-. x :
V of progression, Induce the establishment have held him at bay with a load- Himself to his utmost t rengta,, the stomach, improve the appe-

of industries yearly reap benefit ed shotgun, while one of the others PILES. but was soon overpowered. His assailants tite and regulate the bowels. Regular -

their thfa ftod. carrying I his size, 25c per box. KXOWLES
from own generosity. away BUGS.
assaulted him with a picket as tbe Constipation Is mostly responsible. J54. ,

for third watch. for piles. Masses of hard, dry faeces pocketbook containing His clothIng Slept Well. General .\ f'I1I...
THE Memphis papers, sponsors one kept packed in the bowels, press on the was torn into shreds bs! pockets Doctor
-Aha, glad to
see doing
the Gluey presidential boom, are How seriously hurt the old man hi veins to such an extent, that the torn out and his body considerably better! So you ltptH:11 last you night 309 H. Palafox' St. PFX\ -\.I ..,
hard at work endeavoring blow circulation of the blood i* interfered bruised in the struggle. He thiniss
was not learned, but it was stated j did you?
Into a blaze the ahes of last season's jI! with, the veins in the rectum become the robbers were white mon. -
Patknt ?
today that had not assistance arrived expanded and piles is tbe re- f -Whofli'pt
V V hope. I I V D $ __ sult.Cure Startling But Tru .
when it did, there would probably the contipition by using I sw'pt, i1. pL"I'nttlciitI'ahaw.
: f'YHY one knew what a grand
THERE some owners
V are property have been a funeral at Bluff Hprings HEPATICURAand the piles will I medicine ir. Kin 'i1 New Life Pills that was the nur'el! !
I here who have' been, aleepand know heal themselves if not tom far ad- luti-riie.
: today, and Stardivant would have i j is, writes D. H. Turner. Demp"eyj !
: nothing of the good sidewalk cru. I vanced. As HEPATICURA isen-j j i: town, Pa., "you'd pell all you have i Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM

sade. Wake up and repair ;your ridden in the hearse. tirely free from irritating effects: it 1 in a !day. Two week,' u.q ha: made I Soet.. of l'ovcrty. .
: _
i la well take it in advanced I
I I to ( ;
; :1"1 j a new man of me." Infallible for I Landlord-How do like
V j
V sidewalk. The warrants, as made this morn- to keep the faeces soft. Sola by .' I you your new
constipationtomach iid liver steam heater? ALA
V ing charge assaults with shotgun i! drurgists.i I troubles. i5j at V. A f\h'mbo>rte's
KEET ycureyes on Peusacola.: It's Old Man-Oh, yer honor, me an' the
---- --- I drug Hu;e, I 121 l !S. l'alanxtrtet.:: .
natural advantages: for the interchange and picket, and as a deadly weapon !! old woman wiu jest a.!:1sln' it vruzdrefful
Ti; AfcK HIM KOU .\ Ht'DUINV 5c I :Stock of all IlL" .
of the world's commodities was ued: these be changed to I lonesome 'tliout the old stove-
may --- ATLANTA FIHM can Portland Gem-,-
I>!pe n-dropplu'! on us ivcry now an'thin.
be and it i '
bound to appreciated
V are assault with intent to murder. I atnrll. <
: will become a wealthy and populous ARRESTED FOR -- I .-iMroit Free Press. land Cement: King-
The three accused were comrades 'I i Supplies!; Carpets for Florida's New I It Planter: Roseiidale _ in crime of the three parties now in I' Capitol. At lie I"ndervtnod Him. I Norfolk. I'ort-nioui:
KILLINGAHOG TaIlaJia=sce. Fla.. Xov 4.-Governor I t "I have a little poem here" faltered I II Savannah, Jack.tlnvi
i i-i ludicrous note
T to the county jail. .Sturdivatit:: it is ) Jennings and cabinet have ararde.1 the iKK-t Mobile; New Orlfa.We .

V _ how consistently rival editors cp-: learned, was free to express: his disapproval to the proprietor of the Electric Supply I I Sorry," replied the editor, "but I'm al-o make hipm : .

: s- pose each other. If one announces company! of !Savannah. Ga., the contract full Mills wherever we _

_; AV bt* in favor of a proposition, the other of the manner in hieh Plea Lindsay; a young white to supply combInation! pas and I ".\11 right sir" was the meek reply. freight rate. Sole -"il"Alabama" :
!f, immediately: opposes it irrespective things had been going on in the man, residing near Fra;cati, was arrested el It ctric fixtures for Florida's remodel.d '.. "1'11 call round when you're sober."- Brand" Portland andS.Om II' : \1 ,

of Its worth. town lateland the few *- c plto1. The contrail calls for Atlanta Constitution.
? was
V _ among yesterday for doing business !Its HYOranicilurt.- : t "
about $2.0110orth of fixtures.An I
1ri3ii THE Bradford County Telegraph who were for upholding law and order without a license He was discharged Atlanta house near Birmingham/
has secured the TO Cl'KK A COI-I IS 0\": DAY
V is authority for the statement that at all events. He is said to have this morning. Lindsay, it was contract to supply $4.000 worth of car. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablft All Correspondence Solicited.

: Dade county bas all her county officers been particularly severe in hU denunciation shown, had fattened a fine hog and, pets for th*> enlarged state house. ann! druggists. refund the mon"y if It fails to
curtK. W. jrove's is
in jail. Treating them with there are indications that two other signature ou each
of the box. *;e.
outrage perpetrated when he could
no longer resist himself lJ'illQ.
Atlanta :
concerns will secure large Save
I tbe same kind consideration :St.: orders

: : : Louis shows her councilmen. by the Birds last week upon Mrs. ha converted the animal into for supplying furniture files Dridle our Tonirue..., muuv/j your /llrm.

---- Norton and her daughter, and thi* table food. The knife had hardly cases etc. It is a pity that girls who are disptised lure at Marston $ (!'lvnaa'
IF we apply the Indian war claims 01 to be witty at the expense! of
opinion is supposed to have incur penetrated the animal's throat be-
V fund to paying off the state debt, we I To Hie I'uMic. others do not know how unattractive Great Furniture Empo-
t. red the di-pleasure of the young mea fore neighbors came: around and of- make
j' could then apply the interest saved I Allow me to say a few words in they thl'wSt'IH'j and how often rium.

J in building; good roads throughout I who assaulted him yesterday. fered money fur the fresh pork.Lind.ay praise Uhanaberlain'sCoush:: Uem- they ottend! against; Kt)o d taste. A

is cW the state, and in the end have the Beyond this little unpleasant di- i sold a small portion of it edy. I had a very severe cough and j I I I girl sometimes says unkind ami ---- --- --- -- -
I I cold and feared I would get pneumonia untrue things! about IIt-r.comrades and
V' debt paid and the good roads also. version, things have settled down II I and on this account was thought to but after taking the second thinks it all right; when those to whom I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

.. ---- in the and II I iJosaof this medicine I felt better she says them lausjli: at them. Do
; THE SEWS the quietly place it is hoped ba conducting a butcher businessand not
clips followingfrom three bottles of it cured my cold and ... I II I
ho U '
i'ivttl. :;irl- Two or throe
the Madison Recorder: "To that further outbreaks will not oc was arrested.: The mayor cautioned -, the pains in my chest disippeared I and unehantuble sharI' 3etveen 1"1110&1'01afltl Mid

: : !* induce a cigar factory to be located cur. I him about future hog killings i!''entirely.yours for health.I am respectfully MEYERS jour U.;-t couijuevts speeches off the may premisesof warn HiinH 1I.lIyc.t'l'1 ..sinmai ,

in that city, Pensacola has recently From admissions made to deruty and Lindsay said he would be more i t 61 Thirty-seventh fct.: Wheeling, W. your h.-art, though that heart may "CITY OF TAMPA. \
furnished the owner with transportation i V.i. For ale by all druggists"and Nk>nd and true and loyal and put 1
for his family and factory sheriffs within tbe pi.t week, evi- I careful in the future.IMPORTANT medicine dealers.PUT upon its ull'tallulj disown the acrid I .trPeuiolan.jan,T Milton V rt-\ $i'am, LJVna Ar Mill' 1

equipment from Tallahassee to 1'eii- dence almost sul'icient to convict ------ --- BJLL&T IN i HIS BRAlN. I uttt'ranees: (Ir that thoughtless; Lttl Kare.fiiic: Hound trip. V -

sacola, and has given him a building has been obtained against a number !I -- tongue of 'ourl. Cutting; spotoliodo I II I
TOTHEATERGOERS not i':I iy in the wul. They cause a
to be used for his factory. In return who have participated in several | V-'chril cf AsfcbLTn.: Ga.. Corrrmts; IVIU.Z11 iierhaps, hut leave a bitter.macrn- JEWELER IN HIS

f for this the owner of the factory I Suicde: Sy Shotting.A' and -
I acts! of lawlessness recently ()occnriu- ; ory, they are not always true. Io j
',l I'urn. O.i. Nn. 4.-B. A. Jones,
guarantees to employ 100 hands per I not lie funny at the cxiK'n.-e of troth -

't day in the manufactory of cigars. I tbere, including the burning of A. I T merchant of t>ns n'.ai-e.! committed: of charity, of good Lreet1in .-New NEW STAN

t: This is indeed the way to build up a I). Weller's residence, the !lynching -- Fiilciiltyesterday! by hootin! < himAf.Mr. York News. I, -
$ i II : Jon H <*am.. to this rSC'fo! abo't !
I j town. The money expended in I'en- of a strange nejrro and other acts, ATLA l'\. Ga., Nov. 3, 19IU.J. !.
two from Dooly countv | I have moved
I jears a.n my
1Fd eacola by these factory hands will M.fOf MftnuL-.T, I'etiiiicola Flit. I A Startling; S.lrl'l is"
until attributed 12U South
j lately to negroes. bought a farm a few miles from town Palafox, fiirn.eny
I 1 : jJ in a short time amply repay the These admissions are said to impli- Dear Sir:-Owinirto the fact that and later went Into the grocery bmi- Very few could believe in looking I pied by Bas: & Ct ii., .mido i: 'Ii

4 ikj citizens Pen acola for the outlay the L. & N. railroad wijl hold the 'I nf-ss. About two weeks ago h<> seeded :. at A. T. Hoadl-y, 'i healthy, robust ] better prepared than .v, r
blacksmith: of Tildeu, Ird.: that i 1
cate white men and their arrest will forten great birgainsin diamot i- IV
made. Let's get some in Madison. train only 15 minutes at Pen;acola: I to act strangely and endeavored lie aulfTf! '
years #uch torture* !jewelry, etc. Call II ,' V
i a4 follow shortly it is presumed.;; next Saturday: night, we shall be j'I to sell out rind it is thou ht that hii from Rheumatism afew could endure I let me convince you.
UNTIL Florida has the necessary I mntJ1"! unbalanced.Wn he wentto I'I'I and live. Rut ,
5- I coupelled to ring up the curtain at a wonderful J. I. 1''i'r; -
;$ capital to develop exhaustively her I o'clock sharp. If we ring up at your his store yesterday morning, clew change followed! hi-. taking Electric

: natural resources, we will be obliged CONFEDERATEVETERANS' i usual time we will he compelled to lag the door, he shot himself throu&oI IJitters." "Two bottles wholly cured n I
itpt' to depend mainly upon the growth | found he fe11111. his UIP he wiitee, "ind I hive not felta SAJfjJ'JLE s A.V
i rush the performance, which Mr. twinge in over a ye-tr." They .
[i of for the wealth J I hand a 3 -calber! revolver.
agriculture of the |
MEETING Warfhld: does not like to do. reuulitte the Kidney", purify the i ho most healing:gqive tn<'"0/1"

: 'V state. There are upon Florida! farms: 'I Please announce in all ads andreading I Alllf'nAltal'kcrCrOul'Cnrf'tI.. blood and cure Rheumatism Neu- ---

: j : : today thousands: arid thousands: of -- "Lat winter infant raUia, Nervou.nes. improve di;:ejtion *.
notices the fact of the cur- an child of and give perfect health. EVERYBODY LOOKS

t V if: bushels of fruit and vegetables actually At the regular monthly meeting of taiu rising at S o'clock sharp, instead I mine had croup in a violent form" ,| them. Only 50 cents' atV.. Try A.

rt thrown away because of noV of usual hour I says Elder John W. Holers, aCIri-t-! D'Alembertf drug store 121 S. Pal- I FOR THE BEST
your and kindly
canning facilities, and then the Camp Ward, U. C. V., last night ian Evangelist, cf Filley, Mo. "I i ii !t afox street.
? oblige. Yor truly i I gave her a few dos of Chamber- !
: whole state turns out and I there was a good attendance of both.
buys canned I .\ \ SAXKOKD, i Iain's Couth Remedy and in a short NEW'Al .
V S i CALL FOR PABST T BEER I Here it is. Call .i" -
goods 111 northern markets. officers and members. Besides the time all dauber was pan and the, ;
Mgr. David Wart ed! Co. '' ABSOLUTELY NEW AN3 PURE. Creary. They are don. '
: t1 Even the sweet : the staff of I child recovered. This remedy not ; _
potato i usual routine of business, the following 1 ,,
only cures croup, but when given' I work that can be turned ','
; tbe South: exclusively, I is
reshipped named comrades were elected Fresh Buttermilk, 5c. a as soon a? the first symptoms appear, Foiey's Kidney Cure : prepared to do any kin I
to us in cans by enterpri-ing Massachusetts glass at Solomon's. will prevent the attack. It containsnoopiumnor
_ ; i'
the They put on India rutibbeat r '
delegates to state
1, 11\1 tler5. Every community encampment, I i other ha'mful ubtince dikes kifscrs and ILrdd tizht. V

V : should own its own canning which meets Nov. 19h and :iOth at i and may be given as confidently to -- --- -- on the market mi -' "

V : A BAD LIVER CURED. 1 I a baby as to an adult. For ale by Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m,, JOe- an they have a full !h.i<
4 factory and supply its own tables Tampa, to-wit: W. H. Murphy, W. ,,: all ( tires in .tock.
A bad: liver is the cause of most of druggist*and medicine dealers.,, doz. nt Solomon's.
_ _ S with Florida: canned vegetables. L. Wittich, A. C.: Tippin, W. K. I I the ills with which the human bdv Dee your bujrjry m. d ''I'
------ sutlers. The bet way to overcome in- - V : THE Hartford Courant says: : The Hyer and D. B. Reed. On motion I this uncomfortable condition is to ; Their price, too ar r<-,-''i

iF Financial Chronicle in an interesting the delegates were given authority have :a liver remedy upon which .Swansdown Flour. they hiVamp!!! : '

article upon the coal strike talks I you can depend. HEPATICUKA . a fir*t-clas carri'ig.-; hu.lepiirinz ._ I.
V to appoint their alternates incase ;
is the thing which will give you a : : buiuelJ >ni ,
_ : of the relative: payment to capital any of them cannot attend. I great deal of pleasure from its use : HAS NO i call un them.
_; and to labor in the daily grind of and speedily re"tore you to health. TAKE NO OTHER.Fleishmann's I Scales repaired.

35 the work of each year.: But our con- The camp passed resolution regarding Mr. Jas.. T. McNair of Pen"acola, I n jo"ITI.FR&t'I: ,

temporary neglects; to say what constitutes : the death of Comrade John i Fla.. says: I have hid some trouble Yeast and Swansdown Flour will I 15 h.,-*t tiarcl' -
| with my liver for about a yetr and i Phone 5;.
S 'capital." Supposedly it is Rupert, with the usual require i I a half. I have tried a good many : make the best bread that can be produced. I -

the money invested in an enterprise. I ments; also resolutions were passed I kind of medicine also phy iclan,,'
S But when a goinif corporation with treatment but found no relied untilI s- : \WE ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH./g I FINE STATIONERY.
of ) I memorializing the state encampment took HKPAflCUIiA.: One bottle !
a capital say fjO.OOO.OU suddenly :
; 'ti k to take action looking to legislation has so uuuch improved me that I'' OUR FRESHLY
_ ; calls that in and substitutes for it I : have: gained seven pounds in weight' PARCHED COFFEEHAS
I 150,000,000) bonds $50,000,000 of relative to giving preference in I C. V. -
I : three weeks. My appetite is good NO EQUAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. I Thompson N I
I t preferred stock and $50JOlJl') of to Confederates in the appointive I and that: bid tastE I had iu my, PaLifox street, hajust .
n 1"
: stock the mouth is all gone. Sold by all drug.gits. JAS. McHUGH Prop. New Orleans I'
c common question arises offices of the state and counties. \ I II Grocery. new supply cf Linen ai.-i ',

whether the company stands for JoO- ---- --- I'bone IO.T Hand 10 \\'. Int'ndrncia St. I I Papers, white, blue and .fr.jv; ) w

000,000) capital or for $1-50.000,000, A LIBKK.UThe OI'FER I I, Envelopes to match, Oxford -

S and which amount has got to bo FOR SEED OATS I also
I undersigned will eive a free Foreign Mail Tablet w" r-
: looked after as well as labor. If each sample of Chamberlain's Stomach Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat, call F. B. BRUCE velopes to match Ink !I',

S. laborer called for three men's pay and Liver Tablets to any one want. on the MelUn-Crosby Company at i I- Penholders, Blankbook'etc. -. F1'"

tbe absurdity of such a demand ing a reliable remedy for disordersof I the Alcaniz street warehouse. I I .. always on hand.

I i Vi but would when be each universally dollar in recognized an enter-I, stipation.the a good stomach This one. biliousness is All a druggists new. remedyand con and Phone334. 9Jlm i Ii I tv!vythin r is i tAl; i 1t1 ad AtAhU ill. I I I Phone 234I -/

prise is made to call for medicine dealers.Tonight. I S. FRIEDMAN IS DISTRIBUTOR'

; lars' earnings, then it is heralded: as I FOil PABST NEW MALT BEEK-THE I O TCn.A.: : ..
------ - PUSEJiT MADE. Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle Bicycle and <'
great financiering and nobody says I Ia -------1 i :;
word of protest. But the fallacy is Try one of our celebrated I Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. I '7 ; _

- -3 there all the same, and as truly as H. S. Felt Mattresses -
Just before retiring, if liver Is $ i Hammond
and Other
i your Typewriter Typewriter Supplies.'! All Kinds of
V !. when one man claims compensation !I sluggish: out of tune: and you feel dull They never pack or grow I\ Repairing, Lack and Key Fitting. : All kinds of chairs and
VT for three men. The hood of water bilious constipated take a dose ofHood's '
High-Grade HammerlEss
Guns Kept for Rent. Big Supply of Fresh
Better than hair :
lumpy. JUarstcn
::1l that has been flowing into Wall a all at Low Prices rocking chairs at

-_' street: for the past few years is sure I PillsAndyou1IbeaUrigbtinthemornng. mattress, at half the price. # Quina's. Prices are very

S under inexorable laws, recede. 1 I .Marston &- Quina. I IJ 15 South Palafox Street. low.


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WILL W. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier; ; :

C CLERKS I* of Little Benefit Unless It Is Di. IIPHOLBTERER S. J. FOSHEEVice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. 1 I. Ali '


HOLD MEETING/ Nearly everyone will admit thatas Saraet Work and Refinishing Furniture oSpecialtf. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ; .

a nation we eat too much meat .

-- and too little of vegetables and the OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ;
Phone 4QO.
Clerks Union will hold a meet- grains. Designated Depository of the United States. l F
r2: -
For business menoffice men and

J'.'", at 6:15: P- m. o'clock tomorrow, clerks, and in fact everyone engagedin R. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2i, l00'J. >, 1 I k e

... which time important matters sedentary or Indoor occupations, RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ; I J

be taken up. A big attendance grains,milk and vegetables are much Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand Time Loan: .... ....... ..... ................ 1346,35498 Capital Stock ...... .......... ............. 200000.00 '; : j
wiH more healthful. Graduate Optician, Demand Loans.................. .. .... .... 119.949.74 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10,000.00 '
j J5 requested.; Overdrafts................ ...... .. .......... 538.74 Undivided Profits.---. 15256.97 : 1
membership; of this bndy are Only men engaged in a severe out II Soitk P.Ufoi St., Peu.eolsIii U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 214,296.87\ Rediscounts........... ..... ... ....... .... 64,071.57 I : !
Tile door manual labor can live on a Stocks, securites, etc..................... 2,625.00 Circulation...... .............. .... .... .... 125,000.00 + )
rfjjicins today over the victoryJmed heavy meat diet and continue in --- --- ----- Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .......... 6,718.48 Deposits..... ............ ............ ..... 455,036,05 ill ;

them last night, when one health.As I. R. Stamps... .......... .... ... .... ...... 74.S6 I I .l .,
by Cash and Exchange........................ 178,805.92 i ,
fif the firms which had been fighting a general rule, meat once a day ,

!.: early: closing; movement "towed is sufficient for all classes of men, EW5 OTE5 $869,364.59 869,364.59 1 i I;

t and announced that they women and children, and grains, This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give '
t: stark; fruit and vegetables should constitute your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. 1

waU abide by the agreement, the bulk of food eaten. I I 1
which! was signed today. But many of the most nutritious The ladies' class day at the gym.

foods are difficult of digestion and it naslum has been changed from {

is of no use to advise brain workersto Saturday to Tuesday at 10 a. m. s

MEETING OF COLORED eat largely of grains and vegetables All gentlemen who wish to take L 2-' .RED TAG SALE .. .f : I

where the digestion is to weakto j 1 f
part at the P. A. C. Thanksgivingsday ; I
BUSINESS MEN assimilate them properly.It I IMEN'S
hunt are requested to meet at ti j
is always best to get the best results AND BOYS'I i
the club tonight at 8 o'clock to elect
from our food that some simpleand I
captains and make other arrange j
-tacklders!: of the colored harmlfss digestive should be Its
iiiizition of Pensacolau. taken after meals to assist the relaxed ments. '
t. .;: I Dependable Clothing 1
tomorrow (Thursday) digestive! organs! and several Five thousand free tickets to the II : '
u.'l years experience have proven Stu Fall Festival attractions will be N 252525ZS2525Z 252 ,?? 2 ; '

4i Allen chapel on East art's Dyspepsia Tablets to be given away Saturday at carnival .I i. I I .
very THE Character, Style and Quality of our Clothing recommend themselves, but when marked at One-Third I i I''1., tar the depot. safe, pleasant: and effective headquarters, No.13 South Palafox
\\ digestive !
Less than exclusive dealers' prices, it's to your self-interest to make the savings by coming here. !
,. : ,- ihvited to attend, as and a remedy which may be street, to school children, both white
I .1 i the meeting to eu- taken with the best results. and colored. All are invited to call. -See Our Big Show \Vindows for Powerful Convincers.{?#: -

ale of stock. Brief ad- Htnart's Dyspepsia Tablets can I John Dees of Prattville, Ala.,
hardly b3 called a patent medicine anI I 500 Pairs Boy Pants all wool, 4 to 100 Beys' Blue Black and l cotch Men' Dress Trousers.-Our Line '
aged gentleman, illn the hav- '
u ',f' ui.iJa by those inter- as they do not act on the bowels nor I j city 15 years, Cheviot Suits, 6 to 15 years Compri all that U Good in I '
I] ing been ordered to Florida for the Melts FiLe Trouserings. I I '
,.\vment. any particular organ bu: only on the ; benefit of his health. He is suffering 60c pair. $2.00. {
A Look is all we A-k. The Price !
:\1.:5. G. AIHJOTT, food eaten. They supply what weak from asthma and yesterday hada +
stomachs lack, pepsin diastase and 3GO Pai'rs Boys' Pants, worth U.OO 3oO boys Dress Suits, all materials Does the Best. ; i '
: 1.. President.irv. stroke of paralysis, causing him to
', by stimulating the gastricglands increase lose his speech entirely. Physicians 4 to 15 years, 6 to 15 years, $3 3, $3 3 ;50 0, $qJ,, $-150 5 0 ip! 1 t3S5 0 i.
: the natural secretion of hydrochloric 75c pair. 52 25; $2 50, |3, 53.50, $1, up to |G.
have given cut that his days: are I
acid. Must be Keen to he .
numbered and relatives +
have been I
3m( Pairs Boys' Drf?s Pants, wurth : wprovo t: '
g gI'
HAS People who make a daily practice clusivtlx whlwec.Illdoforvolllu }
WORK summoned from Alabama.: They I
$1 25,1 to li year, no'K'' st!
ot taking one or two of Stuart'sDyspepsia Fine Tailored Dress Suits and TopCoat
arrived yesterday Mr. $3.75 $4.50 $5 t
morning. OVERCOATS. .
: Tablets after each meal $1.00 pair. ? A positive Caving of $2 iiO ,
BEEN COMMENCED Dees father of Mrs. J. W. Hiltonof totasuit.Men's: I
are sure to have perfect digestion West I :. I
Government street, and he 150; Boy,,' Plaid Suits. to 15; years, YOUrHH'UI'1'-i!: in Cheviots;, Clays ; 4 I.
which means perfect health. f $12,, o suits our mice $10 00
---- has been taken there to spend his and Worsteds, 15 to IS years } '
76c suit.

;\ !- i, ,-u commenced on the injurious There is habit no danger as the of tablets forming con an last days.- ------ $5.50, $6 *6 i.i5. $7.50 to $9 50. Mfifi's' 15 i 00 sails, m price 1 12,50 I I

,t,1 the L. M. Davis Loss of is ailment that luO Boys' Blue Cheviot Suits, 6 to r '
tain absolutely nothing but natural appetite an 15 years, 300 Pairs Men'sVotkio Trousers, Ken's 18,00 suits S, cur i m 15 00 -
x '. -i 1 of Haylen and Garden digestives ; cocaine, morphine and indicates others, which are worse- : !

.; wn- the big hotel will be similar drugs have no place in a I Hood's Sarsaparilla cures them all. $1.50 suit. $1, $1.-a, $1.110. $2, $225, $- ro. \ Men' Top) Coats! $6.0010 12 on. .t I II

stomach medicine and Btuart's: Dyspepsia I
: Tic "lIb-.tJ.utial walks are ASK HUl F01I A IIUDGINS 5c.
Tablets are certainly the best ---- -.-- MONDAY'S SPECIALS. : '
i., veeive attention and the ;[ f !
known and most popular of all stom
it are about comcav B. 8. BERNARD Remainder of all Colored Silk Waits, former- 52.75; I ONE CASE STANDARD PRINT1(1( yards. ..45c I' j j !
w lame ach remedies. ly $3 50: to $G 00. .. .. ..... ..... . .. .. .. I ONE CASE: PERCALES: LIhtund; Dark, 12'jc; i
Ask your druggist for a fifty cent 35 Pieces New Fall Percales lOc value... .. .. bI'IIC I| value per yard .. ... .. .. .... ... .... .. .lOo I ; ;
package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets WAS ROBBED I
:I f th':. nrett: pileof build- .
and after a week's use note the f
U try marked by warning W. J. & B.
improvement in health appetite e4 $ i
t- \\",ifh }gleam ominously f
and nervous energy. B. S. Bernard, cashier: of the Swift it
,' -. Thisi* inconformw .

,w ':. 1 : a great! protec- STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ had Packing waylaid Co.: reported him a short that time a negro since Look Out for Fever. f If You Buy Them' at the Boston Shoe Store, They are Good I; r I i .1. .

., ; '--iblt colh-inu from Billonsnees and liver disorders at .
and relieved him of a sum of money
V I' t xp'-t-tfil tit! ; HIHW \- : Will make regular trips between this season miy be prevented by '

: <. Ituilduii win! Pensacola, Point \Vashington and belonging to the company Itis Mr.Berulrd's cleansing the system with DeWitt's A MATTER OF TASTE. : i.'j'

Freeport. Leave Bayleu street I : duty to be at the office Little Early Ri,pr;;. The e famous it ,
I b' CtllllilJl,"- d t morrow, if tin} r'- 1Sjifcul 4
i iI wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive -I early in the morning, and he was on little pills do not gripe. They move
';tin the bowels gently but copiously and Loud Fancy Cut and Perforated Shoes do not do the Most L
at Freeport at 6 p. in. same day the way there atI a. in. when the by reason of the tome properties, ; \
--- Talking. Good :Shoes that are Plain pe!Volumes inDignified .I !i .
: ,I coiauint.i.tlouEtaiiibi.'t ; Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. man handled him.Ir.. Bernard jive tone and strength) to the ghr.d WI' 'j 1 i
,, and arrive Pensacola 6 p. m. same Hargis' Pharmacy John !Sheppard, ay. ,1 ;
Lod' \ i: j ,
'" > I fired several times at the robber, but Kahn.Frances'. "
1' -ud A. M.. 7iu:: 1'. in., day. Fare round trip f5; ; one way f 3.Tuos. Sidney I I : j
G' )\t;"Jlilhd IF, Xoveicbpr 5. COXDOX. Captain. i he was not harmed.For Ruth = Beulah $2.00 Shoes !. ti ] Yt
'. \\'<.rk in K.: .\. dP;{ree. Yi.ttJi ,-. Holm I IIU'SoverHvii' Sake. Diplomats Ci-
,/;:' brxthrHi invited.H .
TIle shah: of IVrsla when In France gars at Solomon cts 1

u l>'t IKV.I Kf."M 1.1(;;11/:, \V.);;. ;Secretary.M. Watch for imitation leer suffered from a toothache, and so a I straight. I are Ladies' Shoe full of the little niceties seen only in custom !' 'i '

being passed on the public dentist was summoned to fl.mOtlll..' -_.. --- shoes. They have correct shape : udswing.; Feeling : b.i .

.. Schlitz that offending tootlu Rut, like less exalted I Cleaningladies skirts and waisteis I that you will appreciate Ruth-Beuluii': ?, we ask that yon f .If
4. (:ray's: Mrrrt Ponders fur for ; see every I mortals the shah when he found himself :! I ij'
Laun call and look at them.
of Star tL
one o' r specialties.
children 1 cork is branded "Schlitz. face to face with the dentist, discovered I dry. -- i !. r q.1 "
l 1 ---- ---
in, Mother Gray, nurs In that his toothache had disapiK'ared II
il 1.. in New York lure I I"
and so absolutely refused to IHJ
", I iijinacb, Ti'fthmij DIsulatt ,
HID Honcls antterr operated on. However his majesty Refrigerators have a r' I : '
< :>U>HI testlmonlaU..ill p"rtt't1 for The News hj Boston Shoe Store l'r
,1... druKlt h.2-V. "dm- Union Naval Srnl'f'800. declared that he did not wish the dentist I few left, which we will sell j tl,
Allen K. lllinntod, LIt to lose his time and so commandedthat
at cost. Marston $ Oidna. 1!
1l0!IN. a tooth should be extracted from I

Kt"'p I Ih' Feet' Warm and Dry. WW ?....#t IS; H........._.fl 75WU each of his suit lie said this with 117 South Palafox. It ;.l .
37;; 15;) his eyes fixed on the 't'ountl.l1ucl then, ; .

\,t. "'\*\oilfe foot-1asea II,NWf: Kting pow,Sore:
< :. At all druggists and M. a'im I tit niniiH'ineiit, that all his ministers IVIONDA.
.. ,.,
K._. "hl 1) ....._..... I S5t anti staff fowl quietly sl'pped away I ------ "- -- '- I 0 : rl j E
:! lei C A below ..... 1 aittrtatra : ONE NIGHT ONLY k t ,
Hot except the grand vizier, whom lie complimented
Chocolate with I
T1J&PUITI1'IE-52:, .
Dipped Cream at Solo- faithful enough upon to teeing undergo the a only little discomfort one Friday, November 7. nroc- i Ej
1 XlXL
** **** ;
men's. ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PUKF. I for his Mivcrvign's fcaKe. Then I NICK 8 j
- II be! dismissed the dentkt! with a present I the Sensation
I A Play that will Create & WallIMPERIALJIH8TREL8
I Quinlan
:.aesStO.eeb.010.OiOOi...&.................+tieiete: I I'ulu"fJ liikiriwlioim Ton Far. I of the Day..Mi i l

Thn-e were having an e peri- TICAITKLI'KESEXTS : 1I r tTaVNT
! Lap Robes Double Collar Pads :
.of. Single and enee meeting.: Tle: first told how lur I

eo maid had locked her in the batLroom '

Tie Reins Buggy and Wagon Harness. Riding\ e I and tied from the house.- The second I '
toll,! of a green cook who had boiled awatcrmelun. 1 Direction MK. DAN (11\ ULAN: late

6r i f .rw : 0e I The third said: ''LOD TTMQAL3'A Manager and Interlocutor of the j i i. i
Whips.: ; Saddles "\\VS1 latest treasure has just
I tuy Al. i. Field Min-trel". !
: Buggies \ I lai.Jed and did lIut know how to wash i I .
? anwagons, : t
win'lows. t-o I proceeded to explain I Romance of Life Founded on DAILY MENUS? '
: Storm 1. INSTALMENT! \ Saddle o matters to her.Ve live on the\ fifth Ouida's Novel "Strathmore! ," and 42-ALL STARS-42 h1j 1j :

: ....OR CASH._. o story of an apartment house and I I author""Moths.! ." "Under Two Comprise all the Up-to-
t with the Act- l
etc. popular
: ..IIIIw'ollter how to wash the outside by Date Dishes th-s Mar ; :
i Aprcns. t Blankets. sitting the sill\ and letting her feet'I re==, Greatest of Fiat Parthtchle.s !
( BEERS'REPOSITORY i I, on :: kets of the World 1 1 1Afford.
!hal into the room. Imagine :\ Olio! I It
;: my I Virginia Drew Trescott, !
i. Horse H-5ll S. Palafox St. Spurs : auax.enieut when I went has k a few Picked Vocalists I Exclusive Specialties 1

mil. 'tes latrr and found her washing! ; I Supported by Alexander Frank anda I f
I I the glass on the inside and sitting with Compauy of Carefully 1
: Blankets. : Harness ." I'I'j Selected Players. GOr[roil Street Paseant at NOSH g I
..of. Extra Shafts and Poles ?* : her feet hanging out into the strt''t.I I Ladies' Private :
j New York Times.
a Produced in a Manner Equal to
: Saddle For Buggies and Wagons. Parts : I .. New York Production. I Prizes! -58, 50, 75c and $1.00 Dining Parlor. I -
While there ia life there is hope.
: --- . .. .
I I WAS afflicted with catarrh ; could i Prices-25, 50. T..c; and $I 00. 1- --'- -- i .

! Pads. Low Prices Easy Terms Of All Kinds S, : neither tate nor smell and could Seatr on sale Wednesday at noon. Frances' Diplomats Ci- if 1 ,'
gars at Solomon cts Regular Dinner .
hear but little. Ely's Cream Balm Daily. .1
e1eloseele. .itlNiMi/iN.
iN i oaeloei/iNeitliei ita0/i f'1t' iht.
- cured it-Marcus O. Shautz, Rail Saturday, November 8. :

way. N. J.CREA l>o y,.n Wan i ina,.'iiiflcHiit watch j
I BALM reached me safely ONE PERFORMANCE! for ifttid money? If 9o, call on II Short Order" I'rompdj

IUAI)QUAKTIKS FOI: and the effect is surprising. My son \ bl'-phens, the jeweler. He will accommodate [ F'inset Night I (>r Day.II ,
;says; the first application gave decided -, you. I
relief. Respectfully, Mrs. | i :' -
SCHOOL BOOKS =- Franklin Freeman, Dover, X. H ...WARFIELD... Try Force at Solomon's.FORT It''omethn! Good to i
The Balm does not irritate or can=e I yea ..I.b.IOu'll sad it in ?
WE } ."\\'E THE LARGEST TOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PENSA snet'ZingSold by druggist at 511 cts la His Whirlwind Success, 1 t
mailed Ely Brothers, 56 Warren BARRANCAS, Fla., Oct. {
or Nick
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES.:: Apostle'sPopular i
St., New York. 1902.-Healed! proposal*, In 1 i
I The Auctioneer triplicate will be received until fi
11:30 Nov. Itf, I'.tiKi! for Restaurant. ;
... .GEM BOOK STORE. PABST NEW MALT BEER IS THE a. m. constructing -
... PUREST AND BEST MADE. CALL FOR plumbln and f'1f ctnc wiring
two single sets :\. C.O. Quarters! ,

A Line of School Suppl-e-: Tablet;?, Pencils, Penholders, Etc. IT. Four Crowded Theatre Months, New the Bijou Fort Melee, Fla. U. :S.: reserves 1MWA! } 2 j -
Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m., 100. right to reject or accept any or all t
SEE ME AND proposal IJr :tny part thereof. Information 1 t
SAVE MONEY. a doz., at Solomon's.Watch UNDER MANAGEMENT: OK furnished on application.
corks; see ...DAVID BELASCO... Envelope? containing proposals CA.STOn.XA.: 1
CHAS. R. JOHNSON your should b. marked "Proposal for flea?,t5. The Kr.d: YjIJ Pa A.f3ni'patur. pces2

that they are ra nded Prices-50 75 $1 and $1.60. Construction, addre;>ed toV.. E. .
218 SOUTH IML.1FOX Cole, Q. M. 20oct4tl7aor2t( #+ # '
.. STHEEr. "Hchlitz. Seats: on sale Thursday at noon. .
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I "It; will avail n !l1iIl'g." T&en suddenly I
I IOrglcal.I

An Economical Prince he added. "I want your resignation." Save the Children

--J MISS FAY LEE The minister lorded to his sover

eign's will, and the prince, turning

President of the Shakespearian Club Kansas City. [ again, said to the prisoner: All stomach and bowel troubles in child Jr '
to ir4
"You ale hcn-by appointed prime a single cause-Indigestion.
Thl.te:1S once a German
r Come t, Flux, colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea dv .
+ nerroustension. The nervesfimne minister of our royal cabinet.
Your booklet which has
came j --Mirvania- : tiijpiH.-artHl : +,, ir..fvg.jEat
like a message of hear soon begin to give way under j from the map of UuruiM", LJMII.; been : with we to the palace that we may ., foods fermenting In the stomach. 1 lire: >.'etf
the Yon i t
strain. perhaps
when I had suffered with at unusual disturbance, I nliMjrlMl 1 by Uic kin:thou of I'russia. i iI consult upon the iuiKrvationwu suggest" prevent fever and to cure such troub!"- >v. ea} .to
headache backache and belt yingdown
| Its domain fisiisisttil 1 of about lOAHIO to the membranes lining the stoaiacu ;I1
pahs.: I was weak, or laugh or weep, hysterically I The new prime minister contractedfor I perfect s .' ':sIl
its inhabitants of about 4 and hysteiical and at no apparent cause. acres ojaoiiio. I
nervous That is -hat Miss Lee Tlu' .riiici- who governed I livedin all the lead animals in the neighboring : U' '
had not consulted! any doctor a Fay 1 : Il yl// n n n I'J Digssts

thinking it would pass away 60351 North Seventh Street, u palace summiMlwl by a court i*>ss principalities, which he buried I iU ILl U What

in time, but instead 1 Bound r 1 Kansas City, Kansas, was *sc
that the pains increased and: n coming to alien she rescued head of a miniature nwuuri-hy. His abundant crops and prosperity to thpriJCe \ / Kodol is the new discovery which cure ,'

were more frequent. I decided all ,, herself by taking Wine of Itrotbcrs and cousins were his ministers i, and people of Sarvania. "' and bowel troubles by removingthe caU l'. 'l : '"u9

to try Wine of Cardui DSea Fay Let. Cardui. The Wine made alit chief iitiicors, his female rvlathxt I'. A. MITC1IEL. remedy checks fermentation, cleanse pr! :'" I
and in a short time wa much her a strong healthy woman sweetens thestomach. Kodol digests all classes of food and 6:11'a;F 4
million other daitii of honor to his Ilrilll'l.-!;;!. all of the nourishment health and '''I
improved. It seemed to act hke a charm. again, as it Las made a Liquid Air Ptmt-r. strength It contains.

I kept up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By inducing The government was supported l hF a The result of tests of a liquid air Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Troubles.
tax on the i>-ojik' which produce} in "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is jus' the thlnj for dyspepsia and ,
was most satisfactory. Words fail to u- regular menstruation the entire I plant made at Cornell university; reported helped me more than anTUilnKelsa In a lung standing stoma -n K ,s 11 e"
less my gratitude for the suffering that system is relieved of the terrible wasting our money about $I :;UI a ywir. Of at the Pit It-burs nxi-tiiig; of the Oscar king,Cherry Valley, N. y, case of cabuThbf uPrepared i. gun"...

a now saved: me. I am ia fine health, drains. The ligament which hold the course it was neoit-sury; to be very ei-o- American Association FIll" the .\d.'anceulI'nt only by E. C. DeWltt* Co., Chlcapo. Sold by all deg: !. r,

physically and mentally. I can only say womb in place are strengthened by a nomk'al. of Science iihlicates that Oat Minute Conga Care Th.. !:Lcorlte bo..blll,<1 nWfflY tor C"O" -,

'thank you', but there is much more in healthy flow and that is returned The omiiiation of the inhabitants of \ : brunclJLa, Krlppe. tLNat and lulIlf1"1111..... j h ,argue
organ the exiK'mlituiv of oi e horsepower
my you. to its normal position. Returning 8arl1Iia11S crowing: grapes which continuously I for one hour resultsin John Hheppard.Har Pharmacy Sidney K.. : :
TTIEARING-DOWN pains are the health is the result. This is what linnlunil a sour wine. After awhile
of just enough:
R the production:
know. If
worst that women Wine of Cardui has done for thousands k tl*? soil became! barren, anil there was --
U from this trsu-; liquid air to prodthv, if utilizedin
t are suffering
you of the best women in America. no crop and no income. The people il<>-
l Lie von need not be uncertain I its turn as a wnrrce of power

I about it. the pains in the abdomen If you need advice write The Ladies I that since there was nothing to in a perfect machine( one horsepower \ ; mm t n ,

and lack that feel as if heavyweights Advisory Department, The Chattanooga par with they fh"ultlnot IH taxed, but for one minute. The experimenter l&I\ TnfHU' Wall Y

t were pulling: dow on the nerves of the : Medicine Company,Chattanooga I the prince! argued: "If there is! no tax adds that the most efficient YQ' t'lp '

stomach are "bearing-down: pains". describing all i I tlH-n is no pm'rnment. That means air
r 1 Term., your symptoms nitlnxl ot obtaining: liquid as yet
They may not be particularly! severe at freely, and a I letter of advice \\"lllbe i :m.u'dlUlrdl: ) means no more discovered would iucn-OM the time to
present but they are growing worse. j The people will s-tarve." That --
1.00 bottle of Wineo frogs
Secure ; .
drives sent you. a only five minutes.Slnnp
That headache' \'; nearly: you 1 the malcontents and
did not satisfy
distracted now is caused: by the temll Cardui from your druggist today.VINE hundred -, IT
| there was a rcbflliuti. Three A'e
Age I'iolurtfinllrry.. '
men armed with scythes! and l' ttht'lrks .J..VcJ.m yt''t
ss t> s c.1 Si att
A that dates from the
women A picture gallery:
manesuffering j stormed the palace. They were I I '
; f CARDclerI laWice stone age has been unearthed in a cavtrn .
0 of Carduf.I : met by the regular army of fifty men > > K--MK: TO AVKKY t WooLK.H! "
The !
France. pictures
I heal Ky/.ies :
under the ('II -r1 in chief, routed nntJI'il'

--- -- th leaderis captured.The which are all of prehistoric animal IMPORTER AND JOBBER OI
-- -- ---
were not cut in the rock, as is
of this arch rebel occasintied -
: -.1 a
w ci -t v. ',' 1. \ ;; ki1' -,11 ti'Mt! ; Il-sba! :, The tliickni'-s of a negro's skull Is I the prince as much mental but wire painted In several: colors HARDWARE.

:- ''''I. ttll'i 1:1 l.HInii! toolJ! i prourl'ial, but seldom is it offered as 1 I tllMjuiettuie! as the! capture of Jefferson and give some e> M.iiK.i'S of artistic!

p it 1 t ana: of! Ih-iiu; irom the! initials of'u a defense in n criminal trial as it was at I I avis caused 1'resident Lincoln. In. skill. There are eiglit.v; pi<-turcs, of
the Sarvuui.1!'" it was Pimply u mutter Iron, Nail- Axe, Bhovt Is, Saw Mill and St"-: i : !i', e rinses: while! the surnameS II Macon Mo., a few days 'i::o. lien I which forty-nine represent bisons of
of {>{'IIllOI1l '. There was no esccutinner Supplies, Cooking and Heating HtnvPaint.! <
'lit: owi* its origin to file \illaue: :: Boyd, n negro, was tried for attempting various kinds. The pigments used .
in the principality, and to send Window Glass" Guns, Pistols and Fi-him? Tuc. .
of h.rcli Stratton in Shropshire, to murder William Turner, alluthl'rnl'I'o. which are shades of red and brown

r ? where her fathir was |o>-master. Boyd struck Turner with a for one from a distance would bo very have 1 been found on analysis by Mois- Agate and Tinware ana Ilouselurnislimi: ] ; (i -o.kiTSj.
Gon..itl.t'il that the royal
iiheth. one of her younscr: sisters i EliZ.1 pickax. "The smashing of a negro; on expt'nsive. Fan, the eminent French chemist to be
i revenue was cut off this was not to be gV'AGENSFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL C":'L.! '..\
y Miss Sti-atou's first story to the skull with a weapon, no matter I others mixed with minute fragmentsof
thought of. And yet if the man !lived Revere Giant Htitched Belting Ei
: Northamjiton .
Dickens, vUio at once accented !it and how heavy," said the defendant's 1 lawyer silica.
1 I his keeping! would be a drain on the Wheel Co., L'lftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's !: u.somiue .
t "a>kLHl for nmre. llor greatest suc- in presenting his case to the Jury
t'Xthe'1ut'r. A cabinet council was Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges, 1t.
1 j :es was "J'I'il'a's Brat; Prayer "was not assault with Intent to kill, .
railed consider what was to be done.: A leeclve In a liarrel. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, l\Ia.u -

which has IMIU translated into .Arabic because it Is a matter of general and The stated the case. It would A Paris detective recently concealed Made Railroad Colors
I prince
+ ) Cinsak'st., Jai-ant.-1. 15ulnariui.; Czech, Judicial knowledge that nothing shortof
; himself in an empty wine barrel at
of $2.300 to deprive Masonic Pensacola. Fla.
mpjirw an Temple
Russian, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, a triphammer would hare any effect tln traitor of the necessity for night to tint some explanation of the

@, i' would :0O
; food and it require $ a year
vF the EnnnTor Alexander II. dccrtnl strongly I against but four
Boyd, to feed him. The cabinet decided Infavor Bl'r\') As he expect, the thieves
r that ttijiii's of this hook shouldLe members of the Jury voted for his ac- took him off in his laurel: with others

placed In all the schools in Russia, quithd. The Jury hung, and the: prosecuting of the smaller expense, hoping holding their c-oirtents to their
and projier The Star
that.tlve income to the people :
1 "t e a but his sucfsrior revoked l the IIrdl'1"j attorney dismissed the case. the government might be re headquarters a tli'lli'ofd factory and so Laundry, '

: ty Miss Strettou's real name Is I'nllll"lhim to get all the informationhe
jt stored.A

+ i I fmith.'I -- The German_,n.Uc-Iw"11 national(irrin.'inx.I papers, publish, jailer being; expensive the prisoner the wanted four thiees.A and .to nt'eure the arrest of Biggest Busiest Best 1I

I his parole not to leave at ,
was on
hr of
li.lh Mcep.Vht statistics to show the cumber of Germans

ai \ 'n a i>{>!' ..ia slumbers :;
r' ( I that he canilh difficulty; he, : : to'I'.ritish colonies, especially Can lIe readily gave the required: promise! Good Shot.
Jlk'I'I of and A peculiar Incident happened at the
since ho had no means support ti
.'ne'), we are :-ustoiiieJ: to say :lIiI, South Africa ami Australia! According I
hired for hisesiwcial Yarran (Victona) ritle muses. A man
in a "ilecp 1'1.1.1'n altfuipt, to measure to thi liuures given, for which his jail was a lSumlllume I
m I thl'l'hdn was taking aim at 4iO yards and justus They Sptlves
1 occupation :; no I
iS.c depth of rbr'l in this SCUM hasiff to authority quoted tin le arc aboutttTi.tMi I i iI
t 3 \ other prisoners in the principality.Some he fintl several magpies flew in
; r fully I*in made l-y Ill' Santo IlL! CtTinaus in Canailu! mainly in
M the soil front of him about IS HI yartls distant r
makeshifts at fertilizing
p l Fancti in Itouie. with the: slid! of a pe- :::11' eastern frontier districts. There! ; 1 1I

tt canny /i'si:;;Ill d ii ,..triunent which prods are :;.I/M (;I'I'JJaI1in: l'.riti.-h: Oiumliia. were adopted which were partiallysu The bullet struck' one of the magpiesnail for f T i!
Y*, I it sful, blender crops raised, and at brought it to the ground:: and u I \ t' .
the fclecp
; az t, ( with si more or los sharp: lit several Canadian: towns the German
the end of five years a suUicieut sum Mills-ye was registered; t,y the markerfor
1M int. Tl.o doctor has drawn curves element amounts to from a W; to SJ per

i 1 sl ';wine: / the nlative: depth of sletp In {{.:.t of the whole population. Of the of money was saved by the government the shot. A bullseye and "magpie"were I WeletthnS1 i !
hire executioner. But that thus scored' for ow shot.
'- + Jyyii ':ii'leri! Hi HUtijtft.s and in the s.iiiif Mil>- whites: in liritish: South Africa 5 percent to an : and: Cull- we L-iutu-! -; .

J "''i, alter: liiur allowed to sleep sire said to [,.' German: r.gainst::: tlU year the prince desired to go on a tour r I themselves. They will :

I'' .i.'lir.' nt Jeajrtlis: cf time. It '1')1'I I per tent 1'.u'U.h. Australia birch homes and required tOl'ether.'hrn all the menus lie returned he could, he A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY.J t I I than we can. \Xe want t. l lniora b''' .. :

1c 1 tt that LInrritr'! certain! times! ; for Moro than llItj.:JUO Germans, of scrape N. Patterson night policemanof ,
hy the work we Ju t ,
received a petition from the prisoner,
"i.'p when waKii'K! lieconies' easier, whom :oSWKJ; live! in Queensland and Nashua, Ia., write"Liit winterI
who stated that he tired of life y what
and :I |'rai-tiesil application of tin's rp- South .ii u"lrllI.lnralu : was had a bad cold on Ill}' lungs and we say
and desired that the t-utuuce be car-: I
tried at least half dozen advertised
Milt of the cola rin.eiits is su;:;;ested in

tnn t11', adjustment! lot the thus of morning : s ..Aniericnn I'mnL 1'i..dollt I couah medicine: and had treatment

II Hen. was an embarrassment. A cabinet from two physicians without gettingany ALL WORK C. 0. D. Gocds Called for and DelirerelF i
c s
ri--inx to a natural period of thin II1UIO Appioxiniattly' the earnings of the I ;.:
council was called, and it was! determined benefit. A friend recommendedFoley's
In the d.'i>th of rash s'.et: ports sleep.Too fin and, tno-tUrds! million farms of the: and Tar and
'i to attempt to secure: the "M.TV-' Honey two- TELEPHONE J 14. 27 GARDEN ST-
United States tor r."C! live and
was credit. Europe thirds of a bottle cured me. I c''mfidci -
I rC."u"tIIf n!:1'1 "fOr. ont-nftli billion <'. This is far in Il.8t an executionr on it the greatest cough and lung

I ., 04lllidtntl was the lighthouse excess of the total !income of the farmers was searched for one who would medicine in the world." W. A. WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

> realistic? agree to accept' a debenture of the
iii at any other time In their!' history.The D'Aletnberte,121 I'alafox St.
t; Lrette-Oh. had real I principality, but none was found. 'I
4 iiic VPS; thry a |..iodutsf tlie farms for IVR* ] .

'r, ,ut house 8t last uiKiit's nrfonu-- : wild for $4.JOns.7rc;:: The cereals Meanwhile! the prisoner was taken ill ASK HIM IOIt1 TOXINS': 5o. WEEKLY : CIZLl ULI1 I
with a fever, and the government' was
Yonkers Siatsivan.
.ce.- ----- ---
save wrn, cro about equal to the crop'
encouraged by a secret hope that he FOR STEAM D17ISIOPUN94COU.V !.
4r of 1' PThus! year noi.OOU.Wi; ; I1! bushels I
.' irty ..' loriurn.T'I com and several hundred thousand would die. Unfortunately he recov CURES WEAK MEN FREE. ELtCTIiCT1IttII1'.1\1 liARPER

ered. The Physician who pulled him
; be relieved from tort rin,, disa head of steers in excess of three ItAILWAY CO.II'AV.
through: was banished. lucurea Late and a Happy Homo .
:\>,o wore placed on the market.
r! : -" .after forty ,:ear torture might i y.ars One day while the prince was hunting for All Tra'n \nve FBtiaoolt for tbiKayou Lnlh
1 And on> s-liouM: also reuieir.lKT that the Big itavoo Wsrrln jton, S a ry 1"ln il CM1frvW'l
f It l tUe of
c (use gratitude any one. he became separated from his Howaaymnn
may sad Fort Harrancab at
t 11 i i1: it i- what DvWitt's Witch Hazel err'tchtg of farms is continuously: In His h..r>ol'. stuinliliiif) ; :. threw him and afitr years of sufferins ogeesSrarhenmPxt ;11 I'la ,; ff',
t at a rate of from 13.000 to -10- ncss. loi-t vitality, nmtit H;*) rnarrve at Fort 1i rra"ca. ?;15..D .. .
eTi = ? : b'lKo did fir C', Haney, Geneva, (), 000 : of Reviews.W. his royal highness plunged; headlong etc., and enlarget;: -mall weak organs to fuIsill. t.uo a. m.arriVE! at Fort Kurrmioai loa LIJ ('N; ) -
lll1ullIy.-Ill'\'iew: and \lgor. Simplv send name'and 1:0 p.m. arrive m Fort Ki-rranoas 1f 5p n '
Into well A who in your
a man wag fishing; I'
I I. ors : "DsNVitt's Witch Hazel I mlJiviR to Dr. Knapp M ",heal to., !::<, std: 13. m. arrive at tort BirrHncas 4:15: pn i :--'"
A. Herren of Finch, Ark., a stream near by heard his calls for tort K/.rrRU08, I
: Hull liuiiamg. Irtrom.11th.. and tbry 6:15p.ta.arrl'- t. bD a I '
1 + tivf; cured me of pile* :after I had .
t write, "I w ish to report that Foley's help and, going to the well ll'nlll..lon-r mil gladly scud! free receipt IIh full dlrpc- &iw p. m. arrive *ort Burraacai ia5p.r M>
I 'red .' tiotu that IiimM'lt Trains leave ton rrackifor: Pen!. .
I -Il. forty year? Curecuts. Kidney Cure ha* curEd a terrible so anv man may ( !>it.vcurv I
t 7 the wtllhMise and was the at IMIIIIP. This certainly a most BCD- oola at -
l i .; .., ,'II", wounds. kiu di.-eases. !BeW'I cave of kidney and bladder trouble matter. erou4otterandbeflliowingeztrset5tskm'ntrout .; 'r '

a k ,.f counterfeits IlarRis' Thart' that two doctors had: { given up." W. their dally mail show what met think 7:15 a.m arrive at Pensaeo. ... tI.OC... ,1 : v li.
: ; "I am drowning, called a feeblevoice. ... .
of Ib.-Ir l\Jnt'rolIy. linn p m. arrlvo at Pensaeo b 11:42/ p. d '
.. JohnSheppard. Kahn A. D'Alemberte, 1:: 1 S. I'alafox St. _.._. _i. 'flf'\ 1.r.
Sidney .
/j! -y "U ar Klrs-l'll'a accept my sincere :)) p. m. arrive at Ftiuaool 2:4'a i
F, I thanks for yours of rerput date. I liavc 5W p m arrive a: Fensauc! ....... 5:15 pa \J
1 lap llniist of i the .>f\rii Ciililcs.A The man above I let down the bucket glen your treatment thorough test and 7:00 p. m. ftrmt at Pena.:ema ........4.(5 cis'.n t'i t
%u Impurlnnl I'i..!i 1'nmilt. cousin of the late Nathaniel llawthr and tLf'llUti down the rope. Presently thn t-nelit has bern extraordinary. It haycompleteiybraem'd 8:15. p, m. arrive ,t! ,_._ : ._ 9i f,1" :,f
!ifish: family salmonidjo inclndi's: me up. i am just a' .tHorcay.onI1FAilit .. :1. "!' .'J:s. 'IIo
who Ii in falcin, there the prince's tuitlme up and hearing > ...
>rne > es nays vigorous* when a boy and you cannot ;;,.t- P" e
k t l' -,, LiotI, whitefish! and trout. The FOR WEEK DATA
realize how 1 am.
peter was! a House; of the Seven Gables sounds In the well went there to happy

SS ,.'" '. .1 I states .-\'lIlmi.sillll': s reports in that town. lie tills! the Boston: and out whence they emanated."Wind "DearSirs-lourmethodwnrked, Kt' exactly what I needed.Mrength beautifully to Fort Jl8rn' .c.oj and retard MUfecsacoia
to Navy Yard and retnrn,.._ SiPsuaaoola
t !tit; bluif "|M1 ics of this famly the : cried voice and vigor! have comolctely returned that "Hawthorne came down up roper a to Palmetto Beach and reitrn ih8U5D4T Famous at home for
,' !, and enlargement is entirely atis-
c44 inJ! to v bit! me shortly before his death, factory." ICHEDDDE

bf i ..r 'II!! "l her tislics .tiiubinetl. It.. couii' and we rumbled about the old hauntsof The crank was turned, the work rev -l>ear Sirs-Yours was received and I had When weather paeans thE rannlng c Generations past:
d:" : i'l 1'niUmaw. U- timatiil 1 li.v the no 1 rouble in making u'e of the receipt as I
s-e\eral and the coaches.
his early da\s. I was particularto uirmg men, princewas open
1 .. directed and can truthfully say it u a boon Famous now all over
Ya r. lliat inU-el'iutid Statosaivl ask him toi point out, if he could, brought Uil in the arms llfrt to went men. 1 am greatly improved in Leave Fenaaoo'.a. Lv Fort BurAIllt
tt! tiif catih or xilmnuiditf: in 1'ltll. not '' uz ,etr<>n !tb and vigor." 8 a. m. 19 .. ci. the World.For
(; lte:1\"eIl-the prisoner: .
the famous House of the Seven Gables, All corre'pnndence Is trlctly confident 11 a. m. U m.
1 3X4 ii I. 'iidinv th\iMt.iketi l lIy iiujjlers.muitd lM.-cau nt that time the controversy When the prince' who was more tial. mailed in plain, sealed envelope lharevoipt I p. m, I p. m.

; nm' to nearly! $l i0.iKiU and existed ia some degree. frightcneJ;: : than hurt, recognize:: his every man is free to have fir the it. asking; and they wan- I p. m I.ia.p.m.: Han" bDannheisser::

tb;> itch la CIIItd:11I:11'rs to about his honit beat, with Bros.
' tier wa" any: was his preserver a newhope. p m pa

;St7hldAal. making a grand total oft immediate; reply to me. '1 never had Here was good cause for a 8p.m.6p.m... 'p.m
$:'O.!o').WO for America.d p. m.
anyparticuhar house in my mind when pardon FAK FOR8175DAIfeniaoolato -

i 1 wrote the btory. It was Just a fancy "You have saved our royal [f,.." he Ttc; Tonic ort Kirrmoiilari : : Nary DR. KING'S
;; >!< butt It 'Ir I hl.rlIcrl"'smau and rnturnPeaicoola _____ A
of my owe'' said. "Ak any boon and it shall be / Rae Ezce1cnee.!
to Palmetto KeteH! asflI
Charles S. Powler of.ii
granted.'' rt'II1r1I._______ liprrarrorbt TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR 1
s few rsey ttlis a i-tory of a small: hoyvru runlp6Iu 'iiininlu ('''(l"hUI', "I have only to beg that your highness ..t.I ..(1 ."ap !-)enn

I was o\ersuppluHl with preen ap- : The Minnesota real and dairy conimission will free me from an existence THAT COLD. i

pies I has discovered the use of that has Ion been burden."
1 i hn l to one of 'tln tt-: cooked a Every Woman
t f pone set1 my ( pumpkins in making, tomato The countenance of the prince foil,

r cents down in 1'nion county," said the catchup. It has merely enough:: tomatoes and the courtiers! made no t-fTort to 't't. .a, 15 inlereaietl and it uJ'l know'Icrfx Cures ConsumptiouCotighColds -,

coil::rtssruul. "aiul found him trying in it to flavor it, and the body Is 'i atx'UllLewu Bronchiti Afhm'PneumoniaIIayFeve
cone 'al their displeasure. Taking the er ; MAR\L Nhirfrag Spray ,
: i 6b'I, to give some medicine to a joung K<">nwl made of the cheaper fruit of the vine. prime' uiinMir aside, the prince eonfered { vet Thenew e+rbd+,rLp, rr 6 -rl'leu-
,> had eaten too many preen apples, New uses are being continually discovered (A Wra wortiiaT,) /j 'c nun aed dw'om. ISrSt afurea
e with him. The best :a
r :while aChn tiui Selcmee neighbor: was for the pumpkin. Jams of all "it will cost 5i 00 to execute him" Malarial and remedy Jor 'y, Utau.e. l.aa.or. risy, Grippe, IIoar-eD"-

'9' awuriiij; the buy that there was nothing kinds made of and chemically Typhoid 1II 1/ 4Whoopisg
are pumpkins said the ruler. "May we not compromise Fevers ha e..."n.. .npp7: It., /' Sore Throat, Croup a:
at all the matter with him. : flavored. It is cut to shape andpreserved McRt.L.atwptnond ,
with hm for a less amount? Colds '
Influenza ,
+ Ac. other but se lump for Dlnnnit Cough.
'I think I oukt
to know.:
groaned fruits of different kinds ,
as "Try him replied the minister. -l blailpanirulraaii" -&b&it lnrry II 1 '

the lay 'I've got inside information.: I and peach leather is also; chiefly pump- "No." said the prince! after reflection; \.w Ll.aa at.y, uue .< M"irFitioiAln.1R' '... t O..IT .,.h-.... NO CURE. NO PAY.FREE.

Daaasews.. I bin Room 112 c Times Bldg., New York.. Price 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES

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{ The H-Q t iRt,; } Company' te "tf' Light Biscuit 7 Light Pastry Light Calci ..

Light Work Light Cost.-SURE and- -'

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RHEUMATISM The Solona Will Visit Valdosta Fair. Josef Uofmann Is more than a piano ) !,

New Bills Introduced. player. lIe is an expert mechanic and H, A

Atlanta, Nov. 4.-The brief sessionof an Inventor as well iI' ij'i

the house yesterday was devoted: Senator Kearns of Utah carries a rz1QIilTh I"
almost entirely to the introduction ot timepiece of the finest Swiss workmanship ; ;

ACU TE AND CHRONIC Some people have been suffering new bills! and resolutions which were which cost ?iiK>. f j I
from Rheumatism so long that I 1 :
read for the first time and referredto Cornelius Vanderbilt has instructed ,. ,.
they can scarcely remember theMUSCULAR i 1
I the proper committees. agents; to look for a suitable winter ,
time when they .,
wereentirelyfree .
It was decided that the legislature home for his family and himself in !
from an ache or pain, and have Washington. for Infants and Children. : :
should take its postponed trip to Val :
long since forgotten the joys of painless !
ARTICULAR AND existence. They are at the mercy of every dosta for the purpose of visiting the Jonathan Parker who was one of the The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne he !'i na. i I i

ill wind and their misery is aggravated state fair on Thursday, Nov. 6. The palllioarcrs at tbe funeral of Ont-ral ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his! : 1

INFIX MINATORY. by exposure to cold or sudden changes in house yesterday passed a joint resolution William Henry Harrison, is still livingin personal supervision for over 30 jears. Allow no one : I ito
Kockport Ind.
the temperature. They become walkinga.'t'ettfS j by Jlr. MoRee. of Lowndes accepting deceive you in this. Counterfeits Imitations and i
most accurate in weather the invitation to visit Valdosta The late Cardinal Manning: justly a I
predictions the
increasing pains in the "
"Justasood" but endanger
I It are Experiments i : !
l foretelling the that day and declaring the day a dies called a modern muster of language, s ; t
K.. an> joints storm or the coming of bad health of i j
: Children-Experience against Experiment.
-atier It is from these constant sufferers that the great of rheumatic non. The senate, as before will concur was accustomed, it is said to read Miss j 1 l

g\f !I\. mts 61;:>become stiffened Their bodies and bent are worn out by the incessant army pains and and party on Wednesday will leave night the the city legislative for: Austin's for the sake"MansnVld of the English.Park" owe a year The Kind You HaveAlways Bought, i t itf j ;' s,=}

tlitthey: are at last compelled to given Bowling Green, Ky. VajQosta. returning Friday morning. Ernest Drunken, who was recently 1 Bears the Signature of I '

IT h )b "e about on crutches. OenUemn:-About a year ago Z A resolution by Mr. Oandler, of De- appointed inspector of the forests of .'

'y, \ivf-troutli\ed Rheumatism; waa attacked by acute Rheumatism Kalb extending the thanks of tn, the Philippines, has resigned to accept ., ,i,

t;:eL "<_ never loosens its grip or in my shoulders, arms and legs below house to the people of Athens the the management of George Vanderbllfs ,, 1I
accord but the knee. I oould not raise my arm estates in North Carolina. I
l cues ot I'. own must be Daughters of the Confederacy th' II I

4n. a a'' bv intelligent and persisttat for to comb for my hair.two Doctors prescribed state university, the Sate Normal Thomas Scdgwick/ Steele I the Boston ,
me over months without
treatment through the blood, for school and to Representative Thomas 'artibt has four large scrapbooks whichhe 1 1I
giving me any relief. I saw 5.5.5.I.hwaLsnlofet'eryvarietyandfornt .
; advertised and decided to try it. J. Shackelford, of Clarke for their compiled on the civil war from I In Use For Over 30 Years. j 1 1.r
acid condition of newspaper clippings.: Every battle or ,
1 tn an over kindness in
j' aid: Immediately I commenced its use I entertaining the members .... ... .
t:. cis' .. :d the deposit in muscles, felt better, and remarked to my of the general assembly on the ocrsian .\. skirmish is pasted in its correct cbro- hi- U"TAU.. eer..Nt- n .u. + .rn. Nrwo.g efTof' : It 1 ,

islet. ; Gems of corrosive poisons mother that I was glad I had at last of the laying of the corner stoneof nolo;1 eal order.Alilionse i. It

z3 b:; particles, and it is these found some relief. I continued ita the Winnie Davis memorial .n Le Due of the Chicago! ,

. that UN and am entirely well. I will board of trade has just rrwiml the
,"rr. ,. stances produce Athens on Saturday was unanimously
and always feel deeply interested in the decoration of the Most Honorable Or B. i ;
i.fay;,." ; a pains, adopted .
success of S. S. S. since it did
me soc
-t r ,. as the Wood remains der of the Crown of Siam for semoesrendered 3 I
; .ionjj
much good. Yours truly I The following! are some of the new I
to that which ho 'l. .Ic.W." I
,,c and acid state country represented
b. MRS. ALICE bills! and resolutions introduced In the MANUFACTURERS AND> DEALERS IN I
I 'j"" r r. kliL-uniatism permanently 311 Twelfth Street. I house yesterday: at the Paris exposition \\ I' I

'r -* I to* purified and invig- *r '*...wr+?w"+ General: Eugene Griffin has in his = If
Mr. Kent Johnson-To
By of require > r LUMBER LATHS :
era: : n "i'ler remedy does: this !'O11 or so promptly as S. S S. It I, the judges of the superior courts of possession tlio American Hag 1:1.111Ioy I ,, I
: :tores to the thin acid blood its nourishing and Lealth-sus- the sailors! in Lieutenant Gillinore'sparty I '
r I all the judicial: droults( of the state 1 ,
sus-11; And when strong, rich blood again circulating through to hold quarterly sessions of such out of patches and strips of their .ullUJji SUED CIFEESS "s6fiGIRS--! !4i8-Dried Std! I

t:: n prisons and irritating matter are washed out of the muscles! I courts In each county of their resp y> clothing\ after their! rescue from the : : ; ; ,

and joints, and the pains at once cease tive circuits. insurgents iu the wildest part of Lu --: PE tlACOI.A: ', FLA. t : I I.I

and Rheumatism is of the zon. .
a thing
; By Mr. Walker of Monroo-To pro-
post. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable The late John M. Pacnra one of
1 ride for the aymeLt of fees of the
@ medicine and docs not derange the I the wit of p.iMir: life. When he ntiivd "- CAArnWtLWE
\ offuvrs of emit including justices! of
.. stomach like the strong mineral frcin the M-nate. he slxmol no t
the in all counties whel'there
remedies; but builds up the general peace aims; c>f disewuriignncnt; but Mid tu I
.11 health, increases the appetite and are local chajnpanga. sonic friends: 1'atieuce Is all I lu ed. I EXPECT TO SUPPLY A Ml'CH! J.Im TRADE '

./ tones up the digestion. I By Mr. Booth of Walton-To prescribe vine into f.ihhUm about every tea j ; ; I
the of in !
qualifications jurors "
Through our Medical Department years in Illinois.: : !
i the of ( II I
r r( .1 '!e Tondcnt Rheumatic sufferer will receive helpful advicet superior court reorra. George; D. Smith of New York city : i'
I ByIr.. Hawl w of Elbort and Stov- )
f '. .t Lql\'ril'nccandsklll without charge. Write us fully about owns the cri' ,innl manuscript of
all of CTiathocj To for "
I" THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.. I of colonial provide records aai sonnet "The Church" : Hells Toll Keat"1 Thompson Olsen & Goy ; 1" :; }
- -- nncholy Uound, which was :; !oy :

'. to give !l 1 Medical Mocirty, Attention. confederate! rinds of the state of the poet and also lots a line in his I
t : K cj-re-sout
1 1t GNirga.: : : Street Telephone 14 i t
handwriting! saying that It was written Manresa;a ,_ __
. I'd: look through the j I i. There will be a regular meeting oJ :Messrs Knowles 8l.i ,_
H.v McIIenry ---- -
in fifteen minutes.
;he Ponsacola Medical Society at ;
.,-uittble, articles:find at j Ihe;. Board of Health offce it W of Fk\-<1-To regulate the sale It Is nnnotincc'd that M. Mnriuoui ESTABLISHED. 1863. ;1'. .,
-arely can
i .
> ',:- heyou.. If youR I )'clockp.m. Tuesday Nov 11 and 2;). of urison-ma.V g'ions in Georgia.TU who for so many years has been at the ---- -------- .I

i '". i'I' Duniond line I Visiting physicians:: are cordially Mr Rla<'hhurn of Fulton (hy re bead of the Petit Journal of Paris, is
t.o t.
b mi btd(Ire yoa buy..sassaaaa. I nTitod to attpnd.DR .jn.>!?t) 'To amend section 97 of vat about to retire into private life. He ;

.W. C. DEWBERV, limp 1 of the cole of 189:;. relating tc has led a remarkably active care.'r. It -DIALKK8 IU- 0 :. ;
President j'-.stioes of the peace was iu a great measure due to his energy :
o A S '1." 0 :1.:r A. OR. L. DEM. RLOCKEK, By :Mr PieMs! of Dooly-To make it that the Petit Journal attained itscirculation and General Hardware i' I
: "J' l's&; ..r"W +\ ni23ttf Secretary. Ship Chandlery ; !
unlawful for any landlord without goof of over a million copies a j 1.. :

Si'fri 11ft.; ASK HIM FOR A Hl'DGlXS' .'c. raise to dischft-'pe! farm laborer, cropper day sos AND 005 S. PALAFOX 8TUK1TT. .11i ''I i'
for laborer :
I [ or renter or cropper
ORCHARD- -,< -- or renter to anion Ills employment, AND GARDEN. I I

,="=,," :":" ".:..= ""' = -:<:" ;-";, .i.. : ..: ftc GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RU!:" -'EL A BON'B I'UMPH. (il :
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f.r '' -. ""' Dj :Mr Stanford of Harri: ?-To rsta' Make a fruit orchard of jour poultry

.1 i it l dish:! the city (vim of Hamilton, in Harrl yard. Cum Sardsgs falili Oils Siatlcil listrflnuts, fart hrtart, lis'fliCOMPASHE9. i i ;
i "':ntr.n Low headed<< trees are less! liable to
f fI
t 1 E)l i )' Mr.! Kent of Johnson-To crease sun scald. '
f I C. McKenzie Oertint Collecting Agent for Rar: Pilots' Benevolent A9SOciation. !
a hoard! of commissioners( of roads and In grafting discard every scion concerninij 1
I' : ---FOIL-a : I revenues for Johnson! county. : which there is the slightest: I'
(:1 I( )
Py :Mossrp. Shannon and Walker doubt \ t I I

of \fon't-To p-ovide for the 8.ppoin' In pruning the grape it is iiMully THE GARDEN SECTION :

I( TWENTY CENTS. |:(,) : mont of a tvn.r-1 of commissioners! o; safe to cut off half or more of the previous ;: I

..... and revenues for Monroe count season's growth, ns it is only iu o-OF-o
I those that fruit is t I 1
r - ty. cases l.r."lu.1."lll'n :

New Judges Are Named. trees lire transplanted specialcare Pensacola, lor1das : I i

if t ; ... IIJ iuv..tI'Ij ill the DAILY StWI' One Cent a Atlanta, \o\ 4.-(Governor Te-nell should !lit taken to keep the roots : 1 !

III i': '>IU i ;' brlltg" wonderful( re"ultsl Thtre i; uut' I I'A yesterday MM>t thre appointment! into! moist. rjing of the roots is vry injurious !! Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. f : ; :
to of the .
t. ticitallty ,
I the senate Th senate c-oivwl them
I I ; ':12. 1 I ,J"E'diulO: iu the state for realizing a want ;. .
e\fc-utiv ss.ion. hut alluded them sjrowia,; strawberries: the Ix-st results -

'I ._';1 i.,I"..". cnlumu f E I, in to go over uutil t<.lay. when they \\ ifl J JI are cbtjiiiwil from rich soil, but Beautiful Lots for Sale. ',"j' I ;; {i

soil not naturally rich can be made( so l I
[ I probably IH 1onfil'm.-d. The goWN 40x37feet at from $75 to $200 each accord- rl' !
: .1 before planting !by applying) well rotted ,.
::'). HAVE YOU A WANT ? q i; : nor ajMX'intwl three new judge, :u.j '
ma to location and
:, folio-vs.: J. H. Jones, to be judge ot nun- ing surroundings. i'f i ;
-- Wood ashes are a great help for alb) 4
i the city court of Clarksville! for a term ;
ple trees They kill the bugs and Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful new C t '

t of four years fn'si fc.. &, lJ!ii2 ,
A It tIJt-d. N'toriH! Wantrd ,: worms and make the trees healthy and Fertile Lands. :
I : Frank Park to bjudge of the c'(' ITl!\ High, Dry r
8 '. f\V'lIIted.. Opini lWautpd.. the fruit sound. Scatter them under II
court of Worth county for a term oi ------ -

\ C \\' lutl'd partner W'aured.U four years from IKV2S, I'.w2.: / Ca the tree's. The grandest opportunity for investment ever t t : j

\ \\' Iitt'd. Quiltrrs Wauted.It l !hers nixon, to be judge of the" county I cffered in Pensacola. i ,
t of Nwton fora
E I Wante.1. Roo1n Wanted. court county .
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i F ... Wmted. I Servants Wanted.I tern of four years from April' obtrude advice unasked i Home Seekers Should See These Lots ;if { i is ; '

G I. \V.mthl. Teatn\VantPd. 21. 1! )3. Many other appointmentsof Never on any occasionXovtr n!Jliatc. I I .

H 0.': nteJ. Uuionmen 11'auted.I judges and solicitors of county di if avoid ]
I courts and city courts will be mali !, >'l'l.te you can fairly i.A. Cru."b"bs ; H
I r Wantt'd. vehicles 1Valtrd. pi I .. it. l
during the i>r. si t session. !
: Wanted Wives Wanted, t I, .- Never judge: a |II\'rl'l.ln's character! lij I I ''t

'' K r 1Vapted. Xppriellce'alltpd, ". I There is no cough medicine < o pop external ajiixarnnceb.Neer I, Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. : -

(f:) L 1V lI.ted. ynu'ce wanted to han (EI) 1''nlar as Foley's Honey and Tar. It''i affert to U-I witty so ns to I I I l ,. i iI

; MYe&ted.: Ze.l rllou h to place a..!.. contains no opiates or poisons and i wound 1 the fe<.lings of another.Never I r.C. BRENT, WM. II KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKR JR. J. H. RKESX ;
never fiiN to cure. W. A. D'AIein- i others President. Vlco-l'mbldent.: 1'g._hler. Ass't Caliler.! ; ,
show levity wlit-n are I ;
(tJ 1 (E1ij :) berte, 121 1 1'alafox St. !, I I .
IlroCt''HoJl'n.fa.; ., in won.hlp.!] I

-- -- i Never resent u suiiiMtM..l injury till i Jt

(ij':J fJitlLJn 1 !; 111. 11J1Q nnlllllUQ. f\ SPECIAL WEn DR RUES MCNTN BY TH 't EIJ.t'o:): 1 t' |\,: it you know the motives: of the author of [ First National Bank ) .L r ;

:1' 1 1I i Never think noise of another because "- I II
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1=..' -- -.- ..,..,--.-_ .._. .................. _.. ......,_._..t."._._.... ..... (. i, lie differs from jou on religious I OF PENSACOLA. TLA.
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MNJ llAHt (.u. l-L. take the pact of an absent ;
1 10M J.I'N ) __ .. _____u___)__'______.._.. who is cfifurM in so DIPi230'Ori>8. I i { I r

.\ )Inprovea r.11'6' MHM.1 :KAUAM KK1K>K,-.Manufacturer jMTMin far trutu and will i-oinpany allow. WM. H, KNOWLF..t1 W. A. F.LOUNT F. C. BRENT K. 1JVER, J* ,I' i
".'tI 1 ftlllount. Ht lOWni i dealer in llalr l.i-ods, HMk Toilet as propriety

.. ,.. fulalox L.-I Ir M F:.,rookQ.HUtri '.rttelea. Hair Oil.eta.a W. LiovernmentMil' > Never ridicule sacred things, or whatever D. G. BRENT J I! i ;

others may regard as such! however -
amint'I I '.

' '" you n-pa mon-1? ( 'u'r "" 1.0---'V- -EH_ ...... ..!..".>.4. td rrt 'I absurd! they may appear to K'.- ': r km i mnlit t Mi t 1L! ,

'.tin. auiuunt you utirid (Mil' bLUWKKS and: Moral lebUc! t I New Yuk News D U mn, a as ; j :

.. h-t rate \J Special dil(5ns( ordered for cnstomresMiis
.ob iinpro\rtl city real Violfie .iorrpoa'3West Un'gurf, ( I .
:/rraHy houtb 1'Rltt- )' ,on.. Y lIftlnt CYNICISMS. 1
ln-U ICOPYRIGUT. 1 IJ.TWe draw our own Rills of Exchange; on Heat Britain Ir&JaaOermany. *
I .1. t\.IIUWW- l': I -,- 'V"TLH.' t I lien bate to U- called liars but they France, Austria, Italy, Holland Spain, Belgium P.naala, Nor !
your pr'Jp rty pro-
u buy or sell rt-al oa4 \v AXThO-AM kinds o' "erip'.y br all are. < way Hreden. Denmark and other European countries
bottig.A.viurtvi: novlof
u., description, have A really and truly sow] man is always -- '-'---'-

( .. i":ur. '-lairs C. 'Aati-on aUrUdt-d., 11* A>1 KL>-i'ritiiiiizrr ; \\e pay sick. RC' Just nyhniC'-d t>f himself about some '; T'Vessei4 Diebnrsed npoa the ilo- ? Favorable Terns, and tbeliOblixationa I I
it cldeni.draWandoldagehrnrdtctopre"rwal ; as Taken Payable at Port of ')esiiration Ten or Fifteen Dajr .
"tIrt' agents. P"U0&1-1 LOlitmct* AMKK1CAX KKTKUM \- thin;.
, mH''rate To I after Vessel Arrives fiere. i it
n.,1va hington,1) C. 2 io-cm\\ if I ,
. n u* w,. will lend money I II II I How some people !hate to take a Wickseat ----. ----

..I I t IJnul"d. ___ -.- -:!, I \'r1J A.T'!-.II--Foar solicitors No. i'4 w; c apply.t iio\rn-to1.. I And how often it is the casethey Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection ,

1 ...ll<-tI UODIII-. | nikUt Hrt'I'tIIt't\\t't'n" and 1" o'clock. tu the OVER CAS AS OVER that deserve no other with which we have a Prira Apartment for the Ui. s
for.'iioou 1')4/1 ill' i COOK six weeks before: I
About on'e
\ v --11 1.1 ;o-;;; -- -- _. ----- every of Rent rs.
\pn nrrrrntrailylo-I I{ \\* \.:>iTtj-I-n to barn barber trade 1 she is twenty-one: a girl decides that 1 ,
. 1 1.' t.''>l InteiidcncU l j Ilioc1m" 1 > Rest propo-ltiou ner offered.! Moreexpfriciicttlnoiie COAL OR KEROSENE her troubles are too great and that she

II I jeiir. 'looU rrt'.t'ntl'd.agt's month than shop one can never smile acain. r IWEWILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE ;

lilt h.V.l;. hoard mclJdrd. \* rite Jor catalogue to- When a man is kind to his wife she
I II I .1 sac- Kitc'i-n : day. Molr Barber College, New Orleans.La. MUCH KASIEU IN FACT ,, ; 1arD"riLr
Furniture e'I1: forgets that he wasn't kind yesterday Wnle, } S lit.. la.1. .
fount Of leaving city. p 'I' ,1..1 t *' t 1.11* t "
.' *..ary street 4nl. ---- ---- -- provided none of her relatives are .11 IM* .:.." '...,in.* ful i'r IT.n ,,' .1'.TTtI\JiI. ..01
liR\T-- I "I. .. ,
Kli >ALF JU n f ,
t r below around r) remind her of it. 'irl > .. .:... ..fa.h I. .I.' 'II.
!P. ornt fine "
coHo K "
. the >ir> wf .1 l.r V Jji ... i il
'11'L' lu-t Irom tbtInrtory; '0 It BALE OR HKST-A country borne But you ought to think too, of A bride tells) her husband every >ir < 'i'i i IK i
. '' i !tH" organs.: dekU and I ', miles from city, ono mile from carline r > ,. li it.,
: ashes the thin !but newly married Ill) w' d .. .. ,, II
r :it below co i-labrr's adjourning Mr Hairs'! property onHar.u freedom from dust and R man I (U -*) Illila I llll'l 3 .. Ii
do larragonast. tl li I rear, where plenty of rUa are matter Low youthful Lo may be. seems I.I dr.r. 6. xr I ", 01SALYONA j .
For further particulars Apply at immediate: production of heat, the t %u: :u MII -
caunbt. .
i 1 ::r most desirable lot la |i 4ir! \vett r.elmont street. Maim to have: learned the wisdom of discriminating i 4III.JS1 ,.. *,
> Att-Clt
i- hire
1. I H y terms by thaFtsbrr saving of temper of wife, cook or in hIs confiflences.-Atciii-: I t li MTtt r K. ;
\"ncy. :2iH youth r'alatox!
I' I Kor tlcitt- I .. L I :a'I SVl '- : o
- lgalmc ..,_. _..__..- --- housekeepers. son Globe. .10' I r r M U .i ij; -. i r
>)I. .." -c..I. r K. OK \. hall hr rent fir dances etc ,,t' ". .' I' !' -H Ml 111 U !", it I IL
ryttet ( --- -- rf Ur
; h..1 I j' Apply to wtu. bluuier, Thoa. Johnson No delayed breakfast when you .1 \ .; e** ir- -
I 1\ I 1 :N ;ruiu ,, ,. ,
or van Murph 2sulmlturdinplluu > M i--i in
Fl+t \Vnsbt start n'l.l .. --,--- I use gas. Ask n all about it. '. . ( -- ..o'l.. ,., '.. i '
., .
- \ ,1M' ." __ ,__ e ow.... :. I I ","'' ., f IJ. ;

1 ..r "''''H.'ut... HOL'SKat .. bprlngs 10' '. ,' .' r.. '. .. ,, ./ '
I ItOAKPINu i. '
.. \ .h' II "
Kla. Mrs Condon
t -OK l"U ER.U-:; tnrnlsnedoouQaet pro. ?PfiDsacoia Gas Co. t :
pnetrest. All the comforts of come at iWssitaroc box of the
> ca every gcnclrewaxativc SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sis. 'ST. j LO
1 or pclal denlgci very reasonable rate Northern tourists ,, :,.,. iAO.
p: Moreno west UngoryJVdltn will find this an Ideal place to spend a portion 3romo'Quinne, Tablet3 1'1"" ! ol the sea.oa. olm 25 and 27 E.Garden St., Pensle cIa, fie the remedy that: area a cold In on day. ".. .- ..-0r.... ; ...;. .. t'..,., .

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IT'S THE TRUTH All Don't Think Alike.There -

Tell a man it's a food and

he doesn't want to pay for it i BIG FINES are some people who will\ not ride TODAYLocal I LEFTt

Tell hini it's a medicine and i! upon the electric cars-others do. There

I j i are also some people who still: think the I
he says it doesn't look like it. tonight and Thursday j
OF Forecast-Fair THE "
i' f nmc-al! method of using sour milk and soda < OF .'
ON Thursday fresh southwest -
Then tell him it's both a foot'' ; probably cooler ;
I for !leavening!,; bread is the best. They .to west WlIld: I

and a medicine and h_' think! PLEADED GUILTY THIS I! haven't tried "GOOD LUCK" Baking

_I y'0lt'rC playing some game or. MORNINC. Powder. Maximum Temperature..... ..!...Hours.... degrees: I I Sach's ShoeFOR
him. I Minimum .................. ..................... degrees

Yet these are the facts about Judge Beggs was called upon this Richmondirginia.. Temperature Elsewhere :
Max. Mm

Scott's Emulsion: of pure cod- morning to impose heavy finfs and 5ESS2S2S S 2SE ES S Atlanta ...... ....__...._..._ 1" *) LADIES WE WILL CONTINUE
Bismarck.._. ...............- ._. DI> f>
liver oil. It i is the d terms upon a batch of prisoners who Chicago. ........................_-..... JS' TO SELL AT
: cream 1 lr Cincinnati.............__.. -i= 501
each entered a plea of guilty to him SOCIETY EVENTS Galveston_._ .......... ....__ tw J2:
cod-liver oil the richest ald Huron ..... ... .. ......___* 32
I at 10 o'clock. Jacksonville ................_ .... ""1 tit
I Kansas I. 1ty.._. ..... ...............?; *,J
most digestible of foods. The I A special term of the criminal 1 Key West .. .. ....... .._........._ (" ; $1.20
AND Memphis .. .._.. ..... .. ....... r. **
food for weak stomach The I! court was called at that hour to receive PEHSONALUThe Mobile ... .. ..... _.. 72! JS
t : 1 Montgomery ... .... ....... "I 6i
the pleas. New Orleans .. .... ..... ...... "i aNew PAIRJThey
food for thin bodies and thin I SaSaSaSaS York ... ... .. ... *' 1H
.t Mary Lucas, colored said the information savannah ......_ Tip :" a

blood. charging her with selling Misses Griffin's dancing class St. LouiS-- -.t- M went with a rvt.h-sizes now all broken-so if you ... .
will meet tomorrow night at St.
But that's only half thestory. ; liquors without having procured Joseph's hall. I enough to find your size in what's left: they are yi'Uif f t.I t.

license< was correct. Judge Beggs MARITIME. i
f' t. Scott Emulsion is al-c W. F. Graves a prominent saw- I ii
j thereupon sentenced her to pay a i i $1 2O
'i I mill man from Geneva, is at the
a good medicine. It ,ives: new I fine of $500 and costs and to be con- Merchants today. I AKKIVEI:
_11 ,
I iik- and \igrr to the whole system :i i fined in the county jail at hard labor W. ii. Trimmer. postmaster at I Port. to bk HfDMicoln Uloliouro Lumber, Macnno CU Coatzacoalco PAIR.

1 Span sa Marm' )Jlemdersone Arra>o, to
and the for six months Daring her period Moliuo, arrived this morning, 'bring II Unit Transit <;o
especially::: to lung .
: ot good behavior the imprisonment; ing; with him the election returns -- .

w. ,e\: \ \ J.'U: :.kijv : portion cf the sentence I is; to stand: from that precinct.C. I ss F-.ter, I'illorn.l CLEAKKD.Swed : lab!. In ballast I
SU: 'Tl A. 1u,1., I"-- d tri.ct, :-.+ \ilr:". I for New gleans MEYER SHOE CO.
unexecuted: but she was warned H. Stern, a wholesale shoe deal 15r ss Thorabv" W L Witticb ,
.t ('0 for London via .Nurfolk \'a, with 1,- I .
t that if she is again caught violating I er from Montgomery, arrived at the IilIl\JI1l1, ft ba\\ n Umber aloe |1.,.RB !

MEETING OF ;, the revenue laws she will be at once Merchants today. Mr. Stern's son IVel Furnishers for lash Oul)".
rp was formerly engaged; in business in AT Ql-AKASTINE.
taken Into custody and the jail this Nor bk Johanne 72'. Palletm, Tort of
Spain to naacoU Lumber Co: 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
sentence exacted. The big Hue will
I \\'. D. Johnson, the Pittsburg Pa.,

8AFETYJOARD have to stand, and her sentence is to I capitalist; who has greatly interested THE SHIPPING. --

i: commence at the expiration of the himself; in a land deal near Flo- see*.*t+o...o..e. ***o* *...*..*...*...**. **w.t
one she is now serving for carrying rala, Ala., came to Pensacola last w _H .1
FIREMAN SCHKIITZ' AND night for his mail and left for Flo-
concealed weapons. That term is 1reento'Ells: Adams to W S K..y _ rala again early this morning. : Cuattoiiz.L'1bttiiderbon! toJ Gulf Transit -
PERKINS ARE for three months at hard labor. Co )
_____ Captain Frank M.: Dunn and Miss Hwed I.ttjrlf'IIS, Uorndahl, to L & N K U ;: ) ie
of the
i Fred Campbell, white, one
r REMOVED. Laura Helen Marsh will be married Cotier Horta, hot, hems to I'ensacola.,I 0-\1'-0 .t
4 I.lutf Springs men was fined $loa !
; Lumber (JobrJmlra !I. .
tonight at 8 o'clock. Miss Ada Bon-
: L : I I .\1r j. Wilki. to Gulf! Transit Co '
X44 41 ,I 1 and costs; or three mouths in the ifay and Mr. John Walter will be Kr LueanoKd. KniKlit. to Hlianrs \- Co : # BIG STORES
i lr Madga lint, tggert, to Gull TransitCo THE II i
F' 1f4 T'e: board of publuufety helJ a : county jail at hard labor. A friendof married at the same hour, both cere-
It Finln. 1 tPi. Ouano, to Gulf! Transit Co 0i I .
monies to be at the homes of the
'14 re.ulir Sneering at 11 o'clock this Campbell's from Bluff Springs Br Thoruly, M7, Major, toW L \Vittlch.i. .
brides. Both will be seen by a large & Co .
T } mrrung! ; ;!Ir. White presided. iI I It i interceded for the defendant and :i BABES i I. '
number of who have been
ffri : Andrew Kchmitz, iremau: and H. ;I Judge 15-fe'gs affixed the minimum i[i favored with invitations. Lumber It (avite Co L,
T Perkins, policeman, were removed i j penalty as above denoted. I j It Kdenburch. !."!iO I. Marl to order ,, ; t
KIH Guilt, K3;, bvailuistrora; to Kix M ca :
J from the city's employ for a breach Walker McKee, colored, pleaded : BENL IS NOW\ RATIONAL Robinson i
I t I It .7s.Consigiiere! to order : cj:')-BUYS THIS OUTFIT! -dn !

,t '1: ; of the department rule*. guilty to carrying concealed weapons A Am Ilerritt&t'o Lottie Moore, 7i'J\ Khtppard, to Jno ,' ) i
-- !
I .
F, #i, -t, Monthly reprrf from :Marshal ,,! He claimed he had just found I The demented white man named Nor Kr .Kollo lSupt'rh.11M'_7><1.It,.nklus., llhng to, master toorderNor .Ii 1 8 YARDS ALL-WOOL MATERIAL <* ..'" i

C'redille and Fire Chief White( were the pi-tol when ne was arrested. Saint MonoulltiGuddersentoorder ', ) .
1 Kenl, \\how23 incarcerated at the Nor TAbithae'IUBmel.entoord.rrut ..of. ." LARGE SELECTION OF STYLES'REGULAR
D' received and filed. The marshal's': He had it hidden ou his person and I trmiio, >!"!, luclieur, to order i O i :

county jail a few days since for safe- fcCHOONEKS.! | .
4 : k report showed that during the past was lined $100' 'j .
ty sake, is perfectly rational today Am Donna Christina, K<>5, AioUvn. to ,! C
laonth there 1-aJ been 431 arrests. ',: Jonas Knight, colored, for having muster ; .
., '. I Ii' and talks on subjects as sensibly as Am MaryT Jomby, luiT. -. toordtrAm i
T W Dtiuu ';;11. HI'own. to Jno A Merrill ,

i*&! Of these .07 mere citizens and 2.3:; |i a dirk knife concealed, was also I .
I anyone could. I I
fur'lriners; :;; were di-charged and tined ?10O.> ( S
j Benl yesterday afternoon address- YOU SHOULD DRINK PABST NEW : a
eas Yn were found guilty thirteen The above four defendants were
; were 1 I,: .
I !led a letter to a friend and a perusalof
I 1 ', '*'Lit to the criminal court and -..ennee fall|! captured by Deputy Sheriff PUKfc. !j .- SI.
t same shows; him to have greatly --------
+ ? p t" was suspended with 4; de- Vaughn, and for the conviction of It VTamri J.'Jtltrd. |I.. C Ce

f< uciauts. Mary Lucas, the law will allow if 100 improved in a mental way under the I A mother was calling; the attention of j i ..

careful direction of bi .hearted her small sou to the swan, which was \ !
1 Z Flues a.-e-t-(I'durin; the mouth to this officer to be clearly seen in the early after- 'I.0 i'. s

I i' ;1' a-r-rregatea:;: 1:,2-2 [II) and $3): was i Dan Butler, colored, for perjury Sheriff Smith.;-- -- uooJi. 'j : !.

( s V -', collected. Pound ftes collected was sent to the county road for six SENT UP A ''U'hy,"you cati't see tile moon in the (I:1 J'' :
I'' : daytime>, he hibihtod.! i j $ .
.' t, aui<,anted to I tI.) !9Z.;: months. This case was an outgrowth "0h. yes you can. There It is over i .

--- j of an action in the police JUVENILE THIEF I II I the tree,," said ma 1111:1:1. I .. ..

i The little boy looked.up! and finally i I, ; .
: i 1 wherein Butler -
-E FEDERAL COURT court, voluntarily ; I .
r: saw it. hut IIP said: i e .
:gave fale teotimoll)'. I 'Tain't lighted; yet nnvho ."-Little j'i eJ* .

W NEXT WEEK Fred Weekly, white, for petty larceny Rauey Cook, a small negro, was a Chronicle. '! 0)- )I .

w 1 } : wa fined $25 or 60 days. He I defendant this morning in the police 1.l.lnJbe"d.. I i II .. :: ..

tsl ---- P'nd the fine and costs, and securedhi court as a dangerous and suspicious "Hut: I don't boo," urged: the senior : j fait GRADE:. .... . .. .. .. .*! "''" j

{ TH! regular Xovni.ib.r teim of the -) release about I o'clock. I character. He was bound over to partner 'Low you can charge the I ) ONE YAKDHILK OU VELVET. .. ... .. .'," :

m I quad :States court will convene the county authorities and a warrant money you've spent on that iIllPI''U'j .; t :
ninny fellow
young up as ;;
I'i>n=.4e .l3 naxt Tuesday; ( : with a I was made charging; him with ftef-M'S." I I ONE DOZEN FANCY ltt'l'T01a..ii, .

KWASINO IS o i SPOOL HiLK .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ,I"BKUHH :
talc r.-':ivy docket: cm. Utr.i; of murder petty larceny. "Why. that's simple, returned the : ; 1JI1AID: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..... .'-'- i

# i 'r fl'I! peonage, civil aiui trivial! of- Cook is a little thief and this is the young; lawjcr. "lie Las a rich uncle < )I WALE HONK: .... .. ... .. .... .. .... .
that Is sick and UNTU'S groin: to be a .J S

"* IViThe! grand jury will be <-r- ON THE BAR second time he was up for a small lovely content over his will."-Chicane i O FI'LL.VALCF.-. ... .. .. .. .... .. .... .. *i iS.iinc 5.' 1

'. } the first day anti expect-i tot ..theft. This time he stole a silver I, livening Post : in 2.V )l.ilcri.iNidi flinty JraN! (o 25 ;
: i .= y) yet !own to hard work right away.Judi I watch from a negro named Charles i i I.O"' '!'. I : ;t )liar"li lor.CT .. .. . .... .... .. .. .. .. ... .... . $3. ;

q; :;% f, ; Charles t Swayne, wli: > has OPPOSITION PILOTS CATCH AND Gary, but when found out tried to >*T-Jl1sl'hool No. 41. in SIM Clu1throoma -' I ) r\f\\ Buys 3 yard Fancy: Wlli i-t Flannel. Lining: *

'lx f rO hren-tnln, Ml\er. with iMa *PZ-.UU Buttons ilk' S yatils Applique Lace, CT 3"; ii
b, !big he found it in the woods. names :
rL y rn: itiinnierin at in Delaware BRING IN TWO VESSELS say {,rleand a gold K and monogram presented I 2 Regular Value. .. .. . . .. . $L.JJSample : .
,. .
bv I 1' If returned tothe n-acher
I is due to arrive! tonight. On a previous occasion: he was I
L4 I 1 -- -- -: I :I reward will. : be given to the child who returns : of these Materials will be Forwarded on AP.|> !li i' <: :
THE FIRST DAY. it not i
1 sent up for 30 days: for stealing a
ty AKI YOU .nml1lOn.? '
i This Sale Good Until Nov. 8th. !
{ f blanket from He ".'u 11 h'cI. :
a August.
_ _ _
( \1"1' Makrt Soiiir 1V.IW I
< : .
111'1"14" : -
11 i ; | -- -- ---- -----
had for it. but could A\rANTKl'-A good man to KO to South -- -
no earthly use
This morning the Spanish; steamship ... . ........
r # ,' inherit oar to'lIlpt>rent ii Africa to run a saw bfncb and who Is e e e e e se..01..0..0..e..
z not resist the temptation to steal.A able to look after a moulder and to take --
Some: children are happy and l bi ri i,;ht, I Maria, Capt. Membersone, aud earPofbis knives and hRApply t.)C.W.'
1 'II
whil otherire nervouand cro=. j j the Portguese bark Rio }))uro, Capt. I II I liagrrmaoThlesen Building. natf
I lluinerauilfrnthrr 1'ngiLrt THOS. \VATSON & CO.
,. ; Care should be taken that the child j ,
rl i entered this and I
: werbrought
Magauo, port Fur this you need a quite t?v. ,i' +it'a rre, i* given proper food: and drink so as the bar by mem- glass Ixittlo.' Take one dram each of I i --.r--w'. I
safely over j N KITH EI thPcaPtaln.'nenI
not t(> increa-e natural nervuu utc* I LEADING REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND IIISUBAHCE AGENTS
{'.iiLphor gum. ?;ilti>t-ter and ammouia i ; nor conkgn| of the Bra-i ,
S tt- nr to bring it on ; bus tlm n i often i 1 tfers; of the new pilots' association; sm l.b U Macda will tit responsible -
It x4 overlooked: by mother who permit I I Kilts and dissolve! them iu tuirtw 1 lor debts: contracted I I'KVSACOIiA, HXI.II\, .
their children to drink coif.'e with :, thee being! the first vessels\ handled >n drams of pure alcohol! Shake tilltlissuln..t ., by the crow of said vrssr l. |
FAULKGbEKT. Southwest Gorier Palafox and Ga*den Streets.A .
': oat check ;, by the new association. Then lour in bottle and Gulf Transit Co., Captain. oC
t The wife of a :;rot'flfymaulivng'! iu !' cork tightly. onstgnee.: inn | FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS, v< ,'* *

I Siloum.: Mo., says"; : "I wa burn witha I The vessels are large one, and as Han; the bottle t>f mixture against -- NKITIIKU:- till---captain---- -o-,-,'n- !;L* .< '" .< .et J STORES AND OFFICES: FOR 1 hI! "I J

+ nervous temperament, and thiwa. pilotage fees are computed by a ves-: a will facing; north and it will prove a 'WI ers nor Consigners of the
t.ti increased I Nor bark will be I
; by iny parent? givingii : superb

; me .:. .tIee when a child, unconscious; !i sel's tonnage: quite a sum was made I. IWrft'tt"I'atlll'r\ the liquid|prophcL1'ben is clear it promise : by thecrew responsible of said for,.....debts.1. contracted 'j, Two large dwelling, 2-story on North I Two itcres connected by l far ,
"I! of its bid etlcct on i Bajlen Itr..t't.'I b all modern con'enl..n1I'1Ib and kitchen BhCl' vjovernnient '
nervous 4 -
my system the first work. u. :d ELLI G. !, rooms >
on day's .
; fair vtenthor. When it is i I water and in residence of I
muddy or Toorder. ga portion .
I Ix In tine. a cup of coffee in the I l Ptan.! II iu ( street, near Tarra I
} moriiini invariably soured on my The two vessels; arrived off the bar cloudy it is a sign; of rain. !i-- .',nOIt per rent a. whole, or beparat-ly at :

!'toll1'llh.! and a :itvle cup at night; When little v bite Cakes settle in the iI I i ii Large and comfortable dwelling, !-tory, rental.
yesterday: but a heavy sea was; with gas and water throughout large lot
woulJ make me nervous and wakeful bottom, it means that the weather Is Fine Steel Die with outhouses, located on the corner of
t'4? and often cause a di-tre=gym; rolling and it was unsafe for them to growing colder, and the thicker the Uel i La Kua street and bin Ave.. t*> per mouth. The McGinn Building, eon ',rment .
t heart.burn. {"ear; I laid in bed i j A desirable containing and Tarragona gtreet (>" >
try an entrance. >osit the colder it becomes. ohe- broth dwelling for boarding bouse. Apply for jJlt.
ail i all with T rooms and gas an.1 water
summer nervous prostration
I Tine, starry flakes foretell a storm
Stamped Stationery -: throughout south within <> >
frontage a y
The weather the : .
heavy prevented .
from cotfee driuk- ,
a campietewreck
lbr h argestorwmnm corner Bav
s y and large flakes are signs of snow reach of tilt and North Hill car haes. Will
}} t ir.ic. I craved a good, 1I0nri;hiu team: pilot boat Florida from venturing I When the liquid seems full of little Lease for IJ-O: per annum. teudeucla Street, .:.. per IlI0t>lh.

# t Lot drink and commenced to Use threadlike forms that rise to Is admired by every one aDdis Two-itory d weill n 11'. contnlninn H room: I A few offlse. on Halafox itre- ., ..
I gradually
_: j a l'o-tum Food Cotf.e. outside but the beautiful near Belt Lin, No 2111 S. Barcelona street. "Thin nuIl1/Di(." and a larif .
t1. r T..ere wa a gradual improvement the top it means wind and sudden all the rage, but has hereto >\'ill lease for li J per aunam. Bale-room suitable for meeting p-
i Kwasind, used; by the new association I I _
in my health almost from the commencement storms. fore been so expensive as to .
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k- of aging }'.l;tUll. I | glided over the billows and on

r could deep well, the heart-burn and the gulf. fihe lay by untilthe weatb- Waist and Da*(. place it beyond the reach of j! Examine the corks on I Genuine Schlitz beer ha

lI..TVuu"uez disappeared i my stomach I A woman physician has taken the those with a limited purse. bottle of Schlitz and\ the name branded on the
trouble stopped and now (:a year i er calmed when a man was placed trouble to measure four women to decide every
We are now able to offer the that branded' cork- )r..n't sw'1'
I later- have gone from the wicx' -bed '!'on each vessel and they came into the question as to the proportionate see they are accept

iI ;, into the store" behind the cou nter day difference between the bust and the finest; and most stylish paper, I II "Schlitz." II tutes.
I after day; from a helpless to a stirring port without incident.
waist In tber4was I
two Instances
I | a with own crest and
business with your monogram -
; woman new life It is stated that the schooner ifference of I I will repair your watches and I holt 'it
'-J. I and j : eight Inches, In the third :You can get your
{ strength, new hopes and ambition
at prices that it
place in first-class
1 style. J. j
; from the pale, weak 102-poutsd i, Moses H. Grinnel will arrive here nine and in the fourth ten. Afterwardthe jewelry furnished complete at Mar-
woman: to my present weight of 120 measurement of a woman was within the reach of all. Drop j jia
and be used the old association figments -
i shortly by stonlcf] fUinfc'soneasy
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it a pleasure to us to show you
recommend to our customers; we .- barely six inches. you. j jGoes
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