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 6, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Returns From The Late State I:I ONE WEEI{ COIMEnCING! Nmt. 17thv Criminal Neglect Causes Shocking %

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I ticket will!! go through. The legislature :Special to The Daily News. ('v, :;; ar .'C
!.:. ctions were is Republican. I ,. : .: 1 _, I Ntw YOlk, No?. 5.-With a list oi SU.MW lhl for immeliate: duty.! Sixteen \ J. t i i 4

In California the returns indicate ; oi the best known surgeons in !, I -
: ;iy-twe state, k C persons KilleJ and 74 injured D*' '
:.1 this morning that the governorship is in dou t. &.. tore him, Coroner Sclioler has inaugurated the city and 150 extra nurses hurried: I

,tj that! the co'}- The latest reports from Montana: to the institution to perform operation :. i
an investigation of the
lies with give the state to the H.. uhIi'ans. :......:..( ex'i4sioa Many amputations were founi r t tnett'sary.
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of fireworks I
i Madison
official Indications in Kansas are that the ., .. I Square ,
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TlepuMicai state ticket has I been .... .' "v' I,- last evening night men already have the wert'" 1 8
." \\orking major ('Ie.t.! .< : 1"V At the hospitals injured 1 1 i
in th' with eight; congressmen. The legs.'; ; been locked up charged with criminal reported as being in a fairway toward 1 !
.11 party
;itis no douir. lature will De safely n puhlican. ).\. :. } neglect, and the coroner has issued a recovery with the exception of Jlortl- I I

:.t for all parry: Returns from Nevada point to a warrant for the arrest of John Di- mer Cutler" who became unconscious I ; i I!

fkiisionictory in the state. mcndio of Coney island, who is aluxed !- after the amputation of one of his I ;y 1 I :

landllolnt, the Heavy Republican gains are: concel- ; to have been in charge of the legs and is not expected to recover, I :::1 "

Branch of con ed throughout the state of Colorado. 14. -.y "-.A 9: fireworks:: and Frank Leister, one of the men engaged .',.f"I' I

Returns from Iowa go to show that .'It in setting oJ the fireworks. : I i ,
; of IS a case of absolute criminal
the Republicans have elected their rlixt Letter's right leg was blown off, hf,
.' .:.-latures which ne said the coroner, "one of the
state ticket by 73.000:: ) majority. chest was badly mangled and lift
Mates senators, mortar was: set off. and it was poin'-

,. flections has The result in Delaware seems to 1)9 eu at a roof other mortars la a line.Th"rf death Is probaKe.
In doubt, and a deadlock is a poss:::il- I
the Pepublicani was a defect in the bottom oi '
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'. i r hurt,e. In those ... the mortar and it leaned toward the FLORENCEWAREHOUSES
'. 1:11emU thcrq Ohio is claimed by the Reanh1: ;cans t i ,J,," t;.lSJli I1,1.JY.h X. = > c. a:,["' ,. ; '< others, which were set off bj the I
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!i the! party tn 4ti3
18 of the "1 )' BURN -
possibly congressmen ti"-\ \ I
:,a.',1 1 in that posi- In Minnesota ot "P ,,.t,.:.; '. ....l... ; -. ."" -' District Attorney Jerome, who w.,, ,
a plurality .s.
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is claimed for \ansant (Rep) to .-. -, | ... I I
I ICHA8. cot far from the of the
t !Late fom th ) scene explo- I

governor. bon! hurried the and afteran _i
,' to scene, Special to The Daily News !
Ten Republican! congressman an:i G. KILPATRICK AND THREE OTHERS IN THEIR %
Investigation the
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I Democrat with the re-eIr',tion Coliir.Lia. t> 5 At a lata I :
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the men in charge of the fireworks.
-''' IIi New Governor Lafollttte, was indicated!! \. hour :.M.uuia.: ii.>,!H I jounce was Visited I i

''Ie la The Hide Down a Flight of One Hundred He had the prisoners taken to police bj of tie moat disastrous ,
[ late returns from Wisconsin. Daring 8tq* On a Bicycle by one "

i 'i1Ught; I returns from Nebraska show the KILPATRICK unexploded tires In its history. The: Dixie today j'I I 1

.dinof ; co warehouse, the Pee Doe warehouso, ; i f
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to be close for
', ernor. gov SLIDE FOR LIFE, of the police department aisiordered !! the American Tobacco company's pack ',_ f I t: ;

the of the
Y'0 t .blc ctadau A small plurality for Moir'son (nt p.) MRS. PliA"i 'S Diva from Top oi a fiC-foot Ladder Jt-to a Tub of Water. in charge of tl bo-ubs, !but he has man not :. Lou all and the .iur.n! planing mill were sunder !
; ; dc&ro)d. The Pre originated I
,. far gpvernor is indicated at an earlyhour Flash; lUckward Fall in the Tub lol Feet above the Ground. jet been found.
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: In Idaho. the pack house of the AmericanTobacco !
If iu man In charge of the! bombs but h<5 company The total loss will I j J I
The Following are the Names of the Different Shows Under has not yet been found. i f
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,t hour VOTE IN OHIO. ?
:. ,,: ", \\Ia. namite bombs should not be allowedin able. The warehouses were valued 1 5 t

II 1'1 i 1 II"rahIt Chairman Carber Makes S2nsationr.lStatement. 1 such a public place. I have no at i.SOO each and the pack house at t f
Underline: Red Dome. Hagenbeck's Trained Wild f j
,'. ,, doubt that a Permit had been issued '
: !! ;" !!h'"t'rf' $2:,IJtO: The warehouses contained: a I
i Columbus! 0., Nov. :5.-With mor' for the exhibition! but invest ;s I
: 'h'!t !n taurt. : : Statue Turning to Life. Animal Shaw. a rigid quantity of tobacco. A great deal I i
., : Implete returns the Republicans to- .ation will be made. Steps will betaken I t I
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.. '.. ,. ay say their plurality! ou the stai' Backman Glass Blowers. use-Up-Side-Down. to prevent anything like this house which was being used as I!

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.!* '' ,f' '"t.i Jr! i "fd t! the List cf Dead.A company, sustained the heaviest loss, I i
publicans to 4 Democrats, as In the German Village. Streets of India. I
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It said that
oddst nothing bring saved. is I !
revised list of tle dead follows:
t: .. '. ", i tr o;.' at congress. Electric! Theatre. Stadium. there was $23lXH: > worth of tobacco '
The plurality of A. II JJd Uen over Patrolman Dennis: Shea, of the I
vis Defeat in it. y i
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Johnson. Norton was lets than 4on. but the rr- Dog and Pony Show. The Maze. Brooklyn bridge squad. :
The buildings will be rebuilt at j
'-a Johuson. cf suit was not close in other district. i\Yiiam: G. Penney 12 sears oil,
IW! Dfiuocratmet Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. onto. {
The statement of Henry C. Garbr-- !
nephew of Major \V. II. Duck, of this i
: a \Vateri.itp chairman of the Democratic state committee Dancing Girls. I Venetian Gondola. I I

for secre- and concreasraaa-elKt. charging city.Harold Koblee. 12 years old, son of SIX MORE J' I''; i

iids been de'Ilroximath John R. JI Lean and his follower
Milton Roblce I I f
proprietor of the Dar i!

'"!'nibon 1; and his;; Cincinnati! I. Dne-Half Fare on All Railroads thoidi l hotel COLLIERIES RESUME : ; I" j ;

Nathaniel Bingley, 12 years old. i
make a ma- sensational l agitation" as Garber follows DURING CARNIVAL VtTEEK.GHILDREN'S i I i
Arber 21 old.
Joseph years d r
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up charges today by saylu t
unidentified white mea and 11 IJ
> have failed. that Major Tom Johnson and n'sriends TfliSDXY AFTKiOONOV.. IS k,1 J 1
DAY I nepro men. Special to The Dally News.
.i> be attributes had the ani/aon! of thy Ail Children will Admitted Free \ '
The scenes at the hospital and at 5.-Sii '
Scranton, Pa.OV mora(
inside the Democratic patty everywhere in th! f ;
the morgue following the terrible collieries district f .
tate in have resumed in this ) t i
oxcept Cincinnati, and tint: I
.'.t held their hey would seek to Fetiire the control', 'L' i i wl'i! Ma.lKn; ( was defeated i' crush after the explosion! in Madison after repairs, the completion of which : : ;, !I

.v ,,j ", rn states, oi the Han-iltoa county corumittce this bjia.iin; Em: !uh, PORTO RIGAN ELECTIONSpecial Square were bejond description It prevented them from starting when I
Is estimated that 50.000 j rsons were the gcnrael resumption took place. ,1 j
ear. It has !wen ,
recognized that I
Districts in the square at the time Probably: Only five collieries! in this region aro ; I
':'.M i tic oan-5-! Johnson! has been oppos il to McLean Two I: Doubt. I 0; 1 j

l I' :'i given; a for Democratic{' CHIK-US nominationfor I'ltttburg.: Nov. 5.-I.atl"f returns to The Daily :\ews.S..1.n 201 00 of these were massed aroun 1 still \idle. Four of these will resume f r .!''I '1 ; =

the point where the explosion occurred, during the week. Tho fifth has been i
'l.d; ha\e plated the twenty-ninth t t
:1 vote will!! Unitc-d:: States senator next and .
year P. R. Xo5: There '
and while they were scrambling to .
thil"l abandoned The close
tietli: congressional districts! in output is now 1
rv tt determine and then for the Democratic nomination .
no biitoub di"otdtrs anywhere in Porto reach places of safety! knocking one
to the and about 95:: tent i!
the'! iraLara (Hep) in the normal per r
: legislatnre.Iulortunity the following .
r3.r.Tho t\\'ent.ninth'l Rico yesu :Jay TIe election, another down and falling over pak;: .
I of the the collieries in '
] of dfclarations of Garber anJ Lurch (! ('JI.) in the man at opera.tion t ;
today areaccepted
which resulted a sweeping Republican \
in benches 80,000 were cheering are Lack at work. Pea coal ia I t .
are claiming their election Shiras t "I
as meaning that! the friendsof over victory passed off quietly. Tim from the opposite side; of the par'c.where I
., and Brown (fusionists It selling! here for $3 a ton, and the larger II !
I' arhusetts. Jchnson will
ii- contend for may require -

supremacy fact that Governor
: due the
was largely to thty were viewing the election domestic: sizes i
, ('.'load Caste in the complete returns to decide. for $3.75.Five : .
!:. the organization at least until them t !
I Hunt sent two special representatives returns which were thrown upon ancreen !
coal cold lot
".' but after the Democratic Judges Elected. years ago pea I 1 I
I'i covering the island before the new sky.s\ <'ra.i-r
) $l.S9 and the largo size! for (2.SO.'
the state. convention.BAY. Lcuisuile Ky., Nov. Practically r i i
Pg I I with plenary: powers to adjust differences known as the "flat/ iron building." Tn.' i ;
l"mocratir complete returns from the state show
can STATE ELECTION. i ; summarily. Frederlco de Gotan persons In this portion of the par L111FahOFF'Elt '
>'' Rhode Island! i is the election of T. J. Nunn \V. ii A ;
was re-elected resident minister il apparently were elated over the returns j
.., Settle Thomas H. Paynter and The will ''f. ,
; undersigned give free
HenryS. : a f :
Largest Vote Cast For Governor Washington; by a large majority.The and supposed the xplo!!icnii
"n, lal figures ar' Barker, all Democrats as judges sample of Chamberlain's ritomach j
Totalling 390000. federals receive seven delegatesin : which rent the air! werp a part of tn > I t
I i m-u.cation hIt of the court of appeals. and Liver Tablets to anyone want- t .
Boston, Nov. the legislature and the Republican and were totally una Wit' ? t
Massachusetts programme reliable for disorders
has :yes lag,; a remedy ; ;
: teen elee-: I'
- tC'rdaeE'cted: the Republican state Result I Illinois. 23. In most of the rural districts of the tragedy being enacted so near of the stomach, biliousness or con- ".. it /!
rtand that th ticket, a congressional delegation often and cities: Gja>ama, Cuayay San Lo- at hand until a detachment of polio stipation. This ia a new remedy !i' i ; rand

all! elect 1 a siif- Republicans and four Democrats, Chicago, Nov Dispatches:: to The I renzo.ibenito and, other federals, forced their'! way through to make room a good one. AH druggists; and "r.1 j !
,. Associated Press up to 11 o'clock : .
Senator Ma- this
:' medicine dealers. ;
a state senate of 31 republicans and 9 : through intimidation abstained entire for the passage of the men bearing tae ;' !
:; publican. The morning show that the Republicans : '
; Democrats and a house of representatives ly from voting and lost five delegate mangled remains of their comrade. I 1 t

u<'ut elected! i of 155 Republicans! and 82 Democrats have elected 197 congressman and thi to the legislature: Fraud was chars Patrolman Shea: Instantly a ternb'!* Try Force at Solomon's. 1 ='J 11
Democrats ISO. with nine districts '.
"i plurality l'st:- and three Socialists.The to ed everywhere, and the government calm swept) over the crowd and all '
i i.. th- be heard from.
tOwith : total vote was the largest ever has promised precautions. Interest la the returns immediatelydied L'c'
i1'y Republican
thrown for governor reaching approx Griggs Still Confident. out. !! if c

> '"'tion was only imately 3 IOOO, against 3S6.100 for Washington XO5Ghairm11 Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. Procession of Death Wagons.As .

'1..,. Republicans Governor governor two Rates years in being ago. chosen Lieutenant Griggs this morning still claims the The little daughter of Mr. J. N. the long line of patrol wagons, FOR NOVEMBER ::1 I,:

-members.. gorernor : election of a Democratic house by 12 inverted rake
Powell jumped on
ambulances and other vehicles
led Colonel Gaston. the Democratic carry i
,.i i was confined to'i majority. He claims the election of I made of ten nails: and thrust t. ; 0
candidate, by a penny In,; dead and injured filed through .
., turns i indicate; plurality of :37. two Democrats In Rhode Island. I one nail entirely through her foot Choicest Brides and Bridesmaid
,' have 474. but Colonel Gaston made a gainof second half through. Twenty-fifth street for Bellevue hospital I Roses, $125 dozen y 9
elected nine and a one way )
i.ttful; The Dem. 40 per cent in the party vote as Pennsylvania's Delegation. I Chamberlain's Pain Balm was. tire thousands lined the walk Choicest Carnations, 70 cents i j i

compared with that given Josian and five minutes dozen. ;
!promptly applied
'r N'->rth Carolina is Philadelphia. Xov 5.-Incomplete returns and gazed awe-stricken at the con Other flowers in proportion. :
Quincy last year and cut later the pain had disappeared; and
';11'' an average indicate that the Pennsylvania I i These flowers i l
'it CS.rtftO, with :1 I experienced. yeyances. Five hundred persona are the freshest on f
Republican more
plurality about no
.. r- ,'legation in con The Socialist vote one half. delegation in the next congress will In three days the child was wearing gathered outside of the morgue, and the market being but eight hours 'r (i r -

. latio legislature. cannot be overlooked ftand Republicans 29, Democrats 3. her shoe as usual and with abso- I on the road from Montgomery, the i ,
as John Chase for other hundreds came and went during wholesale \
'II' a Democratic governor, I lutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is nearest point to Pensa- f! ; j

"nor and the received about :34.000, a gain of more Bottle of's Vanilla Extract is a well known merchant of Forkland the night seeking, among the unidentified cola !t' i t:
than :300 cent last One relatives! and friends Yon are as near to the Pensacola I
.:,7 "Of.. The per over year ani Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and dead,
leg than three of the doubtful Greenhouse the '
better aa nearest
'\, !IO'ratlc.E. jumping the part from 3 per cent to heals such injuries without maturation whom they had lost during the terrible telephone % .

ss Elected 8 per cent. kind. Though costing: a few cents and in one-third the time required crush following the explosion. and Ring everything 329.delivered at once. !': i! 1

bottle its purity and great the usual treatment. For 'phone
more per Thousands of gathered at the .
persons Pensacola
Republicans Cook Greenhouse 323 West
elect. County, Illinois, Returns. economical sale by all druggists; and medicine ;t
make it the most -
and the entire state Chicago, Nov. Practically complete strength dealers. hospital gates, among them many wo Gregory street. ,; ;
around Bellevue :iMo2w! Miss VIOLETTE MORENO. .
'rrinr 11 of the 12 rtturns from Cook county give men. The scenes i

the Republicans the entire county Fresh Buttermilk, 5o. a Hot Chocolate with was the most exciting in the historyof ASK HIM FOR A HUDGINS 5c. s '] : -

here! was no chang ticket with the exception erf sherff Whipped Cream, at Solo.mon's. the Institution. i' i +
glass, at Solomon's.The Nearly the entire force was at work
uation. and four county commissioners. Haley OYSTERS AT NIC

went strongly Repul1 the Republican candidate for sher finest line of sterling silver over the Injured* Sixty-fire emergency APOSTLE'S3 .

iff, was defeated by Garrett (Dem.) by foods and silver novelties is to be We will launder your spreads for surgeons and physicians, 49 visiting J t

_". '*.and the Democrats have over 7.500 plurality. In the congressional found( at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to 15 cents each and make them look surgeons and physicians and 200male Fine oysters today.5ic' Try'bem.APOSTLE. !; .
'w' I b ,; Garrn_ .f9Uqo f :r44y..lllti districts. Lfypft,Snd. Boytl please all. like_. uir. Star Laundry. ai$female! E.t1i:3.: .. t&ej&sr with +

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other bad. of the weak i-.v t
= \ I
r SOUGHT'DIAT.". -. .-..,...THER. Ii i BIRDS OF PASSAGE. increases rapid:!! ,
tl FISH VOTE POLLED BRUSH AND FEN. Heir Hrf'f'her.. greatest amour
1 On the subject of hair receivers nothing gets out of U-t. -i L..
# Minister and Young Lady Found Lifeless I 'i'J.'t'.1 HOTt'r:1.h... Hate Ao Settled -
.. J. Talmerston Gil-Martin the Irish is better adapted to the eye ; the fight; tll.-!:: +
PL tee o( A! < o. ?t In Church Vestibule. !I IN STATE OF GEORGIA\ society iminter. Is to be remarried to than a tiny vase of the charming iridescent I ate until it ln-t -
c c5 ; di Omaha Ne1, Nov. 3;-Usv. \\ !liar.1 i \ bird of passage is a bird generally: light, fonie Mrn l'i|i
Lu divorced wife.Taxith glass which 1tIS such rich metallic
C. Rax! pastor of the German Ba;>-1 I in a ilock on the war II' 'lh or sodth. I occurred to t-! -
list church at Twenty-six and Seward.i' -- This pureiKP :'1''t'rs. most of theprim larkinjjton: author uf "TLe glints and w !hicb jives character to any permanent bliudi '

etntts and Miss Augusta Rush, a All Democratic Candidates : ai'd i-uiiiiiirr.:: There is hardly Cleatleiiian from Indiah.i" and "Mori- situation it may m'l'UPY.n advantageof ; I are with a large: .u
f : t u vetch from March to Nm ember when bU-ir Itoxuiiure," is sown to marry the race OUT articles "uinde oupurpOM' Loth '.ye>'-it may '
in that
living neighborhood
lady -
+ 1l young, were found dead early today; ink I Are Successful. l C.x'ks of birds are not moving from station Louise riitihir, an Indianapolis girl i 1.< tw! nl)!=etu-e of any I>Ug I'S-1 well as mixed u '

to station. Robins RO south from The late Jean Paul I'ljudrin, the tion to pruc. 1 dot its true us('. can read for somr
a vestibule in the rear of the church the book clo-<
xdd northern parts as early as Aug. 1-that landscape painter has been a constant very
auditorium. ONLY CHANGE IS IN TENTH. PHYSICIANS fRESCRIBE IT. lug to patll'of thapparent -
=fir Li The two bodies were locked In embrace I K they tart from their nesting, exhibitor at the salon since is::O, a ( shortir' .
I grounds, but they move very deliberately recordbich Las few equals. lie wayninetyone Many broad minded physiciansprescribe consider t
R and tne gas jets were turned on, Nominees Had No Opposition Except Foley's Honey and Tar
r a*
t across: the t-ou'itry. Orioles close at Lis death. sighted, and btliex- <
t but not burning. The Rev. Rabo WAS I
have found
xr they never fo safe and
e John W. Maddox, In the Ssvenfi: LouseUeqiin In and .., ,
early as
4 up August, "The t'litilled rield" is the title of I prove they grow
Via, 65 years of age and a prominent min reliable a remedy for throat and J .
ister. Who Was Opposed by S. J. Mc. they I-pt.wl a month in flitting about the "novel vt thirteen episodes" which lung; troubles a* this great nH'dlcine.1| quently ends. in pir iljary \ .

; the country in a h.iniy po lucky way. Mr. Gir;;e Moore Is writing.; Irelandis W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox muscle with t"-: .:
Knight, Populist just sufficient vi-inii ;
+F" rl New Peruvian Cabinet Interesting as birds are during their the M'enc of the book a portion of I. Kt. with. Had pect.u'l ;,
brief nesting;: seasons, they are more which is to tie llut.lisht..111l! Irish. -- ----
r Traffic Officials Meet. Atlanta Xov 5.-Reports receivedlast ly adapted in tinit..
i Nov. 3. A Interesting during; their travels. Their Paul I'.louet (Mat O'l tl1J Las Just NOTICK.I of refraction r .
Memphis, Tenn., meetingof night from the various Georgia errors : > .-
the freight traffic officials was h..-i'l congressional districts Indicate that I l'ojolll'D anywhere is very brief. The celebrated his Lfty-fourth birthday. have been authorized to take enjoyed good .;i.t: ) itime.

't here today for the purpose of discussing all the Democratic nominees were nearest to complete domestication is Tills year is the thirtieth anniversaryof subscriptions! for Wm. Jennings .
f ;.g found in the case <.f the catbird! his Kryan's paper "The Commoner. Goldstein'-- -v- :
rates from St. Louis to the south OIIIK to Lndand: as tin- corre- '
., .l overwhelmingly tlected.: There was When tn'a 11'.1 I well he comes north ondent of cerlaiii French The prico is fl.OO per year in ad suit in perfect fit. <'nw i
; t east. The meeting: was behind closed no oppoiitiuu to any of the nominee; about the l.--t of May I and does notI'ate 5l paper vance. Those, deinnif the paper nature's dtfk'ienev, w .
doors. but it is undedrstoo.1 that In the can have it sent to them the 1'0\\'. '
X except seventh district where l us imi.l l some time: in Octoltor. I by sending adju-tiu [ i "
#e, a 4' 9; i other important snorts were ds-! I a r.-sr scattering votes were cast for lie is not nil thitvie! miitg\ or sn: ,;- PINFEATHERS.Dinip : U.OOtfo the! under-M;:necl. dation"of the n<>nr: il .
'A' russ:>d. Among those present wr<* H. M. ROC-HE. II]requirement hab< :, t ttirely ;
S J. McKnight, the state chairman ot ic:::. but he is i i the! busiiis ready fora .
r' ; Teprrsrntativt-0 of the Ionisvilland j houses cause mopishLl' Care Daily: News.Uf I IIi overlooked b.v n+
t the pleasant chat "':ih !if hiveproud ,
populist executive committej.Juiige yon you
: ticl.niof the 1 1" i 'i Nashville. Nashville. Chattanooea anlPt When first batched, turkeys are ten day. ,I
!t Maddox! however, carried hU yourself a companionable Ii IiI'!experience of sixth t'l n! :
,+, ;p I/uis.; 'Fris''O. Southern' Iron I district with ease.The friend. KiM-ins areery irn;ijtikir derer than cUiikens.The r O4 o him, by most impn>\"' >i i .
i 1 Monirtaln. Illinois! Central Mobile! and of od! fowls tends to ,
about coming or going, and some of with the I Il est scicnnii
+lR ) Ohio. Seaboard Air Lit e, Alabama I only change in Geurgia's representation them are sure Uo be left behind all shade lighter with inereaslns years. I !I o correctly tc-t IJI'!; -:Luitable

'; i-l t Crest Southern and Central and G(+or- this term will be in the winter Most of the birds are gregarious Good; feeding and good, care will: i imake You HaveRheumatism JtI : collection "f I Itacles .

th4.g1a. tenth district, Hon. Thomas J. llar- when trakn.;. probably for even common fowls more pmductive. II' =", -. ... I : to (jive relief! a.i i : iea t
: =-:: .
F t Her !Monroe" of Joy, wick succctdinj W. II Fleming. Mr. tie sake of safety. .\ thick \>t very the eyes for tlt \ it: '

3 llosttf+-Yo'i seem to !",. happy: tonight Harjv.ick's nomination In the remit peaceful birds is compelled to add the Fowls may cat too much rain or I metitin pri'f" lol..d>i iCOXSl'LTATIOX ;
dear? btate primary assured his election and additional AND; 1 1
of '
protection: tra'
for their
meat health, but rarely toe
a it' Jitss Swaijser-Oh, I am! My rival's there: was littl" enthusiasm manifested II NATION HihrOKFICKHOrUS :
night .' *. .
By day they generally are resting :: much milk. '| ** Y WK--: ;--'';-;'Jttri,
8i L $ gown d.Hfu't t.t her and people are making even in that district. The fuil or feeding; !in some pleasant local I i : Fr.. '
!if- remarks! about it-Oiik State JuuriuL WholWIl,3t and like! foods piv'| I fk f%01 the greet tc'tc'l anti .
list of the successful Democratic can 3 in. Room 2 T. H.'t.r 1 IDlt. -
ity. In the !prlns they always |< p.
? are starch and! feather making roperties I i| SlPJio
  • rwd Califurnia
    as licfats Is as follows: heard first in the early morning in i laiWWWUa Remedy will cure GOLDSTEIN Jcnowinofiint r
    --- -- ; und less oil to the blood.A you It also cures Liver Kidney and j
    t5 I Flrs-t District-It. E. Letter, of :Savannaa : the! autumn their goodby is heard at ladder diseases, mused by BO exec'ss of < the average\ :
    i Foley's Honey and Tar always healthy fowl does not need condition the lawof
    the uric acid It never fuili. and builds np n.ituiv, nut t
    approach of All (
    tj stops' the cough and heap! the lun:{s. evening. night powders, egg food or other preparations the health and strergtb while using it t neat iiijurie-.- rcultiiii t
    Refus substtutes.V.' :: A. D'Alem I Second "trict-J.: Jl. Grigps. of they are on the ving. but wholesome) Spud stamp for book of wonderful errtifirates. I and the. ofuinifood. rin ,
    and vuned ;
    ; tl '# berte, 121 H. I'alafox St. i IJ1t.'\$011.I It is a mistake to suppose that any Price Jl per bottle. Fur sale ( I out of n-iniiiiiiit-f
    trig ;:
    food. by drawl If your druggist ran net pi-
    Third District-E. B. Lewis of Mon I of our birds care for borne as a resi supply you it will be tent prepaid upon what they :alreadv k:I".W

    c.ii ; l.nrue F8mll). I tetumaFourth. dence. They only stay in one pot A Cold Cull'uIntlun."Wbat receipt of price. Ad iKi9 to bem-tit diem :a.. W"II, i. t'

    ti S Patsy Dooley! was a very poor arithmetician District-\\'. C. Adamson of long enough for a single purpose do you intend to do about Uricsol Chemical! Co", Los AngelesCal! !, -
    tic } Carrollton either for rearing to collect
    young or
    i1- r :sn,l was pii//litl by a great I that insinuation that you are open to or the
    many iue-.tions of numUrshich did Fifth District-U F. Livingston, (It foal or to escape cold weather. These mercenary influences?" Marston # (Ullin/ '

    .fit f t not enter otln' h Kn! s.Sixth. fellows that drop! down on us in theearly otbln ," answered L. N BrnnSW & Ce" NEW Orlfan LaDistributing .
    & 1 r pwple s < :: Senator Sor- i : iome very nice 1), .,.1''' err
    One day a acquaintance! remarkH Di.trict-C. L. Kartlett: of Ma. morning; to dine from our mountain yhuin. "If there were no suspicionsthat
    In his preM'in-e: con ash trees in August; or :September: I would consider propositions I Agents. Wash Stands > i """I'

    rj "I hne eight brothers" Seventh District-Jobn W. iIadJo\. lire cosmopolitans. Some> varieties! of bhouldn't, receive any." Washington % 4t Just the thin; i>- :: "
    t of Rome. birds will altound in a section one year I
    } "Ye lu\e eight Lrotlurs? said 1'ate.v. Star, IronJIeds.
    and 1,1''I.ry scarce the next. This is
    Eighth District-W. M. Howard of
    "Then I suppose Ivory wan o' -
    r 1' 14V: thirn has eicht brothers too?" J..exln! tln. markedly J true of grosbeaks and orioles. Slows ibis: ( & B'fJ -

    (&F i "Certainly." Ninth D"trld-F'! Carter Tate, of During; 1JMC: 1 the orioles have We otter One Hundred Dollar* reward i .
    t ,,i 1 t I; t "Arrali. thin. said I'at.v "howmany Jasper. teen mostly birds! cf passage: nestingprol.ably :; for any ca.;e of Catarrh that Th 'te tiny I'apsules: rcsupenor -.---'..- -
    Nc 9p; mothers had the o1yer Teeth D trict-T. W. Hardwick of farther north but appearingin to Iiilsam: >f opaiiia.!
    # siity-foor cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh M. D.
    W. C. ROWE
    ; dot SllnJ rs'i1e.! large numbers: as birds of passage; Cure.F. t betand! Injer" n 81'C'

    Eleventh District!: -W. G. Crantlev, eating: plums and ;grapes and Fpoillnc; J. CHENEY, & Co., Toledo, 0. T.crore lu 48 !ho'U3 the Office: 17 S. I'alal '

    k The Itpuxnn.Ther of Brunswick what they could not eat. A saucy flirt We, the underirued: have known ..I. I ...vw. c'thl.: Il 4r.t If). ,'1' I ,
    llonrifro-n S ion: I m. m >
    b s" ;l 4 <> is a try Intimate nervous and handsome mm a udl.'r.' the oriole can F. J. Cheney: for the but 15 years <. tin nH> u O'ltcr.IsT4; and after io'elockPhono

    'fi'b connoction between the brain and the -- do more mischief in a week of traveling I. and h..lieve.llim perfectly honorablein I OS.

    ? s etomflfh. said the wientitic man. CLAY IS RE-ELECTED SENATOR. than a flock of birds that are residents. all Ini-ine-!" ? transaction!" sudfil1ll1l'hllh' I -

    D .-New York Independent ----...- .-.... nhle t\". /.'qrrtin'... .o! v.. ....o! .v.r.h_ I -
    it. answered the
    Unanimously liatloL: made bv their firm. TIME TABLE.
    ti bumble IMTSOU w ho is willing to learn. Almost by Georgia WEST
    s I : & TRI-AX
    ,1 v ? Legislature. Strike: Declared Cff. ,
    Wholesale .
    4 "The reason why nearly every political Atlanta. Xov. 5.-lly the separate Portland. Ore.. Nov. 5.-The GramHandlers' WALM.VU, KI.NNA.V Iruggi.ts1'oledo: MAIVIN, O. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

    I alliance or tlnauciul deal has to b<> vote ot the senate and house of reprc- union last night de: lar"l Whole-ale Iruggits! : Toledo, O. IN KKKKOT Uti'KMHKK 1. lf'1PENtiACOLA

    .5 t t r1 discussed at a banquet"-Wasningtoa: stntatives Hon .\. S. Clay of Cobb= off the strike at the Oceanic dock, the HallS Catarrah Cure ii is: taken internally -
    t nonunion men at work there having acting din-ctly the Now Orloanq and Mobile
    Star. couLty was yesterday! almost unauimoiisly : upon ---.- _.
    ] decided to join the union which was blood utitl mucous surfac'-.-> of the
    I I elected to succeed himself asj No.6. ? O.4. : So L So H ::0." I
    ? Joke Wax .Idt"nt." I j United States senator from Georgia satisfactory to both the exporters anti' system. Price 7oc. per bottle. Hold 7:15 a 12:1;' m I 1IU6 p 1"1'9 _m Pensacola .n.Arrln f. 'm II I' I
    f "No wonder they the British ,, the union men by all drusrgists. TebtnnoniaN free. Nat a 7:7 p 1u3 a L."v,,_.... ..100l1lton... Leave ..X'a '.. I III
    say are for a term of six years. Hall's Family Pills are the best. :IJJ a 4:22p! 2\ II L.ave.. Mohlle ..Lt-an e 13 19 n t : .
    x elow In seeing; a joke." The law requires that the electionfor __.... eSp 7:10: II I Lesva..Naw'1r1.CDN..- Loins. ..',_': p 7 .

    t "Why 1'01" senator shall be held on the second Duel Between Prominent Parisian ASK HIM FOIL A JllJ>GISS' :.To.Foley's North.

    SF "I told the chap from London that Tuesday after the general assembly! Paris. Nnv 5 -Tfcp duel l betweenthe --- -.- --

    4 we never ate a rabbit stew withoutfinding i I Count d* Dion president cf th"
    convenes, the vote boring taken separately Honey Tar So. f. I No, 4. So. l
    a hare in it. and he is going in each bouse. On the day Automobile club, and a prominent and 11:1J6 pm 12:15 p m L..V9..... Pen'acol.rrln 4:101 pm. A'oocarjKMiKAIi 6:15 a m S1 p mrrl'f'e. .. "Montgomery I.-ave 11.,5a m
    home and write u paper entitled I'at.Jt't1S sportsman and M. Gerault Richard of *- II!
    lolloping tue general assembly mu : 11:59 am eotpm Arrive.Birmingham ...I.f'ave I N:> I am'
    Needed In American Kitchens.1 The P.Hit Republique. took place today 7.05pm I 3:10.. m \rrlv..Na.bvIl19..I."V9
    meet in joint and a ballot n7:20am
    ._. ..... Leave 11:1:
    %:11I1 am 5I3a m Arrive I.oulnllll pm'
    i Chicago News. of both bodies is taken for that M. Gerault Richard was "'ounj.d FKKNCll SsCHLDLLK 11:51tam Arrive. _ClnclnrIIU ....!...aVl' SI.: pm' rD

    office. The house; and senate will:1. in the rIght arm.ANXIOUS 7f:! a m INI p m_ __Arrive ...:... !+t. l.ouI! .Leave 4:15 P m
    Y Following I is the schedule of
    then.fore, meet in jont; session at no\m MOMENTS. AND RIVER JUNCTION. _
    Home of the most anxious hour of government steamer General French ,
    DYSPEPSIAAnd today to take the final ballot, after .1 mother's life are tho"e when the which THE NEWS print for the J So. 21-lJ.Uy No. -IJaJy I :-to atop where time not who.D No. 2--Dally S_ a;I

    which Senator Clay will address the |little ones of the household have the benefit: of the merchants who ship as
    UM pm 7:00 1 m Lure ....... J'l'luacQIIo.Arrlve 10:1" pm.
    I 'e le-plslatute in accordance with U'.' (cronn. There is no other medicineso heir goods to the various army Ul nlgbt 7:13 II ...'''''_ IohfOmla ........ II 10: 1"
    a 1 y INI>IGESTIOX, the most common usual tiistorn. effective in this terrible posts: 12:20 II 1:14" ......_. Ynllt.tra ...._ 10U"

    aliments of mankind, can be Only! three votes were cast against Foley's Honey and Tar. maladyas It !Is a Leaves Hensacola ..._____....._ ... 7ooa.m. It::!:! .". 7:1'1"73": II II __._..._...E.cambIA Mulct __._..__ "II 11):8'.1"12.M 10:3"::
    Leaves Barranc&L. .__. .. ...._ ..... I
    'household a. m. ___ "
    cured by the of Ho.tetter'sStomach Senator Clay, two in the house favorite for throat and 11,311" 7:3'1: .Harp.
    use an Leaves Fickens ..... ... .. ......_...._. 8.UOa.m. II ...._.< ,lt City .._. 10:1:1":
    Bitter It has a record of one in the senate. Thl'se'otes we 'e lung troubles and as it contains no Leaves Barrancas_..... ... ...__ (b:15 a. m. U:5K":50) 7:3V"7:55 -_._... Milton .. .._ II 10:10"
    opiates or other it be Leave feuacoia! .. .... ...__. ..._
    poisons can hi:15a.m. 'I ...... ..
    1Se:: .n"
    cast by Republican members for Water 1 m
    fifty years of such cures back of it ,afely eiven. \V. A. D'Alemberte Arrives Barrancas 11:1U: a. m. and then IM" 8.15 II .._.._.. Holt. ._ -._ ., D:95 42J0
    and ,..1I1110t disappoint now. If H. Johnson rrarshal for the norn j 121 B. Palafox Kt. makes a trip to Fort McKee and then re- 8'8(1.1 ......_ IlllIgaa _._ &:2') II 1:1:I.
    you tarns 10 I'.arrancaj.
    I 4 ......... __ I '
    you are a sufferer from these era district: of Gergiaa who was the -- Leaves Barrancas. ....._. ........... I:Is p. m. 2g": 8S "II ..._...lJt.lrLand..Creit\'II' 8M"11:11" ,
    complaint 1:00" !I.M :
    Leaves fickens _. ...... ...
    Hcci'blican! tV"rthe sonate ? 1:25p.m. "
    ra *, ... .. ... ... IJ? II 11:111" MO'wy 111'111._ 8ft ,
    or INSOMNI NERVOUSXFSStm "avel Pe> eaeota. ... ..... t.idjp. m. II 8:111"
    !j GENERAL DEBILITY!: SURE TO Fatal Duel WfK: : ves. CASTORIAFor Leaves Pickens ... .. 5:15 p. m. '4:1'1":08" II\1:85:" ..DeFnnlakhpringL......... Argyle. _..._ 7f' .
    TRIT.. Ol'R PRIVATE STAMP i Knoxville Tenn.. Nov 5.-A Sentinel Arrives barrancas S:3u p. m. and makes ':ft) /t1 I ...Ponce de LeOD._. T.V"! .
    rip to McKee and return. .. ___ II I. J Jfj
    special! from Asheville that Infants 5:00" 111:10' .Wettvtlle _
    the neck and Children.
    of .
    over the bottle. says Onv
    edne t
    =days Saturdays the (.f" 10:1 .. __ CaryvUle._ 7:1:1": ;
    '1 Omas Young and Sylvester Black: boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- 5.59! 1\1IJJ' _I DltllY__ 8)5": I -
    Ii t farmers of that county fought a du'J The Kind You Hare Always Bougt&i& ans for Pen :acola at 6:30 p. m. tII}) 10f1" II _... Cbttley __ 'IH'7" '' Joe,
    HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH eS" ) 11:117 II _..._Cottondale......... 6:19'v',
    _ with knives late yesterday afternoon Burs the7f' The General French is for army 7JO" 11:35 __Marlar>na._ II 4:110" :- *. 9
    ThS Black was stabbed to death. Young it //' purposes only and any outsider must 7:80 11:45 ...__C7pren._ fI9!! 1'II...
    ggwaie of nave a pass from the I f:40" l1:1i: II _< rand IDdge_ 5J'l" '
    1 : BITTERS now in Jail. Bad feeling between the take quartermaster f:58" 11:06 noon I. ___ L neadl ___ AI" '
    o her. 1 II I-
    pa&eageoi Ul fiIO"
    men caused the trouble. I 8l ArriveRiver'nactonLesie


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    Uamor of Ut and Girl. I I' f, fIj
    } I GOLD DUST \

    Wa /(now What MISS MOLLIE O'BRYAN. THE PINKHAM CURES r From twelve on, an increasing percentage _-_____ _....-- -------._---.-------- '1'. ; J
    of the children the
    reliciuish .
    : I
    SncreaAfuI !
    the little boy whogrctn One of the I>n Mining !
    "' t. .
    idea that self Is In tbe joke ,
    \\cnii-u of the Wi-it. 1 1ITTIUCTIIG necessary ,
    :;S I: apples. CREiT ATTETO AMOK : and gire more impersonal accounts. -if- i
    induced to try Mi-s Mollie OT.rjau of' CrippleC're.U

    ..t the grown nan Coli', iKiMdeiit of the Teutonic Tll1kIt4ji1f ; \\OY.Lt Girls more frequently than boys quote "Let tIM GOLD JUST twkis do your work." ,. f
    .Mtli 1 indigestible the burner of the refined aflult and in
    CoiiMilltlaiid (;01,1 Miuiii'j; coiiipany, II.t.t. : .
    ". often d criln oc-
    \\ pay a greater p< i.l'l"I1Ct'S 'S2PL3)
    of the few &!tl'xesttil uiiiiiiu WK' \.... .
    : :
    i- this care'.sh : i-a"ioiis uf their own timidity T i in /' ..... .
    \\ is the t;; '- i j.sen nf the \\(',,t. PHI"u'lls! duto tilt- diJli'ioi.t! i- >a! I'J.r- (;...... ,

    ",uble and all iia I Miss OTirjan is ow (.f the .onscrva tri hili; ;': a girl n-Ci'iM'h Si:,i. it ...r.t.HIlta.I' .I

    Medical DiiCO\-1 the arid bub.stautully wealth icjuveutaliits : ddlloil "to bo a lail> ." W:. ,-bin I,

    .. ui.jt ('.' U means to drop his nitu
    other of tl>t' iiu:> gold! luililug I

    : ,tores the WI:.-', Industry (If Cripple Creik. The secret ral inbiincts and to imitate the adults
    soundimr uf li-r (,ll"ironment.IlOut tuthe sbe
    '.l woman to (.t her pl>('uouieual snecess in this :I I
    IOM.S the fearlessness she has hitherto !
    unique isllin; for \\tnuoii is U>*t ex !
    I ha\e nt'in thared with htr brothers aiid bciouicsKiKid I
    ".. 'nMil I hay tueu l're'slod! in her own woids. ch m's.I
    ., U- "sa\s Mr I. F. : prey for their "scaring" !; <: ,
    \1 IOn "Whru i>rludusl To make<< a suitors of lainin?:' she This swins to develop the boys' t as. : I
    ._ \ L:
    ..!"-',-t.i,li-t ill w.this under city says, "one uut be patient, iiersistiut' lug; abilities for. while before almostall ; \

    I .....'its., for cnurrh. and never without hoi>cWhat most their tricks were on their own sex, I

    .. ". ;' i MI u', k. and I Ia.could. peoile term luck is usuallj the result now the acme of their fun ns recorded! ; 1 1CANCKll

    ., 1 not di-treas ne followed these Is to frighten some girl or to make her
    baring tloMly up
    1! t" quit tTkini the look ridiculous. A boy of twelve illu j
    \ I \\d-. greatly It- three attributes hich must eventually his'' I
    "trates this tendency and by L'AL1 J
    yield poldeu results to the faithful. mixed! clauses gives further materialfor \\t4tTh1O1..

    Miss! O'liryau came to Cripple Creekwith : f1 smil s. "The .(>bt joke I saw .., ; .... iiI
    her father, vho was abe intn- "\\B-4 -
    I'layt'tls putting a bunch of firecrackers ,, .. i1 '
    isted In uiiuia,:. In the early MgLi.ii; r i
    by a lady that wire not lit, ': '" \ )0.
    when Cripple Creek was jet a mere Mrs. Prances Staffordof 243 E. and! they scared her."-Century. ..... 1J ,(11\I ;\ !I

    I I tented The trip"i'law.was then n.:ulo by. tit'; 114th St., N.Y. City, adds her testimony .\ !-'urt'. I 7tr1.0 S H !I iI

    coach.l b OPt.\ :t iu. \I ho wa-s tin'u to the hundreds of thou> Twenty Is call'il a score' because! it '\ :t :t'U \'1. t I I I
    I I
    Mrs. Pinkham's files. the whole man. ten lingers '" '" rl
    sands on represents iblD Ea er. I
    I nail ten tucb. Utyiuologicallj it me:ins i i
    Wlii-n LyduK. I'ihikilalU's I icineI !

    II II I hits I v.i-H- iirst iiitriMhuvilkcptics !: a when cut) or men mark.cnu'nl In not very count early beyond times I Itvxvnty GOLD JUST : i L LS

    ,ul ii's 1 i'.ic eimum ir.i\\i un1 ujn. nii '
    I tL or "one man," it \. .." :, ....-::1 Ito ,
    > I.IIMK hut a' rar I
    tui.iii\i t >
    < cut n notch In a stick niul IH::.II I
    ; i -; or \ u !uii iiilli'il[ l 1I y ami the I two ( a woman's best friend when wash day comes ;: .
    :I :i In. and so it went on one man : ;
    : 1. ; gui iijx.t' \\ r sweet
    ) clothes
    I men and so on. This !s \\iibeep around. It makes the

    .5' I in.iintan, il i by the into new tlKi-uUM'y anuy has of are still counted by ,the 1'<'01 e. :N. w a Takes only half the time and half the labor of 1, -

    tain. cut tin l.eil)
    I : tally!! French : I
    I I. uidii'.ts 01 tliotr-iiii'ls, doubts and i means: an account kriit by minus of a soap. Just follow directions on package.Made .

    I -ktjiUilshie4 have l been t>\\eiit away notched stick and until the I'u.i of the i! only by THE N K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. I
    .r bj a mighty limn!, until to-day II i OVAl. FAIRY SOAP. ;
    eighteenth century such sticks were Chicago New York. Boston. St. Louis.-Makers ol

    _a\-:". i lMnlthumVvtfi'talilo In- gut-at f ood that Compound Ljdia II. I given ns, exchequer document receipts, accomI This I I I t I I, I II I I II k
    written I
    s > by :
    I I luviluino cloute I I ---
    :. and I lu'i other are --
    -S was also the usual way of keeping accounts I I
    among;; the \\onien (If Aineiiea ii I in the inns of the mill>1ll! ages. CULlED I5V IUXOIHVLM BeerThat :
    attral'ting- the attention of (,four The I
    S r." Iiuloorv I The number of drinks or meals a customer __ _
    leading I Mienti ists, i>h}>iuaus '
    ,', even had were scored against him on
    M nlsht an
    All Skin and Blood Pi-oae Cured. '
    i .1 in a salon in and thinking IkOl1le.Mit what was called a tally stick ant Mrs. M. L. Adams. Fredonia. Ala., Made@ ij;; : !
    S )[ alone could win Mich fame; I I I
    :Many 11 eop:> were wise therefoiv Is i the woman who when It reached twenty or a "whole took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually -: "
    and he expected to pay. In I ::1'
    single room
    i.,.,: the course of the (iiiU Hue utile upon Ljdi.i ouml.el. I .. II some English country inns scores are cured an eatmz cancer of &ANNHtl tn rMav ijS .
    \V 'tal leCumv>
    ..J ladies complained Pinlxham' ;; still ki'pt on a slate, four chalk marks the nose and face. The sores healedup \1

    MISS; MOLLIE O'EKYAX. and one across-the--and four of these perfectly. Many doctors had ;, I I I I18

    S i...icli- to raise a win- \ stenographer, did not abandon > '\ Ut.!>llUcUklV >>...11' II O1U1I UStUchanges wake twenty, or a score. given up her case: ; as hopeless, hun I' I
    an expert
    A .t.i.N had Lit-en frozen the color and tends to fade It. dreds of cases of cancer, eating I
    to Cripple
    work corning !
    tier on swellings, etc., VICTORIA
    sores, supperatlng
    : it was lulL ossibie to Creek but at once set up nn otflee and nlthoujrh; ordinary yellow kltthen soap have ,been cared by Blood Balm. I

    with the advent of the gold exeitcineuteauie keeps blond hair from I.a\hitS the usual Nasal Among; others, Mrs. B. M. Oueruey, MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. ::1 .

    'l- it was! absolutely buch a llood of work;: as to OH'rI I dingy appearance. A tine way to I Irl'mU'e & Warrior Htand, Ala. Her nn-c and msr IO-CKXT BOTTLE IIKKU i'
    ntji.uittediuaslied dust oil from the hair Is to 1 GATARRKIn : I
    1 -h mid be whelm a ltIndustrious woman. I or lip were raw as beef, with offensivedischarge IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. ,
    ,. out. A dissolve small quantity of white soap from the eating sore. I -
    \ s a ;
    "The very air! of Cripple Crei-k mgFoted -i a'l its taes there
    I .. i .islied; In. and at iniuiiix': ," said Miss O'lryan in I In spirits! of wine rinsing well with snould be cletuuaiesi &mMcs Doctors advised cutting but it BROS. : I I'I.

    :". s of snow werein initiation into the t'pul water. The hair should always El's: Cream Balm failed. Blood Balm healed thesores .
    deseribiu1; her camp. Guerney ic AGENTS FOK THE CELEBRATED !
    of well brushed.1'Uflhuillg I
    nil dried and 4
    > fl parts pirfiitly
    : r and he alb
    it ".
    "The atmosphere breathed: everyIudy
    the I well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm I I. f f Msiey.Main i
    thoroughly separates
    ; talUcd riintng and the air wasvntagioi's he dseaeil mem J-.L' alto cures eczema, itching humors, f :
    Into it tuft and pliable.IMgriin. .- It curt,jratarrh anil dr v 9tway
    'urrelit :
    : "a .. ( ( with it.Vhcn the excite- hair. rendering a cold: m the Ua.1 scabs and scales, bone pains, ulcers, House-401 8. Palafox street. :

    .. saturated uncut nrst Parted, I Invested lilY' : I offensive pimples, blood poison, carbuncles It It Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. f :

    t.\ a snow- mea/:'T Ba\ius: in a small! way. l If one's legs are unshapely the calf Crtim hahn is p'T-C'i! Into the nostrils,spreads I scrofula, risings and bumps O. liox 2c!<1. Pensacola, Fla. II' \ ,

    "The Cicitemoi.t: grew with the I be clou'loped by rising:; on over the mcuib'ane and 's ansorlwii. Ke.:cf IB iamed.ate i on the skin and all blood troubles. Phones 116-21'-8. I II
    ...., Lours, nndl soon saw to my great astonishment : may to the 1Joor.I ] and a care follows. It 13 cot dryms-Uof i Druggists.; |1 per large bottle. __ ___ __ ____ __ II'I n
    I then sinking again Balm free -
    the toes ; Blood
    .sI of Botanic .
    chll- rot produce ineezin1 Lirge be,50 cents a; ; Sample
    I : fly little investuluentrolling .
    ill) poor I The more times this is done the quicker -nr b> mail; bi/e, 10 cents by moil.i : and prepaid by writing Blood Balm I

    up into thousands of dollars. I the develoluxuent.:: i riA BUOTUEBS.M Warrcu Street.Xevt York Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble mSERSES I
    tb'nse! shall nexir abandon lIliuill;:. As h<>on I I and special medical advice sent in I
    .. ..
    house as I dL-pose of one of my claims nt a Down from cattails is, some persons MIDWIl'KVY. sealed letter It I 15 certainly woith -S 1 -5-- I

    IIf tLry '! K-d price I immediately invest in takes this method 1 while investigating such a remarkable IetU2. f i
    j;> I claim, excellent for filling: cushions The undersigned \ nthct&ta1oU.
    other ciinin=!! .uronertics.. i' U-jocts InCest it and it does jf offerinar her services as a I remedy. aBlood cure
    Th's joung woman has an office In nit flrst-elass licensed midwife, having the mot awful worst and mo?' 1 t I 1 1rOlfVI@
    noT or dampness.HE
    not gather
    I V\ .r..t. I .. downtown business I had 35 experience. deep-seated blood diseases.
    ,ue of the pruuiintut' : years I :: ;
    buildings but i-tunds most of her' I Can give best of references from i'' -- IIBXEY CCIE I i""
    1 I
    -J I
    .t. rw.e3
    'A'r which 1 time "OUT the hills" Iwkiug\ after i COULD HARDLY GET UP. I leading physicians of this city. I flr1 PARKER'S1''i 8urutu4 R f ; ;

    > >ecthe and operative. <:claims. P. II. Daily of Ashley, Ill! writes : MRS. M. GIDDENS, : HAIR BALSAM I I
    I[ I
    S ,'''"''Ile! welloy ltf lIt South DeVilliers Ht. I ') !
    Louis lien is that I have taken ] Cletcws and k.u.r.I: hr.Ptmiotv I
    in St. "This to certify -
    Letter ,
    -.r : I Ll'illll Creek!;: I Cure \ __ a luiumnt pruvth.ffpvf I I It unc4d. CcivtilnaMcognlad !:; i :
    digestingleutifiiiif bottles of Foley's Kidney or mona ,
    two ii:: r Fails to first ore Gray I ,

    i h..' : and liULlk. _ \ and it has helped me more than any % Cult Hair W*to:0 its(I,..ft Youthful t:.A. fa**.Color.,aJar. rtre&d.u! by tab ; !
    other medicine. I tried many advertised 5-t .an!fl'* at l'm>y'S '" I .
    "\)111.11'11 and by \\"arJrolie. fOf '
    nnl'lnl k. '
    { the
    remedies, but mne of them I Curse tnt phydqtt II :
    1 s r fotd into the One of the chi-f troubli of the aver- --::.==: ::=- I
    me any relief. Mv druprsi-t; I -- Btddct trcublw.tu2i .
    gave I I end < :
    : red! blood that nge woman in planning her wardrobeis recommended Foley's Kidney: Cure I ti.nay ;. .
    that she starts out with no delimit i \ h fiVI" (
    : I all over. Mrs. and it lias cured me. Before commencing !
    I T., writes: FoiI color M'heipc in mind and buys whatever 1 its ue I was in such a i or CUflE YOURSELF iI'M D'ALEMIiEPTg. .
    W. A. "
    I was troubled catches hir eye on the "bargain shape that I could hardly let( up I CURSe dichar.e.nflanneteu Hie J for unnatnn,), / I ICHOICEST
    tnd with the result that her whtn down.V.. A. S in(,I tir&tzi.d to56&i. irritatiuct or % k.-r& I
    : dyppcijI'm tumi'er once D'Alem.\\ --- : 1
    tit mucous meiul>r ii 3. : t'
    Lt (V lInciii.
    wor=t form. waidmlw presenta' an inharmonious I berte, 121 !8. Palafox Ht. DRINKtIRU i Pt.t-j .. 1'amlf and out*:tlia> i
    : 'n'id to ue Kudo!! juiulile of eiilor and she silJoui has I --- -- ------ IC iTHt[v ,S CHEII cit Ca. Kent*r POIS.UUW \ t

    >.r bottles I am en to wear. CASTOnXA ClNChNATlO. Sold by DruggLcl.q, i i !
    recommend an.\tiling appropriate i hR K. d Y3U Have' .' llhn' : U.S.A. or eent in lUiu rariicr, -ot'I I
    irtily The Parisian WOl1laI ', system of : 3-.artl tho :\y I 4 ty eiprw, rreriil hr :
    : from indigestioii dress Is the ideal after wl.cbIlwri! : ac'lath. > BY i 5- i 'II iculsCMICHFSTER_OJ. or 3.t.t butii.7.out roa.ttI. fc !

    :I.ike- what a dose you after eat I:i H-i illicit well P'ttt ru. The rienihwuuiau :ttv.. U' WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. ; FRUITS ANDCONFECTIONERY[ i \ :
    John rihepardKl.niul. ilKMises one or pus two 1
    _s as the Lsis:. or her wherie. 1'111'1':1Iu A"" f,,.*/.' A'. i...1./ r itti '*' j"*V tit lllmrnf : _AT- .
    be ira', i..t< I, or "vof._ "," ...ilini'init" ., in.n I,i'tWhlti f EfltrUYAI.! PILLS I I .
    !kind which easily
    be the can:
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    FOR THEBOVELS 40.1, ...... .. c. APOSTLE'S
    BEST 11,1.01 "Ad .1.
    'U" trhI's J ui.itched and wLieiiill' Ribbon licmcdy will cure or destroy I i ;C b'.FC. '' ......t....OJ / =, .. ; ; t '
    the diseased nppriltc fit aleobollc ftiinu- ., \0"7-: r. f',11l1t"Tt t; 1\.1.1.: I
    u\v'ell's island her with other! colors and which: are hut M> tllnt whether the patient U a confirmedinebriate I ',.Ao.1 lt Elli ....'.1 ... ...." I

    .1 1 I 1y New Yolk c'.tj startl as to the one alter n weV a 'tippler," toclal drinker tolmveaa or ,' _-t.4-_ .4 ..-.". :kub.fI'tii.n.. 1iLp.ooitrph as. ,! II.imIta.I ..... I' 14 East Government St., .t Ii. 'oj I ;, ,
    drunkard. lmpo-.ill-Ior dnvoae ,. .,. I' ,
    of vrauipuni. l-'v wear. led the: avoids as though; it appetite fjr alcoholic liquors after using I t fs' Iii...n ,", t'' .. t Tr.t'mniaIi I. t : Formerly Cordova Restaurant HtandO Q !I
    the She host en r. White Kilibon liemefiy.liiiliirh \ $' I! ",41..."in -mt, ',. r.. ;
    oi two taeks of the wire plague. may. In thv n rrnient of thfcn ... :;
    i :
    iiavcn't & rfjwlir .
    If :yon ', K >-tl by Meiuliers olV.. C. T. 1. f' urn. Mull li .11'I ta '* llfklrhr.lrrl j ie car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 II
    If this color after tier '' ]i. rjr
    < il" < rp jom I l ( f..
    Island. add toiidits; ( -S in l
    Manhattan: ; .
    : Wo .. ,, !
    boho'flaflII'' V v_ rlieof vi I n. Miore uresijsupprintenrtent of ,. .. 'l..llAuQua.... /JILt.. to 2.OU per dozen I f ,
    : t" Uoltort Uhukutll! wardrobe Is sekited !but avoids it In ,kit >hr "or| Hi .-.,.j..ayjf dint." 1 I tie imjollvHuts U>"cfCANDY man'* "bribtiin Ttnipernncd enlon.'en- I
    ii-t. inut|' rt :
    nt'a tested
    ',I married thediushli masvi-s. Tan. gretu. black: and! white llear all<1 clea is Id In'-e turu' California writes 1 have obstinate VI
    \\ him Ribbon Kemedy on very
    -I eaptain Manilla. tire the basic; colois fur her wardrobe, drunkards, and the cures bave been man}'. f :

    'T' n.II'r..1 New Yort and! with n black and white wardrobe CATHARTICEAT In mtiny cft-eb the Ih'nwdy'I'S3 given and te- WICKE&CO.
    I cheerfully
    '. When the Knglis-l: ; touches of color may be added a will. dore cretly.White Ribbon Keniedy. Members In-I \ t ;
    I d,'cided her color our Union are delighted to find an '
    Having difiniUly upon
    retired t'l
    Manning intent treatment to aid us in our :
    I I. then known ts Ho: iheuie, the Parisienne proceeds to aiice wurk.'' Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

    '. l Ids tleath It bt-eanu! I plan a gown for every pait of the day. Druggists or by mail, $1. Trial package 1 i

    f '..- daughUr and sonS IIUt!. with every povvu iu harmony and freeby writing Mrs. A. Townsend (for

    M in 1>CS to New a gown for every I'casion. the is alvvavv years secretary of a Woman's Christ- No. S South Palafox Street. f ; ,
    correct and artistic iu her attire. ian Temperance Union, 218( TremontSt. I
    ." has b tn in ue: foi Mast. Koid In i'ensacola by All KInds 01: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Han 4
    She never has to worry about what towear II
    la CANDY
    ii.d and charitable JEM LIKE 'I
    Hannah Bro!.,XI S. I'alafoi St. ELEPHONK .2S .ItNMAmrA. J-'LA

    or where to wear It. If she happens of- !"Iea-.StoL.ant...rtlitahle.H. \\ttl.. _n...Futtnt.".f l.rttt....Tart... _10.,Ouol....:-.. n mid_PoGoolICbVM M-. Cent- : iTHE
    ----- to pick up the wrong pair b.>s. \\rite lor trt.e S&DII>|V. aDJ Inioklet. nn -- -
    : RUSSIAN BEAR. 1'I\I's In a hurr.v. it makes no differ- A5Irps.6TrRLEIG \1 :' :
    Kkumv roHfiir, rniriroar RUT Tout.Kr

    .. inclined to apply a nice mate his for every every article other her She wardrobe can do KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN .CIBRAWN Ir IF 1

    t' rhinose open door, with Just two hats one parasol and I II II F. E. I

    S :a:1J: turn the key.- half the gloves hoes and stockings I ;

    !I. that another woman needs i-he always ,

    -en exiling editors to looks 'harming, refreshing artis ; LODGE DIRECTOHYKNIGHTS THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. : I.j i !.

    S. i. Lave the best pan tic. Is always a symphony and consequently I

    :. in the Asiatic divi- always happy. New York! 1 -

    > ::11re.l'hilatIelrhia; OF PYTHIAS : 47 Ladies' Ready-to-\Veir Rainyi3 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's !

    l'ost.'I Pen *col* Lodge, No. 3, K. of Pnmeets Day Skirt: worth $l.5O, special sale suits, all wool, worth *3. special sale Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. special I

    V -cream. the !lion may be Cnre of the Hair.Woman's 9Sc each. U.J iult. SI ; drawers to match, in White, J I
    of the great white chief charm Is her hair tag stTnlO every at Monday Castle eyes Han ,I 29 Ladies' Ready-to-We lit' Rainy- Remember we carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors.! .

    '. i 1 it-elf China north demanding the most exquisite! atten- ;. 1 In tbe Bloant -- WatioiBclMlDg. I Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants; from 3 to 1C age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk t rt I
    on I \. third floor. worth $4, speciaL sale S2.1S each. prices to suit everybody. Bhirta and Drawers, worth |3; special I t
    t ,i'.r' row In the nir.m- tion. It Is well to lay foundation Visiting brethren oordUll;
    to $1.20 each. i
    GO Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our Hhow WiLdow for 1 j
    ',Hi of a good head of hair In Infancy : welcomed H. A. LEE, :' Worsted Skirts!, worth f 1 50, special prices on Ladies' Underwear. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed 1- i

    -- keeping the ends clipped hair thoroughly I H. HOBBLER U, i sale 9c eacb. We carry a swell line of Ladies' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at25c >j f 1 !

    H I -Ity and Tar for coughs brushed every day and the K. R. 8. I 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and FigFlannel and Bilk Waists at prices so ; drawers to match i" I

    r. liable tried and tested,, roots carefully washed with tepid wa - ------- I tired Hkirts, worth $2 M to ?6, special everybody can wear one. 21 doz. Boy'a and Girl's Gray and ,

    : I', W. A. D'Aleinberte ter. One of the best recipes to preventthe .o=GOLA=()J 1 ale J1-9S to$4.93 each.ReadytoWear 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at EOc i l -
    ,f \ St.KOUA. hair from turning gray is moderation : Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; drawers!! to match. I .I i
    and frequent washings In (1.43 to {3 each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', ; i. c

    S : In living and Grist and Corn JSeal Bills l money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes : i a t
    Constant prolonged
    cold water. worry j jI
    IIIH Hl'HGISS' :Jc.C"A"STOrt.r.A. buying. worth 50c, special 35c; that we taD save you 25c on. ; ; '

    grief hasten gray hairs. Ths p. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, : 2-1 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at J1.50 drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line ; I
    : .. use of curlIng! Irons long kept up also to S3 worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at We on
    :.S. ira: KPIJ in Ha a A'ars' 3sgJu of time. Many ManoUotcren i iI ; 75c drawers dollar. We will close them F I :
    A hastens the ravages 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece worth f I, special ; out at g
    &ZJI persons make the sad mistake of using! I CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GUOUNE suit, worth $1.50, special &sc suit. to match. i'I 'an % price off other merchants. I

    preparations for softening the hair containing STOCK FEED.Patronlie !I _ _ _ ": t
    Home Industry, for there liTerr I I
    oils or greasy substances. Thisis 'I ( reason yon should bay your Meal and Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place ;; :
    want a good Bed. a great error as they only obstruct Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer, I I I

    i n nice Crib for the, the pores preuntinR Its growth the Your to doing money yon ii encourage left in the home commamtj Indni.try. BRKWNER'S. ? ,

    oils gathering every 'particle of dust, and you in turn are indirectly benefited. II F. E. .- f I __ _
    .:'J to Marston <5' thereby clogging the pores of the sc lp. i fostering the home manufacturer yoc: i ii i I __
    01 labor. You 011'1to
    ,ontrtbute to the cause
    1 Too frequent bUampooing the hair orwuhila i it the community which you live and 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. OJ j Iit I-: _

    it with soap ar.d .water: I is vhioh contributes to roar topport. 1

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    9t rl t] it: t irr : ,ti i r'+ 0 AKUNPARALLHDuring
    1'A 'PAID '
    ,,1PDA' -- FOR
    ;. 1. r
    a ;r._

    j. LAST NIGHT 1 FUN 1

    catered at the Post Office at Pensaeoia?I jiis ;
    L*.. ,ieoonJ-clftn matter. I iI'o.

    OTJICEnuilding, 211}, South I 0

    j 1 4YCp

    ,, AU"IIE N
    4U Terms: Invariably in Advance. < the death claim \\-1 ll: ,

    On Year by Mall.. ...... ... ... ..............*; Three weddings occurred in Pena act of a thoughtless momentwas Il j States !and Can.l i I', .
    Biz Montha .. .... .....-. .. ..... ...... .. :l : !I\ ble Life Assurau
    One Week by Carrier, Payable Monday sacola last evening, the contracting very expensive to John Stringer I ,i I\
    paid within one tla ,- .."
    _. parties being home people and wide a negro, this morning. The mayor : 4, Keep :a good supply of
    drertisirg Rates furnished on ApplicationPE5SAOOLA I proof.
    ly known in the city. fined him {125 or an equivalent of Ayer's Family Medicines on

    Capt. Frank M. Dunn and Miss I lit) days. hand. It's so easy then to take And during no 11I"'lil!: ), ,"i'

    sear lias the JM-H HI ,... >it. ,
    UNtQNLIBEL'_ Laura H. Marsh were married at b stringer was charged with carrying one of the Pills :at bedtime if you below USj'0'.

    o'clock at the bride's home on North concealed and
    et' weapons feel little bilious if
    'FCtt a your This excels th .

    Biyleff street. Father McCaflerty firearms within the city stcmach is a trifle out of order. great record. It !: i- \ ?

    t NOV 6, 1902 of Ht.: Michael's church officiated, limits. Both charge were sustained.The i Just so with the Sarsaparilla.A been approached by d... .

    and the ceremony was performedwhen negro at a time when he pany.
    -- few doses will bring back your
    I ITS Choler in place of Coler now. a large number of guests were thought there was no police near, a "atrcmsest in the U i .(
    lost appetite give strength to
    present. The popular groom was went to a house occupied by Maria your THE EQriTAKLF. I.I }. ,' \s,
    $ THE election returns read more to weakened and relieve
    his best Mr. r nerves, ANCE !rmUll I i '.
    solid accompanied by man, Douglas, colored, last night at 9:30 I
    .;it; + oar Booth.: taste when we strike A. A. Brooks, and they entered the and after a short while, and withoutthe 1 you of that terrible feeling of OF THE :'I'MII: |I' "

    parlor with the oflleiiting priest. I least provocation, pulled his pis- '2y exhaustion.
    IT is sad the blind tiger must suffer l
    The beautiful bride came in with' tol and fired into the house several A And besides there are the O01VLES DUo
    arrest just because he cannot seethe ., .
    officers coming. her father, Dr. C. F. Marsh, and was I times, alarming the neighborhood N l children to think of. A dose f General la'i "-

    I given away by him. The party: entered t greatly.: The noise made a great '' or two at the right time often
    AND the defeated candidate: can: :' : 309 S. Palafox St.. !I' ,
    while Mrs. W. B. Hall a bride !i J ) Ana CO.,
    t { means
    so much.JiS
    not help explaining: why it all hap cit-.orn / ellStur. : -- -

    pened to save hit life of recent date, rendered Lohen !! _____ ., ..... _.._ __.__ u _._ __.... .. -'-
    --- -- ---- grin's wedding; march. Mrs. F. by a woman's screams. : Carolina Portland
    Herald eeemsiucline i
    THE Tampa ,
    Marsh, eister! in-1J of the W'// Police Officer Puhttil was f rtanattly FATAL FIGHT IN 'SALOON.
    to be envious because the Tribune I NEMOVE\
    *fir ; scooped a Chinese want ad. and Miss Julia liunnemeyer preceded near and hid Stringer In his > -
    t Dispute Over Election On Pis '
    --- -- r r, : Cement
    the bride and assumed (CE
    positions clutches before the nero; hid: timer tol (,
    Duel. I.
    rx IF a Kimona: is u a Mother Hubbard i
    I wrapper with a college education, in the parlors. I I :U dispose of his pistol. The gun ,: r MADETO-DAY I Helena, Mont., Nov 5.-Helen

    + th en.r.F pajamas are educated overalls At a condition! of tnereremony: was taken frjin the negro's pocket Humphrey was instantly killed GeorgflH. BIRMINGHAM t,8,
    I llurd, crippled for
    life and D. J J.
    the bridal couple were recipients of: while i: was yet warm. It was a -
    Montgomery Advertiser doesnot I j DoPrey and David White received: I II

    hesitate! to hint that four more numerous presents and congratula- J ;pistol of large! calibre and the noise IN THE CONTROVERSY BETWEEN wounds in the feet and legs as thj I Stork? of all HU :, I

    ; Grover would greatly please lions, a reception lasting from SO:; I i made: by it was great. !iI result of a shooting scrape in Freeman .1 can Portland Ce1 t '
    i years PILOTS OF THE TWO I brothers' saloon German "l' alnrll. ,
    until 11 o'clock at Glasgow
    ,I it. being by I land Cement, Kiui- ".
    PILES. I IConstipation early this morning. '

    Ii; YES, that-is just what the! matteris. .1 i over two hundred guests. At a late j i I N mostly! responsible! I ASSOCIATIONS.i Humphrey and J. R. Stephens h vl!I ,, Norfolk.1'1.'terlIoserdall'Pnrt: -ninu't!

    Home of us have fallen asleep,..1 hour they left, and 31 Ir. and Mrs. I i for pile*. M is-es of bard, dry faeces i some words: over the result of tin : Savannah, Jack-om ,

    eelf-hypuotized by melancholic sug: Dunn took their departure for an extended I 'packed in the bowes press on the I.i j election whereupon both nit-n ,Irl'guns .w i :Mobile; New Orli -
    veins to surh an extent, that the '. W ,
    salvo ,
    is Mated today< that a summonsin and began firing. The room, inakeshipii '
    gestion. trip through; the North. circulation: o' the blood ii interfered was eroudcd. and the :i Mills: wherever wi _
    with, the veins in the writing has been served injured manhad '
    rectum become
    upon freight '
    1 rate. Sole-! 'L"Alabama" !
    They will return in about thres little chance I
    WE don't know what brought; the expanded and the to escape. Stephens I
    plies is
    re "
    and ,
    t' Captain Charles Perry of the independent '"I
    f Woman's Federation to Atlanta: unless weeks and will occupy a beautifultew sult.Cure surrendered to the sh( rilT. Brand," Portland C., n:. :

    W r' it was reading of all those new home on North Barcelona tha constipation by using I pilots to appear b<:fore the 1 lia Hydraulic N.itui I i. i ,:
    colonel HEPATlUUP.Aami the piles will Bar Pilots' Association and answer TO cum A COLD iOM: : ; I>.\Y ;! made near HirmilJ hh: :::
    ey' street, where they will be at home heal themselves if not too far ad Take Laxative Bromo(>ulnln..T8hl..l11 r
    t vanced. As HEPATICUIIA i is several charges which are said to druggists refund :
    entirely the money if It falN: to Correspondence Solicited
    MOKUAN is with to their
    SENATOR friends.
    pleased numerous; ; free from irritating effects, it cure t:. \v. rove's signature is on acli
    have been placed against him. The box. ?Ji .
    the election of a republican house, Miss Ada: Josephine Bouifay and is: well to take it in advanced .cases, !

    anyhow, so we have nothing to to keep the faeces cft. Sold by all charges are said to be in the nature BANK LOOTED
    OF '
    Mr. John M. Walters were weddedby druggists. $1,500. I (1ave llooev! by 1/11/ I "
    ; mourn over Father of accusations of breaking the rules I i I&& r nacre ",. :,:.
    i Fullerton of
    r t ---- -- St. Joseph'schurch I V :J''' 1"-
    1oHank Wattersou institute ASK HIM FOll A 1IUMHN& .VSSHSESHSHSHSHSSSHSHSESo of the association! by bringing a ves I Robbers Dynamite Vault and Cscaoe I .
    at 7:30 o'clock last night at __u __ ___ With Plunder. ,, Marslon $ (.>" > > '
    s F u suit for plagiarism when he! 15el over the bu.I .
    j i the: home of Mr. and Mrs. 1-'. C. i Richards, Io., Nov. ;.-Robbers I ; Great Furniture /-,' ., ?<';-
    reads what Mane Curelli wrote ol
    I An explicit explanation of the early today wrecked the vault of the I
    ''' r American millionaires. Bonifay, 215 West Romana street j jMr. j riuin.
    fAMIISFMFNTSl charges was sought, but none were Dank of Ricnards! with dynamite an 1 !
    - --- '
    t' sr. James White and Miss! Marie I secured fl.5K! ), all that It contained '! -- -- - -
    l'E sA'oLA H promised a clean, \ found; willing to discuss the matter.
    Bonifay, sister of the bride, were the ;i The front of the building was blown '
    attractive entertainment for Galaweek \ STEAMER
    i I Ci1rtain J. Lid. O'Brien was asked out by the explosion which brought i I
    ; and it n the dut.of attendants, and about 250 guests re- I a
    ;. every j FRIDAY j II| about the rumor, but he referred his cumber of citizens to the scene. One
    i citizen to solicit a gbiierous patron, gponded to the invitations and were NICFITSATTRAGTION. of the robbers
    4' j j interviewer to the association'sattorney three' shots into letwrrn Pf'n"a'ul" RntllII: ,!,,,
    ; 'jQk. age. _ _ witnesses to the ceremony. A large j t I I the crowd. The citizens were in-1 I JJllliH ,
    The presentation of "Lord Strathore" Mr. Tunion. That gentlt- Daily!( t-xirpr &iiiiin\|
    armed and the
    number of handsome : escaped without -
    ; TIlt Hoo llou( are to have presents were
    o a concatenation I i
    li m which comes to this city on : man was not found.If bung pursued. j j "CITY OF TAMPA.T.Milton "
    : ; at Valdo: ta. If Carrie, presented and attested the young ,

    i Nation should strike the town the Friday night at the opera house will such charges have been preferred I .. .. fI.: 'iam LvI'ri- ,, ,
    g couple's populirity. They were Lima Peru Nov. ;3.-The members 1,! irl'vnbocola.ii.iiiaiii; Ar ..Mil"..
    same day what a strain it would be warmly congratulated. Mr. aud be something which will stand out they will be investigated by of the new cabinet organized by Ea- 'i tare, flUe!) ; Kuuud !lIP.-'

    } on it. Mrs. Walters as a cameo in the theatrical: jewelsof the old ociation. genio Larrabure Unauna, will take th ; j -
    will, about December
    this season. Those who desire to 'j oath of ollice today. The portfolios ':
    ? ( a Gro.lwl.\-i brags because he hasa 1, occupy their new home on Garden I be present during its engagement: To the I'll hlie. have been assigned as follows: !residua JEWELER IN HIS :
    }'*r shirt eighty years old. There is i street, near Spring, but until that 'should! secure their seats early. I Aliow me to SlY a few words. in I of cabinet and minister of foreign )
    nothing brag of in owning old I ; of affairs. Larrabure !
    prai-e Chamberlain's nugenfo
    Cough;: H m. Unaj
    time will reside at the bnde's home I -- j HEW\ STANGI
    clothes. They are common around edy. I had a very severe cough and ana: minister of home affairs Ir

    : i31 'ri this editor's._ _shack. I Ion I'omaua street. STRONG BilL FOR SATURDAY.David cold and feared I would get pneumonia Rafael Vollanuevi; minister of ]u- I I j I

    1'. 4 u Manuel Rodriguez< and Miss MarieFotidebi'ila but after taking the second tire, Telemaco OitiieU-Ia; mini-.trr ol i i I I have moved my j ji-wlry, -.1 t.
    ( f railroads
    THE have arranged for I Commander Manuel A. Villavm-\ {
    ( t were quietly wedded WarflsIJ:: the brilliant: I dose of this medicine I felt better war. J120 Hnuth PaUfux.: fornterhi '
    I '
    > cheap excursions from every point cencio; minister of finance. Pablo : pied by I5i-4 &; C.afrd ..
    f } :!a for Pensacola'a Gala: Week aud it i is li-t night at the bride's home on young comedian, who thanks to the I three the bottles in of it cured my cold and Sarra: minister if public works D.. i better prepared thin: \ r
    managerial kill and foresight of pains my chest disappeared .,
    certain that we will have a jolly big; \Vet Main street. R. P. ReeeEq. I entirely. I am men David Maul. ____ ;J great bargiinsindianl"' i ii
    David Belacn, ilashed into steller respectfully i jewelry, etc. Call '
    rt,t crowd of visitors to entertain. Let' ., performed the ceremony as a prominence at the beginning of the I your* for health. RALPHS. MEVEKS, A Stan In:;; Sniiise.Very me convince you anlet
    (,- : r. do all we can to maintain our reputation I I 61 Thirty-seventh Ht.' Wheeling, W. few I Iit J.I.SJ';' .
    1 notary Pl blc. lit New York season, will be seen : Va. For sale by all druggists and could believe In looking
    for ho-i.itality. medicine ; A. T. Hoadk11 hE'ltltlnrobu..t .. .
    ; I Ihone..It dealer --- --
    4 t' I Ii Saturday evening at the opera I j blacksmith of Tilden. Ir.d., that for

    4 THUlE n 'Vr was a city.a stateor A BITTER FIGHT is a most fortunate choice, i i ten years he su1TerU euch torture I* 5/9t''c- 1C6i.3rr (: ..t,
    \ \ ,
    i ; Warfleld's New York i-ilent Attack ( I Cr up Curnl. from It'eumati'tn few it fJ O ,
    a-* could
    i *
    a m triumph nn-
    ; a country so prosperous! couditi-Jti .
    t : ))4 but could really partook of the nature of a'' "Lat winter an infant child of lure and !live. Hut a wonderful i nukeskHccysand b-! '
    eomeoiiti claw
    point out I I
    {e'+ BETWEEN PILOTS :, sen atioll. Although the newesti I: mine had croup in a violent form," change followed hn taking Kleetnc,
    and disadvantages. Jon't root out says Elder John W. liters, a Clirm- flitter*. "Two bottle wholly curedme

    the (Haws unless is for the object of I I -- among theatrical Ktar?, his bu-ine ian Kvangfli-t, cf Filley, Mo. "I ," he write?, "and I hive not felt 'EVERYBODY LOOKS

    y;, destroying; them- other I surpassed by rainy thousand dollar-: gave hr a few doses of Chamber- 'a twinge in ovr a year.: They

    +z r only any purpose I UruiHwick; Oa.. Nuv. 0 -A bitter that of many old timers!, and all be- lain' Cough; lienifdy and in a short re nlato! the Kidneys, purify the i| FOR W[
    injures town
    your or :' time all danger; was and' blood and cure Jl'ituuiati-m' Xeu-i
    tp. e --- I fight between the pilots of the Fer- ; cause of his finely artistic work in child recovered."' This fa-t remedy the rui ia, Xervousiif-'?, itnprov<> dig"..-

    ,r x1 A M.vx up in U' orgia has! two hogs nand !l'1 bar is now being: waged and I' "The Auctioneer" an impersonation only cures croup but wheu gvenas not I Lion and give:; perfect health. Try!\ Here it I is. Cull .,
    : r which he \\i-'es! to exhibit:! at the I in which he reigns aa comedian: : soon as the first yuiptnm-- (1 them. Only oil/ centtt \V. A*. '
    t appear, Creary. ..
    'w They d
    ; 1 State Fair, but on account of their't'lIliltl.OU 'I tno opposition to the old combiu3- i but whL'n has just that little dash: of will prevent the ttt.ick. It contains IVAiembi'rte% drug stor. 121 l t;. Pal I work that arc .1 .
    ) s I Ip.1thoi' if-x can be turn'1
    '' no opium or other I stret.CM.L
    ;; rize they canuot stand tinn: has sought a runswik boat to' to make it human and convineinl. I a'mful: ub-tuie' : I ____ r
    and be i --- to do ,
    I i liny given confidently I to -- -- I prepared auJ., k i ii
    :,r trau-p.ltal1"". If the mountains .I aid iu the flht. It i i51 believed that a biby ns loan dull For sale by FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER;i :. They put ou India nil '. .
    cannot move to Mahomet! : I < all diufe'u -tsand n'edicine ABSOLUTELY NEW AN J PURE.
    i why not the masnificent pilot beat Gracie, A BAD dealer:. 1 best on the market, .,1. -
    CURED. --
    move Mahomet to-the-- mountain- 'I I said to b. the prettiest and swiftest I A bad liver is the cause of most of. Fresh Buttermilk, 5c. n'I Hot Rolls at-- -5-p--ra- I0ci!!i as tires they in stock.have a full II!.

    IT is rtporud that lion. Waltt-r C. boat of her class in southern water, the ills with which the human body |glass, at SO! J:1rn"s. doz., at Solomon's. Doe your Iktirrrvv rn t !.<
    sulI n!. The bet to I --- "n "
    a Black grand chancellor: Alabama j will bs chartered: to enter the cou- I this uncomfortable way condition overcome is to I! ink? Tiieycan make 1

    Knights of l'ytldas, will locate at te-t. She would prove a formidable I I i have a liver remedy upon which i Their prices, too, are ri."

    ::1 i Miami: to regain; his la-t health. | vessel; in such a -tru,1e.; j you can depend. HEPATIL'tRA .Swansdown Flour. a they fi have t-clasa ample earringh caps! 'il '

    THK NL\\S hug no fear but that Miami is ti.e thing which will rive you .( I repairing bU' V.". '
    > !
    -- I i
    t great deal of pleasure from its Use
    will sutain her reputation and !1 call on them.

    speedily give that which the grand I CatarrllInvites I and Mr.speedily Ja*. I''. restore MrNair you of to Yen health.' acola. HAS NO EQUAL TAKE NO OTHER.Fleiahmann's !:' Hcales repaired.

    I fi .th chancellor seek;. : Fl. says : I have had s-jtue trouble i"PJ'l/FK (V ( I IloKitG ,

    -- I r I with my liver for about a year and Yeast and Swansdown Flour will Phone 57. !

    Consumption I a half. 1 have tried a ;good; many make tho best bread that
    : CELEBRATEDHIS ; I kind rf medicine, also physician-: can be produced. -'

    Ya It weakens tie di'lio.ite lung tk-ue. j treatment but four.d no relief until
    I ileraniri's the dureMivo; oran, and : ..
    I II. so much
    unproved me that I
    I #, I' Iro.dv down the general he-ilih.: I I have gamed seven 1 pounds! weight :FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE -

    3 tI I It often e:11I-t' headache anal dizzi- in three weekMy appetite i is good 1
    -- :I C. V.
    ; t't I I l laud I that but ta-fe 1 bad jn my HAS NO EQUAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. Thompson, :N J. -
    F- Tl ne3c, itlpairthe: I t.1.11' swell aril i!i mouth i i- all S. ld all .Palif.jx ..
    ; e genial and whole souled Jude; tf-.ut. ) by drug- street ha- 1'..-' ;
    hearing, and affe>'t= the Voi i.-e. I gi.ts. JAS. McHUQH Prop., New Orleans j
    ,Frank Maura wa* [,9! years old yesterday I Grocery. I new: supply of Lioel n ,II. II i iI

    and last In-injj a cotistiditional dieae it requires II I 1 Flump II).-> M and 10 \\'. Imrn'Irrci:t St. I j Papers, white, blue and .rr. .'.
    a number of
    a contitutimall't'lIIrlo. FOR SEED OATS y j Envelopes to match, Oxf..r Ii i iI -
    his friends gathered at his hospitablehome I i also Foreign Mail Tabletwr, ,
    Sarsaparilla Seed Rye and Chicken F. B.
    Wheat call BRUCE
    on West Government street ; velopes to match. Ink. *1'.
    Radically permanently cures ca- on the Metl n-Cro-by Company at' ,
    and appropriately celebrated the I Penholders Bla\ kbook- ,i j. '

    1 event. The widely-known gentleman bowel tarrh of, and the more nose delicate, throat organs., stomach, I I the Phone Alciniz: 334.street warehouse.29jlm i' 1i is ib .I etc.Phone, always 234.: on hand.

    was heartily congratulated upon Read: the testimonials.. { S. A. FRIEDMAN IS DISTRIBUTOR tvU1tAiD( i fynlty sal italic& t c Ik -

    his attaining to thi a;:e and it was No substitute for Hood's acts like :' FO i PABST NEW MALT BEEHTHEjPUSEsTMADE. : CAS-rOnX .

    t# wished that mauy more natal. days Flood's. Le sure to get Hood's. i j I Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and : Bean tea. Poe &'r.1Y"ld" :'

    would be his lot. "I was troublt'd"Ith catarrh 20 years. Try one of our celebrated Bicycle Sundries Edison i Bgusture! i1-J.--# i
    Phonograph and 2
    Seeins statements of cures by Iluod's. Sarsaparilla H. S' S. Felt .Mattresses. i bluster .
    'i MEAT & MALT has: a marvelous resolved to try It. Four bottles '| \I Hammond and Other Typewriter I --

    9 dietetic value. \\hile refreshing and entirely cured ire." Witm SHEHMIS: 1' They never pack or grow ;1 Repairing, Lock and Typewriter Key Fitting.Hupplie; All Kind. of'' and
    ; All kinds of chairs
    pleasant to take, it helps assimilation 1030 6th St., Milwaukee, Wis. j lumpy. Better than a hair High-Grade Hammerless Ouns Keptfor Rent. Big Supply of Fresh Shells t

    -;: cf food. Sold\ byDANHEIeSER Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to mattress, at half the price. all at Low Prices. I rocking chairs at Manton

    BROS. cure and keeps the promise. I I 19' Quina's. Prices are very
    MarstonQuina.. \i 16 South Palafox Street. I low.THE .


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    -- If IS DOUIJTH'L B. H. FAIRCHILD, W. C. O'NEAL, President; No. CCOO. F. C. HORTON, Cashier; .'//1: ) r

    RAFFORD If Loral Applications Alone Krer tr ap:act: o 3u B T E n .i;Ft ?. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. w

    Cured a Case of Catari h. ,

    HALL SOLD Most remedies for the treatment of II 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. AMERICAN I NATIDNAL BANK fj:

    catarrh are in the form of sprays, inhalers 'aroet Work and Relinihing Furniture a I r ;

    --- powders, washes or salve, I Specialty. j OF PENSACOLA, FLA. : via
    all purely local applications and i Phone 4135. I

    D FELLOWS DISPOSED OF many: of them often give temporary -- Designated Depository of the United States. t
    relief but the reason none of them R. K. WHITE Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2-'. 1902. : 1 I
    PLACE TO F. .
    MEETING. ever really cure chronic catarrh h } ii
    C BRENT. because catarrh is not a local disease I >Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler Time Loaas .... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... $346,354"9S Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 ; 1
    and it cannot be cured simply by I and Graduate Optician, Demand Loans.................. ...... .. .. 119.94974 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... lO.OOO.PO J jf
    treating the local symptoms. Overdrafts...... ........................ .... 538.74 Undivided Profits! ..... ...... .... ..... ...- l .25G 91 1 I .
    Moreover the more serious formsof i i is soith Palato i : St., PU"ltola,FliS U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ............ 214,206.87 Rediscounts ...... ...... ...... ... ...... ..... 64,071.57 j I.T
    i h ill 10 West Intendencia Stocks, securites, etc.... ....... ........... 2,625.00 Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 j i #
    urchased yesterday by catarrh, like catarrh of the stomach Furniture and Fixtures:; .... ...... .. .. ...... 6,718.48 Deposits ...... ............ ............ ...... -1Ei ,o..16,05 f j I X
    "... w ; and catarrh: of the bronchial I. R. Stamps.......... .... .... ... .... ...... 74.86 I
    ( K; president of the First tubes, cannot be reached at all by Cash Exchange............ ........:... 178,805.92 i

    Nrv. : I', II i t ik. the consideration lcal: applications and the fact that OT S 1 $S69.3G.59 tSGU.3Gt59.) I 1 '
    neglected catarrh of the head I
    I very This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give '
    soon the bronchial '
    L tale'! firm of Thos. C. tubes, your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ; I '
    i stomach and liver, demonstrates I ; "
    corner of Garden andp 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. :
    W.., A i : that the disease is a blood disorder, 't
    Read J. M. Coe's ad. in this issue. I
    engineered the sale, a constitutional malady and
    x not at
    He oilers paper and envelopes of the IL
    important: one. all a local disease. finest quality. G2 5252_ 252525252 i

    ; ;, ,.: i? a two-story brick To really cure catarrh the system ...RED TAG SALEMEN'S t: j
    must be cleansed from catarrhal The Meyer Shoe Co. has a changein sss :
    d on the ground floor t t ',
    ; poison by an internal remedy which their advertising spae today for I' I
    \ organs Grocery Co. : .
    c. the benefit of men. I
    acts irtfectively the blood t
    upon and AND BOYS' r
    l''d I I I .:
    i il ?or is used as a liver. of Honor, of
    Hope Lodge, Knights ,I
    _ t h y: the Odd Fellows The success of a new catarrh I Warrington, will give their annual

    . : .eicties. I remedy, Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, is ball Nov. 20. See ad in this issue. i 4l I i '
    Dependable Clothing
    because it drives out of the system, -.j 1.-1 :
    : T- owned the builJ- The infant of )[r. and Mrs. R. F.I p
    through natural channels, the ca- t isasasHSHs f
    order has grown Stearns, which died the day previouswas i
    poison and the mucous lining i. !
    w.- f',und the quar- of the nose, throat and trachea i interred at St. Michael's ceme- THE Character. Style and Quality of our Clothing recommend themselves, but wh-n marked at One-Third [

    :''r too small and it I'are freed from the excessive mucus i i tery at 4 p. m. yesterday. Leas than: exclusive dealers' prices, it's to your self-interest to make the savings by coming; here. ; .S .: :''I, I

    1 rot f securing more which collects and causes the Inwk- i There will be an important meeting 5|}-See Our Big Show Windows for Powerful Convincers. > t ; I I '

    ins, spitting and gagging, becan-ei I of the K. I. K. association at 1 :

    iiid build a larger the excessive secretion is not furnished I Catholic Knights hall tonight. All 500 Pairs IJoys' Pants all wool, 4 to 100 Boys' Blue Black and Scotch Men's Dress Trop"era.-Our Line I.

    ::l.It the building I from healthy blotd.Stuart's members are urged to attend. 15 years Cheviot Suits 6 to 15 year, Comprises; :all!l that is Good in I +II I. !
    Catarrh Tablets contain The regular monthly meeting of 50c pair. $2.00. Men's FiLe Trouserings. : i'A
    : of the same valuable Look is all we Ak. The PriceDoes .- I i
    'A : fjntiaue to meet many: the Chamber: of Commerce will be I
    f grocery will be .'. tics used in sprays and auti""p'l held at 7 o'clock to-night. Businessof 3k: Pairs Boys' Pants worth f 1.00, 350 Hoys' Dre=s Suits, all materials, the J et. I i I I1 I
    : instead of being applfVd to the in. to 15 years, U to 15 years, f \ I ,
    line stand: but it I importance. All members are $3, $3 3 50 O, $4 4, $'1 50 a n pO"t 6, :
    tinned membranes; of the nose and I' urged to attend. 75c pair. S2 23; $250: $3.5Ufluptofe .r r : I I i
    : ::' *purchaser has throat they are taken into the stomach I
    Must; be Seen to he Appreciated. I 1
    ,j- i the rents. : and thus reach the blood, the I The "Sturgeon," Captain liusbee, ,I 3(50 Pairs Roys' Dress:;:; Pants, worth ; Our rlu lh h.d\'whltwecalldof. Khfg Wndows| prove con ,:;-i' .! j i.' a
    real and arrived at Saunders & C>.'s fish f 1 23, 4 to 15 years, ROYS' I r you in 'i'
    oJd Fellows will! seat cause of the disease. FlUe Tail'jrtd Dress Suits and Top
    I Stuart's: Catarrh Tablets are large, I: house this morning with a nice $100 pair.OYEnCOATS., $3.i5, $4.50, $5 !' Coats. A itjVe"savill of $2 60 f;. .
    w hall cannot bei catch of six hundred ; to asuii. '
    : sturgeon ; $3 :
    ; pleasant tasting lozenges, composed
    i ;jiut now but the I of Red Gum Hydrastan, Bloodroot pounds or more. 150: Boys' Plaid suits:\ 6 to 15; years, YOUTHS'! SUITS Cheviots Clays Mm's( $12,50 suits cur mice $10 00 ;!;; t I 1 s
    .. and Worsteds 15 to IS years II ,
    to build a coinmoI and similar catarrh and 75c suit. I
    specifics: so I Mrs. J. M. Hilliard ia having a :
    I uc.itl'rtrs. safe to use that little children suffering I commodious residence erected at the $5.rot; 6. $6 55, JT.oO to J9 50.! Mets HOOEni! fliinrice 12,50 f I

    --- from colds take them with same northeast corner of Gregory and Al- 1U Boys' Blue Cheviot !Suits, 6 to J I Men's 18,00 nib ew price 1500 ,II I
    15 years, 300 Pairs Men's Working Trousers I ,I': ,
    find! Hood's. beneficial results; as adult persons. ciniz: steets, and will occupy it immediately -

    .. ; iniunent cure for No trace of cocaine or opiates, so upon its completion.The $150 suit. Jl, 11.25, f 1.50, t2. |2.25. *2 50. I!Men's Tuv Coat, $6.0010 12 00 !: I

    uJ: wolleu joints common in catarrh medicines, can ,
    regular meeting of the Daughters :
    be found in Stuart's! Catarrh Tablets. '
    !I of the King will be held Friday, iMONDAY'S SPECIALS 1j.: ; I !; ;

    AM h HIM mi: \ IU'UCil\S' r c. Nov., at 4:30 p. in., in the usual I .. .. I
    STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ Remainder of all Colored !SIlk Waists, former- $:!.e;; ONE CASE STANDARD PRINTS, 10 yard"? .1iJC<
    i place. A full attendance is urgently ly $3: 30; to $600. .... ..... ...... .. . .. ... i ONE CASE PERCALES.l.lhhtand Dark, 12".;c '.1 t : v ,i #
    I requested as matters of importance: 33; Pieces New Fall Percales value. ... ... .. f'1'IC' I| value per yard ... . .. ... .... . .. .. .. .... lOci :I' ;! i
    Will make regular trips between will be discussed.The 'i 1" f I '.

    : Pensacola, l'ointVastington and Merchants hotel has for yr ar< W. J. & B. FORBES. '
    \ Freeport. Leave Baylen street I been famed as the best appointedhotel : I
    wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive -: ,! ,
    I in Pensacola. It is under I
    -- - --- - -
    at 6 -- ---- -- --
    at Freeport p. in. same day. i !
    Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. capable and courteous, managementand Srartlin*;, Cut True. If You Buy Them at the Bo;ton Shoe Store They are Good !! I i ir j

    .\ .. be amid arrive Pensacola 6 p. m. same m'l I everything is served in first. "If every one knew what a grand i ii !I
    .t : y class style. Every innovation incident medicine Dr. King's New Life Pillsis I i -
    Fare round trip$5 one $3. : i.
    ; way
    : w !Wor.r: to modern hotel-keeping has ;," writes D. H. Turner Dempseytown -

    v -- -. < ,. .!. i! rn, i. Salty -THOS.---Cosi- oN, Captain. I i I Ii i I been introduced by the manager and I a day., Pa., Two"you'd weeks'sell use all you has made havein j:!A MATTER OF TASTE. 1, i +; : }

    the want for nothing that can "
    -' i K. It. i'.t;'g-". i this out and take it to I' guests a new man of me. Infallible for I
    Cut any
    be obtained in the best hotels of the constipation; stomach and liver I :Y !
    \ '' j' I .ire i ii: course of drugstore or medicineJdealer& and D'Alemberte'sdrug I Loud, Fancy Cut and Perforated Shoe do not do the Mot, i

    !-' ',T .e'r*. James get a free sample: of Chamberlain's II country. troubles.5e store, 121 at S.!W.Palafox A. street.Frances' Talking. Good Shoes that are Plain Speak Volumes in t'' !: J I .
    Stomach aud Liver Tablets, the betplnic. ; I
    A great tourists are in the -- Dignified Way. I i
    many ---
    I ,1,1- l--bley. They cleanse invigorate i
    the stomach improve the appe- city and a great many more are arriving Cigars ;
    1 :i i11 of Pen*acnla tite and regulate: the bowels. Regular -i on every train, and one of the at Solomon's Diplomats ctsstraight. Ruth = Beulah $2.00 Shoes I rJ:

    ": .:ckly dotted with.. size, 25c l per box. : new arrivals said today that a great I I

    i:. i yet there sefnis Watch for imitation beer I, many more will be here this winter I i
    ----- -
    Ladies' Shoe* full of the little niceties ) :
    than ever before. These winter visitors are seen only HI cu-- I ;
    : i nut for sale I I
    or in Cleaning ladies skirts and waists
    being passed on the public i\ will come mainly from Illinois i I torn hoe*. They have correct shape ;md ?wing heeling ;

    for Schlitz; see that every and Indiana, and the happy tourist : is one of o".r specialties Star! Laun i that you will appreciate Uuth-Buulit- a-k that you j f

    'I'r :o.1\Y \'f'ars cork is branded:"Schlitz." I club, which was organized here last dry. call and look at then 1! : ; I i iI
    II !
    ..... winter will be re-formed with a I ..... ,I
    .rllls9 SYRUP hat have
    W.VVAL STOUKS MAUKET.lUlly A Refrigerators- a I !
    much larger membership. number i
    "Y I Yt>ars while by millionsolircn teething IteIKrtf for The New l>j I of the last: winter's membershiphave i few left, which we will sell i I 1.1' ;

    .,::paincures ootha the cbtldr wln!. Union Naval Stores Go, i, already arrived in Pensacola. : at cost. Marston Oaina.. I Boston Shoe Stores: t

    sturdy for Diarrhoea I Roar.t .bll' l' Ainitl Flanips. I

    or little sutTcrer 1m- w ...... .... .. U I;; R..n jjWU ; I Breaking into a blazing home, I I RAMHOUSEiOE t I I'
    i'ruggists wery pan _.... ... .... II 7;:; U.; 117 South Palafox.
    'Y rlre CHnts a bottle s-. . ... 8Is I 1" ..... .. ... .._.... 1 45'' Some firemen lately dragged the I : i t .
    M Wlnslow'a Suoth- M. ... ..... at', E..lii sleeping inmates; from death. Fancied : fI .
    'i >other kind.xocolato K: _... ... ............ : 5a u......_.............. I ..iiL. security and death near. ItV i NIGHT ONLY II/ 0' (t, (\ r, /\ !\.fl ( \ !\..Jt! .Jr t ;1

    F I .. .. ..... P a, C.t; below ........ 1 :a; tint way when ynn neglect cough; 7. ,+t'c, NOVEMBER I ;, 1t e\irUesffrt\ rI rr i jJ I I
    W' with SPIRITS TJIU.ItlTIl'osI'! and cold- Don't do it. Dr. King's i Friday, November I II ,i :
    C at Solo. New Di-covery fir Consumption; j jsrives : I ,
    f cam
    IT. CALL FOR PABST NEW MALT. BEER- perfect protection against nil |I II I ....THE.... :::: i .1
    ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PL'Rr.IIIIADQUAKTKKS I. Throat: Lhest and Lung Troubles A Play that will Create the Sena. : t NICK'S
    Keep it near, and avoid surf<>ring, '; tion of the Day. .1 :F i.1 II IIl' j ; .
    ,.. & Wall ,
    death and doctor's bill A teaspoonful I I IJI1 Quinlan 2'! I f!
    : ;:ooam ecoeooaoso! ooocoasso oa,oers ato ;top a hate: cough, persistent :. DAVID TltAITKL: ,, ; (
    u=a the most stubborn. Harmless ; : t
    I l'
    : : '4 and DoublI. Cellar Pads : tj
    ; ,. Single ah1nicp tistitif; It'; ;irnarautt-fJ I'KFSEXTS :
    at. ,. to satisfy by \\". A. D'Alenberte,121: IMPEBIALJIHSTBELSDirection i ( A UP.A if rr 'j !
    and Harness. S. P.iLifux, "troet. l'ncjU; and |\1. 1, A
    I ,' Buggy Wagon Riding r I1
    > 2 TTHMORL5'A
    Tri. I bottle free.THEWEATHER LILQRfl R :
    r -- --- -- -- MI. DAs ill INI.AN, I l'ltc tf' ,

    i i Mai.asrer: and Interlocutor t\\." c'1 1.
    saddles ,
    0 of Life Founded on : Al. O. Field Min*trel-. ? I t
    : and Wagons Romance : '
    BuggIes E
    ) \ OniJ.iV Novel -'ritrathmore," and I DAILY MENUS ::11 ; i
    : I INSTAU,1EI\ Saddle! e I author of "Moths," "I'nJfr Two
    Si Flags etc., with the pnj'uLlrct.. I 42-ALL STARS42Greatest ,1 ;
    \ ....OR CASH.... TODAYLocal re's, Comprise; all the UptoDtehea :i 1
    Blankets. DatI> the, )):Lr. I,I
    i ; REERS'REPOSITORYs 1 a Drew Trescott cf First Part- !
    ; I Virginia Matchless Olio! 'ktts of the World 'f' ,f fAffJP1. i

    ;I'l'l l' SQ--SI1 S. Palafox $i. Spurs, Forecast-Cloudy,tonight' a'..1,ouhrant Kn- Supported by Alexander Frank anda Picked Vocalists 1 Exclusive: Specialties! t .

    ............... _____---'--'" p.J day: Unlit variable wiafU becoming Company of Carefully I 3 1..
    I Selected Players. i ,

    : 's. :< Extra Shafts and Po1cs ..01. Harness g !, Temperature-in Last 21 Hours: j I Produced in a :Manner Equal to any Gar CCn3 Streft( tfttBt at NUDE: Ladies' }Private i" :}, t

    1 Maximum .... ...... ... ......... .. .... T'-legrees New, York Production. I
    4 For Buggies and \Vagons. Parts : Mmimum .............. ... ...... ............. iHdegrt-es I Dining Parlor. I
    0 I Prices-25.; DO 75c; anJ *1 Xi. i Prie--:2o. (;11 Toe :and il "J :
    e --- -- -- 6 .
    --- nO'I1.1
    Seat on Wednesday -
    0 -
    Temperature Elsewhere: I -- ;
    : low Prices Easy Terms Of All Ktcds.eq s, Max. l I Frances' Diplomats CIgars "

    .Atlanta.. .. ................... fi" )11:1'1 November 8. at SolomonV-IO cts Regular! Dinner .j
    .tt.s..8.e..o.! ...o0ozota o0ot&oQOeo..: KUmarrk .... .... ....... ... ....- > Saturday, Daily. ; :
    Chirac" .- M H ptndgnt.J. .
    Cincinnati. M 5IUalreston ONE PERFORMANCE! -
    i _._ .-.._M PoS .. yc.u w mi i .atiifiiific'Tii watch :' .1
    :. Huron ._ W :!i >r :.alJ luoncyIf -v, ciliu I Shortrlrra Promptly :
    FOU Jacksonville .___._ ..' r"
    'hansapity., ._..__ ....._._....41 LM repi.etlhe j jeweler. He will acoiuintxtate CiIrI.Nikht I tor lay. f :
    $. I Key West..-.. k hI 1 jll'." .WARFIELD. you. i I t tIt
    SCHOOLBOOKS* Memphis .- .. .. I -- -- 'I. I -1
    Mobile a" t .
    I Montgomery .? ......... 7>> w Try Forgo at Solomon's. tt'. Something Good to Eat } ;
    '*'}K I Orleans..ew I In His Whirlwind Success, you'll line I it at I
    nnati 7s W IAHHNCA3, Fla.. Oct. f P .
    COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. I 81.: Louis .-..5>, jI FORT 1W2.\ -.SaaUd proposals, in Nick Apostle's ; = z

    I I The Auctioneer triplicate, will be received until
    GEM BOOK STORE. I TO CUUK: A COLD IX OXK: DAY>> 11:30 a. m.. Nov. la, 19u2! for contructinr Popular Restaurant. ',. .r
    .. I > plumbing elf ctric wiring
    Take Laxative Rromo Quinine
    A I This signature 'frlf L on every ,! Four Crowded Months at the Bijou two ingle !'*t!! S. C.O. Quarters, .
    Lucy of School.,upplie:, Tablet, Pencils, Penholders, Etc. I box, 2nc.PABST; 1AI7 /+r/ Theatre, New York. Fort Mclle'e, Fla. U. S. reserves i v mm k I; I..
    I I right to reject or accept any or all

    SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. t NEW MILT BEER IS THE I UNDER MANAGEMENT OF proposals or any part thereof. Information -- --- .-- -- I i
    : PUREST AND BEST MADE. CALL FOR furnished on application. :

    : IT. i ...DAVID BELASCO... Envelope! containing! i proposals Watch your corks
    i ; see
    CHAS. R. JOHNSON should be marked "Propo al,} for
    iI I Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m., lOc. I Prices 50, 75c! f 1 and $l.bO. Construction, addressed to W. E. that they are ran clod ',

    J 21H SOUTH PALAFOX STItEET. I la doz., at Solomon's. I Beats on sale Thursday at noon. Cole, Q. M. 20' Ct4tl7nov2t 1 "8chlitz." yyi 5Fj J ,. .F,


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    c L I Black satin intensifies the effect of. And That Wa V by He "'a. Not In-

    round shouJ ll's.I I terrkted In the Case.
    i I
    President: of the Shakespearian Club. Kansas City. All stomach and bowel
    I A shabby silk shirt: waist has been The sudden manner In which the troubles in cL .
    due to a single cause
    -Indigestion a:1
    L ,
    )known to continue its ,'IIiI1Z'n tL! rcul)
    I uiu-siou in life u ter.n that was "
    Your booklet to nervous tension. The neneshome Flux colic cholera morlus durrh
    came my ,
    a first r:,Ie jarktt Lump. i halted was cnouj-h to *?: >>w t'..u tin I all
    Liu a message of health .4j soon begin to give way under : complaints of like nature arcr:... r :1
    whin I had sufiered wish the strain.Yon perhaps jam \''L\'II ri['i,fns up tile seam of an all driver was surprised at somi-il 1.g...:; III foods, fermenting In the etoauch 1 -el

    headache,backache: and bear at any unusual disturbance, ,,!,:rt. if the n:;plug: is started from tl.t! | took his Lat off and waved itit ., ir.a. prevent fever and to cure such in ',' 4'l

    ing-down paics. I was weak, or laugh or weep, hysterically ;( bottom the ;;,it>\ls are much less l.kelyj : I who was working in the field tit t't to the membranes lining the btu t..a :

    nervous and skikal ana at no apparent cause. j tear at tiie edge; :!. same time calling at tLe top mil hIS perfect digestion.! ,IU

    had not cti1Sulcda.tydo.-tor! That is what iRss Fay; Lee i i Cry: Is a most color lend1 I voice: / Digests
    ( thinking it would! pass away r v f.03}a North Seventh Street itself "S t-h-e-r-f!" I In.ny (a 0 D 0 l
    Ing; to a Lumber of combinations I.f
    i in time, but instead I found ( Kansas City Kansas, was I What You
    t that the pains increased and coming to when she rescued and may be s:) made that! it will be becoming "What do ye WlIU" asked the man & : Cat
    ,,{ Kodol Is the
    + were more frequect. I d,- ti herself by taking Wine of :I ; to \\uaitii of all n;,.cs.I who was wvrkius as l.e came and' and bow el troubles new discovery which r .
    : by '
    it tided Wine of Cardui Cardui. The \\ ine made leaned over the fence without lettinggo remoring cat.- -
    s_ to try Fay Lu. I i Grease on silk may be removed with "" remedy checks fermentation asweetens
    ; clean-
    and in a short time was much her a strong,healthy woman i jowdered chalk er magnesia. Place of the lilies over his team. thestomach. Kodol digests all classes of food '

    improved. It seemed to act like a charm. again, as it has made a million other I the i-owdir ou the spot and then bold fnear it "Didn't ye Il'ar.Iout it?" all of the nourishment health and strength it contains.and k-" 'I..i

    t I kept up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By inducing | the tire. The grease will thus 'Bout what?" Cures Indigestion| Dyspepsia and ail Stomach Troubles
    - ( was most satisfactory.; : Voids fail to express regular menstruation the entire ." "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is Just the thing for ,
    FOOD l-o absorbed' awl be brushed "It'a poln'! on.What's dyipepsla and atom ,
    for the that may belpedrnemorethanantblnlft'be In A
    my saved gratitude I am ia suffering fine health system is relieved of the terrible wasting I Iphysically off with the powder. goin1 en?" Oscu laingCherry V'al1 ey,N. y, IODl5tandln.; case ot caUJ'rb uf '".

    a cow and me.mentally. I can only drains. The ligaments which hold the With good and "Land sakes! There's a man fur ye.Yell Prepared only by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chlesjo. Sold by all ',._ .,
    : say care brushing an all
    c ..p 'thank you', but there: ii much more ia womb healthy in flow place and are that strengthened organ! is returned by a I wool English serge costume will last be sayin meat yer uncle didn't eac Hinafc ceasa! : cm The brOllcWtu r.yorlt6: grippe household thruas; remedy and tuna for tr_ ':'auy-

    heart for you" die; an' leave a will that mentions ye
    my to its normal position. Returning for years, and when its day of grace is

    rrjEARIXG-DOWN pains are the health is the result. This is what i past as n gown it can be cleaned and ter have a [hull lot o' money If the other John SheppardHariris' Pharmacy Sidney K

    l [I* worst that women know. If. made Into the best sort of uLJ'rrL.lrt fellers don't succit-d In breakin' It."
    Wine of Cardui has done for thousands I I an -
    r' U
    : from this -
    you are suffering fur "Course I knowwl that" -
    of the best women in America. J rainy day wear.
    Ie need not be uncertain
    you ".\n' the case COllie up fur trial this
    I about i it. The pins ia the abdomen If you need advice write The Ladies' I The well dressed girl sews yards of mornin'" '
    and back that fed as if heavy weights i I Ftillttu''hl.l rulllmg: upon the front fMV" '
    tJF 1 Advisory Department The Chatta- Lrrudths, "I kuowed that too." ?TRY TRH N V Vl \Vfl1TA1LAv'e
    F: werepufingd".rnonthenervescf; the noogaMedicineCompanyChattanooga: <'f her corset covers to pr o- mm *
    the courthouse
    "Then why wasn't 'e to -
    ) up
    }' "I''a' g-l1own due
    F'O: : :ach are rains" Tenn. all the tJ'iral.letralght full effectat
    t *. at describing your symptomsfreely !' takia' an interest Inter it same
    Th>' not e parti nlarly severe : .
    y n.:1Y and a letter cf alnce111 be' It can be ripped off at '
    rre-'nt but tl>'r are worse. : ez the rest on ('m did .
    growing --- -- _._
    u iii->ni'iii'notice.. Is easily laundered ------ ---
    l. That l.p.IC1.; : ."" *ulii nearly drives you sent jOu. Secure a 1.00 bottle of Wine ithd, "AVaal, ye see this here's a buy season -
    : ii\t' the effect better than
    distracte4 n j\r ii cauaJ by the temLleHIM of Cardui from your druggist today.11TINwt' > anyi with me If I hedn't nothiu' else
    !l.:::::- ilf.I .
    Ittd ter do, I wouldn't mind droppin' in all :
    : A million suffering women f i II I Diet For Young Mntliern. hearin' 'em nrgy; "hack an' fort!). But Iduntm T
    i f .nARDVI I have tound relief '
    0 in s I care munch which o' the, law
    kr l l Wine of Cardui. j I i 'il.uv i h i a decided difference of dit'tl'l1l',1 .
    i __- qf ;: fur before the birth of a child yers !gits lie money.: Detroit! Free -t't'i'F--SOR 111 A\ hKY; V
    -, -,- --- --
    I ---- -- I'ress.
    ::mid atur. In both cases the mother IHPORT
    yu AND JOBBER O :
    1 "..j"i. "'.*1, lib551 -::.. metal\, nourishing to xl !because she Las
    flow 11.n': 0'1.. .Are 'I nc e. behind the Seme
    ; : .' 1 ;. r.r! two to care fvr, !but whit is advisableto Peep -
    'k.Mi'kt's arc iiu.di; for two pur- Citizen-The absurd manner in which: HARTWAEIron 1
    ; r : ..j I. .. .I.d. ueat the one time is not always
    Eskcte PUN,"<., f [ ;tu.lum,: and for doctiraiioiistv I : ,
    is curried is
    :.1:0: : '': ,i.ii !1.'...- 1 1.,1'.1', I!.:II.t. i the last at the other. The fact that a the city work on so provok

    ,, ._ .:. : 0 I I I'1 1 I'! f'l lu'i* to CI'j it1iijtiiii. ..
    l y' r : :t ....-t .." matte ui -1t'd.II"a :; (' :t : of U parts of miter :2: of sulphur and wiry or fat and Hubby or small! condition than it is dug up for a sewer NailAxea! t'h.-wl I?, Saw Mill and .'1t.. d.

    4 I e I au! 3 of charcoal.! The decorative or water Iillt' which might just as well SupplieCookiuuruud: Heating StovePun..
    boii"d and .r.
    lull iii-nle Mind and
    v k 9 1 11 JI'O'"a 1 a: core. yet strong vigorous;
    1, 4 rocket) !i.> the one we see used on the have been laid i before. Window Glass Gun, Pistols and Fnhiu; Te-
    T la.shape' of the inside of the bell given rice to certain fads of late. I

    'i 'i !> i -.ind sore, with! the jiugli't! inside, fourth of July. It Is COlllloosul of 122Iflits : ::! Mothers regulate their diet without undi.T'taudiiis Ward Statesman-You don't seem to Agate!! Tinware ana IIou erUl'Jlishiu! :.: t ',

    '. ; is |'ii.n 1 1) in the mold of the outside auJt. of find pulverized! powder 0of : ; what this or that food will i I understand the first principle of municipal -

    ..c uflte)
    j.. up the vpaoe Ix-twofn the <'Ol'anJ I do more harm than UJI1. One may if things were done as you would have Revere Giant titched Belting, Northampton E:

    m. !il< Th1 Lot iiH'tal turns the core so TLe main part of the rocket Is a eat so tI.athe will sacrifice the health them there wouldn't !be half so much Wheel Co., Liftia & Rand Powder Co., Johu-on1-I.

    3, g f e' L, that !It cnn tx shaken out, leaving the case made by rolling stout paper, covered of the child to her own or she; may work for the voters of our pJrty-nos- somine, Iron King' and Buck Stoves and Ranges, V
    on one side with Coups & Co. .. Raw: Hide Lace Leather Ma-ti
    rq : lull) within the shell Ball valves. I IS"iH,1 paste around a give her child all the nourishment and ton Evening; Transcript
    t wooden form at the Made Railroad Colors
    same time applying
    and articles become weak and
    H+ ii joints many other nervous She must!

    s 1 w are cast in the same manner.Mum' considerable: pressure. The end is certainly try to keep up her strength, I.lternrjicnlngr.. Masonic Temple @ Fensacoia Fla

    b1, tlun "choked"} or> brought; tightly together but at the same time the must not "How did you enjoy Mrs. Thingum

    .. Ki>5Hi 1'nlaoe. with twine. overdo the matter for a sudden and bob's literary evening .

    i'' One of the most remarkable buildings The paper case thus made is placed! large increase in flesh! Is bad for 1 both "Oh It was to Interesting and instructive

    ; :? In the world is the palace cf the king:: i:I in a copper mold. FO that a conical cop- mother and child. It Is muscular !" said Ethel "There were a

    i"1.4 cf Siam. It is mclo&fd in dazzlingly: I ['('r spindle will 1tISS up through; the strength which counts, not mere ac- golf champion a rich widower, three The Star Laundry

    tF m trb.te: walls over a mile! In circuniftrcne. I I elwhe, and the composition is then cumulations of fat marriageable men and a man who sang ,

    r' \\' tlJn! these walls are temples poured Iu end packed by blows of a Ik-fore deciding! on any diet the coon songs there."

    .;mt' public offic,-s, seraglios. stable for the mallet on a cupper! i>aekiis tool madeto prospective n.otlur should consult a "Anybody else?" Biggest Busiest Best !

    ;t tm irM Eii'Tod elephant[ Mccoiumudatiun for lit o\e-r the I'l' 1tc.: The top of the physician to sec whether there Is i in "Yes; there was an author there, I ,

    s<9 It ItM) troops cavalry, M-ir elephants ('ai'i" then clowd with a layer of her case any Individual peculiarity. believe but nearly everybody snubbed

    r,A'w nt(1: 'cii I :lrl>ellll. There i is; also: n very I I I motet 1.lm't'r. of. p:u'is one inch in thick- Harper's l azar. him. lie kept talking on literary subjects

    CDI" theater, where English, Trench ,! nf;;s. pvirorauii wit II a smart Dole for you know." Philadelphia In

    ;, r III! 'I <;''nuan couip.iui frequently perffi the iM.-'Mu-e of the dame! to the upper When Sermons Fall. I quirer. ___ I h

    !n'f'+re the royal household.! The part
    + 11 t+4 S33t Ix, ": ,' ''icsclf: is extremely fond uf the- paper cylinder! slipped over andpastrl wear out the point of a good A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY.J. .

    y .;:. ..eels.w to tbttop of the case:;; and sur- N. Patterson, night policern! i
    ::4 sermon by rubbing it in to a degree: e.f
    ; ,I Ia.l inounte-d by a p.iptr cone flllcd with tuIllIl''s. when the weary auditor of Nashua, la., writes : "La-t winter I for Tteelves-!
    Jlar.lly.Bilus tow. I had a had cold on my lungs and .1 \
    jawns and forget:: what it was all
    t 1 -Yea: my wife and 1 have tried at least half dozen advertised '-s

    er I, .1 _.', ..1! tbnt whenever I make a mistuivo Ill* \ OLlltt'rllf'd. about anyway. cough medicines and had treatment I
    j "Mamma.; said candid Young America from two We let the i ian.I J"
    physicians without
    I itu to acknowledge the fault at In tome country district in Irelandit getting:, "
    r 'JIII",'. is hot unusual to teetLe owners'ii.iiiic'S "do you know you would have a any benefit. A friend recommended w ( offs we Luuml.: r .
    p I great deal more dIed on me if you Foley's Honey and Tar and two-
    1k .!till, .s-nut when' she is in error you simply| I'Liilkcd on carts and 9 I thtiusfclvtThey will t
    only knew when to top? Sometimes thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider .
    t,4 w:'II <.tll her nttentiuu to the fact? j other \'hldt's. in oi-Jer to comply with it the -- than wf c in. \Ve waiit' "
    t" you say things; that I really fed are greatest co jh: and lung ? i I
    4Tr P.'IUv-WelL: hardly! That wonll legal regulutious. Unfortunately this the work l lg
    true and If would] only then medicine in the world W. A. 1 more by w J
    stop ,
    I e.n.l\:) IIP another one fur rue to ac- custom! (ends itself to the plajiiig, of D'Alemberte,121 S. Palafix St. what we say.
    there I would probably! realize it, ,
    t i' tuualode: to. { ranks en the [part of "liho\s' mat.- '-- '- ---
    but you always go on a\llllfll, preaching -
    Ifa xa > < iiilj iU\\ lII'I1. who souictiincs rub oTl O.L\.STOn.J.A..

    1 1 IIi>r nn :atrmonl lllni l the h'tteriiig and thereby pets the dirt ) and prevailing, and generally say Sean the ita Kid Yaa Hata Pleats & I ALL WORK C. 0. D.
    -'j' + home-thing about tut that I think f'i unjust G cds (MM for flll LH.;! : .
    l ( Kittv. -c'nn-t.-inri-I; wearing a IIa- i Mitr into treul.le1 with the police. Ac.ise S' '
    and then what you said l.rst; is all 4'fZ _
    r ')-i]'l l rill :: on her cngasiuient finger. I of this kind having occurred, a liscounti" cI '-tASli TELEPHONE 14. 27 GARDEN ST

    }1 ; ;l l.i\\ !bet st"-'s ouly trying to fool folks. u:.tiibultry s-i-rycunt accosted a c un-

    pia 2't \ iud\.'Oh.. It\ an engagement; all I I1 1I' 'm1t whose nuiiio bad Utui thus "Mottu'r's way of sermonizing is just WALKED INGRAHAM
    like Bridge-t: cleaning; the brass and HIM roil A IlfDGINS' 5c.holey7s t, Manage; .
    ( "-.t.! se! told me Hbout it. Tbe euj wiped out uuknown to him: "Is this ,
    t irons said another Irreverent young _. --_- --_ --- I
    : .':'w'tt is with her dentist, )'ou. cart yours, my good man? ".\! coors "
    ( critic. .: hl.! first spreads over the Honey and Tar I .
    tl i ,"A and she |pet the ring ou for fear it i is. was the reply! : "do you see any- I --

    t ..; m''l,ht torgii; .-Itobtou Transcr-pt thing; the mutter wid! It"' "I o'!,sarve," whole lurfnc--lIot a point or depression cures colJs. prevents pneumonia WEEKLY: ',-.CJ1aI:"ULL i

    .iid. the ,iceman, "that escapes her. Then she U-gins t>
    {jtouipous |"
    a : l ,.nj YeaiV TOIHIIQT scrub, and mj', Low she does rub it FOB STEAM DITIsIOK! U
    t CURES
    a s r J. j"\lr name is b-Mithfrated. "Thonjc'r : WEAK MEN FREE.
    ,4E i l .> be relieved from tortnrin disi wroug. tjuoth the countryman, In.1"I" I'ENSACOLA:::IA}:OlttCTiaM1ytt DPE1

    ,) after forty year=' torture might; who had never come across the long r a Good ("OUlI.l..lIon. IiiMites Ij-rto and a Happy Home KAILWAY COP:; I',\?a1, | .

    'j I' w.'!'I I c tie tn gratitude of any one tI.t: .()::ary word before "for me names Here arc (certain plain, simple hints for All Trains Il'avPtD", olll fur the Lm.. j
    "' o'lu-illj, nn' I dou't care who knows! li7on llill HayDu, W ;.. Ed
    : :
    arr'iIOIi. lore i.
    How y '
    !A .i Ti! ;: i, what: DjWitt'Witcu hazel: for the securing! or laainteiiauce of a any man may quickly! cure 1111u..U and ro'rt Llarranoa- at :
    Ii: -Lh cnlwl I'est. after years of'iifj! nim from sexual weak- WHISKY
    gal '.'.' did for C. goal ('oniplexioti which can be carried nesslost
    4ti Haney: Jenovj, O. Tllnltiy. night lot-so, vancocflf.etc. Ileaa.marrtreatlortNarrancas ?:lcu |
    t i Ft' If' in mind and praetice-d by the woman ., and enlarge small weak organs to fullsize luwo a.m. arrive at tort hf.rrancau 1t:5!",o
    Witch llnzAKtlvo l '
    : \\ A. Iterren of Finch Ark., who and vigor; bimply send your nami* 1:0up.m.arrl'l'atJo'lirt lrraccas Jatp.D
    ij' r-.ui neither the fees of
    FL ti i ournj ti>." of )piles after J had write", "! wish! to report that Fuley's and address to Dr. Knapp Mf dlcal t o.. I lr.ii ttW; p. m. arrive at tort H--.rranc s 4'lAp D6.16p.m.
    beauty doctors .. several hours Hull Kutldinu. Detroit .Mlcli. And tb. .
    I u r a day y ttr.-l.fcft. Fort Ke-rascaa ',(.' a
    -urr. d Kidney Cure has cured a terrible will glndly send trvv 9
    forty yarCure cut for Wash the face receipt with fu'lclTictions Itot ip m. ar rlve at b ort Karrancsi S: Spj>
    ca-e cf kidney and bladder trouble ciooiuni!; carefully to that any min may en ily cure him- Tra'ns leave
    i' i I itisii-j, wounds i fort itarrancas Pt.::"
    rain di.e.1s-
    i IJ-- that two doctors had given never with very cold wutt'r.t self at bnnit This. is certainly most ir<-nerous i cola at

    % r ,l, f' of conntfrfeits. Hareij' 1'har' A. D'Alfiubtfrte lil S. Palafox up !'> 'V'I. night should\ have a warm soap bathto I ' offerand dully lh mail followingPXtractstukt-n show what think / .
    iiivn 7t5 a m arrIve at P"a..col"J') :
    tl 'G John
    I dt Sheppard.: _Sidney IvuimP. than It rhisina the soap off thoroughly of theirgsneroity."hear l1\lIJ pIll. arrlTr at J'ell""col".lI.ol -, a I

    ACCIDENTALLY KILLS HIMSELF. and ii.g thoroughly with 'Irs-l''a.e accept my sincere 2:00 p. m. arrive at Feaaacol._._. rdc: : p i
    ; erj ,
    ; an
    ; thanks 'or of I
    ( 'eu yours recent date. I have s.itp; m arrive AC Penaacgia _._, 8: 'pa
    IDe glov.'s l.y 'i''elide': them off! upward" uiovuiiuit. I.ulrllll WI 'S to riven jour treatment thorough te.t a- (I T:0)! p. m. arrive Feus coi ....... 7..; p
    t1! Pistol In Overcoat Pocket Gives Banker rub up and never du vn, to counteract completely the bent-tit baa braced been extraordinary. It bib '8.5 p. m. arrive Peasfccol?__ eeu lII, aaturdaye i
    hand thou
    turn and t-traichten the m" up. l am just ai only
    k i ':'.,.." Pull the gloves out Death Wound. drooping lines and l sagging; ; miiselcs. vigorous when a boy and you cannot
    Apr'' "
    smoothly realize bow
    t i3 o'! .y :1\\\) In a elute loUtweru Leon Kan., Now &.Robert J. Tra- Take at [wet one bath a day, rubbing 11t'ar I'Ilrsuur happy 1 met am.bod worked beauti FARE FOB WEEK D!Ye.

    ti---: ve-'. prcsiSect of the First State flack the !IHotly1ol'u11; ; I ly. Remember that fully. P.etults were exactly what I needed. Pen acla to tort Narraacae and return 44.
    IMPIT. Clos treated iu this Strength and vigor have fensscaU to Navy Yard; And return I Ui
    ye frat; \\ mil kn-t! .n.-li: longer: than it of I oti, accidentally! shot and kilkilblniielf Lot water is necessary to cleanse and and enlargement U completely entirely satis returned Poniicol to Palmetto Beech and ret ern \u Famous at home for

    1)1'"n'' 1 b>' the ticker tips at a supper given by the OrJf told water to Invigorate and set the factory."ln-arWiM" Yours SUNDAY ICREOUDE.watther .

    e I r of I oral Neighbors, lie lifted an blood to circulating. Ko-cwator and no trouble-making was use received of tbe receipt and 1 bad as whet psrma tbe rac.nlr.g t Generations past1

    (! tnunllml. overcoat helonglni to a deputy sheriff elder Howi-r water are bent tidal ins.dtcttiug dlrt'cted.ond can truthfully say It Is a boon open conches

    :fr.$ "Dut to weak men. I am greatly LeaVE rentioolk. now all ovci
    why. u..l'.lll\! subchief\ of tIe from the skin.Urmeily improved In L1' Fart1arraatr
    a chair anj a revolver in size.blrength and '
    one vigor: 9 .
    : + 41t t car.'iii'.il; ::! bias. "do j"ii insist upon having : of the pook ts was discharged.The All correspondence Is etrlctly confident It *.m.. m. n it the World.For .
    & 'nsit the who tlal, mailed In plain, sealed envVlopo. 'rho ( .
    innn Mi White l leading the ball I'or ('nt Cullrlp. p m. 3 p. m.
    entered the receipt Is free for
    t nipple and the the asking and they wane IF-n: ip.m. Hat ttyDannheisser
    cIJII'e against; us MT'i'd up at the ban- wound caused death in less than an r:1D011I1':) have Iilll their finger \ ery mall to have It.The. Ip.m p.m.

    E r 'IIIN tl.!is e\enint;? lie atoms t., l.eLnrd hour He was weatlhy, prominent iii tails ruined by bad manicuring.; The 4 p.m pm Bros
    I, 'pm. sp.1I
    4J r.s units Impress and social life and a nativeof first athiiegiven to these sufferers is ( p, m. r p.m.Taa .
    q "Huh" answered; ,l.e chief! of the if they e-aniiot flail l a manicure who roe _
    Js Clinton. Iowa. He was 40 aceD: .s.y --- --- --
    'I cannibal: Is:,;!. '1 rend in a book of jeaisoM. thoroughly;: understand her bu-iniss to Tonic 1'elu..oola art Brraac NaY> -- -

    11 t poetry left by our last uioal that time par Excellence. 1 and and return_____.__ jj, DR. KING'STRY
    Irate manicures Inn .
    covertly Pllllt"oOla
    Ii 1'
    ., I) Palmefsc' Ii.aeh ml
    lir..M ,-t are the tcudtTVMt.: "-HaltimoreDon't THE To tLo&e women who basuirtrtU '.tara._________ iholToil NEW DISCOVERYFOR

    Amcritau.'t ANGLO-JAPANESE PACT from Imd manicuring and chcpptd <'uticle yen '''.Ior'''' arts rte a. m
    r -
    The here is a little remedy that will THAT COLD
    SOt'f'r position taken by England and

    : : ; Never brin,;; a human being, how- Japan looks much like a version of the be found very ethcient in counteracting .a,: Every Woman? TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

    i A) ever silly igll rlIt: ai>,J weak-nlwve :Monroe doctrine applied to eastern nay of the bad reut! : ii tnter1tedkMa( w Cures ConsumptionC .
    Get Iu ('('nt-' worth of olive! oil! f' .L
    pure uttijeir -rfo.
    all any little child -to starve and confusion \ia.-St. Louis Globs: Democrat ; .
    C'F Colds '
    and a small tin I II I N4R1L Whirling Spray Bronchitis APneumoniaJIayFev.r.i-
    j cup. ,
    !4.I, of hue. Never, by petulance, l>y Great UriUln! ly the abandonment of f A Wine '1- "c 'c.-TLe new l.i..I.rrt., /, .
    ; 1,1 GUfpii-iun: = ; t>.\ ridicule even I by selfish! VVeihaiwei nnd by the conclusion of Heat the oil o\er: a gas jet taking: I The btit specific Cort/raT.1 \rt twae.aA. a. Np-vf jI' .'

    I1 and silly haste junor. abo\e all by in- her treaty with Japan has simply disembarrassed care it dots not get too hot; Niak the Malaria! and remedy for / Itlkwnl..utly risy, I.aGrippc IIoar"l'Ju"
    lingers in this for fifteen minutes, beating Typhoid ,
    tlulglng! in the brutal pleasure of a herself of Impediments to v e.kl.ardr.r.Wark... d
    Fevers Sore
    If Ar Throat
    .n"'ot >'
    the oil whenever it cools. lUPIN'tee' Croup
    : sneer, crush what Is Curst and rouse demanding; the then door and to maintaining Colds, Influenza II 'R' .L. all+pt Do ,
    up what is o. ar; frt ia the beart of any the integrity of China.-UUcaHeraldI'i'ratch. If this is done three times a reek and t. 4c. luatn aerLatrendwtnprren..elbort-.Ldltaree "VYhoopir1? Cou h.
    the cuticle isn't cut, the! result ia two foil purtii-nlani 1
    fellocrt'atul'l'. IQt\1o.-I"n'|In. /
    I weeks is sururisinc.: Tuutk.t ,...he&. MtHI Le0.. ? < NO CURE. NO PAY
    i: bl.! --- -. Room LYc Times ISh11, New York. Price 50c. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES'! .

    t-'s ---
    rlra,' -- -.;&

    r' y The H-O : "SS:?. Company .,. /l .

    .r } ; Light Biscuit Light Pastry Light Calmer .

    1 Light Work Light Cost.-SURE and-

    J Quick-as-a-wink "

    t : 91 p.

    : resto. Quick! as magic---

    ik Kt i '"- light as fairy breath I IJ.

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    eBfUMITISM Davis, of Msrlwettier: ,Introduces General A Dellghtfnl Parlor Pastime For an

    Appropriations Bill. Evening Party.

    Atlanta, Nov. 5.-II r. Davis of A delightful; pastime when you have

    Merlwethcr.; chairman of the committee your little friends at your house for a t

    on ap y'! iprlatlons, introduced the party in the evening; is playing; shadow t : :

    Some people have been suffering general appropriations bill in the pantomimes. This amusement makes j

    ACUTE AND CHRONIC, from Rheumatism so long that house )yesterday which was read the lots of good fun, and it is easy and I. ,,

    they can scarcely remember theiJUSCULAR first tine and referred to his commit- simple too. Here is the way it is done: I ., f. ,;

    MERCURIAL time when they were entirely free Fix a white sheet across the room i; j ;; ; t

    from an ache or pain, and have tee.This is one of the two most important or, what is letter over folding; doors, for Infants and Children. I

    long since forgotten the joys of a painless bills of the session and Mr. Davis and place a light; behind: it on the floor. 11 I 'tiThe k
    TICULAR AND Seat the before the Kind You Have Always Bought Las borne the signature i f
    A existence. They are at the mercy of every : said he introduced it now in ia company screenwithout 1a
    ill wind, and their misery is aggravated complete shape in order to get it before lights. The actors !mice and tlf Cha. II. Fletcher, and has been wade under his 'I r

    INFLAMMA TORY. by exposure to cold or sudden changes in the committee as early as possi act behind the sheet on \\ ..i11) their personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono I }i

    I the temperature. They become walking ble. He called attention to the fart masnitied shadows are cast by the to tlet-eive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and #

    1"1.1,'rs and most accurate in weather predictions, the increasing pains in that the figures In some instances lamp.: Ofcnionilly they Jump over "(Tu't-as-good" are but Experiments and endanger the ; i
    Ey .. foretelling the approaching storm the of bad the lump und thus appear to the spec '
    ,.-.; arid Joints or coming would have to be changed and were health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
    ..father It is from these constant sufferers that the great army of rheumaticjes put in for tM purpose of getting the $

    ,-_: ,; re-ruitcd. Their bodies are worn out by the incessant pains and bill in shape for prompt consideration. The Kind You Have Always.Bough-t i ; : I

    i' be-Dme so stiffened and benttatte9 Under
    the :
    icts resolution by Mr. Hall of
    Web;:: are at last compelled to give Bowline Green, Ky. Bibb which was adopted the bill provides Bears the Signature of l : .

    hole about on crutches. GOl1t1emen-A\1ou\ year ago I for for .,I
    ,r appropriations only one
    c. was attacked by acute Rheumatism I I kIn -
    Nrx ,reveroutlivedRheumatism; year 1903 Instead of for two years, i ;
    loosens its grip or in my shoulder, arms and legs below I I I
    Wedaease: never the knee. I could raise as has been the custom heretofore.
    not my arm 'I 1I
    accord but must be
    I lrares i.h"b own. intelligent, and persist- to comb my hair. Doctors prescribed Many of the amounts are left blank: U. I 1 I'i -
    t:!rte : Y for me for over two months withoutatWznt because they could not well be estimated '

    tt t: through the blood for giving me any relief. I saw S. S. S. and these will be filled in by For/Over j I'f

    twatsmofeveryvarietyandforni 1 advertised and decided to try it. the committee. The amounts in the Use 30 Years. i '

    1 1;'" tv an over acid condition of Immediately I commenced its use I I bj.i are practically the same as for try efa.A a to....... n ..u.... "...n afW.0. etv I II in
    : t. rd the deposit in muscles, felt better and remarked to my last &i<- -- :9\O '.-. -- i ;
    t jear.The
    mother that I I bad last i
    : of corrosive poisons was glad at
    nerves found some relief. I continued its bill! makes the following salary t. .
    and it is these /
    :, .tp !Titles I
    usa and am entirely well. I will appropriations.! 4 .
    a... :.mces! that produce the I r ,
    "T wiling ad' always feel deeply interested in then I Salary of governor $3.000() salary of tb ixr j t B. V/RIGHT COmPAny( .

    success of S. S. s. since it did me so secretary of state $:..,iO, salary of I ; -' : I
    Ai .T '! -ng as the blood remains much good. Yours truly I l.U. .lit .OJ.E OS THE SHEET rf ,
    treasurer $:!.ouO. salary ct'comptrol! \ lit :
    a ler talii- ia front .,.- it tli.-j' hid jumped ;. I I
    imatism permanentlyat 311 Twelfth Street. general $2,000, salary of attorney Upward through the ceding. Si.iiw \ <\_ : I !
    .. .. :general $2,000 salary of special: attorney 1
    I purified and invigr ----" he contrived with LUMBER LATHS i i'' I'I
    amusing sores
    t: : of W. & A R. R.. f:.(i00, salary of may ,
    : remedy does this so well or so promptly as S. S. S. Itt I a little hire-unity. Chairs and tables f', :
    I commissioner: of agriculture $:!,OOI;). i I '
    < tes to the thin acid blood its nourishing and health-sus- !It' rallitl: i down from aboub! \ DI---- : l,i
    t And when strong, rich blood is again circulating through salary of railroad! commissioners (3( simply pas>iiic them arro" the l.ahtA : I (I. SUED CYPRESS 'BiS8LEi-4l-riel! 5851PENACOiA. i :I : ,!

    f : \ 'ons and irritating matter are washed out of the muscles $7.Mu. salary of prison commissioners strI.1e between two :seeniii'j:: .oii: .ti "Zj t'\ I I
    and joints and the pains at once cease ((3) $I1;;)t10, salary of state school com -?_ '--"'" FLA. ;. .
    bat.Uits may take ihice and Rite: \IMswii I i
    and Rheumatism is a thing of the inisaioner $2.0oO l salary of pension -- -- ::1 s
    ;f' to 1111'11till' 01'wr nji in tinr m, I ,
    past. S. S. S. is purely vegetablemcdiciae :.I commissioner J2nort salary of state the situ |i"u! "!' uf ('Olt::"I' Tl:"' I ; l'1 I l I
    E ':. and does not derange the JiN-aiua! $1.800, salary of assistant K- I, '" D VQQt
    a nctoi: iiii:,t ;I..' ii.ot': the tlt'lu..j"l1 n\. COAL ,
    \ ... stomach like the strong mineral hrarlan $ynt. salary ot physician sanitarium 'u : it'WE
    ,.... their t''" remedies, but builds up the general $:!.5011. salary! of executive seret..rf ?- HS it i ( iinib.iiupward.. C.i.. i! EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MtTH LA "l'I1'RADE : : i

    t 'i. i health increases the appetite and i j s ((4) $6,0'14)! salarjor; ckrk to should IK t..Kei: to leej the prolile ,'II !. j

    tones up the digestion. !' ,tate treasurer $1,600, salary of clerksto the screen sis distiin'f::: :>sp>iMe, and THIS WINTER[ THAN EV1: I1FC n:,: .' i +;
    I 3
    1: I
    Through our Medical Department comptronwr general $4,000. salary practice will oon ugl'4 some' highly 1! .

    .indent Rheumatic sufferer will receive helpful advice ol other: clerks in capitol $6.9110, salaryof humorous::: situating.Ilonny ;: I S E ND US YOUR ORDERS Nc- l. f ': 1I

    : t'elicrienceardskill; without charge. Write us fully about :, ju
    T THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. salary of Judge superior courts each DId Sot Care l'>r :Mire. I Thompson, Olsen & Ct ., .i I f

    $::!"UI.! salary! of solicitor general each ll.'fore we went to England!: we livedon ;

    :.11c&1 Society, Attention.T $:=!/HM), salary of solicitors general each ;
    III Knuiuania. One :
    I it' ,' ; I 1 I ink through the :!ere .will bt a regular; meeting "t: JI.o'M;; salary s preml' 'curt reporter, day father and I wei.t out into the _-- -- --- I'

    t na 1'ell;aCOla Medical Society at m-'raphers.! each $1.500. salary sain fielJs and saw some little: gyps'esplayfag -
    -l:.:'lble articles athe I Board of Health oC'ce it i Ij Ii ESTABLISHED 1863. :
    me court sheriff $1,000.1i. ball with something: that screamedpitifully r :
    'uurely' can find > clock p.m. Tuesday. Nov 11 and 2-1; I
    ,:if. If you I Visiting physicians are coraiailjnvited ; :" total legislative appropriati.ia and when they came nearer OER'fING & COM f. i: I IL
    iyou. ', to attend. !is it J't blank only the amounts pad we 8:1It was a tiny kitten. McKENZIE ;!

    u t1!I.* Diamond line DR.W. C. DEWBERY, ::L' being Inserted--- rather :::1\1' them tome money for it. fe f i!"

    t, ..::1 bdr you buy. President., I Tli,> following appropriations arc nnd \\t' took it home and put it with IK- t

    Di:. L. DEM. HLOCKER, i i made for the various;: state inati'ni some little rabbits we had!, and Mrs. aardWaFe. ;; ;

    l-h HM! loll \ 1IIII( l\S' ;c. n2.Jttf Secretary. i I :. .. Bunny adopted' it at
    Aiademy for the blind M.M'i.' nimith after Sir I !*. Bunny fell !I'
    803 AND 805 8. PALAMIX 8TUEKT.v : Iti I
    : ; ,:, FI :tool for the deaf $:!;;.nno. state sanitarium ill and would not take any food. Tu i-y : .
    .-. .-. I
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    ::![ _
    EZ -.A.G.ENOY--------v >- -f
    from her. I'nt -*<- w- -w iw r-K
    c"l'l 29fl.0oo, state university at i hardly: moved away I
    f,I Athens $S.f i{), srhml of technology: I one day she was missing nearly all REVERE COPPER COMPANYJOIN; A. KOKBLINO'S HOM3 CO.'S : : : i
    WORDS ;It.j"III.! Georgia Normal and Industrial ; #
    TWENTY: day.Late
    : I; cnllcge: $2.J"I"I. North Georgia in the afternoon she came bank: : ;:rdZ&i fall!:, Si's, Ss3tc2l! 1 hstro! ts! 5>:r1 r!:, jiittri, SiitinCOMPAKSWS. I I' ;1 : t
    t'. I Aerirultnral college $7.100. State Normal and scratched at the rabbit JIOU P to Inlet d i
    I.OR9, "TO
    :-F'Or1.o (I:I,J srhnol. Athens $H.O 0. nt-sro co- in, End I saw that she was hoMu'g; I : 'I'i1t { I t
    'J'j :>?f Savannah. $S.OIM> university in- a mouse in her teeth. I C. MsKanzie Oertiu Coll>ctia; A-teat for Iii Pilots' Benevolent Aeao I fJ.

    : I fritf In landscriT fund *ijiU,: &>'.- She made .tnlit.1tt for tiara (that wis elation. : t
    I: TWENTY CENTS. [;jj j' iijers' home $15.0; ). common school bunny's names, woke her up and II

    tI k pushed the mouse nearly in her mouth. SECTION i !
    fund $ W.nflO, sinking fund $inn nitn, THE GARDEN -d:
    '- _u --- if interest on bonded debt $321.880:: dfpaitment Poor Mr". litmny was drea.lfullfrijrhtened >'
    and woul lift have Y I
    of Jio.tioo. stag O-Ca--O :

    in int! i.iv -t'.(1 iu the DAILY NEWS One Cent a rhorni--t and assistant 43, : I that :she: would not go near the rabbit! B1! Ida- '
    : ri "ft{ .i t.-r wonderful results. There! n no I or.tomorest! : ; and oxpciis. of ri >part- house for week.A :. Fensaoola, or i. ;
    : I meat $.">"HO., rontineont fund $ ?.otit.; a ... j 1
    :,: Ltlli: 'ir in-Uiiui. ,u the state for realizing a want I printing fund! $15,0tm contingent ] tlld'J I
    expenses Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
    .. Ituntim to the n"'- .nt' i i
    .h tIH,'" C.IW1! !:: $2.110. public bltildiflg! and I I _
    li One flock of were
    day a sorrows
    I !ETOunds $17.5110. state library $?vw.<
    iiotk-ed excitedly around a house, rJ i
    rtjing Sale. i
    Lots for
    ::)''--':SHAVE YOU A WANT ? I printing supreme court reports j"I""I.) and on going near I saw that a youiu I Beautiful ; .
    pensions! to disabled soldiers $190.0im .
    : I had fallen' from a ne>t under : !E !
    -- J JA pensions for indigent soldiers $31 :?..ifO sparrow 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according -
    I. the tiles and was tot young to fly luu-k:
    II I-
    Gp pensions for widows $191.0iMt.! pension- Suddenly a bantam cock stepped forward I to location and surroundings. I I
    :- Wautl'll. Notoriety 1Vunted to indigent widows -llOO.iMiO. geology; -
    lie eudentlj quite understood '
    8 I. !!' i r, Wmtod.: Opinion \Vauted.C cal department! $s.t OO. the state of aftairs, for he picked: tin Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View ; 1

    tV llited. partner Wautfd.II The appropriation! to choos: is the Lands. f J
    : little mite up very tend.-rly m hit! beat f., High, Dry Fertile t ; :
    same se !ask and is in addition 1 I ,
    I 0 ''. r: \\llItel1.: Quilters IVauted.ii year mounted an empty cart that harpi'iicdto ; ;

    E r 1Vanted. Room 'aated i to the hchol fund derived! from othfisources Incoin"aier.tly near llew: from it for investment ever t ; 'i 5
    The opportunity ;
    such: s hire of convicts. :liquor
    : F '."' 1Vanted. Servant. Wauted.I on to the tiles nnd. >trvtt liins hi:: ui-'k I J !
    tax. and half the rental of the cffered in Pensacola. ,
    I r WanteJ. Team" 1Vanted. out over the edge, n-i'laceil .the sparrow 1 f .
    state road which make a total of
    in its iie. t. :
    H1nttld.. UniOrunen 'VlIIte Should See These Lots ;
    more than $1EOOMO. In doing so. however he overt.ilanml I I ll.ome Seekers 1
    ) I 1Vauted. Vehicles Wall\ed. I i
    Many bills were introduced at yes himself and tumtii--d t'l the !

    J : Wmtel. WiVf Wauted. i I terday's S<'i'sion. among them one providing gnmnd lint after pluuiin; hN! feathutor '<' .A. Vr 01 u bbs 1 : : i
    Wanted. '
    K : W:1I'ted. Xperience ; for the taxation of all public a miuiite he strutted about! ineyadl ( ..

    ( L WantNI. y..u're wanted: to have li) utility franchises in the state. none the worse for his :uhonlineand !

    I, MV! Z".II uouh to place: a..... I evidently vtrj proud of his exploit.Krilllnnt Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streefs. Ii I i I J JII
    cough medicine *o
    There is no popular .
    I i I I f.J :) I a* Foley' Honey and Tar. It : I '
    1 I crntain-t no opiates: r>r poisons; and 1.l
    fails to cure.V.. A. D'Alem- Tour into a watch Mass a little sul II Pre ldeot. Vice.President. f -hler Ai.'i C. blrr I !
    rJj ur nn I1J ( SPECliL: BITES BY TH Iii I berte, 121 Palafox St.COPYRlGttT phuret of carbon and light it. hold, in !.1' .

    .J !1! 1U1Q CCIUIuIS : I __ the I'.ame! a brush uf steed:: wire, and it '
    '. f nu. In WEEK OR MOkiH.i ... .
    I A watch
    will burn beautifully. siring First national ;
    J_. "' _. ._ ,. ,.., m May also be burntil in it. :
    u:; ,;;..' ..:;.:. .:I'3i: I:! Z'='""' I.j',.'':':; ..' -'..' I I ,
    I I .* JI"It'rJ'.

    a '1"1.'l'U LI.NI uu iiAiit__u_(_;_<__)'__)_!..)_-.._. __...__ I 1 1I Mother says the sun Is shining Or PENSACOLA. :Lean.Z7I J I'' : ;
    I 1I Far awa\ across the sta :
    \* \ i improved i>al < sHi SAKAH tH1l0-MaaUaclunr 1I
    "in I
    .'" .ill sit'i'iunts low MKS. d-alet in K air Goodi. Hats Tollfol I Where ;.t's night here and I'm sleeping; r f : -,
    i't'! on I.,'-li K:. frookn. Articles, Hair Oil, etc.,8-JK W. government I 1 d.i'i t see how that can be. :Tl OTO Flt Set t:. .
    I 1 s l'\!'Hfo\ l.. Kislir tlrt'rt. Ht& I : II : ; <
    i WM. H. KKOWLEQ W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. LP.ENT-. ii UYEB. Jb I
    irnlmiiujroj I UnclJ 'k onrc went to China. I II
    J4.: l' 1'Ll)\\VlIt: f .
    I'r' t the on an deep ant: blue; D. G. BRENT, I !
    ....... .
    -- I ,
    \ \ 1 ntd money 1! it gi t back by mormr.g j"
    is .* ...!:' uiiiouci you want FLOWERS And Floral 1.e IIDS- ,,I I Irk i'i- ,n would have to do I

    '"I inn'u.'..rtiiv unproved nail lowest Mouth city!n Trtla-men -real:1I p CUT yislolettfl--Bona. : -drelgna- Norenoa:5i ordered.West for-----cuctomr- GreijurT-- -rwilmWA11'1 (I I Pt 1'O'n; n !. ,,':i t I 1.'i Right I n. like Id tiuh tint- him- I rgr iQ ii m ti & ntn 6 At &d Hi! i 1 ; II I !! :17"We ;

    ,;1). I Cut" II n' A \\ I was up toIt'i' d I 1'I
    I J BOKUOV. MONKY: i. I..9. the sill I sat. I I '
    -j e your propetty. pro TtV-1I: k'''d< o' empty b..r draw our own Bills of Exct.aujce; on Great Britain, Jre&i.6 I I, '
    li'iv or sell real eb- U- I I g'ou: slower just toteiseme. I
    < m description tave *,<" :?< rt A. v'ttrxar: ar pnvutr i I Thought.1. that I might fall asJetp. Germany France, Anstria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Ilnasla, Hoi' '. JI.1 :

    i 'ir tate. Watson attended A Co.W'', .\>; w.. pay nick, aeM I I But 1 s.w that old df'Cel\'er way, t3we1en. Denmark and other European countries .r, 'f f I :
    I MIC. ld..t.Gt'8th aud old ,::benefit*; tupr..n..1 Just drop In the river deep.Now .

    ni rhiee,<>.iftte agents To everyone!'none-I! TEiINir1Wa-htngtnu.I'.C.l rontriietA.MKKICAX: iV>- t t\-I I 'Ve33e13 Dsbursed! npon the Most Favorable Tarns and belt i ; I i f .
    J wf will loJ mo&eydtf' I know you're not in China'I : Taken at Port of eetiraUon Ten or Kiftsen Daji : tI i
    Just ; Obligations
    as Easy Mr. Sun':
    I ,.
    A flown.I* -\ solicitors; .|jpl> to i have caught you there, I 1
    ,, A'J hornlun. at >io. S4 West Oo\eru- I You just stay there In the river I after Vessel Arrives ,
    -h,1 Itu" maul street b..t"'l"1t > and III o'clock the Till the morning is begun! I I {
    ,... -- .r- I tort.not'n. isoclnt ,I i DrSafety DepORJt'oxef ; Rent In Connection i 1 t' i s;
    \ -h! 11 1 trout rooms furpo -- ------- Then get up'cr} early. 'fnfRAuterlll.
    you for thcUsaWE
    \ -ureeentrflltp 1 lo- *A TIolt--\ .:..od mAn to KO to :booth: with whiob wa have a Prim Apartment ; ,
    \\ think
    the '
    Ka"t InteiirtenciaIToclm* iAlri At.. ruu a raw b.-ncU and who 19 I. TO COOK OVER GAS AS OVER y.I.I"t'n Jest lo make IItInng'ay! p :op- '.n c'hba. t I III I r i
    able to look after a moulder Iud to ; j
    -- care ef his knit'-a and saws. Apply to c.N'. Many times I've seen you wink '
    IC -.11.1;. Hrtiennan, run-sen Uuildlng. natf COAL OR KEROSENE ;
    I Po I'll stay and watch till moi'ang.If HOME FREE! 1 ,
    to learn harber tradeKest WILL FURNISH YOUR .
    > tiiMen will keep 1
    II I I nd Kltohen Furniturei' ,1'.t .itlon ever offered. Moreeiperitnpe mv ayes open p
    ,, propo ,
    ot leaving my.ior To make sure that's where )ou're stay '
    In one month titan sbops in oneyear. ,
    :: "" { I tII
    ? ) -treet. lnla'E Tools'agt's eaiunUys. nTH KASIEH IN FACT : inc.AM Wnt. t' ,I. ... J r.: '
    : iU'al .
    : f
    ; I '
    for to- I'H see you upward leap. .. ,. I
    hoard includnl. write catalogue r cent below cost a due'ust .... 'J
    I .
    ..: from the tm'tory; day. Moler Barber CcHeg, New urleans.La. .. .... .", .n, 1 i.' t ,
    n.r... or (aii*. clt>.ks and settI ] In the morning little Jackie.: ., j" ".. .. ....... .oe." .. .I. 'I' t
    .' --- of the the sill. i .,'W. .' :.. .! ,
    : below co-t st Usher's I -- But ought think too, Fast asleep upon "r. I..' ,. "
    you ,
    Ul.M.I''Oil ; ( of" .1 th
    .1. Tarrnnouft M.::: tf MiU A1.K; UU In mother arms was gently l.fted.: .. .... ,.,t'. .' : lI
    freedom from duet and ahes: the For the morning air was chill W rnrv 6, ,. ,., : ., ., ''ak. i tI
    1' i 'J" most 8'.rablo tote in I \LEOK HI.ST-A! country borne '" : I'j'
    "lbY term, by the Klsber8oati I mllei. Iroia city one mile Irom car immediate production of beat, the window II", I ::' :':ii;ili T24Ln'jj ...I. LY'
    and toward the .
    h woke ..
    Kaar on But ;'U./'Irn IIInn.. .. '. :
    Palatorlczl Mrs. property a '
    tney 2HI" IIn. udJournlng .
    i. ,... ,
    the ;
    m Bayou 1'exar. where plenty of fish are of of wife cook or Rushed to find It was day I ". I .III : 1':-- I !
    cau{bt. For furtber particulars applY At saving temper And with burning' cheeks he scouted I' _::: ';". } '.. ; :. : :'. ,!.., 1 I
    I'.rr ititt- 4iTv f't Kelmont strt-rt. alolmi1ndt'rt211rten housekeepers.No be came the other way"Exchange.' T 1 ." ; 1. "I ... .. '' .' ,' ...
    -- _. .. .' : I
    1 ,ul"1 rent (or ilaneetc "{'hnnl. when ,
    : ; delayed breakfast you ; ,
    -11 blunter. Tho--. John- *.r- r*""r* -- -- '- -- --'" 1''' ,, .I. ... 'ti
    SCHOOL, will tieopened ,,, "I t't. -" .' ,.
    t .elmtr .t. -r4 "r
    : -INUEKUAltrEN .I' .Ia.: 1. .
    r.fern .. .
    ----- ao East; Wright street Oct. use !ea*. Ask us all about it. 4v- I Iu : ,-...., '.w r" .a !! ti'Srtr.iss'a. rwI, '.. ii inlr..a
    at 'r ve'Ir +' ''nrr.t ., ( tI
    I .,, P. SIn} I r t
    : \\ .tl-r ty I 1.
    (Iii lieu-e. 5" V r.yr.arer Naelav 9IZdta. 0 1 .n.' 1.:.1., -" .r t "....,.., II' I" MI"t -r .t... c... .Id .:I'. t 1 r t 7iGtalo..a. ,
    ; Ia a Ir. )1. As,.11WILItI 111<'''' j 1.: :. J".I'I> :.', n.'t d.a! ; n 1
    at'h't Ir- ;igIo'lft. ;; I
    i L ," 'I hK uO's .,. e' ur r'uu 'ruts. I t
    \ :"'.. comforts.. Mrs. Condon of horn pro-at .,LWWERtl,- -FAR-FUNEKALtl- fnrnunecpromptly Pen acola Gas Co, :ox:sii4--r! : ca crerj box of tie gmnsn.I SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Ms., ST. LOCI, MO .1; :

    l' in bonQnets or ipeclal design :. .axntiBromOcQuinine Tablets I '
    rtttei. Northern tourists I'I i i; ,
    At Violette Moreno
    J.-ul spend a '.
    : place purr FI the remedy that curie a cold In ODe daj t
    I.:' olm phone1. :gym 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Peniaccla, a 411 tJ '\"

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    ( deal of merriment on the platform FURNISHERS_FOR CASH ONLYTHRIVED. =>

    Ii The Best is the!; of the depot. Enormous MARITIME.FEET

    John D. Davis of Atlanta is at the
    The growth of The Mutual] HERE
    I Cheapest. Escambia today. Mr. Davis repre- .
    H Life Insurance .' Rio Janeiro to ,
    sents Atlanta's new daily The News, Company of It ship Vanloo. 1 J [osso.
    tao- .>-co Bros I|
    _ and is endeavoring to increase the New York is one hundred rfr ,;,;Cap"nor. Ifil UjJbsm Tearrl fie. to I j jPensasola
    A poorcook may make nlivlj rfc-en bread times than that Lumber CoNor
    local interest in the publication.Mrs. greater of the bk.lnzoux.Jorgensen. Anmer1 AREA
    wi'h GOOD LICK U&kmc Powlt-r. but Un 1
    United States. dam to lli sallivaaCLE4KLD.
    b..t <>iok -.t.ul? i >,,'der. "(;Kill I IX'Inot, only! 1 he popu'iti'-n of the Cnne Sax ia ijjo. I I .
    wio! ) have been in Mobile fjr M I ,
    HIPi every r"'l..liren''r.t for 'h' maLugof, a Kr s* Lni-ino, >;.I. Knigbt.: by H Biftr! AnfrCorjnna.
    p-Tfi t I'rl'abut b ,. 1 I a' iti- l.iwtfunla- two weeks, returned 1a-t afternoon. 23,191,876puLtion '. with :SU.118t It ft IU 1bt'r. PRICES
    t< Etre, -"' n ceLtj tier i*>unJ. '.sections"Richmond :, Mrs.'eutworth's father! has been jui.ov s ft avn timber, its.iiiu c ft hewn
    timber alutr $Ja!\5J SiATQCARtNrINE. I
    In JudtXl. :i very sick in that city and his daughter ; The of the United States ia 1900 was _

    9 \ irzmn.55HS3S2SZ52S2S2S2S25V2S23H5J. I, has been attending him. 76,303,387 ) OX MEN'S REPUTABLE AND DEPENDABLE'..M.\: | ,
    Nor bk Johannes 7d. Pallesin I Port .,
    F i i The ladies will have a real treat at palDtop..nla.olaLumbt'rlo: THAT MEANS:: A SAVING TO EVERY Pl'RCrU
    : : Ii. Assets of The Mutual Life insurance .
    --- -- Compan 01
    _ i I Mrs. Kerr's Friday afternoon-a few \cikia iSjo, when ; years old, war I
    missionary tea. There will be a THE SHIPPING.VtfcSELSIX .

    1 : SOCIETY EVENTS lection program by of music Pensacola's, including lyric a so-se- of$1,278,388t The Mutual Life Insurance Company ./ STEAMSHIPSPr PORT. $2.50 i-.AII

    prano, Miss Bernice Nicholson. New fork, January i, opt I
    Cento. Il-U. AlanlS.10 W K J\pyoer.t: CoL'rChettoultlandersoutoiultTran
    s :! Frank B. Shakers, business manager $352,838,971The .: FOR THE CHOICE OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWINKIZES > \ .
    y of the Adelaide Thurston Company awed Ester, 1GM, Horndahl, to L A S K It I j C TO 11.
    T tl rn : is in the city arranging for largest, strongest Life Co Korta, loil, hems, to Fensacola i iOer I II 31 UN'S: Box Calf Kid-Liaed Lace or Congress.3IiX'S ;; .

    Miss Thurston's appearance at the I Insurance Co. in the world. Lumber Co I. Vici Kid-Lined Lace
    Vtii 1r Index! :.I.t, Wilts to Gulf Transit ToKr
    : IN Mrs. V. V. Sheppard of Bagdad i; opera houe on Thursday: Nov. 13 in I LUll no. :--;'0. Knight to HBp.ars Co : 31 UN'S Viei Plain or Cap Toes, Lace or Congress.:
    THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Ir Mailga, I'M; Lggert, to Oulf Transit''
    t { shopping in the city today. her new play hAt Cozy Corners"Ted Co 31 UN'S Velour Calf Bluchers, Cap Toes.3IiX'S .
    r i COMPANY OF NEw YORK Span alarm, :Memdersone toGolf Transit ,
    s i Galbraith, advance man for I Co Patent Leather Lace,
    ly Mr. E I. Anderson and wife of
    n RICHARD A. McdkDi Preiiucnt.CKCIIj It finin INJS: iuino to Gu'f Transit <'0 ,
    t .:amore are vi-itu;* \V. Auder- I Quinlan! & Wall Min-trel*, it at the Br raornlj 1'.7, Major, toW WlttK'i And various other styles at the same price, which we will: j, .

    iI t t I, .. I.I. i cambia tociny. He says this aggregation '! Jacksonville AVII.LCOX,, Manager.Fla. & Co BARKS I j, Remember, every pair of these

    ,, which appears"hHe next i| I
    It <:aviteL. >a; rillippini to l'en-.aeola i i
    i I. D. Fauci er, a physician of note e
    Monday: night, will be a wonderful 11. II. 1 11l0ItXTO11I., Lumber $ 50
    flit I Ijsurprise .:::::.
    arrived. the E5CalllI' order
    -.a: Chicago, : ppn acob. It Edenhurgh.i2st.Marl. to
    I I i to persons who like this | I Uus Ourli, -Z. bvailuUtrum.: to lill M
    jk r .- : :. kind of amU E-ment. Robinson HI I 0 E. .
    : It Iris,7w, ('on'I 1 It'rt', to order
    1 1 @ 'Tr. Dm Gray of Milton was' The children of the Utiiveisalist i I I, A Am Merritt&Lottie I+'oj Moore, 7!>4, bhrppardto Jno I MUST GIVE THE WEARER SATI.SFALT!' > \

    :Ig; .the City of Tampa's: pasi'jrs .: Sunday school will old- TROUBLEAT j Kr Kollo7Jenkln: to master
    this morning. give an i I. Tort Kio I>ouro, Magano!! to fensacola I _ __ _
    r fashioned candy-pulling next Hatur-1 Lumber CDI
    I Nor: tlim, toorder
    MrF.. \\'. Stevens; of Robinson day on the lawn at the home of He,'. I Nor Saint Superb Mono urtJerseu.toorvJtr Miline: MEYER SHOE CO

    H 'i 1'.t came: down the City of Tampa Mrs. Irwin, corner of Hayue and La- i I I Nor 'J' order i ifot I .
    : GENTURYI Iriano order
    s.v, tacheur: to j jbCKOONER
    r t .- morning to spend a few days: Ilu.i ttrpf-tis. Admix"ion.. n Ill cents.. i, I *. I,
    3 friends. : Public invited. I Feet FnraNhm" for Cash Only.
    w cordially
    : 'II
    I Am Donna Christina, 1'w, Axelsen, to'

    '4-y '4' r i M'Ct rtrcde Moore of Cmcini The Pen acola Library Association i SHERIFF SMITH, REQUESTED TO I I i master Am MaryT 'luln"y.1"t'.;, _. to order 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET

    t Am T '>V iiuun. ';:11, iSrown. to Jno A Mer- --.
    arrived and : will six.handed euchre
    i wi yesterday: willpeiid give a girt
    t I her dlul.terIr for 1 SEND DEPUTIES AT ONCE. m.A.ft.6..A._ 4. .5._ .e.Q". .ilQ./I.a.e._ .e e./t1..u! ..
    winter with. : ; j i party the benefit: of the association i I == =.:::-=::__:..=_ =_-=-_:.._ _-__-_-.:.:.:.:.::..:;._: =-= =.: :::,'.: _-- -.n" ;
    i ,V. C. mnklt' I! at the Library building on East Mother Graj's hweet Powders fur ::1 i .1'

    Iijit 3 3"W; .- Dr.V.. A. Mills, who his l been in I i|i Chase street, Thursday night, Nov. Sheriff Bmith received information Children ;' 't: Dress Goods Specials i
    : 6th. An enjoyable time will be held successfully used by Mother Gray. nurse in I
    r tie city to attend the! regular meet- ,, this morning that: there were the Children's Home In New York. Cure ) .
    y inj of the pension hoard: returned by all who can attend. Tickets 25 Feverishness, Hud fetomach. Teething DlsI, I CI )) .
    _ I deputies needed at Century this orders 100\1'and regulate the Bowels anl: 6 -AT- .
    i I cents.
    .k t< Milton this morning; Destroy Worms. over JILUHI testimonials I .
    f \4 !i afternoon, as trouble of a serious nature -\ Thceoererfaif At all druggists, ::;C. 'tam- '
    a C. H. Deile and wife of Moutgom- E. F. Bell of Mississippi, who will pie KKl-.L. AjJress Allen S. Olmsted Le I I1.0r I

    1! 1 .. :y are at the Merchants: today.: Mr. ;ucceed OU Kendall as night clerkat was likely to occur there to- N. \. i THE BIG STORE t

    J '".. die represents a line of dry kilns, the Merchants hotel, is expectedto I day. The sheriff acted at once It Keeps ha 't't'l Warn and 1)ry. 8'1'; .

    .1' It H interviewing Will men. arrive here this; Afternoon and and on the noon train he sent Depu- Ask to-day for.\ .- 'spool-Fuse: ,a pox dt'r. .
    1 It cures Cliilblnins:Swollen ,! i
    Sweating Sore :
    -Z Judge; Chi?. Hwayce and wife ar. will po on duty at once. Mr. Kendall ties Brewton and Vaughn. Aching, Vamp' ,....t. At all Uruggiala and i
    has secured a position as messenger 'i shoe stores c. $
    : .7..d yesterday: afternoon from Delaw What the trouble is or what caused : 5.00 :
    : with the Southern Express:
    is and their home .
    ire are .
    r.. ? occupying such an alarming request to corns '
    ) 1 Company. I II. MALT BEER. IT IS ABSOLUTELY ,

    I.t:.t'i--treets.] corner. of Belmont and HceI ,I., Mr. John Massey, the popular I I; to the sheriff is not known, but from :I PURE. -. d : ;!$-BUYS THIS OUTFIT !-& o:

    clerk at 11. M. Cary & Co.'s office onEat information from there at l'_':;)(U i C.i'-STOnX. .1.)

    J. II. Godwin of Bouifay and: John : Go\"ermnentO street, is; having o'clock it seems that negroes are responsible Bean the He K.r.iI tJ Ha i aW2j'S; Enu ik ) 8 YARDS ALL-WOOL MATERIAL ." of. ..
    lit Starpu if unbridle, Ua.: are at I LL.I' "' 1
    erected u"eH Garden street ahandomedwelling for this second 'JUlro.CkA
    t MiTcLauts today. They are ii.i .- i rupture. 1.F.v'/ i s s LARGE SELECTION OF STYLES'' i;
    in which, rumor j I
    ; is short distance
    Century only a
    teres tell in the purchase of laude G .
    rat has it, he will move early next i A 'I ,
    + '- :ar tle! city. from Bluff Springs and it is thought IgL l\Lr-Ut.fl SALVE, ; ..
    : mouth with u elutifullife .
    partner. most heaitna in .. .
    et'J\IO t"-q wori.l' .
    ; k : i 4i lion. T. F. West, the new member Announcements are not yet in or- deputies will be needed at bothplaces. ; Q .
    } 1 r jlectd t,) the lower house of thet dtr. ,j rAFAKCiAIN talc. I .. '. .

    1.\ Santa l ,. i I. _.. .. .
    rte leilnuro'y; 3 a"Uiity --- ----- -------------
    I Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Thigpen have j Sheriff Fmith sail: this afternoon can be had in one of the 8 .
    ; at the recent eleciijn, is in i' and most desirable .
    4J 1' ::ttcityonbllAnes.. 1 returned from Montgomery, where;.that the request for deputies came sections of Northwest! HHLdirJecl to guaranteed 8 .

    I they have been in attendance to the I|( from Deputy Brewtou, ia whose lease at fair revenue for three years i', 0 ..
    flan of o
    house can be seen at my office. i
    I A'I
    L \V. R. Taylor of \Vashi;{ton, D. : wedding of Mi-s Nellie Thigpen aud tlubbs. nnov2wItuuvl .
    hands had been the
    placed three
    tI' c., an electrician of note, arrived at Dr. Isaac Watkins.. The bride i is .. .' '.
    f fie: Merchants lat and warrants for the assailants: of Matt. I Intl LtstlglIt.5. .1 .
    t t l night :a sifter i of Dr. Thigpen and was a .... : \ .
    lr 'o Fort 1'ickens this morning to m- resident of Greenville. The groomis Sturdivant. The men are bad: ones, I 1"'Oil KENT-Two handsomely furnished I e. .
    rooms with board. All modern con.nlpl1l' .
    I .
    j till electrical apparatus. ; a prominent physician of )Iontmery. I i i I and it is; stated more than one man \'.. ''<>. Reasonable rates Enquire .
    Naw, ollil'e. tinlwNK1THKH '
    I ,
    4 J ;;dP1 M. F. Maury and wife t>f Nah- (\ : will be required to take them into 0. r-LL'\

    t g yule, Tenn., are quests at the Mer- -- I custody.; It is expected iu any cltI\v. NOi'ICLrl. D. ,; .
    - -----------------
    1 '':'nuts. They are just now s- I .
    i j : CITY OF TAMPA event the men will give trouble. .. the captain owners +. .
    i wedding tour, laving: : recently nor con'-ignees of the Brit I .
    l .
    rr : I j If they are found in time this ;fJ.J:t'th tiS Magda will he responsible .
    >K-n married in Na-hvile.! I' for debts contracted ,
    T \ AGAIN RUNNING afternoon Deputies Brewton and I by the crew of said \".,"1. .01' .,
    t I'.io-s. McMillan and wife, whoa PAUL EG.ERT.GulfTransitco. .J ,
    'i Keeling will bring; them to the Pen- .. Captain i .
    e t ::7 the been spending: some weeks in I i onsunee snit < .

    I 'r; t 1 J.iio, were passengers; tu the 4 p. m. lcob jail at -1 p. m. I 1:.- K11'11KK; t tie captain-owns '' e '

    1 ''Y ; yesterday. A few friends ac- The City of Tampa, which was dit- --.;Tr_.A ts "r Nor nor bark consignees will of the hereponsihie b ; REHULAR iJOc o] -\DE..H i 'IJ :

    'Li ) a: ;..Hlp. lIiEl1 them to Florida. abled about two weeks a;') by the i WIllIe there U the there i-> hopei I as:6li< superb for debts contracted J ONE YAW if.KOR VELVETWAIST .. .. . ; *

    k i I afflicted with catarrh could I, by the crew of said vesselI LINING. .... .. .. ..... .... .. .. .i:> 9
    ; Ciptain Charles Wills nf te! breaking of a crank l.aft? i U; again;; WAS : ; ,i I MtLLlXU. : :' :); hKlltTL1NiNi. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .; e
    f t V neither taste nor smell and could Toord..r. captain. |
    Y''L -t .\mer Ili;;ht liower returned from running between Pcnsaeola and' I molt !: ) ONE DOZEN FANCY BUTTONSi\iol> s
    j hear but little Ely's Cream Balm 0 ;) SPOOLILK. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .... .i.iJ I" :
    I t trip up the Cnoctawh.itchie this Milton, to the delight of regular I cured it Marcus G. Hhautz, Hah- I r :st.i'I nor fonsi/nec Hh.K ID CHpiain of the, owners Nor e BRUSH BRAID .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .... .l r

    '' mori.iu..;. The captain is suffering travelers on that route. !, way, N. J. J4-"' hark Arizona ",, ll b ''1' 'r."u attack of C'KEAM HALM reached : Fpoa-l.le for d..bta contractedby i 6t
    : an rheumatism and : me safely: ----
    ... .
    j y wa-s obliged toO home until he ret With the first trip, !since repaired, I and the eiT-ct i.. !-lIrpri in{ :\Y'Jon the crew of said v .t>lALKJOKbENPKX.. : : 9e 9o ; FULL VALUE. .. . .. .. .. .... ..... .. .* 0

    '' j Captain Charles E. Mason a*-umes j says the Urn application pave de- I 8ullh'an Lumber Co.. Cuptam. ; ;
    a i liberates.ttachel: | cUed relief llesppctfullv, Mrs. Consignee liiilt j Sault" in L'.V; Mukri.iNiili 1'anrj Urai
    .i commaLilof: this trim little s-teamer, |' Franklin Freeman, Jovt'r N. H. I i latc.1t for. ... .. . .. .. .. ..... .. .. .... .. *t
    i sc: \ to a large: husk ofrr.. ,
    he having purchased the interest of The Balm doe* not irritate or oiu-e :WELL DRESSED 9O '; li :Flannel. Limn/ :
    .i i'i ul I Mrs. F. M. Dunn which wadi ; 00 Buys yard Fancy'aist : ,
    tt 1.1 1 sneezing Sold by druggists i at Do eti 1 $2. Button, "Silk. 3 yard Applique Laci, D'
    + ut ahead of the couple yesterday, II. L. Crear '. Captain Ma"ou has i i Ior muled by Ely Brothers, 5*! Warreu MISSIVES ; I'.gnl-tr Value . .. .. . . .. . $2.' ) :
    yy w.<- un immense: cow bell, placed, been associated with the Tampa in'' bt.. New York. :
    I Samples of these Material will be Forwarded : : :
    -- ---- ----- I on Aj, I
    there friends. A the
    urely by *
    the past and his return to this workis t When write
    ': :i'.i.k; was moved the discordant I you a note you Sale Good ;
    heartily appreciated by his ; A HIGH PRIDED it ; This Until Nov. 8th.
    i ; t lloe: was heard and caused a grt.atIItI.L j want to have attention -- --- ." .

    E'1 friends. I It must be written on nice :. ....... ... ........................ ..........

    4 jy4[; } CI.IMIJING. .I William Barry, who has'! been rart : PUBLICATION : paper and enclosed in a -

    owner cf the boat ever since the es.
    I suitable We'llupply
    -t ; l-'u",111I1u Makes it a 1'ieasurc envelope. THOS. WATSON & CO.
    ., tablishment of this route still retains the that ,
    ITS 1 [ I have a large: amount nf labor- A. Wagen-ail, of New York, is I ? paper will J JI
    "i iis brain-faiiKUiug; work 10 cl<>." : : his full interest in the steamer 'I fill all
    eV 4 tt t writes a youn, laJy from Kiclnn"id '#, business. at the Merchants hotel today. He I requirements j LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND! INSURANCE AGENTS,

    Va. "Aftt-r returning: from tie of- Is representing: the Maritime! Regis
    4 ti tine, I have: found lUy=elf #t> crmj'.iUly I IN BULK OR I IIIN FKN'SACOLA!! FI/OKIIH,
    s 'i : exhau-U'd that: I11.1.. uU.tlh ter of New York city, one of the Southwist Cor.ier Palafox) and Garden Streets.

    t.rensageaanyrecreati.uorautuset'eut.. ; ; FISHING PARTYRETURNS I highest: priced publications; printed. BOXES :i A FEW VERY DESIRABLE: DWELLINGS, .+< J .* ,

    I tried several: expenMvn tonicswifiout The annual !subscription rate for this and all the popular shades! jt ..-< ,.c ..c ..+oC .'t STORES AND OFFICE: FOR! 1.1! !

    L effect, and finally noticingidvertisement ; I publication is S33, but its reports of I ,
    at : of Grape.Nuts as a and weights.; I IGoes l
    ap 11 I vessel in the world, and of
    fvj recommended work. : every ,. Two large dwelling :!tory.: on North .Two stores connected by I lac
    t to I
    lr b I nationality, is I Eaylen street. wUS all modern ... .,
    every accepted by con"'fnlen'l1h| Brooms and kite! !! ah vUoveroment
    -, I purchased a package: and tried ces gas water. and in residence portion of a.r. I found it extrtmely palatable,, \1 A fishing party composed of a ., shipping men in all quarters and it | Bookstore : city flu per annum. II street, near I'arran "', .

    :,,.r 1 Feda and: :after wek'lse 'two meaNofit [ number of gentlemen from Evansville i is, regarded as an authcrity on all Large( and comfortable dwelling, 2-story, I rent as whole, or separat-l at :

    ;.4t I a day) I noticed a general iiappwenifiit I l matters'! pertaining to shippinginterests. with RH and water throughout large lot. I rental.
    D Ia"1 in my condition the feeling : lud., which left her a few days TKNSACOLA, Hj.V with outhouses, localtd on the corner of
    I La Rua street and stti Ave., (.15 per month. I The McGinn I'.ulldin. ror:imenl '
    4t I of extreme e\ruui was: grow- ago; returned last evening and spent : I __ __ and Tarragona: ttr...t,1," '
    : 1 f tng IHJ*, and strength visibly ins I The Register has a number of regular : A desirable one-st"ry dWt'lIInlcon1Rln- : for boarding/: bouse. Apply for iJ'

    L 1 I, cr 3.ed. the night at the Escambia. They patrons in this city, and Mr. I ANNUAL BALL: ing throughout T rooms south and bath frontage gag within and water easy I .
    Large ')<)ID.'orner Ba i :*
    "I began: to put on flesh and ft'Itrellh' reach of Bt'ltaLd North Hill car lines. Will
    t ilked deal of their last is them.
    : a great trip I Wagensall interviewing lease for J-JO annum. I i tendencia strtots|:Jj per moat
    t :44-i:: to enter into the amusements I per
    t. ,}f tie other members of the family, night, which they said was rather Luck In llnrtccn. Lobe given under Two-story dwelllni, containing s rooms, )i A few ome.., on Palafox tnf, to
    i .
    1 i I r. and 11.after u-iu the fwd for: I i I the auspices of near Belt Line :No l'J't. Barcelona street. "Thlesen" and a iar: HI
    .r ? di-couraging. Among other things By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey, I Will lease for t;::t!> per annum. anteroom, suitable for mettmii par'

    : Fft't t i C eleven son. I month have absolutely, I am like no a new sensation per i they said there was: no game to be '! of Walton"t.., got a box ofBucklen's I HOPE LODGE, NO. 2571! :II -- -- -
    Arnica Salve
    :, that wholly
    i iof II
    : of bll-ht fatigue; "klU; my roy:brain and is healthy clear ; eyes and i found the fishing was poor, and thei cured a horrible Fever Bore on his I I 1nig1itr s %Honor i Examine the corks on \ Genuine Schlitz beer ha ;

    muscles have strengthened to mosquitoes plentiful. They were i I leg. Nothing else could. Positivelycures bottle of Schlitz and the branded on the
    i my Bruises, Felons, Ulcers, Erup- AT WARRIXGTOX: : JLA., I every name

    t ;, walk marked from decree.; the oflice I am home now,able a distance to: 'greatly pleased with the city, how- tions, Boils, Barn, Corns: and Piles.; I IX ODD FELLOWS HALL see that they are branded cork. T n't accept sulnft-

    of 31. miles up oue of the I''ever, and before leaving at noon today Only 25c. Guaranteed by W. A. "Schlitz lutes.
    D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 S. Pala- I
    I _
    TUESDAY NOV. 20 1902
    }f a steepest hills for which our city is i said they would again visit here fox street. I I
    k1' It famous nd to engage iuauyamu ementj -, I I will repair yoar watches and You can get your tOlt"C
    that come in next FOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF I In first-class J. 1
    rr may my way ; year. : FUND. Jewelry style I Mar-
    e without any sensation of extra fa- I NOTICE. Stephens. furnished complete at
    I In the nntwere: J. S. Winberg, I
    ,k tigtte. "j I t" Refreshments will be !; rved. I stonQuina's\ on easy payments
    t L'i am also using your Ponum Food i Joe Greiner, Geo. H. Beck, Phil i There will be a special I
    : Collee with excellent results. My: I meeting of Mt. Ho- ADMISSION; MEN 50 CENTS When call for Schlitz weekly monthly:
    + sister-in-law, who lives In Nor walk, Grill, W. P. Bernard, F. \\ Freest .Al' i reb R. A. Chapter Friday ; you

    r Couu., writes me that she uses i man: Dave Cohn and Joe W. Rowe. El ,! evening 7th inst., at LADIES FUEK i I beer see that you get it. ASK HIM FOR A HLDGI.NS '"'

    :, "' also! ', and has not 5atlrcd from the. radddy 7:30 o'clock. Look at the cork and see .- -
    ill i' ) distressing sick headaches she for 1 By order of H. P.W. Tickets will include free transportation I The finest line of umbrella ID t- *
    j THE NEWS Want column it that "Schlitz" is
    ; merly had. Name given by Postum: Try ; I E. ANDERSON, for holder and one lady from i brandedon city ia at J. I. 8te tels'. Goat i ,I

    Co battle Creek, Mich. I will pay you. Secretary. Pensacola to Warringcon. it. them.j.f" .



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