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 7, 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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Returns Give The Republicans This !: ONE WEEK GOU&NCING 17th ( Fortitude, Skill and Heroism Shown

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Shiras Wins Over Graham. I. PERSONNEL L OF THE ARMY.
Plttsburg XOr.Complete returns i rd ;! ,
give Shiras Fusion Republicanfor Lieutenant General Makes His Annual
-e and Two In Csli- congress twenty-ninth district. 'to / LEADS TO DUEL !;; !

Returns Will Be Neeic majority over Graham (Rep). "r.. A ft. Report-Necessity cf Quarters For f''.' I I

I i Troops-Condition of Indians-Pra- I

; the Result-Other Odell's Plurality 11,262. tice Schools. Special to The Daily News I : 'I'II '

New York, Nov. Corrected I '
Special to The Daily News: Orange," Tex., NoJT" 6.-iliree men I'..t4 1 1 [
received from the state
I I .:/:> News: up to are dud as a result of a shooting affray .' \1 I II
this make Odell's
morning plurality
Wahiugton, Nov. G.-The annual report here late today, and great excita- '. !
i; -The latest re- 1..C2.I t of Lieutenant General Milts, commanding I ment prevails in this community. The I' I j '
; ... Republicans I ; the army, ia a brief review of dead: 'J I'

ption the fusion DIPLOMASFOR 41 f, the reports that have: been submittedto : Jeff Chetault. 1 i I t

the Pittsburg-A11tt. '- I r him: by other ofiic rs. He indorsesthe City Marshal Jordan. I I : I

'L !'rnnsylva.nia-\\"JI' recommendation of General Brooks Tony Jones. ;b I

r i >uu by a vote :f SERVANTSSpecial for a readjustment: of the geographical Bad blood i ia said to have existed between : ;:;

170: lemocrat.ithe limits of tae different departments Chenault and Will Harris, a ?

with a view of equalizing conditions. 1 well-known young man, for some tim.
-- eight Teadistricts ..
to The Daily News. n .. ; Ii. 1 General Miles calls attention to the necessity The two met, and, after a war Ol I '
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.' : 1t: of quarters for troops saying words Harris secured a double-bar I I
.. ::1. doubt that tuO Chi<-a.go'0':. 6.=iae, latest surge;;. ; : ; ; I:" ,: *
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f'Jl'r. re"J. ?..., ii' "' that while hundreds of reled shotgun and killed Cnenaul. liar'cis .
in- needed to de- tion for the solution or the servant girl ....<0.'t U l''f"f; _..:, l '" rrl dollars are being spent for quarters ran to escape the fire of Chenault's [ I
totals given aroel. that hai "E : k ii 1: "'
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problem! is embodied a plan j
... fur cavalry, very little is beins used brother, but was apprehended by City i t
.. although there.. just been adopted: at a meeting! of tile .'<,t./-.. :i'/ :; ;. ,, ,.... ;; ; }<< .. to afford! shelter for artillery! whica: Marshal Jordan, who was close at 7 .
such as two in Chicago HOU l wln's' association.\ &.P- w
ICHAS. is exposed to severe climates ahngthe hand. While he officer was conducting i
-, Minnesota, where cording to this: plan serving maids: may coasts young Harris to jail he was shot !. i I

; l iH-movratic party j hereafter be obliged to hold diplomns; ;. G. KILPATRICK AND THREE OTHERS IX THEIR "These troops," says General Miles, and killed and bin prisoner escaped. ; :

'> do not con issued by the association: in order tc CYCLE DAZZLE ACT. "are required to be located adjacent: tc It is not known who killed Jordan, il- I
:. general result secure positions in the tomes of men the I i
the fortifications, notwithstanding though there were a large number cf 1 J i
'. should! their The nil: 's Flight of One Hundred steps on a Bicycle by
pn tIers of the organization. The flaring Ride Down a ;: I exposed positions of many of them, people.on the street at the time of the ;
1,1' 'd. of the diplomasare KILPATRICK!
: regulating the granting why buildings I !
and I see no reason tragedy. Will Harris was later arrested
to be dtSnite.! : The formal testimonials i in time to ;
should not be constructed and placed in Jail. 'i {
VAJOHITY 67,000.!)!)( will be granted to a mad: SLIDE FOR LIFE, ''
is known for f
l/e occupied when it A.t this Juncture his brother, James ;

only after she has been in one familyfor MRS. HPRA V'S Dive from Top of a CO-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. >ears where their services! will re re Harris started for a nearby store, declaring I
.i L'Ct:; &clid CongresOcleja' a and has performed her duties I If.idwln's i
year Splash Backward Fall iu the Tub 101 Feet above the Ground. quired. he would procure a weapon :
.1 ;} : en. with a certain degree of proficiency. and take part in the affray. It9 f i +
\: iv t -The ninth: Real parchment will be used, and tho The Following arc the Names or the Different Shows UnderJ& : ; Troops claimed that Tony Jones handed Harris ',.If i I '
holders will described as "saticfuc: :Miles says: y l "
';; :>i idvi's c. Tents $.! a gun after which the formerjumped
.-. '. "\ :majority! over tOr', "good" or "remarkably efficient. Separate : "During the pest year there have into a buggy and as he was! i I
Graduate "cooks waiting maids," been no serious engagements; excent
.ii.: fhv lu'.l t statej..r. driving away officers appeared on the ;i !
"ladies' maids" and "laundresses") will! Hagenbeck's Trained Wild that of the troops under General F. I'
Dome. j
I d !1\.jurty"; :f.ICt; Under;The Red scene and opened fire on Jones, in !: t"" j
servant Baldwin, In Mindanao, P. I., with
household D.
be the classes of 'I4'
fiicting wounds from which he died :
:N.jr; li I'd.lui: Life. Animal Show. :
: i I" .. Statue Turning to Moros. For tho number of men en II I
a few minutes later. ; : I
: :< "j-a-'i., a j-uiiu:: D":n- amt i
.', .af.ii \ > PRESIDENT TO Backman! Glass Blowers. HouseUpSideDown.Johnstown gaged, thisrts a very spirited Our forces The town was thrown into a state '1'l ;
., desperate of intense excitement and further trou !!
r. I' tarried Wild Rose.
'a-; rvtry jimjv Flood. were commanded by one of the most I" }
ble was feared but Sheriff Robertson
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(' <- lour in the
? m-wn- efficient officers of j
MAKE TOUR German Village. Streets of India. '.xperlenced firmly ordered that all saloons must j
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: t' = sod! !?'sr above! small! whoso conduct has always
i iu the army,
close until he gave them permission jo o I
1,1\: -ot.t t vs. Tar bur ares Electric Theatre. I Stadium been of the highest order and his
'. to The Dally: News.Vashin.uii open and announced that he would restore :
: ; HeLd r on and Special achievement! together: with that of the '
: and Pony Show. The Maze. law aud order at any cost. This : i
\ ; t I.. Nov. (;i.-PresidentRoooL'vclt Dog I in this engagement made an- i
statement had the
desired effect, anl,
vigre! smen elect- \v.l: leave hrre next Mondayat Ocean Wave. I
Bird and Monkey Show. other chapter of fortitude, tenacityand although the stress; crowds then i i
-' '! -'u.! t. John II. Small; midnight: and will not return to heroic service in the history of
I Venetian Gondola. does not toe\ likelihood! of !
Girls. appear any i
i'V.i.i: ( Kltchia; third. Washington until! after the receptionto Dancing American arms.
further trouble.Jordann .
1 J-- fourth, Edwar vice Governor Luke Wright: Oil ----- "The condition of the Indians! Is I
\\' \V. Kithin; sixth Tennessee, at Memphis Nov. 13. IIj i quite satisfactory and there has teen w.i.- only rrrty! pontel! I j
All Railroads to succeed Marshal Jett. who
One-Half Fare on was f
seventh, RobertF. will he present at the dedication u no disturbance of importance amoa ;
killed in the dis'-har of his duty. 4'
Kluttz; ninth, the chamber of commerce building ;R CARNIVAL WEEK.CHIIOREN' them during the last 12 months. This : !

::'h, James M. GodA'cbb Now York on Tuesday, aid Tuesday DURING Is accounted for principally by three '

and Hunger night w il! make a siier.-h; at 1:1": glad TLKSOVV: Al-'Tm SOOX0" *$ Teasons: LADRONES ; J j
..thershave served her of dinner. The m-M 'o i
commerce O DAY All Children will be Admitted Free. "1. Just and humane treatment.ei

!I day he will go west and south lli> ., p- the Indian and Judicious: management
this state was th. exact: itinerary has act: j t been com of their affairs. GIVING TROUBLESpecial (
p 'tf'd. but it i is excPucttM] he vihav'i\] I WOMAN\ CARRIES FORMER CANADIAN ""2. Their gradual transition from :a I

i 's contests In any i bear hunt in one of the southern star s condition of barbarism to that of asemirlviIiz'd ii.i

before goins: to Memphis. Ujion his r, people' to The Daily NowaVashi"iton : : f IMi 1 r

'' rt the chief Ju-: turn he will stop at Washington only OFF HONORS! OFFICIAL ARRESTED "3. The close proximity of the military I J
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Nov B. Manila
\ newspapers I
.:1. justices. sniMTinstruction ; one day as he has accepted' an invitation garrisons, which are always avail.
: rai-! to attend the Union League chn -- able in case of threatened disturbances. received at the war department l' ;. I \ 1

1 :r and 11 out of io banquet in Philadelphia: November 12 state. that the I.adronwj are making; I-I: t j I

r" .- !. Irt concrossmenTO -.--.. Special to The Daily News. I:Special to The Dally News. Best School of Practice. more trouble than ever before in the t 0 is I

will be seven Woman Carries Off Honors. Toronto Ont.. Nov. 6.-Alfred ic.Dou Philippines They occasionally dress 1 ; I

i EXPIRES SUDDENLYIN Now York. Nov. C.-For the! first I- all, until recently solicitor to the "The experience during the great as constabulary officers and prey upon t. t }) i ;. -
of : i'
.1 It a Democrat will time in the history of r.eaIe trials :in provincial treasury dt'partment'a5 civil war and years campaigning defenseless nat1\' 9. The paper says

. !i'. itchard.A3 ; America a woman has carried off the arrested today and locked up without along our western frontier, affordedthe that all bonifldc insurgents have returned !rh! i s

'- HOTEL honors. In the annual hunt of the bail on two specific charges embezzlement best schools of practice! for our to ways of peace and are maintaining j t

IN CALIFORNIA. National Eeagle association, now helm of $C,50i from the Ontario government army fn former years. The attentioi at least a semblance of a law- I i -

held on the Long Island estate of William though it is stated: that hh given to calisthenics, gymnastics an'l abiding career. To remedy the evJIs i I

Returns Give Him Special to The Dally News; C. Whitney.! Mrs. Theodore Han=- accounts are short $35.000.:: The alleged other exercise: In the army corps the constabulary U to be increased ta ; I' i :

iy for Governor. Washington; ,' Nov. 6.-George Vest er. of Chicago handled! her dog. Cana defalcation covers a number of made our small army a corps of athletes; such an extent that the Unless bands I! t: ; (

Nov. 6.-The latest Jr., son and )private secretary of Senator Alan Clydn."! against Clarence F. Morse's years. McDoujall's function was to while the eleLlentaryChools established libraries! may be hunted down. ::1 i i

.-. '.it ate the success of Vest of Missouri, died at the Columbia Tan. The two romped all over Mr. collect succession duties. About a for enlisted men. the post ii ;' .- ?l (

I 11 t '"itilican candidate hotel in this city this morning Whitnev's flower beds and lawns m month ago be was suspended by Pre- the post lyceums and officers' school, For Over t ivy Year i j!; i.: i"
instruction '
1 the various schools ,
a i plurality! of about j between the hours of 3 and G their contest but Mrs. Mauser's; Clyde mier Ross, who U also treasurer of MRS WIN-BLOW'S BOOTHIK3 Grave bM !i I : t. (!

!:t. F, K. Lane, has o'clock yesterday afternoon and wm easily asserted its superiority at a:1:! the province. McDougall was formerly practice for officers produced u \\'ellu the military of! been used for over sixty year by mlllloniof j' l' I, I l I ',
academy an army
::1 i contest the an- seen last by the night clerk at 3 o'clock stages. an alderman of Toronto. mothers for their children while teething, :{ -I r' j
such excellence" that I was able in my with ,.. It soothes the child, I ;
this mcruiug whoa he asked for \icf perfect sncce r
"' vote for the con- water., He complained of feeling ill / Jumped on a Ten I'ennyail.. report In 1896 to state: softens the gom,,atlaYI all patncnrelwlDd i I
TRACEDY FOLLOWS I "The personnel of tho army was colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, : f :
n''. FO far as coot When the clerk next called at the I
The little daughter: of Mr. J. N. "
sever in better condition.: It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im i : '
i! five! Republicans. room soon after 6 clock, he found! Powell jumped on an inverted rake "1II1S was proven to be true by the mediately. tloldbylruggletelnevenparl .. 1 i t I

mocrats. and ore. Mr. Vest dead.Dr.. Frederick H. Ioo.;- CARD GAME'made of ten penny nails, and thrust fortitude skill and heroism displayed of the world Twenty-five cents a bottle .1(i t ; 1;

;: .' wi represent Call1 hart erf: the Emergency hospital, was I one nail entirely through her foot serious Be sure you ask for "M r,.Wlnilow'i Boothing : ;
In campaign on
Mr. Vest bad expired and take no other kind. i I'' t
louse of congress.t' called, and said that and a !second; one half way through field of mortal combat wherever th? Hyrup I'
: publicans are Gil- later than 5 o'clock. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was "" .J
Special to The Daily News. army has ben engaged In any part f>f
V.toa'.f! : in the thin! The immediate cause of death was: promptly applied and five minutes LOWPRICES f j : I.
Mr. Knoxville. Tenn., Nov. 6::"Jaicn i later the pain'' had disappeared and the world during the last four! years. ; ;
-:\MrLachlan: I in convulsions) due to acute gastritis.:
Carter and a man named Voiles e& i I no more suffering was experienced. During that time many changes have
: PanMs in the eighth :, Vest was about 42 years old. Ileleaves gaged in a row over a card game at I In three days the child was wearingher occurred and the army has been largo- FOR NOVEMBER !! Fk t
rash la- !
and Wynne, a widow and children. i' ;
Rockwood. and Voiles shot Carter, shoe as usual and with absolutely ly increased. The long and variel
es. have won in the discomfort. Mr. Powell is ,
fatally. One bullet penetrated no service of the senior officers their i
ut the former's eleo- PILES. perhaps a well l known merchant of Forkland, l 'i
experience In organizing d'scipllng, instructing I
Voiles made
bowels. an unsuccessful
.\ '" l>e contested by J It- Constipation I Is: mostly responsiblefor the effort to escape. He is in Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and and leading their commands Choicest Brides and Bridesmaidr t .1 t f
resent incumbent. Masses of hard, dry faeces heals such injuries without maturation I' 1y
piles. Roses, $1.25 dozen. L.1 t ? I..t
excellent instruction .
as well as the discipline ,
the the Kingston Jail. I and in one-third the time required i ;
-- in the bowels, press; on t
packed the usual treatment. Forsale and exemplary conduct of tin Choicest Carnations, 70 cents : : i
'* Colorado Returns. veins to such an extent, that the by ''J
't; xoarly complete circulation of the blood is interfered 0 ne Bottle of Burwtt's Vanilla Extract 19\II\, by all druggists and medicine soldiers of the army of '98 have been dozen. I i '
i: tho Republicans haveiirt re0 with, the veins in the rectum become I better than three of the doubtful dealers the leaven of the army of the preset Other flowers in proportion. i i I '

:1: > state ticket with expanded and piles is the re- kind. Though costing a few cents: Hot Chocolate with time. Evils may creep into any tj* These flowers are the freshest on ,; J 'I i

\, "'ption of fuperinten-' sult.Cure the constipation by using more per bottle, its purity and great Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. tem have or affected great our have been Such, is or the market, being; but eight hours 'l'... i ion J

:N aid two 01 the three HEPATICURA: and the piles will' strength make it the most economical the road from Montgomery,1 !
will be eradicated. .
in.; that the Democrats heal themselves if not too far ad : brand. nearest wholesale point to Pecsa- }. ; !
I city of 1C to IS on joint vanced. As HEPATICURA is entirely ASK HIM FOR A HUDGINS' Be. colon Ii { : 1
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',,,:ature unless the Re- free from irritating effects, it Fresh Buttermilk, 5c. a FOR SEED OATS are as near to the Pensacola
:; control of the lower is well to take it in advanced cases, at Solomon's. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine Greenhouse the nearest telephone I I ,! I
., to keep the faeces soft. Sold by all glass Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat, call and everything delivered at once. ; i
at the
entirArapaho) druggists.We; Ring 'phone 329. t i
it-! 'n. The Republican The finest line of sterling silver oysters today. Try them. on the Mellen-Crosby Company at Pensacola Greenhouse, 323 West

'y atnounce that they will launder your spreads for goods and silver novelties is to be SIC APOSTLE. the Alcaniz street warehouse. Gregory street.

that program If it be ia 15 cents each and make them look found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Solomon's Phone 334. 29olm 4o2w MISS VIOLETTE MORENO. 4,1 t
if like taw Star Laundry please all. Try Force at I Ir"

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AND .Mill ARE mm AHi* >'jlL-KNo\V\: :, >

Original] $ It AND SKILL I

John Wren was an Intimate friend of Nashville, lean., Has a Fire 1

mine, and Amy, my wife, was as fondof OPTIG SPECIAld

him as I. lIe was constantly at our Loss of $210,000. S l

I house, and we should have found it a I
/ : great lose to give him up. CAUSED BY LOCOMOTIVE SPARK. ii

One day John went away and when iiISNOWATHOTELESCAMBlJ

-P1 = p ; lie came back he brought a wife with I Y e cO There Were nS.OOO Bushels of Wheat ,' !

". him. As boon as we saw her it was I ; 111s Stored In Elevator and 12,000 Bar ) WILL la'I.\I\: 1 1'tY

evident that John, with good natured ,: tB0100JHLY' n.\\ +
rels of Flour In Warehouse, All of
J I i i easy going! proclivities, hud been roped ,
,b USD imPure 1 Which Was Destroyed
I into a marriage with a woman beneath
HERE'S A BABY !_.. .hle w-r .PM
1 Nashville, Term., Nov. 6.-The :Model
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and I found ourselves in the
I -- mill and a large wheat elevator adjoinIt
Its Mother is Well. fax of a problem. We could not take HOURI81iU'C.
MOO were completely destroyed by tN; alan

r f The baby is healthy because during theperiod Mrs. Wren into our hearts along; with .', ...._-_.":.=:=.:-....,..-- early hour this morning.The .
John and could not give John
o'f gestation its mother used the we up.
,,, total I loss tie and
on plant stookapproximates
popular and purely vegetable liniment, The only thing we could do was to "
treat her as cordially as possible. This jlU-mifr.l fW wmtt z : J24U.UOO:: \ which is juitiallj '

Mother's Friend we tried, but it proved a failure. She covered by Insurance amounting

I was constantly In trouble not only to JITo.uOO. The fire is supposed to

t a f Mother's Friend is a soothing softening with us, but with others. Her associates have: been caused by a spare from a
l i' relaxing liniment a muscle maker invigorator I were noisy, common people likeherself Palatable Popular.Millions passing locomotive. -,-

ju_ and freshener. It puts new powell i and she usually ltd th'mIy There were 45iX)0 bushels: of wheat

N into the back and hips of a coming mother.It I the nose to make themselves more dis- are Eating Malta Vita. tt stored! in the elevator and l..IOO bar-
is applied externally only there is i 3 SpectaclesBlindness.
_ + Mgrceiibla than they were naturally. refs ot IWr in the warehouse, all of
2L and of N
dosing swallowing nasty drugs '
+ ;4 no no inward treatment at all. I j I' Amy and I had many a long talk as to Ma to-Vita is the original and only perfectly'need. thoroughly i which wa.lompktely burned up. T'io

The state of the mother during gestation I.. what we should do to keep John's s malted flaked and toasted whole 'U'httlfiJ'J, and is ii plant was uwued by the Liberty mills 1 :a.

may influence the disposition and futureof i j i friendship, that of his $ and had a ( ajaeity of 1,5(10 barrels a
child that is why mothers wife but never came tu conclu- manufactured under letters patent. Insist on getting Malta- .
the ; one reason i i I any tla) it W.LS built in 1891) at a cost

k1 t' should watch their condition andY' ,i sion. Vita, the perfect food, manufactured by the ot $r,';.IKH and has :since been greatly -
avoid pain. Her health that of the chilJ i I Having children who needed the ininoved. .

F 1''i and their lives depend on keeping free :'country i air Amy and 1 concluded to MALTA-VITA PUR.E FOOD CO..
from and melancholy. De oft I The vast annuii '
pain, worry build a suburban resident. We were Battle Creek Michigan. Toronto Canada.
good cheer, strong of heart and peaceful :. B'G! FIRE: IN OMAHA. con through infi ,
't pit 4 mind. Mother's Friend can and will I much intm-stfd in its con-tri'.ctionand defect of the cy-- '
r 4'i make you so. Bearing down pains morning I when we got into it thought we were .J. American: Prcts: Association Loses ed to at the pro; ; >

a sickness sore breast and insomnia art !ttk"l for Hfl'ly: wife insists ou = cases have c, v.

alf relieved by this wonderful remedy. ,, inviting John Wren to come up and MACON MAN KILLS HIMSELF. Heavily. tice. The path i :
Oauha. X b., Nov. tf.-.\ fire which:
Of druggists at :1.00 per bottle. : stay over the first Sunday we spent in short-sighted, let:
f Send for our Look ""jlotherhoc free. : the house. -'- bttTteJ tOd:')' in the jobbing house oi raatic in one "1" !it.-

UE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, CA "",11 you invite his wife?" I asked. Successful Operation Performed For Whether Act Was Suicide! : or Accident Fairl a-iks: .>torso & Co.. dealers .n a large ext ot w'

+ 4 ; ... -- "Xo. John understands: the situation Cure of Congenital: Hip Disease.San Is Not Known :beaks: and eJ-gines. did about $IiOu'U their weak eye. t-:
-- - I Franci'o. Xm fi.-\Vtli about Marnn. O.i. N'.y. <>.-Yrstay! af tie or BO defect i
and will come without damage. Of tills amount the
r, ? k 2 The Jflljfl h. I "perfectly Id" "' rrv! to'-f oi' :; J.D Frahf;iscu and tprroo at ". o'fl'xkViil; Martin killed htu. jobbin of the weak *'> < .
loses 3,3; ;oq 1
her j on stork $S.llee i
The Lay of Naples abounds in medusa hims If at tli" &iufnn' ; increases rapidly '
i I ; ".II;t Nt.uUnts. and trained aarsis closely i of his grant
"Very well I replied.! "I trust she on huiltlin! ;;, and the American Vret I .
'e ts often amour.tgets !
?, '.r growing; as : I watching hb movements Dr. Adoif father. Charles Canning on Mulberry greatest
.! a large as two feet in diameter an-l will bo satisfied with our loving her Lorenz of Vienna, in the lecture street. iociatiop! sac:k and linotype machines oat of use n.
M 4h$ and Some husband and ignoring her." appeared : $7'i"<). eye; the sight ti.d-
weighing fifty sixty pounds. Mr. Martin
hall of the affiliated colleges: of was a popular and prominent
John He said nothing about Captain I atpi until it lo.- -
came. sin of
t' theai shine with
e of at a greeuislikk'
4T night: company
a the university of California! and young nun. and the news of his
his wife and did successfully No. light, some siripi-
and known as "Dllctilu n" our leaving out we i': fell [tuna a ladder to me
light are pavemeal
perform--?, without the nag tragic death spread like wildfire occurred to tile ..
k (night lanterns) by the natives. The not mention her during tin visit. Helooked while! carrying a line of hose t.'
of his through the city. It was at first blind I
a knife celebrated operation: fo- reported permanent :
when he arrived but
sometimes make In careworn the second story and received
migrations what
.i x Jellyfish that he had I are with a large ui.
the eurp of congenital hip disease! committed suicide,
I' while he with -
rightein-d *
was uWh.Mi
; i ling great groups, sometimes so large and up but a further knO'ledgeset'ms may prove fatal injuries. Engineer both eye?-it may '
treating two little year-oil boys 1\ith- to indicate
about to return be again relapsed -
m> thlek as to iciiicdu the navicration of : John Rt''fof\ the same company alto well as mixed act
that his death!
rut charge. was an accident.
K 7 vessels, like the Uniting! plants in the into sadness. sustained a broken ankle and bodyAbout can read for ,sonic;
After the Dr. The young; man had been at home .
operations Lorenz
Three months after got settled
we book clo-
; $ t k sargasso:; sea of the tropics. These brut"es. very
l ( shoals of CMilusr, as they are called, I Mrs. Wren w'Utern asking; some successfully treated a case of double since the noon hour, going! to Ms! din 150 I ing to spasm of tin-
ri, questions aliout the place of our resiCeiHe club foot on a child 5 months old. npr promptly and eating: heartily. Ha newspapers arctemporarily (apparent short- -' :
i may be so dense that a piece of timberplunged affected
by the hnrn1.1
was in good spirits and noticed g considersighted
1T in among them will I he held, upright siying: at the same time that no one of the American Pri-s l patients t
A Goes to Florida. any nervousness or unusual condi :Associations: and b.I\, '
she was urging; her husband to build Quay
: as if stuck In the mud and ordinary plant. II .
: ;P ;t }l rowboats ccnitot! force their near us. "You lire such friend'":*," she Philadelphia! Nov. 6.-United States tion. About 3 o'clock he started out prove as they grow "
quently ends in .I.1.jary i.
.7 way through thorn. Their migrations .' wrote, "and John l'njn's'our society Senator Quay started this morning of the front door, when. suddenly ti I muscle with i..: ,

;1 :; t i have never been explained. They are much that I have nut the heart to with a party of friends for his winter turned bark with the remark that I" PHYSICIANS: FRESCRIBE IT. just sullicieiit yr+iou '

irregular and occur at no particular.11'0 t him IH separated, from you." home at St. Lucia Fla., where he slit had forgotten somethingIn a few Many broad minded physicians with. Had spect.u'l-! .

Lf, t t.. : a season of the year and under no particular Amy and I looked at one another In remain until congress nets Th par- minutes the report of a pistol was prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar, as Iy adapted in tun--- ;

influences astonishment What could we do to ty travels in a private car and Included heard and members of- the family gong they have never found so safe and errors of refraction, i
a prevent this woman from coming; United States Senator Pearose.- to his room upstairs were horr- reliable a remedy for throat and enjoyed good "uri I.t .

}k usV What did do? Noth Commissioner irhani Pied to find him lying his Ismg troubles as this pre-it! medicine. ti lime.
i Snmrf. among; we snrancp Coniesstien across b..1]! W. A. ITAleiiiberte, 121: I S. Palafox Dr. Oold"tein'- -\ -
t The bucccssful: merchant nowadays ing. One morning we saw a load of ? P."!rke and Foeredcr and sev dead. 5t.
suit in perfect Ot, cnature's I'i
a r rui 1 + knows how to turn even misfortune i lumber dumped in the adjoining lot ('r311'1ty! officials. Mr. Martin was secretary and treasurer deficiency, w

wV y Into advertising.; and upon inquiring who was going to for \ -'hr.son & Co., and was C? A. STOnX.A. the adjustiiisj: pow< i '

r 1 ;,! A team of coach horses dashed into build there weretold that it was a .I i.A ."' popular socially and in hs! business : r1':', 't datiou" of the nllrtwd: '.
en ::
1/ i 141 an immense plate glass s window In man of the name of Wren.Well <','rtrdr! :: in: vas from a life.! lie was an .'nthiisiatic'memli-r t 11 fJj1' rfquirement ha* b't-n i ntirt "

i' front of a big furniture store and made wo wutched the house go up ili. tnt; ..: I ?s it w 1 is hs! first of the Mann Volunteers.No I -ly overlooked by u.tikjiaus ,

i fr'1 41 a great smash up of everything: in every day: losing interest in our o>vn time tl linshhmglur-Iti'!. ir.i!'.il. his possible motive for his taking I of the day 1)1. .

k I I t eight I home now that it was to be in the first visit; to any! illy c? considerable his life can be found so far, and his I i iI experience of sixty '> ;.

?i r ',' _J'i It" The proprietor instead of shutting up I shadow of :Mrs. 'fl'n'n'l'1l she siz -the esptfi.-iM--j uf htm.'U'If: and relatives think it was an accident. t tI inui with, the by most latest impriivi scifitil.e'I, 1 ',

t shop even temporarily sat down and moved ill, she was profuse in expressions wife were often nni'pe.; At home a I
to test t'II'J
m 1" with a paint brush elaborated the following of fri"hll1illl'ss-uU on account of !vest bad been something of a rarity, \ Uilty Iteply. I If You HaveRheumatism !suitable collection! lit ,

on a .big white board and installed her husband-and was sure that it but hUll only meant nn extra pintofmcm At a London dinner General Horace tacles to give relief ten -> i
-4 ; was the only thing that would the few Porter was once referml to l 10) the Vz"", :: it iu the window where the save: pumpkin pie a more I the eye, for tl! ,' \ II '

tart; j>late /.;1JI'S8:.: him! from a chronic ml'lUclloIJ's: doughnuts mid perhaps a deeper Inroad tluirm.m in the following way: "We I mpiit in profession:i! .-i; ,

t I I "A coach smashed this window You ,j John left in the morning on an early into the dish of cabbage or I*nnl. Lave here tonight Generaliilocice Porter CON S L1 LTATK)X A\ I' ,

Ji ; see even the horses know where to find j train and never returned until near It was stow! dawning on them that a and I call upon him for a speech.The I XATIOX0'10..1'\ .
SG ,, ( I good furuituie. This is a hint for you." I midnight it did not appear that the .iii'snvstiinan Washington i is a hostat gentleman! u like!: a slot machine- I .. "" ....- ": =!:o{ OFFICE HOURS : Fr. {:;

: -I.on.lull AnswersFoley's remedy would IK- C "('(;tUltl. Neverthe- larc.. you put in a dinner; and out comes a the treat tested and '
3 Ilnoni !7. II.t!
in. J JDH.
1 I I"SDL ( p.
tI1 i '' m h. less whenever he was up from thecity S--on after they bad become settledin speech. The witty general rose and U,a** Remedy 4'o'tnned will California cure ) I (iOLDSTKIX: k'i.wi- .

Honey and Tar always i i for the! day he spent all his tine their now home a friend called on replied with a quick lire of satire: "The you. It hlso cures Liver Kidney and i migrant the ,

t stops: the cough and heal the lunus. with us. But if John was not often at ;hem from the rural district and 1.1." chairman has thought; tit to liken me uric Madder acid.dl easea It never, caused fails,by and an builds excess of I : I the laws of natimand aVNagp. t
,, L r Refuse ub-titute*. W. .\. 13'A tern- I !home his wife's friends were thereroustai'.tly. :.1:1 to express astonishment at tLe to a slot machine. May I return the the health and strergth while' using! it up I nput injuries rl -lIll1l1;/ tl!

berte 121: _Palafox H:. They would sit out on the size: of the city and the cumber of its compliment and say: that he is lk! Bond stamp for book of wonderful certificates. and the of Him c.,;; good
bottle For
a' Oar piazza Intillate in the evening, talkingand : people: winding up with: one also? He puts ia a speech, and by drul/g Price.
{ .1 t lIufI"nluf'R. laughing/ ImMeruusly. ".\11' so you keep a girl now SaSry, up COmes your dinner." supply you it will be rent prepaid upon what they already, ktinw
The Interior department has under of Address
y' receipt price. benefit
to theft awell I
| We had au' washin' ? Well : iMarston
never noticed any fondnessfor put your out well
consideration the
t ml'a advi-.ibility of start I music tin the part of Mrs Wren, ill.- hick o' some people! An' 1 s'pose A Chnncr to lint Mnvirl. Uricso( Chemical CoM Los Angeles! ,Cal.) -
'Ii: lug a new herd of buffaloes: in the Yellowstojie A story !is told of a man condemnedto
but now niot>t lOt her friends played on you have callers mISt every day or the I
a { Xatiunal park by buying I death in France who asked
was according ftc+
Instruun-nt.. $ 'rfsoinevery
: some There were guitars. Callers";t ; gasped the congressman'swife
I uiHiirlolins: to custom, what he wou1ll1're- L. N' ErnGSW & Co' NEW Crlan( LaDistributing ,
I' : banjos, tambourines and throwing up her hands in direful : nice Dr '
+ bones. The players) set-nutl to have recollection.! "I should! say so, an'eators. for for his last meal. lie chose mussels -
4i them !Id the res-ervatioi. Twenty-two I' which though his ta\orite! dish' Agents. *) JYash Stands / / 'I
# learned .
barely the rudiments
r a of music Mary Aim, Hiram an' me'sUt'n
t of these animals are now located near j and kept up an incessant hammeringthat et, out twice in a wet.k.Ex.chanoe. always, he said, caused him a terrible 'WWW I II I Just the thin i II

Comictrufler would .lJdi stlnn. "This time however," he
destroy the nerves of a I Iron Beds.

,! t: t : Jpnse Involved especially pay from hotel-. j t suffering dinosaur. frum One evening a headache;: when I Amy ventured was An I nlnt *nti nal Ton. chance added grimly" "they will not have the r}'e al1 i\\ I -

Ls+ ; t'' Jfases transportation: and other privileges. I The difficulties of learning and using
to inform the of '
thfal't from
i' = party PEOPESSIONAL .
t ; : t a new language; are many, and the unfortunate Hi>\Vs lhlsr Thl"ll'tinyp.uIM..resupcnor.
my piazza and ask a respite. They : .. ---
ti' 4)) ; I Norwegian in this story from We offer One Hundred Dollar to lUisani if t ";11\111:1.: I
a'1.! ; linking Rare HotterIll.The .-*. stopped playing immediately and sulk w. C. RoWE M. D,
I the Traukfort (Kan. Review must I ('"'if.l' I ,
) e and
lnJl'f"NlJ.1JY I
trade in rare butterflies Is increasing ily. The IWxt'll l. their concert ward for any cae; of Catarrh that I '

t ::1;. I in London, and ingenious do- i was enlivened by a French horn. have felt that unsuccessful his own efforts were cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh :J I'::: :i in iii481i";::" sll": ,,2.' Onto 17- S. f"III\'
particularly ,
;. ('('ptloit! practiced recording: them I .\II1Y. said I, "that Woman came Cure.F. II from i to ee'.'r' i'. ;nand .
A druggist; was obliged to be absent ". tot n't. 1' 1)r.mSTt: ;
Y; ; ; Ordinary butterflies are caught and here t', drive us out. J. CHENEY, & Co., Toledo after 7 o'clock

y 1: ,4 e killed; then girls! sire employed! to smear I "I do l>l1ieit.," she said, almost from his store one day, and his wife We, the undersigned have knownF. I P11ouo 0,..
,* took his place. A large Norwegian J. Cheney for the lit 13 .--' --
the gauzy wings with thin! mucilage with a sob. years -
end fine I, Wht-n the autumn came and Mrs. who spoke English with difficulty, entered and believe him perfectly honorable
sprinkle metallic owdir of
in all bu-ines-i transactions and TIME rj CABLE.mVILLE
tf and said: .
Wren announced that John's
various! colors.u the wings. In this j on 111'i -
abl ob-
to out
financially carry any
"III de firm M cents.
l kr way the collector can lie supplied will 'i count his health demanding that he owe ligatioi. made by their firm.WEST&TRUAX.
e ; :
"Very well replied the druggist'swife LOUISVILLE AND KAf RAILFOKMRKK
4 the most beautiful, specimens aluiusi p should remain near us, she would r<>- ,

yt h while he waits. | main in the country, there was nothing ; "just" pay It to me, and it will be Wholesale Iruggi.ts.'Coledo} i 0. IN EFFECT IiH' 1. ll

i for us to Io but take a bouse in the all riKht. 'VALIH\H. KIXNAN -t- 1t'Iro.. KKIi ninir"c 1I1... i "Hi owe de firm oO: cents. New O.Je.m and Mobile
city. We could only afford a flat but Wholevalc! Ilru: !sToledo.! O. -- ._- -

Ii. A letturer at the London poljcliuiodeclared i i we feared that :Mrs. Wreu would take "Yes; I understand. If you are Hall'- CaJarrah Cure i is taken: internally So.II. no.'. No.2 i 1 I No H r

; at a remit meeting that the another I in the same building and o\er afraid. I will give you a receipt for it" acuu<: directly upon the 711: a Ulftm I 11:1"I p' I."ue.... !'''onIIk cola ....ArrIve fJ.I.' h ,
t progress of lepros.y could be arrested if The man looked at her in astonish blood and mucous surfaceof the ) B 2:7 p tam. a''II Laavi._.. F Ion,'icon ..... Leave ;;,:' a
or adjoining us. so we rented a housei 11\1) a 1:22! 2'M a I L-an .... :11,11 lie Leave \ 1; !0n't -
Price bottle.
sufferers 75c. Sold
. would abstain wholly from ment and walked without word. ytem. p< r
out .
} % i standing: by itself feeling safe that the a all druggists. Te-timonial fr..e.Hall' :::.' Mhp 7:1IO ,, Lrav"\ea. : _:.: n re ns_ Leava: :: p '
by : -
fating; lie cited several in
{ cases could Pretty soon hu returned with a fellow
+ not another beside
1: us before }>Ill, the bet.Foey's 'tho
i- his! own ,'. One : Family are
11 experieiu was that of a spring. countryman whose command of Lng- .--
) man who was blind from leprosy and Lab; was a little better and who Interpreted
I :\Irii. Wren finally: decided to '
j !spend Tut 1'0.2. : :-40, 1.B No 1
who had had nv.isciilur atrophy for tif-I the inter in the city returning to her his friend's remark by explain- Honey and :lip m I 1:15 p m Leave ...., PI\D'I acola ...Arrive" tlI: pm'

_.1 ti teen yenrs.:: After ei::Iitern montlis' n1-! country place in the spring, onl to lag, "lie wants oO cents' worth of iodo- A'o opiates.iENF.UAL elsam R:57pm Arrive.. Iootll!:om-ry -.eare!, a 11
> 1JIit ten Let 111 Arrlv"_ UII!mil 1lb..m _Ixave y>: t am'1'.llIe
R.fti, 4 fcUneuce, taking at the. same time small 1 form." p ....
v 1 r' find ours rented. She was preparing; 7Oi p IU i\tJ" In Arrlv..._.:\a.b Leave
t x "t 1t 4 had disappeared from his hands and to return to the city, doubtless to discover :>> FIUINCH: HCHr.DUI.K: ; 7:!l1 a m 11:59 Ii m Arrive ... (101 Innatl.. .. !.t-lln. 1:15:! i p m
y where we were pilng; for the ANXIOUS MOMENTS. 7I1" m_ fast pmrrlv" ..rr.PENsACOLA .felt, i.vav" ._t:1.* p m
feet. --
AMTS season and follow us when one afternoon Some of the mot anxious hours ofa Following is the chedule of thefOfcrumentsteamer AND lIVER[ JUNCTION.Imo .r

a terrific thunderstorm came up mother's life are tho:A when the Generul<' .nct

1' Tor fire minutes the bolts Hashed in little one of the household hlthe which THE NEWS prints for the No. l-1>aly No lJ-1>ally I No.WI whert : not fcbown I!I Ko. S Dmiy-, -"
l! t +t ---- --
,., .Ir 1 e. .. rSy DYSPEPSIA ] rapid succession, and after one of the croup. There i;; uo othfr medicineo i :benefit of tie merchants! who! ship 1I.M pm 7:00 a m ''Lpave .... .. I'.n,,icoia., ..._Arrive, 10.50 p m -
w : frllective in this terrible maladya I| ;heir goods to the carious armyPO& ItI!. night 1:13" .....-.. HoLI tnia ......" 111: 7" ,
I'h:111't a servant appeared at theWrens' ...... "
....... Yale aHa' 11):86"
And UO": 7:11\
iNmo.Esiiox Is
the most common Foley's; Honey and Tar. It a t5: .
front door, calling\ for help. A __ ._.E'iCa nbla... .._ II/!:! "
1 :1i" 1:1i"
ailments of mankind bp household favorite for throat and: Leaves lersacola....... ....._ .- 7: t can neighbor went over and found Mrs. lung troubles, and as it contains noopiates .Leaves barrancas. .. .... _....... 7:._' a. m. 1:1:99"12:15: : i 7:25 7:25"" ". ......... tla..rp ..... "._ 10:21"
tj tciII cured by the use of Ho*tettpr'= I Wreu lying dead in a room in which other it UP Loaves Picfcens 121 I 1M to _..._(i,1I City 4 4ItM : ..._ M 11):16" '
a or poison can Leaves liarrancas .. ... .. ..,__ *>:lSa. m. : .. : ., ........ xml ton ... ._ 10:10\ If '
I i1; ; : Stomach: Hitter It has a record of were kept a dozen or more musical", instruments safely civen. W. A. D'Alemberte. Leaves Fensacols .. ... ......_ .. ...I't:15a. m. IJ I 1:11";.... .. -......(iood Kane ._ If ,
fifty years of such cures back of it I to w hich bad been recently 121 t:: Palafox St. Arrives Bsrra&ca 11:10 a. m. and then I'M"am.'15 .. __. _... Hol ne.. ._ 5:55: to .
added a snare drum. I mates a trip to 1-ortMcKee and then return 2;) It :aJ I .._..... MUIII gan ___ 4P7 S. u )1.
and will net disapoiutyou now. If to L arrancae. 7:39: If ijlj If .........Cr..U'view._ 11:18"and. t
ge1 j When John married again two yearslater Leaves Barrancas 1:1.1: p, m. u .......Deer I ... ,. ::.6" {
I + : are a sufferer; from these I 11:1. 8.M -
> you complaint Leaves yickens .. .. .. ... 1:36: p. m.Leaves Moeaye Bead-_. 8.4) "
*, or N ERvot's\E5: i Amy took pains to pick out a rYusacoU ..- ......... .-... _.... esm p. m. 1:23" 11:10 ..De...Dnla.tl1" .[: Kprlagi.yle 11.11" "
113" 11:715
ja OR GENERAL DEBILITY, HSSIKETKY Tnt wife for him. !She pleastrl him far i CASTORIAFor Leaves Dickons . .... ".... :;:15 p. m 9Y1 : Ala: ___ 7U" .
r' Arrive barrancas :5:80 m, sail -.ponce. "
p. Lon_ 1:1'fI"
better than he had pleased himself. 1:1,1: ) \\I;:'7 le
I' IT. OUR I'RIVATE STAMP: i, : to McK. e and return. 6:110" 10:10 .."Westb 'nile ....._ 7:17 "
I 'Lt; 'i over the n( ck of the bottle. ]! The principle! : underlying this story i Infants and Children. On Wednesdays Saturday? the ."1.. 1\:1:1: .. __ CarYl rule..._ 7:12" .'_
:i Is: A married couple can't be U>son j coat will; leave: Barranca via Pick 1i.83" 1\):*, ..__.Ionl ifay___ 4.66 :: ;
The __. .. _. ':87
YCD HaTe I Chip lay
I Always BcugN eoo" 10.7 "i
t $ HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH friends with a man and leave his wife ins for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. e80 It lltl1 _.....Cotto7e idale._ 4:19 to l' :"

f out in the cold. ,-J The General French H for army J15 _.Mart inca._._, .. ewI" j: ..1
Bears time ..__ t;$! 1 .
I'r.nCILLmSlI.: ; purposes only and any outsider mut 7:60 to l1t-5 -- CJD7W rI'H. isds .
If to _lirand
BITTERS II iJ ...tW'80f r a cave a pass from the quartermaster: 1UJ": If' 1tt5 n:1: : noon __ MDel Rldge-_ to S21 :: ..
ASK: HIM FOIL A Hl'DGINS ..c. 9 take passage o a her. 8Ui 111: to ArrlveRlv inCtiOn _Leave 8:10.r

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We- Know What ( { I; THE FASHIONS. I GOLD DUST !,' :j i. !j.I ,.J

{ BOUND "AUDaL foCT[ ---- '

t. ':.!pp n to the little boy A new twilled cloth for winter cos-I 1 ?,
tit with green; apples. I tumes resembles the weave: of '
:\ln! t be induced to [ With muscles drawn and throVoing: icuna. i .
.in.'. yet the grown man I :' with pain and joints swollen! snff ami II I i WOrk..J 4 ;1
.-fi!\ t vitl!; indigestible] tender, rheumatic patient is clu1'\ss I Silk and wool mixtures are just now I| "Lot ha BOLD BUST twins. do your

!'itwill jsav a I and dependent as though Urna-l 1'-.:.larrl.1futt. 1 quite as insular! as any other dress material / .. I
i oho It i.* this care .- i Nodisetecausrssuch inh-u:>c F tferinjj and are especially I'rPttlot untrhniuni '- !
:tH-c: which is the bt"L' j, ; : such sharp, pains I tailor made t-Lat.-: I 'l-r- .I j
h trouble! and ail It I, I I as Rheumatinnand: thisuuiediti: tl'ln I lliiiluy f'Gmetas. smartlj riesfs .' !

iter,unless checked, crtutis the sru::;L I \' Uuiii; and button trimmed iriand I "
: I ; anti hope! of its v K tims. I ;II III
liefanal re\' rs. these are chief t' I j
When the system becomes infectc1v.Ji lt II
It restores the \\ik : Uric Acid and other like poisons they are of new jackets anti tailor bluu.M-s. t I. i::1f'I ,

:aaa: or woman to sound I I.1.p. cbsorbed into the blood and! lodged m the Many of the leading dressmakers are :' : ,

I muscles<< joints and nerves. TLcu with apilu closing! the skirt at the hack on f'I j, l
I ham ", ;, the su-Ulengess of electric s1m'k. ; au
t.1jcc ,. an pa.r.sbegin I IluhMan blouse and other autumn coitumes : u
'h u-tn.It'ws."sa trt-umrnt I}.have Mr E- : to shoot through themusclecr joint i I i and placing the opening on the q
which often swells and t
..1\I. :Man "''i'lll li-- affected t
:- left side of the front breadth under a 4 I
II' remedies I wai I inflames, and becomes<< Under, ..i ,
..', "II s'ltCllIl-t in the> !': "'fe\'eri'hanJ sore Unless trimmed tab. \ i : I1 Ia i I-i

.. ,,lit -nunthjit trouble and catarrh.h 1'a. I r '.,i __ treated throuj'h: the Russet sable and golden brown cloth -, I I 'ri
<; si> IxiJ, that I : \I'V blood Rhe-UL.iatisii gowns are to be worn this season and \gJj !
'ni, .:'it nut d.strfv. : \ yo prows steadily vi>r"e, the I'rench coat usually made with an i ip i ."
i to taking
; 4 quit r
,:i"t'\: 1 \\01; greatly ret ; tct, = finally ending in open front, is completed by a rest: of p l f '
I' 'V shrunken muscles I It
I white or cream cloth fastened with \KMSX. 0? yi
t' f I }
\ iuiino\uble ,
| j joints
S ( re.i ] I .4 'y\ J shaky IlE'n'an.l gold buttons. i Ii I I tIMITATI0M5a\ ,(
T t
the invalid's chair ort Fashionable: fur trimmings still showi'uLII" : i

; ; t11 ;' -) crutches. The: cure mink marten or other tails de- I I' ,
of Rheumatism can Lending; like a deep fringe from stole 1 I, '

..i I never be complete or permanent until the fronts of fur wraps or jokes I Il' I .,

{ ae 11 blood has been purified and the system ; pelerines, collarettes, etc., of velvet r ; rf I .'
?' cleans d ot all f")ise>nous matter ;
decorated with lace and
iI li.1 fur en applique. '
\ ; S. S. S I l"es, this )promptly amp surely, I'I t
I .
1\ I : beravse it bliwl nedic'.ne '
15 a pt-rteet ,
$' ;j 1j \ I ; ; 'I I and an outi-lote fur the irritatm. acids I An old fad which seems liki-ly to I H!i ,

'Co W ', [ that cause Rhemmti-m. come into favor main this season IN''
# 'II,\ !\ S. S. S. purifies and invigorates the I the application of fur on lace, both I in i I
.t"t.:. .... \ : \ : polluted,. : ';.:nat blood, an.1 when a tiny bands, which are \ory' eflVctive BOLD DUST
.. ; .. ;,.,. ,. .. .. :
..r.,11; *.'$ frf'''. Ii : (: '11 't j. "'liT1 e.tabs' an.I; l.UouKo: In Lila and |1.1>; h.-: .i.>.,..
.7 .,.. fI .... i j :'ul: : L; t: :.\ curs,,;; ] irticles l an
t' .it, ;.'.1f \ 11' lining or coxtrmj.; the form <.r 1 t M" Ij'
1.,1: .It, ""'" [ w.'-1::1 out of the I !is a woman's best friend when wash day comes
f ; .-' the designs in the lat.t'-\I w i'Ji'l! f ;
$'fi I r' hrii! 'inusclesand and clean.
around. It makes the clothes sweet
.. ""' : I'L:1.
: ..tiojjit" joints, and the
__ :\. OJ. | I : ; 1.ol.l: : for relief Takes only half the time and half the labor of :

I II, ; and the cure I I }'orrthougnt.
c : :
"" :' Gilhooley jist bought me a bottle soap. Just follow directions on package. ,
I, is because the cause has been
permanent .
,;t i(
', '. *=- i remo\ ,d awl nothing remains in the blood i of hair restorer.MulcaheyItut. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, !i ,, to I
'",. ,e t ; I. to produce another at'.!iek.Vnte | your hair ain't falling Chicago, New York. Boston. St. Louis. Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. I I Ii
';,.,.; "..ii ,jtI\/"J,: \ fur speeud, book on Rheumatism.The | ; outI
( '
""' 7 ,r /. "'1./1 V(1cj.., I Sift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga. I Giliwul 'y-Thot's jit it! If Oi shtartusin' ;i ,
it now, Oi won't git bald when I I' -- -- ---- ---- c

I me Lair does fall out. CANCER CCKKI HY HIiOOIJ H\LM:

... lag Mlinphuhitt : I A Wonderful DaIDDl'e.J 1 ... The Beer H I

.. ,s t 1l'jcntitic name The grand balance, or stale used in iplaiiatorj."For '
J All Skin and RUniil Ilisoae Cured.Mrs. .
i he symptoms of i the Bank of England:; is probably the the first attempt in public," said That Mader@ :
M. I... Adams. Fredonia, Ala., .
to t. try one. "Morbid I most wonderful piece of mechanism to her friend encouragingly "I thoughtyou .
would be a I tie seen anywhere. It stands about seveii sang with a good deal of feeling." took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually

-sinj; the same failing. I feet high and weighs probably two "I don't wonder nt that replied the cured an eatms cancer of i D&NNflEiLP& rAM*U

', nu' from mysophobla tons. This scale ]Is so perfectly adjusted umbilicus YOHnA''ocalist; "my heart the nose and face. The sores healedup

I il t journal "on taking I that it can weigh a grain of dust was In my throat all the tice.-Cbl- perfectly. Many doctors had I I

Irui3 by or 4UU pounds of gold. A postage cago Tribune given up her case as hopeless hun- ], -ISVICTORIA-

t Mule placed there stamp placed, on one of the two weighing I Ii dreds of cases of cancer, eating I

..I{ l blahs: ids tumbler up : portions will move the index six i II sores, supperating swellings, etc., I I II

: ', .' u I it is free from ;: : inches. If the weight placed upon the !I Nasal have bees cared by Blood Balm. I

\,1-" Ins napkin l to i scale is beyond its capacity, an electric Firs Among others, Mrs. B. M. Guerney, MADE BY ACME BREWING CO.
: : Warrior Htand Ala. Her nose and
nnaculate: and I bell is set ringing: the machine declining CATARRH HE<;r ID-CENT HOTII.K BEER
lip were raw as beef, with offensive
i. d is critically nas;; i ; to execute a task of which it i s in- I. In all Its stages there A c0lo a htl0 discharge from the eating sore. IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER, f i

: I'taiK-inl'! : cased the ; I capable. nouM: be cleaiiunerEIj's : AATFEYER eye Doctors advised cutting, but it BROS.

:\ \\'illf'b tLe \: i I Cream! Balm I I failed Blood Balm healed the I II.

i 'pkin for the : i Iaaa of Chivalry. I -: qnotbe'and};( tin $oranses a sores and Mrs. Guornpy U a" AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED

,- c-ouipensiiticu : I Wife (lrilf1-\b.: me! The days 'lie d=<'i-<..1 \I'.nbr.p.' : 9e"'Ocitrarr I well as ever. Botanic: Blood Balm I I. I Herpcr Whisge '
; I it may be an I of chivalry are past.husbandVhat's! I +'.u.rrhanddrnuay J ; I also cures eczema, itching humors, .
', a guest I the matter now? a cud .11 tile he.I d I scabs and scales, bone pains, ulcer, Main House-401 S. Palafox street. i iR.
I ijuicky. I offensive pimples, blood poion, carbuncles
I.i- I ifnc in a \\ feir Walter Raleigh laid his R. Exchange: -Opp. Union Depot
.. \, I ;1 Cream R.ilm i ii pared: into the no< .1 I- \Is. P. 0 Box 2bl. Pensacola: Fla.
I Elizaboth acct the tnc&,'anc and .8 "l"=orl>cd. Re,.ef w ::nmcdia'e on the skin and all blood troubles.
1 I : aud a cure f o.lov'.r. It is not 'Ir)'m'_'-dnr! Drujrjri.-ts, $I per large bottle.Sample j
ii "' riii.fu.riii:: Item I simply because poor, dear mother sat i rot produce ncc/ir.u' large Sue, aft cents at Drug : of Botanic Blood Balm free --

.. ':, i .1. i .. "''r I'I down ou jour laat.-New York Weekly i i jisti; or by mail; St'e-, 10 cents by mail. I j and prepaid by writing Blood Balm \ iAAn'3EASES 1
::n i.ay, i I ELY lUiOrUEKS.jfi Viirren Street New York.MIDWIF'EIIY I Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble IION -s : I !! d

..,'y I J and special medical advice sent in
1 certalnlworth
a ; sealed letter. It is ._' =.
: "4'I P. H. Dully of Ashley III write : The undersigned* this method I I'I while investigating such a remarkable I
: : "This! ito certify that I have tike )f 3IItrlug: her services a-- u I remecy, a- Blood B-dm: Cure tree thi t&cst fatjl cl &l! c! .
.1 i t'twobOttteOf' I'ul'y'e Kidney Cure flr;::t-sl'iis licensed midwife, hav-.1 the most awful. worst and most I Ii ,
i .'. i.. : and it has: helped me more than another y i ing had 35 years experience : deep-seated blood diseases.PARKER'S. I '
i "
:. t Ig., .t' r medicine. I tried many advertised : i Can give beet of references frorc:1'' __ ___ --- --- -- mm mi III \ :
but of then flU '@
i remedies nine ;I i I
: t,,, .. j leading physicians of this city. Y'
: : drugglrecommended I 1.
gave me any rl'lil' : l 1, MRS. M. GIDDENS, fULt; ISSflll2l SlSlft
: Foley's Kidney Curt:: 114 Houth DeVilliers ht.I HAIR BALSAM
--- --- ---- | 11tf rt
and it has cured me Before cow ultni*, bud brwt.n.a the hair
; y I'mnvitei lux'u:tn| growth.N.ver I
.1 I. W ir-r I rin I nieuciug; its u-e I was In such a I Fat!. 10 Restore Gray !! 27 rnonj? refunded Cot\tahvt

: 1: -j Ia-: .- the prui j shape that I could hardly get u[" ..Cure hair cup to, its d,...Youthful....f half Color.tdmg.A. !
: fronts cml
<< '' when! once down. W. A. IVAlenv 7 ''J 5. .ud el.ou faur'hte : Kjr
: :.' w d ,'.,overy t 1 berte 121 t'\. Palafox St.NOTICE. Curse
.r.1t t !ltlcrs tnt sxst foW.
..... -.. I S Fh : is
: r -it k people -- --- -- - --

.,. -I flU!!, by di) : I', fJUY lava BleMu tO'bIu.

:' by cleansing dy I have been: authorized to take OF'I CURE YOURSELF Fi f11.W. .& ..At\

-tnniach and subscriptions for Win. Jennings' rCCRr.B'InlloSdiTj I'm mete tor unnatural I A. D'ALEMBERTE.
i dirt-harp ainHuniiuatitin<,
"The Commoner.
> ir food into : Rryan'3 paper Guraaleed irntitiuna or ub errtiund
The price is $1.00 per year in ad Dot to itnaarf. cf mucous meauIrbaei. I "
red blood t Those DRINK I PrMCDtt rBougum. Painless- and nut a.uia
dewing! papei .a THEVAIICHE6'CECO' rcnturpnleunuu3. I CHOICESTOF
"d all ov -r. ) have it
can sent to them by sending 1 "INCI1AnO. Auld Ly LYa ,isfe,
'. I. T., writes : $LOOto the undersigned. I ',
; I C.& *. oteat in plaiu wrapper, -
rwas H.M. ROCHE f Iiy M fleet, prepaid-Wr ,
t rufcii m B-C' t.0o i.t.r 3 bottles. }Les,
.1. and dy= : Care Daily ]New 1 V' "JucuUf ttt uli redutbh I
'I'M. the worst f FRWT I Y
Induced to use ; 'i i WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. i --- -- i ANDCONFECTIONERrI

.' four bottles I am 5 V., III t: A ..,1..1'. ( "u Ir qn.i )? ',In., .rI CoIrC\iTR'S ENGLISH I
I heartily ] I I It ',/' 1'/1" '.:/,. ; 'f 4..nt i ttlf nt -iM' '. "' i! 1 :
ur r- from ;; t l Lazy Liver White Ribbon H"IIIPdWII! cure or tlf ftro y' ,, :an nun.oil.: G .uln.' ; C. APOSTLE'S I
I Tike a do-e :he dimn-cu npiiftitf fr alcoholic tunu-- 4 a: r nll'lfbTU '
: l."rW59
,tint. whether the Is continue I i '( .
.".i-.t what you parent a I fr'- !:lII 1 Laid' ..of
: l iii,'liriatr, a "tippler," social drinker 01 ? '" .' 'l ,.L"n."th... K'UMI 14 East Government St.
icy, John Thep: : "I Kato lit-cu troubled a great deal drunkard. Imposihlt' for anyone to have aappettte I I I n--'t.f) ; t"ar,_. '">,n ;Hub.tllbiin'. ud| U.tla. : i
with u torpiu iver, w tilt h produces constp! fir alcoholic liquors alter using I t : '. *< r I '
I : eon I fi ASt'AKhT1ieal i youcUlm White Ribbon Keiiifdy.Inil.irs 'I I \ ; *, "ft 11.11.' I'.r.lrnlan."l.r.t'raonUli !i Formerly I Cordova Jetaurant8taL I ,
forth m and si tiled (.1 n r..h..r.. the 'Irsf triftl McinlMTH ,, \ J r.r 1..11... /., I.t eo ." n.
l fV. C. T. I' ti.n. lo.oa i
: ., by _, .mrn T k : Lyf I O-ie car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 I
I ,
tbat 1 pun base*! innthic I ''u n md was com '. 1
Mrs. '
i 'i"t Heiio**.l.111.111 : pl :oh t ureil T shall on br 'a .lad to rec- mans Miorr. cress supenntcnrlfnt 01'u.- 'l'.l' i *lu cbrlstian TemperaacH L'nioncn. "
,- had m :- : unnifiiil ('3-,raret. r.LeLever the opportunity tura.. I'alll"rllllwrll..... "I havtt't..d ,
J. A
presented SMITH29JO
\\ Mile Kiiibon Comedy on obstiiiatt ,
iud the Zit
/ !i ; : Susaucbaoca( Ave Philadelphia PPleii drunkard, and the cures bave been many::1
: l In many eases lire jl'l1wdyII'IIB given Kcretly. -
gasped the CANDY I cheerfully HihlMin lentedy..teibersoour recommend and IndoreWhite -t WICK )5 & co. l ;,

'.- the ,' ; CATHAiiTICfl Union delighted to rind an economical
: f'ar:, by-"t-till ;: :' | treatment to aid us In our temperaace
: ,..:., work." Plumber Gas id ;
--." '. and the agony AOC WIAa p10aTIR0 Druggist by writing or by Mrs.mall A.!,Townsend II. Trial paekagtree
wati I..alafo I.
years secretary a Woman's Christian
Temperance Union*, 218 Tremonl No. S South :f' % Street. .; ; '

> u( Ionic.I St., Boston Mass. Hold in Pensacola bj' All Kinds oi Plambing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand( ; t

I suppose you're (' ; 1 'iint. Palatable, i'oirnt Tate Good, He, Hannah Bros., 21 b, I'alafox: St. I TEI-EPHONK .21\ '. ....:PiM mJA. 'JA ;i : J: i 1
,I'i husband tell Guud.Neverrickbu.Yeakcu.orGripe II jjc 5Uc --- __ ,I 1: J :
: ... CURE CONSTIPATION ... -- -- ---- ----- -- 'I'i I i,
-- ::1'
to him.
; pens ,, .
I SirrU., ae.Ny C.ap'.1.fbkyh JI..I.-.", KVflTfl .. ,.... 11 1
i-r.etter than t --- i I
'.:It nothing ; n. *SAC toM gittsto'CfTubaCeoliabtt.and mnrsnleert :'y all! drOll' : : I

i Press."k .. .
'I 1 F. E. :
., .. Him. : : I

'. ugh; for you H LODGE DIHECTOUYI I, It i


-rL : OF PYTHIAS ,, : I'

47 Ladies' Ready-to-\Veir Rainy 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 100 doz Men's All Wool
Camel's ; I
tr'i- that oxen Penoacol Lodge, No. 3, K. of T Day !Skirts:) worth $1,50, special sale suit, all wool worth ?3, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth $I.W spec- :: i ) 'I'

.t..r in meets every Monday evening !'JSe each.i $1.'JS suit. ial $1 ; drawers to match, in White, i f ;
company .
k In the at7:]Kloant-Watici at Castle Hall i Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Remember we carry a full line ofBoys' Red and Fawn colors. i 'I :i

; *. \ HU111ng, tblrd door Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk i f'I, \ tl

:'. Visiting brethren cordialtj worth $4 special sale S2.43 each. prices to !suit everybody.Look Shirts and Drawers, worth $3 ; special ;
; reasons why welcomed 60 Ladies' Black and Colored at our Show "Wiudow for to close 11.20 each. s; : :
: : :itlenty : .,c H, HOBBLEZ: HALEE.V. t Worsted Skirts, worth f 150, special prices! on Ladies' Underwear.We 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed !; I f 'I
K. R.'t & sale !9bc each. carry a swell line of Ladies' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at I :" 1
I - - -- ---- 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured Flannel and Hilk Waists at prices so 25c ; drawers to match. ;
and Tar for : Skirts, worth $250 to S6, special everybody can wear one.70dozMen'sHeavyFrench. 2i doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and .f ) I
".'hie. tried and to=GOLA=>OI 1 sale |1.9S to $4.<)M each.ReadytoWear Neck; Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c ; t I n J I I

,W. A. Jackets, oar price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; drawers to match.

y :Ot. : Grist and Corn 3eal| Pills $1.43 to $S each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladle' t ; I ';
,I I money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes! : ;

buying. :. worth 5Oc, special 3Gc; ; that we'tan save you 25c on. ; ;! 'I I
6-rOnXA.J Ia i I I J8. GOffZfiliEZ i CO., Prop i, 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at Z1.50 drawers to match. Remember: -We carry a full line t I II I
t j Yu HB;; j Manataetcreni to S5; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under- of Men's Clothing Bougnt at oOo on .I

:i CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROi UrD) I 49 Boys' Double-Breasted piece shirts, worth |special 75c ; drawersto dollar. We will close them out at ;. I I.I i

I STOCK FEED suit, worth $1.50 special 93c suit. match. I just ;J2'price off other merchants. :i\ 1 I i I

!I Fatrtmlie Home Industry, for there ti I
int good very reason you ehoald buy Tour Meal an Don't Blankets and Until Look at Ours. lit
Buy it
< Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer ; Comforts you Remember the Place, [ ; j !
nice Crib for i: tor by ao doing yon encourage borne indui' .
try Your money U left in the commnnlt!,
; < and yon in tarn are indirectly benefited F. E. BRKiAlNER'S: :1 Hi
o Marxian 1 In fostering the home manufacturer yoi ;:
:MARTIN CKANE EORLAN 1 ontrlbute to the can.e 01 labor You ow t .
It to the community which you lire an 105 SOUTH PALAFOX 1
ASK HIM Foil A UCDCISS' 5;, whloh oontrlbates to your inpport. i 1i






s .
i """ AN rXPARALLEIDurii.
It'" I SSS3S3S3.3i 1 l '

:j. -P '-- -- WATTS BEAT Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right -

:i _:: -_ I .] hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The

JIiz BY A REPUBLICAN sisas2sd5 s s
'El.tered at the Post Office at I'eosacola, .,
{ t '11., tecoud-class matter -- "LORD STRATHMORE. oldest, best Sarsaparilla -Aj'er s. L;r 100 %

QrnCEl'ltt' Building ;uJ.t mouth
i4C.rR ; POalox:, Lp-5alt6. L M. WARE ELECTED MEMBEROF .
i Virginia i Drew Trescott, who appears
THE LEGISLATURE.Thos. !hpre tonight ia -L'jrd Strath-
.. I !! ;, fi>r.1." <'"')11 ftS"ftwo great weak- Fourtie. Gene-l: Cer.i'crence C._ 'r-:; ,; AU..I-: i

Terms:I II Invariably: in Advance016 J I nee-;; ;-her 1 l->ve fo: i her work and Rep-Denied; at Ar.rusl Meet ;. i COMMISSIONERS the death cla'I;.- .
i. ,
j I I 1 .IS tul J, Watts of Chipky v. ho i is for a tborciijffibred poise Miis Xov: \ 'r;;. >"->''. ti.-Lay a!. ;- rIs.ri'll rotates anu ('a' '

Year by Mmi Trescott : wait until she .ri'ii-Etatives; : are in ."."."J; i ble Life Assu. i :
Months" ... iio I! well-known in this city and w ho was call hardly ---
da I'fr'nl he 14
Ore Vefk by l'.lr.l layablf. Monday lit'', reaches the hotel to don her habit, J : general onu.rdijtricts '- paid within one o -.
1 l a candidate: for the legislature from i at the annual l meeting r:' 'tV: ; : .':' -. Pa.. :>; v --T; >.i.

rAdrartisirg Rafts furnished on Application beaten in and can be seen almost every afternoon general committee: of the MethcUi.! cumm:/..: >n< s' ,..; :..; tiain aiv.-i! proof.
Washington county, was
when favorites of the
I mot Episcopal! board of church extension here at noon. On the run f:om Mahoney And liirin.u i It.
II I the election by L, 31. Ware, republi- stage are slumbering vlgorou-ly in I which ha' ,
II has begun here says a Tribune City members of the! commit- year the i 1'1

g4 t I t I| cau candidate by a vote of 1 52bto'' order to "catch up," galloping! I dispatch from Philadelphia. The cox sian inspected, the St. Nicholas! con, IdHS".:.

t t I -IOS. The information of this unusual ,; through the street*, oat into the miit"'e 1remain: : In session \mf': storage yards of the Philadelphia ar i This excel

parks or the openciantry. A handsome Saturds:?. All the bishops are I p'f c- Reading compary and the Silver Crec"; f -
i I result, the only one of its nature in i. c-x-ofScio; of the great record. It .
woman never looks better than: eat as members, and w{! colliery some concern situate;

/ ; Florida, wa received with score re- : in a well setup riding habit and i serve' as presiding officers in rot31 tear New Philadelphia. The two SIK- been approached n:: ,
PEHSAOOLA, NOV 7, 1902 I gret by friends cf )Ir. Watts in Pen- 'i MissTrescott thus attired and well- '' The report of the conespondicg uJ.1 cial] cars cf the commission: were ::' ,

r mounted attracts almost much retary. Dr. J. W. King! shows that sh tached to the L:5/J p. ra. express on th' I j! parry."t ,
Sri --" sacola. as attention I j in id II
i I* COLER acts like a titan who don't I i I as she does when enacting II the organization of the society in 1SJ? Readin railroad and will arrive in i THE EQUITABLE I
It has aided: 12.000, churches, has given Philadelphia at 4:35: o'clock this 1
hI i know when he licktd. I A L1ULUAL O1'I'EIt: I her trying rolo of Lady Vavaour.Bee away more than $3,2kI ioO for the;; noon. afttr-I AXCE rut I u I I

r+t HERE lieth Uncle Horace Boieot st The undersigned will give a free : her at the opera house tonight I properties: aad h:::z a permanent loan .. ; OF THE ,'r'.\ IIi
-j' sample of tmberlaiu's c5oraach: -- of $2. 7.tiIO.; MASON WILL BE RELEASED. j
,} ,:; : not pone, but forgotten._ and Liver Tablets! to any one wanting I
One of the chief lateresjs of businessto
q_ I a reliable remedy for disordersof "THE AUCTIONEER. i be considered at this Negro Thought To Be Responsible For j OOWLESGeneral
f) 1 TOM JOHNSON'S circus has gone the stomach. biliousness! or con- iI I meeting is tae : BR.-.

the way of many of its; predecessors I stipation. This i i- a new remedyand fixing of the amounts that each Methodist Assaults In Eostcn. I ,
r j busted a Rood one. All druggists and I There thurrh in the United States shall Boston. Mass., Nov. 6.-The gold i \..:
' 1i _gonE : is much attractive
t j J"y. medicine dealer?. to be admired f'OOI1nln1t theeomp'tuy" be asked to raise and also the amount watch of tiara .Morton the hospital 309 H. Palafox: I ;
already among that the shall be domestic, who killed
On: merchants are preparing society authorized to I was Saturday .
which David Belasco has
for a big holiday trade. It begins : I are and lend! within the bounds of I evening and for whose murder Alan! -- -

feel like Chri tmail. | CHAMBER > selected to support David W.11 field each conference. G. Mason is charged, has: 'been loan I '
to :
V in "The Auctioneer." Helena: Phillip I in a Boston pawnshop and i the police: Carolina Port'id;

1 1 1: WONDER if James C. Gri-jjjs! curt ?, Dallas Tyler, Evelyn Whitney : To he 'llc i are sc-raching for a negro who !is saidto

national couk'resrional: chairman, is OF COMMERCE ;Lutie Tenley, Rachel McCau-land, ;! Allow: me to s'y a few words in ; have sold the articles. The rhl-r '

t not Itvlug; up to t his tcbr quit olGrimm Sadie :Miner Clara Huntington; aid I praiteof Chamberlain's Con h Hem- f of police!! dots rot conceal his becf! Cement:
{j' .'-, Jig s." Dorothy' West Roger: form a ;groupof edy. I hail a very severe cough and j that he munlfre.-l Miss: Morton an-1
._ _, t Mason, who is in
? now jail is innocen..
--- loveliness that
: y !seems; to cold and feared I would get puen-1 j
democratic predictor'| The Chamber L'ouimtrcf held a I As there have !bern :a: number; of BIR lINGHAi
THE true > i caught the critical fancy whereverV.ifittld monia, but after taking; the second'' as-

1-5, tM it cannot be downed. He is already regular: iii etii)0p last iiiuiit and a \ I.a" appeared.: During the dose rf this medicine I felt better, j saislt ca-"s in this city in which the! ,,
} 31t the defeat of the republican : pni.ciral l l-i!? h'vn' (i. i"r+led as a nro. ->
t t pre;a 'ins; great many natttr> cane: ui; f rattentilu. lung New Turk run they wire con- three bottles of it cured my cold and ?; Chief V.'ar-; on.-iiJ. d'.1! this r.'w Stocks ..fall Hi-:,
party two jars: hence. -i-ught after the illustrated the in chest disappeared i Portland .
Resignation, ?: from num- scantly; by pine my ; ha.;:" of (he \VavuaT.r: ; : iiapcrtant. can CVin!>

'fj'e -t THE political aspiration of J. :\1.1{ her of member were read and ac- : papers and uiagine: Tlfis attraction your entirely.for health.I au fi.\I.l'll\I tno-t r"-p EYERS"l'tful1y.1 ; Ho >;,'d) today: very German land Cement.Saturn, Kin.-: ,,' ,.

' Baars almost worry his friend to : cepted. Theme were from J. C. i conies tomorrow LL ht. 61 I'hirty'-,Henth at.: Wheeling, W.I IVa. i "T+'..s !nt. .+la-1 :. .rir of .r altose-l; :, Paster, Roseudal'-:

t death. If they wlu1.llet: him alone -- For sale by all drui; ; ts and er." Norfolk. Port-in:
Green, J. K.: Turtle, F. C. Hortoit medicine dealers. Th" chief said : Savannah. Jack
!i"f tit: hn'a< u'nscvtry "nvlMoble )
:. he would kill himself with It.
I i : and the individual membfrsliip of MINSTRELSY MONDAY NIGHT. ; .'('Viceof th.. poli-P I'\rlnll! :.t ; ; New OrU :. -
\ECRO n:;SAUL :' WOMAN. We also make
ld-h ; j shipir.'
f A TENNESSEE: speaks of a ; J. M. Robert i to locate thf r.esro: and eipr---, ,I n n- MilN
I;;' I The Quinlan & Wall Imperial1: ': "Ul'n"e that hi' would! IK- ; wherever w-
It f' d. : caught with
rival shtet a being t' : :: ;
:; ? '
: The t>. P. hotter Company sug- r. r:!. Llnriie! Williairs Way Die from j freight; rate. Hole--ii.
Sl i i Minstrels will come to the opera''' to!ty-t'ig t houl'S.
; ;
i ; of tripe. We refer this to the Tampa j Wcunis Fee: lled. i "Alabama" aud '> I i. '

,"Ii papers when they: want to reach the I; geted' the advisability of cultivating ]house Monday night with a pert: A'rxandria.: Ala.! Nov. fi.-Late Brand," Portland ('ry.ha .
yesterday TO ci'KK A corn iOM: IY
{') limit. the castor: oil plant.: The letter, upon ]forma lice first-class from start to | evening i Hydraulic is it ,,. .
I ______ __ __ I a !strange: negro man Take Laxative HromoQuinineTom All made:: near Biruiin;: .r.Correspondence .
iiintiun, was referred to a special'i''finish The timsb of the show ia went to the home o! Mrs.! LIndle Williams druj5its rrfand tbc money it It lulls in
ii: r ;-'. THEY arrested a few women voters j: "hot, hotter and hottest." It is a a white lady who lives rare. to:. W. Grove's signature la on Each
t \ I committee for investigation:: this I near thc'place. : box. :sic.FRENCH. SonciN: '(
J at Deiivtr because they were: repeaters. 1 ,Carrollette and is entitled "Fun and He assaulted and l left her tinscnnriou --- ---- t
1 t's late in the day to do anything committee to be named later. : from blow STRIKE SITUATION.
; } I Frolic at the tatlon. This i3 from I ? a over the head

' I" I .; like that-women has always SecretaryVatsan called attention |the pen of Hubby Carroll, the comedian with a piece of scrap iron. It is'' Safe Money i

f t J.J:1' been lepeaters.,_ ____ i to the fact; that ship caulkers at the i I I : He has ;given the stage sev- thought :'Ilrs.miamI' will die. She: j i Miners Greatly Dissatisfied the Arbitration yourtare : ;
1( is Ftill unconscious and
can give
I no 1 I
t Pensacola yard were paid f 4 25; '(era funny conceptions, but "Fun Paris. Nov. 6. The at Marston .
; WE are prospering all through> ; the navy account of the crime Before leavi i striking real c\ .

,t.1' I' L outb. Our tarmtrs: and planters I per day while at all other yards! the !i'and Frolic at the :Station":: is nis funniest ins the n<>Rro rohhe-1 the house. j! miners are !showing great dh-satisfa"- Great Furniture i' '

.. t- are in better: liuaucidl cuuditiuu ttuiu I same' line were paid f 4 day. This j : effort. There are one hundred'11U Every effort !is being made to capture I Ih:1 tion at the arbitration dw-iion aain.-t;
iiil I : per hs a minute crowded into it. It a raise in the rate of i riiwi.
I wages and th."r '
t M' they nave been in .t'IoB and are now !
li t.t"j getting: good prices fur their ctups.l apparent unfair discrimination, it j is put on with special scenery, with -. national committee has called!! mot -4 J

Il- i was thought, would eventually hurt'' extraordinary: mechanical effects MEAT &; MALT has a marvelous i Ins to take place at Arrias. dt-pa-r
fir Goon hard clean roads wbat dietetic ment of Pas de Calais Saturday to di! STEAMER LINE SCHEOUi: :
l f are : the local yar J, especially' when the 'with new and caicby music. A real < t"alue'hn'HEfrE'sbn and j"' termlne on the conrsr to tot'r
aaII1' : !,. we need all over this city, and until1ke : loc nnotiv". with! Jtea;** ap aid a pesant i to take it helps" assimilation -
prospect cf the stationing of the : At Pt. Etienne the mir.ert: hi: -
; thtUi 1'eUiUfola: cannot expect i : cf food. Sold I j lenvern 1'ont-ai '- '
". 1 get i train ol cars is introsuced: and U a byDANNIIEISER resolutions
1 i I adopted to appeal to rli.dnck : "
,, L h ; to take tile place aniuug; rrorecrive floating dock here was cot now dis- "[ clever bit of stage; craft. There are 11UOS.Anothei'Vlctim laborers to renew the !'tril,"' Hun.. 11&11) h \> pi sl:,

-i i l i t $ tliiitty CHItS that is arts by I f-nud. The matter: was referred to a ;all sorts of mishaps and (unto tJities. of Explosion. I against loading coal, unless the companies "CITY OF'x

; S .f Ii right ut uutural uttrwctiuiis and re- | I Dating the of the the !
committee to see if something: could ; run piece big New York Nov. t).-Another victimof today grant the miners' term'

r' "' !' ,t_'.' 'ur\ ::, Hy divine right, to quote '1'I' Is I not be done in the matter. i I dancing act i I. put on. This is guaranteed the fireworks explosion in Madison i j The striker at Lens have unanimous\v! \ ,Milton l..n ....ola.rl\<:::j'sm.i'ain, l.\Arl t., ,, I Itr

f. Presldcbt1 tr. the greatest: dancing act ever Square on the evening of ejection! da;:. adopted resolutions to continue tJi- Far..iieIiaundti; I J. '
( .' H____ 1 A bunch of letter, circulars, etc.were : 'strike pendlne the decision of .
," staged.; Itisa how in itself. The died today. He was the only! unidentified ,' th" Ar- -
If MK. WILI.I, M. BALL, who ha- real, most of which asked for ; : I rigs meeting of Saturday. The troopsare <
r finish of the :act: i U b ucdle, ly funny man among the injured who weretaken ;

I l j- %ff\: been: business maoaerut Tilt: NEtvs I information on various subject i p presenting; the original "Coon- to B'-:lt-vue hospital and his :some kept of the busy mining maintaining districts. rjni f't !i'. 'JEWELER IN HIS

R f .fcr the I'Ust! ttp years, Las resigned I The secretary said be had replied by 'town Fire Brigade'heu the curtain death was uised by a broken skui!

,1 : i:5: this position to accept a place on the forwarding to each enquirer a copy1;! fall on the last bit of the fun The accident total is number tow 13.of deaths from-the I Fashiensblt Nuptials Celebiated.New NEW 8T AND"

., : ft't. stall of the Times-Union and Citizen. I and frolic there are forty fnn-makers > York Nov. '">.-A fashionab-:

tp" 1" 1 s:,'t THE NEWS regrets the toof its''Ior of the! Chamber's annual report. \on the stare in all sorts: of burle t I''.gathering \\"ltnl'1'1I the wedding at St.

L : .,fi able and popultr buiuess manager, !Ir. Mr. Htilluian wanted more interest ?'gaes.: "Fun an Frolic at the' Yorkshire Elects a Liberal. Patricks cathedral in this city of Mer I have moved my JP"- irv' '
London Nov. 6.-The election in 120 South ,
If_ t ; f"rn-
; to whose personal elforts i is due entirely in the meeting, but no action was :Station" i is d real after-piece for all i Yorkshire yesterday: for a member of 'cedes daughter of the wealthy Cantmj.and Mexican pied, by Bass & C':'..., aa.

y1 ::I "II l ; the high place this paper holds !1 taken at last night's; meeting. fuLur nmi-trel show finales. parliament to succeed A. E. Pease. Liberal I j railroad man. Dodolfo O. j better: prepared thou fr .-
Fernando Garcia, of this rit .
$i' 3 iu the community, and THE NEWSI!i resulted in the election of liar-I i j'' ,: great; bargains: diani'-'
Archbishop Farley] performed the or.--
., wishes for him he Samuel l Liberal. lie ,! j jewelry etc. Call: a
as enters upon Ahlocp \III ill Flame". beet a !govern
I TORPEDO BOATS mony A special! train bron;ht th" I let l: me convince you.
4 ., t his new field of labor, a success fully inert educational hi!!, eight hours
'I'I Jt; Breaking into a blazing home, large bridal party from Merida.A :\f"l. J. 1. SIFoiey's I
: '.. .s'? commensurate with his just deserts, I come firemen lately dragged the work for minors" and temperance were I _

: 1..''11_' : which lU.1Uin other word, they !I eleepiuar inmae from death. Fancied MAY VISIT HERE the j.rincinal issuts \ Stanlinu Sori>ri-t .

r '. :' : brightest future anyone could wish I i :'security and death near. It's A Violent Attack cf Croup Ciirril. Very few could b-li..vf !in looking Kidney C'fred

.... L 4 for. I that way: when :you neglect cousin at A. T. Hoadly. a he.tltty. 'bu-t kes kioccys and bluer *
\ and cIj. Don't d/.> it. Dr. Kin*'* j The torpedo boat destroyer Decatur "Lat winter an infant child of blacksmith of Tilden. Ind.; tiut ?r ;:? -
*' New Discovery for Consumption' mine had in a violent form" ten he suffered !
}r I':' A81L1F. from her vast natural resources : croup years BUCI tortures
t I gives' perfect protection against;; all and a tleet of seven torpedo bolts nays BUFf John W. Rogers a Christian ; from Rheumatism as few could endure I EVERYBODY
there are no two in"trumeu.-j j jtalitits Throat (,he-t and Lung Troubles. are iu the gulf and it is said will Evangelist, cf Filley, Mo. "I and live. Hut a wonderful LOOKS
( t 1 + that: have contributed more !j Keep it near, and avoid suffering, i gave her a few doses of Chamber change followed his taking Electra 1
l.t- to recent southern development ;' death, and doctor's bill. A te1-1' come to Pensacola navy yard withina lain'* Cough Remedy and iu a short, r Hitter "Two bottle wholly cured FOR THE E

;,' ,j I i 'r than r railroads: : ;; and manufactures, '| spoonful stop a late cou.:h, l't'ri"tIeut I I few days: time all danger wa past and th- me" he writes "and I have not felta
ue the most stubborn. Harmless child recovered." This remedy not twinge in over a year." They
.t r says the Tradesman. While our ;ig-1 I and nice testing' it's guaranteed The Decatur which i is acting as a' only cures croup, but when givenas regulate the Kidneys, purify th. Here it i is. c ill ": -

s l ystx ricultural interests have been of the 10 "ati..rbv W. A. D'Alemberte,121! convoy to the fleet. put in a: Key I soon as the first' symptom appear: blood and cure lihtuinati.-in/Neu-: I Creary. They are d un:
first importance in the pa-t. the time i jha j K. I'alafstrppt.; : Price 50c and fl. win prevent the attack. It contains raUii.; Nervoune-. improve digestion ; work that can be turu.- 1

1 3, t come when southern statesmen: '. Trial bottle* free. j West ye-terday, and reported the no opium or othr-r tui-mful! substance and rise perfect health. Try prepared to do any kn. .
Z; -- --- -- and may be given :confidently to them. Only 1'.41 C.Mat \V. A.
I I tleet
rl a '; foresee the :greatest promise: in an Do you want a magnificent watch j| west of that point. Xo report a baby &* to an .idnlt. For 'alebyJ: D'Alrmberu-'s:.' -ton 121! S. I'al- They put ua India rut t>. r

} increase in her transportation facilities for little money? 'if ?o, call ot I I was made of the tleet'a destinationor all druggi-tsaud: i irediciiif dealer- ; afox !"trept. best on the market. I':. -
( '$' th> jeweler. He will accommodate --- -- ..
her in Stephens
and in manufacturing ; the purposes of its presence in the a they bave a full li', -
Fresh Buttermilk, Sc. a' CALL FUR PABS1 NEW MALT BEER ;
yon. tire stock.
j dumtriesu uaiiou Lad ever be lU
's : -- -- f gulf. The Decatur
i went
that to Key glass at Solomrn's. BSOLUTEIY NEW ANJ PURE. Does your buy lf' '
come rich or powerful depended
West for mail and advicts. dig? They can niak n; .
.' entirely uoa( agriculture.: Tntil'scieutitio : STEAMSHIPRAN Their price, too are rth "
f'y I farming came into vo/?ue i j It is hoped; that boats of this clas-: .Swansdown Flour. "y have ample c-ipr u .

: agriculture way cairied on princi- AGROUND may soon be in this port :as: there I- . a first-class carriaii,i '
l-y tl.,' !least kiiled, rooreit anxiety look repairing
{ : t pally great iuiavicg; a good call on them.

t + paid and most uueduiat of at them. HAS NO EQUAL TAKE NO OTHER. Scales: repaired.

t + I The navy yard has not yet been rl! 'IT/Fak ( I.
under-4 A dispatch from 1pyVe:
): t } standing any way ;; : advised that the torpc-dD boats will Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansdown Flour will 15 E-i-t (t ird '
j the British steamship Firth of Forth ,' Phone 1)-;;.
t4 ral advantages, we shoulJ refuse to j put in here.
make the best bread that be
can produced.
I !
font Mobile to Kurope with timber. ----- ---
14i i :; ; lull l'r cutfess our dependence upon ,
l.tifk In Thirteen.
4 i'\i Pi; that or upon any other single indus i ran: a.hoTt'loudlY night on Mullet j ji W[ ARE AGENTS; FOR BOTt1.rrT FINE STATIONERY.C. .
Hy ""ndin 13 milesVm.. spirey.
try. Diversified and multiplied in- twelve miles from West ,
Key Key
I of Walton .Furnace:., gut a box ofBacklen's
a dutrii-s what the south needs to OUR FRESHLY
I, fir i The deck load wajettisonedand the '! Arnica Salve, that wholly COFFEEHAS
&i ; ; develop her in the fullest sense. cured a horrible Fever tore on his V. Thotnp-!., :N -
damage to the vessel was not thought j lei Qth1l1.elsf'cou'd. : xo Ell LL.. DOST FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
-- ;
1 'oitiyelycures : Palafox street.' li',- j.i-:
i 1 to have been great, as she! was expected HnJlse. F..loo. Ulcers, Erl1p,
I JAS. McHUGH Prop., New Orleans Grocer '. new supply i.f Li:.<-n t :
'i I lions:, Burn, Corns and }
WILL LEAVE to be floated Wednesday Papers, white blue aid .
: I Only 5c Uuaranteed by W. A. lti ,ne 105 8 and 10 W. Int'nitrncia .t. t:
'iti' with assistance from tu?s. | D'AIfinbTte. druggist, 12l"S.. 1'ala- Envelopes to match (lx!>

:! This: steamer came here several fox street.- ---- aUo Foreign Mail Tablet- "
[ .! } TOMORROWr !i weeks since with a cargo of rails for i. ASK HIM M'lt A Hl'IXilNS' :c F. B. BRUCE, velopes Penholder to match.Blankbonk-Ink r- ;

the L. &: X., and went to Mobile for jcsrgo. j j Frances' Diplomats Ci- etc., always on hand.

,1 4: business Mr Willis manager M. Ball: for, until TIlE recently DAILY I'' on! the. vessel Some was of: this shipped timber by Peusa-placed i I\'!: gars Solomon's- cts tvu 1X nin( i is the i fliD( ad AlAhU: MD Phone 234.

NEWS, \\'i1lIt'at"e at T o'clock tomor-I I FOR PABST PEW MALT Bi.EK-THE '
I II : '

: row morning tor Lake City, where -- -, u -- --- I i PURE.T r.1.\DE.-- Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and 8 Lrastt:. 1 -

c. he will! "cover" the State Fair fort T:!!e Non-Irritating !i Try one of our celebrated Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. 'J! / -, -

the Times-Uulcn and Citlien. At : H. $ S. Felt Mattresses. '
I Hammond and Other Typewriters. Typewriter Supplies. All Kinds: of
: the txpiratioa of the fair )Ir. Ball i iI CatharticEasy \They never pack or grow Repairing, Lock and Key Fitting. ; All kinds of cha r-,

c t : will KO on to Jacksonville to assume'I to Ufce. lumpy. Better than a hair High-Grade Hammerless Guns Kept for Rent Bi? Supply of Fresh Shells, rocking chairs at M ar r,
easy to operate- all at Low Prices.
his new posit 01 on the staff of tho'' mattress, at half the price $ Quina's. Prices art TJ

r TImes-Union and Citizen. Hood's Pills I Marston & Qidna. i 16 South Palafox Street. i I low.



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President; F. C. NORTON Cashier; ;
of Little Benefit Unless It Is Ii- QPHOLBTERER:: : S. J. F05HEEYice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier.OF -

MEETS TODAY I Ieht ed.Xearlyeveryone 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. AMERICAN I': : I" ;I

will admit thata aroet (Work and Refinishing Furniture a NATIONAL SANK : 1J

I If : a nation we eat too much meat Specialty. \

f of public instructionregular I and too little of vegetables and the I PENSACOLA. FLA. l ,
"li.orio 4o :;. ;I
meeting this grain I II Designated Depository of the United States. :
" -I ;
:For business
men,office men .and I I' r
o'clock and the ''f
4 clerks, and in fact everyone engaged i R. K. WHITE, i! Condensed Statement: at the close" of business Oct. th.. 1H02. ; ;:1
manifested the '
T-'St t
btu sedentary or indoor occupation*, RESOURCES LIABILITIES I I

-:ion i i3 by no means grain""*,milk and vegetable are much : >Vatchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler!i Time Loans .... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... $346.354 9S Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... i:'t10d1{>!}.00 I 11 :
more healthful. and Graduate Optician, i I II' i iIS Demand Loans ..... ...... ............ .... 119M4974! Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... JO.( 0.00 II I ii I
Only men engaged in a severe nut- I Overdrafts.. .... .... .............. ...... .... KMT Undivided Profits..... ........... .... .... 15.25697 :i ;
..> of the city health.r South PaUtox St.. Penucoli,FU I i 1 U. S. Bonds and Premiums; .. ...... ...... 2U.l 57 Rediscounts ...... ...... ...... ... ...... .... 64,071.67 I ;I
before the body door manual: labor can live on a' ,-,- ''f Blocks, security, etc... ...... ...... ...... -'J,6.-.(W) Circulation I ..... ...... .. ...... .... .... ..... 123,0 J{'>"u.00 I j !,
heavy meat diet and continue in Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6.71S.4S Deposit ...... ............ ...... ...... ...... 455,0( 6Go J 'I",
mion-: from eighteen health.As r. K. Stamps.... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... i-11-6 \ ,
HALF OF DOCK j I !Casn and Exchange............ ... ... ...... 175.45 I i It
all of whom
regard a general rule, meat once a dayis = I

!I.T hour as; injurious tot sufficient for all classes; of men, ON THE WAY I $SS9,3Cl.o9! t5t'Ja.5B\ } t I

,!. and in one case a women and children, and grains This bank opened for business October 23: 1900. We respectfully solicit roar patronage: and we will give I'jt Ii
.triliutps. the fruit and vegetables should constitute i -- your business prompt, courteous: and careful attention. j t s I
present the bulk of food I a
eaten. 1
mid to hast eating. But many of the most nutritious I Half of the big dry dock left' Havana 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I : ,

buud: will receive foods are difficult of digestion and it i l yesterday for Pensacoli and is -- -- I' f i : 1. '

ii accord him great re- is of no use to advise brain workers expected early next week should 52cR5252
t tl'm to be taken in to eat largely of grains and vegeta- their be no inclemency in the weath- /2-' ..RED TAG SALE. .. !I I f fi : I! :
bles where the digestion is to weakto I
'iofconjectuiesolely.anon er. The supposition is that the first I if. I : I II
assimilate: them properly.It I. t I,
that the boird is always best to get the best re- j half will be delivered at the Pensa-: oj-j MEN'S AND BOYS' I ;'

t : : remedy the matter: suits from our food that some simple !j''cola navy yard and the other portion :I [

iny child from leav- and harmless digestive should be I will be brought over when the [
: !
during, the school taken after meals to assist the relaxed I tugs can again go to the Cuban capitol ,, J j Dependable Clothing !
digestive organs, and several '
and secure it. The tug Underwriter ,
b expected put an cS
years experience have proven Stu- I ZSZ t: P ( t
->' i-Mon. It is stated art's Dyspepsia Tablets to be very | has the dock in tow. 1 I I" I

Health board's: con- safe, pleasant and effective diget- {[I The Pensacola: naval station has j i'"PHE Character, Style and Quality of our Clothing recommend themselves, but whii marked at One-Third c ,
Less th-in exclusive dealers' prices, it's to your self-interest to make the savings by coming here. txiTSee : i
tive and
a remedy which betaken
\\ ii( be regarded as a I ItrJ. may I' received otlioial notification that the
with the best results. '', Our Big Show Windows for Powerful Convincers.
/),,' dock would shortly arrive and to be :$;: :
.Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can I t i iWO
ready to receive it. From the tone I
of the schools is i .
:! hardly bd calkd patent medicine, Pairs Hoys' Pant, all wool, 4 to 100 Boys' Blue. Black and Scotch i i Men's; Dregs Trou-ers.-Our Line '
: i t he looked after, I as they do not act on the bore Is nor of the advices the inference is drawn 15 I; years, Cheviot Suits, (5 to 15 yeah. i!i Comprise all that is Good in '' .

i 'imored, imperfect I I any particular organ but only oa th'e :'1 that the dock will betationed pel- i 50c pair. $2.00. :\1P11'S;:; Fine Trou,uln s. 'II I :j I

food eaten. They supply what weak I manently at Pensacola.: This was I I A Look is all we Ak. The PriceDoes I 1

stomachs lack, pepsin diastase and I not anticipated wben a decision was I 300 Pairs JJoys' Pants, worth $I.OO, 350 JJoys1 Dro;;s Suits, all materials, the fle!t. I.j i i il
by stimulating: the gastric gland increase to ]15 years, G to 15 years, fll i i i
I made to bring the dock here. It $3 $3 ;50 SJ $15918 q. 1 I
[J LaLE FORn80PERTY the natural secretion of hydrochlonc I was 75c pair. S2 25; ?:2 50, *!!, S,5:I.W, $1, up to *0. I : l01I. ;;

I acid. j I thought it would only be brought up Must be !SPen to bo Appreciated. i
3(50(; Pairs Bov <' DCP*, Pants worth Oar Kitf.I Show I \'."III d...wprove con- '
OWNERS People who make a daily practice I for repairs as it luj been damaged ; ; ; IIStartling
U'23, 4 to 13 years, clu""lvt-vwh'tw"l'anduforyouIU! :
ot taking one or two of Stuart'sDyspepsia while moved I BOYl'i Fine Tailored lre Suits j
being about in the Cu- 75 C5' ?+ and Top.Klti.
$3 $4 50
1 EP.COAT/"I. .
/ -.
Tablets after ea:1: meal ban $100 pair. ( Apo-itive saving of $2.5-J= tI
are sure to have perfect digestion port. i I to f;1 :a ?uit.'i t
i. l lolt of trouble in The Cubans have entered an obI' 150 Boy.,' Plaid Suits G to 15 YOI'TIiM'tit'I'f$ in Chpvlot : !
which means perfect health.There years Clays i u !
Cn $12 50 U suits cur price $10 0 COMen's
u property owners is no danger: of forming an jection to the d:>ck'd longer station I 75c suit. and Worsteds;; I 15; to IS years, ,

'I' i- .\.ifd to evade the injurious habit as the tablets con there, and in self defense had to be $5.50, *1;, $65 l ;). *i.r"\to\ HI 1)0. 15 00 sails, cal prise 12.58

...f f sidewalk law tain absolutely nothing but natural 1U Hays' Blue Cheviot Suits, G to I nfl I
tnf towed Pensacola the
away. was j! M 18 Salty 15 00
la years, 300 Pairs Men's Working : "i.i
digestives and Tou..ers'i ens. r.S
; cocaine morphine "
._ '! and { :
: c'lf-ap uneriK most advantageous station, and it
similar drugs have no place in a $150 suit. $l, $i.23, $1.1:0: .2, $2.23, *2 30. I1 I I Men' Tcp Coats, $6.00 to 12 00
t\ I i was decided to bring it heie. Now iMONDAY'S
stomach medicine and Stuart's Dyspepsia -: I
,i, .if.1 the law make itf Tablets are certainly the best the Cubans object to its return andit ;>
i J
f a,i fniir "stringer*" to known and most popular of all Stomach will be kept away from Havana. SPECIALS.- ; I

.. f lusbppn remedies. Remainder of all Colored Bilk Waists, former. S2.75; I ONE; CASE STANDARD PRINT, HI yards.. ...lie !
i for
since a request $10.000 has been
I ly $3oO: to $r 00 O I I ONE CASE PERCALES, Li-htalld Dark, 12'.jc:
.-. i. t1' walk are be- Ask your druggist; for a fifty cent made with which a crib would be 33 Pieces New Fall 5 i I value ppr vard . . .. ... .... .. .. .. .. ....lOc I
package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab-
iv Ls eu built, with constructed, it is reasonably certain I
lets and after a week's use note the

-' i- A gentleman improvement in health, appetite 0 i this dock will be a permanent addition .ffi w. j. & B. FORBES.; $ ;

" ;ilnl: to build his and nervous energy.. : to the local yard. I: i
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-t'in! 'r> went to II o ---- -
Cut this out and take it to any : A BAD LIVER CURED. J
'. \'iliuiit and drug! store or medicine dealer and Rut True. If You Buy Them at the! HJ) ton'hop.! titer, They are Good I
1t.1, I A bad liver is the cause of most of "If every one knew what :n grand I ,' .'
: n get a free sample of Chamberlain'si the ills with which the huuruliody! j medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills
1 stcinacli au/1 ldvat'Ihblrt.", the best i suirers. The br-i way to overcome : is," writes I). H. Turners Deinpsey- j I
I Ij phy'ic. They cleats e and invigorate thu uncomfortable condition i- to I town Pa., "you'dell all you have A MATTER OF TASTE. 1i :
j i..V .1.t,1 I
: nut ) the Sl'iSikdCli. improve the appeI I have a liver remedy upon which in a day. Two weeks' use has madea
I ...' f t6.! rturt.; I tite and regulate the bowels Itegu- ; you can depend. HEI'ATICl'JiA' new man of me." Ijif.illible for I "1 4 1
lar size, 23c per box. H the thing which will -rive you a'' con-itipatinn, stomach and liver ,
a It -' JII1I.IH' bret Ljud Fancy Cut and Perforated Shoe\ do do !
: not the Most t
-- -- great deal of pleasure from its use troubles. 25c at W. A. D'Alemberte's f
\ '," lit uuterul: : and STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ and speedily restore you to health. drug tore, 121 S.\ Palafox street.I I I Talking. Good Shoes that are Plain Speak Volumes irr I t
i! Mr. Ja*. 1'. McNair of Pensacola, Dignified Way.
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4 I ia' in b. turn up and FU., I have f
i says: had some -trouble i
:,.' I. The 1 law will l Will make regular trips between : with my liver for about a year anda 'I I Frances' Diplomats Ci-
half. I have tried a good many I at Solomon's-10 ots Ruth = Beulah $2.00 :
i I.'- 'iifurci'tupntrill Pensacola, Point Washington and kinds medicine, also phy-iciju'l! gars Shoes

.. Freeport. Leave Baylen street i! treatment, but found btraight. :!
-'.ll and i no relief until :
expense __ __- I I i
took HJ: r
wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive ,1 PATWUR.Uue bottle
are LidieV Shoes full of the little .
I treless seen only in custom
!persons at Freeport at 6 ui. same day. has so much improved me that I Cleaning ladies ;skirts; and waistsis I
p. .
II hoe have
have They correct shape und ""wing. Fcelintrthat
gained seven pounds in weight of Star Laundry :
one o .r specialties. I
\'- a3 well as cura- Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. in. I j in three week My appetite:! iroini you will appreciate Rutli-Beal.ih'- a-k that you 't
H* '-SirsapanllaK I 1 1n and arrive Peusacola! 6 p. m. same J; and that bad taste I had in my'I i iI I call and look at them. \
it merit is day. Fare round trip 55; ; one way *3. |i iTuns. mouth is all gone. Sold by all drug-I ,
fully ;"
Cost os, Captain. : guts i, Refrigerators' have a j ,
Sal in II i few left, which we will sell \

U 'I r M; .\ 11cucIN,' :)c, NAVAL STOUKS MAl'.KKT. I Hot Rolls, at 5 p- m., lOc-i s at cost. Marston & (Oidna. i II Boston Shoe Store

doz., at Solomon's. j I :
1 for The New l -
n imitation beer Reported Dally >j o, i I

..o(i on the public Union Naval Store. Go.BOSIJJ. ,!! ABSOLUTELY CALL FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER- OPERA HOUSEJ! 117 South Palafox. It. ; P

I see that evertnded / : NEW AND PURE.5J ________ _______ u___________ __ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ __ ,I
r WW _.... '_" "" ft 15 H..._...__ .....U I uI I
"SchlitzChocolate WO.._......_. .. :S 75; cs..._ ....... .... 1 |: LAUNDRY LINES. 1 II:ONDLiY, << !
S_ .. .. ..... 8 60 K?........ ... .. i4:', I --- ONE NIGHT ONLY I 0 : wwwe
Hot with M ... ..... a 101 E....... .... .. 14": 1 L'lollH-s lurniKl 1 rislit side out carefully ; I November 7. ,"'q.< NOVEMBER ; j i e

Whipped K..._ ... ......._..... 2 SO) 1>...... .?_... ........ 1 X, folded and sprinkled are half Friday, i!i -| i ,
Cream at Solo- I..... ........" _' m C*bxlow 1 :>5ltf iroinil.I i i I I ; I
men I'4PIRn'S TtJkPESTINI-5 2'' ,. I I .. .THE.! i il
Iron the *
silk fronts
. of embroideredM I
I A Play that will Create the Sensation m
------ warm to make
of the
Diy. !

:* > f4*.t*....t.e4.***.sen. tilt-in lash bright..iid! and shiny 1 JIH.11) TIAITILI'KESENTf : Quinlan & Wall l ,,1 ,
S 'I" \'s should he ironed on :thiu. I
i & ,es. .i Single and Double .'* Collar Pads J MiKmth Mirfaif met thick tkmurl I
. 0 J1wl,1 only un the wrung fide. ;! i i i'I iI
and Harness. 1'1.u.'itLsill; not shrink in the wash R nAURAn? !
i 'is.; Riding f ,

. ------ .... .; ill to.IIL'II:: it'iii<'."\MKIJI" ,dt'aUMil Jt'Iljr bus in tufa u hot added water to i i iluaUc 11Lgp RD D S T IAT O Rt"I : MR. DAN 'lr'lsl.\s. late :I i! t i

: Saddles a arose suds. | 3lauaerudInterlocutor, of the : :
5 I I ;
i Buggies and Wagons, i ":h11 d.iiiitfnui{ clothes for ii'on.iu; : j|IA Romance of Life Founded( on i i AI. (i. Field 1in-trel-! I ,! I : J''
the tt.r.rr t.hou614e as Lot as the hand '' Ouida's Novel. ''Strathmore: ," and 1 j ,
; : INSTALI\'lENT'j{ Saddle S can I lt-ir. It is not necessary to H'P 1 author of "Moths." "Under Two I 42-ALL STARS42I (DAILY MENUSCompne 1 I : '

... / 5 sii iiii.di; water as it is when till water Flags," etc.. witb the popular Act- }
': i is I'"I.!. revs I -- all the t.l. p-to. i i
! BEERtRtpos TORY r i Blankets | .\ l.tllt; iifI.i.r] dissolved; in tie'!'! Virginia Drew Trcscott of Firt Parts Date Dishes the Mnr- 'I'. f !I ; I I
j I
water einjiloyej in washinsr: tlothi-s will ( Matchless Olio I kets of the World { :
. 5O -SU S. Palafox St. J Spurs, .* \.istlx improve their color and will| Supported by Alexander Frank andi ,. Picked Vocalists! Exclusive Specialties! A ford. 1 : j
. ... -"- ..'.: I>r'' .. a great: satin;; of tnwtrout! (k1 1 a Company of Carefully I I : j
I.Ladies' I.
1 and :41:11'1 i I selected Players. I I '

:6 c" Extra Shafts and Poles .'" Harness | 1 As to ua! liius; sr>ckins. don't, use= :j jt : I Gar rem Street! Pu[Cant at! Nnn! 1 \ ; i
t I
oda., li.i\e the water niCHlerately warm Produced in a Manu'T Equal to any I Private ; i
New York Production. I
i For Buggies and Wagons. | for Ixjth wa>uin:.' and! rfusiiict (lis. dye j ; I :
Parts Prhe -j.:; o 4) 73u; and ?l.uO Dining i
youruap in the water dots! rub it on i I'rlcos-z5, 50 The and $1 U). I 1 ____ Parlor. s j i ;
-- - -
: : the sti)lobs. Rinse in hard water, Seat on sale Wednesday at noon. 1 0X1] XKillT I } I i
:F)1i1e4if, S. Low Prices Easy Terms Of All Kin s, :. I' dry with'a|In.tit-Sly 6Irm in iron.RlBCkfnc the. breeze sal i>rrss I THURSDAY: Nor. 13' -- ,.r. ,, ;! j'l I I I'

Saturday November 8. Regular Dinner
.3..t..O..0 D10 I Daily i I> 'I
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-- PRETTY .'t ,,< I.
: tae Stoie. J DAINTY PETITE, t ; 'I 1 I
Mot of us know that the blacking 'I I ',
Shorr Or
I'OU 1 t I'ronpeljFiled. ,
'II !
i done by the man who conies from the MISS ADELAIDETHURSTON j t
I hardware store for the purro of a\>- I II l. Night or Uay.H I !
SCHOOL BOOKS= !: plyln? it looks better and lasts lonsrtr: ...WARFI ELD... I|, : 1 I : !i
than when we put it on ourselves. The l i i I I
I I II' Momet6loq GoO to Eat ; I I
k'E'E LARGEST: STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PENHA- I polish the experts apply is mixed with 1| In His Whirlwind! Success, J i I I SWEET CLOVER yon wten. you'll nna It lot ;J., 111 i.
benzine and that we use with water. i I j jAnd .
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. I In thr laminm-ly 8ucet ful Comedy j ;I I '
don't tor;'ft that the sfon'e, must Nick Apostle'sPopular 'I I 1
| Drami. I
I be perfectly cold when it is applied. '; The Auctioneer .: :t J
-(jEM BOOK STORE. iI Restaurant : .. < I '
I "AT '
; I I
... .
AI'f Four Crowded Months: at the Bijou I
School Supplies. Tablets, Pencils, Penholders, Etc. Laxative promo iuinln Tablets. Theatre, New York. SPLENDID SCENERY .< .< s* -
Tmsctrnature.t'RX l f on e\ery i j1 '
SEE ME AND SAVE box, i5c.l lJ ifi 7rrsv'tI ..t.* SUPERB SUPPORT!
MONEY. I -- -- UNDER MANAGEMENT Ot I i iI s sWatch


j IT. '1 Price?-50, 75?, $1 and tl.bO. I Hot Rolls, at 51>. nr,, lOc. thai they art ran defL

L 218 SOU III r.u .u'ox STREET. I I Try Force at Solomon i Beats on sale: Thursday;; at n:>ov a doz., at Solomon's. If:;c1ilitw." '; i ,

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MISS FAY LEE They Are Admitted to De the Deit In native government employees In after the cause. Stimulants and cathartics will never canTheymaytemporarilyrelievethesystembutthenextmealrl'c '

C the World. India receive more than $100 a year. : .%Ja.

.,, President of the Shakespearian Club. Kansas City. Wherever thmrl'cm goes in Cti- Since the fell!l of the campanile In'' food should be digested. The nourishment: -streceiii ."''
I the
Venice the that used to announce ihould be appropriateabiiorbed by system
t rook it is with a fivlng of satisfaction; gun

1 .*Your booklet came to ( y nervous tension. The nerves tliat In- finds In the more Imllf.rtmt' noon and sunset is silent. : K 0 DOL

_ tny ( soon begin to give way under For the first: time ou the Italian coasta : I
of health of ideas i for Children
t y : homelike a nsessaee cities the :ih'ptatioii! .
thestramYouperhapslumphadachebadacheaedbur devoured :(
: bas attacked! and
r L ; when I had suffered with at unusual disturbance flgu'tmc; fire. Our steam fire>. sharU purifies,cleanses,strengthens and swct"This .
any Naples."Majuba"
bather in the sea near
: or laugh or weep, hysterically i our brass piles that bring; men tk.wn Th rWlve new discovery digests all classes ;
I wuk to anew '
iagdownpaies. was was the stomach and digestive organ; in',-- ,
at no apparent cause. I
and hysteiical and from the KPIKT storitof their station I recently :
of ? nervous That is what Alisa Fay Lee, sulphurous yellow colored rose transforming it Into the kind of DMr -

# had not consulted! any doctor, Wp/i North Seventh Street, f houses our hinged; collars that snap I exhibited in Paris. Another OH taken up by the blood and fed to the ti- I

t thinking it would pass away Kansas City, Kansas, was I around th11.r'l's'\ necks at a touch Mack red variety was called P oer Cour thevarlousorgansofthebody. Kodnl\ ,. t

in time, but icsUad I found t"r r ( coming to when she rescued I ore ncrywlurf.. .\t every Important I E.f'odol and dyspepsia, thus removing the cau- ::
increased act: ; '
( that the pales frequcct. I decided ;' tJi ;T herself by taking Wine oft international of recent years, I age.Nearly two-thirds of the twelve milesof troubles. Kodol rfves such strength tit st
t' were more Cardui. The Wine made I is invaluable in all wasting diseases.
h to try Wine of Cardui sfsa I'lJfI Lu. I ln'ginmnj; even with that of Paris in the Simplou tunnel are now com-
thank for what -
her strong,healthy woman "I wish to yon
tl and in a short time was much has made million other i li>C7, American tire engines; and ladder pK'ted. On the Ital in side 2.0uO men cured me of dyspepsia after everything else had failed nbeultriiu
It seemed to act like a charm. again, as it : a I cheerfully recommend ." ct
improved. and ou the Swiss bide an rlib'luray.
t and healthy. By indue- trucks have taken prizes.At are employed
I kept up the treatment and the result women strong Kodol Digests What You Eat.

('f ; was most satisfactory.; Words fail to express ing regular menstruation the entire the 1'aris exposition of two years even larger number. Prepared by E.DeWUt&; Co..Cbi The ft bottle contatns:' times.s i..,

'1 my gratitudeforthesuffrringthat system is relieved of the terrible wasting ago an American tire team from Kansas The cathedral at Gothenburg "the measurement)as the trial size which sells for 5tkDtWUI'S y

41'f rt is cow saved me. I am in fine health drains. The ligaments which hold thoph'SJca1Iy ('ity fourteen men under I'hief :::h'I't1ibII l'e." which threatens to Little FaHll Risers tile famous little liver pits -- --'.

t ; x h and mentally.: I can only say womb in place are strengthened by a I'. Hale carried off all the most share' the fate of too campanile ia CODstlp.4 IoQ. 6afe tborou.-b. a
hit there is much; more in is returned I Gauge; old. it burned
t 'thank you healthy flow and that organ only a bundled ,cars

+ 4c my heart for you.. to its normal position. ReturninglliEARI I important honors at the International down in 17_1 and again in li 0i John .Sheppard.Harjjis' Pharmacy Sidney K .1

DOWN pains are the result. This is what l i fire confess, at w hick were represented fuel
health is the Peat gas has been employed as : .
know. America. Prance, Portugal; Holland. -
a that women done for thousands '
[ Wine of CardUlla at the Motala Steel works. Sweden for
+ are suffering from timtrouUe in America. I i Norway Belgium, Switzerland: IVn-

t 3 t;' u l fl, about and back it. that the roc feel rains need as not if in heavy the be uncertainIf nldomen weights Advisory of If the you best need women Department advice write, The The Ladies'Chattanooga i: malt Zealand. Italy.1tlilll11.'u, lulia.I1"'i:1 Uruiany!. ,, ,Turkey Ireland Mexuo,, linglaud. New and: .I thc the greater puddling post extent thirty furnaces subsequently years and originally to a still the for TRY THE N WV\/ANT r''Jp'A '' !

down the nerves of the Medicine Company,Chattanooga, hearth furnaces.
+i were pulling en Peru Yearlylane lircmen took part i open

i tt; ;' stomach are "bearing-down pains". Tenn., describing all your symptoms in fumiM'tition: *. The first contest I A 1'olKh! count some time ago took
They may not be particularly: severe atpresent freely 1 and a letter of advice will be his automobile and his colored driverto
d i .,,, made with steam lire engines on
f u-
; but they are growing! worse. $1.00 bottle of Wine \later deputation
f sent Secure I his estate. A few days a -
,iiich drives you. the b.inKt tLc l' nl'llOut 1'H) en-
.itly :
1' That headacLe r.t yea I
u > the terrible cf Cardui from your druggist today made cf pe'a' !'ants appeared who declared A .
.. L tl distracted nuvr ii canned bv : ;giucs uupettd. The test was the tlt"'ilI M Lv" ;

: trtiiii ,...1.1 v.attr in the oiler. The av- I that the negro was 6. "- '.: ::7
kill him and destroy &
A million suffering women for foreign; engines: in getttill I and threatened to

1V'f; ; .1S I It-V' I I--E 0 f CA RDVI have Wine found of Cardui.relief in i; eiUit u.iplime);: a to stnam twdllJinut from the.". hose 1'11e1rtn'a was from s the machine. 'tI''E'SUH: 10 AVERY VMKlLKuI I K

about half across tit' PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
.,;)-_' it po. "F..r- - reached way
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? .J; =' rhstrt In five minutes und thirty sec

\ ht;,i tIb7 ') tt ".1",1' Lh" J'c 'i '5.: 'i. k..i..ulaiit. NoUck lii Yuur tiuM.'I oiids tll'UWl' l'llIlniue; threw a 'Ihl'ImaIatltll'l1: is with the "Dainty HARDWARE.

'i .. ''. ', 1 t. .1_ I I II l>>
'/11 11' < he doctor hears somc curious noises! stn'am that wet pwplo on the opposite Ducber-s" this !;t';)!>uu.
\ i" f : v.1 i: 11 1. I. i 'I \\ .uv t t.> .llT.V
\ l when lie places the stethoscope agani'.tjour Lank, a distance! of SlO foot. The size I William: lillette's new leading; ladyin

? "'f t 111':f ai.\: ? ',\\f y'':, '.-' i i> I -o .to In .1 1. aid I : .best. When the lungs are in a of the stream was nearly double! thai "Sherlock iiolmes" is Alida Cortel- Iron, Nails Axes, t+Shovf. Saw Mill and tott'tl"; "

I;1 t, I !>,< -p ,i-, ins.IS: I'l-I ."111. 111-! tic .1 Lealthy Condition the medical l'ntle- thrown by the other etlgines.1'hlipC. ) )cu. Supplies, Cooking and Heating .Moves, Paint i

1 1'i '.. (?d!> r <-uperathoa| ul' (lraiu of brain I' )\\"er.force the, I I tnan hears a pleasant, breezy sound, Hubert. Jr., in Scribner's.A I CIJrl'lIcelILur., who beads tbe Window Glass, Guns, Pistols: and Fi-hinu T.u
: only a. recuperation toil in tone, as you draw in the breath "Devil's Daughter" company is i a Boston and Tiuw are aim llousefiirnishiiu .1 k r' iin Agate
:: (' 'r. lipcauv,' during: strap the brain a I and expel it. Should the instrument Peculiar t'nlfhh."Withiu !boy.
'.; : t R t state of rest In a condition! of to niitrimtnt reuit'eWA :I I.q convey to his ear a gurgling or bubbling the last few years many: I Dick Ilillison! has signed with "}. p FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CII\, \ r-Q
and >iiLte jiartlclfs
: ,\ of sound he makes a mental note of 1Il'1 ,,!I.s11'e been found in Mexico .Mother's Curse" company for a tour of Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton F.
; i MO-H vvliu-h take place
4 .1tp.; l from the ( the fact that you are: in what is known ," remarked a member of the United the eastern states. Wheel Co., LMtin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson'- >

.q ij',tf: : those which have lut'ii c-oiiMiuic'd act by ofT ns the moist stage of bronchitis. In States; fish commission: a few days ago; Mrs Madeleine Luc"tte Ryley b:1ssigul'tl somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Range, \\

n'H; f r" ,; i lircvht:1 l.iUir. since the"I'rJ ,the dry stage; of tbe same complaint: is cattish Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Ma- ,
"Among the more recent ones a each
( contract to write a "play
tA solid particles, a.iovory a
: 1 thinking up I the sound is a whistling: ; wheezy one. Made Railroad Colors.
t of I that has[ the i n'(.'uliar habit of carrying for J. E. Dodson and Miss Annie

.; :,; ,II. I!l. the steamer turn of is tlie the wheel rt-sult of or consumption serene One of the signs!; of pneumonia is the theiHhocOI' its eggs:; : and young in its mouth."it year Irish. : Masonic Temple 3 Pensacoh\ Fla,

'crackling: note that comes through belief that nIl fish
l. 1 by tire of the fie in the funiacv. is a popular Louis! F. NethersoVe writes from
i It is not unlike the sound -
>! -
\ in the water and --- --
cifoisumcHl brain l1h11 simply lay: their eggs larit'nLll1.ustrla. that he is tourin
( The supply
,,# i that can be beard when jour finger I batched best they
e' : I stance can only !IJ<. had from the nutritive leave them to IK as I the continent with his wife Sadie
\ 'and thumb have touched a stickysut>- Such however I is not the case
in th,' bluod! which wore may. Martinet.
; \ iiarticK-s
first place them to- .
: statue and jou This new catfish mother The Star
..tI obtamod (ruin the raid eaten pnvumvly then them holding \by +any means. Frank Worthing, Julia Marlowe's Laundry
getter and part : is much more careful and modern, ,
h'! and the drain b* so constituted that I leading: man is from Edinburgh, a
them close to cur car.I
I } father for the
the care
l.. it can test n- -eive and! appropriate' to I for she makes: graduate from the celebrated university
:, 'xtoioccasionally: hear: a dripping She the ::
drops eggs:
\ and
eggs: ; young. Busiest Best !
tuitritive partuKs! dining! a
; itself\ tho-e there. Biggest
: :!. Hint air; and
f' ''I." !'oOlI11n,1\ : \ that indicates around anjwhere, while the poor father ,
,;&L st.ite of rest, of quiet and stillness of heater have jot into Mime part of the swimming after her and gobbling Miss Beatrice Simpson known on

: "I '('p. More f-tinitilants supply! uuttzii I Heatncw Irwin, is engaged
lt rl.eMl.i'ie they I I'.ne no right to be. the stage as
mouth trust
.'. in th iiit-lres. They :gold; the bran the eggs; up in his carrythl'JU the Earl of Ito-sljrn
a l'\>v> aius, a: 'bottle and you will produce for (k before they I to marry "
t 'f tJ' and force it tf proatcr; oon"uniptlon oft I I'tHlICt' known the boards as James
a sound which actually to be this who is on I
hatch. He can eat nothing: during: I
until!\ it i.- exntusted J Jt
: Mibntamv P-
1'1 > It i is caused in Erskine. They Speak
I l;:.ard in ,"ur.t..t. time and so grows thin and lean and I :
loft to
that there Is not power enough;
i is. air passing
tu same wly-that by
t 1 I' .,'F' reeiteasupplr.Exchancc.tended.I : I lank. A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY. t I
over a canter.The alone I
nfiltfi"b the male
I J. X. Patterson night:: policemanof I
p Y No C>teen.I n has the big:: jaws and mouth. lIe is little Nashua, Ia., writes: "l,4t winterI 1 for Ttelves !

'f' F I\.f i : A r,';ular viittouu'r of a certain coalntnpaiiy Luck "f"ltf iTtp."Up more than a foot Ions, !but the jaws had a bad cold on my lungs and .. -'
'1. : 1 f" droppe.J into tin otHce of the had no rest-ne. How often we and mouth are enormous, for in bid tried at least half dozen advertised \i;: '-'
: f hear this expression' : on 'clianse or in cough medicines and had treatment -1 -
L : liini our morning To make complaint. mouth he mu!'t carry al ut twenty or : We let tl.e: -
I'' the street when a term has failed or inch from two physicians without getting
which neatly an
l ., "That coal you wild nie for my furnace thirty eggs k anti i.'i.ffwe L.uimi'i itti
I has l bleu pushed benefit. A friend rpcominpiidert
when a business man any
than mar
in diameter larger a
a few weeks ago, Le still "i is the t' .
i I ta the wall: It would make a fitting Foley's Honey and Tar and two. ui-r-iv Thfy will ttlitiU

til ,,4 '. :a ;great quantity (.t slate in it, and I ; it the greatest; cough and lung Ci
: work
tj. ure. .\ man without reserve is like aoudenutttl '1'he thin of I.nrrrne.A more by the w'y
what isn't slate runs to clinkers. I medicine in the world. W. A 7 t
"tl leaky \es,,(L On a wilm ;great deal of anxiety is felt In the what we say.
4 ." said I D'Alenberte,121 S. Palafox St.
Williams. <
::4 :-ourn' to hoar: it. !
day it can U' towed from patrt to IKlrt. country through the discovery! that ono ,
.1 {. the man inside the railing. "I'll make
c but it would be utterly Lelpless in a of Switzeiland's chief historical mon :
: J." a memorandum! of it. IVrlmps the C.n.STCIB.J.A.: : .

f : t :: ':. cnmp:1I11will rive you a rebate on it." storm. umnt.the Lion of Lucl'rmIi[ tlireatcncd ';wart eta. Kr.1, Yct: Hate &t.'d !I ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods CallEd J for 2nd D&lliL :
l'. Many fail from lack of reserve of with destruction! The \lion, w bi'-h I Iof

i 11 f ,. ; Taking a slip! of paper, he wrote a education, of early training! of sold: \ was chiseled from the solid: sandstone : tlerL '.tk I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST
i '
few words ou it and hung; it ou a Look. ; .
t. i.j't: hgr.tined habit colliers fail from I lack lock I by Thorwaldscn in IT'.C commemorates i I

\ I'. The cn tOIJK";', !iiai\ >|M-iiiiiK to ;glance: of r.'! \'rn.f il\"las.::; of c,I\lita\ !. Many the massacre of the Swiss W ALKE-f. INGRAHAM Manager.

,t l1. the slap; i'f paper! saw this: "1;. (!. hate pine; down from the lack f-f character yard! during the Trench revolution I ASK HIM FOR A IIL'DGINS' 5c.Foley's ; ; ,

I _
illiams.. Iafee
st : ; -
; -
4' t : of h I
: reser\e. of beaitli: reserve and as a work of art is unique.

} '.i "So I'm a Iud! tg; am IV" lie asked. I frieiiil>hp! ; reserve. It lei} s to store: uprosvrxe. It I is situated in rather damp surroundings I Hon?y ana Tar i

r i J, 4 i <-ldonin! ;: with i'.idijruation.! : or'l'r kisnl tti I be preparedfor ( dove a pool in the glacier curt-s colds pneumoniaCURES W13BKLY dCIILLrJL.L i
"Oh. not at ail Mr. \ViUiams, Itt! pre'encs
I -3! ti-I I every emert'eiicy. TIH exhausting: pardon; at Lucerne, and the water 1m I FOR STEAM DIVISIONPF.NSlCOIiA I
tlerk. "That
\ the
.I ; i y explained\ i Tort( too 'stnl\t:1ut: expe.: \ ttnre.too!: trickled through the sandstone whichthreatens WEAK MEN FREE. HARPER
tj' ten that the "oai we sold you turns KLKCTItlCTKUMWAJUA1LWAY !
s es !
I mud reliance
t. 1 1 reckless daring or too to crumble and thus destroy I
out to 1)(> had:
,i on unki'own factors leaves no margin the !itatm'n expert has Bern csiiuiiiiiiis : COMPANY. I

.1, .. J I.: : And the customer reddened again, or re. so that a MIp: would tuian the rock, and by his advice it I IUMI.CH hive tied A Happ Ifoinc Tralut: leave Pecsacol for the Utlli -

; t !ut not from indl.: mtiea. SocL-e. I fur All HIll bayou, Wsrrlcgton .N.yy Y.rand &
a certain fell.V. bus 1-eeu decided to cut away the surrounding Bayou
J j, I' How quickly cure Port Karrancas at WHISKY'
I any man may
,4 'i..r. -. rock and i isolate the lion.; i .
; ,
from JAI 4takln't
of mifferin s
I nfit-r
: I'.rt."par, ll1rlul. 1\10: at tort Harrancat 7lian I
'* / \ A. ierren of Fin.-h, Ark., Geneva Cor. London Chronicle\ I D*">S, vitallt> nifbt:) losnevarn'K-.I. I0:0ua. m.arrive at Fort Burrancas .'" aslllp.m.arrive ''. WI
: rr f : !I 1'1. To be relieved from tortunuj dis- I l'\l1 eniargtnutll weak orgaiih tu ml 1 ati'ortliarrancae L 6p.x : : '
write*' "! to that Foley'sKidnev size and vigor.( Amply send your nil"' I .
report at Fort Hurrancas 4:16
-, ., ( ; andalure"stoDr.Knapp: 5ldlcnltti.. 1:.> 8ffl p. m. arrive p y j
:1", : J 'lJ, ease after tartyears' torture tnisht Cure had cured a terrihle.f The I'trenten'jt Miout. Mull HuilJuig. lift volt Mich.. ann tb..y I 8:15 p. m. arrive Fort Barraacai t:I 10 S II I '
f i' Old customs are fast disappearing. scud trt-f > with lull < '5aUpm.aClreat6brtHarraneal 8:'Sptt ftfj
well line: tn, gratitude ) anyone. and bladder trouble will gladly: r lt ipt tlr"-I '
ct: -e n kidney Trans: ieT Fort Barrancai t'tlnll' : a 'f
ur\'i\'s rally {
;,' J' That h i what Ie\Vitf" Witch 11.izel! :that two doctors; had given up" 1V.A. but the tin-men's hliout still in sell Linn at o home.tbat unv'1 hit man uct-rtninlv may a eur"IIIOI'1 i cola at 4' ..,'

.: I D'Aleicbme, 11 S. Pll.lfox :5t.I 1.01l11'lIIon;: tbe dtluge of advice rroubotrerandLhefoliowin tstracl- talon I I 1.
Salve lid for C. Iliney, Oenevi, (). iVnsacol aF'e
7:13 a.m. arrive u
I h fur the reform of the tire brigade it i is I IroTii thflr dmly 1118111ibQwbalmen think : .
I i'ensnoola ij
1 UuO m. arrive at : p.a j
1. He says : "DeXVitt's; hitch HazI11Ii. of their imtntrosity."brar p .... j; h,
I f:11 I the solitary! item wLicb has remainedsacred irs-Plea9n accept my sluc..rt,1 I 2:00 p. m arrive nvfensaiola iiip.5iS -tx )
:1- T of after I had Mni-liinr Drt'.li Square Holm.A Gala arrive as nsacola s u ,
: ; it Halve cured ne pile and untouched. In one provincial thanua lor yours of recent date. I ImvHivi I p m "
I 7:0)( m. arrive' at H ntaaoia .. ; *a [ 't: I
!4't' tkr, :; ,' stifiVrta forty rear: ..' Cures cuts I machine which will drill square. city. Liverpool\ a gong; is substi. lhebenellthi' u jour treatment) fxiraordinary.a thorough ir-t It at hascompletetybraced d '8:'5 p.. m. arrive feasaoola._._ S.8oo.9OUk t; ; .

..t burns, wound*. skin di-e.l"fs. H v holes Isis at lat\ been made. An linyilshman ; tutetl for the "i'ire:" veil the clapper the up I am Just aslKorous '1IItor(1a.ouI1l'AU; 'tfWil'f -1
: niuntil Ki'ward: St'gitz Is the \ as wbcn a boy and you cannotrealize ;?< -
; .
WEEK DATS.Pemaoola
i worked of of the FOB
beijig the foot
Pharmacy by one "
of uiiterfeits. ilargk' -
j'o. ware ; bow tinnpy 1 am.
,} I : I Sheppard. :Sidney Kahn. !Inventor, and his apparatus is said to tircniin by a I lever on the same principle "Dear" olrs-\our nietbotl worked hpsutl. : to Fort Hftrraacatana rnorn UK I
''.rt .j ; l have sulud a problem kirvtcfore re- fully. Results were exactly: what I needed, fenacola toNavj Yard and return__ "aPeniacola
.. ( that'l'U in omnibus bmkes.Tlie .
lq[ as ti
,",;... \. I Mtr"lIotb and vigor bare coinoletely r.- to Palmetto Beach and reiarn IM Famous at home :
I- !'otrn" t" l'l.hl".; 1..lrhl', :g.irded; : as being; about as unaecouipliihaMe advantage dalllll'lIs\ that the I turned and enlargement U entirely satis

.1r. : lords as mathematical iniiK vs.i- breath of the firemen is saved. factory.. QLNDAY 1011 EDt1DE. Generations past
In the oliit n tune in lnIIII,1; Yours received and I had
Beer ir- was When wather perm.n the running t
the circle. Segitz'smadiiiu' 'nl"1
t tmenltd 1'ilityf "squaring anive at the of the truuil < of the as .
t t and ladies souictunes tinter't scene ? no <) laniakinipu e receipt open coacls.LesYf Famous all ovr'!
is "tliree Willl"l" drill. J-cuii- directed and truthfully it h a boon now
a can say
n : stead o/ hat bec'ii .. .
Fort B
d. UUl1'I\.l'nt:: They were always on hug (0ll11"IJtot| to expend I Pen. ot. rraota
toelll 1 In
am greatly improved
Pt i: d' the lookout for ,...u.,. novelty, and one rotund which > et cuts four straight! : part of their energies; in clearingthe \ !II sizp."trpnl men.: and vigor." 9 a... m. 10 a.m.u ., the World.For .
in its motion. That is, the U confident 11 m.
All strictly
7 rotary correspondence
) tlj.t'tJ\ n't.l was wa_v. wbile the 1.l'illl'l'm..1 of the : .
1 of the snrsust! tiiej ? I p. m. tp m.
41r sealed 'Itu
tint mailed In plain, envelop" Haii bDannheisser
be I
to the to rotary
1c:1 : it :j'l$ fisliin: Ity a ju-u-e. A hue! with a Itaiied motion appears eje gong is infinitely more peiietniting; and receipt Is free for tho ftiklnyanJ; they wau' t )Im I p.m.,
t but there is. of course a maneuver in ba\"tlit. p.m
t-nmliineil: every
; hook att.iclnd ha\inu teen fastened to terrifying; that the shout ofa A mtp. p 01. Bros

) ,.11'; the s",'>>'''. ta-d; to its !Ics- she was tltiniiita tb.. triple flange; which produces the earful of me'i.-Londiu Answcis.rrrwenor I m. Ip.m.Ip.m.
or other angular i Ip.m. ,
cut. triangular :
s tt'u f the vater from the boat in \\hieb squire .
boles with automatic regularity and PAEl TOR BURDATl
k i were all the ;gay lords and ladies! Then .. of Mind" !mitb. I *&ataoclato art Barranoat SaryI DR. KING'S

y,t" when a pike' caught the bait she was machine speed. The dean of Christ bur b !in the ArExnce. and al1d return- A.Lr .
Feniaoola to Palmetto Btaon a tdmKlU.
spoil; ludiHtl. a royal battle between ,' tLil.til'sIS known as "Presence (..tL"r' II I r'larn._______ lilt TRY NEW DISCOVER

L'2 i k t; bird and (fish and all tbe time, between The I'urTradr. Smith. A Wt 11 known tradition I Nn f\llllI'\ etv.A art.r IU II, enA
j whole fur trade of the
'rc r: ; the loud splabhiisps, wueolinjjs and Nearly the c'3Li>Kinc-d the (touig dv wu to II FOR THAT COLD.

=# a ; ; 1 tlounderinss.: the oiiiooKers in the boat world concentrates itself in the two Nunokam with friend. in his undergraduate I Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
I cities of London and Lcipsic, .but as Every
f f t' j )$ ;;i\ inj; vent to their feelings in cheers, days be returned ah.tJl' 5
two-thirds of the I.t ulon furs .a CuresConsufnption.lCold
l1lilJdJI'ilin and handkeixhief way- olwit "Where is T,:" "Well we bad an accident. blatert&kaardst'a.dt: nv .
which are sold at auction go to Leipsic i. .1, at. "ttlrwwoerfct \ ;.
Bronchitis ,
The boat leaked and while !
ill;':' wewere e t M4RHLhirling Sprit) : ,
sit But the goose was usually! the victor the result! is that the fur market at bailing: ; it T. Ml! over into til'wah'r. t; 11>..,.... ,"......,"-. j..-c.Oa PneumoniaJIayF' I. 1 II' "
really the of the two. CA Wine and aurr? a. neatear
is Conraf.j
and ended the strucsle! by landing; Usprisoner Leipsic greater He caught hold of the skiff and t-J.... (" ",. ,L '-
i warehousesreceive raw The best spw5e remedy for ? Alltatan l..ueu. risy LaGrippe II' ar-'
The Leipsic a-
t oa the shun where its quack] pulled! It down to the water's edge: ,
? line and half prepared furs from Siberia, Malarial and Typhoid I..,...4r.raa for It h1h Sore Throat CroupVhoopit !*
"? quack as it cleared: it>elf from the Neither of us could swim and if I bad .ranntiaupptytte' + .. ,

1 : 44! and wIJJlttllY ended the scene.Ii Kuropcaij Russia America, Australiaand not with great presence of mind, hit Fevers. .. Mr|>tno \ tOy. Cough.NO .
3, ; China making the business of the Colds, Influenza, Ac. fthrr. but rend iuuip for ft. \\ / IfTl j?
.i 1 The lake of Monteith in the southwest I ; him on the bead with the boatbook InKruiH: giTM V> /
; i A fur exchange worth from 513,000,000 to mug..ruraUn and t ; -.t of 1'l'1 thl'Lire was often the scene of both would have been drowned. v ua..tetaal.lIARt1LO.. ,.s BOTTLES rJU-
t i Price 50c. and $l. TRIAL
& 17,000,000) "
.i such angling u.itches. i? "Reminiscences of Orford Room 8o Tlmei Ri,11.i York.
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I.. Light Biscuit Light Pastry Light Cake
Th H-Q t='j Company's ,;;_" "
Light Work Light Cost-SURE andQuickasawink -

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i tltip re S 0 Quick! as magic_

q\ b Alight l as fairy breath. I

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I J :
ours Falls S. C., Purchased by Tntt's Pills Houston of Fuitcn and Kilburn Resign ion Joclalldeaa Gleaned For LOT- i
Cat Judge W F. Cox. Labor Committee. ere of the Hamoroa. :fl "I" l JI r

S r Nov 6.-Practical- Atlanta, XO6.Quite a Church-What's the big crowd down '"' ., |d 1."

-. town of Calhoun Falls I little bensatica was sprung the street? -'f :"> 1
After eating, persons of a bilious habit .1 :. (
iiuatv. at the crossing of t will derive great benefit by taking one Quite a little sensation was sprua; Gotham-Oh. some millionaire getting j "i I, ;:

,. i Air Une and Charleston !I of these pills. If you have been in the house yesterday by the resU in a ton of co.J I. I. .. .f l,'. ,.

.. ', Carolina railroads, has DRINKING TOO MUCH nation first of Mr. Houston, of Fulton !, I i I', 11'
.' action; to Judge W }<'.I and then Mr. Kilburn, of Bibb, boil She-She wore out five bathing suits t r
they will promptly relieve t h .
e tr
.n for $14ftoO "1g) acres the coinm.tteeoa: labor and labor states summer

.'. > $:J": an acre. SICK HEADACHE tics. Both members, who are strong He.....Oh, yes; wore 'em out of the water r for infants and Children. ; 1 e

'r ..'tv l loneed to a syndicate! and nen'ousnessblch follows restore labor organization men. positively refused : you mean i f
.' -. Charleston and Atlanta the appetite and remove gtoo'my feel to serve with the committee iu I The Ivhul: You have .Vlways Bought has borne the sijjna- i} t

j' Ings. Elegantly sugar coated. any manner whate\er. The Juilse-What were you doing; i ture of Clias. H. Flctclicr, and lias been made under his I i ji
wnJ." the Western Car- :
: Improvement company Take No Substitute. No reason was given for this action when you ran into the watch sigh outside I personal !supervision for over !ao )'(':\r-. Allow no ono IG

1" a ::',,'"I and several stores ----------- ----- on the floor of the house, though Mr the? jewekr'b door with your automobile I to deceit you in thi- Counterfeits, Imitations and : "

_,.i ;j' auition! of lots was not "\0." Houston said: he would state his reasons The CI1tutrt'ur-lacin against time, ;I "Ju..t-a>-good" arc but Experiments, and endanger tho t i

", 11..'/i. Cox the new pur- I On the cornerstone of that fabric later on. Mr. Houston gave outa your honor. health of Children-Experience against Experiment. I ,

t t. will form a new com- which we entitle manhood Is engraved brief interview however in whici: : :

: the prOIK"rt the monosyllable "No." lie who early he stated that his action was due to: He-I understand your minister has The Kind You Have'Always Bought : 'j'i :

the fact that the committee had been made little of Ititttres.
learns the use of that invaluablevord quite a money out -
selected with a view to bringing in AL: Bears the Signature of ,
Southern Bell Buys Line. has already learned the way to peace l. .
Ala.. Nov 6.-The Ala. and comfort and safety. An easy compliance adverse report on the child labor MIL bhe-Ann't you ashamed! of yourself J I !is

; >>n.a Urns Distance Tf'le'l frustrates everything. Respect The general tax bill Introduced In tho ? I

ir.> ha- sold!' its line to the' for others reed not degenerate Into house yesterday by Mr. Reid of Campbell He-Xo; I mean he's made It out of 1- :

t;- Telephone and Tele- servitude but respect for oneself. Thatis i chairman of the ways and means marry lug people I

r tor $l:/HiJ) the deed the very alpha and omega of all In. i committee contemplates a number ol !
I interesting In "If It is n< t right; to judge a man by '
." nMiir.i jestorday. The ward command changes the general 1 '
are as follows: From scheme of taxation, particularly It his dot III'*,'' remarked the olrcr\er: ofevents In Use For Over 30 Years. !i

-' .. i'.Ta! from IronatonuK" Flattery.Some the taxation of a number of businesses! and things, "why should one 7..f n..u C:""."," n MUU" "nrr" ..r... "u r.T[ '
.,' Jacksonville; people like to Hatter and some or callings which have not been taxed jude a etc:tr by its wrapper?" n' 'l .:r :i >;!'R _1'I'! 1. i;I l'

like t) receive it Saying things we do heretofore ,
.' Oxford to Dearman1t'ville not m an, uttering meaningless nothings Ono of the moot Intr-restirg feature Ik lie-And you wy: it took you an I I
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I. '.n : earmaid\ille to Chaloca! to; is insincerity, and what is insincerity in the bill is the taxing of pool sellersor hour to land the Lan? '; ---Z: __ Tit B WRIGHT GOfflPAflY I. I I 1't
r.rrtLi-Indeiil it did. I
: but untruthfulncss? De not deceived .
.'.':s "S at Oxford an! "Ixwkies, as they are known In the 1-11.\\\11.! I hope the men were \ ,\ i \ : I: I
by the lips of the fiattercr. The ,
I urcacular, and of midways! to an extent I II .
honeyed words may be only a concealedarrow which if anproxej by the legislature Makr' than the ih.h-then. \"1'\ \ kJft r.; i_ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN .. ,i :
intended to blind the eyes. and made law will!! probab'jlo I I
-0 I 1'1 I Wind," Etc. a I'atieaceMissutique asked! me ; .
Catholic Home !
Companion. LUMBER LATHS i
< away with both of these attractions 1 T !
Nov G.-\Valter Uv yesterday if I remembered when \\oui f
at state and interstate fairs. !
i i president of the 1'IIf'II"h.... t'n(11': (' hllOIIS.l'iltril'eI I I ;

.'..1.;. now under con. Suitor-I want to marry your daughter tie Another feature of the bill is a dou hope you didn't IJl'tra.y, J' I: L SATO CTFEESlSSISBlESilllDriliailPENSACOIA. (: '; : '
or a tripJ.licensf> tax on !
of Chlah pawnbrokers If."WlMit. .dLL. Jl T !
r. U:15. has sir, not because of her social position ycur-si lyf = I
according to their: methods of! ..e -- I
: rto means""Why =-- FLA
i t'li>' scene of the but because she's a pearl sir-a you ; I
ii'mnct-i! in Gnat pearl: doing business she only said that to fee if I
Another new feature of the bin is \\mitjl'j!! older than claim I I II tTHE
tt! "' ashes \\orke that which puts a special tax of $:! ton to be."YonUtr- Statesman. I
planters as thetb1 you ctn: apply strain when you are COAL .A JD8"OOD. ; j
i !- Ins.'I'ts an.iTtors I in a position to pay for the setting.lie ; everj' foreign corporation not spe' I I

:. \ ; ifuaHy named in the bill!, which opens Not to Ce !'dtf'd. I
who unintelligently; attempts a branch office in the state "Isn't that bread ns good as your WK EXPECT TO SUPPLY .\ MUCH LARGER TRADE l$ I

rated In Gin. what is beyond his power mu t leave I Among the important bills introdueed mother mlIlll'Ur e?" THIS: WIN PER THAN KVi:. 1 IT.: -': KF I !
'. :' I. -Jess Jarrett undone his own proper work and thus ia the house yesterday were two "As oo1'tYdl.. I -4ioud! say nut" .j" s

.,,1 i his hand badlvln his time is wasted, tie he ever so closely I by :\r!'. Carswoll. Wilkinson. provid "lint it wu made from jour muiher SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCy : i i iIi i k

". ? yesterday af- occupied.Hdicl. I I lag for certain changes in the pension reellt! :." I I II {

'. I. while! quite pa'.n.! laws which were strongly recommend "The n'i! >'? That's a small) part of Thompson Olsen & Co .J : :

bocsriy Attention. H Iv Pension Commissioner J V.; it It's all in the' iiiixin." I ,

There will be a regular meeting of Lindsay. ""'dl. jour mother mixed to>." .

l : present to give ha Pensacola Medical !Society; st On- of those biils provides for a snolal "Ehl" __ : :.Manrcsa Street, Telephone 147. __ = I
I. I : d I look through the the Board of Health oflce at !pension (examiner in each congros "That's ridit. She sent me half a -

..; liable article at )'clock p.m. Tuesday. Xov 11 and 25.:: onal: district In the! state, who shall dozen loaves l 11)' express and this is one ESTABLISHED 1883. t
i .' .u -urely can find Visiting physicians are cordially of them:'
Dt paid a salary of $:oOrt; a year
1 ':i-e you. If you '!'nvlted to attend. .-t.Ih' treasury It hail he the ex "That's it. That's the trouble. Moth- McKENZIE OBRTfNG & CO. f .
'; ,:i tiiDiainoud! Hue DR.W. C. DEWBERY, t tt
b' 1111 b'f'lrtP1U; buy. President.DR. 1I1to:: <': for pensions under the dicabSlifm right! out of the o\en."-Cleveland l'L tin DEALERS
Ish tOlt .1 tl11ItiiSS' :ie.f. I '1l2Jttf; Secretary.3EDS "r>1 on law and report on their rom.i; nt'alt'r. I t 1

diet t.i.'i hofon> the name of such apphcan: ; Ship Chandlery and General fattdc are. : i
ian !h" plaeo-1 on the pension rolls Mohnmnird anti the Cot.Molumnifd

The otV! bill had just! cut oft his 803 AND 605>> S. PALAKOX: STUKllT. ; I :
: : r provides for the ,
!" } -- .a.C:=.J[ ' : apro"tr.lo'lr
tl tl1 sleeve rather than oust the slipping ;
f.'i' : of a commission; to
) \1 rreparE 'jLOETMOTir- i I

a r(' ter of all the soldiers. sailors ani cat."What REVERE COPPER COMPANY; JOHN A. ROKBLING'S: HO1S8 CO.'B : :
:, TTGEr-1TY WC IBNTY ;i i'I. mhires from Oforpia who took part a humane man! exclaimed GALVANIZED WIRE HOPE, A. RUriFLddON'SFL'MPi3.: : : ,
: in the war between the states bPtwe..nbt:1 one i>r his admirers! enttllJ!> al'{ cally. I I Inn

.' : and! 111; :;.. This !list is much "Nonsense!" returned another. "The : 3crdr. I h\\\i.\ \ CiU, ; ':tIal! l hj stmn83, !!, e hrts, h:,9r I, ChIn !. ''i..
: '---OF'CTW1> .- old duffer hisii't: pot two jacks: in IIIH I
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f{! m ni"t ,!'oil! fr the euidar-ce! of the pension.eommisorer j COIP.lt49f8LOGS. i"'Tl ; !
hand. That's why hu cant disturb
and would liP valua.!>!\! C. McKanzie Oertia;; Collecting A(: eut for hr Pilots' Bauevolent AlB Mciation. :

Ii 1)ME; K CENTS. |f:) as will from a historical standpoint the Thus kitty.early was It seen that a prophetIs {; \ i

without honor iu his own ('Ouutrr.ew .-
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.1 Yolk Times.Dtkrrtoi. THE GARDEN SECTION I

/ I Rough Treatment of Tennessee University I '
.f,'. : 11.\' -'.. I ii i in the I\IKY NKOiu- Cent I Student by Hazers. li> I.IIP. o-O2P-oIPexisacolsi t t i I r

i i.: I .11 Ii'rL |.: .'!:- wonderful result.. There is noL Knoxville: Tenn., NoC.-Thoaibe : In a rural justice court In Oeorsiaroetntly 1oridatai1 i1
tin old mwo w hose testimony i 111.1" !
\ i\ n'I1J; ber of the faculty i
'r.. : .,11! ni 1lI.dPUIIi' : the state for realizing :i want deny pos.itiv'ly had l>wii IUI'!>'stione bj a lawyer: said _
) that .
? such was the case. an atU
',: i I i:J'1: till'(. Ci".lillli:i"i. 'rn;.t to haze a student of the Univir.'ty In his own defense: Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. .1\' '
"Ji-dge; ', I'm a cmxl man. I been a-livin' .1I.I. i
of Tennessee resulted in an :
roun luau ten I ain't neverbeen
r, -=HAVE YOl J A WANT ?! 1; Beaded which nothing but jeir :, I
;;). a mirade 1 Ijnched.: HI de only horse I eurstoUd Beautiful Lots for Sale. !; !
pronted from !
being fatal. J, L.'iliford .
throw .1 me ('n broke my two a
r \\ of Mempb: : was the nctm legs1: -Chicago: Duly NfWs.In 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- .
of the iraak. A of haze
A Wanted.S' NotorietyVauted.. seized him, but he escaped and lid' ing to location and surroundings. :
-elf Defense.Huhand
,. '1. rWunted.. OpinionVauted.. to his quarters in Hume hall There I
;' C I\ I muted.DT p.irtner Wanteil. f the door he bal locket 1 was broken from that -sewing I wish sodetjTlwy youkl'rp away doluittiing Exceptionally Gool-.Neig-ji j ; l, Beautiful View, '

I t : Wauted.E' Quilters Wanted. down and h. was seized\ and dro-pe.:! pmt gossip about eicrjbudjlin High, Dry Fertile Lands. i1'i \ '

r Wanted. RoomsVanted.. out of a th Of'stnrrhigh'intlow.. A Un't there. : I

F .' \Vant'd. ServantVauted.. pool of water was all that hrokf! hi! \\'lfe-TIIt's just It. I want to /go i The grandest opportunity for investment ever & : j. ; I

G I Wanted. Teams Wanted. tall. a distance of W feet and even so as to make sure that they don't offered in Pensacola. I '

Ii, Wanted UnioumenVnted.. then his shoulder was dislocated gossip about me.-New York: Journal.Tlu .
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I'' ..r \Vanted.Vauted. Vehicles Wanted. His comrades who regarded him Home Seekers Should See These Lots
,, highly. realized what they had done araivt t..u p.At j. !
J : \ Wins Wanted. M
instantly and have since don the I. t
boarding houseDamtleigh -
K '\Vapted.. Xt'enence Wanted.You're IF 'r \
everything they could to atone for the I5fg pardon. Mr I <<, Skinner \but i!n't V01 bb i
tl; L.WI1Jtpd.. : !. wanted to have tuck! this the same soup we Lad YI''tl'rclay I m&i mn \JL KJD i ; \\1

.. M \\ anted Zeal enough to place a.;., warmed O\'er'? !
I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets ,
fl; [;) I There i hi no cough medicine popular Mrs. Skinner-No. sir. It is what was \

i iU wi I a* KoleyN Honey and Tar. It left over from y"tl'ftlly.-Io'toll i i : 1 C j :
contain no opntes or poioit-. arid TranscriptXannette 1".0. HRE T. WM.HKNOWL.hS, W. K. HI Ell, JK., J. S, KEEhE.President. I r
i i I'J' > SPECIAL! BY TH 'm' I never faith to cure.V.. A. D'Alem- I Vlc Pr..fld..ut. t...bllr. An't Cashier! :. I I i iI
: 4' T fin lu 1 1qlQ N nOlIlMUQ. RHS": berte 121 S. Palafox St. I "rl..CIf' "f i.oSp. I i
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.}.-, --_ ..,.._...-_ .. '--_ I---_'I II 1 | mrtiways.Cbrttei.-Jacques says he will lore' i4ir@t 1atmna1: 1 aUK : :1.I :1.: .
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I rs : ,he enougb.-Hentlemau's should think one Masa wayw"I1I.1 J I :t .

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I' '\ i m imtroM-d real f.- \ RM. SARAH H1UO1-M".ur..ctur.: ; l'oetall Tern.". f I Ii'Dtn. .
n.alI i aInount nt low 31 and dealer in Eater uoiids. Hats Toilet I : : .: o'Z'JYJ4, I t 1
n l.fsh t.. hrooks VrtJclts. HttirOll.ete.SJ W. Govornmeatv.v
,MM -. I'lklufox Hi, hishersmlra II VVM. H. KNOWLES VA BLOUVT. P. C. Br.KTJT. .Vii. HYEF. J!. 1 t ,

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'.' i f"Iny 110:, you"udowl'1 amount need you money asnt rates W ITEIUI 1' ftl.1'adt Fnrans.v o' empty, nriatr111'.1srEnurgantz beer I I &d 111 m 2U!: Myi\ 4 ] 1 tl'i i
It "" improved city real 3 HfcfetttCOPYRIGHT I { r 1 Qt'J I'i iO I ItoWe

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WR.blr1o/On.ItI'. 'M-ouatr traw oar own Bills of EXCnlnj6! on Great Erltaln, JreJatJUtraaziy "t' It :
lIJlumwtl=" Io.Y: '
France, A rtrla, Holland! : i
your Ff'pe't" pro- ll'AMh'1'l-oar MUicitors, apply tn (j : Italy, Hpata: Belgian, Rosala, Eel
It. 'ui\. or ....1 mil, ek- i\ lionitoiat :No. .'4 \\'eit lioIIhlUttr..t'l.lit'tw."c' \..,'.- : ti tray, 8Ted n, Denmark: and other European cocctrles.fSf i t I j! r I {
t \ description ht\v*' and o'clock in tree A taw'-
tUil s attended to. forenoon I Ivultii I ,, .- i
C. Watson Co. Vesseli Disbursed apon the Mo s Favorable Term, and tbelifi .
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..:,,-:" agents Yen.- \\'AM bl>- \ good mall to go to Joulii Just as Easy ObllgaUon! Ta Payable ai Port o.' Ieehr.nhn TEn cr Fifteen Dai 1
rate. everyone ,
\ \ Afn, a to ruu 1\ > aloe i iahlf alter Vessel!' Attires! r.6re. :
'I.i "- .*..'IIII..od moneyr'tl to look after a moularr uLd to lake I __ _- 4 'I j
M :11. Sd-tl I
(hr"ol knnand saws, Apply 13 ('W.i1acertnan'rhiesen : "Falling on the bawl.Chicago '!
--- iiuilding. not! I ::Safety Deposit Bozos for Rent In Cem&ectitn t

Kooin-. : News. : with vkin'1: TTQ hava II. PHv Apartment for ths Ue. ;tj 1 .
.... l.xrEu-leu: : to Warn imrbvr trade: !JTO COOK OVER CAS AS OVER I
X NX\- % "f R'AlltP'i. J
\ \ Krst proposition e\t-r offiTHd. Monfifiriencc % Uorno tinuli. I t r
\ i I'' i- 'ront room for luour month than shop- in uucMnr I I M
,,.11 ouureeentrsliy; Jo- loiiU prevented wages xaturdnyo.: | COAL OR KEROSENE f "Ettinot* Not much:" the host rx- I i
Ka.', JntPndncia tH'nrdiiulud-0. W rite tar catalogue to- claimed.
Goclm'- da>'. Moier barber college. :New Uflt'Rn j "No more I ban? my head ahim: '" r WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE : : ;
La s2ttt I What though thy scurry In m Chines
I. ,.. 3UT1I IHSIKK IN: FACT O'er hills anJ .
'H ; 141 ;. --- --- - ramrI ; I
---- -- tOn HALE OK ltIs1.y: snicker as I see them roam ::: \
.\ ',- h"In one of the ::0'f'f}' far away from hoire :
For well I know that thevll break down,
and moat drMrni) HALE OK IESTeountr\ home I :
.' lilli. & to )uar- 1 IWIl from city one mile Irom car But you ought to think, too, of thee Upon tome r \ .nut>for thrt-M lenrs. Itnl'. ';dJourUIn? Mr K- "ri' property o Anl: vainly fun their fists thsy'il l! clench :. !""1.',' ., ,1
'c''n at my office... ha\nu. lexar. where plenty of thb ar freedom from dust and ahethe And dally with a monkey wreiun '.
euovtwI ; cnuvlit. For further particulars apply at .. tl ,::; ,
-\1 Whom wilt theyy wk in such i p::ghf 'r te4' + It
4'C': \\ est Hclmont street. alointlilodtrt8iten immediate production of heat the i, ," '..: .:;; I i
1 Whom will thee bir f set them riitht : ; ; : ':: .. !
i nt kiti-b of .1"1\\11.n > urnitirei PHmo't \ I saving of temper of wife cook or Who is the h->p. th' }' stoutly <*!utr h 0 ;: '. ..r.I:: : t!:: i ..:: ,:,'!. ; I. ; ;; "
-'huul 'Tis I. the hors: Ex-lnct! ? Not mll.'h'Wuhingl.n

I t.p. lnii + .1 -- ....;...... housekeeper. Star. 1:7.. : : >, .., ::;:::;,.:, ;" i .; i

desirable: lot In r1NDEElARnN: : nlO\L will h e So delayed breakfast when you -- - 'I" \ \ : .'." ..' ;: '.; \ : ,v. :
..> terms, by the Hsh: I IV {opened n h a.t Wright street. Oct ., .. : ',.. '
v :1. "tooth Paalox'Q"( I. bj :MI :> '- -l"'I.
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( ---- 'OK I\tST-T\\"o handsomely famished, r.,\-Bijire! : oa cry; box of fie ecnslaesxctive I SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. ; t
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r rent for dan', *tciiumer. room witb board. All modern con'venieccei. Bromo ,
=Q:1inine: Tablet!
Tho John. )
Reasonabt rates. Enquire a .
:ohu :saws elnce. cnlw 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Pensaccta, Flat the remedy t cores cold] tu ODe day,, I. ; <

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now contain: "Sections," which, when returned -
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in accordance with directions, are ARE
Saturday -
.'OrfC a t-'alr tonight and :
: Chairman J. Geo. White of the
Deputy Sheriff Keeling broughtEd \aluable. "Sections" cost the con ;light northwest winds

dod Phil Moore brothers, here sumer absolutely! nothing but afford her i I, bard of public safety, presided at I

_ list night and returned to McD. vid I nevertheless, an opportunity for earning; the police court session today in Temperature in Last 24 Hours: PRICES
placa of Mayor Jones who Maximum........_._................ .......... 'l "prets
with them this afternoon for trial money prizes. was Minimum._.............. .........._.........tktdegrees

and commitment. Justice Stilly will slightly indisposed this morning.Mr. .

hear their cases. Richmond Virginia. WLite had a docket of four- Temperature Elsewhere: ON MEN'S REPUTABLE AND DEPENDABLE-: XKIN, *,i: 't'


The Moores are both widely knawn ---- -. -- -.-. -. --- teen cases to dispose of, and he did Atlanta._..__ .-.-_ ) Ii'}
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it in two fines Bismarck J
white boys and are under arrest for I rr-. --,; -. --;---,; '--;--; a just way, imposing Chicago; ..................-...- w jll
_ of $10 and eight fines of $;v each One Cincinnati".............____."' j. $2.50
shamefully assaulting old man .
Iatt.1 Ualveston- ..........-i4 .''

Stardivant Monday at lUutf Springs. |EWS NOTESt. I case was continued. Jacksonville.Huron .............---1 W') *wi j-

Will Hill colored for Kansas City_....... .._.._...__ .1\ *l I l'\In
They are charged with assault with : was up Key West .. ..... ..... ..._....._. ..." .1
drunk and He found Memphis..._ ..... ''I 51 FOR THE CHOICE OF ANY OF THE FOLLOU'IXu M 1 1\ >,i :,
intent to murder, it being; alleged;, : t... suspicious; was Mobile ..... ..... ............... ........ 7d SIZES C TO
'k / ./: .<:: / Officer who Montgomery....... ..... ......... j i ->s I 11.
; terday by Etheridge
1 that they attempted to kill Sturdi- ye New Orleans .. .... .. .. ....... 7.! et 0
I W. Metzer, the genial rep- detected Hill !j New York . .... .... ';4 M )IIS'Box; Calf Kid-Lined Lace or Congress.
vant with a gun and picket. Another endeavoring to dispose | avannah ........ .. .... .. 7- M I
re-entativa of Jos. A. Magnus & Co., 11AHKIVFD. 3IiX'S Vici Kid-Lined Lace.
I of two silver watches for 75 In [ St. Louis
who assisted them h not cents.
while man: is a visitor here today. i ___ __ __ I 31 tS'SYizi Plain or Cap Toes, Lace or Congress.
) under arrest. I his zeal to sell the jewelry Hill' I Toes.
yet )I i\S Velour Calf Bluchers Cap
The regular meeting of the Daughters
When Mr. Keeliu; arrested thorn I of the King will be held Friday drank too much and was sent to the MARITIME i I 3IiXs Patent Leather Lace,

'terday: ho anticipated: trouble : Nov. 4:30 in the ual station. He offered a satisfactory the which will ,
Ih 7, at p. in., u and various other styles at ;same; price we A l

; and forthwith eulisttd the as.i tauce : place. A full attendance is urgently explanation to Mr. White as to how I Remember every pair of these

1 r )i ",f Deputy Brewt
: that the two were to have I be discussed.Mr. and the charge of being suspicious I $2.50
;. t b: "a jailed at McDaviJ until today : Kim Otis, superintendent of was nolle prosequied. The Br ss Lugano Knight Corunna !SHOES.:
5 l the Parodi & Co., at Bay Point is a I
3 when? a trial could be secure J. Just I drunk cost him ?;3. MUST GIVE THE WEARER SATISFAC1T: \
business visitor to our city today. THE SHIPPING. i
:i John Arti- was for stealing a
the up
after arrest however enough
He reports the completion of an immense I
__ 1 ia.k was heard to warrant the belief :| dry kiln which this progressive bicycle from W. E. Uristow, a youug VhbSELI IN PORTTEAM'RIes -- -- -

} _j 'hat: it would be unifa to leave I; company have added to their white man. Artis was in possession $ : i iKT : MEYER SHOE CO.
Capenor, KM Uodbam, to IVnsaoIa i;
I| large lumber plant. of the stolen last ,
; t,lera at McUavid anJ they were property : evening Lumber t'o '
Ir Cento. 14-11) .Adams to W 8 Key"er.t Co
br )tu;htto Peusacola.: It is suppos-I The board of public instruction when arrested by Officer Parker, lit Cuattoti U.'l,.Sanderson: tu l>ul!Transit I. Feet Furni,l.ers for Ca-h Onlj.)
4 H will: hold their regular at Co i iNvitd
meeting and he was bound over to the county -
I E.tH.IoJ", Hormlabl, toL i S K R 102 SOUTH PALAPOX STREET.

tot1 ; : 4:30 this afternoon in !5Uperllltrn-1 authorities. He was taken in Co Her llorta, l .i--l, hems to Pt-nsacola .- -
dent Cook's office. It '
Lumber Co
them of bond i charge on an affidavit: charging :. e.o.a.o*e..t*.=.9. 'D..C. .c.G.e.'I.M
privilege hrlcilri Wilts
: Ij. to Gulf Transit CoIr
-- ----- that this will be an unusually interesting Miulga, I.VK!, Eggert to Gulf Transit + _. __ ____ _____,J___ n .
m meeting: as the question of the second larceny as he has recently Co o ) .1

HEW LESSEE FORk noon recess will come under discussion served a term for stealing. Co Span Maria, MemdersonetoGnltTransit : : Dress Goods Specials i

i and City Health Officer Hays John Andrews wagered to drink It Flnln. lets: Guano, to Gulf TransitCoI I ;
Kt Tbornly, KIT :Major toW \Vuticli I I ) .
: THE ESCAMBIAI: will present<<: some important inter- twenty glasses of beer last evening.He & Co VII PS. {I .. 1 0-\1'-0 .
views with leading physicians to \'anlooiiSIllussutoltosascoEros I ;
:tirl I swallowed fifteen heaping i 1
t substantiate his position on the t
? I II' question<<: "schooners" and then demanded the Nor Arizona-.J orgenscn. to MU: Sullivan I ''
iYt J. C. Timberlake of Minnesota
_ I amount of the bet, which was $1. It Cavlte L. >-71, Killippiui, to 1'ensacola flj
E J eased the cambi.i hotel and! will Dr. G. Goldstein the famous optician Lumber Co )
.t IL of Louisville who is stoppingat The man who held stakes said the It Eclenbureh. i:'). Marl,to order + ) .
; assume char. o on February: 1, I'J03.1 j I Kus Uurli, 7-0: tttalluUtroui to Kix M
r y the Escambia Hotel, and who expected money was not won and refused to Robinson ;
This is one day after the expiration '! It 1 rls.;\<41.Con litlll'rl'. to order
to leave Pensacola this week turn it over. Andrews had become Nor Jobanne ..'J.l'altl'tiln. to fensacola i $5.00 i
< 'I ,a t r t >f the present lease which is l.eidby announces that he has found it Lumber Co
I' hilariously drunk by this time and Am Lottie !Moore 7M, Sheppard, to Jno ) ,
a K B. Joslyn. necessary<<: : to prolong :his visit on account'o. I ) .
'sip sought police assistance to collect I Hr .'0110.'..Jenkins to master
: : r a Mr. Timberlake arrived at the Eanibi ->- i: of the great:: number of patients Fort Kio Douro, Majauo. to hensacola j : 5!$-BUYS THIS OUTFIT !-&

,'I : he has yet to serve. Any one need the debt. It cost him $5 this morn Lumber Co ) '
= qtr' :- :i yesterday: from Calera: All., :' I Nor Superb UOO.Miiing, toorder |
: ing the service of an optician should ing. N'orSalnt! :llonoll.U;.;.(.uddei>t where he had been for the Nor Tabithao'IUamelsentoorderPot .
pas: : week i )
I take this opportunity oQered by Dr. Sarah Brow, for alleged complicity L'nano, *>'.*!, Cacbeur to order |

; L .u a visit to daughter Guldstein'a stay and call on him. in stealing of watches was I I 6CUOO. ER8. | ] .<* *t LARGE SELECTION OF STYlES: !

1 I t is with him. I I He can give you the best attention Am Donna Christina I'M;;, Axelsen to .. .
allowed to forego the humiliation ofa master i! .
+ Mr. Joshn said he made no tlljrt !|! that knowledge, experience and Am MaryT Juinby, 1017. -, to order I J
l ', skill can create. trial until tomorrow. Aw T W Duua.hjl. Brown to Jno A Mer- J .
r '.i ellect a new lease, as he wanted ------ ritt !i \ .
Win. Bozeman and Bert Young I \ .
,t ; to leave Peiisacola very soon. Buss ->;- 1 -.ic
\WAREHOUSESi white men were fined $10 each for YOU SHOULD DRINK PABST NEW ;, I ;ij
t ." at the hotel was not what he I II MALT BEER. IT IS ABSOLUTELYPURE. e'f I
y 1 drunk but collection of same was I ,
hal this, e \ !
anticipated although admission
I II suspended upon a promise from each Ch.STOn.XA. + ;
r i OF COTTON I : 1

:1r r was made with some relueI <<: defendant that they would take the Bea"the lit Kind Ysi Hari Awais; / Bn4 j i I.

+' I ;I lance. I pledge for a year and wouldn't drink ; e i I .

r' The any more. Mr. White gave Bozeman r 1(' I : ; !
lessee has Lad .
; z. %} 1'L new con-ider- The two warehouses of the L. & N. I I. 1 .
a good lecture saying it was a -- --- -- 1 j'j'I.

I" : able experience with large; hones j are just now filled almost to their surprising fact that a strapping I RAWWER.. SALVE. : : i.

:{''. ; in :all parts of the country and expects 'I capacity with cotton for (export and young man like thedefendantshould I the most htallna aelve In tM""or.-t i' +. '' -'

x ;; to make a paying venture of this is said to have never before neglect his wife and children and I e ; ; -I

the Escambia. He has not yet made 1 spend: all his earnings in drink. This OlltJ\V :JVOTTICIX.N I .1. !
fst' been witnessed. An estimate of the -:- J \
defendant's family were recent objects EITHER thA captain owners \ .
''re ap a corps (f a-*i+taut'4, and number of bales on hand! would not :- nor consignees; of the British .. ) .
of the United Charity Society's .. ES Maada will be re-1 ) .
it is uncertain who will be in ba given yesterday. sponsiule fur debts contract- \ .
attention and Mr. White .
a i" ed by the crew of tilld's <'I l. I ) .
+ large of the desk! :Mr. Siyi.ori i In addition to that large amount to have ben: a member of the com1 I'I PAUL tGGEHT. o. .
r Unit Transit Co.. Captain. .
I+ ii''' v'io! has been the chief clerk! :' there are ecores of cars on the sidetracks mittee that rendered support. !i iI tonslgnee. 4nlt :!, o ) .

i, !luder several managers, will hardly I Dempsey Oamblm borrowed a new i(, -'- 1IiEI1'Htlt-the-captain-- ---1 own i SI) 1
full of and -
rN ;: fleecy staple, j jt i i gun yesterday and while f ,.. Prs nor consignees; of the I, : j REGULAR Me GRADE ..... ... ..... .. .'! 1I" (;I Il
remain with Mr. Timberlake: as it these have not been emptied<<: from' maniPulat.1 r Nor bark! superb will be. i OXK YARn JLK OR VELVET...... ... ;., .

# t H understood ho has accepted an of-1 'I fug it the weapon was tracted by thwcrtiwof responsible said for v,-'s.I.debts con- e ; WAIt: LINING. .... ... .. .... .. .... ...... .:! :
pkj a the fact that there is no storage Ollicer Humphreys arrested him and O. MhLUXlt.To : ) I hKII'.r LINING...... .... .... .... ...... .. .... E
i., t r9 f"r elsewhere.! j 1 room available at present and it his fine was *;3. order litptain.Snoli ) ONE DOZEN FANCY HUrTOX0) / ...... .. .

-c The new lease i is uuJe for one I ) SPOOL hILKBRUSH .. .. ..... .... ........ .... ...... !
4' ? ,* t .> ear, the terms of which are not | would: not do to empty the rroduct Mother G raj's Sweet I'ouders for M.11H KK tne .e : BRAID[ .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .... ..... .1"

4 public. It understood the new i I i,,011 the dock. I Children 1 'I 1 :" = nor bark consignees Arizona; of will tbp'or be re-1,I, WALE BONE..... ...... ...... ............ __ ,.

.uanaer has made: :Mr. Jolyn an of.i |I The I Indra the big British steamer ,{i the-.ucces-fully Children's used Home by Mother in New(,rav.York nurse Cure in by the crew of spouslble saui v...for.elALKXJOUOENSKN.debts. contracted I i CfQ j FULL VALUE.... .. .... ..... .... .... .. . I
: -r for the two months of the tease '' retrrKhnesi ::;Stomach Teething lisnrdersnlovee : I
is loading cotton on the west side I| regulate the i.oueU: anl i! Sullivan: Lumber Co., Captain. I j :-allH'(' in -'."<. 31aerialilli) ; rancj Itraih to C "\: :
L' low held-by--him.-. .- -- of dock and the I i II."try Worms. Over ai.t.e, testimonials.Tlit4nrtrrfml I! Consignee.: Colt I J Matcli for.... .... ..... .... .. ...... ...... .... 4J* J \
I \ AtnUdruggists. "K;. "'ampi. 0
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t AN KXPKXSIVJ !lHlS Ii. ;, :Maria which docked yesterday, has i IRuyN.1.. F'Ia.";. Address Allen S. Olmsted, l.e WELL DRESSED I I j rrBuys 3 yards Fancy :uist Flannel. Limn.: 1

: $2.UU Button0! Silk. 3 Laci CT "3"
begun, to load a complete cargo. i iI 1 yards Applique ;
II t But the Air ( .' 01,1 !I'ailc I : i| Ic Keeps the Feet AVarai antI Dry. I MISSIVES. e j! Regular Value ... .. ..... ... .. .. .. .. .. 4'.J.1 ;
I There are five steamships at the .J
it*a'w Hun.i i Ask lodafor Aller'- Koot-Kasea: ponder. i i : Samples of these Materials will be Forwarded on Ai",', t
+ docks today: and cotton will form a 11 fures l'hllhlalu.ollpn.:: .t>''-pitting,iore< ,
t The brain is composed of thous- I Aching, l>amp feet. At all druggists and When write note
} e;lT .J inJs of little cell and these contain: j greater portion of each cargo. shoe Mures !:e. you a you : I This Sale Good Until Nov. 8th. !

ct vital substance which is used up i want it to have attention. '_ ___ ,__ r .. .. .__ __ .

'.', + .- 4 dariu: { active work and can itily be ;, The Austrian steam-hip: Dorotea It mu-t be written on nice ....
t 3 1+ 'll replaced Dy the right kind of food recently reported herein as schedul- IPYTHIANS TO r
and drink. I I paper and enclosed in a
J e\l to load 12.000 bale, tailed from
With many people, coffee drink- suitable envelope. We'll- C. WATSON &
j" ins? excites the brain Iud prevents itT Cuxhaven a week ago for this port : i CO.,
*: .,ty4 from Betting the nt-cemry! : rest :and I supply the paper that will
direct. Some of this big CELEBRATEi
': ) breaks d.wun.t detroythe cell coming fill all requirements LEADING REAL ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
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1p.- .. and the !pnft. tray Liitter therein, ;: cargo is now en the docks. I ,
a r, uordoes coiTee supply the food toP I i I II
,fi PEVSACOLA, .'IJ4')nlU.\,
replice till Sf cells and tliM naturally : The Liverpool steamers will load I Damon Lodge No. 1,1.:{ K of P., |i iI IN BULK OR !
4' Palafox and Garden Streets.A .
,' leads: to mental exhaustion, Iud Southwest Goner
a larger amount of cotton during the will celebrate the fifteenth anniversary -!

f ,i nervous"Some prostration.two years ago; I was laid '! coming ea50lt. as space for the I : of its organization: at the hall IN BOXES i iI FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS: .* .< + .'

0; Y tow with a very severe attack ofnervous !' transportation of such has been reserved tonight and for the occasion a grand and all the I I .," ?'* .'" jl jt STORES AND OFFICES FLL..H, s .
prostration and had to reLit -i banquet has been prepared and overa popular ; I
my position with! a lare mercantile j on the !frierra Line ships. and weights. I I
hundred will be laid.
e' covers Two large dwellingsstory, on North' I Two stores connected in IB
: house of this city writes a !' A strong probability exists just Pythians will swarm to the hall this I Btt\len Btret>t. with all modern conveniences with 4 rooms and kinin; u
gentleman from Brooklyn. ; gas. water and In residence portion of
i; "The doctors satd my complaint :, now that a portion of the New Or- evening and make the occasion one I Coe's Bookstore city, HJ per annum. Government street near Tar-.
rent as whole, or separately a
(" was due to over-work loug hours leans business will shortly come long to be rembered in local lodge ,; Large and comfortable d.l'lIIng.story.. rental.
[ : with gas and water throughout large lot
recommended I here. 'fhi business is seriously af- circles. with outhouses, located on the corner of
La Uua street and tltb A\'e., t-Q per month.A The McGinn Building <'J
( t dead than alive, I followed their advice '! fected by constantly recurring While there i is lira there is hop _. -- -.- : dwelling, contain ment and Tarragona sirt- <, >
1 and went to England for a desirable one-itnrr for boarding bouse. Apply! fu ILftrllelto'erO'.Jml'orner
I and water
-'q. e t ; !R' hort visit; but cave back very little strikes at that port and it is said the I I WAS afflicted with catarrh ; could BALL ; ing throughout 7 rooms south and bath fronta gas p. within racy Ba'

uiproved and unable to work sick neither taste nor smell and conld reach of Kelt aDd North Hill car lines. Will ; .
H f ;, shippers are looking in this direction I lease for Sao per annum. tendencla streets J.;:&per mu:+u:
I } i ,in't disheartened.: 1 hear but little. Ely's Cream Balm
On sty return my wife and I went; ; to overcome the difficulty. to be given under I Two-story dwellln4containing '4 rooms, A few om:PI on Palafox u' .
r 'I cured it.-Marcus G. Bhautz, Rah-: the auspices of near Hell Line, So 210 N. Barcelona street. 'Tlilehen building." and alar.
to boarding and a gentleman living: : A great lot of phosphate rock is I way N. J.CREAM I j Will lease for lUu per annum. I for mejui),
the /house told me of the beneficial -
in : I BALM reached me safely HOPE LODGE NO. 257 I .,. .
and II --
results he had experienced by leaving being shipped just now today --- ----- ------ -- -
and the effect is
surprising.\ My son I
t Food; oil CoSee.cotfee and using Postum 1 I. It. H. Lee of Mt. Pleasant Tenn., I|' says the first application gave de- Iinin1ita of Honor, Examine the corks on I Genuine Schlitz beer hal

t I at once stopped drinking tea or arrived to look after these ship- 'cided! Franklin relief.Freeman Respectful Dover N., H.Mrs. AT WARRIXGTOX KLA., every bottle of Schlitz and the name branded on tM
: coffee and used Postum", drinking it:]I j ments. He is at the Escambia. The Balm does not irritate or cause IX ODD FELLOWS HALL. see that they are branded cork. Ihn't accept su/rstl'tutes.
three times a day, and in a short
:=1 sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 cts. I "
st time found a decided improvementin ( or mailed by Ely Brothers 66 War- "SchlitzI .
and I
my condition now, am glad: ren St., New York. ,
; r to say, am following my profession will repair your watches and :You can get your JI/J'l. i
} i; agaiu. I do not feel the slightest effects FOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF FUND. Jewelry in flrat-claas style. J. ] I at Marstonify \
of my old complaint and; I am ii GRANTED THE ELLIDAPapers NOTICE. I II I Stephens. furnished complete

I ic confident that I owe niy present Refreshments will be Served. I I Ii Quina's on easy payments
t1 good health to the use of Postum. There will be a special i monthly
- v We have two children and our little meeting of Mt. Ho- ADMISSION MEN 50 CENTS When you call for Schlitz weekly or

t F,, girl, who is, now two years of age were issued from the custom o' reb R. A. Chapter Friday ; that *
>Rjt, has been brought up on Postum and house today granting American cOf evening 7th inst., at LADIES FiiEE. beer see you get it. ASK HIM roil A IlfDGttS
and today welhsto r s e + 7:30 o'clock. Look at the cork and
l Grape-Nuts, ; register :o the bark Ellida recently transportation I see t.
pounds. Pretty good for a cnild By order of H. P. Tickets will include free "Schlitz" The finest line ot nmbreiu- .:
t that is
; Y only two years of age." Name given purchased by Capt. W. H. Northup, \VE.ASPERSOX.: I for holder and one lajy from city is at J. I. !StepueL3'. Ot I. j

:. by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. of this city. Secretary; Pensacola: to I' it. at them.




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