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 8, 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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Pensacola evening news


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from Catholic Sirtt'rs all over the United Psrn"ell. and John R. Young, oi Saran. ;' :,: I r 1 !Ifi :r ..;!II' 'I ::1':1'f i
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cein d from a Citholie in.-titntionia the and D. II. Mi.\Iillan.! of Ja<"k, ;)i.1Ii ._. -- '. ,-- .rY"r._ '
Southwest r-ads a< folio vAi'ruuiln.'nt9GtherSi*: ,- -- .r- ,I
s nviIJl' Fla.; II L. CounKt and 1. -- -- .: .t, i
, :\ Says It. Saunders of PiMisacola. Fla., and J. ;f \ i I II i iAn !
I can testify from to theefficiency
A. Cranford, of Tampa. I' a.. This t IS
, of 1'eruna as one of the 1 1licst )
the natal stores combine of which 'j" I
'c, a inedicioun, and it gives me pleasureto much has been printed recently. Until! Attracticn of Great Importance Announced ,
, add my praise to that: of thousands
j i the officers elected at the first election
who have used l
it. For I suffered
. years shall be qualified, the business of the By The Carnival Co.
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corporation Is to be conducted by the I
; proving valueless for relief. Last
. spring I went to Colorado, hoping to b<: following officers: I I
W. C. Powell, president W. F.
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Coachman II. A. McEaehern II. L.
while there a friend advised me to try : j
. Peruna. After Covmtrton and B F. Bullard, vice presidents a great attraction i
uiag two bottles I found
I myself very much improved. The re- ; .1. C. Little secretary and val, and so : : i I
treasurer, and! \V. C. Powell W. F. I
mains of old disease
my being now so I
, animals been
light, I consider Coachman 11. A. MrKarliern. H. 1.Covmttn1 put
: myself cured, yet for I
. a w hile I intend to conUr-ue the Use of !: I>. It. MMillan.! John H. every movement is

. Pernn:;,. I am now treating another Young and! J, R. Sanders direr.toss. ed. Every : : I

patientvith! your medicine. She ha I
that leopard are
been sick with malaria; and troubled
with Iiueorrhfea. I have not a doubt DOOMS SELF ous animals to I I i

that a cure will -peetlily effected." trainer turn his !

These Ire samples of letters receivedby TO CALLOWS I ,
moment there i
Dr. Hartman from the various
:::: orders of Catholic Sisters throughout leopard if one of f l

I tne United States. M of animals and it

. Miss RCATKIX CAI.L.V.3I. The names and addresses to these let- Special to The Daily News: : ardous for any
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ters have been: withheld from respect Ka\annah. Ga., No7..-Joe :Millet places of : :,
I : from and I would not hare
m years' standing" j to the Sisters but will be furnished upon Ue escaped negro convin, who .-11 The G. kill Mnt>
teen without it I Jr:!nything. It helped {
UI ians. seversSisters of coughs and cold request.Onehalf. stoutly maintains that he is the nun' bring to this city : I ; 'j I II

end I have yet to find one case of catarrh of the diseases which afflict dercr of Gugie Bourquiu, the white of the best I

', IJiZf'(1 that it does not cure."-SlaterUeatrix. mankind are due to some catarrhal de- planter, and his old negro servant America, and the I i :
ranpemeut; of the mucous membrane Fred Taylor has not varied his tata 1
made throu
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r- -, --..: From a Catholic institution in Central lining! song organ or }':lso'ac: of the He insists that he is telling the truth each performance. 1 ,j
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Ohio Txjdy.A that he filed the shots from thc. I
i;" I comes the following recom- and ,
f the and I i
t 'S""r--, '" I .t. Imttl- mend from the Sister Superior. I A remedy that wcnlil net immediatelyupon gun that caused; the death of the two obeyed case strictly r

J'I' d I" "is I tf.ijr Some :years ao; a friend of our institution the 'ull"ted: mucous nicmiiranu men.
GOO:) ::, eomii recommended tous Dr. Ilartman's restoring it to its normal state, wuul.l The detectives took :Miller in a w !
I ,," ::' \ t. their ']I Peruna &* an excellent remedy for the : consequently cure all these dbea..ei. -- to-- the sro.t nn-- the Ozeechot!: road
r.'i. ,'r'l's i I lull they also I I influenza of which eve then had several I Ca t.rrh: is catarrh wherever locatinl, where he declares he committed the

W ..- hi i ii r to their ca-e;; which treatened to be of a serious hither it l>e in the head, throat, lung--: crime He pointed! out land marl's GO 1 f.l f.
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n ny children l'harader. ,.tor.iaelikidnej;:, or pelvta orgaiH. A and related every incident urcurastan
to. remedy that will cure it in one location tially. Every: detail cf the levolt'.nrstor l
:in>t"'i t from "We began; to u,;o it and experienced
,-<. and pru1 such wonderful reults! that since then w ill cure it in all location: *. > he told the day before was repeated '!
1 lua a lit'n r- I'erunahas become our favorite medicine If you d,) not receive prompt and saft:4- and he illustrated; his word? : .

for influenza, catarrh, cold, cough; factory re-ulK from the use of 1'CiUna, with :actions. lie indicated the stan-l
,,\i.l I iliylr tlart1 and bronl'hitl,;." write at once to Dr. H.Lltmanin? a i taken: bj the white; man he calls Sapp, ; I IJ

\ 1!. < '..Ham, 110 I Another recommend from a Catholic full-tatetneut uf jour case, and be will: whom: iie says promised; to pay him and F I
N' w York, reads Institution of one of the Central lie i:leased to pie: :you his valuable advice $2."i to commit the crime. He! showed Philip J

I States written by the Sistr Superior : gratis. when Boarquin Ml and where tlu- young men from ,,

." .'tiles of it cured : .1 numUTof yarasoouratttntUmi : The HartiitiUi Saiiitdrium: Columbus, All this illustration did not serveto
./ theun;:s of four11CTEET I i wacalled toDr.ilartraaa'I'eruna.aud 11 I Ohio.. strengthen the belief of the dete- where they had i i 1

-- tive'They! still incline to the vie>\ I imiuary trial y

iiiat; ;'ni, :'r irnn i is: 1ing. Miller mak.-s They were !
I ;,'o iJTtit to botu o bonds of $30 each ; !
enf.S'iniJ( on another road senile! |
I SERVICE miles .liitant! from The lJOIr.t! where he faulted and were ; R t t"" 1;
IN ATLANTA says h. committed the uiui'ders. Tits Their trial will ; !

I n'sroX story is !gem-rally distreditel i : tteggs at next I ; i I : : 1
and the mystery that overhangs the a
Special to The Daily News Special to The Daily News. criminal court. I
tragti d!> clay not be s < I
'.- News. I :H ittn.lh. Ga;! Xo\ 7.--1'1;'IK ;a I'ao \Vahinlon, :\11\'. T.--In the annuil .iv.d- Hon. C. H. Y"I I ; I i
i i.Lect adea\ and! X'dinlas report of General M. I. L iddlngto'i.quartCTmaster .
,ta lu.uw anl I I'apar.a.-ta'a SEUTPOOR"FARM tained in their ; II'
general, the most interesting TO I .
II Gaels! were out shooting near thl
in Atlanta I
i The ; ; ;
fity when the former was killed '>v feature is what he has to sav j :

h of next July the accidental discharge of the lat- regarding! the transport In view of PROPERTY state of affairs ; i ;, f
u\ention of th'IIlc's
the desire in
some quarters disposef
ter's gun. This was loaded with hi1'1 from what has ; i
win' 1 i
them. He said that the ships ara
shot, which tore and lacerated Pap.i-
.L.'. The lUptlst'ii fitted up in the best possible shape of the brothers. } '1 !j
dca's groin to such an extent that he
in of the for the of and, Special to The Daily News.Raitow. 1 ,
one died before he could be taken to ..tsurgeon. transportation troops that the men are ; i i I {

--.uiizations in thetiroes I Papanastau was wild with that reports of foreign; nations harm Fla.; Nov. 7.-The county families in their ; ; i! 1 :
asked for plans of the fittings witha I' .
: commissioners of Polk
are always county are <>\- f
, grief over the deata of his friend and
the first trouble ;
\'ieof Improving their I j ,
t. rest. wanted to transports.The arnmins! the pauper farm near Lakeland I "
M; the intf rnatiou- himself. report continued: in a body, and it isery probable! in ; that both i ; i: J i ;

u.ta was definitely "Nearly every ship sailing from Manila the property will be sold. A nietnb; young men ; I I i

'., e of Baptist mm. 'I WILL ACCEPT had on board about lout sick, who o. the board said: "We have decided foreman of the ; I I !r I 1 I
were provided with every attentioaand to sell the property if we can geta !
1 nt\1 busint: men I
comfort In the transport hnspitaU satisfactory old 1 for it, We find n Sullivan-Alger ; ; : !i t ;

':-t('church- lestl'r'l ITS DECISION that would be found in any well.regulated costs us too much to care for the fe,v they were not ; r j };
hospital ashore. WuO will go to the home." Only throe
trim, and was than their :
I "Of the many thousands of persons were at the home at the close of October I ; .
bring the eon i Special to The Dt.lIyiews: who have been transported: on the \es- The commissioners havede to make them ; ; t. t I f
\ \Vashinirton.;, 7,-Colonel! 'C, D. sels of the army transport service tided! to refuse all paupers for the present mitting ; a "

of Chicago. eIl.1 Wright recorder of the anthracite coal since Its Inception, not one life has ualtss] they will:! po to the farm sible. ; +f I '

Baptist ; strike commission received:: a telegram been sacrificed by reason of any fau'tin and receive it that way. t j : I
\ nh! America and I i today saying that it Is understod that the fittings or accommodations The young men ; "

1 !. :nor of Semitic! I'I! me larger part of the Individual! operators on the army transports. tiP-I Jumped on a Ten I'f'nnyail.. ferent story today. I I 1

I :,.1 t'rsltv. of Chlca-j! !j in the Lackawanna and Wyomingcoal "In view of this excellent record The little daughter of Mr. J. N were out hunting ; i r e] I, 1
of the I
Atlanta:! rester a.r. regions have agreed to become experience of the department in
its futile efforts Powell jumped on an inverted rake Bturdivant's store ", ; J t L
"' :Ie". parties before the committee and accept to secure I r { .
made of ten nails, and thrustone II
commercial penny: I i
ships for the ,
:i.? of the confer- its decision. There are about 70 transportation at a target. A ; .
of the armies during the war I nail entirely through her foot
'!' nee R. I., during of these operators working smaller divant was ; 4 I
ton of the place,: mines in the anthracite region. with Spain and that the further fact and a second one half way through j
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and this made the ; 'I' !
that was
'vi-; lift it be.t when withdrawn from active service ,
4 =
open '
.. the members of PILES. a transport canclt be advantageously later promptly the applied had and disappeared five minutes and cursed and ; : I 1 1f
pain f
Bather next year Constipation I is mostly responsiblefor disposed of by sale I am firm- no more suffering was experienced.In none of them ; ; j I I
.i" at Los Angeles piles. Masses of hard, dry faeces ly convinced that even though cir- three days the child was wearingher 9
'packed in the bowels, press on the cumstaccos should permit the withdrawal shoe as usual and with absolutely lence other than ; I j '

veins to such an extent, that the I of the transports from regular no discomfort. Mr. Powell is this manner ; i } I. i
circulation of the blood is interferedwith
: well known merchant Forkland
line service to the Philippine islands a ?
z w It makes price. If the veins in the rectum become Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and have had the i t! r'
it would be a wise policy to retain 1lumeIent \
btrJct and is 1
was BO better expanded piles the re- I heals such injuries without maturation effected the arre I
number of
Jl't, its price would sult.Cure transports as a and in one-third the time required : i 1
/11.ce: tried the constipation by using part of the equipment of the army to by the usual treatment. For Friends of the ; I
always: HEPATICURA and the piles will be economically cared ter." sale by all druggists and medicine the county jail ; I !I : i ,
heal themselves; if not too far ad- dealers. 4
t'k vanced. As HEPATICURA is make bail for
'M to
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A Hl'DGlNS' 5c.F The finest line of sterling silver
free from irritating effects, it Hot Chocolate with criminal court : I
Buttermilk is well to take it in advanced cases, goods and silver novelties Is to be
Lass, at So. a to keep the faeces soft. !Sold by all found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Whipped Cream, at Solo- day, they will ; ; Ij ; _'

aolomon s. druggists. please all. mon's. that day. t J F:

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} Life out of doors and out of the panics which they play and the enjoyment :;: ;:,' : Mirth is an almost infallible

: Qt : which they receive and tle e. orB which they make comes the \''-... sign of good
v '. Stewart Bank at Dover, Tenn health. A sick woman
a ; '' greater part of that healthful development which i 5i *,> essential. their ) County AM> WILLliKMUN vOXY

'w happiness when grown.Vhen a laxative U needed ti! remedy which ia i I.. ,.;..;.y.sf .. Was Entered by Four Men, Vaults may times force be moved a smile to laughter or at- > 1 i +Af

: given to them to clean+e and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs '- "
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j ';. Dynamited and $2,000 Secured by Hut when a woman :
which it should be ouch a would: sanction because its bj
t on acts physicians c. is bubbling over with : -

j f cumponent parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from : 'h.'A -< Robbers. mirth and merriment she '.'

; I if every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, ,'.. Xov. 1.spedal is: surely a well woman.
Nashville! Teen..
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy: .4t Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription has

1' because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects isSyrup ,\...: :;.'}. to The Banner from Dover, Tenn., saysthat made thousands of melancholy and mis I

J of Fips-ami for the same reason it i is the cnly laxative which should! ..:.:.. F'.::':. the Steward county bank was erable women cheerful and happy, by II I

eL 2 be used by fathers and mothers. .: \..;." robbed of $:.llJt) laEt night. The robbery : curing the painful womanly diseases ,
undermine woman's health and
I K; ?" i' Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly andnaturally ;(., is supposed to have been com which It establishes a regularity and I II.

y : which the ; '":......_ mitted by four suspicious men who strength. I.
: w ;_:-.:. : without gripinirrtatin? or nauseating and cleanses ; : so does away with monthly misery. It

+ w ,;;:;.: }.l system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which resultsfrom :: f" /'J'ir have been hanging around town for dries debilitating drains and so cures I.I I.I

r K iz <: the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against ;* some time. The \auts were blown: the cause of much womanly weakness.It I

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t '1. >?, ; prow to manhood and womanhood strong, healthy and happy, do nut ffivethem : :. }"../ abstracted. Officers and bloodhounds and cures the bearing-down pains, I

; {. 's-a- medicines, when medicines are not needed and when nature needs ':../.::: are on the trail of the robbers, who are which are such a source of suffering to

3 j a' i j ..:..{J' assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple! pleasant and -.....-: ..'.' reported to have leaded for the Tea! sick"Itakt women.great pleasure rcmmmtndin Dr. [ SpectaclesBlindness.

t} 'ef % tfA' gentle-Syrup (.f Fi ;. / neSSee river. 11<-rce' Favorite Frtxrintion for femalt weak-

1: l cl > -..i--.. Its quality i is due not only to the excellence cf the combination of the: { lies*. antes Mrsua.mah I'trtnentcr. of I
J'oul.lore.. Shtlliy Co ,Texas. "I was troubled
f-"J" laxative principles plants with pleasant: aromatic syrups and juice., but /1.; < Terre Haute Ind.. Nov. 7.-The safe \Mth Hearing-down' pain in mv balk and hips 1 .

'Ii fl i,' ",:' also to our original method of manufacture and as you voice tho h?alth of ,-,_ In the postoffice at Clavcrland> rains I fur six year and I wrote to fioctor Pierce for I
r. advice I triid his Fatunte J-rrsinplion' and
:j. + \ the little ones, do not accent any of the substitutewhich unscrupulous denl- .. cr- east of here was blown open last six bottles cured me. I feel like a new person
J t; .M". ers sometimes IJ n.increase their profits. The genuine article I may be : ro night by five masked! men and the contents I and I thank Dr Tierce for my h lltth. Life is a
0' burden to one without heallli I hatetoMa
;: bought anywhere of all reliable at fifty cents bottle.: Please .t.J any .
$ \ "." druggist per anl cash carried away. grist many of my fnt-uJa about the great
', II to remember, the full name <,f the Company -- medicine I took"
.. ., Robert Gabbert. who was passin The var-t anioiu! t
;t' r -. .. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.' is printed: on .: the Accept no substitute for "Favorite
in which _
store the postoffice !
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: Prescription. nothing "just
r c i /.4::; ,j:............ : ; ....-. the front 'If every paokaue. "' r '" located was taptu' ed by the robber as olld." defect of the iy .
a /'..,,-: '.:.;... Az;" .:...:.,, .. In order. to iet: itsbeneficial ...(", 0.t'7\ rr"i f j.t 'y 'ed to at the pr.-; .
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:';..1.. '. ..." i4 : .; ", "'>'" : ;:...;. .f .... 'i! I ) cloth bound. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, .
1" Si"M": '>?" |'/ /" '" gars blew onrn 03f s in the Sania !their: weak ey tj :
"',. :! ,, ;. .. .. : ,: : .i:"'.. ;"Ja/4Wt.;; ,... .. i Buffalo. X. Y.
.. ..... / '. ( ., I j I tie cndefi-c' '
t--. .r, .. .. : -- :. \ < 4"" : Vi- rall'i'1staling- and Pi'iijamin & or
: V {
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.. '.- ..., .... : '
..( '\ .'). : "" ,.. of the w. ak 1'I
h".a rr.I. I J. \ f\-- tsf fc:I> &* .t.' ...! Co. a jrv.e.ry store b rl'. la'-t night ,
: .. : :; : ? :..,: St"c Has Lcc.i Avert i iI'O'lill'TOI i ;
.... :.: ; -... f ; : iv-v- ,\j ..j'.1: ra .t '\ : tJ ... "' i money Ji-- I'I
( .;:. ;: -=---- '} : .: Li.i: ...i \ .... :..;..: ilry. I'd!ward Joy; h.1* r-o l'n ir- ; liV'v.! 7.U th.if -> an.ouiit
:. ." ;. :........... last l i"' onfort'tu-es !In :; out of u-.' -P.
....".:1'''' _, ---, ... .t;...... I' \;-i If'"! : a art s a. ( twivn I i j jiinuJpjts ilt ii
1K ) r2 1 t.. i'L' .: .," ., -...,,." ,, ,,,,IJ i 1.1 '''. .' rest.l!I. g iiue of the plunder! bei-ij i i eyethe -i ight j tl.ii-
.. c : of Chicago and Alt. ;
\ flioja ( )n i
.I t'., ..; .- ... -" .. .. "'... '.. ....'': found :i> hs: !iwsfF.'m.XashuHo j!
) ..':. : .. .i.. ....Y:'.. ... .. ''1...: .,,ilh tinofficials relative to wag s .I i .
:...''.'.., ., .'..j' '-,"... '..".''.'*%'. -. .. ,,':I...,..... ,... .". ...'....,'"..., M! this ni'-rnina '' !: l.
....... .1.. J. < .. ,. -'. *** > '- .. ', .."' ;;, an are ment was i j' .
.. ..... .-.. :' -i : -. : Tenn..iv. 7:.-The saf-> !occurred to tL.!
ii1 } ..J '. .-... ....':" \) : :i5W;; \-.. .' .:::...:.--..,..,":"\ ".K,....... r.'aC-w.1 hr! whifh J the eajiloyes were !i j'pt-rniaiient bliu! !I'. -
: ,'. in pc .-t nfficp at Sj'iinpSfid blown !
,l'---. .;:,.'.:.,,:. V.jI" .!...' ..'" .. .."""' ", >-,,. .. : ; .: ........-....:';::"!. \:........ '" .... wIth was giv. n a .--alls-fartoi i sca't-! anti i all talk ', larg" '< ::
..' open dynamite at an ('arlhour
k P ; :. \ j t..i of a strike is 'ndpJ. lrlheyeA! it III\' Ii i iI

: : ::{ iA t rc .... ':, t!: ) this morning and about $20 in mon-y I'well a* mixed a-t .

and a small amount of stamps were s ? Jilted Lover Takes i-ia Life. j can read fur.'mithe !" ,

cured. The offictis are oa the trail I Raleigh. X C.. XUi..-Bfvause his i! book "t'rd.' !l.-tj :

cf the robbers j frig to *pasmiii tl'I ,
sweethfan! jilted! him. Yauglian C1lio'r. : .
i (apparent ;lmrtu!
I { -----.- I Honor Legion In Convention. aged -fI. w, ;:t :-> the door of her hogs" Jpatit-nts! con-id'-r fjiShted

,' Philadelphia. Xov. 7.-The medal! cf at Con- OH!. lilt! a I.i i =tol muzzle in h' ; and lit 11"\ '

IL- .. I the Honor of Legion composed of civil I ![ prove a* they :urr"Wjqaently .
-- end* iu
-- nI
war veterans the par
A proposed by government
> ii'1 Many Members Visit the State Fair Spanish Priscners Tortuerd at Barcelona Leader of..the Autonomist!: Party !In for conspicuous bravery in a-. : PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT. I I jary mii-cle with!! i": I !

at Valdeta. I In Oder to Extract Confessions. .he L 3U eProvir ces. I Many broad winded pl'yician' ? i j just i-ul'lcient: vi-i"!ii! : .

iyl j 5 i ,p. Atlanta Xo7.-TIIC delegation otGeorgia Madrid. Xov. 7.-Reports of brit Mail. ;.1. Xov. 7.-T;.> trial! of Sabim: lion!in Independence m( t today in llalJ.annual Two t'on'entionI hundred prescribe Koley's Honey and Tar a" |i with. Had *pect.itljly I- I.

legislators who visiU'd the rarity to prisoners rivaling the ho.-. Arana. leader! of the :autonomist they have never found so safe and i adapted in tini' t'
part were in attendance.' Major MoepVarle. -, i errors of refraction t.jeej .
VaKlcsta for throat '
l / Stattfair has returned.I'.ain rors of the ancient inquisition CO;}:" in the Basque provinces a remedy and .
: charqod with commander j->yed goodU1: t .
of the legion t
pre Inug this lUtdiciuf.l.1W.
f t iiitt-rft as frrei
: a st-r! .w a oongratiilatory cable- sided. A. I'Alea.b-rt, 121 1 S. 1'alafnv time.
Y program arranged, fir their l.ntc.rtain.1 I I In order to extract confessions fro : ,
i u cram to Presi! 'm R-osevelt last -t. Jr. Unld-teiti'- -\ '

.Cp mtnt. but notwith-Mandins this th"l i 1 I thieves and other criminals, it Is al :!Print: ; on the graniiisr of Cuban in
NI d' 1 > report a most "r?.))'al.lf'! vuit I lilted the police have inauguarateil a ; IK can at Bilbao! tl ture's deficem-\ s\
today. Co" .. !3 r:11: en :.: .
and pI'llU'hlll"I' the fair a 11' at sq'-- ; stem of elaborat. and cnicl torture*. 71'r.r I : ic; pros utor took tar: offer One Hundred Dollars reward I ''" l 111, ". .L. ". J .. I the adjitiB pow. rI :
-lt<;:r. r ? J'
k. (('as. ]I :Many prisoners have ilit-d from tl1'I ::. for any race of Catarrh that i ? I datlon" of the norm! .i
: I ciriiin.l! its iir : noArara'.s: teli-gtani 3 ,..'. ., ? .
I ?'. Prom Ii; n'rlrrk! la-t v.-niug an <-.i.i: i i! effvc ts of this ""Jaminan n." It i isI i t1' ,> :-1't; ; in'ri'-.x-d tl;<- intcsrriMand / : cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh II /. -/ // i..7fJf ; .._'.,.., tiI rfqiiirintnt overlooktd/ !h. :I
orate iun<-!!i. on at! I r" --iithii I Paid that after Cure. '
< \\afivin having IH'at..n'jpfims of : I
dianity Si.iin.
surf }he
; drman! : d tlclancIt the lllr.\ In '
'; u uniplin.rni! .: to tin solons at ; into insensibility the police throw that K. J. CIICXEY, & Co.. Toledo, 0.Ve I "IX'
\ a ? rr ''ice of e; ;! t 'al's' hops.; l'xpl'rieucp' IIf '.
\ the undersigned; have known
the ElKi-s' !hb! v. ill rP th y met a them Into dungeons, where th"y ar' cnnunt !biiaii! ".-,-,1 01 I'"> Hsor.rr. Chf'll"f..r'th.. : InI i, hy mot imps: \ i iwifti
; F. J. .- list 1,; .
large nnmli.T ., yi .
f II.! I. .
a ( and believe him perfectly !hoiu ralvle
of tht dry and nuin' in.miir.fnt m.') !collars fitted ins twith spikes aiothen To Bring: Lynchers to Trial.Montromeiy. in i all liuiiiKtransaction- alldfinal1ci:1lh' 1 If You [HaveRheumatism to I'lTrt-ctly ti-t .

i from nth,': sf'I;,a-! I t;,(. #tat. T:: : gradually tlchtm on thera's Ala. f able to out ob- ,suitable collect;! i in I Itacles
Nov i.-G\'rpr carry any ,
') .
H i, affair wa:; a m.; ; ' on.' tJfr'il..a! : h -: an'1 necks until 1 italic iiuule by'firm. to giVE
they signifvtr'ir Jt-lks! i is in correspondence with'the M.iiritor ; ;; :::: =1"--='-="T I'I''iiioiiilMo.s I the ,. .
4 en eyefor ; i \
')lIt. rr.drap! hi'.-r. U. <'njo> .il. Ma:1; ., :, xvilllnsnrss to c anfps:,. Som- and sheriff! of Lee WEST & 'fH\ A XVholealo ,
: with in .j"1!
county prof- :
:' splendid h'l.i.t! h' 0'; )hi,,,, !? ucnma !k. I times the prisoners drop dean! with th" refrrtnce to thf \ Drug i-t-s.! T"I..d" (). I [ ?
mob which i .
lynch 1.1a .
I ,
Hun. J. 0 .
IiORsiii '
: !
: M.I air! I pro u-m J pain an,! loss of blood.
,io Sam.
Il j was ma'-t',r of r.c near Th" n"sror; Wholesale IIrug-i'i"t.:, Toledo.. O. j jHall's ".Jo.,, :\ I 1.:1. : 1 i
nnnsoaKsArnoHu :; The revelations! ,
I.'1iIi I I hnprodut'ed a pin:,o.-rs of robbery; went into tin-! { Catarrah Cure N taken internaily ,
OFFICE JlH'B-! l3 l-
i ; the fHI at: -. w-ro Mfss"s pinfonnd: sensation: throi !bout .- house of the I ;
ward to1rntlnnrd
OeorgA great
Meadows and! knrv-K! acting directly upon tin- ;, ,
Itoiitii-'T I IIDH. I
in. :
Albert HOH-.JI.!) o, Atlanta: linn. Wa! I Tac :anti-dynastic parties (>.1 his wife and dauuhter on the heal blood! and mucous ?urfnreof the URICSOL ('..ililorniaKrfnedy I II p.
bi will cure ( SOLDTKIN: !K .',
ter Stc.',l. S. \\ ."-1' ini\v: IIuKhe. I organizing indignation; meetings in He was promptly Killed but the lath! ,> s !'tl'm. 1'riee ;6C. per bottle. Kold j 'i TOU It u-d cures Liver, Kidney end :

Harvie Jouian., lob, It Onsloy, j. M ::, order to compel the! govrrnmcnt to investigatP are recovering The !s by all druggist?. Testimonial-, j P.odi.r!: diseases, cau1 by an excess ..f'iri' I i.oriint the av i ithe I. .
hast ,
governor acid It never fails and builds up I IE law- of iijti.r-
M'ilkinscn "rltfi'ndoii. Hall's Family Tills I are the best.Foey's .
I ( Jiul;- I the charge,. in to bring the lymhers' to trial i! I the h'-alth anil tree i?th while using it nf nt injure-n'-I II : "
., Hopkins. U. \'. S. R. Maxttt-ll; and Hun possible. :. u<) stamp fur bo ik ..f wonderful ccrtiScates I and the uhulII' _

t C. R. In !1dlU, I CAST O'S TROUBLES ,r CREASE.I Honey und Tnt j S price. }1 p.'r bottle For sale I nl '
by druegi! -ts If vii'ir drucftl ran m.l I in;? out ri-i:! i iwliat
The visitors; w.'1'.- !and !sn their |.ra.',' I Crown Prince Visits Stock Yards. cfti/ A'o craes supply v...11I will >n, ,,(,nt pri-paiJ upon they!! alif ,

I j.I 'tit' of the reccjition! giv. n thorn! and. <.\ Unable to Serd Minister to Francs Chicago. Xov. 7.-After breakfast 1 > : I receipt of price. AJlnsUrisolCli3iriic2lCo.LQsAngeeslCa I I to bl.ut-tit"th'lII. .-

1, is k"trj ? ressed thtraselvrs adelict"; : ,! with Owing ta Disturbed: Conditions. day the crown prince' of Siam an.1 I Il .. !. : ....-.-

i"L w the city and the fair. Paris Xov. 7.-Th.- f.i-en olife f,. l' ..rtytre taken in a special car to SENFU.U.; : KliKNCll: btitiMUl'lI: I ,e or the I

t, New ,ills introduced the stark yards.. The magnitude I f I fasolnea'eryniccl '
in the IIOIKC flay received an cZiiial: dispatch! from Following i is the chedule of tise IIarslon $ <

.': 4, (4 Fa Are as folIowK: I Caracas saying; that Prcs-ident Castrowas the yards and the! dispatch with wh'n-i' {overnmeut steamer Uenertil French! I u BIGOT I sco". Lre rrlan[ ,. La / '..I "

.; Py :\Ir.Iif'n! of OTiitfield : unanlo to een-1 minlsti animals! wore slaughtered and ilresa"! which THE NEWS "
-To pro ;; a : to Par: printfor the i :

+ I 1 jt, J ,, a e viiie for and r.iiirc| the ,payment 'a! owing to the present; d-turfd; (i-ondi t'Xdhtl the priure's admiration! .I ) ndll of the mercluntwjio! "hij'i, Distributing Ag nfs. A 1 Wash Stands

t ; tales on all sir(\('ial rranrbis.';;, and n tion \'If'Z' htir good a to the \ .uinuallJl tyy o9r'O'G 'i"W" Just the tiling' /I',

: F F proscrib! the method I Diplomatic CL'UKII IIY mOO H\LM posts; : 1
for the returnand relations between th Iron Beds.
1 : pays :it of said '. [Leave-, IVnsacola .... ... ...... 7':'> a. m. | -l--. -.".- 'I":: .'- '
vrr *.& taxes. two countries have brm ?jen.lcl <: l..t'aY.larrnDCIiS... _. 7a a. IE.Leaves "'" f!ILfJ t ; ''' I __"_ --
$ a fj By :Mr. Cahln of P.rhmond-T'J! tile past eight years. France bf>las All kin; and BI..I Oi..P\M"1 Cured. Pickrns .... .. .... ..... ... *.'u Ii, in. ,! 1 v if1?
44f ; amend section! s t u t 7. volume I of th" temporarily represented hv a fhar:" Mrs.: M. L. AdiinFredonia, Ala., Learns 1'l'lI.acol3 .. .. .......... l>il.:, a. 11I.1 11. tny: (' <.jl.g ,!'t' I PEOIESSIONALW. .
( 'I .(, t code of 1W5.! so as to make tax ft. eta i d affaires at Caracas. Owing to th. took Botanic Blood lulu, which ef- Arrives Hsrrftncas lllu a. m. and theaakes p" 3tlpci-r .. .. ..-. --- ,-- -- .
li to IhJsul I i
I bear u trip to Fort Mcltre and tb n rt- : ) C'/alh/ .
LffH iW Interest ai the rate of I per cent present revolution Franco disiie.i t.testablifh fectu illy cured an Patios: cancer of urns to Ilarrancas. (' .1...... and In'I o:4 @i I C. ROWS, M. D,

% Instead of 7. ..... .... ... ..... .... '
: a minister near th' -irnt- an.1r'l't"r.t1) ) the no-e and face. The ;snrPs healed Leaves Kurraiica* IIn:: : p. fJ 1.1" !
Leaves .. .. .. .. .v nn'1uQ3hwtrsllu I '
By ;Mr III! i'ickrn t 1.:? p 11I'1' Oltite: 17 S.I'IIa' '
mm of ;Jumt{>r-To amend addressed President ('ash i' ). up perfecily. Many doctorha( I ..ravrYra-acol ... .. .. 4.\V p. j., ... ...... '" '111"1. \1I :n .. ,

df t. the chatter of the city Americus so saying that the French mint: ,r \\ in1! 1 IIl.tsump given up her c'se a? hopHe'-s, hun'l oear"e i Fir kens .. ...... .. ...... .. [,:io p. m' ',rZ . ; I II oar from. t'i :PH.' ,in >
n H
I vii St Oil r.+ .I I-Tr;
Arrive Htirriiiu-ns 5..i> .
M to make the lolice: commissioner:: his post when the 1'enrrit n dreds of case'* of cancer, ; to Mcl'.oe and return.p.m I and after To'clncKTIME
elective ore=, jsuppPMtln swelling; etc., 1I 1 hOllO: Gli.
c by the people. minister! to France wag ar-t'! On Wtdi1e-dav""nd-aturd:1'\'i': the I _
1i have been cared Klood --
rt Py! :Mr. Owen of Pike To amend th- Today's answer f is regarded as in'li .\moDt': 15. M. Kalm. oat will; leave li.irrancas: via Pick- -
late relative to !'tatftfJflltnrff'S.. sos I l eating that Castio's; position: I 1.* Mptcparious > Warrior Stand. Ala. lh.r nc aild Inv for I'einacohi 6:30 p. m. TABLE.LOUISVILLE .
I ) The General French i U for
w to include
Ihrnesvilln in the list to warrant any on' of ;iroaitnence lip were raw: a* beef*wtth clleiiivedirchai

si of citlrs and Towns in which the ROVernor accepting: the po"t li. 1'('. to from the eating sure. ,)lave urpoe-a pa; only-s from and the any outsider must AND NASHVILLE RAIL{ C'.'. t1

t I shall ti.;!'gnate state depnyinr Doctors advNed cutting, but i ioiled. it qturir-r'na-ter
les. Blood Balm: healed the I ) take i'uaje! ; III Lf r. IN EFFECT lit -I.MKKIt 1. MlTHE \ __
i I ;lore; and Mr=. (tii< i i- u.
H.v Mr. K.-!!iv Of r.tasrof'kr' rnpy a"l New O"oanH and l'-.IbUe
well a" ever. Bot.inic lilnod' Rain i ialo .
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change the time of hMm! ? GaSro; k Weman Arrested For Publishing! :! cure eczt-in i, itching litun.ri !! The Beer i
h I superior : I co.e f o... I. So.2. No 1/ .,
court totting Notices In Her Paper.iO'.l'1 ccab,i and ?cfalebone! pale*. ulc"rotler I 7:15 a 12!Iii ID UI.I r."avt! .... 1'\.ot ..Arrive I 5.'" Ii 4
is Y.. j Ry .fr Kent of .fohn-'on-T,1 regn Dublin. Xoj.-Mrs. AnniV! ( ive pimples blond mj.nii. car- i t:;,. Ii I 2nn p I'r! a L'8V"_... l'lolL3ton._. u.1U'8 2'I?" a .
i !. late the s-alo of I That Made 11.10 a f1/p/ I IMa IIIJUe .. .._ Leeni: 1:0n t I
pistols in this honey the lJUIlCIIrr.'fu.I; ri-ins and i .
6 state: a-d! woman imprison .1 11:11 r : bump "r. Se, I Tdpla Leave_ .N'w'ireaoa..l.ra.e' .. : n '
44 1
to I the =kin .nut all blood -=---- -- :
presi.ilv troubleDru.rit
t th.nRth| and w. iht ..ifpistols f the crimes net during! the prt -or.t; -North. and, < arric.iHy campaign, >. H per l.ire bottle.
was arrest-d at Wat 1'f"l 1
Sample: of K.,MHIC Blued Balm free i --
r :Mr.! Slaton] A INHmmR rAM
of Kulton-To this morning and
fi amf'lliflIt'tion sent to jail whe.vhe
k prepaid by writing! Blood Btlm ; \o.9. V4.4. No.1"
t J ::1IIi: of the code! or isjts! re'i was to undergo a two mouth,; tV Atl.inta, Ja. Describe troabli- lI'liip 1215p m I Leave Y"n.acnla ..Arrl\ tropi m "
+. j, } tive i, .. .. ..
to attorney; fo->s. s. utence. I II 'Ilim 1\,1p mrrIT. Moat tomery .I. II\'I' 1IIram
t t'1 I and special: medical advice mt in | II :'\\1\ a In 0.o. pm I .\rrv... Bllmlnlhalll I...""" b III m I' .J
s P.r Mr Rla.-Vhnrn! of l-'ult.l-T'1! Mrs. O'. rahont'y. who is the !pronn-- ;;p.Jletll..tter. It i it certainly worthwhile I 1 7)1) pm :1IOa In Arrlv" ..... 1I.aYtll\\ ....L"rve .
\ h+' I mend the hn-t.-r of tht town of tress of the Waterford investijjatu'sr uch i remark-1 i rit a 10 4tt: a In I \rrl1'O' .. .ouu.v11Ie. .. I..a\'l' i:15 pm' '
East Star. refus '
J 1 .
_.I.t'81'' 'I'J :
ii 11r \rrl\ l'IDClflll !
POlnt in Fulton to turnish bail to guarantee that shy able the remedy: Blood Balm cure? I 7Naa tom _---.!.:*, _"::1__ I .4rnve.___ "I. ".,:1':'_ ,'''' .:1" p m
'k& would the I most awful wor-t and mot j
-- cease publiotion of boyC'ot.I RIVER JONCTIOStNo.
der-p crated blond di-f>H-p-!. BREWING COiiKsr ---
4 till notices. II. P. Lynan. -tor!: ot t
the lo-CKNr: P.OTII.K UKKIIIN' n-I>aily So. lI-1>a111 i Noetou wher" time not .bown So 2-/1110111: So t.lliM
DYSPEPSIAI same paper also was arrp"t. Ii 1 anI I I ("1t111V .tin l JCL 4, I --
sent to jail for a similar term XOVDANNHEISBER=\. p ;;; 7:00" In :Lreva...._ Y"usacolr.Arrlva t0.7: p-- :=
M 1 : > : I 'EITHfHth"'n' 12Hi alght 7:13" .. lOh..mla.. ...... 1".7"
IF. TU>:X. the mot common I I -. (I nor <-on'ln.>e5 of the lint I BRO 12:20" 7:1'1" ..... Yl1lfolttra ...._ iualr .

Sf t 1 f ailment of mankind, can be II II I A Prompt *>inarer. IshIuda will be re-i i 12'2/ 7:1+ _..._ .ESl'ambla ....._ 10.8:1":
IR! ii: sponsililifor' delits contracted AOEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATKliI 11 t5 .. 7-\: .. _..._,_ Iulat __..._ 10t1 "
cared by thEu*e of Iln tetet's I "Did you say that niy face wont! | the ..... ,
by crew of >aid cu.f- I.l 1785. 7:"'! .. Harp ..... ._ IQI" ;
,j Htomnch Bitter It has a record of I i top a drt(-k" I j 1'AL'L fG: EHT. I I. I HarDer Wti l2.!O" 7:2i'. ,........alt(117.! ...._. 10\: "
I Oulf Transit To Captin i ii 121": 7;3\1" ..-..... M II ton .. ..._ 111;Ia" '
1 I fifty years: ..f such; cures beck of i it i j "Net exactly. intimated/ that U onsienee nit Main House 401 H. Palafox 1:811 a In .. ...-. Good RaDgl! ._. .
? t' I wouhl tempt Father: Time himself! tot - street IM": !9:15: ..... .... H\ts! ... .._ Yss r
( and will not disappoint you now. I I in admiration." I NKITHKK.. : tnc captain, owner R. R. F.zchatle-Opp. Union Depot 2II" 11.)1\ ......... MIHgan __._ a i:2: : I
pause Washington"tar. ; nor eonsigiirt-a; of the _........Crt.tvle. IJ"; I
; you are a *ullerer from these I P. 0, Box 2i. Pen-acola Fla 2:1:1": 411 ---: :
complaint i j! Nor Dark uperh will titresponsible 8:00" SM": ........leerLand __ 1I,6" ;
*, or IXSOMVU. \ERvorsxrsOROFNKKAL : < : tar debt con Phon/o1 IIR.21'$ 8:23" 8:1'1" ...... Mosey Iliad./ :"J"
l tracteJ by for crrwof ''Od v.-,1-l. If II ,
,1 &' f DEIIII.ITY: FORE TOTKY I bnm'le"". Tellow.i I u. MKLL1XU. 4-td 4:11: Dist 0:11\: '. .. ..IeFnntakllprtngL.. .... Argyle ....._ 7:11" .- ;
IT. Ol'R PUIVATE. STAMP i"i {IlItTIJ tl-iss: eater has lost his To ord..r. .Rptsm CURE YOURSELF i 4:41) .' dl L"on._ 71\1" -

s :, over the m ck d the bottl. i I job iu this! )!lo4tEllHt.Ktb"C8P'8'D I Ctk 5 t're Bi?( for nunitari 1))1) 10:10. .. .WtetTllle...._ 7:11" ..
masruta.Btartk .
masa..u dierharrralD6mmatior. I 6 t"I 10):1\:\ .. .... CaryvIUe ..._. 7:12" ,
| .l Lady-What for? > ownenor r e I Gunorea imtatioci or oUrrtttonicf Ct.II3" 1031' ..__.Ionll'iY__ SN .
: j I !:" const/Deft of the Nor artteaueian. ma com meuiPllDlwi _. .. _. "
t HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH i I ;limit-Why. him eRt' bark Pmrais 8:00' 1047" tblpley 8:1:7" .: xs
: they; caught; l'; Arizona will be rsponslble e Cefiugho.THEEnJUSCllEVC and nut.wttlaas ':p) 1It1" _..._'ottord.le 4a6 l I. :

.hthradtl.-lll'truit Free Press by tile crew of said v..for.ei debts coctracied gent orptaoDoa3.c 7:00" 11:23: ....._.IanaI1D. ._._ IJ:ru II
i ---- ALEX aaiatn10. Sold by Arnftala, 780" lIfl": .._..__.Cypr !L._._ 6.S'! ,: "
BITTERS i Sulllvau Lumber JORGEXSKX. 0.6.a. of eat in plats wrarrt, 7fO" 1Il): __.Urnd Ridge_ II 6tr I I.-

i4 :I ASK HIM KOU A IIUOG1N& :".c. Consignee.t'o. a %' stab tr aprc', or 3 acLt!bututti prepaid oa rO44tatr$2.75., toe 81:1"T51I: 11fJ 12:15 noon,. Arrl.eRiver'nnctlon. Mnfoads .__Lean" :6:10"\:21" 1 .


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: \ \Vi.n-iu I.* and When She la the GOLD DUST twins do >our work." m}
I :Nol a Goad Citizen. I j jlL ;

II I'I I In tie I ::itt-r <>f p.i T>ouaI rights: r.oth-! ; ,

r IlseV47 'I ng nj-oar! ;
: e I ,rucat.-l.! A i'itle coii,';tienitioli; of the $ 3s ;

Ii. I Pant r ..!ad a liiili- t\c.\i\ :' anti ji-'L-Vii-nt Y \ )
i.''loi ;In I i.! .."> t.v Itu.n:: .1:111'!: riielr: i':i +

fri..h.i i h.. ale all H.?: !i.- tor.',.
v p fe \ i''II lc illl +iuul I.'i i.u-+ \.ith I.M. .

\ Vk S = t-r4H 1.. '. ,irrlly; a? file lueathes. '! II.t, :, JIOV. lift j Ki \
} =* ONE WEEK{ MiLmG
I '. J\ > |I l U1--,"", =" f r TTH i' t'- Sf.i <*r- U i..sni :;:le gets cn'I. .thill;; ale

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t i'irtm sure of the law ou the ui: t- ,c..1 I, I !I ;;
RNAadSw er. NVver %\ rite a letter or utter a I d !
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: > J; nl \Hc proU it until you are sure you II I I I

ire within your rights as Umuital ly.lie ----f: ; L I
I I Done plod! along ike your grar.dmotner did before s
laws of jour state. You \. ill beiniazed 'you scouring and scrucoine. tending and rubbing. 1 '. i.
Lt:2 / I at thv e.\ecileiiee of your laws i
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I. I aid ordinances roil the criminal! tai GOLD DUSTTi'.kes .I r : !
i i iI it
4iwrM I I 11's of their er.furiement.Most i
) I of the thinjrs which barnsJu housework easyit cleans eve-ythir.g Gy .. ,
| < < injUres nothing. More economical than soap.
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; ; > uiid annoy you n u! / I knew biwv :II: I u Made only! ty THE N. K FA1REANK COMPANY
', with if ouly ;
I Chicago. New York. Boston. St Louis. t Ii
I : :;ire protoetcil by :1nut i. -t :.'- I Makers: of OVAL FAIRY SOAP "t'i I > -, i
I'onvU. Well, whose fi.ul !sIt I --- --- T I!

t. i but yours? You bare iuliueice.: I',,b I limit In liirmlure. .
'rrV il S. e to it that ditifeuiUK uoiys nut ''I Instead of Iosi.g: \ Use l built In i iI
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J M r ixinrnn
.!p' vi t -ii(II..i.! for this is il.c! f.u-t that it iircsntmany -. M i I

I' It: l.'l.i-\ : .' >.'!! !lttelpt to CISt out I : cliaruiii! !: iio",:iljihtjo. fur Unitlar ., _. I
1 1J
i' .' u..ilr.! fry ii. t'ni'; l piiMie! ',_' ,, r. Mint a I -'e and Muull hunts write* the Ie- ; rv I

; 1. for fen; tae '..-amt' .-. :UShm-is: is trot News-Till.;:.I\L'. TLt a>i-,vt of a 1 I %
Kii.i'.italuiug! lout I "ill'I"Y! ckmiredby : .
," .. :; i'\i ;I.' Ahi ; room may <
',! .P.. i.i ::. ..'' 1'" ><.II 11.ui ice on \ rtWTiin. a side M-U fn-m' one lail"! k I

.:. :-.1!!" I U i,1.1'.:,'r 1''? ;,,1)),- :II| ,' U}> of t (!'e' wall I I.. I'p! ,ct-n-r, :and) in I i''"> ''':' I' .

:'t 'L" \ \ .I i I.f' 1 h'efr t \\ \ !. \\"IIH'n t. : .1'!; !1I It 1- I. :.:, .. i .j : .' 11. '. '. : I
:: '" II \'. ,:" I" niiiti\; in th! 'il' M-.X. 'allll"l h'- I .1'! ..u i.' i--.y i h a \:-.\'f'iI; ;.., I iv ( ''. '.-. ; I. ..i : "> ; I, ,I '
anti! inuiulfd form is .'. ll'.weil to I Ml.-ll it N 11'.1 I. !.\ : ,
1" "I\ \ ." ;" "i 'iffy' 1 ';;ittllt'" ., irliili'ifn: : ::: lilid riMii.i. : r- I
..he... e :: 1 ;, ., IV. ."(1' .i.d y.-ll[[ rexard-; <' : \ < iiieure.: I 1..1. inlii-, in the! am t. ,

,I .i with ii regular: Mipiuv.-M'il or painful t.! v < i .i" t' 11110. who !!. writing :Iii I effects and wai,,',; the! |>l.t\v iii.-h I,

II i> ucun'hu'a, lUpliuriuciit) nr ulivnitiuii! uf the "'lCII i..-. .,ii.-uai, nt n'nive yu\\'i Doj ec./.ier. '111(' jrrowmjj! f.i>hon of h.iviiK: I
of the oviiri-s baek-: hark with built iu and to 1lI;!trig ili- 1 I I
d''i\\ii fl..lillgintlammation : -.ti! I U'-iji :\ d : :Mini: ilo. she furnisliin!! ; ,
j, iif'itri. tvirml deliiUty, indi( 'stion, and norvomiih -he'T d'.<: 1'1:1 Its and! the delight of lire I woodwork[ of the room make tilt *.' r If .

\\iih I such :iiiinonis.. us di//.iness: f.iintnes.<, ins and do yon em-otirase. hini in it repanl'ess I seats jiiite inexpensive.\ FO they c.n THUKE orilKll;-. IX TIIE1U !

,Iv: irritaliilhy, in'rvniNiu-ss' slcfiiK-ssni-s\ '>, uiclan- \' "f the p'M.r "Iillsh'r'Ithlll be of soft \\ oc..l. iMianieli-d to match CHAS. O. KILVATRIUK AND i t i ,
ALT.The ;
1'I \' >.U'-lcft-aliu'" [ ftvliujjs! blues, and hoi eI'l hi'.iriim who hates t'ur'! the woodwU: of the room. CYCLE DAZZLE I'

,',I I"etllI.I'. thciv i.: oiui tried. and true ri'iueily. If you do any of these thins, you I I ANXIOUS MOMENTS. I Daring Ride Down a Flight! of One Hundred Steps ou a Bicycle by I : '

; ,II L iruli s 1-egetahh' ('oJIIIICHIIIII 11-iuoVes silrh trullbltS. :are not; a Jllo.i eitixen. If your hns1 Home of the most anxious hour of I K1LPAT1UCK tI
l-i.l 1 d.'i-s them and you do not try toLtlnenee life tho-e when the I I! 3I
I mother's are
'. !;ji i> {Prominent Chicago Woman. Should Give Everyone'l.indente him to desist i you are nut a a little ones of the hnu-ehnld have the I Icrou SLIDE FOR LIFE 'r ,

E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. : uoixl citizen. If you are not training; I !>. There i;? uo other medicine Tub of Water.
in Into
Lydia Ladder a
l our IKIVS and girl !in tUou;:litfuhiess! ?; oelloztive; iu this terrible maladyas MRS.:: SPRAY'S Dive from Top of a co-foot
v' i'NKtA\i: : It affords me great pleasure indeed, to add my and consideration tu their 11I'1hI.IOS Foley's Honey and Tar. It i is a Hplash Hickward Fall iu the Tub lul Feet above the Ground. I
." ,at number who are today praising Lydia I:. 1'ink4talile :- i if do nut train them household favorite for throat and t
'oiiiiouiiil.\ Three years ago I broke down from exceIVt i,j and fri.lids. you troubles. and a* it contains; no the Names of the Different Shows Under
.1'' \ "! and mental strain. I was unable to 1 to stand up for the ir rights;:;' and to df- lung be The Following arc I I
physical and I became soncr | maud that when >:o ... sei-urv projH-r; rest also lost my appetite the Weight safely eiven. \V. A. D'Altmbcrte, ..*?"< Separate : I
friends trembled.and shall be enfon-ed by
\ mis andirrilahla't.wthat my they 121 S. ralafox Ht. i
.. 't: '. \ 1 was unable! to attend to my work. Our physician pre- of a persevering public uplnlmi. you :, Trained WildDnEHalf t
:L c aciibrii: I for m?. but as 1 did nut seem to improve. I was I are La-kin! ; oth as mother and MS t'oo.lj : : Under The Red Dome. \ Hagenbeck's '

e. -\-,0 tn away. I could nt'itlwr"pare the time nor j citizen. You arc nor doing your dut.; i I I Life. Animal Show.HouseUpSideDown..
i to
worried when fortunately Statue Turning
r;. 't J..n'v. and was eery inueh to your children or to your country urIi I I
.. club friendealled.. She told me how she i ,, CASTOR i
t .if ni\ yourself.-Saturday! ; ICvming 1't. Backman Glass Blowers.
ii 4-uri'd, of ofli il0frollble.andhotVlikc my symp- [ ) ; I

l" -n: n re toner*, seven bottles of your medicine, cured i 1 For Infants and Children. Johnstown .Flo d. i Wild Rose. ;
In and she insisted that I take ,tone.o '1 A Potato iiorilrr.
/ r. .. I did "so. and am glad that 1 followed her ; Almo-t: ::.ny i < i-i 1'.1 ui,,If,. ->i.-h :1'4 The Kind You Have toys Bought German Village. I Streets of India. .

t-. julviiV.Vithin six: weeks I was a different cr. .,1'11.1! \\i-\\\\, ., lei -' T .or Seat \I Stadium. ; n
robust in health, and have AI Electric Theatre. \ I II
and 'tli
Y / woman strong IMII In- \ !1'' .1 i 'iisl! :; "' 'I' II'' 11pululo Bears the .

.J.Ii / d h"'n..K A, ever number since.of my friends who have hen b ..rd'r1,1";i MU potaM.EIX t A.tutecf I Dog and Pony Show. i The Maze. 1'" :

'f-Jr. g with ailment. peculiar to our s's I ; Ocean Wave. -
:..; r \ tr"nl.1.-.1 IN u ---- Bird and Monkey Show. 1 '
und have asi rn
4 ( base taken
greatly: brnctlAvl.-ills.: ULUAHKTII: DAI.M Dancing Girls. I Venetian Gcndola, :

.:". 111. I'reMik-iit! of the H. Kuth'a! Court. Order of 1'ur-
Curse 'I
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f \.iinen, of America, after reading melt letters : Fare an .H.11

\f. I)" i't souitMtf you who all :Mi-k: ilwlllliI'r- or CARNIVAL WEEK ,

'. 'n: ire to remain so, making; life a Kunlcn\ for 1 DURING I I

.''Is 1 when a euro is easily ami iiU'Xiii} >ivHy n Isim: AFTIUNOONNnv Is

link it \vouM 1 pay to drop some of your olj i DRINI( nun nDPM'Q U DAY i I All rinldren will bt Admitted Free. I i \i iatluWIFI

'I( .villa 1':. I'inliliam's Veju-talil Coiiipoiiiul .
1 the doctors: for rnr ? u1ely'the lAinrumciiid.of 1'
the Coinifiund has cuit-d, 1l :
whom I ,
in'n. IIEU61( The under"j ned taketliir method ; CIS Y HWI L PILLS I
her erTice; as u !
of this medicine! and rfmeiiiU-r that these cures : (> A fOTiTO lonDER I jf sfferiiiK;
constantly\ iirinteil in thin WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. : f1r-t- h-s !lie P it-i-d midwIfe. having ,Sly. I .' \1 n \\ho ,! letter :HV to. :Mii-li; ) 11 w.ll.!! HId.-. "iiniiu1, butter had 33; ( xperieuce, / t.,. ,1 r- ftutItn71-l,'% fr.M.LlMl
.J it aUnit\ 1.y "bonu-tliin eta', but liy Lydia C:. anti er ui. "!' III;'Ii. ml I"\ .it with a'' Vu tni h' A","-da. (1/1, l.. g'nl in */'".. r 1'' Can give bpt of references from ( 'W't .JI.---I''' M.i1. '".<"I.1.1..Li> ."A..oth.r toiM.. It**-.'....*. I II
for ( L'
t.'t_ ('tllnplllttd, the gI'latrllmm': J'IIl.tly: furl 1.11( iiuit'-( c'iilu\: ) tb'III'"t, ill apa ,r iitir.l'ii, or< ..j? ,11J"I" nl iniail'ilyf, Uadin physioiap;; of the city I .\ -\<; "'..,i_''. r"..ii. *kui;..r lltutun. -i. .reef'e..a.. Imlt-
ia flood M. OII JKN- I ... .. .* l>. '...", .U f
[ bits nod forciUirouuh : WMli-Kibhon Kfm 'dvwillcureordpstroy II MKS. >! If. miIW'tm. % .| ... .
: >try .," ,
rewarded v h. .d..d. 'ot .u-b rK
'I nfustto ;accept anything else are sized ruses made like a deep lorder. I be 11I..t'I""d mipetite for nlcotiuli confirmednihrlatf .tlmuantrlhether jltf 111 South DeVillitrs tit: I _tt..\,_, j,I '*4'. n Krlirf all. I.I' ....".. '* .. a '61 So' b, ? y
)III'1'a]l the patent li ft ., .. m'lrHM'a.
.1 1 fur tlu-v net what they Wlllt-Il cure inside and !!, -- -- r, lrrDi .
< >, Mrsvi'i..t Tour the creamed mixture II'I 1\ tlpplfr, Bocial drinker or \ bt 'rI .It.! >; ,n.r. rnu.A. 14CHOICEST \ I
: ;1' ine you: ).lIon is the IV: ::.t. Write to sit in the oven for a few minutes to ''dr nuikiird.: for Imp nlculiptio,o"iblf (or liquor anyone alter to hiivi"usiugVbite anlipctite II NOTICJ-;, h_--- -.- -- f f I II !

\ :" brown delicately. t ; i: i ib
alliw the potato to \ UiliOon Itrnlydy.nilor. 'I I have been authoiized to takt: I Ii
nri.'inil letter an.11i;:uaturn o' before sending -I' JI'r!! ofV.. IX<< T. t' JI
r. '-CF FIT I p f rhuih! Ir..lurl' the .. Garnish with parsley Ito by for Wm. Jpnnin s ,
.01 ; ..oI.ldit I',;.! pi.ii.. It. ,tb.dntrruui.' ue '. \ .. Mere, urefisiUpcriiiift'K-nt; : ot Wo- subscriptions \
i. ;
4 ., : t I.jilii i:. l'i,1..h"lII Sli-dicino Co.,, :sla.e.'es the taMGoo.l ilousekctpng. 1''r ni\n'" (Chrlstliin Tmpt>raBcf 1'nionVn- Ufyau's; : papGi "The Comm,, er. I i ii
I! --- l II itra. l'nllturlUIl.Hlll',:: -I liave tested The price is fl O0 per year in ad< I -oF- t
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h __ I 1 Hibbou lU'iiiedy on very oti-tinati' \ ,;
1'uunil.-- I Vhite vance. Thn-e deeirin; the papercan I i iI
A I'int in Chappelle. : Ileinf the 'I[a many cases 1l'.Iemldv given w.1 have it eiit to by : f fRml AND tij m1mKlR1'
I'h: POI' today r. I The iiuvkv in v.ikry who pins hoi I. my hired: girl I left and I hat, Ito 'retlr. I cheerfully rivummvnj and morfe fl.OOto the underpinned.H.M.RdciiE.i; .

,1'1 Tin-ii.!! in i>ma .. I failli iiiion;) tLv! i -iiiM-y; of the ..!d Unit io my kitchen work aaiin.:: i 1 w.taken .: I[our I'nt'in Whit-nrpUeiightrd KihlKiii Il.'midr to find Member anv thai I piui's :t I'< -.iliul tin' I luck-ii-hr.1 : u in uur trlllprr- Care Dilly News. \
!1.-Xt' ''l> him: an:. '< Viit| et : I with my old iroulilc ; tivittmt-nl to aid I, 1
:a t'I. 'ne ovN \viiok'vi.tM!" will: Miiuctiiue:; ways a honsekccier. Acting (ill a MItresttun ::- I nct-, wurk." APOSTLE'S : !I i
bv mail.! >l.; Trial package 1
.', dailiII liirtl: the siijini; I."th,U'.ihcT n-liabk-! i ill Laud; Iioil>ekee|>iln. I !1..1'' Uruggtcor:

( I ., ;\1 I,..I1 ] ii: A pint of ;,:liiuulatctl sugar: for iu I the I! cool: rtev<- iietetl'd :ilinit 11'?... t'r.el lIy secretary writing Mrs.of A.a M Woman's Townsend Christ'for : ? PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM : 14 East! Gtniiient St., : J !

'.1< I :. i I'ii-. st'n.;>. wimbs but fouruvn oirK-C iiubes Ity l iMittinu l.i'-l: uiu'er' tI'!> 1 years ian Temperance Union', 218 Tremont y Chanel and. bi '.<. u.e.. *has i; : I .t L RestaurantKtau4 f ;
tbrcl'- Prult Arc fr Urd'
'I V'. !.I> ,!11 in i, iii.U n pint of bulti-r or laid only less. Thi: ali-ilislifd! the! "\tot.pi:'--' p-''!i- :' it., Boston Mass. told in Prasacola by Never' Fai' 'o : ;.o"coYo".Y Formerly va f I ito

I.' ':.:lft I I 'lu'rt.I's ..f ui oiinix1! monA pint olI5 lull[ iind !I'.tl to apply ilif .IB.; ., !- Haunah Bros., 215. 1..I/IuJl "t. I t c11 Cure Hair*<.to-p roe' **..o** i. tiBir ''..'':1- I O-ie cur-loud of 1'iueapplea at $1.75 n t
: i> .v :JIB: Lere !( ur i..i .s' J with mt siftiujr fete;:li-; ': form to the !'ilt \. 'Die i rt.slit, in caiind I Aj 4 ,.'idl"' ,.< l
tliU'ii -,)nets and after siftii.j lightly} comfiirt ii!' \\inkvt* iiiut mriculous. .

niisc: uiint-os. the pint of rich milk I Sine-- tl.ei I have lIt >'i;:;:.ti >1 1these DIRKCTOUYKNIGHTS !
weislis; a littltiu! ire than sixtiernumvs. r little points: in lifieen liiticr. nt & CO. ; :
i ind One Wounded. WICKE
sUiuu.iilk is a trine laavior. kltclii'lis, and !in fourteen found!: ; I I
Ni 7.-\Vfcie! play' t
but cream Is lighter; than tillicr.: sink and store just eiuiufh tim l"\v turwjiiiro OF PYTHIAh I I f

!i-rp James Danforth. 11:1) in ;;:::11 earl, \>{ uiJorsized } : :
an :: s.iitii

\o,, '.i"' -!.am.::lentaly! another! shot negro aul l The physical The Ate liautyf: of ller.uly.wiuncn should ;I woimu. The tuoral is O'.AJIHInirrtrnplnted : ,- l'en"acola Lodge meete every, No. 3 Monday, K, of 1"evca.. Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter, j j ::1; 7 i iII

'.I::.1iig: mar.J List until they lire past fifty. Nor iliH-s d ; Go", ". ing at;:tu at Cattle Hal I I :

Ll'al1l.l'l'adJ. its zenith! under the asif ; ;' I. in nuI'1ngthird the Blonnt floor.Wetlott No. i South Palafox Street. j '
Army Officer Dead. tUirty-livi- forty. i Can-taut Visiting brethren corflUMj I

N' .\ 7.: Cartain Osnt The oM! saying about sweet sixteen I !The following: method of cleaning has welcomed H. A. LEE, All Kinds oi Plambinj and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand ITELKPHONK tjll I i : i

Stares army, who war. is exploded by the truer knowk-dp! I II lieen proved excellent: Dip a piece of 'C. H. HOR8LER U. L I set '. '"W HrOIA) Fit* I t! I .
.- ::s dead at ts! home that the highest: K-auty dull-s nut dwell : tlunncl In vinegar and then in patpowdtr <> K. K.4 8. r 1 II ;
\ t. from heart dlseiue. I for dues nut -- !
beauty -
lu immaturity .
rub well and afterward polish ---- --- I

menu alone the fashion (.f form amlj' with a leather. This trcatrntiat is very SALE 7 DAYS AT = : ti I ;
'I lie N orsl t'llrlll. coloring:: as found iu a wax n dull. A' successful with discolored cggsnoons; I SPECIAL FOE

i--! the woman's best and richest years an : .
ire singing praise: and saltspoons.
from twenty-six to forty. No woman I I I 11 ;
t new discovery which II F. E. BRAWNER'S I
K well Is passe at an earlier day. I '
: many sick people HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. j ,

w *I. i p""pie strong by digesting Cot Year Hlnnkett, P. H. Duffy of Ashley III writes: ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. I : ; I
W -' th" stomach and by bought to cut them In two and bind! Cure I I, 1 i
two bottle of Foley's Kidney 1 t I
III,:' their food into the the edges for In washing It is mud: and it has helped me more than any 47 L dies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- 78 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I I 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel'3 t t't'i i

i url. rich red blood that easier to cleanse one and then the other medicine. I tried many advertised '; ]Day Skirts worth 11.50, special sale !suits all wool worth $3, special ale Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. epec 1 ; I r

1y"u, feel good all over. Mrs. other rather than the two at once In remedies, but none of them 98c each. 11.98 suit. I ial $I ; drawemo match, in White, I t I I -

;", ',"t Troy, I. T., writes : For the same tub. Then too. there are gave me any relief. My druggist 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Remember we carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors. 1" !
;i..r .,t years I was troubled times when only one blanket is needed recommended Foley's Kidney Cure II ]Day Skirts guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age at We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk ; f (
'II' Juejstion: and dyspepsia: on the bed, and it Is easier! to hare n) and it baa cured me. Before commencing .worth $4 special sale 2.43 each. prices to suit everybody. Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; special r 1 f ;' :
its ue I was in such a 1 60 Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our Show Wiudow for I to close $1.20 each. i 1 .I : J t j
row into the form the
worst than to handle .
single to use I : I
I. one that I could hardly get up I.I I. on Ladies' Underwear.We 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed v !
ally' I was: induced to use Kodo'! shape Worsted Skirts, worth $1.60, special prices I
double ones only using half.A Ladies'Flannel and Fleeced Lined Undershirts : I
D'Alem of r
I tfttr wing four bottle I am en I, when once down. W. A. I sale 9c each. carry a swell line C I
,-ured. I heartily recommend berte 121 R. Palafox St. I 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured and Silk:! Waists at prices so 25c; drawers to match. 'I ,. :i
h : t* all suffers from indigestion Knlckknack: Bmkrt. I Skirts, worth $2 50 to $6, special everybody can wear one. 24 doz. Boy'a and Girl'a Gray and a; !
Neck Red All Wool Undershirts GOc : : }
for knickknacks French at
: A serviceable receptacle 70 dozMen's Heavy ; I'
V'pepsia. Take a dose after I sale $1.9B to $4.98 I ;
ll- It digests what eat or an annex to a workbasket .o=GOLAYGrist =Qt Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; drawers to match. i J (
rl you We carry a full line of Ladles', i 1{
'T staining drawers to match.
> by painting or each. You will save
to 13
I'faartnacy, John Shepard may be provided 11.43 j.'1 I.
Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes f
'I t) before 60 doz Men's Fleeced I I I
i.n.t.Kahn.: a chip or willow basket, lining It ; and Corn Meal raiUs money by looking at ours
worth hoc, epecial 35c ; that we can save you 23c on. J _
with silk or satin padded with wool in buying. Remember-We a full lineof I

OABTORXA. which pockets if desired may be Inserted. .. F. COpZAItEZ & CO., Prop i, 24 Boys' Overcoats double., heavy, at 11.50 drawers 30 dos to Men's match.All Wool Red Under Men's Clothing Bongnt carry at 60c on i
$5, worth nearly '
&"eta itl Knd, Tyu Ha.e A'aars' :3::;II Now add a fringe to upper and M nnf etcrer, to 49 Boys'; Double-Breasted 2 piece shirts worth $I. special 75c; drawersto dollar. We will close them out at t :.j t
Ed=(yro lower edge interlace the body with match. I j >j price off other merchants. .
; I CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND suit, worth (1.50, special 98c suit. PUt ; t
ands of particolored ribbon, adding : STOCK FEED. t I IDon't

here and there a bow.Foley's Home Industry, for there henry at Ours. Remember the Place '
: Fttronlie Blankets and Comforts Until you Look ; .
raalol1YoU should buy your Meet and Buy
ff you{ want a good Bed- tt
Honey and Tar for coughs Stock Feed from the Home lIanufacturer,

stearl or a nice Crib for the and colds ; reliable tried and tested, tor Year to doing money you U encourage left ID the borne eommnultj Indni- F. E. BRKlAlNER'S
and you In tarn are indirectly benefltwLInfoiterlnf ,
baby, go to Marston safe and sure. W. A. D'Alemberte,, the home manufacturer jot
121 B. Palafox St. IIOnUlbute to the caule or labor. Ton owe 105 SOUTH PALAFOX 8TKEET.=gg<5
'.!ltana's. It to theoommonlty whtch you lire mat 0=3=
ASK HIM FOR A which eontrlbatei to four inpport.

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AI '. __, '.. S AMUST! For colds coughs bron
NEW HOTEL zs2sz s ;; chitis. We have been sayIng
KBtered: at the Post Office at Fensacola, :
yi....iecona-cla matter ,I: "THE AUCTIONEER." this for 60 years. Lwft* 100%

"HiC.I'IWI! Buildiiig.!: ill}* Houth -
?4l fox street Up-Italn. L
A plan is on foot to erect a big 60- : .

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. room hotel on a prominent comer David Warfleld, whose great success KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ

: in "The Auctioneer" was! one of :
lot Palafox The
on street. owner ofi I During Angu-t 1't! .
in Advance. i \f
i : Invariably the lot and the who said he I! the theatrical sensations of last season Pensacola! Lodge No. 3, K. of P, Will make regular trips between ; the death claimj j< till' .
pile Year by Mall .. .... ..- ... ..._. ..K 00 New York, to the .I
? SUMoDtbi .. .... ..._ ... ..... ......... :Z 50 would build the big house are not In j in comes opera re ular meeting:\londay night, >and ov. Pensacola, Point Washington and 11[ I I States and Can,,d. i .. : \. ,.
OB Week by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 house tonight. Warfleld played 1211 j I !0, at 7:30 o'clock. Initiations Freeport. Leave Baylen street 11 t i ble L fe. AssuraiK _
the city at present, but will be here performances in New York last other very important business. Members I l' '
tdrtrtisirg Fates Furnished on applicationPEHSAOOIA I of sister lodges and visiting wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive {1 paid within one dt, : .: ,
winter and each time to the absolute
next Thursday and will then decide brethren are cordially invite: to attend at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day, proof.

I whether or not the building will be capacity of the house. The piece is Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m..: I
UNION' L I designated as a charac er-comedy. H. A. LEE, C. C. and arrive Pensacola 6 p. m. same! I And during no 111<.!"rt, ;, "i IJ..
erected.It .
Of first importance in connection H. HORSLER. K. R.8.A day. Fare round trip Jo; one way 13.I I year has the pl'I'H'IIi, I _. 1.1, .
t v. was stated yesterday by a party with the Warfield attraction is the THOS. CONDON, Captain. below JS%.

1902 that the possible builder will im announcement that the star appears I' Startling Surprise 8olm I This excel* tl.! .
'i iI NOV 8, i Very few could believe In looking ; ItI
1+ prove his valuable real estate by under the personal direction of at A. ;1'. Hoadlpy, a healthy, robust A \l.lentttack ol Croup Cured great record. It t h t-

Y SOUTHWARD the star of empire placing thereon the hotel and leasing David Belasco, whose skill in stage I blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for Last winter an infant child of f'I' been approached bj t' :'
| production is so well known and ten years he suffered Such tortures mine had croup !in a violent form,"
} wends its way. it to a local manager, to whom the I few could Christ pang
[ whose contributions to the success from Rheumatism as endure says Elder John W. Rigers, a
t --- -- proposition was submitted and ac- ful of "The Auctioneer" i and live. But a wonderful ian Evangelist, of Filley, Mo. "I: I "Strongest in the \\ I '
11 THE weather man must have presentation
_ change followed his taking Electric gave her a few doses of Chamber
f jyE : t opened a can labeled August by cepted. practically gave It its immense suc Bitters. "Two bottles wholly cured lain's Cough Remedy and in a short i: THE EQUITA15LF'I IANCE ., .,

.#, mistake. The building will be a modernone cess. me," he writes, "and I have not felta time all danger was pat and the: Ntt'll I !! r'; ,
-- twinge in over a year." They child recovered." This remedy not
OF THE [Mil: II )I-
i tli THE "hello" girls call us up very costing at least 50.000, it is regulate the Kidneys, purify the only cures croup, but when givenas : I I

sweetly-wonder if some one has not rumored and its early constructionis ; QUINLAN & WALL MINSTRELS i blood and cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia soon as the first symptoms appear, --
i Nervousness improve digestion ; will prevent the attack. It containsno : I
r told them we are a millionaire? earnestly hoped for. I and give perfect health. Try 1 opium or other harmful ub5tanceand OOWLES unO'I /.,

t More definite information will be The Quinhn& Wall Imperial MIn 1 them. Only 50 cents at W. A. may be given as confidently to' i
Fouit days have passed since the steel, that are playing to packed D'Alemberte's drug store 121 S. pal-I a baby as to an adult. For sale ball 1'i I General .1'-
election but the socialist ticket of given next week. i j afox street.; druggistsaud medicine dealer 309 8. Palafox
st. !l'-\
a hou-es every wheie,are dated for the ;j ,
Escambia, county ha3 not yet been ,
I 3 : found. To the I'll blie, ( l'enncola opera house, Monday !1! CALL FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER; Fresh Buttermilk, 5c. n ---

tl; --_- Allow me to say a few worJs in nubt. The First Part, the creation ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PURE. glass, at Solomon's. I

% THE paragraph writer is rapidly praise Chamberlain's Cough Rem i of Dan Qainlan: is way beyond anything Carolina Portland

evolving; into a sentence writer and edy. I had a very severe con-'h and of the kind heretofore pro- .
: r t I for some of his sentences deserves cold and feared I would get pneu- duced. It means something. Its ;.I 'rV"J' Vrial rv1\J'rN"J.

l to beseittciictd. I monia, but after taking; the second'ose :' very name, "A Reception to the! "' A__' __ ____ ,__ ; Cement C
; : ? -- d of this medicine I felt better, I Diplomatic Legion," calls to mind ) '

;- 1.41: 41 IT seem difficult for some of those; three bottles of it cured my cold and the" capital of our nation and her : '
t 7g c Jacksonville politiciuis to makeup I $ $ FallAnnouncement$ BIRMINGHAM j .A
I I the pains in my chest disappeared : patriotic !glories. As the curtain |
+ ; T their minds whether! \' want to b :1 :
? r1 ;:
,, ei.tirely. I am most rpsp ctfullyvours gees up, Pennsylvania Avenue, a '

senators or governors. I, for health. IlAU'ir;. MEEKS: perfect picture, presents itelf. In t Block-"fall Hi_ -
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has the (U fhirt\-"evPllth M., Wheeliu-r: W.Va. the i j is heard fifes and drums i o'ui 1'ortlind Ct-iii. I,'
\I'AstltsrTOScounty i
I I ques. For sale: by all druggists and :$1 "
V playing "Dixie" and the sound of =.- > airman :,::fours, <
electj tiifcdicme: dealer-. I 1 land ('a- Kin N
input :
__ u._ ;,! hand masse It comes nearer and : ,
.; PU"tt'r, Itusfiidjlc (
X51 the next state legislature. i i! nearer, uutil the paraders: pass down --- : : Norfolk. Port-nn

A PERIOD OF 1 1'enn-ylvania Avenue, forty odd in Hiiv iiuiah, Jack..ant,,

7 N i '| number. Ths transformation occurs, ": WE are now ready with our New I Mob.Ic, New Ork.ll-
+. e, ;' Weilo; make =hi;'un : '-
3 1L.1 1;! 4 t ;n i LATE TRAINS displaying marvelous cloud effects a FALL AND WINTER STOCK, I Millwherever i we .:
-, i i The Capitol building, the monument ,I frnt.htrate.! Hille"tli I .
a : "' !1 etc., appears. The band passes !' i the largest, handsomest and most > "Alabama" and ":-i..i'> ..
'$ ', ; through the rotunda of the Capitol, ( \ Brand," Portland ('S.":
Every incoming passenger \ in West Florida. lia Hydraulic N
complete am
i Diplomats of the
.') ; i state."J: was from one to three: hours late yesterday I accompanying made near liirmiii U.:.
i different nation and the Sons ofIomus j 1
for Man and
1 ;% n : 1 and the delays are attribut-' Everything Boy, and
4 I \ of
; the different countries. I Correspondence Solicited
a ; .
+ ed to the heavy business now being; The] rays of ;5,0l)0 incandescent bulbs i the kind of merchandise that holds i :

+t ,, c..I t handled by the railroad company. I besides calcium effect nuke the : ; your friendship after :you have made I} Save by t ; i iyour

-'Y:1;. r' a Train No. 3 arrived an hour late; scene a dazzling array of grandeur.I i your purchases. Money : :
v Dan Quiulan America's greatest interlocutor !' 1 y ;
i No. 1, one hour and thirty minute;
N ; I arrives and the big First i i i If you have been experimenting ture at Marston c' <.>.< > .I
Tl '.I I I IMt I No. 22, three hours, and 5+,. 2, forty-'; Part is on ij i I ;
t i with various kinds of Great Furniture j' '
; ,
Clothing '
t OUR: esteemed contemporary, the i I five minutes. Train :\0.3, due at 5j -- -- I, sup- (

r Journal, oiler* to pay the wedding a.m", arrived nearly two hours late {: Link In Thirteen.I ; pose you try OURS for a change. You rium. '
I I sending 15: miles Win. !
l @ Itjr; expenses of any couple wno will today. Trains from the east are dpliyed 1! of Walton Furnace; Vt, got a ofRuckleu's '' ; will find that the change will do you i -
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:* i marry during Lila week.: There area on account of orange; and lumr Arnica Halve, that holly good. We such well-known STEAMER LINE SCHEDli L r rktween
few of its debarred from this oil st I i cured a horrible tcver bore on hi- '' carry

r. would who would but reverse appreciate its offer greatly and standt' it :it her shipment*.__ i iI |jj cures Ie!> :Bruise\othingt'I"e Felons could." Ulcer Positively., Erup- i 5 Clothes as Fechheimer, Fishel, Hart, :I IVnhac'i'la and 'lii''

I MHKU.Ui; OH'I.K.; ';lions, H'tils, Burn*, Corns and PIP! Schaffner & Marx and Samuel W. ;
good for the divorce. 1 .
(Only 25e. Guaranteed byV.. A. KuriN Uaiy I \ri'H ODI, <
cl / I I The undersigned; will >ei\e a free D'Alf j .mberte, druggist, 121 S. Pala : Peck. :?
3 ..4J'inr THE Polk county farmers are a (I sample of Chamberlain's r-\tow self fox street. ; "CITY OF TA. u'nStntnv \
lot and are to be 1 and Liver Tablpt- to anyone wanting HATS--We know want :
progressive con I ; a reliable remedy for disorders I you some- -niiiii LtI'. ,i.

p + ; at ,'con-'stipatiou.F 1 i ; : AN I j ACCIDENT :;: ; thing up to date If such is the case, i -a trl'euptola.Ynm J'aro'. : : : Koun Ar tup Me I! .

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M, I : ; we are prepared to serve you with : --

r< :' counties would follow would mean I <;. :' IN L & N. YARDS the best the market affords, such as : JEWELER\ IN HIS

w ) the saving of many products of the r
Dunlaps Stetsons Young Bros. and
; farm whu-h now go to waste.EnmmT. LONE SAILORMEN '

S; + t 1 I Last evening while working undera ; many others. : C NEW STAND
t ,
Mcl.eath says: lu his q

eta s bright educational journal, which,I ARE TAKEN IN cabooe in the Louisville & Nashville SHOES-We have Hanan, Cros- I

dv ; by the way, should be on every i iteacher' I yards: Nanny Gonzalez a car : :-. : sett and Douglas. What three makes 12J(T have South moved Palaf my.x.j"\\f.','
i} a desk;, that the State: : Teachr.1 .
I Four out of live sailors I better known pied by class & C n.,
t: j ers' Association will meet this year who lit out company are in this country? better prepared than

tt; .. {, .i at Orlando, and the special feature from the German steamer Horta last (| i great bargains: indian.
Do not fail to
} s will be Dr. E. C. l.raiison. To hear Sunder: without giving the notice have been a serious accident. see our beautiful jewelry etc. Call a
i I' The cabtJseIr.. : assortment of Neckwear t let me convince you.J. .
Dr. Uraiisou is a privilege, to know Gonzalez wa engaged Manhattan
required by law: were gathered in I, STrFoiey's
1, '3: him a blessing.-- by Deputy United :States Marshal { iu repairing: was elevated Shirts, Earl & Wilson Collars and ; ar(;: -

# !; 7,1, '\ t* t THK Florida Everglades, says the I ITime5 Wharton this morning about nine I abuvelhetrack on jack: screw at Cuffs, Adler's Gloves, Woolen and :: 'urc

c'i i*.-'I t -r nlon and Citizen, once'classed 1 the time, and while he was under it, Kidney ,
L miles frem town, while they were e : Cotton Underwear, in fact we can nukes kidneys and blad Jcr ':
; : {y : <.il'>
.it tf! ; i as "the largest body of wastelands 'another employe let a car get
:it' eat of the .Miv.i. ippi" i< making their way to put unknown from him on the same track, away with i show you everything up to date for : .:: --

r s now ni-iug; and and! getting rid of their sea legs asj
i ; cine various other Man or Boy EVERYBODY LOOKS
I the result that the caboose wasstruck '
commodities that Und mention in j {hey went. -I
I' an J turned over. : : FOR THE BES1'
+ the maiket the The four
't reports.Caving men who were taken in, I ,
waste" n not entirely confined to the Fortunately for Mr. Gonzalez the '
and who are now in
custody, are:
:P I trusts-the formers also are in it. shock Was; so severe as to throw the Here it i is. fill onCr -
.--. -_.- Carl Hallmanu, steward ; lUndolphAollers I' JOHNurVHITE : .
caboose ou its side, jamming tight -ary. They are d-.iii.!
WE have in Florida hundreds of and Ludwig Schloser, both work that can be turn' '
t the wheels. Had it not been ( ,
of the flurt orIr.
acres peat bog of
extensive -
ordinary seamen; and Karl: Kindle prepared to do any k.', I
p.'; p depth*, which are ulleient i I this: ; :\ UonzaUz would have been
'I a coal trimmer.. The fifth deserter 205-207 S. Plafox Street. : They put oil India nosh >rbet

a-I,,f I' to fuel supply for the whole state with cheap I took warning in time and made his caught beneath the wheel and :e- '--___ _' _v__,,__ __. _,, on the market, /tl!> -'
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generations come. :\ow.1 riouy! injured:: a* it was, IIP escaped a-< they'! have a full Iii. '

read to what u-e we can put our I escape.Do; -. with a few painful brmes.Alrp rLjn U lv1vl/-+ } !J 1Jv' ', l'N\ } tir..- in tock.Dp" ,
t f peat: An inventor aId chemi-t of ; < your buy; n* I

"i Vineland, N. J., has jut discovered : for little yru want money a magnificent? If sn, call watch OL | Amid Flame inn! ? Tl-evcan mukf it '
Their price+, too, ain r> i-'
t% { a cheap process by which peat can : Stephenthe jewtler.: He will ac JJreakin) ; into a hissing home, '1ome thy hive ample capn it t ,

t >. be converted into fuel briquette far I I's 7 ; firemen lately: I draped theleeping .Swansdown Flour. a first-cla-.s carn'I;{e F,',.
,' g. below the cot of muting coal. By ; inma'e* from death. Fancied repairing husins1 1, ,',

%;.l! the mixture of a chemical at a !security an J death near. It' call on them.
-i! HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER. (scales repaired.FI .
1 inal cost, the peat is by twm-I that; way when you neglect c 'uh-i '
I Eruptions and col.i Don't do it. Dr. Kin;.(- 't'i/ i: .v .
1t ventor's process made: into fuel briquette Now: IJi-covtry fear Con.-amption 1 Fleishmann's I Yeast and Swansdown Flour will i li; E tot {j il !

} + *. which last four times longer ;1; Dry, tnoi;t, scaly tetter, all forms '!| :L'ivt"j jj + pertectrtntection against all make the best bread that Phone 57.
than coal givu of twice the intensity ; ; Throat, Che-t and Lund; Trnube! can be produced.
t and leave less ashes than j of eczema or slit rheum, pimples :,, ]Keep it near, and avoid sufI.-rink.

i, I t does coil. He a""erts and ba de- I and other cutiTomis: emotions! 1 death, stud doctor's bili'! A t,.dI a-S \\'E ARE AGENTS; ; FOR UOTII./ FINE STATIONEDPalufox .
f l'? proIt.'t.d I spoonful; *top* a late cough l'\Pr.l ist-
morstrati'd: th it he C1Il! produce from from huumiN, uhi-i ;nhi ritoil, I Put u->e tIP, most stubborn. Harm- {OUR FRESHLY PARCHED
.1 ; ; peat fuel illuminating gas; of a or acquired thiMi'h: defectne digt'sti !eaiJ taco 1's-tins. it'- euarantfpl c. \- Ttorn'I::
to a'iif\ l>fV.. A. D'Alemhprte. HAS: NO L'jrVL.\ DONT:
quality and brilliancy Hlj''rior to' i I AIL To MVK 11 A IKIAL.
ii anal a";imIllidti'nia I iS. Pdljfx! trf'pt. Tnct 5oc and $1 1 !: strap', t t-' .

# ''y f that J..rn'.j fr-m coal, uud at To trt'at I Huse! eruptions with i Trial battles free. JAS. ittctlUGH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery. hew e'.. 'r f I 1./ .
+ much! -duc"d co-t. By the uso of -- --- ----- ,
medicines is tL Paper>, w' i: blj.Knvelopes !
chemical-1 I eatcan converted intopaving i I drying lr.r'rc'us. MEAT & MALT has a marvelous Phone 105 14 .ui'1 HI W inn
blacks, which the inventorsays The thin; to do is to take i i dietetic value. \\ hil.! refreshing ancpleaant : '- to flat I'

r are itvp.-r%i.+tis,, to time and I Hood's : : : t.) take, it helps assimilation : also Foreign Ma.I;11..1
wear and can be manufactured much Sarsaoarllla If fo- d. SM: byDANSHENER B. BRUCE 'velopes to matct.. (I' :
i1 I Pills Penh"lderBlulkba"' ; :
cheaper than aty other kind of par and I\ BROS.
i tc. alyayon h.ud.i !
ing block. He al-o makes of peat a thot'ol1hlp'leane; : the Wood, i I AM*. HIM i ou A JlI.f)(.1\S' :r(' Phone 2'H.O.A.SVOT1T.A.

1 Y shingle mant and compo-itiou of a metalic as hard rill; as and ads asHjht expelling all humors and building i i I, Frances' Diplomats Cigars tv r lAing in Hi : iliif( d 1 g AtAhli c kip. i '-

I'' ( a*; aluminum which will compete up the whole sv .tt'iii. They cure :! at SolomcnV- cts : : .

Ao..d'! i >":irt:tGa "'H: I''nnan''mlr i-ur'ii .T. ,, straight Guns Ammunition Bean the Ire t ; .
with the slate roof shinjles. Of G Him"-. Ira-,k>,1.l.:! -n 'z.'ll.a. from wh'b _ __ Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and ,:_

txt Its ':t this kind of material he also makes he hall .ulT..r..f tor some tita..; and 11fAlrina !t' Try one of our celebrated' Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music. rJCkffL t IIdc./u:!

{; t fine bric-a-brac, brackets :Iud other ,,",,(lfOr. Box 212. Al.ona. \Vi-.. of tlim'J//. cjS Felt Mattresses. ': ---_

-; ,l 1E' household oruauien's. Of peat he pies on her face and bark and chafed tin on ,Hunimond' and Other Typewriter*. Typewriter urpliea. All Kinds of ,
her body ly which she had. t b-*>n erestlj They never pack or grow :
has Leek
made building blocks of all colon Repairing, and Key Futinp. All kinds of chn/r
;ti )a' far cheaper than good brick or favor troubled of Hood's There than are can more be nmouials rublisbed. in I lumpy. Better than a hair High-Grade Hammeiless Guns Kept for Kent. Big Supply of Fresh Shells ,rocking chairs at M<> n
I all at Low Pi ices.
h $ building blocks cm be made fromtoC&ber Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to mattress! at half the price. i|] $ Quina's. Prices art >r'j .

f. 1'L material. cure and keeps the promise. | Mar&tcn & Quina. i 16 South Palafox Street. i
.U .;:.3 low.Ir .

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ir IS! DOUBTFUL ia-1
B. H. FAIRCHILD No. cooa. 1-
W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON Cashier; ; 4: i
A HTHIANANNIVERSARY If Local Applications Alone Ever tT EC O Xj 8 T 33 U. 33 PI. S. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; '

Cared a Case of Catarrh.

Most remedies for the treatment of aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a AMERICAN 1 1i

-- catarrh: are in the form of sprays, Inhalers Specialty. i

Lit." No. 13, K. of P., powders, washes or salve, OF PENSACOLA, FLA. I ,.
Dia all purely local Ph-ouo 405.
.1. of its: fifteenth anuiv applications and Designated Depository of the United States.
...." many of them often give temporary -- ;

re. 1, ,.,.' /nt, and the event relief but the reason none of them R. K. WHITE Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2', 1902. : 9
.. remembered in the ever really cure chronic catarrh is RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.
R 1 h

v a- "f. Pensacola.t because catarrh is not a local disease Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler I Time Loans: .. .. ...... ...... ...... ...... .... f346,354: Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... .. .... .... J200.000.00 ,:

'.i'IIm services, which and it cannot be cured simply by and Graduate Optician, Demand Loans...... ...... ...... .. .... .... 119.9 9.i-l Surplus Fund.... ...... .. .. .... .. .... .. .. .. 10,000.00 f ; I
T treating the local symptoms. Overdrafts..... .... .. .... ...... .. ...... .... 538.i-l Undivided Profits.... ...... .... .... .. .. 15256.97 j I t
,,. ". ( .t-tie Hall, were ap- IS South PalafOx St., U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... .. .. .. ..... 21-1,200.87 Rediscounts .... .. ...... .... ... ..... .... 64,071.57 j 'u
r. and were Moreover the more serious:! formsof Stocks, securites, etc.. .. .. .... ..... .... .. 2,625.00 Circulation..... .. .... .. .. .... .... .... .... 12 .OOOro f I }
.r'.. i t impressive catarrh, like catarrh of the stomach Furniture and Fixtures.... ..... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits ...... .. .... .. .... ...... .. .... ...... 5,036,05 I ,
j (1. I. Uiy Mitchell, chan- and catarrh of the bronchial [. R. Stamps.... ...... .... .... ... .. .. ...... 74.86 i ;,
Cash and Exchange..... .. .... ... ... ...... 178,80592, I I #
u Jer. and continued byj tubes, cannot be reached at all by

r. ...t Wolfe, P. C., who.r local applications and the fact that nEWS nOTES -S69,3G4.59- $869,364.59- I i I
1.J: :
-ter of ceremonies. neglected catarrh of the bead very This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give .
soon involves the bronchial tubes, L your business prompt courteous and careful attention.
Will, order of exercises ,. .
1 stomach and liver, demonstratesthat 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. '

a 1 it. the disease is a blood disorder, The Meyer Shoe Company is oiler- i

THE PROGRAMME. a constitutional malady and not at ing a wonderful bargain in their

all a local disease.To .
advertisement today. Be sure
II( II:!... <: 5S5E5SSH5Z52SH5E5H5HSH j ,
really cure catarrh the .GREAT
K.J \1. ]lannelly system I to read it; it will interest you. f :
; must be cleansed from catarrhal I
M'-I r :a have the Htate-Rutherford poison by an internal remedy which j I A meeting of the German club was i icrn5aj

U ill Allen U. C. acts effectively upon the blood and 1 held last night, when Mansfield I

..... t;. 1'1. Cra\ens liver. :i Moreno was elected vice-president. I II FLANNEL WAIST OFFERING t

t- li. Parkhill.... ......P....U... C. The success of a new catarrh ', The next dance of the season will beI I I I J Li. I '

v .- Florence Iltinberg remedy htuart's Catarrh Tablets, is given Tuesday evening.

i r- ... ._. ..... because it drives out of the system, Members of the Escambia: Rifles I

11..r.lIor I-,'oft )L LotLln> (.- ,U.1., P..U.C. through! natural channels, the catarrhal I I wishing to participate in the target I: ri\i5H5E5E5H5E5E5HESSH5H5H5 M P -1g j| H Jj\- ....MONDAY.1 ... i 1 I I ; i +I

Mrs.J. M. Piton : poison and the mucous lining practice to be held at Magnolia

'I i ....... ..... .. of the nose, throat and tracheaare I Bluff tomorrow afternoon, are requested '
71 mJTIITI.LLWOOL I'LAXXKL: WAIsT.s .< .c .1oC .1oC .1oC < ,
tWelles.: t. G. C. freed from the excessive hall atone I ?
mucus at
r the Urtlo" ..... I which collects and causes the Inwk.I I: to meet armory II J Mil t eCel\\ 0 All Colors White and HI \ck. both Plain and Esnbroulpre.i E'fpctto be sold at one- : !
o'clock p. m. third to oue-half I their actual value. This I is an opportunity worth while to at- {
v!rt K. Brow ner I ing, spitting and !gagging, because tend through any kind of weather. .. .. .. .. ,. -our.. ,. b
inext in order, A novel feature of the matinee to i
the excessive secretion is not furnished :
I be the Little Folks Minstrel : \.

.: feature: of the from Catarrh healthy Tablets blood.htuirt's contain given Co.,by Saturday, Nov. 22, will be FUNNEL WAISTS. ( HOSIERY 'itN'IN LL-: #:xHOC'I I BOYS' CLOTHING. : '
._ II ;
;ily eu joyed by i il
that while the proceeds will go to ten llcnxy.orlh Ull.litil. f >r K:h I
| ,
many of the same valuable antiseptics --- -- -- I ISf S cal, all rl/ta { '
1, .nt in the hail not a ticket will be solicited I
charity *
.IT.gTlln'l"ltAII\ 4NfEto : s
used in !sprays: and inhalers, bat I I I I MOTHEll I
.' Clerks' r!liou. for. The play will be solely on its l oiNol I I Marked toRnstuotuul l .IDI I rl'mpmh. i 'hron''-third saving you I ,
instead of being applied to the ins beI I Millie i \ {
made for ''merit*. Children under 12 will tSi., i.t mRk.e"bl'n"Ioln ; your Hoys' .ch"otor J.,
l I"en filmed membranes of the nose and t'' \'! Itre s Huit here EII'lu"l'ah'fF aska I IL
15 cents. Adults: 25 centF.I I IOt1U
i late hour the throat, they are taken into the stom I i charged li- third niori tJoin! our pruvlurestigato

-inoliahtngsuehI ach ana thus reach the blood, the I The especial bargains offered by L t 1 ? Marl: -elf.NCIUUI ( .

real seat and cau-e of the di-eae. ;, W. J. & i>. Forbes in waists, skirts .:: i.II". I iov.v SCHOOL hi'l 1':1...":tc 10 :sa r..uL
I and 3
"II v
Stuart's: Catarrh Tablets are largo, i and wraps and boys' clothing, will :.. f # noYs IMISSsri<.. ..stfUloo.f, HI
;..rdl'eS3., pleasant tasting lozenges, composedof cause a rush to this store Monday L t 3 Mark..dtoaont: n '1"
(. ( '11' ;
tin! arrugeuient Ucd'Gum Hydrastan, Bloodroot, morning. All the waists advertised: 1 actualftiuenlVA ; ",:I,"':r U } x I
.t' .untiring zeal and catarrh: :specifics: and so are to be sold at from one-third to

safe to use that little children suffering :'one-half their actual value. Go I [ /i (VV' 1l ;" ( I ,, ':;! -I'INC::,; WITH "R1-Lt; ANUUUUl) i i !
of the cele-
1-; I MarkfdtORoat; 'Ol| .. ,:. I
t;, 'I\llllf-:- Skirt ami Wrap Yalu.I
'.\ i ,; composed of the from colds take them with same : down early before the biggest bargains LulM.t i *ctuxlav: >D i rr, \\'II'\-u.r..a: !. I'rJcon..v..r'olu\\u! t ,

beneficial results as adult persoos.X : are all sold, I Ii Ij t you 'iivHi' labU ,lt'l til.'in :
." :at Pytlitans. I trace of cocaine or so I i '
opiates :
j Cities: of the South have become SILK WAISTS. h
J i.u 0.1ValshC. common in catarrh medicine, can 1 the CLOTH SKIRTS, $2.50 TO $9.00 :
and as
noted more more years

4 1lIl'beU and Har- I be found in .Stuart's: -Catarrh--Tablets. ;, pas3 for their inagnificient ho*- A few of those beautiful I.J50 h j?=., .. SILK SKIRTS, $5.50 TO $30LADIES'WRAPS i 1

: telries. Pensacola is no exception to and41ui11'alstblrlt.i w'J0 '
The fact that most dis- ases arise : lass-
: $3.75 TO $15! I
J. E. Long, F. from an impure or low condition of j this rule, is the Merchants hotel LAST CALLT I
''ranks as one of the bet appointed
} U.! .U'I..!S.K the blood, is fully proven by Hood's 1
hotels in the South. Capt.: Jacob I '

SHsaparilla.I ; Kryger has expended vast sums: of I W. J. & B. FORBES. $ */ r

SONCORDIA I OUIDADRAMA money in completely remodeling'! $ !
AN! and refitting it, and traveling men I i I }

say its service !Is not exceeded by I ,.
CLUB DAHOEI I hotel in this country. Genial If You Buy! Them a'! the Boston, :'hoe! :Store. They! are Good .

SEEN LAST NIGHT any hospitality can always be found Ii j THE WEDNESDAY/ I I II

I -- :,: there. 'I ))1
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\.... i Ir ,> tl.tlletitit..Lg I I I The attraction at the opera house ;Mother (;ral'a \\evt i'mtilem forChildren I I I
I t t
: room I II\-t: night was a dramatization of --- 1 : t
( iicce.fully used Mother: (.ras. nurse in of the L )ud Fancy Cut and Perfort"d5h'Jt'i: : do not do the Most I ;
'.\ ..f! '..< lve feet. Mme. De la Gwmee's well known tb. Children's Homo in New York. 'urereveristiuegs : The regular weekly meeting
I-I. aub one of novel, Ktrathmore story which is order.,nroveand reeulaf the How" ani: | Wednesday Musical Club was heldon Dignified Way. 1I
testimonials i i it
D troy Woruu. over :)l.,1
the that At nil druiC"l tS. :"IC. the oth at the residence of Mrs.
Jin ..{ halls in characterized by qualities Jim 'rafl.iI. t :
.. Allen rt. ( '
Vlit ; Address 1"\111-1
hive made this gifted writer's books Roy N.It .1. Marion Clutter, when the following Ruth = Beulah $2.00 Shoes : !

as attractive to many readers as i'eetVarnt and Dry. attractive programme wa rendered:
'I:' t "' opening oft Keeps the i I I
Nocturne In li Flat (piano)..
t-I1:1y.:: :\o\. Lath: they are offensive to others. ,i, Ask today for Allen's tnot-Kase.a poa ter.It :
curesChllblalusSwollenNweating.!: Sore : Mrs. Marlon Clutter. i iA i are LidieV Shoe full of the little niettie-J seen only in custom }

.,' rt and dance fort'i The houe was as light as the texture Acbll1!(. Damp feet. At all druggists and :!-- Rose In Heaven (Song) ... ..Trotere hoe-. They lave correct -I ap1; and swinrf. Fteliiij: i : i

of the and while the shoe store, .'Je.I I II Miss I'ernlve >Icbolson.I that will appreciate IluMi! .-ulai'-! -, we a-k that! Ii ; l lI
play: ; performance you you I
:I- I81urkll (piano) ................. ... TalexeyMrs. I
was sutlicieutly creditable I PABST NEW MALT BEER IS THE I kutherford. I call and look at !them.I f, .!

Smith f'
sTt n % .A. if. wa not such as to call for extended Falling Waters(piano) ,

: / J \, i Hard lUars: Bag: .? ______ I II Mrs. ttrawnet. 1 1tace 1', i
comment. 5.- to Face (song) .. .....?... .. Johnson I
.'z.I I IT.SOME Mrs.I'eble ]!Boston Shoe Store ,1

NAVAL !H1OUK& MA UK hi. SPLENDID ;,I The next meeting will be held'I',' .

''." mi fat ion beeri Reported Dally for The New. l>j 1 SCENERY SETS Wednesday, the 12th, at 3:30: p. m"1 \ t !

f ,,( nn the publici Union Naval Stores C,). i with Miss Bernice Nicholson. atm: ;; 117 South Palafox. i I I! j I 1 ;

i that ROSIN. Oadsden street.' k
s-.r every WW ...... ............ ft 13;; H..__..._ ...'e East
vied "Schlitz." VU_._.............. 37.', O..._ ... ._.., -,?. 1 ttl | "The Auctioneer" the famous: i j) A BAD LIVER CURED.A ( ( Ii IiNIGK'8

S __. ... ... ... II t.i K ..._..... ...... ._ 1 f n : Helasco iu which David I Look Out for Fe\er. bid liver i is the cause: of most of !\ idWWvffWd: :
II 01 I Chocolate withWhiI" M ... ..... :t"> E...?.. ..... ... ...... 1 41 production Biliousness and liver disorders at the ill* with which the human: body I

K .._ ... ..?......... 2.V. V..... __............ lib ;.Varfleld will tonight make his inii i this season may be prevented by | sullers. The bet way to overcome :
i d Cream at Soloctnn' ..... .......... : tti Ctbe1Ow... ..... 185 ; tial in Pensacola, comes I I] with DeWitt's I this uncomfortable condition ito ,
appearance cleansing system :
i I (have liver remedy which ;
,rIBITS TU&PINTII'IJ-!: a upon i
-- south this season not only with theprestige ] Little Early Ili-er8. Thee famous | you can depend. HEPATIttltA I I I

of metropolitan approval j little pills do not gripe. They move1the I is the thing which will give you II..

:4a. .O. .'rw""... ..1.1000tiN1... bowel gently but copiously and j! great dt'1l1nf 1 pleasure from itu,. l
but with solid car of ,scenery and :, |, and sppedily restore you to health II I Ii
f: L.' ;:'alies. u< Single and Double .*. Collar Pads J [ by reason of the tonic properties, j I'I i Mr. Ja*. T. McNiir! of pcniacnl.1 'i \ ,
appointments. i give tone and strength to the Irla"=. Fla ays: have had -HUP 'rouble

These uia ive and effective sets Harg-i, Pharmacy, Johnhtrp"l[ '; with my liver for about u year and :,

8 ", ns. Buggy and Wagon Harness. Riding : arc handled by the company's own riidney Kahn. '| a half. I have tried a good many' :
kinds of medicine, al-o! jih> -rjuu- I
: {Y ---=-- : stage cirpenters and machinists ; 'II' ', treatment but found IIi" rt-lid until '

: ;.\. s. \ Saddles. 5 I I took HKl'ATKTIiV b..ttll'l l 11i k
local assured :!'SD
and playgoers rmy : ,' :
and THE WEATHER his ?o ouch itiif-ro/ ed nx- 1
: > Baggies Wagons : i I
s of seeing at the opera house tonight : have gibed even pound in we tit' DAILY MENUS : ,. I '
! 4 INSTALMENT ( Saddle S in three week My app titp i j- :!nod .: t ,
New YOlk attraction, ,
a conspicuous ; aid that bad taste I had :MI my j I
i ....OR CASH.... 6 : t Cr mpri-t' all th Up-to- I.i
\ TO-DAY : :
from which the gloss and glitterof mollify! is all gone :Sold by all drutig1ts. ;' | !
: ": Date Dnhns the/ Mark i
Blankets ; b1
''OJ. 1I
i gay Broadway has by no means I .
: BEERSREP08ITORY -- 1. ts of the WI/rid.q. :: .
been worn. 1P.I Afford. i =
; \, 50511 S. Palilox! St. y spurs, i Local t'ort'CIt'ltir tonight and !'!,II1- Hot Rolls at 5 p m lOc. i
.__ _. ,; 9 \\'hiliil "rt' !1-4 life her; U hoses day; IIgbt variable winds. doz., at Solomon's. ; 1 i
VA A > s. As A- S ,
t ___ _____ _. ,I _1iii'3 1 t i !
I WAS It1licted with citarrb ; could I
rr ,, ..:- ,< Extra Shafts! and Poles Harness | neither taste nor smell and could i Temperature in Last 24 Hour: CALL FOR PABST NEW MALT BEErI- |, Ladies' Private t

. Maximum.... ._.... ... '1"Krl't' ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PURE.Hot i iI I ....
hair but little. Ely's Cream Balm I Minimum ................ .... .. ;.,drti; .b I
.. For Buggies and Wagons. Parts cored it Marcos G. 6lmutz, Rai.- Dining arlor.fc.< :: i :
Rolls, at 5 P. w., ICc.a i
WIV.S.J. I. '
--- Temperature Elsewhere :
10 : doz. Sclomon's.rtIC,11IF'y .
CKKAM HAIM reached me eafrly ,
Low Prices! Easy Terms Ci"' All Ml! .d! the, ,tf-c-t Mc III Max. )In. .' -- I : I' I
9 ui urprisiun.' Atlanta ... .. ... 6"- :,: j I
-i>'> the flr- t apphcati give dtpid1 Bi'inHri-e! .. .. 44 I' I : $ALI: I 3= Regular Dinner Oaily. I r I IL1
pfd i'
.- ......*4o C..3si.OS***e.5CJ> *.**** r. I ef. Rfpecifullv Mrs., CblC.1O. .... ".' 4= I' p.. |-... ?- .. .. .I ,1 I. fI
.. .. .. __
t'ttieinuntt.! > rt : .
Frank'lII Freeman, D.ivnr, N. H GetvaIuu-...._ .. .. .: < 1"i ': 1'ranit 'Ii I.'"iP, :IIi 1 1I I. j" ,
I lie. B filth I does nf>t irri'ate or cause Huron ... ;... .w > -1. Ii: ,. !< .1.1..>i. .1.1, 1 ill 1..It' 1
f 1 J' 'tl> IB* r: hi 't'in.I 'th' 'sole. P r
,-iipfznu' Sold by dru liu nt 50ctsr JacksobvtittKansas ... ., ,, : up'I) 1iIIa .
II'"Utl.J \ r. mown i ..
IIi: \II.;\ VIMIKS: rot ", Warren lit\ 1. I .. ., t t..!-.I. :; : ','
-> huilbd liy Ely IJrotner- t} .. tlt X t' 1 i |' t 1 i i '1 rt 1>U ./' .X'tiit in iO : \) ( h .
Key West '1 : ... .. .
'" tn> q ..t. "l')d r I.r cash at' -tA ,
u': T
New York. .. .. ', :
St. Memphis .. .. ): I
., .,. '
.. .. < i v i.j' rt 1111." n: :if 1.5 '
E MrbileMontgomry 4 54 I' .. I.t I.
-CHOOL. BOOKS u11-r. iii i a..NA ri' m'M r'd.' < t.i K
.. .. .._ 7* i>tNew '
Cleaning ladies !skirts and watib Orleans ..... ...... 7* II::! I I t'i- besotbourtula..un. lvl.11t> t't! ,,.. '' "nntJlnl, ( (;(,0'1 to t Itl f 11 '
I ll<*) "I Kt-ti'nilicr. 1> 1": :h> .11.) gI > 'u wcti )OU',1 I.;,4 .1 kl ,I ; i iI
, of '-r specialties. *tar Lanii- wVork; ... .. .. :/; 4H .. .' .
I is one: ( Krcn.ub: ouritv. :titl.I'.f >
U .and in
I rtrfeciib ?
: -H: i.ARuFsr: l'OCK EVER BCOVJUT TO PEXSA- ,. savannah ... .. .___ ..... .*; W i I Jo1..qj. tt,.,. ,' : bur l-rtHHl |1""t I !
... .
iry. _-- I I St. Louis: i"; 44Sarlling i Is ta lo : ddasfow.: U.I torlo.uby Nick Apostb's al
COLA: AND AT LOW PRICE I --- 1 1'i Urbr.nh.ielluhuntneOUIII%' ti ijuarI I ,
RefrigeratorsVe \\Ve hare a j I But True. I t..r u>i .. liu-. of ."ctll':!. Hi'r,, ... .,. lovtokaip !
i". \,,..I', n..I Hi.rt) -t, on Ibe Popular Restaurant. : 1
.OEM few left which we will sell I "I( every one knew what a grand .....t t) tutriuut ut say of II"! Luui-viile |' i
BOOK STORE. .t'l '. ,
medicine Dr. King's N'w Life, PilU >a'h"llliR..lroa at cost. ,,1Iarstong Qitina.S. i iI i Is," writes D. H. Turner. Dempsty- l riEhtoIa> of the AlgtT--Ji.U\aii: Lo Ral \ ,
: nali'
way, coaiiticibit four Hi &crtf more 01 ,i
i ...'nf .. Etc. I town, Pa.. 'ol1'd sell all you have '., the said lands lying and blog ic the I'I'.e i L
School Suppl.eFab! t-. Pencil Penholders DISTRIBUTOR JUvJ1tJ'd I ) MV1// )
: A. FRIEDMAN IS in a day. Two week u;e has madea NE ', Of the \V4 ofw.tioni5, lamn-: .' ;
FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER-THE new man of me." Infallible forcoiietipdtion ,Lip u) North. K thirty 'i.7)i west togetherwrb I II 3 h
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY.CURS. PUREST MADE.Frances'. stomach and liver I 'tan letled but.upou atac t!>>>eon property; laid pn 01 pvrtybvio the I It I -

troubles 25s at W. A. D'AIeinberte'- t ii,,(.-ndant W. fc. riro' n satisfy said cmuiiau 1 Watch your corks; sep-
Diplomats Ci- drug store, 121 H. Paiafox street. .: and cuts _
GEO. E. rr
gars at Solomon's-10 cts -- bberiffot K'catutla eunnl SMITH) rid. than they art r ancled t
its SOUTH IMLATOX Force at Solomon's nhuarlsa 1lA'chlitz.v
9rUEET. j i straight. i I I i Try I

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Mrs. L&.ura S. Webb, II I I CUPID'S SUMMER[ SCHOOL[1 that Eden.barren ra Eer sands face wnicn into a transformedthe garden of 'I Age

Half an hour later Janet gatheredup I
Vicc President of Women's Democratic dubs of Northern Ohio. -- the
handed them to I
: iro-r _->,' i'' I .. S S M..,!ure' her looks and r
_'_. radiant Tommy.
IIEKE ARE MANY the' change of life which was 1 Iii:.... '..( :_ _.li_ "' i \ '' '_''_.1. '' "You're n very docile pupil dear but wr Makes

I T bkkly women between fist approaching. While visiting .. tile iir.-t lr.4'u: is over." ;f
with a friend I noticed U M:; :v I' .:il.,_ 'ii: I r. :1,-m r accepted the 1.11- .

te: ages of I" N" ,'. '. tL'.1' Tommy smilimrly;
that sit! : taking -\,1' .i e. .1 .1 I..I\_ "
Jrv D your den she offenul him but still held fas' ,
45 and 55, b.a there are Vine of Cwas I, and she was w.i n .Ii.//iv: unuru; : i. for TLuu .!':_-* vus r

t very few iuv-iLds over 55 \ Y so enthusiastic about it that I .- ii-fijuetitly, variously. and so ol.ouslj >- II her"With outstretched such a teacher hands. sweetheart I rlf: Perfect

t and 60 years of age.; The decided ta try a bottle. I experienced \'. : I iu love that uo cue at the Sea I hope the l-ook of love will never In

1 change: of life coming to t some relief the first \'i-w House took him at all j closed. We must try to Lt'E1it opon Beer is not of until
.r month, so I kept on taking it i teriously.l age it has
II :
a woman near her forty- 'f =r. In otht! r words: Tloctlsas j always for this is to 1 lot no summer
L for three months and I
fourth year, either makes u.. LS. Wilb. menstruate with no pa.uund sale rlirt who conducted his campaigns' stLooL" IICXRV WINTHROP. been "on lager" for at least fourto

1 +, her an invalid: or gives I I shall! take it off and on now i so openly; that hat Le sat in solitude I cot At Ail I:\cttcd. six months. A capacity to

her a new lease on life. Those who until have passed the climax. I do not i fur a a hour the entire summer contmcent In a certain Wisconsin city lives an
I Ii store 375,000
continually bar
_ .__ meet this, change, fa.:, uh I' dread it sari's-yns' : upon the island would have old Gorman cow past eiLty: who I l.aa

dom live ten years afterward, while Wt of i remarked ui-on the strangeness: of the '! fur years been in the hotel [business.: rels provides ample facilitiesto
I the trine"h proceeding; ; not tLat such an event The old gentleman is very fond cf card
*. who I lays aside tho activeduties i properly all brews of
a woman was iirnluililo when there wore twenty- playing): and pitch is his favorite game.One age
is the
Wine of Cardui remedy to
of womanhood ia health: seldom I I sex en attractive aiid tractable young; day a couple: of years a=::o a party

x 5t Y fails to live on in happines, re-inforcc a woman against: the shock I women jit is, all were tract- was sittins al jut a tble playing, and Anheuser-Busch Brewing

; it 4 sw years: after she has passed 60. This that comes with the change: of life. l itliltexcept one. Tummy frankly admitted just as the cards had been dealt and n

1 + is truly a critical time. It re-establishes healthy functions I tLat V had I been rejected by'twenty :I sorted find it was up to the old gentleman Si. Louis U. S. A.

afcr cf suffering. In doing -six out of tle tw-enty-se\, but i to bid! fcr the! trump u boy rusLod! Breb.erseJthe foments Budwelser Mlchelob. Black tT ,-
''t'p Mrs. Laura :-:. Webb, of Toledo, years \\ti.Ti ur-'cd to go ahead and make his into th? oliioe and in great excitementsaid I Pale.Lager, Anbeuser-Standard. Export Pale and t. L
f this. it has: saved thousands of sufferers i
j p Ohio, recogr..zos: the change of life \ >.Idiui' of rejections complete be1mi the ban was on tir-.

as a dank i-roi: period' and she! also I just in time. Do not wait M U Miangely; reticent. i I Without iowing! tl.e least pertnrbatlon Ordci- Pri-nip'Iy Kill-d l II.yALFRSD

rt' + husfa.thin \\iae of CarJ..i. She until suffering 13 upon you. Thorough N? 111:,' would have !believed the'' the ol.l s.-ntlemon turned to him SICOG. Wholesale D.,.-, .

preparations: should bo made ti uL! that the twentJ-I tenth was the and tie following conversation took
: in advance. Begin the Wine of 11..d ol.j.-ct of his adoration aud that, I place: PE.A \ t.

44AJ I h'J alra'-s beta trembled! more I' ':te his vast experience iu this Did you get out the horse?' - -- -- -
Gr kss at the period, I dreaded: i Cardui treatment today.WINEofCA&DVl j -. iI',! i'm. |Aa': the oddly inc.ipiUJe Ill-I "Yes." ---
ti ''" _.. -- i ir'i-ii.! : _: tin-! words! thai! would put "Did you the IMI.g y pit cut ...
; A million sulerinj women I|, i.nit.. .. test With twenty-1* of the J t"ova : V r aTs'tyLAt'4 ) ..T'wi
.la -
I r I 11 Lave found relief ia : A n'VUTIN'' : lu' dubbed them, he :j ," turning to the pliiyei*. "I l".,' '
;:; 1 Wine of Cardui. I I'I'three.Gt.'uIll'wau'i .
.. tt..* I 11.tie to t.e: point of audacity, Magazine.itot -1 1.1.1, r" 'm 1: '1'A1'FhV W'h'I.1
I -
; .ml r..t one of the ;tills fill her heart !! I

1 'I t.i'i'ml' : !Ioy the turn of so nnu-b ns a J, AVadc Hampton Used Cl;ar*. i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OrHARUWAP.
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,_. .:'.K. ,," :' h. ,, ,-' --. EiG DAM l CUF.3TS.: it.thei'- \\t-ijht: but with Jan-t: Marsi i W.nk Hamilton ticrir smoked i'i\\r.\\r\ '
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d.'ii! Ah. that was different! She' :
+ !n n rational w.y like the rest of lUau
'.ID1t ,. '. -c .,U V.ere "..'r--n.. a"d People; Were Warned and Fled ta might tot take him seriously either. | kind. Instead he took the cigars as LoInflight .,' .

}; Lives Lost Place of Safety. Tommy rally loved this quirt. !'"It' I them and crushed. them to powder

9-'Kgr xi'tt : 'l... f ; :tt!I.'. \\ a.-n.. Xov 7X.J I li n I GU-nviood l Springs Col., Nov. ;:._A contained girl, and his t-iiiiruo stttml l: between the calms o[ his hauls Ir..n, Nail -\X", Sbovf 1 i Saw Mill and| ', .'
l::f-f.1.if T'. u' j'n- were dionc,-l l. thr.itJ .-..> I report was received here" late last night Il.ll'rl'tlulld ..Tl'\\' slow when he tried to and made use of the frjicnionts as ilk Supph"-. I'ookinzand Heating: Stove*. Hm: .

?..1.! .
; ,., :ry lighter on the Nome beach wad < Grande dam over the Cagle: river at ofttimos spoken iu Jest. In spite of were thrown UWnu.l in the uiilitarjcommittee Agate and Tinware aim lloiisci'iirnishiiu' < i
',1 -eked in that Commences his mercurial fiibpt-ramtnt marling
ii a lito;m Paniio. room of which he was so

; y .in Tuesday Ort 11, and continuH The dam was built by the railroad: was not a flirt in the common acceptation -I long an occupant there was always a FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL (1 II'i \ ', -

throughout! the day. The facts are / for the purpose of making an ice of the word. Beneath his gayety pile of cigar shavings on the floor beside Revere Giant t Stitched Belting Northampton 1.:

supplied by Purser Robertson of the pond and a considerable amount cf was hiddi-n a strong: manly nature his tbair. Tote finest cigars in the Wheel Co., Liftm & Rind Powder Co., Jobn-oi ,

-<' Oh>o. whirh anived today. The deadar : water was stored behind it. Dwellersin that seldom manifested itself Pet haps market were none too good to !be treated : somine Iron Kinir and Ruck Stoves and Ring.v.
r ,,- all unwns-ciouMy he had shown this Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, \1.1-.. -
lagee! River canon and further tbs! way, and more than one genuine
F W i Frank \\ry.Ilobcrtsos.\ down the valley were notified of the better side: to Janet for he felt in- cigar: smoker has been moved to expostulation Made Railroad Colors!

I ; s r..orgf' creaking of the dam and fled to the stincti.ely that flippancy' in her presence as he has seen Hampton Masonic Temple, @ Pensarolu. Fla,

:, 1 1 r s rot.orgp F'>uth. hills.Vhlie it is net known whether was a desecration of the love henurturitl disuse of a tine weed in such an uncerdmoaio'is -
J far below the surface.
fs' Sam Josephfon. every one was warned. It Is notthought : way.For .
=y \ dnz<'" or more people thrown into that any casualties will result The weeks sped by. Pretty girls I ---
It I
; 's't 't i the\ surf were rescued by the lire as the river bed is deep. came and pretty girls went. Moonlight The Star
t sails! and rides; to hops and Cramped Heilroorai.An Laundry
) ? : -a.n: ? I amateur theatricals on dark nights.; admirable idea for cramped bedrooms
tinMeampr! Elk! and the launch Fleet YAQU1 I 1MLINS CN WARPATH.
There the lake clambakes Is to have a long mirror set; in
were crabbing on ;
f win were i::'< ic, the larger cratt
+. e '\r.( jp"' :' 01:.. 'i.arh fn each in'ar.f [ l.ejorrd' the Point aud picnics in the closet door. Extra books on the Biggest, Busiest, Best!
t Mine Supirin'.erdent: and Saveral Mx
v the trod III'rl.s the inlet and of alii i other side and a skirt hanger:, or so
r : : : 11''r rest; u"' I or mannt.i ,
i icans Murdered. these Tommy was the life, the bright never come amiss, nnd a bag below
I i ;
N''l t .
9 I -:llJr :. Thesrorm! I
il Tiist' A. T. Nov. :. 1 Vi
i -
on. sou* r -
; and is desirable
} '. -L ,'..- amid jruidinstar.. Hut tomorrow it them for bests slippers very
;; "i "i ha"k in Snake
r .1 up I tisT.': r.; t3 A.: z'ma: :rein San .\larC'i:.!
,. ,, w-iiild all end. Janet was pin: home. .
> r aSTRIK.RS: i anJ the ; I
Dry 0;
t v c!:?ra. I bring K-poits 0 f. cotiui. -
I %
Tommy pined mtaally tow.ud th They Sped
: ,;" .I : \\'ar. .
I : 1 by Yaqui Indians: near p'liut of rock around which she haddisappeared. i
ls ; --- -- ,i'a'i-' J. E. Su!lh'an. superintendent I Seven waited weeks! lie J. X. Patterson, night p'lict'tn'lII
y r of Xa*hu3, h., write : "Lit winterI I
t' A\D:
Tt f r ii ine Ci Lauitao.blr\ cnniutp L
to idiot
was an a-
m I ,
.fl t t.4 Noisy Demonstrations In the Pas D! ,. rn Mexicans! was attacked and that htood in his way and strode down cough: medicines and had treatment .

.4 1 q : 1 Calais Coal District rht entire party the steps toward the beach. He found fn to'two niiy"icur.9 without ;getting:
,t '# t I\u i ,7 Tht gO\+"' .iI' II t 'it ; ,,* in that vicinityhave takn Janet with her new magazines perched I any benefit. A friend recommended We let It! .

'. 'rat. :,r.( I.. ,; : I Ief 'II.J to the w'a. path: and are ht ynr.d the ia a shady, sandy corner. Foley's Honey and Tar and two- .ii..II ('nil* we I/iiu i .

..''r., .. I'.!_ [ilt' .. I": ,'1 "Ini, ,.,.ntl;,1 of the small Mcxiccn fund "Your mother tells me you h'afor thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider L fiemIve! : Tln-y wi I '

II : m I-ran.. '.' d1'! \I LTn the mountains tomorrow. I'm trcmcndonclr it the greatest cough and lun? I -- than! : W" C:1U.V": w nin ." -
medicine in the world.V.. A. :_ ter'
.! '1 I'. ':_'4. ::. I! < I Report cf Sale Denied. sorry you are goinp." D'-\l t1ibene, lL'1! .-;. Palafox St. ). ; 'j 'j.v re i I/ the work w

: t .,Jf .zr to :.,' 1'3.'a, hi, ar New York Nor 7.-The repot cir Tommy was dizains holes with the __ _n __ 2 what we

jct ,;:lat 1, '. I..' -' tlat 'h!", tam's are ciiiatt-il; today and orieitiati d at Scrau point of her paras,,!. tJ1Lr5TO3tZZ11.: :: ti snot
a II II11' ,,
'''',II '. '" ;L; ,' :, It, : of His \oice was genuinely tender and
.4 pent ton. Pa.. that the D< lawart and BudS scar the / la!; I.'s* Y'i' Haia Itta's: &fs i ;
,_I _. ('on.;,;!!, 1'1 th railroad earnest. The smile died on her lips.
i-rop-rUes including coal
S ; u fgnature I ALL WORE C. 0. D. G cds CalId for and Di\: ;
N',11,j I.'i .,. :n I gttbl..n'rsiots; nines! had! been soM for $K I.IMHI.O'HI and her eyes softened; but, after all I tot ##zk { : .

5 1 : i I .1 r ., I I'; :rrar v.s.dfnifil! positively br PnsidtntOlvpl.ant. his rl'l'III'd.IS against him. i i"Are I TELEFIiJNE: 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

\1 I '.' ,I :: a -I: I.I h.. : of the Ddauare and Iltidsju I you clever at figures'the; in-
.; 1 : ... I, ; a\. \ .'h quired. ASK HIM roil A 11l'IH l lO\S': tic.Foiey's .
cat \ !I"" pnt Tile rumored purchase;.:; Wee I WALKER INORAHAM Manager.
+ : II:' t'. ,r, r.: :.; i j. !hs II' Ih ",'.ll1'r". ..t' Pennsylvania romiany and the She bid the parasol now and Tom- ,

'. '. ... my followed what she wrote in the Honey and Tar
t t' : .I< .r. f 'r aot I New York Central through J. P. Mcr- II -

t ,t dl --aril! I ,.'. "h& '.' ern.) *. Oiif sol lir ;ran & Co. The I'eui'&ylvacia to sci: Baud'- : .. I' cures colds prevents pneumonia

n- \-i-- ti jn'j .it ti.rco! artt'st werma -- |I th. coal! jropirtii.aim; : the portions: :; k:: \VEI.ICLY f"iCIIU1.HJl..i
i !
e S j.J jj !le. 'i : > '. I' '! the Pits do Calais Like a flash he reached for what had CURES WEAK MEN FREE
; ,,
rhI ind'I I in P' iii:->lv iia and the!: XovVorU { Foil BYE tai DIVISIONL'fti9ACOLAEI.mGIlilCIEitMt
b- 12 t r ml .1: : 't me strikers ale making 'iuial to act t'i. Xiw York ai- now loC'fm..tCul'ioj's weapon. Under 1llARPEIf
J'h 1 c the question he wrote clearly ''21-:':i*= A
k nii'-v; iitmonstrations.! vi-.ou: of the IaL.. 111..1114 Lute fwd a Happy Home
t = everything. UAILWAY COMI'A!'IY. |
----- for All I
"Tue others don't count you know,"
Forty \'earli. Torture How any moan nmv "|inrklv dire lumelfnTler TrIOlo i"A" Pers-vonv. for tbe Lilt
'I Lilly Dor.ton, Singer Dead. he added, looking out at the daniinwacs. : ;; years ofTenun( : from '. x .nl\ *'eakne tiayou, U,a iI>Yuu. .rrngtoa >1\1 Y nand
,p. t i 1Ir To be relieved from tnrturiu n disie Rim-. Xov. ,.-Liiy Dunton. thesinew j >.s. loot vitality nuht loevarcwee.| Fort Barranoai, at i iHW !
: S etc..and enlarge small wink orXHIIS to fuil, I
after forty years' torture rui;;htwell of Piston. Mass.! died suddenly -Very elevcj of you: What a time size aid vigor. Simply send your name 10.UU s a.m.arrlceatFort. m. arrive! at Fort K.-irranc&t harrancat IU.o t:15a.a: a.a1.vpm.errlyeatFort I
\nu must have all tLtepretty '' Rnllad"ru. to Dr. Knapp M'dicaHo.. 1.:: ,
thinking >
t ? t;*L caue th ; gratitude ..f any one. I I today of sastritti at Drescia. Ix>ra- up Hull KuilJniL'; liHtroil. .!kb., and they'' H-irranoas ldbpa'
spet-ches. When do have 8:30: p. m. arrive at tort Iturrancaa ':16 '
P I t TIt: is what 1Ja"ut""rah HazpiStive 'I hi'dx.! in aV. !..,spiral. you | will !11t.Uy send frure.elpt a uh lull .hr! "tUrns :15p.m.arrlveai f.arrancai po 0f.
t ; time to sleep':" Her raillery brought I! so that any man nmyvaiilv cure liuiistll I ( Fort Karrancai Tuipn 'I
did for ('. 0. : home. This 'somp.m.arrtveat y(5p.aTraineare .
Haney.< Geneva at cerlalnly a ino-t 10.rou. -
Bush his tort Barranoaefor
a to cheeks and he clj.-pcd henn
011..r ant I' f. liramKexlraetstaken
\ A. Herren of Finch Ark. ,
lit gay*: "Di\\ tt' Wild hazel l' his hands resolutely about his knees j from th.'trdaily uuilsbuw whist iiicu think I cola at i iT:15a.m

j S live cored me of pil" after I h jUfItftlJ write?,"I wi*h to report that Foley'si "To be honest. I hared slept muchlately. of""ar.rI'I.?"11I'ro-I! y..-.. I arrive! at rVnsaeoia! .. ;.oo !. aIL
"c aict-pt my 'metretbauiit
Cures cuts, i i Kidnev Cure Las cured a terrible l I've had something on for yours of reciil dale. I ba\"- po p m. arrtre at Psnacu.a..lit5 PII 1
forty yeirs. my I
2oOp.m. arrive Fensaaola ........ %:.; p,D LS t Y
f ca-e of kidney and bladder trouble unud. I've been: trying to find j !{In'nour trt-uunrnl tiioroujb ti-t aid 6H( m arntfeat P.'nmicola ..___ S:45 t. t t
burn*, wound* 'kiu dieu<. He- a way p p araip
t i that two doctors hid given up. \V. I ito tbe -ncTlt bin Li--n utrrtordlQiiry. it 1I1\soornpleifly ; m.arrivratFeataoota.__..
tell a girl that 1 love her, but Ican't brae.-d inn I am just 7.tip.
: A. D'Alemberte, 121? S. PalafoxSt. I vigorous when a boy up.and cannot 10" '8:+5 p. m. .rrlv..t 1" tliaOO...._._ i:1J p.a L
tarmany I make it. She's you
not 'slimmer.iri
a 'tiatnrdaye: only
realize bow happy 1 am.
?. .' you see, but the sort of girl one "herSrs-l our niclbod worked beautifully. FARE FOB WEEK DAYS

a ... .. .. SHORT STORIES.The would want winter and suuiiiier-for RI'sull5'er"l.ul'tly: wbat 1 needed.StrrnKtl .
1 <-r rnulili.n .iHldTin ) aDd vigor have completely re- Peniaoola to Fort K.irrancas and remora iFentacola
I w '! utstamr of the English; wonyus longevity in the United all time." His flippancy had quite disappeared tamed and enlargement Is euurtly satis to Nary Yard and retarn.._. tPeaiacola >
average factory." to palmetto beach ind return ItSC5DAT Famous at home for
\-. !I" li.ti-Msiini \niiTicans.. .\ Mates was ::.'..!!! in 1'JOO.: now. and Janet suddenly "Dear sirs Yours war received and I had
UIIMI.III i.I' the ! IOHBDUDI. Generations past
dirnried. and can truthfully It to.. boon whoa W4taar: rmiti tha:
k thuu_h the had not say p running c
lioiist'kivjur \\ :II'S no : or white jet creptlound
f + t t1 I'aJl every year cost about $5UOuOOUO. to weak men. 1 am !greatly Improved In open coche
; P the rocky bairier! behind' them."You Famous now all over
:i|>niii. Sh<- iu"aaUj cxi.rtevl to dress size.strength and vigor.! Leave feniacola. Lv Fort KarriBMi
y in Muck ail to w\ al' a Miiall. mat silo Ohio courts have sustained the right see. no tine l U-l'etes l'\e a heart, All correspondence U strictly confident ii. m. 13 a, in.lit. .
teal mailed In plain sealed envelope. Thisr.e.1pt the World.
of the city of Columbus to charge its m. li m.
or stuil'iipnin.: \ Ohl' has in R of tllLou'rl I fur I've let the girls: play football with H free for the asking and they wanes Ip.m, Ip.m.
citizens fur water by the meter sys ery man to have it.KIDNEY .
it till thinks
ulmtfMr to ito .mil onlyBf everybody it's worn out. I Ip.m Ip.m. For Hah bvDannheisser

.1..; after Lir l.nlj'rnoni.. her chlrger tem.The !but that was jut a counterfeit don't I p. m p.m.
d p. m p m Bros.
te; total length of brick paved you see. and I want this gill to understand -
being; only tie! unau'ml'lIt! IIf the to:- I Ip.m, l p.m.
I [ lot table and the making/ the 1'i-d. streets in this country in February that the real thing is all hers 1 p. m. f p.m,
Itxc, was estimated! at about 1,:>>J and I think it has be<.n waiting for DISEASES sal FOB IUIIOATfwuaoola r
KacU grade of s< [\ant in lncland: issupiHtsttl to are Barranoti Navy'
t { to wear a differently Iohal'I'I1cap. miles. just her all these rears Now if you Lard and return___.__ fh DR. KING'STRY
: V .\ natural mine has recentlybeen soulJ tell what how Peasaoola to Palmetto Beaeb ant
The corrt ihaptfor the parlor soap rte to say- to conTince vUt
S4 1 meld I is a si-t i'f uitxlitieution of a mobcap opened up at Ashcroft, B. C. The her"- thmoll fat.J of end i Fof.etrht rttora. evedaftarat50.m' __ lh NEW [

I material In which the active principleis His hazel from which all
f 1 the crown riu-inled l>y u narrow eyes playfuL uta.FOLEY'II. FOR THAT COLD.
}' 1 sti jti line of l.lark! riM'on "r vihct and thectlso boras is lain;; taken out by the ton. teasing; light had Bed. were fixed

i I"'I } I ; daintily frilled. A parlor maid The average bay crop of the year U on a distant dipping sail, and he did Every WomanbCT TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
f t the department of agriculture not see the Janet's face. litt9:'U Cures ConsumptionCougta
r.' 01",,) wears a large/ and rather elaborate placed by expression on to htereakd&nIIlhoold know

r f r r1 i t apron with a t ih. The hou>emaids at 1.43 tons per acre. Oregon There was a moment's silence; then t, MARVEL about hirli"9 Ubewondrrfo Sprat. Colds Bronchitis A,throa.
shows with the largest and she drew !breath. 1 ? I ,
t f. Whose duties are eontinod to the upper up crop a quick sharp \e, Ctx Tbenewrk4.lerty.yro .
z and sleeping apartments in time Louse Pennsylvania with the smallestThe "You might"-her voice was very manly refunded.rtnudia Cmt.fftt" ".....",..('onr.n.tiltku.e.l..u/II'It-.f- PneumoniaHayFevt'rl'lt

aI f wear a sort of three cornered arrangement loftiest steamboat route In the low-"jou might; tell her that you love rtcoffiUd br.task } risy, LaGrippe, Hoar cne!.

much flatter and lots elaborate world U doubtless that just opened be- her; simply that nothing more DO tttnt phftlcUni u the M3f bKJWr "If"b-ranll",wpply 1 "the + xt Sore Throat, Croup and
than those which are donned by the tween Puno and Cnilaya Peru on pretty speeches, but as If you really .,. [L.atxepl DOet

t parlor maids. A Lou-ieiuaU's apron id Lake Titicaca 13.000 feet high or meant it, and perhaps-perhaps she and BUdto troublca.W. tultraleol bCT,but book wild-mM lump_for li area fl- Whoopiag Cough.NO .

P I twice the altitude of Mount Washing- would believe you." full '......unnsle- PAY.
alt' NO
very largo and full, but has uo bllx .. tl.aT1 w.t.i.ewq 1UAaratCOS .. ,,;;_ CURB.
1 fr1 1 ton. Tommy., turned. .s .9plr. and .read W. A. D'ALEMBERTB. Room ffi o Times Bldf.,New York. Price 50c. and S I. TRIAL BOTTLES


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/I;' .I' 1 .: ;? Light Work Light Cost-SURE and1i.1f:

+ Quick-as-a-wink rr

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Pure. and perfect,, .

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rL'l'O\'<,rro bls conflriaswl ever satisfied except with the

,' his speed. I Il best. The oldest is not alwaysthe TO lONE STAR STATE GERMAN KAISERTheir

of Kremlin 2.074, best, and is seldom the : : J '
li-t so far this sea-
In this however
case Merchants, Bankers, Manu- Coming English Visit
I ,
1 informer caretaker the best is the oldest and \
\ facturers In Party Causes Much Comment.I'
: \\ in the employ oft strongest. Let figures speak :

.urn Denver. I The :hers of The Mutual Life Insurance Company \ ts
has purcbased the 3f New\urk(organized 1 itemed? ( other ENTERTAINED AT FORT WORTH. GOSSIP OF RUMOR MONGERS. for Infants and Children. fl ;
,, life inturjnce cumuny in ei.lence. 1 hey are over I s
r barn at the Glen. Ii i Castoria; fs a harmless substitute; fur Cantor Oil, Paregoric -
f ..1 will take an active Big Banquet Given and Many Speeches .. It i. l'Icn lt. It ?"
$352,000,000It They Are Bent Upon Imparting Diph- Drops aiul...ootirnir Sjrup:'. > \\.111\1 matinees nest Made Keynote of Which Was Reciprocity contains neither O; iuin, 3Ionhino nor other Narcoticsubstance. k
matic Significance to Approaching p I..t'rbhu ;
It c1tru''orms allays 1
has !
paid Policy-ho'.de-s
over '
ii : ,,f Lexington; Ky. In Commercial Relations Be. Visits-Many Eleaborate Entertainments It cures Diarrlura aul AViiul Colic. It u,relieves regulates: Teethinr tho- j i'. : i j
: Troubles and cures Constipation
$569,000,000Klch tween rnd Texas. ; '
i .1.i .Carney of Lowell Chicago Being Planned For Royalty.. Stomach! and Bowel, jiving: hl'alth:1Iul natural sleep. ; ; I I

.t i'i re'e-j ear-old black luth .'r's Friend.
Tex. Nov. 7. In The Children's
Fort a
i. than nthcrlife Worth ,
more I
any company New York Nov. Continental
',. rna,: by Betterton, rumor '
;.t i a Ions price. I I I poii the world his disbursed. steady downpour of rain 40 enthusiastic mongers are still bent unpn Imparting The Kind You Have Always Bough ; ;

., recently sold his A in The Old Mutualgives Chicago merchants, bankeis and diplomatic significance to the (

Louise :Me 2.-00'/J. a man or a woman that manufacturers trudged! through the approaching visits of the German emperor Bears the Signature of i p

,' i .tun of I'ittsburs:: I sense of assurance which cannot mud to the packing houses, stockyards and the King of Portugal, ca- .

HIT I! now owner will be enjoyed under private and breweries of Ft.Worth to tiles the I-onou correspondent of The ,

:, HI' harness racing. 'I day. A breakfast, consuming with TriSuno.
investments the attendant speaking nearly hal
I i It'J'V ('ark, Portland,. One point on which the amateur I I''
.-.1 I next year. This Write tu-day for "Where Shall I Insure?" the afternoon wag partaken of In the diplomats! lay much stress Is the fad 0
dining room of the Texas Pacific union that the Portuguese minister in Ixn ,
', I. one of the fast'i TilE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
i 1..rd; it was here thai COMPANY NEW YORK station, after which a train of trolley don Is an intimate friend of the royal In Use For Over 30 Years. \ I Ie

.i ,. d to his record off cars conveyed the party about the industrial family here, and is In a position to fa "M .......u. eo........ u MURRr nun "trOR rl" t'II I It
: I KlUMitu A. MiCtRot, FreiiJent. .. ;: I
of and to the -L!
center the
city (!Hit ate the transfer of the East African :: '" : t

CKCllt AV1LLCOX Manager various points of interest. possesions! of Portugal to Hig - -- !,
: ICE 74 YEARS. The breakfast proved a pleasing
Jacksonville, Fla. land and Germany. Ths! intimacy

feature of the party's stay and the does cat imply a wiiiu; ;:Tir:3;:; on thh. W. B. WRIGHT>> GOmPll8Y j
.. In United:: States at II. II. SHOUNTOy. AjifMit, exchange of speeches had for their part of the Lisbon iLlalaters:; : to courtnr.itopaiarity 1 Fz iI I :
Pensacola, Fla.
; Doer In commercial relations I.
keynote reciprocity by proposing the alein.i I tf.
T li.i, Tell Ceards. between Chicago and Texas \ MA UF.\l'TrRERS AND DEALERS INSA t :
tion of a large section of their colonial \ rcrJ.. I
'' .-I'll potma&tcr al Killed I by Fast: Mail Members of the local committee empire. The grip of Portugal upon I .;;-==:-:: I' i I .

:: piney Adam. Nashville, Tt-nn. Nov fl.-.\ specialto who paid, tributes to Chicago were her colonies! hs been strengthenedsince k LUMBER I LATHS: t i I.I. i

'Tito 1 ever since, The Banner from Franklin says that Mayor T. J. Powell, of Ft. Worth; S. tho lots of the Spanish coloniesLisbon.'s I : ( I

1 ...11'Y.., :dis Charles P. Owens and daughter were F. It. :Morse of the Southern Pacific : main window looks out ulna' 1ft ;;-...: $ EDCTPRESUfiIKGLESillBIlrelRinPESSACOJ.A! : I, 1 4

Struck and instantly killed by the railroad; E. P. Turner, of the Texas Madrid anti. i ortugal in selling her east JI II', t

1. ; : "!lice 74 Louisville and Nashville! fast mail Pacific railroad and former Mayor B. I African i.o-sf I 'ssions would lu rlvahn! ; ._" -=_-...:_r I- LA. I

t 3t po=sr. while trying to cross the track south; B. Paddock. Their pEeches't'r' ''the dedinf in colonial pcs.-osioas: ou .

(I :allay this moinin The bo,!ly interspersed with brief remarks by the pait of Spain. I ** t tY
Chairman J. 0. Sliedd. of the Chicago j, ;\n .i\J 1 f 'I
of the gal was carried about o"ti yardson The two rv'.1a3: will involve PI W 's tb&JJ

,:.rl 'I 1.1' always; I the pilot aiul her head! was crush delegation: B. A. I>khart C. F. Gun tH italnmi on a large scale at ::;:UI'I'I Ksa fir 8a Y '** s .

: i I.' '- tl'" Ides!. ed into a pulp.lfedlenl thcr and Paul Norton.At rngham! and Windsor. There will i i l
'. V\ A. D'Alero noon the guests left for WaxabaUliif a series of functions at \\ nd.r fur l I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A Ml'UI L? .(iER TIIADF ; r

). ..,t 1:4\ MJ, ilttt.n>irn. where they weie met at the I the king of Portugal with a spat banquet : THIS WINTER THN E'.'i. 1 IF I: ; Ui-- I i

There will ba a regular meeting oj railway station and conveyed about in St. George's hall and lcs:'/;" I'

present to gjv>E the P n.catedlrr.l:: : rociety al!, 'I the city shown the various manufa" a rhtjittr mcotlng: the Older cf tin: 1 SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCl/tf. .{; ,

!I. .,,1 k through th ;!ha Board of Health ofi'cait ( luring enterprises schools business Garter whir! f.i-1 I not fume on 1:1" ; 1

..t 'bio articles anrfly ','clcckp.m. Taesday" Nov 11 and 25:: hoists and presented with souvenirs June. T!'., royal: < rta"lnmcr.t: w'11 I' Olson & doe

'i can fine< Visiting phyjfcituis! : are coi Jilljtavited of the visit. not enl v. uh 1K! departure: of the tw- Thompson, 5 4
'i!' I-- you. If yoi '! toattfud.Dtt.vY.. Crsieana trill claim their attcntioj will bo .
visiting S3vigns.: but continued
:1 I' Diamond lini C. DEWBEKY, Manrcsa Street, Telephone 147. __ __ ;
r r
President,. tonight. for several months, all the ambassadors ; !
.,1 bcf<>r y"U buy. ---- -
)R. 1,. DtM. 1l LOCKER, I ministers of the crown an-1 ESTABLISHED 1SOS.McKBNZIE ,; t
'1.1.. d V HI lUilNS1: .".iu -. 'U2;; tf Secretary. \ DAY TURNED INTO NIGHT. leaders of smart society being!; invitedin
turn to parties: : at Samlrin ham and
--- Ste:.rrtr Luxora Has Exciting Cxpcrience : \Vindror. ERTING & CO., ''i .

---- ... ....-- --.. ..--- -..-...-..-.--- .....----- ..../.--.. with Volcanic! Ashes. 0 J ,. ,3o .:
f it S'in Uii'go, Cal., Nov. 7.The bteawt Train Wrecks Dynamite I

l.ii.ia I : Captain Timmerman hail St. Louis Nov. 7.-It is just: reposed General Uar-dW pe. ; : '

TWENTY WORDS an i,M> ,!*:<-nee with \oloaaie ashes that a passenger train on the Coil Ship Chandlery and ,

E M, \L :file at San Benito In the southern rado road, part of the Rock Island system STUKtlT. ; I : i
ran Into a car of dynamite this SOS AND 80\: 8. PAIu\KX

: -FC> _O (f:I3 I3r J JF \part in .Mexico.: afternoon near Union, Mo., causing an ............... .A.GENOV I" j i t
: there dis
i(i The'! steamer had been in .:. !
that wrecked the train and RnKBLING'3
explosion\ COMPANY, JOHN A. ,
dla Iin, and waiting for papers EVERE, COPPER
: ; I
|: killed two persons and injured several GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDnrfEL A SON'S PCJIPtf.COMl'ASSrS.
TWENTY CENTS. ; to! (oiuo from the Mexican oCUiaUs :'

r: ..... ,in.t: distance i inland before sailing others. -- -- -- tun: crdz'i rJIlt, Dllt, Jt.tial: atr'!:, .hrl:, ti6..r3, Shn! !J."" i. t\

_u -- l 10 oMoik: in the morning a ? LOGS vTOC. ,.
JI i k
black loud appeared in the heaven. ;{l'rA/dZ"Z."t- McKenzie Oertiuij Collecting A font for B ir Pilots'! B.i:evolent A880iatiou. I : 1
I ; "
until th' ; !
and larger i
n.II.YtWH Oae Cent a go'n\r.s larger
the'll in .
1 .1't 3 nl'.ilo! ) sky was overshadowed and l a' '.! I i'biri....'in. 'ate i on every bow of the ccn1ln6i 4 \ I

I : i l' .i brings wonderful results. There is no o'clock in the afternoon it bccaimdai ", i Laictivc t i 3romo-Quininc Tablets ; S

> ''j!mm in the state for realizing a want fl as night. and fiat ashes began falhn,. the remedy that cores o cold in om> Cay. THE GARDEN SECTION I '
:dumus H The passengers) became badly Irish: I : j tf
wriphod! ant tint'ainnr o- OF-oFeiasacola
( nil.) the anchor was OPERA HOUSE I I :
? started at full spoc,1: \ lor! SiUna ; I I

JIAVE YOU A WANT ? 4'1! .; 150; miles distant. 'nidarkn I .-- _.. ,._---,." ..-,._--- F 1 erida.S

was intense: and the sho.viiot i I 8 )
t < ? Saturday, November I f
of ?111) I Terminus.
allies: reached a distance Near East Hill Electric Railway

A .- 1V nl. N IItori..tyVaut{>d.B miles. ONE PERFORMANCE'! : a

I ''t mu'd. Opinioll Wantell. Solution of Eastern Question.: Beautiful Lots for Sale. !. !

C ti t. (I. Partner Wamed.o Chicago, Nov. 7.-Five hnr.dr-1\ '. I.I I.;

'V ,'Nt Quilter Want ell. members of the Metho.list\ Serial Tn I .WARFIELD. LOxlS a feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-
E : "1' .utNl. R'm"Vanted.. ion of Chicago banquctttii last nisi; : I ing to location and surroundings. \ J JI

F c'.: ..': toted, Servants "':lnted. at the Auditorium with Bishop Dm-: 1 In His Whirlwind Success t !

G I' t\ :Ited. Team IVanted.! n II. Monroe of Asia ant 1 Bishop .In, I xeeptionall'Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I I

Ul1ioumen 1Vauted. st ph C. Uartsoll. of Africa as pt;; H 11'11ed.: w( High, Dry Fertile II !
"The only solution of theastern
I I. ,'.'r Wantl'd. Vehicles \Vantc'd.J n of honor. The Auctioneer
w nter-o Mom"- :

\ ...: auted. Wives Wanted.Wantf-II. Ht ." when ho question began :his said address ;of "T.i:: The grandest opportunity for investment ever 1 ; !j

L< '\v'toted.r Walted. XIH'rience you're wanted to have "Et EtI (:) Outlook In China" "is the chiistiani/ Four Crowded Month" at the Bijou cffered_in Pensacola. 1 j I

\:1)I) ins; of China. Theatre, New York. 1 '
.. M 1V'illted. Ze..1 enou. h to place! a Seekers Should See These Lots, i
__ _ __ __ 1
m Nti I Consecration Celebration. 1'. DElt MAXA<;iEMEXr OF ; 1

I Clou-land. 0., No7.. .-A six days ...DAVID BELASCO... AVC1ubbs } \\1 i i
BY !TH celebration of the fifth anniversary c I I f
t t\i\ ; I J nnt"MHQ. /. E tin consecration: of !:it. John's Uomai I I l'riCfi1-iilJ. 75c: Jl I and *1 w.I i !

: m l y f \ 141Q } WEEK OR MQ TH. ': I Catholic cathedral began/ In that edific, I Heats on sale Thursday at UOOII.LVXONDA. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets UI'I' :

r & On Sunday a statue of th>
\._ .__ ..'._. ..._,. ..,.._f&'I today! AmadeuaRapp"4. I : ..V, JR.. J. H, KEKBE.Presld'at. A r I i I
diocese HYKK.
"- -.......-..-,--_-._ ., .....- 111''t bishop of the WM. H KNOWLKH. W. K. I .
-- -:-- HRE T. ,
LL:. j. ;:;:; ; ;::':" : I 01: K.C. .aier. Ati't Cashier. I
unveiled in front cltho C
U'I I will be I ,-* fc< NOVEMBER Vlce.I' I !

IIAIll (; cathidral. i : ii l
I\; TO l..INU.'I I I t
There is no courh: medicine "o poP- \ i ;

Nl"I I'nil-I1\on"!>n amounts improved I.i.'Ile K.t rent Krook'at lowi I'h'. "1' and K.-.BAHAH d-alr llair Oil In,BMKliK-Maautactnrei etc.din Hivlr uoodi W. ,lio\"rnlUent lists, follclVrllclfh. I.: ular contii'ino n* Folpy's op :Honey\tt'1 <.r and{pi*"Tar.n- :aidnever It I I' ....THF.*.. 'I First{ J l' atlona1. l3a1nk !I; I : il :

Jo'lhb'r I hil.; to cure.V.. A. D'AUin- :
s I'lilaloi hit. & Wall
.lm 1mM Ir".t.'V i berte, 121 S. Palafox St. Quinlan I t \
A 'rBU. : -- -- -- OF PENSAGOLA. FLA. .
,- ; ;
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\ w-any uoyon amount need you mnr.ey"want \\j ANTED-Ali kind o' empty heel I '11 ''I IMPERIAL MINSTRELSDirection i DtntC"'OR:: !!"! I, ,I .1 i
nov tl : t f
boil"s 8. \ FRrcnXAN. :
.LI t.l rill,nuproM'd and lowest city rft'.cfl r..(vl -i'I' '-- \M. H. KriOWLES VV A. BLOUKT F. C. bl'.F.M. ,V K HYKK.JtD. : ;

: i .-ut>r,an1!'a l'Jutl1'aa.: \\T \\TJoIJ-lIflanlz..r.: .; "I' pay lrk, ,u' r.r,.,.. /? -. ;i. \ I O. BRENT! F I. a tl I
sort \.\, ctrl,'tit.ot..1 nod\\1 old: I'HIC.Fit age bench*: tojn \. ; ,c''J't. : ,' Mu.: DAN <"al oontrsi-ls. ''
TERN r. I t1 \\'n.lllllitlIOn.II. t'. -.'.'")'Oll"'tf ,' ..: ....)r:::';14'\. +,,. "..:. I :Matager and luterlocutor <.f the I'I'AI. I I I IiF

I '.. 1. .Hi 150K1UIW :MONKY apply to I. J": ''''' .I""; G. flt'ldltn5trt'I.: *. t t B m Ml esi 8$l& i '
-ur..yourprrIIt' \\'ANTKL -boar solicitor ; ,P. M( Ma m n : Ii :
l.oxir l.... ( ( iF :
:I.! buy or sell real eB- 11 A. 1 llii>riil niat,:No -' vs est il .. Ii.f ..'" k" ; ... i I ---- I Ii 1 i
'" ; > .w any de-icrlFtion, bars nt.rut..lrevtbetwt.'n bud I'1 o'clock III : lro.:: I, If:0.f : .., 'i
"ur tax'. .ntt..nd"d to I lun'IIII'n. I' o'llll' I Ii ..'.: -I.}...::;' : 42-ALL STARS42Greatest I II t, '
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> -- ''' Ir
C. .t .on .
I nim. h. I
I I 1 -0:7.. Britain IroI\.LIS) 'I
Great f
of Exchange on
: '_ranee agents, A-01'EII-\ aoi>d man to fa to Houil ,- """' -J. I I I S7"Va draw oar own t
!I.J<....(l\tP. 1'"n.I\1 \\T l>i'noli and eh"RUIN ,- ;1 "';;;:'-t-- .<'. .t.\1 BeJglnci] Ecsshway. r' CI J ) :
v r us we ".111 fend .I 11 ti An luck',a lo att rn r 11\mmiUt-r M>\\ nut to ink' _!.'.... "L.---. of Fir Put Germany: : France, Anstna Italy, lMtar.d, Kfain
H 6OUS Bl-tl cnreol hikn\... unit .xe>. Alpyt.! >\ .\VHaierm.ui. i. aar- :: '. I Matchle Olio! Sweden Denmark: and other European connLrha. 'i I ( .
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--- ----- fbifMrn ulldiug.: -
I ,. .-I"'IIt....""... ; i Picked: Vocalists I ExduaveSfecialties! !)VVIHS31:! Di'bfaed! npon the Mote F.'abl,,, Terri, and! thc'.l i '. i I
...,. -- Felt SAM; on HUM.I : : "Ii i i ObligatIons' Taken Payable at For o! 1)est.rtult:! Ten or Fifteen Da; I : ; t' I II t

\ ',"-UK" front room foii .. ()iw\LKOH\ I fsST-.1 country limo ;.jd; Aa Strttt P2[ant at Nom l I after Ve ?el Arrives h6r& __ y C
Gar tolh
i i gocuracrntratty 'l'* I- -"- mll. from; city, one ruJlr Iron ell \ ; [ I 'I
..: !I" Fast: IntfrnlrncuIToclm1 .",IJUrlllllgIr; Hiibrproperty 01ita I \ tST8afefy Deposit Eorag for Rent in Connection I
"nu J t'\"r. vUu'rr plenty ot li'li ancaucltt. PriTa Apsrtment for the'OJ ,. .j.jI !
---- -- For farther utrtieulars apply at \ Pri-es-25; CO 75c and $1.110 1 with which wha.elo '
*r.' \\ eel llrlmont trtet alolmIantarrltrten To Roast Your Thanksgivings iS;
"CH .V.13. I Renters

--- ---f -tin-. *> clit> il. Turkey Brown and Tender, joN1: NIGIIT Nolr, I <
:n Iw hail in ont i :
\ .. \ FREE!
drstrxhl't'lue HOME
i <'" a"il must THURSDAY FURNISH YOUR '
'. -- - i WE WILL
"t t1 1H HII'J'ct to guar H'1I00L "III hiI fuel 1.
r1NDEIOARrlN: On for
.' (I..r \nufor Ibr.'I'HI. BO sure to use
.. ortlC"". Artuov.'w \. <,p'ut't1..t .-'> Fast Wright street. O..t.1.I'y WnK tn+laY' .r nut 'jt.I I !
i1 m > atien at my ;
: Maclay. wSttrA better-nothing as Rood. 1 "n.l>-1andiM fiv nw :111. LeTTERS i i
:Mi- Margaret .1 Nothing .< PETITE Fi: r. i lit.\1.
I PRETTY ,'<< DAINTY < '.,f. 1 i-iimr.i.. ...iin f. .... ..< t. .:, ODd
\"'(\I1It..I.I You can have a hot tire in minute; KI... .*: I., r b.rnb* nonr .t'r...,..".", r'. "t'.1 'j.." a
'-Iott'nt. I N'L'i'r
f t .r'
II t .1 i '! 1' IlmKltrh..n Furniture ___ ____ : ADELAIDETHURSTON 'n; < !
"H MISS --- '--- ptir IH' a \ "! r uoe. '; ,
'1 H.-OOUDt Ot IcnMD City does it take f j
TKtAKent> tor churn; make with Gas. How long *. IVr'a1.I'Ji'
3-IUrrgogetteet. 4ul* \\ .. month 1 1Ru : fnci I tti-ljn-1
I minute. JJ.Vi per j jI jtI"
> > butterin.inr ,' You roastb : 'r & nI ,'n 'n in a i"thinv*"-t, I 1.1 : IIm..1N. i
? can .
>\r nteed. Outfit tree. Batter *urn you using coal ..\."",.'Mnsr..... Bmv-. vdr' i...... Cak: i
F \ I ITbl'! most desirable Tote In Co. Hamilton. O_U I I I* .'.-81. .I'TJit-r: l-atl'/ I f luTll- I.. ;
:y ,i-i ra-y terms, by tae Klshe I : .ke, broil fry-if you prefer-any' r tL. ,- -J.uuwS.Lfyrlusriof: .. ''a ; < (
Miuingt'o.: are of Gl ., ,, 11.1'1.Ulna'r .1 n' ifi
fouth 1'alato: l/rAbLt' HKl < I I ; '- a :' A
J I'K ncJ. i l+atm I iL tenuR limited amount of treasury clodiUlncrra thins cookable in fact with Gas,I (SWEET it' !tn.v7atrn. crl.l, I IK .. 1 !
Reliable agents 'II Bnt..d ?> It-fa. .1.1'.1. "*: ,rfall.. ".. l !. I
plant. .. ,.. ,
ful Comedy n T '. I" '11' '' J ,
"n l'01ll1111'100 K J. Uya'. PresidentS more quickly, more cheaply in i\ In the Immensely Succe); 1 .1' I'.0''%''' : Ki"n: "I,i'iUve .r0.trr, r.-"... W. '
I itrn l't. ,,
l'.r iit-iit ItT in
m on K.o.-k. L isAngelo .California. Drama, i'.e IIU"tr* it -. h.":-- ...t.j
.. .1 !f il ,. ,
> I'" 11 rJ
------------- more cleanly way. 'I I. > |fk. i.r.r i< .d.. ..
\1".1".11'1'.1.1 1fern ''f' ''' : \
v I.:I'l! fir rent for dancer,nc 'I K,\\"LKU: : WANTED-To work county i > Il't .
(t' '
> t -
v : Win. Huiner Thos. ,John' 1 trade tiala-y V.! 'HI per year and eipenes. See us about the use of Gas: "AT COZY CORNERS" .' .' .,.\11 .i ""'>.* M'-fwt-i \ 'I ,,,. .. r.. I. i
St. Louis. MeVAMEii : ... .. : : \ .... v'' }
M i-j-l y. swim El I'AdreiigarCo. ... ". ; th \\. :" \' L. .
11"I .1<.j- .r. ,10 ilr itr tl.i. .: i*"l i I. t "\' "
at"'I'.1 I SPLENDID SCENERY I .' un.1 1.< tllrall ?
...... ............. ..... I \I -advancement Mrii to teachers 1."rU by barber etc.abundftnc Induct tradtRapid PllSCO1 Gas Cot o 1 r M I-Tw.) handsomelyth r\lrnhl1 (1101 practice. inmliGeJ ,
board. All modern conK I meuts to distant 8pph:anu. Catalogotree. '
< a,;onaDle tates. Eminire a t W rite today. Moler Barber Col' gE' Fl. PBICES-25, 50, 75c and |1.00. 1.
Garden St. Pantaccla I f
OLlW New Orleans Ls. C* 25 and 27 E. r i

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Enormous Demand.The .


.......................... : Look out what you put into IT'S
FOR THIEVES I enormous Demand for "GOOD Catholic the child's stomach.! Childrenare

LUCK" Eating Powder is alone aUriba- St. Michael's: -Order of divine': sensitive to the

Intrinsic Merit at service for the winter: First mane, ; especially
t\I.:" to the possession! cf
and J. hn Faulk. 7 a. m. ; children's tr.lH.:1.!: m.; last action of medicine. ill::
X G Jackson and Equitable Price. It's Purity,
a Just
mass and sermon, 10 a. m ; evening i WONDERFULWhat
nero75, are held a: police Lead- Hi0'h Leavening Power and General Excel- devotions p. tn. II i II you need never fear Scoti

quarters as dangerous and auspicious cnce lS unsurj':a. ;5able.: I], rtt. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fuller. I Emulsion. That is one read: v!; quality can t.

characters the charge bein:? an outgrowth ; ton, Pastor-First mass, 6:30 a. m.; a SHOE for TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS t .

of alleged: complicity in the Richmondirglnn.. 'j high mass, 9:30 a. ra.; benediction, why it is so popular as a chil- etljrt is made to give one their money's worth. We m ik- .

recent house-breaking.: ; The cases I i:3-) p. m. dren's medicine."As a SHOE at this price, and we'II say candidly that ti.-;-
--- -- -- ,
j.i. were continued today until Tuesday Epi.t opal.Christ milk'i i i SHOE to be had in the town for fifty cents: more. T;..- -'

:p3 morning in order that additional Church-Services by the I harmless as j I duplicates of the higher grades and come in any kind ,_,' .'

could be obtained. rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at deal. But !
evidence SOCIETY EVENTS l i:30. that is saying a good want. A mss: varied assortment to select from for bot

The' arrest of Faulk and Jackson c and 11 a. m. and 5 p. in. I we may go even further and I

St. Kitherine's Church
under corner
last; night was made highly

txcitin; circumstances. Special AID PERSON LS Cervantes and Sixth avenue, Rev.J. say that Scott's Emulsion wili i| ...Ladies and Men..
R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge-
Q Officers Frank and Riy and Captain the child's stomach '
Services\ at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. stay on 'I

-.. : +"?3i 4 Sinders wore shadowing Fulkw'jn .!529..5252.25'2.S29..525252sc.lW St. Mary's: Mission; (colored). Rev when milk will not. AT

4 ;l the latter was given a signal A. Ray cf Montgomery is in :''J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge- !

by Jackson. Faulk:: was in the act the city.P. Sunday school at 3 p. m.; service at I A little added to the milk in : $2.50

Jackson wben crh'cerd 4 p. m. at the chapel, corner cf Jackson :
ot .' nines S. Bowen of Mobile is in the and B streets. baby's bottle and a little after .

.:..>.-d and hl!'.d him. Jack-on:: saw city today.

f -. chum arrested and started toAt KpUcnpal Church South. meals for older children i ioo: PA H.
j i.N J.nE.! Voile of Near York; is at
!' a !t : the outset he was told to the Merchant Reed's t'hapel-Pre1chin at3 p.m. THERE IA A'1'Al .
_ : just the right thing for the WE TAKE THE RISK IF
by Rev. W. tLe ;
.' le refused to heed
t Lat
\ R. F. Gould of St. Louis is; registered YOUR MOSEY BAA'K '
his 33adsden Street, Church. Rev. W. ; weak and sickly ones.
a I'u," and continued to run at at the Merchant
r Q. Vreelaud, P.lstor-Service5 at II

': I -t speed. George Strong of Montgomery was a. m. and h-'i' p. m. Sunday schoolat \:e"-n':: \ .,. :'t : ". ,: -- -

z .- officers chased him several; in the city this taornitg. 9:30 a. m A. H.D'Alemberte. SOS+'I I :.. L< .;, M. .; l'...,-.=::..:_, Nc n 1'.ra_ _

.1 a *-. Sriug all the tune and fnght- Arnold F.ckhoQ of New York is superintendent; Epworth League at MEYER SHOE CCFt ,
/ tl almost! to death. staying at Merchants.. .; 7 p. m., Mr. Cads Shackelford presi i. MARITIME.
dent. Ladies' Aid Society will meetat
> r u/he;: sought;; refuge in a houseiiIj Henry Becker of Chicago: is a recent -' the church Monday at 4 p. m. FuniMicr- for Ca..h Only.

w : z rite capture wa effected with arrival at toe Merchant ---
Palafox Street Church Rev. J. M. -\1:1:1\: I EHHa1'fe .
ubla. Pator Services Hjr.Ja Salerno :
Dannelly, tomorrow
Philip Adam. of London is a recent : Faroduv

G ; + f: .:\ulk and Jackson arc, implicated prominent arrival at the Merchants.Mr. at 11 a. m. and at 7:30p. in.; Am tea brottrrs i.; Kelly. KeyVt :o
t, Sunday school at 9:40 i a. m., Mr. mailer .. ..................... ....+.............. aM.
t $ our lanes to the extent of being .
1 ; W. M. hill left this morningfor -- -- --- --- '- -'- -
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J. N. Andrews, Supt.; Mr. J. A.I j ji CLEABLD. .
W!'': another party when they tried Jacksonville to locate perman Am ss Pensacola Let-cS Ualvestao with
i! Avant assistant. Epworth League ::\IIIJ ton c"nlItaUs Dress Goods Specials
officers believe they were ently.F. t : :
t :.ave : i'at 4 p. m. Sunday afternoon, W. 1'inin iuano. for Genoa with 3"i, '
A.I round bales cot luii. lio; bbltorpnUnr.I] uLhls
;Wa x'p ei-ewhere. One of them itis known, :0;. Uontwell of Birmingham is [ Goodwin, president. rosin :Slw lout pbosphute rock value .' ..

f wa- present when a stolen watch a recent registration at the Mer i: I 27 3rt5Am sch Mary T Julaby. Arey far Nsw : 0-\1'-0 .
# chants. napisA York with ;E,''Mi)fret pine lumbarhildren'a o ;
I + t wag: placed in a pawn: shop, and: a .
: A ; j First Baptist Church-Rev. F. !
.. Stephen S. Lowe, a prominent (" :Meal THE BIG STORE I
J.! :.e ( und on him today strengthens; i Jone5pa=tor. Service at a.m.and
car a citizen of KeyVeet, is in the city I A habit: which seems to possess no .
: '-s ? city's side of the case. I 7:30 p. /'Sundaychool at 9:50: significance 1 whatever to mothersis .
r ---
for few :
a days.
f' Mary Drown, colored, is also held Iin.I E. D. .B@g ,;, superintendent. that of allowing Juvenile will to assert :

li unable )lr, and Mrs. John Ward left on Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. itself In regard to tie amount of : i
.u the police station being to |
the morning train for Molino for a j i A cordial invitation extended to all i liquid consumed at tLe table, especially $5.00; i
i. ''lfl1l. a bond of $5uO required by ::
F few days outing. 'to attend these; services.The lee water. Children arc allowed to .
i t .' nuyor. She is: also connectedwit I dispose of several glasses cf Ice water .

': !) the Faulk-Jackson transaction Miss; Sallie A. Hempbill and Miss; : Church of Christ. I iu addition: to one or more cupfuls, of 2 jf:)>-BUYS THIS OUTFIT :-& :
Allie D. Carter of Milton are at the Church of Christ Corner Alcaniz tea, coflfit or glasses of milk at one

,, ,. a .1 i expt-cted t.. make a clean Merchants: today.R. : and Jackson Streets-Bible school I9ti i meal. If mothers will study the harinrul i
MATERIAL ..< ..<
h-eat-t of the entire proceeding borne W. Storrs the well-known De- a. m ; preaching: at 11 a. m. and j effects or this practice from a hygienic e ; 8 YARDS

f #' ,f E: :i.nt- todav.- Funiak newspaper man spent the ;Tenu.:30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, i more judicious standpoint,suiiervisifn they will exero.e ever :*l'the a .< ?.< LARGE SELECTION OF S1YL- ,;'

1 day in town on business.D. ; prayer meeting Wednesday cf drunk tb3! taLk .
; rr nZII.Cl'1W.: : NO 1'.r .\Y amount liquid at ;
at i:31+1 p. m lesson in Hebrews, 6th'1I ;
flruga.-t will r-f in I vour tn..nay; iff M. Rea commercial agent;; of e C -;.
chapter. We would be to
pleased i
i1 ,, ,
: \1 > '>> i MENI'ho t j ;j' laa.rru. ; For Over- Years.MBS. ; ;
i 'T>r +:dl--d.anll| : >or>-. 1'1:111.1"Rnd,' the Central of Georgia, is in the city have you meet with us. i ii'y o
; a\. i.u ih-! : fa."I.. 1 allW u d:-. business He I I 1
4 on a is BOOTHISG STSCP ha
(, a." ... .. .t-, trip. accompanied I ii WILLOW'S: : .
:v.A by his wife. I I'r'loh)If'rian. I been used for over sixty years by millionsol .
mothers for their ch.Uren while .
T1 + First Presbyterian Church Rev. : o
} 4 t, ARE INFANTS AT D. F. Fowlkes. and X. Rosenfeld; with perfect success. It soothe the child ..
Lien R. Walker P.lstor-services !
prominent citizens of Owensboro, | softens the gums.allan all rain.cureswlnd : 1
3 9tt J !at 11 a. m. and !8 i p.m., by the pastor. colic and Is the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt \ .
Ky., are in town, pleasantly domiciled I .
LAW\ COMPETENT? Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. will relieve the poor little sufferer im .
at the! Merchants.Invitations | I mediately. Hold by Druggists in every can .. .

d Christian j of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottleBe .
-- are out for the wedding i j 1 I ', '
+ sure you ask for"M Winslow's Sooth
Central Christian No.
Church a
t ,'itor. Daily Nrws.agitation. of Miss Emma Cham's and Mr. ing !:Syrnp 'and take no other kind. e.. / 1IS
;; East Romana Street-Junior Chris. I .
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J. Feltus of Natchez, Miss.; The
The of
; prolonging; the ceremony will be performed at the than Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday j OYSTERS AT APOSTLE'S ..

p public school recess hour wag not school at 10 Y. IS .
residence of the bride's father, Mr.J. a. m. ; P. 6. C. E.I I
extended by the honorable board of I at 11 a.m. I 7f i
A. Chaffin November IMh. Fine oysters today. Trv them. .
tr ducatioti to any hour proJuctive of l'ni\ertalUt. NIC APOSTLE. .. .
J. Cotter boiler
A. United States; I

j .! ,i..J result. Eighteen skilledphysiins inspector from New OrleaHs: who First: Universalist Church East FOR SEED OATS .o .. 'j

+ 4 f have said that certain injuri- had been iu town several days left Chase Street. Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J.I i .. -
j : Irwin Pastor Service? at 11 a. m. ] Seed Rye and Chicken Wheat call J
for this via
'i Apalachicola: morning ,
results will follow from !ha te. -.
i River JUhctioD,from which point he subject, "And we know that all ,, on the Mellen-Crosby Company at .

1 i1 t c. Many parents: and children will will take the steamer for his destin things work together for good to : the Alciuiz: street warehou-e. : I REGULAR otic! ORADK .... .. ..... ... ..*! : -.

1' note this and some reform will come ation. them that love God," Horn. &;:29. i ONE YARI) .lI.K OR VELVETWAIST ..... .... .

t,, Ys,4j from this, so no one i* hurt. Service at 7:30: p. m !subject;j Phone 334. ---. -:Ulm LINING...... ...... ...... .... ...... : -
;- Dr. Fancher who is at the Escam- I : I hKIKF LIXIXO ..... .... .. .. .. ...... ...... '
c; I tie-ire to comment only on one bia famous Dreams. I ha ve dreamed a dream Try Fore at Solomon'sWe ONE DOZEN FANCY BUTTONS..... .. .. .
4 Foley's Honeyand
i f I'rofesfor Graham represents and my spirit was troubled to know will launder foi SPOtf.I"ILK.. .. ..... .. .. ...... .. .... ...... :
ict- quoted in your spreads
Tar compound, and is probablyone the dream.-Dan. 2:3. Sunday I 15 cents each and make them look : S BRUSH BRAID: .. .. .. ..... .... .... ...... .
,} 'S ,i tn* morning Journal and I.e did onterdiy of the largest advertisers in his school at lo a. m. ; Y. P. C. L. like uw._ Star Laundry.: WALE BONK.... .. ...... ...... ........... . /

r >- about TJ o'clock, poll 1 10: :.' line in the country. The doctor, who ;: '
ts yt at G..30 p. m. Prayer meeting YOU SHOULD DRINK PABST NEW ; FULL
e .;; : t
i H makinhis annual round of
little innoe':nt children four hours now \ every Wednesday evening at 7:30. MALT BEER. IT IS ABSOLUTELYPURE. -
4 the state says that while in New o S.IHIe in ".(' :)Iah'l'ial.itlt rUIIHt'aft'h to ) i

ti, fib L before the school board was to meet York recently he placed somethingover ; these All are services.cordially invited to attend .. )' M.itih lor.. .. ... .. .... ..... ..... ...... .... . S.' ). : e i

i on ,us 1. (.,ti( II"i. These children are S22uOu:!:! in contracts with the i WELL DRESSED : : 00 Bays 3 yard Fancy Waist Flannel. Lining j

g iuix grades; their aes range from leading papers there. i Lutheran. $2 Button Silk, 3 "yard.; Applique Luc-, : i

t -- -- I German Lutheran Church, J. F. MISSIVES. : : Regular Value. .. ... . .. .. .... . $2. .J 4 i
4i, a : In to 15 years; their average is I Iw li
W. Reinhardt Pastor-German per- i S Sample of thee:: Materials: will be Forwarded en A, i
years: of age. Who was: best: quail- vice at lo:30: a. m. No serviceat I ;

e.a sli i fled to answer these questions these 7 p. m ; :Sunday school at 9 a. m. When you write a note you : : This Sale Good Until Nov. 8th. :
want it to have attention.It ,
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little children! or their parent*, to "
;*, I Christian Science. must be written on nice ..........................*...........1....S...*.."
etch of whom a printed slip could -
; -- i i Services at 202 West Gregory street
and enclosed
paper in a
} ,f m K + nave been seat for reply ten diy at 11 a. ni. All interested are invitedto I
The boaid of instruction
: public suitable envelope. Well
ago? i' attend i
held a regular meeting yesterday ,, supply the paper that will
4 A FATKOX: OF TuiiLn *IHML. No. !I.
afternoon and turned down the request -1 SahaliuIrmy.. i fill all requirementsIN ,
'k K)01) CII.\\GI S PEOPLE of the city board of health fora Every one i is cordially invited to I I I
t- t J I + -- attend tbo the FLOUIDA,
t meetings at Barracks Ion
Roth .lult. and lUUifs. change in the present school BULK OR
4 DeReache Hreet. Holiness meet-1; Southwest Gorier Palafox I and Ga-den Streets.A .

$ Rabies can eat and thrive ou the hours. I lug Sunday at H a. m. ; Junior class: i iI ii IN BOXES f FEW VERY DESIRABLE: DWELLINGS, J *
kind of food that their elders
same Captain Hays of the health board meeting at 2 m. Salvation
p. meet- ,
i do. when that food happen to be i' jt *4 J jt ..*. %<. STORES AND OFFICES F' :.
I GrapeNuts."Our ] was present; and was heard with respectful -: ings every night at S o'clock in the and all the popular shades

little girl had i'l'a.m," I attention. His Barracks: ; open airs! at7 p. m. Capt. j and weights.Coe's i
writes Mrs. Geo. 1> Noble of \\"E-t arguments 'Callie Holder Lieut. i Two large dwelling, 2-story on North i iBaylcn Two stores connected t I.v ,
I r the line in Kellar j street with all modern with 8 room and ki!<-:,"n t
e Union la., cau-ed, the physician were on already printed officers in charge. ,' ces, gas. "water and In residence conv"olen-I ...
(o\ernment street, near 'la-
R1 food. He adied
said, by improper CltYHAJpt-rannuw.
r ,; these columns and the questions Bookstore I .
the did rent M whole, or .eparat'l. i> "
diet of milk but net train ''
a 1 Seamen's Friend Society. i Large and comfortable dwelling, ?-tory !
: ? in either health, weight or bright- answered by eighteen physicians with gas and water throughout! large lot. I, rental.
The Seamen's Friend Society will with outhouses located on the corner of'''
and we tad to continually use
t ues, also formed a part of his allegations. hold I'ENSACOL.I-FLA. La HUll street and sin Ave.. t-io per month. The MGInn Balldinz. :<.r'..
phyic.We religious services at 3:30 p. m. 1 -- J' mmt and Tarragona str...t-. ".
were simply wild hopele* : Prof. Graham, supervisor of city .. Sunday in their reading room on'' AdPslrableone-story dwelling containIng I,, fur boar-Jln" house. Appiylw,
T roorat and bath. e&* and watersthroughout ]
rl and miserable over our little one. schools Mrs. A. K. Suter, Miss South Palafox street, in the Corner ANNUAL13ALLto south frontage! within e.y I ,
t ) For !n long time I bad been readingof i reach of Belt and North liili car 1i04: Will I 1.argestore-roOm.corner Ktendeacia "
} Grape-Nuts, and perhaps by inspiration Fredericka Loftin and Miss Andrews II i building nortn of the Scandinavian j I lease for 1.30: per annum. I streets, x13 pet muut

'- I and be- church. Seamen and citizens of all be given ondrrtbe > kfewo6Jea PilafoT ;
L : is bought a package: j Two-story dwelling rnntining > room on i
feeding them to her. After the teachers, were present and denominations auspices of near Bell Line, Xo 21u N. Barcelona street. "Tnieen building." an1 a ..r
giu are invited. H.
10 C.Cashman .
-i : i iI
\\ill lease for l-ii) per cnam. I! auto-room,suitable for mar _
,A p, second meal we used no more physic substantiated a number of claims '
''! I ;' j and have never used any since.. I secretary. HOPE LODGE NO. 2571 -
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behalf of the schools
: put forward on I I
t' It was wonderful to see her improve. Saints )leetlni /:. i ji j, Ulia.slats: of Examine the corks Genuine Schlit- bee
t Honor on
s Hei weizht; was Iii. pounds at two 'among which were the number of

s years ; now it is 27 pouod; at two enrolled attendance i Latter Day Saints will hold ser AT WARRINGTOX, }'LA"Is' every bottle of Schlitz and the name branded (1' "
t t, years and: font months. The doctor | pupils average vices in Saints hall 52S East Chase
i : ODD I ELLOWS that branded corkDcn't '
; had fear for her brain the spasms : number who were permitted to leave street, Saturday and Sunday HALL. see they are \ accept s
4( having come from her spins but the nights( "SchlitsS \\tutes.
i data. All this at 6:30 o'clock Elder Roberts I
Ii j continued use of Grape-Nuts has and other interesting preach- TUESDAY, NOV. 20, 1902,

1F: it made her perfectly well and there was: submitted by Prof. Graham I ing. All are invited to attend. !l 'I I will repair your watches and You can get your ) <
y is not a brighter child in the State f FOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF FUND. jewelry in first-class style. J. Joteph6lS. .
;!, today than our little girl. i after the city health officer had fin- : Cut this out and take it to any ': ; i furnished complete (1I1.rr.

'; r Everybody remarks about her 'I ihed his talk. I drugstore or medicine dealer and Refreshments will be Served. 1 ston\$ Quints on eLixij t '

_ Ii beautiful complexion and her bright, I pet a free sample of Chamberlain's ,
11 witty speeches. We are never now j The board then took up the matter Stomach and Liver Tablets, the best ADMISSION MEN 50 CENTS When you call for Schlitz ments, weekly or mOllIJ;
A 4 without Grape-Nut and often thinkof and rendered a decision which effects I physic. They cleanse and invigorate I -
the awful period when we were in I ,' the stomach, improve the appetite INDIES FREE. beer see that you get it. ASK HIM Fort A lit 1),1""

1s ;9 t such desperate straits. If I can in no change in the system, but j and regulate the bowels. Rega- Look at the cork and see

any way interest others, I am more | the health officers were thanked for ; lar size, 25c per box. Tickets will include free transpor-i that "Schlitz" is brandedon The finest line of nmorn. >-
,, 4i a than willing tell them all I can tation for holder and one laly: from city i3 at J. I. Stephen* ,I
-'- is I about Grape-Nuts. i the stand they assumed. I i ASK HIM FOR A HUDGIXS' 5c Pensacola to WarriDjon. i! it. :at them.

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