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 13, 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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.) It should bs with unfeigned gratitude that the people of Fi&rI -- ----
iJa will assemble with annual thanksgiving to make acknowledgements t'

\ Recognition7..'of. the United Mine: ; to Almighty God for the rich blessings received during the J Annual Convention Daughter of ; !; | |

> year that drawing:? to: a close;; '

Workers. : To the people of our !State it has been a year of confidence, Confederacy. 1' i I !. ;I

It bff-n good ; the trei; =ures of our fields, gardens mine' and forests, I

-- -- ".(3 hive been p tired forth in increasing: quantities, and every pith of 0 i 1 I i
I I i I'0 lioiie-t toil has led to comfort contentment and happiness.; A I
.1 fr highly favored people, mindful of their dependence on the bounty I : : I :
\j v: of the liver of all gooJ should seek occasion ,
tl ill! Coal Companies PLUCKY GIRLROUTSJIECRO \ fitting to express 4 f..any Private Hojses
I.: their feeling of gratitude and adoration, and should rejoice at each J
sf President Mitchell Thrown Open to the. :
I > annual occurrence of these seasons when hallowed memories should 9 : ''

: >e Mine. Owners Are I I.I I :p fill our thoughts and Christian love and charity characterize ia a Round of

.I, This Point our acts. *. Been Planned For Them. I I i i

I 0 It has long been the beautiful custom of our people, on a day in ; I
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uly Special to The Daily
each year: especially consecrated to personal: piety and public devotion .

: ; !:.'.-That the anuAnrs MAUDE TOMBLIN WITH HAT PIN I J with grateful hearts to give thanks for all our blessings in the New Orleans.'Nov. 12.-:-In ;

:., will ret BEATS OFF WOULD-BE : past, and to devoutly supplicate their gracious continuance iu the : once of a distinguished .' ( {r

n' \ nort to make the future. 9 home and abroad the ninth

"'" Unit.'d Mine Work ASSAILANT.[ o Now, therefore, in conformity with custom an d the Proclamation vention of the Daughters of ;

.in ii=ue In the arbii : of the President of the United states of America, IY.. 8.JEXXIMJS : federacy was opened today at I

;' .>)\\' in progress u GoVernor of the State of Florida, do recommend the obser"ance ington Artillery hall, which I

i \' the replies Mitcholl.ivaihation to t'aei'r.idfut Special to The Dally News: J of Thursday, the 2ith day of :November, A. D. 1902, as a J beautifully decorated for the !a

: John : day of thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God for His mercy and J sion. 1 '
..: which have Columbus. Ga., Nov. 12.-As Miss\ Delegates to the i
I. goodness vouchsafed to our state and people. .
L 1 i.utiikt- commission. Maude Tomblin a young girl I! yearsof poured Into New Orleans from :
: His protecting care guide us ani keep alive in us a j 1 1
patriotic -
I" 'r ot these answers In age. who works at the Bibb mm.on tions of the south and when I
.at of Pri-sldent Ha r. North Highlands, was going to her i love for the free institutions given us a hf ritage. JJ vention opened early in the

1. u out yesterday, and tome on Cast Highlands] early last In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my t there were reports here ] ] 1 I
'. ,,na !al] emphasis and night following a roadway in a rather hand and caused the Great Seal of the State: to states. Many private

,.:%' un this point. They lonely part of noithwest Rose Hill 6 be allixecl. *. been thrown open to the I I II .

.: -.-:lU<; the mand3 she! was accosted by a strange negro. : \ --- j Done at the city of Tallahassee, this eighth day J a round of entertainments !! : I
> an i increase" of pay The girl ran and the negro followed. SEAL. planned fur them during their I :
a of November, iu the year of our Lord, one : '
., t. !action of hours She warned him to da her aon! -. saying +. .-"""' When the convention ?i
t thousand nine hundred and two, and of the ) i I
; fi,,- the weighing her uncle, a policeman, lived in a prayer by the Hev. Gordon :! J
.. J Independence of the United states the one a I i
H-nt of coal. ahead. 11! '
"- 11'( Louise just a short distance the hall was filled with
.. ,. 9 hundred and twenty-seventh. 1
.' :r t, .' duthra- was not frightened and! ran in fr..n: their lady fiun'ls: and \' .' I ;
.. irplbs\ ; Sli' WILLIAM l. JENNINGS
:I. of the girl tlock'ng hir'p.tOi. J con!* .Irracy General
In -tate'any- t- lid to escape him by turning: ; a?,.'" s By the Governor. Attest: Governor. Ni
t3: I hut he turned to the same sit! "l Ih,- : H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Hecretary of State: 0 sonages occupied seats on '
', : ,ed3' load and kept her bad: The n<'s r o form. Mrs. F. G. Freret, of I
9 G.G.e..G.Ote?.34A.ASOZ. I :
Hidani .. C ec f t 4l/S I
1 d : I then advanced upon her n-i'.m: ; a chapter Hon. 1:. B. j I :
., .: .- 1 1i'.i I desperate attack upon the girl i wth resenting the go'-ernor, and : I ] !

\ !.J" the evident Intention of consnttiir; mayor Kophle] made addresses ]
'' f .'. f Ulmm : I a"ault. NO TRUTH IN EAGAN LOSTIN come to the delegates. I I'

The plucky girl drew her hat p::: Rounsaville president! of the ,
:A !n" t,,, !f'. : .I..1 1 lunged It at the negro and sh' THE REPORTSpecial SNOWSTORM ters responded. ,
I' I.:. .. : ,1. ,. 1 :I'-ves, stuck it in him. lie strud. I ] I '' I,

C1r.' '. 0.\3 1 1.f. .u the breast and also aught h''r -- !! f i i r

:<> 11..1; the neck: trying to throw her SHOT FRIENDBY ]
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i It... I iu: > ground. The girl Is strong
j I .W age: however and resisted stoutly, New York :OU12..-With referenceto Savannah Ga.,' No12..-Benjamin

MINER : at the same time making desperate the report that Germany and Great F. Ea an, brother of President JohnM. i i I
I effort to stick the n'groth the pin. Britain intend acquiring PortugueseFast tasjan of the Central! railroad su- -- I t I :

ROBBED OF FORTUNE : Finally, alarmed by her Special to The Daily News.
lafRed by her stout resistance he nn Portuguese minister! to France, in an of the Great Northern railway is I ] : I :
away lie carried the hat pin eitherin interview said according to a Be raildipat'h just in a snowstorm in Montana.A Hickory Fiat. Ga.. Noi. 11. : I ,
his hand or Ftickins in his flesh from Paris: hunting party left Kalispel, Mont.. H. C'obb: was shut and almost I

: "h.e I ':Lily Sews the girl did not know. The negro wasA "There is c(.t one word of truth in seven dajs! aio: and soon after theirdeparture ly killed by the accidental I: i
l !i'I1.\\ .1 l for the mountains a terrific of a pistol in the hands of .
ft I :
: : a an-'r. the report, and believe me, if consent
:'1 III.! :!!. IS at. 1 pose with blood hounds is hunting to make such a categorical declaration \ snowstorm occurred and no word ris Monday aiternoon. ,

'" J.,..IMI inili.. for him.ACCIDENT. it is because similar retorts has since! been received from the The accident occurred in I'' I II
of It. T. Jones where Cobb :
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h Gumn.i.i with regard to the Portuguese colonies ,
President pagan receives telegrams ployed as a salesman. The
.iTlxe of'rau '.
dest rc a contradiction. On eontraiy -
'I..,; city. and! i* TOBOBBIE they Mute themselves. Their! from Montana hourly, but no word oftr.e was old and lusty, and it .1'i i I :

c :id: at Ud\.u.I! I very extravagance is sufficient proofof missing brother, who was a member thought to he loaded. :' I ; I
r the has been receivedand looking at the when it .
Uier had era l In' !Ifi WALTHOUR their inaccuracy, but I contradict of party pun : j'
hack to Fraii'rstood tiem emphatically and unreservedlysolely he has almost despaired of ever charged the ball entering ; 'I i
him alivn. side and ranging through ;!, ,
t :<- Knglisa: for the purpose of putting the seeing again
". a lodging house Searching parties have been organized and out on the left side !
public upon their guard as I am convinced I' i
Special' to The Daily News: l such epos! are put Into circulation and! every effort Is bring made Cobb leaves a widow and : '
" ; locate the hunters if they are yet dren and a number of :] i
:r treasures e3rpI. Atlanta No12.:.-The beet and for !speculative purposes. to ] i ;
:- I iTiavers i went out fastest: race ever ridden on a track is ; "rortu al has not the slightest intention alive, but the storm is still raging and was a man of high moral J r i
.i watch he Is jeii.duced no sign has been found of the mn. Morris was a prominent (' [ j
to her colonial
; Atlanta was last night brought a of parting with i t
I search will he continued is almost crazed with grief '
The as longas
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close by a spectacular and exciting loss's';-:ions, nor of any portion of
!'+I. returned shortly : there is possibility of rescuingthe accident. Cobb being one of f
I spill in which Bobbie Walthour. champion them either to Great Britain or any '
;. : lJne.'hl'n hoi' of the world and Joe Nelson, his other i> 'wrr."Furthermoie.. hunters. personal friends. : ; .

1 became violently closest competitor, with Gussie Lawson to prevent any pos>i- ,

.' I. in charge by the paieniaker for Walthour and R- bility of error or misunderstanding! ; I MAGKAY'S WILL FICHTCOMBINATION t

I G. Bennett pacemaker for Nelson, :allcame may assure you that the British government BODYARRIVES 1 .

CjOppl'U.The never has made any proposition ,
I CANCELS 'WALLENGAGEMENTS quartet landed in a close mass. directly or indirectly concerning t t k t t !
Walthour came from the fall with his Portuguese territory in Africa." ]
! collar: bone broken and a number of -. i i
abrasions on his body. Nelson received Special to The Daily News: Special to The Dally News I !i t I i

but one cut and had his shoulder SEARCH FOR New York.'Nov. ii:-testing In"a New York Nov. 12.: '! l
strained. Bennett had his leg Injured mortuary chapel a large room ganization has born effected [ { .

: "' I Tally Xews: llghtly. Larson saved hlmse!" LOST TREASURE'! having been fitted up between independent cigar and i

'"' \ 12: ,-ti Jmu..1 I* through wearing a football head dress I decks for temporary use. tie for the purpose of fighting ;I t II t
Twain) has )been from other than a severe shaking up : body of John W. Mackay arrived todayon nation stores recently opened !: I i I i
jl I! his which stunned him for a minute. the White Star liner Oceanic from out the city. Four hundred
engngemensit Special to The Dally News. ] : I'I'f
is reported on Walthour was carried from the track Liverpool. Mrs Mackay and her were enrolled. (' \
11 rniug Illness of his and taken to his home for an exami San Francisco. N.iv. -The Chronicle daughter Princess Coloma, were passengers were presented for the I I s
in the Hudson. I nation. There his collor bone was ] says; that there is r.o longer ar.y on the same steamer.Jumptl I city into districts for the '

.' her marriage in found to be broken an accident which doubt that the o.<:'ft of the schooner better carrying on the fight. I I I .
>' i ia. daughter of will cause his retirement from cycle Lusia I), about ready to sail for th. on a Ten Penny sail '
racing for some time to come. south is to attempt to recover a part t
r.'mira. She is CO The little daughter of Mr. J. :X.
of the treasure !ost in 18S2 by the RUN DOWN ; I
an inverted rake
Powell jumped on :
PILES. burning of the Pacific mail steamer
Goblin! late off the Mexican made of ten penny nails, and thrustone
Constipation;; Is mostly responsiblefor ;; ;; Manzillo on f I
MAGHINERY DEALERSIN coast.The nail entirely through her foot 1 !
piles. Masses of hard, dry faeces
wreck caused the loss of ?outlives and a second one half way through. a
packed in the bowels press on the J ;
and propert'alUM at tl.75'.- Chamberlain's Pain Balm was
reins such extent that the I I
SESSION to an ;
I :KM). Much of this amount was in the promptly applied and five minutes I Special to The Dally] News: I 1
circulation of the blood is interfered
I form of bullion. and a considerable later the pain had disappeared and Maryvllle Ky., Nov. 12.- ; i :
with, the veins in the rectum become quantity of it never was recovered. no more suffering was experienced.I of bloodhounds put on his 1 r
., Daily News. expanded and piles is the re- : I' j
C In three days: the child was wearingher authorities of Fleming
f' !iin.* Nov.' 12 --The sult. A Violent Attack P Cored shoe as usual and with abso- named Burgess, of Tilton, I 1 r :
Cure the constipation: by using
n'y and Machinery "Last winter an infant child of lutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is ed today on the charge of : '
i'.. HEPATICURA and the piles will Peck going i I ,
'n met in annual con violent ter Peck. was 1
in form
mine had croup a a well known merchant of Forkland,
far ad-
lay with more than heal themselves not too the pike last evening 4
< vanced. As HEPATICURA is en- says Elder John W. Rogers, a Christ- Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and
when at
!"'ntA11 souther, ville and Grains,
f '' ; tirely free from irritating effects, it ian Evangelist, of Filley, Mo. "I heals such injuries without matura- shot and i i f i
-'nt he
'U' Today's sesncd spot was
: to the of Is well to take it in advanced cases:!!, gave her a few doses of Chamber tion and in one-third the time required I
reading to keep the faeces soft. Sold by all
lain's Cough Remedy and in a short by the usual treatment. For
druggists:!! Chocolate
_--- time all danger was past and the sale by all druggists and medicine Hot j -

; : F F <': .u-t will only cures croup, but when givenas '
not atone for mon's.The .
'. being passed on the public soon as the first symptoms appear, MEAT & MALT has a marvelous _- '
of having; dessert! for Schlitz that will prevent the attack. It containsno dietetic value. While refreshing and finest line of
-: +the oil" in flavor. ; see every harmful substanceand
.. pleasant to take, it helps assimilation and silver novelties
/ < cork is branded "Sclllit1 may be given as confidently to goods
:: t a baby as to an adult. For sale by of food. Sold byDAKXHEISSER found at J. I. Stephens'.
Force Solomon's. 'udgin-s. lIie'-esl ftdr5c. all druggists and medicine dealers. l BROS. please all. -+- ... ... f

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I : ; Acquitted of Murder of Mrs. Adarrs. Curse

: Famous Trial Ended.
Bec -\Jse
Why I New York Nov. 12.-Roland B.

j : !'Ii Molineux was set at liberty jesterday OF

_: ; of FjsI Its component parts are all wholesome. I' d I I I,, ;. after spending nearly four years 11
prison and being once condemned t>
Syru p It acts gently without unpleasant" after-effects. : ; :: death and twice placed on trial for DRINKITKEH

i IS It is wholly free from objectionable substances. 'I'i ':, his life for the murder of Mrs. Kata-I

I ,.t {Re-best faily) laxativeIt I : !' 1,1 I :; erine J. Adams.
But thirteen I
of I minutes sufficed for the KN
It contains the laxative 5 plants. III
1' l Jury to reach a verdict of acquittal at
;. It contains the carminative principles plants. ;:i I the close of a trial that has lasted WHITE RIBBON REMEDY

: is It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are '' il! : four weekt, the first trial which resulted A'o lust;. AV pd"r. (11, J.'
pure. I'I
agreeable and refreshing to the taste. 1 ia Mollneux's conviction and !tratcr tea, or ct/ee /,/'< 'it.i.

; It is gentle. !1J H! ::7. sentence having been prolonged far : White Ribbon Kemedywin ,' -- .
; i about three months. the diseased app>-tUe tar alt, >

-i: It IS' pleasant. All are pure. ''I.': :i j i.'. The ,verditt which vas confidently! l inebriate. whether, a "tippler the patient;" sooiai,t a I

All are delicately blended. 1.1 : drunkard. Imposlblctoraijv"
anticipated was greeted with an instantly .
for alcoholic
appetite IK.UU-
_ It is efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. I J ; suppressed outbreak of ap! White Ribbon Kemedy. At

., : I plause. Justice Lambert Ufr'ing dilev- Indorsed by Merulx-rs of \\ t -j ,
Mrs. Moore cress superim! '..
: It IS not expensive.It Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to r i erej a stern admonition that no demonstration man's Christian Ternperanr. i
would be permitted.It turn. l.'allforDla.11.. .. ,
the originality and simplicity of the combination. : White Ribbon Kerned) or. \ %
: is good for children. : was Just thirteen minutes after drunkards and the cure ".&\ '
: ;: ; :, \ ; the jury:: retired when word was In many cases the Kenudj 110 nr

I It is excellent for ladies. To get its beneficial effects buy the genuine. : : .:.f I, } brought to the court room that a verdict (cretly.lorbe White I cheerfully Ribbon K.-ni.reronmi,: ,
: ''I I : ; our Union are delighted Iii' ,
: bad been reached. Court officers
: i mical treatment to aid u. .
I : It is convenient for business men. Manufactured by I. i shouted for order. and a hurry call ance work."

.j '' 1' was stn for Justice Lambert: who Druggbls or by mall,
: It is perfectly safe under all circumstances.It :. ,I. was not to be found in his chamber.ft free by ruing Mrs. A. M. Townsenfl tOt

i'.: .: : I .\ was 3:23 when the notice was received 'years! secretary of a Woman s Chr,'t-
: is usml by millions of families the world over. E: :;, and it was 3:43; o'clock when ian Temperance Union 218 Tremon'
Ii5YR41Jp 'I St., Boston, Mass oi'i I .
IjOI3LA Justice Lambert took his seat. Mol! hannah Bros., '.'1 S. l'a'..." i -
J Y It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. :ii I { ineux. who had Ix-en brought intoI I

court on first notic-e from the jury
If it have the best laxative: : the worldproduces. : : .': I oaaitAI4; I hiIIt M ::
_ ::':'IIJm( you use you San Fr .nclsco.. CaL ,'I 11\1'\ .. was calm and confident as ever. Bar- milt
.1 ;, I: tow S. of his h'an'j
I : Louisville. Ky. New York. N. Y. : Weeks I ;j I : : across tie rail and whispered to him. .I "tPl1U"f It
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: j<'fJJ: sALK BY ALL IKA1I1M Uirtl-lJH. '.
; "It's all right. The time tells "
n which THE NKWoenetit I : '
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:.. ==__-.=_-, ,_--.,' '- _' :. "I never MuM it." :Molineux r1- I II their goods to ti I \ '

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that the suspense was veiy hard I i Lt'avell"lekt'n. .
upon him. Leaves itarrancai
I Leaves rensacola
: As Justice Lambert tol' Arrives Biirrani ,
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4' 1 I make a to IaruB I- \
trip '

k1i; i' Mar.l.0 Hopes lo\rorm. li-New T- Duiof Cabinet.: TV- i I TEDOIE[ EKROBTE, FOBKISSISSIPinWAMPS AnO! ( 'IY.Missionary:\. Y Conference.Xol:!.-(}.'nE>rd I Saturday Last t Day his there soat mnst!it' be notified no demonstration the audtance tint anl:! I' : t'lti to PickeiisLeaves BarraacaLeav iarraiiciLearHH --

t1'I .( ?tI tuan. and :Marshall Lit-; Domingu"z) I ni-.4na'y i < onicr. nc< of too Methodist : then in. trurt.-tI the cleik to it th- I feu.acorn

4 have ah! > >lutl ly (!ee.n.l! to support I Kr.s: <-oil| l church began in "th'- question to the jury. j Leaves Arrives" Plcken* ,
I Harrant.irlp
-4't I :nor Sacasta In the formation of a \ \ C ity today and will continue for thj ":\1 t cuilty." said the foreman in I : to MeP.-e and I '

Liberal ('{m< ', rainnet. Senor w.-ok During that tim venous a> reply to the formal inquiry and Mo; I OaVednedu*' d -

,,1 riagasta WHF rfv.d in n I41iPc4.! '.\. propriation.s for missionary purposes! DR. G. GOLDSTEIN Ir.eiix. who hpd been standinp to r.- 3oat wiil lea vi< K i"3US

.t 4 ;f King Alfonso! this owning. and! suheequentiy To Speirl Week in Chase of will be I\-\ iilf! 11 i>on. and reports( will c The General Kr
: 1 tutu a reprcM-ntative of th v be ;presented! from the mission di.-j jtrkts. I chair purpose11111 and : .

t.:1i: ASjJaH'I1 l Pnss that ho ho]>* birfiopsf I THE EMINENT Thi re was a hurst of applause !luit lave a r'Ifr"l} t1:Ii. -

able to form a (-: ')im t with th. assistance the church and delegates from every it wa quelled hv thiioin; I j take r-:--.i-' '

t 4 of Scnor Riibdo and expect" I district contt-Tencf are la a.ttt'ndan.'t' oflliers. llstf'! I.amKTt orm.-r..ul\ tI!: ; .
I c to pn sent the:: king WmHrru'Uh a An address ftf welcome on behalf nfthe OPTIC SPECIALISTAT court ek-arM ant told the j.mirt-, '

ff 4j. list ofrit' i mJi.h': Executive Goes as Guest of President : Methodists of Albany was clrliverM remain! (In the.'r seats until it It .t-- The Beer
cleared.! Then after counsel 1 for N''isidfls
the K'v. S. St
by E. 't'PJs. aft>T
II Fish of the Illinois Central Road. had! ontrratulat each otli. I
Killed by Elevator. which the work of organization wia i That MadeDANNUL -
tf: Wa hlngton.ov.. l2.-harle.:? Anticipates; Sport;: With' Much Pleas propedt.d! with. THE ESCAMBIA HOTELDr. and the J.iry.: and had I thani..111'" .t,

I Faunci1. a i iintPT.! 39 ycam old. was ure. fourt. .TII RA imliert oidrred tv- "t--i : \

tzY Ii Lt struck ar.d instantly fclllt-d by thp - rilc11n llandriti of Trurn .\j;<>. j mal diwharpe of Molineux Ae'! i"\ I :

;& ;tt eceortini; w.4hs; in an cJevator shaft l'ittsr.Jr:;. Nov 12.: -President Rio;. '. In manuscripts of the ninth and truth j of at l l'la.t a ti'.ouSJinfoIlO.t! < hr- ; I tR r!l,

":i"* t in the patn.t: offle building! today.He veil [KftiM-d through IMtshurg at It(): :J" centuries we have iiicturra of cradlt'ifrtk1 i lag for f'rf'nPraloJinl'ux: and! Ins --"i I

I bad IranM into th. taft to kxateen thIs morning tnr..utc to a i*>int :u uf part of a tree trunk dug out j jwith I :: : : ? iLi: a# thoy left the court room w,t'i' I II

ri artlclp which had fallen from an :Mhisiipi.i where he has arrange 11 I holes bored through the sides fur j ""**... Olcoy, and \Vuk; i! -IS-

tipper floor atxl ''<< : the' pisase of strn!; intended to tie I VICTORIAMADE
the t.iiuy down in !his U-tl. These dn '
j -
j ( j
the cage was in motloa. Itoar as the gust of Pr.osldt'ut'i::1. j
B'' j out cnidle-i! are still common in modern I I A PO lcnuN'S TESTIMONY. .
01'thl' Illinois C-ntial r.1 lnr.ul. He i- j : BY ACMK I I'.K: UISKSr ;
-if a't I; \Vben to consult the I J. N.
: rl''t. we ceiiie j I'atteron. night: 'IlIlic"II1:1 n
Large Hominy Mill Burned. tm\fJiu on a sx'<'iul train of thic' I -
( zmmmmmn'crihuts and ba' -relk-fs! of the fifteenth : "f Na-hua, la.: writ.* : Lust winterI : 10-CKNT: i im )nir isr
fiij .31 St. Jo'h.! Mo.. Xov 12: -Th. Hlld. cars, and i is a '(-onn,anifl by
$ 8P'I't't.a'1 century we notice that the cra- I hud a bad cold C'1my hlll:.{- and IN 10WN.DA.NNHEISSER: .
.: \. nut Hominy rom!;. Itl" of th(? larRv-t ry Coru-lywu. and his I'hy 1<: .. I tried at least half dozen advertNed
are no longer mere a.skets or
ij concern flf its hind! in this swtion I G. A. Lung, of the naIh' \\-ihI go 1 cough medicines and had treatment I BR05AOEXTS !
: on rockers but little swinsin!
J'4 i}. *' of the country. was totally -stroyp/l dirot-t to Memphi.s! Teun without beds susjwiii'i l between two pillars. from two physicians without !getting; FuR TIIK I'M.I liRA {
t; 1 Ly fire at an early hour this rnorninj. stops. passing through Coluniliua and 0. Goldstein the well known :i fly bent fit. A friend recomni'-nded ;'
j T 4: EstlmatPJ loss, $lUU.tlliO. Cincinnati over the Pvnusylvania the prototype-. the modem bcrccloiinctte. OfMc hpecialirt, will remain in 1'cn- Foley' Honey and Tar and twothirJsof I I. ?, Bamcr f lushi-!'

,, s.icolu 1ff'w He a bottle cured I
daylonger. me
ikStopping eonitler -
lint*. From Cincinnati to Louisville! Main Home-401 S. PilJ-x -' "
I I' at Hotel K-cambii. wli'-re it the grente-t co'iirh and lung
; .
iki HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. I the train will run over the Lotiisvill' Hie Ilnria of Damp )(00""". lie invites all de"n ing to have glae medicine in the world.V.. A.J I.R. n. Exchapi,'"-Opp. I I'm I J > .

P. H. Duify of; A-hley Hi .write? : :I' and Xashvil: >. and there will take th It is dangerous to health and even to I: adju-ted to tluir eje to call upon I D'Alpmberte, 121 :-:. I'.ihfox ::;1.Foley's 1'. O. Box :!1'1. }'P- Il'''; J. .

i HiirKvig Central 1. reaching Memphis tomorrow iil'e in a dump moldy hou(>. or one him The Doctor asks a careful Phone-" I liri-at'-J '
I .
"This i is cHufthat I h.ive I
to : taken; ,] I II .
i' morning. wh....- hf will "e I built over a moldy cellar. Many years perual: of the following; :
two bottle- l.1''-.yNithiy Cure Honey Tar
: 'I Joined by President Fish and thfi ago the lAindon! Laiut-t in an article ondiplitberiu I Having; hud many year- experience and
-ajf and it ha- helped me m.>re than any ;i, jviurn.'y u Mississippi will lit' mai'.fi traced he disease in certain I with a I large practice, I :am enabled t>rcliJclrcn.SBfc.sure. So onIatr'. PROFESSIONAL lAHi.

pr 1 $ Lci other medicine. I tried many: adverti&d ,i, over the Ya.u.aud :Mississippi\ Va!-I ca'-es! to the prvsenct of certain molds: i tortlieve those per-on having _
remeJie*, but inne of them l-) and fungoidowths which setnicd to "j allY iiilinei t of the ey'a causing pain W. C. ROWE, m. D.
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land imperfect -liTht. I will !givey.'iia L '
gave me any relief. :My drtijii-t :| Camps Already Prepared I lie brealljctl into the throrit. Kemember. satisfactory examiniitiou: and (lithe i' i I Office: 17 -. S. TaUtol

r ; recommended Koley'Kidney Cure I The destitation of the president! hai one of the best disinfei-tants ii eyes with suitable glares.In I Hours frDin to v.. a. in ami It '

t !; :; j ; [; and it has curtd me. Hefure comliieticiiiK been kejvt a s*-r.-t. Hunting with a I Him Moldy cloths. such as shoes nail I the rapid progress! -cienceand ; If You "aye ,mil itfl>-i 7 1' i locK i:
other articles that unfit for scientific invention for the
are use, I
it- u-e I was in such a I pal Phon.o GO.: :
calory i is not to the president's !likIng!
tt shape that; I could hardly meet up should Lie destroy t'llit once. I ten or fifteen yearmuch ha.been: -, i'l
i1 i when oncf down.V.. A. D'AIem and it was for that reason that h'l done to discover>r the real cause of :
.. towl the hunt to which Governor los' of iual in both
berte. 121 :S. 1'al-ifox: St. Itrr Choice.Fre.1 s power young I Rheumatism CUlE YCUREUtauBtG
----- -- -- LiT-frino invited him. A camp aral !. -Y.-S. I like him well enough and old, and much ha* been learned ;

> has been prepared !in northern Minnie but tow did and means discovered to remedy i .. ?"",....Biir.Jr.-._
SmutlilTrrntmint t"marry Irrul&I -
of Corn
ti-jit you ? -
Mississippi, a few milts from ha'of the defects of the eye by the uc of I of
S Light ShtN- shoit silMx-s anil clumsy! the a man a head shorter than you glae : the great twtc-i! and ,a,.,t.I..,.c.nctqr.tsgtca. Isi. -
fho-s proJiuv corns bycramping l'OHlIII'ill;:. ralirrwd.: and it is said that one of are? :Spectacle: -houd! be u-d I wllf'nj j URIGSOL f' California i aS THLLO.SCiiM utCNcaN&Tmo .
the I**>t parks ot hound. in the sontliIs : I IVrueo1) will cure $uld b Drnitl.tL
; ( and rtil.hing a;::iinst the iliimie Lad to choose. Prod. l>etwevii ever the vision becomes in the least I rou It kiwi, curea Livtr. Kidney and
*>: joints. A ::1'1'lt iiiany of tlaMK! | >.lnlUrrcd.t.irj. waiting to I... slipped on the tra.l:! a little man with a big salary impaired either by day or night.; bladder! d.seases caiiMd by BU eit-tsqot r..A.
of Old Bruin! on th. prt'j tit 1I..mlobl'S In and big with little I.
I .. If an any cast a man a salary. tic baIt! end Ftrorctb shut unnz i im 4 'circslst .o.i
lt It Is a :ji k nlKVIT.V ]>iii t n iu3'i>n'r.s thwn Bear is rei ort<>d to lx, plentiful' ( an-i I under any circumstance-, <1'1 5i't tump for b(. it nl wonderful certificates .

,; 4; 4' 1 Inp.hjt'p:.> inri-i.-jijf li.-is a vari- thero are also said to he rom panther Tb.i'utile Trump. I the light i is unevenly refracted, and I t!I hv drueci!.'ts.rtiP.If f 1 your jwr iriieci bottle For('an11 sal!

i ; '*$ 1 ty of viiffs." and iu-irlx all WIre twnjwrary in tho vicinity so the presidentIj Joggitig Jake--Pard. yer lookin' rather such rapidly causes, whereas the eye KIiAXILI\N to fnl: very I! f supply! v
,- n !!I'f. A i">nUit' maJe of vincpar I looking forward to this SlJort wnh gay for n man that's just been bit 1'KBBLES or the FINEST: CIlYrf-: $ ncelpt b( pneX' AdJri.Uricsol I IIt ,

st'>iikid iTfadrrunibs will cure aIItU much pleasure. I Ly a ImlldoK. I TAb LHNS.KS are properly aitju-t-: Chemical Co., Los AigelesCaL 1apci. t ::y( :trt .

I 1l 11ti ; .a: ,' com in one ni;:ht. It is not ad- The train will be sidetracked! at th<-I Tired Tim-Well. the critter was a ed. the eye will not see pprfr-ut ain I or the to (Uisam .1 4 ,.

d3 ,; TlMible to l It t 11 i-oni erow.; I'ithcr rubdown nearest point! to the ramp and remain female. I'm always satisfied to give I youth. but i- *trnijth! .-ui-d ;and I I t (' -our., sail 1;. ... 'f

tht'! fori.i.itio'i] with initniw t-tur.o there until the president'sreturn t.) 'I me sent up to a lady.-Philadelphia preserved.Jn: I L. N Ernnswi[ & CO". Nw. erlfa : La T'v, 11 re 10 48'. -

or rcnio\e it with a knif,'. A htth' opt Memphis next Wednesday. The pr --- Itecord. I all cue- of imperfect vi-un.. I !
i Distributing Agents.
and headache caused ;
t Hs.itiou will( ( dl .("liIrae it |>rovideJFi l ident atof*> early this morning a.ilwaa thereby a p rf"ct 4 .- LIII U it? V
..llfrnrtire."How I spectacle will give relief. To '
9 'O
> blt> 2'110," In : '
Fi u>: s iiro worn. pfdicur- engaged on bis (-orrespondenalmott f
+ I love him? his eyes tired weak. puinful: dimmed or
; 4.. :i:1I li! iu;, us in iii.inicurnii the Cl.'t sliouUlIH all day. During the shirt: father you \Th.v blurred they otTer a strengthening;:
cattle for !
; ; ? soahtt in hoi w.itt-r and as uiucli of stop here to chance engines the JHV- a rest and rffre-l>meut. In other

z. .F'1 the wa te ti: :
i'il Qt rns jK' sil.le.' I and down the platform. A large $ : Fruncisco Bulletin. ficulty, ai d the eye will hav tbt-

-4 -' crowd was gathered After sroet'nj' origimi; brightness, beauty and LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

1 t- (Ptiu "OU\. them with a pleasant "{'rOO(! mornins." r..rly Iiiiafry. I health. I It requires professioualeuidance. IS EKKKOT 1, ,'I. ImEItl.1.: Wll
r Onion Is utten liked Hewitt-How did you come to t tart! even w hen the bet;: articleis : _
soii; by pcopbk
k tlixiain! the savory It'rill president stepped off the platrorra In business as a fionnvalker? I I tiered, us the eyes arp frequently New Ofleau-J: and Mobilo.Nol. .
tiny and took a brisk walk down the trarl-'; dissimilar and they n- ---- -- -
I Jl'l\'tt-'f\\'illl.-.hll!( *. quirtC'>
ilt I other furu. 'ihcre is no doubt of ihe ,
4itJ stopping occas-ionally to sp 'ak rn .. I ---- -- --- I pound lell e". 1'\0." So.!, I !li'o :'>
vboI'sunittoI the onion and thiiMrLu 1 1:111UIim: ti-ISi! C.eav" .. ?in,40015rrIve 1\\:' 4 .
yard switchman CANCKU: Many persona u-e glares of too p i a
or an
engineer :a ah :: 1UMI) HALM I -,
& -r13 4i \ have zt,-\ .'r tried the soup| refractive !Ic..a t7: p I 1:1,2 a L'avt .. t10maton... Iavui I ." ii
$ ab on a I !great power or too -strong! .
siding.Amazed i
I I1 1100 a.;::! p 2,5. a LaveMuihilv L..ave I Ii JOn t
to u'e thix celebrated I a minifying: power, ;:supposing they .... 1Il\p\ I 1:10_a I..."..- N..w ;rl""O'l_} ..a.." I b; ., p 7 ,
ret1p4 of the eld.-r iMimus Take at His All Skin and I51no Ti-easos! ('ur,1.1! buter ------
? : for Unconventionality.The ee or economize, that! they I
thnv MrM.. L. AdamFrpdonia.. Ala., n-'t hold tliH far Ncrth.
iiiuts of soup, four ltt-nmidt crowd was amazed at !his! nr.. ">:ivpntionality. may type so away
-1: 4 tmious or ei:;;l.t coniuion white ones The I took J.otLunc I'.lood R. lni. which efjecftually from them in -o short n time. Thii *

:4'I mince them ami fry' to a golden lm wiiID with the train secret s erviin' n cutfd an eatinsr! cancer of i entirely a mistake a*, this cause* nJ6 So. !, .. So. 4. ... .... ?ojn'acola .. Arrl.e .:So.'0, I
p started to fol'nw:! i :.,> .. P D1 12Iap m .av pm'
I the the cilunn.'I. rl I
and facp. The to mx,
nose: -ores healed i causes a ... I.&v'-
L t 1i two of butter. 1'our 'Ir'lam: 'Il\7pm\ Arn1'P. Montoniery
president but he waved thm har: up perfectly. Many doctors had hardening of the Ciy'tillme L'u>lp. l1.illam gocpm' ArrmV" .. lImlnrrb"rn..L..l'v ::tiam t
4! I in two <]uiru: of water s-'ason with The police however took rare to kn I ;given up her case as hopeless: hun.t and you have to change for *tilltroiiger 7:35 p m : :lO am Atrivu'i .-.. -"'l1nll.. .. I"a,,,
c epper and salt: and l>ol until the ou 2:'-i am 8:1:) a ID .rtv.- I.ou.v,:)" ... Iace' It I 15 pm.
i the crowd! back of the end of the tram dred* of ca-e of cancer eating ; lenHm rapid succession' 1Uam lI ; Yam ..rn" ft.I"pm .
Ions are quite soft. seat the yolks ut and the president! had a cl''ar fVM! sores, -nppf-ratinjr; swelling, etc., :: and lose the power of accommodation 1I1"; m 1:1It1 p m Arrv "t' "'J.' L.av.. 1:1:, D m -
three e;:ps, uu c with the oup and The train left at in41 for the wc-s*. f I I have bees care :.4 pour the mixture' over Iju l'rliet's of I j Among other.*. )11';;. B. :M. Ouerney. eyes to different distance.. con-e- __
.,.- ;tI14tI toasted: hr<:?hl. Milk lI.ayIe; \ u::-fJ in !and as it pulled out the r :owd ch' 'r.',! | Warrior :Stand, Ala. Her noc and: | quently you will have to wear gla-st. No. 21-tally No lI-l.JaIJy ; Notnp wtwr- time not Ibo..n ;, No. :'iiis '

"trot of water in this ,oup. heartily. The president: cam out "II lip were: raw as beef, with oilensivedircbarx' : trim near and ilitant\ vision. This --;;- ...l'eaacola ...._.Arrl'.jJ fiol p-- -
the 1:1) a m 'Lu\8. ;
back patform! an'! wav<-d from the can be avoided by .a ..
poollij eatinj ?'i re. using spectaclesof 115: ollll1t: 7:13" ---------Ioe-m.a ........ 'lfo:1.1
Doctors ndvi=ed cutting. but it' proper focal power. U: 'II" 1:101 to to ..... YOlfo'trl ..... _. 10U" ,
k-' e.r l3 failed. Blood Balm If dtfective are allowed 1 ::tI" 7:11 .. .....!::OC.Qlbla ...._ U IO52 -
-', 'flu m.diimminTETi' Watts !general suppnnterinnt! : : healed the eye to U 116 7m to .. ..-.. ._ 3lalal .-.-..._ .. IOtI.. IJ
by 'rt.nthnflub. of transportation of tne r 'nnsjlvaniaHnrs. ; sores, :and Mr?. Gu rnf'i.i i.* a* run uccorrected. they are liable to !JI\I" ;::!'! a ... ..... Harp ..... ._ 10:2r" ,
tht stomach well lead to .. ........ ..._ to to '
Ltj3 as ever. Botanic Blood Balm Ial"l i some organic trouble which 12ilo 7:35 jt: City 10:15
t LLr.I i.u pnibIt. it to doIt and William Brad!*>y. snp Tinendent ) cures itching humors will uocfrritate more or less lengthy 12.te of 78j N _-....--. III too ... ..-. to 11):10" "
work eczema
V properIv of railroad ._.. (ooct .._. I
2 j It mil puri- police accompanied scabs and cale Imne ulcer i' treatment by -killed occulNi and 1.1 a m -._ Poange ,.
II paius IM" .IS" N __.. HolU .._ i-M .! the president to Cincinnati otfen ive pimple, blo .d poison car. may require an operation to be performed 2:11": ::f) ....._- -MlLltTha ....._ .:to.. 4 J..
turn aau relorbca'.tli. *-- buncles, -crofula. ri-inss: ;; and bumps; on the eyes., All thee unpleasant 2:0: @;)!.01" .-.... Crt-tlnlw ...._ 5:11" t. ,
It IViirlii' Fair. lItl 'S ;M" .......11- eer LtOnd __... N tattin .
on the ;km und all blood trouble results can be avoided to ..
a "
tittI} I 83" IIl'! N _.._ fO'iY" I:*)
; It aUo f.irt-5 Sericulture: and horticulture are toU Drnizi-t H per Ian; bottle. jrreatextent. and the ;sulterer! be relieved .:03" IIII) U .. ..leunlakIpr1og .. to .
Namt,1. J made very prominent at the St. Louis Simple of Botanic Bl'-cd B.ilm: tree I by the use of properly fittt'dsrf'ct.iCIe 4pl IIH": .... .... ..... Aryl" .._ f:.. H

': '' Pick Headache !I world's fair. The agricultural builJ- .I and prepaid by writing Blood Balm: -*. fi.JO"4:4..J' 10:10'Df,7' .. _.. .ronce.. .. Wpv1ile dO! L on..._.__ "" f:1'9 f:17"

1 ins will cover over twenty-two acres Co Atl:1nt3.0a. D"-enbe troubl" I am now i the Hotel 5v" JOIS' ." .. .... Caryvllle .__ 7:12" .
i; kjiL1' Iidigestioa.i'yspepsia I nnd tie horticnltnral one and special medical advice sent in : K-cambii. where I will remain a .IIII" 10:10' .. ____. Ronitiiy._. ._ 1:6 .' .
over sevenand
.. to 1:17"
elf' 18:41"
sealed letter. It few ) ------tbIpley
i i. fit
days: to
cHainlworth prepared perfectly ... ... ... N
Ia j a half acres. Mr. F. W. Taylor is 8J" lIt1' .l"ouo\d&e. 1:111": -
Iso.ima. and director while investi atin? ;such I remark-1' I ;and satUfactonly the eyes of any hili" 11l.! .. ..._.M&rlaaoa! _..._ '. :00" .
1o of
( ; the agricultural department able remedy as Blood Balm cures : I'one d *irln! ? it with correct glasses.; 1ao" 31:45 .. .. ..._._ Cypr.,11 ___ to :1'1" ,, '
11 IS.TOTMAECHn 5! j of the fair and actinz director!: or chief the mot awful worst and most 1 I )Iy office hours; are from 10 o'clock 7:4'J". 11f5 It rait P.1ti8_ to "30 h :
I' of the horticultural 7.e 225 noon ,___ /\nfaJl' ... 11". .
> .t. j exhibit deep-seated blood le3s.! I a. m. to 3 p. m. &:15" Ul5" HlveRlve2l1ctlon _.Liie.IF .
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HINTS<-- FOR FARMERS are Day LIGHT not and more night different AND sunshine from DARK an each! !rluu'.nv.I cl-: r A WOMAN'S' PLUCK To be Forty relieved Years'from Torture.torturing disease I PENSKCOLK: : ; : '

ln-np I'"*' Sh..I. than a l: a1tLfut! from a si-ki>' \,<../1.- i after forty years' torture might

.. ,rr' iKiixlont of the Pral- The healthr..lonun curnt :, 'li't: ,': .: [Original] well cause the jrratitudeof 3ny one. ;

fiillotrtas account sua 'aine with her wher \'tr ..b' ?:;c. .; "Joe Eixby, yer wanted fo' the ninrder Tha$ is what DeWitt's.Wit h Hazel
!I. .. "-u'llUcli may I* ,.'!: ,_ '.,.... ;\...'". T.... hex.h 0 ;..u o',*II'ii.:!:. of Turn Vena Me." :' did for C. Hauey, Geneva, O, | FAll FESTIV At '
... .
..10. ... ... .. '
The had He
\ \ )'( '1 11' .'" '' speaker up to a cays; "beWm's; Witch H.z.l

: l' ;:;':0. ('m:11" Il!" <<'I r", ;..'-\J'f, ."; .. >1"",..-;.. 'I'f" c.s.... .... ;."l .. cabin on a plantation in the south and '! : 11ve cured me of pilf- 'lt<-r I :1 15ufTrttl ,

t" .1 hay I' I 01.' I c .f_;:t \':>' O!: her ow;; 1. J- 10'11\\ ,.
aJJresMd !
'I In
sitting chair be-
a mail .
a j forty ypir Curi <' ,
l. 1 I
>l.; ; s. liul ;
.' pu
: ; lw! foil-mils; J-Uii] }I' \ \ lwpli:1:::,,; ,.' fore his d<*jr. i xby was a northern | l buru.-, wound?, *kin diseaH :
>< pa of on.- or t\\ o C '. -. :.- man: win*. ba\ing; lo,..t his health, Lad ware ni counterfeits. Harg-t i'"' Pitarruacy 1 ONE WEEI{ COJ/TING/!! NOV. 17th '
nrteUfoor on --oiiiiof ., i !
:11 .1 )
dcdileil Ihe
.pot1lers. to an outdoor life in a 1 ohn Shforpard. Sidupy Kih.lleillcal .
\\ ,,i.;. dM: all the work ,:t ,......- '._:, genial: climate. With hIs wife he had --- -

fraiiiewvik I us1'1't \ e c a n P <. tsniile
t 11"- 3I.} :.i:' {. I goue t'l.ttlt ainl MttleJ in < ;icorpa."Tow : M.icmy, Aitentor. ( i J JI
::: I. lam:; and t'i't J; 17ii JI
Ill-hcaltli in woaian is jjenerdly tr. ."- VenaUe? Who's Tom VeuaMe There will be a regular: rneetmx
I : >: 5 to G inches thick: ahle to disca'-e cf the d .liij.'i- Aorn.iiii"organisn. ?'* said r.ix y with a K-wil.kml! ii9 Pensacola Medical; !H'oaipty! ai.he I

'" -I M.I 3 la the : i Mary omen Va\e U-eu resioretl Board o' Moallh: offjt1 I ;
air. His !
: ...,1 1 Ii four rows 12ln.rttr to lu; pint-ss b\" the Use of Ijt.licrce's question wnot answered, 7 ciotkp.m. Ta"scay.! Xov 11 and 2;). Ij
Fa\onle lYewnrtion. It establishes for at the uioimLt a uumln-r of men Visiting physicians are cordia.i,> j
.' ones, tourt, regularity, dries wa',eninx i- ill of wick row. la inlhmm.liol1 and ulcerajcn and I
werv clapped! on Iiil y's writs.Iice, W. 0. DEWBEKY.President.. I I '
,K.Ithe: i>;teh of tLeCID cures teinule weal.ness. It makes vt..konicnstrong I (
Joe's wife, ranie to the door in tn '
I I., 1\\ oae-tbirJ ar.ilme \\ sick \\0:11enell.. e OB. L. DE I. BLoCKER, i 1
"I fed it nclut) to infom you that I rhetn -< i to sew her husband led away."They n25ttf Secretary. i :
a sheil' :21:! l>yi'i _
a siifftrrr lor many y.'ar' frri Ur..Io.ISo think rYe murdered fcomelxxly, .
<-a\es. Tori OCAS with nil ixmjrtum* ami C > :Mr.t. .; I'i-her ol i-w.i 1.1.1..:: ,\* t.Nt Alice," saiil JH" "ami are going to take If you want a good Bedstead :
: i s t.: iU r. which I
!\' VoiL. N; Y. "I wacort'm't
it.v ">
.I.-: IK.I't. shonM lei see a ]ih> ici in nr purdiaMtig n'-rui ,.. ,r t'.-, ine to town fur a few days, but it'llall or a nice Crib for the
or th,a coim li.t '. Tin-so were wmrj. IMilwlMiii.
In tit prni)> of i" n\ iinxV.nJIIIC'K baby, go to Marston $) II
I":'S; ..1;,'1 short i>os.tsi .i ms to tn Ur 1'1,",, > Fa"urthh.<.- It was soon alter the dose of 11)(' I
..*.npri"u. Mter ot beak ami tull" w- Quina's.Biliousness. I
i _. !11.' li-'Mf JXlvivt civil war and at the height of thocarpetbag
iil! 'iDiir iduie 1 MnisMiti coiir .. t';.'. t-v <-r each li\ :n ire hottlcof Fa\ur.ttr PrcrMrnption ,mltlifi Cays, when iwrt! orn st .
I mil! m>l u;"< any more tor ",M-nl w", ks 1
"'il!: i J'I 1' !nit: ':i\. ... 1111111 4
I.11/ MI mucn iirltrr hut still I w s not ,,11I. I tiers ia the toutb't' in owustai.t ter .
It\\ > n I id uith f./ ,1".1 I cumm..llct'd taking it aff.nn and | ** U > ,
.. !t:1: tlut I ",.-. uup'.Ain!:: l.v-ter han ot first I ror. The "committee" had iior.nciduivtu
: :ill I';' ,1' t'a ,
am not n m .Tu. ami irruab'i. and I havf
| J. for the '
x? more luqOSlit' ii iron'zinu' -
.' tt!: : 1 1 o.i-lild K('<>il color ill nu ,HCe Itftxtr A'M> ;nuiiti atiout ** --i4r |u 1Pf lg i Iills'i'
tl.n '. -itttiis.;;;. tri |xHtnil> lu v.ti.:lit aril en*, IinHuttitf tCOKJiit II' carp< timbers; than in tinnf RECfiSiS* -. *= i ;n BSa ? rf
f ir lam a new wum 1.1 oi in aim c "" "" r"** '
.. fittR- 1 -i"f > .
:: M>II '. lust ad 1 of l.'I ; : -
:l II" i I : > kb !1U(1 The kaler who offers a suljstitute for "I have Died Jour \alnablc C'AM'A- .
...I.! 1 v. ii:<'h were Favorite Trescnption doeb so to Rain !hi..! t.i .i ciui.t> s-at and turning; hmovr : III''ls and lind tU-ii p-.rf-.i. ("CouUln ilowuhci i -- --- --- -- .
i it tlii'm! I b3\t u ed tin n fo'--onir time ;
i tll i jt'l with the the little ciore prof. paid on the sale of I II Jo the authorities, they camped for. indigent loa nndbilioutuuulaninn\\' rum r. t 1
less meritorious medicines. His profit i is I pl'-tely\ cured Iiecomm them, to ei cry one '
: Ihn pur. I near a deserted lug <-al in, in whi< li Onut tried, you mil never ti, without them iu I ,I I,
I p n i out 'Mowing your loss, therefore accept no substitute.Dr. I they confined; him. After supper tli!I'y tile Umilj-," ELW. A. MAKI, Albaty;, V. ;
I'icrctS Common Sense Medical : CHAS.: G. KILPATRICK AND; THHKK; OTIIEHS; IX THEItt f i to more thor- I smoked and considered what to do \\ :Hihim. I
Ailu--er la sent frtt on receipt of blimps II CYCLE DAZXLK At:1'. :
I'.p. AfUr U-tin? I Tl.e (conclusion>1 to ghe him I
to paj' exjiense of n:< iln! onl)'. Send 21 'I I
..' hiioh u elu'il fcr ont-cent stamp for the jiajiercoveredlH a Ju
,.1,1 not try to faiiu.lure k, or 31 for the cloth ItuunJ. I result of which was predeterminedA i KILPATRICK : : I I

\'. tlit-re tire hay Atltlre-.s Dr. R. V. Pierce, Lufidlo, N. Y. man was left on guaid at the i-abin iI I I I 1

o' 1II't dry it will take I door', and the party went to sleep in a I iI SLIDE FOR LIFE, i : I !

to s.ue its cost, about CRAN MeN:: ON STRIKE. kirn near by. I I I I
I 1IRPRA; Y'S Dive from Top of a 00-foot Ladder into a Tub of Water. ; 1 I'
-.I.II'lhin% as the cot When Alice!! Hixby taw her husband
I 1.1' wrui'd IIY locat leil l h the committee Bplash backward Fall in the Tub 101 Feet above the Ground. t ; ,
: -t i: Big Plant in Pittsburg May Have to away y on a I :

,,,- .1 Lout !if-50. Close Down. charge of murder, she knew exactly Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do I ; I''
The the Names of the Different Shows Under
Xo12.Fourtet what It meant Tor awhile she IK>- ', Guud Oliver Sicken. Weaken,or Gripe. lUc,2jc.60c Following arc i
Pittsburg crane- I
Il :
I ill nnil \\ IlIlr.. I.rltnrr.In i He>wl they were taking him to Immediate < < Tents < < i
men In the Schoenherger\ plant of the I Sterile* ttrmrif Cimfimj, Cklcon, Xontml, K.. Tort. 381i Separate : ., *
> "cniiit- rt-coguizi'd: more execution, and the thought; paralyzc :
United States Steel and \Vlrecompan: i lin.TA DIO fold and onarantpprt by alldrngRU !
'v .;< r .IlItl! M'riiiX ny, of this city went out on strike yesterday Under The Red Dome. Hagenbeck's Trained Wild :
.i''..1\ it is evU'nsiu'Iy used came the hope that they might delay I I I
afternoon, and M a result 230 II
t its .ij-pfuMiiOe iii the mart men In the open hearth department the murder, and she Ix-jjan to think I Statue Turning to Life. Animal Show. !

.- otlii-r M'Kftalles arc out what bite couM do to pave him. After ; =GOLA yI =
were laid off yesterday. Tho men
'litoniitu, c-asst aud west many plans had been considered antI I Backman Glass Blowers. House-Up-Side-Down. I
claim that if the strike coctinnes 24
.. .!' n. k-ttiuc. aLd it hours thei> plant will have to shut !, abandoned she hit \ i"m one which !-lJepro".1.l I Grist and Corn Meal MiB. i1ls: Johnstown Flood. Wild Rose. i I

11 tin iiiarki-ts fl'l'Ul'Ill'I,) j to put into llractN'rmln! '

"i sj.rii ?. Tin're i is. indi'(-d. that down, throwing: 150;; workmen out in herself with the only weapon in the I |! F. CONZJUEZ 4 CO., Prop! i, German Village. Streets of India. : :

i, i ,- i MII if out- can nip- department i I housv. s-lie took a horse from the statilo |
Electric Theatre Stadium."i
<:i r l"tlul'e at a M-asmi Tho cranemcrt have reoelved $::2.40 i i, and followed!! the paity at a dii-tanre. II MonnfactcrenOHOIJE ; "I

is uut ;dutti-d, but a day, with ono-fourth day's: pay fo; |j Atxmt 2 o'clock in th. iiHirning she MKAk AM) I'tltE; GIIOUNE Dog and Pony Show. The Maze. I t j' :I
STOCK FKKD.1'stroalie I
ii .iilu, aud not coarM.-. an extra heat. The. company wants i j. suddenly appeared before. the men in .. I 1
I Home for there it Bird and Show. Ocean
Industry Wave.
:..It 'I 1"J'tl ;;rlJ\\" them to work on the tonnage: plan, i|I charge; of the prisoner and bvjrsed! ['iite- every reason you should buy yoor Mealaad Monkey I j

t : Slow' jjrowth which the men claim would be a reduction i i i ously for an intcniew.i Stock Feed from the Home }Maocfactoreri Dancing Girls. I Venetian Gondola.
i by so doing yon encourage!; home Indni- ;
,'tI lIi,1 UIIIIII'JIUI'Iiu.t1: instead of an In<.7taIt is j jthmrjLt i "Couldn't on no awjunt," replied the !{ try. Your money Is left In tb! comraanujsndyonlQ

: : : at th. works that the company j I I :guanL "Go away from yere or I'll turn are Indirectly benefited

,\ old will endeavor to fill the plat of the I call committee.Vhiifil ." : IcfosUring the home mannactnrer yec
h or t (-os out the contribute to the oaoseol labor. Von owe Qne-Half Fare an Jill Railroads
,,' iunr l.itiT etriklug cran",mcn at O:1<,e.I "\ they
:.1'1 ,nK'ti. In I! ''Waal, I reckon they'll hang him to- I I which contributes to Jour 8upport.I DURING CARNIVAL WEEK.CHILDREN'S : '

'oc rais.t! ; Ax and Tool Combination niorrer." H"i

ill's, IllltU I New York Nov. 12.Furthr-r dotalls Alice pleadul po hard for one l.i!'=t DAY I 1l'ESU\Y AtTKKXOOX. OIS. j I

IL,s ( Ii, In regard to the proposed ax and tool puKlby that the jru'inl tinally consent- i OPERA HOUSE All Children will be Admitted Free. : I

\ C 'i \,1. ronihination, which will I lIP known as ed. While she was inside: he. listened -

i.! i II iI'.t""I1 I- '!' .ho Intornational At and Tool cuia- I:, to eomiTsation, which was a wailin I I CNGLISH I..

'1!' .. -. i- : a-ltinn., I tny show, according to Th. Journal ;; on tho part of the woman and attempts ONHMGIIT M) The nudeivip'ned i takc- thi;: method t' OifiYROYAL PILLS : ,

s i i ,i iiiit \iiouii' {'" oi Commerce, that th> authorization i iat : to reassure. her on the part of )ANor. Ii) .)f :oiltriug !h.'r: service!? a? a pOSAFr.:JW, ..Origin' '...*.!.and.1.O 1..11.>.lr .nutn.. ... HmrfMva. ... I i. ; I J.
'' ,I ,-'\ in i. .st.irlwl ill tlio man. At last she bade him fart- fir=t-cla3 licpused midwife have '> '.' niiinisiiu> K:o.GL1S1f
!2IIf !
spcurities Is $ .'H10. of which 1 i I
ing had 33 experience.Can Itl U t..ld a m H>'"
i "iI.! ::1.1"1.1'\I i ', ajij -- year ., ... I ,
wilh the follow SBC arc said to be Issued: i well awl t-amo out The guard of .... 0 I.L.II."Iii.,. ,t.fu.. I' 1 ,
'. I give best of references from r..ra.. .. .
i i':" .'ruji. :. '.,' trn..siLut- rifle! recehe thoprisoner < DAINTY PETITE ..... .b.tI..tJ" .nd Ilie.1 !
to *
I JlT.f'VO.OOO) five per cent, bonds) course kept a ready PRETTY < of thi* / \1. or ...t..... III i iZ'
; leading physicians '
1 .is t'II: ,'.\ .. Jlanli. I "t '1.- we .
> should\
A he to leaewhen .
I attempt
$11(1\> 7 ptr cent, preferr stori, >! R!'. M. OlODEN', f, aL' "1.,11.f for I..dl... ... .,'100 b, No f :
'"! ,i: I .' .wdhil'I..l I the door was oin, but Jid notexpect MISS ADELAIDETHUESTON! 111 DeVillitrs! 'u.1..." 1I1..t! .... .:':; ",l ,. '
Jltf ouui
and $12.0uooK\ common stock. Twen bl.b..I.,
I C h.I .1( : I
'- "i .1 J.ii, i i Jr ciUhe tioilt. Mich an emergency, the words: I "I .w ......... "JIlL'.. 1',,: !
I t. .. > ,.'ulJ!,I :I.,. uiadt- of a ty-seven companies are represented of the man within pointing to a hopu N01ICK. ,i I
In the- deal ,
:i 'I. I tii, runnier before that he would IM.- able to prove his: innwenw. I have been authorized!: to take PARKER'S '

:J a' .1 manure. This Tin.- \\...r", t runii. The guard lid not know thatAliie I ( WEET CLOVER; subscription* forVui, Jpuninge HAIR BALSAM 'I; I .
"The et...wi tud bnul.fici thi h !
1 i 0'r .'..any times dur- ixtwt-en her' mo-ins had been Bryan's paper, Commoner. frumn lamuAnl &lfr I i
Multitudes are !singing the praises In the Itaiuenstlv siicivt-ful Cum dy The U ft growth. t. t' I'
price $1-00 ad
i ..'-il then when per- talking in wh'siirs.' per year in Never Tails to Hfstore Oraj I ;
of Kodol, the new di-covf-ry" which ; I 1'nulla.I. vance. Thoe de!'=irmg the paper Uair. to.. ita. Youthful Color. "
I't .,dy I for the l... s. "Take! this for your kindness," said Cum r p di**>Kf A bftir 1aJuJc. '
I is making! : sick people well can have it s-ent to them by seeding I &1 ar j II "Jill ''''':'1'11 i
: many
--- I Alice, ghing the guard a watdi "and I. "AT (1.00 to the undersigned. f'' I

i.i IIr. *t:..11nfld n..o,, hf. and.\veik people stronj by digesting i whenever you look at it think of the .. COZY CORNERS"... H. M. RIH'HE, I I

against 1'oullt I what they eat, by cleansing and ,I woman jou 1me U-fri-'iided." Care Daily :s ews. CHOICEST I'

ii ct the soil! condition weeteniijr the stomach and by The man took the watch, and, resting; j SPLENDID SCENERY .< ..< .* -- : I :

t lung us much: rain trin?form ing th 'ir food into the I his rile in the hollow of his bhoulJer, I ...c o.c .< SUPERB SUPPORT -OFAT- J
into the soil. Tliy kind cf purp, rich roil l blond that strained his eyes in the darkness to esnmine LODGE DIHKCTORY

tn treat the bolj J to i>reiiad makes you ftf 1 go..ud all vtr. Jlrs.Uraufill.ofTroy. ;. it.1iee stooil; by anti u little I' : ; 7>( and sl.ixi. I mmI B D Hmm [ f i !

, han 8oil water I. T., write* : For 1..lJiud him. Suiltlenly he felt! cold! I I : I '

i i' water runs away i a number ut ycarj I was tioiibl !di i 111I'tal against! his temple! and knew FRIDAY, NOV. 14. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASfenfia.cnlft II III 'Ii
with iruli;.;estiou aud dy-pepsia
:, hunting; some that it the muzzle of )
was a pistol."If I
1 which :!rew into tie! wor-t f rm. I Iiodge, No. S, K. of P., t
..11 set into the ;pound Finally 1 was induced to u-e Kodo! ,, you mo\e or cry out," saul Alice. meeu every Moaliy: enhI I C. APOSTLE'S i

.\ lilliling it anon,; the I unJ after osiny four bottle,* I am en !j "rllllull the trigger.; Then she called ,KLAUOIJATI: : PKOIUCTION; : I log BIT;.*' at (Cstl Ul! J I j I

l'IIt.ltle of tie field. I tirly cured. I heartily recommend ;|i In a low v.lee, ".\11 rigLt. Joel": In th> Klour.t- W tlojhalMing 14 East GOVErnment St. : .' j f
1, when rain Is needed, ""d'l l to alt *uirer? from indie-tiou j j A* Joe left the cabin Alice felt the B.HTI.ECnH'BEI.L'S \ brethren thlid floor.VUlting J

111'| aud a disk harrow isi and dyspepsia. Take a doe after 'j guard mo\e. Sbpress* d the stul the I, ('(liratrtl Drama corllilljwelcomed Formerly Cordova RestaurantHtanJOJP 1

'i 1. <'nt for the I'urpuM-. meals. Jt di ets what you eat. J I i i harder against; his t"11IJ11.., rciinndin H. A. LYE, car.load of Pineapples at 11.75 I, I'to
-- -- - -- H. HORSLER L.C
i :anKO ovir it :again s>o Harps 1'b.iruiucy, Jolm Shepard.i'! him that it was still tin-re, and he nsumeil K. K. 4 8.: $2.00 per dozen. l .

!Iut' the uext rain and at Sidney K: hn. I' his immobility. II- sahi>l i
-- --- ----- i
a.i't i! iu retaining the The AUbarr.ia.i: I I.; Ko fJore.)10nlm:1" prisoner disappear in tlie darkness amilicnnl ; My Partner

\ i'i the toll.: Firt-t tet; the -I.. .Aia. Xu12.-ThoAlabamian. I a hrsv cr..shiiu throiiKh the MICKE & CO.- i ; II
.. hili. and then Levy it the\ lato orfran of the I erriocratic I bushi-s. The sounds; ceased' Itilllil'e f f f f fADMIUAKLY

as imsbible by surface party. bas rtascd its weeklyvKita I tt1o.t l rigid. Had the guard seen the I ACTED !

and Hanch.I. to a larse circle of n-a,If'1'8. The |i! pale face above lum altl reeosmzed Plumber Gas and Steam
ppper haj quite; a cairer. and was atone i| that she was straining; every none toi i ,

)>. lir\r n CliuLrd CO\\'. time very influential in shaping! i j keep from swooning; l.e might have I -- ,

r tinned his cattle into an I the factional issues in the Democjatj j i I risked a stroke for the upper\ hand.i l No. & South Palafoz Street.

> f.ilku allies, a bad place i u- part} It was founded toy Judijo' i| lie waited, eXlI'l'lin'I'r; moment a I The !jrreatet" : American Tribune"play[ ever .i"" !

i'ie! cow became badly I JA. E. Caffoo. and about the time h* change in the situation but no change written New York_ All Kinds Oi Plumbing: and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand J. :

: all ai>i'>lo. A neishborli.ue made his announcement for governor '> cllne'inilly be said: I PRICES-2j, W, .i.lC and $1.00. .' t .
j 'F.IF.PRONF: ft7."Jo1J1iiIUnoJ.A.. 5o'T."
: a piece of rubber "How long's this goin! to last! ?" 'i' I !
it passed into the hands of n.f'"o"prn.or -
1'. "- feet Ion.:, rather ttiflf. j "Mo\e and you die!" .
Johnston whose son 'cdu -. 1 :,'S! with lard, laid the nntil last wet-K After the primary Alice knew that all depended on keenIng SPECIAL SALE :FOR 7 DAYS'AT 1

i I.' and sho\ed tile hose the man as he was as long as p<*s-
taere was no longer a demand for it,
l .,It. pushing! the applet 1 sible. Joe was uot mounted on a fleet

, A piece of and hem- its discontinuance. :, horse, nnd unless he secured a good F. E. BRAWNER'S
i I
". jn>t the thins for this Heads Nailed to City Gates. start It would be easy for the dozen :

t i'iible'! and soft, yit New York. Xol Regarding the lien who had arrested him! going inI I .. !

'i 1' the purjiose.' lloss recent uprising! : in Morocco in which j i I' JifTirent directions to catch him. The THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. .

: t i'ii''! orchard than co3'I'S watih, which the guard still held iaI .
a solJicr who claimed to Iv an elder I ;
.1, :>a\ trouble and ex-: his hand not daring to make a motion ; i
: ,j instances.-Ohio Fnrnir brother of the sultan: placed himse.f: l to throw it down, ticked louJly. To I 47 V die3' Rainy- 73 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's

at tfce ht-ad of a fallowing and claimed { steady hl'rsl'ltlice counted its beat!I. Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale suit;, all wool worth $3, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. spec t., a
the throne, being afterward defeat 1! 9Sc each. $1.93 suit. I' ial ?! ; drawers to match, in White I i
I but a minute fecund so long that she ,
,, JI... ed. The Times conv pondect! at Fez, :i9 Ladies Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Remember we carry a full line ofBoys' Red and Fawn color!. ."
.!"i nl hams I.I'I'"r'' Out. cabling by way of London, says the !j desisted. A gray streak appeared Ini Day Skirts guaranteed all wool, Pants from 3 to 16 age, at I We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk ,
> and shoulders i the (east and she couM see the time. 'I worth 14, special sale S2.4S each. prices to suit everybody. I Shirts and Drawers worth f3i .
20 of the followers ; special
: !'irs: after ",nwkiu;. put heads of pretender's j It was 4 o'clock. She had entired the 1: 60 Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our Show Window for to close 11.20 each. iTHE

: ".1 s.icks ard tie tightly.t'iuk Lave-been- nailed- to-the city ptt'J. i cabin about 3. Joe had an hour's start. I Worsted Skirts, worth H.W. special prices on Ladies' Underwear. I 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed I

0.1' : lime whiten ash andMimnt ANXIOUS MOMENTS. i The arm that held the weapon was sale 9 c each. We carry a swell line of Ladies' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at ; ,
,:. moat I 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figr- Flannel and Silk Wains at so 25c drawers to '
; into it :Satlousbly Borne of the most! anxious hours of I I ready to drop but she did uot dare : prices ; match. I
t'. I !j ured Skirts! worth $2 50 to $6 special everybody wear one. 24 doz. Boy's and
'' and hang up at a mother's life are those when the change the Land for fear the prisoner can Girl's Gray and I .
\, .. I sale $1.98 to $4.98 each. 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts
It: will be I at 50c [
seen proudedKije
little ones of the household hare the would take advantage of the act to
: Ufore I Readv-to-Wear Jackets: our price Moreno Undershirts: special 20c ; drawers to match.
they get on the There is other medicine
crouo. no break the situation.
g j I $1.43 to $3 each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies' : .'
Nicholson;; in Ataerican'iioy o effective in this terrible malady.]! It was sunrise, and Alice knew that i money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Bhoes, I _

: as Foley's Honey and Tar. It Is a j! Joe was safe, when a man emerged 1:, buying. worth 5uc, special 35c ; that we can save yon 25c on. 1! .

-- --- household favorite for throat and .I from the barn and saw her and her 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at 11.50 drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line '

lung troubles, and as it contains no prisoner. Calling the others, he went to 55 ; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men'? All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's: Clothing Bougnt at roc on
aud Tar
for coughs! opiates or other poisons it can be over to the hut. 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2piecei worth $1 special 75c ; drawers dollar. We will close them out at

": liable, tried and tested, safely 121 s" Palafox Riven.V.Ft.Marston A. D'Alemberte, "Drop that" be said to Alice. i suit, worth 21.50, special ifsc sun. to match. I just }i price oS other merchants.
';: ". W. A. D'Alemberte
... She dropped her weapon, and the
A St. $ Quina have man picked It up, then bunt Into t Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place

I some very nice Dressers and roar of laughter. ,

':'-O..l\.STOr1.XA.-' 'i 'I""lIorIot' ; j Wash Stands very cheap. with It was neither the lock empty nor barrel stock. of a pistol i F. E. BRKMNER'S

; : Just the thing to go with P..-A..-UITCHEL.: ,

j Iron Beds. Try the NEWS Want Column. I r l05 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=S3(5l(


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f-=.... -r"-r.,': ",-."!<'"'' .






-pj; 'tt state exchange recently noted A BIG BAPTIZINGWOMAN -

........ =J.'t. the following significant fact:
"' ," -
BrunswickGa., is now nibbling at
that otter of the American Cigar
N KH red at the Post Office at Pensacola, I
'la.,lecond-class matter. company "to establish a cigar fac- WEIGHING OVER 300
tory employing 2,000 hands." That I 100 %

orl'JCE :-rjtt'i Knitting, 211M South offer has been made to at least ten POUNDS WILL BE IMMERSED
J'a.lafox street, np-stairs. southern cities within the past few I

weeks, but we have not noted the .
THE HEWS PUBLISHING CO. closing of a contract with aty of II SUNDAY AT MILLVIEW.

them.It t I
Terms: Invariably in Advance. would have been considerablymore During; August KVEltt'
Ont Year by Mail .. .. ... .ISO( ) to the point had the names of I Astronomers and surveyors of the !i the death claim: ? paid U1 t.! ? I .

# tll& Month, ... ... 1 too k ;i States!;! and Canada by tS. .
t (F.: .
10 the "ten southern cities" above heavens predict a "fall of stars" to- I "
.WeekbyCarrierPayableMonday 1t jfrf ble Life Assurance .
m o'.t'1-.t\'
ferred to been given. We trust re-I The I \f
Idtertisirg Rates Furnished on Application Pensacola was not one of the night and tomorrow night. pre- i paid within one day after r..o.j .j; :
dictions have it that these"showers"will
.. which have evidently declined or ignored j I proof.

the proposition in question. be plainly visible, and every- I And
during no mouth III\ ;i It,
UNION LABEL' On the other hand, if the offer has body interested will gaze for hoursat I I year has the] peiXTiita: .u? ,?

not yet been made to our city, it the sky after dark. 1' = r ,..; .?' I|! below )8".,.

be well to take such as 4
might steps
PBHBAOOLA NOV ]3, 1902 But a story comes from Millview r.t i This excels the S-H-I. :.. -,
_____ __ are necessary to make the desired ra. '
that i record. It .
I which would seem to indicate great ha.n v.-: \
connection with the American Cigar:

SOME misguided enthusiasts are company. !something" akin to a tidal wave -a'dd,., 5A been approached by any ";: rI

;l already talking about democratic Nothing is more imperativelyneeded menaces residents along: the waterfront I pang

arc success for l'J04, being in the air. Yes, in Pensacola at this stage of and on Sunday at that. The I jr A little red:1, : little white, delicately blended. That'sone i "Strt>njost in the W.'ri.l("

hot air. the game than industrial enterprisesand story is that a negro woman who }! way. Here's a better : THE E
4L THAT Georgia legislature talks of plenty of them. Nor need our tips the bsam at 320 pounds has requested -; Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It makes the blood pure ANCE fcOClKTV?
for marked
people hope any or con-
t its free There's OF THE :rXlTEH: MiOOWLES 1 i -
R voting away passes tinued prosperity until the establishment : baptism: and with the aid of and rich. You know the rest : red cheeks, steady
4 I political suicide for you with a vent
J geance. .. of such industries is secured a number of colored brothers will go I I nerves, good digestion, restful sleep, power to endure. BROS.
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------ -- -- -- down into the waters of the Perdido Keep the bowels regular with Ayer's Pills this
f POLK county has visions of a big: I i ;

fertilizer factory. Pensacola long HAS TRAVELED ..on that day for total immersion.The :: i'I will greatly aid the Sarsaparilla. Two grand family i Gf'lIeral"nlll, .

waters are expected to rise outside ;; 309 Palafox' St., l'EN\1 -,
: I
', ago set a good example: in that di-
medicines. Keep them on hand j. c. AYER co.. LoweD, M M. i
i rection. of the bank when this occur i

r 75,000 MILES I rence takes: place. I iI -
TIlE outcome of the president'sGraecoIlnnau II I: Carolina Portland

i wrestling match I Several preachers will do the b1ptizing I NOTICE BAZAAR.A
+5 with the trusts will be awaited wit i \V. G. Porter, who is one of two act, and at least one of those : !

r interest by the entire country. proprietor of the Nickel and Dime designated to officiate: has made a i There will be a H'tciil mefctintr ,)f i Cement Co
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Uazaar will bp fur the
rY ?I A MAN Maryland fell heir to Bazaar on Wright street, has the request for a substitute. Anotherhas the Chipley Light; Infantry at 7 ::50 benefit of Christ church given i,

1{ Y $ OOOO and then fell dead-two falls distinction of travelling nearly 75.0U: I increased his life insurance, ;: o'clock, Thursday night, at Armoryhall. fund at No. W South Palafox building street I BIRMINGHAM, ALAI
order Parkhill.
i in one year. Hilt most of us are inoculated miles. In lj>!Vb:: he joined the Twenty- j while still another, it is, said, has : Jiy Capt. during Festival Metk. I II
iR T I L. (). LAKCOM, fat Sergt.Cut I _
s t against such attacks. Second Infantry of the United taken out a protection against floods, I Anyone desiring to contribute to I
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t"ttf s this out and take it to this deserving affair will please: notify II I Htock" of all Us.-: .(, i v
rEl'lu'TARY: ROOT says trusts are :State: ;, then stationed at Fort Clark, etc. I any I Portland Cn j-) 1.; I.U..rnhtn ,

{, '; but weeds in our industrial garden Ttx. From there he was sent toNew Quite a number of colored people drug store or medicine dealer and Jlrs.Walker In:;raham. luulw I --'Saturn i ,. |I'i

__ } ; of Eden. All of which tra-la-la talk ;!'E'tl free sample of Chamberlain's I I land Cement. KIIL'! :.N. \ < I II
i Orleans, lcd in a few days the will go from this city to see glory I Stomach and Liver T.iblgt, the best I Piaster. Ito"Hid3l: >. 1' ..: .
{' 1 means that: Rout will never root 'em ph '..ic. They clean-<' and invior-I I Refrigerators have a 'Norfolk, JVrt-nini. ,'. .'
regiment was ordered to San Fran: ; instilled into the bi frame, as well I : i
t t oat. ; i ate toe stomach, impr'ivp the appe- I few left which we will sell ''Saviunah, Jack-.".v u.., r. ,
If t' + -- I ci-co, later to the Philippines, : as a number of others. I tits and rpsjulate the bowelIl"gu- | Mobile; New Oil-,! tiWalo ,1\! .

,- SIU VixrEXT lUKiuxoiox; where a landing was made just a day I --- lar -ize, 25c: pnr box.\ at cost. Marston $ Quina. : \ make ,!u.i '. .,.- .(;, t-: .

; x English aeronaut, nas come over to I Tu the I'ulilie. 1 Millwherever w.- .: t ,- .
HI previous to the taking of :\tallila.1 fr'-i.'ht rate S.le-.Ill\ ..- '. "
t "try our air. His heir will doubt Allow me to say a few words in 1 \ !1.; 1'
him in his foolhardiuess. The soldiers saw the .flj o\ of trace Chamberlain's, Rem ; "Alabama" and ";> nt'-m I, I'
less I of Cough
; encourage praise "
NrrrVrr WNurc rrWIYIf; llraud, Portland t'% u' : v! '
te hoisted over that city. i edy. I had a very severe cough and i I: ha Hydraulic N nut u (l'. i i .
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-------- -- --- --- '- -" --' '-v : made ..
When the regiment was ordered I cold and feared I would get pneumonia I 1 near iiirmins'an.Correspondence:
i that "Uaer submits I
T As exchange -
; after the second :
but taking
f EtaW
+" report." Yes, the great: man: home, it came through the Suez i Solicited.
a dose of this medicine I felt better, ..t..6 FallAnnouncement l I I
;, will have a great deal to submit to canal, landing at New York and three bottles of it cured my cold and PI.LK "I

x 4 ; 4. i II before he is through fooling with the completely circumnavigating the the pains, in my chest disappeared : '

Fib: r l people. entirely. I am most respectfully 1dUtj il Ioney c/fr fJlilr'il'-{
globe. yours for health, RALPH S.1 F.YEKS, I

iii AN exchange declares that Iloose- Mr. Porter received an honorabledischarge Thirty-seventh tit., Wheeling, W. i; lure at Marston '.
Va. For sale by all druggists;\ and cjljttin velt isn't in it a little bit with Kaiser from the service and has ,
medicine dealt'r-
il I : Great Furniture EmI''i-
Bill as a hunter. No, not when you --- -- -
I in his room in this: city great many I I
,,.# % come to hurting notoriety at the in- : ri urn.

r t e terviewer's muuh.b curios and pictures collected during :TO IMPROVE i i, \VE are new ready with our New -
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; his journey to the Orient, all of
} which he Uiplays with great pleai- GRENADA PARK ) : ,
} @
.lit which bid dentist pulled: teeth, a tG1

; t 1 I; KausasCity man pulled his pistol are. I; ---- I i e ( the largest, handsomest and most : :t ., I I
--- ---- ) J'IWf'f'1I iVii acola InHI1I1r1l1lB.: < .i
and shot the base oifeuder. There't'1 \
in West Florida.
: The committee of the Grenada complete I
lIaily Kcit: Sunila
are atilt woolly streaks in the West.; GHERT ON 1. )
I i P, Association will meet this aiteruoou !i Everything for Man and Boy and trf : "
le- C
r i 'iI, N No than !,tifi7(; men deserted: I
aqt y "3 from our glorious little tiu-hora PUBLIC STREETThe at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Ed. ; ; tho kind of merchandise that holds I :: M.l'iiri 5D': mum 1 \ I'.-m-olii.. pr
II Watson, and all are expected and ir lVn ttOon.! .'<:'>'aiii \r \!I iI"l1 !I'"
during tilt last fiscal 1 I after have made
ir: army year. i ; your friendship you ; far", ': a a + er Glad to see that the Corbm-Miles i! urged to come ready to pay their I ")

k aggregation; is at last getting its L. & N. railroad; company i; I dues. This work will be taken np;> ;. your purchases. go'(

.q t t deserts. -- --. --_.- I having placed a big lot of chert on I: in earnest hereafter, and some big I If you have been experimenting : JEWELER\ IN HIS

L 4i" : t 1 2q Miss HATTIE: KKMINIE HIVES i'l!! Tarragona street,which will prevent I improvements LOW in contemplation : t tJI.: t. with various kinds of Clothing, sup :: NEW STAND

t r to hack out a novel of which Mr. :'that well known thoroughfare from i, will be early pushed. ; : pose you try CUES for a change. You Q_:>
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s + tichwab will be the hero. Fair ex- I ,
.t:1'1 becoming so dusty m a wind torm. .\eIN'l'111111 Flames. : will find that tho change will do you :
change is proverbially no rubbery I
I I Lave: moved jewelry r
The chert is brought down on flatcars my
millionaire will ; .i into a blazing home. ; We such well-known '
and in this case the Itreakiiig I good carry 'I ISO: South Palafnx, foclIIIJrh' <
probably exchange! dollars for I : : and "hovelled with! a profusion some firemen lately dragged the I picdby Pas: ; tCII"; aid:' a'sn:

fi { 'i S 1 drivel from trtm. The material: is renewed I sleeping: mmafes from death. Fancied : Clothes as Fechheimer, Fishel, Hart, :} better prepared than t-v-r t i"

s Schaffner & Marx and Samuel W. gri'at bargains in diamond*, w' i i
about every three mouths, security, and death near. It''that -< 3l
t 4 41v; ?, THE :Savannah: News is of the opinion i 1' : t.1C jewelry, etc. Call ande i ilet
j5; way when you neglect: coughs Peck. me Convince you.
., that ":;Olnc, provision ought to be Dr. : i: J.
!and colds. Don't do it. Ktlig'New ; I. STEPJIlNFoiey's : -

t k made for compensating" such t victim- I SAILING LIST OF | Discovery: for Consumption :; HATS--We know you want something tl -

of the laws mistakes" Roland 15.Moliueux .
as gives perfect: protection again-t all If such is the
4 to date case
3 ; who has been declared up C'l'
; ; GULF TRANSIT CO Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles Kidney 3

., "# it ti f innocent uf ter years litigation that I i Keep it near and :avoid suffering, we are prepared to serve you with 1I'f cukes kidneys and bladcirr'r.:.
s have left him and his father both
: death, and doctor's bills. A tea- the best the market affords, such as
; 49'" E1 poor men. If the "state: were forced 1 -p"onfnlrtop-a late cough, persi-t- :Jin
"" I The sailing li-t of the Gulf Transit Dunlaps Stetsons Young Bros. and :}> EVERYBODY LOOKS
,, to foot all bills contracted by "jus- I PIH Use the most stubborn. Harm- ,

i :, t tice" in this manner a man could I Co., which wa issued yesterday, I|lie'-ati-fy'?'; and nice by W.fasting: A.;n'AI..mbprt'.llI it's ctiarante: lI many others. FOR THE BESlH..r.

carry the tieasmy in a thimble. shows that twenty-one steamshipsare ;
1 i 1'al-ifnx street. I'ncejOc; and *1.
-- -- -- SHOES We have :Hanan Cros- q
til under charter: by this firm. Four > Trial bottle fren.iAMUSEMENTSJ. 3: .
,. I *- it !iCall Oil .- r/ '
\n I iiwi <
btcp. '
1 will go to Liverpool, two to Genoa: s2sPsz5 ss2sz! I -== sett and Douglas. What three makes Crt-ary. They are d.,imi, l'.' I t.

s tjS s The following choice specimen of three to Tampca and one each to are better known in this country? work that: cun be turned .,u' ;, -.
municipal methods i is from the Tampa

I Antwerp, Hamburg, Dunkirk, Manchester i prepared to do any kind <.f .
} rl : Times, and deserving! of much 2i Do not fail to see our beautiful India .
Dublin and I'l.-y put on rulib-r tir -
Bane Bremen,
more comment than it i< at all likely I = assortment of Neckwear Manhattan ,.' .
I 1 to receive, as the papers of this Kuncoru. The steamers CairucraL': I- t'.py have a full flue ,,( ru1 '

t. ,i i btate, for onio unaccountable: reason I lleatLt end :and Kriphia will arrive "AT COZY CORNERS." : Shirts, Earl & Wilson Collars and llr.- ill -lock.Dot .., .
r '. I your buggy: m-ccl lIi.'t.' ;
)1 showed a marked reluctance to Cuffs Adler's Gloves Woolen and ;
4i ; about the end of this week with cargoes iti_'? They can make it !good\ i- *
s r comment upon the peculiar manner I Cotton r.inr l'ricetoo, are rpa-nu.tii!" '
I of kainit. manganese ore and Underwear, in fact we can
of getting rid of citz-iH who are by Dainty and pretty little Adelaidf'Thurstnu I2L th'-y:! have ample capital to carry

r some people considered l undesirable pyrites. I' -upporteJ by a company : show you everything up to date for I 11/ i fir-r-ela-s carriage; buildi.:! -' > .
I I lof| will be here I'-r'ilriiiir: business.! Don't f I um
which ha- for "some time past reputed merit seen Man
I - -- ------ ---- or Boy
ctlllIlI t pm.
I| ia her suedes, "At
prevailed Tampa: tonight great ::-cales repaired.rPITRHtt.
It i*; understood teat a Lumber Hoods Sarsaparilla I I Cozy Corners." The play is a l'HL\{)

Cubans left for Key West la-t night coiueJy-dratna with same thrilling ; 10Phonc ; Ea-t Uud'u: -r': :
j to Induce t'rl1.clsct\)1 Ili\n: the mayor : Ha; ; won .stlrre"; far boyoiul the effect ,7.
of West Tampa. who VI:'-. deported nf ailvcrii-injr i : JOHNurWlHITE -
ed recently, to return. These people only. much admired elsewhere for i i-

I :, i aretakiug/ a very unwise step, and The swrrt of its; won'lorful popularity purity, rletical'ettnesil and gri- PINE STATIONERY.C.

one which i* likely to participate i U explained by its unapproachableMt !I eral truthfulness to nature. The .

serious trouble. I rit. scenic features are described assplendid.
> f; I A In other words, a man: who is conceded I 205-207 S. Plafox Street.
i 1L"tll upon a prescription; which \". Thompson, x.., 11 .. .'
.: } M 'ai M to be a rt'putablt'law-ahhlin :
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curoil people con-iiicred incurable.! i P'tliinxtrfet( ha, l .
j citizen, and who stood high enough A Lmll U, UFI'Ilt.The jjIUili !jiUi\ jut ojinx'l'

?b in the community to be electedmay. i Hood's SarsaparillaUnites undersigned will :rive a free } UvV '\riUUVUvri V'vv' USLVUJIU\i 1 \ J vvilUJ) \J l '-..;, new supply of Linen and h.: .' ;

Paper, white, blue and! w.1
tai or of West Tampa, can be quietly i : the br?t.kuuwlI vegetable remedies : sample of Chamberlain's Stomach; gray .
It carted oil in the night; aed dumped I : and Liver Tablets Envelopes to n.atPh, Oxr'Jrd.t. -
i by such a combination, proportion to anyone wanting .
al-o E '
Foreign Mail Tablets wit: ;
down anywhere at the discretion of reliable for disorder-
a remedy
: and prtxrss a* to have curative i '
.Swansdown Flour. match. Pi.r: -
velope to Ink
his kidnappers. And not only this. I of the stomach biliousness or constipation. -
power peculiar to it-ef.! This i is . Penholder P.Ia.nkbook, Fil, *'
but when: his friends see fit to go af- i i a new remedy ; ;! -
and Its cures of scrofula, eczema, psoriasis I I and a good one. All druggists; and ; etc.. always on hand.
ter him attempt to brinu him :
.r home : and"en' kind of humor, as wellas medicine dealers. HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER.Fleishmann's I Phone 234.=
his I-
back to we ate coo told i ,
catarrh and rheumatism- I STO-ritA. -
i in the curt phraseology of our' con- proveHood's -
k : Been titTry 1hl t,t Ia7 Hard A"Ails eiJl! Yeast and Swansdown Flour will
> temporary, "that thee people are I Sarsaparilla : .
takicg a very unwise step, and one 9 catt'. make the best bread that can be produced. C.A.STOn.XA.e..n. ire k- :Yi } 3j E:.

which is likely to precipitate seriou the be-t blood purifier ever produced.Its -_:-..:.!- : .
cures of dy-pppia, loss; of appetite AWE( ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH.y / 1 tr..atue J--
a1 4i 11i trouble." I and that tired f.-eUm! : make it the lfuu'ttln':, the pest j'r 5e. 01 .

The entire business ought "to precipitate greates-l stomach' tonic and strength- FRESHLY: PARCHED COFFEEI -

a a serious ,,"-especially: restorer the world has ever known.Hood's Guather's Candies atSolomon's. ; and
I All kinds of chairs
f >r those responsible for outrages ._ I NO EQUAL. DO. 'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
e SarsaparillaIs at Mantun
such as those that have from time to PABST NEW MALT BEER IS THE rocking

i} time been perpetuated ia tha name a thoroughly good medicine Begin PUREST AND BEST MADE. CALL FOR JAS.cHUGli, Prop., New Orleans Grocery $ Quina's. Prices are 'eryjlow.
take it TODAY. Get
fi ,. of law and order in Tampa Ito HOOD'S. IT. T Phone 103 8 and 10 W Intend ncia St. .

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No. SGO3. ; t"'f'J. -. .

FlORAlA NEWS NOTESFlorala W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK Cashier; I J .
S. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President JOHN PFEIFPER Ass't Cashier
The Matinee Girl ; !

r A at the Play Ala., Nov. 12.-Mr.; W. B. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK H i1

Wright of Pensacola came up on to-

1' day's train and left at 3 o'clock for OP PENSACOLA, FLA. ; I ,' f 1

Ii' 1 r trj THE MOST ATTRACTIVECALENDAR Simpson. Designated Depository of the United States. I i 1"1 1I. _it

I Some of the officials of the Central Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22, 190'. !I. i '

road are with the surveyors today, k

about eight miles east of town. Time Loans .. ... .. ..... ...... ..... .... f346,334 I Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... 200000.00 I ; : 1'

t orb lP \ OF THE NEW YEAR W. L. Martin: son of Rev. W. F. Demand Loans...... ...... ...... ...... .... 119,949.74 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 10000.00
(1903) Overdrafts...... .... ...... ..... .. .. .... .... 538.74 Undivided Profits.. .... ..... .. .. ..... .. .. 15.2.V5.97 !I.J
r/ !! Consists of six sheets,each 15 in. by Martin, is spending this week in U. B.: Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 214,2!%.87 Rediscounts. ..... .... .. ... .. ... ...... .... 64,071.57 ; .
,l 10 in., in It colors with an ailiiod Stocks securites ... ...... ..... ...... ,
SIT 1 ( Florala. etc. 2,625.00Furniture : J Circulation..... ...... .. .. .... ... .. 125,000.00Deposits
sptiCialfinh.h water color etlert.that gives The it the true and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 ............ ...... ........ .... ...... 4c5OHSOG 'f '
r ( t ing reproduction of one accompany of the sob Bam: Rosenau, representing the [. B. Stamps... ... .. .. .. .... ... .... ...... 74.SO I i
i 't juts greatly reduced in size and j Lewis Bear Cash and Exchange.. .. ...... .. .. .... .. l7SS 5.J2! I l I IS69.3G.59
)t without the enlivening effect! of tho \ Company of Pensacola, \
rich coloring gives but an imperfect -- f
idea of the beauty of thus charming J' was here today. $ Sffi,3Gi.59!) I ; I '

I i l series of plates.'A :. James M. Burlison, who had been This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give : 1
How to Obtain It.-Sect any business courteous and careful .
your prompt
,.berft, prepaid, on receipt of r.oc... i quite feeble for several months, died J t
coin or tamp; OH. prepaid on r -
l l ( cclpt d..llC11lahlOl tot He In taken ebuup from and a Gold a (}band loh) II this morning at 5 o'clock. Heart 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ;

Hum; OK. for *c awl thOlcitwdwilgn : i
1 'r I Ubel from a piece, of trouble caused his death. Mr. Bur i I I I
.. ..
\ tinlJ hand UwoDOK.orilcH tai;
+ '. t and a White Latl KnclLib foam lison was about 60 of He : j
a IatwIOB.II, your dealer Lann't these I years age. : I
01..1., we.wtJlru..U calendar on rerolptnf THE WEATHER
ti 8cln lampS If you semi att served three years:: in the Confederate { I I i
an order fur one piece of either of I'
the three produtU mentioned and I and was consistent ;
army a member
alanKlTe tiBthe name of the dealer { 1

V4UDEV/LLE, t through',,. '.4llumozpa3 S Sic artlnticcalendarMn Ui saved bj they
purctium of either of the above wife and two daughters, both of i i iI
.-'a., ,,.-... uibtitiuued choice goods. I

ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour Station Kansas City Kansas. whom are married. The remains Local Forecast-Partly loudy !: I 1 I I

will be interred in the city cemetery and Friday; light variable winds, !
i iI !
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for River Junction uutil two hours tomorrow.Dr. Temperature in Last 24 i I

Soi MAIL Johnson of Old Columbia, Stallmum.-................... .... .... ":! I i
later. Minimum................. ..... ............. 1\1 : ;
Ala., is in town prospecting I : ,
At Flomaton this early morning !
T. Williams and wife of Natural I
SERVICE 'train connects with No. 3 at I :lrl Temperature : : i
Bridge; are in town today. :Max. :
a. m. and No. 2 at 2:-liJ a. m. The .Atlanta... ...... .................... 7i : ; :; I
Florala is quite a healthy location. iiioinarck ..... ......................... irt i i
train leaves Klomatou: five minutes Chicago; ... .. ......._....... 'n' 7n : ,
j There is but little sickness here at Cincinnati ...............__..........7- : I I
later for this city. Ualveston__.... ...... ... ........_71 I
OT! NEW/ YORK FOR present. A few cases of fever pre- Huron.. .. ... ... ..........._._ M i I II
t:: Now, the remedy is an obvious ( Jacksonville ........_.. .... _78 !
vailed until the cold snap a few Kansas ',uy ..... .. .. ...............74 1 i i
?" '(OLA' UHSECESSARILYJELV.IO ; (lU!!. No. 3 could be held at Floma- l Key West .... .... .... .... ... TH : I
;'>" : evenings ago. :Since:; then there has I :'o1..mDhl1011111 ..... ..... ..... .. ... ; '
ton until 6:30 and could i I ;\ > .. .. ._ 7's i
a m.,
AT FLOMATCH. possibly been quite a change.Mr. Montgomery ... .. .... ...... 7 i
stake: the time of iU arrival I P'Irl..llllo! ... .. '.- ,
Jesse Stubb of DeFuniak: New York. ... :.. ,
here at 8a.m. It could leave for Savannn.i ...... '" 'i
i i Springs, Fla., who has been quite St. Louis 7Aituivrn. l
', I II/n of tho fast; River Junction a few moments later, |
j sick for several: weeks, left for his i
:\. w York to New making; up the hour, or, at least: a | : : "
j home today. MARU1ME. I
i l1Lllh husdevelopedt portion of it, and connecting with .1
j Mr. Pitt will soon be turning out \ II I
;:,- -!;''uld be remedied, the S. A. L. for Jacksonville at 1 1 1p. first-class -- << !
brick by the thousands. ,
I if; ;!ic proper steps cani m. I I '
Mayor W. C. McLatichlin is oil on I I
I Postmaster Robinson! was spokento business It ship Trojan l>>i'4, llertalotte :
this week.
again video to orderIt '
; Fliimatou about this morning regarding the matter bk ra :'. I
-- Hon. >anova S\! } :
Alex. Hart i
one Opp'sprominent Lienou to MUMISCO liras :
-. wi.'ftf: : at that place! and he said he had taken up the
merchants, was here this ; I
l I' ,uia.. This mail subject with tho superintendent of CLKAKLD. ; i :
week. He is well pleased with the It life lrU,17ii! ConslKlcre, for :.\ ; I { :
,. ''vt'.llt-d: !, lies at Flo- tho railway mail !service L. M. Terrell with Stti.oi'ii; s ft lumber value ttiiuilr I I
present outlook of Florala. -s MaeclH, :i'mi, KgKf, bv .. I
.! -'irture, of the afr I of Atlanta and alo with E. O. Luuiher Co for Cordenux with : i .
Thos. Hpradey has accepted a position phosphate rock value ill.ikM (; I
: 1''II-<\t.l\: at :2i>0 I Saltmarsh of the L. & N. Mr. Salt- Kr hilf.: \\'lIkl'.lor: iSiemen : '
with Ellis & Co.
bates cotton.:"' round bale. ilia
..- the :ty at 4 I'. marsh said that the company could ton seed meal.{.:.lnu tons phot-tliate I:
I Generalanager H. S. Harlandis I hhdsleaf tobacco. J''I'rx.i s (1ft .
-' i: .11-1'i 'I.'.. schedule! i not make the connections with the I s ft sawn timber by Gulf Co i I. '
oil this week on business. atH'!' .:j..i !
il I.f.:< au fort train, is there were no available I
The company expects to begin j ji } j : ;
'..-- ui t''f' k the trims coming south at a convenienthour. SAILED.
j i business in their new store about the 1nr I
:. 1:1" ;; The postmaster, however, re- i J I .
15th of December. The business in M tilanton for Tamplco I
IJ. \ '. I Hal sa Plain for Geuoa I t
::- ? :nards the matter as a highly im- i j I j
this line will require the labor ofabout ; I J
\i- t: i- \\.1' tinri i''trtar.t one aud is supported in this I ; i :
six or eight salesmen. For ()\or Sixty Years. !j ; ; 1 I
t. > .> 'e ,' ,> atett ..uion citizen. The mat-1 ; : !
"i 1 by every Our oU friend with the
; ;' i\' :!'!'- -: ,'.CH by 5' tor will come before the commercial
been used for over sixty by : i :
:I well known firm of W. 15. Dunlap & years i i
.. tl:.. : .:, -r. If the .bodies of the city at their next [ mothers for their cliiUren while ,. ; j ;j !t : I : t
of Mobile, .
Co. two in
spent days I with perfect success. It soothes I
I j jI
: i .1 i !' rmi -,' i dale time. I I I'
meetings.Happiness town this week. I softens the gnmsallays all \ i
;it .ilfifu'f! 111 the ufi I -- -- I colic and Is tbe best remedy for \ : I :j. : :
i is, the good of i t'Mother 'I :
proper Graj'n Sum I'lmilrn furl It will relieve the poor little !! '
''J i .M-ry. If/"i'\f'r.itl| human ellort, and health i is indispensable I I Children I mediately bold by Druggists! In... : i ; i

t. ''i" 'ii-"it in; the after- : to it-tuk: Hood's Sarsa- of the world. Twenty-live cents a l 1
used :Mother I
j Successfully by Gray nurse in'thf I
"' Children's Home In Nework... Be sure you ask fr"\1 Wlnslow's ( :
: q' :1 ;.o-toRice, until parilla. Cure 1 I .
: j 'l'rhhM.. lI 'll"toll1ach. TeetlunK 0.I ...- lag tyrilP. 'and take no other kind. ; ,
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: \ I n!'.. w.-rkiuj. a I ordrrs,movfiuul regulate the UoweU ant: - -.- I i I ;
great Hie 3s/ /or 5 I 11.'tmWorms.. over SMMI testimonials. II I
.Itlll s (
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: v' irritrs and an 'll1l J'lift, At nil druggists. ?iio:. S.uiii NOTICE.D IJnt'i,
i pit' FI.I'.tddr Allen .0;. Oimsted, l.te
1uy.1Ii. LI There will i
be i
iip'Ui citi/eus. : i
B. H. FAIRCHILD I I cial meeting; of ) I
\ ', toothed by a lit- !, It lippps the Feet Warm and Dry.I I rob, It. .\. Chapter :

,. part of citizen, UX&11c> 3U B 33II33X1 I \ today for Alleys Foot- :ISt',1po..di'r.. I! day evening. 14th \I ]

a.mercial! bodies. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET."arcet i Aching It currsl'hdblaiusSwollrnbwrattug.bore, lump feet At All druggists andshut 7:30:After 0'ct.C.the k. J I i j i i
1! stores3c.: I | IL
Work and Furniture \ ? \
.. I be m'ide: to iu,1 Refinishing a bauquet will be *; j '

t I. t i iinpany to hold Specialty. ; RECORDBREAKINGSPECIAL i ii W.E.A-IIEJsn:-; I I\ ) A ;!1" 11 I : I I L,

: 1'ensacola at "j :IMionoIOC.:
..' until 6\; \ a. m., j! I Hot Rolls, at 5 p- m : I'I'f f
R. K. WHITE, Ii i iI doz. at Solomon's.I ;
could ba Made: I Win. Johnson & Son will have a j

a 1 irk Ilier. There is .YatdimaUr Manufacturing Jeweler record-breaking bargain sale in the I I (nd.. Him.i i ,
famous Dutches Trousers tomor- i Mrs. Tower John '
tK"!; train arriving and graduate; Optician, 'I'
'; row. Every pair of Dutches? Trousers thiiik you are the meanest man t I i
it do"not leave Fla I
I i-
M PeniM-ola
I U sooth Pallor "
in The Big Store will be sold at aw.Ir. : 1 I
--- a cut price. Head all about them in Tower wouldn't say : j

:..... .s t..eoaooftao.oooooowosoooao.edoeo!''o'ooeooao, : ,i 1 the new advertisement today,and do Ii |! dretls Gusty;of you times know that you you've have said I I }! I

not miss this opportunity to get aj I!1 making of me.-Uoston ); .1

: L",".' Robes. ,< Single and Double .< Collar Pads : piirf: standard trousers at a l.rV | :: I i E! l
I i
e 1 price. Eat'wp.-.I Will 111. IUp. I !
: !
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: T .' T t'I1S.Buggy md Wagon Harness. Riding : "Did UiKS have: any luck !

r e -'fl\'J I II lions ia Africa?" j I .1 I
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/ = "Yen. Great luck. 'I'

i \\L :)la. B"v u----; Saddles, : I OBITUARY.I I "How:" II : :

: and Wagons, s I I "Didn't meet any lions.: "- i : I
: L'iTHOMHSOX died at ton Star. I

i ,2' Ill :- INSTALMENT \ Saddle o Br,;. itlirunary at 0 o'clock this ) 1
They Curt ; : ;
e r ....OR CASH.... 0BEERS' A ': mOl an: ,:. The funeral service* will Money.She
) Certainly you Lave
; k.; 'ire. Blankets. be !L..t! i .it Christ's church at 1 o'clock j jtomirruw i friends. t
\ afternoon the cortege I I' He Yes. but it takes every I

: h; ';:'c;. \. 509-5 S. Palaiox St. ./ Spurs. 2 leaving: the residence of Mrs G. E. I can rake and t-crare.-Town : ; I
lk | Kirk, fi \Vt-t Chase street at ;::30 :
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1 o'ci' ck. 'interment will be m..Je The leesons of life are lust If I

; ",' ,eis. -.< Extra Shafts and Poles ..< Harness i in 8t. Miolru-l's: cemetery.I not impress us with the t' I
I making ample allowances for I
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t '"'o. """" i'1PI :
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9 I I mature conclusions of others.A I :
:;;die: ; For Buggies and Wagons. parts e I I Luck In Thirteen. l! :

Startling! I I !
--- -- -- Surprise."
S :1 Bv sending 13 mile! Win. t-Pirt'y.l : i ; t

:i Pads; Low Prices Easy Terms Of All M : 1 of Walton Furnace... sot a box of Very few could believe In / j :,
i Bncklen's Arnica Salve, that wholly at A. T. Hoadley. a healthy, i I .
ao'.aoooea tl.e t8tet..c.c.C>> oaoaQO.e........: '! cured a horrible Fever Sore on his blacksmith of Tilden Ind., :: rlI l

le/ Xothin tfecould.;; Po..itively ten he suffered such I
years !
cures Bruises, Felons, Ulcer, Erup-
I tions, Boil, Burns Corn* and Piles. I from Rheumatism a* few ) i
:.\ 'AiiTiKs: run 1! Only 25c.; Guaranteed by W. dure and live. But a I :i I

1! D'. t'mbErte. druggist 121 S. A.I change followed his taking I : I I I I ,
1 I fox street. Bitters. "Two bottles wholly !
SCHOOL BOOKS' me," he writes "and I have ,
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NAVAL STOKES MAKKKT.ttepnnril a twinge in over a year." : li i I
I I I' regulate the Kidneys ;
: HE LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO PENSA- ) Dully for The New tJ blood and cure Rheumatism :
COLA AND AT LOW PRICES. I I Union Naval stores Co. ralpia, Nervousness, improve
0'1lJ(. IifW I tion and give perfect : ;

.__. .._. ...... RI;) H.-....._ ., .....f1 so ( them. Only 50 cents at \ '
.- BOOK STORE.. WL..'.. '..... ... 37;; (i n" ....... ...... 1 w. i P'Alemberth's drug store 121 : I I
i.-.. Sit) F . 1'St. afox street.
I.'f ......... ?. :..,:n..... 3w) E."".".. .: ....:: I I ; ;
School Supplies, Tablet?, Pencils Penholder!, Etc. K.: ._ _. .._......... 2M D.._._.............. ha !' Try Gunther's I I !

._...._......... "._' : ai C.t helow ..... 1 JiSPIKITaTrn ; Solomon's. I I
PItolTlJl'J-iil'2-; -- -- ------- ;

& S. R. JOHNSON S. A. LOIT-i\ cbamols bag ol :
FORT PABST NEW MALT BEER-THE I 1 rings Lioeral ; t
21* SOUTH I'ALAFOX STULEC. turned to residence of Mrs. P.
j! PUREST MADE. I rallies street. ill

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GEORGIA LEGISLATURE. ure bad escaped the English. When Stelnits and Epstein.

A TREASUREOF asked as to its value, his eyes sparkled When Steinitz, the chess player, livedin Save

Exemption Bill Introduced by Mr. Joyously and he answered: Vienna one of his pupils in the game the Children

Candle Killed In House. INDIA "Sahib there were millions! Over was Giiitave Epstein among the richest

Atlanta, Xov. 12.-The house >'eaterday thirty men had each a heavy load and bankers of the Austrian capital. All stomach and bowel troubles in child .
tJf '
by a'Ute of 74 to 7S, kiilea made rpJ.lto carry when I tainted One day the teacher puzzled over a due to a single cause-Indigestion .crU't U,
[Ccpvrtsht.; 15-: J jy e1 D. I.f.Mt. hundI't.'llI I IEnzlishmn I
would Lave made
the bill by Mr. Cand:>r, ot DfeKalb.whei away. It a position! so long; tliat pstem said im Flux, colic, cholera morbus,diarrhoea rlv* _
piojiosc'ei an amemlmect to tLe The triMMir bMnh-n ill tli' tin.0 of rich for life.'o ." I latic1t1YVeil:" I5ut WKiii the ': Thimself all complaints of like nature are the reul't ,' ? *C3

I (ecnstitmion t.> authorize' t1"legisla! I thc luili ial! uiitmj.i:- o. !.\ .. jear ago; \\ found the cavern to 'be a room i was in a hole and his too prolonged foods fermenting In the stomach. 'I te : \\;'tej
S 6 feet broad and 10 prevent fever and to cure such troubles w
ttiuiaunl MI $IIJoIil""II.In feet long high. \\T
lueJ.tations: interruptedwith r.
_ ture to eAcniyt ehisrth! school and! college were to the 4T;
j property froa taxation.Sjxrificahy lbw I wits (In a commission or It had been swept (''''an. The native a elisresi-ectful "\VcI1""i.-." : ; perfect digestion. lining the stomacu: ,s u. -r--' -'.

_. Ue measure proposed three Jic'rs, Lcadi-d l>y a Mr. Urant; said it was nearly full of gold and Ell dou't forget; who you are and what I /

an amend Kent: to paragraph 2 of section to iIl"I'I'i..t tl.e temple at ilhoita, the I ver and plate and jewelry.: If so, the am," said Kpstein angrily, but SteiLitzretorteti f ( 0 D 0 L Digests

:2 of article 7 of the constitution j.ove-1 .uncut uttering to rebuild it. 1e- gross value was a tremendous big sum, "On the ttutirse you are EI>- ff What You Eat

of the state &> &.s to enlarge! the r'owL foie rvaeLiiij the plate it was rpored and the fellows: must have had to btcin :11hll am Pteinitz; over the l-oard \ / Kodol la the new discovery which .'

er of exenJi; >t-cn from taxation of all to utL..t stints Lad taken posst.siOfl make two or three trips of it to carry I am Epstein and you are Ste-mltz" A55 _? -- aDd bowel tro V bIes by removing the caus '. 'nj\I !\

; plaEs of religions: worship or LUrIa!. (If the iun.tjtraisse:: ; lisbtsure seen everything-away.- .. M. QUAD.M'uut remedy checks fermentation, cleanst'''. fllr1"1! I
t. at nifrlit: awl the sound of stones being lrui e. Tii otA Currt'<'t..d. Iweetens the stomach. Kodol digests all classes ot food and giVes., ', Id d
[ and also all property belonging o The, old paying that ""prali to the all ot the nourishment, health and strength it contains, lit 1
moved was luurd.Ve paid DO visitor asked the late James Tissot
4 certain eclleses.;: incorporated acail face is open disgrace'1 is still Ermljbelieved Cures Indigestion, DYlpepsla and all Stomach Troubles.
attention to these stories and cann>ei one day whether tin picture he was at
"Kodol Dyspt.'psta! Cure is
M ni or e/tLfr sE'Il:naies of learning. jns\ the thIng for dopt.'psla and
__ ; by some peopk young tru' 'I.-
_____ !hi
desolated town. belped me inorethan anyttingelse In
ratification Lear tLc work on was iuteu 'Il to illustrate the a long Itaudiuj C... Qf Catarrh ut tl. ... .1I..
e to provide for t2x proper covered with shrulu woman who was brought up by her Osc8r king.Cherry Valley N.Y.Prepared a..: .
The site was time of Christ The artist replied in
of same by the pwp: ?tc.Tho New England\ grandmother, a notable ontj by E C. DeWItt& Co.. Chicago, F-Old byalldaiavorite !.. "
and "
and Lore
and grass nnd"in's, the affirmative. "Then, said the visitor Thl t -
bill U"3.S strong!)' supported oyMessrs housekeeper' and example, of thrift, o&c MiDiiie Cougcure bouMebold rcml'lly for COUII.hronCbltil. /: .- -t
there were of young tnes0 -Ill attentionto irlpl/fj, Ulr
groves "permit me to ( your d Iiono1 IUOl U'Uub,,.. It /
-: Candlrr! of D Kalb, its auhor that says that the adage was a household
in '
Lad been seen neighborLood
tigers : an error. Aloes such as ;you have
2 { ; George of Morgan and Akin of guide jii her family. John ShpppardHarms' Pharmacy K.
_ : for Jean, but the place looked in your picture did not exist in the Sidney H! ;
__ fiarttnv. while ti> opix):;itit>n was led wolxes One day her grandmother went off:
like a paradise panthers Mediterranean: region; till after the cou-
b :lsrs. Hall of Bibb and Lane of visit and the ambitious girl ---
l \ hyenas and serpents. That evening.; pay a qUest of Mexico by iiliii1l." Ti>sOtpromptly
_ Stittter. There was considerable! tntfr'st i'f sixteen scrubbed and polished! swept
while we were settling down in our I took Lid brush and altered

: ,. in th4'l mrabure in view of the new quarters, a number of stones, front: i and dusted until it seemed as If then liis
picture. 9
_ et that it was commended by the ;urnatnnal unseen assailants were sUddenlythrown I was nothing left to do. Her heart beat TRY THIS KB! WtSF J tUMl! ; !

E1 candidates in the recent I with great force at one of tin hilt with the hope of a word of com lie Itail Sepia (Jr.<*. P.aEM.tti %

:anifiaign, and there was every uulica- natives who h.ul strayed beyond the meml.ition us she sat in the kitcb'noorway "Hiram" (]lwrilrs.. Metldergrass."did .

.:> that it was approved by the limits of the camp, hitting! him on the waiting;: for her' grandmother'sreturn
0' them
_ 111"1'1 ;you ever MV! one air castles
; ttlf Lead and knot-kin; him iii-t-nible fur :"

; 1 ;if rooomnw-ndation Or the: KO\cral minutes. The im-Ml.'S came When the old lady nrri1'111' looked the
"I "low I hev mother. replied
1 .' committee- th* spe'l from a thicket between us and the about her with keen eyes, hut there'
: : jiiif-iary; old mar. "I se-e'd one ej1 th' taruul :Th EmI .A.
.. ofF the and after we seemed no chance for criticism until, i V'S :
_ "'.'. ; to a Ml! by MiIIouton. I first ruins of town. things List time 1 wnz tew th' cit." y
awl had located the direction fired a> stooping down under the kitchen table :
-:4: ,1, 1s favored by the house I we \Vliat air they built out uv, hiram
::3 "Lt i t-s the se'uato. the rce order of th.'if ..- volley from our guns and put an end w hkh. stood near the open door, site asked Mrs. M. ( SleChb- 10 AVfcRV \\OOI.KilK

.. \ Atlanta will le granted author.kt. to the disturbance.: The native servants sa; v that the south wind had wafted a -Gold: bricks niotlxr." -Chicago;
bit' of Huff from the lien yard. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
:4i t to send Juvenile criminals under were thrown Into a state of great News.
: : consternation, believing! and arguing With eyes that would twinkle in
:4 '' > v-irs of ago. irora his court to the
: had offended the spite of herself she pointed an accusing -
that our presence Sneer Not *urr."Well HARDWARE.
tf1fi -: .
& I T!.(. comnittpo toot favorable art s-l'irits keeping guard OUT the rums. ;: finder at this evidence of carelessness ," said the cheerful wife who ,!
and but for Mr. Grant's threats the and said soberly:
thought she had a soprano voice, "if
.on on tho proposed bill!! during a
rt' .. I meeting: he-lj! yf::Trday afternoon. ant crowd would have !bolted! and left us. "Jane-t, my dear, I so there's a the Worst comes to the worst I e-ould Iron, Nails Axes, Shove I Is, Saw Mill and '\ttt'i i, "-
t "I think I into this business," he feather in the kitchen. It's high; timeI
j ( it will be ro reported to the house, sec keep the wolf troll the door by ting; Supplies, Cookiu and Heating StovtPan t 11 -
explained to us after the servants had came hOme:" ing." Window Glass, Gun, Pistols and Fi-hinz: T"i k '
i I probably today Th" bill !eeks to glvo
-2 I itla authority to recordeTa in cities been quieted down. "These ruins have "I don't doubt! that would do it," replied Agate and Tinware ana Ilouscfiirnishiii; ( od.I.0"AGENS .,.
either been taken possession of by a Mark Tnaln a* a liojrler. I her ifbMinisitie husband, "but
; of S(\.OOO or more
oaring a population!
:; ;
_ 1 ctt. band of robbers! or there is a party When Mark Twain was an editor In suppose the wolf should happen to bdcafl'liilal1l'iI'Wa FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM IlJ\X\1\Q\
i-;; inhabltauts.! and this makes it a local
In either
here hunting for treasure. he considered formidable
I J'I Hartford was a ITess.
Revere Giant Stitched
It is understood that the Belting:, Xorthauipt"n :1."
njpasuro. case our presence Is undesirable, and 3 opponent at skittles. His favorite Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., John-oi.", I K .1-

'4' I nsderation! irf the hill in the house that demonstration was to drive usaway. resort was a bowling alley In a cellar Out of llnrtnony somine, Iron King and Kuck Stoves and liati>." -, \V-:.

K 4m; ,(i will! cause e-onsiderable l discussion. I' We'll try to make it a bad job on State street, not far from the steamboat : "She didn't read the book?" Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, :\L,-.:-:, -

I1 4t The following tills have been intr> for them whoever they are." dock. While the celebrated humorist "No; the cover design didn't harmonize Made Railroad Colors.

d1Jc J: Soon after daylight one of the natives under Pond's man- "
was with any of her house gowns. Masonic Temple $ Pensacola, Fla.
i; -R By Mr. Floyd of SpalJing! -ToHmend who now had recovered a portion aceraent he was billed as one of the -Detroit Free Press. .

ffim L an wj approved December ft. of his natural courage inspected the features for an evcnintr's entertainmentat

: : ri ( A iSs 9, providing! for the employment of shrubbery and found plenty of evi the Young Men's Christian association How's This:

; I1 'ii-pwtors of roaels and bridges for all deuce that it had been occupied by men: hall at Newark. There was a The Star Laundry

1? $ i ountics of more than 6IJ.OOO;! inhabitants during the night. Some of the stones liovvllni! alley imml'tliatt'lundrrtwath We offer One Hundred Dollars reward ,

t r- so atO make tin* law appHcalii !! -I thrown at us were found to have been the lecture room. As Mark: Twain was for any case of Catarrh that

_ .. t ;<. to all i-oiiEtles of more than 15.)lClI:1oOUS ) freshly broken from large blocks., on his way upstairs with the major he cannot be cured! fcy Hall's Catarrh Biggest Busiest Best !

': 1 ." After breakfast the five of us moved caught a glimpse! of it'ho1'1 Cure.F. ,
down the IK'ad of the village, leaving J. CHKXEY, & Cm)., Toledo, 0. _
; 3L: j ft>- Mr. Sotnn.! of Fulton-To amend on "\\ going on in thoro-bowlingv':

i1 i , ; F. J. for the last 15
Cheney, years,
,.t d
nj Tl// i 'x>'c-Kions t g and the rest of following\ In Indian : They Speak
: i Ik4 '. .tncnt3; : us "Kun In somebody e-Ne for ten or fifteen financially. to curout :any obligation -
flm fit,-. We had not advanced a hundred "
said Mark Twain. 1 1 made firm.
-rtk t : ''i/\: Mr Oaulf!<>n. of Brooks-A re? minutes by '
f feet when we heard sobs and moaus ruueh better after a WEST & TRI'AX, i
shall d.l'r
41 i .i '.uon appropriating Jr)00! for the pur so
-Mf 1)1 dru 1. from both sides: of us. and one would little excrolse." Wholesale Druggi-t Toledo 0.
t-e of staudards! of weights"I'tres j f for Them elres !

1I- : for .-uch couctles as may not have sworn were wandering that a dozen; about.Th women. in distress And he_
!: irt '1,1 f them. -! sounds appeared quite close ton ALL WHO USE ATOMUKRS in Hall's Catarrah Cure i- taken internally
.iij Hy Mr. Ho-vell. of MeriwetheTo acting directly upon the We let t It :S;I hirtallt I -, (' ,
*. ;jet we could not detect the prt'senee treating naal;: catarrh will get the
4f.di :! .i"at, ard establish; a permanrnt loantl4I:7 < blood and! mucons .surface- the Cuffs we Lauud'rpi: u, '
of a unman Ix-iug. Suddenly awp beft;: result from Ely's Liquid Cream: Price bottle. Sold .
fUIJ,1 l m the treasury of the state of continued tt ahead the thiekelechood system. 75c. per tliein-(-Ivt"\ ?. They will t Ilk 1 I. II'
push Balm Price. including sprayingtune by all druggists.: Te-timoniaN free.
-i&1! ? >Kiia to be used for the prompt, uc'a' S'-reams and shrieks that than we can. \V*- Wali; t., b> ;JoId. 1 1I
7-jct; ;: Sold by lirug?Nt* or! Hall's Family Pills are the be-t.
L rr.i>nthly paymrtt of the teachers in my knees gave out. and I had to ('hltl'lla : --1 LL more by the work we do tii.m I :'
t'1f : 1 I.- Fcteols of the state mailed by Ely Bros., Warren St., :
common ti I.l'I '
z I lliab: to Fuppoit lilt> I expected: 1.4 I what we say.

J'e :! Iy! Mr. Flynt, of SpaIdir.g: :-To pro- I IdiciiUtl\ fur my exhibit, but the others New York. ASTORIA

i.4ILv hi'iit the inarriase of a whte person i came to a halt with b'erious facts and New Orleans;: Sept. I, 1900.

>Mtn a n isro in this state. and to phi3ht th<' pugia'vr said: Ir-?;*:r#. ELY BROS: -I sold two For Infants and Children.Hie ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called 1 for ail Delivered Free
: them from in traveling! I bottles of your Liquid Cream Haiti:
; ] residing I'm J \le>sed if the sounds don't give

1 : jsYji: r or Ih-ing In this state associate I raa dull though I Lr.ow its all\ a to a eu"toU1U.'m.St. New. Jvimberton.Orleans he 1115Delachal..e ha-? Kind You Have Always! Bcugft TELEPHONE: 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
: : 'i man and \rifo; to proscribe the pea- Miiomi'tg; trick of the! gang ti keep us' ,
tied the two bottle, giving him:
; -It4 '. :y therefor and for other purpose. out. "There must.Le a lot of men in wonderful: and mr>=t ':tti.f-l'tory result Lf the ofCURES ,..izL.tu / WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

th're. ?. OEO. W. McDtrv.1i .
r ',V. _\. ] [erren of Finch, Ark.,, A Mock (,r stone which !"'-'m("} to K )a mm no I.t. I

r.t< vl wi-sli to report that Foley1 four f<"'t long, ii fiKit thick and tl.:fl \\VEEliL: CLIELUk /

: u !nev Cure hm cnre v1.: -" of kidney and blud ier trouble four feet of us ns we stool in a group
eYork !
XoPrra.te d13-
-4-t4 i.1lrtt1 .It two doctors hurt' -!-jriven up" \\',. I' This Mix-k suddenly stood on end rose PEXSACOLA EIcxhrIcTEdlN.i HARPER
patches received! hl.'refrom Florence,
-pFj: : 3'Atemberte. 11 1 S.: PaUfox t. !into the air fully six feet and then M ItAly. announce the- death: of Miss Ma lu-.ureK Lo\e and a Happy Hump UAILWAY COMl'ANT.

.. LtW I to the earth with 1jar which mr.dt vis Storms of St. Louis Mo She Ti,/IS for All Tr !ts l 'are ?toiqacola) tor trim Lilt
ij: CAS .1' 0t.: :z: A things! trembl.\ tell\ you simply w htifive Ho\\ any man niav quickly cure !liim,nlf Bayou, Big l.ayou, Warn.gton.I"an Y nand .

;; .. ..s tiii :kll K .t 'r '. ll ',h; t\I\ ;"l'" I cf us saw or thought;: we saw. killed in an automobile accident Xo nflcr yBrs of suJT-rinn from (. \ ml niakness -. Fort i! rrancai at wmSKYfJ tZT
details 'A ere given however. Mica lost vitiiiuj, night luvaricicle.
I g3> a.m.arrive t j.'ort Harranea 7:15*,n
.Jrt ; I' ,... ./" / What sort of Jugglery; ; It"a' I don'trrctt'nd I'tc.anrl pnlarii 'mill: Weak organs to lutlSIZH
i'JJOa.rn.arrlve at t ort P.llrra CII. i:4 M.ali'V'p.m.srrlveBl
Storms to have vvcdeled James
was .
/. /e.: ('..:. .x to say hut it was jugglery; of ad\lior, Simply t-ml your UlUlI"II'1d Fort Bsrrauu.ii i.i5pn :;J
it) Mr.-tu-ul J. P
E. well iiddrto Knitpp to.
Kelly a !lOin sculptor oi
8.SO p. m. arrive at fort h.irrnncsB t.if> n
: 4b some sort cf course. Directly after the Hull liuiidmi 111'1 ron. :Mich and tb.-v
-?/ -- Ipi-tt) ('uM4"8tbf'r, i ftone fe.ll four or five large pieces ol this elty at Florence on Dec. 10. will gladly I'od free rei-clpt itS fulliliriTlionsfco 'f\:16pl1.arrl\m. 8r!'Ve at Fort Kort Barrancaa Karracca S.ilp.n T.Aip nbUiip !\l'' '
1' bojitnieii the Ohio ri't'r"l're' about that any man may easily curr Irrnsilt Trains :leive Fort H.uaacli5 for i'nc '
wn crashing our eurs
rock came at home. This certainly a not L' -H- : :
44Ti-: ;j3! ; al out cf-iil weather and of a ,. and r.ll boat a speedy n treat Large Reward! Offered. .mroucelt.'r aDd lbl' fdl"III'lnc..Jtra tl4k.'nIroiu cola a1Fa.m.lur' \ i

: :i:4: : LiJ rt.titi scitiv \\ vinter. "It was ju.-t I A messenger was ,dipat: Ltd ut once Now York. Xo12..-A larg. reward bir thfir I/pu\'ro/: daily IY.mail bow what into tbiukof I '' '' at Poat'M.ola -::5 k. u ;' rI (.,

-Ii I fill," said one ot thoin'At Cincin- I to r.htK-ta which I is a military; post' has !bun offered on beha'.f: of his gov- "Dear HrsPII'ILarcl'pt my 'mccr. ll'JOp if:<)} p. ji.m. arrive nrrivn at at Fensacoia> ...._. 2:.J p.p It 36uOp r ...Air

{ tD 1 ." tie! riveT was tro/e tight and the I I but it was three days befoie the soldiers c-nnirnt by Austro-Hungarlan: Consul- thaak-i for treatmt-nt yours pf a rt-ct-nt tlioron U.ile.)(h tvst I havimtnyoar and !!arrive at P-n !\Cola ..... i.4* p a '., t ,
I ;or: \
Ttti arrive at I'eosaenia 1.4. -< '
i lit!i 'inometer wont down to 'Ju decrees' came up. There ere ninety of ('rf'n..rai PS7oefwy. of this city forth limit bfa"lit has extraordinary. It ba-> *8Bp.p. m.m. arrive at I'ea.'kooi ._' > p... ..,., <' l I:
com pie't-ly braced me up. I am jut anvigoroil ,IV
low Intro.B. ." them and thoudi: we heard nothing (' arrest of"ieter Ktchen ftiy, as wbfn a boy and you C.lnnot "! .t.--.j'" ;

.'!tow which?" asked his puzzlid.ii further from the treasure hunters! *" ho is charged with having left Bu- reu'Uf hmv M.ippj 1 aai." FABC 70 H WEEK DAYS. o't _

tt'Vtt "10. ,.iuion. I while waiting we felt sure they were riaift with $11 iHOlt in government fully.111'/\1 R..sult"I'r.Mrsour.>method fTUCtly worked wbat I needed beauti Penitaala to Fort Ktrraacag retorb 4 ufeniacola

tiii.iLk; lU'loiv\ Cairn .
:;4 : lerv !,'M'. when it fl"f'.zat Tairo it mu-t I' from three different' directions! bank factory.and" enlargement entirely satis l'enncollC to Palmetto Beach fond retrm 161 Famous at home for

J',' pn.tt011.; M> they say ..o manyirtV3 haui.g orders to shOot down anything ""Ppartoirs-Your rt.'l't.'i\"dan,11 had ICar.DCDI.
no truuhleia making/ u-e of the receipt as When w tlir permm me running i Generations past:
j below Cairo. but the whole place was
tIU {' 4 they sighted. Three Negroes Cremated. directed and can truthfully say it is a hoon open coaches.

,.; I rut light Was hurting in upon the I beaten up and only one native found. Charleston S. C.. Nov. 12.-Th pest to weak men. I am greatly: improved In Ueavt, Pell.a"ota. Lv Yort Karraetai Famous now all over

; ..'hi'r. -No. they tlo! not" lie e>x- I lie was lying among the ruins cf the louse at the city hospital caught finjcstcrday Sz..lrPlll\lb!All correspondence\: and vigor.Is strictly confident va.m. ID a.m.

:. ? r"ii It's degrees below Shohga from the hills and after barIng I Is free for the akin; and the> nan-
"; so many : o'clcck and three negro men were every main to have it 2cm 1p.m. Halt 11.Dannheisser.-
bttf N i ro I do not know what it means. I been carried to camp and his injuries burned to death l.'foretbf'Y could b<-1 1 1 tp.m p. m p.p a m.

.',iJ 'hat's what vvLwi its attended' to he talked freely. Bros.
: f.i: : they say rescued. One negro .woman the only ( p.m. Ip.m
1"tit 3Jful ('(,Ill." The arty had numbered fifty men of that ( p. m. fp.m,
other inmate department, (*-
: and had been working: for two weeks KIDMEY DISEASES I r ABI roc B0tDAT
1 cape-d feaiaoolkto art }larranoa N IYJ -- -
; ttI Tho HUH un iier: > !II...-. when we appeared. Th* leader Lad ---1 .-.v -, .. .. I 1 ard a4 retnra-____ aPeniaoola DR. KING'S

.: ttfr%. A lexa citizi-n. sa.vs; au c\thane i is been told of the existence of a cavern ) to almetlo ;eaot> InS
'\T"'r'llM'i. tii>e the >\shines on cacti under the ruins of the temple and they Negroes Apply Torch. ftfft &* cat fat:! cf til! cb. re'llr11._______ ili TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR !
Columbia S. C.. Nor 12.:! -A !I'Ol.jattempt No frellU eWed alter 8:15 P. ro.
.- : the four t-id,'s of his how-c nt some had Inhered bard lu their efforts to t&sta.
itcerdiarism. mad at -
at !!
S jr&:; .n.p of the day. The :ructuie faces reach It. As we afterward paw for THAT COLD.

I CJ ;., north and south and is hituatcdv )ursehes. they had moved at least a house'ldast! was\ Crcfi.night.The An firebufg.unoccnpi thru KIEY CtLE I Is I Every Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.

\ pirallel 2!,'j of latitude or prac- thousand tons of debris! before openingthe I fnl Y' ,
Cures Consumption"ugh:
-. tegrocs. were seen and shot at. Onowas t i 8n..t tu. Rg Cj i.smutete.t.iIni1It4etIk'wls
t. illy ei deprees; north of the tropic of cavern. Thfir appliance w>re of :'-i A, aU..itlL wi rfu
wounded aId captured. A partyof Colds Bronchitis A'hroa.PneumoniaHayFev : .
d1 '1 an'-er. where theun is vertical iu the rudest sort and everything: had '-: "; (It MARVEL Whirling Spray ,

l !miner.: lIe is carrying the irobleiua been accomplished by main strength.The men is pursuing tip cthf!!"!! w caonsf tdun d. CcrJilna kt ti.e n.w ..I..i /, T J'leu-

iJ- i i.out the country. Ifl'rlnIJrizt; for cavern was found the day the soldiers Kaudhj! rtcogdisd by usif '.' risy LaGrippe Hoar cDe!'-
Train Wrecker Sentenced.Columbia. gf ,
t-t; : 1 .' solution among school children."Why1 came and In opening it this native .
S. C., NOT. 12.-Alf Cohen cent ydam u th. /?.- fa 14 rMr. .nqt.1 For II. ... Sore Throat Croup ai
he asks, 'ShouM the sun penetnue had been hurt His friends had p. "h-'..nn..t.uppl,Ib" "f-'f/' ,

.e ti my front dour in the nwrniu des abandoned him deliberately. but heblrl'thl'U I was sentenced to 15 years hi I IQwy tnd Bll.dd&r tr.J'JbW.1 oilier M'R'"tlIO. but .I Whoop :!g Cough.NO .

rt it for the of the no srudge. On the contrary, the penitentiary for fcttemptlBi to Iiptrt..t btx. '
: ? creator part day I : tb..caJ.U\ fuji panirul.,'h..mpfnr"'r' CURE. NO PAY.
: ? ail a;::ain penetrate It in the afternoon hev2 iTv.tified .know that the treas wreck the Southern trim acyr HAThits. *a.bau*to... Mil
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? Ocotee county last ennnctr. j Room 82o Times Bldg., e'll''orlt.

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; { :-} -, .. ... Light Biscuit Light Pastry Light Gate*.

k qn ,. .: :: Light Work Light Cost-SURE and-

Quick-as-a-wink I IPure.and

resto 1'.21-0

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r::COST:--OF MOLINEUX '1'RIAL. I IT"t.1 Character in the Gait NOTES OF NOTABLES. PEOPLE OF THE DAYRockefeller1 i :

cn Both Sides Will Foot Up Yes, Phillips Brooks said Joseph 0. B. JIarrisoa has completed Thank Offering. i i. ,' d,

Nearly $500,000.t forty-eight years of service i'
he could tell an insured man as organistof John D. Rockefeller has given $:;OO,- i lr
y. N<>\'. 12.:! -It has been the St. Mark's Episcopal church of
at the trial! of Roland B. by his step, and when a man is East Orange, N. J. 000 to Columbia university for theTeachers' \ '

than insured amply in The Mutual college
ISrnt more any
Rev Charles F. Dowd
\ who orig The gift is
conditional but in terms
? ,'atal; : offense in any Life Insurance Co. of New inated "standard"
railway time hut
not as harsh as those that he has made
.- the English!! system of York he his just celebrated ,; .
says by bearing : his golden wedding anniversary with other gifts of the same sort. The
't (In vogue. The cos:
"I am insured in the strongest at Saratoga. amount is the larwt that he has givento i t
i )f New York in the first
... <: '
'- ninety-three years of age. Forty years of Chicago, which he founded
about the future of I
Afoua: directions largely my family ago he made one of the most remark The trustees of the college acceptedhis I' Ca!'toria iy a harmless substitute for Ca..tor OH, Paregoric : I
handnriticg! experts who or my business if I should die. and It is IMoavmt. It i {
able balloon ascensions on record. terms trladly. They are that the Drops Sopthiu;; Syrups ,
-i ram distant states and I Ir Morphine other Narcotic :
contains neither
Opium, nor
r The Assets of The Mutual Life Insurance Company Judge Henry S. Dewey, associate college! !shall pay its debt of $100,000/ I .
nho endeavored to trace substance. It destroys Worms and allays l.'e"el"bhnc I tIt
of New York exceed those of any other life insurance Judge of the Boston municipal court, to receive $2 ,().oon from him and ob- i
:. lAficents from his ftt.I'I company in existence. They are over cures Uiarrhu'uul: \Vind Colic. It 'elien-s Teething i i f5
\I announces his Intention to resign and Troubles and cures Constipation It regulates tho J
the time of his
; 't: "ay to a.--
$352,000,000II devote himself to private practice of Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. : J' j

the law. i The Children's anacca-The ..Mother's Friend. : ,
-r 0 .'xpended about $75,0'1.1Trial. : ; : I I

-' and it is estimatedini has paid Policy-holders over Jacob R. Dodge, the well known ,, The Kind You Have Always Bough i I'' I
statistician, who died recently at TVo- I' I
;n both sides for th?
burn Mass, was the first to hold the : is
'= ', .11 foot up nearly $569 000,000 Bears the Signature of i
office .
of statistician In the departmentof

I K: agriculture. II I
which is more thin toy other life insurance company rlTHE
Stack. in the world has; disbursed Professor Edmund de Vemle of Kansas f. .t Ir
TI) issue Additional : v'k
\:,1.kcordinJ[ to Write today tor "Where Shall 1 Insure?" City. Ma, is one of the greatest linguists A !: ; I
In the country. He speaks and :
'' I t
to lx wvll
trod au-
TilE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE reads seventeen languages and reads I i .
T'.. Jlt>raM says it is t&e I
i'1! iraRo: and North- COMPANY OF NEW YORK but does not speak, eighteen.The I In Use For Over 30 Years. i j I t : I''

i\' company to i;- RI'HARD A. McCflOT President. new commander in chief of the I .Me Cr....u.. eo.. ..... n MUfY n...... Nrwo.N el.... .. ) I I //t
' Grand Army of the Republic, General i : -_
.1 'al stock amount1 CKCIh AVILLCOV Manager Stewart, is but fifty-four years old. : :: I
!! u'!: present capital I
Jacksonville, Fla. lie ('ulistrd1'hUe a boy and served I
; $1 i t.i11.83S.: tie I i

.' -1 I. probably will) gi 11. II. 1IIOUNTON.: .Ajjent over rebellion four years during the war of the 7GItyi D. -' W. B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPflflY( :

: at par. Pensacol.: Fla.TSW tamer in ;gifts from other persons $ >O.- I
r J. Heinz of Kansas City has just presented OiiO to receive from him the other !half I \JR:.
t .:,.a;N ll"'HI. -- -- the university of that! city with of Lis; gift. This other half he will j \ ; MANOFACTUKEKS AND DEALERS IN i
I T 11'T\'e with pll'II'I.t R very fine collection of curios from "
pay in taH'iients: giving! $_Zistt) for -.r'''''' .I.
t sly:I r.iblo: Is nut Japan gathered during a recent tour of .-"-"' 1 LUMBER I LATHS
:'hc Tonic every sum of ?a>, rceei\e by the .
l'I I f' "e vxctilcncs.a : I that country. Must of them are relics college in gifts; from other i>er.onlie I .- .. ,
t t always nice anil'' of Buddha !
the stool I / > '. .... ,. days has not iinK(111 limit of time. lLL' SAVED CAP ESC fil N G LES -iUt.Die:I Sap; 1 1L
:! : iv piano !h",1..j..t flJ .; Fr'.t.'.-.... :;: I Judge C. M. Tornkins is the oldest Mr. Io..kt'fl'lt'r'l\! .Tohn I). I'M'kt'.1 : .

? .; n \ pension oliuv clerk in \\'a! !hintou. He fdll Jr.. + a'r'm t (
I : .. "t.o' t1: > r. says !
:. !
.. ... )J !:;,., .. -;? PENN ACO.ALA. ;
medicine .
; ao pot'- .. i ;t. was HpiMiiutcd In lsU and saw the department 'My father makes this gift a I \ \ ;... tt',
M. .IIfau. 1 !It |: : from little bureau thank! !
:=; '\\" -' grow a to oJlenng to Almighty G.s1! for
I1 ; IJ
: $j 17'-
: I i'r p')l;('IH and ,i :; ](, t ,,;: one of the Lirwt-t and most influential I the pre<.'rvatiutIf his family a':-1,! :
\V. A. I) ..Memid I \ tt r.i., .. t.SW 1'I AAWXmIWE ;
.' \. t I _... i:)!" .xj L..x" h-t..1y :;,, branches of the (eminent household on the! occasion of the d.Ktruct .- ,

I i' tA V.'Iifl Tord'-ji,> /i I Kill:; Ldwurd his conferred the decoration ; :.n hy Pie! of his country lions' : I

,. n, "" 1\ !I Tn..0.. .r. .,,::log / of the loyal Hod Cross on Miss! at IVx-airtico Hills! N. Y., on the night! I FA PEC 1' TO SI'PPLY.31UCII IA'.GER TP.ADF I '
C \
:. 'l.l.i: ) i Mara.:1: !:.. and TYt'h; { .. "I Annie Meyers a'wl Daisy Itrazitr: Int't.'couitl.m of """'-'It. 17, lpOL"aKing :
S'ft+ l'Il .q 1t1mrllt '
: ;: 6 t.
-J'C r: 1d :; of tln-ir services in attending 'I 1

C STOn.I.l7 !-: o'.;",., :rt';ut eta> "r.c to the, skk and wounded soI'Lers DIoJc" Vrildon.Iliehard i !

: I Hj'S: 3.1:: f .J/ I in lVKin! < durlin! the: recei.t operations J. St-ildon. premier of New. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW. r
-/7 :
.. in China.Tiov. Kualuml. known as "KnuDkk.
I ;
t /1.....-.; fllL Ii T>a\i,l \\'ori'I'y. who has just ." wl.o is MMting 1-ie.I:ud. w ha\- Thompson, Olscn & Co.;' ',1 : '

t i died at Nt-Ohlio! llnpuls. Kaii., after \lag a few m.i.Ie.i--iiit, things said alniut w

: -.1: present to rive Foley's flonzy end Tar I \preaching in flint st.lte for thirty-live him in the li.i latiire of the colony."King Manresa Street. Telephone 147.

.::,.II.k 1 through the cures colds, prevents pneumonia I years had eight, sons in the Union I lid," is an interesting jnrMm.When : C- =

f -n: !t.lble articles! ate I .- -- -. -- -- -- I nnny during: the dvil wiir. S\; were tl,e: t ileuses incurred on the occasion ESTABLISHED 1863. : !

J -. : .11 surely can: find I In the Third I wa cavalry and two l.i : of the! visit of the Hike and I _, -" 1 I !
If I Foley's Honey and Tar alwaystops I I>ucli.' of York under eonsuleratiou ,
j. yOU ys cause '
; t-r vnu. the Ninth KalJt4 Their stay I
; the and heal. the I ulll.1 I avtiage :
; coujfli :
tle in cuuiniittitf of it trans-
: .11 f fIn ii lefu.A nbstituten. W. A. UI'e'a" G feet :1 Inches. i supply, ,
: bi-fore you buy. I Ifr D'Alem'l iur ..l that Li.I<)UO; I.adl..-.'!) paid for the I Io
herte 1:21: 1'alafox St. DEALERS IN- 0
prt"luetioi of a l IltH/k descriptive of the
I SHORT STORIES.There royal tour la New /ealand. TinIM >Ulil

tr I....- devoted to tin Ship Chandlery and General ardware j :
_. ; >ears ,
. .
.-. ...-_." .,,-_ ... "" ,' j r.o. n '" >"I .>< .::.:, .. .::::. .- ... -" are 10/* ) rural free delivery jjitrificutxm of Mr. Se l :J W routes In oi THtt.Mi today and 10,1'j\ ;; 803 AND 005 N. PAIiAKOX SIIUIHT.: f I i
of tit 110111. de< ian WORDS : !petitions under emisiileration.! fulsollll'III'iS was perfsrth' naiiseiiting.another -A.OENOV'I I I

; TWENTY 13I The I'.it: crud> >erry crop of t!:e whik eharaetoriziMl it as "tin- REVERE COPPER COMPANY.: JOHN A. ROEBLINO'8 HONH CO.'d I ? I '

Tinted States is tmwted; at _;j.UiIl I :lIwltlu .. is of Ilullk 'lslJL" A third GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. KUr EL A riON'S:: PUMPri.SiiTH i i I ;
; bushels a:.:aiii t l.fHO.OiK bushels in I
: -- I L-- :D> I'IM'tlkl'r :assirteil that tln I.hut.ratWI' : Bill aniisi t; Instm1mJ! 54.11s hh ,hili
I i[EI) liM. Ssriiaea "ilsU : I
I [ .! ell;:earl to l'rl'i.1till'l! >trati iir
I A Chinese: iittruru la to be establisLe.1 fur the Look wen> liiMrut.tetl "h..y": COllP.3.3E8.IOOu.. I

TWENTY CENTS. |:) !! at St. Ixwiiii which will exhibit; to take a snap 'iiot unr* I>ick I i- C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting Agent/ for Bir Pii",u' I'.nievolent A'o!

..... \'l'rrllt1l1l.t. \ ui China where goods near the dal,,'." It tram-plrnl that elation. .

---. e.i'i l>e bought; and orders left wlwn Mr. Swldon I is at 11<)111" hisi"' h-I I \

I II An a-si. 'iatHiu has l IK-MI formed to (-> are cabled to j lyimlon by lleuter's
i :t'. the DAILY NEWS One Cent a : !buy tlu? ltn :;e in Nantucket in which agency at the e\i>eiise of that colony I IoOFo
I II :M.iri.i Mitchell the astronomer was told the colony also has the iirhilegv of

1 \ I .wonderful result There i i.* no I"Mini. It i 10; prtl.wNI l to (place thenher paying for any ine!'!< ige 1 lx- eliooif-j to I I IPensacola"

.. : Int.-. ,I. t... state for realizing; a want library aid to l't..tahlisb a uiu>eiu+. wire there when he is uu his trav 'K. JJ1! oricLa. : I
The I'eiiNM'.y: IIL-torieal society' of '.
t. c hurl.' _. __ ___ __ 1
I'eiitHMly.laj.s.! : ., tins just dedicated a An Anivriciiii I'ircinnii In lJ n
I mtlWlIIlt'l.t nnd tablet, to the memory The London tire ilepiirtment reo'ntlygave Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminuo. i ;

i : :; 1HAVJ3 YOU A WANTiaiO) I of John rnn-tur victim! of the witch i an unusually I promnmeodlil: >itl I i 1

I t-. craft IIt'1''O'mi etem-y. .\ n1""I't'a:-; Beautiful Lots for Sale."f."f. i -

.! I The trc..h'iosOr the hamlet of North I i denlinl hut now api
AAverted.: : Notoriety 1Vanted. t i P.oiiJ. 0., have i is>ed an ordinance I .-f II'ilo has of the teen K.IHSU.S isnti'd('ity to list reor\l.iwrtnsent .- OxlS-3 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according "! I i

i iuu:4! the nirrjing of beer home
: '
B t" I' : \\oJt.J.: Opinion \\'anted. t thn.ujh: the stn. +.ts in a l lathe subject! toZA I oUl17th: 1(01111, dep-'utuient on to location and surroundings. I i :
.1 C I1'ul:" d. partner Wallted. Amerk' lines t'hief hale and hisI
t, I ) line witltut jii'lvilege of jury trial .ui I
y 0'a't'd.: auilter3Vanted.. I I i Vat I.di"jof mica have just lieendiseoveieil !I e,innides are well I ktmwn in lAiudon. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, I : .

E..:,'. r W' .l1tf'd. Room; 1Vanted. f i where uimii two IM':lsi"lI they have Fertile Land t
t'aliforni.i. Iligh
in tin IVathalley, Dry I I.I I.
I i
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F .' :-"Wal1tl'd. Ser\'allt; 1Vauted. n I lU'impi linw Ut-u made fort).. given KHIV startling exhibitions in _

G I I. r Wantt'd. Team,1Vauted. ilIf she fe''t deep which were mica all\ the I (pui!( k response to fire wills. Their The grandest opportunity for investment overoffered .

H \\.ll1ted. Uuionmen 11'antt way: d,>\\ ii. '!'!.o l I.nls extend 25 miles I. rapid sa-aling of the ladders ettuo'tlamazement I ,
in Pensacola.
If I .' .r Wanted. Vehicles 1Vatued.Wanted. i bj 15; nibs, and l 4"0 men are noI1t among the British fiN ladDr. : ; ,

..; '. WivesVante.l.. work. The IVathallej\ is to be fullyI'ro'l'l'ctt' Borne Should See These Lots. i
but the trouble is the lack See'ke.r! ; :
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l .
K J 1Vavted. XI'l'rienco'antl'll.. .. III"t on t.lC'nli. l

' (:tl) L \i' lilted. You're wanted tll banl' (: of wattr.PHYSICIANS. I I In an iiddr'ss Ix'fore. the rtr cnClm+'t- LAvdI-LIb' ; '
tli ins oi the CotllH* tleut tnte'1'taebt'rs'nss4N
:. !M' 'v IlItt-d. Z".I eunuch to plal'f' a '. : 1
PRESCRIBE IT. ':ation at New leaven TreMdent

I (I! 11)1f ) Many broad minded physician riunliKV: niint of IIar\ard eoll-v'; I ii Corner Garden, and Alcaniz Streets. ; f 1 1I '

prescribe Fol)"'< Honey and Tar. :H j said that the Aaelirati. s< ho-il sjstemof I i I I
: I they have never found! <:o !safe and! : tixl.iv l ill nietlli H'lit' it f.liK i I i
f. f ij) 1 Nil T nn IS lUIQ nnlIlM S. SPECIAL HUES By TH i[tfj reliable a r..medCor throat: and to trI:11: uji good! citl.eiiHe (hs-lared !1 1"\ U. HRE:>IT. WM. 11 KNOWLEH, VK. HHIL.. JR., J. H, KKKBEI !: ; l I IPresldent.

<. |: I hUt ( WEEK DR MONTH. : lung trouble* a- this great medicine. that we sinil ti.i little! inoiiej' (in edil. I Vice-Prehld nt. ( *'hUr. HI't i f[ i
W. A. IVAlembrrte. I 121 S. Palaf"x I ; I
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LJ.: :; .:.s.: .:1.1 .J: _'!.""", = .'von:"'.W':":','ay."..n.i1. I \\\\, \ ca'lk'
I \ \\, First ] l'atl0lltiJl
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5* f'fJesrsv' l .1\' I I
n "i. inipror d nals- c- I <
I 1 TKS. t H\K.\H HEIR) \aIlnr"ctnrl'r' .. '
'null tuiiouat. u low Lei and dealer in Y.atrGoodsHat4Tollrt I! I '. \ .. \ : OY: P u N ss COLJ\. TLA. 1WM.
M 1 LfslM \0:. Kiook. \ i I
on .. !
W. .
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us and lowest" ruses \17ANTK1*-All klQd o; empty h."r' h ,, .... .... ;; : I 11
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,, ." buy d.or..criptli ell >era n, have! PS- \\* .\ .-rour solicitor' *; at ply In ittl C' 0)/"" ': I draw oar own Bills of Esshanjce: oc Great Br'tain! Jrslaca) I. I
any 1 .
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-tiucit Rgonts, Pen'j I j ,''Iwlm' "?f'l way, Sweden, Denmark and other Earopein cosntriea.S i
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a uiiVritie loivcryoncla. \ 1 'INlE'>-Mt-n to learn barter iradrII .... ... 7 '; .:" /.-"" -. d f
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H ",1111..nd moiiH j : Vessl Disbursed the Mc-s Favorable
Kiipiil ad\'II 'nint l>y abundnori ;o'/ / ,: : '/' npon Terms! and tfcsllObllgatlona
.flOU ". _ed-tt I o' iraotio. .*.<,iualitli
...' I 11I"18. N to rite ih-trtiit tuday. "Muter|apph.ent jiarbcrUrlnaiis. CaCtlogutIrt'r. Coli..!:..". dp' "" i .- after Vessel Arrives there.! S I t :
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........... 1 New i a. d" To Roast Your Thanksgivings : / /' 1
; ., : 37"8afoty Deposit Boxe for Rent in Oonneoticn
\ < "r liver and w lute: \\ *:\'1'0:111I"d.: man to ft to outb with whloh ere heave" A Prim Arartanent for theU f I'
collnralUce.." 11 A In n to run itaw brnc! and wlio i>> Turkey Brown and Tender I IT.F-SIDEVT CHUU.KS: W ELIOT .
U.I :I-h..m"hl.-\. A 11101.| to look after a muuldtT and to lake 0' 'RAT t 11I1'1. : ;. j
for of his knivi" and 'a\'<. Apply to l"W.Jllu..rnuln. cation. that the average u-aclw-r's r\.is\ !
imltl fur tnfornlaneuvrrp -
HIfkt Ibie-m huilding. Dill I Is tiui ur ftiur times toe large: and 3 '
I.'Dlw J'OKVKAKUAIN PAlat;. l>e sure to use Ga* for your fuel. I that tin) little care is given tn vhwil '4 .
--- Nothing; better-nothing :\i good. hygiene awl pl.iypronnds. Hi says .
.1. I _.aett'tlolttltl.. .
bt bad of Ibe our sjs.tcm of education has failed in "
can in one 1-' 'w ",r !
: ;- 1. .. .. and most desirable You can have: a hot tire in minutes dealing; with drunkc-iin<>s;. has failed to "WnU'trwb, 1\.1 ."" .. nor.... ..,:. 1"I. HI. .II. .1:1 :La4I J
I N M'lllM'l. will I>H sections Northwest; Hill. subj.'ct to guaranteed U' a ;?t e .
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",I \Vriputtr..i-t. Ol'!. !rose al twit rl'\.uu..lur tbreHjeari with Gas. How long does it take train citizens to lute intelhirentlj! \ has .. .' :...., ..',;. ,I.t ,II
: :\I..oliy. :v'S-If I nan of bouse. can hI seen at my office.enov'w'A. I failed to stop gambl.n?. has failed toI'u"s ,..r." .... \, .. ....." ,.'."- I I
V. Uubba.I
: I you using coal You can roast a taste for ephemeral reading; e.)r 10' I....' .. "' 1'-1"1 I"", : .\

-\11: m' : "OK 8.\LE-ThE' most desirable lot lu bake broil fry-if prefer-any- I matter and Improper plays and that I III',. '..'N. .. -\..".,.IAN"rMtrtr.........I: ,,.., So. .,..... 1 1y t 1
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terms by the Fisher .. .
on easy 'I.Iul
the city I It has failed In'eral! other J' "
Important .
\I' .EXT-A: country liom>- Kfal Kstate! Agency ri4j" Sontn Palafoi II. .. ,' ',''Y.I..I... : I
thing cookable in fact with Ga, where wise and cffl- 11". ..'...1.t'nn.'p .
l"alm directions a M \ '
mllf front .
CI'Y. one tarRiars' street 1 i'
I II ... '.' I '''''. ) rplnntv.- property cf n-h" arenlrtCular on ---1.'III'lIh.h..o1-- -- -- Itn..tll"-- -.- more quickly more chearly In a cient system would have succeeded.Ms ... .B.. ,T< tS'r. '.. "; : '.; ,:,: '-"... I't f.r::':_2 ': j 1 1t
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'I... :Mrs. London. pru- ?Pen acola Gas Co. l'I y, I [0
Dinljrts of home at / rieaahrs on every box of the jt'uulne SOAP CO. Second & locust t
!Sts ST. LOL
t Northern touristsI. K. OK .1. hall foe rent or dances. etc. ? ;, ,MO : ,1 : ,
) lace to spend a sor13a1m Apply to V. 111. .olnmer. rhos. Johnson ;Laxative Bromo-Qulnine Tablets t
: or iiaa Marpty. 2 olm 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Permccla, Fla the remedy that tutee & cold In one day. I f aibv l y hf'rX tte: f. h !; ,

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Of a New Catarrh Cure.

ELOPERSARRESTED A large and constantly increasing: -""
OFBURGLARS Aa nearly as every one knows Baking
majority of the American people are Powder Is a eubstam-a used for aerating breador
t making it rit-e. If taking 1'ow.K-r Is composed
,catarrh sufferers. This is not entirely of the right I"ttrials.arefully blended
the result of our changeable climate together In eiaot proportiinu. it remains In prr-
I feet condition so long as It U kept away frou air
but because modern investigation and moisture At vxm as water IA added to linking ORTHOPEDICThat'

CHAS. SHEFFIELD AND MISS has clearly proven that many OCCURRED IN CITY COURT TODAY ,I to act IVwilerthedlftVrnut upon each other, and rhnniiiiab in /so doing atouco, begin
diseases, known by other names, are nhii'h. In e-a' |>inz; races the bread and
HETTIE NIECE FOUND IN really catarrh. Formerly the name THREE BEING BOUND : makes It upon jmrous.the The amount value of gas of linking It will generate.PowderdeifniU
I LICK" will generate the largest
catarrh was applied almost exclus- I amount of gft"(Kx| >rii uL) nod, therefore requires
MISSISSIPPI.Charles ively to the common nasal catarrh, OVER TO COUNTY. only one rounded teaspoonul of 1'owder .SHOES
i fA)the quart of Hour.
but the throat, stomach, liver, blad- .

der, kidneys and intestines' are sub Richmond. Virginia.
Sheffield and Miss Nettie The gang of burglars and accomplices
ject to catarrhal diseases as well as e
Niece of Florala ia the was tried in the mayor's
: sat waiting the nasal! passages.In : ii25 a

t loom for white passengers at the I fact, wherever there is mucous court this morning Faulk, Brown .- the kind MOTHERS you should! buy for your U.i.1: > .

Union depot last night the. cynosure I membrane there is a feeding groundfor and Caffey were bound over to the SOCIETY EVENTS i
catarrh. fit the feet as nature intended. Von need .
of many eye;. The man was county authorities; Watts, Patton They entertain n. f I-: '
i The usual remedies, inhalers,
_ adorned with strong steel shackle, I sprays, douches or powders, have and Eva Chambers were sentencedfor 1 dacing corns on your children feet if you buy them our OKI HI ,.'F

while the lady sat by his side acting been practically failures, as far as sixty days and Anderson Jackson ui AND PE a

as a comforter to him.A I anything more than temporary relief Clara Williams and Sarah SHOES. We have just received a handsome line in all size' > .,:, ; \\

was concerned, because they simply Sarah ..2S25E5ZEHSHSHSHSHSH52SHEMr. 1
: w feet lounged two depu Browu were discharged.
in Patent Ideal Kid and Vici Kid. Bring the young ones u. i : ,,
ty sheriffs, who watched the two dry up the mucous secretions, with- Brown is the wife of Wm. Brown H. W. Thompson of Bagdad

out having; the remotest effect upon spent yesterday in the city. pair tried on; you need not feel obligated to buy.
i with jealous cire. The two first- the leader, and she was held in the
the blood and liver which are the
named: were under arrest the charge I real sources of catarrhal diseases.It hope of giving away her husband's Mr. P.Tomasello, general managerof
a the German-American Lumber
aguiust Sheffield being one of kid- ': has been known for some years location.
Co. at Millview, is a business visitor
_ : :A t4 uJ.t;!iu;. TaeyonQg lady was only I that the radical cure of catarrh could The trial occurred when the court here today.T. I
never come from local applications',
a' r tt being returned to her parents at room was filled with spectators a MEYER SHOE CO.
but from an internal remedy, actingon H. Beckman and Rollin :\f.1
'! rala. I number of whom had been ,
< the bloud and expelling the catarrhal great Hockaday, of Kansas; City are business -,

;' Early: last month, sihellield, who is i poison from the system. made city witnesses. Owners or visitors to the city stopping at I .
I Feet FnmMier.s. for filh 0111,.
'J.. W credited with having, three liv- i A new internal preparation, which !stolen property were present and as the Merchants.Mr. .

jt.' wives and several children, de- has been on the market only a short 50011 as enough; evidence was ad-I T. I.. Austin who has been j
time, has met with remarkable 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
i.1 serted his family: at Flomaton and success duced to convict those above named, employed as book keeper for Thoma"I'
} as a genuine, radical cure for & Marshall: left last night
svi t to the booming; town of Florala.!: i catarrh.It the cases were closed until the cOUn- I
home in \Vetumpka Ala.
s li- ..u Uruuimel-like, he ingratiated: ;: may ba found in any drug !store ty courts take them up. Infor- P. S.-Hpecial for Wednesday and Thursday: : Little

f i '_l-elf with the ladies and soon : sold under the name of Stuart's Ca- I mations will probably be flied right I II Hon. R. II. Buford of Tallaha- i Shoes, extension ole, maui-h: style, :sizes \H to lit'II$1 I PAID
is in the business. Mr.
see, city on I
d the affection of Miss Niece, I tarrh Tablets large pleasant tasting I away. I,
f" { gain Burford was a member of the state ; --.
N 1. lozenges, composed principally of
;: c G ,l the daughter: of a respected citizenof I antiseptic ingredients, Blood-root, I The most interesting witness in legislature last year, and had the :10111 1i16/00 1'1 1,.CI0/0/l/0/0Iti11000/3/0/11/1-+1o

Mat place.: A marriage: was : Red Gum and similar catarrh sped to-day's hearing was Brown. He distinction of having been the ) 'I

1 + ,i lit planned and the plan was: put into i iI detailed how he and Faulk had en- youngest member of that house. i, ) *

ii execution at the first opportunity byi''I fics.Dr.. Ainslee in speaking of the new tered several residences, the locationof Mrs. Josephine 'Griffin has issued ; .JW 1.

II catarrh cure : "I have tried invitations to the marriage of I \ or
the pair leaving the town clacdestisely says which he could not designate, as gmen 0
pensa.1! the new catarrh remedy, Stuart's Ca- her daughter, Miss Lillian Annette, 'I ;
he He
4 and passing through was practically a stranger.
tarrh Tablets, upon thirty or forty to Mr. John Massey, Wednesday .J .
# cola, going over into Mississippi, could only say they were east or ) I.
with remarkable satisf'tctory
f patients afternoon Nov. 26, at 5 o'clock, at I .
W;, where they settled down, as they i results. They clear the head west of the railroad as the case wouldbe. Michael's: church. The receptionwill .ATTENTION!S. :10
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uaght, secure from the l.1w.,1 and throat more effectually and be held at 8 o'clock at 402 West \ ;.
.t : t1 clutches. I lastingly than any douche or inhaler Describing the Wrighton robbery, Intendencia street. 0) .
that I have ever seen and although ) +
iq ,c : II. W. Niece, the young lady's pa- : I where two watches and money were ) .
t they are what is called a patent Look Out for re\er. )
1L: feitisi tarsal guardian, sought to find his i medicine and sold by druggists, I do secured, he said that there was a Biliousness and liver disorders at .. ', WE WISH TO ACQUAINT; YOU WITH TH1- i.l.KM: 1 0I .

disobedient child in the state by first I not hesitate to recommend them as : white horse in the yard; that his this season may be prevented by I I : ;I MERITS OF OUR :

ottering" $l5: for inform ition le.lding I know them to be free from cocaine I companion, Faulk, entered the cleansing the system with DeWitt's .1.1'; .

i '. l l'r lp and opiates, and that even a little I Little Early Risers. These famous ) .
t- :j':r appr hemion. This diJ not house through;; a front window and
child may: use them with entire little pills\ do not gripe. They move ) ,#'ftaJ ._ ..... +
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After )I--- 0
:te her fO the reward was in- had procured the watches. ,
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safety. the bowels gently but copiously and -

+ r cr, i-tJ to ?;Gu: with the additional I Any sufferer from nasal catarrh, ward both were in the house. Brown I I by reason of the tonic properties,

i f :>-..v-io that expense; would be paid: throat or bronchial trouble, catarrhof readily identified Faulk, Patton and 'give tone and strength to the glands. If I ; T rous-ers I

the stomach liver or bladder will : Hargis' Pharmacy John Sheppard Dutchess
in ,iso she was out of the state the women, to one of whom he had
find Stuart' Catarrh Tablets remarkably Sidney Kahn.CRIMINAL.
ktw ...
;tputy Sheriff Williams;; took up\ sold a gold watch for $1 afterward: I
I effective, pleasant and I .1 .
.. t .' I o tae and traced the pair to M,>r- convenient and your druggist; will buying it from her at an advance of ... .., r "._ ., ._ ,.

rill Miss. Nothing was done until tell you they are absolutely fee from 50 cents and then selling it again for j If," .

: ) y I pi ,per requisition pipers were obt'lii any injurious drug.INDICTED". *7. ,t ,
t e V In Order to do so we will inaugurate on :
-'T&l ? : 'd, and armed with these in- i Testifying about the Waite robbery COURT WORKInformations

fe'rmnents, the two deputies placed I I he said: "Faulk went got the '

.,M II Jf' ,, t:> erring pair uudtr lur -t early J) I watch and gave it to me to sell. i ; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, i'

t ia: Monday: and started for Florida: I Thii watch I took to Flomaton and : were filed today in'' : +
p ,% a' \ci>. The four arrived 0.1 the beE i sold for $3. That is the watch," he the criminal court against Ed Byrd' : ;
')!;; train last: evening and remained said when'it was produced. for carrying: concealed weapons, and .

1 ; 3L ; a: the depot until tho departure I Talking of times when several O .
ir fV1 s' : u i ire accommodation train at mid- other robberies were committed he I .

_-" /i :. They wtre: landed this moru. RETURNED TRUE BILL ON i, said he went to Ed Maitland's I Jim Bell was convicted of breaking ; ', All our $125 Pants for 98c. % ,' *
t:' i SCI tt Florala. i and entering railroad with 0''I '
Louse, stole a watch, then went a car ti
MURDER CASE. i All $1.50 Pants for $1.29. i
A 'e lady declared last night; that across the street where Faulk founda i intent to commit a misdemeanor.Will i I.: our .

} 1 wouldn't testify against her purse with So In it. This money. Spann was acquitted of 0) I
All $1.75 Pants for $1.49. 0
(n-<(\. and as she slid this a happy i Iu the United States court this was taken, Faulk cutting open the I breaking and entering. He is held :, : :' our .

i tm orced smile adornwl the ;gay I II morning the grand jury returned a I purse and throwing it back into the on another charge.PROCURED 0o ; t
I -.----. All Pants for $1.68.
i i'i L .:' ariu's countenance. ;, true bill against Angus Gordon I yard. At these thefts Jim Patton, :, our $2.00 !
,; 1. t- stated that Sheffield has Nichnl-en, who is now held for another defendant, kept a lookoutfor CITYLICENSE 01 .I
y r' 1 tii I Pants for
: ; l W.VH m Calhoun county, Florida murder on the high sea: *. The crime police. : ) All our $2.25 187. ..

; Sv j .." i Kscauibu: county, Alabama.: i was committed last June onboard Two witnesses testified to having TODAYS. .. ).J f,
n c kr : : All Pants for $2.10IDiiliain
t > ht H mli tho charge: of kidnapping : the American schooner Mary Ban- purchased portions of stolen harness: I i, ,I % our $2.50 :

Il a;'uti-t him be not sustained, he : fcrd while the vessel was bound to I! from ;Fal1lk.i 0)) It
Kreissi- Co., the firm that will .J t.JOJ I
,, 3F will be made to answer to one of Pen acola from South! American County warrants had been made )
i soon begin business in the Thiesen
b ? '.:,1Y. port. The case will be tried at this for Brown, Faulk and Patton and

'' 1' .' young; lidy hn a g.)oJ app term of court. I further inquiry into the ca es was building license from, procured the city a tax merchants'collectorthis ; I i |r olU0ou) vV Son. \

t2 y. >t trance and seethed ti,* think a I IJ SjmuelReardler, a deserter from : withheld. The others, sentenced to I. '

." ; .i .:Zeal of Shetnt'ld. i the American bark Lottie Moore, i I "time" on the streets, almost con- morning and expect to begin ; : ------ ,_ v .. N oN" :
-- I business in ten days. Ml1t1NN/OIONi013.1l/d.....................,.,....
entered a plea of guilty to desertion I sI victed themselves by what they said ,I
I General Manager Nixon acted for -
FITTED UPI today and wus sentenced to GS::; daysin in their statements. ,
the firm in securing the license. i
I the Escambia county jail.! I J Brown testified with no hesitation
r ,a i I The lice use was; for the fractional THOS. WATSON & CO.,
NEW BUILDING iI and there is no doubt but that the
I WILD ROSE THE i I year, and is on a basis of fO:!' annually !
I three will be convicted in the rimiI which would indicate that LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
j nal I I
Sff t, Mr-'srs. Wicke & Co., tie well- YUCATAN WONDER/ I court. the firm will carry stock valued between I 1'EVI.VCOIjA, KI/JKIDA.
Jones Chas. Johnson ,
Mayor Capt.
( Southwest Gorier Palafox: and Garden Streets.
; f, t ka'uru plumbers and gasfitter, have H.OUO aud $6,000. The goods

-u just Completed the plumbing and I Sanders and Special Officers Frank I have begun to arrive some of them A FEW VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS, jt jt .* ,11

z ban;kUi; of chandeliers in the new Wild Rose is the name given to a ,, and Ray merit the highest commendation being in cars on side tracks. .* .,.t ?+* ** J ..* STORES AND OFFICE: Fop. i:1!' \ I
f oStcj of the Gulf Transit Co. on woman whose birth is concealed in I for so quickly ending the I
R t C mimomdaucia wharf. The firmh I .
mystery. She was captured in Yu- career of this lawless organization.i Two larg d1Jl'f'lllnl1'Iory.; on North Two stores connected I.}' lar: .
ha* -cfcmplished ono of the best i Startling, But True. I Bajlun etrll't,1I\1 b all modern convenleuwith 4 rooms and kitchen at.n'
I catan. The truth of I I ",water and In residence portion of
science compels ces gM. ,
k4 job of the, kind in the city.. i "If every one knew what a grand I city Uu per annum. Government street near Tarrauo
the thought that she i- half woman i FOR PABST NEW MALT BEER rent as whole, or separately at 11
: l"O'nm-Tl, FOOD i ; : medicine Dr. King'sew Life PillsI I Large and comfortable d'll'elllall.story,
: I rental.
1.t ABSOLUTELY NEW AND PURE. with !gas and water throughout large: lot.
aud half monkey. From her neck I writes D. H. Turner Dempsey- I wltn outbouses. located on the corner of
I towu, Pa., "you'd fell all havein La Kua street and Nth Ave., Ha: per month The McGinn Building corm -
that Can Lift You Out of IJftl. : down she is a monkey. She cannot you ment and Tarragona street, < '
.7 f fm Hie Best I, > r
t u< $, /or oc.A I a day. Two weeks' use has made A desirable one-itnrjr dwelling containing for boarding house Apply for pa. ,
T'i- proper food to build up thetlvs.m talk and she cannot take care ol -- !!: 7 rooms and batb. paa and water
1 I a new man of me. Infallible for i throughout south frontage within easy
after attack of illness\ or ,
an "W
herself. Long alt. rl1l'ltorf'.room. corner Barl"' :atendeucla :
: stomach reach or Beltand North Hillcarlines. Will
constipation, and liver
_f, any other time, is important to know I his I for streets 123: per mouth.
I Physician (looking Into anteroom, troubles. 25c at W. A. D'Alemberte'sdrug lease iJjO per annum.
about.ti She has an attendant, a big coal
J where a number of patients are waiting store, 121 8. Palafox street. I Two-torydweilingenntaining room,. A few offices on Palafox Itr.'-', *
; : k Last year I had typhoid malarial I black negress, who puts her to bed, )-Who has been waiting the longest I near Belt Line, No M N. Barcelona street.U "Tbleten Building." and a large *' '
3 fever," says a lady in Mantua, la., i s ladies skirts ill lease for I.QU! per annum. ante-room,suitable for meeting pai
Cleaning and waists
f e "turf it left me so weak I coulJ feeds her and does for the monkey ? i I .
scarcely turn in bed. I was very woman every act necessary. The, I Tailor (who Las called to present hiss Is one of onr specialties. Star Laun I ------ ---- ----- -

f '+ t nerviKithe least noise annoyed me, monkey woman, Wild Rose, ', bill)-1 Lave doctor. I delivered! the I Examine the corks on\\) Genuine Schlitz beer ha

and I could friend scarcely recommended eat anything."A Grape-. some meat; her talk is a guttural] 1, clothes to you three. years ago. dry.STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ I every bottle of Schlitz and the name branded on the

aI Silt food, thinking: iniy be I would sound. She regards; you with i When We Realm Can't Blame Them see that they are branded cork. Don't accept suh..m'
like that, and I did. I commenced strange eyes, as if she wished to tel! Sometimes In our more tolerant and Tuos. CONDON, Captain, i "Schlits." II tutes.
and am now ableto : I I
strength __
.; gaining walk around out of doors, having you her thoughts. One peculiai forgiving moods we don't blame people will make regular trips between
Rained over twenty pounds: and thing about Wild Rose is that sh t I I for what they do. At the same times Pensacola, Point Washington and : I will repair your watches and 1 I You can get your hot,'eI
,. Grape-Nuts: did it. : never keeps still one minute but i:i we cannot help but feel that they Freeport. Leave Baylen street : jewelry in first-class style. J. J.. at ./lIar.
%" } "My little brother used to be thin I going all the time and she will onl y ought to Lave had more tense.-Indianapolis wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive I Stephens.i i iI iI I furnished complete

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