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 15, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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1 lUm: OIL Cur ho mid UiaGl'itu : '
dix-lirn Libel from a pitta of 1 'I
Special to The Daily News: Committees on Credentialsand J. O old liHinl nactlnOatnrcrp.tags
und a White LaM Knellvli Bacon i- I
I Idiw l:;Oa. If rnuuiMtn. dealer liunu't UUM I
: Sme'!"a, Miss., Nov 14.-The conditions i.I Rules i { u o thuj'l! calendar on 10 I
Report.AS 6 / celpt of He In fiUmpfl If you rand oaan
I \\". :'P ideal for the pitsidcntshunt t. G""f/-' order fur one plane of eitlier of t i i
\ the three pr.iducU iu ntion l and
for hear this morning. The sky iJ also irlre us tba name of be dealer f .. I

was overcast with clouds at daybreak, TO SEATING DELEGATES. r t throuKU, whom yon stab It delivered ,' .,
i ,, t 1 OP THE UNITED STATES SENATE CHAMBER.i a few drops of rain Ml but the clouds ICON/CQPLQ eAQC//r/OQS/4Sfdvl/ ran b wvpd by the !
( .:..i+..... V |.urclia of either of the ttboT I
,1.i :in M. Thur ton, of Omaha, Nebraska, is one of the most prom!- melted: away and the sun came back Objection Made to Establishing Fed- lueiitiuiuxl ctiulce good + '.

:ittal infn ia the country. He made the speech nominating Prefi- The air ia soft and balmy, and old eraton; of City Central Bodie ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour Station, Kansas City, Kansas. : :

\ at the St. I/,contention, and was made permanent Chairmann. hunters thereabouts say the dogstould ;Would! Likely Result .Antagonistic --- --- -----,--- '---- I II I
lie v as al-o made Chairman of the convention that n-nomi- ,
i'r. -ulent Mi-Kmley at 1'hilaJelphia. Ile ; work without distress.; 'to American Federation. I I
was appointed by 1'res-
e t..e t'lialrman t.f the St. Ix>Kxpo-itiva Commission. About midnight "11111" Ennolds arrived '* OUTRAN THE BIBLE SOCIETY !
here trom the country Special to The Daily News.
.1+ tit 1. roan rr< i-ntly wrote the following letter to The 1'emnai

: I I ( jiujn'.uOhju' : along the Mississippi river with six Nov.; Orleans! XoUfrhe t'arlil'rJ11

Washington D. C., April 6, 7901.t hear dogs, and Mr Mangum, despite of the I session of the
.. Lis: illness, Itarte1th them torcamp WINS TAX CASE
h l\used Pcruna various times during the past year or two Aatriiau: Federation cf Labor v.-as: J.YNCHERS i' i

;II.:!' mi if 'jr/A/ai/ory results. btjfoie daylight. :\Ir. 3langumonly was occupied by the rejwrt cf the com I ,
anxiety when he left here was I
It i ;t'lrt'ly rtlie\ed me from an irritating cough-the result at mittes on credentials and rules Thatof i r

(i-titirt in presidential campaign, and I am a firm be- that before the he pi could evident get might to amp.have. The started ar the forcer was that two delegates SHERIFF OF EDCEFiELD LANDS ALABAMA SUPREME COURT DECIDES f : !

r ,., :I' :.fn.30'. form)" such trouble.-Jno. ,H. Thurston. whose credentials had not been regular
.. arrangements; last night "'('!>) that the be svated. The NECRO If! SOUTH r ::
11 "ru andiatal! internal remedy for catarrh. There are presiL'ot.t should start at the Drat pt[ report was; adopt.ed. CAROLINA PROPERTY PERPETU I !
'-" ad! fr..-! ut t an practically DO medicinal rivals in the
: of day. and although no word has rom.! ;
In Delegate Kemper, of the Dreneryworkers PENITENTIARY. I :
1.1.IVruna ALLY EXEMPT. }
fiom the acip ton morning, it is presume I
1 t.t-! .1 objected to the report, !;:
j I" .il.-; !:; not a local application or that he was off on schedule! tj"Ing -- :
'.. -:,.' -11-h a ,, mj'oraryrclii it i- a i-t-nnam-nt euro. that there was a protest against I
time, the president! with Hush Forte, ,
: i.. I >_, t*>.i.,,il 1 the. :I'i IVrunaisapytrmicrfini-dy.: It eradiat planter, and Moke Collier to follow. the mating of their delegation, and Special to The Dally News. Special to The Dally News; : I :

i. }.r..I"IUI\ ,i: .- ""* catarrh from the s atrm. It curescatarrh aok"what had been cone. He wa3inforn1l'J ,
} : The other members of the were ColumbIa., S.
party C.. SOY 14.-Sheriff
; n. S. !la.1: wherever located. Its that the not ; :
cures committPeyas :
"' '.: _Treallrn radical and lasting are t stationed by the guides at the crafags. s- r, (..ud to pass upon the eligibility 0'itz, of njgefieid! with a party or Montgomery'Ala., Nov. 14.' "' The 3iuprerae i it I '
dtpuiiob, has anted court has affirmed the decision ;
I| Fritz Vollm.-r, President Schwa* of the Brewery workers but would do Jof !
the :
Newspaper Men Barred. field !in a Montgomery city court in the ; '
\ !.. at delapidated condition. The f
n.-1 so
tier a later
; ixmi;frliinul, Chicago; in a re- time. A similar rtquestcame Alabama Bible 1
;, -I.' ,i.a.. A number of sheriff brought a wounded l'risonu'o' torirty tax cases. 4 r
andhoiograplHTC from
1 > I 11.ltcr 1 to The } <:ru03 Mwliciae CoI ., newspaper men the Sheet MKal workers, The I I
'i ,t Ii! \ hom he put into the society was chartered in 1S34: t' ,
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'anati: < !?! \ -: reached here last night and a like comment was made.In I
t for by special act of the legislature which 1 I
t' i- na 'al I "]fyonce was po 1 iiuly affi-cted from ind tri 'd ev r ry expedient to reach the the report of the executive committee safe keeping from I lynchtrs. I

I' i ',1' i\ I*. ana MIHItn :!I I catarrh that I va-. afraid would fuse itiitirt'ly. reams, but their [pleadings: : were in vat u. read yesterday by Cke\ sir Members of the sheriff's party to!:' exempted iU property from taxation. I i I
pn Later
; ..:! 1\;' t tatiu::. in this I of a Ions ; it came into posstssion of a ,f' i' .
dirt- Then race and tedious: through
I rni.1 of some of the wonderful e jror-o ot the plant-atiou w n dent Duncan, allusion was made to a
I things: your }'<-riiua would do ami knew the trail had strict orders nntto cirt-ular listed by the Milwaukee the woods of F.g. (ttdd after midnight store house in the heart of Montgomery 'i

"" .," I'J i-nt "f The thought it ad>'ialiltto try s-ome mywlf.: take! any outsiders: in, and the or- Trades council advocating a federation bearing the man who was: shot thiouga which went untaxed until 1891, "I. j
1 whin the tax officers 'I
\ivd assessr-d it fop
i tin- Hart-j the
"- "I am plea-iiil to :tato that ia a vt-ry Jtrs'prc ol-eyed: Some of themwanted Composed' of city central bodies. The thighs while applying the torch
i iM .\< are to five years back at a valuation of $12 t
ace'', : buildings in Edgthdd ,-
hurt time I *l'urt'd.-rritz two Lights
v a Vollinc-r, to make aa effort Axithoutguides more, the committee dE'rlared'oul:1
r 'I Wo, or $1)0,000 l all '
r ha- together.
!" "II ::rovi'l .\ ,ln'"" th! I'.ru:::!. M<'(Heine Co., Co- : but they were warned that If result in an establishment of a holy ago. t I
_\- :,:l tin;' '-' Runners The contention in the state and ': f ;
\i-.w-, lui.ilm-., f. r a l I..k of tcrtiinunial., they did not get loot in the dense lot'- ant..llonJtic: to the American Federation notified: the officers of the I
tie/, nation county nee that while the charter In ;
a eimtjuiin 1..I/.r" from proiiHvut luea tst they would be stopped' by guards of Labor. gathering of the mob so, to avoid ,i
'- ., : ieulihc haring effect at the time the charter wagranted i : I
Il"t..r 1.1- and his
Cornell r.nreruing IVruna. jail stormed, the! shenft
arose the trail. Several of them let'tin To this view. L. Iturg. delegate of i '

-- ---- the hope of Ming abe! to pfnetratipnslder.t's [ the :Milwaukee: : Federated I trades objected started for Trenton, the home of Senator dons! from did taxation not forbid special[ exemp. j't;

the totrt-at from anotherilirHtiou. Tillman. to take a train for Co subsequent constl. :

eMBOLI IN I [BOSTON BANK Ever> ,; ixjssible is betl there!strongly was tLis no thought mor in;.of declaring antagonism lumbia.' Trenton Is ten miles from tutions' had do so repealed, and that the the exemption sovereignpower ia \' ..; ''V! I 1

iu? done here to prevent intruders to the American Federation: of Etlg 'f (>!d. While on the road'S the charter. ; -

frost intt'rl with I.alxr came that a lynching party was en : I +
ring the president'sA hut rather for the ? I'
purpose o
ERUPTION The court holds that r
CLOSES DOORSSpecial oizcUlating a program having for its route to Trenton having anticipate the charter ;
A Sheriff Outz's move. The sheriff' was was a contract whose inviolability i 1& i :
Photographer's Trick 1I.j' (t a platform embodying monist! ,
informed further of protected by the federal! constitution. I
pal b >riaham.t !: the determinationto :

. Jy! News.i I to The D'w.., Ore that entrprising he: could not photographer secure a photograph finding 'e;;ate \A'iKcu! of the! none work J take the prisoner and hang him out The .exemption thin becomes permanent I
of hand.
f !h.. \'>:!K-ano of the president induced a'man ,rr.; asl.ed that as Pr..siJ"nttitchel.: : Having a small guard, ar.dno I
nut JQ
!ion. Nov 14 Tiu Ccutial Ka- of his desire: to have a brush with the a
'i t the ) barn a slight resemblance to th3 or anizat'on.! was not present
north coast tional Lack of thin did ranett.presldeut lynchers, the
'.. city not op and ES two other lil'l'gatesH're alsoabsent sheriff decided to ma- BATTLE WITH- I''
:" Nced a terrific for business; today, the comptroller! of to pOliO on horseback in a he desired to have their nearer for position. He took to the
: cotton field and went :-
1'column :
away measure
of fire the tall
cuirency having ordered the bank pine "woods traveled for hours
na'is: -ated..
.. He 1
was informed that
bly that
the counterfeit
"< .ent stones arc : L-\aiiiiner to! ilrse its doors and take woof 1 trlr: l'rplentiaJs struck another railroad: flagged a train BURGLARS
d', craters. Many charge of its l ass for the original. There is a report had net bean prstnttd e'and reached I
business. Columbia
by: going &0
and in
reply dwlaml! that he
hl'that Hob Uobbe has
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have been agreedto
del The cluing of the bank is said to : had miles out of his nay
bring his big bear houndpack of 43 presented tlum personal! !

1- l born in sporadic be! due to excess loans and a lackquirk of hounds here, and will arrive during tha ton; motion tne committee on ere, Special to The Dally News: I I

i' months and has made asets.n to the Poston appeal Clearing for aid House wu day denials! was ordered to .port upon) DECIDED CAN BURY IHjria, 0.. Nov. 14.-Four burglart I '
',' tht 'Rlnl{ of the alternates: I'enilin! I
loss of life an1 association: but the commission did Strikes Old Bruin's Trail. help up and shot the chief marshail : I 1
ue F' of the
){}rt [
committee a call here
sea at an early hour !
present outbreak.! I I not ieein it advisable!: to assist: the A messenger arrived from camp at made tur the presentation of rcsolu WIFE ALIVESpecial quently the burglars today. Subse i ; ,
the attempted to rob
volcano's j
('ru:1I. bank- 11 o'clock: with the news that the tlons j i
,' + which delegates desired: to haveInoujrht house
K\ thy of W. J. Miller The '
a fierce storm The bank president' and his latter ,
is among the smaller institutors guides started at i before
II !.'.'h the convention. A was awakened and opened fire I {
devastated tba : of the self,.. !It was organized daybreak this morning, and almost large number on the 't'

'."1 I :alto! found! victims In IS;:;, slit! a capital of $300,000Its ) immediately. struck the trail of three :I TIP! committee were handed In. to The Dally News: quartet. One of the robbers was killed J I

"' .estimate! at the deposits bears. The tracks fresh, on credintials rotuired and the remaining three made their i
aggregate $2.700.000. audIt were and the and Emporia, Kan., Nov. It -Judge i
reported in favor
of the The
1 (e+'o scape. dad robber's
persons per- is lievi'd that this amount can be guides felt certain! that the president scaling of the mine workers' alter.natl'lo. Madden In the district court last night blown head was I l
\\as not possible to paid in full without an assessment on would kill a bear before he returned The decided that a man had the right ti completely off. j "

'mlwr, ? of dead accuif the stockholders! Oris H Duke is to camp tonight The president ha1 Burger report, was Milwaukee:adopted.Delegate in- bury his wife alu'*. The case was Tnt town marshall was shot through I
the corpses! were president and J. Adams Brown. ca gone before :Mr. :Mangum arrived and troduced a resolution from the Vi i'! the City of Emporia. Prof. Vanora, hip. -f';: I II !

i 1hen the tidal wave tor. ihhe the six dogs brought; by the latter will cxrasin Federation of Labor, collie et al., an injunction being issued to

I Just before 2 o'clock today t I be held In reserve for tomorrow. All for the recognition of the principles of; prohibit the professor giving an eat I I I ENGINEER FOILS J t

if Sicily! and of : following: notice was posted on the the dogs in the original packs returned i international socialism: A resolutionto hitlon of hypnotism by burying his '
":',"us to Strombolltnt l hack's doors: to camp last night. The wife under and
messenger this effect has been Introduced at ground leaving her
," '"''"- eruption nith "Closed by order! of the comptroller reported that the president and precious conventions, and has usually: buried six days. TRAIN BOBBERS ;1 : 1 ;

a.< they fear anon: of the currency. his party were well pleased with the I invoked an animated The city claimed the exhibition endangered .
struggle the
\1'. rrslIt! inquiry at the bank elicited the Information arrangement at the' camp. The president floor! of the con\ention on life. The hypnotist claimed : I

\"... K" -l. that the comptroller had Ire vas especially gratified to fireke n1 The committee on cr..deIljlals: returned thA city had not the right to draw a Special to Thee Dally News: .1. ; r
u t'rvu
|> Cn red dered Dank Examiner Xeal to t that the tamping outfit was; of the another section of its report distinction against this kind of exhi Frankfort I:: ... Nor: 14.-Four men ,
: r au infant child of charge as; temporary receiver. None simplest character bition. .
o and recommended in its protest; that attempted to hojj; up the southbound '1'
qp} in a violent form could be found who had author ,
against the V
ityJumped eeatiuz of Delegate Cola of Mor.on expn-bs at Cyclone at 9 a. m. : t
I" \V.U.)|>ers, a Chri"tt to discuss the condition of the bank. on a Ten Penny Nail the sheet workers. A debate lasts: today. The tan: : slacked speed oa : I

'"- d Killey, .Mo. "I PILES.. The little daughter: of Mr. J. N. over an hour ensued and the matter BIC DIAMOND striking fjrpeUocs; on the rails, but ;' ;

''w doses; of Chamber- Powell was referred back to the credentials when the t'nne"r faced four revolvers
is jumped on an inverted rake ,
Constipation mostly responsible
H"I1edyand in committee. The convention then tooka he threw open the throttle. i
a short made of The
for piles. Masses of hard faeces ten penny nails, and thrust THIEF NABBEDSpecial :
recess until 2 o'clock fired
: four
,, r.1" pat and the one nail entirely through her tootand this af after- men rapidly and often, but ; ,
J. packed in the bowels, the
This pres on It
remedy not a second one half way noon. wag announced that the varIous all trainmen and passengers elK'apeff. \ s

'up, but when {give I veins to such an extent, that the Chamberlain's Pain Balm through.3 committees required time to comA Sheriff Corns and deputies afterward '
t symptoms circulation of the blood is interfered promptly applied and five minutes plete their work, and the session' lathe to The Dally News. caught the men, who gave their! names

Tnpr attack.ha-mful It= apppar'j; with, the veins in the rectum become I later the pain had disappeared audI afternoon would b. only for the Chattanooga; \o\ ifMVhile'the: M Charles Johnson, James Mock i t

-Mvt-u a, to expanded and piles is the re- I no more suffering was experienced. introduction of resolutions and not breakfast Frank Smith and Harry Gray, aft ; j
family this
In was at
three the morning
>u adult. For sale sult. days child was wearing for the transaction of any other bus clahnicg to Hve IA CtncittaU. i '
by I I her shoe usual a butler, Albert Carmichael ,
d Cure the as and with abso- negro en
medicine dealers. constipation by usinsr iness. z '
HEPATICURA I lately no discomfort. Mr. Powell is bred the room of Mrs. Webs tr
Hot and the piles will ]Look Out for Peter. ;
Chocolate-with heal themselves; if not too far ad a well known merchant of Forkland"a. James and stole $1,600 worth of Jew- .

'hipped' Cream vanced. As HEPATICURA is entirely 1 Pain Balm is an antiseptic; and Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived elry. A diamond brooch worth $i a. Biliousness and liver disorders atthis

tIon's, at Solo free from irritating effects; heals such injuries without matura.tlon criticism. It is the finest and purest and several diamond rings were taken. season may be prevented by [ ; }t I

u is well to take it in advanced ca::eat and in one-third the time required vanilla extract that can be bought. The negro boarded a Cincinnati Southern cleansing the system with De Yitt'a
the usual
MALT has; a marvelous-- to drusrh'ist keep the. faeces soft. /Sold by all sale by by all druggists treatment.and medicine For Once tried, always used. freight train for Cincinnati, but Little Early Risers. These famous ,

NT hile refreshing and dealers wag found asleep in a coal car at little pills do not gripe. They move -

11(' it helps; assimila14 : Do you want a magnificent watch The finest line of sterling silver Daisy, Tenn.. captured, and the jewelry the bowels gently but copiously, and
for little money? If call Try Force at Solomon recovered. He offered a bra] by of the
by so, on goods and silver novelties is to be ca- reason! tonic properties,
L Stephens; the jeweler He will ac man a diamond nag; to let hIm rideto ;five tone and strength to the glandi. .
'HEIS:5ER: BEOS. commodate you. liudgin's, tKe( Best fcr yc. please found at all.J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Clnc nati. Hargis' Pharmacy John 8heppardr t; -x

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DEADLY STREET DUEL. I -Let ISe GOLD OL'STiatns: do )oar VI. fk-

the mints of the Som,' people never see a foolritho'
,last Cavern Discovered Containing! coined by
Killed at Lynchburg eixrienciaji a longing; to imitate hiui
Sherlock Oglesby
Immense Stone Images.Hermosillo United States in HOI multiplied -
and Norman Wills Wounded. Women are sloi in keeping: every
Mex. Nov. 14.-A i re-
Lynchburs Va.. Nov. 14.-A tri:; ,. authenticated of by two and one-half docs engagement: except an ensa0'ementuaarry. : to
narkabl! story. duly ,
affair occurred here la<;t : : .
I /'l/I-'V he: discovery of hidden treasures hast not equal the assets of
and 12:! o'clock. a a I
night between 11 = 1'eople seen determined to prove ev-
: .J tJ \' : been reported to the governinemthorities nt Life Insurance Company '4f
result of which E. Sherlock OgiEShy :-- I at Tepee by Rev. Pab10! cry thief au honest man and every ban-:

is dead atd P. NormanVifla i is /.F \ of New cst man a tbk'f. ; .
rl'S'1 : ilartino. the parish priest of Yesca. ,
perately wounded ?- =- ;;.; "- Even a mm who doesn't want to gimarried
statement which ,
makes a ,
The priest ; ._
Fcfiei Total gold and titter c-inajr: ly-i!
The shoo;ins 'K-nnrenl 'n concurred in by several reliatvitntsses stands a little longer in frontof ,I%
treet. near Seventh. an I mirror when dressing to meet an ;j-
no witnesses" to it except two you I ; that a party of $135,882,250 bc-lress. I .i '.

1nro1ve.1j !. Ii NI nlm re leaded by an archaeologist expert; ';-I/.'
______ az fIlen who gave the name of Heverick. arri. It Is strange; how busy some men get( -" \"2'&t.
It is known that they had a quarrel, i Av.,ti The Mutual Life Insurance Company '
but what itas about could not h"". I t>d at Yes(&. several weeks ago and when the hour arrives when they :..1'.,
should on their hats and attend afriends c.
the put
into mouains.
the fact that excessive or \i'ent from that place .! \1'"
1 Gives
learned. The shots were heard an: poiat to $352,838,971exceed .1 ifI'I'i!
1 whose attention! was attract : :irregular eating disturbs the digestiotNightmare : accompanied by three' Mexican

persons night hag has it's day tim Cork Carpet*. I
: or uides.; GOLD DUSTs
aw a man lying on the sidewalk and I' those of any other company in the .orl<1.
1 correewotvknce in the undue fullness The archaeologist obtained his bear. A cork carpet may be kept clean and
; 74 another walkitg away. The man 0:1 after sating, with the belchings and sour which 1 hlaims This Company has paid policy-holders more than jothrr the followIng a woman's best friend wher A L&rOolnd. .
of a chart In good condition by
- a' ins by means It makes the clothe *
sidewalk was Oglesby, after
the bitter: = often experienced in existence.
or rising o Axt''"' company bottle 'flua1 "s'es the .-. >
to have copied fromn ( I mixture: Put into a ( only hall erne ana &
.. : jdstol with three chambers empty 1 ly too h.itor too heirty eating. lust ioow: directions or. pica 'e
lug near by. Willis! walked sfov'ul: Dr. l'i rce's Golden Medical' Discovery tone? tablet in the national museu 1 $569,000,000 parts: of vinegar turpentine, mcthylid MaeoPly by THE N K FAIRBAV

.________ t : to his home on Fifth street. cures!YS' ?sia an i other! diseases of the in the city of Mexico.: He located :l I spirit and linseed oil and t-hak.' Cucsr: New York. BcvMikers

squares ] sinnnxraed. ani stoin.ich and its allie-l organs of digestion cast cavern In a mountain near Yesc. all well together.;: Hub this well allover of OVAL FAR\ >,.

p Doctors were hastily and nutrition.Vhea thee diseases Immense stone images: stood about Write today for "Where Shall I Insure I" the carpet with a pad of cloth or h _

.::1 It was ascertained! that he latJN.\ /} I are cured the whole body shires in the his chamber. In one end was a ban!. I something of the kind iwlishing it wdi

I shot throc,:;h the 2:1: !omen near th I increased strength derived from food altar above which burned a TilE MUTUAL LIFE hSL"RACECmIPAY afterward with a clean clotU. LODGE DIRKCTOH\\

.: &; ; navel. His! condition is precarioi. I properly digested and perfectly as imll. some I tEYORK
natural OF
-. bright' flame supplied by ba;
: i4 He stated that Obby had first sh''\ ated.
-. .. .. Medical Discovery' and Dr from a crevice in the wall. I KICIUBD A. McCu tlv. 1'rcMjrnt. POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY. KNIGHTS PYTHIA
:) him and thvn shot h'-mMf. Both thp! "y"" ; :-! :i A I' ; .

D'f; yonnp men are rom.etted with w* !l ""Ie' Cr.tarr'i Imc.nIM RemIh3 I Prof.I Pleasant\" been A.of ofivtiDf cresIxrnefit f, In a chamber adjoining this maJipple '1 CECIL WILI
_ .J k1 known lId: regjvw-ted families Viola Fulton Co Art "Ecf.ire I urd. th; : ; was found a great store of or Jacksonville Fla. of Nashua, la., write* : -Lust wiut I i>n icnU Lodrfr, No. 3. K .f p

; ; Jliorr n'.tnti'i'K-d di remedies bai !.. continued my slrt-p f-rt-hnt w. not i..tmi.rv araenis and utensils belonging to tl" i I I had a bad cold on my lungs; and : mmv.. -. vouy -.
xwiid tstum
..t I. : II. 11. 1MOIIXTON.KPnt.: advsrtiedCotilli ns RI T a-. i a ,
Struck by Street Car. 1 now fetl ;kt! a new man AflYVein iztecs. or some other pre-histork i tried at least half dozen th' .
-I nc-ed of me.Iicil tr",tment for na-nl cat irrami !! iVtisacola Fla 1 1I I medicines and had treatinei: }jj&ln '
i : : j"
f f Gref-iichoro. X. C.. Nov. H.-J. A. do n i hrtttr thau t.j tikitreUrnnt: i:,t : .
.. .
: ice.Twelve from two : without gettit1any VloltlUII h.'Qw..d -, .
IMperton.! of I'rlmvton. a cewsdealcon Dr R. V. Ii.'vce I know hismedicraes art all! burros were required! I to I physicians rf"coH1u1l'IIdtdFo.ley. --.j ,...:
j A friend ,
ri.:ht in thi i!bag of tlia-*-- r .. I benefit. ,
articles! taken from tr .
fhiNorth Carolina!: branch of tlt' I ransport I '.. I
Tar and two
.. Sometimes a dealer tempted by the< Honey and I H. H ,':, .!.I::;;
Southern was run down by a stre tear little more profit paid! on the -ale of less ave to Sao nias. where they we' '. I By Special HeptR. thins of ;i bottle cored me. I cot' I K. K. & .

c here. He was running to cltrh meritorious medicines will: offer the custom hipped! to San Francisco accompied I idcr it the: greatest coii.rh and lun:

a traIn. ar.d did not notice tie ap. -r a su-titute as being "just as bv Americans.. medicine in the world.V.. A .

I:l proalr.4 < ar. A portion of car r-as"l'd. : !good as the "Discovery." It is bette As such articles: cannot bt rI1ovl'1from I VAlnmberte, 121 :-:. Palafox St. The Beer

_ For him because it pays lietter. but it is Mex!"o without the consent .il fthp
: ov.'r 7s:! holy! but the wheels did not 1'- !

; I 4V 1ou..i;, him. His clothing! was torn by ,I medicine not as good that; for has you cure, if-1 you others want, and the : government an investigatien is '1.I'ron 1. ] G. GOLDSTEIN i Ji'.XKK.vii FUINCH- !!SCIIKDIL. ; : That MadeVICTORIA_ 'I'uAUrll1'11R

the r. at rre';.-iire. hut no bons -se'p hie! believe will cure I S3. I. <
you : you. FullowlIIl is i the schedule of tnverumeut
f. l.if tini"i, H".m r*<('OH'r. I Dr. Ilerce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse
General !
I Wed Negress; Sent to Jail. {" steamer : : IRfiUi,

the: closed system from accumulatedimpurities. Dallas.! Tex.. Nov. 14.-D. C. Scrng"li'a THE EMINENT rhich TUK NEWS prints for the I I 1-.R 1\\, I : II \

:i "Corrmunity of irtirest" Plan. I I white: man of Texarkana. wa 1oJg 1' I "ientfit of the merchant who *hip : L IH : / .

? i.V1 : ; ::4il n-.4.-ao.; Xn14 -The "Commun !:n jail here without hail for marrY !1' I :heir goods to the \arious army; ,I,

., ; L :t t> of Interest" plan is being taken i''j : GEORGIA S i1E--1: a mulatto woman named Helen flat!. OPTIG SPECIALIST I ;>u t : Tata. I j..
PI'Dsncola ro.I
IILVI I. l>y t!> International Association jS i I 'hide. The charge against him i is I Leav's LeaHlirrl OCIUi.. .? 1:1j(1( a. nPicktns I

i' Ja. }iinibt& and the United Met; : Bill Office 3pacal! Attorney; rlolatins he Texas laws against ns-! I L."RV"S .. ?. H-.._, a. ni. !
Cresting I ..,..av.-. li-irranciii. ... .... ....... sl5 1\. neaves .
.. : 1; Worici'rs. which will come close t<) W. & A. Repealed. egcnatIoIL" ESCAMBIA l'.II lleol" ...!I':!;' a. m.Arrives .
; c K'>th>'r In the 5fwi machine shops !n Atlaitav.. 11.-The hou. -- ------ -- REMAINS AT THE HtrrSDC"" 11K> a. m. and ihfiiAKt3 :, IADE IIY .OIK: 1 t..V, i.HKSI i .\ ,

,. .11 ?:' ('!:! a": o. The cew plan will dw away )esteuiay: psuuvd the! bill by .\Ii. Forty Years Torture. UNTIL SATUBOAY. I !:I urnb! to a Iliirmnciis.CUTCB trip to "'ort1cl"11. : ana tiiea r- HMTNT: i: 't U K t l .
((4 j with: th.' fricrion: which has seriousi I .Kin.! of Partow. repealing tin To be relieved from torturing diise -.. Flriirni.KarraatM... Iiii 1:25: p.p. meaves. m., I IN: T( 'WNAKNHBI8SER

D : i ui!'arased I'Ontra.ofors. On sev rirwj..occ Im! which: oroa.t.1 thi- office of speoia! I ; .tavs t'tqu.acols f:*, p. mPlckcn ,

UkJ-;: :L ; the differences betwen n auo:nt')' of the 'Ac-stem and Attantiiillroad. : after forty years' torture I I I l."V"b .. 5:15 p. m. I I D BUGSAKENlN
I .-\rrlHarrllnCR& 5:*: i p. m. and rnacirip
: i toe t\\C) I'jiio-it have resultfni i
_1 f .t limn and fostly] delays tn big builna -' i on the measure, but the vote was mot [bat: i what DeWitfs Witch ilazf I On W et1up.tday" and t5:1tarday.: the i 1 1,1 HarDer IB\J-\' ,

: >. astell as strikes in rnachin ckci! lve. alve dij for C. Haney Geneva, fl. !uat wi'l loave Barrancas: via Pick-

I.t' hops. i "DeWitt's Witch llazt I ill:! for Pfii,ac< la at 6 :ilO p. m. lain Hou e-fii! :-.. I' .: if. ,x-T >
j The famous anti-rre pass bill o! He says :
I : : The General trench is for arnijarposes Exchange (> '. !t' : ". ;i. II. ,
R.n. ):
thinwading of after I had. ;
: .c -'Ir. Hall of Bibb caowup for a live cured me piles outsider ninTiive
I and .
I ,) only any P. O. mx :2tI. P.-i-.t-. 1 K.
iI : : HE COULD HARDLY GET Up. I { and was; made the sptdal! ..Jr.lier utTered forty years.' Cures CUt. I a pa-s from the quartermaster I Phone !t-:;'.'

1w,, 1' r1 !: P. H. Dully i-f A-hlf Y. Ill.! writes :: for Tuesday morning Immedlateiifter burn", wounds, -kiu diieu-jcs. l>p. I ) take paaje III Ler.

j. ; ; -... "This is i to certify that I have take the reailicg of the journal' !; i ware of counterfeit Hargh' Pharacy i

bottles r.f Cur ; umber of local bills were pissed and Kalni3UDWIKK15Y .
1'. : two FoleyV Kidney J oh:1 SheppurJ.

?': j 4 and it ha* helped me more than any several new measures principally lo WICK ]]== SCO.I
I caltn character, were introduced. o .n. a T 0 I"1. X JL.tI.T I -
;i other medicine. I tried ad
: ,(j fl many I When the house adjourned for th* $ t3 1'e d Yci P.3wus: &Q Dr. (i. G :
but of ther
verti-ed remedies
; day a bill by Mr. .'!ynt, of S. 3oldin.'. !!g'1itU.\I '- 01'11 r-\\ cialnt will rcmuin in l'i

.j gave IJIH any relief. My dru ;;. i.t i t" :;.t Wl'1 s.'ction 2145: of the code =fto'chance I 0: #I-JI- ";,irola! few day- illll"r.: H.. 1- 5luffibep Gas ai} I Steam Fitter

1I111..i wlifr . I 11 recommended K'>ley'- Kidney Curt ::1!"= the venue in suits against i .t..pPIl1;! at I E-cninbia >

hxs cud Hefore ') I ; hf' I iuntH; all df.-inu; to hive gItetojiit. ( !: "
f;j t. I r' aud it Illl) c m- !lr.suianmnin1o.;' 's. %'Il.und..r roiideration. I i

;';::4 I 14 meticin if. ue, I \ in such i a ; !: This bill contemplatesisendib The und r--ir'nedtake-thijm6tho I : i ( I iI to tlu'ir iyeto: call careful uptuiiu. I No. & Scutb EAU afos Street.

shape that I could hardly ret: ul..e5t : her service astjlijs >\ I The! Doctor ii.k- iseru.n1
? If >ili-rintr:
the! law Materials Kep i-:
so as .Fltt1U
? present and Gas ;
.. 'wh>ii one" dowti." W. .\. D'Aleniberte Hiei.-bJ midwife havS of the follonrini : Ktadb oi Planibii! {
121: Palafox St.Prsidntiai !;ive anyone the light to bring siiil'alnst : I Haviii'! hiiii: many >earexpcri-I __
: .
t4'1 I 'vu. i: in; had 35; years experiencem '.{1JJ"PI4'iJJ; :; : !Ls F"OS"lont at t'f.
a an insurance company In th' ) give best of references from i tolct! with a large: practice, I am tiiibli'd I

county where any agent resides or a:: iding physicians cf this city. I to relieve thoe persons ha'in I II I -

; Ax Stayed. which the contract is made.In MRS. M. GIDDEN any ailintiit of the I'rEcau.il1 l'Jin i iI

F1.. & ic T'r: ? Montgomery. Ala.. Nov. 14.-Anti. the Senate. Iltf| 114- -}-Kouth- --DeVilliers- !Ht.NOTICK. : ; and a satisfactory iinpeifect sight.exuminitiou I will give and you fit i ] ; ROYAL SnNDAHD \WIIISlle

41..1.Jt.! ; t fi'.y white -puhllcan." hert, who pnfess I: The senate bad another busy as : thf' eyt-c with suitable g1ae.
..' to liavf inside! information. say ifcifnc; <'
7 k1 In the rapid
: !don yesterday. Six now bills: were I have been authorized to tifcibscriptions i propres I 4 Full at S3 29 car:
: that the i.rfsuli-ntial ax will! not fa! :iiid sctentilic invention for th ': pa-i, 8 Years Old, in Casas cf f Quarts perTHIS
t 1 I Intro..iuh-d. while number of for Wm. Jfnning1yan'b ; .
: I again IP. Alabama! until congrt's:; a ineas left or fifteen years muck hah! i LLJ -
"The Uommoutr.
tires! were read a serrrad time and re- paper discover the real cau- "I i
:1ii .1 inivis. 1r. Rocwevelt' : insisted: oi ltd.vance. I done to I ,. at tl! N. i-.u C ..
f.r! : I The price iH.OO per year : \s'1fI4Kldi.tiil"d
|* ., mmitted. Th.hOtlilf' resolution ofMr. Io"S of visual; power in both! yuiid ; ": i ,
waiting iii Hingham's! case, but yielded the ; m liui-d/ 1 II. W'1b
The fully
deMrinv papetan .. Distillery.-uid H
I, : old and much has bei" to I trip ((1ioU I
Harden Chatham
fw r4i to the pressure from friends of Mrs of provldinj have it -ep.t to them by ,, I dim. .I'I d ieivtrd tu r> in.-ilyvts < >! fhi* >ithiK.! lt i i- :b-ohitely! ;j'ur' 11'.1 iii't ex

!tL Thompon'ho got the place. The': I that: both Sous, s Ijourn. over Nov. *1, n.w to tliH uIider.hrried.H. : :tte lIeh iiiKitit of the eye by tl'i- iiiictac1es -.- :.i/ el!( 11'1 tiaiity'. by :uiy Whi-ki-y of t-- tiii" ;I.' .

'l &ay thf prrsi'lorit d.-sires to send ir I I on aerouat 01 its l,.ing Thanksgiving M. RO,11 h"i'e". r. 'i iiiiitt'-r wlll'r,' produced. 'I'If' I Stisi'l-i':

f 1 the new apiointees to the sonattanc I : (!lay, was poaciirivd In. excwpt that an Care Daily New.Curse should be n"!< d I W !h.11'IYfrtlll'vl itt\',. \ \ i--irfht jvjir-i old wht-n bottled :and, coii.1ii. .
4 whi-k'y
: amendment stipulatin: :: !tia'inipairFd II. "xci-l'lfiit quulitv i4 the chi-upe-t :
was adopted th -
.i get them inl1 becomes in < .. .. :>t,1.
: .g --_--_ that the day not be declared a ditr- i either by day or nipi't.rpectuelfs I IConnwn : ;

f j$ ', ncn. This am..ndneiit 6fL(Js! the ri'6 : should not bl : .
... r
i (Of'ttt IVmii to rtn' Inp \\m -:
::13j i olutinn back to the tone u-td under any circuin-ttncei. a- :
}Igto'a ;" Lit new t:<:' ar' rtfract'-d. and
the licht is unevenly
The hnnse bIl of :Meser '
two tUln.1'"s. M.iry. aliout which I avery eltjjiMllty -uch!; Clue; the eye to Mil very ; ,( 'iteL5( thiw1 l i-key, i ioO not -atirfied : 'l'1| I
Slaton Houston and Blackburn.Pulton truthfulnt- WlAZIUAlPEHHLKS tt call i"turu
I"rt i.'ur.: They are or rapidly: wherea.-, if I
and olM.'dienn \ was rea i for the wond tin. or the r-INKST 4 fHYriTAL 1\;: will b< refunded.

.iii arnl wbcn tell! me :i ar.d -coanniue j to the general jut!!. LKNriES are properly !,,1 jU-!t I All .rd'-rs ;should: be accompani- d I I'': '
M.iry-Ysui. you
,' ij order b wkj. 1
: fiary committee Chairman Perry. i o ed, thf will not see pi-rfi-m. ain TIGHT YrARS OLD curr-nc-y. jiostolf'ce money
hen c:1l1s eye
irs to say jou'nnot in \\ a ttrsou r.'e refer to rir-: :N
I 1 DRINKilREl but i- "trci'tliHii-d. 010 prn- iiimify
the !
romraitteo. annouryed thatchange aI youth
is t it .2.o
don't wish toe
that you I Hunk or iiiTchunt in Peii-acol.i.
1 s'ed. L TA}(DAR tay
would be lethe rese r
.r to be. mum-truthfulness or obeilieuo? : << dotibtiesa taa< n I'
lu all caeof iuipfrfi't vi-m'
phraolosy of the meajure In-fo: > ,
-Illinois State U< isttr. ,
and headache cau-td tl.rtby. i 1--
it camp] tack to the senaif for thin) '; !> BY fct spectacle will give rein I Teye < S. A. FRIEDMAN,

t ; fie44 I action. : tired weak. painful, dimmed .1/

: t A ('npi o( C.>n>... I The resolution; by Senator Mtddl, .. WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. blurred, they offer a rtrmitrtln-niii! : 'k' tfuI.B:: 1'UOI'HItl41R. !''ENSAC: \ 'I.I. K.TI.I.KIMK'N.

i .I An ideal i-up t>f o,IT: v cin. it is s.1i.l : brooks of the tWI nJ..i,, rest and: refrehuent. Ii.I t nth-, I .

l>e ma-K' only In one way. The coffU ,' word. remove the cause of the dif BOX UK. : I"
t ? I I in; the senate In favor of a state f01( inili-r.lfi "r. -.t' i!>"" t intlt'ut'i LiMuuJgrWhite O
Iuu.t of the best juality and must I aid the will hnvr >.
N4j fkulty
1d1 tj 4 hiblt at the Louisiana iw-haee xp'" Ribbon I.tnl'dv wiIlcurrord-Mr '

: be roiistiii. sntuiul' iinnu-diati'ly! and sltlon at St. Iy>ais !n 1104. case from: the ili...",.' .5 used as ' lv as. possible. (t'onivji. I ... lant.. ,,li.-tb.-r t lie- patient is a .ronllrm 'health It requires: profi '- ";iitlguidance. I a.A PR(1)PtH.
? f[ ; j the committee! on the ::;ta1 e of the rpuhllc mebriatftlpplfr," social drinkerdrunkard or when the fott 'irtii'ic: ( 'I I iiiiidl' every <'lt-- of I.KJ'; '!

......url! in tHiftitjfsurv us that it is 01tln with a favorable rep,>rt 11.11: : 1mpotl.1.forativontt... linvriaipetite oilrred, ,, even a< the eye.- are f:> 'm iiti-:, 'I hulk or b"ttliwhoeile or retail. :.: ;
for alcoholic Injuorafter U.IDK .
: ..t tines'i ii ni to make this lievtTai : .
cti WId'WII.
I I recommendation and was aloptPh' \\ bite Klhbon Kcriirdy. dlllllllar and they rcquir. c"in \C' '
i4t44 absulutrly |I"I'I-t nut of fat.rycii runs MfinliiTX ntV.. C. T. t. .
:I a unanimous! votr. Th asri. ut'Jr.d! ; Imlnrh t)) I pound lenses. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEIR-
: : .- )ff.t- that 1 I't: IXH'P :illnwi'.l i iftand tll Mrs. Miore. ores >upt-rtat>-nd.-nt ofV i gi i-- .if. t. -.
t-ommittoo reportt-d favorably! >' mans fh rUi.iin Tt-mp-raacn I"ulno.n- Many personue ;
in tinofMii air any number of I or ,.:
: hill by Senator Jordnn. of the twn' I tura. < alitornin. write- -I bav Ien great refractive power
l.uiirs. In ,('Miti'in tine tui:!!lit say that Whit Kihbon l>ni"dy on very obttiiiadrunkard '" I a tnairnifying power. Mippo-ii:.; tI..-.. TIME TABLE.
ty-eiphth district, providing\ for th I -, and tbo'! cir.Imve b-en TURn. !
I F1ll'h .1 thilU:! ii< a flip of :'u'lil ('rlr.'efrom il .*..e better or PC.DtIIZ'that tii-j
thiHcm.dy was t-
I tion of commission to inv"sIigat4' la laany cR-ek given ,
t1i tliat w.u-U!' is |,nin-lii<-il tmrv.Hiiil >\ cr a cretly. I chferfully recumntend and indors. may not hold th i type ?o far uwi\ LOUISVILLE: AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
1- ;; \iiuiHissil.iHty.! Tl(' : the prartieal.ility of ah1i"hin.! I .. White Ultilitmiuedy) from thun in "o short a time. Tin-
unite in
{: is : tlnd eon ,- 1 ItFiEMIIKI' I. Ivil
our ITnion arerteliijUtKl to an IN K h KCT
SIo,11 ; this '
industrial and agricultural entirely un-take. a ; cause-
tine aniiiii: of t I..- I t'n'.' vvapumtvs in a an utica treatment aid us in our l<-inpesnce i-
4: shi.rt time. In ach of the t'ougrt! >:FJonal distrie;:<: work." the eilary innr-cles to relax cnue a New Or]cans and Mobile
; very of the state.Another or hy mall.!! >1. Trial' pnckaifrtehy ".. hardening; of the Cryst illiui?: Len;". -. -- -

M. Townsend for and have to ciriu e for -tilstroiutr No R N'i : '
!nterf1ini mt'siintr! wrmr.t. Mrs. A. ( you t No :!. !
Tl.m.dl.M.. of Woman's Christian !len-e-i. rapid !>ucce::iou, 0.1I. >o.4 I.II\V" PfnivnlA .... .urlvel 1 &;:'.! a I' pIt&i L
secretary a T'15 a Uirn! 11:10'II -. I
dnoed was that l-y Senator r-i-M.; 1\ years .. I.-av. :i a ,
Union 218 TrenoSt. and lose the power .if accommodatu.n 2i'p: IU:! L.a'tomaton.
T a .' .
Temperance 1tOnt I' :
flOsTET12R {forty-Third dilt'rid. u-hirh rn.vid.for ; I ll.Ul a.::!:! P 5M: a L'a\'t' M..Ii .Lw&Ve i '
the to
Ihr Iite adjust youreyes
-.I vn iu-nla .
St. Boston Mass. :: > or power V. wr .rI*'an4 L.VP -\1 ,1\
'li It tf> i 7:80 LifftTe _
it--li wiirk propt the adoption! of a nni'orm -> -=t-i 1I30".b >. 1:1 >. l'alifi; >i ; to different distances"., consequently __ : :'- sSp.. _ .
_ r.4
pt '\ It Will pur'! of text books for the puMir! schi-ol-: < :' you w ill have to wear gUnse North. -_ _

,. fythf., ii.i'.i-r the stato. I from near and distant vision. Thi- '
CnlCMESTEH S ENGLISH: be avoided by usin;? spectacles So. !. No. 1.I I o,1 .
tin:: mat rf Uialth. I can I \rrl"l 4.imp) mlSpm .m
E IYRt3YtL LlS I focal ll:06pra:15ara :;].', p m Lea".I'.th.fI. .. :' rn
Rich Coal Veins Found. of proper power.If Arriv. .. MontomtryrriVH. I. ,,"" 11 :15 am.
t "I'" ,'ur, 1 .... "" ,,1..1 4 ....1, '..-n..,,,.. dtftcti"v".. are allowed U" I IIm pm \ \ .. Kumln !hanArrlVf 1..aVl' :113.. m I u.
'J' .. 11'iII tW p mHliia
Gurl.a. XuH.Tht' .:isover3. I !tI t I a.II.. .,,'. li-ible amT NashvilleArrivf. .. 1..aH
tilead ,
4 .:. ', CIIIUII."U.1; ..'(,U'.JS run : "y are :* p m : m : I i In
I "
1\.il I F \ r, ... I.aVM :
.1, rich t ... LnunvillrArrivo.
of veins of coal in th.mmr
I I (.T.4_,;, Y"\'2 I.t". .'. .bill' u a. I.. ... toine organic; trouble which i 2: Irk n..uhcheIudgestion tains near Gurley. promises to revlitiotlzs '. I --' -. luLcHo jTfcrr. Kvft..i. 1 It 1IIa:; m am lkSV" It5 pm' i 'f
-; ,, I1..s....... loOt) ItnlU"Hi will nocesitale ,I more orIes ugthjtreitment "' "t.l.nii* _
't m
the noal I I. *., r. 1" .ir .i .r..< i.. and _iaini 'P -
: market in NortherAlabama. I : -killed occult-it
.n' .'.rll.uiur,. 1'..!'..,.l.!. : by AND RIVER JUNCTION. _
Dyspepa: Several thickvn# of ,01,! i .\1 I, .... "J: :'rrpd.MJ.. ,., .,,-,. .".. .'r". may require an operation to be performed i ENSACOLA ,
I ), "P '0.,1. I' p. No.Datiy :'0. ::1'I:
ItsonibiL and l were found cm the lan.Inf'.1\ '.\ I.. I..d.h.h.1. .(.... on the et es. All the-e uirplfa'aiit So. 21-L/stl) No g-Dally No stop here tin>'- nut bon |: -' -

1. ;S b : Thomas rurk: '. throi- mi!!, ; f.m! :;i' !, result-can b. avoided to iL're.ttexteLt. -- 'I .. Keniacou.. ..Arrive JO*) p,m. 1\* r--. ::
LTTER5 Malara. and the sutlerer be relieved 1155 pm T:% a m >ave ... Pioh-mia..... W11 4:'
; Southern railroad and \'r'll! t" & CURE YOURSELF 1J:16 nIt 7:111": u. ....._. 1004! _>.f' i
T, :to & by the ue of properly fittedrect9cle" M ...... ytiie'tra
u ..
I; were tested and found to '", ,->: ,-'lUII; a VM Blf! for unattor: 12u 1:111: .. .. .....}:;.. ambl"......_ 10:1:1" 6 t;
ditcbarg.I5imr'.stt ? 1:1:111" Tlt ....._ 1Ot5 :.i,
quality to any; bitumn: ,
: CHOICEST ,, are Mns taken to w-rk th< ... ,\ "-. hon tot to trwt r t'f mucous arid mcintracc na araa. : where I will remain a 1:1'11\I"" 7:1\.5'7-ot". ... .....U'!tClljr ..-.- 10l1") ..-
Pm.nti 12 50 .._ H 11)10" 5 :i'
.. ... :'fllton
a lar t- scale. { TftEti.SC..ECLC. gent or p'JIOJ'L few days prepared to fit perfectly Il: >'1" 1Si"; .. .... .on" 4 .v.
N ... Goo Hangi
r -tFf I :;tcn.NA7o. told by DracrixU, and satisfactorily 1 the eyes of anyone !:.JJ a m .... ....-. .... Haiti .- .- IIJJ" :xj .
Bank President Goo Pen. n.s.a.o
I f FRU1T AND CONFECTIOWER f I.oui ville. :\0\ 11.-,1 M. M I< Knu ,; S ii;,rcIr tlp'et'o.u prepii1.a R4M.ITLse (UIdi. My oflice hour are from 10 o'clockit !2:3.1": 8 1:3'1":M" "' ..............Jl-lorL.nd.Crestview._..._... 'N 8:11".'116" 5Y4 4:
:3 110"' !): "' 1 1z 1"f
former president of th.> deiumt G. : m. to p. m.PROFESSIONAL IS"! 11:)<1" P Jieiuni&kitprlngi._.... fleaS __. "'I 81 lfI 2.M

I man National bank. of this: I'ith..-., r US". 8J3"; ------ArgvI.. ....._ fU" i 1'
t -AT- been sentenced to six year iii tht- pi u. if1; A CARDS. ff 1:1'1.,.I' 5:, 7. .....Ponce de Lcoa__ fIo" ::1..8fi I it'J'j"
; .. ..WMtTlile' ....._ 1:11" .
c. APOSTLE'S 1t.'nt1arby Judge! Walter! Evans o,' --- .. ----.---------.- ----- :'IJ" 11):11'10)0'| .. .. ..... CarjrvlUeBocltay. .....- 11' ; ...
federal! bavine been ,invKied : L* thy Capsules: :&r"EUpemT 5 ,. __ ..._ 11:56" I :1
the court : < 6.38 10: f8SI"
bi to ....sia If c .,c'l, /' \ !! W. C. ROWE M. D.Offil 5i) .. 10:47" .. __ cbipley .? 4:17" l'.!I->' CCii
14 East Gcrameist St., of embezzlement: of bank fun"-;. 11T .. _.....Cottonda! .___ II!! I
C-'w.j Ini ( 1J.I4ll:4f:
: 1 \ ttaT" < % lD1'1 ..
'I 4:00"
This is the fourth sectpncp on t!;-:> l : ITS' S. 1'alafox. T J1" 11S5 ......_.MarlannaCprM ._ '' : :zI
; .." 'liie I .. ...___ SW" ,
? are m 48 b :! 1I:4S "' ._.._
Retanranttu1 'l3J"
? Formerly Cordova same charge!; his former senter.c-, V ... Hoar from t to V:30 a. m. and 1 to t p. a 11:51" ....Oracd RIC1ge_ 6U" 11-.1.
3t4 Oue c r-l\l\d of Pineaprle at f 1.1: bavin? been set aside by t1@highf'foou *-i t "'tJl.i t: 1'1 "ii I ind after o'clock I TM ". 124: noon ,. .._.._ ne,1', .. .._ N In": l'H.aTHE

'. t to t2.CS) per dozen. :t. 'ct. .,J. n.t' I'! ; I: ZPliorxo ca.I s as ,,"' Arrl,,_.'m'"' ''0'_L*.Tt 5iii (


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CONCERNING COATS. I I5eo.lble MRS. HELENA'BLAJ:1'::1':1'Young 'i !

Hint In Regard to the Wear
aud Care of (,Garment
Milwaukee Society f i4
"Now that the overcoat season' is on I IITS "

main," said an uptown tailor m the : thousin I .
cured The woman who has rnf-
course of a conversation un the cure of [ : ha\e written ) eretl from female weaken t ;
t jAy clutnis "IJI:(: sees the utter inability. of tell how Wine of a:i}) should do anything within I
: CarJai L,'stows the health.
the avir.iRe mace to properly '1'. u.r .1a1: I reason to secure I
blessing of health on every y ;;p. Jj Win of ear ui the medicine
care fur L5::s garments.. JucUi.n a\.' I
who .. I
I woman takes it, rich that appeals: to reasonable -
L LIe worn anyhow without ICI-AH dam and poor alike. Mrs. women-women who :

traeting from their owners' .-.:';mar I Helena Ulan No. 123: Seventh hold operations and cutting : ,! '

f 'y mince but overcoats, like fnnk it>.ts;, Street, Milwaukee in horror-women who know t ; :
Wis., is ona! of the young that Nature is the best phy J
require care In handing and in wear I
whom Wine of Car- '
women sician. Wine of Cardui
ing. Not one man In a thousand knows dui Vas rescuefrom a life Xn llrlrni Illau. rives women bark their I /
I ," how to put on his cult correctl.lg' of suffering. She writes: health by giving Nature a ,I
noranee and carelessness! in disptsicg; 4.v7.of I 'chance to Luil.l.up the wasted and dis- \ < 1'
Car 1 is urtaialq 'worn
T .1 of the garment when not In use make eased tissue. Wine of Cardui regulate
", out': women's best friend and I am pleasedto the menstrual flow and Nature when i
the wearers of even the best coats 'look
,, ,1.;" like 20 cents' l-sde! the man with a give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons

cheaper article, but who knows how to months ago I caught a severe: cold, having in the system, makes the functional .

Yg'ti wear and care for it. been out in Inclement weather,which organs strong and healthy 8-.rraln. r
Any woman who is silently' svjferinguntold
"Men curse their tailors when after a settled all over me, particularly in the
pains because she is too sensitive
few days' wear they find tbt'lr'oats abdomen. I was in almost constant pain. to undergo a physician's examination :I !
i out of shape at the shoulders' and I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse for T

Ira iI hanging l dly. The art of the tailor medicine for a month and without any not securing relief when Wine of Car '
I has of course n great deal to do with dui is offered to her. There is no publicity i
relief. I then decided I would
: try your
the apin-araiiee of a coat but on the to deter her. She can take Wine ,
I customer himself much more 1I1'1'I'lId medicine and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home, i
I "Iot llt'n when I did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance of a final cure I; ;
men \\ they nn ln'hg
I as thol1 h a dozen doctors recommended
measured and lilted assume all tort few days and felt encouraged to continue
it. Many physicians do recommend
of unnatural 1 .shU'''!!. They forget; taking Wine of Qrdui, and my patiencewas Wine of Cardui to their patients. f d i

that what they really! want Is a garment rcwa.rdtdfor in two weeks my pains Why not pet a $1.00 bottle of Win !

tu fit thiir ordinary shape mind had left me and I felt like a new woman." of Cardui from your druggist today? I I i i
not the forced figure which they present

to the tnll-ir A million ;
suffering women t "
"rheii. again:: wui! tl... I'-w < "..itvmus WlNEofCA&DVI have found relief in l i I I11'ine

% $ $$& < 1"lIt' time rn. n.-r ti>if U "ii iin!,> I (f Cardui. I; !.
m h iw and wears It flapping OIMMI.\ K\'.'ryin I : II
\ && ? & &&M & -,.- coat should be carefully! nmliltilliy ------. Ii I
a t the wearer Into the shape '.I In-- i
:t 2> &%%& I, pv.'ryilay tisure. He flhlnl,11: I. -1 I II PENSACOLMEsx I ,

. -louldiTs I well Suto it, and In order I" i _
:.I'd\l' at that result he slimiM II.IM. i:

:i-.<:-Itnl'l' on at least the Crst "si.KI :

-fats mi which he wears Ihe ;:::.uu r.t I I
Tlctt should lie earefully li.tttuiui'duwmvtird '' t FALL FESTiVAL I

: ii t tin inniatixif, our liiK-pital-aiv women. 'Pits'; an in 1110-t ,:ascs '-11Iu'r for treatment; I 11 nut the reveix-; > i i- -.i i : i'

,, n.netr&\ ii-iv.Miry by i advanced, tig-s of f0a1iroulh': a \\hnh ha\r it-suited m mantis, i! often the ease. For lit last one hour I i

:nu-iii of the womb. I on eaih of the lint six dais! of U'*' th. i
; (volt should lie kept litttnni\l.; It will ;

AN OPERATION NECESSARY. thou have adjusted iis.'lf to the jieculiarities -i ONE WEEK COMMENCING NOV. 17th i: i

', 't' \uinN: after the examination strike terror to a woman's soul, and with what regrets she of the figure." New York I !

". !I.,,.i. slif considers! that theox-iation] has )Income necx-hsary through her own neglect. Female Times. I : j I

luin't! run- them.seheN and neglecting the warnings of nature only means putting it on" until I ,". F,
''r. Tin- woman \\ho lets her trouble) make headway JKIVS the jn-nalty of a dangerous opera1 Tarnn'uluGeonre Dill'

1 : .. of iiiiiirt'd) : usefulness at the I U->t. and the ojH-rafion often proves fatal when her life I II. IIIHrcr t-f \Vi--t Super.ll; I ., I I '
: \ni.: one of the Iiest know gold l inn
.0'/1/ -.1\1..11\.l Ljdia I'inkliamV Vegetable: ComiKMinil. r
: .t.g; experts In the country Im.s I'vpl.rld ; i
li hen women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful mcnstru the t!.,i>ry that tiniiti.I.i; l"i'" ii'ii"t a- I t 11

"'it in, wt.'aknesst.'ucorrura, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that : !I"' tinier: fat:'I or Iol'I'Jon.y'!; nuoi-n" : I R1 I

i it 'it., He w-s liitteii ad i'rt' Ii..I in.i! .". n
h. Ir'* down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or flatus : J
:iiji' S on a ri-ii'iit tour of : < m iouthein :
1 i. '1.. J. '. .rural debility, indigestion and nervous prostration ; or are beset with Arizuna. Nearly i-.i\ :ulnli.'ft -- ,\ '

'. "''tHorn .1" dzziness, faintness, lassitude, excitability, irritability, ner in that part of the 1'111'1.' ., ,- n, :

,/>...:lea. melancholy, and want-tobe=left*alone feelings, and f ir'vnr< ::-1.11'itll lances protect Tin HI-MI wiii I .nm., s '' !

i hey thuisld remember that there is one tried and never=failing I,I fr' !ii the venomous spirit I- Mi I Ii! I

i.-. J/a/ Pinkham's: Compound at once removes such troubles. ''I".er knew nothing of all tin,.. ; d' \'' n i
i-i;: the Dig Hill angle \inpr.iir : d! I'r .

READ THE FOLLOWING LETTERS. I fury he came out he hail seen II;< '-:nui-- f aa a ,i I :
I .. wnq.Q f
of he tlrnlltulluIIlIll'tur.ul .I. '11 ,
'i- I lai.not: U-ll howi'iiiih gn.n1) l lou have doinme and how thankful I -
via i
I"f the larf.x-st. lie was luiten: n-p. < --it.1.I ; : t i9 :
I 1 snot: l Iav'll tri-i- from i>.iin for a day. I have had lurkaches, headaches, I I'j' and yet not even iiiconu'n dI i ti4 ; l.
''1' with li-iii-oiihii-i ltnl, ; when! mi-n.stiu.ilioii al'I ':lI'I I was in such ai I' $ mi iliMari1 r : t :
The swret of !Jr. Ilillyer's! ii'in inn" ,
i i I 'Ifw-Kired! all the lime, but nothing helji-d mi-, ;and I was told that an i! ;cording to his own tlu'C'fj i i. i In ."'t |&* iW| !: :t'1 I

I that he had taken more than tlur:r 1 .ii'
.J.i lid i ,,, ::r-r "kd that I tT Lydi.'i J;. IMnkhain's VcgitalihConijumriil.. Xo 1 t : i iI
of witliin the t
I grains quinine \\111.1 I }
', I far it. It the rir t \\'t'llliays I have I
;1 ''I' :M" ".I! how thankful ant brought me > I
four hours preceding; the visit to the --- ;
\ \" .u j' : Ii 1 t n.i. doctors could. not do, and I want e\eiy sutfering woman to know I mine. I c. I II

!."I t !r I \ 7. I E. I'.i'.th; St, New York City. i

i 1'1 '1)J"): .. ; .If ; -1 wish to thank you tor what J. llia rinkhainS: VcgftaMe: ConiiNiundi I -. ".--... .. .. ,--- ....-.- I i
: II' I I'' :'"; rii, ::1t'llIonha I's. U-ing luvnited: from the birth of my d1 IIL The doc-tor toldHiatii'ii \Vorlh Knoulne I.I
J I' '11/41/ { I .\1' eli would- 1 I.\\"t.ll and :Mrong. I Mibmitted to it, Iut"as woi'M' than A beautiful mother of pearl' surfacein KILl'A'fII.cK C\} UI.IA..ZLL ACT. i I

)' :sets tslLt' : i.utit ri-d. Finally a friend advised me to try your Vegetable Comitound: ; I did IK given to articles of glass, card- I I
"' ,.'I io I f ,.1 I 1 'It-I' ; I lontiniu-d i its UM-, and it has 11"111' for me what doctors u mid not do. I board or wood by applying to them The Daring Ride Down a Fliirht of One Hundred Step, on a Bicycle by i j

: .1 1 If v.i-ii't: n \\ith any kind of female tioublcs would only consult you before submitting with a brush an extremely thin coating KILl'A IlUCl'r! : .

; woiiM' : U. 1 11'1.III.lIlrhlll\J1..f; j>.iin and suffering. 1 cannot thank you enough, for of a strong: solution of salt inixt-d: with SLIDE FOR LIFE. ;; ; :
'. II' l'ir in! .." A\\\ Kitiiiio! l.'ti; R; both St, New York City. dextrin. Other beautiful hues may beohtainwl J t

5500 (jo roRrEITirwrru'utt'Irthnlthin.lac 1 .. thxnr'mallett.r9 :t1l.1 -Inr.lur...? ,.r "''''''VI't.timrol1ialo.. '" ch uillIjdU ,, liy addaiir to the salt: lutioui MRS. SPRAY'S Dive from Top of afoot<> Ladder into a Tub of Water.; i I
V. !L.< ir ",,?'IIII., _,..uuuo ,? K. finkhnui Mrilltltw ( ..., I.y"1*'e. liickward Fall the Tub Mi Fe-aabive, -Ground.. i !
i i sulphate of mntrnesia, :ac{tate oft Splash m ;
j t 1 nta sulphate of tin. I ''i I
f. or
The Following the Names of the Different Shows Under '
I --- -- --- : '
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. j I
i i The \\'orst Form. k<,< Separate Tents : ?<*< i :

_ :Multitudes are singing; the praises 'I
--- -- ----- ----- -- ------ I
\<. : II. .m IK- I.-i rlli I !ni i.i--. I (><> It \'f Kodol, the new discovery which Under The Red Dom I Hagenbeck's Trained Wild I i
I lli i d"! ('- 1'1\i :':.11"1..1'. "r'n i II' "in, It \uw," i IN the mottolmh the making i sick people well ;
u;:" > t mi M-ntrj\ many
I .II.".'i' '! :I, ,1..1"! ( 'I 1.11' I fll'li 1'I"! t i "' till: ---i.inip'ifi'y: !: ti'iriMii nt the Statue Turning to Life. I Animal Show. :
>I'-r'. lu-w tn !In* lilt; aid weik people strong by digesting
.I\"I! i ;:\1.1\! ii! !l !I'U'iv j til I.l.lkl'! rI j.i--i.iiii.i. Ui-piiriuit-'it; kv. |ps IIMT hl...
".i.r.uif tnni;:lii a I '| what they eat, by cleansing anti Backman Glass Blowers. I House-Up-Side-Down.
fur. till- e.ultlri'n.; hilt oar ,lij iiH-ruit about i
was to i
;is.jor IIPI>C".l."tJ.s I ..lil '!!'{I". llf :niU t'o yii: : n>n.iU'ltil t'.iau. II.-M ins! t to In l -ir: in iiiintl that n sweetening the stomach and by Johnstown Flood. I Wild Rose. j I i ij
their food into the
a day is ft'adtod1111 none oftiiiiseniiiain iiint t>e iluue is nioht wearing t rind Mpreffix > i transforming
mufti the M-ntry did kind. of rich red blood that German Streets of India.
that oiuv acre hen-. How to cut off the unnecessary! tax pure i Village. I i p
i and ud; not salute. makes feel good all over. Mr*.
does some fonii of tsin't-!h lit' by iue tiiiK the real oue jirominly.Trutli. you i Electric Theatre. Stadium. a aj
:a i il.fitii.ituQ! : and Cran fill, of Troy, I. T., writeFor : I
{'oalt'l'xtiuet'I.tlnt HKI: years u;: > an
f number of I troubled
: years was
ol-l tally Rained Dolly II pntn-jth {l'!.i Jill with iudigebtiiin and dy-pep"ia i Dog and Pony Show. ; The Maze. j

rr|Ii.fl I th.- ri'trnit.wiiu 'oiimaH. She" mold speak| the Truth is always consistent" with Itsilf ahich irrew into the worst farm. Bird and Monkey Show. ; Ocean Wave. 1
Cornish'!' her 1 i ':ithtbore and io its nothing ti> http it out. It in i Finally I was induced to UP Kmio!

.. VK 1I"Itllly that (,.utd. Thus always hear at hand sits upon our Ups!! and afttr using four bottles I am entirely Dancing Girls. 1 Venetian Gondola. -j !
1 .1;::: ; >ki'd II.I..U \(' !
iiuii'tly! did the living CornMi I.m'tllll' and is ready to drop out bt'fur, \ve are cured. I heartily recommend J JI
Nodal;, all suffers from
to indigestion
'iM'i-uiut- (huIIJnIUl11I1 In a like ;\rure. A lie is truuMminie und sets, a
fr. ::1 i .1 \'I'ul'rr- md dy-pppria. Take a doe after !I i
luaj"f''tl:1l'hr," unobtrusive uiuur; hiveieeiiwruu! ;:!htuiir mail's imeiition upon the raI.tud: ineaN. ft digests what you fat.riargi I One-Half Fare an All Railroads
>t of the new iHfoiainus which one trick needs a !treat many more tn John .
Pharmacy. hhepard.Sidnev
p. I'hlpa2"( have chanced i'id nn elianpn\ : ; the make it ;good.lie Kahn. DURING CARNIVAL WEEK.CHILDREN'S :

e.irth.-Ji.lnt Fiske In llarpI'r's. -- I ll'KSI\Y jUTKIIXOOY(/, JM I
I nd rnluo*! Human \anrf. DAY !
-M Chap himself PARKER'SHAIR All Children will, ,be Admitted Free.
f '1'..<> Mar, I'..<> .
"f' :siul the major.i BALSAM _
:Much of the pinking. tied and empty DU Colonel Gore this week. In tart, I Clf'aJJt't mina Ixviiinn tne hif.Hrumutef -
I! -i r.'ious:" csclaimixl the feeling from whk-h liusiiM-ss; uu-n who think we'd better try to-'r-nuiooth v Never Fume.! Inzunftnl Beslore rnrtS.r 9 '
to Orty
I "v. "II(I.I samlwlch TRY? THR NRW& WAIlT/ tUMll !
Jlalr to rte Youthful Color. t
I .1 :arm:"-Londonn- work their brains alone so oftiii suffer matters over somew hat d 6o -- Cum .......:D ! I i.- din to nmimulatiun uf io\iii Irthe .\*-"i.*tl1lt-llts: he made any threat? ..nJ''''''II IJIUf ::0

pysti'tu \\bUh want "winkins off." ilor--o; he ha u't said a wonl

! tIQUS. MOMENTS. Two I>.tale a lay and active {'xerclse! Tint's what worries mew York -

,. '.mt anxious hours off are the jirfxcntlve.' : and there I is no ,'x- Weekly.CAXCKK; DAYS
: are those when the ercise! which (-ui 1,,' put at any time I. ; i
: household have the : CL'UKl BY HlJ )UU B.1L3I E.CIBftAW t
ino other medicine .and by in\tnMly tti the extent that R'S ,
I t'us' terrible malady .s-jilkini! ; (':III. ]Hut to U.i pod It must : F.

H', 'e-\' and Tar. It i is a I not be sauntering. Really "siuart" All Skin anti BIIMH FJi''eases Cured, ,

'\ < rue for throat and wall.lll; I Is what i- wanted.-lto.pital. Mr?. M. L. Adams Fredonia Ala..
'. -. "; as it contains no took Botanic Blood Balm which ef- THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. ,I :

r\ r ',,t! -r poison.. it can lie Foley's Honey and Tar for cough ecftually cured an eatinar cancer of.i; l
1v'.1. i il
D'Alemberte the nose and face. The sores:! healed
.1 ,!>. S'. and colds; reliable tried and tested, perfectly. Many doctors had l: 17 Lidie; Ready-to-Wear Rainyis Boys' Double-Breasted 2,piece ; 100 doz Men's!' All Wool Camel'3! ; S
up Skirts, worth ll.oO, sale euit=, all wool worth cule Hair Undershirts ; i 1
" safe and ure. \V. A. D'Alemberte given up her case as hopeless; hundreds j, Day :: special $3 special l worth $1.50 spec- l
Moltj1(11 have of cases of cancer eating: !9Sc each. $l.fI:3 suit. 'hi i SI ; drawers to match, in White,
121 1 B. Palafox rjt.Foey's '
", i 2 J Ladies' Ready-to-Wear RainyRemember: we carry a full line ofBoys' and Fawn colors. t
sores, supperatlngswellint3.!, etc., I
nice ---- --- -- -
, ,. rif Dressprscc/ld have been cared by Blood Balm', Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Pants from 3 to 10 age, at I We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk ? i
stands worth $I, special sale S2.13 each. to suit everybody. shirts and Drawers 1
:, very cheap. Amon others, Mrs. B. M. Guerney, prices |i worth |3:' gpec-
," ;'IP Honey and Tar Warrior Stand, Ala. Her no.;e and: 60 Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our Show WiLdow for I jial to close $I.:!!) each. 1l
< thing to $o with I Xo opiates.Mrdlcal lip were raw as beef, with offensive,,i Worsted Skirts, worth f 1.50, special prices on Ladies' Underwear.; j 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed a ,
__ t nff/S.l discharge from the eating sore sale 9we each We carry a swell line of Ladies'Flannel and :Fleeced Lined Undershirts at :
Doctors advised cutting, but ii: 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig and Silk Waists! at prices so 25c ; drawers to match. I
: tVGOLAY Society, Attention. failed. Blood Balm healed the;; ured Hkirts, worth $2 oO to 16, special everybody can wear on* 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray ands I j

= There will be a regular meeting of sores andlrs.. Ouerney is i; a 1 sale $1.93: to M.SS! each. 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Red: All Wool Undershirts at COc f
.1'\" he Pensacola Medical Society at well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm Ready-to-Wear Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; drawers to match. : '
,; .st and Cora $1.48 to |3 each. You will drawers to match. We a full line .
(Heal Mills I he Board of Health office at s also cures eczema: itching humors,, save carry of Ladies', .I
)'clock p.m, Tuesday NOT 11 and 25. scabs and scales bone pains, ulcers,, money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Flepced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Hhoea ,
t F COSZflLEZA I 'I buying. worth 50c special 35c; that we tan ave 25c + '
CO. you on. 1
Prop, Visiting physicians are cordially offensive pimples, blood poison; car
[lurked to attend. buncles scrofula, risings and bumpson I 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at 11.50 drawers to match. I Remember-We carry a full line '
r l ,' M.anf"ctcreri I DR.W. C. DEWBERY, the skin and all blood troubles,, to So i ; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougat at SOc on ;1 I. 1
'1t'\L.-\sn I'1'ItEGttoCYll President.DR. DruRsists. $1 large bottle, 49 Boys' Double-Breasted piece worth $li special 7ic ; drawers dollar. We will close them out at ; .

STOCK FEED. L. DEM. BLOCKER, (Sample; of Botanic per Blood Balm free; suit, worth $1.50, !special: &Sc suit.. to match. I'I stj-i price on other merchants. ,f i k ;

Hume' .. should Indastry bay your tor ot".I.l there ii n25ttf Secretary. and prepaid by writing Blood Balm I ,(: i ii
>m the Home Maonfactnrer ---- Co., Atlanta Ga. Describe troubleand Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place
> Ton f noonra?* home Induiis If you want a good Bedstead special medical advice sent i it i :
> Icttln the commanlt I sealed letter. It is certainly worthwhile 11 i
horn are Indirectly manufacturer benefltei you. \ or (t nice Crib for the investigating such a remark F. B. BRKWNER'S

canseof Yon ow (baby go to Marston) able remedy, as Blood Balm cure s,I 't' ,
yon ,
w tnmuulty In 1 ;
; whIch Itn InG l
awful worst and most t
10. the most I
IbnttttoYour ,uppor I Quina's. deep-seated blood diseases. .0=%105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-S { lTHE It;-

i 4 1







-Fj: S THE ATTEMPT FUNERAL SERVICES Turning gray ? Why not have the early, I

_. OF MRS. STEARNS dark, rich color restored ? I It's easily

t ,U.Zattred,iecond-claas at the Poet matter.Office at Pensacola, FAilED AGAIN I done with Ayer's Hair Vigor. J.C.lj* ll..ilau.rCo.Lo ,1 100 %

OFFICE ;fltfi. Building, 211 Ji south -- The funeral services of Mrs. W. ,

J'IIiAJO& street, op-stairs. TWO ENGINES TRIED TO PASS : H. Stearns were solemnized last i -- .


i church and were attended by a large
II During *En'l\; u\i) :

Terms: Invariably in Advance. USUAL RESULT. number of sorrowing relatives and the death claim paid ID ;':.. :

Due Year by Mail ... ... .. .. ..# W friends. The floral tributes were j SUBMITTED TESTIMONYPRELIMINARY States and Canada by t.: ,. j. ,1, : .

t !1II011th. .. ........ .... ..... ......... : 00 profuse and beautiful, among them : I ble Life Assurance Socmr; i w '

One Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10 Freight train No. 2i arrived con- paid within one day utter r1. ,
being a large pillow from the B. L. i --
siderably late last night, the cause i I proof.
Adtertisirg Rates Furnished on Application E, and a crescent and star: from the i TELEPHONE COMPANY FILED APPLICATION TRIAL OF THE I!I
which occurredthe And
being; a smash-up, G. LA. :I during no iimtnli IIi; ;1' ,

_ night previous just below River Mrs. Stearns the FOR PUTTING BYRDS HELD THIS l >f-ar ha thepercentage: ; :'"
: __ was centre of a : hclosvi US"".
Junction. Two failed
a ,; UNION -LABEL the attempt to one anotheron wide and loving circle of relatives WIRES UNDERGROUND.The MORNING.The I i| This excel the !Rock1:

X, N e St pass and friend, who in her death have
I j great record. It ha n"v. r \
,i is the same track.It .
lost a true friend, a devoted mother been approached by any n.' r
s PEHSACOLA, NOV ]I5, 1902 seems that engine X o.31: drawing and a devout Christian whose shining board of public works held a preliminary trial of Ed. and I pany.I .

t a number of empty cars, was approaching special meeting immediately after Earn. Byrd, for assaulting and
-- example through life will long I "Strunrlol in tile \\ is to fear the junction station whena the adjournment of the city court
THE turkey be cherished by thoe who are left I house breaking, respectively, was THE EQl'ITAllLE LIFE .\1'" ,
the consequences of his axe. switch engine started to pass, going this morning.
to mourn her loss. I held before Justice Wolfe this morn- '
in an opposite direction on a Manager Prior of the Southern
F ?} THE Molineux ]jury was out only 13 At the time of her death-which | OF THE :SI1':11: : \i
Ed. held under
ing. Byrd was :: $jt.10
parallel track. A defective switch Bell Telephone Co. appeared before
+1 minutes, but the state is out half a occurred suddenly last Tuesday 1
bind and Earn. Byrd
million dollars. turned quickly as the trucks of the the body and submitted a petitkn was dischargedoa
morning-the deceased had reached I OOWLES Bl OS.
writ of
a contained and ,
yard engine;, struck it and the big Ii on behalf of the company for permission j i : error,
Axi uow they are talking of Mr. the ripe old age of 65, having celebrated all'' shown in the atlidavit.Testimony GeneralJ;"' IIH,
machine ran on the main track on to place: underground i I I
That's;; her last birthday October H. i'
Hill's "political pro pects.
which was approaching the heavy i wires strung over Palafox street against Ed B} rd was of 309 1-;. Palafox :; ? PKN :oo\. ( i
1 a new one on us. For _: 0 of these fruitful and well- > I
._ I
---- --- freight. Both engines were moving I I from Main to IMmont, and: from the a startling nature. It developed that -
spent year: Mrs. Stearns had been a I I I
y THE OC.1l:1lhnm.r: and the Tampa rapidly and it was too late to bring depot to the E-cambia hotel ou he had forced Mrs. Delia Holland.
1 resident of Pensacola honored Carolina Portland
Tribune are both installing new about (W years of age to accede to a .
either to a stop. I Wright street, where connections ;.I
Let the good work on. and esteemed by all who knew
presses. -. .-.-- The result need not be told. Engines will be, made with the Palafox con- request at the point of a pistol and j

Nis yiLVEK i3 LOW at the lowest prictiu ; and cars WEre piled up and I her; having moved here from Jack-I duit. The peti'ion stated that it was i' bad threatened Miss Sarah Norton :! Cement Co.BIRMINGHAJ7
son, Tenn., in ls>:2. j
# + < + q iu its: history. Mr. liryau's: feelings; I splintered and two men were hurt. the company's desire to begin work i if she did not consent to his propoi'a I. : \
seem way up m G as u-ual, however. Mrs. Stearns is survived by her j i
t r I and that should It was upon this charge that he was I 1 I
[} They were Conductor Eggart: and at once promised: a
# I husband, Mr. W. H. Stearns, and j I ALA,
t Engineer Butler of the Pensacolai; I 'permit be granted, 100 men would be arrested! and tried this morning.
AL' KEI Aistix" : has: penued a six children-Mrs. V.. D. Gibbs, )lr.1| I
3 } called "Uood NUht.; Now train, both of whom reside on I- potm 8. J. Stearns of Jackson: Tenn.; T. j toItock"ofailH.t., I \
In t 1 say "good-by," Alice, and all shall Hill. Their injuries are by no means 11.1 to completion. I the county farm today and after the can Portland L't-n.-,' t. ,,II
F. Stearns of Paris Tenn. \V.
; .
Jerniiui .
i trial this afternoon -.Saturn (i. i
be forgiven. were carried I I
The who > asked
dangerous: bat are painful and I mayor was } raent
----- Steam, .Jr.. of Mobile, and (0'. J.and Und Cement Kn .- \ 'J (
t THE Atlanta Journal has an editorial -j keep them boh in bed for some I Manager; Prior if the company was I back. They are atlorded protection''Placer, Roapii-ld! I h
E 4 r Miss Gertrud tparn.of this city. I I there it is Norfolk. Port-i.:;,. ,nSavannah. <
'J j as positively unsafe for
} on "tl.e:1UbtjJ;; populist. I time. I not LOW involued in a suit for taxes Jackt. d, I'. '

I t1 Havu't heard from Washington; I Engine;, No. 1101, which was recently I with the city. Upon ailirmative them; to return to muff prulo;. :i., Mobile, New oil.! -. i \ "
'"' county lately, evidently. I i FRIGHTENED A I i i We also mak .... '
They will be \L ; r !
returned here i ;
i ... Monday
.h I brought here from the Montgomery I, answer being !given, Mr. Hutchison I i Mills vrher,-r w. : r ,

f 1t. '1 THE retail grocers of our beloved yards, was despatched to I stated: that he had not been previously I j and the case will be set in the criminal i freight rate. S .1.\ ..I' ,.'' -

r state are to convene in Jacksonville WHITE/ LADY ; ,I court. "Alabama": and ":-.T;' : t
iv the scene of the wreck and arrived I Icu : informed of the existence Brand" Portland .
l"- 1- : M!
the of forming I
; with
1 on the :-tith object -- -- --
the return trip !late last night. i ij uit, and in view of that he said he I 1 lia Hydrlullc1'.: ? (
; t t a permanent.a-Hociation._ ... 1 I BIG FINES made near Birnun_"' u.I .
-h n. A from Madison who would the of a1
I j person was A white lady residing on East Hill oppose; proposition

'b : a recent shooting scrape in River Junction at the time of the I reported tint several days since ,, permit being granted.Mr. 1 Correspondence Soiicited.
w in a western inebriate asylum it i? I
fir j wreck, said he never saw a more I while she' was sitting in the front Wood, chairman, said he FOR CURSING
; + said that nothiuj: but "high balls"were
II ,
; used by the infuriated inmates. jumbled "mass of railway lJ1ltprl11than part of her home sewing, a big black would oppose the permit on the Qarr Iollev I'li "ll [" I.

-. ---- I iu this instance. lie said the I negro suddenly ascended the front i!ii ground that it would be but a few your j.II'II.' .
Residents of "Tin Can ,
THE president of the French republic Alley
I wreck of both engines was: j j cere-1'I before wouldbe tare at Marston V '
has: perpetrated a book called complete steps, opened the door without years a new pavement runutna; from :South Palafox street; to ( jut< I.

'I41 s "The Intense Life." Some people I and that he could not see how anj- j inony and entered the hallway, j I required and when this was put I J'.ayleu, broke loose again last night. Great Furniture Eii'irium. ,

1 : pay Mr. lluu-evelt likes flattery any one in either engine could have e:01.1! [boldly facing the brave: woman ;|
1&1 how. _. I caged with his life. I II wbom he knew was alone. Without I.i made.:
I Tom
--- I They went over t'" i iBayieu
k' AI' } WILLI.t'I1i.tNIHIL1'It11E.tKSrwill: Portions of the smashed material ;i i apoligiziug he attempted to request j It was finally decided to secure tn I
street and
FR ? began to make the STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
a' V ? now proceed to take his eat In Con were brought; to the Pensacoli shops! work, and food but the lady had i 'opinion from the city attorney ou air blue with vile language Oilier ,i iBolline

; 1; ; gress. Iii: eocialiitic pro raulln\: tod iy for repairs, which will mean a j prepared herself for just such an I i the question of whether granting the
has; of course already been re I was on hand in a few second If.hU''f' l' 'l1loftl'ola and Milimi It
'if ::ci.b\ i: hearsed. rebuilding in some ca"ps. emergency and ordered him away :
.-- -- .- -- Traffic other than freight trains: )from the house. He hesitated a i with the 1'enJinsuit;; this opinionto Their
a.t ?; I arrest only served to ru 111thttn "
1r r, ?, 1 O\IEO"V: says that Hill lJorouh ; was: not delayed to any great extent. ':' moment, but the gleaming barrel of ; be secured perhaps today, and to all the more, and on the way to :> "CI.lOF TA.'1P.1.

1 r.: county's exhibit at the state fair i* i Passenger train No. 2, due at 10:51);; a pistol levelled at him by the now let the telephone company know at the station they made public uof .T.Milton'am...u..ol... ... .tin Ar 1..t.I.,1 1.'r i I .rir .i,.
}r I 4 4 email. May be, but this it, the Urn .
p. in did not arrive Thursday until I t thoroughly frightened lady soon 'once what it was. tar'ao : 1.1 t! 'P.
anything but decent
5'; time we ever heard of anything language. ,
midnight and No. 22, due at I him heI' Mr. Prior stated that his
small about Tampa. pat ; ,I brought to his senses and company arresting oilier said the woman wa-

I Ik- __nO -. .--- I 6:30, arrived four hours behind t tj tarried no longer. The black was a >had' anticipated no trouble whateverin I the must foul-mouthed creature in JEWELER 111 HIS
{, THE president says' he wants a ;
j time. i j j stranger.; ; the application, and under the
the the .
"rough time" with tl.o-.e Mississippi i city, languige nude u- of
b ---- -- -----
r' II .-ihortlyafterward, a white mm: impression that the request would be NEW\ STAMP
I bears. He has only to wait for congress A UHKU.U. OFFiil.: by her would not bear repelling; ,

to have all the 1 aNo a visited the i granted at once, had sent men, tools
} convene to I I The undersigned will give a free''' stranger same residence -j Minor was a bad man, he aiJ, and

"rough hou-e" he want- i s.l1npl6f Chambi'rlJin's !f tomach anj informed the lady that and material here, and was readyto was always on tae Ijok.'Ut: for I have moved my jewelry -', I
----- .
I and Liver Tablet II
to wanting -
anyone he must dirpo-ses.5 her of the home commence work.D. .. 12J South Palufox f"rllN'!
carrierof .
THE an enterprising'South a reliable remedy! for disorders j trouh! B.1k V"lild a'lII
pied by
rR. r : ,a fa f Hondo- paper have been 1]i' of the stomach, biliousness! or con she lived in, as it was his, uuder an Hale Wilson, by special: permission These people had: been before ;, better prepared tim! ev-r t.>

# :ti : "equipped with whistler1 That's 'stipatiou. This i i'i a new remedy' (old title- held by his father. This ; was allowed to construct a Jones great bargains: in diaii<>n 1-, w i
b' |i ami a ;good one. All druggists andmedicine Mayor on many occasions, and
etc. Call and
jewelry -I'" n;
(. nothing new. Florid i are I ,
paper dt>dlers. sidewalk
narrow East
aNo i : ou
nun was .i stranger and heist1 Wright his honor informed let me COIIVIIICH
tim light you.
far their .
always wiii-iling -
J, .matey.w I I thought to have not been in 'street. J. I. :MFoiey's r E P J 11-.\ -
possession :
Cleaning ladies skirts and waists i pauishmeut didn't do any good. The
TilE Atlanta Journal thinks it ha is of of all the senses; coming to him.
Jif one specialties.: Star Laun- ; Martinis. But True. woman was,! fined t-5: and iu default

+ C :: roads discovered without how increased to secure taxation better lry. ___________ I The lady; was much surprised; by thin ': "If every one knew what grand/ I 1 of payment' to be jailed for tdI day. Kidney Cars:

j second' visitor, when it is" known that medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills cukes: kidneys and llutter: ;.t.
Slop a little of that practical sense BOARD OF : Minor vt a= fined f 15 or :30 day?. r_?

'+ t over tht hue into Florida if you the hoU'6 in which he lives waleft l is," writes D. H. Turner, Dempsey-

+ T r? ,J l>lea-e. I bv her hu-b'tnd who died recently town, Pa., "you'd sell all you havein EVERYBODY LOOKS
< f PUBLIC SAFETY :day.. Two weeks' use has: made:: NEW STORE ? NEW GOODS !

P. THK of Peusacola should FOR THE BEST
7 people a new man of me. Infallible for I

t try to set great store by the Country DEATH YESTERDAY eon-tipatiou, stomach and liver i NEW DRUGS' : !

: Store next wetk. It le to be in the. ': trouble 2-JC: at W. A. D'Altuib&rte'- I .
t4 in L a"t evening the board of public
I i drug store, 121 ::0;. Palafox street.: I] -- Here it i". Cull on -.
L 1 hand of good people and will lJPI[ ad' ---- -- --- ,
jsifety held a regular meeting; : n I Cieary. They are d'auk I' :
conducted for a good object and j
which time the matter of purchasing ;- ; IlicTit In'tie rna ;t White's Pharmacy. work that can be turned out i 1
r 1 < < t+ should be "Iltllf the most attractive ] I I
I -- "Yes.: saM the colored veteran "de prepared to do any kind > f <
.. 'i a chemical I lire engine wa digcued. .
feature IIf 1'eu-acula'- Fall Festival.THE 1 'tgo"I..n'
runiwsJ him. but hit
over wnz a
| *1I They put on India rnl.b'r !tr -
t I A representative of the Little Alice infant daughter of after :III." TH: under-ignnd has opened a .
Bmiups beet on the market, "n -! '" I Drug in the Iien=haw
,i,* S t : Gainesville\ News rises to exclaim -| factory adJressed the board, but no I Idefinite II )[r. and Mrs. N. C. McMillan: died' "II ow come a., they have a full 111I,: ?' r
E. "YT.v hit cut off de leg what had de building, lUG South Palafox street, tires in stock.
; : that "the primary i* here to action on the mitttrwasliken. at 1:17: p. m. yesterday, at Opp, Alt: 1 I.
: rhenmatiz! in It--\t1anta: Constltu- with a full line of Frp-h Drug?, Perfumes : Doe your buggy I II;'.
{'' stay. Yes, but hardly here to stay: j j( The iarpres-ion is that: a vt- I where the family! had been recently. !! tlon. Soaps aud such uthpr articles ing? They can make it r"-i 1 i- ,; i
it is. The primary, a= it now !
as Tbeir pricp-, d.! ,
hick of this !nature: i- getting to be a The body will :arrive this afternoon j as are usually kept in an up-to-date tan ure re n.
;}1at tii stands, is equivalent to a general inecesity I Ii Gee Men.llocsrie thy have ainplcapital tH c .1. I'
e !h election, ;old-llotiIJthereiore, have: in tin- place. and be buried at St. John' cemetery. i iAnlrr : : -I fetch: I knew what character Drug Business.We a fir-.t-cla-3 carrnge biiiili! '/
r I respectfully solicit % share of repairing bu il1e-oj. D.,. : f
-- -- ---- >
tJ L-w thrown around it the same ,;.1fe- i to assume at the masquerade party
_ g guards athose which all will agreeare --- i ]> Amid 11\111"", tomorrow night.AreblePut the public patronage; promising to1'1 'call!: on them.Scales repairer.

vi i utces-ary to pliticall'unt and Breaking into a blazing home, ,i a lirlay bead on yourI I give entire sati.-factiou, both in' !Hl'11/.KK
_ '1iI honest, elections., DistressAfter | some Hremen lately dragged the: self and 1:0 ns a society column.-Cti- I goods and price*. I a -:' '

I j sleeping, iuma: !"s from death. Fancied .'1 cago Tribune. ,,I Th Prescription Department) : i ii' in j| Phone ::7. '

: FRAxt'1-t'oMILI.: s.: the deported '! I of Mr. ..
Eating security an J death: near. Its charge: our Walter H. White

t 4 4T I mayor of \Vet' Tampa has been rem that way when you neglect cougi Cut this out and take it to any who will try his utmost to please! all

o 4' turned to his home by the public- Nausea; between meals, belching/ voiajtiiiir and cc.1J. Dou'tdit. Dr. Kings drugstore or medicine dealer and who may favor: him with their orders. FINE STATIONERY.

spirited citizens who were concern New; Discovery for Consumption i get: a free sample of Chamberlain's .\-\ our 1 tock i is entirely new -
flatulence IllS of nervous headache .
? IS ed in his abduction. The matter i* i Stomach and Liver Tablet, the best' and fresh we solicit a trill order. .
gives perfect protection all
l pain in the ttoraacb, are all i ifymptonis C. V. Thompson N.ii -
into the It ,
BOW likely to get court Throat. phy=ic They cleanse aini invigorate ,
Che-t and Lung Trouble
ought/ to go there, and the social of t1y'pep-ia.: and the longer : ; the stomach, impr'ivf the 'ippc- :: W. H. White & Co. Palafox street hag: just ,i-peii- :
Keep it near. and avoid suffering '
i S 1= brigands who are guilty of such outrages i, Hi i is neglected the hardor it i* to cure it.Hood's J tite and regulate the b death, and doctor's bills. A tea-1 1 lar ;size, 25c box.
i per
; should be put to work in the 106 Sou'h Palafox Street. I Papers, white, blue and gray, w
{ ;\ ,
S ; 11 i i Sarsaparilla F -poonful ;atop* a late cough; persistent Envelope to match, Oxf"rdt.: -
turpentine camps.A I 1 u-e the most stubborn. Harn-
1 : and Pills I le- and nice fisting, it's guaranteed: :aUi Foreign ail Tablet-* wit:. I fvelopea ,

}{ siGxmrAXT: feature of the .' j i to atify by W. A. D'Alemberte.: .Swansdown Flour. i to rnatcn. Ink P.M'. '

present political situation in this Radically and permanently cure it- | r\ Palafoxtrees Price oOc and ?1. . Penholders, UUnkbook-i, Fii'- ,,'
1 '! and tone the stomach nUll Trial bottles free.
state, and one that is not as yet fullyrecoguized. < I i etc.. always: on hand.

is to be found in the i other digestive orsrans for the natural CL aTOn.: I A. HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER. Phone 2-J1.

:- fact that a heavy vote in the primary i performance of their functions. Bears th. lea H i! A e's B'Io"Na'cutnr. --

i { -!: I t means light vote in the general[ ,\ Accept no substitute for Hood's.1 I ;;# Fleishmann's. Yeast and Swansdown Flour will I

election. J o long as a primary nDinInstiou -1 I "I had dyspepsia twer.ty-flve years and I'. .. / make the best bread that can be produced.'AWE Bean tle CABTOn.XA.f.z k'1 :Y P-.a A +r8ga : :.;.:
is equivalent to an election i took different medicines! but pot no help! ----

; s } I just so long; will the average: voter I until! I began tikis 1I00>d's S ar aparilia. t:' Hot Rolls at 5 P. m., lOc.i! ARE AGENTS FOR OTH.01R ./ : 'IItveAll
F t;, I I1J\"e taken tour botte ot thus! medicare doz. at Solomon's. .
4t stay away from! the polls, with the a !
and can now eat alnoi-t anything sleep FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEEHAS
,_ result that those who seek' to cut 1 ,

t+ '.< down the representation of the :south: 1 I,1, well burning have and no no cramps distress.In my MBS.stomach WILUA, no ?fudyin '.' tin 3<'sfor 5t ; : NO; EQFAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. kinds of chairs and

in will soon have something rocking chairs at Manton
.t congress G. B.aarrr.14 Olney ?t.. Providence R. L
more practical than partisan 1 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon's. : JAS. McHUGH Prop., New Orleans Grocery $ Quina's. Prices are very

: J. v 't prejudice to go on. I cure and keeps the promise. I I Phone 103 8 and 10 1{. Intf ndencia &1. low.THE .




-=..- .. -- .. V
I '1.

or a New Catarrh Cure President; I i.
SUBJECTS. 8. J. FOSHEEYice-President M. E. CLARK, Cashier ; I ;;
A lir'e: and constantly increasing ; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier.

I I.. ', >rity of the American people are TO MEET

iiarrti: sutl-rers. This is not entire- Not all people are satisfied with their AMERICANNATIONAL BANK i .

,v the! result of our changeable dime rulers; but the subjects of "GOOD LUCK j
: because modern investiga- BIO FLORIDA CONVENTION OF PEXSACOLA.FLA. I
: hut TO Baking Powder are such from choice ; : : Ij

,,:,Je.l,'as e*. known clearly by proven other that names many,:are i BE HELD.IN JACKSONVILLE they have learned by experience that he Designated Depository of the United States. I : ;I t
I t
exacts only the most reasonable tribute and Condensed Statement at the close of I ,
tlJv catirrh. Formerly the name business Oct. 22,1902.: I
j' I i
26. .
ittrVi: was applied almost exclusf furnishes full protection .to all under his RESOURCES I,

the common nasal catarrh, dominion. Time Loans .. .. ..... ..... .. ..... ..... .. .. LIABILITIES. I ) ,
y to -- $$346.354 S I. I $
Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... .. t
Demand ..... .... .... 200000.00 'I I
Loans. ..... ...... ...... .... :
bJ; rate throat, stomach, liver, blad- 11994974 !Surplus Fund.... ..... .... .... ...... .. .. .. t..I t
There will be a big convention of Overdrafts..... .... ... ..... .... .... .. .. .. : 10,000.00 '
K- kidneys and intestines, are sub- Richmond 0. B. Bonds Undivided Profits. ... .. ... .. .... .. .. .... 15.25897 I I .. '
and .. ... ..... ,
the retail of Virginia. Premiums. 214,29687! ... .. ... .. .
Rediscounts .. ..
catarrhal diseases well grocers Florida in Jack Stocks .. ..... . .. 64,071.57
as as ... .
securites ......... .... I
t. etc. .. 2,62500 Circulation.... .. .... .. .. l
sonville ... ... .... .... .. .. !2.OOOOO'; 'r|
ua al passages.: November 2 6. On accountof Furniture and Fixtures.. ...... .... ... ... 6718.48 ..... .. ... I
Deposits ... /
j .. ... .. .....
fact, wherever there i is mucous tLe [. R. Stamps.... ..... .... .... .. .... ..... i-11-6 415,036,05 t
li reduced rates for Gala Cash and Exchange ..... ....... .. .... ..... 17Sb0592: I I !I
mbraue there i is, a feeding ground Week it is believed several hundred -- t' '
WijoIi <<
:itarrh.: will be present. Every retail s tb69,3G4.59 j ; i 4
grocerin ft-6J.3Gl.59! :
usual remedies inhalers This bank I
I opened for business October 23, 1900. We I
,:". douches or powders, have Florida should be represented, your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give i ., I' f

: ,.' practically failures! as far as either in person or by proxy. The 4 PER CENT INTEREST I ; I :
i J
?! :: mig more than temporary relief retail grocers need to be organized.The :\ 8 Louise Moreno leaves for a : : I

If :. 'ui-erned because they simply wholesalers from whom they trip to New Orleans today. I j

:; tne mucous secretions, within 5252 ,
; buy are organized. President THE1LARGEST; BUSIEST AND ;
Van DissCratg of Milton was a passenger BEST
tne remotest effect t
:\ :: upon !
: I.: cI t and liver, which are theM Hoose of Birmingham and Organizer I on the City of Tampa flitmorning. ,

: :. -f catarrhal diseases. Stevens of Chicago; will be at the I I :

.- ii" "ii known for some years Florida convention to assist in or Mr. Leon Aymard, manager of the i- Department Store I aa :
I / i"I !
[,!teal cure of catarrh could ganizing a strong association. The Milton Telephone exchange! is in the ) : :

L: from local applications, city today. ill
Florida (Grocer the
well-kuowa: "
internal ID a
i': ,
remedy acting;
trade journal of Jacksonville, called Mr. S. Whitley, of ISallentine & }n.I :'I; I 1.1,

:-J II:and from expelling the the ca- the convention, and it promises to j Whitley, turpentine operators atp: -c-.. .......-.r ..-. EI/ -: I In West Florida t. t I I :
system. 2.5225'2.5 252. sz :
Milton, is business I c.J== : ,
be tha best move the retailers of this a visitor today. : .
nul i
? "t< preparation which r

t mal kEt only a short state ever made. Let every :grocer in i I Mr. Hal lironaham came downon E\TRN Di a hearty: welcome to etch and every visitor to the Fait: and invite you to make this Store i' '1-:

.. : with remarkable 'uc- this section attend.-, the City of Tampa from Milton Headquarters.: Drop in when tired and worn out from viewing; the !sight C"lI1fMt.ible clrur: ? await I'' 'I,
-- I you
:.'UJ"! radical cure for Mother Urn'l'-( -I'mulors--- fur i i}1 I to spend Sunday at home, us usual: I buy, polite but if you and resist attentive the tFUlptini sales people! m..Tchandinlf"rpd) adminNtPr to your in wint our ,many-feel department perfectly: at home!. riore, w* won't than: ask thousand you to; ; 1 J' :;'

Children, I Lunches will be served by the 'I that thronjr this tore daily can do. They are good judges, frhiewd buyers I-the L.--t evuttuce why #" ; I 1
f. u.d: many drugstore; the'uccec CluKln-u's futly ui-ed Home by Mother in New Turk ('or"
; name of Stuart's Cai h'\'r: bn''h Had Hionmcli: TvrtbinK Utonlermm'rnndrreuldte '>- during; Festival week at No. 3! South! .I j

I :-. irge; pleasant to-tin K the Kauris an j Palafox 'I CLOTHING I i
U slroy Worms. Ul rr:4urrl street. i SHOES HATS.
t. .:!I'i'I-I.d; principally of 'I hi'yua., rJul. Atnlldru4ght testimonials.., Stc. son I DRESS COOOS AND KID CLOVES I. '
ply F'lihF:. AiWr.',s Allen The
b lllttistfil, I." Wednesday )[usic'tle will hold]
; 1' ,I t'nt?, jiloodmotmiilar tray, >. \ r,. .
!! !: catarrh epe- j next weekS meeting: with Mrs. F. E. | Red Tag Sale. .. '- --_.. ,c---5. 7 Pieces .\11.Wool EtjH.nitic, leading 1 i i:
It Keeps the t'cvt Warm and Pry j i Umwne-r, If(> South Spring M.adH7.ic value. \ '
street ro.MiM'Ks: ANOTIIIH: wr.iu. I Fttinl! 't't1. . . . .. '
A'k to-Unv for AllerbootKane.A: poml-r. I All members I Fpel ...4r .1! i
i j are requested to Le'j I .. .
;i. -j\" iking: ; of the new It, +weahnqnur', ; BOn CIIOOI. Kt'i'l.C: In S: :-,0'i' !,
/ !:, II.UDII (t-.u. A: dil j present Extraordinary Special I
iy"I: have tried the .110.' &tor.... !:.... diuggiataTHE IU(11 I I I h HO.IIHISl'I1S.: .... '.alll'nSIIlIl'1 l'tect'+ 1 hVt Black Hrocadas, actuat -

:: :-u.-djT.; :Stttirt'Ca: Dr. G. Goldstein, who remains at | inKe value 50c per yard. i

: aI"1I> thirty of forty CHILDREN'S the Hotel E-eauibii one week lung' >- ;[ MEN'S tU1TS-Asaviugoton: ..tivil hp..rial. ... .... .... ..3.;,. I I I

:' trkable: satUfacto- er, at special request will treat |j a suit is worth your while. ONE CASE LONSDALE BLEACHED S Pieces '
.I youeyes Fancy PKid I
uiswurthl.u U. .. ... . .tit)00 l( Suitings, 15c i
I fit

1'I.y 1, :!'i:t cMi clear:illy the ana head tasting and RALLY SERVICEChildren's skill or which you has with made glasses him famous with the i I,, j;Suits Suits: worth worth I |$15W;soo.\ ...... .... .... .. .. ........*51500 11.IUi, .....DOMESTIC..... 'p" R I\f'rial value. .. ,. . .. ..12''yo .. ;' II

i I. tee::11' or inhaler! that I j Read Meyer's Shoe Co.'s change I|i im Only the Best Enters into our I lOc goods at 8 l-3c. 15 Pieces New Fill Outing_ We I

: nut\ although they [ today's advertisement. Clothing. ;sood-: s

.\ i' lil-J ::1 patent medicineItu.vits Rally ,;service will beheld i Every- t I'p tlv11 Spcinl. .. . . .. . ..+i1 j
body needs a new pair of shops to at- I! t
20 I
:'.' I do not hesi- at the Palafox Street Methodistchurch We are Aleuts for the. Celebrated Only yards to a Customer.
tend the Fall Festival, and Meyer i S HAWErt HATS. One Case New Fall Percales, lue 1
,'..' ,Mid: them as I know at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow I Ili otf ring special bargains: for this I AlpinPCnn1 Derby*. ... .. J.UKJ; good* s t I
.. .. "I""II'q '
f!> i from cocaine: and I ht. trade. ., '. --.r .. .. Festival Sp [ C {
; Following is the program : : .c/J ; I
i :' it ..vt-ii a little child I See Our Show Window for the Bp't' mi'l The He-t Kid: (.Moveon I
the Slarket. I
", \\n! .. .entire --ifety.: Song-Choir aud chorus. HI: sure to read \V. J. & B. Forbes MEN'H I AND WOMEN'S: hHOKS: i I I

r :MU ua-ai catarrh, Prayer-By the pa-tor. advertisement carefully todiy.: in the world at . .. .. .. ...|1.oU CUIIXTlX.$1 SYSTEM: : : JAY .. . lCutoJ200 i OU j \I' li I
I ;
Scripture reading. They have I,
.1 troubl" catarrh an unusual lot of good ..
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I :
.1\1 i >r bladder: will I Song-Choir and children. bargain.*, and there is also a notice j i :

i i', 1rI'' Tablet re- Uecitation- Claudie Kirkpatrick. in it especially for their out of town : A W. J. & B. FORBES. !

Song! -Choir, children and congre- patrons. i I[ < I
:1\1' '.Ifea-int: : au.t: I b i
I igition.I ;: .
I "'"i' !Iru:,Iwill I The Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. of I| ,

".. .'..,'-+ i ly frt ( floIU }t It,I I I r Recitation Recitation-Mary Florida and chorus.Daunelly. !;I IH'HgChoir the L. E.C.will K. of give hall.entertainment" Tuesday':;i''THE WEATHER IE i i BE SURE TO GET A COPY OF I ".J' !L r.jJ1JUT( 1 1i ; ; ; I Ii

Zelins. 'tt
Nov. 25. Tickets, 25 ce n t"T"h' i i I : j
Soi.g Choir and children. j I
abc&4R. proceeds to be devoted to charitable I .THE DELINEATOR. I I. ,
Uecitation ellie Cromer.SunCongregation. I .. !

.t ; I purposes., I TO-DAY i .S: 1 : : H
i i' will i b --mil fur t..ei' I
''., t'n I' .ddrt'-Pa'1tor.! The members of the Little Folks FOR DECEMBER. I"If'Q q j ,
-t c :rdi bu.litiug'! I I
; : \ i' mutt l J'aiafixtrci't Collection.,}' everybody present. j II! Minstrel Co. are requested to be ati I Vcal fo'ort'cl\t-Incrl'\ng; cloudin-ss tonight I Now Heady. It ithe ( hntma i f II
fong, and benediction. the opera house tomorrow afternoon ; ',11',
and tSuudny ; li -outlieusl \\Imb. 'i '
r. -:1\.1.l Wt. k. number an.1 also the thirtieth t I
-- -- it 2 o'clock I i iff
\ promptly for the last I''
/ -n::..' to contribute' to tezanTltt': : .NO P.\ \". anniversary: number It
: : rehearsal prior to tht grand matinee Temperature in Las! 21 Hours:
i.fur I
M I.
.,' will peaenotii. : } cmr drunei-'t will refund your money If t I next Maximum..... .. .... ...... ... :5drgrers It i i- the mot cosi.plfte, the
I'A/.iJ i Saturday.:
li r Ji.-rril..iiu.: lunlw 'l'.U..r (i UNfMEN1'Inlistocur.Mil I'lcerH and burr. I'lmplcs* Klnguurm unU, I Mioimum .-........-.-... ... "'''' .a dgre uI most beautiful woman'in.i/:.izine '.". "'".! f", f4 mi tbt liter, And all -km dls- If you are in need of a oi I ever di- I"I '
new pair published ; :!iO<) pa,e- ; -::-::.. I
i ":.1 lliII 'It"'s. lip cede i I '
o1l1'J11'i-I' shoes and are looking for bargain, Temperature Elsewhere : 21 full pages in color- j ; : I I .
r J! t f'Iieve In looking :1r I the hi'sl for I la1. lIn. I 1! : !
( honest
'ii good
', I : : '. ': fl( HIll S. jv I value for your Atlanta .... .. .. ....... ....... ._. 11 5a Only cents. i :
t healthy, robust money, you will find it at the Kos- K.siiutrck; .... .... .. .. _. .-11 *! 15 ff
I./"u./ Intl., that for I, ton Shoe l"hi"I\jo ..... ...... ..... .... lit i9 I : DAilY| MENUS : J:
-'I"! '"ird tsuch torturer B. H. FAIRCHILD Store. See their new ad- II Cincinnati. ............. .........7 l -.1 Don't fail to iret i copy.: :!I'" ItC :: I
,' vertijement today. .al".toll.._... ..... ... ......_ 7e wi; I '
!i-iii afew could PII- i i Huron . .. .............._.: I 1* edition HCoe's III11it'd. C"mpri,p all ti.. r,,-to- ; ; I
Blltl wonderful U UPn.OLaTE: IL Jnrk9on\itln .___....._ .... <*> lit> : : '
I his. taking Electric The famous Naglee; Brandy, vintage KftrtMH City ..... .. ..... ..'.... t'I W I Date Dishes tii! t, M-ir-: !I J I'I '
1 Imttles wholly cured 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. : ; of ':--1.: at Captain Kryger's J'.i- I KeyVest" .. .. ..... .... M j- I kttIf the \\'orld
:Memphis .. .. ....._ "tl 64
'I ",m.! I have not felt ':oroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a jut bar will prove a pleasing sur- I Mobile .. .. .. ... .. ....WMontgomery > Bookstore A1I.IP.1. f 1 1I ; I
| ... ... . ._. 1
'pr a 'TheytCuitteys 7 M ,
: :year. the Specialty. |' pri-e to anyone not f uniliar with its' New, Orleans -.... ...-.-.-............ *.* *-' ..:: I I 1.1
' ,. .. purify 'flavor. To the connoisseur it i is fully I I .New Yorks'allnall .. ... ... .. .... ,>-' "' I I'KNSACOIA: .AGKN'T. \ I
f (
lheuntatitnleu- Fhouo 1a 5. !- .... ... _. ,._. "!* *"
\ .-I'' '''', improve dijr>".- 'as necessary to have a beverage 11 j Il\t.: Louis: .. ..". .'....... .. !<. *' __. I Ladies' Private :; I ; ,
l"'ifect health. Try I properly served it -
as is to have the 1 i j I i
"M'' R. K. WHITE 1- I'.f'1' tuxtjr 1rarA.alas. .
cents atV.
."' : A. j exact tll vor. The !service at the Refrigerators\\ have a \ < Dining Parlor. :
Iru,' tore li'l! S. Pal. .I t
I llat'ltmnJ.f'r, .Miiinifacturing Jewelerand ; BIJOU bar cannot be excelled ; a. : WIXSLOW'S KOOTHIVS SYRCP hhtbein few left, which we will sell <
j glass! of the famous: 081'd (or over eiity yt-ara by milllonsol
Try Gunther's Candies at (Jriiiluate; Optician! -\ silent but Naglee Iralld'ji" I mothers for their cbiUrm while teething at cost. Marston $ Jaina.; --E I ,
eloquent witness
ofji ; with
:; perfnct success. It soothes the child
Soloianu's. I SMalls I'alafos I ..t., PPl'/r011. iieel@ 1 its own peculiar worth. I Softensthe gumsBllayg fill pain,cures wind -- Regular Dinner Daily. :;;00
- II [
i colic and Is the best remedy for Olarrhoea I If1111 Hn\ Them at ilir- Jti.MnnStun' SllIIf> .tJI I.
I'Lcle Sam, [in the -
person of 10 ofn'i'
relieve the poor little sufferer linmediately. I ' Tin .\ Jlri> (. mil I
o/oleealoleeoelleoe S.. .0100@1@.aeo00oe@eoe@e p his government official*, has charge Sold: by DruRRists: Ic every part I Short Otilors I'n :; 1 '
I 11I,11 i l
i of o f th. \\orM. Twenty-flvn I I ; .
; of cents a ho U e
\ every department the If ,
Lldl! ttolies. v< Single 1 and Doubt!.: .< Collar Pads : :ItyurDistillery r ; Ke sure von a-!t fur "5l rl.1361011"118.< oth- : 1'iilrl.: N'IK'I' or Rap I 1 1I
i I During the entire '
(proce-s |lag Syrup, And take no oth..r kind. The Best Shoes : e IQ :I ;
of di-tillatioaafter! .
\ :; the whi-fcey: n - :1 '
Buggy and Wagon, Ham '.
o Cens.; s. Riding id ;: stored in their warehouses, durit I.g If It "om,-lhn" (.on-t >r, Eelota0.1 )

e* rv. -....- '. -....." i r the -pnn years it remains there, MARiTIME.A ) 'uu'Jj ::1:11. ilit ', 1

J 'fll'ips. (? w'Y' t Saddles, i : from the very grain they bay to tif':: : AiEB I, t Nick Apostle's 1.

: v' Buggies am: A wlu key you ;get, Uncle Sam; i is const I : 'l j

\ : I ou the watch to see th iteveiu.iig ItNI l ElIt'ik I. I ,, Popular Restaurant. '
T X t
V to fe A : '
S''fl1 l
INSTAL.l\1L'lT Saddle : ; is all right. They dare frpool! to b. i'lieu.a" n-!acolx"rroni l.'iinli'r'-"> tu('hlll, nt lee I I n : 5bnii J' .

: ....OR CArons. : ....
(I ) : not t ikt a gallon of thtir own whin- i Ii I JJnJJIJ.BDBll f

I; Blankets key film their own n warehou uu-I I.EAHFII 'i I J.rfJr1J) f"\I
i v )
v ,r\r
; .. v
j \ ti less lie -ayi it's all right. And when ;j. It hS I'min, 1\\...,. iu nofor ienoa by (tai j I I I.
| Transit Co wild additional cargo: roan( The I Right Direction !
: Horse| 50a-bil s. I PalJlot St. he d-v- -.iyo, that! whiskey: goes die bale* cotton. Ml' !><| bales cotton. bbl.\ ruI I !
j \ 5-j Spurs. I sin list; tons pho-plmte roc*. valor
k---- '- .'-. /'- J., ." rect to you, with all itorigual'\ I I Bra ludra.lWJ. : SVik.: for tlr..lI1t.olIh I I'l' I THIS SfOIlE IS THE OUIDK ANNUAL BALL I I
tl cam ing a United States rag I J p< -'I| bitt.. cotton 24 round bales! cotton I I : ; ;

:\ 81?nkets t< Extra Shaft s and Po1es.< Harness :; i-ttred di-tilier's guarantee of purity g- I I' ;S7in, 'i Ibi pencil- sUN, ynlua'iIll j j jI I POST THAT DIRECTS:; :HUE; II. hr IIY O u'd..r I J I

: and age, and saving you the dealers i,I Pour I'tninple. KUVKRS: THE RIGHT! WA Y.OI.Y ttw ItU-PIU'"+ uf ,

; Saddle! For Buggies and Wagons Parts : big profit If you ue whiskey. i 1: "My boy" said the successful man. 'HOPE LODGE NO.' I :
J -- -. _. .1 either mtdicirally or otherwise, you !j ji I "if you get along;; at all you must learn! AND[ HOE:05TYALUE 2571 J I, J

: 8 i ;: should read the oiler of the Hayner ;i to tkk to thirds. \'l'lastimly stick SHOE:; ARE HERE. :Iini ;h.t of Honor, Pads Low Prices Easy Terms Qf All Elite J': \ ji ing to it wins In the eiKl." : '
Distilling elsewhere i
.i Company i in I1 I "0h. I don't know" retorts the youth. A'l WANR1\tT'N, FLA., }I !

Ire.elo .e.....e...$.....t,...Q................oeoe.; 'i, this paper. i "Look at the jn) tagc stamp. It sticks ix oni FELLOWS a ALL. I r r

-- To the l'u"lit.'. II I all right, but nil it sets out of !It is a I V. Shoes for Men. I ,

smack across the face and a place In THURSDAY. NO 20 1902 '
111\: lH1L\ltTIH 4 ron Allow me to say a few words f in the wabtebaskct!"-PulUmore Amen Shoes for Women. I .' I I

praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem I can. "; I FOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF FUND. i .

;}! I j edy. I had a very severe cough and 1 : a1 Shoes for Boys. H-frp 1 t
SCHOOL BOOKS j j cold; and feared I would get peen Luck In Tlnrtpfn. I +tJmeutwill beri! :rved. I' j 1.
but after ,
i monia taking! the second 1
It' w dose uf this medicine I felt better, j Bv sending; 13 mil" Wm. spirey, v.V Shoes for Girls. ADMISSION MEN 50 CENTS 1
JHE LARGEST : i of Walton Furnace.., a box of ; !
I three bottles of it cured my cold and j Bncklen's :r ;i ;
COLA AND AT LOW PRICED.: I I the pains in my chest disappeared, I that wholly School Shoes and Dress I'AIIIKSKKI.K: ;, .
'cured horrible fever '
II ] n :;ore on his Tickets will I
entirely. I I
am most respectfully! V include free tranportitiou -

A... GEM BOOK STORE 1' 61 yours Ihirty-eveuth for health. RALPH St., Wheeling S. MEYERS, IV ,. I !'res*,XothingeNecould.Bruises Boils: Barns Felon, Corn, I'lcer* and Positively*. Eruption Pile -. o Up. .-t .* c* .4 jt ,0< oC .0< .IL Penilcola: for holder to Warrilllt'lIl.and one' lady from < :,, : {t

Va. For sale by all druggists! and 1 -.
medicine dealer Only 25c. Ouarantepd by W. A.I .
: irf School Supple,, Tables, Pencils Penholders, Et _'_ D'A'lemberte, druggist, 121 S. Pal The Price are Right a* well :a* the

TO CU1IK: .\ COLD IX O.NK DAY I .fox street. I,: hoe OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine : !

SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY. Take Lsxauv.Kruno l i Cl iniae Tablet CaI! and: Ste fee Yourself. rt '

Taissunaar! : jffljt L on every AgerllsVatttert._.... ,.
----- -- --- "term
i i BOX;, iio. G? tfj&rwt/ .. y today."ln. : i
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CHAS. R. JOHNSON : )- tate agents: who can pro- N ;' t i
>V duce business. Best sick and ace > Boston Shoe Store "IoPO.TLETry
Hot Rolls at 5 p- m ld C. |I dent contract offered, salary and commisslon. -
:21S SOl'IH 1MLYKOX srttesr. W K Eidson. President, Missouri Gun th*r's Casdiea
I I doz., at Solomon's. I i- rait building, bt. LOUiS, Mo. itTirAVTEf 111 sooth! ralatox bt. :Solomon's. : at r

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... J\,' ,. .... ."" f..'".. ... &,.-. &! 3ft;' -. .. r,." Welcomed by Governor Longino and
r; agp
\ Shown Over City.
.J ;: '.., ,. ....... -. : "" -. ... .. .
.i .;. .' : ;.' _. .... A
... .t' { \'ID..r..' ., ..'. .J .:;';..-' '. t1'".."- ',.'-.s. : ,....."."". .* .' '', Jackson Miss., Nov. 14. The Chicago i i'l audWeiser
} : '" '
7J- : ..- business men gathered in !

beautiful Century theater here till o f

morning and listened to words of welcome \' Clear
I sparkling
: to Miprissippl i Ny Governor A. ,

If THE CHILDREN ENJOY : ; II Lonpino. and recounting of the dIi { palatable. Has a

\ 'J : state's progress by State Auditor ,

.- ? Life "lit of loor- and out ..f the game which they play and the enjoyment <.:-: <. and Statistician. C. Cole J. >'. flavor peculiarlyits

y w1!.h they rt"l"'l\'C and the c. "rb which they make coines the \"... Shafer of the Chicago pcjty responded .

': ; -' greater part tf that healthful: developmenthich! iso essential to their ;.AV .. ". in a few app ror>riatp ux>n5s. I own, making it the most

'r's' happiness when grown.Vhen a laxative needed the remedy which U ;': The special( train which arrived

given t<> them to clean..e sad sweeten and strengthen the internal an:> & & from New Orleans: early this morning ,|! popular bottled beer for table use

on which it acts should: be such as physicians ud: sanction, because its f'; stopped at the outskirts of the city ,

component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from 1- ::.! and the visitors wt>ne escorted by e in cottage and mansion all 'round

i every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, :'" .:.--.. committee which mElt thin at New I(

1 veil-informed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, i':'.. Orleans through se' "pral: large factotries. the wide wide world.
because of its flavor its action and its beneficial is ,
pleasant gentle : effects : ( :;:", The committee powlsted! of the
Syrup of 1s-and for the same .reason it is the enl} laxative which siiould <: .. ';.: ..'.:';=:. governor state treasurer, and a number Tilt product of

be used by fathers and mothers. .; :-: ..

E s' Syrup of Fig! is the only, remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and :y2 :5';_:::: financiers of the of leading the city.manufacturers A car ride and followed Anh euser-Busch BrewingAss'n

1, :_ .x naturally without griping; irritating nauseating and which cleanses the .:.t:'w.:"-i'. the arrival of the party. Later
;:- :- Zt system effectual, w ithuut producing that constipated habit which results ;) f1I' : I St. Louta U. S. A.
S a visit was paid to tht state capita 1 ".
:= from the of the old-time cathartics and modern .
Q. use imitations and against ;;r I after which luncheon was served. J "Brtbtn alu ef BlacK 6 Tan, Anheuser-Standard. Pale-Lager,
; t, e which the children;: should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them ;...... ,.... ...., Faust Export Pale. Exquisite. Mlchelob and Malt-\atrir.e.
The left and will
9i c k. Jrot,:) manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give :.(;, ..... .j party at noon. arrive

? t ,;- e; them medicines when medicines are not needed and when nature needs 'V---;. at Vitksburg late this afternoon. Orders Promptly Filled by

i assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and ...... ..:..(.
twit v gentleSyrup of Fig- "' Depot and Cotton ALFRED MOOG. Wholesale Dealer

( s,. Its is due not : the excellence of Ga.. Nov. 14.-The de-
i j r quality only to the combination of the PENSAl'ti1.1.: I : tc

,; laxative principles of plants! nth p'.ea>ait aromatic syrups and juices, butt /t.. l( pot and about one hundred and fifty -

also to nur original method of manufacture and as you value the health of ....-1'.:,. ?; bales of I'otton'I'f' destroyed I'.v -

-' the''1."'-'. ne-.. do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealr"._ f fire Wednesday night causing a loss i

: '',, ctier'o of about $]tIHnl. A. 1K} : .<\(
} er !:; incrca their profitThe genuine article may be ,, : k\' ?-
t I ., :..f. L :., 'I it ,-i\' .:..:"eot' all: rtiabedruggi: 'tat fifty cents per bottle. Please .J;.' ;.. I The depot was Ct.l with freight J., dlr.uae c V a. LU'AI V y .1. Y

to remember the full name of the: CmTijut and exact amount of the loss cannot

x ; F .S CALIFORNIA FIG SYR.UP CO.1"t p:' :::,,: -i '. '. bo tad. : t'r'F-s.Hv: A''J.KY WiwiLK.iI.K>

,, '!. tie: front of every pack- ... ..I'. The principal losers are C. II. Hill

a t '.. ,. 1,.. -. '.. aye. In order to get its 'x'i- \r"V. J } ,..............) & Co., $3.0t'0!' ; Drasclton & Mario, IMPORTER: AND JOBBER OF

i 4 .',." : t Y" heneft ii diet it is al. ,f;.,..,,f.t i: ..:' .' .. '..' \a.. ......... I $1.000; railroad cwnpuny, $3Oew ; -
: .... >-. '. :::: I .....' :: '.'-: 'tJ.. .:'.".. & Cetzner $1.000( J. S. Brook. H
.Yt ARi
Long ;
b. ; AKE.
wall nl'.x. \ tl r' ''. .. W
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9'p It.r., ... / +14 the .rcn-.." .\..) ::.f',: ':.. .;..'..).-' .'" .""- .' J:;dst, and farmers of tbe county. $5'In:;' i.
i "
;". .ti r.;.':-':: ,..\>.-. ; -" .:t.,. I The amount of insuraixe Is not as yn
', /:
: .
: \ t 'J'f \ .
., \ I-ou X.tilAX' ", Sliov 1- Saw :Mill
\ known. : and t( ii..i. it
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( .. ... .. I h ....i.',.,
... '1i. ',, :.:;: "'" f.: ... I( Kupplit'uukit.r and flf.'itnti.Ktove1'int.\ : ( ,-
... : : -
:.;.::::.... .....-.-;.;;;;..:: ((''.\. : ., '{ .. !J. <.: ,/ Sues For Large Amount Window Ola-=. Gui-, Pi.-tol!* and Fi-hin 'I..t'-'i
; :" "- '''
.'. .. .t ,'. 'I'.1 i f: "r.. :.. ... "."......-., ;.''l.. I I Atlanta. Nov 11.-Mrs. Kate Sweat Agate null Tinware ana Ilou craniisliini :,' u(fjoCTAGENSFOR .

... : ; .' : t. ': r.. ....... :.. : .:" : instituted suit: for $::n.noO
:. '..... ; i ;-. .-'. : .--., .... .. yesterday
.... -: ...... r ; ,;;.....-' .: :,: ,"r. ': BIRMINGHAM KOLLIXG MILL rt1'.11'113( :
the Western
:- '"- .... t. .... damages against and A-
_-.oJ tJ.i.'rt .
'' .:
-i. ,
:..'..".'.:_.,... : \.,"'..,.' .., lantic Railroad company on account Revere Giant Stitched Beltmir, N'orthamiuoi-. ::. r..-
Jo.... Wh lllo. L Iftiu! & Rind Powder Jr ",
Co. K
.. :
.3 : -
..,< .I ....I'.... ...i of the death of her son. Track S\\'eat. uomine.
''H' !
... ;r .,. Iron Kmi and Buck Stoves and IU : '.t'
: .
: '
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.'.. .... .... :-o. .-' '........ '.'. .... .; The young man was injured near the .
i' .
.. .. ..( _, 4' .' ',.: :. .. ". Coup'o.'e Riw Hide Lace Leather :' -
/ .... _'\.. i''I't. : --..._. ...:;... ,F4.k.e. :::........ Johns street crossing on the afternoonof Made Railroad Colors.
+ :; .....-. .'. ,\...... '" .. Nov 3 and died that night
m 'A' o-'r .1.1II( ... ,.. ,, .. !
: r ." : ;
{ r t, r .l .._......... ... Masonic Temple. $ Pcnsiroln Ha.
11 o'clock. The petition states that
=.1 ... .. "\ !; .
i : :
--- //i :; t. 4) he was employed by the road to at

I tend to the signal lamps for the yar-ls

: Iir from Simpson street to thea'-. The Star Laundry >

i i"t' \Vickle shops. ,

t --- --- Royal-Slue Flyer Wrecked.

If I Eire l'rnllf"I.lp Washington. lud.. Nov .--The roY"IIJ Biggest Busiest Best !
t t e.I .. .. .
1h > t'au nf 'Ic.'r."it't' .
"tml.; ". I. .. : :! ld.. ,
I ..
:! 1 ", Lr! ..nnrT lit' 11..11 i.I "t't! tl.J ..' \ .. blue flyer B. & O. S-W.. St I.ous
is due chiefly to inatttutinn; not :t'I-I' j. t. ; ,..'i... :.'1
-J I : ; : ... : J- l<' thnlllltll''Ut"s. 'l ,' ., to New York, was wrecked .:u miles
: :-( ...
aid '! : .d"
. ',.. I .. .: ,: :.1 I;,1111I the better and I liSt of here thin morning.
j''i'i'\i.| yet pursue -cntlntl. I" ,' :: ,
'+tra .' : :. .': 1 .. :::11" the \\ ,,1'-.-." In this! ease knowledge i is= .I.'ll'.d. I', .
t R I .f ..' : ; not iiliM-nt. hut di-t'crmc. It is m Pin lIow'8 IIII't rl ry ? They Speak;
mlll'III! :r I' ..' .' I t. I'll"'s"dse.p h' )
4 : II : .to'!r. I e.k itis-tead in tinf of .
inarch of <>< us 'tln- ,
: hl''i..'" .rt: !. : \h the fulhnc1hu We otTer One Hundred Dollar- -
.. ", t..t U :. :* ii ... in the of
.M >u iMi! langt'.a physio-
Ir: :: ward for any case of Catarrh tiit! : i (
10 .< H \ IIIII I

k .'. ':. "; .,.. '\". .1.. '11 '" j presents lic'ic.-.l I p'its'ycholui.v ciuiins on a present great billows appetite otterve last" Ii.t.!.!Jl'l'i 1 IL..d 1 h:;J I au saesv uwfu'wr dream trite cannot. be cured 1y Hall's Cat,mrliCure. { \ fl lemse I I.If res .' j

I' .t-.t1
j 4 .. 1 commotionvhit h come rolling! ;: in dt'eii awa' up to h,'aum wi" a :;rt'/t F. J. CHENEY. fe Co., Toledo o.
1 ,eft t e i I.. tluv with all the tlIIIIl1tl; pnugt-ncy; whichis I bog pair of wwnsh.Aye ." We, the und-r-irned, have kn- >wn ,> I We let thf ShirtC"li.I, -
Yg : .t. the characteristic maiK of iiumediate F. J. for the
Cheney, last 15; yi-ir-
did to
laan, an' no try pu'her '
!,. ye ;tul! ('ut! we Launii>-r ik T
1111 .. I I' '1 ; I .t Peripheral ( The future i-ou- back and believe him perfectly hononibliin : p\
P sti .1 1 .!. ., .. i'.l. |.. l'4'IIII'II"\'S of the gratification! of that all Iwnietransaction- .,td # i tlui: '"Ives. They wui t Irk Imi.) r
"Xa, na;; I juist clappit ny hands :111'l'ri'll
'. -i I li'j.'inh::: d i tin appetite, on the contrjiry, are represented financially able to carry out any obIhratioi. th'in we CMII. We wat;'. t Injml," 'Shoi! Shoo: I was feart she
t ; 1 .r, .... ,Inv, l.iitn.i.j. : Mock. by the tiny faint feeble waves Lae anither chance of made by their firm. I p \, ... 1.1->rthv the work wei < '. .u n l
wad get-
never _
\VEST & 1 i
'.it'., .: ;i"""- aid '. .. .j an .r
aY which fluUH'r fruni Mime cither brim Tlt'I I w-
i+ t tin' I'llnl'ar in. Wholesale Dru i-t- -4y.
tl ; Y
;y .t F I iv. I" M I. Whit !'i It I' been (center 'Xcitfd long ago when the con- WALOIM, KINXAX & MAKVIX.Wholeale ; .
, ti'. !i. i-ln !'! iix'k'ti I U'n.i and I
; i n. ;'; net tion of tin particular cause with its
1 ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS intreating rll-g-i-t.: Toledo. O.Hall's .
+ I d" 1 ...' :1'1 i d1' r '.. ,-ton fontll4 i : 111:'''' j natural effect was first cxperlcnci-d.! Catairuh Cure i i-. taken 111tcrnally I ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goads Guild f fCf End DJlv, red FfSB
7 nasal catarrh will the
'' get
!'Iti- !I'I l h..tom."*
)J' '" t-ivillmll II In such an 1Ut"lual| contest lietweenpoucrfnl acting;: directly upon tlie
':iu 1 .?!'. i :. < imire the tmites.I vibrationo shot swift and best result from Kly's Liquid Cream blood and mucous surface of theyt' TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

I ; t.... nf I..' !I'< -. tiioivmgblscrap l I straight; along the tingling cents fnnn liulrn. Price. including; sprayingtube ; ,in. 1'rice "ic. pf r l-ottle. Soldbv I

:' ,.1 I \\ t-.l 1 I I' iii ,'!micul: process.= the seat of inmicilkitc -riiiheral commotion ';;jct,;. Hold by drujr( ::ists or all dru.:} :st.-. '1'e-tinriaiai< fr'.1 WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

i i t ', fit s 1 '1.. i I..::',. '? 01,..... not I tid the 111"'"_,'r. iiic.-isiinii How I mailed by Ely Bros., 5'l; Warren St.; i Hall'Fu.iulv! : Pill- are fie be-t. ,

'\ .,nll! 1". .:' s'." ( \' : "Ii4'IK''I'I of faded impressions where initial velocity New York. i I Il' .

I; & i1 t- .tu: i .. ,Idi< a and force were long sii, v sin lit New Orleans, Kept. L 1KX! I 1vk:LIk1.1 t ,CIl1V C 1. : 1

' a t .' IH" y' i h \ un I. what: wonder that the ntaote ttT.-ct CASTORIA
14 i
Mer ELi Bins : -I od! two FOR STEAMKAtLWAV: DIVI"'IOlo !
>"( 1'i! i' ii e 'utan'l i .el'mi:> dii:. xagtieaiMl uurc.-il. and that
bottles of your Liquid Cream Ual: into For iE.i2.nts and Cbildren.
I l'tSS.COL.LliC1 me TU"H i a HARPER
y +. '4; \\'. A. Hrren of Finch: Ark.. till iiii'ili.ite: raune.ition of the in- a CUi'tllmf'r'm.. I/iniberton. l''

I ,{ ,!;i nk'tt i nt..,. ,'iwi-ht.ireportthat Foley'# j jiC1 I si j t'-i II chii.Mri appetite: r ji-i:!""' ion Delacliaise M., New Orleans ; lie liaed The Kind You Have Always Bo.gfi! CO'H'i i.
/ I 1 \\-s: tl.' : : lie \Vitt IIjUc5n u- the two bottles, giving him
*" r In .v (.'tire has cured -i terrible I Trains; l 1.\" Pi'JI>& fog th. l.iii
r : Ail.iti t : i '. wonderful and moat atifaetory re-I HayoL, Bin Iavoutiarrugon.Aar) &
.f /J
y ,: i-' tw i kidney d->ruirh.H;; and ltttl.1 irivru up trnuhlp" W. suit,;. OEU. W. I'Dt'H.l'harmaci..t.. I :=::: -;'#rrrv :. and' tort barrauoas at "I' WHISKY-)
1 :ill..m.llrrl\eatr'ortll..rr.nCAI 1 star
iii i \', ll: l s. 1'alafoxSt.ik. I .V Gail ttea.oa."tViitt --- I M.l'j) r. at fort HHrrm.. At I. .i; A.II I
,1 m : mlk)011= think, sir. that I I 1'p.U1.arrlv".t' Yurt harrancaii 1 "'pc i
bill, a will;:1 net !li' able to support your daugh- \orU'ir 'I..,,'. 1'1 "I'.rN. 8SO p. in. arrive at Fort Karraucas i .... p.,
Hi5p. m.IHrl".h Fort iarr.ncru T. P a'butp
.STOnA\ ter':" A Yorkshinman and a l-nu-u.-Mr1! m. nrriseatFort harrsacac
.:+ ., T'a K 'J nti ia! ." A,NafS It 'j:'". "\Veil I haven't IKI-U able l to niyI man wetsw {conviTsin: ;: tinjrtln-r the (,tL- i Trans lei e Mart Karraacak y nit I

i '. /1':1'I: I I self.-Brooklyn Life. t'rdIJo'. If You Have :ola atTisa .
I iJ. I' If-H - Tt Lani-ashire man sud to tin Y- ,rk Ii : m arrive at Pt-nmcols. a. i
hJJ,4.:: I 'Vy-ifri"If ll.o.p m arrive a; It There is no cough medicine *o afTiTH ff TlBMtlirf Vb .
pop shirr nun. \" d1. Hill do > '"ii 1.110)11'thl' i;0p m. hrrlveaPtOX11e0s.! i i* r -l
ular a- Foley's Honey and Tar. It Inst way to End a Yi'rksniu-'" : 6-i 1 p m arriv-; at IVrsvjola t p o f
L.i .- \.... OM. contains no opiates or poisons and Rheumatismtbe ";(X'p. m. arrive a: Pt-nnooi .. i.; t,
; fail.- \\\ A. D'Alem List tingcrsY'"N. ; '85p.m arrtveatPraeaoo'a._... y a
.-'', .. ". -.. pn'vil'ut, -iy" the never to cur "." IJill.V .Satarcuj onlyFAEE :
says ..
) .. .... --,
berte, 121 S. 1'alafnx :M.A = :i.I'P'r -
-x )j? 1 ,. .-i ', are iiiiiniionlyi. "\ ,'ll. 1 will tell >ou h.-.j. 903. WEEK DAm

'it, i'irt.-tnth : tbe greet trsl'. <1 lad I .
century : York
the other .
I 'nt'tl at our place day. .. reniAOOift! to Fort Karraaca and r torn t>
< > J (
t ralrulnllon.Taking n < rv:< I
.'- ( i. the "itranue PecescolatOSary'1ard and rftn-u.,_ djFemacola
I II only niim fhiiv Han had two of hi- tin;: rmi net will cure
j{' .. I.. I li t. I!. origin, that is= the length: of the pt1rmanent with a steara siw. and th, y ant: l lint f you. It fcl.o cures Liver, Kidney and I to almeuo Bracnana re'urt it, Famous at home for
niilwajs the surface of the globe at liliJJcr: d.stast. cussed by an eioesa o( tCHIOCDK.iViii'n .
f 11 : ','. ': I'a: ;:"' ral>ers I anbdlg the Mnvdu-t. and in<> of lily uric ac'd. It ntvcr fails, and builds tp
... t i, Iii I'! ,:<-h! sis tin- nirhtatsal gtvgraphkal: tuiler! with 111:1 ti's= were down on their haulgoal l : the health and rtrergth while it.S I 1I'w"'n'r pj>-ia.ts! tar runn .nj t Generations past:
.etti; a dah1aver.! .:. of ten trains it I Is csti-: .-ud dtamp 1.>r book of wonderful rt r- open' coacaes.
'*tP. T. iiih i.'ll1lt'It'\'al.'II.hlr: knees I looking for them whin tinf>if"- tt rates Price. $1 per bottle. For tale I l.uVl'tr.I...:oa' LT Fort ftrrini Famous now all ever
a --..k! 1 . .- :i U-'ti-r from Sir mate wear and tear each day by the metallic apply you it will he neat prtpaid cr '
\ ,, n I \ .iii: to :Mr. Stt'r( tary wen dui;!:. of AdditM I .
pnce. lp.m: (: tuJ
f mile of the earth is about 000; tons.
J, 'ro. : "' \\1 "I' IIe ""tI"'III..lItt1 "Oneof tlioaiMJid i : E.: m IE. m. For iiDannheisser.
The !)<"> tons are lost In the form of a I sa ;. .m.alm .
UrcsolCher.lcalCa.LcsAngelesGal. p
; t1:.,l 'i'ie M .t lIon'r n-ftiMHl '\Ve arc lookiiiu: for D.inV ti.g.'rs.: !:

t ewe's :! ; i lorienrt> a d.i.\ I Rue powder and are carried back to 'Oh. tome out of the road: .iid the I or the ( p. m. 6 Bros.

'I \\i'u n:; the rile! :.:leaders had lieeii some ; the earth in the shape of soluble iron foreman. "hat's not the way to laid u in fp.rn:
t y salts. L. N Brut wi![ & CO" New Crl an s La rise pea ltJ 4Y I
t." of the black guard in the king'sK York>iiire mans tiuprsat the sametime : i' oiaac'ata Kfraacat Nay, -

....n." I taking a hhillins: : out of his INIl'k.t i Distributing Agents. A"I70HT 1 and and r iurr.._______ n, DR. KING'S
Itnrclrit fart of ): .lIt'ftl rrnrtlrr. i
t. ;.N.i moral imputation was conveyedin ".\n..1 what." they asked of the surgeon and thnmin It among: the rawdust.when "" "'.,} Feneaoola rctcm to Pa'metto_'_ _KeacB__and___ Hi

< ..!Ih'I'!': them black guards. All that : who saved Mr. Tightfist;; from an the two linvrb; ut once iKipjH-d' ; Nn fr"Uht I TRY NEW\ DISCOVERYFOR
1 << :-iplied was tluit th'\v formerly after it.
end "wliat did consider up -
untimely you \RR.VXCAS, Fla.. Oct.
01".1! I the ant other utens 'that'sthe THAT COLD.
-u.r jHits pans 'There. said the foreman
t j'l1 the most d.tSeult stage: of the operation JD: _h), 1JI)2.-Seikd proposal-;> '
.s '- m" the kmIt was a much later ?" way to find a Yorkshire nun's lost triplicate, will! h* received until F Every Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE

i'i te i Miion! that turned the term to "Collertiti.! the money," be answered!;; fint': ",.' "-Pearson's. II :;;') a. m.. Nov. Ili!1. H"Ji: for con- \' fatekreaka: 4F'' w CUff'S ?: .,
t 1 i o.-es of abuse. structing. pluinbmz and -ieetric wire 4'1 *! Jtt.- .t -fu
; with a smile c-f conscious skill.-What I Colds JJronchit A thIli.PneumoniaIIayFe1'i'rt'ii'! .
Iat. The I.h.lit'r the Hrtlrr. in:? two single ftN.. C.0. (Quarter: ?. Lr e'll 1NRSIlNhirlingSpray >
I.i .
lie P s t \ I'PAAlmh liininnUrd.llr Young Man (m gt'OCl'r's-l'ound of Fort McR"e: Fla. V. S. reserves it.nrwi.rwl ,rl. ''

ay ',-r Jimsou ho say te dune tired o' Saaplrton.Once -ht"'St,.. 1.ll'IUte.iTO'l'rYcs right to reject or accept any or all et N nettrrbne nay LaCj rippe Hoar-cnf-.

i de !hull rness o' d.s yer sinful wotT." Rive your mind to suspicion ( sir. Uor;onzola or ched- proposals: corny part thfreof. In- ,.a ,.... r.,II.. I *
formation furnished on Sore Throat '
application.Envelope Croup a
"1 bet-red him say uutfin o' :jail 1/ .or <", ''' I'r II.. ,
nnJ there is sure to be food enough for !II IR' .'L. arr. loo
containing proposals
dat i until t-le ,1I1:1r lilt'''. rJo' done it. In the stillest ulsht the air is Young Man-Oh. I don't: care. Start I should be marked "Proposal for : '.detailprrn.hutntnl \Vhoopbi; Cou h.

put dent" t.'i.i'j: '; _' UN room hl! > l'\1ll.j.l'1I tilled with sound for the wakeful ear 'L 'em take loth the winner.across the counter and I'll Construction, addressed! to W. E. "fan....iwrtl.iar.aM'..b.oto..u.t.nvk--.lo4! ... !M>1-%It.H1.-I.T":.f.Tftfn.L (0.> .. _/ I NO CURE. 140 PAY.

c..oop.t'W lurk: \YorlJ that i* resolved to listen. |I Cole, Q. M. ijoct4t7nov2t Room 8!c Time Kldz., New York. Prig 50c. and 51. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.i' .

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'The best Professor Ueb Thinks He Has Found
Elixir of Life

Chicago Nov. 14.-A new discovery I GUILTYSAYS JURY

at one-half price la relation to the prolonging of human jpjjjJ] ,, ..

life has Just been announced by : II i

Professor Jacques Loeb of the University Must Serve Three Years in I!

It takes: five of the ordinary "quarts to make a fallen but a HAYNTIR QUART Is a of Chicago.Salt ii
fa. m.. rt. an honest quart of 32 ounces four to the gallon. Now you pay your dealer at and wa.ter Penitent:ary. .
heat 11.E:! a bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better than HA YSER, if as the "elixir of life,
goal or W.2S a gallon. If you buy HAYNER WHISKEY you save at least (3.06 on every discovered by Dr. Loeb two years ago
gam We sell two gallons for about the you pay for one gallon of probably poorer b. I for infants and Children. i :
to > efficient la making turtle's IS A PROMINENT POLITICIAN.
"h ,key. Just think that over and remember that HAYNER WHISKEY goes direct from hearts 1
,ar(!.Cillery to you carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE beat again! with rhythmic
of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers' enormous profits. That's why throbs has The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the !signature i I '
It". That's why00' should try Ik Your money back! II you're not satisfied. for dying i I
mammals and the scientist Attempting to Bribe an Official of personal supem:>ion for over SO )'car!'. Allow no 0114)I: I t
is a step nearer toward the goal ili
of prolontfo human the Board of Health to Influence His to deceive you in this Counterfeits Imitations and
Direct from our distillery to YOU ? life indeflnitely.The .
experiments of which Dr. Loeb Vote. .1u..t.a.00(1"; are but Experiments and endanjjer the I' I

Sam Diaiars1! Profits I Pnvints Adulteration I I"""". told his class were made: by Assistant health of Children-Experience against Experiment. ',
Columbia Mo.. Nov. 11.-Colonel
Professor Edward P. Lyons in the lab- '
oratories at the university. While Dr. Ed. Butler, millionaire! and politicianof The Kind You HaveAlways_ Bought ,

St. Louis on trial charged with attempting

HAYNER WHISKEY Lyons with the experiments idea of ascertaining were earned the properties on ; to bribe Dr. Chapman of the 1 Bears the Signature of ,
of St. Louis! board of health in order to i
of sodium and l I
influence his vote on the indorsementof
cium '
as a life restorer the cai-I ,
a garbage contract with the cly. ;
PURE SEVEN.YEAR-OLD RYE ments made by a Russian *' 'h
porn time has been found quilty by the Jury, ;
? ago regarding experimentsmade ; t
f .:
which assessed the punishment at
FULL with the heart of a dead child: ,
EXPRESS thr-e In the The
are said to have been the Immediate years penitentiary. f
4 $3& motive verdict found last night w\s announced. In Use For "Over 30 Years.

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QUARTS PREPAID ytl "If T. II. Ilickman. foreman of tao TNt .r. co. n .un. flU'" NfW Ton tin r
a heart N "
taken from a baby I I
ITV !!!I'nL'I'M'AE. = 1
after jury says the verdict was reached on II
death and the regular beat tern- I
the first ballot .
'.d yOU FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S SEVEN- porartlv! restored l by immersing it ia --' 1
I- U RYE for 13.0.: and we will pay the express chaws. Try It and Juror W. H. Cochran said:
and !It nil rlifht and as good as you ever used or can buy from A ItO'un,," of salt, argued Dr. Lyons '
.. u any price, then send It back at our expense and your il 20 'wh\ ,-HiiKOt th> heart of warm-bloo-- 'Tli- Jury was unanimous: on guilt! W. B. WRIGHT<< GOfflPflflY i
R mil J to you by next mail Just think that offer over. How could from the first The testimony of 01"1 r it ,
ej ants: .N! be
r' H rou are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better stored by an injection
t :i trial ord *r. If you dua't want four quarts yourself ret a ol *altnto: elt'Ins if Chapman followed by Dr. Morrell. wa- ,
:. ,uu. We ship In a plain sealed case no marks to show what's done! when convincing. Some of the Jury wanted \ 1K"1 "...u..TA'D DFAI.EF-8 IN : l
the is at the point of death I I !
\ri2- Cal. Col Idaho Mont Ncv. N. Me*..Ore.,Utah Wash. to give Duller the limit. One man ...; i
<. on the b i-i-, of 4 lunrtfor ...!. by Kipress Twenty Years For Assault wanted to give him only a fine aid : 1.LUIiBER LATHS S
1'1'\1 .ia .. ::u quarts fur 91G.IW by Freight: Prepaid 'I ,
\\' i'. 'HJV-. Ga., Nov. 14.-Ware ::::11'l'rOI Jail l sentence. I :

1 Write our nearest office! and do it NOW. iirt adjourned at lf o'clock "Tho sentence wasthe hardest lLuJ SATO\ CTFBESS SEISGLMil-Bflrt: 5am t f I j '
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T .E HAYNER DiSTILUHG COMPANY la. --'.t after a two-week's session thing to decide. We fixed that at I ,

I 0 VTON, OHQsiiirEUY. ; ST LOUIS, MaK3rA.BU.SHED ST. PAUL MhH-. r !M I1:1, a young mulatto wast l'>:3" lat night three hour* after wpet .. i --.-_;;;;;""'" P11N: +\cJ.\ n.' I l lI

:>. TROT 0. 1Si'J6.! v --,>;day and convicted of as- together" !

,. <. Judge Dart sentenced him to I ,'
\-Ltri:l,< :L. ,j!"' = Cl'l: ," ...'R i1 ; ,
l\\ i 'i \ are in tie penitentiary this FOUR KILLED; FORTY MAIMED. ciAL \ ; I I
I ii j
IH" ; tI!! i-xtrcno limit of the law. .

r ., ". .; ..t.... i rHYSICIA"S' FRESCR3E! IT.M hl\: ";'' ileum seas. a 4-vax-old negro Explosion! In Puddle Furnace Scatters 1 m '

;.. ..'. ;tit._ .v' hI': -t' 1Ii1'' "I--'il( ;.'.> -'!.', ti-: *':: Death. WE F.XPKC1 1 TO 8ljPl':.Y A MTCit I..* 'wEn '1RADF 1 : :

,... I J r. ..t.' ';, '. .\' .....:, I re -cl ill-- Koit v'. hi!''!' \; l ii1! I PIt ,i- Lebanon! Pa. Nov. I ( .. I I II
l.tThepl> -
_, '... mid- .. I I.Top THIS TCIXl'KK: l'ILEVE.: rE ( RK f r
;: ''-:- ':; ':" H. '" tht'I I ASS vi' iii C"'I i i .11. doli Kolr-v'-;
Honey and Tar always s'on! of a large bokr! in scran puj,i"i! I I
; t4-.l'! thl l' .1 r 'tt.t lly folr t'lmt t end! ; the.. and i i I i
; a ettgh !li t ,
a.n l laa; !* tip! Inn ".
} 2 i iU !
; furnace Xa ?, at the west works ot j
lunar tr'lIh! : hlrr. It n.Miu-iiie. I l'-lOW.
i- ; -fu"iNWute..*. \\'. A. D'Alem-1 I i SEND US YOUR ORDERS ; ;
W. :. IVAltu.oute, l-'l S 1'ul.ifoxFotey's : btrte. II: 1 <*. Paiafox. the American Iron and Steel: Uanufa ij I i I I ,

i I'It. I -- j I wring eoTr.rfvry's! plant: late yestenli.altcrnooa :.- : Olson & Ct
Thompson :; '
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1 rite r;" i r c rW O.3.6TO :Z.A.. caused the death of fo-ir'i \ I :
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2.h t. tp
.rit ..._+jt( Q\: ...... Honey arid TllrI aetri the Ite Rmd yet He Aiaats 36lgeatcre ', workmen and about forty others were I :
; Manresa Street
e ; Telephone 147- .
,,' d"Jtl ,};:-; ,
I -! I ::; colds prevents pneumonia.If : : "/l : I nioi or less seriously Injured. The! i''

; 'If ..vU deal are:

c> ....... l'--..........1.,....7... 1".4." "t"Af tI .... I you want a nice present to 'ivej Jamb Brickcr, aged G7 years.: "i ESTABLISHED 1883.McEENZrE :
ri by *z I j to friend, so and look throntrh the! ': bHKUIKF'S:' SAI.K I SnnnyEtde. a laborer )leaves a wit" -- '-- -
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elegant line of -suitable article; at I I anti six children. OERTI! G & CO. : i
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4 Elam iJ'j fw I i i Pyvirtuof aii cTecntion i -n-l; rut of i iI ,
;.l U I find
: J. Stephens ;, y'u surely can I the! circuit. court of F:'catobht! county clor-! i I Walker Turner of this (city a puff
.. .1' f | miKH'thiir. to please yi>u. If you[ i Ma.\\'l)' n-In tbe ll1l11u Mill fompHU 1 I S -- ty- '
sloe ]
., ; t..J : : t! f J ; leaves a wife and om child
iu the Diamond Bite I acorpnratIonuuder lhrlawof KlonUu.'i- V
'.: ';1;. ... J l'I !I !ba want anything to -ee him before you buy.Jl.YIK laimiir.ha\',' levied. and N'. t.. Krown i* ,1..I..ndlull. I I James Ili.isinBer. of this city a PhiL dWaFC V ,
cure hint I I
i upon wl sell at pubm- I and: General < --'I: \I E\1BE. TI:. I outcry to tlu Uighfst bidder for cash 8t tie j i iilo slog; leaves a*wife and four children. Ship Chandlery : .
"r of the county court house 111 the tof \\\ j' William! Oakes puddler, died at hos-
IVii tcohi. said K-citmbla vuuuty,during i &g, AND 605 S. '(' SrKFaT. ,
-.- ... .- -...' ":. .. ,,-.._ 19. ="=-...-::":" .:.':':'. !it I 111..1"1:1&1 bourn of saion! Monday, tlm lot j I pita! 1
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... 0" ", for olloning i The calimlty Is the worst that ever .......... -- -- ,-.A Go DNa-v --..-..:.. i i I i iI
--li) jilHKTiiifd land* ,m ";.camIH. cuuut. Stair I
A. I lot Horlda. tu-\\"it: Oue certain, piece of occurred In Lebanon. The toiler etplodeJ REVERE COPPER COMPANY; JOHN A. ROEMLINO'S H01\t' CO.'H .

MTY: WORDS : i land buund'-d a, follow: ttu the north by I without warning and in an instant GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RtJSIEL.1l'ON'SPi'111Pt1. i iCuns
I :bf half mile line, on tlirsnuth bj I

.I .' t.T:" North nulf; line range. of ..thirty.'tlllO n\aii.' i.'i). 'h"'luI\r'l I the entire! place was blark wIth t:ICI9 hIt!', 5ii:, h:!tIal! 1 Ic l lrs39ts: IUiU, sac's, Bh'n' ;
i "f>t death-ilealin i doUris. The wreck and
i t-ast l)> the right of way of the Loiiibvillf A I ; SC
Fon- :: NaitmllM the ruin of the nine furnaces COMPASSES. LW3S. KIO .
1(:) Kuilrunit. on tinwtt by tlm ;:
:. right of way of the Alger-) !'uIItval1 Co IaUaoy .- was compkte. McKeaileOeTtia\{ Collecting\ Agent f..r Bar Pilot.' Benevolent Asso i hi !
coutamini four Hi' aorrs more or ciation. '
i It--., Ihf said land; Ij'ing and licina in the It is feared that the list of the deal: i
TWENTY GENTS. ftie :> t:. ''I ol the till''y of "et-tion (;S) 'J'ownUip will lx materially Increased when tit I Iop
t.v! North. K. thirty t 1.8'iest.) togrthrrwith I : '
.. j HIM. building thereon; said property ruins of the nine wrecked puddh- furnaof's THE GARDEN SECTION
biit |h \i..a upou a, tin* |>ro|>iirty of the I Ir cxplorttd. Th, ., I Io
aro explodMhotter
I, d.-n-udal.t W. I- Brown to ,1,1) said execution ;
and! cut. i) was hurled high In the nlr and o ., ,
DAILY :\ rWOm' Out :t UFO K.-M1TH.: : i I IPci.saccla Ii
\ $!Irrlfrof pal! FsealubhacoilntyFla. I' '
I : ;, f'..!, br.: -v aderful reultTlnru in" I IhawYN' I Iin the south bank of lnttaphl i Florida } i

; I crook several hundred yards a\\ai \". .
r 11. .1: : : :i ti!Ifj state fur rfaliznu
": ,' ;:,aI.: .. ; OPERA HOUSEI i i YOUNG BRIDE ENDS HER LIFE. i Near East Hill Electric_ Railway Terminus. .1 ; '

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:,:; HAVE YOU WANT ? 'c(* I Because Husband Flirted With Another Beautiful Lots for Sale. i : i
(I : i Woman Commits Suicide. I

: SATURDAY; Nor.\ 1 151 I nhhmond.'a. Nov. 14.--:Mr.Hallrr .- (' j40x137% feet at from $75 to 8200 each, according 1 I. i I ;

Heater a pretty young bride o! !
to location and .
surroundings.Exceptionally !. I'
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A \ : j Notoriety \Vatlted. !
tour iwmths. has committed suicidej : ,
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8 I I. r., \\ :. d. Opinfnn'anted.. !i! alit .U'l.KS: Ml'HUAYPresent" : I I j I her home in the village; of :Middleton Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View j j; t \ .

t' \\ 11 : !L ptrtnerVauted.. the! Clever Y" un, Amr'rican near Winchester.The 'I : .
I Fertile Lands. i
\ : for her lift High, Dry I Ii
L; 1 \\ ,. "fed. Quitters \'Imtet.l.E Actor reason destroying : ;

r ":alltt'd. R')1n'allted.. 1 I i is; believe! to have been retorts con I: I II

F I) .Wautt'd. Servant.Vauted.. PAUL GILMORE j oeruing her husband's flirtations with i The grandest: opportunity for investment ever ; .: I;

anotlwr young lady of th- village! offered in Pensacola. ; j i
G .' Wanted. TeamsVanttttl.H j jH --IN--- I :
He in a on of Charles W. Hater a .
\ I UU tnmtt1Vantt'J.. l) : I I

I '.Itllr \\ultt'd. v'.hiclea'attted.! 'THE! TYRANNY OF TEARS: !l 1 stair prominent!board farmer o! agriculture.and! member of th I Home Seekers Should See These Lots. s i t '. I

it'\Vanted., I Wives \Vauted.I I
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| halt IH.k11': and .Mrs. Hvator
; :..\Valtod.. XrHit'uce Wtutt: .... Tears that will make you Laugh; !j ALVC1ubbs
I 'uarr, *-Tel and paratti. A recuncilj :- ;

: ;''1'}I L \\Vanted. ynu're wanted 1.o hH't- (I), -BYILIIIION jj i j lation followed, but th* former hap; > : i I' i

J :". M I \\':tuted. I Z"nl tnuurh to place a..;.. i relations ware not restor<.l. Lair i Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. !

niA3iitiis.: i iI ,-\'t'lt"lnIrs.: : Heater after vl.-iting ,.
_. (EI.E EI.:) ]I I
' t ti i
J 1 I Presented who has friend complained of feeliw! unw.:1;i is r I
by a Manager i
the reputation of producing artistic s i A Ihyslcian"as summoned and t.>un I II ,' 9I
E:; U. ) T no SPECIAl RUES BY TN (:i ij performances. I I I, her suffering from strychnine I*>IMJIing. ,- !I I'resldt-nt. Vic l1.' l'.tll..r Ah i 'aibl&r I ;

:, .f j: I nu. III lUI I 0 nn'lII1UQ.' \ WEEK OR M3NTH. t::! I tin-mis I :Manager this Coe attraction pen-onally reconi-1; | .
j as being '
She sent for her sister, stating thug :
t LI 11 I! worthy and artistic.Looks First Nation Bank
:_ ". wv_. ....w_.__. ..,_'c-___. .__',-.... _.".;,"" "_,,.T'..'_.- ...Tt ..'__..I I I' -he wished to impart a !seem. but I"
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1 : betwt her wish could be granttil sh'-

N o LLY11. <(.0')0'" died ,
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'" i ay PLN8ACO.tA. PT' /' I I ; ;
t 1' "'1Imprll\,'<1 ruil 1 !...1 ItEIKNL-atauufacturr; rI
H\KAH Searching For Eagan's Body. ---- ----- --- I t
i MKS.
H.ill MUlOUUtt nw I
..1 ( I L,.-hr K. :taro; ti. -.1! ... drab:1ntalr.oo1.Ilata.ToUr.rllrh llulr lIU.etc..5.1.: W. UnvirnnirntItr t J' Kallsf'!. Mont.. Nov. 14.-Th.' (;1",1, D1n.ioTcnu" 1 1Whl

; :-. 1-aUfui St b'iirrv. 't Northern company has employed tVI \" H. 'N( /L RIor.M: K. 0. 11- E V. K t? I

___ _'u't!to_h110 I ,\..... .."1'1 A. '. I en men to continue the search for :'.1 I II D. G. HfpM.H t I 1 1i

\ \ .A- you amount sera you money u ant I \\NTKli-AlS- : ', *'D(1' o' <-mp'y bra'r .' it !I !iH-rintendect Egan for ten date. ; : :; :; YKi ; I .

.,'nu tiny> and lo.....<(it rate, 1 nvtt". M. aaa'W'M.c u"1 '{ --1 has no plans after that time al.tant / i

:.-!un,oor.tmpruvrdeltyrrullI JinJ! !, Mouth l'..U- t\' rt.I'lr1"l.I; : .a...'puck h. n.':!.!-. roOf:i.ciiiftit.diathauai'rcl .', -S. I I Genets has taken! Superintendent('harof: the K<.11\.IH":1"|TIP! 'dvA'in I Fri{ i leiiik Z h d Sdj, : .

in-tf I ..
r if itl. "lInlrRel AMK.UIfv.N HiATK1NII' +
ti. Egan has
"Superintendent no
J says;
I t > VV'iishinitton. U.r. .' im.u
n H<'HtKIIU1!:\' l "::1 found and now w?" eau or !NaTi.'ntpt I'Germany.
-..r. your property. pro- \l" A> 1 r U" .Or oii'it'i-, tll'tJl10 <,. his ;tJU'We draw our own J>lllt of Kxcnaujfe on Great Brain, [relang I
to rwove:
I '. buy or aril!! real! .>*- 1) A 'I mi' :i luii, al,No. -4 \V--t\ inn ininviit France Aartria, Italy, Holland. Hpam Belgium, Russia, Kti ,
I any criptlo'i have nrrt-t brtwi-cn and !" o' in i itulrAM"K I -HI" !intendent Egan !is said to hate r
mr taxes HltfnJfil to. k,rrtu'nn. h'dm' ,'airiH life insti am-e" amoiintini;; II way Hweien, Dancark and. other: Earofean countriea. { : 1
Wason Co.
i Los C. - ---- .
F ,' Ft.ns-- *!:, nun What effect a failure: fi"ih
ranee agents. i-M-u t-i learn Iviirii. r tral.- n sS9TVessel0 Disbarred/ upon the Mo, Favorable TeriT'i>. and theft if t ;

"' 'niiKVrate... wa will 1"0..ryoo.If cd mosey't I''I 1)I.raelle.Rapid Iuattur.IIrNehrl.aitvarci'nifiit! l>.y Hi1 artuiulamio 1110111,',.,- < body would have on the in I-II. :IM< l ''ObligatlonaTaken: Parable at Tort of n8gtu.auMi Ten or Fifteen Daji i 1

1 I BOUSf. ll-tl ut.'uta to U.-taut alph.nii| < utaloKintr | is no* being questioned after Vessel Arrives ;here. .
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t> Write today Moler Karbi-r C>ill>-ii. -
I Ir
: t ).w rr" :XH... Orlrnn*. I... OAN -' : ; It t sUp I Old Veteran Gets Damages. arSafcty Deposit Eoxes for Kent in Connection::: ." I

, ..-due- liver. t.d white-- : ,,[ \\" f E(h-A nu.iil luau to 1 K" I" t UtllIt I Dallas. Tex.. Nov. H.-..1V Low with which rn have a Prira Apartment for theUia I
r .,(r;, H to tUIl a-a* hi-n-ti and a ti<> ,: .
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a! t. collar ""% allae. nlilr to look after a moulder nod to takearrnftnsknlv.aandsen to With Delight. iier. of \\ad;>stJro. X C.. att. r-!- .1 I:: II hemHd la. A .
rS pad fur inforina- \f ply t() t' W National reunion of ConfiMl.'iat' V",
Hitsirmnn, riu'stn P.ulldlU uMf
r,'iiry.. i'lf.ckrrI"nlw held in Dallas during la-t Apr i if
That's Gas Illumination as erans f f Ifwnu
1- ( )1: tA.llt. By the overcrowding of an *\< nr-uin
we provide it for the home properly
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I cSt 1 t.'n.h..I.. train the St. Louis Southwestern
: <.iA\S can he bad in one of tb" on : .' ",. ,. r
--"""" -"'-"" ARttne't rcriili'iici' and moot durable. sewed through! non-leaking: pipe*, railroad he was crowded off the tram; "', ..rat.. '...'... etV.' 't.P.9 J
i '.' M'UOt'L nectioniof ,.O.tll..t Hill mtucct to guar ",01'" I r "
: "ii| be
R for threw fitting and fixture*, from the plainest at Garland. Tex., and his skill' 'rar, u n Y ,
!, i-1 Wright sheet, Hot.Mmrl HCt- d l"a-n ht lair rev' iiut- jfar> tf u .. .
ty. : S-ir Han. of hour csu be steu at my office. A ured and his right arm broken II. I ..I .
\ l1ubb anuv2wLOR single jet article to the mot .. : : '" !
t -- sued th" railroad ('Om pan>' 101 Jli: flu -' .
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r"' sn 1.101.: ill;MN '. ornate chandelier.Gas Jew ,, ,T. I rt
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null iamaees.: A jury in .Iiniip Nash :* '
f I S.\LJo-TJ. most desirable lot l n .. ttI
t1 terms by the h'lihei .?, _"" : .. : ':":: : ;:.. ,
thE> on .
I T- \ country huntsSite. oral Estate city Agency easy 24'j South Faiafoiitrt milting is still the recognizedi'afet court awarded! him $ "" : -.. .. 'IV i j" '. I. ,, i
oils mil trout carttltri ., ;.n.l9t w. ..11\.. I. j.
> > balm r oI 4A.In
1 < t.i illuminant and the : "' .
property nn gas we IcyM p -i.ii fu rur.i. -f
? lciity! (.f li-h are --- -- f' Vi Ira'-'. '.. /i : ,rir* L. I I !
rticulari. aopi v u'i 1"'l1h.h..1 U..III-. furnish ranks with the best. 46 I.n t. Ewen.; K-f: rlr. ..;. i""O; .
't. illulmI ..
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II ,. .
i i\ rent muthern #xpcsureoentrally; l .
1.1 III"I: -... I I I en:-d. Apply: at W East Intrndmcl from you. rhln signature on every box of the genuineIllative .'. -d.) ., f-ro. ,1\ .. ,., .. 'r"" f '
Itri-e' IToclm* ; I eMY :
Cromo 'i
i, QuinineTbietjthe ; INI ;
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I .at \\"bl.T spring?. j'or in-ill. I remedy that core a cold la one dayBANNER l. ..!... UUIIl1.t.- ... .. ", .: L." I."....', 4.1.. ) l
Hi l > Mrs. Condon pro- I p Peosacola Gas Co i

< .,cuiulom- Northern uuiuo tourlittsi. at ; I:. ,} A. hall for rent ;dance*. etc i SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts.. ST. LOUIS. MO. tt4 tj1F

pl:\Cf to spend rue l Vy. -tpt-iyto wm. tiluicfr. Tho. John- .. SALVE 1 m ,. '
lnim i >u or li n )1 urpL .?elm 25 and 21 E. Garden St ,, Pentsccla, Ha me most he llnz salvo in ttv world iJf. 1'

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strain a child to :
I HINIIII .... .. Quite a FORFALL

Catholic ; grow. You find it about all i
St. \Iichael'-Order of divine : you can do to live along as you j

i service for the winter: First mass, i arc and keep welL Your child i FESTIVAL

7 a in ; children's mav, S a. m. ; Ian I
has do all that and be- !;
mal* and sermon 10 a. m. ; evening to grow

devotion, 4 p. m. I I ItSt. !sides. Some children can't I FOLKS

Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fullerton. i ,
stand the strain. I
extra They
P.1stor-First mass, 6:30 a. m.; .< t< HERE'S A FEAST OF BARGAINS. ,* .* >

high i milS, 9:30 a. m.; benediction, get weak and sickly as a resultof i

j:31) p. m. ---- -
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: -# ___ Epi.copat.Christ \ :$3.50 L-idies' Patent Leather Kid Shoes: ... ... ..... . $3 00

t s..p e Church-Services by the This where Scott's

rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley at 7:30 Emul-I''$2 50 L1dies' Lace: and Button Shoes. ... .. ..... .... . . $200
sion does some of
and 11 a. m. and 5 in.
p. I $1.75 Ladies'Button: Extension Hole........... . .. $140
St. Kitherine's Church, corner work. It is a strong growing" \

Cervantes and Sixth avenue Rev. medicine. It tarts $2.50 Ladies'. strap, Patent LeatherSandais.: .... .. .. . $2 JO
J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge up

f!: (Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. new life in the backward child I $3.00 Men Vici Kid Bluchers, Goodyear: Welt. . . $::2.s

Kt. :Mission (colored), RevJ. ,
i .... firfi. > .. It. Bicknell Priest in Charge- and strengthens the weak ones. }i $3.00 Men's Box Calf, Kid Lined Goodyear:: Welt .. . .$2.60

.. ... .. '::; Sunday school at 3 p. tn.; service at Scott's Emulsion takes all the i $2.50 Men's Box Calf, Cap Toe, Lace. .. .. ,..... ...... ... .$2 .bO:
e'f .<\ ": 4 p. m. at the chapel, corner of Jackson -
: .;\,;:'.!Lq. +:: f'p .... and B streets. extra strain!: and carries the t tI ';; "
aIIJI'J F. -t\" ... ':111 -: :>!'< I $2.50 Men's \'ici Kid, Plain & Cap Toes, Lace, Coug., Butt_ ..
.; JIU \ -' ; ,I.'" .'
!" children until
; \.1 -" .. Church St.utli. along thev are ; >
.. :if- hrlllh.t KitiocojMl
'i'" ..... .. .. .....J. .. .,<, ".."..,> .. i These Prices are Only Good During t!. '"
'...... ':>'. ': Reed'-Chapel-Preaching: at3 p.m. to stand it
#=. . ..s.. ...._-.... ..' .' strong
:" ,.. '" .. <.'r, f Kv.V.. < Vreeland.G .
_.J! ., ?f. .." I:: !t: ;: by J. Week 'of Fall Festival.
:JI_ 'J I .f.. '. \ '
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I t /or'4 w' 1" '!lr l. ....' '.:-S:, ':: : .' id-deii Street Church. Rev W. alone.

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tA.r.. ;. \ ,' '""1zf." \ i 4 ., K .! ,1'.Lt. ewirk..
t 'C : > :\.. .J'< A.-f,." \IU\ : a. m., A. JI.D'Alemberte, MEYER SHOE CO.

I ... :.,'. : .... rI...."7; ',":JI. .: -u; erintetldent; Epworth League at .
JJ ,..
.' ''P.t .I :!''i- T.JI, YO; ,., "'.,, 7 p. 111, :Mr. Cade hackelford, pre..i- I WILL\ PROCURE '
1. Feet FuriiMivpi for t'a..b Only.
........ .." :. dent. Ltdies': Aid Society will meetat
..''t \\'-" l. .... -1..#. \-' .. 't :
1>>'" h 1:"" P 7 -:" '" the church Monday at 4 p. m. ; MORE ENGINES
,. a '.,.\',.'" '.' !! .. 1tl 7&iY Iii" ..ill.. \ ":+ 'i Palafox Street Church, Rev. J. M. 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

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kj4qJ 11 ',,_ ._ ,..... ..., ,;,!: .. ... V" ;<" .1.\' .,.'...t..!.: '" p. children's 11 a. in., ,rally and services.!at 7:30 I A Birmingham, Ala., prey dispatch -:1e. .a1 1e1 / 10101o. .c. 1. -saI-

I V 0;;.' \ III .'. .:ti. ;; 'Wt !Sunday school at 'J:30 a. in., Mr. I says that considerable importance /,

/(1ilI F w .' '.... \.1....... .;> t''+< ;' I ij. N. Andrews, Supt.; Mr. J. A. is attached to the visit to that !
i .., ,W" .' .t, \;'..... \.. !iI" I i
.. ..... '"..."' '' ". Avant, assistant. Epworth Leagueat city of President Milton H. Smith,

m ,I 6:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon, W. of the L. & N., and one of the vice- ; iWorkingnien t

1: 1 s 1 i A pecial tram will arrive here to- \ puNion from his toes moves the ball I C. Mackey, president. presidents of the road. The purposeof I:1 : ( :

: i c. arrow afternoon about C o'clockae' to the top of a fit).foot spiral tower. I Baptist the visit is said to be to arrangefor ; i I. ;

'fir .ix Then he canters on the globe across I First Baptist Church-Rev.. the handling of a number of new I' +
Selma with cars
T n tweiity
a narrow cable pathway and back Jonepastor. Services at a.m.and ; : .ATTENTION! ... i iI.
i1t + 1::.' 'u with carnival p.trii.ernalia,! II engines: for the construction of Ii ...
1\ again. 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 90: a.
: a./J 1 ,, ." This will be un- \ ELEI'TRII'LFOUNTAIN-Tllh which a contract has lately been )
m a A : 'properties. ; TUB 1m., E. D. Beggs, superintendent. I. : .

-r r'' a L. i't ,I at once anJ will be trats- is operated every ."0 miuutes between; I B. 1'. P. L'. service at 6:30: p. m. closed. These engines are for the :' *+

: CJrnlvalVhite 3 and 11 m., and is a spectacle extended all trade to the South which means .JliKM: I .
; 4t ;tt r r''rn-il to the City on p. I A cordial invitation to J WE WISH TO ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE .

p i s't Garden street, where a wouleitul which i i. enchantment personifiedThe to attend these services.t'hurth that additional: service will be put :
transform io1 has taken I play of pn-matic waters van- : ; MERITS OF OURlu
; I ; I The of Christ.Church on to Pensacola, which is gratifying .
rd, ; t i; u ..i... .. in-iJa of the past few diy, colored Iran..lucf'ntrlS', I II J

z r ;; 'tttig ready to receive tU! ilu eitiou. I and gentle falling of the mist in I of Christ Corner Alcaniz I information, to say the least. It. I Qh. .......... ..... :
which Mile. tin and Jackson Streets-Bible school, i It is stated the L. & X. is; just now ) .
? tM w ,'?:'''/, Te ;ground will be I Ii moves Campbell : + ) I
!1 i :Iy iblaze with lights, dur'n:{ the water nymph, dancing with hypnotic 9la.. m ; preaching at 11 a. m. and i I undergoing the ill effects of a famine '
7:30 m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, !
-x: ;'lights t of next week. I. charm p. in locomotive and that business
1 power It
4itIA :- promised that the "haw- will I I THE OIUEST.\I.l'AIUDE-Thlswill Tenn. ; prayer meeting Wednesday I-Dutchess Trousers I
rp at 7:30 in., lesson in Hebrews Gth has actually been refused on account ;
; S 1 :\fly b' uf a iik-an aid Moral : occur at :3:1 and itlj p. 1\1 daily and i
I I chapter. Como and join us in these of the road now having all it
; ; ; -uf.ififciitly high tn "atl-f i has to be seen to be appreciated. I :
.. M'AiurMThis is of tin, services. attend to. .
THE one
Thii'e ; can
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t .; n substantiated by reports : besthuws of its kind carried by jcariiival I I'resbyterian. This a really not surprising whenit ... i*

1 t t r"..i ether cities wht-'ru the com- ,I : company.: The acts are al i I First Presbyterian Church Rev. U considered that as many as 15 I S. re." ..

'. ....-how have exhibited. here lat breakneck speed. Every minute '
,: i Linn It. Walker, l'astor3er'icesI or 20 freight; trains per day arrive 0 Order to do ->o WP will inaugurate 01. :
+' la w II! to twellty-?even ltar attrac- I there i* gnat danger to the performer 11 a. m. and S p.m., by the pastor. .
+t In this divi i ion m.lhe seem I and depart from here.A .
} '. tea of which will be free. A I Sunday: school at 9:30 a. in. : .

ii : + Z 1 outline of the features: is a- the acrobatic Kauhthe; Abdullal I ; : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14th :
... I of Arabs acrobats and tumbItrs .. Christian. 1'
tf! : [..,\, : tro..p : I BAD LIVER CURED.A I
'ii Church No. 1C o ij ijAll
> A I. \KLES! O. KlLI'.\TItIfK The! ; the Gillmore traptzistthi; Central Christian bad: liver is the cause of mot of ,

.i_m I ." of Kilpatnck: i is known all Cycle Dazzle, four rider ; the aui. ;East Romana btreet-Junior Christian the ills with which the human body 2 : A SPECIAL SALE OF DUTCHESS TROUSERS. I
.. Endeavor at 11> a. m. Sunday sutlers. The beat to overcome, +
;'.: this! country, and lie i- one oft mal chow, m which are _!lion-, besides ; way \ .
a r Polar bear school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. 1 S.; C. E. this uncomfortable condition is to +
:, hyena*, j
-; iv 't a ncrvien men that ever rode a II leopard have a liver remedy upon which \ .

=r w' ". I.1 His act cor.-iv of nJiag: at panther;, huge boa constrictors anc } at 11 a. m. you can depend. HEPATICl'RA ; +

,." neck; speed down a narrow: many other specimens ; the Pgane t' 1'rhlL l'n I"t. is the thing which will rive you a j All our $125 Pants for 98c. & ,: : j
\ 4 deal of from its use .
t&-1it; i:' *-ay from a platform JK) feet I Pony show : Wild Ito-e of Yucatan : First Universalist Church East great pleasure health. ', 1 I. !;
I and speedily restore you to 1
} .
>A i : A sinle slight deviation: : the dancing girl*; the house up-sidi- !I Chase Street, Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. I Mr. Ja*. T. McNair of Peusacola: : All our $1.50 Pants for $1.29. i !

a. .'d t con the man LH life. HH I down ; the glass blower,, and man; Irwin, l'astorer'ice5 at 11 a. m., I Kl.i.: says : I have had some trouble Io .

k, : i equal to the speed of a c:inl I other features. I subject, "Parable of the Talents ;" with my liver for about a year and I ) .

h't fi' .>ill and !he moves at the rate: oft Thi aggregation; of shows will b,e i text, "For nnto every one that hath kinds:a half.of-I medicine have tried al*o'a good physicians'many''; ; All our $1.75 Pants for $1.49. :

w ': 'wo mils a minute. He rides \ the ;greatest ever exhibited here" | shall be given and he shall have treatment but found no relief untilI I I '

eurtt' ,' .... each day. : aLl! since;; the 1'JiKS carnival will b>e 'abundance; but from him that not took HIU'ATICURA. One bottle[ : All our $2.00 Pants for 168. :

:II'EIION'SPIKAL At r-In the vastly benf fitted by the feature: fi i iIi t shall be taken everything that he 1)'is so much improved me" that I :

i i. f *!1Ow"r of llrewnrk- Phel- i,* urgent that e\er.ume be a= liberaa I .,. ,'J" have gained seven pounds in weigh)t :
: ) I. th. Matt. _ All $2.25
;4 r I .I' -uul-- i'ii a ,'lobe! :uisd by proI -. : acirtunitauct's will permit. I in.. subject, "The Power of !Silence ;" and that bud: taste I had in in;, :1' our

I I text "But Jesus held his peaceMutt. ,"- ;i I mouth is all gone. Sold by all drug I' 1

I '!&:Iii.: Sunday school at 10 I gists.! __ ,: t: i our $2.50 Pants for $2.1C'' |:
i i i,
REIViE t16E13k1tyn rO-DAY'S SESSION a. m. ; Y. P. (J. U. at 6:30: p.m. Prayer 'I .. I I
a Hot Chocolate with' .. ,,. .,-.w- /
meeting HerWedne5Oda evening .I .
j THE ORPHANS FEDERAL COURT at 730.: All are cordially invited to : Whipped Cream at Solo- .

attend these services.. : mon's.iragln's.. '

-- --- !t Uiilinin loljnson & on. I
'; **! Lutheran I ..[. tlic best/ /.'r ji.
'. .'-. lu\eplaail twenty-three ,ri': : I I Four indictments were returned German Lutheran Church J. F. I I. 1 .

!Iron from l'e:1-.1c\1.. in our Ort ) the grand jury this morning and \V. Reinhardt, l'ator-Oerman service i o '_ -- --_." '
r o ..:-' Irnu1Thirtt'ell have: been I a.1 at 10:30 a. m ; Erglish serviceat i1. NIl1!
ye :he body was discharged until 10 Tn? W Vat2 &
p<.ic- vl in good families by the, ratanK ) I I 7 p. in ; Sunday school at 9 a. in. Q l. nn --

1'4f ,(;: -, of the home. ThltIk.: ivin )11:n. Monday NAVAL 8T011KS: MAUKKI.: \ STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ,

4Wt t).tv is :approaching.! ; If ;any one dt- George Holmes was convicted to- \ Christian Science. INSURANCE
: rto gelid a token; of their I'Qr-1 1 '1 ly of cutting timber on governmentnd. : Services at 202! West Gregory street imported Daily for The Newi hj TH< S. COXI.ON: Clip i : >.:.

a 4 ; -S ':! il inttrt-rt in tin* work, I will at 11 a. in. All interested are invited AM |! Union Naval Store Co.
i; 'x 't ;' ':war J s-aine: wi'h ;1'1t'Iur... :, He was: fined *10<\I and seu- i attend. I I ROSIH. \ will make regular trip- 11".1

4 r'I 1jr J. ;.DASNU.'Y.. enc: d to three months in the \ i to REAL ESTATE, ; WW_ .. .... ..". IsiS H ..... ....... rise! Pensacola, Point \Vahit4r''.. .i '
!'.ui-ac-la, Nov. 1;). I9JL:! 0 ... ...... Freeport. Leave Bayl ii
.c .. I ; Saltation AnnEvery )'. VG__.. .. .. ... 875 (; u. '" J "iS '
: county jail.R. No.I South Palafox Street. _... . .. wharf Thursday at 6 a. n' 'Ii:
wg M'llOOL n;.\1 iiEIts: IEtkNrt i is cordially invited to I .. J 60 K "
I II L:i iter entered a plea of guilty I Ito one I M. .. ... ...... 1'.1 E.... .... .. Ito: rive at Freeport at Ii i p.1:.1. II i "

timber and wa fined S : attend the meetings at the Barrackson I. Partial List of Desirable Dwellings K __ _. .._......_. 2 Si 11..m ....... i4) Leave Freeport Tuesday .it. I .
cutting iO'l and arrive at Pensacolu r; :
Juvt Like Oilier IVuj'lP I DeReache street. Holiness meeting for Rent in Various Parts 'II i..... .. .. ........... 1 05 t4bflow. ..... 1 4.1HriKITB <;.|I' a
day.' : '
F } M A food and overwork wrackS Jell Weeks was fined $-'\); James i ilcLendon. Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class TUBru'TI1fK-51. trip.
; II of the City : | W. I
a life but the runt f"od mafcps: I I -- -- -- )
u my for ) 1 cent; Dan: Moore, ?30; meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings '
-urand complete hippiut-s, I I 135.00-Large S-story dwelling especially'adaplMi Regular communication
.,muthf happy: if perfectly well. N. C, Ma-ou 33u'aler; ; Spoon, 1 ; every night at S o'clock in the for boarding hour. purposes of E-cambia Lodzp No. 15, Try one of our celebrntrd
vrape-Nut* -aved iny lite, and I Barracks: ; open air at 7 p. m. Capt. II ; :W rooms" knownfts' Ponce. de F. and A. M., 7:30 ;.
,:: 4 cent ; W. D. Gordon. 350. All these J..t'OD Housl; at \0. 110 t: 101..nd..DCa A p. H. $ S. Felt Mattrew
tt. \' .ai.ired me from a nervous, uk. i Callie Holder, Lieut. Kellar, strrrl.Sal Monday November 17.
to healthy. : -Large 2-story dwelllns. containing u< m.1 They never pack or grilt'
(?< -:'sideut woman a II were for cutting:, timber.INDRADRE'M i \V. D'C. .:; .
; officers in charge. room WilD all modern cunvenlences.elluateon -
;tt '-.isr! and cheerful one, write ,I I II NortU Bayleu Ht., HARRY W. GIBBS. W. lumpy. Better than a tm r
I M:... Alice Illegal: of Pontiac, Ill;. I --- lJ.tI'.en Strong and UrSototrtet Secretary.
-44Zt I I aid not been well for several Seamen's Friend Society. I I $:5 C() '--'-.tory dwrllmgat>o.-'II'=,"onb Barccionn. mattress, at half the pr p>-
did The Seamen's Friend Society will with > room nrar brit linewater ,
and I thought, as my &'
y M i. and gaa tbruUKbout.i'lCl NOTICE. Marston Quimi.
t) riuJs that 'm days were uuui- ': hold religious servic at 3:30 p. m.Sunday 1 )- -.lury d' plliDioD unit line. No in CLOSING .

4f i1 b'I i.: hill health wa cawed '' 27 FEET in their reading room onSouth \ \We illlers ttirPgoryortaeenleusaad! rooms bath,city water and l>e Owing to the death of the brother
to 1 t f- M drinking::;coffee, eating improp- Palafox street, in the corner Ra!. I of Mr. A. Moog, the wholesale liquor I FOR SEED OATS
'r triK' ,l and overwork in the schoolr i 11 JO.n.'-l-story flwelling No. t"i Wet\V right. Moo will be
S J i.'ui t had b come H'ryIIo'eak., tired building north of the Scandinavian coniaiDlngT rooms city water ana establishment cf A. Seed Rye and Chicken Wn< ..'
% gas with large lot on prominent corner closed until Monday, Nov. 17.
I ate and citizens of all
nottnus church. Seamen
..4: 34 ?nd IIH01Jan. ; In residence district. on the Mellen-Crobby Comp* .
a.;r .'-.! with me. Medicine made The steamship Indra passed safelytbe denominations are invited. H. C. I (IT.;'. '-l1] story daelhngwith y rooms at No.
Inc more nervous and impaired: uiy I hiest Koruana nrt'lt.'try con- Try Force at Solomon's.NOTICE the Alcaniz; street warehouse!
over bar: last evening, drawing 2" Cushinan, secretary. I \enlvnt to business portion of city. I I
I digestive. orpruuj.; : ll.;.-l-btory dwelling at >' o. :SUa West I ------- Phone 334.: W t.
It was with difficulty that a feet, the deepest draft vessel thati with bell
: Saints Meeting. I Gregory street rooms on I
neighbor induced me to try Orape'Xuc has left here. The Indra was bound' line,In good location. TO ICE CONSUMERS.There .
and 1 liked it from the first i i Latter: Day Faints will hold ser- I $3iv-l-story dwelling corner Cbase and You can get your hou,e
s for BHmen.I Barcelona streets,5 rooms. delivery
I will be general I
with thick cream and swat. I lived I I vices in Saints hall, 523: East Chase, Sle 5i>-1-. ory d.'eIlIDgo.I'J'O' East Wright no furnished complete tit Marstonift -
I I' I of ice on Sundays, after this date
Food ,
exclusively with Potum street. 5 rooms city water and gas.St4auNewl I
It : :
on street, Sunday!: and Monday nightsI 418 Nest Nov. take full supply onI
: +t Co3ee until my digestion; wa *o KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. d..elliDIl.0. 14. Kindly 'i ; Qaina'soneasy payments
t I i utucb improved I could eat other I at 6:30 o'clock, Elder I. X. Roberts,t'I' Chase street i rooms city water and Saturday to prevent any disappointment. monthly.We .
: \ gai. I weekly or
; foods. My friends soon noticed the I of the Reorganized Church of Christ,, I13.7S-1 story dwelltnqNo.3'9 East 'lruo-1 THE Ii E DEALERS. ,
look, and I am Pet>39cola Lodge No. 3. lof P. ry street,6 rooms on belt line
improvement in my All I '
f t and happy. I I' regular: meeting Monday night, Nov:. I Latter! Day Saints; preaching. $15.< -l-story dwelllog No. "i* East Cervantes.treettnear ': I will repair your watches and will launder your epmd.- "
Y i healthy strong M latbenne'sChapelI3rooms. ,*
;? i attribute now \ the change iu my health 17 at 7:30 o'clock. Initiations and I are invited to attend. ,outhouses and large ,i jewelry in flm-class style. J. 1 16 cents' each and make then i II

tLr to the change of diet. I other very important business. Members lot,cornering on *
solely"Husband and I both like Grape-: I of sister lode and visiting; Fortify the system against disease,, A largo list of smaller dwellings as well. I .
: : y as a number stores and offices Oil KL.NT.THOS. '
Nuts and Postum. I think it is the I brethren are cordially invited to at i by purifying and enriching thebloodIn I The finest line of umbrella-, :
most healthful: and strengthening oft : tend. 1 other word, take Hood's I C. WATSON & CO., Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon's. city is at J. I. tstephecs':, Goat ,I
Leallnz Real Estate Rental and Inuraace
H. A. LEE. C. C.
all foods and drinks and suitable for : Agents,1aouth i'alatoi Street them.
H. HORSLEK, K. R. b. Sarsapanlla.: I
c the weak :as well as for the strong. I


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