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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 17, 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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Named Robini. I -- Mitchell( Continued. : ; :j(

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Special to The Daily News. I j jX Special to The Dally News. I '(iI

I ,-; Orl':l'.". Ntjv 1.;,:-'As usual, At'acu, Nov 1C.; -A 'wood of new I ) I I .r.\

,,_ __ i U7ELY ARRESTED. -I tl::. c i ';.nniitt'f nn 1'1'\.'
tl-Kir whn tlu toavention of the Antsr- clerk's desk yesterday for a first Lead i i'

i i :.i can Federation! of Labor opened this lag Many of them here purely local TO CHAMPION i I :
:d."g to Cathedral I This, However Will Hardly Be the IF
measures, but of them
m i ning. lib report was that John U.O !some pro-

Diurn Three Shots !i SPREADINGJERROR 'I Iarv.. of the con-makers, of Denand pea interesting legislation.Mr. Csse, as Beth Sides to Controversy :, "

'c His, Carriage, but\ !jI T.>r. E. A. Cassette r>f the D*-nv-r Candler, of DeKalb, introduced Have a Long Array of Witnesses to LILY 'WHITES" \y i '

t. I. i True' a and I, Testify I I i i !
or so nuch thereof be necessary -
The report of the committee! wasfroJlf'l1. as may I

'..iy:! News: l. The committee mortud the I, for the laying of a water! main Special to The Daily News: ,

following condition: of the from the city to Confererate Sol .
i rhree shots were organization i diers' home, an Improvement which Scranton. Pa.. Nov. 15.:; -'The coal

: HI luium: this morn- RIVALS MONT balance on hand opening of last fiscal the trustees have not been able to strike commission resumed its session TO BE ESTABLISHED AT I If

'""i. "ding to the ca- year" $:::.S14. make with their present: means. this morning. After a few prilminaries >- i f!

.. : d te deaai of the PELEE. Total rer*-ipts! $144.4SS. Mr. Calvin of Richmond: introdue President Mitchell, who GREENSBORO, N. C. 1 '

.. ." .:'.. :tta. No one was Total cash received during the year, a bill which proposes to cut down the was on the stand all day yesterday, ; :
153312. fees of notaries public and others whotrotest !
again! went into t.aeitn'Ss box and I

It... fired the shots was Special to The Daily News Expenditures 5119.0SG. notes and drafts by more than the cores-examination by David Wil- Special to The Dally! News: I I I.
one half. His[ bill: provides that the I
Balance !
.. tt."d ia front of theN on hand $34,223. ( '
'.: I. the Itue Royal.! New York Nov. 15.-Astonishing Approved.The charge for uch service shall not bo cox, general counsel for the Delaware Graham N.: C., Nov. 15.-It Is learn i i I I'I' .

[ on revelations of great loss of life and committee on labels reported more than $1 50 in each case. a-.1 Hudson company was continue ed from reliable authority that a coin ; ; !

property caused ty the eruption of the that various applications for labels MFields, of Pooiy, Introduced{ a Each :side: is anxious for a IJHy:; pany composed of business men i*
,;,,..., Jo"t ."- had been The bill: ehu 1< !h ? roposes to increase thus but this will now being: organized for the purpos
Santa Maria volcano are being made approved. report was ending of the: htaiing,
:: sa'ai' ..> ,,: judges! of the superior of establishing a Republican morning :
adopted. ot
'I,. dally, says a cablegram to The Herald 00 inpots'.lie: if the present plan ,
.. courts of the state to $3: ,.;tI). Thereis at Greensboro which! f
: Chairman of : :: pajx-r! will champion I I
/ :. from Gautemala City under date of Tar.guray the extcu- the Contending parties are carried out '
,' ''';r.' : :- tire: ('Qfumlth'rl'poI1fd that the already pending a measure for m. Dumber otvi the "lily white" movement 1.1 I'
{{ < > u\ 9. transmitted by way of San various Tae miners have a large !
.' .I. 1tiil: creasing these: salaries to J2.500 introduced North Carolina ,
.;''.; .f!}: Sahadjr.:: Eruptions continue. reports submitted to the coun- ; .tr. =si.s to be heard and toe I
:J ,'" by Mr. Stone, of Fulton. auu\\ The it is said will he second c
{, ,. .'11 '. ; eil! prop>Pily lM !ongc>d to ctlw-r comm'.tUvs. EL-.VO lor oaeu ot the coal: ('OlII palwr I :
'"-.., ., :;;. Great Destruction of Property. Mr. Henry of Murray, In a bill to no paper in the state They will I
and lie asked that ti i
br rtfer-
'. ,;"': .'C fl', tNy ae: anxious to crwsac'ijumneAlter Itin. f
.J' "",. ::'l''''' 1tt.- Many hundreds of human beings red where they belonged in order tat which he I introduced proposes to r!' Cue miners have closedC&M th"ir I receive full! press dispatches and the : I

.. I (.. \-,_ e'... perished; and the destruction of property there! might be but one: report on onesubject peal the present registration! laws of I the: companies also will present I staff will be composed 1 of able newspaper I I

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'. ".,' _....... '\ \ I in the island of Martinique the president! announced that inasmuch is the author of a measure which Is de. it is the intention ot the lawyers oa I, as a jposltive fact it is thought thaCV. < \

... .. (. ..... signed to permit! confederate veteran \ A. Ill1drl I
of rL.1 I,
1 eruption Mont 1'eleo. i now Washington)
as unable
.. : ""I\I "Y: \ many delegates were the! miners'Hide! to ctoss-examino j I I
: ::4:1: :.: .i: ::\ All of the estates In the neighborhood to prepare their souticns! in time to enter the real estate, renting, brokerage witnesst's for the (companies. j correspondent for several leadln1:; i ; I

\ ..,-...., .: .?. .i. ...sxt 1 I of the volcano are buried under for presentation yesterday, they or commission business with IniunHliately after the closing cf southern dailies will lie offered the position : i i 1 '
'\ .",-"' .". ". ," \ I\' :.Iranic l ashes which reach to the to) won be allcrot-d: to submit them t.>- out paying a license charged to othe'". the meeting this morning Judge Gray i of editcr-in-chlef. Mr. Ili1d. I '
.. the houses. Mr. Reidof Campbell introduced brand. though quite a young man Ii ; ,
':':. I day. The most important ones submitted for the commission addressed! JoUnT. I
,. three hills to amend sections 767. 713 considered of the .I
Tfie or.<
richest coffee estates are com newspaper : I
.: :. JJi } today were" : -nahan., one of the attorneys forthe I
au and 780 of the eode so as to requireall men in the state
ruined. -
]j./.tcly The principal losers 'I
r oat the growl! osiees oi the incoming gexecutive nonunion men.! At yesterday's'session j
,. ", .".' 11" the large coffee planters! mostly council! be asked to secu.-p corporations doing business in tin Mr. cnahan said he reprej j fib great majority of the Republicans i I i

T.' [ ;:I. I ""d States citizens t.W'1 Germans the ensctnmut of national laws for state to return their franchises for seated the noauniou men who worked |. I of North Carolina artvery i v I

I ....: :. I'.;, \> .,a properties are ruined. disabled wurkirg people: aud to pr jvidf taxation the same as other prop! rty, during the strike and wanted to know I j conch d1plcQwdIh: the position =I'
i 1 v -nevesuch franchises add to thj 1 t: IVesitlnt RooM-velt has taken in regard ; J
I .'\:Snr"cl : New Craters Formed i a syst'-m of nations! Insurance!' } what their status would be before Ae
value of their! stocks !i 'sical to the removal of i I
? jr : I.r-! : for their asj'sia.we during enforced or > property committee Judgo Gray said tie promlaent white .
... i Two or three new craters have been These a entr.1ents. if adopted!, officials In the south on account o! 1 .
: I. ::1' :;; :1: IIIIl.'ness.Tha.t committee could not give; a decision
formed j on the sides of the volcano would have the effectas their in
practically same activity keeping the 1
i' di the American Federation ofLabor consideredthe
'I : : until after !It had carefully .
... There were no eruptions from the the passage: of a tranrhise tax bill. the background.; They maintain '
: ;..IU I' :.. !.anus apical to congress to submit to matter and promised some sort
.. Eummit Such a bill i is now pending before the that under the able leadership of Senator i '
.. I
.. the
;aft .t a of legislatures of the several statesa of an answer today. This morningthe 'I
Pumice and ashe were carrier legislature. lYitrhard and Hon. Thomas Settle I
proposition! for an amendment to the chairman said !
chiefly in the southern and eastern Thel/ house passed by a vote of lug] that it Is only a matter of a very .
't .r. acv. federal fflnsititution which shall prohibit "The committee has considered the
directions. The sea has a coating ot to II tae bill by :Mr. Field, of Spalding, short time until North Carolina win: ,
: .1 I. the : money firrea in court and "put natter: of )our application and Has I'
volcanic material extending for many amm.l section 2145 of the code be solidly Republican i
to s.i and the
I: 'r.! I l,"ut. the administration; of jlli'tlto rich decided that it will ak you to submit j : l I I
mJI.-s. as to better fix the venue of suiu I IH managed and! e-omposed of '
1'i.l.OCaa I and\ poor oa the same footing." to them a statement, show in; \ I
The loss of the ('oIT.crop., whichIs against insurance conipacies. I white mn of the highest character
t I MUe-fSs That the time is ripe for a union of whom you represent, by whose author i a I
Guatemala's principal export, has A resolution b:' Mr. Kelly, of GIlL and stand1n I
!:, camp the school teachers in all sections cf ity. what point other: than those clnady 1- l
completely' demoralized: commerce, POI I hi. to make his Austialian ballot I :: I
the country. issue between the formal
and the government finances l.ll the at ,'
gener special order for next \Vtdn s.ay
,tlC Ctliefy That ll.i'itO be appropriate by the patties to this controversy you win, CONFEDERATE
I h! immediately after the reading of I'I i
.... Federation to further the :
.: legislative to inject into this hearing, and I
; ill.dice; Ru- National Currency Depreciates. I work for the Improvement of labor I tilt- journal, was referred to the com concise statement of what you claim
t! I'e i-.tended 11 n.iue on nilee.Aiter .
The rational! paper <'urrrn<>'. which conditions in North Carolina South or what your position is in regard DAUGHTERS ; I i
:. and .,d he bcM; 1 I some routine business the j I.S I.
is the only circulating! medium ha3 Carolina. Georgia, Horiila and Missis- to the general propositions ln>twejn
I hiu'sr spent the greater part of thegay '
! flHel,0: 7 cents ,;oM for one paper Sipj-i.; the formal and logical parties to till S I IJ\ l'
\<'WM! r. He was; yesterday! In wiangling over prop
dollar.! I That the Federation aid as much as commission, amp also state that you Special to The Daily News:
..1 Naples in 1S5U; : ,, p IKvd changes in the rules a feature >
. Prices for all necessities have risento possible the passage of the bill Introduced guarantee submission to the award of '
m Brussels..a.on wh.t! : has already consumtd consider. New Oricaiia Ncv 15.: Otting to I J.
a prohibitive! price for many per- into the United; States senate this! commission.Mr. .
I '. showed the 1 I ash: : tiue this hession. the prolonged dUsussions that have I i
I Fens. The authorities! are trying to by Senator MrComas. to secure the I/enahan ask: I.
ally!I fired a ball In the Senate. taken "place an extra session of thus +
j force dealers to sell goods at tiro usual payment for overtime of laborers on "nooon must this be done
nt which smanh1 Pa unanimous vote: the senate Daughters of the Confederacy tonight
prices, but the condition of ar- the government work. "As soon as you can," replied! Judge t II
the Conuo d' Eoa!- y ',''H'.tmorning: passed the house has been made necessary. At I
fairs !is such that business: I is entirely That the Fvderation condemn thrl"'E'nt Gray t
and grazed thus pnralvzedViol.Ity )I utterances of President Eliot ii 11 l II\, Messrs. Slaton. Houston an I --r that session einufrs for the year wilt ; J I'

; e. B.1."nrn.! : of Fulton which provides i be elected and the place of next meeting I
v.onjo! ] hand-bills and lof Harvard in hifh be characterized l
: :;int! Mnciinu-a or aldermen In cities STABBED will lie selected. At the oompla- ; I 1
\s Robino's Cab poi trrs anIn, jug emulated. "scab" workers as heroes. {
That with a ,insulation of more than SM.CHMI MANTO tion of the morning session the ladies! ;\ I''
no recognition bs extended
: ">::11 the mob! Hubi I for visit! 1
: inhabitants shall be eligible: for the pi> adjourned a to Chalmotta, ) '
a tab and infuriated hy the organization to any laboring DEATH the of 'battle I / J
WEEKLY BANK tIn ot mayor or other municipal office scene the of New Orleans
man holding a political office. '
> y sunounJed it by first resigning their prefect where they will be served with 1 : l la.

,. hlcle with knivesIohce That congress be asked to appropriate OIiCIJ.; -- luncheon as guests of the Daughters; (( \ I Iof
.. STATEMENT money for the purchase of the
had difa
great !I mining) !lands in the" Choctaw nation. The senate also passed the bill by Special to The Daily News: 177C-1812. It I' i
.: way to: the police: I Senator Jordan, of the twentyeighthdistrict They will return by boat tonight ti i j
I Knoxville! Nov. r t
the Max )Morris of Denver, chairman! of 15.-A special from
crowd which which attend the final session. Tomorrow 6 ,
provides for the
,'. i the committee on central bodies, read crea- Athens, Tcnn., says two employes of .i +
) Kill him and ton! nt'a the convention will close J. :
Special to The Dally News. I commission: to investigatethe the Star and Crescent formally .
the of that
;IV.'X. report body which con. Midway company I
feasibility: of locating with a solemn military! mass at the
an agricultural
.. liadly! hacked witht New York Xo1;; --ThE' weekly I tamed tIlt following! recommendations showing there this week, b"- ,
] and industrial school in each St Louis cathedral. I
statement of the averages of the associated II j : That the present system of representation came engaged In a difficulty this .
congressional distiict of tho state. ,
'gip prisoner banks showsI: .( ans. $& \.-- b/\ one vote for each 100 morning and one, an 18-year-old boy,

eartridges.retealei'I 4S7.2M.!I decrease $..t51i.400.,; Deposits members: that where local unionsare According to the measure the commission stabbed J. C. Scnatterly to death. MYSTERYSURROUNDS 1
is to be of twelve
'. :: at Rubino had been JS7S.219.400.! ( ( increase $..6t 2.S00; Circulation widely separated they club together composed The boy refuses to give his name,

anarchistic! opinions S41.GiM5.100. increase $C04.40fl; for the purpose of sending delegates ). members-the governor to be chairman but says his home Is in Savannah,

Legal tenders $06.852.009.: decrease to the conventions of the Federation of the board. He u authorized GIL He claims self defense. Semi AFFAIR ,1.\.
d that he
t came :<) to appoint the remaining eleven ,,1.i \
!ndon expressly to i $.:;;5.'.OO: Specie $"cre J : that a per capita tax of :5 members terly's home was in Geneva Pa.. The '
one the
'. '., and went to tha $1.174.100' ; Reserve $:37.SS3,200) ; decrease cents per month be assessed upon al! terms of tha bill the commlsedonera By boy is in jail at Athens. i I

: $1,439,700; Reserve fund $213- members for defense fund. J i
\ a! >r this" but a Special to The Daily News:
r. 554.S50: ; decrease $1.913.7o( T; Surplus The, are empowered to receive proposal Violent Attack of Croup Cureel. .I'
; report was referred and adjournment
=-!: ><>ung' at the king from the various districts for donations :\ York. Nov ID':;:-.Mystery; sti'lershrniids I Ipw

n;{ soldiers who stool US,3"_l .3IiO. increase $475.000; Ex-U. taken until 2 o'clock. of land and buildings for these; "Last winter an infant child of the stabbing of three per'snrs .

i-.i: hi!i majesty S. deposits $25.427,250, Increase 319. "Ten schools! which after establishment mine had croup in a violent form," at the Gardiner house In Batlr t i

90Q. Jumped on a i'enny Nail. says Elder John W. Rogers, Christ Beach on Thursday night
t Was Premeditated -- will be maintained at ajj annual expense by an unknown !

-" PILES. The little daughter of Mr. J. N. of t3ino, this money to be secured ian Evangelist, cf Filley, Mo. "I man who rushed through the ..

i reported In the Italian to! have secret said Constipation I ia mostly! responsiblefor Powell jumped on an inverted rake from the fees derived from tho gave her a few doses of Chamber- ho.11"- from the rear and attacked the : I

>". and that he came piles. Masses of hard, dry faeces made of ten penny nails, and thrustone inspection of fertilizers. Iain's Congo Remedy and in a short Gardiner family who were sitting on r 1
nail entirely her foot The-e was another important the veranda. John Mahoney, who Is #
,1 "r.l-ht; : bowels the through general time all danger was past and the .
with in the ,
ago the on
preys I
and a second one half way throu h.Chamberlain's bill adopted by the sesat This' child recovered.'' This remedy not thought to be fatally wounded Is still I .
t--inatn! !; King Leitrase veins to such an extent, that the alive. '
Pain Balm: was was by Sweater Snead, of the twenty- !I only cures croup, but when given i l. y

circulation of the blood is interferedwith promptly applied and five minutes ninth. which permit farmers through. as soon as the first symptoms appear, The man who did the stabbing escaped y I -

..: spread -an the veins in the rectum become later the pain had disappeared and out the state to purchase In bulk tha will prevent the attack. It containsno on various street cars to Brooklyn i
1' lily, and no more suffering was experienced. other harmful substanceand
< then opium or
expanded and piles is the re various materials to be where all trace of him was lost. "
used in the .
pre\"aiJ..1.! The I suIt. In three days the child was wearing II may be given as confidently to J .
'ae: streets: her shoe as! usual and with Absolutely -I manufacture of fertilizers. a baby as to an adult :For sale by '
eaery! Cure the constipation by usin ''
", ? no discomfort. Mr. Powell is all druggists and medicine dealers. Look Out for Fever .
1 I
mpt on the the will
life of HEPATICURAand piles ,
: a well l known merchant of Forkland, Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived' Biliousness and liver disorders :
.1"'-' crowds gathered heal themselves! if not too far ad. at 1
Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and Hot Chocolate with I
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1'- His bulletin boards. vanced. As HEPATICURA is en- heals such injuries without.matura I criticism. It la the finest and purest this season may be prevented by

e issued frequent: ediro tirely free from irritating effects, it tion and in one-third the time required vanilla extract that can be bought. Whipped Cream, at Solo cleansing the system with DeWitt'sLittle .1t 1. 3 i

,. ,. ,\ eagerly bought. is well to take it in advanced cases::; by the usual treatment. For Once tried, always used. mon's. Early Risers. These famous t) :
to keep the faeces soft. Sold by all
"' "i .> was expressed bye druggists.Do by all. druggists and medicine MEAT & MALT has a marvelous little pills do not gripe. They move fi '

apparently d librr'.lssinate The finest line of sterling silver dietetic value. While refreshing and the bowels gently but copiously, and :
t '- the soverloc for little you want a magnificent? 'if call watch)! Try Force at Solomon"s.ltudgin goods and silver novelties is to be pleasant to take, it helps assimilation by reason of the tonic properties,
money so, on
give tone and strength to the 1''
the found at J. I. Prices to of food. Sold glands.
Stephens?, jeweler. He will accommodate Stephens' byDANNHEISSEB
Hargis' Pharmacy John
5, the 2 est ftr oc. Sheppard, 1
E10e: per week. you. i please all. BROS. Sidney Kahn. V .
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WASHINGTON LETTERSpecial I Nasal > ?jy? Curse J. N. Patterson;:; night policeman: : I --- _

of of Nashua: la., write! : "List winter I "Let the GOLD DrST hID'
Several Are Wounded In Battle d'
[ Correspondence.] I CATARRH a f"qr a, faro I had a bad cold on my lungs and rntrUl ,
,. Whites and Blacks.
tried at least half dozen advertised;
The movement which! was start ] ;
la aU Its rises there/ rrJ n M Tifton Ga., Nov. 15.-At Kingwood OF cough medicines and had treatment
ml.mlJo'rs of the citizens'! I
by the : executive mould! te cleuiuaess.! yr'i wf )j ?
Thursday morning J, 1.., Youngblood.! from two nnysicians without Rettin?

committee of the Grand Army i Elj's Cream Balm J .* white, and Charlie Henderson a negro any benefit. A friend recommended I 'I

encampment to mark the historic! rc.n: quarreled, negro
points of Washiucton with plaearlspermaientty *ue deederurae.: rf 5H .* << DRINKCU thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider
Scumrata.-rhsaid'lee' Youngblood three times, in the face .
JV JSCream 1a it tbe greatest couh and lang
!Las U-en revived by the ; >'oIri7 i
ro.1.u u* j-iU // V. back and under the heart Both were medicine in the world." W. A.I,
PusneMerf.s! as-ociatioa; lutk: y. i employes of the Union Lumber com D'Alemberte 121 :;. Palafox St. 1
Two hiunlnil of the>e sites! were I Balm placet! !Into the nost rUs, spreads BY

over tie membrane and :s atKorbcd. Ee'.sef: immediate pany.
narke.1 for the iK-iieilt: of tV- enramp- Henderson fled to a nearby negro res.tauratt REMEDY. ( 'fps
i i aad a curefollows. It 19 not 4ry.ns--dw I WHITE RIBBON 5ENEUAL }'ltEl Cn SCHEDULE "f.,

mentisitors, <-ach! marker baring; a cot prudace ieeg. Large S.ze, 50 cents at Druz- followed! by several white citizens .
I }.'o tate. Xo odor Can be girtn in glas brief history of the location or build- p t or t y mail; Tr;al See,10 cents by ma;.. who sought to arrest him. Before Following i* the schedule of the

fciR. A small pamphlet was Issue+l, i ELY I5KOTUEKS. Warren Suett.Xew Tort they entered the restaurant they ruler,ha, or coffee tnltumt jwlicxt't iaovledyt.White government steamer General French ID
Ribbon Hemedy will cursor destroy which TUE NEWS 1 SI
for the
and each article had a number which were fired! upon from within by tie the dispa+ea appetite far alcoholic ftirauiHiits. prints
senefit of the merchants: who
corre Ilonded with a figure on the various 1 discover f Jtm :t t iiisr so skillfully are negroes, resulting in J.V.. Smith whether the patient is a confirmedInebriate ship
a "tippler social drinker or .heir goods: to the various army Ass cleaner soap doesn'r te
signs These I..Jkl..ts't're distributed they hidden when seen they loom up white being shot in the debt band drunkard. ImpoMble (anyone to have an posts : ; .

Hiiuinf: the visitors free of lifelike In size and can be observed and W. W. Dorminy through the back. uppettte bite Ribbon(or alcoholic Remedy.liuI.irHft .liquors after usingV Leaves Pensacola ........__ .... 7:00a.m.: GOLDGOLD DUST

from every portion of the old hall of Both men were painfully hurt though Members of "'. C. T. L' Leaves Harrancat....., ... ....... ..... 7.Si a, m.
j charge and were the means of thousands marble by Leaven Pickens ...... ..-..... ... .....- Siiu a. m. I
of Ui' more fa- iciiru&entativfs now adorned by not necessarily fatally!: Mrs. M'orenresssuperintendentof Ventura WomanesChrisUaaTemperance Leaves liarranca._.._ .. ....__ ":111 a.. m, DUST toes more troy'r., '.

inT.-tiu.'S mouucMMits of the nation's great men. The white: men returned the flr,, California writes: "I Union have tested Leaves Fensacola ..._...., _...... .. ...!":15a. m. it cheaper. It saves backs v> '.vArrives
icJiar with places made historic by the I Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and thenmakes
The New Lent; nrld e. and Dorminy shot the negro who shot White Ribbon Kemedy on very obstinate : Made only ty: THE FA'= : .
Fort 1lcRee
events of the civil war. drunkard-, and the cures have been many.In a trip to and then richce asew Yerk PKakers :
r: Stone for the new Long bridge; Is him. but he has not been found.A :orns to I'.arranca OV"Lent"
Secretary BulUey of the citizens' executive many cafes the Kemvdy recommend was given and Indorse se- Karrancab ..... .. ... ... ..... 1:15: p. m. ol : FA: : .- .
and the work the cretly. 1 cheerfully -
noarr'iJg.! on negro woman is to blame: for tin Leaves Fickeus ... liiS p. m. "-

_- ; coiauaitte', who bolls the same massive piers is twin; pushed, a large shooting! she urging;: the n Kro nv-n our Union White are Ribbon delighted find Members an economical of Leaves feonacola'. ::.: _.- ::: 4:3: op.: m.:

position wit the BusLas.| Men's as->- force of men bring emplojed on them to kill the white men while they hal work.treatment" to aid us In our tempH.ancl' Leaves Arrives fickens.barrancas. .. .5.n::". p.n..n m. and 6:15 makes p. in. LODGE no.I-H--ECT I tIll\f;

n p elation is iu favor of ititionini congress Four piers In the rher. the central pier the chance Eight negro mn andone :rip to McK e and return. 1
mall. II. Trial package
Druggists by
." for the draw and the abutment pier on On Wednesdays and Saturdays the _
of .
to make un appropriation ? > woman were arrested bj
n t negro tree by writing Mrs. A. M.Townsend (!for
r of tlifMS of the! Potomac park side of the river areeomp4'tedl boat wi-1 leave via Pickjus KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASIxidjje
; 000 for the ruarkins prints and another the Sheriff! :Murphy and landed in Col- years secretary of a Woman's Christ for Pen.accla: at 6:30 p. m. _

intent; permanently. It is Mr. Hulk- pier, on quitt: county jail. Other trouble is I I ian Temperance Union, 2(8( TremontSt. The General French is fur army I Pf'nloo&cnl& :N-. -i h .
ley's idea to have placed at each (t Washington; side of the draw, is above I I feared though the town has been quiet ., Boston, Mass. )told In Pensacola by anrposes only and any outsider;: must '' .
surface of the water and will be ,. .
the !
Hannah tiros.1: I'Alatox: M. "
these _'fjtJ sites bronze tablets Ix-aring today. Lave a pas from the quartermaster I megetat; :
p rompk-tctl ii a few dtThe: cofferdams '
Inscriptions: n latino to the history of I : In which tho remaining piers: ) takepaSSaR'eOlbt'r. / 10 Hn1.: ;1.. t, ,

11" 4 KILLING AT GREENVILLE S. C. I ___ __ un' l-v'! :
,, each respetthe; point i will Im constructed are all in ostion, .

1 t T hee'" hhtrlrt Itciililin;;. ready for the btoneiua-ons to be:;in i iI By Special !HeQlle t tOR. r ,JY :icon.

l It Will be at lea.-t three year before work. It U etted; that within a I Conductor Stevens, cf the Southern I }Nf k ) n I i Hi '. ,

; the new' I "trn-t bu-ldln: ? Is ready fur mouth the building; of the steel structure Road Slain by B. F. Rush.Greenville I i '' '
; 111""ti:1y't.pu ea j '; -- '-
l1t"-"I' -
S. C., Nov la,"""" John
an'Upane}, aid it is tike}' that it Will of tSK- tri';:;:,- will be t"'gum)1u1
lUlsora f i iI
I to > 'I-UIl3.,
fl. Le nean four year.Such is the ..ttreadunYndaI Rnei.timan.Owb Stevens conductor on a SouthernItrain. I II
t { :' tof '1J Ln"j I'l\. !: The Beer
!t. i.titiiiiftt Hiaile! by Sap'rtis1.L'! ArcLIt ; to the many iraprovemoats I running between Greenville :;. .' G. GOLDSTEINTHE I r I', 't 'urf.tI48 ht"InU,.. !

; eta '<'t .laiin-s Kiiox Taj lor <>f the trrus- still to be made in the White House it C. and Spencer N. C.. was shot an-i ., .
.i' tl'11 tt.- .
r.rj I t'llolrtlu.'ut resunlnu; the mi- I I.* possible! the uliifial n-eejitions nay killed this morning about 9: 30 by 11F. I I I !: .. usi n If' ar' "q' iGI1I: That Mad? j

PJH'I11I'it: in which the people nf the t>e for the S :l-on. A schedule Rush. a former groctryman of thi-

1z l' A lMnct "i I'oiiimbia! ore much, Inter- for the four evening levers and city.Three EMINENT : \ \ fi # cf. "a

.1'V'r. : e.U.d. Tin plans for the .-tructur<-, on three state dinners will lie made out months ago flush disooverp I 1Stevtns 1 I A\\SH'1'' I \. ICkICHESTER'S J

# } f whii It twits :(ui'hiteet' are working! as usual. in Xo\either, but the delays: in a compromising pu-it;.m 1 I av l"i n 2 '; 3'Y ENC.ISi4 s d; t rr

i Fy in coftipi-t.tioii.: are to ",. sulitnittfd! by already encounter. make it provable with! his witv. Rush left the, city. H-' I" iS: J i ntJ v AL FiLLSJJyVTV <
1 ( EJIC.SPECIALIST"REMAIIIOT I ".. """ a*"* ""'* ..< ."l- .
:w ', l "ec. r. The derision of the JudS that the cast room an-J the adjoining returned a fow w*cts ago and meet I ... : l .- ..;. It .
: .IIiNi.Llr
11f'i .
Per" ,; s t&t < hl's'n to 'l'i-ilou will Itl'111.1le parlors xvlll bo still uuSiiN-aed in midwinter lug Stevens; at the Southern d-p'! I ..\- -:- I.I(1I1I111.o'rn l> !. >. .':.j ... .--I!I !- .

.1 "J rh Imllll'l.1iatl'ly aft ?
I ...
4 s be dtrl;::ih. Following the a
; slli-cet-sful .Teh.tlvt' SCIIOF1KLT ft. > ".:,,II,r' .l'. .7--J.r'.1i'!! "I A'1"'. .
W the > plau- tlr <
pointing a pi.-tol :at him. Rush drew ....... l ...... '..,.' I. "'11 ., "r
Y 'inter IIi the! i-<'lIIp.ttjltlJ! will tae l up i CHICAGOANS EMRCUTC HO?,1E. a pistol ar
# the work of prfp-iriu: the lira wl:1..---. I taking .'1'.. "t. Both 1 parties are ,.!! IS+ut.ata aa..r."aY.<..-'.- -- U I IN U I.h"
-- --
t I plans :ld. !liar; ihi-ution.s Thi t.i'-k. it known Hush, ; surrendered to ,rchkf >..
On Last Southern Tour HEISSEK EO'-;
& tini.ited Sir. Like': Stave of They
1" Ity Tajlowill '
y J of police shortly after the s'w CURE YCU SELF t
frniii eight; t'> ten moiitlis. This! d one. : Visit Memphis. ing. r crEE9 1'wltiztifnrunnatura AUEXTS JnK HI I L ,

:1D the work be gl\en to the Memphis. Tt-nn.. Xov 15.--Tlw Chi 'v ll..Sen.. dI--5arrr ,mnamn.xtuca
can over coniKn'or.s -
I W -
t4'1 ; (c+naael irtjt.tunr ti fittu-oi i! E.p; rI 1" ,I
:} t I : nlmut a year front: i cage tusiaesa nen on the last stage; Dot tivuje. tl mucuui nwur,,,'r. ii i.i uuly.t e.. '
Great General Honored. I PITT,- I*'". tsciuii. Pji.nlep8, and nut dstriu* 'I '
V' t now.The. of their southern tour arme.l here today 1HEI/AstiHrp'Rfa. 6'r i.t of rouuouiM. i Main } oue ,

r rr cre'tio!. of the building; will require. 1: with unabated inwrefct in fuv Savannah Ga.. Nov; 13.-\Vith r ': 1 ,ilatiaianO.2 51 So1'1 by DrnjreMi, .i R. R. Exchaiirt- i- ; ,,

l Mr. fnnii ; tary and d\:c hono.s the rt'D1dlll" u' 0.aa. 11 fr'">t in p lass wrirPT. p. 0. BOX l'! '
4 r Taylor siy.i, i tau to general industries of the city. They } by ezrree', i>nri<1. fur .
General Nathaniel Greene were r. 1.1 1 (l>, 3 uottlru Ph '.
d .3 tlltt"'t'Irri from the time the contractors fl or 1nP= : .r
arrival cmlmttteeConsisting : rr111u5
; were met; upon by a 3 v *<.itCLUr luLt ou L
dirt II terred yesterday afternoon at the ba.-, ;
1 start nn the work fuiiseiiuei.t- ; of one citizen to every

i Iy the ('uII ot 1'JijTi is about the time Inemtw.r of the party. Carriages were of the monument erected to his mc-.n

F t thatYtsli! ;:touiatis can expert to : ImI11H, ie.tE'I'ynt 1'\\1 and'the visitors ory in Johnson square. At the same

s transact UUMIM-SS with thi'ir kx-jil >roverninent time and in the same vault were l.u.1 i I I MICKESCO.
driven to the large cotton compnjssesanJ
t In the new structure de\otiil warehouses where the process oJ away the bony of George Washington: : Dr. U. Uold-l..jn the well known :

to its purjioses. The limit of cost set : t;'c -ni. the son ol the distinguishedeviutiinrj Oj'tic; bp cialirt, will r-ui uU I'en- :

,L. tiy 'l.nn'ss; for the t.iuidin: U ?::JOtt oust rated HlII..I.E"c'l111bi:1. am fitter r
), ,;; mural dwonition; and I !in the Savannah river several years 'toppulgat; I
driven th' ,
From there th.'ypr. to
he ii.vitesall-.irili, to gia-
;; es1
{, painting.lolvliir; atti r tluo.-lusion! of the !IT1'atar
yy cotton and aiwhaats'exchang-', aelu'ted to their eye" to call upon '
j 3 I )'" rntttille IVrrot. with En.lauTt.t'! eenisnol: iheilax No. & Scnth Palafos Street
At the latter place John W. Raili y. hii,. The Doctor ask: -t u ('artfulpforu1 ,
k( ?ls* After un alt>eittv of aboutx!: tiionth I were unl l,T the auspices of the A* i iI of the! t I.II"'A'III :
t if p-fsidpit of thretention (rummm '.'. ;;': Ail Kind ,
c. t 01 Plainbm-jf and Gas Fittings Matcriils: : K'lp 'ii : ,
'tr f Loretta, the tiiuuu.< talking parrot to i : I six ialillD of Hati'c Societies: ot -3.1. I Ili-iii !lad many "ear"Xl'fn- I :
r mttodticed President Alexander Aliisod. I I
Vii; Which the late President McKinleytook \annah. and were participated in by: i ence with a large practice, I :am t'll'abled S'F.L'E"tlfNF2E'1S '. VFlhP4COtul' t. '

x / i' such a f.incy and liking, has returned of the Merchants' Exchange: whijraw the Daughters of the American revolution I to relieve those perom hiving I .

1; E"Ito i to \Vasliiirton and H her old the Chteagoans a umlial welcome who al'lin annual session her0, !! any ailment of the eye> can-in, pain I

in bind f to the city in the name of the and imperfect ?i! home Twelfth
a store on streetLorctta
and all the other state and 'O 'al '
1 rcent.He and uxlustrtal enterprises < o : ,utir-factiry: examiaatiott and fit :i \
$ 5 \\ithowt doubt the must! ari d-I's. ROYAL DAHUrHfSht\\
David R. Fvrpan and William S the eye= with suitable gta=se?.
t (I/IIIblH'l talker in the city and! one '
1 1s
{ lu the rapid pro<.:reof
k; v\ 'ralif the Ut talking drib: Chalmers! expressed the appreciationof ,.

'It q k1 **'! among in America.' !Sl o i.. a :M,'xian parrot i I 1 1I committw's wwrtesi Carriagps Boy Crushed ta Pulp.Charlotte and ten cipntitio or fifteen invention years tnucli for!ti ii'! been pn-t: 8 Years Ci! in Gases cf 4 Full Cuarls at! G3.29 per cr. I IT

N. C.. Nov 15.-The :a :
I of tLc coimnon, jelluw Leade l, green : were then ntwwl. and the party :'done to discover the real c.:\ u>e oflo t;

14 1' g (with a paK-h of red running alon. the ': was driven about the (city after eai-old son of Dr. Pool I. one of the -* of \1 ual power III both } "uir'I >} i.-. WHJSKKVi-: ttiii' "
; larder <.f each vin) variety found which, the r.'m:1Ind..r: of the Jay want > 1t.000tIrominl'nt; citUea.of Jtt>v ,jn and old and much fiat fen l.-{ 'Irt!' ,( .. LJItiH.111.11: I ,- fully I itr'fnI I in( wi "

wiintx. met with a horrible .i-ath :u and! tu 'ati* di-covered! tll rem' ,j';
4+1f 1l : thruwnt: tiieacoiKt l-lt/ of uur sl"l in v]=;'rn? various industri ; ; b .: t 'l>"tthu it 1-Ib-'iliitely till. Iwl b't 'A
I IIIf'l a cotton Kin. The little f'lIoOA'Va, loll :, the defect: ol the eye by thu-" "iIase ..
sister repuUic. Fur Mimethiug in the in and! about the city The part w.l! ; "fc. i d i'i quality by any \Vhik'i! -ut: >

& i lIll(1rl.l )d of. sU months I.iretta I leave: for home at 1\ o'clock alor. near the gin and approach.-1 ? *. I ii m.itiei where/ 'proiliiced.' Tli" 1.y.tI-t: t' -
u-fd wI
tt: was lt the White House" where she too < the machinery. his clotlu twrt > :, Spectacles should be !If "-lever \ :I' ,./'lt yearold when bnttled. and i-mi-i i I
theiion becomes tin i-i
ND caught in the pulley! !wit and the in ; \ It. cxi-filHit qn.duy, i i-t the chi-ai-f-t! wi, i ihi
liijprotcd hi-r lj>'.;lis|.. doul/tk by lis-iL S.I C BY CLEF STEW Impairtd. either by day or mjrlu
V : ni.iiki-t! at that price. Auti<'v' ru&tt >
; '_ ti-niisi to tlioMwho c-ilue and went tiny fcnn was whirled around the i Common spectacles should !not bf .
.al' .llfCI.1! r {'lire cnuuant, there tu :
-( I :i4 from tinf'.i' iiuistsiou.JxircUa Woman Victim of Queer Acc dfit. shafting at th raze ol a fciinrtr revolutions 'u.t>\\lhltH any c'lrcntirtasn'a-, a- r'til\.d\ in eu-e- coiuaiumj; no tu.irkindir.ttf ; w .,

Stew I a minute. When r I'J..I'I; the light H unevenly refracted, aud .
? twit
t ;( hut --idus dlfii-retit "' 'np is welt Va.. Xov 15.-Mrs. B njamin the body wasrushed, to a pulp. lIch cau-p thb eye to talltV' : tin win-key, H not satisfied wit II.! ",

( k und can iv; cur a little when Layman. of Hot Spnuss. \11. rapidly, whtrea:, if HRAXIL1XNPKKBI.KS .il can !",.turll' the saute at our exp i.-- i :

cli'iiianlsVhde at the White house ; will fje blind the 1'1it of her Ifft: as a Negro: Murderer Will Hang. : : or the FINEST TUYS- ., will refunded..
TAL LKNtfES: are properly atl'u' + I II e
z' she Hied to iii-: ; the picsidelit li.\ i result of Ga Xov: All -iidiTstiould: be accnm.II.1. ri :
h the explosion of a ef Sow Augusta 13.--Tom Hardy.lUn I I I pd, the eyn will nit -eta perfect as ticur 1tARS 01.0 currcia-v l'nt.UItII"IIt'Y "rd'r. 1 bet !L '

$ 1 fill-ins ".\" r".Mne' IAnk Alike to Me"whriievtT :! which she was preparing: for dinner! t hardy and Nathua athalliE'.:. : in youth: but strengthened; 'd and 7t< ?'z a pre-' nii'ii ')' ordt-r. \\'*' refer to hir-, '

a cnliiptl I pi-r
m< V 1't: dUIllI'SII', ) apiws-nil: about IHT ca).:e.tir..tlli"n'r. I several. hour and had: ('onk .l almost I lid GriBin and sold his: load of ('('tr"llI In all cases;: "t imperfect vi-ioti AL TADA

,, l'nrtrats: of Presidi nt Itonscvcltind cerm-ntf*! to it. \\"hlle l :Mrs Layman the superior court Tom Hardy wl! feet spectacle will give reln-f! 'l'1I'ttye. S. A. FRIEDMAN ,
weak Gtunwdblurrtd
vatuful, '>\
ti -
e swy'l ez 'rt"hi"J.I 'JlIJ"f !hate I"r n
t 4>Ea. t ''orererl 1 in tinii'iit.itioti ni.trtik' walls an explosion and aIm
{sf- i. k 3 Ilf Ntattary; hail! in the e ip' ol. They contents of the \f'Sf..1 was emptied i! sentenced to life imprisonment I word., remove the cause of the difficulty -

t wore ii"t imlmil lij I'ntle. Sam, and I' <, BOX 41H. 11'I.t'I'II' '.I.IJnIw
,, i ii into h"-r face with great fr>rc.. scalding at d the eye will !have 1. !

?; they will! not. he pad; tor. They were 1 I It her PO badly as to render her unconscious I Steamer Reported Aground orijtin-il bri'" and / IaISKY'4

:i painted into the walls by :Mr. .\11.11, I health. U require vriltymjiiuI'uid.uicp. : ''
New York Xov IS.-The Qinari j A.A I RtfptArl
the artist! \\1'41>' ,puftetl thl l hi" [,ijJu's! On- of hr was burned entirely : even when thf bit artirl < d I handleevery: clajf Liij
eyes i urine steamer l.uor.ia. from Liverpool i is' tiered, a-, the eyes arc fi- tjuentivdiimilar .
and walls\ id imitation of marble. b111! < r huttl"wh lfe-al or retail: r
.. out and her other so badly Injured I stopped while oirainp! : up G''ln''yI : ; and they rtqtnii e 'itn
TIltt11 pktur. of. the pres-tnt esecuttve f ,11' w ty do..n.AGENT .
D that she will n-owr see ajc tn. Her I channel! tj u'.ay and the marine obPTttT poui.d lenes.' t '
l4y 4' and! !l1. prevUs-essur similar '"
{ l + arc : Eftf-
1 fare is burned almost N'yond recognition -| at Sandy Hook rej"irt. that! Many person u=e X'1""f; t"1 FOR THE rAMOUS PABST
flu fcliaiMw ilr.M\ii'!::". IVith p-jrtraits are
and she !is dis3jim- for life. I! she K agroun.J. great refractive power, or to.> -trlIi \\) ;
; :fw excellent.i: !ut> '_J ;\ide it is ilijJicult!i! to -- \ magnifying power, #nppo-jujy: thu
... -t better or economize, that tiiy
Eyes Trouble Jr. HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. '
may not hold the type ;;o far awaj: ;

I i'E N>w York Nov 15.-TheodoreRorfc P. H. DulTy of \ohh'yl11 write! : from them ill *sluirt! a time'I hl- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

K NERVESAre =e\..:t. Jr. l*>ft here last night in j >4ThH i= to certify that I have taken is entirely a mi-take a* this' causes;:; IN KfrfOT HFl: f. \111';<< I. !I'-III

charge of thr v> physicians enrouteto I two bottle-of Foley's Kidney: Cure the cilary muscles to relax. causes a

e- Are generally 1'lU-I..1 by the blood Washington. says a World diapatrh I and it has helped me more than hardening; i-f the Cry -t.111Ill" hens. Now Orleans and Mobile
becoming impure, thereby/ uVpiivin any anJ you have to for -nil
from Cruton Mas. He aid to b''
is : .
i them of the propertreiut.'ieuin" I Other medicine. I tried many advertised .truntrrlea-e: *, in rapid -ucces=ion, So.I, :-0... 0.2. I Nn. ". >: .

t : nouriliiuent. TiCU' weak nervest MiffiTin flora some trouble with Hi3e reinedie*, but nine of them and lo-e the power of accommodation I 1'II" nl m'; 11:00: p ieave. Peneaoia ._ \rrlvlIl i 5 In II tB : .
r : 3:7:: 1n a L. av.i_ Jo iematoo Leave :: t' a
which made it desirable that I : Ar ft p ;
j you mu-t, tht-refure, first I'nrifyand >es. 11' gave me any ithff. .My drugjt-t I or Ji"p The power In niiju-i your I UQIj a 1-i\ t.fiit rave. hl ti ilrnrtPana_ Li'ala i TOn'i j ji i.. S

t t rlftJH** the! hJ
tI I tettl'r'- ;':IImacll Hitters. It will : here. I ( ut ly you w ill hive to wear :glasses i i North.

; t;' 1 perfect the! 111 ;.-*! "u. make an I and it has cured me. Hforecotnjinencin from near and distant Ti-lon." This i I -

abundance 1'1 t h...ilthy blood. ? 1tu=e I was: in Bach a can be avoided by u-ilq "pectacle..i"f '.
\\IIIinw Gift the Poor.
I So. !. So. t So. 1
I .
tli* ii'rvpand shape; : that I could hardly .ret I .
HtrenijtliPti cure Towitt --r.rais s .rus tu I loe a chari'ablo up proper focal power.If I llflii 1In 1:1-\\ p m !,rave P..n'la Arrive C:'" II m
z= R. J>ASI'Er-IA. 'O.N-TII'ITDX.' I;IL I when once down. W. A. D'Alem- defective eyear: *.> allowed! f> e15am ;'ip e t Jt>rsnss'H: LtIRI.'l'R\' IT f 'll ,
that a [xcir nonan: btoprktl him outhe ( 7qv II m :1:111 a m Arrive.a.hvil" .
AND HE I'IIS'ISI'F.II.HOSTETTER'S: lead: to some organic: trouble which .. LaveJ5! e "
tI I i 3:0 J a m '4:13 I a m \rrlv. Lou..VJlJp pm' .
i'.t y -tordi.and: : ti.ld him tear- : I Leave 1\ '., '
.. will noceitatfc a more or le-h lengthy! t:'. a m II\II II mHI"" 'tncmnatl : p m I..

# fun)' that L('r children were almostlieri I Sears 1 ":j YJ Has f\\H &r,' treatment by a skilled occuli-t, and I --Ta-' '-'RI- 1v,lpm- A rrve- Ct. f.nul..I..v., ._ "

.4 i tgrat :cL L.L.Y/l may require an operation to be performed PENSACOLA AND

t4> make .1 tare: with. lie says he on the eye. All thee un- .
-f not ihown Sf' i-ta.'y. No i '
where thin !
No Nostop .
-c' attend'rl to her wants plea*ant re-ult* can be avoided to a Zl-Ually g-Uaily t, i-----
L: .. --l't'!'. I saw that act of lindne ,ulJwn'l.a<< greatextecit, and the sufferer be relieved -ii-56----: 7:110 a m 'Leave.--PrasaCOla.-Arrive.. IO.V! II,.m ', }, t s
of .. .... .. /ob..nlJa._. .. .. 11.J:1
the fitted 12:15 7VI"
$ ..s. lie ;pave her a mat<' .-1'hila- The undersigned takes; this;:; methodof by ue properly I:!::'O"nlgbt 7'1" ... .. Ynl".tra. ..._. II 10116" .
ilelohia I'jes: fferinif: her services as a spectacle; 1:1:1:1": 1:1+ M ___..I"\'amblll, 111.11'4", 7
I inPenacoIaat the Hotel ._.. ._ e.
'! am now : Ii-M5: 1:21"! .. ,? .MQUt loM"
CHOICESTOF first-cliss licensed midwife, haw E-cambu where I will remain a 119": 7.W .. .. ... ..... Harp ..... .._ 1021' f ,
.. I inhad;; 35 years;: experienceCan U.Q" 7:11I": .. ......... .ittity.._._ 10.lii.S5 .
...rry'P4.. Torture (give best of references;:; from : few day: prepared to fit perfectlyand 1tf.I4" I-Jt ....... .. JiiC.on \11:10 "

; To be relieved from torturin?: di;;- leading physicians;:; of this;: city. sati-facU\iily the rive! = of anyone I I'JB2.'si: O a m n., .... ...-. Good Holt Range... ". ,'n t 4 .
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i f. f FRUITS 1ND OONFE IW 0 f fAT ease after forty years' torture might !! JItt] 114 MRS.:South; M.DeVilliers GlDDEXa;:; :tit, My office hour are from lo o'clocka 2U:!: "It !-:3i"IIO" M' ..-_-*rr-stvtew..wt:1Hgan .._.__ '"' 8A 1111 "" 4 t j...
to 3 r.
t e well cause the gratitude of any r>n.*>. I -------- --'- m. p. in.PBOIISSIOSAL 8 t\a;\;!' M" 1111).M"" ......_.....DestLaod.NohFy Head __..._.. K.W;M M .

; That: i is whit DeWitfs Witch Hazel I! have been autnonz..d to take I 4 4W:.1)9"" 1Ia.ItU II II "M _lJIIJfnnl"Hprll(1.......... Argyle/ .(.._ 7 1I1:*' 'J I.
:salve did for C. Hin< "y. Ocnovi. O. for Wei. : CASD3. CtfJ': 1I. 1' or.. ..l'onc dOl Leon.._ Tale : ,
0. APOSTLE'S subscriptions Jennings .. 5:00" 1010' f .. .. WIJ\! III" ._._ 1:17" j
He ,say : "DeNYitf Witch Hllz..l I Bryan's paper. "The Commoner. ---- ----- II 1)11 M 10:15' .. .. ..._ {t'aryville...._ M 7:1: } : to

rt, r U East GovernmEnt St. :salve; cured m- of piUiftpr I ha i I The price Those is;:; : |i.oo per year in ad. W. C. ROWE, 1D.. 8 e:t H fI"" lo 107":m ".. _-._... tblpler Iloniftty__....._._ u M 1)16"&:37" 1 I .of "... _

*; nflrr6l forty y"' r'=.' Cure* cut:. vance. ;; deiriu< the paper :&I" 1111'7" _....,.Co too AI'_._ II 'In": !. )0 -'
2 Cordova Restaurant I can have it sent to them: by ;secdm:; Oftte: 17.1* S. Palafui.Honrstrom5to11i9a.m.and 7:110" Ilia ,.._._Sarlanna-------- 11(11" II 1.r; .! ..
s Formerly StantfOne ,
,; 4e ( L1 ,, burns, wr and=. skis di=es=f-=. B- H.OOto the undersigned.;:; 1 to 3 n. 7...3 11": .. .....__. Cyprei4.._.._ 5-' ?. 1 : -
car-load of Pineapples at 1! i.Tl[ p. It 1151 .. iraad IJI r i.
I 7:40 ( Rldg@
n ware of counterfeits.; Hareis' Pharmacy H. M. ROCHE stockt
I and alter 7 o' ,. ... ..._ :11" !
a to '2.1pH dozen. I i.l! Itl"l noon -. ... Hnud ..
: JDhaShe;: -ard. Sidney Kahn. Care Daily Sew; I PhOu.o OG. I f J.19 1:1:1": Arrrve.ElverttincttonLFIVC, 5:1

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DO >es-Five pounds for a bonnet! '

WITH A LAME BACK ? I Gloomy, Leaden Skies Overspread Madam. it ISl crime! MRS. rl !
[Original ] Mississippi Swamps: > S.-V.'ill. the crime will IIotJ Society't : I;
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Smedf-f. Is! :;.. Nov. 15.; Although! my own head. Glasgow, Evening Young Milwaukee I'
fri '"'I. Makes: You Miserable. List nlu'ht ionsthe end of the hfnre ; Times. 'c
!f-;. I no: iJintt n.( So.4( n crs had arrived from ,i r i'
There .
jii:ty. \vna dznrtan. tliaiii- -- "
why reads the I' the <-:'.mp on! the LittUSunfloAtr ati4 : tbcuard cured The who has snf- 11:
news- woman
iy ;"!'''''' iio\\.l! like: v.ijti-r I TI.antic of Clarity.I :
kn _w of the wonderful f o'clock this morning. word drimdhack LT.rx jl : .. hoot'. writtenVmeof erect from female weakness i
ain't cri cisln" the feller: t I I
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\A I..U did! l ]
ne after
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: :r:3 made ty Dr MijipiT i. ihir.Time! ri i d.t in the quick but I A lttlt'.Ia: tiiore than Ida s..ur i : r 1- : tell 1 LVi', \ should do anything within ; i 1'Cardin
} ,< K::mer's S\"arp-Rot, lau% a! n lut'iiiliraiMt* of fontthins -- |, n y,teri >;ii.fajhlm I"'<'ullar to tf.e ta!;. ... }", stows the reason to secure: health. 'I I It
," .* liver I Your Mgia when look .. I II blessing of health on L Wine of Cardui is the medi-
.. ,. : !e great kidney, : point ou in tlto! I.acllf'o.r guar tr-.msmiun! ; of information thruugiinegro you ut y.r every
.f | and bladder: remedy. I' I may b\ dim woman who takes! it, rich cine that appeals to r&kwna- :I i fi
ters. Was it
-,, It 13 the creat med-! lioxirs or ft'wins; ? 'I channels in the so-uti that the IAn' how' kin I be downright sur. I .in't | and poor alike. Mrs. lie women-women who ''
N ; cal triumph cf We: mne- Where i.rl: )' har.ilkiTrl.lrf" ? I rttn-h prcW: .-nt !'et'hfcamp shortly after hlmIfe's ? Helena Clan No. 123: : Seventh hold operations! and cutting "
J '"i tenth century.: ds- for tag dinner j u-tot on a chair IM<\> lark lat night. but with it comes na rest.a long way from doin' as well!! a
covered af'er years of my licil ninl t.iW lay hanU'r1"lIt-! word of the result of the chase after Cut let's give tim credit for doin' his \Vis., is one of the young that Nature is the best phy- ,
"'' scientific research I Lest. women whom Wine of Car- sician. Wine of Cardui '
t, I : trr fruii! the! I"wl-f>t.iU! it comes a slip! the s =iT>nil IK ar.
j dui rescued from life .
i kas
Dr. Kilmer! the erra- I a ? IllIn-l smn. women back their
._ -- rem kidney and bladder j af II':!I"'r. On it is a hasty urawl In Rain drizzled at intervals during ti i \Vh -n a feller goes wrong, as some good of suffering. She writes: health by giving Nature a'Wine

.._ specialist! and is 1 Jienril in a tcinininc hunt: 1 night, and this evening curtains of ,j 1 fellers do of Cardul b certainly chance to build up the wasted and diseased -
There ain't no occasion fur me or fur worn I
gray mist descvntied from a low. tissue. Wine of Cardui
-icfai! in promptly regulates I
curing COlI.r) emlcd. :M.: .'
our acquaintance r
I you out' women's best friend and I I }
l.-at.h'n l sky. S1 des'as dismal am pleased the menstrual flow and Nature when
: b adder, uric trouD.3ei3e 'I beyond To ,
jump in a-fcfpin'! to stir the J
UojM'ns: I have disgraced\ ujyst-lf! up ; to with It. A few relieved of the drains of 1'
which give experience the poisons
;: is the worst'r les-crtitloa. It was simply a I I He'll got punished, all right, without no my or
1 ..C. ) end Mollie: has ilisranlnl! In.'. How, cotton nVld! covered and shut in by help from us. months ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system, makes the functional .,

Swamp-Root is not recm.agLutifyouhavekid- I whet}, 1KI It haMwii? After !'IIIIIH'r. the watts of circus tent of mist'ti It's hard luck Ma morals warn't proof been out in inclement weather,which organs strong and healthy again. :
'palnst the teat,
Any woman who is silently sufferinguntold
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:-r T t .b'eit will!! be found wl.cne vrere nuiipin:: in the drawing by a railroad track. The But Ifl's give Lia credit fur Join'kst. b2a settled all over me, particularly In the pains because she i is too sensitive J ; _

'r "c. I' has teen tested I I n.,m? I
;'::11 work: in private I I mast ct 1:11t ";\I'!, pi to graph office on the siding the plantation I consulted a physician: tad took his and treatment can find no excuse for i

j p e.stcopocr:; to pr:1" ', her lend lies for h"'I1''s.1.t'rl' I is mywHtrh store and a single! whitewashedcegro How's riiin: medicine for a month and without any not securing relief when Wine of Car I 1 '

;: "...d so successful in : ? Only G oYJtuk) Nt.t a IN rMw cabin in the center of the: n\- :. We offer One Hundred Dollar- relief. I then! decided I would try your dui is offered to her. There is Wine I I I' I
her. She
_lal has deity to can take I
in; readers of this! paper will I* d.nvn bore i). Mwuniliile I I-ns of cotton comprised a. completeinvtntr ;, ward for any case of Catarrh that medicine and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home, I

./ ir'-d: it, may have a float toss a!.mt in l-eiL! lunging tt; ? ry of the vw! from the sign I cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh I when I did so. I noticed a change In a uith &!3 much assurance of a final cure ; t

.. ::y man!, a'so a book : pillow with! ruy head} which aches more liianl !lalwlfd "SIDt"llu." 1 Cure. few days ;and felt encouraged: to continue as though a dozen! doctors recommended < I 1,
A downpour F. J. CHENEY fe Co. Toledo. 0. it. do recommend '
iT.p-Roct and how toy tLat I was expected: at any I Many physicians
.:\- or bladder! troubh. i. :iwinoro every miwite. Oh minute. Notwithstanding the threatening j \Ve, the undersigned, have known'F. taking Vine of CarJui, and my patience Wine of Cardui to their patients. \I' i this generous I man shmiM: put 1111 .'n"I1iutu. his weather It was assumed here ) J. Cheney, for the last 15 yearI I! wasrewari4fatintwoweeks my pairs; Why not pet a 1.00 bottle o! Wine : H +
J'''''' tiioinh to) Meal away In;, lira in*! I that the pn-siih ntial! off at and Lc here him perfectly honorable had left me and: I fdtliike a new woman." of Cardui from your druggist today? I i !

J .". ,..!,,_ ....... I have not tasted alcoholic drink for six I daybreak party was iu all lw-ine. trutt-ucti and J i r ..... i Ia

:, .. I;" I months liefonla,-t luuht!: and 1 suliiiiuJy I II Enancially'tble! to carry cut any oil : A million suffering womtnhave ; '
.. hitlot.lade th ir flrtu1'Esl&Tltl
by Wire E of CARDUI ,
: nom,'of R'p-Root.; I I' nMihinever to taste it a::aln.1uit I II PRISONERS OF INDIANS i: I'x, Wine found of Cardui.relief In I' I +

..' good: druggists. j \\ iiinld I Leave; aid or done to Wholesale nru;!,:i.t".T.iXiii: 0. : I ,
WALDIMI: KIXXA.N: k ;MAKVI.N. -,-- ---- ---- .- --- !
?iCi-i-il her? iHmlitless: talked illicit Savage Trite Hold Seven Whit Men = ,
ini-fike, but re- and showed ii: other wi\s that I bad On Tibiiron Island. I IIMS I! Wholesale) : !':'i-ts, T..b! .do. O. t tI
: JJoot.ii I: Hall's Catarrah Cure taken ,
:Swamp I! brit!! ilriuKin! ,.. No wonder she wrote Anpek ('A\.. Nov. IS.-Janit-s ;! is niternally : !
Hoot and the the!, NSACOL.A t
acting directly
:: upmi;
; :-11.ill all !her to i I:
'Itn\ Y., on tl>;itlip. purity JkCuvn, of !Ilormoslllo.! Mexico who [: blood and tnttcnuurfnc.- of tl"! I
j mate with oat' wlo couM M> forjreti is t r.v visiting friends in Los Angela, i 1 I system. Price Toe.; per bottle. hold" I

i I himself': tat when: did, I receive it? says that nt-ently a Sei i Indian one of i i I by all*. 'IV-tnnonial-. 'I l !
\Vl.o lirouxLt it to me1' l ew run I the mainland tribe, who Hall'Family Pills! are the be-t. : f
Coke Ovens. was employed I
r or
I e\J"e< t to reiwmta'r that intro I "-1111I his cattle II I
ranch told him that i
'ti. O15.Q.. t'n o .a. s T o ii x .A. .
? It N allover rA l
other FESINAL !
I nut remeinlwr matters .
\ '" contractors, ctif between us. M .lie! will nrrcrov1'rls.k there: were & -\ l"n \\hiunifn hId as Beers the its a Aa1s JogiII>f : l .1 I II
: In-en awarded! prisoners! nn Tibnron IslaixL! : : r 1 :
I I,1' 1 :inn coke ovens turned! my conduct.buried l I'm ruiii face<-d.I under. It is I belic-vttl by thhe who heard ; a! -# ; ,
I : .!! the UilcMhes and prosit'eil.; I I
cst $1 20.ono. The : thtm are Lieutenant A. K. L, Robinson I 1I
I looked at wati-h ten min Medical Attention.i i
my exery Society
within six and his partner, iir. Logan, of
.pififd: :
utes. The Intervals seemed half an Cleveland, who went to the island ten I i There will be a regular meeting of ONE WEEK COMMENCING JIOIL 17th !
hour. When it was :.H o'clock. I got up.dresed years ago and never returned am she Pensacola: Medical Hocietv at 1 i t i,
: and went downstairs. The i 1 she Board of Health: off.ce "at fiI
: al: Engagement I I house was as still as death. ,\tt Captain Purtpr. of San, anotherof i I 'clock p.m. Tuesday Nor II 1 and 2.). I .
.. l". -The Cvenin: o'clock I heard a servant In the dining the several persons who were :e- : Visiting physicians are cordially i .

that! the crown '|; rimin, and, piins in there I asked for porth massacred and eaten by the 1, tuvited: to attend.

n, .a'tua Vajiravudh !''a cup of ('on 1'1'. ThS: made) we M'l! Indians. DR.W. C. DEW-KERV, I \ I

: the oldest daujh-: i i somewhat more comfoitable. llcturn- President ,, ,! I I,
Campaign Against Tuberculosis. ')R. L. DtM. ULOCKEK. I : '
-IT nf Japan. The I I I lug to uiy room. I lay down and do/ml l
<,t .'*> .I ;ill 10 oVWk, theti went do\\tistaiM! New York Nov. 13.: -A camniign ;, 'n25ttf - Soauarj i, i. I

.1! I..r lln-ilc.. ': 'issiin. Most of the >:11I.tWI'\! at against tuNTculwsis: will he iuausu- j, I I, I
: rat il in this city by the Charity Organization I If you want a good Bedstead I I
I -< !la a i hr":1 kfast. I joined; them: drank aa- I
01'1"1\| 'ither cup: of <-ofiVe and swallowetl a xiety. I.turorsnt: or a nice Crib for the 'I I :'

..1,1 '.!It-'r flf toast with diilieuity.: Then I visit the crowded districts and address baby, go to Marston tS'Qfcina's. .
'' the Mollie( the tenem-nt dwellers in various lane I
t.i': went! into smoking r nnn. ; i
;'tad not vet coiue dorm, and I anted! giraees! in the h*'i>e of Inculcating Ideas II I
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: 1-: ,' 'o ;:..J out of the way. a\oidin a meetriir which will!! check the spread of the I : I '

with her in the presi-iu-e tt others.I dse! :!!'(>. 8-Pf'C'lal attention will be pall OPERA HOUSE :. I I II

!lighted cigar, but it tt'h'tllmtl. tend to negro suctions here the death rate 'j' I,

i ih.-ew it away. IJoli Anderso'i lame is bgheit.! i ..- .. --"..,.. -." _...-- .---- ... 1

,::.y. it and sr.t down opp situ me. Ho lit a I I "v.I i Saturday, Nov. 22. .I ..
,:;; mid sat snn.l itu ruefully. 1 saw I HI* "Humpo." I

''! ; suml'tlllu11,. on his mind. and "That man is a phrenologigt, I'at" Matinee at 2.45. s; I i .
I;ob is n coinmuni-iitlve fellow I ".\ whatV" nl-ked! Tat, puzzled.
would out. 1'rte eatly ".\ phrvnolodst." : :
:t sure it come I i f' :

l. :'Ltt. ..came and fat 1111\\11 l.y iw. "An' sure: what's that, sorr?" The Little Folks ( '
"I made an awful ass of myself last: "Why a man that can tell by,freling! I
,, '" night," he said. the bumps' ou jour Lead what- kind of- ( I -_. ',.< ; I

d!, .....1x1rt "Indeed you did" 1 replied.\ I re- I a man you al'I" i iT.umps .Minstrel Co. ',.. \ t ,' .
I| meutlirrGi! iiotlnna alotit him the night : on my head is it?" exclaimed I I 1 1t

n'" ,,' ., I U'fonbut It sootlusl\ me to think that 1'at "I'-egorra, then, I think j I 10-NTAK.s-lO A I 't I I i

,.: '!: the : he might! have disjjraci-d himself worse it would give him more of an idea I CHAS.. KIL.PATRICK; AND 1HKKE OTHERS l IN THEm; I I II
',d i ', gnisI than I lion done.j what kind of a woman my wife la!"- By inquest will Repeat their Recent I CYCLE DAZZLE ALT. ;! a

'' 1 I. -. :N j "That was an awful break I made at London Answers. Ii' Great Success. I
111.1) The Darin Ride DOTH FIL'U -f One Hundred
II i i iCrnH. a < Step on a Bicycle by t I
the table." 1i This will be their last
"I. \ \ 1'. supper I Appearance KILI'AIKICK : ; I' '
a r,; .".1!.1:1) of "\e$, it was" 1 replied. ]I 1 this Season. I

': i- ".1 1 ,-i\ this cuun- "The confounded bottle clipped out of "I am willing to I,>a\e my work to i;1 SLIDE FOR LIFE 1 ; Ii. '
i hand. Is there no to get a Doors at 2 O'clock.
my way said the ambitious author. : Open
posterity, MRS. =SPRAY'S Dive from Top of a I h'i' -f.tot Ladder into a Tub of Water. t 1
.'.t \\ h.i\c." he nil- wine Main out of silk : "W.Il" nnswered the cold t.luodl.11 :;pl .1' 'l\ : the top of \l\-i\ "Nun(. Hut you can buy a now: publisher "j ou are running! great risks.: ': Sale, of 'eathejrin: at Coe'a Friday, i I,

I"ng :. Ilul" 4y hut i iln-ss.' I I Posterity iMi't going to read any of tbe i: :\0, 12 o'clock. The Following arc the Names of the Different Shows Under ; '; ; :

',1\i i MI acts any iiiail " Marlin Hunt a new dress! | expensive and misleading eulogies tit : I'KlCKS-Hox] Spat and Two Rows ; l
That's: \\ hat made all the trouble. I Adult .<..< Separate Tents : ..*..<
t :'ri-ular Unit how to ; i your work that my advertising til'I'art.1 in Balcony uOc ; 2.c ; Chil- J i iI .

\1"' Ui'idor take things offered to do so, und she resented the ment is getting out."-WashiugtuyStur. drn under 11 ve.irloc.. I ,
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I'nlh..l States run { offer akin; it as an insult. Her fa- .

:-f:1! ; her li tier.-hate 1 titer is rich and she. has a tine income ; Under The Red Dome. I Hagenbeck's Trained Wild k \\,1 I !
lii her rh. Lt: Q' PARKER'S
j own ;: -n Irishman* \ iew."Are
i Y HAIR BALSAM i Statue to Life. Animal Show.HouseUpSideDown. II II,1 !
i "Well Hub, doa't worry. I'm in a you lu<)kill; for trouble?'' ir> CI.aa.r1. rod U*.' '.ri t-f Iti r. Turning I : ,
I': 'rf I Jt .r. t ffrjwth."
:rd fencroMily. worse fix than } UIL 1 offended my mauded the amrry man. Mr, :'vcr Fuse; to restore Oray I Backman Glass Blowers. I f !
.r hate you heard frantic, and it is all! over lietwtvn us." "\.,." replied the Irishman "UIl!)' for Tl p 2' cur UlOr. ' rte.j ...Vouthfu..., a.oa tL-IDg.Color.: f
: :I our generous towusilofiuyiUK "How did you do that You certainly pleasure! : -' '}! S. ...If'.81 lOTt. ':'" : Johnstown Flood. Wild Rose.Streets I ;

!Is the rust: i were net> boozy. You drank I "lou si-em to want a 1i;.:bti" : German Village. of India. I
ad nil ttmntl the i nothing! but a few glasses of chaui1 "That's wl-at I said," returned the '.ti> =GOLA=GJ j I

'. ,a Wttiltliy 11111liht' pajtue. I Irishman t.1h'a.o: 1'ubt i Electric Theatre. I Stadium. f !

\No Uo Miiufthmg fur !i 1 him"Don't the slip.know what I (did. I handed C.\SCEH (Motu HY rtuou llIMAll Grist and Corn (leal Hills I Dog and Pony Show. i The Maze. t ,

I II:. what do you Sty to j I "Ilow" the deuce! did you get bold! of -kin and IU.XM Pi-oasos Cured.Mr f ft. F. GORZRLEZ 4 CO., Prop s, Bird and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. i I
i..irk of oak tre '!-? i that:
;.'i < h. you noble heart- I "Fonrd this morning in the pocketi.f I ?. M. L. Adams, Fredonia. Ala., Manutactcrerb Dancing Girls. J Venetian Gondola. I : : !
took Botanic Blood Balm, which ef- ,
!' > : Why, do you really my dinner Jacket" i
i, "Why. it's the identical paper Marion eeftu.illy cured an e.itin cancer flf'' FEKD.fatroclxe : I I I Ij

v lets; I'll make the Hunt bent uie." the noe"atid face. The #ores healed rcsboa Home you nLoold Industry bay your for Meal tbere add IITf'ry j: One-Half Fare on All Railroads 11''I
"!.1'all oak forest. You j "\VhatMien:" up perfectly. Many doctor had tock feed from the Home Msaataotorer ,
given her case a* hopeless, hundreds for by so doing you encoaraze borne Indai-
: : .I! tluland, and I will 'I "\ I covered her dress with a up of ca-es of cancer, eating try. Yoormoney Ulettln the community : DURING CARNIVAL WEEK. 4 ;
whole l ttle! of foe she went upstairs: ted In tnrn are Indirectly benefited !
I 1'I t a acorns I II
ninny ns I I
;sores, juppf-rating swellings etc. In tottering the borne manufacturer yocaontributetotbecan.eof 7l'KSI\V AKTKIINOOX: : \'. IK. + I'I'I
.', for M'e.-Chronik: der very angry. I scribbled! a few words to I have been cared by Blood Balm. labor.'Otl ow I CHILDREN DAY I!
I I her gang I"'rmb'son; to present her 1 Among other, Mrs. B. :M. Gtierney, ;I It to community which yon live too I All Children will be Admitted Free. f II
with another dress. She tore o2 aiid : ritcb! oontrlbntes to your topport.
; apiece Warrior Stand, AU.: Her uoc i t
I of my note and wrote that on it l| lip were raw as beef, with ollensive -- ,- -- ---- =-=- ":
"1O*t auxiou- hours of : Hut. really huw did you get it?" discharge from the eating ore. t

.. ,fare household tho-e when hive the the I I were It j-it-med taken! oil as my If shoulders a thousand pounds failed.Doctors Blood advised Balm cutting healed, but the'it''' SPECIAL SALE FOR 7 DAYS AT f ll I -

1- no other medicineins i and Mrs. is 1
sore, Guerney a
I "What did; after ?"' I #
: terrible malady w010 supper well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm 1 !
: i .,' i asked.! Ii F. E. BRAWNER'S ; I
; and l Tar. It i= a also cures eczema, itching humors, : ;
> : ,- for throat and "Why, you and I I'ayelth: : the I scabs and scales: bone pain, ulcer, i 1
it a- it contain 110 foiK." I offensive pimples, blood l'fli..on. earl t
{'''KOIH, it can be ".\11.1 took off! our coats?' I buncles, !'rroful.1. riing" and bump THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. : I, I.

\\' A. D'Alerabtrte. .Veitainlx., .. on the skin and all blood troubles. 'I ..

\ :-" ".\t.1 hun,: them np?" Druggirts: 11 per large) bottle. j jhample i I, I
":\0; threw them on chairs! ." of Botanic Blood Balm free'I 47 Ladies Ready-to-Wear Rainyi' Boy Douhl-Breasted 2.pilcl: l'$) doz Men's All Wool Camel'sDay ,
"\r'r,> abut of a size." and prepaid by writing Blood Balm' Skirts, worth ?I.5u, special sale suite, all wool, worth $3, special sale ; Hair luderahirts, worth fl.W.1 spec'I" t
/ Co., Atlanta: Ga. Describe trouble !9c each. J1.9S suit. i ial! I ; drawers to match, in White, i.
CONSTIPATION I I "!'n'. cloe ind.rl'.titer and special medical advice sent in 2& Ladies': Ready-to Wear RainyRemember we carry a full line of I Red and Fawn colors.
". our tussle I must hlI'tlt: on sealed letter. It is certainly worth Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Boy?' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at j I We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk: I
your coat.:" I I while investigation; such a remark- worth |4, special sale 52.4s: each. prices to suit everybody. [ Shirt and Drawers, worth $3= ; epec- '
a, .. .' It dars al a time without 1a' / "::;; ) that's the explanation. I able remedy as Blood Balm cure 60 Ladies' Black and Colored Look at our Htiow Wit.dow for I ial to close $1.20: each. ;
'.r."":'}i>2iii.ii o"'"u but. n water(>1IL"' ii.i-x-tlout able to Without a word I left the room and the mot awful worst and most Worked (Skirts; worth $1.50, special prices on Ladies' 1'nderwear. I 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed .

n tone 'cn rears iilaovu me In found Mollie: in the hall just going In to deep-seated blood diseases.CASTOR. sale 9c each. We carry a ?well line of Ladies' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts!
.durii.: that lime 1 did .\- breakfast' She held out her hand with 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig Flannel and Silk waists at prices so' 2-jc ; drawers to match. i I.
1ererfuuudaareirt.buehtjs1 ured Skirts, worth $2 GO to ?d, special everybody can wear one. :24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and ,
uslig fAM'AUETS I that smile of b'rs"hlt'h always breaksme
: tf'eI"..iiit>i i da> and If I I A ; sale |L95 toll.95 each. 70 doz ;Men's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at toe ; -
01'd IUV' CO for eacb moteiuvut; ItATvillL down. i Ready-to-Wear Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirt, special 2oc ; drawers to match. ; j-
;' naebe4Et.UnruhYtcb.: III! ST.I' Oh, Tom, what a pity we have to For Infants and Children. 11.43 to |S each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladiea', .1! ; < I
part this morning:" money by looking at ours before 60 doz Lined Undershirt Men'i and Boy's and Girls' Shoe if i

CANDY "Drl'll CATHARTIC unusual about me last night 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at $1.50 drawers to match. I Remember-We carry a full line r
4 "No. 1 went upstairs early with a I Burs tb'l // to ?5 ; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red 1 nder- of Men's Clothing Bougnt at hoc on .1 '
betJldJ'hy do you ask?" 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece shirts, worth U. special 75c ; drawers dollar. We will close them out at l 1

"Oh, nothing! I had a headache myself 8W'.turecf / suit, worth 81.50. special c suit to match. I I jut >2' price off other merchants. t vd

irsaor wan tneiarisaor this corning but it's all gone

r now." $ Quina have Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place, : '

")feet me in the library In half in some very nice Dressers and :

"P ae'trrlea' 1a1.'ab.e.: : \V. aien.cronpe.lucCONSTIPATION.Potent Tait Good., c.Std Do) hour."Sweetheart." I will." Wash Stands very cheap. ;: F. E. BRT : WNBR'S i

CURE FRANCIS GOULD_ MARKLEY. Just the thing to go with
y'"' 4 aae,,. CUtq.. a/si/,1.* 1"III Try the NEWS Want Column. Iron Beds. 1.o 105) SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. Ot y


c_ .. .r. . >.. ba.. .. ,.;




almost prohibitive cost of runningfor AX UNPARALLED
-p', A nomination in a primary. PERFORMED A n
Don't medicines. Get i
.. Both of the arguments submittedby try cheap cough -

::J the News are pertinent and
timely, but such arguments are the best pay the price. Ayer's Cherry
weak alongside the real danger DARING FEAT ,

'la.Catered: leoond-clasi at the Port matter.Office at Pensacola, threatening the democratic party by I I Pectoral. 60 of :

the substitution of the primary for I j I years cures.J.C.AjerCo, .. :1:1i 100 %
orriCJE! :-Wtf Building, JllJi. Boutn the general election. Here is where
talatosetreet, op-stairs. the real danger lies, and if it is per- j: -- --

sisted in there is danger to the continued AN OLD SHOWMAN AMAZED A I II .
eduit" )1..dl"lnf'

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. party in supremacy this section of of the the democratic union.-- |I GOOD CROWD YESTERDAY. REAL ESTATE ['p in a little I Vermont town they tell i

St. Augustine Record. a t>torjof an old uure. She was tne During August E\' Fin <1'\, :

Terms: Invariably in Advance. The point made by the Record kind of an old nurse to be found la the death claim* paid HI! i u' < ..

... .. ..... ........ small town, whir: ('oueaftl'r much '
On Year by Mall *5 ou strikes us as well taken. It is a wEll. 'i A big crowd of people were amazedat TRANSFERS States and Canada by t' i .

dirt Months ... ... . .... 2 W known fact that the republican conspirators urging; totend'1 a caw lull who has i ble Life Assurance
the Carnival show :o''j'
Out Weekby Carrier, Payable Monday 10drerti5i"g grounds yes- many nlrcy Camp pti'uliantira.MUs j ;.: w

in Washington will leave I terdav when R. J. Ransom: Houston -- dally, as she was ('tailed was paid within one day aft-r r, v

unturned no stone to reduce the con Iniluii" to come to the IIOUM of proof.
/ Rates furnished on Application Texas feat ; ,. ARIOUS transfers tIl"'l
performed a daring: i p o-:
gressional representation of the sick !;oiu2n aid[ take charzo.

South, and our people can hardly afford on the incline tower erected for the .It 7 *Y of Escambiacounty tiOHl in-cob pile! hatch of staivLod.ipiors. And during nouh'ttlt I h ,' ,

iH to play into the hands of these use of Kilpatrick, the one-legged;: i .,P" .- .. realty were recorded :! knitting and all. sear IIduUS lias','the, : perceulig; i i I., .

uNitN' _LABEL, astute and far-seeing politicians. bicyclist.The 1i f \ during the week After the :jroo-1; creature hall seen the ; ;

Aside from all this, it is obvious ... I :- \ endin5atnrd9Y: rase through; she said to the doctor I' This excels the .-;" t'". ': .
tower is about 100 feet "!> tin I take toll?"
_that if the primary be equivalent to high f: ..' ,,_:. Nov 15,1902, all of >c. my I! great record. It ha :I. \ :

election, it should at be and a flight of 103 steps leads off an --. which are reported "What's that Sally! ? asked the visit- been approached by al -
NOV an once surrounded ;; 0,(J : i !
PE3IBAOOLA: 17,1902 inc hjsic-5an who had come from thecapital I
by such safeguards as have incline of perhaps 60 degrees. Ransom ,, for THE NEWS by city and was atnuutl and a lit pany.

from time immemorial been thrown walked up these steps, and Thos. C. Watson &; Co., real estate tte'irniaU'd by the old woman's ways. ".strcm I'o1 in the \\ "rlil\

"HURRY, hurry, hurry!! about the ballot box. Even the most while agents: I "I mean tlw medicine," said the THE
everybody was watching him EQUITAr.LE LIFE' \:-.-
Festival! ardent admirer of the system must Sidney L. Davis to L. M. Davis- nurse Ct'L'11Iw.'utIJ. : .'
ALL aboard for the Fall I ANCE SOCIFTOK '
and what he
admit that the recent primary in wondering was aboutto West 100 feet of lot 255, Old City-$1. "1'he medicine!" exclaimed: the doc

KKUGEB'S book H "issued." lint! this state was in some respects do, he suddenly bent forward, Mark Wade and wife to Gus John tor. "What nn earth do you wantvitb THE :'r.NHH': I 1\ .

ii the old man still hang. on to his loosely conducted, and that if fraud raised himself! on his hands and began I I son-Lot 8 in block 138: East King tlw mwlw' -fx'!" rKNOWLES
:No fifth! wheel to a wagon was evermore
check book. was not in some instances commit to !slowly descend the dizzy I tract, west of railroad-$270. KHlciMlaiit than left over medicines. BKUS]

ted, it was not for want of oppor Walter Tate, Jr., to S.:: Mallory ?
LAKE county i is to have a hanging! flight of steps, walking all the time I .
tunity. I and E. C. 1\fax"oVE'Il-Lot 1 in block "1 pats it In me Juz," replied the old Generalji nrs3i .
first in its hi- It's never too his until
the tory -- on hands:: and not stopping
.i 61), New City-S"U. woman slowly "and then I gives it out 8. Palafox St.. !'K\-: <. I''
late to mend-e-pecially a rope. The H.tiKjiiet <>f De.itIi. he reached the ground. I Edner Minis! et al to Louia Adam< wtasiona'Jy: when there am't no doctor I lnigh.

,i -- i The following poem is from the Than:: he gave exhibitions of nevi -Lot IS, block, West Kinq; tract- ." !; --

THE sew 13-cent stamp is to bear pen of Harry Stillwell Edwards, the.i: I *1. The visiting physician roared witllIm.ter.
l eral other feats, commonly seen in- Carolina Portland
President Harrison's physiognomy. postmaster; at Macon, Oa., who Iris I j I Jame- C, Watson to Charley: and but solM-red iknvu when tl'e
I j side of a circus ring;, some of which of old Sally "jm:" nietlScine!
Ii We are not at all "stuck" on that the reputation of being one of the j I ][! Cora I"tawart-I.ut 3. block 19;{, New story

!best, lot only in the Soutti, but iu were very difllcult: and all of which i :: was explained t<> him.! That there were
stamp City-fBj.
mc_ _ __ I not more Tk-tim to her unique mt'th- Cement Co.
4 tne United: States. He is author also were truly amazicg. Mrs. C. B. Cmnise to Husk Lee-- )
New York of
THE mayor of San: Francisco ha I I I cure was a mystery.
of the prize mystery story that About 4 o'clock the diring! tower j Lots 14. 15 and 18 in block 292! New Herald. i
decided that poker i.* not a :gambling 1
took a <10,100 award: from the Chicago 1'U. :
j ame. No, it's a dead-surt cinch I I feat was again performed and was ALA
1,, tj 4I.i t :t Record some years:: ago. The I J. J. Hooton and wife to E. N. .hUf with some men.AN I seen by a late crowd. wonU limber lie the
A ) poem follows, wuicn also has a mys Lounberry-Lot lid, on west :side: of "Jyslwpsla no

I tery. lianaom is a old showman, having i tearing street, Old Ciry-J1.3JO: II IIi nnti.mal diM-.ise Anit-rica it the p -opk S.-ck-.f ill Hu" If" !t. v

exchange: "dilates and enu I of the country would adopt a plain can Portland C"-tin -ii[ t : < :. ,
traveled with some of the larger F. M. McMillan to McMillan! Mill .
(,r merates": on the best way "to preserve" All day tong we roulU,w.- roam, j..t riiur! tit that of Norway ii.-l irruian .ltlrli. ( > i I' !>
: My tlmJuv Hutt and I. aggregations; in this country. He is j I Co.- iec 2b, tp 4 n, r :U w-$1.j W.'tlt'll.f:Ul1t is unknown UlJlvllI .; lain ('eur'ot,1', j itr.' :.N \ : ,

} i' r a hu-baud. The plan usually !: One searches nil the toad and sea well in all j A. C. Kluunt, Jr., and wife to J. J. SwefU-s: Nnrnvgians.: and the m.chfel.s .-\ Pl'ter. H"udlll,. ('. :II,,' : ;, "
toi I
? him in not water. up things; pertaining Norfolk.
t adopted is to keep 1 l'ort ,
I| A nd one the trackless tky: ; Hooton-Lot Iii and eat 3S feet of acid cl.>ar cinupleMons of -motu I ; 'i -'
"hp's II j But w bra the tuiul of cUiUh HiCeuls show life and will probably sign Satalllal'Jack) -rLVti! I'| ', "
I i i west 7(5 feet less south GO feet of ar- pcoj' ti "t those countries are M"biliXt'W;! Oili.i't-. .
ARcllnlsHUPIn.L.lsl, says that I|, our airy liigiii to greet with the Gakill-Muady Co. j the r-suit (if the simple food the cnliln Ii" -:
; W
dote. ; An friend around tlie f..tlll beard, 1 (pent lut 47, Old City, and lot 17 andsouth :\-II! nmk* -.hi;>i.Mi:- .1.1.l i iMilU : '
e; I -- -- -- -------- rniteil .
the American il-g: will "ultimately n rat/ the States consul lit whTe\T w. .' .
\Ve turn w'' turn! we lueet'Ah 25* feet of lot Hi, block 6, Bilmi Lfr <
i .\..ll't'I'lIIill tl.inus. Hc/K'-n. :Siirivay. rolls and ..Ulit! rat- ii.'l" .. .
t Aa4 i tiy oVer Canada. Meanwhile, theprovinces nit tractauw.. b:IYS. 11c4 lln: '': .t. .. -
1 r calmly exclaiming: I none may read the signs: we rra 1, Breaking into a blazing home, white: hr<,:ul are rarely seen in Sweden. : "Alabama" anil ':>iiiit'ni: :, Ii i ii
i No rye may fattitnn the gui.... some firemen lately dragged the Ellen C. Aylward and hu-sbind to Knldhl":4t'! or hard bread is the i i fraud," Purtlanti CO'III': It. \'

d:4: "Hhoo rly. No tongue may whisper our stem deed, i trustees of will of Richard Kallord KtHixliirii urtu-ie of t'oml. It is m.idcof ilia Hydraulic Nitni.l l < '
t'or dead mm tell no tales. sleeping inmares. from death. Fan- \ "j made near Kirniiiu'1, !..1:11.
j and There is t'I"t
ground JIIIs no
The spot on the plain is imlt-s sway, cied security, and death near. It's at-pent ; rye.
' td r 1J l A OKOK'.IA paper scores some society But our IJroad :. in the bread, and it Is rolled into thin :
wings are find fleet, Correspondence Solicited
that when neglect!
way : you ; coughs
; fur saying that children ; Elderau Bell al -m Lakes and lams
womau The' tpeck in the rye of tlie day et ttl Norman : 11(1 1
and colJ" Don't do it. Dr. I --
lie out of fashion. Out of shoes IS far-but we meet, "I 1IIt1i! King'sNew : Baruhart: et al-1-0 of lot 1, sec 14, where thiwill. ki>ei' jierfectlj diy.Swedes .:

_i and out of elbows n the averagemother' llieoue of the battle ii 'hate! oh'! Discovery for Consumption tp :5, r 31 a and w-$b 12 nt this bread and Unn'v' milk i Siva Money ,' _
gives! perfect protection against all for two meals a ilfiy and have oiii riiiMl yt7/
hate! ,'iy D, W. McMillan to C. M. 1'ryor- ,, .
And down the win-1 I Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles fit which they cat meat arid potato i
we op..pd
Block 117 and lots Ii i to 18 i, block 115,
The 'Voice u: the wreck moans up from the Keep it near, and avoid tulTeriug, Sweet are alinnst unknown. Childrenare I lure at Marston 5' l( 'Iii 'I' ,
i i i TILE Atl inta Journal has a luminous I East King tl'art-i5.:
: deep i i allowed to cat candy only on state '
death, and doctor's bills. A teaspoonful Great Furniture E". 0rUtin.
. ; : editorial ou "what good roads And we search the rank seaweed. I Southern Mates Lumber Co. to J. ut'cuilll8."

; 7 1p will brtn{." Down this: way the The m odes wuits nil the livelong day {j I i Cut UMJ the stops most a late stubborn.cou! ?n, persM-Harmless I B. tt'ward-n: : '4 of te I 4 ot sec 17, .

gib dicussiuu crank r'or tll..ItOlllll1 oJ h.-r loer leet. and it' tp 4 n I, r 3w-$luu. i'rrlty; ItI Antliorltr.. :
mere brings: every | nice! tasting :! auarautted I -
t f'hc wonders to >ee us speeding by- 1 I _
(leneralYIilcM: Stott, tilt hero oft
tj 'I to satisfy by W. A. I.llcmberte,121
lu the elate to the !rout.PRlcECu1'll I ewoulddieit\ ,
t IS1"ir iesawusmeeLL'.nrot. !t! S. 1'alaiox street. Price W(: and fl. To the I'uMio. !:i' lt'xkwIr.. used a cretaiy for '1 STEAMER LINE SCHEDULL[ j

i iMweepiux 1 Trial buttlefret.. |1 ail hih! l'lU'rHmdellct, piivatc as wellas
> is the name of tne : IU circles shadow and I | Allow me to say! a few words in otHeiaL Once, in H1ahseu'e of his ;

tt t Hawaiian Congressman in the next Leaving no mark on land and sky- ISTATEiAW--- praise of Chamberlain's Cough Reined Feert't.-iiy. he undertook to write an order I 'terarwn IVnsai-oln nerd :Milt..nKuim ,

ti, t Hou-.e. Let u- hope that wt.enlJe I ll e double circles an ail complete ).. I had a very severe cough and f lOr'the transferring of sonic (pr'>- i Dully I-'\.'.'" siinilin
f I At tinUrd'iJe ul l>eatu "meet we meet'I : "
cola and feared I would viMoiis. aniljitlied ""
scrapes: acquaintance with the lobby | (11 I I1...., ;I get pneumonia 01:011.\\:1:011..1 .
I MJl.LUtM.KbU: .tl.lJ-. "CITY OF{
I but after taking the Later, the Mxretary in : TAMPA.
| sicond
x he will not lall \ictau to WILL BE TESTED ; i
clip"lIty.1 ; the! tu'!lun9 memoninda. etc., found ,
l ,
t, i dose of this medicine I felt better, I tV Milton r.: nin I\lHi-i" :H" :I',
ti I I Ithe order and detected the ,
trPrnarrola-.s M ,
MANY PEOPLE error. 1&1111 u
tit P i I --- j three bottles of it cured cold and
0 I THE "music cure" is:: being tried I!I i I my '-Ielitr-tI.; he asked aB.ibly. "l>> I| Iltrrar'rItuwdUrp, ,
> Mrs., W. A. Siudoif, & widow hv i thf pan! in m)' chest disappeared: what do --
ou uu insane patient in Tough If II authority you spell 'wagon' I II -

r ieepsie: N. Y. tend him south and f SAW! THE DOCKI in; at 21.1; South Alcaniz: =tiett: Sat- I:1 yourfur entirely. health.I am most rp-ppctfiilly I with a douhle( '; "?" I
i HAi.rirK.MEYERS.fil .
Scott turned hair lie
jtf mi a as replied JEWELER III HIS
?" try Ptusacola'd famous fUu horn -- I I urday evening! sued out an injunction. Thirty--t'v..utht.:" .,1t'heelt,11'. ( without a moment's sitition |
remedy, men is warranted to wake Va.: Fur alp by all dru<;jcits"and i .
which in effect, practically "IJy what authority B> the au
medicine .
Every train to till; yard : HEW
the dead. navy yesterday I I dealr.PERTINENT. the commandI I STAIJrI
t1orityof major general I
| makes a test of the state law -----
carried pr.'ple: very ai.xi.ijs.I iiiK the armies of die United States, I

f a rai MK. WAirEKso.N has already begun to see the big Havana dock :;section summary military courts. The': QUERY !.!irVhat! better authority do .
I have: mov d my j -w<-Iv! -'
writ was sued before Com- I I'
figuring; on Mr. (j'Tiaau'schances I which arrived a week ago. Without County 1 I'J! South Palafox: f'lni.t'jl.'

L for tilt presidential nomination I exception: all who saw it were misMoner I.ostoa and will be argued IS PROPOUNDED Luck In 'IlIirl(>t'II. pied by Bass & l u., :tmi: .1.' ,
'' t the democratic ticket in : I | better prepared than: \'.-r
Wednesday morning.; : By sending 13; midis \Vm. '
t't ; amazed: at its immensity. and several Hpirey. great bargains in diaiu'Mi I t-, w
1904.!) We venture to predict that it I of. Walton Furnace, Vt., got a box ofBacklpn's
< < I A decision on the matter i is of vast I jewelry, etc. Call and '
of "mIr had seen both structures Arnica :Salve, that wholly
will be another sad ca e -td | Tothe Members of thn "rraiulnCom i l let me inco vmi.
r interest, Dot only in local military j cured, a horrible hVver !sure on IJH 'i
? j 1 her." say it will readily compare in size to I inlltee.Gentltiiipn. J. I. Sl'KiMHFoiey's : !1' -
l"if. :;othint'I-fo could.
I circles; but over the entire state. I ; Po-itivcly
the new government dock at New : -WoulJ you plea=e let cures Bruiies; 1}\.Iona, Ulcers, Krii[>- ,
ti The writ follows the preferring of ; 11 i'ln". Moil, HuriH, C.iru and Pili-. '
ONE of the mo-t picturesque and Orleans. It was stated that the department the public know what action, you I Only 2oc. Guaranteed byV.. A. Kidney Curs

; e V f4 ? striking features: of Jacksonville's i* already planning for its charges agiin-t Orady Hindorf, the,I have taken in regard to allowingthe I D'Alemberte, druggist, 12l" b I'.Ala m3.tcs kidneys and 6t goer: f's.t

P z last Gala Week lady's adopted who to have f"x stre'-t.
: .4t:; was the famous! imuieJl u-e. sou was Electric Terminal Company: to

i ; j.t Country tore. .\ "imilar feature I been tried at a ses-iou. of the court I '
I electrify the dummy line. We think, EVERYBODY LOOKS
l !
has been added to our own Fall Fetival -.- A LIUKKAIj OKM-.K.: to be held tomorrow night fcindorf': 'II for the benefit the I NEW STORE 1 NEW GOODS .
and THK NEWS for I working people 1
The undersigned will free I FOR THE BESTHere
1 give is a number who .
among are memI
1f"4' the ladies whu have it iu charge I sample: of Chamberlain's, I'tollmchaud I| that it would be better to make NEW (DRUGS ,,

; their full share of patronage and en- Livr( Tablet* to allou'* wanting bfoCS of the Kscambia P.irles, and i who j i the company a present of the back j jI i --

I a reliable remedy for; disorders i I stand charged with otfenses against'the I i j -- i| it is.:: Call 'rid: -
:4t t couragemeut.s'iANi |Illf the stomach, bilioustie- or cou- ; i I taxes or allow them to "electrify," j 'Creary..
: They are d'-in t
I ;
stipaiiou.| Ihis i- a sew remedy military regulations. The trial !! !j
: and enter suit to collect back .
i and n good All taxes ;! work that can be turned 1 ,'.'
one. druggists
a +++t CIRlT t- alter cases, nut ; however, will be
postponed. !
: '
i medicine dealer afterwards. Pharmacy.lIE | prepared to do any km I '
- r tt the Tampa thugs and whitecappers -- I The :
j writ alleges that Private inj j I Two They put ou India rnl.b'

7, t4 : t 1 t:; ouce whose the famous admiration" t'r.ort.lti\m"of the town was i; WILD/ cow\/ MADE" !t I dorf has not yet reached the age niresponsibifity i -_ Drug )- ; in the I. nshaw best on the market
y'ffl I I ; and: n therefore not )Ii KNICHTS building, lOG South Palafox: street as they have a full lrI :."
1 ;, are now, ala to' b* di-5pned of according OF PYTHIAS. tires in Hock
|i to be held pou-ible for any con. I Ii I with a full line of Fresh Drug*, Ptr- I
t to law. Mayor Iili! nafl.'r A I Does your buggy IK-i' I II II
r and SENSATION i i tract he may: become a party to. I fume", Soaps and such other article I inn? They can make it ,:" Ii i
being kidnapped dogged <-r-
y i Other contentions are made. J't"lI lCf'h Lode No. :3. K. of P.. as are nsuillykept in an up-to-date i Their price, too, are r<. i-..

I wise maltreated: has returned to I, -- rF uhr mating Mmidiy I night, Nov. Drny;; Hu.;inpVe *. ,, they have ample c.ipitd .

!1 Wet Tampa, where mass: meetings A will RId frightened Ii i 1 17. at 7:30: n'clork. Initutions and a flrst-cljna carria,<" fl'.t. '
\ ,
cow on
I respectfully policit a sharp of '
in his honor are tie order of the l NOTICE. Minbets, 'I repairing buiiifcij[ .11 i iI ti \
East Chase: and North Alcaniz !I ; the public patronage promising to i call on them.
? day. The tnal-dty of the 1 1v is to be -- '
brethren are cordially invited to ht- give entire satisfaction I Scales repairedHIMIKK.
| streets created: a jrreat excitement We i 1 both ingoods
invoked, with tie Hon. Robert MeJJamee desire to notify the public: that tend. I !< : : &t'I.J
< of cerenmnie !j yesterday afternoon. The the Gulf City Transfer Co. n still inbumess H. A. Ln and prices.
a mater ; animal: C. C. i Ji; Ki-tUu I-
I- and as that vt-r=stile and accomplished I had found the and there is no truth whatever 1 H. HORnER, K. It. :r. i The Prescription Department i i-t in : Phone 57.I .
gate open and made a in the clrculatpd I
report by our
-- charge of
-- Mr.
I Walter
i ; our H. White
I ,
IP -' I I I -
MIJ politician ;aU to have I competitors that had
: we
rush for the strHt.en'al:! i ) Cut this out and take who
men enjdeavored it to will ln
try utmost
any to all I
I] please
i tmued. Mr. J. U. Yuietra has
) taken oil his overcoat, the wont is j been 1
I to again confine drugstore or medicine dealer and;:' who may favor him with thfir i FINE STATIONERY.
tt i to be apprehended by Tampa's dN- it, but: | employed a* uranaer: gad will hereafter : I I or

I' carded and discredited 'vigilance i this served to frighten the cow and I! personally superintend all I) get: a tree sample: of Chambprliin'a: ;[ derAs our i tuck i is nntirely new

si i business for tIlls firm All persons Stom'ich aud Liver Tabletthe bed and fresh, weelicit a tml order.
i r. committee.1 it plunged madly south on Alc:1nix'l having hauling shoulJ him V. .
,I see at phy=ie. They cl'-an-H and: i llvi"'lr- : C. Thompson, N -
--- ---- turning ea-t on Cha5P. A well I''once.I G. C. T. Co.. ate the 't niHch. rive tcp .- W. H.
imp lips.tite White & Co. Palafox street, ha-
I'm ami \ to 1 Phone I1: E.5.: CRAVENS.For and rpJ'nbtfo trP: bowel It-ti- ; i-t ,
i known lady developed sudden a'ii-! ----- ; new supply "f Lc \
; \ t 11 It
The Polk County News i i- of the I tar -IZP, 25c ;lor bi'x.r .

opinion that the primary is not to : ty, and when she saw the animaconning 1 Over smy Vtara.MRS. r 106 South: Palafox Street. Papers, white, blue t-:.'I .n .,' -

I I I \\ivsLoWs! :"OTHI (. HTKCP ha Envelopes to mate!:, o h"' ,t-:
remain WitUl/ toward her !
:: long-an opinion in } with head downward -
I beenosed for over sixty years by millions:: 01 al-o .
Foreign Mail I'tbl'tvelopi
.. 1- w
which, however few of itscont
mporanes she vaulted a friendly fence'with ,I mothers for their ch.ljren while teething .Swansdown Flour.
to match.! i'
ib this /:
: tate
asjree. The |' i with perfect success. It sootbr the chlMj .
views i-f the New are set forth in surprising quicknp-;. j I II softens the guulIiaUdYI; all pain,cares trine) Penholders, lilwkb'K: ; J

ws r colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea tc" always ou ha'iJ
the following
P paragraph, which HI," HAS NO EQUAL.
Cleaning ladies kiru and waists F', i! It will relieve the poor little suJerer im- TAKE NO OTHER.Fleishmann's Phone 211.:
followed by the editorial commentary j I
one of c-.r specialties star Latin mediately. Mold by Druggists to avers part
evoked from another couten dry. |i iAff5 of the world. Twmty-nve cents a bottle Yeast and Swansdown Flour will

porary : i i Be sore yon a.k tr")1 Wlurlow's Sootb- make the best bread that O .A. f.J '! O Xl X A .
si In an editorial of .--otr. length th- 'I n 1 I Ing Syrup, and tak. no oth-r kind. can be produced. the

Polk abaudrtumeu1 Cl'uutXf'of the'' +prioriry advocates: sj-stt the 111of d KIT feV5?**?*i'Q&& S *:;::2J&*) ; Hot Rolls-- at-- 5 i->.--m.- lOc. 3'' ARE AGENTS FOR OTli./ t;, d

,. a u- iiemiuatit.g caudidaieT;." a doz., at Solcmon's..1udgtn .
i is News tikes LIP ground tHat tue Or di comfort. .a im'stMn'! of :t.-, ,1tesU'ba ;- ---- -- -- --- OUR FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEEHAS -

;- primary has failed of ItS design; in healUiftU teas ., rvI'I.; U.jf'l.1 'N, iht( 3Vr 5f. '' All kinds chair /1
x taking; the naming of candidates! cleansing wtea: you late I jHood's i : NO EWAL. DO XT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. of

": cf the hands isf the voter and di legating rocking chairs at JlarfI.'Quina's. <

: the power to the sovereign Pills : Try Gnnthcr's Candles at JAS. McHUGH Prop., New Orleans Grocery. Prices ','erTHE

voter. It also calls: attention to the I I Sold by all druggists. 23 cents i Solomon's. $ are
8 and 10 W IntFndencla St. t low.





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Special street car schedules will be B. H. FAIRCHILD No. SOO3. .

SESHOWS maintained at night and transportation W. C. O., ; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; Y t .
T >UPEZOL&TE:: .E:R: 8. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. .
will be offered after each performance I


JRE HERE arcet Worn and Refinishing Furniture a \ : I


Designated Depository of the United States. I
ATTRACTIONS OREThe R. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22, l00') ; '

SPECIAL TRAINS LAST Matchmaker Manufacturing Jewelerand RESOURCES.: LIABILITIES. I: :

(I I Time Loans ... . .. ... . ... ... .. .. J346.3549S!! Capital Stock .... .. .. .. .... .. ...... .. .. $200.000.00 j
EVENING. steamship Heathfleld, Capt. Graduate Optician, 1 Demand Loans. ..... ..... ...... ..... .. .. 119.94U.74! Surplus Fund. .. ...... ... .. ...... .. .... 10000.00 .

Blacktnoor, arrived this morningwith IS I South PiUfoi St.. Pee+aeola,ria Overdrafts .... .. .. ...... ... .. .,... ... 538.74 Undivided Profits. .... .... .. .. .... .... 15.256.97 i -t
U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 214.29687! Rediscounts ... .. ... ... .. ... ...... .. 64,071.57 t. '
2917 tons of manganese ore Stocks' securites, etc.... ..... .. .... ..... 2,625.00Furniture Circulation. .... ...... .. ...... .... .... .. .. 125,000.00Deposits I P i I 1

:a d special: trains to from Bahia to the Gulf Transit Co. and FIxtures.... ..... .... .. ... 6.718.43 .. .... ...... .. .. .. ...... .. .... ...... 45O3,05;: '
: !I' -, :mr two I. R. Stamps! ... ..... .... .... .. ... .. ... 74.M i
Selma to Pensacola the The steamers Cairncrag with kai- Cash Exchange. .... ...... ... ... ...... 17SS05.9'i G

.: rtv ,.! the Oaskill-Mundy Car- nit, and'the Eriphera with pyrites, s OTES 1{ $869,364.59 $S69SG4.59 1 i: I'' t

these trains arriv- are now due and pilots are on the This bank for business October f 1
ti i wi; my. opened 231900.: We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will giveyour 1
.. i:101[ lookout for them.ASrartling. business prompt courteous and careful attention. .
.. ..,. .UiD\;' at 6:45 and
:ii ; Sarpri..e.Yery A. O. Field the popular minstrel ;

w ,' en Selma, after the cars few could believe In lookingat man has recovered sufficiently froma \ ,

'u/.::t. A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust recent injury to leave Mobile for THE!LARGEST, BUSIEST AND BEST r 13
blacksmith of Tilden, lud. that for his home in Ohio. I
';--I: truu was; made up of two I

.'- uid four day coaches ; from ten years Rheumatism he suffered as few such could tortures endure Children of the Palafox street --..--..---..................---, L I '

and live. But a wonderful Methodist church held a church
:T.UU hauled one coach change followed his taking Electric rally last evening, which was largely Department Store 'i'
w <:-.f freight cars. Asw Hitters. "Two bottle; wholly curedme liN li-
," he writes, "and; I have not felt I attended. An interesting program i
'I u'ht of the last train
------ I
a twinge in over ;i year. They was rendered. '1 .
: ,it t was: switched down regulate the Kidneys', purify the : I !
: blood and cure Rheumatism, Xeuralgia I 1 Many people from this city went -j
where I -: InVest Florida i
1 i i.-ma: street Nervousness, improve digestion ; up to Brents yesterday and attendedthe :
', i.u once commenced. and 1 give perfect health. Try i Sunday school rally which was
them. Only 50 cents at W. A. IF
"f Pen-'acola had D'Alemberte's drug store I 121 I S. Pal. held there. The Pensacola visitors '' :; hearty welcome tr etch find every visitor to the Fall: Festival, and invite you to make: this t-tor" i I' I

1 i-.ntruct to haul the af.>x street.REPAIRS. returned in the afternoon.The EXTEXD- :: =. Drap in when tired and worn out from viewing the sights. Contf"rtablechatrsawait: you ; I t ,
., I -- polite and attentive sale; i people: to administer to your wants-feel perfectly horn, we wii'l ak you to I f
: -how ground and mIl :;ement of the Carnival buy, but if you resist the tempting rcliandi"e offered ia our muny departments it'= more than thousand l I :

.. -, horses and ue- I ARE Association; wi-lies it thoroughly: understood that throne this store daily can do. They are good judges, shrewd buyers. It's tha bst tvidfuce why yol' !! '
that every school l child under should do likewise. A few prices will ?ullice.CLOTHIHC ; I
; .:t-J in the service. I ;.
BADLY NEEDED: sixteen' years of ae; will be admitted I

i lr J people met the free to the Gala :Shows Tues SHOES, HATS. DRESS GOODS AND KID GLOVES ;

i :n depot, but with- i i day. ; :
II I -

:- the streets were Considerable repairart- badly I! The L"ldies' Auxiliary cf the B. of Red Tag Sale C.----; 7 PipCfl" All-! Wool Etamiiiedl--ad-.g: : {
> 'iI'J of all classes, 1 L. K. will give an entertainment iu | st::id.'s. ,..e value, t I
needed to the fence *urrnudin St. ('oxnl'JMOTIIIH: : \\in-.K.: I Festival t Snpciiil: I"1 ;
-. r what: was going the C. K. of A. hall, Tuesday: night; I ( : '
: ;. Laud Garden Michael's: cemetery and an eiljrt to'..Nov. 2">. Tickets, 25:: cents. The I now Dii'I scnooii: M'l 1'...7.;;c msvroiIJOYS' !' Extraordinary Special II!I I11 PieceKa-! Buck lin.eadpsactu I I j

make these improvements; would 1 to be devoted charitable 1 I I i ;
proceeds to I al Valve oOc per yaid. 1 .
,,:,;.MJing: ; hid pro- probably be heartily supported. I purpose I I MEN rl''on: ; 2 5t) on l'''tf\1 I Fpecial I. ... .. .. .. . .: '.I' !{I' ,

:. is.mutes; sidewalks Pickets are 111i..5Ingiu numerous ]l A number of young gentlemen u suit i* worth your while. ONE CASE LOSSOALE BLEACHED h Pieces Fancy PlaiJ Huitiugs, 1 Fie 4

,point was! black .. . . .. \
.t.I on the north and west sides, the day in the Suits worth $1250 *luuo value, ; !
pots spent yesterday ;
. . . .. .. .. i
remained nn- Suits worth $1500 $12.EU DOMESTIC. Festival F ) !'ial. .. 121.." ; ;
.. ... i
i .1 i many: while the eastern fence whole woods near Molino where( they succeeded .
on i' uit.worth $18 (K). . ... Slo.lU: : ;

panels are gone and ugly boards, ;, in bagging: a great number of j, Only! the Pe=t Enters into ourClothing. lOc goods at 8 l-3c. 15 Pieces New Fall Outings, lUcpoods : ; I i
carries the great- [ squirrels. The successful! Nimrods! I j I ;
: .n!
roughly nailed together serve to I Festival ,!o ppclfll..J I I I
returned in the evening. j f
; I':.' ( vr brought here ', --- Only 20 yards to a Customer. :
keep out cows, thus ;saving the many| 1 We are Agents for the CelebratedHAWE.S t ; j
One Case: New Fall Pert-ales, ldc t
,od claim to be- HATS. I I
:: pretty plants on the historic old LITTLE FOLKS i i' .. .. . !
THE Alptnp'I.m1 Derby S-'S no Fpecigoodil ,
.-. -'. c iruival company: : I' ,, ,. ---...: )IO"" '.. Festival .. ... .. ..8cJ I t'
spot. 1
1: 'I F'irwy hundred MM- I! :' See Our Show Window for the Host' "t The Brat Kid Jloves on the Maikct.CLKMINTIXA 1 1l

i Scrofula, with its swollen glands?[ MINSTREL COMPANY !l( MEN'S; AND WOMEN'S SHOES: .. .. . . .. .$1| oo I i
t- .-y all!t the time. running sore*, iutlimed eyelids cutaneous in the world at . . . . .fl.50 Sl'SI'EM: : [ JA1' . . liot\tH I : ( I I I.i

I i- h-t uu'it;:! a numv eruptions; yields to Hood's'i' ; !
i I. :
'' H"I. I :
.. a.nnittHi! to the Suapanlla.: Yielding to popular demand: these !

; .; ; l'pltaU"ft' : -- forty little stars, under the management : $ W. J. & B. FORBES. :1 i : :

.;f wiri'I h'a..d: SMALL MONDAY of Mr. Julius :Menko will playa I f I
-------- "
.1 T.H rTnn J t', matinee at the hooe on
opera I- ii .i I.
; :., itt -t'-v. "r.; MORNING DOCKET Saturday, Nov. :22, at :2:45 p. m., this .I t urlosllU-K One of th- uri-at: mlvimtagi of ;:IY.I I \ "! i
\ 1 i\ ?' .!! :i ------ being their last appearance: this sea- !! crux in its ibriuiriil euploymrt+t is the : ;+ j

': 'd. i in .ii ir'_ I i I ou. At their last performance hundreds fact tluit it twitluT friTZi. our tall- .THE DELINEATOR. j ,' i
.. lasted less .. ..
I'alice court -e ion iiiiJcr .
,'I,1.I : i Lul w.Ki were turned The prices orates any ordinary ttyns'ratttre.No ; i I I f a
than twenty mmutf- thi morning, away. : jK-ro-ptiljIc fuss liy r\i;''iration h::sI i t r
: I '.. d"'l..j.i .-. :sr' carihitiJ I are in reach of all. One hundred l I..ell MiH-tKii at a iiNTiture| k-ss FOR DECEMBER. tH ::1
there having been fifteen cases I I W'j
: \ ;/ )I.. ';as group i i seats will be reserved in boxes andbalcony : than :tMti A-grw-s F., but if h itvl intiins Xow It i ithe l'hthtI I : i ri-F
i and of serious na
docketed none a >
l.v it uVei.iniKB.fs with a smell that -
I : I IU
I ii: !.l' ildl :. !tw.. Ltail- 50 cents. One thousand : "
at mas number and tl the thirtieth
: -"
ture. Four cases were allowed to go I fi'W Irrsltns t'niil thf'III"'I''tI!! to fin.ltn' .
ti' 1 t- dill.l; !ii.- i-lit! occarif I 1 will remain for those who first come ( ,*. It !burns with a pale llaLM-, MII- anniversary Dumber. [tIt I. I
in two cases r.qnnAP
over tomorrow liar to that frma if i-3 the the r
: : nu1: In another first served. Twenty-five cents for ilctitol. heated to most eoinplKr I n I
.. sentence was suspended and fail: was ;. aNiut ;ji( li'givos iiinl then igiiitol. mot beautiful WI1IlLU': inuri-; L y n 11 t ? !
s t..r- treat male: adults ; 15; cents for children under pia lI li f !
Its non"aIM.ratinIIUllitit'! -< make tlej :
.. the amount of tines. Minnie Tatum i ziue ever published ; :210 pa e- ; f
t I.! .uefOUP of the 12 years This is the only miniature: j tornlsund of much use as a vehiclefor 21 full pages iu colors.' : ;i ( I
.1 F .' was: held as a suspicious character, I holding pgiiH"its and folors. as In I Ii I
tlKse! are adorned I 1 i
minstrel iu the world. All :
she having: been arrested on !'u*pic- company t ttiimiiing; and tyiH-wrJl riMnnis, carbon Only 15 cents. 1 I

I I! \ i\ .. III.We. !and as they iou of having a criminal knowledgeof Peusacolians: !should be proud of I] fupFrs; and-fiio ilk; I '"" MENUS 1 i q i ,
I ,' r :: i y present a WOl.I .- recent burglaries.Mollier :ithem. Let everybody, especially j If the pure plvwin t.e exposed fora Don't fail to god a copy : the I

-- lone time to a fns-zias temp'rature. edition f H limited.Coe's Comprise all the Utoy I. '
; '
Iu 1I.-r contain ;
: Powders fur
cages I Jr.i'n weot the ladies and children turn out and i ;
Children | ; it crystallizes! with the apiK-aram-e; of Date DNhed the ;\1 = ; 1
.1 k. animals.loruing arri::
give them an ovation next Saturday l.
sugarnr.ty.! but this1 crystils! It-inn I
i'UI'C.lilllv useil by Motln-r bra" nurs in I'| ketsof the AVorldAfford. \ .
one of the HIH IMuldrfii's nuns in New York. ('urrFrv. invited it is alnvist ,. iliilj i
| that merit and hard- 'arutd j unto an iini"i -
reputati..n I II Bookstore I .
-rt hand hiinnineli Tt-rtliinK!: l>i-- ,3i 171 I
\ lion cubs found Huwi-N I Ity to get them ajrain; into the conprolul ?
i was order' inmeHnJ reuulaf llif aui destrve. The performance .::r I'I
I Destroy 1V'irns. Over :t>.'>m' tcvtlmouiitU.Thru !i htatc. If a little wat>-r 1Jl'l ailtlitl 4 I.I '
.wners regretted i it .\t nil Jruz!istS5c.. Simple 1 will be in its be- l't:. S.l'IGENT.. ( II .
...., : given entirety as to the glycerin, no crystallization will '
na"j.; Alien S. UluistKl, \.v\ j I i .
i1. 'I'1:; remaining one' I\OIi. 'I. I, fore. The united press of the city I take place, tlmujrli UIM!
11 ; of cold the water will sciuntrand
:;.- .111f1 l received; much he tVetV and I endorse this the Lest' 1 'j
It Deeps I \iti Pry. as performance
I form orystals, amid whit! h thfplyot'riu RefrigeratorsWeltave a Dining Parlor..* I
I.1 la-t eveniug. Ask to-liny for.llfnV FootKnif.n. powl..r. over given In this city by home will! ri-niain in its natural state :;
It curs'bdtrtsIuswollrn. s\\ral ing,!-ore, I few left, which we will sell
"iw will begin this Aehiui:. l>ainp ,feet. At all druggists; Hudshot talent. Be on time.Startling. I of tIl1tit: ). If suddenly .sul.jtrtcd to .1 i
suini.So; I i intense cold! glycerin will forma at cost. Marston $ Qaina. cq
f --- ---- -- -- jmre
two .hllwill bemis
1 Hut True. gummy mass which e lint l.... entirely Dinner
-- Regular
J 's. flit Ijrstor t -- -- Daily. !
ld"lll "i ---- -- -
l + ; the entire wttk. .J : ./ { hardi-rwil or crystallized.' :: c a:: I Ii
"If knew what
every one a grand \Ito-I II'You Thrill lli> RoMon SIKH ,
i : bether it is quite a i ecuiar: !'ub"t.1 Buy at i : I I
1 medicine Dr. King's Jsew Life Pills Snu-P. They *rf dmid' : .

1 I :ta.eoateooeeeoo.e.............ooooeeeeoeae.oeoeooo a ,, is," writes D. H. Turner Hemp-=ey- I On lip Cnrl"I I I. Short Onlprs l'u.IIII'fly :::- \, 1 I

town Pa., "you'd sell all havein 1 illnl. Niglit \or liaj. 1 .
:i low Robes, .'c Single and Double *" Collar: Pads 5 a !day. Two weeks' use you hi; made 1' The IxKidmi Chronicle in an article I ...-:: j i '
TitidMiig a iKipuUr Umk say*, -
The Best ShoesAI I
9 of Infallible j f
a new nrin me. forconstipation j
| of the expression i tin' .
t.rol"l6! ('II cur :
: h. 1 tfcms.BuSg and Wagon Harness. Rjjjjpy :, stomach W. A. D'\and letnb'-liver rt '-*' ': pet," which is used in the l....ik: j I }It'rtsum"tbluqi.uul IIU *ut., )ou'll t .,Olt..t> f in I I

X- -v- V vvvv v- yv dru -Mr.', !121 l :S. Pahitovtreft.: 1 "<>:i the carpet" again.Vlthout any | I Ii + ;: I' Il l
: wish to charge so brilliant au author I II [ i Nick Apootc'S.- i iI
j Vus.,\ ? ; g' i Saddles. S :i With the offenses of her times, we are i iI II 3; : r""

i r } Buggies and V/agons, J I compelled to obvrve, in the s.nue l hook I Popular Restaurant. :
' TA MA Sto n fe
: 1 jrm" > INSTALMENT! S Saddle f REMEMBERTHE I j" that absurd earfjct spread once more" I i n i : ( ;
for the disfiihsion of affairs. "Ls tapis.
y ....OR CASH... < : ORPHANS ; .
j on which tunas have len talkwlotcr JJIU.uulJaJU'I
A"l3: : Blankets. f I : in French literature I Is. nerd we >> >> 'I I

i i, BEERS'REPOSiTORY 1 1ilY.; not a cadet but a table ro\'l rIn The Right Direction I .
J + \Vf' have placed twenty-thrf-- :!;{> fact the green baize table cover of
t' ,,.-se X 50 -51 S. P.\IJfox SI. spurs. : children! from 1'eu-acol.i our Orphan diplomatic convocation. (>n that are ANNUAL BALL I
'-' ....... THIS STORE IS THE OUIDK 1' ,
--- -- -- Home. Thirteen have bt -n laid the papers the protocols. A taps! ; :

I L placed! in good families by the m movers is a earpot only: when It covers the POST THAT DIIIECTS t5110EJH.'I'r. in bf i\i-n ni.ii- 'j 1
cts.: Extra Shafts and Poles < Harness
s > | j Hour. Paper hangings are calk-d tai I II thu...-PT-- o' i
of the home. Thifk-giviuj : THE RIGHT WAY. '
1 i pisserie but even the English hast ,I ; '
5 Day i* approaching. If any out dtr- HOPE ;,
uJle For Buggies and Wagons. parts ; sires to i-end a token of their personal i to burlesque, with an eye to ju.iint- ONLY TRIED AND HONEST: NO. 2571 't /

H' intf-re5t in this work I will ness the idioms of the stranger Las
e VALUE -HOI:S ARE HERE. :xinighty" Honor,
e forward saute with! 1'11lsurp. i not led our authors to peak of car- I .
: Pads. Low Prices Easy Terms Of! All Kinds, t J. M. DAN NELLY. 1: petin French walls. Would that AT WAKKIXllTO.V, KLA., ''H'

Pfnaacola! Nov. 15.190L- .' 'jumps to the ejes" and "it gtM-s without IX Out tELUtVfiHAJ.I. I
1'lio Doses I ot..oG..g. .s.. Shoes for
sayjnjr": midit! be suppres!'oij for- y I i

1. GALA EXCURSIONCiTY j ever in Lnglisb; hut at any rate, they Y j! THURSDAY, fir" f., 20, S02! :' ,. ,

) l! are correct translations whereas "on hoes for Women. II' .''

\HQL\lTIIS: roil OF TAMPA the carit' is not. I i., ;I Fop BE.NEHT: CF RELIEF FUND. 1

: -- I I Shoes for Boys. j R-fre-htneut-: will be :.Saved. : I :
A Jir.ily of Ilrcl V,
SCHOOL BOOKS The -teamer City of Tampa will
Too wife ef a Mtlji.!iyt minister! in I .
have special excursion rates. from all : W( Virginia: has tnarnd three ; Shoes for Girls. ADMISSION, MEN, 50 CENTS ; t Ii ;; -

1 I'MK: LARUEsr'K: ( EVER BROUGHT TO PEX A- points between Milton and Penaco- I tim>i, says six eschauge.; Her maiden: > I L\UIE I'J'I-I' ::1{ t.

, l'UL.AXD AT LOW PRICKS. during Gala Week. I name was I\irtride, her fist husband 4V School Shoes and Dress Ticket= will include free trar.portition i r. j ,-

: Round trip ticket; from Milton to was named !Robin her 'coitdSparrow .,, I for holder and one lady train :_ bTHE
.GEM BOOK ('I'' Pen-acola, good for the week, sev and the present one's name Up. v< t.c ?* ,<< .o . STORE. .. enty-five cents. is Qua\le. There are now two young I 14: ,
Itobins. one Sparrow awl three little ii 't

A I 1. '. "f School Supple, 'fahl: -.ts, Pencils Penholder'; Etc. I I Try Gunther's Candies at I Quayles was in a Swann.tV family.and another Oa grandfather was a- I .hoe TLe.Price are Right as well a? the OYSTERS AT HIC APOSTLE'SFine i.I i

SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY.CHAS. ', Solomon's.- -- 1' Jay I ut he Is dead and now a I irxl of Call and Sire for Yourself.! 1

i 1paradise( i! They live in Hawk avenue, oyster today. Try U'prJ. ft.'
: bagleville. Canary islands, and the fellow Xu' .
R. JOHNSON Bears t.* Tt+a ,, .,r.6' + I' Boston Shoe Store I TTtE
: who writes this article Is a lyrebird
1 '. ,'!l
I a' ;.r 1
put- and an Interested: relative of theI TryGnnth r.I'andiesat
:218 &OUTH I
rALAtXJX :STKKEt.: /1,1i'
.. I family. 111 South l'alat'&Jx St. Solomon's .

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IT PASSED AS POP.EUh CATARRHOften FCKLE! MAID. Another Application. I I -

'1T; "A wife," said the lecturer before the Slow

o's Effort Wn u Kpelile tine but "Draw you hither, gentle maid, woman's club, "should Us like an open Starvation

airy Titooebt It 1S'uuld Do. begins; with a coM i in the head I \cud! whisp In your ear. p? book to her hut-band."
but there. The Lit reserve atiJe I* laid :
The tlckUig! cf the flock bad for score it nerd stops tendency i! ; .r he could and ilabo-
nut before go on
Lister. ltert: clc Is the
e. my tl"ar.I fate of sufferers from
I always from Lad to \\orse. T!:o iiu. ., dyepepcla .
tim made the only wUltllu tat simply ; that she should! too so in u
Kcomes Bid tht auk rate the l idea If food remains I
cold: your undigested
a protracted, stu'n: ; ('I.1. I.t it .: ?
furnish!. I'UI.h1Iy: "uttin' rcuia": that nl'ic; t'-e:,;e fro;:: the i. .>,e jrnor. <,":' I Prom Us In c'huu Mfc! tour I order that the husband) might shut her lr bod, In fact, it does actual darn:!,,-! ,1

Sunday artd'IulU Iacry now and then profuse aij: otTrnsu '!"..>; inl".r: I for ire. prepareAll up when he chose a man of foreignappoaraiKc. stomach and poisoning the system i ..

the vaunt ;jrfrl! who .ht in th. ro-kinp! t.i'ioR: ends to the tl.n-at I rrl.iul -, :i I ton'- I'.'-<.. thr,*. I ncanug;
('.'.1ir in the i I"j' winilow shlftui! : Lei tube, i-csUMrghoar-encfs. d tick!:: Cakes of wheat U rer.t! compare InteITul.tNh.. just BO--a IKlCktt. : Ixx I 4j !

ev.-s from the landscape to look! wistfully : M'I-ain: and an aggravating court: I lironntU, not burned Look!"-Judge-; UODOL Digests

at the bit rosy cheeked youth The foul matter that is continually dr .;>- Xieily turned, (' t What YcjKodol
Crowned with I utttr newly churned, tat.
back into the throat Cnils:
wLo sat with his great bunds clasped ping v.\ 6rrved *ith best of maple sweets." 1'ernonnl. III" d41 1 :
the di-tn-C is the sensible .
into stomach, resulting a remedy. P> around one kmtand stared at the rut the maid "Miss Oidun," said Mr. Gajboy "are eat it "
sin,? form.of dosi'epsia, nausea dUll losj Fickle jade. strengthens body and at th -
lock. of 8Ixtte anti Shouted only, "Stacks of wheats'!" you very fond of >-i 'rts?" f 4,: the stomach. This rest soon rector-s! a

"Whut air ye thinkin' on, Kllhu'r" strength. The THE GATEWAY VH! -c'r-really"- stammered Miss t Cathartics and stimulants: only reach > : J

aai.l sot('. cat"rrha! poisons! "Draw you I'.her. gentle maid Vera Oldun. Kodol: cures. It Is Nature's tonic. -

"Thlnkin'on( tho duel" he anserl>d. arc absorbed i'to TO I licplorv you hearken well. "1 there's at least one sport Fire years ajo a disease the doctors called dytpepslatook euchahold ""r' .
suppose utarcelygo. I took of ..
Closer yet be not afraid. quantities pepsin and otLer
with blu!. "1 wWiiir 1 could the blood arid all D1Nlclnt1l, but n."hmit !I'
a : wus than otlier. drowning man ., I '
litnd your fhelly ear ma Lfclle. you like more any prasps a straw grabbed at Kodak I fplt an trnprorcment f let
4 keep up a-fcilkln' an' n-talkin1 same ez the ttcmUar! '! CONSUMPTION. Bid the cock "This Is so sudden Mr. dayboy. a few bottle am sound and well. Gaoacab.M.eauttAWorueyat-Law\, '".k'

tbet clock kni* up ntl'J..ln'III' a tick"Ilev i,f the !body !"-- In his nook You're the only real sport who ever It can't help but do
.. rose infected, and \\hat was supposed tc crew for me cf coffee rare you
In'. 1 e purely a local disease has become constitutional Such a cup called on mc.-I'Liladelpnla' Tress. The/lbottle contalnsattlmesaemnehtactaalmeasurement! ( )as tbe tml flzcwt :let K "
anythin' portickler that Prepared by K DeWlM fi Co.. rhlraeo. Sold by all deafenDcVft's .
# ye ye : l't'p seated and chronic. As to up-

e wanter say?" the inquired blushing Sprays' ashes;:, powders, salves anal Set my woes and drown my care. May' 110\.'. wiicn Hazel Salve a 610an aoothint.dlk.&ae8.healing Beware appllcaUon fur : .' .T tct

this time htr (t4f. other external: remedies give only ten- And the alliedOn side "I see that a pugilist: ( was killed recently of countllrtdh

IP p "Yl'!!. Got a l I..t ter ." relief and the disappuinte.l dud
say.Why porary Cream en which he stakes his pride, in a slugging; match. John Sheppard.Hargis' t'harnlacytduev K t.
d'ia't yes say It, then?" di,,!:'iisted' patient finally gives up !ia Cream wherein no germs ubiJe." "Well that is not defense of the
despair and declares catarrh incurable.Tleon'j Ah. the maid
"r'JJ-I$ I somehow t1011 t seem abler sport. -- -- --
: \ ay to get n.l of catarrh per- Fickle
'?r git it out. nz'ijcntly is to treat it through the tloo 1. Scornfully "Draw one!" she cried.Xtwurk "Well I should say cot You see"-

I il "I'm sure tlint whut je bev in laiud The s>-tern nett t l III e toned up and all inuntu I News.ot "You see we can hope for the ezme TRY TH T N NV\ VI''N A T tijMn :

r$ tor H'lf wouldn't lie notliin' / I [ s rt-.novol fr..m the Mood, and this .. I happy result all the time."-lUltlmore

Lit 1iff wouldn't l* pli-as'-d tpr listi'ii: IIT," tlif S. }-. S. d.".s }.rumpllyan.1 thon>ujhly. Itjp' I : :> 1'artlcalnr. Herald./

.'i'litnl, looking! out of tile windnv."Wt11 ,-\ 'Is from the circulation cterythingof I

'=9 ye SIT>. fairy ye ","e. Ion an irrit.-.ti!!,": piiyjmms cbarat ire, allow.lnttheinl.onedntem. i i ThereVann Limit to IIU funlldeiier.Tho --- -
r, a-hful, an' th t t's all thur i I" hr 11, nn' ; I I : Old Man-Ynuug man when jou
'up bet! ..' to! when j Ii take daughter I trust with the
t got tiamake allitwancei- I lur it. I i t my you

.:. t see no wt.\' of gcttin' the I 1""t of I S \\... the riucims dischargect i l treasure of my life. No I A. 1.\L A. "Vpt7-
t ) ".te, amt the damage | .
i ail BlM .
lja.shfuhnt-i There MII'I Nut one [ couldn't lend you my auto for a little! *
1 yy d].'"<* to the! Health: b ;: r
i % i gut 'ur it," ho went on ,ner\ouM\ '*-' rv T j spin. I value/ it too highly to risk it in
"""11 rel'"lr.1. S. S. S. I 1 C( F.-"lie J"| AI K\" ii \\ '1.1 I U |J.
t i'. ,:d wis Cur rtan" tp In th-t: J." ; tilt 1 !loot! i', such a IIl..lth\', vigorotii strange hands.-llarju-r's Daair.

1.' njy winder: oil fcik aihaning':: ; < .niliti n told, damp 'weathll IMPORTER: AND JOBBER OF

r "1 fiio ark thet it's leap year an' iriuieI'.1 nr "u<'.i.i-u tl...ij.) in t'.lc temperature are Couldn't Sc-iire Her.

+ 'lay fur niy weddm'. I'd lieftinially :,..t "-ii.-] t to briiij: "'' n..rrhal trmi?.les.S. "Did your wife faint when you received -
1 S :S l- :i \t';.:ft.-'ilfrtr.iicii'.e uneiiiialti] HARDWARE.
,5 C i 1''itl: ter her :iu make ber an al niy telegram; In the middle of
.1 1 .. a* a I M-KK! purifier: and tle brat i.f ail ,
:tygs'3hu.trui. the nlgl.ti""Oh!
i f toniiN- tLe eil thur.ougldy .
just retne-ly n -e<: to
r x 1 \,..} Suiry Mulled and f-lirlud nt the I no. She's an orphan and has
( and Iron X.ill-. Axe-Hlsovf! I-.S..W :
t effectually cure eat rrh. : : Mill! ..tinti I i-: ', I .:
< i i ,.me time and! Mid the "didn't reekou no sisters or brothers, you I know.: "- Suppli'j-. Cooking and Heati'tot ,
V ri The Sift\ Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.A I : -, Pal i. c i
+ ;; D ,r, tiet! urter piss ez a real 1'01'1ln'If I Chicago Ilecord-llcrald. Wjiidow Glass, Gut-, Pi-toh and Fi-/hiug:; 'Tul it
-- -
-- -- -
4i Le !ii olio 'IU.*stioii, l but tbct It wus purl ------ I
1 3 "What do uantY' Agate niulTiuwarc( ana 1 Iloiisefimiisliiiiu
f; +r tfl phI. ciiiihiderin' "twus Klih'j. an' fheci.tsse ('o't1F' IJooI.As you (i 10'LrAOEXt1 \".
1. ""'pil! bidy. out liev !e got?'-
you ;
f *! it 'ud hi* ter llo. ctroit result! of duel : The W
j4 x a a fought in Milan Chicago Amt riei.n. I }rs>t r'orni FOB BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL t'i)1.t\: 1'
y r F.t"t'l'rcsl'. Italy, u few ,not ks ago bttweeii two .
Multitudes are singing; the praises Revere Giant Stitched 1;. Itruur, Northampton KM ir
l' { t captains of the :Sixtieth! icginitiit the Wheel Co., Liftin & Hand Powder Co.
.\ Loy Por unit l.nrl. Too True of Kodol, the new di=c very whichis Jolm-on'-I u-
John Italian: authorities atom to be dotermlnid omine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ran-,, \\' .
No, flyer t-i-eincd huper&titious ?
All work Is hard to making so sick people well
t a lazy manLooking many '
s- to stamp out dueling.: The challenger Coups & Co Raw Hide Lace Loather M.IJ\: -
; oitil: we were married. Isn't that :
of the duel In question has btenexptlltd for trouble is one way to and .weik people strong by digesting: Made Railroad Colors
f R
t John? And why did jou change
I make it
from the und his what they tat, by cleansing aud
[ army, antagonist Masonic
Temple Pensacola
; "I it liocauso wed Fla.
? 1 suppose iuy
Y t has beta sent tu n fortress but One of the easiest! things! to get out sweetening the stomach and by
t t 4 1.iiu<; day came on Friday.CloulaiKlDealer. of these is
'lLn ] the mutt striking; features of the affair! days a job. transforming their food into the ,

I are the other punitive measures taken It 1 Is the brewer who Is always look- kind of pure, rich, red blood that

q t( ; in connection with It. The colonel of ins: for the bargains. I make you feel 1 good all over. Mr*.

'loaned lliai j I P.JIk the Slitkth: regiment has been FUSpendcd Some ministers! spend more time tar I Craufill of Troy, I. T., writeFor The Star Laundry

than t-ouls. a number of I troubled
the lieutenant colonel has beensenteneed lag money years was ,
Some men don't wait to meet with with indisre5ti'ii and dyppp-ia
i days and two Iniprisonraiut majors have been for fifteen Chen: temptation: they overtake it. which new into the wort form. Biggest Busiest Best!
j I !
Finally wag induced to tie Rode!
The of
j promises iiolUiciuns will not
+ i ) trot days !imprisonment.! I'our l'aptl.lnswL ,I and after uing four bottle, ; I am entirely
I hold water bar either.A ----- --- ---
'! acted as seconds in the duel havebet'm Igor cured. I heartily recommend

j sent to a fortress for six cior.ths.T man; with a |>onr memory has noburhiiss Koilol!; to all *utfer from,.:tiou

,'-e severe mea-ur1s have created a t.i 11ouiiie a liar-St.-ir lot and ily.pipjTake; a doge aft.-rtnraN. '

f a voi able impression. I1<.!". I" !:: SI: :::. I It date!" what you f-,it.Hargn r Tiler S Speik

i I'nannaey, Jolt Shep.ud f'' :
('eii;Lle'iit'e. Sidney; Rahn.CURES j
All l.m to (Circa HriUin.i ( : -
'Do you; tti will; stand at the -- :
i I -,\- p''o >!le :.innare: that I'.rltaiu's c

;. ,: I..i-n-! [ < '"- slip of the was is more than head of his d.iV" asked Mrs. t'orn- WEAK MEN FREE. f.Jr f1Ii1SeIVS (c 1 1t
tu"s.\1."Well 1. I
: <,
: ?--M'ltioii and that it is ackiiowl-
," auMUTed her husbandI
j i iii_. '! !"y e-\eiy nation. On entering a .
did have my doubts but senee stein InsureIJHP! anti a 11:11'1'| lloiiif \Velt .- (
I f..ien.i! i' rt mariiie tUiurtte requires .r'-

I I a n..imit'-war to salute the national him pntetice with the football team 1etc I fur All\ ., bit, (Juttwe L'tm.ii." ,
i! /kun he wiJL: Lf: Josh starts fur the How any man may quickly out.. !. in--If
| rom; I bj' iiir: its own, and la return after years of-urTcrmi! fruin "'x ia' a. ak- tnem- -lvei.; 'J'hl'will. : ,,4L I II Ih
A Qt head o' the class he'll there
r t f I the! bust l-jwtrb its Ca;:. Hut no British I get "orOII1l'lJtJol.'U iiess, lo-t vitality, night loocv; n<" -, I.-. I than: \\1"11.: Wi- w u. i !' .
v. i, Ret! tort in the licu1lle.'l1shinrtou etc., and enlarge small weak urgent tll ?'ii! -
iI ship! dips the union j.ick until the fur IZ" and .n,1, ;. -1' J. .
ij \\ Star. vigor. Simply s your HUNK tv riorr-hy tiie work w i : I :
I cig n'r hats! first dlpju-d! / his colors. In and address: to Dr. Knapp: -dlial o. I "I .2
iI I Hull Hftroit, Mich. itiui tli-v i a what weay.ALL .
j i i all >seas both home and foreign I'.rit- will gladly crud (rcr rw-t-jpt witli: full d I.f r- I
:,In rluiais! to be saluted first and this i lion to that nnliMn niayt-a-ilv oiKf, !. ;mbHll ,
I ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS intieatiti at liuiiif. This i
] certainly a mon- I
G fib I I' l.iiiwr i is rendered by every nation: us f rou>ollrrand I lie f.iIlowiiiiivxtrHi'i- tftki-n WORK c. o. D. Gocds Cslkfl ;far &ui Dtiirerci; rr
the tribute of her ovcrehruty of the ,? naval catarrh will get the from tlit-jr iliily nmilbhcm what nom think I : ref c;,

.' ., "Old you ever exereise with the* v'aveb.-I'eurscn's \Votkh.AlrnU heat result, from Ely's Liquid Cream I of"Uciir thetrgt'neroity.hirs-ll. .-ii-i> accept lilY 'mi-Hrf TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

!'L: ) .tubbell, old man': Balm Price. including: Frrayiuh thanks for yours of r..c.l11'11':. 1 hll'I: ''I
Ki\fn your treatment thorough test I Itbe
f. .i lags, old chaii; 1 did once, but it of the Coat.Svxenil tube, .:Jcts. fold by druggist" or tieiit-ilc tins bivn extriiordinarr. U lint WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

?!:twanged en" neektie. hi> I iju.!.*"- little ;:irlsn'rl' returninsboini mailed by Ely Bros., 5;Ij Warren bt.\ completely! liricd iiie up I am Jii-t ail ,

".bear r--\ nul' method worked hca.itlfuily. : -
v.'Lt'ii theyx'ee overtaken lij a pnatthi't New Orleans! fcjept. 1, !HUO.! ., !! Keult'aerrexactly! what i uee.l-d. I \V'EElLY HCllLDtp: L.1t f fit lATf i
n zt \\ lf. i:...y I'ur Him. wunti-d the whole.' street. They of Messrs. JLBRO'; : -I sold two :$Ir;iiiitli and vigor> have c"mlJ"'lt'l returned I fff.'Kl

The sultan of Sulu has mtnyniagazSnes. course ran for dear life. the foremost bottles of your Liquid Cream lUlm >.and" entars-emeul li entirely satnfacior FOR STEAM DIVISION I II

f \vi\es." one i-UoutliiK! to her conii'aii0! !*: "Knn. to a cutnmer,1Vm. L-uuberton. 1115Delachaise bear 'ou r, was r.'t-iv.cJall" I hadnoIrnubirrntucking I
tr 7 Hut uo favo ,,\,1)u ."- CL1- ruiu :firls/ : lie will kick with hishead:" bt.\ NewOrlean-; ha* I 11-e of the! f'eeiptdireiteii a, I
3 1'ot.tT'erfl --itt hntie.L u-ed the two bottleifiu him mid trutbfuilv say it i- a Imon KAI.WAV COMPANY i
y4 j : : to weak iii'-n. I HMI greatly iinprol l in I
Y wonderful and most satisfactory re bue.-.treiiijtli am! vigor" Tr'n leave Honofccola for the bltllKayou
3: : t i I is nil c/ln rh i i 'ievit'; co pop! Ill tnadetaate Salar suit;;. OJ;". W. )11" D I'''''. All t'lIrro"I.o.. .u'r u strict y rou'ld; nt Gig linyou, VbrrlngtoD, Nrry t au i'
: !..r as F 'le.r* ling ami Tar. 1 L ) 1'haruiacit.An ti'tl,,iiiail," d .a plnit.iih. "- '''. Iit. and hurt harrnc ataSt'a.m.srrtreatFort
t EIIJIJO'er-Wb I raised jour salary rei-'ipt I trtor Ui. a kitiami tin-y \\"an- WlII5UC\J
# : 'luto ill' no i-rritt> or piisi'ii and eyr'y man in iii\- ic : }!arranc", 7 16a.
b: wr fiilto cur.V.. A. D'Alem oily four weeks ago: I, Iv/ IO. m. arrive &t Fort Karritncar IHM &.c {;
: r r' 121 S P.ihifox Employee know; but thatV just 1a> m.arrlvt at Fort t-arraiioa l.Uya .
t ', St.
ids Irish Uailrunil I'nttlr. Ro; p. m. arriveat F art Barrettes <.II p n \
% the matter. In trying to live up to the I A Santa I'. conductor on a Los Angeles 'fI:1Sp.m.arrl..Rof."rt H _ raisei ntunilly overdid it.-Bost jn Sixipm.arrtvrat.Fort H rrancai o.iSp.a \\
Cr..sTOnL.: .. train told a reporter of the San Train leave tort Yarranoaafor Pecan

p4 ; h, 1 L'rto, Aadlt'; ;j !H ,' '''' I' tlr'r, Tn.iserii'tFoley's Bernardino Sun that his grandfathers If You Have i, cola at '. I.t. 'f'
.. ,'U" aud Tar remembered a sign which was erectedat 7:1.: ;.a.m. ttrrlv at Pen,arola *. u .
'llU : (.LL.If7' Honey for cough a -jint on a double track railroad ... _"l. r :z1lU--:.: l.vp m arrive at L'eneacoia 11 ..'. p.D
<< and colds; reliable, tried and tested, I ".'J() p. m arrive at feanao'iia ..._. a5 f. n I ,
tt in Ireland to tLc effect that "u lien ,
t two 61G p m arrive at Per.-acola : .1" p a I
rr t; core and *an'. W. A. D'Alemberte, trains meet here they must come to a RheumatismURICSOL I T:./ip, in rrlvc at f"ccoia _h 7 tip \ \fli i;
: I '!3 I.6 p. m. arrlva at Peaaaoola: _.._ iI.1t) I
121 ?. Palafox II. .
Itf iota Raiioa: I n.,lun. r : t t. standstill! until they have passed each Saturdays only 'Pi.".;. ,\\1. "' '' .
I' .j"
i 9I as ; I itt 'terlaiin-: d. hi' left Iris! frlor.5 other." PARt FOB WEEK: DAYS.Pennaoola I ;;;.:'_ ..? r"z, J.!" ...j' ';11 'l

f Y 1 )'r .' ..i:>l.'j ,:'(-e a ih a li-;,::u-j' to those wht4' 0 'I he P rnn LI in; 1'rhih-tIt -. thl'' IT<'RI te to Fort Barraeeaeand
t, f. i-l f > tl for I'.ilii was inufTon- was dlsclnsiHl: by examination 9 Sonirtliliiit Had to C*. Homely will ahforma cure Pensacola to Nary Yard ana ru-.nrn morn. ten u

.r } s. t s \.,*: : /l'n \. .is a trnililion ilint year I made iu the \Va.-biurton city postotliceenvtrinjf Sufferer can't stand it any longer; TOU. It alto cum Liver, Kidney and Pentkocla Palmetto Ucaah and reicrt ibSURDAY
Famous at home fm
Jiladder .
b. diseases cauvil .
by an nl' of
.",' ) bo liar: \vi.-i.i-i. I,it tu! man lived a period
t.k o ,! +t + i.o, \\bo bar! ,,"'n I !.Im \MI,) pen, 111b. half Liouths that PIi4.,:!U pities of paid tu have this tooth oatScientistNonsense the health and Ftr<>rth while using it When w. thar p*rm.ti the runn'ng! t Generations past

;i' "I.M 15iu! leas 1'J pieces of unpaid Your toothdocsn't Piid tttmp. for honk of wonderful certificates | open coacbet.
Price |1 per bottle. For sale!
fea'asola LT Famous
Leaf Fort I all
Barracta over
d i iJ'tI I4 jj ? i'i- dead piNtV saki., r.iintors, Seoul "franked" matter of nil et.isse s wrat ache: ; it is only jour imagination. : by drucE'.MA. If your druerlst can not 8 a. m. 10 a, PI. now

Y fi r' t<>;r.-.. jouni.:!...!"-. ;'.l\l' him lioiisc rootn through; the: unpaid matter on weed e 9uppl receipt you of it will AddressUricsoCli8nicalCo.LosAngeesCal be sent prcpoii upon 11 a. m. I is m the World.

a r i tuft fi'ii !iniii: and -otitsl! l.iii.: days running; as high; as la:*.(\)(. 1'J"KO. ,- Sufferer-Then I'll have him pull out i pr.ce. 1 lp.m p. m. J I p p.. m 111. I

.' .:.lit wets /"7JtrfllHut mo little \'ito"f ( 1_'\j.I.NJ. 12.1,( (iw and l:"_.OU) copies/ my imagination I p. m p.m. Fur hat' a.

=J cTw h'.srs; : I ihrurthiChe imarailtly: while the jH-rtentase per' day would or the 4 p.p. ni.n* 8 p p.znt m. I,! Dannheisser Bros

ts :,hint! \Jfi'willi} his bo!'!'!! umhn lla often co: to about W. trawling up ashijih Krlrnd. Prnn'TiT Pn I p. m f p. mfARI .

1 'J Up"T:.IS t 'It i-ltSPIlUllinilttllUVS ill as SC t p,'r cent on a Finale; day :Miss Gush-'\lmt do you suppose the LW & ', New l'llrdliv.Ld : ma 8T53ATfentaaoUto I -

q ; $1t1 t' 1 -t Pr>dut'td a cuoli.css. and his and averaging: S54; per cent every day. result would be if we could hear what I 2 Distributing Agents. 1 Hard and retort-art Barranoai._.____.Nary_ ... I ORa- KING'S
"r''nds drvnxsl! off and Uil i rxjiei.'J our friends say about us in our absenee fenuoola to Palmetto Kttoh set
I ,,bN' 1011ti0'b4 yt"OILY / 'tarn,_ ___
? ___, u
the cold shoulder! of m-RUft.; AVonld Clapntrl Ilrndiiiic. I TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
Nr .IItI1' elvedafteral5nin
M '."!,' day he was diovorod ahu<}!
t. u{, "X sntne: In an empty/ : house. and YtTi j I \anced by M. I.t-nn audet: to the tf- trifle more modesty and considerable I .,.l.,: X BARUANCAS.. Fla.. Oct. THAT COLD.
fewer fritnJs.-To\\ and ), iw: -SeilKl prop , in
} r } ;; i:. "s fni'Dsls n'proai-hod tbcniMUrsfor feet that nil noel reading should loestol'l'l'd Country.
1 i j.t ., ; triplicate will bp received until A- Every Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
thdr nnkin.lnefs to the |*vr old I I by 1:1W. He would have this 11 ::3t; ) a. m.. Nov la.\ jyo: for constructing blr'
Strict Attention. i Is UII r<'I.oIal .hl : : ..' Cures Consumption(' 11) -.
'i :'in. .\ subscription was rai od for June by furUddlni! : the sale of fiction :, plunibinsriinii eif rtric wring ,t' \. r'M s

h" Ivnetif and the money !iand.x1 to I to women and children! the implication "Why doJ't you" look out at this two msle pt3 X. C. O. (Jtnrters, t' RHLhirling Spreyh I Colds, Iironchitij, AjPncumoniaJIayFVv' -tt, ".

? ti as it :a 1};nqu4.t at wbii'b the beitis that men do not read It any 1Je-.utirulbClDtr-? I Fort McHee.: FI i. U. 5. reserves 'fL O: .f "..'. :' f I II. r ,r.l 't

$ )" i I' ,1 <.tl',"ril"'r"'ft, (.resent. ISiM'i! I \\ IY. Coming from the son of a distln'ii "Oh. I ana traveling on business and: right to ri-jpct or accept any or all ).... \I... ".. .'.L I iri
not for I'It.'aoure-FIitg'ende! : Ulatter.Bewure proposals or rtiiy part th rf nr. In 'i'u". ......1I} :, LaOrippc Hoarst-np--,
I i.
tI \1 was drink with t'nlhll"iI"'IIl! : ? "' htHl novelist, this is strange! doc ... L I y, ,
I formation! furnished! Joor'''''''1O,11. :
if i,<" in reply.!, !II\t ,'1111.1 i.tU "HI over- Irene but perhaps it presents only I: a on application. If hi anrs'tmp"rnf '. Sore Throat CVoup u ,i
.. Envelopes i ... ,
,. containing i proposals 'K\ .. ) _
> 1. '!a tV.l IIIV.lijl.t! J"i'I'IIII--lau tO natural I reaction from the undue eminence I of the woman who loves should be marked "Proposal for etherhntmd" uamr1Mt". f.. ; --''-- Whoop Cough. '

r' "i hi !h.\ irt.roiuent: be wa1ac- I of the novel In modtrn literature money more than she loses ]o'e.-Chl. I|I Construction addre ed fill: WK.HM |i ? TM ifJ''rat..t y
to W. purti. :
E: u.Mlar'.P1.r..n.
c !.,...,1.! 1'1 :.t\ :'l"'nlClhl'llias.. IrridrllreJixtrnal. I[ raga Xews. ,,,I Cole.Q. M. 20oct4tl7aov2t raaa+'.'tI....!.... fi \K\.LlO.In- _:lI NO CURE. FfOPAY. .
- ,I: Room Sic Times Kldg.. New York Price 50c.andl. TRIAL BOTTLES FU.iI
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Lillian Russell as ook

'&' t,1 11Ib ii Oh, I think it's lovely. Very good indeed. Fine, light and just lovely. says of
t : I made tea biscuits with It and the folks said they were fine.

The Ariston, New York City Tuesday, pct p*. ynu- lSeaed C. Alticbu, with Lillian RttieX

1 P28C

.-r i j' The H-O {SSSJ Company l What does-your..... cook say? Presto



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The Woman and the-Ro.'. FOR THE CHILDREN .... .I" 1 rli' t,

A traveler stopped at a little cabin In tiT '- ' 9 .. ;:

f .
II j
Tutt'sPills the Gi-orgU woods. lIe wore a white ''Il A. Cron a* a Dear."You're : .,

rose ran his coat, one that a little girl 1I as cross as a bear," said '. r _

had plucked and pinned there as he I Bess to Billy.
This popular! remedy never falls to was 1.- ,,'ln;: home. f ; Uncle Jim whittled. "Bears aren't
I : i
ertetually cure i j:I A woman entered the cabin. She II I cross to members of their own family," ''f' r:,i

Constipation Sick stood and gazed at the rose a moment '
vspepsia, he said. "Now, I knew a bear oocBess ( -
Then. d.-irting forward she\ tore it from H (i
toddthe, Biliousness i|j and Billy both ran to him and :11 I
.j the stranger's coat and stamped it on 1f ; \. 1 :
LL DISEASES arising from a i I climbed his I
And t1'r up on lap.
i the rude loor.!
"Did know bear?" for Infants and Children. I : 1
forpidlnerand Bad DigestionThe I i j "Why did you do that?" asked the you really ever a ; ,
natural result Is good appetite stranger leaping to his feet. cried Billy, with wide open eyes. !
The Kind You Have Always Bought ha borne time sijna!
and solid fl sb. Dose small; elegant- "Hus-h!" said "Well not intimately" said Uncle I
coated and easy to swallow. a man who was sitting;: ture of Cliax. )(. Fletcher, and has been made under his I :
|y sugar near. "Thai's my wife an'-an'-&heain't : Jim "but I used to go hunting: them I I I lI
No Substitute.--- personal supervision for over 'JO years. Allow no man '
rake _. right hero," tapping his forehead. The Human Lottery when I was up in Canada and one day
I to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and .
i "We bail a little girl once with blueeyes I was out with a hunting party, andwe
I an' hair! like a sunset She "Ah If only I were beautiful *'Ju t-as-gootl" are but Experiments, and endanger tho
wandered -
saw right straight in front of us- 1, '
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\ Happy Thoncht.ny off among the rovs: one day lost how happy life would be." health of Children-Experience against Hsperiinent. i I
what do ?
you suppose
advises the head
lost. an' when we found her she was Many a forlorn maid has said this as she '
"A real bear: gasped the children in 1
f.! cannibal: tin;, "had looked into The Kind You Have Always.Bought
where: the roses grow, an' they wascrt'l'plll' the mirror. It is the one possession concert
:;our meat diet for a few in the of human life which "
lottery i
over her. an the" wife there :
would "Yts; a real mother bear and her little 1 Bears the Signature of ) >
woman not refuse
went mad un' she the
now says roses
iI I I th'?" muses the kinj. I son. The dogs started after them
stole the child an' bid her
sm-ailins; over his away fromus BRADFIELD'SFemale and the mother bear iH'gaii to run but '.
foreu-r an' "she goes about an' tram- /
the little baby son couldn't nm ns fast 'II
plis them like the did the ,
just rosethereon .
.1!, ; : a happy thought;; s Regulatorfor as she did and the dogs wertllning .. ; I
the Uoor.
.. "te'sl lust! missionaries i young girls on the threshold of womanhood "- on him, G) what do you SUPIM) themother I II

i ti..' !i-Mud said they WeN Big Mill Merger: is invaluable When they become Lea did Leave her little son '

I: ,iiuiuure American. Charlotte, X. C., Xov. 13.-W. C. pale and languid the eyes dull, aching tx hind? So, piiM-e-ee.: She picked! : the I In Use FortOver'30 Years. I : I :
head feet and hands baby bear her stout and '
cold appetite goneor up on nose
Heath one of the special committee "t elec." Coble.Xr r Cu..t.trr. sari tin
abnormal, obstructed periods and painful tossed him way ahead! ; then she ran .. ,,,, __ ... I
'II I iilidjll I'oc. which assisted F. L. ...\ --=- .Z'''' :;!! -T.S:; t t
Underwood of menses, and their systems generallyrun fast! and caught; up to him and gave I :
\\n-s: [jwiying: his first New York in I I iI
city his efforts down
1 to they need tonic building -
per- a uj him another :lxst: that suit him tiring I
'"i and was walking frl of ; and their blood cleansed. 'I
I I a nx reor: cotton lit.

: '!, on one of the many I, mills informs an Associated I're yarn" are Bralfidd's'cmalc Regulator for womenis through mileaiida; the half.air. She Then kept slit-w.-is this up for tired a W. B. WRIGHT>> GOQlPnflY ; if ifI

.: '.'' ti mornings with an I, urt>sentative that he has received a I I to particularly its tonic properties valuable and and as useful a ft'gubtollof owing I i to ;go aiy farther and the docs ton surtvmiKlisl f;"L1 i I \\1 I ;j i\

lettt-r from Mr. Underwood in which the inenbtrual flows. Painful obstructed ln-r. Then she sat up on Lei I 1. I '
iiiou (rca, ejaculatedi.ow l' i
I Mr. UnJ rwoid! stated that he had 'I j'. .
1 understand "fit : and suppressed menstruation is perma I hauwhes took her baby in her hind :I I :

nevairejii. I abandoned his intention of perfecting! neatly relieved and all diseases peculiar I paws and full 1It the dues off with hd } :; I ,'
11 say ze sun I 1 1i
:Ma! f-I. it d'.'3 I I the merger. It" III tx. I't>Illl'rul'rl'lI I to her genital organs are cured by it. .: I{.r-r': paw*. And: 1"shl' did roar!'' f----f i .. LUMBER LATHS I I:
I I that Mr. Un
,I i: milts binW;!n ir the (tnint.'('r.t of He the finally southern declardthat yam I I., the muddy eve, sh and.nx-ns blotched the conditions appetite, removes 01-! :,] "You eould hear her mites awn\ :-ht'Ill''r All'i L 3k. SiraCTFBESSSEMLESiMniiianPENf'ACOr.A.! :;! 1 1 'I' ;, ;,

." and Tar always the skin and cures sick lied.lcbe.lcbe at once. forgot her baby; kept suar.l.nglim : ; ;;1 I. ;t-i I '

old l bQal.! + i\\f\ (utgs. ;i the merger eouM) l lot' arrange; It I Of dniggibts; ; at 5r cm per bottle. C all the time. When the mother -...--..;;;:>0- Fl I .'\ I 1 ,'I j .

.' -. \\'. A. D'Aleu- r: 0 per cent of the mills! renMslidati v"Perfect Health for Women" can wilts shut the hah cub jurmat 1 on l.rr. I I I '.j
.j ii x At. '1 hut he dl not st>curp (he cooratu; >nf be had free by sending us your adilress. !( tie'nl lifUy and tried to tiirlit tan I Iar! '

Ii i more than Id i per rout of the mill | THE BRASFELD: : REGULATCS ca( ATlUTA. G.I \ ; dogs with liN! littKIialiy j>;iw.-. 'fh':t'i Ji:10D"I I : :
CCAl A D V : :
I I I ._ .. .
-,,- __n_ i tin* way the hears stand by taunt otlirSometiinis .
I. .Q PHYSICIANS FRESCRIBE IT. I : 1 thiik they love iwh titer'! I. i

.' 41.. tt.t :t. t'Id Many bro.Tl minded phy-ician- I Ii lilt In n... K>r. brttiT thin brnther .1101: sister. hey, WE HXPKCT TO S'PI'LY.Il'll i..\ ::JEP. '1 RA PR I i

.. Ii ,, i prescribe Foley'Honey and Tar. 'li' A useful hint was given the other Bess. 'vh.dt ; aNxit: ? I t
ure :
."" ---- -. you eying '
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1'HI: \\VINrHllTH\NKV-! : ::: KPt: RK:
i i I they have never found <;o safe and dab\ a phjhM.uiLo! n-uuned a ,.nt.,.... I woi.'t till! jdii any inor.1 benr I ;
.** f ,>j cft ..: :' reliable for throat, and !: i
..-.... LJ; _- a remedy IMi-e; of grit hum a patient's e\e. The stories !if thnt! i is ti! V.MJ it miey lunir trr.iibb-s a-< this ;grit medicine. a--i id-! lit ljul mitirred lit tl.e Inginningof I \." i SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC 1!. : f; i ;,
( i I \\'. A. ITAletnberte. I 121 I S. Pulafox :
iI i
I' a railway Journey lasting: ; some "B'i; !; ." t .'" "iii I Ii-! "juu'rv ts good
hiuir ".\nut hl'r time when you lire '" Thompson Olsen & G:1p \
4 1 mtn &mn I i tiS as ;: .111 .a- .< I.. al' ,
r'. e, troub'ed' with grit: in the eye," said the I TI,. all !.iui.-d! together and
: '' l Iin '''.4 Focy'stioney Tar II they
.: b tt @C6..r .a e..l'j" i d'e Ior. "io-rt attempt to ;.:et it out but forgot what they had been eruss about. Manresa Street, Telephone 14 1-' I i

i cures colds, presents pneumonia lust eoviT tin.- eye with your hound to I -Xow York Tribune. __ = --= 1 I

ndd V.4I.c i I k"ep it el la til and blink inlay as hardas
t : l !
t.1 If you want a DIce present to giveto ;
i you I.lll1th the other tin! the grit I
cIt IVLere: the Kabr "Wan.Greatgrainlfather's .
f- -::.i.i ssy.i'xiii' **"* *, a friend, go and look throuh; the.: is tib:itwl": ed. This hiiit was given to me t. !

r r.t t r>}1"Jlar.! U tba v&} f faLiiiy : olegant: line of suitable articles at. b> a rommetclal traveler and how it ;; folks! were moving & CO.. : ; : i ,
J. Stephens: you surely can find .I I and had left the U-ddlng; to pack I '
bei.! acts i is more than I can tell :you but it
tad tx If I
t1 something to please you. you I tLt- last thins, so picking up the first 0- -DSALE68t7- 0 r.
dotind that [is all that matters to I
want anything in the Diamond line feather tick he to
one greatgrandfather -
i44.t11) ;

'. *. ALEMRFRTK. :I he sure to see him before you buy. the sufferer.' laid it. together with the ('4''I'rl.on Ship Chandlery l and General j jOCH hardware, I :

a quilt on the floor and. douMng!:: j jAGn'f07 '
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them all! he put his knee tin the tick .
up. AND 805 S. PALAFOX I
f.F ,.__...._. .....-.._..._...,,..-,___ .. I
U ly. "111\'rt.:" he exclaimed. "I don't
.-.. i I'1iuaaer-iditsv' within'. REVERE COPPER COMI'ANYJOHS: A. ROEKLING'S HONH CO.'tf ,

TENT 7 WORDS fI | :Mr-! H.ijfork-1 was esiJPCtin! a let I ry"think that will come untied in a hur : GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. P.UMEL" & BON'S PUMPH.SKIH I I

..;.. iu't, i uh'it or :po tearil day the fivm was Aunt eomin Jprtggs? tell- I Just then great-CTandmother carne in."Why SjrJijz hhk i 6iis, litiktiu'r: \ :zw\it;; \ yy utJ:! (stto:, g hlll> ,

Fon : : I, ::urtl tURisUrcsiliiiis( to his wife) Where's the baby?" she asked COMPASSES, I.OG8 ;.:'1'J I

L (EllTWENTY ) I -i I ml .\."u se a postcard from :Mrs.! looking; from the empty Unlstead to her' C. McKenzie Oerting Cnllactin: A;Nat f.>r Bar Pilots' Reuoroieat Aso f I'
hu&hauL I
I II.II.r'sunt! Sally? ciition.
: ; I tlroat-gratdfather did not wait to _
CENTS. 'ii !
lliViftYeh.. She's comin on 'I' I
t. i answer her. lie then seizcil those; firm-

..... i Tll1u'-tlY.! __ __ ::i ly tied knots and untied them in a THE GARDEN SECTION 1 ; l'l'I

i lalMMie the {'nion.I I great hurry, and there lay the baby I .

'd I "1t have come," he Legan, addressing safe and still t>l"H>"iinp 4rl'llt.rrnn.I O-.a" : ;!,-- ,; < .: I Ir I'
Sw- ( lUl' Celll a
.m".I' :.Ile DAI1.\ I
mother snatched her to her breast and
'I" ; her father, "to- to suggest to you
II' ..inn' ft..:. 1'/1: 'ldt'rful re-uft TlPC! i j.. Uti : that a unreal of our families woutl.i "- !it'hllll'r dO!*'. Pensacola, FloridaJ..1 I : I

& !', ", 'd' :!, 'd IOf IJI, &J!'U:. III the tlte foJr real izuh .1 WIut | "I'm not in favor of unions the I "Your fuming III just now was providence _ __ I

; .i.1 11...., '.. 1111:", I tray old cHptain of industry interrupti wife" nvat-grandfatlier said as Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. .
i ":aid I will not submit the matter he \vips>il the great dros of iiwplra- -

: Good tion from his fn f
to arbitration iiiomiiig.CLi

': .;;.} ,- HAVE YOU A WANT ? I 1:1 I ::"" lext.iil! .Henild.I panion.mother did uot deny it- -Youth's Com Beautiful Lots for Sale. ;. .

<<- Iah4urhrre'. arrasn -- --- 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord I :

Of 4iladauiie Ilenrj I.abouchere A Woman* Ilrfulit Idrn.An ing to location and surroundings. f .
: A'.1' ted. N.lturiety lVanted.B emperor of Germany U !o iepwl) a !
t. ] once remarkeil. "I do not oiijett to Mr. I !
'I. I 11 ;anted. Opiuj.n Wautfd.r. city which! 1 Blunged; 1 to one of his i rebellious 4 : I f
lUnKtmie;! iN-citsionally having an aceup Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, '
C \\ I nublemen..Ifter the siege had;
.lIItt'd partnerVauted. I his h'e\4'| but I do wish he would :
0 \ \\.lUtE'tJ. 1Vauted. fur a long time the l'IIi}>t'ror di"terrnineil I lligh. Dry Fertile Lands.The : ; i I
.f. : QUiltH; i not :ah\ns may that Irovidrnce put it
\ to take it by storm and to d."- '
E -,' \Vuutetl.. ." ti'cffered
-- R.umoVauted. : then- I' ''I
r stray all It contiineil: by lire and[ sword grandest opportunity for investment ever .
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t... F laf" Wantf'tt. Servant; Y1tnted. 'I
He did not [however wish to Injure thdefenselos > .
G : '.' r WlUlf-.d TeaullVanted.f I M.iny man who :goes; through lifei in Pensacola. :
v.Miueti. Therefore be sent ; i
H. Wautf'd Uul'lI1men Wanted i iK-niuanhu the fad: that he is misuudiTit .

fa I 'M,il ought to tar thankful that a prochinintion into the town sayms I Home Seekers Should See These Lots. .
I hlt..r"lUtE'.!. Vehicle Wanted. tIt J Ji' I that all the women might leave tli1phice : i ,
surli is thiMiMCbioiso News.V. .
I .r \\rantf'lt. Wins Wanted. r ; unhurt and carry with them f, 1I I

K -t.r WJt..d. Xr"ril"llCe'unt"d.. .. i l whatever they: held inifc-t pre.-niis The -V.Clubbs .

(:) L.. \\'autl-d. Y.HI're wanted! tll haH (fit:) \V. A. Herren of Finch Ark., j I tiobleman's wife instantly th't'id't.1! to I, :

write-s, "I wish to report that Fuley'sKidney : take her husband, and the other women II
M I 'anted.nough tll place a Corner Garden and .11t"",;: Street '
i; Cure has cured! a terrible j followed her example They don I

I (@( Elf ; ca-e of kidney and. bladder: trouble issued l from the !'ity.1h' in a Ions: pro-

I .. i that two doctors h id \; \pnllp" W. I t issloi, each one with her tni'-Tiand (III !I y.C. HKENT. WM..II KNOWLKS. W K HYKK IK., J. H. KKKHS1'resldfCt. ;. 1. .

A. D'\ lemherte. I lil I S. Palafox fit.I The Vice Prr.'d'Lt l' rfitr 'U8': reahter i
her tfhouldcr.! ;
f li!;i W 1i H RD Iu IUIQ ULUMLS. SPECIII .BITES BY n m I i!j much strut k with the emrur noble conduct was ( I'I'i

I WEEK DR M09TH. ..... Foley's Honey and Tar I| the vl meu that he spared all. liven : I

(M i itself left untouchl'd.i .. { : :
M ,. city was -- FirstS a'hoy' B8.n
hr flIRt ""
; '. ":"':' ...'::"::' ,,,. .,,,, 'l'i: Chatterbox. i } .
lV. -- --..; ...-.. .t7':0."" =o\-" ...-.. -- -- -. --- i i --- 1 -fc. I IQ

d t 1 .t.o I.1IVI>. 1IA1K ( ()< ) I)4.I ,I I "Immln' In the era.Patsy .

Peter Lou and me : ? 'Fl NBACOLA. : I {
."I. 'I"i n iinprov-rt"o- 'f KS. SARAH 1IIoJfO.;Ij\nu"'tur"r tuMl.MffYi All w.1t swiramm' in the st-a. !
-mall Minnuuliiti '!iw Jl HIlddcHltr i in Krtlr (;00<1., Hula. Toll'lrilclr \.'llh our salt of nil and blue 1JIn.rCTO ,ii"" ; :
i iii!! o" l.i'-li"; K. Hn>i>k-. \ Hair etc697 U (lio\.tlrum" Don't you wish yuu'd been thi re, too" I
1 I .. S rulHToX; hi,. 1llltTtiulm .Ir..t ((1. i ilt- and rate and Peter we1Vent I WM.ll. KNOWLK3 W A P.UUn !+. C. BP.fNTflf R.Jf I t f fD

k. lunle right in the gsa, '
-I G BK-.V: !
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iv.thought Lou WBC'Omln'. tix.liut i I Id
Vl i -voyou u..11 mon..y : : I' ; I' ,- she and shivcrtd, "Oo-uoT
_._ stuptHtl
ANTE1)-AII ktn4 or empty beer .1 11' \ -==.=, I
IK, any amount you wantnu \ Hf.Mtrt.< 1. ""llIr.: ." All oovvtf I Every time she saw a w.iveCorain t .

..'.!', on- improved and 10w..1 city rales real! AM EIIUrcfLIrrr. .. a.. ifk, ,! I,1. I 1 in she ran and gav- rm! n ui d tail; gg1 Ml A isi ML! II I

:':!..r. !tI4", l"'JUlb Iu I''I'-If'' I11! .'ut.'III..h'uU aud old> uire pity liii..rtt- tup iic -.r----.". _, ------. --- ;.--- I I Little her scrcauuSho red stockin didn't w..t.TII..u .g*tEn

I i-n. \\ il -onlrHctA.MKKUAN; I It.r. .117ERNI1'' -
: _':".-oii wl ,/' / .4. -':;: J she eat down in lb. "..illd.S"OVIJ I .{ .
: !! \ out quito hole there
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-arryour pr prty. !' 9NIPU-lo.u..trrunrapply; tot.. ; her feet doun in it. than /'We draw oar own Bills of Exctmnxe on Great Brt: '.ln, lrJa16 j ,

,... buy or sold roil!pro-I'i'| \\ A I' No. 21 VWsi tto\'>.rfi- :.. ;" Pu.ul:: the sand all nai-k ania. Germany, Jo'rar.c&n trla. Italy, Holland, Spam, Belglam R irelaNcl: I I
la if" ikttrniifd 10.IJr..lwnu.[ IXK'itll l ./ '.. I lame all drlpptn', bark to *..e way Bweien.: Denmark and other Enropean countries. f : '
C. 'tV'fttbOD A Caonce - / ------ -- I
1 bor.
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j I : Lou half burled In the sau 1. i'
-:, aq'nts. t'01.h- \l'AM'KMii: ; to IfArn Imrlx-r trader ; <-y./ u -- ; Havin fun to the 1>.:1"1. 2"Vessel"! : Diabaraed upon the Most FaTorablft' Terms, and 'h'lI.t .
inoitrate. i'ueerruue ,. \ \ lltipul HaMini-fiiit-nt lay Bbuiulanci- ''ObligationsTaken at Port of egtiPawoi. Tn 1
'IIII4'nd That's how I'ats. 1' oLou nnd me Payable or KKtsec Dayi; ;
11 0"1' uionry of .rl\.lll.'iUUI\; i-lc. Induces !f
s ,! a bOUkrt. Sd-tf I meats to u,-taut''iiiit--. i.'ataloiu Sent a-swimmin' in the se.i; after Veaeel Arrives ther ) 1 i
-- fr..... wren today Molrr Barber Colli-, IIt | : \\> went In-\\" (rlierr-and -
...1.. I, :New Drli-ans. LU. (\0' !i lit, Looks cUp Lou went swlmmln' on the land T8afety Daposit Boxes for Rent in Connection : f I .

-..-, .erd a6ltrI I \\T AN'rr:11a: *icid iii South with whioh we have a Prl.aPB.l.tment for the Use ;\ t '
"" I borebend The Game of "llol C''oriole.. 1
1 ,. ,. ."I \ \ Afnrato run a.a" oho 1,1 '!I t Renters. .
'd li''i'.. i'otl I"h..m..ld111."r "\\ K".("A .alil- to look aftrr a nioulJrr and to take to With i Delight I .\. lot of fun may toe extracted from t.
'H/blik\1I\innet3"\\. Apply).I'.w ,1 I "
t"' imid for lnl"u"" : the game of "hot cockles.' The players :
Haerrmhn'I'hte.rn Kuildmi; not! !
r-i nry. Thai's Oa Illumination as I are arranged in a cirt 1.'. Mini one! of : !
1.R poiA1..1';.
i' we provide it for the home, properly them is blindfolded and compelled to i xj
rLtu I.'ttt Itr"I. HAKtiAIN coo he hart ,n one ltbl' I'I' kn-fl d.-wn in the! center. Tin various tentInlayfir' /II1r tvd1rr :1 I1
V !sewed through nou.l akiDI{ pipes ,, .. ..,,, .
and desirable I. :- .
linf t rtiJiic> mol I puest then adiance and mark theirnpi.remtjon --\1 ""h .o". !. "" IH. 'I' '. UIII
h .1 1 1: N Mll'Ml|, will] he'it II 'l flp ..,
of Soitsweit ntll.ut'Ject to uarantecd "
section' d
h' : \\ rlllbl .tril. n.'t. IfU'-nal lair rcxmutlor three >ear.. I fitting and fixture, from the plain- !; of her conduct l Io\ a lightblow. : :Clbr.41.: "\\ .i'' I.;..:. .' : .. .: irH
i Maria y. : Sf flan of hotter can bf even at raj offlce. A. It is for the culprit; to discoverthe ". < .
nnov.'w en #ill?le jet article to the tnotornate bo',1 .:: ;; ; Joe.
\ lubDs. rt
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and .... ...
person who salutes Lcr. the oue rh'' .f. on- II : I .\
I -\l.i- OU KKNT.......... I II 1' SALE-Tno-: mot 1Il'llrabl@loUln chandelier. K diM-overeil takes the rulpnt's place. ....".."',,,,.r,. to.,,OI-.. ""." .r.' ..:." '. .,.... "'.JI.. :1 '.

i 1. L\:r- \ country hi min the city on easy terms by the Palafoiitreet. KUherKe Ga? li htin* i i-> still the recognized -Xew York W.rlt i iI hsl..., .I.-d.t.' .. -", .I
al Estate Ag..neyt: South 11..1 '''' ''''''' ; .
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\ :tty one mile from iur 1"aim pt. .. .....j.,...... het rIep'a .
1 Baani' pr'p"II on __ safest illuminant and the gas we nr t."I'ln'' r'.,. -I, I. -
> r. pl.-ntv of n-li are -- u R Ihrv, n., :' ..
i>*rticular:> appiv at I'll I'll i;.Ilfl ItiMilllMCKLY -. I I famish ranks with the best. : BRI-T":., vt ryriM.'i'n < u< : l. 't.
... T ten n: f. to' ,
-i. aiuim r3 .J tr TTi I' :oar to'- -i i tnim t. \4 .f

__w i \ : rL'lN1SIiKP: : o t-.O; ; -forrmt. I May we have the pleasure of a call I v'' ., 'I. 'Il- U,'. ".... .. I:''' Mil'V;' :; : .,:. '' 1
: ..., southern exposurejcenirally'lo- N't j. Mu! i tit I .-ir, i.. I': it ."
''I''inly; ; llou-t*. 'c..t..d.pply at 10n East IntendnclaSlrcit I;I from you. I TUa Bigaatnre 13 on every box of the gt'Dulne ,, ., "n') 'h .' \.r |T....l ,7'- '.", '- '... f'ISFI. MT-C* -

_ ITnolm* Laxative 3romoQuinine, WI ? -" rfn 'V. ', .< .' Uv'l' ". w'1 I .'., ., '' .. u T fIn
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Ma. Mrs. Cocdon Spring'pro- Fur llenl- Pensacola Gas Co the remedy that core a cold In one ,. u- l>."'t d.l. ., t 7
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..:.i-unifori- Northern* of turn tourists at CK.: UK A. hall for rent or dancePte. I ANNErt SALVE SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUIS MO. ii'n>'
i. ('lac* to pen1 a corli'clm 1' to win riluu'tr Tics. Johnson ,
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or Din M urpby :olnl 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Peniaccla, Fla I the most healnrz oal\ol8ln taut worl I '" -' -, ,

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SUBJECTS. season has changed.Cold .

PROCEEDINGS I THIS MORNING ;: winds damp air, coughs, FORFALL '
Not all people are satisfied with their

rulers; but the subjects of "GOOD LUCK" i I colds, grippe, pneumoniathat's -
Tom Edwards was convicted this j
i Baking Powder are such from choice ; the order of events.
I morning and fined |25: or 60 daY A I I FESTIVAL
they have lcarn.J'y experience j
is the time of for
This |
charge of assault with intent to kill year
I ARGUED IN FEDERAL COURT exacts only the most reasonable tribute and ; I I FOLKS
wa* proven.A. with weak ten
those lungs or a
famishes: fall protection .to all under his J
THIS MORNING. F. Mallory, Bleeker Forbes and
dominion dency to hc lcoMs to fortify
Ed Abercrombie were excused from e..4 HERE'S A FEAST OF BARGAINS. ..< ,<

-- themselves against exposureby
jury duty.
Richmond. VlrginU. .
Attention of the United
The case of petty larceny against taking Scott's Emulsion I
court was taken up this m,jrniu? in ---- ------- ---- -- Will Spann was nolle prossed by $3.50 Ladies' Patent Leather Kid Shoes. .... ... . $3,QQ

bearing arguments in the now famous 1 iI doses give

I under request of the county:*olicHor, who Regular great pro. $2 50 L1die Lace and Button Khoes. .. .. .. ... ..... . $2.00
; case of W. C. O'Neal \
fSocrnitiOOS1IAND thought the evidence not sufficientto tection to the throat and lungs.'hat'5 .

charges: of contempt of court. I convict.A : $1.75 Ladies' Button, Extension Sole. .... ...... .. .. $1.40
i Mr. O'Neal was represented by \\ the use of staying!'

Hon. W.A. Blount, while Hon. B. PERSONALS present new week jury,wa and empaneled several cases for were the near the edge when such easy''': $2.50 Ladies strap; Patent LeatherSandal3$2: 00

Greenhut : :1 r i J1'I'i postponed until the January term of treatment will keep you out of j $3.00 )Ien' Vici Kid Bluchers, Goodyear: Wtlt . . $2,50

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t S'c525'cr=rc'S'Z5'.52S-2S2
sI both) sides followed a reading of the I the court. danger. | $3.00 Men's Box Calf, Kid Lined Goodyear Welt .. . $2.50
L. E. Page and wife", of Fairhope, I II

writ served a week ago on Mr. iI i Ala., are here today. FOUR TRUE I, For obstinate colds, for old I!' $2.50 Men's Box Calf, Cap Toe, Lace.. .. .. ..... . . $2.00

O'Neal to and show cause ,. I
appear !,! The Mi"e* Orim '* dancing class: '
1 coughs, for catarrh and bron- ; $2.50 Men's'ici Kid Plain & $2
1i I why the latter should not be ad- will meet Tuesday night. I, TODAY''! Cap Toes Lace Cong., Butt : 00

tuJ-ed and punished for contempt K. Harrell went to Brent's station I BILLS chitis Scott's Emulsion is a I These Prices are Only Good During the

1t4@ .f court by iUlrctine'ach injuries i to spend Huudiy.: lie returned last standard remedy. You can feel

s .>n the person of the relator to the I jwm evening; Th.l""d State grand jury this II the effects of even small bottle. Week of Fall Festival.

us to prevent him from carry- W. L. Hell left for Ker-tou, Ala., morning returned four indictments I I -

at noon yesterday on a matter of We'll send you a little.try,if you IJce
v.: mt his swcrnduttes :us an cUicer. under arrest. !I I
? busints*. against persons SCOTT 5. iO\\: '>\t, 4-xj Pearl street, New York.

11 Arbuments from both sides were ;i __- __ ___ I MEYER SHOE CO.

r ri t..e most able nature and, author :j; A. P. Higgins, a mill nan from BUSINESS LEAGUE A BAD LIVER CURED. : ,
!| Wewahitchka, Fla., is registered ati '
Lt tvi were freely 'juotr-d. At the con- !I i the Escambia today. I MONTHLY MEETING I! A bad liver is the cause of most of Fret FimiMier for ('ash Onlj.
i thp ills with which the human hdyi
announced 1
: .n*ton Jude Sayne: ,'
W. H. Byer?, of Mobile, arrived -- i i i sailers. The bet way to overcomethis 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
FI : 1
.* uf no would take the matter trader |1 uncomfortable condition I.< to
| morning. He was a former The November meeting of the I I which
rxiinine':' have a liver remedy upon
'VHenieiit until Ie! could
I|!1 resident of Pensacola. Young Men's Business Leazue will you can depend. HKPATICUKA -

J, : at :rule made: in the case in bank C. M. Ferguson and wife, of St. be held at S o'clock p. m. Tuesday, I is the thingwhich will give you a 000 .
i to I't., great deal of pleasure from its use ., ., .
t Noveirbr Isth. Members are reminded ---- ----- u
: I r' if :uptcy.; Louis, are here for the carnival to- and speedily restore you to health. i 't
--- ------ -- that notwithstanding the efforts -
day. They are at the Merchants. Mr. Jas. ilcNair of Pensacola. )!

; of the officers, every failure of Fla., says: I have had some trouble I- '

ii GOL W. C. CLIFTON I I I Do not forget the bazaar held by quorum works discredit to ; the with my liver for about a year and i W

i i young ladies of Christ church this organization and prevents the increase a half. I have tried a good many''; II OrllngIllen J
: kinds of also
'_ DEAD AT MARIANNA |'I week. Polite attention will be accorded of the membership; and that medicine, but found no physicians'treatment relief untilI I
I all patrons. there is business of importance demanding took HEPATICURA. One bottle I '\ ,

-- the attention of members has so much improved me that I : '
1 R. J. Stone, wife and daughter,

wz A r <. I.V.. c. Clifton diej yesterdayat from St. Louis, were among the; ar- I i at every meeting. New members have three gained My pounds appetite in weightin U good/ I .... .JTTENTI0Nl.1! ;{

; f at Marianna: from the etfect of aq' j rivals yesterday. They will spend are especially urged to attend. and that bad taste I had in my ) !: *

paralytic stroke received about ten i the winter in Florida. mouth is all gone. Sold by all drug 0'j j); -- - ..

day ago Ha was (C1. years of age I I .
;I 1 t'F, iud was well known in 1'ensacola.w& j I ., among ,; arrivals -,, II Jfudijin 's flit ;Best for ;) .
who will probably remain in I c. : ) *
tv j He was: a brother of Mrs. IJ.iykmI MERITS: OFOTR
Pensacola for the winter. i I .
\ .I- '- of this city. \ I .
j 1 1 Notice I is li 'rfhy given that the undersigned 1i
a '+ Co!. Clifton was a gallant: Confed- J. J. Mcua-kiii.of Freeport, is at I will on the 'J"th' day of December, )\ _\th:."---. .... .
the E-cauibu. It i"i said he will be 'I IMUi. apply to tin-Governor of the Mute of i "-
i of1 1c I Local Korecaal-Ham and cooler Tuss-I Kl, orient tor letters patent Incorporating us -- -- --- Si
te soldier colonel I
; serving ns
to conference I and accordAUCfWitli he laws'
s :party au important
?*r i' I day fair; light to fretti norlbncTemperature wlud.. I of Klorida, under the following charter, to- i
:fit t !, :,5'.l'.h Alabama: regiment with with business men tonight.T. .

'-, ;:t distinction. During: late yearn M. Avriugton and J. S. Fuller, I! in Last 24 Hours I.. "The 1. The OsceoU nameof Club tln Corapnuy.corporation" and it-hall placi he Ii nutchess Trousers I} Mnximum. ... .:..... ............... ..... .... Th ;ltr es of business, 1s'all111lcvunlY.: Florida j '
:! "Kl imp'JI tant po-Itions with the a torupfrom. Montgomery! : are at''I Minimum .................. ..................... dt'grt''b :2 "She g. neral nature of the business lobe ?

it X. railroaJ. I 1( the Merchants Lotel today, having j !, transacted or otherwise shall be the of at"lul.lIlOn real and personal by purchase I ,

' 1 't N : come down to attend the Cnited'Mates '' Temperature Elsewhere : proprrty.time holdIJ use, rental and ilispositioii ___. __. .
Mr I\neJones
of -
e"'t Colnmbu. Ga., ;\I..\. Min. by sate of tne same.mia the duiugof : .....::.....;,.: ;;;-. *' .

t : '.her relative, will arrive thi af- court. Atlanta... ...... ...................... 18 mliitmarck convenient all things or incidental necessary for to said tile carrying business! .. 'iti' ..
J .., .. ............ ............50 :m I of .
;' -It"ollacdtop over In Pensacola. Sol Calm went up to Fiomaton I'bicngo.. ..... _........._........... Wi H out a.! The saidpurpo.ra.amount of tbe capital stock "ball, 0. 4I
' yesterday to meet his wife, who i* Cincinnati.... ........._.._._..5J &i, be 'J5IMU I. divided into shares of Slmnm In Order to do so we will inaugurate! on \
t ;, r.niight: she will meet the remains Galveston_...... .......... ......__*M) ii each and shall be payable in cash the 9 I
N + r just returning[ ; from an extended j Huron .. ..... ... ..............._ n SS completion of HIM organi/ationof this upon coin- i, : .
t it will pas through; Pensacola on Jacksonville.............._ .... 7' rat The ttocklioldm by by-luws ,
? stay with friends in several !states. Kansas City ._...... ...............3., 3J adopted pany. by a three-fourths may .., and I Ianumdalile FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14th i
.4(4j( { f way to Columbuwhere the intut j' Mrs. Cahn returned. Key West ..... .... ................... I ill only tiy a like rote, place such W. ,
Mrmpbls .... .... ..... .... ....... 7D 4S restrictions and limitations upon the rigbt I .
,[44, 1'<< i '.! will be iniulf tomorrow.> j }:. C. Jamison ofh'cial time Mobile ..... .... ......? ..... .........7* ft:! to dispose of tllck.and tbe persona> to\\ born 0
.yyy Montgomery ...... ....... ......... NIl ArNew it he traneferred, deem III. '
may a they may
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lator fur the L. & X., arrived rebU-1' origans .41 ftj 4. Tile said corporation shall exist for A SPECIAL SALE OF DUTCHESS TROUSERS.I!
dew York ... ...... :"it 4 ELEGANT HEWGARPET Merchant today. Busine- avannali.. ... .... TN KI IIIR letters pntent to it. 'I .
. The business shall be conducted bv aboard 0 ;\ I.
4y2 f -- of fl\e directors, H president and a 3,
i t !his present visit. secretary and liea-urer. The directors .bsll I-
LAID ,, be elected aunually lit a meeting of the.tockholders : ; All our $125 Pants for 98c. I
to be held on the hrst Monday -
John W. Henderson, Eq; of Tal- MARITIME. .
j 1: In liecember of each, >earand the omens .1 l SI
-- hiha--ep, arrived at the K.,cainbia : shall be elected by the hoard of directors .J .
rt ( at a meeting. to 1m belt ou ibe I All Pants for 129. t
-- $1.50
listhight. He i-"> a member of the | our S
1, t'ptioUtercrs are today "iis : Pil in A1UIEll.. same dar. I ntil the first elrctten..t.5! j
Avery shall be president. A. A. Brooks secretary '
well-known firm of Henderson & ; Kr s-.UhattonI.: tlandrrson'rampico,
.. ,Jill; elegant tnjw v,.;iv Hendtr-3n, and is here m legal HI'rwout, .T.'J, t lower, 1I0.t\ln. to W : together with \\'. K. Hy..r.Jr., K H. Haner '; All our $1.75 Pants for $1.49. :
; : : Merchants hotel the new clul.s buMuess.i j l' 1I"I'rlIl1I II man and of directors.J. M. Roberta, shall constitute theboard .
t t lire' Ilenthtiflil. 1iI. llockllloorlIalll.., .
been for the 1\ The hlthe4t amountof wd..bll'dn'sioIuch I
tying procured diningr GultTrann
; to ( oGrrsprtikomnton
t .1 Le southbound! passenger; train ;,i 1'ij.i, Cirunps, Ham- \\ the corporation can at any tune subject I All our $2.00 Pants for $1.68. :
m" 4 i r- 'ui, hallway aul every lloor.About yesterday afternoon was crowded burg to S r'Shottwr roi Itselflull lie f"I| .
7 1 Nor bk ,lull 7. i he said subscribers subscribe for the ;
i Sigrid Patterson.Liverpool to
i' (MO) hive been with tourists here folionini amounts of stock, tu-wu. 9
yard: made nef coming to Iulln'auLO
: escape :
tt A.M.A\ery .... .. .. in shares, i ; for :
4 and have transformed the interior i, the hard winters of the north. Many I -- A. A. tfriKiks III ".. All our $2.25 Pants $1.87.
N SAILED. W. R. H>erJr .. InK. I
i t..n; well-kuown au,] popalar; hosIry of there will engage; in business in i i Itas Ciurli. bvullnistrom. Buenos Ayres i IL Haiferman.. .... !u.... .J I.J .
Peusacola. i I J.M.Uoberts .. In ie'
*y ( All our $2.50 Pants for $2.1
Y $ j into the ll1l' luxurious style. I| Stiininr of 3lraanrrmrnt. I fin shares.
a "r R t A. Hill of Toledo, 0., who was |i The "t'mit" is naiucd xfroiii the In witn whereof tbe above mentioned 1
Captain Kryger and his wife re- *
i here for a few days on business, took length cf that LJt-DiU in a full grown subscribers bate hereunto signed; their -- -- *

i-ss 4i '.,rr.l nothing too expfn-tve if it hU dt.p..rtureeterd.lY.. He said mail. Some say that it was calk-U so names.p'ln.I; A.M.AvEas.: 01 j

i t: i ve- ..tltr; irl'! tMinfort.utid hire lie would return to l'ensa- from the length of the foot of a C Ttuin A. A. HR: ""hs.
probably W. K. tit *:K, .I IK.. i
mii Knplish kins, but it believed! J M. Hoi.mi-. I JDiiliain | 0ln0on V S0n.
m I l
!stv--tfJ in the prettiest and nio-t cola within a few day to consume | to Lave Tara a standard of uivasuru- K, B. U.A....hM IS.I : )
mate deal which he has launched.
1pd :: 1tru.ivelvet: : il .
i -.y: 'or l'"pr.L' welt iimon the ancient Kfr.vptians. I
The cubit I is from the Latin cubitus .
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t1 L' t lat rOlld h\ -- .
f'uud- KWASIND UP I an ilbo\v, a D'I is the distance! from the TA IL Watm' & :..........................................ea.l...

,' 1-Un.w to the end of the Diddle tinker. I. S 0 o. -

ECHO RELEASED I'athum is from the Aryan, fat, to I
FOR PILOTS : extend and denotes the distance:: from INSURANCE ,
tip to tip of the fingers when tile
for The Nw hj
FROM DOCKS portf'd Daily i
T arm of an average sized man are fully Ciij'iu
ASH Union Naval Store Co.
---- extendedIliamonds.
-- I JlOtU '. will make regular: tri; h- t'A:

The new pilot. boat Kwaiad came HEAL ESTATE, :; ww.._...._ ..... u n: H ..... ..... ...n soWo Pensacola, Point \Va-l!,iu."'"', J
1 fhe powerful tug Echo, after uud'j.Ttjrtiujy : I Vntlrr Watrr. < _._.......... S 7'U .... ..... .... 1 w Freeport. Leave liayli i. -" '.
I** thMPU:;painting, rpI'1ir- : up from the bar this morning fort I An Imitation diamond Is never BO No. South Palafox Street. >_ ... .. ........35i F..._ .. ., ..- 1 i" wharf Thursday at Ii a. u'. ,ir i -

pilots and will return this afternoon brilliant ns a genuine stone. If your :M .. ... ..... ::11-, E.... 110K ; rive at Fref-port at fi p. m. m! '
{ II:< and fixing; of a new rudder, wag I is not l'11.erleu'et:1l: enough to det Partial List of Desirable .. .... Leave Freeport Tuesday at ". i
eye Dwellings .. .._......... S :Ki D ... _.... .m. 110( .
1 :< teased from the navy yard dock* i i, to take her position on the bar. The ;, ct; the difference a very simple testis for Kent in Various Parts I.._. ....._.._ 2 u'l t.t; below. .. 140 and arrive at Penacolifi ;p ..I t-:... ,
day. Fare, round trip, *;. w.
+ pilots of this association brought in : to place the stone under water. The of the SPIRIT TO PISTI'll.; .
t. is morning: and was towed to the I' City : ---- -- *;J. I U ,
n imitation stone is practically extiupubhud. : -
# two of the five vessels entered to- ':ii.l-I.arle: : -ptory dWIIIlr.jpeclltlly; J
f rlty. The new rudder was made in'' 1 > : while a genuine diamond adapted for boarding: liou,.< pureposes Regular communicationof

1 <'. iisacola. The next tiling will be1 day. I i sparkles even under water and is distimtly : ; ai rooms known a, 'Ponce de cambia I.ldlle0,15., Try one of our celebrate.
v Lean llouit-"at >o. Ill E. intrndenctaStreet F. and A. :M., 7:30 p. m.,
---- : II. Felt jlfattresxe.They .
4S.. <
I\ 'Iihle.1Jt'n ossible.. place a I G
tt IM} i fittingef oil tau!:, on the vessel Monday, November 17.
genuine stone beside the possible imitation 4.1)'si--Large2-storydwellln! :{, containing S '
W. D'C. KESI.EK.HARKYW.GIBIW. never pack or rfl"
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rooms witu all modern
4 N (, ;iLl! when she! steams away: from FIRST STEAMER under water and the contrast i lences.sltuateon North Knylen conn t
T t I'' Jcol\ her first steam will I* apparent to the least experl- IntAcvn Htronx Biitl L .-Soto streets.li5 Secretary. ,
s : 'u-: on trip
J. 1 1 eUC'IlI'YlS. torydwfllmgat >o.ii'iNorth Har- mattress, at half the prill>.
y4t : Cflona \\HU s rooms near bell line ,
wiii be generated from heat frou I "at..r ana .
gas throughout.ll.pmltorydwellmngonbelt Marston & Quina.
Hot Chocolate with line. No. 411
'i' oil. Tanks about
131 t :XH are ready, West(Gregory bftneea heuaard lie
j, Cream at Solo- \ tillers,7 Lath, of the brother ,
u,d were also made in Pensacola. Whipped i. rams city water and Owing to the death
gas.J.i.00lstcry FOR SEED
dwellingo. Sri' West \Vrighr. of Mr. A. Moojr, the wholesale liquor OATS,

; The steamship Vermont the initial men's.BAZAAR. containing ? rooms, city water and establishment: of A. Moo?. will be .
COACHES HAVE !I ga!. with large lot on prominent corner closed until Monday. Nov. 17. 2t Seed Rye and Chicken Wheaton
: :I vessel of the South African In residence district. i the ..
f i;. "-l't story dwelling \\'Ith y rooms at So. Mellen-Crosby Compai./
1:1 west Romana Force at Solomon's.NOTICE .
line, arrived yesterday afternoon street very convenient Try the Alcaniz
BEEN PAINTED :, A Bazaar: will be given for the to basinets portion of city. > street warehouse.
:, and docked on the west side of Comtaandancia IW.U5 l-siory dwelling at Mo. SOo West !i Phone 3.'H. zt!! 'lu.J
benefit of Christ church building Urt'gOrY8trt'et with 0 rooms on bell ;, _
i' : dock for car o. She is I fund at No. 4u South Palafox street line.In good location. TO ICE CONSUMERS.There I
fill 1-story dwelling corner Chase and I
consigned to C. W. Hagerman and j during Festival week. Barcelona Hr,, tt.5 rooms delivery! You can get your !tOUie i
J will be no general
The Pensacola Terminal Company ( fill* :&>1-story dwelling.' No.1'* East Wright
;i' was brought over the bar by Chas. I Anyone desiring to contribute to street 5 rooms,city water aod ga,. cf ice on Sunday, after this date furnished complete at Marstonlfy I
has recently had the closed pa seng I' fll\. >..Ie'll' I-story dwelling No. 413 \\ ItCba.e Nov. 14. Kindly take full supply on '
this affair will please notify -I t
deserving Quin
: street 5 and (( s on easy payments
't Perry a member of the opposition rooms city water Saturday to prevent any disappoint
ltd !r cars pointed a dark green color, Mrs.Walker Insraham. lOnlwNOTICEH. I gas.
I J15.75-story dwellingo.. '5'Y East oregory ment. THE ICE DEALERS. weekly or monthly-:
and these were used for the first 1 pilots. __ I Iitrt't't.1 a rooms on belt line. !i _

r i time today. They are very neat in TO CURE COLD IX ONE DAY: CHE'V $15.110-l-,tory strett.dwelling(near>o.Ht."'.K Katherln East Cervantes I will repair your watches and We will launder your spreads for
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I I' [IT HER the captain,owncri Chapel) rooms,outhouses and large Jewelry in first-class style. J. ] 15 cents each and make them l ': J appearance, and would impress :anyone Take Laxative Jlroran Quinine Tablets.: stits conslgneei of tilt Nor lot. cornering on ith avenue.A Stephens.I like uw. Star Laundry.
This signature fiJFfr L on t'Hry large list of smaller dwellings, ar well
a that new property had been pure box ::;C. !/lrG111rart onmbtellordebteeontraetedby asanumberof stores and omct's bolt KE r. I{ ---- -- --
the of said reitel. -
I : 1 chased. The cars will be used in the crew PETTKRHOX.Sullivan THOS. C. WATSON & CO., \! Try Gnnther's Candies ntSolomon"s. The finest line of umbrellas 11. :
I Hot Rolls at 5 p. m I0c- Lumber Co.. Captain I Leading Real Jstale. Rental and Insurance city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go i if> l lat

winter business.; i doz., at Solomon's. Consignee. linn I Agentsihouth .t'al..foxltrt'et.: :I them.



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