The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 18, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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) : WILL CE; FOUGHT: TO A FINISH.Charges : : !
I CHILD DROWNSJNJARREL j'IJ'.ie Saturday:; 5 iy Messrs; the stand today upon the convening
*', -I t, o. l.owndes, and Mitchell! ol of the coal strike commission and I FLY'S BITEPHOJED ;
> j, ich Crcke Out In th: : Wade President Shaffer' I
CynaiTncrcin 1,1<:.:uTh's' reso'.utiaa: provides Ills cross-examination by \\: )ne MacVeagh. -

:; Fifty Kegs of IIT i':::,> appointment of a commission which was begun on Saturday After Steel Strike Ajainst:; President

Explode: V.'it'ii! to' ;'ii\t iinifoim text books into the coat the Erie company, which open ,
,-,' ..jits.I I Committee Fcr ,
moil hooU cf Georgia. ates the mines under the names of tha Investigation I II

I Daily! News. I :.11'. To/iir, of Troup, introduced! an Pennsylvania Coal I company, and the Special to The Dally Xews: I I!

A:.!., Nov 17.-A fireS WHILE PARENTS WERE ATTEHD- interesting measure in the house prov.i'mg Hillside! Coal and Iron company Mr. 'BLUE

: :u the freight depot : that judgment shall be tendered Mitchell, who has been en the stand: New Orleans; Nov. 17.-The old dispute AN ORDINARY BOTTLE',

.. ia.Uvay! at 1'tll City, INC CHURCH BOY MEETS again all parties, convictedof : since Friday morning; brought wkh between President Shatter of the CAUSES DEATH OF ; I i
this larceny, embezzlement, cheatingand him a number of documents! and books Amalgamated Association; of SteelWorkers ,
... lu iv. at 4 o'clock
PECULIAR DEATH. swindling and like crimes for the which he frequently refered to in or and President Gjiapers. 01 :
':.luwi-J:; by a terrific ex.isuited IN NEW YORK. "I
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? -- amount of the !property stolen or fraud der to refresh his memory. There the Aml'ican'cdfration of Labor, f : +
., in two persons
ulently obtained. The !,)11 providesthat I seemed; to be no falling off in the interest broke out afresh in the labor convention '. I
ad t. u injured, two per Special to The Dally News the value of the property sc of the proceedings.A this morning and there. is every prospect i i J

The dead are: Atlanta Nov. 17.-While the parents stolen shall!! be !included! in the fine large number of persons patiently! en this occasion that the firm Special to The Daily News. 1 I

UK reliant, of Tell City. were attending church yesterday morning against the defendant: or he shall be:: stood in line In the corridor of the will!! Le to a finish.: I New York. .'OV 17.-Herman Kauf. I I I!

\, ..IUIU-M.! brklL mason, and while playing on the back required to work it out as a part ol building! in the hope of gaining admittance The datgl'sI'l're originally:: made man. the :Sycar-fM: son of a tobacco I I I

?\L, lid. porch at his home, John F. Green, the his sentence. After this is done, it to the hearing. Only a small by 1'ris.idcnt Shaffer:; after the termination dealer living in the Bronx, has died: ;

.' i are: : one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnF. is provided that a warrant for the portion of them were successful the of the great steel strike of linl.: Scorn the effects of a fly bite inflicted I

J. jar former member Green, of 15 Queen street, West value of the property shall be drawnon limited acror.molations being almost! Th'yw:(' to the effect: that President last \Vednc.-day.: A few hours later I

.::"j, u.ialature and Repine : End, was drowned in a barrel: half. the county treasurer! in favor o: entirely taken up by counsel for both GoniiFrs. of the American Federation a small spot male by the bite de- S I

I',,; I t.r< congress; in tbd I filled with water. the party from whom the property was sides< and mining officials, representatives oJ La ur, arid President John Mitchell!, voloped to a swelling which extcnde! ,

: two years ago; arm There were no eye-witnesses to the stolen: in case! such property is not of mine workers and workmen of the L'nitLd Mine Vrorkcrs, tad betn: over the entire check. The swelling I I

,.:1 injuries; very s.- accident, and the exact manner in turned to him re'l who are employed in the mine guilty of ununion! like conduct in ro-I continued to spread until the whole !

". a l.l.t..1. which it occurred is not known Mrs. Another interesting measure was !ij Turing! to support his organization in upper protion of the child's body wax: I : ,

., f.iit: :.1, terribly: cut Green, the mother, was attending Mr. Ayres of Polk, which providesfor ito iisht.Tdlaj.J ) distended. \ .f I i i I

., t ll'ingtOJ,1; church services at the time. She carried the trial of felony cases in the NEGRO GAMBLER on the other hand, it is as- The doctors wore powerless to give

her infant to church with her, city courts of Atlanta and Savanna! su<'rt that the association over which relief! and finally the victim bled. Its I '

; .'..:II ''rui'f'd. leaving the little boy at home in care and ether like courts in the state, o\ KILLED 1':u.i.'i-jit Shaffer presided was tryingto playmates say the fly was! an ordinary I ;

!"l. : ,Ikt! -u. of the cook. The little fellow began ('Apt where! the defendant is HaWf! ii 1 \ io'ate! its agrc':mccts: and that his "blue bottle" The phyKiriajis! : believe ; '

-.t: f .d Air Lice, playing about tho house, and while ''the death p-nalty. This requires aramendment stand wai uuunabic.! Relegate Sheridan the insert was Infected with ;

'.1. : ) '.jurl'd. the attention of the cook was attracted i to the roistit'ttion an'; f>t the Amalgamated association erysipelas germs
: .\, r, \" ". .tvWl, Ga,, in another direction he went out was referred to the com.V having I j I S'f'e'; ,1! to The Daily News. a c'i'.lcaKi-.e cf President Shaffu in I I! I ITHE Ia

on the back porch A few minutes' charge: of such rat SMUTS. I Columbus!, Ga., }loli'One negrois the convention threw up a bomb b. I :

_. 1':1.: it-trrss of later a lady: who resides next door' :Mr. IVjtoa. of Ilabtrshan, wants tubctttr dead and another is dying as a result asking unanimous consent to intro '' ON LITTLE I :
cd iiL' J gad: came over to the Green borne to sea equalize the work of judges oi of which broke duce a resolution! calling for an inv'stiaration ,
a fight
up a gambling ;
.' > Mrs. Green. Not finding her in the superior courts in the state. lIe iatroducod of the charges. Bath parties I
:: a disreputable
game :
.\ : .' ta. house; she walked through to the back a bill providing for the formation section known as "The Bottom,"negro just announced that they courted the invtEtigation. SUNFLOWER Iv! : '! i

porch, and there a gruesome sight of the circuits of the state into east cf Columbus yesterday morning. and it will be referred to a I I
'- i:. P. I. ', aria !IjriA! ,''was revealed. Lying! in the halt divirions! oi" three or more clrcuitaeach ; A crowd of negroes had been gata special committee of five two to b" i ,: j

i filled barrel was the dead body of ths and requiring! the judges to rotate selected by President Campers two by ,
bling all night on the bank of a little Special to Th# Daily News: : : I II.
:< Jyl! I .1 i' in the circuits within their rfsJth'p .--
.J.eon.! rig:? child. creek just north of East Twelfth President Shaffer and the four ta I. ; ; .
'. ;::,',1. The body was quickly taken from divisions.A street. W Carter choose the fifth. After the adjournment i' Smedes, J.nss., Nov. 17.-P.airi, which f' ,
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I young negro
'.. tinw i- !' srou'ii'd" the the water, but life was extinct and efforts bill! to proud for a state health became angry because the ethers had President Shaffer asserted with began falling last night, was still coming :[ ; ; ; I

.r Mare i alarm: by re- at resuscitation were futile officer at a salary of $.'',000 a year, :)1! won from him, and opened fire on great emphasis: down this morning and the prospect i; I

:' .: :. :- ,,,.!h',-.. This which Mr. Whitley, of Douglas is the Russell King and Pugh Smith.: Smith "The entire thing is a scheme to Injure for a resumption cf the bear hunt t I
.' 'V ,, author made its aptuarance in the and to discredit that I from the
10 ran to tt; was shot through the back and was me me so camp on the Little Sunflower t't t
t RECEIPTS SHOW house It provides that J3.000 shall! i cannot be re-elected. I I
f!'d;'It The killed outright. King was shot through I had no part was not flattering. The rain was ; I
: it ;3n; (':1..( :i ('l i be appropriated annually} for the ot- tho! head, his brain spattering tineroiird. in the presentation of the resolution net a pelting; downpour, but a steady : i I I II I '

'td! '. the place a'll I ir' : INCREASESpecial panses of the health department, and but is still living, althou: I; offered by Sheridan: and I believe that !!I old autumn drizzle, which the weather !! l I I
that: the health officer, who shall bo he and : wise .
: while a laud ;< thought! to be in a lying condition. He Gompers are In collusion regarding hereabouts predicted might con '
: appointed by the governor, shall hoM it." tinue for several t
: railroa-1 men days.! The chances I"?
was removed to the city hospital
.. bus office for a term of four years. Similar V* this statement made ti that the I
; ( ;auj.4: a ing the! day. Carter escaped and is'' r-en was are president's fun is spoiled ,
*t. i to The Daily News: legislation his been proposed before suB at large. Mr. Sheridan he denied that there was at least for today. .: ; i

." ,iioIncludin! :; the! I Colunsi'-s.! Ga., Nov. 17.-The former general semlIH's. His notorious ia police circles, any co-operation) between himself and The manner in which the colonel ;" {
.. scare also wreckcVi. Columbus warehouses have received The house, by a vote of 77 to 25 and! had Just finished a 12 monthssertonep President Rompers. The latter sail: stuck to the trail on Saturday long after J'! '
v-> li: season 35.027: on the ounty chaingang. Th'
ling were gotten away bait of Jasper, providing that lid copiesof I when he says ho did not desire the chase and returned to camp, earned for
s of cotton against: 29,*;>*> bales lip tiac:;. u.v occurro': outride fl. : city limits i i j
t ti.! m. Several of th-! to this time last lear. The present I each general bill favorably reportedby I Introduction! of the resolution! but it is him the profound! respect of i '
iiifrht: here.LAMAR. stock is 17.M'2 bales! against ll.iaa! committers be printed for the us* i utterly false to say that I am ia Holt Collier, who said he was "a powerful i! I

bales on Nov. 15, l'JH2.: of members of the honse. Speaker 'I I l'''agn.' with :Mr. Si: ndan: or anybody game and lersietinous hunter." I' 9 1 I .

I i It bas hoer claimed that there will' :Morris rulfd that this resolution dil 1 I', WAS BETRAYEDBY eae: in this matter" Despite this tribute to the presidents t .
.A'f.USIA;!; I br an abrupt falling off In local receipts: net cnrtomplate a change in the rules i I pertinacity, it Is not believed here he i ,I
i and that action could be taken by i
would start out in such weather. (( I
after D c. 1. as the crop Is mostly! NEGRO PREACHER t. i
SUICIDES marketed hut hlSE'rltopinion": majority vrte. I II I WOMEN he concludes to remain in camp today .I! I
a new are Col-iraim cotton receipts The house adopted the resolution 1>7 i he will be fairly comfortable. On 1 'I\J I,
,I Mr. Kelly, of fllascock, making h:3 1
IS STOPPED his hunting i
for this' season will not differ very expeditions, he is accustom '
Australian ballot bill the special order *'d to roughing it in all: kinds ofxvi t
greatly from thos of other seasons. Special to The Daily News.
The Dally News: Last year: the warehouses received tt; >,- for next Wednesday morning 1m athiT. A good tent over his heal I 1 '

:\ A i..-Lavi USI3 OOo bales. The weather this fall has mediately after the reading of the Jour Ma'ioa! Ind., \O\. 17.-Tbe !local police Special to The Daily News. to keep him dry is moro than he has : ''I
'. -'.i throii-'.! the brad been extremely favorable: for the gat-! nal. It is provided, however thatit and Captain Halls! of the secret had in the old days when he wag ; I 1
shall not Interfere with the general service Decatur! XL1.! Xov 17.-A n'-gr caught in a !storm while after ling) i ;
!List ul.Jtht ;'fl be' :-tc.i erin!: of the crop and it is claimed department, of Indianapol's' I i
.. a Cm'ra! of :" cy'a that the long period, o! clear warm appropriations bill or the general tat !I have located ia this city the headquarters preacher named Christian: who ha game in the Rockies. r t 1 .

.::., which manned l lit > weather has di-vclcpi i a considerable: : act.A of a band of counterfeiters. befn prearhinz on the streets her.* Tomorrow night; the party will break' i. I
'. resolution by Mr. Blackburn, )1 was given or -:, ,' head compli'iul! top 1''Oil.; Many planters! claim! Low- They raided the home of Thomas here in
... Fulton, to make hw bill providing for Vane Ske tjs Saturday t > discontinue! his time to reach lemphis at 0:20:: j I
wus a prorainftt nio.1 : ever, that the top cop: is inconsiderable the neighbor and friend of Lon o'cloclC I
:ember of the lams a police! patrol'in each militia district Hendeison, the Indiana desperado, whj services or he would be arrested and Wednesday morning I .

.ia. He was :27: years I of the state the special order fot. was shot in a running fight with the sent to jail. This negro in his sermons '. ; .
Thursday morning after the confirmation I' y I 1
police last summer. In Vance's hose has lippr. trying; to array thtegrol's

0. S. Cook was d<.liver. CAPTURED ON WAY | of the journal was referred to Henderson made his last stand against against the whites. Some *)1 1 MACEDONIANAFFAIR is r '
the committee on rules. :
the e\prfs---ior.s used by him in regardto
at the MuhoiiisrIanur I the police, and there he finally sur
walked in and! rendered. When the police broke the races are too vulgar! to appeal I
TO FREEDOMSpecial I Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. In print. Christian narrowly escaped QUIETER
:-i. saying: open the door leading to the room in 1-1
.> J''I! Ut no cnc speak ili: | The little daughter of Mr. J. X. which the counterfeit money is said; being mobbed here.

mi gone," and walked Powell jumped on an inverted rake to hare been made they found lead: -

:.ins. to The Daily News. made of ten penny nails, and thrust white metal, silver, borax a white powder YOUNG MAN ISFOUND Special to The Daily News; ;, J .
ion of the sr\5i! '; Cabcllo: Venezuela Nov. 17. ladle and all the tools 4 i
.ii: Pueblo I lone nail entirely through her foot necossayto Now Yo ;l., Nov 17.Affairs in MacS S a
-. fearing he was not -The government warship Rayo arrived -!, and a second one half way through the manufacture of counterfeit con'sexcept edonia are steadily quieting down saysa f
', him to his Chamberlain's Pain Balm was the dies. DEADSpecial
: lullowej here yesterday bringing as prisoners from
Times dispatch Constantinople :
..: that closed, contb.u four revolutionary generals who promptly applied and five minutes Two members of the alleged ban
WI1of London Although during
later the had by
pain disappeared and
the! Central depot were captured on board a small schooa- no more suffering was experienced.In are In jail on minor charges, others the past f",,' weeks th. representative M '

';.an informed them that er while endeavoring to escape to the three days the child was wearing have Mt the city and still others who to The Dally News: of the Mac,-donian committee In Bel- I: ,

.\ .ik.: a up the railroad island of Sura co a. _. her shoe as usual and with absolutely have been informed of the raid can Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 17.-Saa garia have been busy gathering subscriptions i if : !I'I {
i dud!: and! just as the PILES. no discomfort Mr. Powell is not be found. Two women are sad for the t "
Morris, white a spring campaign ;
,i': "tit they saw him OT is a well l known merchant Forkland to be members of the band, and it's young man, was found I '
Constipation mostly conviction! prevails in diplomatic cir- j
dead in the woods near Dulcata.: a
bt Ya. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and through of them that
: fore h'! could IK one the police!
piles. Masses of hard, dry faeces heals such injuries without maturation mining town, yesterday morning. Then rips that the attempt will prove obor- f'
the! learned of the work done
train I !")lpej, : packed in the bowels, press! on the I and in one-third the time required being were no marks on the body to Indicate live in view of the fact that it will ,
mii.zh of the pistol to that the by the usual treatment. For of be discountenanced by all the ) i
veins to such an extent the manner his death, but this powers
i1 tirtdJuat a= he fill sale by all druggists and medicine A Violent Attack of Croup Cured. will receive moral I I
circulation of the blood is interfered coroner is holding an investigation.Morris and no support, of
-' :i'!and on dragging him. t '\ man.
'" a distance. come expanded and piles is the re- Try Force at Solomon's.'udgin's mine bad croup in a violent form," tie Rock, and came to the Binning,
I says Elder John W Rogers, a Christ- ham district about two weeks ago. Look Out for Fever ,
: were gatbired h '
."J cor.\e> ed to tJu up hC' Ih': I sult.Cure the constipation by using | tKe Best: far $c. ian Evangelist, of Filley, Mo. "I Biliousness and liver disorders at ,. 1
HEPATICURA and the piles will : What for extracts '3 i important
few doses you ray
her of
--r. Lucius Lamar, and i gave a Chamberlain' season may be prevented by
heal themselves if not too far ad- Hot Chocolate with bat what you get for your ,
-1Ir.mont l. vanced. As HEPATICURA is en- Cough Remedy and in a short cleansing the system with DeWitt's r i
i!ho store revealed: a le:- tirely free from irritating effects, it Whipped Cream, at Solo time all danger was past and the money is ten times more important. Little Early Risers, These famous = : t ,
.11.! The letter stated is well to take it in advanced cases mon's. child recovered.'' This remedy not Burnett's Vanilla costs more because little pills do not gripe. They move t 1 r t

.;: 'M of life and intended to keep the faeces soft. !Sold: by all only cures croup but when givenas worth more. the bowels gently bat copiously, and l i, '
MEAT & MALT has marvelous soon as the first symptoms ,
i druist appear
!5e ; '
!left his lands toP by reason of the tonic properties, I t
dietetic value. While refreshing and will prevent the attack. It containsno The finest line of sterling silver and
/alvth Lamar, other Do you want a magnificent watch opium or other harmful substanceand give tone strength to the glands. a.
brother' and the stora for little money? -If so, call on pleasant to take, it helps assimilation may be given as confidently to goods and silver novelties is to be Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, .
.' to a salesman, Albeit Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- cf food. Sold byDANNHEISSER a baby as to an adult. For sale by found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Sidney Kahn.Bubscribe.JorlmMws. I t4
". 1"I' a bv him. commodate you. 1 BROS all druggists and medicine dealers. please all. ; .l.l'i
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There's many a farmer's wife sits on the night policeman -
friend Charles Daly) an impecunious porch in the growing shadows of a summer of Nashua Ia., write- : "Lpst winter ----

actor baring got aa engagement: evening, knowing to the full what it Bank Circulation I had a bud cold on ray lungs and 'orl'

la St. Louis made the journey there is to feel tired out ; as if there was not ESCAPETHWARTEDDiscovered \ tried at leaat half dozen"advertised I

from New York and stopped at a hotel I another ounce of effort left in her. But in the United States could not cough medicines and had treatment I
she knows how from two physicians withJutett1n
_ In a back &tr L As he was being t.Ii, purchase the assets of The. benefit. ;; i
any A
sound her slumberwillbeand- : friend recommended
shown ta his he I/; by Guard in Ten
room was startled by Foley's
Honpand Tar and two-
!Y.l' Mutual Life Insurance Company I
a most demoniac yell succeeded by the how refreshed thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider

most horrid laughter apparently from I the morning will nessee Branch Prison.HAD of New York. it the greatest cough: and lung '

some one in a roJill on the corriJor find ), r. That's ,, I medicine in the world. W. A.

they were aprr .chln;:. the tiredness of ( STOLEN Total circulation of all National Banks in the l'nit* D'AIemberte, 121 S. Palafox St.
j KEG OF POWDER. Stales, September 30, ijoi:
The servant hasten to explain that a healthy Ij ..'-7 v i

It was a KfnUmiin who had bees woman. But $323,900,000Awtsf GENERAL FKKNCI1: SCHEDULE
I it's another \r i With This They Proposed to Arrange
drinking ton much and was suffering i -

with delirium: tremens. Not relishlncuch ,I sick thing woman for the'i to Blast and Blow! Their Way Out of .f The Mutual life Ins. Co of IW! Ynrlt. are! Following is the schedule of the

larger than those of any other company in exmenut! jfovernment steamer General French
a neighbor: my friend hesitated : feel tired
Prison-Powder Was Cbtained From which THE
about prom-ding farther but on the Rest NEWS prints for the
? i only seems 4p'
$ :benefit, of the merchants
assurance of the servant that this was i to increase her I II I Works In Coal Mine. 352,800,000Since who ship
hEir ,
; goods to the various
the first time that the sick man had I suffering. Just I army As a cleaner! soap doesn'tGOLD bee!!' :: -.'_.
made noise as in profound -11,1' Knoxville Tenn., Nov. 17.- \ organization:: this Company ha& paid policyholders posts :

any Charley concluded to silence discord scheme to cape in which six state over Leaves }'p""COIlL_..... _........ ... 75Oa.m.
proceed. a Leaves H rraQcn8......-........ -....?...... I.5ia.) m. DUST.
He fill)) almost jars the ear convicts were interested was discovered Oeavn ficKens ..... ....- .. -...... .-..._. Soua. ra.
asU-ep instantly. How nioreforciblyso '4 and thwarted by the Tennessee $569 I 59,000 Leaves 1;%, r"n?& .._.... ..-.-. ....___ :lr. a. ru. GOLD DUST does more work. bef r s'--, .. .
long he remained t-o be could not tell now that she tt Leaves ensseoln ...-. .... .-_..._.. .. ...H>:15 a. m. It cheaper. It saves backs as we. .u '
branch at PI "
I but some time during the he prison, tros. Arrives Harrancas 11 ::1') a. m. and then
; night was has stoppedmoving which is more than other in thr xakes Made only fc y THE N K FAIKBANVeo :
While the convicts! any company world I a trip to Fort McKee and then re- ;
awak<*J by a quick sharp noise at about, !. were leaving the tut disbursed :arns to 1'arrancas.Leav : New York. BcsfV.akes :: -

J hilt bedside resembling the overthrow this tired woman feels more acutely the mines Saturday evening a guard observed ..B Mnrrancas .-.--. ...-.-......-.-.-... I -is: p. m. of OVAL_FA7: '
that convict : Writ! today fcf Where shall I Insure? I Leaves Pickens ..... ..... .... -.. .. 1.25 p.m. -
of a piece of furniture or the bursting aching back and throbbing nerves. I, one had something Leaven feosKCOla .-. ..-..-... .- .-....- 4Stip.: m.

open of a door. Starting up In his l bed, Sick women, hundreds of thousands of under his coat. Examining the pris.oner .- TilE :MUTUAL LIFE IXSURANXE. Leaves Pickens .. ...... -..... ...... 5:15 p. m.
them have: been made well by the use of the guard found Arrhes' barraccns 5.:10 p. m. and maiet LODGE DIRECTORY
!i he was horrified to standing a jug containing
FCC near : Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It COMPANY OF NEW YORK :rlp to Metie and return.
I him a figure In white with glaring:: establishes dries : I powdtr. The convict upon UP- \VedneedaysandSAturdays! the

; eyes and disheveled! hair. ppm.ntl'j drains heals!regularity inflammation, and weakening ulcera- lug questrjnc l related a plot in whKi RICHIRD A. McCfKDV President :oat wil leave R.urancas: via Pick- f KNIGHTS -Or

: about to spring: upon him. tion and cures female weakness. I I he and five ethers proposed to arrange CKCIlj: \\'II.I.COX. 'm anager. .n:! for Pen act la at 6:30 p. m. PYTHUiiv

ft}" realized the situation. The victim of I Iman.t Words cannot tell what I suffered for thir. I a blast in lie prison or stockade and Jacksonville, Fla. Tne General French is for army .1 'nKAcola Ite. II.J k ,r"

a ixitu had escaped from hi!. tern year-> with tlltrmctrnu.l.. and dragging-: ,, i'ffitt aa explosion! which would enable purposes only and any ouMder mu-t !
d'i\vn pain* through: my hfps and hack." writes II. H. 11101t'iTOSpllt.: :ave a pass; from the qaarterma-ter ) me"tI'' ". ..
ti.4 watchers. : and obtained admission to i :Mrs Juhn Dick"on. of Grfufcll Assiailnna Di-t, thfm and perhaps others to cs' i take her ins Rt ; 'It. ,
his N. W. Ter "I can't de-tribe the miry it wa Pensacola: Fla pacage 01 II I j In. 'h" I ,,'. ..
: room. 'ONThe:
< powder was obtained from I. '
I to U- on my ftt-t long at a time I could not eat ._ I ta- :.:nl1'I.Ii: I -
u When tlu al'PJrition'anbbl till'I nut ,1t"1'; (tfu'n I ished} to die. Then I saw; works in the coal mine where blasts I ; .s:: ,'r..; "- .

J dii-njijiejiraiice affected him! )lnss I Ir Iiircc' rieilicinesadvtTttowl and thought I I being r: ( : '.. um..d
i no seriou j-rrpared to dis'orige! ; coal (
I would trv them iiil u<4 taken one Ixillle till
i : ) >Iy, for lit Knew not from whatqu.irter I of'I'.l\'o"1 I wa, f fnlint< well i'rt..crl.llon'After'had.ind, t one iken uf five'Coldcn lottles I Thr- six convicts are now being dj'/: / By Special Kept( t \ t1 lli''.[1'1 1 Hli1 '. #;I.r H.It,.. ,K. ",t "

i tUI'lllt..t an :tttitk'tnthint! ; i-ipl:re .1.HUNGEit.
Medical "
I> I like
KOV T\ W.T i uew woman. j .
: l1tP.f'tjIY t'apIlM :re ; 1acnori I __ _
was pri'driM.: to !such uncertainty I Could eat ant skip and do ill my own wot It." I _
CAPTURES \ to P.axsa.m! if ( I
'SHINER.Jim : .
: i 'J1Uh ;
i I and. momentarily! expecting to encounter -i The Common Sense Medical! .Adviser

: lh in.iiii.nh" groped his way inthe i i is sent free on receipt of stamps to payexptnSl' Couldn"t 'i\ Tt":bi'aud 1nJl.'.; '. t. ;: The Beer

.. tJ.! .it tll tli- table where h'II:1.11. ft ,I of mailing only. Send 21 one-: Lu Bnzendins Stand! LiV.1 I DR. G. GOLDSTEIN '; J I---- :inin.':ir*tlio \ __ I !

4 1 thcctn-lle.! I cent stamps for the "book in paper corers, ing on Berries Any Longer. I .. t.. xw,.. 'II"U I'll r.,.. That MadeifliHJiapWU

l N"-\ir will he forget the horror of : or 31 stamps for the volanie hound indcth. I Gallaiin: Tex., Nov. 17.-':Jim Li I ..It 0 't \i 4m.icT! : <<; ; ; -

t-i 4 that: MtiiJtiion.: It seuned an II?< tl) I Avloress. Drl'icrce.. .. BmTilo. N.Y.. ll'lhnJirlt': the noted moor.;hmoi. \\'I'dI !
-- ----- --- -- THE EMINENT
'C : him! Ix-foro lie uf-ceedoil in' I, gathe ufnicrs so maUi tiotible! KIth.a -- i ( ,
: 111 illS conn>ssiim riuill! ,'flflelbdalslusemerit i : H
n"ii; its t'f'f.'hle! glimmer penI I : ( i.uiy' n--afuIly evading !!i rn I-: ; .CMICKESTFF'S. :: > Mki8Mw! \ r.-i
\ :
.If the tli-ik. i Joe !;.:t upon ::. > l' tG.:4PLL9 ;
I traitd! the room, to his astonlshmratH rear for t'slu: :40I1l118. has been senUnul l Iao....'! a'Nr.:
; ; I the edge of the! Usl.. l'III,1orlj! :! to r<" OPTIG _- .. .... : I
J .
-c1lI : -g empty.Arming call all the circumstances <-f flue; ense. m tl.e: t'n:' ii tats roan t I SPECIALIST of ;. ..\."' ltl. M' .:. .-... ..'.1., 1..11..11 "n",. ......" .. i -I'.

i ,$1 Z1 himself with his can1 heoonunineid i !iay a (ruot: $I IK.H antI 5cVtIan,' Lj( ..1 '. '::1. it Is---i t fe'.. t..I.I'Ui" : ,
| While in thi.-5 Kisition he ..., ...
J [ slowly raised __''- \- "I' I M ; ..- ,
a search, but without t'iCOVIT yiar to:' ..--.nil: :it.t?: ri uiiiier.'li JI -- S I.. .
\ "oh.r
his 0 H.iu
: (
headlu! > .. .
h'-t I 4 .'ig the intruder. The door \VI isICHkoil i what sei-iniil to:i be his the i'\.s eiiconntertvl Itt cuts ,)-t 01 t1!-----l; !Kui: prison !h.' I' REMAINS! AT THE ESCAMBIA I i"..,' ., 'r 4 ;'.," -7r :--etta.i.t; ,- p.';.n. ..1)li.I!.... i VICTORIAADE ::

on be inside and the window Lid nppurftion thatI ILl. t ar > to t1! : ..f \. ,_-. d'. ,. 1' ,.1..... ..........,..uiais. 'I
revioualy : \\u :a. assau.t: a. : .La.-,, ., ... :\! 15Y AC.XIK: ; H, '
.: I presented its- If. A MVj I ..i.. J ....., '. / i .MHliSr I
sPetr d. Thereas lint one closet in to <'<.;rnit muni! LONGER.I "ie..i.. J !
ond HOTEL ONE WEEK ..... .
j glance rwldi-iKtl! his ch-vks, with U I Ia .1..1' I '
't ... ItM'rM I.DlI i;
the and that I- .",_ .. I i 1.1! |
rixim was "" : I
t empty. shame when he recognized :s: ;, :.. s.oIsttxa: r'i I ))f i;" illJ. ':1 I I t'
himself itl'a Ii
i I I.N
I : ,J Afi r lociUiiig ov.T.vwbfro that it .- Ii i -1-t\
mimir. an\\aoraH: ett, J.t) ; d I ti. .11! : n. ..:
14 .]. po. !.I!.!o or ini>o>sili!(' fur i i
i no 1. I ,
f. any The explanatIon flashod upon him in 1.:11..1:11' ;. j. -t'! .t :J 'I 1 loco:, I IIJIM' .1i' $ c' t- Cr5!: ; l :IDANNHBISSER BKOC
I'I"'TI" hiniM-lf) ho | JISSISEJF
lirt'8 !
,.4k i long i rtatb 'I n moment and with this! clew to Riii In
the asMirance thnt ho was the only him down.Vx.. '_. /.44ql,0) lii.Gruai4. %! he discovered that the imise which al ,- I : .r !I'is band *
iintalioiil ,
1j : ff---- > U ur ul.-ratii-ti
t ; occ'ujiai.t of tho ronm. Could ho hate ; had nwakem-d him was mad by the tta* all., ,' ed! to.o \I..j' ti : ,..1nionths & TJ*S Bet *-, tr- tere. tf lauvulld Civcil ran?*. II I I, V, Hitijif J VL'VVMam
4 : IH''-!) Uii.sUkonV 'ould% it have l been l'ainI-t. ani tiut nitria'
: c1reallI '! a I porter of the hotel. who U\-'r-tnn'I..l a;: iin !1\: ,j I ill the won --a a 11,1 E.*. C.iCj-c iC3. glut r poasonuu.a.tINCaEtIO. Home-4ol :s, I'll /. :i -; -

\ 11b At ill chair in an attempt) to t'xtin1li.1t; n near his! hoii'>', livin: ?; on herba anAild : e !cN by flrrtggfafa, I It r.. Exchanare-O-; I .: .. Ii I-
events there was u<> moresleep I t-, ti or .eat to pial.. ,
for him I.irup which was burning in thu c> >rTi herrna until! r.-tul.! red dPSjK'ra I I., taprrt wrper, rz i I P. o. H.)3: 2l.: l'i-n- .l' I: I ,I-
-' i .: : hmiselt he was ull1t.ft'r about tu ,RO to tlrfNins the;- j dor. Stai-tins in surprise from n heavy lor someMi.nd to .at h.- Wtnt to h-; I i i 3 --'a'h.e'tf iitiiIijt or 3 arnI liutIlt vii,Ze.a.eti.$73 II I, Phones Il.i-' '::1'I.

1- i1 ; t' ofili-e of thi hotel! and apply for another I I sleep, my frloml U'lieM ly the !brief! home, wlurho wa" tj.iiiied| ; by o'heia : 11"tiLvIr. I .

Vt- 7t room when it occurred to him that light of the 1:imp which shone through <' lrnn thifc (plare II f liIe> } eataihrcakfznt. .: I --

( gtti! : It I jibe transom of the lour: his own reV.ction The offlc'r .tated j
j ; would IK; rather ( iiibarras&ln to explain I
; I
'. i! in the glass: which d.sarpCitred: ) urheni'mp! : : looked WICKE CO.P1mber
Iii -
: t'I i ,.J his tea-oil fur dcniaiidlnchaiw 11 m<-r< > a wiM.ran / : .
'a : I of course i\ lien the light was extia than 1.i (.i Ooldtein the wi-li known
6 j And in the hepe that it was I a 0: : "ii fc <.ia hfoin': II

tvt:. t nciir lUornin;::. fur he hano watch hewnipiml i guished. .\h.-n <';aPttt'h.! ,-,. \'. .,' a'ider:' I I'I (),itic t'|).-ciali-t. will. r..mtin in Ptn.icola -

i ; the .1.' kin r -r. Jill i"t"rpil'g' ? Gas and Steam
iMtlrUithes I c-oua ttl and sit: in a ihair awaiting IlrO the!!!!'I break him! Mko :Matter I IL;* Ilos.Mr 'I ... 1. invites at all Hotfl de-inng/ Eicumbi.i to have: whereIIP l.t fitte
gl --faojuted I
t? i ,l of day. Tin- I nill- I uinUrstaml\ : that's n I ,
candle hurtx-d 1 to its soek to tin ir et_ l'" to call upon
_I1 t 41 ft before day dauned.: Its tirst feebleglimmer smart. do'; your huslinnds Rf.t; thit I WANT SHORTER HOURS. ; him. The Doctor a-k a c.irrfulperueal I II No. It Scuth PaJafort: $(rcct,
1 ? bell l!) just what his! master does.
; hnl liiirdlv: mi'Je its I of the follovriti;: : AU Xti, .
{ o Plaabin and Was '
a.pearI Mr Fitting iliterlala Ke." -. : .
I Jill-Y s he's :t'r1)PanD1
; vrnwIinK alw.t i had
:1l ; Havinij
: arce when he tll'=-<'1'1II1.'I! to tlie office t Textile Workers In 300 Mills to Make malay year experience -

4 f t-I1 nnd aw-uted his brejikfa, with tile the house..-from morning until! night.; II Demands. with a large: practice, I am enabled 4' '. '.'''I4.f1fIJ.A. .'a .,
t4q f I to relieve thoe
deferin.'i.'itioij! of seeking other quarters Phiailtpia.! N'JV. 17.-Tlii: : ty-fi\v persons having 1 -- --
rr..t" "n.1 1Vltr... any ailmei-t of the eyes canning pain i -
j tI afrerwHid : thousand
v textile oporativts in 3t,1I mills: i I
and I'a
j impuffcct sight. I will
-'tj ..4 : lie hud divided) to say notlnn of his i It is said that oue of tie! :frrop.t; enemies in tin',, city will make a demand upon I satisfactory examination giveyu and '
liti I
tT 't4 ; of the overland telegraph; hue ill ar ROYAL STANDARD \lVIllSIcES ( \
'tt scare. V.ut: when the clt-ik.: surprisedot : i central Australia their employers I lor a rduriion 01 the eyes with suitable gla -I'I|
i.s the
I' .t; his e.-iriy appearance' inquired if he cuinuuui Kreiafrojj. their hou-t! 01 abhor from 6u to 33; a In the rapid progress of -cfc'-

kid not rest-d comfortably he diteriniiiiil ; In order to save the insulators week. Th'r! was decided and ecientilic invention for tin- )pa-t.. Years Old ia Cases cf f 4 Full
1't t' j from being broken by the lightning; theyare upon at ameeting : ten fifteen ti S3.20 per cast
hi or much
) to .imiide in him! with the hope, of delegates years; iiub "-n
relwisating :-I
) '. : of obtaining an explanation provided with wire "dHthilals"leaihhmig done i to discover% the real tMii,e ot LLJ -- -- .- -
J the mys ; unions which embrace the entire local'''
fttT tery. 1 round them at a Kttle distant 'Io>s of Yiiail power in both, > "ui'rutid !' ; r 'itt-' \VHISKIYIditiiiii I at t'i-, :N'M F.'

to conduct on to t bl' Iol! in csistof textile trades. After a Ions disctnrsion ..Ill. and much has been 1 I.. II m if" ,, ,) K '. Ii
/ and I'1ur..1 t !
ap The el.'tk. after hearini till >: -tillery ifully m: I i"a wi
k : the circumstances. need. The frogs climb the pol. < ami they: arrived at an unanimous
:t- was eMileutly lielifved that it Uiul the insulators e Mil a-sj: |>li> to tision It was said today that the ,!.If" the defectof tho eye by tt-!: u-i oiglise -. '. II'II'I, quality by anyVlimkiy oi tin. niin: .1-'

iiotlnnK but u iln-am: hut to satisfy their Imdics. n'ld fain-y tiit! *!'ie "drop mand will! be submitted to manufacturers -; ;*; \ .)" in.ittf-r where vriid miced.! Tin1 Sti"il: !: $:u
: : DI)' liien.l. he Mat to inqiiire if tiie Spectacleshonld be n=f-d wh'-n/ .
|! IMT"is put there to t' tl.em with not later than January 1. I \ \ i- Mi.'l t y.-ar4 Old whpii bottled: and, coiiidii I I' .
I sick inna h.'d left !has room during! th i \tr the vision becomes in the It'a-I \ n-i .tc'IIt.ut quality, is the w'n-k' '
j a !ad!: scat. Attfta action of the conference will bi \ cheap-t < .\
-t, imp they yawn either .
L nfehiHe; Impaired: by day or night i 'J. in.iik' at that price.. As a b vTafo. ai.'l
: i .rrl' stretch out a h hit until: it tuticbet reported to14"11 individual union by Common
i should
ii spectacles .
nut bi .
1111 I''IIII1l' ("IStItssnranl'C of I mi ih-i >!!iit' ly pure -timulant thore inoin' b< "
I ti't: pil'- n'suit, sml.ien ilesith the! the delegates at their meetings! tlii.- u'Hl under circutnstancis .. .
to .
4! both t theatiiin -, that lie had ri'steder. i any .1- \ "|111\( ; i d t in cases containing uo mark- wl'at< \ r

k.%: >' .,- q.netlj ;nid! th..t such a thiuit, fro:. and ns the Imdy c )iitiiues to eon week. Then each union will 1'11"t : the light is uuf-venly refracted and hide it'- contents.! If purchaser upon oxmr ,

I Itupos, '|1,1... ,." neither of them wn ; | d-t the current to 1'll'th"l' luive a 11 delegates which will: meet the legislative i such causes tin1 eye to fail v ryj! 1iitt_ th,. \vl.i-k.-y! is not -ati'fieJ with tl.i bud
t.I! cl isi il h:>. t'." ". I'h: ; in the papers to the cOWl and the organization ommit- 11 rapidly, whtrea-; I'.UAXILIANPKIUJLKS : : ;-_:l. can ri'tur'i! the -ame at our txpou-o ami I i.;
: ;
Strong that "in eons.etuenee fit an int>>rriijtioiiI tees of th, Central Textile union.t I or the HXKST: I'HVS ., ._ will be refunded.
as t'rtestimony undoubtedly j I TAL LENSES are prc-perly ai, mtl All dors should be -
to the oi b
I liul''l'l' this accompanied
:i i-i ; was, II failed ) caused lij a cy- meeting writtendemands mil!! :>n I >
l the
to shal.c: f'li. will .
friend's) notee :
my In'lief i dome ihsturnanee eye perisici ain -' 1:1IIT; VEAP.s 01.1) (curr-ticv. po<>-toflce! money order, b-ink d 1',1 f'
ii I: the interor! WI'nri. prepared, acd! the e\art time for sub
th.1Ollila' : youth. but f .
om- lull'istl'll: his -trengthenod order. We
: refer
room. 7C pren onpy to Fit -t :.Nc
t- } $ ; In the !:111'e oi' M-ttni}.' h..s: mim! tit rest I I j unnhle to pres-at' our readeis with mitting them to the operators will bo I ..VAL: TANDAJ BWI\: > any' merchutit in Pensacola.S. .

::4' the eli'i'x! the usual eai.ies from Imigbimid'ih. : decided upon. I IEr.1MA In all cat'S of imruff'ct'I-I"11) :
-I':::T:.1. th.:t he sho.iM/ sit: I
near 11&.- tioor and headache cati-pd thf-rebv i if < ': I.[\ "YJ'iI f'1
or '
tho .
breakfast i Original
roni V.ViIJInu Cnkr. : will rrluf
spectacle give To A. FRIEDMA
nUll ins-id t1t' fI" "s of tie! j Our GOLDMAN SPEAKS. -kJJ 1:
;:11.'tto I woitdng rake is the remains of :. eyes tired weak painful, dimmed 01- x
: ..
i $ : idcntu.if. IM) ;.ihlt.. the intrndor. i "Il!>toa wtup-liy. Human lirido IIt'1111n i L blurred, they oiler a -tre'lItII'IJlIg're.t :

!i'f; The arr.uiiroiiiout: was carried out I betleft ban tliri-- bt'it cars, nnn Famous Woman: Anarchist Addresses i and refreshment.! In ot I.orib I. SiiEPEOPItIETllt: I'fXit'IIJA., \
: 1 i- t null after the 1I.t Cust had bnakfaste j many centuries later an English Lrid- Audience (In Chicago. i j j vChlcaRO. *, removo thp cau-e of the diffictilty. -

; : ; e' inoiid! wis: funvd to believe wore on her head) a ebapU-t of who.... Nov 17.-With 2
): 3 that none of them I men and two patrol | ongin-il brixlitnc! ,. beauty and! I
-3 1 1 could have been tie i The iiltondaiit girls threw corn either wagons held ml' I ---- -_ ___ .
o... n '-- IntnidorTbo n !;*'TTe at the east Chicago I health. It requires proff<-ion'u
i4 In icrain or in small l hits of biscuit or ; nVl'nul'station. j
I ..
L'unl.incp. even when the l 'l!
< !<-rk. surprisoil at 1113 armnoas I t'ak,'. IIIMIII the beads ot the mi..\\'ly nuir- with (Inspector Campbell. Lieutenant { i is tlfered the fn-t :irti< < 181 !iMiidlf. vpry class of Liquorhultt -

Ic iaI In his boiler"/; ditiTiiiinod, to go upstairsond : neil couple and the guests picked up Smith and! six detectives in tr.> | d J as and they eyps are require qu'ntivisimniIir [ cum I al''' >.r bo'H.down.l wholesale or retail, at |pr.

-?-' 44% 'i5 make an o\.iinitiation of tho room. i the pi"cs nd ate thi-ni Such was the hall and Justice Bamburger. in his pound lenes. way

This \\a" iloi.e in tbo presence of my I' bl':;:unning cf the wttldms cake. wLu-h (O'irt ready to :issue warrants, Cmma Many j-pr-ons ime jIJSf'l: of t" AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEFR.

kt friendho aocouipatiieti him withoutdisciM did not come hito general use until! the Goldman spoke) before 400( anarchists great refractive power or too -troii.! --

; J -. 'c cring :uip
: '4& other tlio iloor and windows nil Iiosi-tl of solid blocks laid together and Police precautions proved unnecesary ?-, or pconom.zp; that tl:...; TABLE.
E-$1 of w-t-t! ho may not hold the type ;so far awsij' :
.s'of.s.I lvoro soouroiltihon nvl l I nil with for the
over suir so that when carnation in her hair
was'morl' from them ,;hort
ho \.iiiinio-l them after hrs the outer cru>,t was broken over thebride's fiery than: anything Miss Coldi i' entirely a mi.-takp, as this causes I
.L.- fun>riM- thf I IN KKKtCT; JI T! .M1JKK 1. IMITHE
iii 1:1:111.:0.,1: !
: and anliovoil head the cakes inside said
fell on man She did! declare. however j; the diary iu
___t; w ,!:1 i h.':isii'! for h.i\uigivitod: the Ut ir. and thpr1'1'1' then distrib- that the pnhre! were "uniformed am- ,'I of Cry-tallmn 14-'nse, I New Olviknq and rIoMe

_ i uttxl 'aid havo t., ---- -- --- --- -
t : : coi'ijiaiiy. mals, and that the people cf the coun. you chunge for till -- --- ---

i ___ ___ rtronaor IPII-I-*, in No.1. '
try were "ahl cowards." rapid -urcps-ion.: !.O4. So. 2. No I. "I "
: i,land !lose tile ]1'\\ t-r of acc"nimodd. 7j5 a Il m IIO; p 'avi! .... l"'O'OI'L __Annl 6LO It I :.i P
WEAK NERVESAre lore ITori. Tor 'Itiern. The audience was mad up for tTu tllJU. or Iii-.. the to !IIiO" !:n p 1IC a I Lv" ...- ... to'IomatoD ...-. Lo-a"e !:I"\ .. ',iI' fJ
"Wtll." said the hollow eyed man, most part of Russian Jews, and about fowpr adjust youreyes 11:00 a 422p:: I 2:55 ft L-ave._..-. dlJblllJ Lcave Jt 100'1 I: It r.

i : ikI 'I am glad! the suMiers wIII'e the to ditrent distance-s, consequently _= :-5p :IIO" 1.\ "l..w_ tirli.U. !.! .!......:.L-av.. .. :.AJ \1_ 1 ..
_ tt? jr*'n,THlly cm-cd! by th-! blond: Oll ; one-third were mompn. There weie you will have to wear glasses. :OI'lh.
i- becoming impunt'ter,-bv depiiviii '::- 1,1 4lI rl'iIJ no red flags dlt-paye,1; ;' from near ctnd distant viMon. Thi I __________________
\V.iV: .1-k\1 the other. I can be avoided by
them of the proper -tr*-lItCthtnilJDourl.f11ltl'l1t. "ll': .<\ii)U't' will I". Brussells Police Arrest Englishman. 'of, focal using No. !. No. 4 1100,1 ... .
iliey needed
F1 to save ; proper
!Vocurc W" erve- power. "peetacle-I Uu6pm 12:15p m Leara.... p.n-&eol. ... Arrive 46ilpm .
.4. you mu-t. th -rf forfirst purify and huian: 1 life, at the fi....UiallCU. glIllt's.- I I Brn!'ses.!! Nov. 17.-The police have If defective pyp- are 5ISam ":"j P hi Arn.... .. .I.f'.1'1! 11:111\ .

cleans" thf blond.! Tl.n/ .,.aiu Tci'mtie. arrf,:,tfd/ Englishman named James 'II run uncorrected they are liable to 11:511&111 .:Ot pm arrtve.. Birmingham .Leave !! ltm t i
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yon 7apm a:10" 10 Arrlvt'. a'D"Hld ... Loe
1 lead Ir'anic.truubll'
_ I 1Iu.te ttsr'- !-tenmehlitters. It will -- I I I Hardic on sr-p'"ini; of his having been I J to some which :::Iol"m .I.ia m I Arrive 1.04181'1111' .. L'aH 115pm : ..

,kfttI-: perfect the 114.! : .-.ti.ln make :ii.abundince (') n1c..J. conr-i'i-j with tfu artrmiit male Sar r will noce-itatb \ .., .. I I < by -killed occulist and 1:2111\m $' m Arr.... .JoIt. I oii" I i.vr '__4.:1' ci ," .
'.1'! ln>althv blood.I ', ---- -
: ,:'; bnrt u: \ir \\'"ii f-iT lady." nrc-iy! ci the life of King: Leopold by .
..trl'l1'rwII; '! t'" ..iveauJ: inr"riv. may re quir an operation to OP ppriotm'd ; )Eli -A LAAND'aV JB.; JUNC1W.No. N.
i il I 1'1 .tried '! huana
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: & tea [).\ '.' t'.iN-i I j' vn j N. HILIIKI il i on tlueje--. All the UII'// .. .
taa' 'i fl-U-aby /Ilo t.I.. .. '. ,
::1 V.101' Ujn.t; : 1.,1..1 'l- asjtut r"-lIlt. cia bp Itn iUf-cl to IJ-ltallyIN.t..p.'ttII..I. > -i' .W
HE u
: tIW""I'1 a .\ j K V ITHOSTETTER'S COULD HARDLY GET U?. { -- -- -- --- -.
It as. "- t XI.t\: a'. kll..i"I', 'Mail th.'t i'i"d'S tisit tiui a ,! P. H. !rwlt f'Xh'IlT.Cd tn" -utfi r !r be r-- 'i lllll II m T": .. m <;Ia'ftce I ,.'.' .. .11110 .. Ars. p ..: -
faint ':"..rt .:i 'n>t aa ULiuu.'d.oJ: ;: t-ul." :, DLflyof A-hiey II: writer ; \eved, by tlnMi-e: d properly fitted i j jI i:1b nlllti 7..3". .. -- .... -tile ... 7 .
1-; -'o'I'W:: V r.n i. ,; "'Th'" ito certify that I 'xtvs tlk"l1 -pect'icIu., 12:0" j"I'I H I.. ) It :a 'I"I -
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I > I :II" 7iM -'; Iit.1a '
two bottles of am now in } ['-Jicl'\la. the Ho -
Foity's Kidney Cute "' 7j" '.1 ,'H. ...
i[, and it has helped tel Escambu where I will, remain a 'I I:!'$ 71: ii .. ..- .. a II .. ..... ..
____: : Forty Years' Torture : me more tl'an .nij few days \ -pared to fit perfectly 12'M"- 7 ;5" It',.... i .ty -' I ; ..
STOIVIACH jther medicine. I. tried many advertised aud JJII"!:; 7:. I :: :: .... ..t-a I I .. i
BITTERS To be relieved from torturing disease !j satisfactorily the ey.i of any t.Ii: : I m. _.- .6oouLIe .... :: .

i j" remedies hot nine of; i,/me de-siring it with correct Kl-issps. 1.65" 11:15": H.. ...-.. RolLs .... .... -. t, I
't after forty YE'i' torture might t gave mR any rt'lietI, druggist My office Louts are from o'clock t:!Q" 8'i'.Q" ..--.- Mll1laG .-..._ I .V ;" .
_ a:SI" 1tIM II .._ _..Crestview------_ .
: NOIKFI well cane tne :pratitadp of any one.Thit rf commended Fol-y's Kidney (;nTfo ,a: m. to .( p. m.MinWIt'KItY.. II ) !I'M" ........0 tl4r Land _.. I .,:,M n",. j
acdj it i' ..
Before I.
acurf d me. c''m- _. ..
'::3" 1:18" Mo..YUnd.._ "
I is what D"Witt'iI Witch ii'
_ HazpJtlvo
; i1; it hare been D.el1cini it& I tOl ,. H _
authorized to take u-y wa* in nch a I: .. .DeTunIaktpr&v&a.ii ":.1 : -
: '1.iI ; fob-cnptions: for \\'ia. Jeunsn-i *- \ did for C. Hancy. Geneva 0. shape that I could Kirdly :et 4a15 IIH ,. ___... Argyle ..-._ !I 7U .' -
I up It .. ..
i The nnderbfEed take his 4:4-" tU' ..POI1U 4. Leo1__ I 7 _'
:, t 1 ryatl';; paper.: "Tue Commoner. H? ":IV"nE'Wltt' t\ itch I\Azol I Ie1Ve whf n np-dnwn" W. A. D'Alm i' yt jllr-nnz } method 5:110" IAle' It .. ..Wf! tvll1e __ It 1:7":

4fVit The price is $1.01) per year m ad cored rce of pil!<"1 Aft"'r I bad I ,jberte. 121 :0\. Pili'ox-t. : her services as a 6 eI" 10:11' .H. .. .._ Cary"IIe! _"___ ,. 7 2 .
9r= -:h.1 licensed ... .
_ : midwife
.eIiU vance. Those desiring the having Ie=- _BoLU&y.._ ._. I" :
pape: intfTf fortyyear4..' Cure CII'''. I l bad So year experience. 1J:08" 10:17" .. \blpley ___ .. I1:11I"
can have it sent to them by sccdm: C .sTOi= IS ..
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Cotton -
<1ae: :
Can best 'i"
1): : f)1.00 to the under'd.H. !burn?. wonnJ*. !skin diile3i'Ps. Beware 3..s" It ,'li Yll F :rays ) live of reference from. 7:08" 11:211 H N ___f8rlaIlDIIo ""_ .. I I" I -
l lfAtt.e
)[. RI'HE. nf counterfeits. Hargis1 Pharmacy C.A eading; physicians of this city. TIII".. lIa" .N. -C1rrrau.._._ N -.4 "- .i I Ii'
-- MRS. M. GIDDEX, 1fI l1U" .....Urand Ridge_ N :1
Care Daily: Sew: i 1 John Sheppard.! Sidney Kahn tLDt1lZ; JIt: 114 south DeVilliers t-t. 7M" nasa noon .._ ._ tlO".1 ... --_ ..... "
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II Curse .11'i h F

I Trouble Arose Over Remarks Made t
-_. ,C-, ;.-_.. '_'-_ ._ :_' : --C-. : : About Southern Women. I r.! :
Chattanoaaa. Tran. N.>v. 17.-Andrew c 1
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J. Harris. t>l" Ohio and A. LDovrney \ :

&iuiU" t the Ulysses S

( ;) Grant AUnluaz.c! : : mpicf,! In a 1 !
LI Jim Dumps' small children liked to play pistol dual in feint of the mrilica! cut( j DRINK St

S At" having parties" every day; I 1Pge building! this morning. Each fire i '

And so the merry little brood I six shots. Harness is sup:>ose'i'l t' : I

'f 1 Had milk for tea and Force for food I hare ten shot In the abdonen. I>owner I-KEI>

"Twill keep the little folks !In trim; I was not Injured. WHITE RIBBON; \REMEDy.1 '

What helpful play! "Sunny Jirru"JTU Harness fled with the assistance of ,
t I friends. Downey returned to hi? %o t,, tt. x.. ,,,.I)1"n loi Rues. m glen pt 'j

ro'>m In the college: and hat not lit krrt" r,fni, IT i":'rr i ttli"Ht I'tilutit i Inoirlntge.WHieKibhon i' f

hen arn1 the: : diM-awd appt-utc for alcubulic nirauants. I( t
;'r(' e over remarks: that Harness hal I wtrtbtr the put lent u a confirmed ;
made afioat Southern \vo"nen and that II4..brl.up. u tippler. ," ioci'"l drinker or t I I
drunkard Impo tbleforanyunetoDavesa :
68 Harness called Downey into the street apprtite f'r alcoholic liquors after using I. I
from the college building. \\1lIttKlIbonll"mlOdY. .{ 1
I nil..|>-d by Mruteraof: W. C. T. U.
9 F Mrs. M-'ore.DrefeU suprrlnh'nd..ntof0. ,. I t
TWO KILLED IN COLLISION. man's l'bri-llan Tftnperacci I'nlon .D- ,
ORCE" turn, California, writesI bare tested I
I \\ bite Kibbou Remedy on very obstinate
Wreck on Penn;ylv:1: ia Road at Bolivar I, drunkard, and the cart's have been many. t I ;
In many ewes the 1.nh.dyII given 'ecretly. I
licur-to-Scrvc:: Cereal Pa. I cheerfully recommend and Indorse .
Bolivar Pa., N'ov 17.-As a result! t'nUm Wblt..lUbhon I'm..dll'mht'n rind of I'our I
are delighted to an econo
Ca rrar-end collision!; of an extra nu caltrratmentto aid u- In our temperunce (! t
Work. !
freight train and a light running! engine .
Uruggiatsor; by mall, U. Trial package
on the Pennsylvania railroad at
: '
freely writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend Ifor '
this place early today two m.n'r<> years secretary of a Woman's Christ- :

maKes a play killed, one seriously! injured and two ian Temperance Union'', 218 "Fremont !

engines demolished. The dead ar St., Boston. Mass. :ol'l in t'-i:-icola by '
which pleases parents.Sweet I: Engineer II s. Moore Itanudh Kru-.. 21 !-. r.iufni! M.Jle.llcal I I : i'

I Brakeraaa L. V Dierman
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The injured man Is W. I) Dick fir- ; Ssn 'ty, Attenuou i

i man. fliers will be a regular meeting; ct I
The wreck delayed eastbound traf .ha Peusacoki: Medical Society at; I I :!
crisp fiaKes of wheat-and malt. fie several hours. .fce Board of HuaUh olfes at S tl
)'clockp.ta. Tuesday. X.>v 11 and 2;). I ,

.! i General Bocth's Parewe'l.Chicago. Visiting physicians: are cordially t I '
.nyitei to attend.
a 0 I Nov. 17.-fleneral William i i.
DR. C. : I
Booth bade what he termed his "i-pir- President. .I I '

a.... !itual farewell" to the Chicago members DR. L. DEM. BLACKER,
Valuable Food for Children."I of the Salvation Army last night 'tt2ottf:: Secretary \ i
have recomntndfd It to at Ira tiftt'en ff my
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friends and all hate haI.1 results and praise j. after addressing three large meeting
Fon.e' a* malual.le foo.1. nut<>nl!> fur children but during the day. The morning meetIng If you want a good Bed : : t
for the old as will. 1 \Uo(' oil"' tlllA luu'" a Jay. lhavo at Princess rink, on the west side, ; .
four chuJrt-ii arid they a.lll..w It.0 do 1. stead or a nice Crib for the t ;
Xi-s. J. Ll.MJLEI KEE5.B.1AL was packed as were the afternoon and
nlht: meetings at the Studoliaker. baby, go to Marston $ > ,

4 Nearly l.OOfl persons shared in thjfarewell. Quina's. :

9 General Booth will spews:
to the general: public tonight at the

E Auditorium. His topic will be "The CHOICEST ,1

Past Present and Future of the Salvation I '

.,'____ ___., ___ .. ..a-&{" Child Drowns In Water Pail. f FRU1T 5 1 AND CONFECTIONERY ij :
Waycros, Ga.. Nov. 17.-A year od: ,
child of Dr. G. P. Washington, a n'"'
-AT- I!
KTO was drowned by falling into A I
bucket of water which had been sit C. APOSTLE'S f ; i ?
In the yard for a \horse to drink gat.urla t
; CARDS. Seeking"King of Ghouls." The mother of the child :
,,,,-- .. -. !Some of the niO"t anxiou? hour ofa Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 17.-Deter- I I tilt work and miaing th: ,
mother' life Ionth"f- when the i Its On aril."Coiipf. tiers are searching for William! Mof- baby beran a search finding it heaJ Formerly Cordova Restaurant; : !Stand

VV. C. ROWS, M. D. \little one* of ills !hou-t.luild have the I ." Mill: ii .In'" 1'triaisun./ "Ixvai.t tilt the alleged "king of white ghouls." downward in the bucket dead. Asfistante I One car-luad of Pineapple! at 11.75 i :
croun. There J iUD other medicineo who was released from jail through was summoned immediately to J2.UO per dozen.OPERA. ,
ml thf Imwo IIf the bed '
} s I'aUl to
z juu I
fo1f.>ctive in tin-! ti-rrihle malady I trickery or a serious blunder. MD-
all efforts it fu-
but to revive proved
il'K.r. Tin awfully tind! of biar-
'I .t I. : p. n I as Fuley'" HUHt'1lf1.1 T'ir. It i* a fitt's bond was made fJfltlO.: but hew tile. I
!household favorite: fi r throat and I lug; tbi in en'.I!>. from ( HOUSE !
released custody on a $1,0(10
T' \ << 'H<" .r;. luiii; troubles. ai.d nit contains: co "I.iuni," rt'l'ii''ll11'! : lYum-son. "I aa T

_, opiates or other poi"m-i it can besifelv wtiulil ilu almost itLytbinx! to oblige bond. Moffitt's release was secured C.XXCKU: cruF.n: MY iu.ooi IUL\I I .. ... .. ._ ..__ \ i \
; L V C by a young man whom the police have
siven.V. A.
you. but I'll !" 1""I'l'ltlstuI; rib roast- 1 !
K a.:7 r i' II-\. P..11..fo1" 1"' I c d !if I'm ;a n:is t. i .1..( tho trouble to tot been able to identify. j: ,tllkin and lM"n\ J'i.ea"ea 'nr.I. ; Saturday, Nov. 22. 1\1I \ : !

j I till i:| ::my: doir h.:'ins at this time of Mrs. M. L. Adam; Fredonia, Ala., I Matinee at 2.45. I
Oil Gusher In Louisiana. ;
1'.lIt. Gig : 1 took Botanic Blood Balm which ef- .. !
i :M:" !Ii: now tl!, r..-ilt of his prOCr:1t-; : Welsh. La, Nov. 17.-Well No. 4 ,i tcftually cured an eatin cancer of i-I 1 ,

PENSKCOLK | ,, :-n. came in as a gas and oil gusher yesterday !i the tio>.e"aid face. The 'ore I.ealed i i i I
Little Folks
I I'itudi.dt; .fnelt, t'.t!: ";l U1t' nihtI afternoon at 5 o'clock and is -n no perfectly. Many doctor had ; f :
| :a! '. ". ':" bid uiiiu-U: uitrunce strong that it has been found I imi>osoi- I! given up her case as hopeless, luiu- I + 1

I Iii I i'i:.> !I.u' I ir ii.rli ii h""Ult'ntn; LIe to cap Is.. It will! be permittej J Bred* of cageof cancer eating .Minstrel Co. .J
.k II i'i'\', di-jt: -1111.\! up th" stairway, ap- to spout all night in the hope of sar sore! upperatlu swellings; etc., ,:i .. i

F F TIVAl'' : I : ... :"ii tUit! I I-, tiro: .>va door and push I fss the casing. The oil is belt; sei! Amonsr have been other cared*, Mr*by. B. Blood;M. Oueruey Balm., ,, '_\ HS-W f j 1..

U I: ":'" H. I 100 kit Into t'ho air. Warrior I'taud1:1.. Her no"e and i r
tiLJ 1! > ]liy Request will Repeat their Re. I II
r 1: :' ".t a :" .1 1'1- -:11.! ]W!.<' the walling beef, with offensive f
Governor Terre:! Signs: Bill. lip were raw as
aJ EIll II! .1 i i i-: MI.ii.i from the ore. cent Great ucce,9. .
I I Atlanta, Nov. 17.-Oi-v'rnur Terr''llhas : discharge; eating I
i 1.. ..' ;. !'..:.n I l..j.. .- it i* iot really Doctors advised cnttin/, but it This will be their last: Appearance I ,
affixed his signature to the ball I .
: .: t. '.1! lUJ! tae \ went failed. Blood Balm healed the t I
1hi:h amends section 73::a of the civil this Season. ;
OiE i i. t.:. ,t >t i '\\ ::l.\" HI two jtlllljIN.lh corm, audJr Ou"rney i* a* 'I I ;
VEE1C, CJ"''!''FN1! M NOV. 17th21tii ,.' "I j !11..! .. :in'-i I 1I fi'urc tJtit; ';'v Fcril code so as to make alderrr.en or councilmen well as ever. liot-inic Blond Balm ; Doors Open at 2 O'clock.Sale :
in cities of this having : : i
.:: :. v :. i ii, I us! ti.dine! bis rte sate cures cc7ema, itchtnj.humor\ :;,
scab,. and pcnle*. bone ulcers
than 80.000 inhabitants. pains
:1.0 Hi; ti. li.nm1: of more eligibleto of Coe1,
v < r : it <' that spats begin at Friday, ,
'. 1. ..1a i..i.u ...... -t.ii 11loilel1.--CJ.l'a-: the office of major, or other office offensive; pimple;, blood poison carbuncles Nov 21, at 12 o'clock. ,
_. .' elective by the people, provided they crofula. riinand: bumpa l' I II
J vle: ___ I I on the skin and all blooi troubles.Drnrrgists I PRICES-H.\x Heat? and Two Rows

ii 1:._... -- "* ..._1' .... ", .<,.' """ .Jno _. !I first resign.______ __ ___ *1 per large buttle. Balcony iVJc ; Adults, 25c; ; Chil- :,
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Ill Thnt Ir Knew About. '
"It i! 4.r'"" Itnws This! I sample: of B lUnic Bleed Balm treeand drt'n under I II I yearl lc. ;
i : i; .;: ': I 11. :. 1.1 ..I.j! l ui'ii'i; I.s011: at Cjli' prepaid by wntir! Klmx B.ilm
illr.! r.' fl 1.
i ,,"-f'"w;. \::. I ,Ii!! m" m ,! Toln -': ": \ .
.. .:':! :. 'f. : o! f I't :i .' :- tlJl'r :"I I I.,,"- v-iii. t.i|Hired whcii cannot be cured ty Hull's Catarrh aealedieUer. It is ct rti.ily worthwhile : BALSAM, I :
: il( :i I rar. ) k "J tl tit! tiII I
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I' .. J ''''' r.ed.! Cure.F. inTfritigJtiu.rucb a i" n> /' ,. .' wf.
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i curable
1. .F. J. CHENEY. & ('n., Toledo.. remedy .
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"-d2I\)". -.U. "1'm dol I i' 11 t") .a. V" t.i! Color.: t
..- :."'; r.( f.6'Io'> ,'r/; .. II We, the und -r-hued: have knownF. the m<>*: awful. wi' lJlu.tdCfopttt..tI (,'<.:.. 1- ,'. .... < &l--rtm.tLZ. f
, .,'.P Il"'I" ; i 1.1 <11; I' I. '" Ol!: I n i- :r- ..i .
J. t'ipnefot! the!; la-t: 15 year-: bin'! d! di-e--- 'I
? 'J. 7r ))1i! i : ,:i.nmMUIil.: tin- football firJ,1, I --- ,
and bl'ievt"him
., I p' rfectly !hotitrahl" j
.I I II! dJiiiac'id. tl.o IK".tbNl'<
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- ...,... I .. !E'. ; ; ". '" ._ :j in all hUs 1w== transactionand tQ =QJ '
" 'f! .' i. iiJ. .... -" -.,, :Y1' !-),......_ 1 :.t. trailing iiuaiteis f-ir the fitiHiicially able to carry out :1:100: I CASTOR I :
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'S k.: ,.!. :. .. '. ( 'Itit; ugu I'"st. I U :tioL made by their firm.VEST&'rnl'Y. '

: f. ; ; ti... "k/i: ; ::1 'I \ I For Infants and Children. ; Grist! and Corn Ideal Wills, 1 ,
j Wholesale Druggists. Tol..d'l O.
.,.. .: r :. V Tnlnl nile-RIma. fii3 Kind You Have t F. GONZ U EZ 4 CO. i !" I
.. "! *\::4 'i'. MvI MiiFF) 'I W AI.I'\H, KINXAN & MAKVI.V : Always BosigftMarston j Prop I, II' It l

. .:4. ". ,:>SilLusS. I1- .,..." :fl 1'"t't 1.< : 'Il t i I Hall's 1Vholt'-Catarrah ali' DruiryiitTuledo.;Cure is taki-n" O.interiially iI I i iI I Batas this I'' hl1tsctt'r. i \
' .- ... J I. I acting directly upim tie: d ; :
i; t3tare
!ikr Jh ISf't tIIJIHf i ; STOCK KKKII. I.PAtrol1u
! 1 blood and mlll'OU"urfac.: of the .
:'v :*?&% # *3il i > t-y-tein. Price 75c. jn-r bottle. Sold :: Home Industry, for there 11 II
j I L;; *. -.--"--! JfrRrtlt' all Te-timoniaU free.Jlall's ;vi .
}f by iiruists.: ;: I ; $ Juina have "Stock feed from the Home Manufacturer, .
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,--j.- .. iKlLPATUFl'K i Family Pills are the beH.I (or by so doing you encourage borne In3nt_
some very nice llresser."and I try. Your money M left la the commanlty '
I C is'ro :J.A. tad yon In tarn are Indirectly beneSteiL. ; !
Wash Stands very cheap. ID: fostering the borne manufacturer 'I ,
you i Jcontrbotetothecauseot
I Bede 1"I" K."d YJ Ma.a A:NavS 3t."gtJ ,

I y 'Q !! ,., .;.ti\: I thct : Just the thing to go with I It to community In which Yon live owe and ,
i "\) l.8of #! | which contributes to roar tapport.M .' (t'i
I E 1 I II 1Jql GICIcI// Iron Beds. I
,:1'(1TIIBL( ::1'111: : IN'l'1EII: (; : i _

I CYCLE'. v"f! m .. -

PO'.Vll a Flur'it, of One linn fired Sips on a P.icycie by i f ; U

I'a-Whatiiu: :n:''-\\ rId"I 1..1'k. : ;
SLIDE FOR LIFE. ruf! .III'.' I"Il show! : .
too young:; jon'Ia
F. E. BRAWNER'S : 1 v t
"- >ive from Top of a (W-fuot) Ladder into H Tub of Wate. : : #
I .' \w.ird F.1I1I11 the Tub lol Feet above the Ground. ,

.' :i.1g arc the Names of the Different Shows Under r a i M Led I IK4 Ir I THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. '; I Jj: I I4i I.

.i < Separate Tents : .* t,1: '.
Ladies' Ready-to.\V eu Rainy- 78:; Boys' Double-Breasted 2-riece I i ) doz Men'; All Wool Camel's ,

-- Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale *uit all wool, worth ta. special sale: Hair Undershirts, worth f 1.50. epecul '
Dom-e ; !9sc each. $1 jS\ suit. 51 ; drawers to match, in White ; 1
The Red -l---HgenbeCk'S I Trained Wild .rt 'I, :.'.9 Ladies'\V elr Rainy-: Remember we carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors. .

I 'Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, Boys' Pants from 3 to 10 age, at We have about 3 dcz. Men's Silk
II' Turning to Life. Animal Show.HouseUpSideDown.. worth $1. special sale S2.48 eaci.6u prices to suit everybody. Shirts and Drawers, worth f3j; spec. j

1 3 ., \ nan Glass Blowers. Ladi"!?' Black and Colored Look at our Show Window for ial to close $1.20 each. i
Worted Skirts, worth Jl.50, special prices on Ladies' Underwear. I 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed }
J '* "stown> Flood. Wild Rose. ; sale 9c each. We carry a swell line of Ladies' and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at r
i 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so 25c; drawers to match.
., an Village. i Streets of India. Skirts, worth $2 ;5;>) to ;6,*special everybody can wear one. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and
> -You won't answer me sots sale fl.93 to I4.9S each.Readyto4Vear 70 doz Men's! Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at Wc; : -
I "IL' Theatre. Stadium. you? I'll teach you! Jackets, onr price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; drawers to match. ; .

5 and Pony Show. The fl.-JS to J3 each. You will save drawers! to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', '
:t Maze. Floats a Big Loan. money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's! Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes ;" ,
,- 1'U:\ and Monkey Show. Ocean Wave. buying. worth slue, special 35c ; that we tan save you 2oc on. i
I Victoria, B. C.. Nov. 17.-The Britisa 24 Boys' Overcoats!, heavy, at J1.50to drawers to match. I Remember-We carry a fall line t .
f Oar.l-mg Girls. j Venetian Gondola. Columbia government has floated a $5; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at oOc on I' t- i

(; loan in London of J3.500.000. The 49 Boys' Double-Breasted! piece !, worth $1, special 75c ; drawersto dollar. We will close them out at f .:
u finance minister received a cable from salt worth S1.50, special 93c suit. match. I jut:2; ; price off other merchants. t
' 1.. : ;
; London last: night announcing that the t ,' '

ne-Half Fare an All Railroads I centFoiey's loan. had teen underwritten at 9.3 pr I!I I Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at O'ltrs. Remember the Place,


1l'-SIH\ AF7CItNOo\: WEEK.XO\. 1K I F. E. BRKMNER'S: ; .
nLUntN| DAY :' ,
0 All Children wllVbe Kidney Cure

Admitted Free. I[ makes kida s aad bhd&f rl2. I I t?)=ggl05; SOUTH PALAFOX 8TREET.gglI (



pose he was and is innocent? He I A N rXPARALLED

:..:::. --. boa suffered three or four years' imprisonment PENSACOLA Hair REC't ,t!
Vigor -
for a crime he did not I,
H5 I I I
__ :.i. commit. He and his family have A r S Nearly everybody knows

I spent thousands cf dollars to prove NAVY YARD Ye
Catered at the Post Office at Pen acola,'' how it always restores color
fit., isoond-class matter, 'I i i that he had committed no crime and

omCKPltf Building, SUJS Bouth! I was guiltless of the charge brought I --- I I and checks falling i.Q.,im.w: 100 %

hlttox" street, ap-italrb. i against him.
i| 'Where is his compensation and II I .

THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. how is it to be secured? Can he and I ruin I.. OVER THE OCEAN.
I GOOD WORDS FOR LOCAL I A woman's idea of economy is to I
others back the
get they have
oI money have tliinss: char: f There are only! twecty-bve factoriesof I Daring Anjju-tEVFKN; J n\. ,

Terms: Invariably in Advance. spent? Can the state or any human I NAVAL STATION.The I' He who runs may r'ad-It he succeeds I paints and colors in IZa,;UuJ.; I the death claims paid in t!' ,. < '. .

One Year by Mail.. .......... .... ..............15 00, ,: power repay him for the degradation in catching; hIS! train. I At a recent wcddii-j! in Vienna th,' / States and Canada: '

dU Months ... .. ...... ..... .. :! 50 i I and suffering he endured in prison? I An ori.1nnl1rl. I is one who faints: tride! was a vreatrjnJiiiothi r eighty; ble Life Assurance.hy : : .
: ,
Ofi Week by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 I Of will be reminded that one old I .01 :' w '
course we Army and Navy Register, when no one is I.Mklnsat:: her. years
paid within .
day aft
i this is not the first case of the kind recognized as one of the most authoritative Even in a thorny path a man can Last year lu.Oli' London school' chi:1 I proof. r -t : "

i idtertisirg Rates Furnished on Application and will not be the last. We will avoid stepping[ on all the thorns.It ilreu ol>taii.ed! mtilieates! for competency .

also be reminded that all human of publications on matters Is easier for the average woman to in swinmih.;. And during no niontli '", : "

justice fallible, but all that doesn't appertaining to the army and make up her face than her mind.Of [.-eilos include In its population ',I scar lia. the: |hl'ree'lla.<.;i. !i..

UNION LFi6ELa alter the case. Roland B. Molineuxwas navy happenings, has good words course brains count but they frequently alMiut Uil.i( 'i> Italians, who haeschiM.h : IIc'luHS%;.
get mixed up in their calcula
either guilty or he was innocent. for the Pensicola navy yard. An tions. of their own. This excels the Sud' !, -., .
sg If a has been done to Germany drills this year :. .-tO( ;) reserve
excerpt from its article is as follows: Unless a man proposes he can never great record. It ha11',\ ,
I society by his acquittal. If innocent, I hope to attain perfection. So says apiustt'r. troops, nearly double as many as been .. .
J approached -.
NOV ] 8 1902 There is that that the by acv
1 PEHSAOOLA, a wrong has been done him by the hope navy the drilled two years ao.Sevtral ,I'
I yard at Pensacola, Fla., will take on St. pany.
: Petersburg merchants are
punishment already inflicted. The a mustache fails to tickle a

c r THE weather has at last changed; unfortunate woman is dead and the I j a part of its old-time prosperity, says: woman, it may be truly said that she orsaLlii I:;; ..a 'x.ll'llition for the epluration \- I' "Slrnn"tot; untie 1i .rlil
j the Army aud Navy Register.; For has of northern Siberia, with a
of humor. THE
no sense EQt'ITAHLE ,
the confidence LIF'E.t-: '
but nothing can change incident is virtually closed, but how j l
( years the place has been Men who are always telling \'Ieto ascertaining the commercial
Pensacola in her future. |I practically I you AXCE hCIKTOF
1 of 1 is the wrong done him or society to resauns of that rl"loL.EI'r1ants :
deserted and there has seemed annually I things for jour own genii mean well,

i' AND now Mr. Watttr*on says: thathe I be righted= ? n -- --- -- :: i!1 less and )less hope of anything I bit they are awfully tiresome.-FlorI [ : 1'IItruutle In Ule11lI't" THE.;Jl XllH"i: > .
1 I I ;da Times-Union. of Africa by rubbing against! tt-1-
is "not considering Mr. Gormanas being done for the estabhsh-
: I 1'l'Ii'lt it.-s; and niikin"r.. them fall
.' a presidential quantity." He POPULAR LADY 1! went there. This was partly duo to ----- --- OOWLES HKOS
I A Martini;; MirpiisKi Tlu-c i'>osts arc of !steel as wood is ,
t jiiJ needn't I the difficulty of access and partly 1 liable to be de\oiired !by ants I
I i Very few could believe in looking General|><>n's.
due the
to cf
already TO WED\ SOON terrors yellow fever. i ; I're'-.eli\ t pictires are deli;:htl with anew
AT least 5uo pararraphers.have;: The fact that the at A.1'. Hadl"'Y':1 healthy robustj 309 H. Palafox .
I dread disease is (grid: of siee named kis:ii j ,
..+ referred to the president's bear I J j blacksmith of Tilden I uI., that for
; < II diminished by virtue of Americanaauiury ,'r. which wild in i
t t that trouble is brewing II I i : ten years he uileml such tortures (THUS (;ui. ':: Ii "-- -
hunt saying:
by I : measures in Cuba has re- from 11 leumati-m a* few could endure ,s a r'lthh: powder highly; perfumed '

: for bruin.-------- Miss Contai.ce: nusau K' yuton of : moved that cause of prl )unties i' and Ii"1'. Hut a wonderful :.nd of a pvuliar aromatic: ti.ivor.An :Carolina Portland

} MRS. last admits that this city, aud Mr. Jamt-s Nick aamst Peusucola. Tne other de- j| (change! followed" :! : taking Electric u..i.\!>!<,r.-tl e:Ire in Switt.erl! i 11.|:

:t ; Chn-tun cieiice i- u. g. for contajjious : Vaughn of Birmingham, Ala, will fect I U being: ; corrected: by the War i:|i j nif Hit'r," ate writes Two: bottle" nJ I wholly have not cured felt ii-1.r' l'r'ttiiag'.f,' s: ;l len u.i.s! r.Pen:. J
ly i" f..r.oll.I v lour II"":. w'mI'dri! ; *
disease It is flue for coney i I be married Tuesday morning, December Department ia the project for hartx-r: ,. a twinge m over a year." Tin-y! .'d |I i ircinid II Cement Cc.BIRMINGHAM
the ;;
m M- ii :a n Ae: ii. liirn- i\s. ami | o
't eisi r maktu; thou;:h.k 2, at 11 o'clock! at t'hri-t : improvement carried on by the army 'blood regulate; and tie!: Kidnej-; purify the tilt lh"II'r: oi subUrraneaii'tor.'i \ I .
cure Rheumatism, Nen1
'1'; 1 4 is "deported" church in this city. They will leave |';, engineers; who contemplate a fetill i filsia; N* 'fV.1U'Il"SS; improve dijrstioa -- -:'t&. Eld'udid l i halls with stalactite--! T
IN a man !
r Tampa greater deepening and! ;
+ 1 ; : widening .' ( and hive i,prtfc-t health. Try and otb"r w;nii !< ".-. ,
;jt when he fail3tocumeuptothe'ram3 for Birmingham on the neon train i, the channel approach: With these I them. 50 .
y ; Only cents at W. A. 1' I.r\l'.t;; Sws ttoriii.t s.ix-: -

;{ r; plan moral: ndml. In PeusaecU :\ of that day, and: after their arrival two elements ieiuoved there is no D'Alemhertf! drug stoic 121 S. Pal fiat Lu't'a! I-I-H ', :r, \\h'cli in 1.->>..; tSAck- ..fil! 1 ,
afox "
e 1 le 6 be u -supported. I at the Alabama city will be at hometo reason to regard 1'eusacola with > streyt.- -- .- c-..'1 IIi be i a.'?. d I the hotel in' can Pot eland C' !i.. < ,

!1! lire ii'i: tutJif.i' i.'imih-s: ;: Is now lIod German ".- ,
g Rr.-aELL 'AIE contends: that their friends at 323: t South : >ch'street. suspicion or contempt, and it maybe ; PK.\3STimD, $151. a ;: ; sate'? i. i
I 1 !: expected that the will be'' hour and a tjiuitei's walk tram it, and I land Cenv" \j-: ; \ i '
j 1{ " fortune* are misfortunes." |I yard : Best reference, b'*t work or no the shrinkage can lit'l paralk'lctl i in, Placer.: '. t ti'l!.. c. '.

; a Neterthelei*I, the old gentleman has I Mr. Vaughan, the prospective' placed on its old basis' of asef uluess. I,I j pay. Chas.V.,; Presrley, this u ice.I many other parts of Switzerland. NorfulK. ;' '-in.. ," <
1t I This will mean: a great deal to that i ij -- !'Savannah J..l- '. ,
; : .
no intention of art[ missing his. Tll-;' Vi'a;Left. < ; i I'
i ; i groom, is United States marshal for section of Florida, and Senator: )lal. Mobilo, X,.w U'! ;, i
A j j i diary nsej five, was taking her din- Cut thi out and take it W,. .
P UVKK 100,000 ptri ua work fur the 1 1Penuajlvaaia the: Northern district, of Alabama, j,| Tory of that state, stirred by what hasbeen i ii I nor sit her ur.imlinother's and had ttllny al-o makl i,'i.I i.. .
t i drn store or medicine d. uler and l I Mills whert-vt-r v : ,
fry railroad. This does t! and u one of the most popular men i done ALrnrs' i is said to bj :i a--k': >1 fur tonne pie. "lime patience." get a free !sample of Chamberlain'. fn'U'ht rate. r\..'.. ",
't& 1 not include the small army of peoi'.le4th 1 I. : determined to obtain during theI : said her grandmother. "Which would "Alabama'1 and "-. ', i

t s I who work the company for pl-::es. in the state. I, next sessiou: of Congress; some legislative ; -:i! you rather lanIsked LIT )prandi Stomach and Liver Tablet, the bet' ''Brand," Portland I'M!... !".. v

&i I Mi-s Keynion: !is! popular all over 1! favor for Pet.sacola. The i,! mother "pstitflee (.r pie?" "Pie," replied physic. Their clean and invigorate lie Hydraulic N :nun u! (
A iffcw YOKK: woman has lock. the [ Mary decidedly. "Rut there mipLtI the stomach improve the appetite made near Bircinu'1!. ,1i I:..
I I city and friends are already | place ought :o be made of great val and r"Jul..te the bowels. Kr-ju-
4 1 y jaw every time die seta a cat. Her I I' not IK- any left for me" said her trmdfmh..r. : ( :
showering I ; congratulations; on the ue to the navy. Ia time of want'I lar size, 23c per boxes i i Correspondence Suiicite'iifnppu .
Ir husband says he wouldn't think of I j "Bet, said Mary "there wouM! --- -- -_
U.t J- keeping hoiue without a cat on the I fortunate man.: Invitations: wtre I would be a convenient base of supplies i: IJP the patience ;randad."Baptist I
i and aa accessible repair 6'anae! Eites Deputy Taylor.
}+ i V: m' preuiists.OROVEK; ,''I issued this morning. bta-j C'Ou.inonwealth. Richmond Va., Nov. 17.-James H ;'Save f'!' l'Ii I i
P _-_ I lion, and iu time of peace it affords I -
-- --- -
1 ti I I Taylor. chief! deputy to City llUilOj .
unusual facilities as a depot for the Pence nod TTnr.I :t yuur/II"
fcays I lu the l'uhlic.I I J. C, Smith. Is in the .
'' Tawk ghastly pn iti )-,
It's 'I
qt Mr. Hill i> still a presidential: pos training; fleet which could baucconitaodated i. funny bow every young lure at Marston <)' Ju ,
r I Allow me to say a few word iu can as soon as h" l c-conies engaged of a-itini results from the bite Of! |
1 sibility. borne men can see double : in the waters of thu bay. I II I '
praise of Cliamlberlain'3Cough Ktm- --- I j tarts, sang hid money to go to uousokeepirji. a Tai-ir! ( '11>ell A Braxton a'r. I[ Great Furniture f.1I -
i without the a-31-tauce of alcoholic :i ittimuUut I v iio d'stur''s! the of
j I had jieace
I edy. a very severe cough; and 'PROVOKING ; riiim.

ft*1. >j -.___ __ !|icoi'J I and feared I would get pneu- j II- npeck-Ok, I don't know; nearly: ri.-nn" by yi;il''ig' minder! \ became en'' -
| c'' is familiar now with that v..i! "t: V'it Dfputy! T:1ylor'I'nt t.1' .I
"When member elect\ Ware from I i! mia, but alter tukiug the tcu.u
k j o'-l injunction! .-;"'.t h :n :n a dari. r '!. A, )/1., WJ
t hold dose of this medicine 1 lelt bc-tttr, DELAY OF GARS: STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEr
4 Washington a caucus '
+ county i r-nvIc-What'stluit? I! r.T ;'"t! i iMe cell!1 Pi.i\ton ?rahhi, I

jy at Tallahassee next Arril, tlure will three bottles of it cured my cold u.m i IIl'al'k-n. tie ef peace [''rf'parefor Taylor i and and sank his teeth doe pin -

,! rte be the ," I the pains iu my chest disappeared I! --- ;i the fJ-! ,
t 110 "treiiuouue ut UleetlU<; I I. war.-Philadelphia Record. orating a wound frci: L'eni.acolauul1t'/n: : .

lApalachicola'lmifcs j 1it1I1\rvlJl-1 ttitirejy.; I uu most respectfully'your 1 A large van of the! Carnivalfettractions ,;!)'dl Car: blond flowed freely ltun. Daily .."'.Tii, !'olllllll""CITI'

;t r l bay be-ware of strenuojity" in the tu- -, for health. RAI.I-HS.MEYERS,. ,i tuck in the mud last evening A I.i tE11L OFKKII "

ture. Gl Thirty-seventh St.::) Wheeliug \V. !i 1 The undersigned will else: a free Arc'r.r: Victim of Explosion. j OF TAMPA.i :\.
1 < -------- at 7 o'clock jut as it started: to cross :; ,' 'new :: '. i ,
I Va. For sale by all druggists; and sample, of Chamberlain's Htoiaach < \ 'J\ -K.ank O'Con- ? e. r. Rill I./,. I -.1' >ill. ; I'
y THE use of p-irKir matches: is soon I medicine dealerESTIMABLE-,. ;I the belt line at the intersection of and Liver Tablet! ; to anyone want- r.T. 17 7' ai.- o..i.; died today from in- trPenbkuin..;"UII t Yi" ,.

: 4 { to be prohibited in lireLterew I -- -- IiDeVilliers I and Garden streets. A ins a reliable remedy for disordersof in:.its re ;',-? :it I the flr<'works expi I fart-. .<%.; l.oui, (l u i ii. '. .

T& 1.v ; k York. How about Jhe good old I: !1 'i the stomach biliousness or con- ion; \a.i"cn: : ;; P.iuare: : flection niglrHP --
I lADY provokiug delay m car !service!' ot's!istipation. This is a new remedy is list-! f'fl" th
"uutcbeV that person to die as a
I pruverbull ,
and a uood All
one druggists and
; made in Heaven, and which are M) I three.quarters ofII hour w.t.tho medicine deUers.Hacon : ; r< -ut! cf fiat aerldrit Phjslciam : JEWELER I IN HIS

1 Em commonly carried 011 to tile advantage WAS\ SURPRISED result, :,lId many persona who wanted !! at nrll.nuf hoM>italT 1 .1! t-tax! aka
CXl'.ldor the M".th; : of .i.Jies Ft iton. anorh'!
& of all concerned uutil the to get to the show grounds early NEW STAN[
I \irtim of t'p : Is
-Yon say she was a ballet explosion., a matter: of
1 --
small hours; of the morning? II
I' I : were much disappointed.;: The ser-:
i \\rlci.iuo. I! Vi-ttrday 1L( -. Eva l'.' itTr, of l.W; I :', vice was resumed by running cars I j I Egk.rt-Yes. I have moved my j..v.ry. -.. .

Ka-t (Joverumonttreut, attainedthe : |' fiaouii-And lid she give cp the Tornado Strikes Texas. 1 irj Houth: I'at.lf..x, lonix-r::
.1 H1& The opening oi 1'rti'azula'a Jr'all :, in an opp site direction and the big !i stare? Dallas Trx., Xiv. 17.--A torna'b' ]pied by i>a"s & Cu", and ::11.,

-- it Festival yesterday wa accompanied ; rip age of 70 years, and the fact II lI van was fi.ially palled ot! the tracks I j r.tlJert-Yes, she ?aye np the stave, passed south of Terrell at 2:30 o'clock 'better prepared than cvr t

Rrt t by a decided change in the weathtr, I was secretly told her many: friends I by scores of n!:' rues, who, by the j I but she's "kicked" more since she married Sunday morning followed by a heavy j 'great bargains in dianinii!Jas\ wjewelry ,i

,wbich for the week j btfore IlJtl/Jet'1I1/ I i Last night scores:! of the latter gathered I' !I him than she did before.-Yonkers rain. Several hOIl"s were twisted,1 let etc. Call a..11I" i
were me cr-nviuce
way very orderly considering ymi.
4 f all that the heart I Statesman. from their foundations and !!
t 4 could deire-the at one of the party's residence I some poll 'I 1 J. 1. Sl'KPMIFcicy's -.:-. '
perfection of uu Indian .Summerbomehow th" lire number congregated; on the try killed hut so far as known there ;'

r and when all bud shown up the entire '! IrOlI.dT;. -treet Preps reil. wag: no one. injurl"1. --
gone; a-tray in winter. : railway com- I "So the doctor says there Is no hope "

But, in spite of all this, nothing cau body marched to :\fr;;. l'feitrer'shome i parry regrets the! delay, bat ['romhes j for Gruffman?" Kidney !> .'*?

i''t v change the cl-aracter of the sort,- I and besides: fairly showering to overci'inf" all ob-tacles hereafter. I "So he toll me." NEW STORE NEW GOODS!I I makes kidneys; and bladder :.',
tainmeuc i the "Do think his
till wife Is
+ a; ; city week oll jrit.i I beautiful gifts iii commemoration of i -- you preparedfor -

r visitors from near and Llr, or les.-en I her birthday, wished for her the the \\'or"O" I NEW DRUGS I EVEHYBODY
"I should LOOKS
; the warmth of the welcome extended PETE HANTON :: say so. Why, she's lived
t best of things! all,>rded by this world. I with him for more than twenty years."
t : t by our people to the "?trangtr within -Richmond; D patch.V -- ,I FOR THE BESl: '
jt + The estimable lady was completelysurprised
ourgatt- IS ON TRIAL
The great tented show that la't at the reception, and acknowledged i, Mnlnlor of Prrrnlrnl. \White's Pharmacy i
Here it is. Call111 ,'
night opened it gates to the public: that she; had had not --- "That new man won't do." snid the I I !

tt x ii beyond of London editor. "lie's one of t!.ose seni Creary. They are doing I' '
question worthy all *
I Pete H '
1 the !slightest; intimation of her II in "n, wh:) wa sent to the American THE under-igned has opened a' work that can be turned 'ItH. .
praise ; It is even at this early I i
fiitndvlit 'criminal court for in 'Jdi- I !! I5u3iue* in the Ren-=haw i ,
tvidetxt the was quite equal j j' perjury a j "How do you know? prepared to do any kind .I ,
? y {a day that in every I
t 1 the prankand claim of its respect to the occa-ion, however and was 'chat proceediu, was placed on! trial "He wrote joke and failed to use I building KK5 South Palafox street, They put ou India Ilf' .
I l'rot i any italics or parentheses b with a full line of Fresh Drug, Perfumes -
; explainit.11'ashiui,4on I bert 01 thf market, ',
1' in the criminal oni:ora '
court this
rrietors and with
so-'iu her
( .i' piomoter will be fully! mingling callers and: morning. .
I Stir.AMprp Soap and each other articles they have a full lint- I :
{ 1.i, < t ?' sustained. And to the people cf receiving their congratulations.Cleautng The ca-e continued for a few tno- I II I a? are nsutlly kept in an up-to-date tires in stock.

.4 West Florida, for \\ h.>''to benefit tl.Is --- ---- meats, but further progress wa* Amid Flames. Drag I5aiiif". Doe* your buggy marl !u Oi j i .

w : Fall Festival haso largely been ;: ladies skirts und waBt stopped until additional evidence Breaking into a blazing home, j \\,e respectfully solicit a shirof lag? Thevoan make i it :!,.".i -

T I i planm d by the energetic! and public. t IB one u.' l' .pcciahies.. star Laani available. : some firemen lately dragged thesleeping Their prices, too, late r'-a-4' J ..
public > !
pati. na>je,[ to. they have ample capital t" t. "
-'t'd # t-l'iritld citjz: .Lbelnnu: it, '[HE :Jy. The case of Pail; and Taylor Moore i' ) inma'ss from death. I give i entire "ati-fJcti'J II. bath in a nr*t-cll1-8 carriage I l/uilm!I!I .
1EW S, in the of B m mm m m**** mf < m mn*** mv.. : vied Dud death It's':' .
name! the people; of i i iPenacola -- ,( was then called and was: on trial at 1 security npar. good and pricf- repairing bu-iioo"> Lou i :

hr cal only >ay that it bid I noon. t: that: way when! you neglect coughs'! The Prescription Dapartment 1 call ou them.
( i* in Scales .
+ them one and all a hearty welcome.. Scrofula I - : and colds. Dot.'t do it. Dr. Kind's; ''! charge of i repaired.SPITZ '
} i our Mr. Walter H. Whit-, is:H& ( 1r:m '. ': ,
to the city and to all that there is in I NOTICE. New Discovery for Consumptiongives j who will try his utmo to please all JiiLt.tU.1rrJII.-:;

it. It is! inherited.IV.v : perfect protection against all i who favor him Phone &7.
may with their order :
: A-- --- --.- -- -- are entirely: free from it. i We d 'sire to notify the public that Throat, Chest and Lunz Trouble -,. A; our : tuck u entirely DHW';
\\lorii .uuehere. I the Gulf CitTran ft'r CI,. is i Mill in Keep it and I Idath
: near avoid ,1 '
Pale weak
I children
t puny aroafllicted and freh, WP solicit a trial: order. i
Fp'r j h. The 5Iont'onifry Advertiser hs business, and th-re is no truth what and doctor's bill!*. A tH..- > FINE STATIONERY.C. .
t1 'tltk" with it in ninj ca-es out of .. ever in the report circulated by our j sDoonful *t.> late
,tosa : following pithy comments on pa c.u..h, pens i..tH.t :, W.
1 the Molmeux j i ton, anil many adults suffer from it. competitors that we had! discontinued. u-e this in *-t-jbb'.rn.. Harm.le White & Co. -
: I
e i? t;; v'a Common indications are bunches in Mr. J. (t. Yniestra has been ,* and iiice ta..tingit'* sr'nrante-vl :. V Thoinp-on, Xo. II -.
"The !somewhat!' -ensational ending employed a* in inager anJ will herej to an-fy by \V. A. D'Alembt-rt 121 rilOXFS:

r of the Moliutux case suggests, I the neck, ab--e-es cutaneous crup-i j after pfsoii" illy superintend all *. P.ilafox .,tft>..t. Price otjc< and $1 Day N,,. lit. Ni iait: N->. 456 Pal.1f'IX "trlet, ha, JIi.t! "P"I./' : '

t some flections ou this and ca-e* of tion, inflamed eyelid', fore car, j j buinc-ss this' firm. All persons Trial bottle* free. 106 Sou'h new supply of Li-K-ii und L':" .
u ti like kind. As will be remembered, rickets, catarrh, westing, and general ]I once.having; hauling -houlJ G.' C. T.* ,him at j Street.: Paper, white blue aud ray: w

j Molmeux< tried some time aro debility.Food's. Phon 4l:!. E. '<. CKAVE.VS. i iITnlm |, Envelopes to match Oxford -iz. .

i and: convicted the murder of )Ir". |: .Swansdown :ulo Foreign Mail Tablet wit!. 1-.''
: Flour.
Adams. He wa sentenced to be executed Sarsaparilla PIANOS TUNED FOR $1.50. . velopea to match. Ink, F'MH. -

v but secured a new trial. This and Pills Chas.V.. Pres-ley, an expert, who Penholder, Klioikbook: FiI"te. -, .,:,

last trial lasted" for day, wa conducted j i tuned pianos,; at the World's Fair HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE '! .. always on hand.
't with ilett-rrmuntion to convict Eradicate it, positively and absolutely. Ii I and i is: recently from Fischer's place NO OTHER. Phonex3l.

r r This stat ueut is ba-e.l on the j, in Phiii-Jrlphia. Will give you bet- Fleishmann's
t but it required but thirteen i I ter work: than: you ever had done or Yeast and Swansdown Flour will

i 1 minutes' consideration, for the juryto thousands of permanent cures these uo pay. Leav" orders at thiofflcehoue make the best bread that CABTOrl.XA.

bring in a verdict of not guilty. I medicines have wronirht.My 11s. Isulm can be produced.t'E Bean tie Pie K 7 Y', Nest i'1'-Itaare :..:'

1, "Tht>"t> are substantially the farts, 50"5onhTrecka" d-ushier had*' :\ro'ala.),*.'itterParsI with. ITvxl's eleven I I Hot Rolls- at 5 1'. in, lOco ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH.OUR ./? a.l" 4.111 .,.-#. _'
in this celebrated: cae, and of
they a doz. at Soloraou's.Jfudqm .
Sarsaparilia\ t hsMy! : rl'l.'Oml'nd..l onj .
bring up some interesting! sugjetions. ,;- ----- --- FRESHLY PARCHED COt.B'EEHAS
\ she took it and was\ cured. She is now in

; t' & !!'. The murder was a foul one. :j| Food health." MRS. J. H. Joxzs. Parker ';. tkt !first fir 5(. NO EQl'AL. DOXT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TP.IAL.JAS. kinds of chairs and
14 and if the accused: was guilty his acquittal : Ind
City. a
I i, rocking chairs at Manton
i ; o iti+ no matter on what grounds, : Hood's Sarsapariila promises to Try Gunther's Candies at McHUQH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery.

js: a miscarriage, of justice. But sup-I i; cure and keeps the premise. Solomon's. Quina's.. Prices are Cfry
( Phone 103 8 and 10 W. Intrndencia St.
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Thousands- of Women Suffer, I I :No. 5c o3. ; '. Ii t'S;' t

i GOOD LUCK. W. O'NEAL, President .
RUMOR ; M. E. CLARK. Cashier; ;1.; ,
8. J. r
and Many Die, Owing to FOSHEE,Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. I : i r


It Is not hard to tell why there Is such arrercendons '

demand for "GOOD LOCK"Bakin@:
CELERY I RELATIVES AND CITIZENS I, Designated Depository of the United States. t\ ? ,

Powder: Its Great Leavening Power and perfect !,
I Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2'!. It1O'J. ;
Purity make It. RESOURCES.

I Time Loans .... ... .. ... ... ...... .. .... .... $346,354 OS Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... .. .... .... $200.000.00) '
\:\ : Fails to Banish Disease A rumor that Henry Baars Jr., 7 Demand Loans ..... ..... ..... .. .... .... 1195M974 Surplus Fund.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .. .. 10,000.00 '
Richmond. Va. Overdrafts...... .... ..... ...... .. ...... .... .3.4 Undivided Profits...... .. .... .... .... .... 15.25697 ; .' Is
aa: Fee-establish Lasting years old, had been stolen startled U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ...... .. .... 214,29687: Rediscounts. .... .... .. .. .. .. ... ..... .. .. 64,071.57 ', [

relatives and citizens alike last evening _____._ __ ____ ___ Stocks securites etc.... ...... .. ... ..... 2,625.00/ Circulation. ..... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125.000.00( 't I i
H alth, u Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ..... 6,718.43 Deposits..... ...... .. .... ...... ...... ...... 455,036,06 \ I. i
and before long the rumor had I. R. Stamps... ...... .... .. .. ... .... ...... 7486 I'

spread with all --l I i itNEWS Cash and Exchange...... .. .... ... ... ...... 173.bO.VJ2! t, e r 'i
,I. ,' ,d-| of women are kept in great rapidity over I'
.. f.r months and years owing the city. i --- 1 f
,.... tnatment and the use of I NOTES $ 9.3jU9( JHW.364.59This ; I '
.. i.iedicme: and we are in- I. Two weeks ago the young nun's bank opened for business October 2J: 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give .' \
( 4lrvothatMiltonthought your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. 'I '
: : t b> father received through the mail an S
"f aluio dying women ,
-- -
:1.' -tid.-: anouymcus letter, the contents of 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. '

3 eiic guards: ascended, Miss Adele Chaffee entertained a "
1 It which were startling to say the and sad." number of friends Saturday after- I

;ui"i: sense treatment of least. The letter was written on a noon at cards. A delightful time 25PS2SES25PS2S2S25 2S s THEiLARGEST, BUSIEST AND BEST '

r ',\-, tk. rundown ana sutler- typewriter and was rather neat. It was had. ?
4 P.une's Celery Com1 '
I ,marvelous medicine is stated that unless $10,000 was deposited Miss Minnie Choate left this morn. j I -- ;I I

\ ..ry part of the civil- at a certain spot within a ing for an extended visit to Tampa, i
4 :,il men and women of I Department Store :
i : :1. new life from its period named, one of the boys; wouldbe I where she will be the truest of Mrs. I i 1 : ,

/ ,b' th Meick, Mari- Perry G. Ward. i i
., ,. kidnapped and parents would I ij -- I
: .t.! about her rescue \\1
'uiition of physical never sea it again. John )Mercer who a few months : !

-1'- I since: sailed for his old home I i '
I In West Florida
.. I most The time given for a deposit of the t.EXTEXDSI : .
J way uc-
-'r; has returned to Pensacola for a short [
'I on f.'r an ovarian money had nit expired before
time. His wife and
Mr.i! daughter
: twenty-five [ ouud*. remained ,
.iu tonics uiJ foods ll-ms received anther Utter s:1yilJg'I in Florence. hearty welcome to etch and every visitor to the Fall Festival and invite. you to make this Store:; I h

\ tin tn briu bukw '.I that the boy was too sm. ll and I '*. Drip in when tired and worn out from viewing the sights.;\ C'tmfortablechairs, await: you ; $ lI
.. iv P.tiue's LVI- Dr. Moses of Mobile arrived yesterday polite and attentive sale* people to administer to your wants-feel perfectly at hon'.p we won't ask you to I
to tits re"cue. i would be too expensive to keep. HP I morning to visit Dr. Samuel buy but if you resist the tempting: in' rch.indi offered in oar: miny department, it'- more tnan thousands, I
that throng this tore daily can do. They are good judges! shrewd buyers. It' the be-t evidence r
; I that four dosw'a would, therefore: cot be stolen 1-tr :, Koch of this: city. Dr. Moses is rabbi : why you f I
I "hnald d/ ) likewiA few prices will Mitlice. I
I ; then sixk. i
for the Jewish
citizens of Mobile !
I ; ,1 three! the nonoy had bstttr be placed on a

\'. k. Ynur year ccm- I !spot indicated or he ( Mr. liaar-j') '': and N widely known in Feu-acoU. i iI I CLOTHING HATS. I ji
:I I'uniff hn.! :: I the have last to ( would be harmed within thirty ; Mrs. Chas. J5. Parkhill and child- I : t I i Id

oJ : ren left this morning; for Tampa ......., .
!. t'w. I am .... V ; PieceAll I '
.'i year: in the I days. ; where they will remain for sometime Red Tag Sale 17\; .05. ?-. 7 -Wool Et; iinniesludt leading
'' 7-ic value 1
'..L i 'Hilary; work This or the former letter was not : with Judge Wall'* family. (MiM'is: .\%OIIllH: \viru.: i Festival !SIKH; :11 1 1lo I. . . . . 4c ; I' I.

:i. 'I h'i!! l HOY.V "CHOOI Sril'!i..7."c lit S2.'H t
\ : arl to !give aP.iv Extraordinary Special
: !' uu'''s Celery\ I was known to but few r*>lativts..1.1i I II | father. noY ))Ia:...." l'1] .... :t 11toiUi+ I PieePrt HI irk rirocade, actu- I

I 'r a'-rain. My I i They were about forgotten until the III' I| The Ladies' Auxiliary of the I). of I at value ale per yard. : J
:. iwith Paige's1'i. IEX'l'lT: \ -A savins: of ?2 ;TA) ona !Ke-tivii Sp'eiil .. .. .... .. .31c: J
reeomulead | startling: rumor of last: evening. i j L. K. will {give an entertainment in :
< II' -uit is worth while. ONE CASE LONSDALE BLEACHED I
I | the C. K. of A. hall Tuesday night, your s Piece F.ucy Plaid Suitings, 15c I \
Bryan Dunwudy, an uncle of the i I Suit: worth $12 :;'tC).lOtl value, I

:. ...:t; UJiI :! supposed victim was among those 1 Nov. 2o.:; Tickets, 23: cents. The: Stun worth $1500. . . ...112.fOSuit' .....DOMESTIC..... Fetivil S,> ... .. . .. .12'c I I ,:
to be devoted
proceeds to I ; worth USOU.$15.W II if

; 1.10i DYES to whom an inquiry was directed : pill poses. | Only! the lest Enters into our lOc goods at 8 l-3c. 15 Pieces New Fall Outings lOc i ; I II l
I I lll'lTMiVa- concerning the report, but he had ]i Wm. J. Hilton, two-year-old son I II Clothina) ; I Festival . .. .. .. ..,SB i '

I .II i ll-,lift-rap.-.!... Ir !heard nothing of it. Then recollect. I of )Ir. and Mrs.V.. H. Hilton, 5 2N,11: We are Asr uN for the Celebrated Only 20 yards to a Customer. i l
v l- One
Case Fall Percales 1. ;
\. u'n>! d t ln'>', in I ing the letter, he hurriedly mounted j West Honnaa, died this morning HA WES: HATS. lOc i .
r l'!tl I .. .. . goods : II
i l-Ilflpul1.t.| S-t 00)
.. I II i a horse and went to the summer after a short illness. He was a very Alpinp'IJnt Derby _.. .--.... t. ._ Festival! Special. . .. . .. .. .b'3c!: I
\ I I. unpl. free. .....A-- I f ;
,.. I home of )Ir. Biars to ascertain for bright child and his death deeply:! !! 'r .
'i-in \ tTEOILEY ; See Our Show Window for the Rest; The ttf "t KM (Move- on the Market.
I him-elf what had happened. He felt. The funeral will occur tomor- ;I MEN'S AND: WOMEN'S hllOES : l'.E IIXTX.$1( (10 I f'

=. U2 1 was pleasantly surprised to find the row. iI I i in the world at.. . . . ....4150 I I(II SYSTEM: ; JAY ._. ._. . ..fltduto42L1)r I
I :
I :
;: 'i' -I boy safe and sound. One of the most delightful places ] n -

n \ at which Gala visitors can pass a i, t
I. .' : !.t..! '.) i1!E I I.uck 1 Thirteen.. !'i half hour is: at the gay little lunchroom 'i $ W. J. & B. FORBES. & 'UIIBI
I'v sending 13 mile* Win. ripirey.; ;
i iti. of Walton Furn'ice. Vt., gilt a box of I]i in charge of the ladies of Ht. (

GAP i Ilurklea's Arnica Mlve: that wholly | jo;cph's church. A licious: luncheon .- I j
cured a tumble Fever Sore on his i i il
| or a regular meal will be served j
-- -- .. Nothing fl..e l'l.ullPo"itively/ BE SURE TO GET A COPY OF
I g. 1 '
Io o euros Hrui-t! FelonI'lcer*. Krupuotn in the fascinating style characteru1 THE \WEATHER w I ,
1 i tic of these benevolent I ladies.
Boils, BurnCorns" and Pile* youn
Only 2-1c.; Guaranteed byV.. A. IlIf'taiJerte I' ...THE DELINEATOR. ': c I Ii
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I'.il.i- Catarrh: an e\ce"ive secretion ,
druggist; 121 :S.::; TODAYI

,J !. j"x stl't'et. from an intlimed, mucous memo I IbraIH' ( I FOR i i
I t':. '..."j i radically: and permanently ., "
;' ("II!' '. -'\'ulltetl.- -- ------ I I cur d by Hood'- :SaWRECK : :: __ !I I. Local Korpen"t-l'.irtlv cloudly. tonight i Now Beady. It H the C'hntI I ; '

.1, I tTANTEnwt gentlemen to join tbf and Wwlnu'ilay: light viinubli nnuU I nn number and al-o the thirtieth j i (
: .

\ '. .: .. .'> treat I 1>lIlItt.| ,X Clutter i-lfiu.til niiii prfiMtl,., AT I anniversary number. It ,' fJ1 ;
calltdfuranddrhvredlarip< r numtb. Temperature last 24 Hours: ( I
It is the ,
t the
tllu r
i'. I'ulm Maximum ..... .... .. Ti.Aegrrrs 1 complete i imot AUB H
i I' :try rem- --- ------ ------ -- ---- Minimum ............ 'no.... ... .n'. .". ;.V.\'d..grt'1'1 ; beautiful woiiuu'- iingi- U H
:.'-M: l' IIt'lp '\Il1t .I. I
i .L a ;good : I
-r1V'CEh-noSnhnutltttarrtd- : TALLAHASSEE I zine ever publi-h' d ; 21'!I!) p.ue-: ;

\\ : x Temperature Elsewhere: 21 full pages in color-! I
\ utlcr! boy and tu lnrii hits plunihin, t HH.1DAILY
I )iaa lien I I II i
I I" \t -r INiwdcrs for busini".. Wick.l'o.., i.souili Pulalux > t. \tlanta ... ..... ............... .... 1
"',lr.' I I Ki'innrck .... .. ........... ......'II'i I Only 1 15 cents.Don't .
'I it.f !. Chicago: ..... ............ ....... W H I MENUS :
h. I
,.. Ntwork.r .rav. uurin. fun B. H. FAIRCHILD SERIOUS SMASHUP REPORTED Cinonmiti ................._. }s fail to ,.-t a co; U \IIslon....... ...... ... ........ nO :.1 I i
"! icli 1'1.-
TeHtluni 1 Huron ... .. ... ...... .. M edition is ht lited. i all the (' >-toDate 1
i il"! the Uowi1an I 'AIR .h. i ;
u r'X zoLSTlrrt.r SEABOARD LINE- ,lack'lI\1\1II1! ... ......... .. 11I1 Rr i
11 1.UlllolIlI.l ?
I iuI ?
:1.1 lrulClCl.I.. "x;. 1'1011I- 1 lean"ns lily._ ..... .............. f -K! -- I II Dishes the Markets I I i! F
Key \Ve-t ..... ...... .... M 7-1
s Vlli-n ft. OIIll.I ' I' Memphis .. ... ..... .. ....... ..: ..< I ;
I 'aroet Work and Rtfinishing furniture a Train No. 2. due at Pen acola ate!I Mobile . .. .. .. .. ... 70 .71 Coe's Bookstore Afford 1.E;: ,
h i, Montgomery ... 'iOI 51 :
I i retaru an-l lry. Specialty. 1 .. .. ... it
'. FooL.Fli''ra O\\lh'r. 10:50: p. m., arrived at 3 o'clock this New New York Orleans .. I:;.t 51 I"St I I .' I j
-'\\1.11..11.oo.allnlC..hoer. ,
Phono: 40G. "a\"I\I\DI\h 7 II
i about four hours behind "h..h i
At All druggists and j : morning Louts
I :MI liAlllllS > I --- Ladies' Private I f
I time. A first I :
: wa made up ,

f.:A'::>. TUNED: SI 50. I II R. K. WHITE, .: and de-patched from usacola on Ii i Refrigerators\ have ai I Ii II I Dining Parlor.,,:& !';

'I'r.i had tltlit't'-'r no piy.this TaUhmaker, Maiinfacluring Jenelor time last night to make regular: MARITIME. i i few left, which we will sell ;< -we.=.. 1 I 'I
and (irniluiite Optician\ north and south at cost. Marston
connection at Flomiton. -. $ Qidna.II :
."''t Jcsor o I. .:X South I'tbfoi !oot., Frn'aroU, Fla : The belated train went toi i Am ..'11 Imrut. :" 18)0."w'FU orliantomatfr j 1- Regular Dinner Daily. 1

-- Flonuton: a few moments after ar-1 i I Von nil)' Thrni at HIP Hi'slon Shoo
p Ur n ( ".rlll'rag. nods uibion. Br"iuenbarfn .
...eoal- :iq.f.eoo eooaaaosee.o...C "...... .c....m. S. .., rivinghere, and both sectionsof No. I i to dulf Co 'I' bturi The-* \r. (.oml "ih..rr Or'tPr-4 pre mprly ; \ '

S :{ this I OLERF.n
returnjd early morning.The : I Filled. :Night' i ..r Ilaj i
as aa L. & N. train was held at P.iver''' :\orhkTBhitba.Wl.ManutiictutiiiK Co DHnMson.for Kurnnrr liy !
!Hello Stranger I i I"lib!' s ti lumber rained at,7,">7'\' :U ; The Best Shoes i'

Junction to make connections with .. Brs.IagdaIZPIM1.2! :ggartby'.ulf'frant! :r f j' [11'1'1'1( 1'1 to Iat:
lofor PueiiOi Ayres. with ;\'l loug KM.- I
the S. A L from Jacksonville. you 1II1'D. )olJ'l1 11 d 1.1
This i pbospbatrrock. valued at M "" :
j I Hr Chat.on, SB1. Sanderson, by tillir AI t J
: TillIs ao rn'11.'\ it was: stated this morning, el.- Transit Co fur lumpicu,with aer.tone coal Nick Apostle's I
valuxl l at 112.m': I < I

0d T.iilaiia coujiti-rpd: ): : ,!1*a" st'riouDll"h.up cro" il';. :When a at train the I:, "ULEI'. ;t TkI f)sika is, Shn t Popular Restaurant. : .:
; Hi sc :\llIlIid.s, Rnart.: for liordeauxHal ; I
I Bqrs' iron! their' line U said to have lik Iris i oniigliere, tor MaraivllHi I II
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Repository F. \ .\. .I. I I II JJJJJJIJIDl1 t
crt-I.-d mto.oneon the C. T. t_ G !I Iriilw I : I ---- I I fJ1j i'j
i 8a : v) ]) V 'i"fj)
: iy doing; great damage./ Pass Special communication r
of E-cuinln: Lodge No. 1J; :The Right Direction ji | I; {.
mrerirriviuj;: from that direction, F. & A. M., at 7W:: p. m.Wednesday .. tn
i 'G9-511 South Palafox Street. 8a :!, G. >
Nov. 19! ANNUAL 1 1tb
said toil that two killed'and BALL
iy men were .\...v/ Work in F. C. decree.Vitiu. i! THH STOl E IS: THE GUIDEPOST n i :

a third injured bidly. Onecf \ .? brethren are 1: : THAT DIRECTS SHOE t '.
I.' t; -:1\un ud"r
,* -f'i'll. LINK 01'0 tbo-p who l lo.t hi* life wi* an ao cordially i invited.HARRY W. (IIBB>, I! BUYERS THE RIGHT WAY.ONLY .. au-nler' or t f

Buggies Wagons and Harness e. ci city itc who of Mr.i is now ikinJ engaged McDavid in the of rail.this ,, W. D'C. XEssi.ER. W.Secrttary.M. I'I TRIED AND HONEST HOPE LODGE, NO. 2571. ;r i : ,I": I '

VALUE SHOES; ; ARE HERE. Iinigltttti: of Honor,
way postal service. Mr. MeDavil ANCIENT ORDER i ,
I ; }'
0iK I
the late train and is : came over on OF HIBERNIANSThe IN OLD tELLOW-s BALI it "
-- quoted as saying that his friend had'' __ v.Shoes! for Men. .
-- I'
been scalded to death. lie left for Ancient Order of Hibernians I I THURSDAY. NOV. 20, 1902,
I Shoes for Women. t
_ 1I1\HQL\ITIns: run hi* post of duty on the early train J will hold a regular meeting in St. I AJ, i fOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF FUND. !
!1 Joseph's hall tomorrow night. A aI I I'
. ( this morning. j full attendance ii I Shoes fcr Boys. j K-fre-hmeiit- ill be Served. 1, l !
I ------------ j requested. AJ. i
THE UNITED 1 I J. HAYES, M. O'LEARY.D. President, I I Y Shoes for. Girls.I I II ADMISSION, MEN, so CENTS ; t I
I i
i Secretary.\ y I.-\UIEMl-'ltU:. .
j ,;
AND AT LOW PRICES..GEM STATES COURT'! ----- ---- School Shoes and Dress !I Ticket will include free tran por- ;:

j jIj CALA EXCURSION I AJ i iUp. .tattoo for hold-rand one lady from : l l

-- : jt. .* .4. ,4 J J < _* i Pen acoh to Warnn ton. :
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Ij -. BOOK STORE.. :i CiTY OF TAMPA i --- ;t I 1I
Jos. P. Harry was indicted for a ,
: ,! A -- I The Prices are Right as well as the j
'" If :-:C f loot l Supplies, l'ab.tPencil! -. Penholders, Etc. violation of the postal laws. 1 The steamer City of Tampa will shoe I i'i! OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S J' ;

f SEE A. G. Nicholson;: under indictment have -pecial excursion rate from all I Call and S ME AND SAVE MONEY. 4>9 a!' ft
I tor murder entered a plea of guilty i points between Milton and Pensacola i ---- II I Fine oysters today. Try them. ,r

w Its. R. JOHNSON I to manslaughter.: --- Round trip Gala ticket Week.* from Milton to'j Boston Shoe Store : NIC APOSTLE.

Try Gunther's Candies at Pen.acola, good for the week. sev Try Gunth r'8 Candies at
ilJ SOUTH 1'AI\'OX STirKEC. lit South 1'ataUn St. '
I; Solomon's. enty-five cents. Solomoi a. f fi.i

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The Matinee Girl!
What rushes through the crowded street ,
With whirling nol and tirobblt beat.ExhalJr.s i iI I _
odors far from sweet? I I ""

The motor car. : at the Play

Whose heels o'l.r greasy asphalt: skim
Exacting toll of life and limb 1 t '
(What Is a corpse cr so to him)? ATTRACTIVE
The ir.oturist's. :

<.. IVho Kies before the oily gust fiIE"
/ fc'afted his way through whirling dust i lyMH
J j&hd hopes the beastly: thing will: bust?

The pttlestrlan.! OF THE; HEW YEA'.

t Who thinks that It Is scarcely< fair 'noI. ;
..,-' '/ : : To hive to pay fur road repair .. /KK f (\>r.=!=t= of < -
"-: .: _. / While sudden death lies lurking there? .f( t ,. ,,, 'yr,C 1U i: ., !:i lie. '
.. ... I r ,. F' sp. vial tin. t i. il it _
< .. : ')'" '. :' ( The rate payer.' f l V ,;', i waG rcaoro:' t.. '1
:'] t- 1114 reprodtlrtbn 1
.;.J. ". ; Who as the car whizzing past (' '
goes ,
/ :( -a jt'cts frr-utly r : .1
,1 '" I
\ .... -. '
'' ;:" .' .u At such lawbreaking stands aghast Ii' without tkf-nil:> i'
7 .,:' ':" ,"" "" "' : .
(For forty males an hour is fast)? :' / rich coiorinc' I .t
.. _
J. ..: .. .: : "J S' :;\ .. .5- I ,
( \ I' ",. """? '': .. ,,", The policeman. i U'-a of tin- 1 b iuty oil''.
.. .. '. ,.' :, $.f'l !' '1tf'.... ":;;:l';. \. ... .'.l't \ '- 49, c' wnesufllatuit
:. .; :{?;;. Who hears the ease! with Hand surprise / I p How to Obtain II
..... ," Y7r" II N lure > !. .
i'n' jul n r.
!i I >
... And over human frailty sighs
_ .,, :, ..
\. ..' .;.f1:;. '} ci'riorsumi*; OK. M
( ..; The while he reads between the lies? ,
:;.. --: }: ;;" : {}r ': cts (jel'\tlv. TLe magistrate. .S r l' t1-.cnIOcitkrnfr'r l I t,

;' .. ..,<.-, '.. r -Punch.Voinu .5- lI Him; OK, (.T NJ*! pr fr ..

I .: tt-\d.: '. Acts Pleasantly I -\ --n'Vn>'. ttiij. a.nandttOR'l.ibri OR. Ify.nin d!. U. r : ,!
\ .) ; \ ; .
,.. : .. : n IUK1IH. NNNi.I! I Ill r
_ '" .. fv %'-. -
'J..I "" ) -.. \. an -
: .' ;. ., '" : Pcts Berveficially I I ; / t.H also! .three rtvo us pnxlu-tJ the n.ii-r.S: vtt.r.ghab'aur'aN'

\. ,. I : ( \ 1 -:iCoftc
1.p'u. The-tc'.itt
> ; '' ; .rf f i;?: Acts lr\Jlyas a Laxative. > OPERA_ A De/Saaus/nsfaaf; nrcttab ntIrcdrndnr'. nil.: r? !I .

: \ ) ( .. : f Nu t- 11 1 1I w'r.r.--a

1, '. p." ,\ ., ,' f.' .. .!.g: Syrup: of Fi-j: appeals: to the cultured and the ARMOUR PACKING I CO., Armour StallflvKaTsasCify: K"t;. a 3,

,/ \ / ..., ...: Well-intillnJ and to because its
:\/,(. ...,'C' .r .' tlK-ht-.iIthy, com- I
: ;" .\\ 'lj,; -: punt nt parts arc simple anJ \\ hoiesnme and because tl I -

i K .-J.)\..,,/. :, ._>.. ..... :" ':':' :: !.'> it acts: without disturbing the natural functions ff ;- .:

I : ... .. .;'::.:-......: .; .;... r. as \\'hullytrnfroffit.'wryol'pctlOnJlIe i! I JLt \i : tfl b1 r a V'J.t"Y

1 "' .1' ; :;_:t ;;;;.... ..::-. .., quality or substance. In the process ofmanufacturing I

/ ?/ .. '':'ill4t''1sti l 1 ':- f-iflf* furs are used, as they are t CKS.soK 10 AVKI'.Y! t Wiiol.KOI.i:

i A, ""No',..", ..:...;: : :- ..!r; fit!.- ...:4! pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

(:; : : ..;,- '..\ i,,:, \ \ s?::?; \irtut-s of Syrup: of Figs are obtained

'of : .' .. ? .:!" i:,4-:" : ? ff( m an I act'lknt combination of plants I

ii: a !T \':. ..."'; 'txa"' 1'i."'r, ...t{' CIF; h t I> # Known to be medicinally laxative and to Id-i- Why. in actually wanted Kiss HARD AR'E.
t? .' ; :. t'+: f--t.'j,; : ; ,: :
./. \Ii.\'i:' ,,, .' g'l:;i- ... i Wffr act most bem.ficir.lly.To uuI: think lie must have loti" I
i '" { .
1 g \;; .,,':"'{'\; ......'... ,!J"'r.-. .\.;..... ,; ... ( $ *I < it it< beneficial cffec s-buy the senses.May. Iron, Nail AXP t'I't I 1-. "Sw :Mill :and r"'IJ..1 tupplif'
/ s -manufactured -I thick so. too. dear :-, Cooking and 1etttlnYhtove Pant ..
:. ., .i/\. .. ; '. :: jienmm : by the '- u.Wiudow -
.. .
N'1 _2. tAIZr11 ,,.. .'..... :> ."\.-'" ..... "'!,.:f-,": rlr '"'. ,'. <.iLl,->. iuu>, Pistols! and Ki-tun 'J.ickii.
-"h.<1''P'. ....... : \ The W >rat r'liriu.
'- .,' Ante; and Tinware ana llouscriiriiisliin (, :jo<1s.dTAOENSFOR .
:!! ;; i lJ i :... Multitude are singing the prai-es

yr ;;. ": ...w .t ) I of Kodol: the new discovery which BIRMINGHAM HOLLINO MILL 'iMINVTBClRevere :
jl' ':::r-rt'M5'L, .'' i ". AUFOP! is making ?o many sick people well Giant Stitched Belthiir, Northainpton! !! Ki- r--
." '. '- --t' Wheel Co., Ltftiu & Rind Powder C"; ., Jo Itut-"L'-I l\: u-
i ii rj1 / 6:.. '. i'l. ; ... '" "...:J I and weak people strong by digesting
(, ,. \; ". ". .n( *omine, Iron Km and Buck Stoves and Uaiix1; ; -. Wi." .

:." .. ...f."i": i?l:_:'.,: .' '\. what they eat, by cleansing and Coups & 'o.'e Raw Hide Lace Ltatlitr, :,1.I'i-: .
-- ". Made Railroad Colorjflasocic -.
1 sweetening stomach and by
v.r.: ;.: .,. Sara rr r\cisco.-Cal.
>'..'' ..Sl.P,. : .?.".'..' Louisville Ky. new YorklM.Y.; transforming their food into the Temple. $ Pi'n i --.x./- For eala-l all. dr iata. kind of pure, rich red blood that
tt r by .bottlc.
? )ji Price'-fifty-'ccnts -
pcra makes you feel good all over. )Ir.*.

Cranfill. of Troy, I. T., write; : Fora
a ri i c number of years: I was troubled The Star Laundry

,. with indigestion and dyspepsia ,
t fn'l' t I. .ij,'I ---- which strew into the worst f.'rm.
f!, '*' Finally I was induced to U>P Kodo!
t t The scion Gulden ou..... the rioulvIui'V.rN. Tc' I .1' ; c .," ",. and after u-inp four bottle; I am entirely Biggest, Busiest, Best !

t') l ::1} Tho ":::..n'u (;olden Cities-" one of The l)oukhoi! <>r.s, that 'Iill'l'r| P'UI.IUD! It i is J..M : .... .., .. .: ... t i 11 / cured. I heartily recommend

'Pm 1 .!tt the most: topiilar 1 legends of the latter set in C'iiuada. vegetarians of the sti IUlllr'I.\ j to t':', ,: .- : :1. Kodol; to all sutlers; from indigestion

I r1 I'sirt nf the dark ages, vfvrv said to Le first \yltl'I'nih'r in the Outlook (lie was !P ::1!, ?' C'i:\ le!: i":'. "::u i., and dy:';ppp ia. Take a doe aftf-r ,

I t -I' .1.:1..1 I : on ai i H.iml west of the \frlIII say,: "One of the few Cii;:lish words thin I s r.yis ;;,.'a..i ;>.I!. hert: 'rer. :.tthis meal. It dke c ts what you eat. t ;

9 i .' must.: The island is rl'pr""cutc they know I is 'grease.' tipon niy of simr: .1 ti si.i -; 'I i;:' :uly' .de; Harris Pharmacy, John Shep.trd.Sidney t. T Ch Sp a I
ey I
: Kahn.CURES I n
:ftt t 'I'] .ilMiuiidiu in guld, with I&ta;:IIIn'ellt ferine them any l"JlJtI-IJr"atl.l for instance vertul Ul'n :1 i i I ti n! -, i' :m i wa. the firs'

'{ 1 HI-.1-.S ami tcuitii's, "the high towers -tht'QultI look at It suspieiuusly sh'lw"h! p oni.i':" ,
n \% loin siusria! n groin distance." and iiiiiuin1. ;rl'IIH.r They Tli" flirtPi iit I':,,," are stat 'd in WEAK MEN FREE.

t t. 'i h< Ii-iit-rnl also relates that ut the I were afraid that l.ird or tallow might "Jnhiisoii's AlplrilM't of First Things;; In for TIlelilselrcs r ;

t j ; i ni.' nf tho conquest of Spain{ and I have I I.een used in making; the tiread. t'aiwda." Thet.hiii! was IIJt' Royal Wil : ,

'' y r-iinual: liy tli" Moorsvlicu! the In. ; BUt!. if so. they wOIhlnot eat It Some liam She;\ was Imilt at the Ci se. (JucIKM I nsn rI'll Lute and a happy Homo

t i .liii.'iiits, tiftl in dirt- '. to IIr the Indians do nut euro to have the for All '\"ell'-ttt-! : in'.C'( -
t every < 11'11 1'isi" -. in the winter -i and during
: t 4 S'a' followed llllnl..lullJors'isit them as they regarded How any titan tiny quickly curtii ii-. If I and foils we LaIltH.rI"! it. : '
I .1: >I.Irery. seven bishops are the season of ls:::!-;!:3Ilit'lIIo'IWt'I'I1'JIII": 4 [
1 arL"r"r -utlenn from -ex ml u iKnesi. __ .
1 !.\ ,I :':1'('r.' and 1 have seen a Inc and Halifax. In the latter seasunshe ln't vitnlnv. niiiiit'<>. \'IUIl'.I!>. | tliciu-i-h-cs. Tlify will t ilk 'n.i t !

; ;-i.p:' > a n d put Mlilly out on the high Cree Indian stare an approaehinuOoitkhobor : was sent to London! and there chartered etc.sir, and"nli1llIr.fnliirtje. iuiill Simply weak send orxHii your t hun> 'i'i il,I __ x I[ thuii wtcju.. We wa.t t- b!>" j i I ', I Ir Iy

M.IS. After tossing shunt for some away by holding uu apiece list the Po/tuuuost' government to und adire-- Or. Knapp Menicjil o I L I.. .ire hth: work wu (I. 11. I' /
tone' III'allllt'l! ) on in unknown K- of l annoek in front of his tent, transport In: nips intendtHl for the MTViee Hull KuilJiiii: 11"1 roll-,. :\Mich nt-d' ; '101I11(1I1lIy % i : .r .
J \\ wad free re' 'Ipt with full- i < way.
; +I la: 01, i he .'ous sjiot shirk in afterI.IMK with a deprceatiug:; gesture and the of he late shun IV-dro to Hnizil.: Returning tiiins >o that any mail niayeasilv- n t": : I-> I
{Z f' self at b ones TliU certainly a 111"-' _'. I
; IK. ll.t "ftven'I'liis word 'trll-: I
Sara : Wat Of the io l.onilon. she was mild to the :

'j ;.. ,' f... ;. ., SIO'IIsh{ government by the latter converted rrousotfrrandthst'nowulg.'xtractlak from tlielr daily! mail show \\but nil 11 i'\i-r.: u
t a -! i :i.i" Hevl.Mi" says, "wnsex- Infant Eats Strychnine Tablets. into a cruiser Jind employed of their icenero-ity. .. I ALL WORK C.O.D. GJ d3 alM fir SGI! Dj7!; J nil Fisii.
j h R.c.lnllln.1.'a... XII1 .Frances Dear Ii.r-P..II. accept myini- T-
f I, 'I 1. iu "i .!J"" In".r all bat against lion Carlos in the civil war of1S" thanks for yours of rwent dale.: I !h IH\- I TELEPKOKE 1 14. 27 GARDEN ST-
R t' .-1.d I -I, ,'. DM. ,rise ,.1.1| | liishops II II1. Matafilo: White, the little daughter oJ ;|>. thus U-inu the first ste.uuer to gireuyour treatment. thorough [<'-I ai.'ltbe
Mr. and Mrs. Rnli >rt C.Vhito.. cl! lieiu'tit habeen extruortimary. It l1a'l,j
," ,,'.I -. to pivvt :'' 11 i-.i | tire a hostile !olin!. completely braced 111- up I am !'1'1 a- !| WALEEH INGRAHAM Man
", ,', t. S ,'S '. ruin: : and n:1: -li,l 1'111'1 Maiicliestf-r. got hold of some tablets vigorous. when a toy and you caunut I; 1er.
4, aiv-nir and! realize .h w harm) 1 am." ,.---
containing strychnine and --
ft- 11 : I I. I 1".1:: .n. i-i"nat.' I "liear $Ir.-\ v allowed them and died in less than ALL WHO Lisa ATOMIZERS: in It.. ult. what ,.
fully. were I needed.Ktrength
{ 3 ,tt 1 s at: .1 ; Tin" I. y ar <;!iI. i- I.t i I.- i iI. : exactly WEEKLY: +CHbUl'-L1 ': n ;.
I. : \\, ., : -P!! hl I 1. .d\; ,' : an hutir. A do/en physician? w"-iv r treating nasal catarrh will /get the turued and and enlargement vigor hst'cnmult'I..I Is entirely )satisfactory. re-- i I

t' + t :. .' n lu !ni "; -"!! "i ii -iininiiii.i d. hut tilt r'hiM'a,; in hit best result from Kly's Liquid Cream ." FOR STnAM;; DIVI IO11A1LWAV > ,

# 1 t .' .' r I : .' : I" '11..1 t, I' I' '1''''''l'I. tLl .1' o! r.eaih: ire they arrived. Ualui. Price. incluJitnc sprayingtube I "b.trnu''e arllIr In.-nialcmi Ynurs was; u-x reveivedand of the reciii had as. PEN3C'tIi.tUtlf: Ti.a: 'j iii "ARPEfji

; !I...I". ni L\ in .I. t 1 .1 I.. 75ct; *. !hold by aru ri-ti or I inn .-d. and can truthfully bay it ia l> iO'i | Ci>MI'AMTralus
5:4fi1Ir: 4a i' . Perry Pleads Not Guilty. ; |Ito "' ''ik men I am greatly: ., IIIIPro111! I II I
mailed by Ely L'ruz., 5(5; Warren Ht., i aU" stretiKt But \ i Per'.cl1la for t' Lt. I .
:".nr. ; vii'a.: .-*. Nov. 17.-To a ) -\11 currtp.iiiile'it'e i is stncttv r'i' '::id"nttiai ha yo=. 1t.IYyUu.: .0tOaAaJ It :
4a3 | /!
i' New York. i liiiule I 11.. pl I r ., -euirI| >'!iv. :"t! '1 : i i r
iii' i f'W r
b r' 1 , ,. : red mid hurt rtarratiea at
.It'I' II) 111'( t''? I 'I' 111! t.irlig: r.iiti:, tli- ,,-kl'l , tin v \\:iu- '
t 4k : i- K I ... '- M"lifV 'ilni l'ir. It J'l.-1 l:, th:> illy 'i Oet. :;. Oliver (L New Orleans, l+t'pt I I'.mo.Mesn : ., ,'\'I"Y M'-ift l-i -. .\ .' .t ,!, *:.'<> ... ..t K''r.rt Herrancit' 7.1l a.. I n I ,lL : Cro.IJ1 .

:fc' i : .1.1' u '' i ite01 poi"i .I.1UK] N P'rrrf., (' :. ..::en'gro.alreait! 1 ; ELY nl fI--I -old two I 1'i.u-iH.m.,' arrive! kt }'Uri rtarrniican I'n'.t c : :::: ,; .
; I I \:\.IU Jrt Barrtciem iii-a
tr .-. n I i. IIr... \V. .\. 0 Al-ni bottles of your Lujtiid C'rt>aOJ Balm: I : \;-
I i i.t /tfii: wl.: i tl.I .' I Miler til Ciara .\. | so: p m. nrrivmt Fort Kiim.icat \:.:, p o ,
'$ *C .1 Ii.I S F.ilafox\ :"'t. : to a cu..tnm.Vm.. Lamberton.: J 1115Delacimise j "'::111 ltIar l""I" jt'vrlrltcl1 7,11'prr'p I 4
} MoitiiL. at U'.i\.ii.> N>'\' 1. )jiU'ad" I : "Ht., New Orlebtto: has "" m s.r.vcm port !< .rracaf atr: p 3 ', .I'J .
1 n. .; (guilty!! toflay III the Siwurviili'::! .->ii ] used the two b ttelvi'g! him i'a1' *. !e--.e 'Vor- Harranaasfor 4. u..alH .. '
l' # i L, fl-5TOn .A. i ptrlul'triu.inal court. I[ wonderful and m.-tat: i-Lo-t' ly' rfUEU. If You HaveRheumatism at }j;

j H 1. l ? :!IF 1J: t J rtits;, It lief I ..ult9. W. ;Mi-Dt H F. 7 : 1.1 m iTive at rV::acola. ;. a. u
li ., '' / Foley's Honey aud Tar for cotnrh.. I'"Wiiy i-'. :.:' I u ii) a r; tiVuMiouiik.. .. .. H ..1't ';
44' .; f -u ,-.-:vat P asacma : .'. : .
rf i .k j .
e t f jI I and: colds; reliable, tried and te'-ted, 5-"" \I'll B. r ',.' Itt rt'acola f.t.l IJ.J I
3113ll 7:0 p in.rive .t I'ennco.a I if I
--- I *'ife and sure; W. A. D'Alemberte. '&.\6p !u.atrveatPeaeacoia.._.._ ..Ik r. iW 'Si'- -*-

? .. sand n true!.. I 121 fi. Palafox 8t.n..11a 'Ituirird.. -O"U''ZI"; '" cJURCSOL ..-atnrnays oaly I. \] *'."'iTtf

r IRNF r :- '" n ''t 11111 :' ill! story of R j FAHE yoa WEEK DAYS. : _.l" ..... j out&&&*

'3 i i7 r4 >I",! S r of tae deliflive! I I'D"nc-J the! Rr''at tMti'l(' and I ren'&oonto! fort K rr&nc 8bLi1 mtr.-i t 110 .
: t a+ \ '.'I 1-' : ,LI-, r'.ieMer 'I I'... rl'l"t.lit' iTieiiy cure I lVr .cola toN!\vy Y&ra; and retnrnQ .._ tI I
:. -I think she short "."i. It h'-f cures Later IldD"all'I $ I'. nee:rota \ i'atmestollaach and rt;Url; Ix9rsDAY '
wears n'err Famous at harcs far
.-.S \ in.ti- rr6lUnaliy ; I I.i bladit.seutex!; canned by fcu ex9 c>f
.i i,.. I I',i .. :1..1i. 'li.t'i golrini skirt. j u a 1 It aver falls: at d build tp .: "JUODUD&. I fwise
l Shl'Wl'lI.'h shoul-Jn't she? She 0! : -.tli and ftrergth V.hl"lIlinl/lt; $ wits"r p.rrn U! the ranDi:.. I Generations past.
t J,! K S i I' I li. li left tiler tilli I 7h .=. : '! stamp for brook nf wfiDderful cer- I open coach'I.rartkesa.. I
i f' y # t ..i I 1 n':, J : il im.k the! |-ri'i-ill- I has a pt rfect riLt I tr ales I'rice. fl per bottle tor sale ;a Lvloribu.ntr Famous new all over
c ill fllltlt of He Her I left Ijoks aH right! too.-St. ,. oj drnsKisi H yiir.r druggist, ran nut $ tt.rc IOem. I
\ \ "I ; !r"lu'r
i .
supply :>dii it will I* '*nt prepaid upuureceipt II
11 a. inIp.nx. i>
mSp.m. the World.
1.1" .I'! : I! Louis UI'.JI.e- emocrat. I II oi price. Address $ I

t1' I if' "a\o I nal\ -IUuliiii li\ tie! I .: For bai ii.Dannheisser.-
.. t Uricscl! Chemical Co. Los AogelesCallor I, .
I'ul i 41. t ,
d.I r n'h.! .' -1.,1"\: in' !lead l pirkiil I j, i I
t "You can never tell what will turn ... the I p. r ic Bros
*:;' THUI rinkerti.n's drk ill Ins hand. |j up ( p. m
,S { k i4 "'l! liis is pmd sntilf. affalily reI I I in polities." observed the wlrllla.ll'r. I i p. m. I p. IB
L. N Brnnswi Ia & CO. New rrl an' LaDistributing I
h :.'.ni h. d 1 tincrook he took a sniff "Yes, and that isn't tLe worst' of it : : t'enaacoia art Karr.lC Pary 1 .' -- -

F 'Tor the ey/s or the nose'?" asked rejoined the ex-candidate. "You ran /] Agents. lard and retara_._,_,___ Ikfeniacou DR. KINC'sTRY
: I never toll who will 1* turned tIown.ChicJ1O ."- to I'a.meno Se!ot: Errtara
t I'ip.k. rton who knew that the I'r"k di- : in i !iinji at We through a ",1 trVi1b1011lAO ......a .___ _____._.__ lh
,'f rf :. ; iiueudiAl to blind him in an effort News. I No t''liht' pl..nar ass! e. n. NEW DISCOVERYFOR
teies.ion| :
.. I
10. -:11. "Whi .. I in 1 -'OItT; \RK.\NCAS. Fla.. Oct. -
r i. :ic\ sun jer eve THAT COLD.
I ; '<\ 11." remarked the criminal "I'm i j Conliln't See It. dat dime _. :!O. }'.*. .>.-Seiled; {ir.'poiii-. in
t t't- t4r > ,irrv. to say that the uo,e gets it this) i "Awfully! good joke, old chap; she jer wuz jjoin' t< r give UKa 'I triplicate, will bf received until Every Woman TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
+ an' 1 wuz trym' ter tiring it close!
t '

y non j paid 1 bad more money than brains, 11 :31' a. ni.. Nov. la! I 1'>J2, for con. :
Cares "
: t. +Lt' 1 1 and I h:1'u'tlt a rent"Vhcri enough so it 'd look like a dollar. f-trtictin. plumbiniandeiertric wiring t Ulalcnr Ur'l:: !>: w' Consumptinn.Ooii/: 1

j "\ 's the joke':"New 1'0IkJour- : New York Lvcuing Journal. two ;single ;sets X. C. O. ijimten: M4RHL hirlinq Spra' I I1b..h"I..I Colds' Bronchiti ?, Ah I.

fomiakey'alrlnion. I aL Fort )rcJ ,'p. Fli. I' s. ...,. /.r I Ih
iS JSisi (; I reserveright I" ., u./ PneumoniaIIayFerrl'risy flj'
-1.> s Charley O.miskey: "It has aIj" I. r
'. .
t ( .natanry In heed to reject or accept any or all : j fI Ibk :
$ 4i ,. I been the g-md of the game with ak I..10..... 10,''.1'1 : Latjrippr( Iloar e'ii ,
1 i Proof.To The I'lllt't'e't'r! there many girls! propo- or any part thereof. Information "
4 'i i \iiieriean league, l but it is always iM.,/nnht atIt '
'' : you think that animals have a where you were staying? furnished: on application. 111._ lrrutapilrtte .., Sore Throat Croup c.Whoopin d
.'rt'-liquation: and self interest with i Envelope i I M'It'.I..c..IDO .. ,
containing proposals
"I should I didn't dlHP.1"I'e -
language? say so. Why.
; :
+ n.! .' X..tinnal! lnxu. h'o Ian, as wo d,'" / I should be marked: "Proposal* for other.liwtniM bal'r5d Kainp tarn- \< ? Couijh.
"Well. I !have often beard of deer- my room after dark. -New York uooku4 It g VM Vv| D
I 1 i tilt gwHls: M the public it will b* Construction: addre?ed to \\'. 1I ;. rnlpaneul.nuA'tera! **r.ln- C I NO CURE. HO PAY.
(.\\tllkln-Brotllo.ljIl Life. Life. nUatlotlOwllee. n 'K' ..L to., ..
i I Cole :M.
1 \v' .,. iii. I (1. 2UoctlU7nov2t: Room ate Times Bldg, New Vork I Price 50c. and S I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
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a; : _
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No electric fan- ecessay' "Cookie" 's amazed at the cakes' mad flight, ;: --

; --i ()-_ I But thinks they are merely remarkably light. f

'() J- I No need of a fan to make cakes fly when : : t .:.

(yv / ,;:

made from the ';.
: magical .:, yS .

__q TI ?(' S ? ; *

$ P29C Presto ,

j t: The HO 1 Xl?f. Company ( Bette than flour) THRIFT-the the Presto housekeeper'swatch-word.habit and measure your should Presto be by a its habits savings -

over flour, baking powder, etc., cot by the acre bulic.THE .



,.-- Spontinl'i Decoration CHOICE MISCELLANYAmericans I I

Casparo Spontlnl.! the composer, regarded t ,

himself In the litjht of a demigod "
for medicinal uses i and when English Soclrty. Ii
Best inspirations crowded Not long ago a certain young American ,I .
upon him he donned a wide, togalike ,
was a guest in a country house I ;
gown of white silk with a border of ,
the" [ old and a fez of white silk embroidered which received an unexpected visit /. ; : ,-
rtvs -!an win tell you that you should always have some rood whiskey In from royalty. It seems that when the I !
._Y.;j F r accidents, fainting spells, exhaustion, and other emergency cases It relieves in sold, from which a heavy tassel
...r.''..., But you must have good whiskey pure a hlskey for poor whiskey adulterated I hung down. WOo great dignity he sat party was; first made up the royaltieswere
a. decided harm. HA YSER WHISKEY is just \\hat you need for it goes included. .t f
.. K a) do I down before his desk, and If a grain Then something Intervening
,r own distillery to you with all iw original strength richness and savor .
". : $IITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PCR- of dust was visible on the paper on the great guests thought they I !

.'.!1 a AiE, aoJ saving the dealers' enormous profits. We have over a quarter or a which lie penned his music he rang could not ('(1mtIld their places were i for infants and Children. : .
i. exclusively family trade, who know it is beat for medicinal I : :
wed customers the bell
at impatiently for his servant to filled with
people of less
: Importance.
:-:.., atd prefer it for other uses. That's why YOU should try iu Your money back it remove the obstacle. Spontini ownedso The Kind You have Always Bought has borne the signature
satLssed.prct But after the party has: assembled! the
r. al'i MI many medals and decorations that of Clia-. II. rictcher, and has heed inailo under his: .
I hostess received! a telegram saying aft- I
they could no longer be accommodated personal supervision lor over 30 ll':1rS.llow no ono I I i ito 1-

; from our distillery to YOU I on his LreJ't.t! a grand musical re- er :all i if it would be royal highnesses; would come with E'
1 union at Hallo an old musician remarked "Jii..t-as-jootl" arc but Kxperiiuents, and eudaiiffcr tho !I i

Sam Dialirs1 Profits I ProvintsAdatt/rationI I to a comrade, "See how many pk'.isura. The young; .\w'rkan"Ult health lit' Children-Experience against llxperiinent. -: ,I t t

decorations Spuutinl has, while Mozart at once to his hostess' saying: ,

has net one." Spontml. who overheardit Now, I understand thoroughly! that The Kind You HaveAlways Bought' 'i1.

replied quickly, "Mozart, my dear if your party had been arranged tuml't.'t 11

HAYNER WHISKEY friend, does not need them. royalty I should: < not have been Bears the Signature of '

included, and I want to relieve you ol ; I It I I.i
i iiJ j IIU fnklnd FUn!;,
any possible embarrassment by goias: .i :
PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE "I saw him holding your hand," said at 011I:..." I'
her small brother, whereat -
all the other -
She duly laughed:;; at him. "You'll 0

j FULL $020 EXPRESS numbers" cf the family looked up. stay jut where! you a1",'. Rather you t 1 '
"Yes, she rl'plil'alml) ; "he has will t '
'I i.iove up a story bizber.; You are !

IJf QUARTS PREPAID' been"Oh studying!" said the palmistry.small tle'I'r least of niy troubles. 1 wishthe In Use For I Over' 30 Years. I'

brother. others wire all as sure of ncreptability tTNau. e......... Y. .un.. iftt. "rw YO." en .iTNr 4
.11"<> was reading; : the btory of my Ui the royal ;jrue>t<. If jou were n :l'f. ;;;: 're "..:! :r. : 17.& d ?r'i ..
Lf; ; she
11" mm. FULL QUART nOTTLES of fiA\* 'ER'S SE\iN.: defiantly. an fnclishman: there would have to .
,r i.120:! und we will pay the express charges. Try it and For a moment it looked! as It she had -- !
ul right and as good as you ever used or can buy fromI snbi'uixl' U' great care and selection before yoaWtiH
ace send it back at our expense and your (J.'Jo will be II'mall brother. Then herein lie asked to meet them but :1:! it = I"I I
'it mail Just think that offer over. How could it be no" d, "You must L. pretty old, 4-: ": )jjJ tf. B. WRIGHT GOffiPRNY I"i"
U .
u ivrrectly satlslieil you are not out a cent. Better let us! sis: one only has to say you are 'Aim ri- T' ,
If eon aunt want four quarts your-M-H. get a friend to can.1 That satisfies all pwsil.K' in. ... I Ii I ,
_: uade In a plain se ilid ca e v'r.U no marks to show hat's ",V'ii till you mean?" she demanded, j ., \ \ '1 !I Ii i
lUiri s.: It is hard to say whether : \ H"d HANCFAI'IUKEKS AND PKALFKS: IN ; : !!
"Ir w.-i :! Img \ If I
r'\i.. Col.. Idaho Mont. NVv., N. MCT Ore..Utah. Wa he basis of 4 Ouart<* for $&. bv Exprl"li'lItI' --_ "'up' j I.. .il. Titmep.t. hit there always sreO! tome i : C LUMBER LATHS."I
:. 0| quart!! for 816.UU by Freleht Prepaid \"J> a ontiaued:: story."-Brooklyn
:4IIa't..11'" still a eerl-iln! cjndpvcension in tJiN: ,
', :.Le our nearest office: and do It NOW. E :."'. I I" "
I very fri-'i-ily:! attitude.-Chalmers Roli- JlII S!11ED CYPRESS _DEt1LESDrii'_ 1
I Ljj ?JI
"ri. -.aVMER DiSTILLING COMPANYCAYTON :'-'Hi R4wal""d. erts iu World's Work. I J j I

OHIO ST. LOUIS. MO ST. PAUL, 1f.1(''C. i- !> 1 lieeti fur:; Iden! to play c ;;::'. PE !o'At'OJ.FLA. .
<" .Il'r! in the bathroom, but Yi'oodon"You SatmeF C..rt..n. .
LLHIT. 1 t'n''! tPKiufatiiUi proved toot h.p t* heard" said the tobarcidenier "

r' -.",,:,...' "I.1.":.'): !:' i .e turned "m tL! faucets.Lii"t ""f wooden nuts ss-tho-! ,'
'.i' ---. --. .---- ------. -, -.-- ,. : { to the door little! later, were the thin: -.nv; a new t'rn: L A jD \fJ1JaDa ,; !HIWE

.' .. -J:: 1 a rapid'r: f!"".,' t f;'.!h beside to ('nmI'.tleut-hut did joti ever L'-u ,

-.: / f. : ,:, PKYSCAS! fP.CSuKlBC( :: IT. '.> :i.' !i ktn-lt a -..' Ii I '"'.\ \\ io, with of tobaeeo' made of wo
.. .. ., .. .1' ..,, lv .,.1 :'i I u( d.I! ;>.'Vv.ll.til.t'l .- -i[>'d :lends and a terrified voice, bllt'I'u:1:4( put mt in rcrett''s< :! !by ni.enterpriMiif t .

{ :1 \ 11 ,. 'Koli y'- If! II f v '\, i iT If'. ;I it i- :, VK '.'.MM i I:;: "(iu. Lord, if you know ; Brit<*'!'i lin.i; !""tt'al', it ['r. is \VINl'Gii 1 T u ,\ N K: v .;;. u,: ". 'l K.-'. !!!
', :::- .;- ,-.' ". !t' ,v" I"t-! f. ut.'te ,,,ef., .Itt .1).1jr Ii .
> :
iiuw. pit1'so turn off this water, but if wa> s'r' ltll'lll'H'.1.;: colored \ IMnrtistually > 5
,-'i.'t' :t '. r n:uiy( i". t'rit!' and
r.. -y' d'- i' i 3'.1 i--it send some one who and siiiiritiHi with; e 'rlaia: SEND US YOUR ORDERS NO.!. ; ;
Irur! f'I1II.: .I- tl.iu'i'vi' in'ilicuie. .
ran. -New York COIIII.Jl'rcal.d'l! r.ti.eI' drills tIt!: M\t i il -i; taste reherl! linetohate : J'
j W. ,\'Al't! b"rte, I Ijji z+ I'alafox
/t. .<> p'iiol-I.\I '." !< iv-; the riiil.nlel! Thompson, Olsen d Ct 1 j
'i r I
; brl'Ai i phu HC.-OI-.I. "Tit. dllrdttn'I I :'

tr .'_ ailrMf "'O'JII't s 's s!on2y ssz Tar Foley's Honey and Tar always ebeii! ;? and they had a ;good sale iniuii: Manresa Street f/i one 147.E8TABLI&HE'D N
; Ic i toioy ,
i rr the _
I ".: Jl'nw I stops cough and heal+ the lunsrs.Ilefue the plan;:. The British fn: 's business;; _::.
I cares col's. prseats pneumoniaIf substitutes.. A. D'Alem-
!inererin.l.! A uood: nilliJivr tlf orgy
I berte I:: tJ.: 1'alafox St. 1863.Tele I : ll
( A rtf Iwo eliin.'s for shredding w(1(11'1'1' installed I
..:.z., Ln. cea you want :a nice present to given I ,- \ Mi

cJ.d .I'.1.. : a frietd go nnd I.'ofc through the i Fall In its factory, and the li-inN:
I Skull.
worked! overtime to supply the tradThen -. : i
ln.t of suitable articles at
Dothan Ala.ov.! iI
t -Toai Daw-
r ":b U:, =: 11. I. :tpphel1<;. you surely can findfomfthinir suddenly the law stepped in. The I
o -DXALSB8 0
.' \ i':" .tt arw j t>> plea*** yuu. If you soy a yam man a xtt 2rt years ol linn wa lined .sunn, and the nunii- 'I
want anything in the I/iamond lIut a,'' who lives near Ahlievill, was factmv of l'int.0001 eigaretti-s; came !
: i
'" 1lI' '1" .sure tll ft-B him he'orn :you buy. danKoroasly: hutt hire while bicycling to a full t to1. I lore, as a curiosity i is Ship Chandlery and General jlardmare,
E': h'-orl': !'.. ;
I i out on Ia.sta.n: street. Pest beyoa-i a wooden ('I olrl tie, one that I saved

-- the C Vntral n'\d. In som unaccountaW. It !' >k.s, you sot like the real thin.. 801 AND 605 8. PAIU\FOX HT11KKT..O33TCOy I.: I

rI': ;'. ......... ..._"""." .:!f .I...........'!: .,:":,}.,_:,,:,.... ;, .> manner he was thrown from his I guess too, that it would taste aa i* --- \. -
..w '" -"" m whirl! striKins! the gro'inrt!'; fracturing tnwh like: the real thins as many of REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. KOEELINQ'B 10\8 CO.'fl I

t.f: '::: tht skull! fn m one temple to the other. the cheap cigarettes; that are on the GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. KDSsEL! & !MOX'3 PUI1P8.COMPA8SKP I
', Ht- was carried! to the office I
,i, !. t_ s ?: f1 Y WORDS m II. G. Powl'll.'hl'rp the skull of was Dr.J. market. Sa3113 IaTts;: I'ata' Gait I.tisat IDttr cCtt! nuts Jt:3ri, Ibin r. '

r '. .. tropliinod by Drs. Howell and HenryGrocn. frtlnlpat'nnd for Ti-.. "' LOOK, fTC:

: : .- 'Fort.-: ;] The chance for the yours Tie! demand for railway ties! wil!' C. McKenzie: Oertia(; Collecting Agent;; for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asao t j

Il f tt man's" recovery is extremely doubtful cause a demand fur some substitute (! CI.ltlMJ. t

I fiar wmxl within the next few jvirsuule 1

vt t TWENTY GENTS (m'i;) I Europeans Indignant s some method be nd,'pte'
...*.. Now York. Nov. 1Telt'grams are will replace thaln.idy depl-teil MIJI- f foOPo {

: -------. }; : puhli" nearly all the capitals ply of timber suitable) f'ir thi> JHlr}"). I'. .

I' Ift 1 I of Knr< :'" today sass a Tribune di-- White oak. tin standard grail fur tic-. \

.; .. ." '. ,: ,' \ :. : :-e DAILY NEWS One Cent a |1 l>at( h! from London expressing; indignation is ton slow it srmvcr and renews it-ll? IFensacola 351! oridla ,

'I at the attempt on the life of only once in a centuryAs I irly :i s ? ; i I ,
i'I.: :I' J' ;- wuuderful results. There I H; no t r King Leoi.ld.! The Standard says IsiS lenertll William Henry Ila rri'llli ._ ____ _. .. ___ .. I

.1 in the state for realizing: : :a want "ich fresh crime! of this: class revives csill" ntiention to the coatall'tJ'I'" of I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. 1: ; i.

,..-.1', t .1l1f.U: : 9HAVE the fiiHvsnou cf joint International action the \Vabat>b valley! as Icing tit'I'XII''I'Io'i -- .11.' : I
to deal with the danger. tlurnIlUitnuII; ,; rliIrll"IIUI: hi\o: I J
Beautiful Lots for Sale. 1
since demonstrated the entire suitability
YOU A WANT (* 1 Jniirn'N Iliiii.inu linlu"lrj. catalpa wool for ties. There b r ,

E EA S I Nature sums to have made .Jamaica! treat probability! of the establishment 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord F ; '

fie home of *1k' banana but it re- location and Ti
of citalpa plantations by some of the ing to surroundings. I '
wl nl..1 for AiutTioita 'uh'rrri-l' tt! turn '
enti rprisln railroads of the country.It --- --- i
I' ; i
'A"iM'Ml.: Notoriety Wanted. the yt-llow fruit to cold. It is "ti. Good i i I
has he.n fuuhd that with ;gmtdtreatment Exceptionally Neighborkoo, Beautiful View, i : .
iJ! "A"i sited. OpiuilnVauted.. n.iHil that 1I'.tllll) hunches of teat -

." .; t" :.;" '1. p irtner Wanted. I nn'iiis were shiiii! 'l I from that i island! make one trves tie twelve At twentyliveywirs years will High, Dry Fertile Lands. ; ;;'t.l I ,. (.'

D! 'V.nted.Z Quitters Wanted. I last yi-ir. At at' average of a. ('t'nb of age the trees will yield tWI.Itit'S \',- I
mach. : this would \ ). The for investment I
Wanted. Wanted. it yield U-.oon. grandest opportunity ever -
R-Mjin each, or over :: !NN I an acre. Tlie
r .c It i< :dso st.itf.1 that :.!tout $1.s.-.tI.IIOIJ I
Wanted. C'rvauts'auted.; s,>;:>iwl growth is about one inch in cffered in Pensacola. j i

G r W mi ted. I It T aniWanted.. I is paid out annually in wares hy fruit diameter.ltro! -- -- -- I I
reuepanirs. This would brine a total
W\.lt"d. UlllfJUmtn'tlntHlL Home Seekers Should See These Lots. t I
t I uf ?=">HKMKKt to the island in one year <<-hy Ilfinl I'alli .VnnjKeachy -. -- ---- .
: \Vauted.. Vehicles Wanted. direct result of the fruit trade.W. ,
I i us ;.1 bead, with its seven whitecliti's
I u'' Wanted. WivesVunted.. I tit' varying heigbt called the j i 'T.Clubbs

; K :' Wanted. XperieuceVunted.. .... I' A. Hf-rrpn of Finch, Ark., I Seven Sisters i says the I.oml.1U Tinn-. V

tJ 1 \.V 111 ted. You're wanted to have WZf : writes. "! wish to report that Foloy'B 11:1 a i Mtuinent and well known! bid Corner Garden, and Alcaniz Streets I '. ;

I.: rvl. \V Intf'd. ..l enough tn place a ,v* I' KiJuev Cure hn cured a terrible tin the south i-oast the hi .:he-t I i!

1 1 (5ij i i11 '' cage of kidney and bladder trouble point icingo flit above the I.,\ ('1 of I i I ali
'I' chit two doctors !!i\pllIp" t high water rnfortuiiately the dill in !I N'. 11. BKKNT, WM. H K OWU;!!. W, K. HVK.K lit, J. rt KEEBK.: '..i i 1 ..
A. D'Alfinberte, 1'Jl: S. 1'iihifox t. President. Vic Prt-i>tdrnt. ikitiirr. 'n': l'aibler j I
front ot tlie llglithonse. of late year> 1
)! 1)) III i rm 1 i SPECIAL BITES ETTB j 1 I h.l ho\vii signs of insecurity which I
//11 I ) { lUIQ 11WQ. t Foley's Honey and Tilt j ill \W:: culminated in It very b '.i\\ 11 14 1
: 1 'I !J-il( tflJ lU { \ let[ET OR 4ttsTi;. .:;. | full, amuuntl!!;;. it is said, to no h'! atioiial 1 Bank ill ti'nnnlarr.
i ;: Irs
.. .. r. I than 1i'"i IirW" l tons of chalk. Again; ill IJ t II I i Ii
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-_ -. -- --
.".. '-_ ._.4.- .. .'__''' ''" _"_. ., __ .,q-., _,, - i lv". iiutber: IIIch.'tlll'nt! oeei-rred! o Ii :

an .e-tin.ite! quantity of SitiJt i) tniily ".
I OT P..l'CB; COLA. 1'Li\. '
./., tlic' serious downfalls the ,!i : I
/ 'o Htance
I 0 i.JSNI) II.V1K <.0' t D" .- --- < : I i I II tT.aaT
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I ... 7. / I.
J., betwten the lighthouse; tow.r
..'. : :?..!o''c ::f4SueWM. 11
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\\1 1 ,p'lm"ro.t'tft"I.( *- 1'Hy. K'\I \f BKlKM'ManufMtn.'vtl : : ", >- ) ."j : -- // ', nnd[ the cliff edge; was reduced fiomItm
I -.nil amounts ai low %' '. ; : ; H. KNOV/LKd W A. BLOMiJ" C, lfl'I: N.It. HYz.J;. I i
.mi Lull R:. brook", \ a:1dI' h'r tn lair-. Hats Toilet I / -\. '. /.. to ii) feet and th'rare not want Jj-
,I '-- 1'i.lntcx $t", K' .IHT u.:rlriee,9atr0..'..:. !! f\e.Xit! W. Umfrnnirut : ? ing si-.M'.s that further disintegration; IIr D. Q.felp BaE' r ; [
i J1i ; j
amine the hit may sooner or later take place

1'', .t'I.. \, v'u ninounl nl''IS yon moat r ant., \\; .\Nl'i. <:-I'-AIi.11'11.:1'1'L kirii .o'..r.),.-empty F"rri I -. "c.:. .;.q.. : ::;,-:..:... ,.; \.. '_ Thus l liirlilhouse has :tri>OHI oa the u more necessity stable! for and itII"W 4 U; &C Ml t til 4 S Sdi '; I II t

: .
t : told lowest rat MSiu ''''It'-. S. A "R' r- N "I'.v' I I'j "'i"di'riil. jtl. II
..mprovt! copy r>-ii! ySS"Ws
'...r, :I 4;. l outb I'alft- i \oo I 1'.1' trpriuerta ur I.Ii. .n.b. ,II I I Ij
i, ,, s''
t cad.uI.d ddtlR..n..r1t. .
InUatiK0o !
II .,. ,...' ("",,'n"'I'. AMKi.n.tN: r 11 .I"J.II .\- i'tifnno as M" tiers I draw our OTU Billa of Exchange 0.1 Great Britain, Jr"i "s. 4Germany ,
1'\:1"11'\" \\.1.1'111'01'.11''. JI" 't11'AN'1'F V.'i-.t, \\11 th' 111 ,;-paper!' of the tutIll' !
: MtA1rYodrpr'4 1 : -unu ; Fratca, Anntria Italy Holland Hj'=.ia, Beljrfatn fiosbla ?: i
I.- lil ,'V Mr. Victor Murdoch. :id-
I ', Nltypro. ,!i Ilode hulu'iiuti.: ..",,1\ t.. < ; I my Sirsiaa, Denmari and other European ccnutrns.. ;
'"'v or wJ r..A 'h- ,! "rnttnatNo.l 1 Wt duxrnftrrtt. ,;, ':1'- .1 i: ,' t..e K,itt :iss-M-i.i f I --- --.--
.c ili-sc.-.nttOD, !have :I I m..l\t brlwirll S bud 1" "\11 t k d'll. ; : t.irty .
: net tended 10. i L rruo"n. 1.111I' yMT r i! t.rVeJ"el- tred upon \1} 7 iOt F' 'rablw Torris; an i'. Motion <'0. I --- ----- --- ; .I. il.tiij: i 110'"q"; : > in large cine* t Otl! MOJ; T&zen Payable at Pert of agtr-aj:; i. T -ti or Fifleec t a' I 1 3

.. r \trntli. Pttn a- ,! \\ to learn, Imrher trade, wouli[ ,In i i-.unl s.i ii' --I i't.: ': 'e I 'hti'1m.u ..fstr VTesa-il Arrifs! ; t ,s'a.r"3af6t7 '
ate: 'i o .ryonl' _____ __ __ I
,1 aJvuui'f -
Kapul ni by I\bUIIIu.> u
: / 'h 1001"I Iii'I t.' "a.! hail! "t
"ri : u'nd money ;' o' ualiHc ynw.loe <; re t- .! lit
.. ,riot JDopo Eov.ep. for Rent In Ooaceotf ca ', iwith
I tint>:,n to (!:fiiit, apll.-Hi Catalog; < 1 ;, U.'WS. Ji tall -.i\ tl.i.e: vi.111 1'e ,
I trt,- Writ trdav. Barber Culv ., i TvMoV* IVi" Ao l"tDumf forth I.
!t wsiliAra s U
'd -jl'-i'' [ a'HjMitftr
i Otllj 'I" i' 'I"' !I' <" a;! ei.ljierij Ii
Nf. Oni'Hi h. (!'" |: Up to With Delight j t'v! .\ ., .:.1! .-,uf.! '! t ;,,.' ;i.-: |j'' 1 i' t .- !r.. ?. '
'-' .. f
aA II- 1'( .\ [need Hin :.!. to ,"' to 2'I..uU' n.:, 1111. ;'i 1 I'd'' '', :! ''i \\'..'ill! i ii ii ---- i '
,' : : 1.! \, \! n h, iuini"W nrimmi N''", i,, I i ,[a.I : I
; I u \ u. 'i 1.1 ly .,i !I'"' >i 1'1 i i .1,1! i ''- Illumination i
awe s ,
nbu ) I I.H.U afi-r a m n.l 1 tc r at.d to tak-- :
-8tbr 1>1\ and -a\" Vupi t.x'.W 1 .0\ ra.. u- i |I' .i i i !
Hui- ruti.l.r-.n liuilditsi :i:itf ; provide it for the home properly .1.' ;
\ I i p..'! r ,: \ -' i : ii"' !I' ,

... Foie e:+A.t.i;. sewed through; non-leaking/ pipe, j Cup b.aLI, 111.1; !: 1"-- .':. '" ,

-, I .! .- i I fltuair and fixture', from the plainest .. 1
.- yi I I. MvuAIX CBB b- hid in (I'll' of thtV i Told Krr I r ., f I'I'"r I'i 1
'J'!i' I t.'t :'j :.' at ie.-ld'-nof ana dir..,blfuot single jet article to the most i Ifln: l- '1':1: me Ili'iJ." : 11',1'; .> ; '.' :
i i I. Northwest Rlil. sue J-ct to guarint I '
', :.' > '. li-nsrdt fair r.\'l'lIu"lvr ihrt" ytnrn,, I ornate chandelier. \cn wire a rich man do you ti.nn! :y> i : :: ---;
., be at office. A., would : ,.1, !
li-i: ir b uee can step my : me to marry youVUivrgi '' "
-- ---- t.t ubn. dnovtwf I Gas: lighting is still the recognized I don't think It would t i-' r ,.' '.. .. : : i: -::,: :
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lit III :\
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- ')K 8ALB-Ta mon desirable lot laiie I safest illuminant and the gag we neee--.1 rj. Edith. In that case \'..u. .d+. "a r. 1 iI .
Ir .. .
v I .t-4 : Ire III cay oa rosy term, by the Kittetl : ;" ....{. .
.'. .mnt ,. Ehtat Agency, S0*>. onth Pala'oiI faruish ranks! with the best I would prubalili! do the :king! '\. \" ;,... .. . ., :" :. I'. '," .-
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r tv l+a1mJiourdinl
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have the of call
Ml -1 I IU May we pleasure a .
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:.1 ; Iluut. ; from you. o' : :
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: : t 1\ t.I I)OAKDINU HOt' rC r.t Wberlr Springs i /r rni "'
1> I a' w.r :;' USIr : ; Inu II j
)laF."b r. FIN Mrs. Condon pro- taola Gas Co

I :: ; l'_"., ,.........:..',:. I very prt trf rpHsonablH... AU the rates.ccirlort orthern of tome at ,, i I This signature Is oa every Hbx of the genuine "I SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUIS( MO. \I\Ii'i'i'I i'j
-11"1 .unolm i Laxative 3romf
thi< $;n ideal: place :spend n por- j >QuicineT: bicu ...... .,.
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: tiui uf tbt- ii-o. I linlai 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Penuccla, Fps 1 I the remedy that cures a cold in one d- J. I .3"<>1 .

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THE FIRST .,.. -


I OFFENDER I Attractions


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HALF OF SHOis: IURIX SVMF.: : '\ \ ,

Great: Crowd Attended the Initial Night RIFLING POCKETS AT Rou2b. Hands I Itching Palrns THE GUEATEST;; OF THESE IS THE .< .oC

I SHOW CROUNDS. and Painiul Finger Ends. .
-- '* -
-t % i k* h fc -
and Saw :Many: Attractions Greater Than I II

: Had Been Anticipated. I i To Officer Humphreys belongs the

credit for catching the first "crook' $3,50 Ladies': Patent Leather Kid Shoes------------------$3 OQ

at the show grounds; and as it hap- 1

pened to be a stranger it is thought ,II I $2 50 Lidie, Lace and Button Shoes. ..... ..... .. . $2 00

f" 'l I it he came here purposely to work his I ONE NIGHT CURE. 1 $ 1.75 Lldiea': Button, Extension Sole.. .... ...... .. . .. S 1.40
7 '' r s crooked methods.;

r I s I Last: evening about dark: the offi- I SOAK the hands on retiring $2.50 Ladies' strap, Patent Leather Baniib; ... . . S QD

1 in a strone:, hot, creamy latherof ,

cer received information that Hol CUTiCURA SOAP. Dry. ad $3 00 Men's Vici Kid Bluchers, Goodyear Welt. . . SO'? 3Q

Brown, colored, was acting sus- II anoint freely with CUTCURA .

I iss t' rf i i '. piciou,;ly. He was seen several j OINTMENT, the great skin $3.00 Men's Box: Calf, Kid Lined, Goodyear Welt . . 50

i :1 4; times to sneak under canvas:: and i iI!i cure and purest of emollients. : $2.50 Men's Box: Calf, Cap Toe, Lace.. .. .. .. .. .... . . eCCO::
Wear, during the night,old, loose
force his aside
y way to places set for
it y i
t l
the ends -
whr e- pepj-Ie. Several times lie wa 'I kid gloves with finger: $2.50 Men's: Yici Kid. Plain & Cap Toes, Lace, C ,nj, ': k ')0
holes in this
4s cut off and air cut!

based out and the fact reported to palms. For red rough, chapped These Prices are Only Good Durin;, ; .

the i llictr. hands, dry, fissured, itching,

Brown was kept IIn surveillance': I' feverish palms, with shapelessnails Week of Fall Festival.

and painful finger ends, the
f e for several tours and was seea tu', ---- ..-
I treatment is simply wonderful
fitter the: tent under which the ,

":'ritue Turning to Life" attraction !i '.1i1Hcns of People MEYER SHOE CO

I is held. In a few moments he was Cstt Cl'1'wr.n.Sl'r, asci-te,l I'y l': T'TR. !- i, ,
\ OIXTMKNT, fiT prrervin., 1'iri'j-
w !i seen to shove his hand into the coat i iiU.aml heuutih ;.ug: tilt!skin,tocirati iu.: I'oet FuinMim for l'J.h Oulr.
crustscales, ainl da-u'riifT,
tie! scalp ot
r' Bootie and Her Lions. j of an employe and before he could and ttiestopping of falling, for solo 1{-

draw it he and I far: whitening:; and soothing red i, rov'i: 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.a :: .
was caught .
: f,, -- i ii [. away an.l I ore hands, for Laity rashes, itcl.inand .

I'' 11-iCo!., Fall F""lv'i ti! "i''Itd''i ef tht' whet Hi,* ride on the cycle ;, turned over. irritations,, and fur all tIn tmri,,,>'- of
I the toilet, hath, nod uuwery. JliilioLWomen -, '>{ -
1 : ,,6. .;)1Ciunaly last uin'ht, with !.nll- II whirl and down the incline tower This morning he was before Mayor usu CUTICCRA. Soilin tinf .r:!; ..
I I i liafinss e.g..e.i o .8..0...o.o.'teu,...t8+lt,
of baths for annnyininttammatious: ._ ,
.C. .
1reJs in attendance. Under they two features witnessed Jones character and "
ffffvv : are as a dangerous : ,aud excurhiioll'i. or too free or olleu- :
i i I
Rt''t j-1 tare from myriads of electric and without a shudder. his victim appeared and corrobor- sive perspiration, in the form of washesfor f fi
8 is and for rainy ili

," I h lights, the glad! season com- ;'''!. In the stadium may be seen the ated the above. In his statement I sanative ily suggest, antiseptic themselves]>uri to>ose women.> which reaJ- i i !i HOUSEHOLD! L lt \

;; ui'iiced and will continue for. six', mo-t wonderful acrobatic and Brown said he came from ;Montgomery '
1 two : daily trapeze work, with feats of strengththat and here two weeks. .
ys giving performances j jjud : was Con-l.tln of CfTlcfUA So4p(2i-( .),toolean-e ) II

t 1j1'}. ; :j catering to the most i-tidiou-, '' are marvellous. To say in detail The mayor gave Liia a job for 60 cuticle tltet'MI"ts; CTICUROIST'IIUiT.andsealeaandsutuathethickened. (.VKto In. '

; # sensitive said 1 what is of this, ptir.tly allay iu'lilnjr.) Inflammation, anal Irntition Iii $$
uJiLF t : as was on a prelims deserving attraction days.; and foothe and I heal; CUT r C eRA. NECESSITIES II!
I lifcsoLVKST PILLS(Z' -,>. the new horolate
would deal of
: : 1 F occa-ion.d. require a great : routed fmlMltute for liquid I.ol\.nl. to
For O,er butj Years. cool and rlean-e the blood. A MNOLF: SET u I. )
The crowd lat evening was a surf -
newspaper space. I /
often i.tiflirient! to cure the \erctt case Ca. '
c f nucibHi the All in all the pvclally of baby humours. to
> : n-nij; one u't to man- GaskillMundyCompany
% been used for over sixty years by millionsol
i I Sold th-oojhout the varla. Bnfth : fl-s, e ) 1
Fl : t<..otDol Kue ila!.M i.
I ileca .>i I I
ta-i. I'm FUITIK Cuaa.CVr'n.j
a with perfect success. It soothes the child
I'i tg }'t; I +iii.' weather. Ran! in the morning; ,I'i much higher attractions than had I softens the gamsallays all pain,cures wind ._- -------- : THE BIG STORE. !}

:. ,# '>wever, only! served! t.) settle what been anticipated, and it devolves colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea I. I
r4 .
I It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im I BUSINESS LEAGUE I. I e
: would have been uju-seat-i: citizens to accord the festival
'le-iiaps ---
upon -- -
mediately. Hold by Druggists In every part -- ---- ----- -- g

dust mado liberal of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle I MONTHLY MEETINGThe ) *
i .L i'; and things Might* as patronage & > po-sible. !
I Be sure you ask: for"M rs.\VlnsloWs Sooth' j ; i BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. :
pleasant.: I
y + -- j I ing Byrnp. and take no other kind. !
t II I I e ; eY
1 From the time one enters the euI THREE ----- November meeting of the : Hi4 COTTON BLANKETS: .. .. ... .... .. .. .. . :
I Try Solomon's j
1 Men's. nU iUP"5 Leu'U1will
-I; tit4 I !li-iireatthe, intersection of Young "
j C"yle I --- I : ) Hi-4 COTTON GRAY BLANKETS. .. .. ... .. . . $
TOOK A TUMBLE LAST NIGHT be held at S o'clock p. in. Tuesday,
: I i.'l\ harden there be i :
; streets can: GOOD GAR SCHEDULE IS:!1. Members are re- a Ki-4 ALL-WOOL BLANKETS .. . .... ..... . . f
: Mud of eutert.lil1-1 I I,4x.4 .
a succession I i I minded that iiotwitiirtucdingthe: efforts 10-4 ALL-WOOL HOUSIIHOLD WIIDE. ... .. . . . *I
:_ Mt", all of which have to be While three hundred people occupying II
t ten i ; of the cheers, every failure of ; \ 10.4 ALL-WOOL HOUSEHOLD lIUDE.-
j !; }' I O" thoroughly; appreciated I reserved H'atiill "The' The street railway company will quorum works discredit to the I CLEAR COTTON COMFORTS. ..... .. .. .. .. ..$1 1 i5 and iI
4c4' features never witnessed !la Pen- 'Htadium" were lat: night watching : organization; and prevents the increase .I '
I i ip
i operate the electric cars until after s SATEEN COTTON DOW COMFORTa..t.: ; f ,
l.t the daring acts of the Gilmore of the membership ; aud that
trapeze -
sc -.c )!a heretofore and certainly I i the performances at the festival there is business of importance demanding :, FIBER FILLED COMFORTS. .. .. .. ... ... . 65o: tM I im
l I
and Moore families the elevated .
.Mjrth double the noiuinaladnii-ion
t a' I i grounds close: tonight, and a good the attention of members j I -- -----

.> are seen on every side, and from : seats: suddenly gave way, precipitating at New membersare '
every meeting. ;
I ; schedule is guaranteed. Cars will be

r4- f l? 'I: ?! '- "'stadiam," the bu show to the I Ireme the entire crowd of spectators run over every line until after 11 p. especially urged to attend. Is'' --- READYTOWEAR.i i

t: #w i \:! end of the "street" where is I ; on the ground, some of whom, 'j I m., and there is no need to rush, af- A-BAD-LIVER- CURED.A ,: o 1 $..00 EMBROIDERED WAISTS .. ... . MS350 I'; I li lij
>5l| sitting on high seats fell twelve
., : i.ued the dog show, different over 'I tr what will be reported "the last bad liver f i- the cau-e: of mo-t of'!'I 9 I\ : SILK! : WAISTS. ... .. .. .... .. ... . .. iJ j,

7 '>aires are situated, all of which feet. car." I the ills with which the human b,>dsutlers. \' .> $1I1 SILK: WAISTS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .?.; 7r> li''
It miracle that _____ The b..=t to overcome G
r "s" re accorded liberal patronage the j jt was a no one was this uncomfortable way c'Juduiil\i.; to S ;l00 SILK WAISTS .. .. .. .. .. .... . . .K. .1 *
killed hurt but fortunately A tluaranlPi Cure bur I'lirs I S
or seriously -
j j'very
> niriht. a liver remedy upon which .
i $
tis + Itching, Hlind, r.lopdlne or Protruding ,
1. visitor found an abunJantj 1 the only injuries were "buked" 1'iI.. \ our 1ruselst will refund your I you can depend. HEPATICl :
Silk Skirts. Dress Goods and Silks. *
I money if I'A/.O U1XTMKNT lulls to cure is the thing; which will cive jou a i Special I
,1 ': tl f amusement. Some enjoyed': shin: torn clothing and Might you. ;;cents. great"f pleasure from it* nor

l j kin bruise, Capt. Dixon Heed, I and speedilyret+)re you to health. No. Trimmed Taffeta, good A vi sit to this D,.t''lTtI' :
: Jqhnstou flood others the "house j i jj i
I itr .j HORSES AND HORSEMEN. I Mr. Ja*. T. Mi-Nair of Pei.-acrila. e '' -tvle. ;j will pay yoa. We err m.iiwtepini .
.4 t4 4Ji
: r ;i-.Uu down," while the statute 1: who sat on one of the high seats, was Fa.: says : I have had some trouble! i !I reductions! on :'l *J
) :. o ) No. 2-STYLISH HKIRT.well tug and \'''d,t Clothe >. .-. .
those who "took a drap"-I Jessie Ilerr (2i.> 2.1S is a good starter I with my liver fur about a year and
b z. : '.ruiuj::: to life, Wild: Jlose, Edison's.ving I. among for Chorlej their '.:07.llotonica a half. I have tried a good many .I' made .... .. ... .. .... .Sa.'JSJ line of Skirting at i,1,i t'y.: L J

f 1 1t' ". picture>, do):; hew, and!i and "u..t1int'd an injury to Lisback liar nt last paced into the I kind* of medicine, also phy-jcian;' : : 23: Sample Cloth fckirts, fine See our hue of \\'ai-I": oO :
to 'which he is much concerned treatment but found no rl'iituntil ** yard.Taffetarllk.
U : i''or': taints amused and attracted:! very : 2lo list and now carries a record of I took HIU'ATICURA. hcttlh .; good, to C 1 ose..f 675 ..

s ." i!i over. I5eing a man of large statue, t 2.0UU- I much \ Sateen Underskirts, fine I WIVf -I
'. : -ay others. All were greatly in- i j s so improved me that I +; mae fir as and every yarn: :

c >4T : K-ttJ iu the performances with i: he fell heavily. John A. MtKorron, 2 ] .
in three
} weeks. My !
trained again nest after a brief appetite: isgood :
year and |1 HI!. I I labeled good
4 r 1st '*nd animal Each act in thee'i. I'i I The Carnival Company authorizesI stud season. and that bad taste 1 bud in n.ymoutn 0.i t
I I is all: oLe. SId by all drug .
[ aas i* u life risk, and some of the statement that occupation of the John Me, 2lPi.: may not be the fastest gists., 01)) S

115 aI : seats wa a mistake; carpenters had of this j ear's three-year-old trot- T
.r aurescf last will forever
1 evening

: +R t .> 3 l.veMth persons vrhi! were wit- !!j I I not put the finishing; touches-and but Le is surely the most consist- 1Jul qin 's, the Best) /,'r 5 c.Tk:1 r JDtlHain lohnson vV .'OIl.t l S i.J

Lad braced the .
.. ". ',i properly rows,
sea to them. Capt. Dyer, C : i! hence the accident. :No admission Pointer dam Lady, is the first 2:15; .J t .
: and their associates Notes ._ __ _
I : 'n ____ .
flm + 0. .:.e atiimaiwell under control, and 'I charge was made to this show lastevening :performer!.W. out of a marc by Nelson, : C Vt t & ....O.....,... ... ....e..8..Qt....'. ...te.e.t..iN.V.lL

the I -
j announcement havingi
j 1"ir: cominiu;!!!!? with tl:6 danger4'1 Little; Prince Direct recently lowerrnl I ,

*+ ."n jangle; sppcimeiH is i certiinly I bees imde that it was hardly ready his record to 2.07. It was in a fifth .' STOKKS: 3IAUKKT.: STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ,

I to receive visitors., The attractions beat and in the tenth lie had paw! in INSURANCEAXI
.\.izinj. J'.vi ry one of these acts l'tporte.1 Dally for The Sew t>j
t four dayo. Talk horu's": THos. C'OMiON :
about/'iron Cal "
'' I were of a hi;h-clli1i order, and can- Union Naval Stores Co.
1 A -: ; worthy of double the low admi- M. );. Sturgis, owner of Dan Patch i .

k'- l -i->a Dkrd.Cli:13. j not be too highly commended. 1:11;;! .., is much impressed l with the SO6IS.SVW will make regular tn-; l '11 !

Minnesota HEAL ESTATE, _....._.. M 15 ii..... .....- ... .....use Pensacola: Point Wi-i.n.'' ,"j.
Persons who the I'jioi-ijr stallion Nirvolo' '
j i *q : G. Ktlpatnck, the one-lep-; i I sat on higher ', wu_............ ..... sr G.... ..... ....- 1 00 !Freeport. Leave Jad: ln.
l last beard :2.-Or4. ,l-y { )Uwrt. 2:.7'ami. nrcntlynvkpj No.( South Palafox Street. ... .. .... .. wharf Thursday b U; a. n ,' : "
: : seat- evening were to remark -I i X_. .. _. S ao K I & I .
1. -t--a bicyclist, is certainly master>r \ fnr a prior on him. The one ::::: : : :: rive at Freeport at f III. n. 'I.
I I M._. ........... 3ii E .. ...... l4 i > p .
r !tt I that the rlatforta was unsafe- quoted was $luNgl. I Partial: List of Desirable Dwellings i i K .._.._._. S Si D....._......._.._ 119 Leave Freeport Tm-d'tv: ., .
,1 5 1 !1AIl.t THN oviu. ait was unsteady.' As the people Alta :McDonald Las put two trot ters- I for Kent in Various Parts j t !_.-.- :ZOi 0 A below.. ..... 1 4J and arrive at Pen-acoh i;' ; .:. ..
I.I day. Fare, round > w'
Delmur :-11'. and trip
Major Wilque:0'J 4 1 1I SHEITBTB PI"7I! E-50'i.
to fill the the of the City : j|
j4 i' Anyone: Can 11..11. j began up rows, perceptible I II $3. :.: "
__ ---- --
_ -:1Dd two 1'H'rr5-\II, 2:07: %. and '
i A principal iu :a public school inl i it weakness was more plainly I Kallli..llj'-,- the 2.10 Hot. lIe tiC.CO-Lirfre S-story for boarding dwelling liouie especially'H'lnpteO BAZAAR.A
).,10 had a food esperifiice that will Iii | felt, and a number left the place. II I has lowered I'aritls record to 2.i5'i: ; ; so room. known a>. Ponce purposes tie'' Try one of our celebratedH.
rf I Of fimiliar: to IIL uy school l telchery.le I Leon House" at >o. Ill E. luitn- I Felt Alallre\d.
; and gi\t-a i her and Connor a team record '5)S.
s, Tfie hard work of the schoolrooulI)i Three features; had been carried out Oenc'Bstrtt-t. I Bazaar: will be given for the
E .. I of 2.ux'ia. Wi III-LarKe:.story dvolllni;. containing a *r complete-1 i I They never pack or
L ; w "o wearing; that I was faultlessly and the trapeze act com- rooms witn all modern conVen- benefit of Christ church building
t and could barely walkin I Ifnvts.Bltuateon North .
worn out i II rlayim M. lumpy. Better than a hni
I l I .tpprehenilve. bttAeen btrotiK and Denote fund at No. 40 South Palafox street
I streets.
.' \ at night and I wa so nervous menced. It had proceeded but a few {.'5
} p i t.. i! it was; with much difficulty I moments when heardto "I don't know wbat there is about I I h--etorydarllingatSo.21 celona. with!! sroonn near:SOrlll belt hue Kar- during Fetival week. mattress, at half the pn!' tMarston '

1 i Ai" or flept. I attributed my failing : a support was I betting on horse races that should be sodeleterious I water! had throughout., Anyone desiring to contribute to & Quina.

'' :.i- 11th to improper food, and felt'''I fall then another and the third to health," said young Mrs. !: Weotbregory- 'ellmgoa, Drtwten belt line I.eusand, No. lie'111 this deserving ailair will please notify !

< : .tit would be necessary t') quit I Iuy Torkins pensively."I 1 \ inters rooms bath city water! and
r known the entire
y. thing was 300 picking Mrs.Walker; Ingraham. lOnlw
t?_, i prose*lion or ;;et some food that;. never hoard of such a thingan.- gas. --- ,
t k w' Ud sustain my nerves. themselves up from the ground i 1 fJO.uo-1-ttcrjrdwellini; No. 4"l West Wright
y sw ercd the Kitor. 1 containing T rooms, city water anD Hot Chocolate with Seed Rye and Chicken W: .
"t enough this "
Fortunately at ; jctiC-
Y each asking the other if "Neither did I until I beard Charlie: gas. With large lot on prominent corner
they were
; .ua I discovered Grape-Nuts and I I In residence district. Whipped Cream at Solo on the Mellen-Crosby Con/; .' .' :
that I did. After talking about it. Every time he makes U7.50. ; story dwelling 1I1th rooms&t Nc.
grateful hurt.'tOry I I ,
lid he home and there is west Komana street, very convenient the Alcaniz street warei.ou-''.
a comes says _
; ; j-u.2 the food for a month I felt decidedly to business portion of city. --- ---
and like Several local gentlemen and mem 1OUt'tbD: with his system. llti.95 1-story dwelling No. Phone = .' ':.
1'j better a new mln I wrong I at JUa West I will repair your watches and 3.H. ;z
resurrected from the grave. Tte the carnival Washington Star.Startling. Gregory street with 6 rooms on belt J. I -- -
) bers of company jumped line In good location. In flrst-claw style.
s-lUjTjrijh feeling; headache and nervous $1691--1-story d.elllog, corner Chase and Jewelry hou)9
1 t 'l ; spells; have all left me and I to the stage and by loudly assurIng Bat True. i I Barcelona itreetf.: rooms. can get your

1 feel young and active. I the people that no one was hurt "If every one knew what a grand I 118 -tory, S dwelling rooms,city No.water Iw East sod Wrightstreet furnished complete at Mar-
: "I can better concentrate my mind tW.Uewl-.tory dwelling No. '!18 ga.West : Try Gunther's Candies ati .
an otherwise harm- medicine Dr. King's New Life Pillsis stonQuina1\ s on easy payments !
badly: prevented
t upon my work because my nerves; Chase Street: rooms,city water and
have been strengthened and my ; f ul stampede, which had then con- ," writes D. H. Turner Dempsey- t3.Tl gas. i i Solomon's.NEITHERthecaptamottas. weekly or monthly-!
story dwelling No.9)9: East -
t health and energy has returned and I town Pa., "you'd sell all you havein street 6 rooms on belt II De.I.OOIslory .trego.ry I ; .' ;;:
take interest in work whichbeJre menced. a day. Two weeks' use has madea $ ; dwelling >o. T''" East Cer- cit w ... !"
j I niy of vantes .. .. .. .. .. .. ... We will launder your spread!
new man me. Infallible for Itret! (near bt. Katherlne'i
t t : seemed a burden.'I the seats will be again 15 cents each and make them i J.*
Today constipation, stomach and liver Chapel) 4 rooms outhouses and large nconsignees :
use Grape-Nuts: every day be- lot. cornering onyth avenue. "i nor of the Hot like uw. Star:! Laundry.
+ '+ Ir cause: it is the best food for my system erected, and will be substantially troubles 25c at W. A. D'Alemberte's A large list of smaller dwellings, as well bark Ingrid vlll be responsible -- ---
: ''r. has restored health and I drug store, 121 t;. Palafox street. as a number stores and office r Ott KEM. for debts contracted '
I built. They will be subjted to a I by the crew ot said vetiel The finest line of umtrella- .. :
an correspondingly grateful. I I : THOS. C. WATSON 4 GO., PETTER OS.80lllun ,,', ( *
and official before Hot Rolls at 5 lOco is J. I. tephen i'
rigid inspection m. city at
3 .i Name given: by Possum Co., Battle p- I Leading Real Estate. Rental atranc* Lumber Co.. Captain:
) Creek, Mich. | they are occupied. I doz., at Solomon's. IIII Agents toullIl'alatox: su. Coajignee Unit at them.


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