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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 19, 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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Coney Ky.: "_'a\'. IS.-This little Atlanta, Nov. Iv-Th'.. house! caugntup I ,i I '.
TAKES ADDRESS. holonjcd to the school which believe town is ia a state of siege oa accountof with all the busintss: oa iu ('alf'n,1 I CANCER WAS CAUSE: :: OF DATH. --- --- 1 'I !

t I that matters would come right if left a fight between the Frisbee and dar yesterday! but theiv .was nothing :, A. L DAWSON\ I ,
Hijrt Mans factions which has'bet> goingon : done of unusual Several i '
In Regard to : alone. The strike breaker he declar n inteiest. new Crd Came Peacefully While Surroundcd ,, ,:
economic at Intervals for the last 24 hours. bills were introduced a number of local ,
ed. was an outcast, as mucna
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traitor to the cause of labor as any Sunday the child of Bob Frisbee wash and unimportant bills were passed by Family and frinds-Wa: I. TAKES HIS LIFE t'i t l :

-- 'q"e Ere.kerll'! man who betrayed his country in time ':rigid In this county. Kelley and and the remainder cf the session: was Profound Scholar and One cf South's :; I

.t I cf war. Huh Mans and Gutau Howard, enemies devoted to reading bills! a second timo. Most Able Ministers.

During the latter part of the morn of Sam Frisbee;, and Fran'. and! Al Among the new bills there appeared I ; I i .
I : News. \ News : :
ty: Special to The Daily ; .
ing session the special committee to Lykinjj were fit the cemetery and b;> one to provide for a new lease of the Special to The Daily Xews:
ib.-The commitin : Birniin. :irani. Ala.. Nov IS.-In des1 {I" r
which was referred the charges gan raising a disturbance. Frisbee's labor of state convicts; one measure ;
the American against President Gompers by President friends pretested.; The Mans boys to require the state board of pharmacy Jackson Miss.. Nov. IS.-Bishop MILer peration over his protracted illness A. I :
a j: this morning renu hold Thompson died this morning at i L. Dawson an excellent young man ; :
Shaffer, of the Amalgamated association walked outside the grave yard and to two sessions: a year and another
a resolution infra held its first session. Considerable dared the Lykics boys to follow. Frij-! to prohibit the appointment oa o'clock of cancer of the throat. of family, residing! on North Twenty .i!
i r"J' rs' union asking; such board Since his arrival here from New first street, placed a pistol to his tem. 1rile
delay was experienced in ap. bee t and some friends started with the of a graduate of any schoolof
protest against a I York week ago, he has been sinking j at midnight Sunday and deliberately ; i ]
v. ct.t i pointing the fifth man on the commit- Lykins boys for the hotel by another pharmacy in the state; a bill to repeal -
the United States rapidly! and had made all probations blew his brains out. He was 1
iu: tee. Half a dozen names were offered route when the Mans boys began the law providing for the commitment .
,,. government to I for the end, which came peacefullyand formerly of Thomasville Ga.. to which '
i; 11: which did not meet the approval r.f shooting of certain! classes of children to
.-';"i.ue stamps on alii i the men on the other sIde. No fifth The Frisbees covered their retreat the Georgia Industrial: home and other while surrounded by family and place his remains were shipped. lis

IL.;; or brewed liquors member lad been selected when tlTaconvent'.o& with revolvers and the Howard-Mans similar institutions; a bill to providefor Mentis.! was in the employ of the Birmingham) I

'.,:' : in of ote-eighth. Tha : adjourned at noon. faction fired at them at long range. the location of the lines of the lie was l torn in Ixmdonderry Ireland Railway and Electric company, and tot i j
... .. in 1S30.: and came to America CO days has !been suffering with tila ;
Debate was at the conclusion of One or two spectators were slightly: Georgia troops in the fighting around I I
.. the Fc-dera- with: his patents when a child. H-J kidneys although not enough: to leave '
;i' ng President Gompers' address resumed wounded and one of the Mans boys received Vicksburg, Miss., and several other
won to defeat: leg'ta.lruad : the Berger old age pension reso a bullet in his shoulder. Frank measures of special interest. was: admitted to the ministry when. !i his work. Sunday he remained in : .:

i :: ticket brok- I I upon lution. After several more speeches a Lykins was shot in the abdomen. The bills: to provide for a roster of and filled ,\eral prom'.nt1! pulpits in bed all day contemplating what he coisiiered .\

a :.;.L;? bills. This WV3i I vote was taken, and the report of the After reaching; the house Frish..oand Georgia soldiers; and sailors and fora Chicano Now Orleans; New York an'l his incurable malady. !

.' J3il a.r'():''ted. I II committee against the resolution was his friends taion! sd themselves board of tax assessors to assess for elsewhere. lIe was appointed bishopof About midnight he sent his wife i :
tho ail of tho taxation the diocese of Missisippi: : in 1SSO. nut of the room on an errand and i i
: the of
property all
1.2! adopted by a vote of S5 to 90. at the windows and began firing rapiJ. corporations : 4I.
n,;, imnaocd i-av; I ly: at their cr.cniks. when the Howard'! now returned to the comptroller Bishop Thomas was a profound while she! was gone, opened his trunk: 'l I..Ia'Ii I.
,.!: 111 :iomaier.u- Mans faction retreated. An hour general were tabled in the absence of Ecr'jlar; : and! one of the most: able ministers secured his pistol and shot himself .1 1 ;

ARRAIGNED THE later they returned, re-enforced by several their authors. The resolution provid. in tht t south and was l loved and death He U thought to have been ,

t 1 tha' a: tli'li i friends and riddled the hotel::! with ing for a committee of five to invt-F nsMctid| by all denominations.: delirious at the time. I 1

I I to aff.Lateh ; i TIME buJkts. tUate conditions at the Soldiers' boma The funeral has: been arranged fOr i '
SECOND Thursday in order that: all ministersof f :
c:. I Ietatt.n: h'' In the meantime Lykins and Frisbee : was; passed. TWO MORE
; i hate LOU I had escaped to the mountains on The house passed the fOllowing bills: the Mississippi diocese may be pi-'S-

--01. UvtatevL I : hoisebuck! :: to alarm the nel hborhooj. U/ I.'r. leacham! of Butts-To ra e-.t. .
to The Daily: News. The following' bishops: will be In rttendance. VICTIMSSpecial
L !: e it -oliiJXJI Special Doth slffs are heavily armed. Fran: peal the act establishing a county GAllOWS

> t'.iUod! ;i'V I Elizabith: City.: i\. C.. Nav. 18.- Lykins will die and Kelly Mans is dangerously I court for Butts county.By : : Sessions of Louisiana .
.-.', murdered :Mr. Underwood White Garrett of Dallas. !!rovn of Arkausss
j. r end thatw Jams Wllcox, the alleged: wounded. Both factions i" of -To I'I

'. '') Ira ,e! I t of Nellie! Cropsey, 1'ho'IS convicted elude men prominent in the affairs oJ amend section 151 volume 3, of the Gailor of Tennessee Nelson of Geor to The Daily News. I ; I

-: '*;t-; 111'' t'.-o j lof that crime some months n o. and the county. code, defining robbery so as to includo giaThe t I

Ingn ,.v. -entenctd ta be Ranged, and later within the term the sudden snatchis: bishop of Tirnersee wll coitl'tct I. l >r.M 1. '."."1. is.-The: supreme M :; j

I ..'.U.3. '.r a,. F.'luI:: I .ranted a new trial by the supreme of money or any other property by one the services; and the remains!! will I court ii-> affirmed! two dentil :

.,' '!I' s of the lourt. his been arraigned in the suericr HEAD AND person from another, without consentof be interred under the chancel of St. I sentence tits at.d! fixed the date for .: I I I

I' '.. :_. asoii .:. .-. uring re I ;> court here for a second trial. ARMSEVERED the owner. Columbus (chapel a small but quaint execution on Dec. :SI. I I

.' <.it mr: .., Ur gann! >r.} The prisoner's demeanor was cool ana Hy! Mr. :McCurry of Hart-To amends stone edifice In the corner of the yard Charles Orr convicted in Panola;= !I .
l Parnt: dressed n-tion S82 of the code inc of the bishop's home, the building of i
I was launar.l self.posstssed. lie was neatly so as to county of a criminal assault on Marthj ,I.
:. .: .tad .1r.t'd and he entered the courtroom with -- hide: the town of Hartwell in the list which he superintended and where he Dillard! and a peculiar feature of I .I I .' I
and his cf citl's and towns in which state de- delighted in spending his evenIngs 0: j .
a smile on his face, apearamewas the affair was the fart that he WMsi'Ot I I
.a,' "> :ui' !b> Victor i. none the worse for his long confimment. Special to Tho Dally News. losiiorics may be designated by the conducting services. bj the woman while In the very 1 !

,., .-n-. L-\rueting U.e His attorney. E. Aydlett, Augu/a, (Id Nor. 'IS.-.\ tragic a-" FO\'ernor. --- act of asasulting heir, she!' having jerked :

.. :r :10 use its best said that he would present an affidavit ciJvutoccurred night! on Broad S.. By Messrs.: Alexander and Granada COURT VAULTS a pistol, ;; from his pocket and fireda '
.. national congress in support of a petition for a removalof in which C. C. Smith was Instantly of \ViIKes: -To repeal an act establishing bullet; through his abdomen.! j' "

'...x; to every wage- the case.Solicitor killed.!: Snniuion car No. 5C on dispensary In the city of Wash Luke :McAllister the other man who< 1 I I'

save i reached the i Ward said that the present the eitttnc was coming up Broad: in tcn. inilk<'S county. BLOWN OPEN !'s to die oa the last day or the year ; J '

1 '"lit having had an was the time to make the motion. street and a shifting engine: drawing
i* of U.OIIO. a pen. as: ho had counter affidavits to pre dozen freight tars was crossing Broa.l and maintain a dispensary in the town Union county liar killing a man named ; 1

'..t'l: !i-tovided that I{I setTu strf':t. golag from the river toward of Colouitt. In Miller county. Special to The Dally News: Red Lee, during a crap game. This! "t : I

i- :a < :t7.rn!: of the I question whether the caFe will the depot. The electric car crossc-l P.y Mr. Steed of Tayior-To provlda! makes three hangings set for that \I ''

, 1! b r.-'.led I In this be tnd here at this or a later sessionof the railroad between the Cagman an'l for thc better protection of confederate Hutherf rdi.o N.'c./Nov.: :IS.-New 3 date. Thomas G!..nn having been sentenced t !:

wh' 's application: the court or moved to another coin the engine and had gotten about hallway !! of,F.':-n r.s mentioned in an act approve has been receive* here that tho vaults at the last sitting to be hangeJin \ ,

z 1 T. i r'pol't'a ty will be argued before Judge Moore across when the cow catcher of! Dec. 9. 1SD7. in the Columbus: courthouse, in Polk Natchez. : t .

I In the Senate. '
" il I f,';' the pas.sacate and knocking it bodily! off the track day morning, but was not discovered '
r D1 1" Char! .= ard swinging it aroucd parallel: with The senate yesterday. passed throfl! by the clerk of the court who Vas STEPPED ON I'i' 1

ii "'t I"" tap Wokc'ize "., THE LAST the iT.gine. bills two of which were of a general out of town at the time until Saturday .
I character. One was by Senator Lee, morning- The large doors, whic.i: "I I Ii
: : PI the reso1- DAYOF Mr. Smith was just In the act cf WRONG TRACK L
of the fourteenth district to abolish! t :
.f t t'.io!:. I kie?> workers! HUNTSpecial leaving the car at Washington strettto the company who built them is said tohave

: .:> ."mh rht to step off when the car was stnii-k the office of srerial' agent of the We>;[' offered H.uOO/ to the per ; I

. ,; ....T. .-> ct of bar. by the engine. The shock pitched < rn and Atlantic railroad, another by soil or persons entering within tea i ., I '
mass who was tli him off right in front of the engine Senator Sweat of the fifth district, pro. hours were literally!! tron to pieces Special to The Daily Nevs: I i I II

". i:,. s .'\t'e. ""'h"l to The Daily News. and hrs head and one arm were completely hibits the adulteration of spirits ci Nothing has been mined; as y'?t Dalton. (1:>_, .")\'. is.-\\". C. Ca. E

M-'iu; in anjthiag.:' Sm1eIis.: .. X"iv. ] severed from his body. turpentine while the third by Senator : except $1.50 worth of sumps. No vrr. a young farmer of Petersburg. Ga t t j '
Worshain. of the twenty-second; kept in the vault and for was killed near Dalton yesterday l!
J M mci".iier that %v'tea the last day of thpr'sidt'r.t's hunt Mrs Smith was employed at P. D.liarkan money was ? t
: for we are the lag expedition In Mississippi.: A mess 's dry goods house as a book proviiKs for the incorporation of the what reason the thief entered is a He was walking: : up the Western and f i it 'I i

sensor from camp; this morning reported keeper. He was about :30:' years 'JII i Foisyth school district in Monroe coun question which is puzzling the offi Atlantic railroad! track, a mile below t.t i t

greeted Mr. ShT that the party got an early star. and a son of Nathan :Smith! a prominent ty. cials. town, when he heard a train approach! L ,
; Burke farmer Two papers having reference to tao A report was current that it was a Ing. Thinking: it was on the tracii ion
r jupnt intervals. The weather conditions were hettt-r county
I .. convict system wore introduced. Onot Republican scheme to destroy: their which he was walking! he stepped I
':I. opposed the rrsnt than they have been on any day of '" t
these was a bill by Senator Middle record, as the Democrats go into office aside on the Southern track. Th l I
': t! e increased ta\d-!: the hunting. It was cool and cloudy, .
BORRELS BRING brooks of the tv\enty-Fe\enthdistri?:, in that county on Dec. 1. This reportis northbound passenger; train of th .
declared that
: and the dogs! could work: without dis
., -, providing: that one-half of the felony said to be false and Is denounced Southern struck him and he was instantly : ; ; I
anted no charity tress. The hunters who are trying to
convicts should be leased out at the by the present officials who say BO killcii.! His! remains WPM ,. '
oM pensions ;it HIGH PRICESSpecial I
age give the president a shot are: pretty
i iI end of the present contract for a term books or records of any kind have ben brought to Dalton and were taken i ia ., r
'11 the trades union; badly! discouraged, but they were hov;
I of five years and that the other one- removed. Officers are at work on the charge by the undertakers. His sis t
government. Delptatters' leg against; hope for better luck today -- I I i
: I half should be loaned to the various case and believe they will get some ter Ms Lillie;: King lives In aorta
} union faf The president himself! seems less concerned
to The Daily News. counties to construct country roads. clew to the affair in a few days. Dalton. His remains will be shippeJ '
.< the resolution a.= over his ill fortune than are '' .
New York, Nov.. 1S.-Thousands .}f According to the provisions of Ibid to mil home in Pickons county. I
those who were instrumental in bring.
I bushels of fine measure the proceeds from the hire of%
1!< flounced the r--- Ing him here. He is satisfied that apples are rotting 'n I PRESIDENT PRIMADENIES
the ground in this state, says a Tribune one-half of the felony convicts is to be GENERAL'S !
!'e as "infamous.1ary there are bears In the swarv* au! I i CONSUL I :
S dispatch from Greenwich, Conn. If j used in d..frayinsth(' expenses of i
Agard, of tfc"! told his friends ycstcrriaxVat 'ie: I
barrels could be procured the farmers sending the other half to the different
,)as to his feet mt wanted to come down hero again anJ REPORTSpecial 7
.' The hobo have another hunt with Holt Collie; I say they might ship large quantiti'j ,. counties for road work and whatever NARROW ESCAPE ; :
to England and to the balance may remain is to go to the
even Philippines I
d by a point The party: will break camp late this
but they cannot procure them. public school fund. Any countion do- r
: Dennis Haye. afternoon.
Everything in the shape of a barrel! siring convicts to werk the roads may to The Dally N<*va: .. :
r.u-ntion that thnngli.h ,' Special to Tho Dally News: { ., j J
fraterml PILES. commands a high price, the most dilapidated secure them by making a request of l New"York, Nov. 18.-PresfdVnt Palma Consul Gen ral's"Narrow Escape. I! i
:33: each. the prison commission the counties receiving of the Cuban republic, is Quoted in
!::.!.;.td: Scotland an 1n I Iwait bringing cents! Farm New York, No. 18.-Consul General / I.
Constipation is mostly responsiblefor the work of the convicts Ha.'a.u.0 i
latiorers also are extremely scarce. to a dispatch from The Tri }
I John K. Gowdy has had .
; an rsin! d.or.! a narrow escape f
piles. Masses of hard dry faeces supply the necessary barracks, food bune, as having said: "Statementsfrom 1
t: l'i o'clock Eno it death, says a Paris dispatch >
packed in the bowels, preys on the and the like in connection with
: sh delegate! ; nu le I Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail to The American. A trolley car came 1
veins to such an extent, that the the reciprocity Mil, to the effect that j
of Mr. Into collision with I
i lianks for Liiust/.f: The little daughter J. N. Croup his carriage at Bon. ,
circulation of the blood is interfered S Violent Attack Cured. General Bliss ii being sect here on my:
rnal dt legatesf- Powell jumped on an inverted rake poet In the Champs Elysee. Mr. Gow. I
with the veins in the rectum be- "Last winter an infant child of request, are absolutely thout! foundation '
:::troduci I.)' I'U-M i made of ten penny nails, and thrust fly was pitched out severely bniJs. I I
come expanded and piles is the re- one nail entirely through her foot mine had croup in a violent form," nor hare I etir Indicated that .1 but fleaipte this he sprang up and : f I

:ht-! address of Mr. sult. and a second one half war through says Elder John W. Rogers, a Christ- some one should to neat her in re Pelted the horses thus preventing a .l .

<..' fraternal delegate; I Cure the constipation by using Chamberlain's Pain Balm was ian Evangelist, cf Filley, Mo. "I lard to the treaty" runaway. I. t
I applied and five minutes I I
= spoke at considirr.f I her a few doses of Chamber ,
HEPATICURAand the piles will gave ;
i later the pain had disappeared and WhAt you Fay for extracts is im 1
: the course of hs heal lain's Cough Remedy and in short Ijook: Out for Fever. : I
themselves if not too far ad- I no more suffering was' experienced. ; a portant, but what you get for your I s
iv.j i that he had re- vanced. As HEPATICURA is en- In three days the child was wearingher time all danger was past and the is ten times more important. Biliousness and liver disorders at ; : '
: newspapers from all\ tirely free from irritating effects, it I shoe as usual and with abso. child recovered' This remedy not money this season may be prevented by JI t .: 1
"\', some commenting is well to take it in advanced cases lutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is Lufnttfa Vanilla costs more because cleansing the system with DeWitt'a :
..uvestly! upon tat to keep the faeces soft. Sold by all i a well known merchant of Fork land, only cures croup, but when givenas worth more. Little Early Risers. These famous t
dru i.ts. Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and soon as the first symptoms appear, little I
r. his annual address I pills do not gripe. They move *t
will the attack. It
K heals such injuries without matura- prevent containsno The finest' line of sterling silver the bowels gently but copiously, and
-)t, of Harvard co-! Do a h'by
yen want a magnificent watch opium or other harmful substanceand
tion and in one-third the time required -
of the tonic -t
reason t
'il d strike breaker a for little money? If so, call on by the usual treatment. For may be given as confidently to goods and silver novelties is to be Rive tone and strength to the properties glands... 'f "
.1 the he Stephens, the jeweler. He will to adult. For sale found at J. I. Prices to S
".... position had accommodate sale by all druggists and medicine a baby as an by Stephens' Hargis' Pharmacy, John Bheppard, Jt (
ti.tZ: that jtesldent H!!t you dealers. all druggists and medicine dealers. please all. Sidney Kahn. .,

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[Original: ] "A light purse Is a heavy curse"

4 There are r.c people so high; and noneso Sickness makes a light purse. "Let th3 GOLD DUST twins do your work"

low that love does nut exist among The LIVER is the seat of nine The Populations: : of Gaza and

tltf>m. In the higher classes, especially tenths of all disease.

those that are good, we expect to find Lydda: Dscimatsd.

a pure love far above staple passion. ---
But a refined, self sacrificing love always utI's Pillsgo EPIDEMIC: SPREADS RAPIDLY, A\

e If I seems strange among low, wicked

prople.Back. Have Been Fifty-Seven
I, At J !ffa There:
in the sixties there was a desperado _
to the root of the whole mat. Deaths In Three. Days-In the Stricken
In New Mexico! who ,gloried: in

he namo of "Bloody Rill." The girl ter, thoroughly, quickly safely Districts Ccnditions: Are Deplor.

and restore the action of the
able. L
who bestowed her affections on this de-
LIVER to normal condition.
I cradod specimen of a man had a name
-- Jerusalem! Nov. 18.-The ciole a
not less refined. if less horrible. She Give tone to the system and epidemic is spreading rapidly. Tht tnm cns ,

e i was called "Dishrag! Sal" from the solid flesh to the body. population of Gaza and Lyd-la (Lu i S

fact that she was a scullion-that is, have been decimated: and the authorities -

i -.lie was a scullion till it was discoveredthat Take No Substitute. are taking flight
she was Bloody Bill's girl. Then At Ja!!a there have been 57 deata {'I
the many so-called birth medicines, and 1
most remedies for women in the treatment i, she was bid to move on. of expliinatlbn which proved to be correct la three days. -

of her delicate organs, contain more 01 It was In 1S!VJ. I think that I took The girl was Dishrag: Sal. She The disease is rang! in neighboring;
less opium, morphine and strychnine? II command of a party of men whose must have inferred from our talk that Tillages.: Xo complete returns of th.. IlEiil@'IN

Do You Know that in most countries business it was to hunt down criminals we were going; to capture her lover and mortality are available.! The lJoPll'm
Z druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics I the stricken! districts are in a ::.j
That winter we were ordered to find lad ridden through: the storm to warn
: without labeling them poisons? i
Do You Know Bill and. rid of him, which jim, reaching him a few minutes before plight, and relief is needed every'
that you should not i j I Bloody get More clothes are rubbed out than worn o. ..
L take internally any medicine for the I i meant If we didn't shoot him; in ('\1JC:1 us and remaining In the cabin where.

to delay us while he rode away. She
pain accompanying; pregnancy.Do him to hang : .
\tiling to take we "ore
You Know that Mother's Friend I ,, lad saved his life, though; she had per. Eight Million Ccccanuts.Mibile. .
- 4 k applied externally only? !him to a tivc.Ve spent a long; time led her own in doing so. She was not : Ala., Nov IS.-There is a I GOLD DUST

? j Do You Know that Mother's Friendis I ;Ceding on hi.- track, but when we did dead and we removed her to the ranch great glut in the cacoanut market

a celebrated! prescription, and that il fvon it were furnished every advantage. arrivals herv
fif our guiilo. She recovered and I caused by
( t, bras been in use over forty and that whose brother
years Om evening a man
after that she and There are at present housed and in will back and ]
1.'nrnl..ll11any years spare your save your ci c'
each bottle of the
bears the
genuine: name
[ li.ul l 1"'I'n killtnl by Klouly! Bill rode
: Ml had k-ft the tocether.1VALTEIt baats: 7.Ot'.fltC,01DUts; and four
of The Bratltield ? country
Regulator Co. Better and far economicai than
4 more sc,: ; .
i into town. a distance of twenty miles
Do you know that when you use this GRAY CIIAUXLEY. more vessels are due that will ad-i!
l: remedy during the period of gestationthat I to tell us that Bill was in a deserted SOO.OM to the number.: The railroadsare other Washing Powders.Made .

you will!! be free of pain ami heal 110, cabin: not far from his; ranch. Ik- DIES IN ELECTRIC CHAIR. congested and cannot make an impression -
: healthy, hearty and clever children? had i>;tsse.l:: the outlaw on the 'q
I : on the stock. There has on y by THE N. K. n.3BANKChicaco cc' :;:.
Well, these thing are worth knowingryarefacts. him without being iwisnlzitl. -
r, \ Of druggists at $i.ou : : fiillowwl and located him.: Frun John Truck Electrocuted at AuburnPrison been: a material slump in priot S Newborn, Boston, St. Lous.-Makers" 01: C. A_ :

1 1 Jti.l:; 't be persuaded to try a substitute, : what In- hid: s ,('u about the cabin he -Met Fats Calmly. u i -... -- ...
,' Our.little book ".Motherhood" free( judged that Bill would !spend the night Auburn X. Y., No... IS.-John Truck) ,- '.", -P'

t' r, THE ERA2FIEID: REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Ga was put to death in the electric chair
# three, but he was not to bt ilepemiedon ilyI Speci1HCflue\ t ---
.- --.- -- ------ fur any sjH.'ciiieU time. In the state prison here today for the MIDWIKKHY.The ; .

?4 t RED3 ACTIVE IN BRUSSELS. I I ordered the men to saddle. up and murder of Frank W. Miller at Virgin uuderignedtake-thiam! thouf

: before starting we assembled at th'- la, Cortland county March II. 1S1M! I :UerinR tier services as u

,t Belgian: Capital Just Now Center ctAnarchism. eating house at the railroad station for ,. Truck met BIB fate calmly and h.a flrst-la! s iic ud midwife t I'av- TI'ce tiny

.,! w'll IS $ a I a good supper. There being a dozen of minutes after the witnesses had assembled OR. G. GOLDSTEINTHE inhid\ : 35 year experience.Can to GaL aw l

rt New York. Nov. IS.-riublno.; the : us and only one waitress for the party. in the death chamber he was "give best cf references from a: I; I' _

{ ; who attempted to take the !lif we were being; delijed, w i I culled! pronounctd death. j leadiiig physicians of this city. r', f 'r'11.43 :
I MRS M. GlDDFN1', ,. .
of King I.A'opohi last Saturday has npi>n tlie proprietor for liettir atti-ml- The motive for the murder of Mill ;: -
EMINENT lUf 114 South DeVtllir-rs t to t. ,.t, .. ,
fcoen confronted with another west ;i flare whereupon a girl was M'Jt in was robbery. Truck was also snspect.e4 .
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1) IDown anarchist: named Mesdag, 8l1 1 1 from the kitchen. I had heard of of other crimes in Coitland com.ty. I I!

'" :' .ttl'mptP,1, to implicate! him in th,' Dl>hrag Sal and never in the world l lI Including: one if not more murders OPTIC SPECIALISTWEDNESDAY NOTICE. .
.rrime but broke: dawn under crossexamination I would have exported to lind h<.r 'n the I have been authorized to tate r"'"- ..r'...' 'I

says a Times dispatch from person of this> young woman. She W,.!c Office Boy, President, Then Convict subscription forVm.. Jennings! _J.'f. ". '!."' t r_ ", ,r ).

JrueseLa by way of London.In I quite neat In her dross and had a very New York, XOIS.Ronald] F. Brennan. NOVEMBER 26TH Bryaa'.s piper "The Commoner. .r.[r"', ..". "" I a I'.'t', ,, oJ:

yR In his! cell Ruhino continues to express [ attractive figure and a pretty face, 22:! years old who rose in twi The price i* fl.OO per year in ad- b1.! utt'tt I : ..,1,

; Tf r his failure kill tht : though there was not much intelligence! the WILL POSITIVELY BE THE T.ince. Those; desiring the paper "t'\ f ,. J
j regret at to years, position of an offic. I can have it bent to them by seudiu/ fe llnctm.. -'h.lh, ,gym., .:' '
F ( ling, and declare-, that h* will coin i in It. She moved alxiut quietly, but effectively boy to that of president of a trust CUM U.OO to the utidersifrued. I ff: .Ham.'.r..s.". .'"i "''.,", ,, d." |I. '.I
tat and appeared to take any I ] '., 'I 'f .,..
mil suicide. pany which he organized has !been LAST DAY. H.M. Ronts -Z-ft .. \lall I. rti ., 1

; 1i: : It is ( i rtain, adds th correspondent, I' interest in anything; except her work. sentenced to Sing Sing for 10 year.. Care Daily News. 'r.' .. '.. -" I .- ..'.... ,'.<.M- ,.., .i' I'' f
The! talked 1 a goo.l deal about Kill 1 1I JI
-:4i- r: that Brussels; is jutt now one of the He was charged with securing mon \ I

t T ;t 5 i most active centers of anarchism. A I though;: mi one spoke uf going to ':ip- under false pretenses by filing far-," :
| ture him and one man told how Bill
large number! of Italian anan'hilts K satisfaction\ records of mortgages on I MICKE & CO.
F was ii-Hil to heating his girl: and how
:j cently left London for Delirium.Countess I the pro;rty of persons whom ho ,I II; i yam\
i. patiently she bore his brutal trl.tIIIWllt. .7 ,
Lonyay (Princess Stephanie not Cn know.
| I had my eye on the kitc-i n-
+ of Belgium) tel I. erajrht"d from EuJ- '
Plumber Gas and
I I maid whil hi' was speaking and fan. Steam PUtt'I
i 1 a 1 spent her conzratulations on her fath I i cirri I saw her eytN slightly contract National Automobile Highway.Now ,

era escajp, not only to th" king preonally York. Nov. 18.-Agitation for I
tjr + i but the next moment !be asked me
i j t ; but ain to nil the momix-rs! of in a soft vuiee if she shoul.l till my cup 8 national l.ighway from the Atlantvtn I j I No. & Sent: Palafos Street. ,

the Belgian court.PRESIDENT'S. with colt.... and I the Par-'flo is the winter program
8' thought no more
1 1r |i:1 1LY-1o, Plaaibmj sad Las::> Ktttmya; TJateriairi Ks, : ,': I j
', al.ut itI I mapped out nt a meeting of the riir.v

RETURN TRIP. I That night; we r"d against a picre1 tois of the American Automobile aseociation. : e'1.'r:.'if'i'e71tv'S, Fi'Af,tt'A t.>

.! tt1- Will Stop at Various: Southern Cities 1 tin:; wind unchecked by wumls driving The proposed road is n Dr. G. Goldstein the well known I .. I II

> f c Enroute to Washington. j licfore it a sleet that struck o'ur faces start at Boston and reach Chicago byway i Optic pecialit. will remain in Pen-

f e, I like i' dawn we reached the of the lake cities. From Chicago sacola u few day longer. HH i* '
KnoxviUo, :Nov. IS.-It is given oat i
that on Ls! retuin trip from Memphis.! : i cabin and surrounded it Then whenI It i is to follow the old overland routi I'topping; at Hotel Escambia where I fJ;;i ROYAL STAKD HDVIIISht'\ ,

,, President Kooir-\et! will take the i I was light;; enough for us to see clearly by way of Salt Lake City to San Traiclscn he iuvitf all desiring to have fjlas-e-: "

Southern. railroad route direct .to \Vasiiington. 'I called: !I' adjusted him. The to Doctor their eyes asks to a call careful: upon : g Years Old, i Li Cases cf 4 Full Qua;!;, at! S3.29 par I.:-
'I Bill come out of that aid
4 ana win make stops at Steven.son ,' perusal of the following : j tf -
and Tu-- umbia.! Ala..; Chattanot : give yourself! up. HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. Having had many year experience ; I
I! There was no answer so I called \VHISKEYiidNtillpJ: at th" N-, ,, t''P.
t' atvi Knoxvillo, Tenn.; and Asheville P. H. Dully cf Ashley, III writes : with a large practice. I am enabled i 1
I| again JL Ky.. Di.,tClery: and i i-< fully Hull: 'd inh.tore W'" "
1 relieve those
!! 4w' ry and Xlonrw. X. C, "1 hs! i h to certify that I have taken to personhaving; i j d i .
bnttliugIt It"t 'x
ab-oltitriy [ ur" n
"We't cornered Bill.; ailment of the can-it
i you any eyes : t pain
.,. t ThU will l..> tJic- president's seconiTislt I I Still no answer. two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure j and impeifect sight. I will give y'"u Belted i'i quality by any \Vhi-kt-y of tinno )" !all." .1 .

v E V. thin year to Chattanooga. Knov II i "\\,(,' a dozen rifles.:' and it has helped me more than any a satisfactory: examination and fit iiiatnT! where (d'uced. TinU' Kt t.I: II
3 i t f; Till and Asheville.! He is schedule! other medicine. I tried the eyes with suitable glass-e i- ei,,let: ymrold when bottled and!, con ni
: Not hearing the slightest! soun.l in many '
i4 t to reach Ashevi:! I I Io'c ad-I In the rapid ofeience "XcHlent( quality, is the chf'II.t: ( wlimiUK : <
: Thursday at 6: If 'I vertised but progress ,
the cabin I ordered the men to close remedies, none of
curk'-t at that 'rice. As a bv.. rui; ,'
scientific invention for the ( ?
,, and PU"t'tell
) k I
i) m relief. .
| In lu'l"lan,1 l"mtiollIWI' pave me any My drii/si-t
a been au ab-iilutfly pure stimulant, bier.i i- NHIH !
fifteen much f.-a-
Hop; Appoints bbarctll.Uome. I.. recommended Koley's Kidney Car or years ,
; ,ly lieimn our IKU.UKV when I done discover the real of Shipped! in cases containing no mark- wh it> \
to cause
InI X-)". !c.-Tho'l Rope today and: it ha. cured me. Before: commencing .
th'W Indic iti contents. If '
n wis a puff of smoke from a window Jo-* of visual power in both young" purcha-er uponx
t: t'ai signed the brief ,li'poin".3S'Jirr.J Sbar.: In the cabin, and one of my I In t'st it* \\-c I wa in such a' and old and much has: been learned I the whiskey is not !satisfied wild tin, 1,1 I

,- r ;i fOUl\ aiwstoiie! delrjite in men fell on his faiv. Not consideringany shape when once that down.1'I could \V.hardly A. D'Alf-m-iret up I j and means discovered to ri'iiifdy'' can ri-tiirn the same at our txpnf ,Ij I
will b refunded.All .
-- I' further waste! of life necessary 1 II berte. 121 Palafox St. 1 the defects of the eye by the u::!- of < ..
yi orders siioulJ be i icurrnc t'
'pli r Mississippi N-gro H""(11d. I lasted, my men behind trei'S, and wekept Irla"ser'pectaeles+.
41, Mayor.sxil'Miss'. ., Ncv IS.-. !' ve"j' j up a steady tire.: An acasional I idean I !should be 1' ( d I whenever EIGHT YEARS QLD > postoIBce moneyordir, bank il-
O A. S3 'l.'Oa.r..A. ;: order.Ve
pre ref( r ID "1-n-1
$ t 1lih lit>ll. a niro. was toned: her today j I shot in reply informed us that the inmate the 1M H!l nl VtKIU'ACII 93'S & ; Impaired thf'.i, either inll becomes by day or in niittJoininon tiif li-u-t i954 TjAR H.u.klr uiuii-y any mel'chant in I'tn-acula.
for wif nunler d
__ I was still ali\e. This was notsurprising 1
should he
tglature:7 ( spectacles not
e MM'flj ul llnnil.Enii'loyinent :
for our bulUts could onlyi used under circumstance,.
I : any a-
# .\I'ut-l have a cook i penetrate between the loand s. A. FRIEDMA;.
: ; we the light; H unevenly refracted, and .
that: will just suit you. She is n youti. ,
did not kn't-w what further protection' hh ; ;uch causes the eye to fall very
kCt : t widow and ((0'r). fond of (Lildren.y ) I there was inside. I(I rapidly whereas: if IlIIAZiLI11N'I: : SoLE 1'Koi'KiEToR. PFNBA"LA. }jo ,
\ :
31\EPL'.L C1l1.JnE: ;
:y .!. Mrs. Iidll.ih-lut; we Lave no dIn-I II Finally I ordered the men to collect : PEBBLE: or the FI !,

ii Y? 1. j} '1 'i dren.Eniployinent. j brushwood, and advancing to a tfl'eIIIUitl. Following i-< the chedule of theovernn'ut TAL LENSES are properly adju-t- '' P <) BOX 4IH. TiiKlMI: : "
Agent; -Oh. tliat'll be all I I ed the eye will not see perfect as- /
| near, I set fire to it and threw i It ; steamer General Frencl
tna'. She:: las six of her I in :youth but is strengthened and' ---- --- -
f right, ni. : own. against the cabin. I was shot in the which THE NEWS prints for the .'f O q Ialr1MAK
k -C kll/o :News.: i I Detntlt of the merchants who! > preserved. ;| "'""
hij ,
arm for m1 rains and a few min I In all case; of imperfect \'IIOn'I lr I handle every cla ; i>f fifth' '

I utcs later another of tiiy men was badly ;heir gt>ojs to the various army and headache caused thereby, a per-" '' + bulK or battle' wholesale or retail :at ,
III. Hint \\ 'I
"n. : 1 wound-Hi. However, I persisted ant! posts: Net i spectacle will rive relief.! To are way down.
4 "Thought! your\ dad! wasn't going: to .i''VI'S recfftcoln....... _. ...... ... THOa. m or''
] at list was rewarded by seeing a small Leaves KarrancHS. .... .. .... .._. Tau a. in. : eyes fired, weak. painful, dimmed '': b AGFNT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST Bff R.
send buck eoIlceV"Yes.
{r, : fj ) you : to flatiip crawling up a corner fit the Leaves Kickt-ni .... .. .. ....._ 8i:'-'a. ra 1 I blurred, they offer a etrengthi-nnig';
t 4, + 1 dad did kirk. ( at the eTivnse LeaveItai ranCHi ... .. ... ... ......_ f:15n.I m.LHBo' '! rest and refreshment.; In other I II
s + but I threatened to stay nt home and building.; Nevertheless. it was still hal & ffuaooi.... ... ......... .. K:15H.: m.Arrives 'I! word, remove the cause of the dd i TIME TABLE.
1 an hour before flames were well start b rraucf\* illo: H. m. and then ,
:. help him nn: lie bu-nu'":, and be decided nukes a trip to Fort Mcllee and then re- 'fieulty' aid the eye will have the/ |
1 ,1. By this time I much cha
t college iiM be arns to r.nrrancni.Leaves : original brightnPs, beauty: and
as \\"> c1l"ll'l'r.DetwIt !i uriiud at Laving l lost one man L.iIIl'll.] r.nrrancft ... .. ...... ..... Irl.ip. m. i,!. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILt.OATIN
Free 1rs . .. hpalth. It requin-3! i-rofessional;
t f 1" besi'Jes_ the_ wounded,. on_ so worthless._ n Leavr lickf on. 1:25 p. m.i. : :1, y'o'I'I'C'fI.'r.. I rH 1, loinNew
rig a i n on n nn n i. Ave, tVa,acoU .. .. ... I;.'Kip, m. !guidance, even when the best article
I life and nrd 'red two of my best l men to Leaves Fickens ....... 5:1.5: p. m is ottered, a* the eyes are frequently
I liont! the outlaw the moment he Arrives KarrancA. 5:::10 p.m. and makti ,'I dl"similar and they'rtquire com- Orloam and Mobilo_
appeared. -- --- --- --- -
\VEAK NERVESAre .rip to McKee and return.
: It'n.e?. : ;
FiuMeiily the door anti pound
opened \Vfdnts-Uay-ai.dSaturday the No.6. >o.4. '' !fo.i. o 8 .No I
a hack' of the smoke and liatues! sto).l j 1 boatwiM: leave 'Dur'.IIIca"' via 1'ick- Many pet-on tire glares; of too 75 a 12:15: m 11:05 p I.I'UfI... l'fotjurl! ...A rrv! 6:101 i a 4'. i
:' r w 4 generally caused: by the blood! great refractive power, or ton f:5I1! a %:11 p 1 au I a : L'ave_... tt lomaion ..... Lease 2:"; a .- ... ,.
tisuiv. <) di for Pensacola at 6:30: strong
.' P : :ie of the two tn-n i hail ;ns p. m. 11:011. 4'lp::! Yrs r L-avlj...._. Mobile .._ Leave 12ODt I
becotningImpure, therehyde'tivin: The General French i? for a magnifying: ; power, uppom. ;; theysee I heave 4 i ,
reeled! to dii so lirl>d. The other dropped army ..::.....:: 55p 7:30 A Leave Orleans. : "IJ
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them the better econonnz" that
proper strengthening: only and auyouNider must or they
the butt of his rifle the uml. ;
on nx> North.
Dourl*hm-nt. To weak! ( not hr.ld the far
cure ; nprve lave a *;? from the may type so away
w 1 pa quartermastertake
you must thi-r.'fare, first p1rifyand The li;.ure sank down a heap! 1u the ;3 pas--ajr' !-'pr., 'from them in *c.hort a time. This

4f clean
1. 'Ira Ho.tetter'sStonaeh Hitter. It will I "Yuu.kil 'll a woman:" said the chary muscles to reUx causes a 1t91bpm'iI5 ..m 17:15pm: 1pm Arrive.L."vlj.... .Mont4om''! 'acola..Arrlva.ry _I Pave lII.m':1.1 II m ":

4 perfect the di-tion mike anabundanc [: man w ho had not fired. tII'1 hardening of the Cry-tulliue! Lensp. 11:511 am 11:111I pinrrv"! ._ IhmlnRbam .Leave MISSa: : m 4 I <
of ht'althblood. The Beer and have to for ,Hill 7'j) pm alua m Arrtve.Z'aiavilte ....I."VII .
} : change
I. being nearer than the rest ran you rslam 11.1a: m Arrive... LoUIVUlp ... ?.....'.. 9:15pm : + '.
i strengthen! the nerve and cure :, the (cabin and true enough; tlirr', I lying I f-trotujer lenein rapid succession Tar) am 11:5.1am .Arrive ..l.lnclnnal1.... Leare J :
3i--AI D.VSPEl'SIA. COX::TIPATlN, 15IL! ; on her face, was a woman. I 1 That Made and lose the power of accommoda T:2u a m t-l p m ArnvH-'-: Mr, Lnob4 Lave __ 4:15 p m -

+ IOl'SSESXO IAI.RI.TRY ITt 1, turned heroverand was thunderstruck I I AND HE t'IN'IS'El.HOSTETTER'S: 1 eyes to different distances, consequently
... ;- t ( to recognize! the kitchen girl who lord i PilWMK you will have to wear glase.sfrom No. i-V81Iy ='0, II-USUY I 1\0 atop win r+ tlme not.Lows I So 2-0.: y :0.0 l >
waited: on us at table the --,---- -
evening l
; near and distant vision. 'I his ---
,' h"-I mmmm mmIS 1IM P m 7:00 a m 'Ll'&v Y"u.Bcoh. ..._Arrln lu:511: pm' ;
: fore. can be avoided by using spectaclesof 13:15 nlllt 7:1l: ........ lIob..mla ........ 101': r "
:, I was: cot long;: t to framing a theurv proper focal power.If 1:::! .i 7H ........ I'DI.. tr" ..-_. 1'1:14" -. :
I defective allowed 13.4 7li __._..I:; c8mbl...__ JtII'l" Iisits
STOMACH BITTERS : eyes are to ". i 7i: ,.""'_' )tulM .._.._ 10nJ": If
run uncorrected they are liable to 12:811": 7/4: _..._. Harp .... .._ 10:11" :
Forty YearV Torture lead to some organic trouble which 13'!ill" T5 _.-..... UvltCity .._..... 10:16" -
VIC'l'ORIAI.DE : will nocesitate : 13.99 T:9 _._..... Milton ._ 10IU" ,
To be relieved from torturing disease amoreorleslengthytreattneot 1:10: a m ..._ .._ Good '\nite ..._. ..... a. '.
LODGE \ by a skilled occulht, and I: :15 ........... Holt. .._ ._ 8:115" .
DIRECTORY after forty years' torture might : BY ACME BREWING CO may require an operation to be performed 2JI"; 8110 ..__ t1111lflla ..__ .. 11.1" 11 il
N .........Crt'ltvlew.._ to .
BKSt 1D C1NT B ;
well cau=e the gratitude of ont'o HEEL eyes. unpleasant ,
any "
8IJ" 8iII: .......0 e"r rand -._. 1:66" ;.
result; can be avoided to a .'
IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. :fo.1"81 e:4',
TGHTS OF That j is what DsWitt's Witch Hazel 801" 1)1) .
PYTHIAS great extent and the sufferer be re 4'113" 11:116: ...DeFanlakapringL ails ,

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BROS lieved by the use of properly fittedspectacles. 4li. VH ArlylfJ. rU"
1 Salve did for C. Hin" Geneva O.
cola Lodge, So.S. K. of P.. y. 4:4.1 1IlI7 ..-..POCCfl Qo Lflcn.. fW" -
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AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 6(1'' 11):11 W"Uv1l'8 TI7"
meets every Monday evan He say* : "DeWitt's Witch Hazel I am now iR l'ensacll1a. the Hotel s..:Ij" 19:1 Caryvllle. ___ Y:13 I ,.
log at7::<0 at Castlo. Eat Salve cured ir.e' of pile after I had< 1. ft 1 H"fl1'r, W\ .il..y. E'Cauibi-i. where I will remain a ft.I 10:. ._.Bc:>nif..,_._ 4:156" I .7
la the Kloont issues 8:00" 10f7 It __. .. Cblpll _._ 11,7" : ;
t t e ul\lng.lblrd floor.Mttng Buffered forty year*.' Cure cu'.;, Main Hou. few day= prepared to fit perfectly r'JJ" 111" _..._erHOn'1aJe_ 1:11" I
brethren cora: )l: e-401 rj. Palafox sale and satisfactorily the eyes of any 1:110" 11:2& to .. ._....Martaena._._ .f 1:00" ; .
'corned i burn*, wound skin disMi*?" BaI with to : ._ .__ 1:11II" ::1 1 4 '
) I R. R. Exchan2e-Op.;: Union Dtpoi! one de-bring it correct glassfs.My ; 71 11:4It _Cprtol'i.
; H. A. LEE. I ware of. counterfeit*. Har ii!' Pharmacy P. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Flu, olHce hours are from 10 o'clocka. I 7:4'1 to 110" to -Grand KldglJ_ II! I
OR8LCR C.tK. i 1fJ "' 12:106' noon ._ II Idl"I i .
H. & 8. | John Sheppard. Sidney Kahc. Phones 116-2CS. m. to 3 p. tn. I 10:15 I 11:15" ArrIveKin''' !'''1octlon _Ltut Ilfi"t .




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WHY liE NEVERV !Women as Well as Men I CYNICISMS.A I : ;
Curse r !!

I Are Made Miserable by I great many who claim to love the
Deputy of the Maccabees of the World. j I WEARS AN OVERCOAT
Supreme Lord think that one day in seven is ;

? _____________..l --- __ IL -- i:: I Kidney Trouble. enough for saying MX OF'S : :1

'NALD that I must do something I II. I
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( "I am glad. one is saying ofevery : i
I." : ;" bi ..ubien'I ,b;: to regain my health. A i [Original; ] p\ery :

,'troit ,i."' : (ntnd advocated your Wine "TIi."" K !*. r,in>n: n'. tint: jwj never Kidney trouble preys: upon the mind. disCourages one l'I!>oc. " I !haven't what ho '

_J .- a rrom- t C. of Cardui treatment so w "r ;.MI! ow rI'Hlt' .\ uir: 'If your aw and lessens ambition, beauty, vigor I bus on his 1''UiL"l.II't.' ." I I111'11 DRINKUItEI : I IIH
'. \\.,o was .". I strongly! that I decided to "I'1: ..I i I Ij mn.-! a i.. 1; III i.rt: lung; ; so. I| "-' '----I and cheer ur.e! :::; soon I' \\ a man thinks be is l'I'l'tt'h I 'i

,tIv the "',' try it, although I had little: l i ...; disappear; when me kidneys devotes a wholf lot of time to looking I
OS' ,11111. during this January wvistb\
'l.1icine. faith in patent medicines. arc out of order ;
!. at himself \\hlle combing his hair. V I V
: .1. Mrs. I hm now very thankful that .'r" ;, \ or dISeased ( > BY ::
So much imitirtamv is attached to it
t, 'upremoMaccabees I did to, for within ten days I>r.-nn>ro sh'Jil'lmtL "An overcoat I": i il.c I .t Kidney troube: has I I
b1 I V throujrh life that there is suoto wonder WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.ifotmjt. i ,
blessed relief came to me. til1. 1 co:1lfortal.leI .'r'I\I ; become so prevalent .
:<: am perfectly .. I
: 'mJ one ofv ...r and in IMS than three that it is net uncommon the ords "good proider" dou't apiwiron '
with lit o'lt1. Hordes overcoats are S !co tt..r.: (rill ',t giren in gT/UI of'x;
iy ]known ilrt. JJ4 HcDonM. months I was cured. and j jc for a child t j be born tonib&toncb.Somehow.: .
have Ui If.". L-1 ml' tl'll'OU w hy. i i'Tor afflicted v'alt'r,tin. or -/,< itlmat.'palKHt't i: oir/.<7yr. f .I 1 }
fine health with weak kid-
ue United n--r----------------x- enjoyed I uf ti-r his first mouth's bills .'
.' : '. and: of women gather to I I ever since. I know there is nothing betterr many ji-ars I hud charge; of the I| c neys. lithe child urinates Imicoue In, a lIt'\\ I)' married man White Kll>tx'n KftntHJvwiilrurcordpmrojr i t V

: i I.r .:r-e everywhere she goes. I for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per. CnaiKi-s nt Mathvw Drew A l\.., l"ath- i -__ eL4s._ too often if the the: tii, !>* infd spp.-tits fir fticobolio; stltnu- V .
'I tu;:x;**>>t;, the unfortuuate mun who II\nr.! wtietber the piitient b a confirmed I
,n. tt \\urk she has done for the feet health and am very pleased to jivt my <'r hif.'i. One iiftiTiioin in winter I was i urine scalds the (flesh or if, when the chiU horse and the next day tin inflimte, a "tippler," oorial drinker or I, K
;, by hearty endorsement. reaches an when it should be able to buys a druukard ImpoMblr fomnvonotobareannpprtitp '
.. 13 appreciated every I so 1 busily engaged that I did not notice age ,
I price! of feed -Atchisou Globe. {-ir alcoholic liquors after using
: r i the order. She was BO ab- No Buffering woman can afford to I It was past: !" 3 o'dl'k and I had not control the passage it Is yet afflicted with guts up. \\ hue Ribbon Kfinrdy.lixl j i
ID L,.r work that she neglected: ignore such a Tetter as Mrs. McDonald 11 madmy deposit in l.auk. Opening! I bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of TSMl hy MpmlKT r.fV.. C. T. U. I

r h,.alth! proper care failed. writes. Her plans and advice haveproved the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first GOOD CONUNDRUMS.What :uIr. M"ore. DTPM superintendent of Wo I : I Iman's
afe. I saw that I had far uivatircni.imt
a cbrUnan Temperance I'nlon. Vfnurn. -
of should be towards the of .
that the symptoms step treatment
I, mtnt valuable in building up one of II of t-j..h on haixl o\c-r .<::MiiiiO; I Ithan these I [ I'rtlilornm. writes: "I have tested !
hldnpy trouble her This
gave the greatest women's organizations in I important organs. unpleasanttrouble word has the letters from White Kll'bnn Kemtwlj on very obstinate t
I. xwnand torpid liver the United States and she takes time to '; -- I ever kept there.Vhah: iocI1L I' is due to a diseased condition of the' drunkards the cure* have been many. t t 1,1,

I \ ui cured her the came give advica which she knows will help only a ];t1l,', old fjshinm-d safe kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as which if you take away two ]leaves In many. ca-es the Keinedv was gi\ea tecretly. I ,I I
I mnwndlnd in-
.. of others? and you. that -I' men could roll away and :i most people suppose. otic1'Answer: Stone. lorec White cheerfully Hihlxm Oinnly rl'r Members of .1

..writttnthis1etter in Do not delay in securing this medi- : ::1ih' at tlicir lci!>un>. lU-fon1' lci\li.!; I Women as well as men are made miserable Why I is a dog; biting his own tall like our I'liinnaredfliKbted to Mud an economical I I 1 1OR. (

r suffering women may cine. There i is nothing to pain: and i the 'iic,. I tu.k out the bills rolled I with kidney and bladder trouble, a ;good lUutlll'ruS'I'r; : Kecausu he alice work treatment" to aid us iu our temper. i ,V f

.'. i e (.f CarJui the same everything to lose by delay. The choice i tl-:. i'i! 'iin'ftilly 1:1 a piece of Irrown JKI- and both mi'd need and the the same immediate great remedy.The u.ikt both fiids meet UriiKgMtnr' by malt. 'I I. Trial package r', I I t

.V !I' u it. is before you.Vill or will von not : I t'ir .ind '-lill''1 J them iiit. ciy oviTt-oiit Swamp'Root realized. effect It cf \Vuleh! Is the most diolcult train to free .ywrltinMrs. A. M. Townserd (for I I
is is sold
V vms 1 suTcrcd with torpid secure relief now by taking Wine of I ;;>. :\-1. I \i-n fciti-d to take tlu-ui home in catchnswer: The I'-i-So:! because it years secretary of a Woman's Christian i I i
looked and dull. Cardui? All drucgists sell 81.00 bottles by druggists f.fty-
yellow !: E'c
v n \, ,; II !,rather than l leave them in the do catch Temperance Union', 213 Tremont j I
of Cardui well nt and one dollar ;:: i is ten to one if you it I
\ kidneys were Affected! and of Wine as as 25c packages I ., ; St., Boston, Mas*. sd! m tvnsiwoia by I I I I
auosj back and I felt! of Thedford's Black-Dl V 11 my I :: Hannah I Urn*.. "I', IV.ilox! St.
_w- __ .!I.' av I was about to lock up. John j ji I sample bottle by mail sehoilmnstiT and an engine driver' ? ; j i
-m ;
-, A million I :' .:111. a man who had a large ao free. also pamphlet tell- hone rr I.1)ulp.lont. One trains the mind!, the other t I

I' TwI ', of C.RSDUI i have found Buffering relief women in : .V' ': .1 i u. ca IIt.' in .:'iiJi.! .-.;!-t''d on mg all about it, incuding'! many of the i.iiiuU; the tr!in. Medical Society. Attention. I :1 '
'thousands of testimonial Liters received
I I I" ..i ': .J Wine of Cardul.V .i.I .' :: \" i hli nl<'. Hy the t'inet from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer I I went to I'rance and stopped thtrp. There will be a regular rut"'tini! ; 't : I
-, V it far .h., PeUSVICOLS Mdiea1 iSti at
t icty'
iiii :
'' -- : supwri
-- ud: there because 1 did not
& Co.. Binghamtcn. N. Y., te sure and I i.t stay
i j' .i.. i mention this thtra I from there because
I. aper.I fro came away 1
1.1rift'. that whPii too latv for the )'cWkpm Tuesday Xovlland25. ;
I Don't nvike. any mi-tike, but remember -I I; nut go there at all Answer Visiting phvsiciai.s are cordially ; I
MURDER. : AN UNCHANGED BILL. 1 ". "i:ins: iii".il I was to ;:I't it at a rl'S'I I
the flame Swamp Root. : A watch.CANCKll ETStei: to attend.DR.VV.. :
-- I l.iiii.n.t ln'tore going houic. After thetitjiiituro I Dr. Kilmer's Roof, mend the I
Swami -- C. DFWBERY
Kill 11i* ( \5. f 1 .
V -l.rrnK'ii littliin; -r< hunt TooMrt
'.t' vt.iiuK. I I b For llic 4 ...llegtEPi l.r..f.r. of the (ctistonitT I took myitrctiat I iaddre=-i, Bicghamton, N. Y., on I Cl'lIKI) fly hilMOI) nuu I President.' I

I II I ( off thf hcK.k Mliere I had (every bottlp. I,. DE 1. liLOCKKK. t ; i I
V ;11 .nMy the o only : iit1* ut C-it.-: Amlurst college l hum;; 1 It. in-'tini'livvlj CTavpil the bundle TiSottf; Secretary. I
All kin and Blood IH"f'A8"H Curetl.
: ': \\'h're"t'lIi! :< was a man with tlirte salient char to tin of .
I'II. ; to ill.;ki !>otlthllt itMIS all right niibMUf:: money OLP the partners - I

V. -::ijile' artu lu cf tt'r.tktt.f; !; 1:1 compulsory; worship ih u started l for the! rcstaurant.Vh1e told UK- that they WITCtry sorry Mrs.; M. L. Adams, Fredonia, Ala., If you want a good Bed : : : :

as a nie-tiiv of ;fir.u-e nieety of language there I kft the coat lunging on a hook to do t.o, l hit common pruJcnce' would took Botanic Blood Balm, which ef- .

: "' their ilans with "I'd a fondm for bargain: hunting \\lu-re I (' t1l keep toy i-> t>s on it I\ ryuonu l.'OUliH'1 tlu-ni to 1 IOl'k u.e up for the ecftually cured an eatms cancer of stead or a nice Crib for tile. t !

V :.1.'.u. was almo-t t't'lIIiniut's illus- nt. There i-re about thirty seconds night. lie then strpK-d[ to the tclolibone the nose and face. The sores healed baby, go to Marston fy ; I .

: Iir1' they reslilei ] trati\e of the Litter: it is told that on a it is true. duringhkh;: fire engines and called fur an otik-vr. up perfectly. Many doctors had I

i I..,..i-1.t the rivers and certain eiccasion Mr. Gates bought;:: fur were dashing liast without and I \\ rote a note fur my wife and called given up her case as hopeless, hun- Quina's. I ; :
dreds of cases of cancer, eating
"Ih"i into the inttri'ir.i $3 a pair of trousers!" that had been I turned\ yes on them, but when I !i iiies&onirer. MisuhIee were sores, eupperating swellings etc., I ;." ', V

V V i- 1:11: l.iiigtr possible, marked lit $0 and had them charged. looked l'a<-k to the coat it was still waiting, wLt'ii iu came Trluiball the have been cured by Blood Balm. i : V

,' ''oii'linue! tin foot to The lirst of the mouth a bill came in: tll<-1'I'. When I had finished my supper man who had been with me the evcn- Among others, Mrs. B. M. Guerney, CHOICEST V I

V V Thy carry l..oart'loJs "To one pr. pants. $:\." I went home and to Ijed. iug: bi'forc. Warrior Htand, Ala. Her no e and : .

V: .!'.-.tin-times ZC) III i Mr. kites eroded off the "pants" andFUliNtitutcil That night; I folded my coat smoothly "&'e Lore, Diusmoro." Le said, not lip were raw as beef, with offensive -OF- I \ \

\\'!hen the relit U'zuius "trousers." then remailcdthe and placed umlt my ],lIIo\\. The i knowIng! wLat lad happened and taking discharge from the eating sore. I .

.. 'ii.p TIt,-y uiiibush bilL The fir"t of the neit mouth another n.-\t morning, I took it into breakfast the account current from his! failed.Doctors Blood advised Balm cutting healed, but the it f FRUITS ANOCONFECTIONERT i !

V a r |'imUiiMlig: "lead" or : bill came in: with me placing it on a chair where I Ieeket "we made a big mistake in
i is
and Mr*. Ouorney as
'1 u lit long; six foot "1'0 erne pro pants, ?3." could] watch it. I wore it to the office tin-so credits 1 last n'mht That item" sores well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm -ATC ;

V -. I 11 1VZ: guns. whkh This time the bill was returned as keeping my hand on the outside I I iiibhod! uj.011 him; frantically and also cures eczema, itching humors; V f "

V ',' dill "tight; fingers" before, but, with the following legend: of the jwicket that contained the packape. : lic aii to examine his overcoat I scabs and scales, bone pains, ulcer, APOSTLE'S, I

i' r an.I Ius"or: I tar Mr. Thompson-I am alwa\s careful : When I reached the office. took thrust my hand into a pocket and drew offensive pimples, blood poison, car- V ;. .i

i. Hi !iiit!' ot ru!" tyse. ubout the- language 1 use and like other out the )pared, and the innt I saw out a parcel wrapiiod in brown paper. buncles, scrofula, riMngs and bumps 14 East GovErnment St., ; I j ;

V 1 \ Ul[ :, They j'pople to te the ban.r it I started. I hall: wrJ.I'IH,1 the bills Unrolling It. there were the bills.'Toui.dr I. on the skin and all blood troubles.
The first of the third! month Mr. Drn it$1 large bottle. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htaii4 1 I
It ",r caribou In browni\ r. Now they were : 1 yelled!, laughing: and crying ;?; per 1
Gates recthed a bill!!:: Simple of Botanic Blood Balm free One ear-load of Pineapples at 11.75 '
:: V go.nlthing \\' apiK'd in newspaper.Vith a h.indof hysterically."That 1'I'I
and by writing Blood Balm j jCo to .2.00 dozen.OPERA. V
"To one pr. pants $:;. was a package of gloves prepaid per
:::1 I V : ice on lilY hcait 1 hastily unruHed: yesterday Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble
This time l.e went in 1't't'ShIl to visit i 'I
Mid Trimball.
\. II liadlyi the package. ruder the ncwsiuperwas and !special medical advice sent in I I I
V ,t 'V i I. it itI'llt Mr. Thompson lie explained his i>ositioa. tissue [bailer.Vitliln the tissue "That lout is the same pattern as sealed letter. It is certainly worthwhile I :
Thompson looked at him a moment Din&uiorc" said the senior HOUSE I : I
I i paper were a dozen )pairs of glo\es. I tours: part investigating uch a remarkable -

V I V and then icplied: ank into a (hair almost In a faint. ner. remedy. a- Blood Balm cures ,..,. .__ ''iI I
-5--- u --S-VS --- ----
0 i (lithe- 'Tres'elcnt dates Ire been !In tIle The paralysis of my faculties lasted "_\11I1 the same goods" added the tbe mo-t awful. worst and most f

ilotliing business for twenty-live jcars. junior. I deep-seated blood diseases.CASTORIA; I Saturday, Nov. 22. ; :
: .J : ,Ie.i but a inoiMitt when I arose and went
an' during them twent-Ji\e years everything Trimball and both had ----- I. 1 i'I
over what 1 had done. I at once telePitititd on our overcoats -
Matineeat2.45. I
In my shop above ?. has been loss to the police and relented and both took them off for inspection. I t ; 1 ,
V > rVV4 V trousers and en'r thing beloA3 has I I I Ii
; it as doubtless having oc'cul'rt"l We had bought them at the )
I .
: I. .'. :. 'I']been:tt1. pants.Fir. it's It's pants pants 3-ou'you lI pay got.1'ur.-and, at the restaurant wheie it was quite same tailoring establishment from the i iI For Infants and Children. The Little Folks :: i 1
lot and
.. likely some light fingered rogue had I same they were apparently !; iJ

.. : ....' New York Times.J'ritlrie taken out tine pa-Kage: and slipped) ) in |I the same size, for Trimball and I were The Kind You Have Always Bough! I
'I-V T i' i, '", H..:: another while I had beyu looking at about the same build Trimball the Me t I Co. i 5 i I
V Ins re ,
"v. 'VV r'i! \ .".. ', lIorrM of 1.iiiey. 'I . i
"' -J'i. tight before: on findinz that it wouldrwjuiro Bears thegguatoreof / 1I .
I II the fire e'igiiies.; The coat must l>e / I'I
: V ( A brief for the state la: an early Nebraska 1
time to at
V S.tzV I;; mire' for it titted flue perfectly, was I some get cirors ,10-STAI5S-10 \ \ '
'- .-. ': '. I case ii.dulge-3 in the following : .
; I
i jnj| ,,) exactly e>f the sjine pattern and mate we were hunting in his account and I.

V ': ,',1 f f' : ..- njuries. i prairie lowi-rs! of fancy: rial as mine, and: 0:1 the collar inside the olKce !being wry warm had taken : By Request will Repeat their Recent i! j jr I \ I Ii

'VV'V "rbintlffs in rror are afraid that the off his overcoat and hung it on a hook i t
otthe was the name of the firm of whom I Qr: Great Success.
honor and dignity; of the state will huffer beside him. I was too intent on the t I1EYt f1tt! V
had bouuht it. IU : i iI
and! they imoke fur the claimants That of to account to notice it. He was a maker ; tr t This will be their lat: Appearance f
day was one misery me.I
broad principles of natural equity and -- --- -, -.....rith I this H ason. 1 i : 1
: gloves and we sold bun certain
7 I reported the loss to the firm. whocertainly lot
,-ctmr.Patridges.. the claim that neither the laws governing i grades of fine leather fur his !'s. AI & !
ttf2t31c1fi !
did hot take it with
1 I' .- far ths' constitution a very | Doors Open at 2 O'clock. ; V 1
e-ourts nor the applli -
1 he had taken
i When he went out may
,' h,, ',' i in this good humor and before noon they had! "
's to tucia. The logical sequence;
, .\\ it ia the heat hold, claimsavr.iiiiM an expert bookkeeper at work to dis coat instead of his own. V Sale of > ithe gin at ( oe's Friday j ; '
tins-that 1
! 1\t'rslIs < .i\er if I were not eiuL-axoring to cover "Overcoats are dangerous, concluded I ..v.IatlfI'clock.: : I t V
There jET UE I IrLu 13 .
many the! Mate are a favoreel elis'i!" I '1 inlife ,
Diusinore. never wear one. '
die- up u shortage in my accounts. During | PRICESHpat( ] ;: and Two Rows : :
'I r-v.amps: or t who eati nloue make wins of jtwtieeI I ANTHONY IJLAXC. a2tiuti1 tI I
!fij into them aa 1 jii'd r.g'-t': to Il!> to that iiijKtic regionui the afternoon a detective had re- : : in Balcony &U c ; Adult*, :2."ic! ; Chil- udr.ti
I I, : ],rted that a man whoso photograph I lIow's fill": I under II VCiT4. l.>c. V I II i iI
I I attend
Hunting ::; ove :1I:111: U'xoi.d the tl"\lIIll1ds ot law, I
V I \\as in the) rogues'/ gallery, one of the: refunded. C.ctllnJI
," ""t i"io. and \\tiere Mich unjust things: as conti.icts We offer One Hundred Dollar-- i tf flfl2y

I and written co.-ti tut toils do Hot most ('\Iot'l t11l'tk thieves in the j ward for any case of Catarrh that I t2ie3! C1 d.I 1 t I V
j country, had been' seen in the restaurant I
V exist! but where for them a ; I '. cannot l-e cured ty Hall's Catarrh fo BALSAM I.I I.
'N'81ESTI W iht w..1
Y.e while I was there and they were I !tet phyrJb1\3 M lh htlr.
narrow ]ithway le-ads to the treas I Cure. i
night fldicPlUlmK I i Jon his track. Tins allayed the: <.u"pi- I 1 : end Bbidir! ttcC I&:1.: V T'VHI 4ei ft luiurtttit frn vth. t i
,. ury. dixiis withuut stint .,r Ut-V F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo. i&iy ll ,, Vver Fail to Ilrstore Orayl
no" winter chins of mt ,, flair to its YouthFul Color. V
1 | lay, turn softly! on j.uhieii hinges; to admit I my emplojcrsoriiCM hat. but i, We. the undersigned. have known I. .:.:t : ez't4 Jut, Ciun w p t;, t i k hair tijur.* '
i "n my IUIIJT.S atulif them.ct if I do much | ben evening; e-ame and Me "' .'re a'loutj F. J..Chenl" ', for the la-t 15; year-i, I I VV I
notcry I D'ALEMBERTE.= ....
W. A. .
I d.'z -ll ad n rll-f'd j !to g" honie uit''iu.t i I !! : :..nfurther clow_ : :nid believe'him perfectly honorable I --- : I I iGOLAY@
ui.M.lke: tl.w CoUrt 'tliese wilr-'s' will: : J
ind V
l dad treatment
j in nil buMiie transaction' and
; .I i.I .,. without getting: i unfiatiitT in tin ir flight and claimant financially able to curry out any ob- Ii i Murston cj- Quina have $)= { .

!'I' ud rcc"uinit'iu1ecl 1 au' the state imi-t fall to a oinntoii fJasal made their firm.WtsT&TitrAX. I'I
V li'vitiou by
.,1,1>l Tar aud two'i level! with all other litigan's iiul slai.ilup : ;; I I sumevery nice Dressers and Grist and Corn (Seal Mills I"

'i cured me. I con- to the rack where is fid Ihat 1-111111 l I Gt1TARRH Wholesale! Drurgi't.; Toledo! 0. Wash Stands very cheap. 'I I

; 1, :,, -t to'jgii and lung I ",Ill fodder ...f 'justice a'd: r.: :hl' as ad-V I Ju nil its etiz: n there I \\'AI.IJI:'>oU, KI.NXAX & MAKVIN.Wholesale Just the tiling to go with [ff. F. GQUZRLEZ & CO., Prop i, ;
f V world.V.. A. :
Dru itToledo.. 0.hail's .
ministered by our e-ourts. PH' iiJ bi'..'ce 3.tlj'i ; >\;
> -i I ". 1'alafuxSt. I Catarrah Cure i itaken Iron Beds. I Manufacturers i
internally :
; I'
: Croari Eai ;
I :: ; tHOICFMFAIjANI) l'ClttGltoUND 1 I
I.Iu tie VorI.l.i A sound -1t'f'I'r. an' ', ....., acting directly upon I
'An".r.n1i"! ok.ic .
V ( .. '
"c.\ .," blood and mucou- !urlac-" of the CURE YOURSELF STOCK: HiKI; I
the Tram-ais, theater in Parts ,, tl.a j
i tit .\lit 1l 11\:111: I lV Is- At one i -. dei c'i I. ". -i: c, Alt !i V
:: -y-tem. Price 73c. per bottle. Hold tee llle(J for uflfl'tt'f3LnhIod. Ffttronlie Home Ir.tlanry for there II ,
evening during the purlinm.uue" of a J ':- *11 'VT'AZ.flaV V. % f"I, :
t r:'i'e of IbL.'t1e; i.ii I _:w '.. by all dru gist*. Tentimonials free. I.dielhargetfltiaiflmtbO4, every fUbon you should bay your Meal and V
height of a lull play\ by Souuiet a sjttatur was oh! &\t'aco.t >d tLeL.d \ irnUtu/Di or bteerationtcf Block: Jfeed' from the Home Manufacturer, V
V- HaIl" Family Pills are the best. mucous itipml.rane
I 1''t .', Inch's aiul se'rved to lie siumiier.iig.! : "Look," saul] ".CivJ. tfniI foet&gje FamleM, and nut otiia for by so doing you encourage, borne Indni- I, I.
CrtMin P'Urn i is placid Inn: the no;;tri:s, 6pro !:! O.a.STOrt.XA. THLVAISCIIM sent or POW.DOM.or try. Your money Is itdtIn the commoDIty -
... .uiitysipnuiiils.. IIIIDtU to the author nl.o) was sitting. a. cstCo. and yon In torn are Indirectly benefited. J I.
ever UO runuj-ai.e:: aud is a':' orucX Ke .el IB itt Kind t H2e Aats: 3oN; tINtNli1iOVJ euld by Drngtst1, In ottering the home raannfactnrer ,
11.1.\ IIW i1't of foot i.ear him, ".\on I'I'e tle effect produceiJ]I >, il.aieai.dacuw'follovvs. It is not dr7,LJ-.!"?:; eari the ; U.S.A. tent in slain ra5 ; contrlhate to the cl\nseof labor. You OW4 yoa '! i :; 4

VV,r themsihe-s o\er by your tragedy." Hut the nc\t even, ; cot j.'j uce f it*.','. '. Ijrje'P, .v,cents tI l>rjI ;;,_ V Elattze /l I. II l>y(XI nfnm, vr 3 totU., prepi4.. lurcul&r :., .(..js I Itto tbeeommanlty wblcb you lire sad I,

--1 range; apitearauce. that the play was' one of liuuias"own.. : }:LV !::H.OTilErmen :&: :reel. :0;,',* Tort -4 'V V I

V to encounter any ofIf mid it huipc'iie-d also that a l'lItll'IUUI 1 -- -- -- "' ..

11l'OIIfur their la the stalls was ou' i-ewered by bleep.Soumct SPECIAL SALE FOR 7 DAYS AT ; :

U-tiig! resent noticetl thi. and BEST FOR THEBOWELS
: .e >:i>par and in using i .
with inilnite\ satisfaction: tupping I'u- :i
;. It d by their' roadi-i I
rs. nias on the shoulder and poiuMi to the ,I F. E. BRAWNER'S ,1..i

offender he: 1':1 hI. "11cisti notice mv .

I II:rtU..t (it).. eloar l>umas. that je.ur 1IaYS call seuil I I11I'IIIIt' '
'. If hitfn't a reciilnr IIp.ltI., mO"\IIpnt or the THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. f
I ] well' mine" "Notat ) Ton ,
I of Yucatan K it to sleep as :'s!" t... i. <<.rjr duoI'r( U' ,V ', K.'t'p i"ul
the ready answer "that bow: ,enp' l.f V t r.1! 01 'j.e"r VI>' V
- .ty ia Mexico in all was ; km p IV.K ir )..111 ,I dunir< TI!b I. ,
i whkh Is our friend e-f tcrd.iy.. He has not .t.rat ,t. mt |. :najr of k'" ilDi ite Lo'eland I S ,
I;I 'J ,j."r clean u la take Lidies' Ready-to-\Veir Rainy- Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's"

i V' ;-IUOO to JO.IKH woke up yet!" CANDY Day Skirts, worth $l.oO special sale =nit", all wool. worth ?:j, special ale I Hair Undershirts, worth $1.5y. special 3 .

:!: V t ,.ity in Mexico, CATHARTIC !U8c each. $1.98 suit. I SI ; drawers to match in White, : V

M,;.tilting very cni Many a nina who ;goes: through UrelllU1ta'uill :..'9 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Remember carry a full line of I Red and Fawn colors. ii

.1 i "> tow lean cities : time fact that ho is misua- i Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool l, Boys' Pants, from 3 to 10 age; at \Ve have about 3 doz. Mc-n's Silk V

l..o' ._ 1triiIiI. Las tI,'...-.......! imsUt: to be thankful t tsUl'h worth f 4, special !sale $2.4S each. prices to suit everybody.Look shirts and Drawers, worth |3 ; spec- 4 'V

i I' :! is the els'hil'lgo New s.PHYSICIANsTRESCRlBE I GO Ladies' Black and Colored at our Show Wiudow for ial to close $1.20 each. r
sevt'rgedtiO1)Uh.tCtj sjsteia
Worsted Skirts, worth $1 60, special prices on Ladies' t'nderwear. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed .
|' eery IT. sale !ic J each. We carry a swell line of Ladies' and :Fleeced Lined Undershirts at

I i I..r the constitutions 37; Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig Flannel and Silk: Waists at prices so 25c ; drawers to match. V I
Many broad minded physicians
and Tar. ured !:Skirts worth $2 oO to $6 special everybody can wear one. I. 21 doz. Boy'a and Girl's Gray and V V ,
Foley's Honey
prescribe asthey
I sale H-SS to 14.98 each.ReadytoWear 70 doz ;Men's Heavy French Neck Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c ; t.
found safe and
have never eo CANDY ;
I i EAT 'EM LIKE Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts; special 20c ; drawers to match. ,
reliable for throat and 1'0 Good j
A\ a remedy VIea. PalstaMe. Potent. Ta te Good. V
laus MOMENTS. trouble this medicine.V. Srvtr McVn. \>aken. -r Gripe 10, $". and M cenu *l.4S to $S each. You will ave drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', V j

i.:.ot anxious hour;: of lung\ A. D'Alemberte ail great 121 S. Palafox ealth.per box.Address Writs fur free aainple( .na booklet<::3JTEBLIM1 on !; money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Bhoes ., 1 ;

c. ure those when the I' RHEDV COSFiXT. CHICaGO. SEW tOiL !! buying I worth 50c, special Soc ; that we tan save you 25c on. I

0' !l'.ouehold; have the BLOOD CLEAN : 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy at 11.60' drawers to match. I Remember-We carry a full line '

(i- uo other medicine t.Foley'sfJoneyand KEEP YOUR to So: worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under I of Men's Clothing Bongnt at EOc on ;

Tar -- ------ Double-Breatpd shirts worth Jl special 75c drawers dollar. We will close
this terrible malady: --- -- ? 49 Boys' 2-piece ; them out at .

: V '. y ami Tar. It is a cures colds prevents pneumonia PROFESSIONAL CARDS. suit worth {1.50, special 93c suit. match. I i I just Yi price off other merchants. i .
I -- -- -- : V
n for throat an1d : __ {.

V .' ai? it contains nor If yon want a nice present to give 1 V Don't Blankets and Comforts Until Look at Ours. Remember the Place
it Buy you
poison can be
to friend
\\ A. D'-\l mberte, go and look through the I W. C. ROWE, M. D.
..; elegant line of suitable articles at

J. I. Ktephens, you surely can find Office: 17* 8. PaUfoz. i F. E. BRKiAiNBR'S $

t lWJSALVE something to please you. If you Hours from S to &:::10 a. m. and 1 to i p. :rand : V

\ : want anything in the Diamond line after 7 o'clock I
:! 1IIr..5 SalY3ll1 t*<. world be sure to see him before you buy. ]lion.o GO.



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role assigned to Mitchell's successor I AN UNPARALLED RECORD--1

I -P t' At offer least votes he in will doubtful have States the power for to a FELTUS-CHAFFIN : To know all there is to know about a I -

f "" place in the cabinet; then the result
Jl depends on the character and ability Sarsaparilla, take Ayer's. Your doctor
and ambition of the man. Is it wiseto WEDDINGAll

I I f\Catered*., .eooD
I OI'I'ICE :-Fltt'. Building. :211K South that Government at the icercy of any

I t faUtox street up-etairs. road.It man?. But we travel along that day yesterday the decoratorswere .

I THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. is difficult to see why it wouldbe at work preparing for the wed- GREEK FINED NEW POLICE I

more dangerous to "leave the ding of Miss Emma Chaffin, daughter -, During
I August EVERY (i-Xj
Terms: Invariably in AdvanceOA governmental the mercy of" a representative of Mr. James A. Chaffln the II I the death claim? paid in t! i .
,_ j J Tear by Mail .. ..?.. 00 of those who produce I wellknownVest Florida lumberman -I'I'I HEAVILY TO-DAY UNIFORMS States and Canada: by th.K ;,"j

dlx: Months ._........_....... ..... ......... :* SO than to leave it at the mercy of those and Mr. William J. Feltus of ,J ble Life Assurance 8iu'iK\: w:.4.
I One Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 who accumulate. I I II within :
Natchez, Miss. Although it the -- paid one day after r? : ,
was ;
While Mr. Morgan and men of his I I |I II !

ti Advertising Rates Furnished on Application type may not today control our government endeavor of the family to have a 'USED INDECENT LANGUAGE IN I I The new winter uniforms for the !I proof.
police force arrived and And
they at least come so near quiet, unostentatious ceremony, the no month II! ;II i ,

li 1UNION doing it as to justify the apprehension social position and unlimited popu- PRESENCE OF LADIES. were delivered to the city hall this 1 fear has the] iKM-ci'maxr ,1 i I" ,
morning. All officers below !
that they may control it to- present were KSV.;
LABEL larity of the bride converted it into (
given their new clothing. I
-H I morrow. I This excel* thp Hoer .

This is, after all, a country of pro- an elaborate affair,each friend of the Nick Poleazo was fined $25: by Cut this out and take it to any i great record. It has \\: r

ducers. Our government is, after beautiful girl vying with the otherto Mayor Jones this morning for usingobscene drugstore or medicine dealer and been approached by any K: r
NOV ] 9 1902
r PEHSAOOLA, all, a government of majorities ; and, do full homage to the occasion. language in the presence of t get a free sample of Chamberlain's pany.

if the producers-the farmers and With a profusion of holly, bamboo, ladies. The line was made by the Stomach and Liver Tablets; the best "Strnn ('..t In the \\nrlilTHE !
HESTY, the popular writer of ju- laborers of the country-are in the i up I cleanse and
: They
mistletoe smilax white
r venue stories, la dead. He has stories majority, why should they not con- chrysanthemums defendant's friends and was paid I ate the stomach improve invior-I f EQUITABLE L1KF .\:0--: : :

trol the ? palms and ferns the stately tite and regulate the bowels. ANCE iSOCIi/n
to burn, at any rate. government into the city treasury before noon.

Would our esteemed metropolitan residence, on the corner of Wrightand Poleazo started a refreshment and I lar size, 25c per box. I OF TIIEVXITKI| : -i I t. r

GENERAL CORBIX thinks the sole contemporary have the minority Palafox streets, was transformedinto i I
fruit stand the entrance of the Glbbes Is Elected
near Captain.
_ dier's dram all right, but draws tha placed in control? And, if it would,
a bower of sylvan beauty. Savannah Oa.. Nov. IS.-At a meet. KSOWLES BROS.{
'I line at the little drama of connubial why should those who compose the carnival grounds. The stand wasn'tready ,
Great ing of tha ORlfthonx Light Infantry
i festoons
drooping of holly and
bliss. majority put themselves to the when hundreds cf children last night Arthur B. M. Oibbes was General .\>ji H-H.'
------ --- trouble of going to the polls and mistletoe, interwoven with: bamboo: to arrive there He I elected ,
bears disinclined began yesterday.: captain informally to succeed 309 8. PaLifox! ;t.. l'F\-: ,
THOSE Mississippi. seem back again, simply to plant a ballot: hung from the ceilings and drapedthe saw his competitors raking in the Captain David C. narrow, who r> I.
-L to bear inspection at the
i' that can bear no good democraticfruit walls, linking! a pleasing background signed on arcornt of his business duj j -
and it almost crazed him.
hands of the chief executive of this pennies
? tirs. For the :
i sane reason Liouten-
'' t nation.: for the animated, resplendent Rushing;; around he grabbed holl of I ants James II. Dutncr and S. B. La-: !! Carolina Portland

) I ;gathering ;guests. |! and jerked a number of ladies rather far have announced their intention to i
THE coal that their
F rosi/n. New lieutenants!! therefore
Mrs. W. J. Hannah and frs. I
1 profits are uial', and the people: say I j I j roughly.; When they remonstrated, are to ho c'wtP'! for the company. I ISchlsy ; Cement C

'" 4 that their business methods are even j Thus. Hannah, in strikingly! elaborate he cursed at there. A a officer was I ,J,

smaller. i GROCERS I costumes, assisted in rectiviiig to Make Address.
i iIN summoned and the bad man was ,
-- -- --- ---
I 1 the guest Chicago, Nov. IS.-U."ar AdmiralWinfich BIRMINGHAM.1:
1I.if : Chicago even the school chil sentdowa after: a great straggle.Poloaz'j'd ; .
dren have struck. Down this I Promptly at the designated hour, Scott Sc'aloy ramp to Chicago
way RETAIL CONVENTION TO BE HELD j canduct created great today from Washington, roraa'nfv; (! I
n: 4, l the educational process is sometimes I j with the first strains of the wedding excitement. a few hours and \left for Kansas Ci'!. Stocks of 1 all H.,.: t i

,;:'irks '- reversed.A ON THE 28TH OF NOVEMBER. song, the Rev. Linn R. Walker, officiating ;' ---- --. -- a where he i is to deli'r an address at (I can German Portland''Hattini; ('r 1... '', t. ?"

I minister I A i tarlin: :; Silll't i..e. the annual bannnot' of the Kansas City land Cement KM ,
NEW YORK divine refers to I stepped to the :- \ I
'I Very few could believe in looking Commercial chub! tomorrow ni. ht. Th: 1 Plaster, Ro--mi.i: !. t .
amusement as "food." Living must place appointed, while from the opposite first intimation! (I Norfolk Port-n ,
Jacksonville: Fla., Nov Is.-On account I at .\. T. Hoadlcy, a healthy, robust of his presence her' : .i Iavltnuth. ,
4 must be: cheap in Peiisacola then 1 end of the room entered two was h''n'hcn the rear admiral ,! Jack..i I ,? !
this week.MR. of the fact that the 26th utl'oveutber 1 I blacksmith of Tilden, Ind., that for his ra.pd I Mobile; New 0: ;, ",: '. I ,
/ of the bridesmaids, Miss Alma Williams j to pay respects to General Chaf-
i Ii -- tho date called for the F.e- : ten years he suffered such tortures fee at the litter's hotcr. We also niiik! -'.i\111; :,ij i- .

I I'j= :i BKVAN'S: sorrow over the defeat : of Columbus, Ga.: with :hiss !!I from Rheumatism a;? few could en- j Mills( wli-rivr w '
tl tail Grocers' Convention in Jacksonville I freight tat". s-i-- ', _
: i 1'
M' of Mr. Hill may be profound is day before Thanksgiving, Dickinson, of New Orleans, who i d are and live. But a wonderful Judg Morrow Goes to Washington "Alabama" "- !I' t

jc ;, but it is so Lain that :you cau see were followed at appropriate intervals change followed: his taking Electric San Francisco Nov. IS.-.Judge W. ''IJrand," Pcrtt.i! '.!, t ?. I' "

through it.MAKIE the busiest day of the year with retail Kilters. "Two bottle wholly cured W. :Morr.var! of the United States nr. :i icuit Ilia Hydraulic Nv: .! t.

+. t -- -- grocers, the date has been by Miss Edna Avery w itb Miss me," he writes, "and I have not felta
a o CORRELLI thiuks wealth I Nellie Mallory, Miss Sallie: Wright twinge in over a year." They morp.ins for Wa hngton. D. C. Judio

F t: vulgar. Refinement is well known changed to November 23, two days ; with Miss Challin regulate the Kidneys, purify the Morrow, who in one of the trustees of'' Correspondence: Solicited,
later, the day following Thanksgiving. Mary and the blood and cure Jlheuiuati'tn, Neuralgia
be -
wi to remarkably widespread in the the CarnegIe! institute goes east to i
r' matrons of honor, Mrs. W. S.1' Nervousneimprove digestion I
j laud of the. free. This has been made on the request eyser and give perfect health. Try attend a meeting of the board to !beheld lilf l11uur l' >l .

-- ----- of a number of retail grocers with Mrs. George A. Creary, Mr. them Only 50,) cent at W. A. in the national capital Nov. 2": U avl'IoneV>\ .

AN exchange: predicts a loss ol W. B. Wright with Mrs. I. Aiken, in I D'Alemberte's drug store 121:! ti. Pal l- when tie scope of the !Institute will!! j'tr/i
ate '1 "sympathy" for the laboring classes.A who found it would be impossible to afox street. be deei red upon. lure at Marston ft (>" ,:

X, loss of wages would be considerably attend ou the 2Kth( on account of the order named, followed by the I

l more to.the point. Thankgivingtrude.. Every retail little Misses Dorothy Skinner and Cleaning ladies skirts and waists PIANOS TUNED FOR $1.50. Great Fllrnitllt'l' 1,11' -
r ..
1r # -- (is one of c".r specialties star L8.:1n.Jry. rium.
Rallie Fisher as flower girls and Chas: W. Preesley, an who ;
THE Savannah\ News thinks the grocer in Florida should be preseui. expert --
j Marion Blount as ring bearer These tuned pianos at the World's Fair, ', --
t democratic ;
s party should stltct its The convention will be held in the

T t next president from the South. Board of Trade rooms. Presidtnt J. I little ones looked like bewitchingwood WILL GIVE and in is recently from Fischer's place STEAMER LINE SCHECr..::
Philadelphia. Will give you better j
We have i
enough funerals it
: as is. nymphs in green and white i
A. Van House of the Southern
-- -- work than you ever hal'! done or I{

: + Two Punta Gorda men recently Wholesale Grocers' Association, fairy-like costuaies. The matrons FLAG TO SCHOOLFriday no pay. Leave orders at tin ofiice. j j k'twr..n IVnuacola and :Milt'"i

k. l?I,t r took over -10,000) mullets in one haul. Birmingham, and Organizer Steven of honor and the bridesmaids were I Phone 113. IShlm) |I Hlln'4 daily I- a"apt !9una 1 j

'iii. There are some "Mullets" in Peusa- and -- .\ I.UH-.H.U OPF't.IL
+ of tha National Retail Grocers'As- handsomely harmoniously "CITY OF TAMPA.Mlt ) .
# *} cola, but we never Saw that many in The uw'pr'irnpd will give free
afternoon a
I gowned in and white at 2 o'clock
; green : a
# II4J s.. one hall. sociation, Chicago, will be present tarry- sample of (Mritnberlain1) Stomach '! .v { ,V iug large boquets of white Ihg presentation will take H 1''I""oIR. ,tmi x'i' ,
--- and deliver addre@t's. It will be ; Japanese place at I and Livr Tablets; to any ono wuiti i .
:,3( j THE words ":;elect" and "elect"' chrysanthemums, in green foliage public school No. 1, the beautiful ing a rt-li'ib'e! remedy for diordersof / ; Fani' k.Kim; i I ti ''I i .
of the biggest conventions of the -
one -
the stomach, biliousu"! !
i or constipation
h -.r j ditfer by one letter only and yet I iu Florida, and of carrying out fully the color silken colors being the gift to the 'l 1 hH is a new remedy i

J iTr F d t when it. comes to southern presidential i-I year far-reaching | of the <""' nm m/ilt,, tCheme'l school from the Florida} Society tf I and a t nod on.All drugzi; ; and I JEWELER IN HIS
4 b timber that diiftreuce is all-! results to the grocery trade medicine' d":tlerc.
I _
y sufficient. I :Miss Josephine Chalfin! of Sons of the Anglican Devolution.
s f I TII ho I'uliliu. MEAT .MALT: Has: a marvelous NEW\ STAND
the bride:, was maid of honor and appeared I The presentation speech will be
No "dive": in Pen, acoL can touch I Allow me to say a few words in dif'tetic.tlno.. While refreshing and j
I stately and majestic in a made by Hon. J.C. Avery, presided
I pleasant to take, it helps as-imfia-
to be seen nightly at the Fall prai-e of Chamberlain's Cough Rem I
handsome gown of filmy green chiffon of the society, and the tl 17 will be tion of food. KoM by j I have moved my j<'W"lrv -'
r' Festival. It is all right, and the I edy. 1 had! a very severe cough; and / 120+ South l'a1>tfox. formers.

1a. high "diver" i is oue of the features cold and feared I would get pneu- II. over green taffeta, carrying a accepted in a rasp H1se by Prof. H. DANNHElSrfER BROS. 'i pied by Ua p & C..., and >i.'

c gj C of the J'reatshow. I mouia, !but after takiu,; the second I. I beautiful shower boquet. I 1 K. Graham. Members of the schcol Try Gunther's C: udios at I better prepared than evr :

41 dose of this medicine I felt better, The bride entered the board citizens and Solomon'sKcfrigeratirs : greatbirgainsindiaiimn !-. a
< ONLY three days more of our Fall three bottles, of it cured cold anti room on the officers jewelry, etc. Call ami! -,., .
l Festival. Let them be made the arm of her father and walking down | are invited to witness' the ceremony. !i' let me convince yi.u."
the in chest ( have !
I pains my disappeared a J.: I I. STKI'HK -
i. ,; k; most of, and then all pull together the aisle, formed by the bridesmaids -
S Ft .I entirely. I am most respectfullyyours fie left, which we will sell --
,'i for
a Mardi Gras I
4 as has: never before.been celebration such '! for health, lUi-ra S. MEYERS, I and maids of honor on either LIGHTER TURNED tit cost. Mansion g' (uina. I III
seen Pen- i Foiev's
04 Thirty-seventh St., Wheelit.g''j side: was met by the : Kianev ti-re

r! eacola. --_ ;i i medicine Va. For sale all druggists and I(i groom, accompanied by handsome I I OVER TO-DAY' NEW STORE@NEVICOODS! 1' nukcs hfjczrs and tld-'-. r:/--/.

THAT one trust leads I
to another man: Dr. Maruiadske: Dillon tf Paducah i
is: clearly indicated by the recent c -'. I. NEW EVERYBODY LOOKS
s ACAINFILLlNCi i Ky., under a haudsotas hang ;jWhite's
t consolidation of two of Jacksou- ': I A lighter belonging to the Brent I
v4+, tr + ville's great wholesale lug decoration of two blended hearts, I I FOR THE EKI\
flrnn, Lumber .II
'' : grocery I Company turned over in.i
with a capital of SiOU.uoo:: and thi' 1 i where under this symbolic emblem, : --
+ e IN THE SLIP I the bay this morning It was laden: i I
SI t Hon. C. H. ll.gers as l're ident'l :| the minister, in a voice trembling; Pharmacy. I Here it j,;. Call 't. -
Next with about :30.0CO feet of lumber, all .
; ; i I j i with emotion, repeated the solemn I Creary. They are don,: '
of which '
'- -- was recsverel..bleep '
i tit "PHE undersigned has opened a work that can be turn- .
: "DEArox" WHITE has at lat left Yesterday the railroad; company : ritual which made them huI.lud'and : *
Drug Busine.--! the
Ht.lI haw
prepared to do fen, !
/ :
\ A111 nl P'alllt.s.Breaking' any
,fit rF W i Wall street for the calm bucoliccharm t began to fill iu the narrow lIp wife. building, lOa South I'alaf'x street, They put on India rul.b--r : '
r : i.7 of his retreat the Halifax be'I''I' into a blazing home,
; tween Tarragona and The bride was richly and exquisitely with a full line' of Fresh Drugs, PH- i I best on the market "il "
river in this state. When Jlusiell 1 some firemen lately dragged; the .
funie, Soups and such other H-I they have full linj
via wharve*, and several of costumed in white tallsta with article : a !
ls Sage? retires from "the! street" how : .cars i i sleeping! iuma'es: from death. Fan- I j tires in stock.
as are usually kept in an
? gravel have been |Chantilly lace and Chilian trim- cied and death It's i uptodateDrug I Does .-
ever, it will be t" a much warmer : already dumped security near. Business your buggy: 1/ 1 II >

t clime than Florida. I i j: therein. It was: : st'ited that the flea 1 minis, and looked to be what she is i i.1 that way wnen you neglect coughs I ing? They can uiuk- .: J JI
: ___ respectfully solicit a shire of I Their pricetoo, ,
|I are r< .1
and colds. Don't dij it. D:. Kin 's
THE Jacksonville convention ofj I i intention of the company: i is to lay I typical American qu en. I the public patronage, oromiEintf tolgive 'i' they have ample c; pa Ii"i it <
New for
Di-covery Consumption ,
r14 the retail grocers of the state tracks on the new "made" ground After the ceremony a general reception | entire uti3factii.n, both in I first-cliis carriiir'i: i '
9 nas I I i gives' pi erect protection against: all repairing; t.niiriH--. IJ ,
unavoidably been postponed from i iu order that the congested couditiou was held, and rdreshments'wer" i Throat Chen and Lang Troubles goods and prices.The ; call ou them.

sj the a;tl> to the L'Sth.! If the attendance of informally pased about among I I Prescription Department is in j i !Scales:; : repaire !r.I r.
the it
storage yarJs at Birmingham Keep near, and avoid suffering: ,
; charge of Mr. I HPII/-.KA f '
our Walter H. White !j
; ,
one-half as large: us the object death aud doctor's bill*.
the hundred the Misses'1 j
guests by
u Montgomery and ; lo ha iOi .'
Goulding I I who will :
of the meeting is praiseworthy: t spoonful i stop a late rough, persistI try his utmost to please all 1 Phone 57.
+a 0 f the gathering will be the most successful | will be relieved. !j Katie Smith:; Marie Taylor, Flossie I
m feature of Uala; Week. I LeBaron, Belle Whiticg, titelU l and nice Msting. it'* suarautepj ders. At our dock Ii entirely new !
to W.
satisfy by A. D'Alemberte,121
-- -- .18 DISCHARGING | Avery and Daisy Wright.; .\ general I PalafdX street Price iioc and #l. and fresh, we solicit a trial: order. I FINE STATIONERY.

THE Albany Argus: which recently i Trial bottle free.
t.I' t l'p< threw Mr. Hill overboard as a !i Hood of congratulations overwhelm : -- I, W. H. White & Co. -

confirmed political Jonah, now: !| KAINIT CARGO ed the fortunate groom and countless Hot Holla at 5 P. m., lOc.i C. V. ThntopsonM.: I I. -

Yt t 7 t. ; seems sorry it poke, and has i--1! _______ I I II and sincere i wishes for happiness !I i ;a doz., at Solomon's. I Djy No. 18<). PHONES' :Niirht No. 450 Palafox street has ju-t "j' '
? ;
," sued a circular letter taking it all I were showered on the radiantly: Jfudgins, tHe Z&est far 5 I ,I new supply cf Li',<-i. '111<1 i
ivy back. These little editorial slips The big steamship H-athfield was1 I ( 106 South Palafox S'rret.
are white blue .
I beautiful bride. Papers, an'l :t.&:: '
sometimes distressingand: the otlice docked on the west side of Envelopes to match, Oxfordalo .
como'-I' Two long tables in the parlor were ,
'i. 4 cat should in all such cases be held I mandancia: dock yesterday I I I Foreign Mail Tablet- wr I
loaded with a profusion of rich and .Swansdown
to a strict Flour.
I once began to di-chare her cargo of I I'' velopes to match. Ink, P' "

Doubtful U-a I-;; | 3OLO tons of kaiuit. The cargo is a I| costly presents: with testimonials I I; Penholder} m lI.kLIkFd.. '

Some of our esteemed contempoIlarit's j valuable one, the market price be-I I and expressions of the love and good I etc., always on hand.
From NO I
wishes of the donors. OTHER.
atlect to see serious dan H i ing placed 125X01( The freight ops I : sunny I I Phone:2:11.vA3morLth: .
i i
I Italy, from France, from the !
ahead for the republic in the gradual, not come undf r the head: of dutiable: j gay ;t Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansdown Flour will i i
north. and west and from all partsof i
and inevitable consolidation of the article*, and is from Brazil. i .
I I our beloved Southland: were sent a1: make the best bread that can be produced. : : .
labor interests of the country. I -- I Been the .t-.tB
I! multiplicity of gifts: testifying to toe A
The Times Union and Citizen, for !' f #f;
astauce, m recent editorial gees HeadaclS ''popularity and friendships these ,' GvWE ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH.OcR ? ( _,

2 i 4 so far in its appointed pes-imistic ;, t >ur 'toraarS. constipation young people comuiauJ. : :FRESHLY -
and all ores ills: are cured by : Mr. and Mr?. Feltu-s l left on last PARCHED COFFEEHAS

't ; way as to say: The Hood PHIs i night's train fur an extended trip i NO EQUAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL. All kinds of chairs on'
?r? 1 An Ensli=linian wrote Fall of r
.J n
the north chairs at Mar .
through after which
j they rocking -
the Great Republic! twenty years 11 i The non-irrit.itina, cathartic. Price I I
{ ; ago aud it may well be that the! pUt 11! 25 cents of a'.i! drus!: sr* or by mail of [i i will go to Natchez, Miss., their JAS. McHUGH Prop., New Orleans Grocery. j jThine \I, $ Quina's. Prices an r.'y'

rb x played by a labor leader in 1950is i thy e ) C.L Hood J Cu., Lua veU. Mass. j future home. 105' 8 and 10 AV. Intendencla !;t. j How.O .

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J. P. BARRY Oven Argument. W. C. O'NEAL, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier : '>

k S. J. FOSHEEYIce-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. > ; : -


Its work In the oven Is the strongest argument :

In favor of GOO}) Ll't'&" Baking! Pow OF PENSACOLA, FLA.. II;

JUDGE SWAYNE SENTENCED HIM der. Ttla statement every Uuusokeoper in Designated Depository of the United States. ;r.: ,

I verify for herself. The fact that It makes the }
; Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2:?, 1JO'2! t',
F ? TO FIFTEEN MONTHS IN best tiifaoult vades pies and cake Is why It can I'

I be sold in Train Loads. RESOURCES.! LIABILITIES. ; ; t tI

A FEDERAL PRISON. I Time Loans .. .. ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .. |346.3o49.S Capital Stock ...... .... .. .... .. .. .... .. .. J200.000.00 ; :
Demand Loans. ..... .... .. .. .... ..... .... 11994974 Surplus Fund.. .. .... .. .... .... ...... .. .. 10,000.00Undivided :
'- Overdrafts..... .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... 53874 Profits...... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15.25697 r f.!I j.
I. Richmond, 1'Irglnla.rv U. S. Bonds and Premiums.... ..... ...... 214,2%.b7 Rediscounts .. ... ..:.. .. .... .. .. .... .. 64,071.57Circulation t,
!'L Jos. P. Barry yesterday entered a Blocks, secuTlteetc..... .. .... ...... ...... 2,625.00 i I ..... ...... .. ...... .. .. .... .. .. 125,00000 i j

.s:=- \ ? plea of guilty before the United rvwvvvEWSNOTESJ Furniture and Fixtures. .. ...... .. .. ..... 6,718.43 Deposit ..... ...... ..... .... ... ..... .. .... 4:5,036,05 I I ,
J ) t----. [. R. Stamps.. .. ...... .... .... ... .... .. .... i4.t!:6 ': ,
Mrs.\ Laura L. Barnes, Wash- States court and was sentenced to Cash and Exchange...... .. .... ... .... ..... Ii: ,S05 !)'.' : ,' t>

imprisonment for 15 months in the -- I I I ,
ijrton D. C., Ladies! Auxiliary to $869.304.59 SG9,3C4.53

Burnsufc: Post, No. 4, G. A. R., federal penitentiary at Atlanta.He L This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ; ,

recommends' Lydia E. Pinkbam'sVegetable will probably be let oil with a your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ,< ; .

Compound. fine of $500, it being understood that The Misses Orillia'a dancing class 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ,, ; i I

the court will accept this equivalent will meet tomorrow
i ,'n<*'S that come to*7omen only, : (

,'. the doctor is called in, some- E. Melville of Natchez IT You Iuv Thf the Re, : : I I
rcrai I'nctors, but still matters Miss., in at ;tail Shoe I ,

t, d to worse ; but I have I Barry was taken. to the county jail: is. a guest at the Merchants today.A. PLANT TO THE \EATHER 9ior, Thf) Are Gotul : '
of female weak- 1 I
u a case and locked up to await transportation L. Langellier: the active land :
not when
i nl. F. riiiKliaia's helped\ t>Kc>tal>le to Atlanta.: Adtzen: or more agent, Taft: this evening for Chicago BE ENLARGED TODAYLocal i 1; It 1
I I The Best ShoesH
,,.,_,,,,,111(1 i-u' --who used are faithfully.subject For to will be taken with him. T. J. Johnson: and wife, of New i j i

a :tnf-hr. irn-pular or pain- 7, hen became\ known that Barry York, were among; the early IDrn-l -- i I
.. .II1l.n'o\lsattacks 1 due to -'orf'colst-l'utly cloudy tonightancTburdaylight j t i
? ing arrivals at the Ecambia. AT ;
would bs let oil with a fine, effort IBEEKMAN t ;
nn on the system by I LUMBER COMPANY northerly winds. ,"

:fll\lle. and for women were at ouce commenced to raise it, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. West, of Milton i j I
,., .irs in the correct most trying every the street railway employes' association who have been in attendance at 'i REACHING OUT FOR MORE Temperature i h Last 2' Hours: I ffi1 t II F.I ': H

.ITVCS to the Feltu=;i-Chailia wedding: returned Maximum..... ..._.... 1I,1"lrl'l's n itr:k n i IH I l'l'1
action ofholy. W *
>re a healthy !
being the first to take the home this morning. BUSINESS., Minimum .,....., jU j."rl't:. ,

1, ,1'i i'.1k1ia111'sVcgetab1e muter in hand. Several liberalcontributions _
I Mrs. Jane )Iacgi bon, of New Or- -- Temperature Elsewhere:
household l reliance \
: : Would not be \vithpfrience have already been ac I i I leans, and Mr. Joseph Macgibbon; of The Beekman Lumber Company, Atlanta -._._..Max.. K :'Mia 48 The Right Direction !> I '

< \ ; with this knowledged.Harry's Museoyee, are at the Merchants: today BUm-trek .52 24 ,
j > over'ears, I have ,' which has a well-equipped plant in ('blcaCo: .. ..... .... ...._ ..... ....1-< J; : I
tffense consistfd in a vio- having come over to see the big; Cincinnati: ..........._._.._... 51 is THIS STORE IS I j .
it and aliig.L.uRA THE GUIDE ;
.< .equal show. this city near the L. & N. ehops, OitvpntoaHuron: _... .. .. ... ........... see art :
'- L. htion cf the postal laws by 6tcding', < ........ ... .,. .._........._ u) POST THAT DIRECTS SHOE:
i :"ot., N. E., \Vabh- I will in a short time, it is announced, JxexaourlIe.---- _j/l 54 : i II
? ob,;ceao mutter through; the mails, Frank N. Olsen, of Atlanta, is here hnnns "1.-. ..... ...............5J *
: 00 farfilt if be angiral nQtMti.i ofa I today. Mt. Olsen is representing begin to greatly increase their plant Key Fact .._... .. .. .. flit 78 BUYERS THE RIGHT WAY. j I
itss cannot \ the grand: jury returning an indictmetit )Irmpula. ... .... .V.1 42
i !Jionld 11t' a<-- the Atlanta Constitution; and is here i i in order. to handle the big increasein Mobile ... i.i t" ONLY TRIED AND HONEST 'I ('
I.I..D.V on correspondence: which is I. 1torteotnery ....... ... MI is
,f.: \\iriiii ri.mim1-: m that paper's interest He is at I I business which the company: has I Sew: Orleans...... .... .. 6- 54 VALUE SHOES ARE HERE. '
,'. s, o' licit L fiia i'. not printable. The evidence showpd the Merchants. ; .Nw York...... ... .V4 4* j
\ ,'::I'::I 1111' Compound lately been favored wi'h.Heidquirters I' '' Vi>nnnh ....... 71 54M. : I I i
I > that Barry, signing i letters "Joe," Louis ...... :>4 lu5tarllirtgBut I t I 1\\
: H. A. Duncan of .
r isiWEBBER -
Mint :: peer a a superintendent of this! are r
i c'impaiiy -- -- -
-- :
.: !,. ditresSing iUs ofT wrote :a number of sealed communications I the ScuUl rn.division of the Postal I'I I Shoes fcr f" I
in Kansas: City and th. firm operates : : True j joif 6' Ien. I '
and postal cards to Anuie Telegraph ccrnpxuy's baseness, arrived .j {I ,
I "If
-- knew : :
( mills all over t'.ie: (Chit(. A few I II "nry what a f grand .
Sherman Meridian, Miss. These this morning and i U looking I medicine Dr. Kind's New Life Pills ,) Shoes for Women. I ;
:: Si/lAHT/ SET 1 over the company's, interest here. days\ ago the president of the C 1I1-1 i?," writes D. H. Turner Dempiey- :J .

letters did not bear the Eame names, pany and :\Ir.1:. )[. Hockaday: were ;. town: Pa., ",'ou'd sill all you have Shoes for Bays. I I: ;ItIt.1 1I
but were always in care of Miss Mr. Reginald Hester and Miss I in a day. Two weeks' u>e has made v, !
f". D"cr ether opens I Lillie Wight will be married at Kt.Joseph's at the Merchants hotel and spent a new man of me." Infallible for J 1 1y : .
ilIlJhck"byAnl- Sherman. Such names as Jane stomach liver Shoes for Girls.
constipation: and ;
? I
church at i:30 o'clock, after Thursday of last week at the plant. : H
f''i'f" -, in which the Barry, Mrs Ed. :Storrnaii, Annie trouble 2"s at W. A. D'Aiemberte's .1 : I II
I which the couple will repair to their! last and the 121 S. Palafox t
They departed night drug
store street.
I School
vd the most d UUr White, Annie Sherman and other. new home and enjoy a wedding sup- Shoes and Dress : ;
I of their visit said to be in
'IY tl-; :'-, a story in object was: (
used. r. 1J I
were pi
i" > "r 'u-'tamed from connection with the enlarging of the ATTENTION.CIrp'iy Up. ,a u.: .* ot: .oC .< .< .< %< I' i:
.. 1.without in- The letters related! iu detail certain William Johnson; a telephone 1
any local plant. I/gilt Irfinliy. t ,
.. -. The plot is as alleged acts of the addressee manager from Montgomery, arrivedat I
The Pritvs well the : Right
the Merchants today. He is herein Yesterday an oflleial of the com There will be a sprcial meeting of as as / I
.1i ms anddistinc- the Oscar
; ; bearing ou Wilde type, bhoe. I
said the would tho company Thursday night, :'0\-
'" connection with placing the wires pany enlargement
c' aractcrs: are and threatening to "turn her up" if 20tb, at HGO 1 o'clock, to disco the I I Call aril See for Y ourse\\!. I !
-'iu .ritekith, MI of the local telephone system probably be commenced before the
-he refused to return a diamond. Jack.-ouville trip and arrange for I l l
1 \\ .r\ i d acti i'Jn are end of the present month.
Letters introduced us evidence were Thanksgiving: bjli. All members i
u\ I M r.IT'" lIwrit A. F. West and J. F. West of 15irniingham The business had been favored are requested tt be Boston Shoe Store I

I'u, -t praise: of the most repulsive nature, and I present.
are at the Merchants. with a liberal share of trade and By order ofC.17. L-- 111 !..., nh| Palar" Sr. t j
I t:: v try Tracy Barry acknowledged authorship of I These gentlemen are patentees of a C. ?;. PAKKHII.L. .----. -. --
had almost the
gotten beyond plant'scapacity.
'w yurtte'r
them all. turpentine box equipment, which L. IV Laucf, lit Sjrt.NOTICE. '
tatitn! e sell local To meet this gruwin "NrVIWV
they are endeavoring to to
He was arrested early: in July at I ; 1
i'1 'x' ..J-! I naval stores men. patronage, the company found butway P I
..,i. \\ It' i I i the instance of Postoilice Inspector i .
| Dr. (i. Goldstein, who has been one out of an otherwise tight -- 1I'
u- \ .J. -1'i 1 1 I Fred Peer who H now iu the city at I f .i i iI
1 i I. the cambia: hotel for the pasts place, and that was to make the We desire to notify the public that 1

furnishing evidence. Mr. Peer was mouth: treating all affections of the plant larger. I II the Gulf City Transfer Lo is Mill in !I 1 NICK'S 1l .* : I ,
I business, and 1 there" l ;
detailed on the case by the Cliattauocga l : no truth whatever sif I If
BAD LIVER lL. EO. eyes" announces that Wednesday.Nov. .
di\"i;ion. The mill was lately: acquired Ly : in the report circulated by our i > I
:, v'', I .-of I 2i!! will be positively the last I competitors III'w"'" had tll-(,OUtillul'I. I, ; + .
I"C imiHt ofW |I the Bsekmaa Lumber Company,
,. day hu will remain in this city. 'Ir. J. O. Yuie.-tr.i h ihtcu '11" "
K.I' tJ 1 human: |). dy Loss of appetite is an ailmpnt that I I
.0 i1 -;: w,,c fn I having been built and formerly !1 1I employe aa maunder: :mJ will lien-- ': I II 1I 1\\
'.ri''i: I indicates others, which are worseHood's The Merchants hotel is constantly after personally "up>niiteuJ all j ; ffiL"u rMYT" I
1't.IUIIPU: i ito local rtie8. The I II
operated plant \ .
by i .
: ; 'i-d.v n;,t.n which Sarsaparilla! euros them all.Jfndqin's r undergoing improvements" and if I r : bu-;ine s f Ir this firm. All pi-r-m- .eo'.: i! .,.. .

: '1.1.' HEPAl'K'rilAv I there is anything new in the w:1yof has a I lot of improved machinery hiving: ;: hauling shiialJPH him :'it i! i I
I} G C. 1'. .
die! first once. Co.
'I' Will &i.j ,
i rive you U and is now in good condition. > j
fitting up a firtclais: hostelry Captain 1'honp I :
I-U.'H from it.. -\ 112. J: i 1'. C}+n-s::: I Io
,, ueyou Kryger IO,:PS no time in obtaining I'nliu '
'. to health 'I.
1.- ; !' TO CL'Illl A COM IN O'!: PAY -- -- I f
\0 X iir of l' it. That is why his famous j
eiisuc 'la, B. H. FAIRCHILD Try Gun her's Candies atSolomca's. DAILY r,1EUUS i i il'
'', I Take Laxative Kromo(>umiif Tnblets All j
\ .1 l trouble I :.
i some house always maintains its high | ,
f.r ,!bout a audi CT 3T IX O Xj S T 03 :TtrE IX i rUlglsts; refund the money if it nuts to i iK 6C' I
!I year i plane of opularity among; the criterion -,i cure. t;. W. uruve's sinnaturn is on Inch I ComiiH" all the Up-to I. l' :
!rhl) I..
ji ;good many I & A. '1.
38 EAST ROMAN STREET. I box. ijc. I.I
"!", also physician?' I on the hotel question-the irre- j 1 ---- I I D.Lt., Di-ihes tilt Ai'ir-: : i I II
ir.d! lIaO rtlietontt 1 nroet Work and fit-finishing Furniture n'i pressible traveling men. Kpecril communi "tt; u I 'f't" -f the W. rlJLadies' '
': I L'l'ILO.1e h gill.. I IJ of K-cambiii: Lodj* X... l"j, l' +

unproved me that Ivtiipouuds Specialty. 1! Mother Gra'tIof'N I I'tmilent for ISINDDRF! CASE I II i| lo'\ & A. :M., .at UW 7ii: p. inVednesdiiy. I AfIpd. >

in weightMy ; JPlionoOLOS.. j Children ._ I _
'I is Work iu F.df.'iPt'\ I 1
appetite good
*urce isfull y uiert by :Mother <.rllY, nurse in HEARD TODAY i brettliea "
\tttiug .ire I
taifc I had h1alt: '
y 'th. iuldrt'iiN Home 111 :New York Coretvveri&hnvkH (
II'. :Sold by all drug- R. I K. WHITE, Bad Kiomacb, repining l>is- cordially invitrd.HAKKY. Private
i i,; I nrileri, mcneHnrt recuiAf the liowrU an! W. GIKK I
>7aU'imaker! Jlaiinfacluring Jeweler ,iltroy i Worms. U\fr Slum testimonials .
St-crtt.iry. Parlor.
: Dining
;; Thti ntrrr fml. AtalldruggtstsYkesun The habeas proceedings In ,* i ,
. : it. E \2.; Me. pl'rw k. and (Graduate; Optician, : pie Klth.K. ixddre Allen IS. olmsU'd I... I corpus W. D'C. KEPSLEK.V.! :M. i iI
cloy. \. i ,
the case of Private Grady Sindorf
j the first /or jc. i J South I'tUfox. St., rVimrol, IU I {I II ANCIENT ORDER -- 1 II II
I held this before Court
It KpepH ills Feet WArJ1IU\t' Dry. were morning j 11

; I A-k to- l'hilMain.,!;wollen.tlwt' I HIBERNIANSThe
cures tlnt.liortt. JF t
:+QgtiltleLa'fe0e6e! e e0ee8e eo19elefie4mW6eC0e0l.e o. all __ >
'lchfn> lamp Ifi-t. At druggists and OmeNS were represented: by lion. A. :

j e ; I shoe stores. Joe -- -- :i 10. ISIount, Jr., while Judge Landrum I I II Ancient Order of Hibernians';' hurt Onlfrs. 1'rrtnN7; tFilled. r '

i Hello! Stranger!' oe oo SERIOUS"IIGGIDENT i I appeared for i tiindorf. I II !.I will Joseph's hold hall a regular tomorrow niftiiuz ni nr.1:1 :>A N i:' Night in hay i I +1 1.'

t I I Mr. Colton took the matter under I full attendance is requ"stela.M. t
II .
SS e advisement: and will probably rea- J O'I..F.\P.Y. If i. u(rr.-thni! { (.o-,-i In tutjr > j
i \ n! you'll I' .UJI..t :
THIS Is der a written opinion Friday morn- 1 D. J. HAVES, PipUn.t.Hccrftary. "
0I'. 'I -- -- -
; !I is $
one, bparing upon the military aud Hot Cliosolata with "
AVERTED I, Popular Restaurant. ; "

U3AfSl; I judicial branches, and the argurnents .. Whipped.. Cream, at Solo :.: % I I : i

i F eposHorY.1 Se So -- ,I: will be: carefully- considered. I. mon's.:...-. __ __ i j ji M OJ.,JII !''Pf.HMt c .If I., 'Ii \
NVIi.t nu,ht luve b'.Pn a *t-ri'"us; | Fur OXT fcixty Years. jI j GALA EXCURSION i ; :

: 509-511 South Falafox Street accident wt5 averted this aft.-rn too n I MRS.! WI.NSLOW'S SOOTHING Sr: UUP hat I
1 bwn used for o\>r sixty S'eflraby' mHIlonsol CITY OF
Jon PaKfi: !trett by th" pnenc; cf TAr'PAi ANNUAL BALL
| I Ii I!II mothers for theIr cb'llren while t'-ethlnu I I In
: -rru. LINE sup i mind of .1 byst'iuder. The horse alI I with perl ct saccf. It (,oh..s the ctlld I I
1 01'0 I lottecsthe gnm .alRYs! all rim.curt"* wind The te'1r.1Pr City of Tampa will ,I t'n muli. r .'" \
i I Cached t < a cab containing a gentle- I'I'i ,.
; have "chl excursion
i colic,and U the be.t rem. dy for Dlarrhora ep rat"> from all It! BU'plCtS Of ; 1
i I i c .
s I man aud his wife, together with It will relieve the poor hulA tuiTervr 1m- points bf tween Mtlt',n and Peusaco- t i ,
and Harness. I I during (JalaVe"k. HOPE LODGE NO. ; I
\i BtggiesVagons i| mediately. Sold by Prugsisu la every: pan 257 ,
four children took
o i their fright infl of the world. Twenty-live ants A bottle I Round trip tickf'U from Milton! to !. i
!' i Pensacola, good for the week :Inlhts; ofIXonor. I ;
1 i the momentary absence of the 1 Be sure you ask fur "M rs. Wlnslow' Hootb- Seentyfivfo \- I I

ktt$.aee eeceaseeteteoeesaRS+ eeeee.eeaoeo..e..610 i driver ; and was just starting into a !Ilni Syrup,_end_take_no other_kind. I -cent-:.- --- --- AT \KRIN'.T"N.: KIA., f. .. .
I j
i t IS; "Wi FI.I.OWH : '
: ruai when Reginald Hester, who was !, Try Force at $olomon'rIe I II ". .. t PAL( :.1 I ,' j

standing near by sprang upon thI I. : .I';{\.i Pl.f'{ 1 i I THURSDAY NOV. '
i :1 l' 11 .) lHI I 20, 1902, ; : ;
; HIVDQUAKTIKS roit I I box, and, gathering; up the lines ,.. Af ;'
MA .
soon brought t the animal: to a halt 1 '
t 'SCHOOL BOOKS I .- I tn nit:: !'i Ii'fr-l.m6ut-! be He-IVP.'f. : ,,

i Luck In Thirteen I

i I v\ :.. I HIE I LARnEsrTOCK EVER BROTOHT TO PENS J I By ending 13 rail* Wm. Kpirey I i CLEAUED- I i I .c'I ulpleJ. ADMISSION, MEN, 50 CENTS ; I ; HI.nn i

l I of Walton Furnace. Vt., got a box of !;pans Mona, Mend-zona bv (JUlT an- .. .. .
! COLA AND AT LOW PRICED..GEM j Uucklen's Arnica Salve, that whollyi [ lit ('n for iverpool .ltli !HUtq> Holes TfV ;, J-'Hi' fl.: :'I" '
I ton. ' round bale c-oitcm :;:'I *ks '
i cured a horrible Fever Sore on his 'I COI-I Tickets will'id f
f-r-e! tnn!' 1
i seed mE'sll'I pre ab lo"' ij (lids leaf { pnr-
,: lee. Nothingelsecould. Positively I baccu, \&lul1I ,5i:, Liilit l lol'aolij. tatmii fur :i-r and one l L-.Oy ii "nt :
BOOK STORE.. I cures Brumes, Felous, Ulcers Eruptions I Dutch s, Anistel. 11..., Haneer. hvV.. I. ; & ) r Pen-acoI;:. to W rr"i' ton. .
Boils Burn i 1 \Vlttichro for Ko t-raaui with :.inntfisawn :
I Corns and Piles I ..
timlvr. *1\lH' 17rij; for tcrdiffwitli
A Only! 23c. Guaranteed: by W. A. lad;"" s It tinibr, rata.-d at fl".il": ; : .i
; ': :'f School Sup,lies, Tub'.f: t,=, Pencils, Penholders, Etc. D'. fmbt'rte, druggist, 121 S. Palatx I! Kr sch lro: .*rc, liJ:; Kelly. for Nassau t-y I Thursday, novo 27th, OYSTERS AT NIG APOSTLE'S \4j I.
f, I I mstl>r.wit II li..; *>'j a ft lumber, vaiuec at i'Fine
EE ME AND; ; SAVE MONEY.OHA8. I' street.LUST ___ -_ __ 'ShCn ATARMORY

L() T. s.I LED. HALL. oysters today. Tiy tfAPUSTLE.. 1
It bk EdenburBh.: *>Iarl hamburg Nit .
E. JOHNSON -. White bull terrier doa, weight Nor bit hu.nt JlunoaGuddersen. Yurt Natal 1 1I
35 pound One-bit uead and GOOD MUSIC! .< .e GOOD TIME! -- ------
Jis sorus 1"\1. U'OX I1'l.EEf.! 8U ear black. l.ard for return to fcidaeyHale span n Maria. lm"nlnl', Liverpool Try ana hl rs Candies: at t
Uannbeiiatr bros.: l'.ialw it ss v.batten, saaJeraon: i'ampico THE PUBLIC INVITED. 1 Solomon's.

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Save the Children
'I The Reason Fruit Hu"he. and Vines

I Are Protected loT Thorn. .

| Most think that the stem of ... .. All stomach and bowel troubles
persons in
< '!t'; child or cd!. .
J) !!
The ':'a plant' grows from the roots. On toe ;R due to a single cause-IndigestiontP.! trs

1 ontrary, the ru-.ts, grow fr 'tn the vj, dv

l' rti a em ri Tl ocffcG -!. in. In the ct.e: of a plii.t that: dies r. t. ", .j.
t ; .1.e
il, ti> th.r"ulHl in autumn it is 'It'
\\ n
Mj. !iR. filM QJ1 r .>' l 'h" prevent fever and to cure such ir< ",.! ', .. :"
m food nut the r"ots that bciid up a ue>\' s-ti .u : i. :L 10 to the membranes lining the stuuiaui: 1I

", .Y.--= :'in the M'linjr.; fur a part of tie!, true I r: v-r::> perfect digestion. s ti

u rteni rl>lIli" tinJ, rgrouiul on the root : :
j : ,,
II fl r n n csts
I crown an.! trout it grow up the bud I i /A If'W LDI3
fl9 VJJ
F"OR i bearing: stems ia the !'prin1l1'n l ;: You Eat

in seed' germinates i it sends the liirht .... \ /' Kodol Is the new discovery which cures I\i! : -'.

] loving stttu upward and the dark loving and bowel troubles by removing the -arh
BRAIN and MUSCLE. ; >r'" cau-e 1 : .: ,
root downward. remedy! checks fermentation, eleanse p.r' "
_ sweetens tbes omach. Kodol digests all '
S Saw off p:Irt of a tree trunk and you all of the nourishment of food and give to the i 47
c health and
strength it .
-'I V--- Pure, Palatable, Popular. will find a series of rings from the center Cures Imilgestion' contain
Y Yl Dyspepsia and all\ Stomach Trouble
I 1. to the bark each ring; marking: a "Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure Is just tile thing for dyspepsia and
1 Millions are eating MALTA-VITA of Put these indicate helped me morelhlU1 anythlnaplsQ In a lung standing stomach rrouh rt h ty.
;year growth. rings Oscar h.IDl'ht'rry V"Ut'y, N. Y. CbS or catarrh I/f the sea<:11. _

I also which of the seasons through; Prepared only by f:. C. IWltt Co., Chrll! cold
: o. hy all deMf?.
_ j "THE PERFECT FOOD"The which the tree has lived were dry and OK Haofc en care: The fav''ttie tamed} for cou.-,,;: a-: .:
fIIDIWta l
which had plenty of rain. The rings; ir1ppe, tbrJlt and IUl10l trnuh.ta II.rrq

I Great Dyspepsia Destroyer. ere always of unequal width. The .
John Si!
7-IL ppardHurKs':: Pharmacy Sidney K.i' t II.
1 : .- :I narrow ones represent: dry seasons and

; I I the wide ones!' seasons when the conditions -----.--

t + :,r MALTA-VITA Is the VITAL, the LIFE-GIVING FOOD. | growth were betttr by reason

l the INVIGORATOR OF BRAIN AND BODY. I of plentiful rain.
&* *$ ? '"' ff? R9 ffHVn
I {
r i A j Kxery row has its thorn, and the M'til' NTTr"! ?3f
MALTA-VITA is the and '' i&i IbwS Will' ,
original only perfectly same may be said of such fruits as m '
lt ; *'
1i -' $ cooked, thoroughly!;! melted flaked, and toasted whole! wheat food 1 l.trkbeiries.l raspberries l .tc., only v

j they are nut real thorns, but prickles
and contains more nutrition, more tissue-building qualities, I
:' I wlidl! strip off with the outer bark ,
: z1 more nerve stimulant than is found in any other food. :I! while thorns will not strip off, beinghareenctl

tindi'velojittl branches. Jf\ .>'t> jV.
t i Perfect Health Is Sustained Hut why du Lushes! and cites have '. .: A ? 'P. .-,
wonder it & u&sif&Sza "
at \f
by a Perfect Food.! sY Many people r? iu&0 ta ae *
!! for they i.-e no quo d reason for such a ey

,j tit /. s3e r r | rowtb. But there is a reas-m, as '( 'sx'f0AR1' WOOLFOI.K
: : 1 l MALTA-VITA, "The perfect food,"- eaten for { there is in everything ii nature. The

I! fY y r breakfast and supper Insures rerfect digestion and: renwcs prickles are given to them as a protection ::MtJORTER: AND JOBSER OF

rrf'9 t all cause oi insomnia and (!)Jpersi QO I aromatic T-I ABD \.1\7 r!
} The stems have a pleasant, r ,
iSt bFt' } are due to poor digestion. Perfect health, sound, rest: I taste, and cows and sheep would leI _. Yirl) \" !) ..L ) .

;..; : -- A. :: a r I ful sleep clear complexion, bright eyes, clean, white .'; |f I sure to cat them in winter, when they

i Go r.ra i crave something fresh If it were not Iron, NailsShov.Is. haw: Mill and t t""IJ.t'! ,;
teeth breath the that follow .
; jot:4 sweet are blessings a regular
t, ; I for the prickles Supplies, Cooking! and Heating; irtovep.tji.tViud'iw ( i-?
.?&'< t p I'r diet of MALTA-VITA. \ Glass, (iun-, Pistols and Fishing; Tul.n:
r f I

g11 m p1I !a l "O t t i Beware of imitations. Insist on petting: )IAL T A. A !iub.tllul... Agate; ami Tinware ana Hoiisefuriiishini (6 i >o \.

VITA, "The perfect food. Requires no cooking, Judge-Of course I might; let you off,
Casey if you had an alibi. l'orp.1I1
Yr e,; ,, 4 I61. rA6 LJ fl always ready to eat Relished by old and young, sick Casey Shure, yer honor Oi haven't Revere Giant Stitched Belting:, Northaniptnu Ew.ry: ,

,. r'--- :% :.. or well. wan about me, but here's liP lasth Wheel Co., L'iftin & Rind: Powder Co., Johnson1! 1 Komme d-

9, r- ..- ,r quarter if that'll timpt 'e.-l'bitaJd. Iron King and Buck Stoves and Rang, W 1:1

s et rat .. N-Dr p',. Large package Uc at your grocer's. Ar' phia Bulletin. Coups & Co.'s.: Raw Hide Lace Leather, Ma-wv'-

.. Made Railroad Colors. ; t1 Very Short. Masonic Temple Pcntwln.( Fia

1 ; ? .. +,' :. Ar.n t?+.rdJ MALTA-VITA PURE FOOD CO., t. The Hud-Why does Mr. Spatts wear .
e such short trousers?
Battle Creek, Mich. Toronto, Canada
; t ty Iruthl'r-Ilcause they; fit him. I

asked! him for a small loan, and he
The Star
%1i. (l Jjv t 'bc13LI % I:. said head he ache.was so short Lis corns made his Laundry, ,

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.t 1 The \\..>rst r'ornt. Biggest Busiest Best :
t p li>..
A .. i i.iU :.1.:11 :1'i ..1 1':"ii..' -'. :TO \\'s: -- f'h'pro ". I. .i'i Ii tal"! \i>: Multitudes are E'iD' ?inr the praies

<::i,>" i<:>' !! huli+l.ys ill .tht! : ili.> n. 1..1t'of the sii..t' ioii.r as theft gown mI'i1H d;. t 1."i.: !' I \\''!'n, il. lie of Kodol, the new discovery i which ..sI

f 1 V'i '!., u.illv.iitt': on "lie! jjiun" in (..1J- .- 11: forms one of the most exclusive lenbo v" >-; '' '''. ;.:" :.:\; :'n: lib out no is making =o many sick people well

)pal'1, It!! his uncle he was surprised I triiiiniui' ideas of the H-asou. nio'. '".. i i ,1. i u." 1 lot-v.: and.weak people strong by directing I-t- I They SpeaK!

; i tiiauy Kites dying tJu:-er\"lllt naJiroitli'ied white linen collars with Mrs. Iluu .. i II."C!: Well!:? what they eat, by cleansing and } {

; I ..I'' : i !'iihr: than tin.-! riot. hf uilkd 'I the new el'ai'ccllur! tabs ill front audtnori'tiil Cn-ero :Mdi.e .1'1-.1. I t'! Ull'Iheyo' sweetening the stomach and by

1 '! .- iin-li's I atle.Mion and :i-kitl u ever ) on slightly cimed bands are nii-'ht!:: i-t L.T, yen w :."11:11': I'm

t Vt i i". 1.'U, \ a i kite tiyini 'S high; !hei ; ;';:ain worn with day ciotuiutbTin a drt:;::IIMI'; : ui;' trail:"- fur her dit; uiuru- kind transforming of pure;, rich.their red food hlooj tlat:the I iL4 I for) Ttelvis l ? !U

:, ? : i. 'iiid! ,'\'r I sit ane as high; i best dres
I '!>! > .' Man. Juniuiie, that's unetuing. mud the peau de sole and peau de I. T., writFor: I

: .' I !<' Mt-n s'iiise o' ihtni clean alt .1 ryjine; silks to those who do nut like One Mvf :Man n1ltl''ll. a number of years I was troubled We let tit--! \! in-. ( ,

v' ".. !Ll "-:-l'oUhhwl'rimn.. the solid rather parish luster of satin. "Is your company for Il.tmlet corn- with indigestion; and dyspepsia: I ihd L'li'Ji! we I. tundi.rp.. l ,
I which into f.
grew the wor t rm.
White vehct round hats with black IleteV"es themlves. ,
I Thy will t ilk
I R Ilo.i "-'' 1. I and after U-IIIK four bottles I am entirely I than Wf can. We want t?i h> '
lI.w-I suiiieet that 1'iiisrey; Is I there nniDiiy the soft velvet drarnries nJrlll's.11 I want is a pood. live
cured I heartily recommend p "Tfc'V more by the work WL' J"" t.t :. :.
eA v':! ','UII' .1 Ut-rary uinn. 1 know lie spends I 'ian
ilij j one of the iiew fancies In millinery. young man for the gho t.-Wa811Ing- Kodol to all antlers from indirection ?i
: n.'! .Tc.ittr: ('art of bis time in the ton Star. what we hay.
There are now seven nine and cloven and dy pf'p'i.T. a dup after .
l i I' j'tii'ln1 library :wed skirt iiwleK doMly fittiu:? to the meals. It duetts what you eat.

1; .' IIs-\i;. He tells: me It is FO \:11 with tl1'1' decided Hare: below Taking the world as! a whole l 23; percent Harris Pharmacy! John Shppard.hiduey { 1
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t'j <|11I11't there tie can git a nap almost lull with habit back lastened invisibly! die before they reach the age of I Kahn. ALL WORK C. 0. D. G3C& CSiltH d fir and Du'iMl; fr .G.

m role: without being awakenwLI't.ii I i-eventecn.
at the phuket.'io TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN: ST-
n ; Tranj-enpt CURES
{ t ti wear with afternoon and eveningii.les. Experience worries more men than It WEAK MEN FREE. I

Her UinsmikU.M \' : silks. ea-Jlniiei-es, ore., there are teaches.-CLlcago! News. WALKER INOBAHAM Manager.
Uric! and' ipe itilnrs!! of white mous-
t I. I :'..IiJII-\"UI: In,:--t be awfully rare- l IiisufCi Ii'.te and n Happy llnino &
wi.i'e: '! di suit overla.d everywhere with 1
1 I. .' jiptinipie\ law in a flat design.-New ALL Wno USE ATOMIZERS in \YBEILY CIU-;;L; .; L ,!. I -

*3 i I 1.1\1.-::1 -) up\ \ >.--. I ;tins: it 1' i.i-ini- \ ,.ri; lost treating nasal catarrh will get the aftery.arvdr How any m'n-ti'Trrindtrout nmynuieklv -curt>'x.iHl lum-flf,,'.tk. I FOS STEAM )IVI. I I
1't n>--s, l.r-t vitaluv. n101ht! I e. \"arll..I. I Ii'fid"
d. Ml t I '. i "t'I! ; ,.1! 1'>'<>- best result from uid Cream 1 etc, niul >--nliiri, 'r.i.ill Rink nrxHiin to fUll I I ;;'IticTEf.. tit' i iI HARPER
;J.I<. i '..'t i ..' rI"M"'.. ujivt '. "1. tiieyj 111.. r"'t'" It''''(".. Ihlm. Price including\ sprayingtube M/" arlll \igor. Simplv pod your I
Hurt ad lrH" to Dr. Knapp (.o.DIUI''I )LWACOJlH"A .Y
,"a :" :.i xiiv-i) : i a wrung c'''! HF''I'; .'' time 1 pick up a hairpin ,:;ctil. !Sold by druggists or I Hull lidildMM. Ix:rnit. filch and theywill I I

t. f..1 .1 i li.f. 'M. .1 tl. -ivt I yet a lI>tll'r. 1 ni'\& mailed Ely JJros. Wi Warren gIll Uy '"..d Ir.... re fipt' null fulliliiMCtion fra'as !>BT Hensaooia for tKayou -' j .
Ht. .
; l ..' ,.H ir i 1.i.lil.. so that anv maa nun ea-ilv rur him- Hill Itnyoa, '.Vbrriajtofi, i tr; J ,,: !
Ia c er New York. M Hut home. Tits 1'.-.. unlv" most irneronotlrr ; and I' ort HIorr..ncli5! r.1 I vi
h ,t } 'I': 1'I.i.- i n.' MI 'Imi lIl'J -" ]1'01;>- 1 14'. I 111111. I p!' 'etl up one the other ,Rod tlif I<'lum-ni I "iirHctitukftifrom I WfflKTt1
la .d,11" .i- K"ti> ',, ii.nt-y aliI t I I'r.. It but i tip.Inliil.v millli show what mi-n tliiukcf ergo a.m.arrleatVotPArri.ncae i .1'r' 'I
I.r: ; "Ii put it in 111.pix'ket., Ili.lessrs. their IOwa.m.arAveatFutSarranca.I 1. 4.. !
iifnerosity.lifftr !:
% 'M' ; no or i->. nivi
c Iui
opatf i d u,:'t : "t:1 !leiitr.II4ou "' $rs-l'l.a' accept my Incerethaok9 I Ith'p.m.arrivaatV'rrtRarranoal! 1't'y .i 1
\.r ill-i t..cur.V.. A. D'A'.nu! bottles of your Liquid Cream IJilm: for yours <>( rfi'i'at datf. i hiv IItO p. m. !vent Fort unrrikoots 4-t5 T I :::; < J
a l! r .1216. PaUf-x St.Hie to a customer. Win. Lambertun.: gvPnyour treatment ti'jroiub! test aiultbt .8l5p. m. brrlv a i. Fort ,iarrajicat T.cp ,
ilr I In\ :N.,i.; 'l1 i-t H.y.tfl' fjund it. and : hpnent has hern extraordinary. It has >>:Wip m.arrryeatFort "\ '\ ..i s.j, p 5 I :" ,
x to n_____ Delachaise it., : ewOrl..anhe hn compietelyhrae...t me up i am Just a- Trail: Ie tie Fort tr.rran.1.u )' M. .
1 ; u: It.'i\rl'-l'ukII': :-'l'\\. used the two bottle, giving; him \'h.rou! H- when a My and you cola at tJ
en.. 9 0 "1..o: L'. wonderful and most satisfactory result I noise lion happy 1 am." .. r. / J i1
-- -- "tear sirsour method 'irk..d 7I.* a.m. arrl. h at H-nsaoola "" t. '4 M
'J, .'. ,. a11'rtl <. 1: ..= dJhS: $ .. *. GEn. W. McDi'FI'Pharmacist., w hl'autl.1 'r
Folly's Honey and Tar for coach! fu'lv.'! Results were exactly what 1 11:00 p' arrlveat'taoola.......ii.*' -r : i f
S'I -, /K _; htreneth B.nd"Ijor have rornt>let :/.Oe p, IP. Url'fl e a i J'-T ico'a' ._.. *, ;.. 'rl. ,, ,'. ,
and colds reliab'o tried and tested, .. _
; h.n."o
turr.dun4 tuar'Dt is GOO p m arriv at i p & hjt .,
I<'.{' UU D'Alernberte -- --- factor." 7:0)pzitaravea. l'dn aJ".r. .. .I I -- "' ./ 4) 11, (!
fe and W. A. .
\ sure.
Ob. the Horror of It! "llttar I'ln-YoUr511\'IlS received and SI\IIO-I 'et6 p, Dl.arrlv.. at I' .arai.- I If trtll ,... :\t. .
>i -- 1121 1: 1 1:;. Palafox St Mrs. no tro'i'ite; In ni>tiiii. < u.e of lies ,' '!'atnroays only I .fJ).,It L' ,.,. '
RuMia-IIow's Mrs. Chatter: this -; :; ) ,,
., . direetedend truthfully It Is boon ':_I "....... .
s r : :il I ii'itl fit ti-a,K EJonnndoctor? call say a i yAaEyoaw1SE i>A1 8. I :!;; '-' .- r: '
to week ,
;: men. 1 am .r"Btly improrrd ia
,43 \ 'i. Hii : \. : 'I n'II'I:'t .'..'< saj* Diplomatic."l Doctor Sufferius terribly.Mrs. size.Dtrentith. and \'I..or." I Peatreoia '0 Fort H tI\rrIUIClu and rf-r- -, .., I

:' +a ''i, t i(11'1'i 'I.I'Y T. wLli'hI >o you believe in the equality of the Iubba-Wbut. with only a flat All maI.dinplain.rorr -pomlen'-e..Is aced.v'lit.etnct'v cmiftdf'nt'-. .. Pen.aeolato'iavyYard: sad: rtti.r: :_ t& I Ii

', I, \ .. : ." : -,.:\ ('aa I...I p.i .
... everj moil KiliaVf i:. 'CIUDt'DI:.
1 ::1 i i '1: '. I gds and : "Yes. I da Cut I wouldn't like my Jootur-\"es. but sLe cant Fpeak.
{. WH'l wvti'>r pared ti the c Generations past:
r1 .
!.I..L ; \ t I! lull- wife to know it"-Cleveland Plain Philadelphia Inquirer.nrnomrntatlon.. I I open coaches. I

? 1 1 I'll! St ., .! In i n tiu'n;<. Dealer.! i I II 'EVi' t L bO"$ Leave 1'.uool. Lv Fort Rara .-Ita. Famous now all over

t' ; .i at'' '! ; ,I" 1111:1:: .. W.-U- I i.m. 13 *. ta

I lags ., .. it': .. .. : II *. oi. m n the World.For .
n \ ui ; <1.1" 1.1t'1I The Fnt i il" .
If Ip.Bi.
} "r.pmf'mllf'r, sari the friend, "that Have
r't2 : 1.:11..1: *1\ ". .. : !f'tu.1!! nul .ittr i C.Tsar oared the lean men. I ? 8 p.a. Salt hDannheisser

?(t .: ,,r 'Il"I| ,: u-. \I..t !- ".il> tci tin. ii!i..: I For. of treasons tiny were full; riches hawing" j tp.m p. u. ;
Yes answered Mr. Cumros. "I "' =! ,
Th. \ were darcv' and mean men, i pc
.j 1. lIf.. .1 1 -i, t in an u1:.''ruivMl I t
Which was worse than being dual, am reminded of that f.nthen I am
.. '.: ; n.I ;. The u.'i. '" d\cr I.K> I..J' !.i.! .: But the follow fat (In reason) RheumatismURIGSOLi tp.m ; m. I
; called upon to pay for the plunge! ; on pass roa HUHPAT
k '" 'I'L i .u'<-nrdlil;: to hii.un MUt't will, I. With the emperor stood pat. fenikcoutc ort KtrrnQon -- = ----
For one cannot deal In treason my daughters hats.1Cashington .. ... .... j I. .__. .. Nary
"'ii the pufis of a Ujsin-tte; and L>' .J.: --' .n tard kid retara ___._ ii.T DR. KING'S
,... And be fat. Star. I I I nlaOola H r'amtto is h ccl:
:.p or Lls friends he dips Ins! I the great tested std "'im.___ ._, .___ Hi
: I : il in the dye tub. the Thfre Is death In football DISCOVERYFOR
Duly e.'i \- I foray; Shen. "It.' endorsed California Nt ''.lllht elvad.fttrll6ora, TRY NEW
&a I I' .>: uwll' lje of tin olJ, rug Itner' I "n the gridiron there's a roast; I I Remedy will care I II
'la !, Th re'8 a hero lean and gory. Di;gs-There goes the great Mrs. I Siu. It ilso cures Liver Kidney toil -I Ii
It ? ::1 .' 'iHMiilod Thebtf Iou -,. : THAT COLD.
on. .\ > I \\'ho hall given up the ghost Meekly's husband.P.Iggs diseases l'ftuSI.d by an erase of
+ t fairs on the eds.% "t the And his leanness is uric acid It never fats: and builds up SUBSTITUTE,
; propheticOf Woman TAKE NO
-Why do refer to him in Every
you the health and Ftrergth while u..n'tL' i -N1; 1 .
? 3 1 where the ..f a fate as hard as! that.
once a m. n 'Pull '
year I ? stamp for book of wonderful certificaes. -
I For that manner is latereiu 1. i .w'MftLWhirinq Cures Consumption ( MI ,
1 one cannot be athletic i *
I lce. |1 Viottie. For tale
; per ,,
>t gather to liable at J" .
P +z ] And be fat Diggs: -DtH-ause In the rei'etit merger by lrairjrt If your <1ru IrIFt ran rasa : ,11 ,
.. ,' .. ; Cold Bronchitis A f., .i
weMirn buyers push into I he lost his iJt'ntity.-4."hklo>!. supply you it will t* sent prepaid cpon t Spra. ,
oi tTriL; I' : i Stud the O.iueaisus to starch oat |, Though the fates have handicapped him, receipt o( pr.ce. AdlreseUrlcsoi v 1Lr/.pew" .,.ot 1g4.l.rly' I :,",. ,_It'rf I PneumoniaIIayFev.-r.l .
Ptlll the fat man rur.g 1f8: race i i ,.. .
tt, \\I'.IH'S in the homes of the ; \.1l
\\1:11' amt ors cruel death has trappeJ him itrgrrl9 ttip llor c. ( Chemical!; Co., los AngelesCalr! '+, lttkurJn +.4r I ri:;y, Laijrippe, Hoar-, :!u"K .
; f, !'nit the venture is ih\.ij .itti-mixl! You will find hart won a place: "Why so downcast tLey asked. or the I Lk, raao...,..1..aria.xl I
s, -. \ ,me canter from n.ii\e hu.tI-: 1! And hs! run will be roc'i'.ted ',. .r."C 8f'Plly It. Sore Throat, Croup w >
4 j I Inn life that calm 11:0111tat, I "Tlmx-'s tiu 51\JW to be a hero three L N? BrnnSii & Cr BED Grlean LaDistributing 1 U1t..... 1Ie''I.II1.: .
.,t t \ it is said that t'ao .ii.n.iN: it oniiloutain days" answered the ambitious youth. : l aG-rraawrduanpfnrn. 'Vhoopi1 Cou h.
Per etc cannot crow excited l.utraiM ;,Hk_J.J It HVfi ... 'r
tl. :rIt.'r r<>in, :uu-v> than I .: (Kin.,'alanand; rtir .' /
Ana t fat. \\ hat chance Is there to stop a runaway Agenti. t nu tot..aauI.wiaaea NO CURE. NO PAY.
\\.,r.- Ser \\"o\\'n around. h's IIf \\ .ir. -I'ltUburs D.patch.: I autumuli1eT-Tol ; Mtxt..LtO.. Pric FP.EE.
Room 8c: Times Bldg. New York. 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES
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: 1 i.1'i Is but a grateful sort of kiss.

_ Ic :. tlic Mistakes are impossible when biscuits are

r I made from the magical

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fix Palo Prestos \

g Jjt t ELy i ;+II

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: 4 --. pi,i: ( Better
,. than flOUr) Too much leavening the honseleeper's error ; what a waste!

tj-vCJ,lf The H-0 {x.msy oa mw 1} Company to prevents that it is exactly leaverel already tin 11

fat Quality that makes U cheap.

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Her Feminine >ell hbon Did Not ; ;
Sores I Care, let They Talked. Inspector of DUhcloth W'W'r ;
In this age of inspectors, health officers t' .
"Did you know that Mrs. Dresser had and various Ii ;.. ,-
: other officers it may "
another new gown?" asked Mrs. Know- '
,I seem presumptuous to suggest; ; that we .j' .
all of Mrs. Eager. I *%
'I need a new one. '
A Constant Drain "You don't mean itf! ,: 1"I i
Did you ever look for your dishcloth
eating Ulcers Upon the System I "Indeed she has, and It never cost a j'J'\ -
on a hot summer; day and find it a
less than $13; and It wouldn't .
penny .
.. ;
I I sour, ill smelling lump? Perhaps you ", ., 'I .j' '
I( t.Ulfll'l"e me a bit to know that it cost; have !
d reefer( of worry, anxiety and endless trouble to those who are afflicted $:-.0:" not but there are dozens of people i I for Infants and Children. i Lt.;
a who have.
A; I have compared notes with I
o, t' ea. particularly: so when located upon the lower extremities where i 'Well, upon my soul: Of course it's ; .
thorn and this !Is for '
f -Uation is weak and sluggish. A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the nothing to me how many new gowns my reason suzgestins The Bind You Hate Always Bought has borne tho !signature ; '

t. :: a frightful sight, and as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the Mrs. Dressir has, but I do hate to seea to house; an inspector to :?o from house ] of CJias. H. Fletcher, and hH been made under his.
u seeing; to it that this imjtor-
.-ae Kneatli and the sore continues to spread, one can almost see the flesh woman given over so completely to taut article! is not neglected. personal 'supervision for over 30 }.ars. Allow no ono I ,

:.:. :t.a?away and fed the strength going out with the sickening discharges i dress." I think one reason for carelessness is to leeeivo you iu this. Counterfeits, Imitations: and ; 11

t,''tat riming sores and deep offensive ulcers often develop from always, "So do I. Of course I don't care how (he fait that we u>e "any old thln<;" "Ju't-a+-good" are but ]]eriiuents;, and endanger:; tho :.
'A"dlkn gland bruise or pimple and are a threatening danger I dresses bhe has :
As it's
< many
j you say I for a d! hcloth, thinking; that it can Le health cf Children-Experience against Experiment. 1
,_ ;U,: while all such sores are not cancerous, a great many are, and this nothing to me I don't have them to pay burned when soiled. A

: 1 inute you suspicious: all chronic slow-healing ulcers and sores, par- for. The wonder to me Is how Mr.Inosser way to up avoid this badly is to have squares; good The Kind You Have'\Always.Bought E r f' ; F

;I :.I:; if cancer runs in your family. Face sores are common and cause the ever pays for them. You know of coarsely woven to"olinneatly .

?.Tt annoyance because they are i that it hasn't been six weeks since she > Bears the Signature of !
Valdosta, Ga., September, 1900. hemmed, then have It understood that I
;Yp.; ,ant and unsightly and de- | came out In that elegant silk crepon .
Swift Bpeclflo Co., Atlanta, Ga. these are to bo washed and waMcd ,
,",. t I r sa one's appearance. Dear Sirs-Something like a rising that, to my certain knowledge, cost her carefully after each dishwashing and 0

';. : .li:; aged and old people and came on my Instep, very small at $49. But, then, I don't care:" hung where they will! dry sweet; and !I' .,

t' .' w''nse: blood is contaminated first, not at all painful, but as It "Nor I. She can come out in a new clean. Crumpled will clean ;
newspaper I
:t ':!L-d with the germs and poison grew larger and began to pain me I dress every week as fur as I'm con- your stove and the bottom of vessels I ,, ,I I
previous sickness, consulted a doctor, but in spite of cerned. You know s I II
,I': r inn: or some that It was just when they are blacked, 1 t-o the cloths: 1 I
.' -Iace use: of mercury, are the all he could do the sore got worse after ChrUtmas: that she had that expensive '
t from chronic and and began to discharge; then other need never get: beyond redemption until In Use For Over 30 Years. '
sores Dresden china silk with all
: L.r' sores came until the whole top of completely worn out. +-t rr"TOU" co. .".. "r .e.... ..R.. .rWO.R C',....
.,-, \Vh I : the blood remains in that costly lace on it. Hut, dear me, I .. .. "
If this t'.ieoldor
my foot was one large mass of sores warning; poems useless to n .i: :1.:! .J' t

t:.1.l.dt.I! polluted condition and I oould not walk. Then my bus dou't are:" housekeepers, please think tint it __ .. .J
.. : imply: impossible and the band, who had been cured of Scro,- "('ure'' Vk'hy, I wouldn't care If she was lli :lilt for those who have not yet ,

'. U mtinue to grow and spread ula by the use of S. S. S., said he wore real Lyonsilet every day of had the time to acquire the knoxvleiln :

d f w u-hus and salves or any believed it would cure me. I began l her hfe.; And that reminds me that that you: haw gained by jour:! bug F W W. B. WRIGHT>> COmPANY, i :
surface treatment for taking it and eight bottles cured
1 IIr cape she came out in Is real Lyons lelxet. years of c-pt'rlcllcl'-Lulu Linton in .
: 1 it the outward sign i of me; my foot healed up nicely. I be I just tool, the trouble} to find l.:1Jies'r. \l. 11"" I!
lieva I would have a f.uaa'Ac.rrMh-:> AND ptALEKs IN 1 I
i : It'mal disorder, a bad been a cripple: i out--not that I carol whether! it was .1 I .. 1 I
for life but for S. S. S. \ 1
tl.t blood and sy.ctcm, i 1. .us Velvet or cotton velveteen, but, Culinn Cliicken. .
MRS. C. H. KINO. >
1 r' lies! cannot ('ur ','tlien-niul you reniemlMT that elegant Cut up cliii'ken as for a fricassee. I 1--- : ., I

:. ...; these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to the silk she wore ia the winter?" Dry each piece and dip in beaten egg; ;

t'' ti JULIe and counteracts and removes from the blood all the "I g-u; :n.s I do! The jet on that dress and roll in cracker dust, season wide) 1iuJ. SAWED I GYm $ 8flINmS..tt3.Dmd! lhl! '

1' : ">isor.s, and gradually builds up the entire system and x\.i- ." 1.'id a yard. I kilt" '" for 1 saw a pepper and salt and fry each pine : IJ> a 1'i

i ..:la.'. :.,h circulation, and when the blood has been purified !pi.,.L- just, like it at BrnwlIIlth'! s.: very I'niv. in half butter uJ h.Mf .-.- '_ FL. It
PCti:4 .oLA.
-..... and the system purged of all morbid, '"w,! I pnrod it just to frid out. Of IlmlJflI1 brownpd add cup of hot -ff- t !i; ,

; :'. unhealthy matter the healing process i.-r-e it vats notipiito! m s and} I water.\ and simmer half an hour. i i iI I'i

(t..'. begins i and the eating ulcer or chronic .!lui-i't!: rally!! tare how murk she pjid Then take out chicken and put on COAL AND WOt1 : \

\ t:,, sore 's soon entirely' gone. I !fur it. I I'uln't have it to | .iy for. I plate in xxanuh'g oxen. have allr a i

'1."t t. S. S. S. contains no mineral or poison. i ,.mills wonder h..\\' she an ply for it." Lowl of rice cooked in the following I

r sI ; !. Ii ous drugs of any description, but is guarantttj !' ".'<> do 1. 11" ; nr.thmj to me. but Ihatq.'u manner: One cupful of rice warped i in I WE EXmji1 TO (; 'l'LY.\ : :I.I.\ T/JEIi TRAPF 1: ; r ;

'M,7: a purely vegetable remedy, a : to kM..v: that br last bonnet several waters, the more the lJl't'r.; '. :
.' : t 'nc: combinol and a safe and permanent cure for chronic -o,.t ?n K""No : Then well! washed, pour over it two, II t ; I :

It \ <>u hive a slow-healing of any kind, large or I !" quarts cf hissing! hot \tt'r, add a teas I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCZti. I I'I

''it u. an,1, our physicians will advise you without charge. "It did:" hi>oir.fal of pure swe>'t I.trd and two ii I ;

..:;J Skin Diseases free. "My sJuI:" teaspc&nfn's! of salt. Let it boil rapidly H j '
Olson .V: Cab
Thompson (
THE win SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, G A. ,>id you ever: for lif.'een: minutes or until tender; .
"'\'dl-it.s nothing to ice!" wILe ruse t-Kes a fern minutes longer. ,.

.. --. "No. nor to me." Stir but once, and when perfectly; tender Manresa Street, Telephone 147. I
: = = = 1
-- -
"I don't tarc. dm in at once through a coarse

"Nor I."-Detroit Tree I'ress.! sieve put Into the frying pan which! SSTABLISKIID: 1863. i J# i

... =t......,'="=... ...-:-':'.. ,... the liquid chicken has simmered in, -- 1,1

r'r. : t; FoIey's Honey and Tar always add two tomatois (ctmneil or fresh) McKENZIB OEETING & CO ; :

stops the cough and heals tl'elun'l_ chopped flue and a chili pepper! also; ,

T'." E NTY WORDS ;iilFO Ketu- !substitutes.V.. A. D'Alembarte chopped tin'- Toss all together: lightly a ULZa HI 0 i : ; I

k t; 121 ri. ildfox Ht.Ilotr \ wita a f& Lit. Pile in the center of plat
I Ieo
...' ter and lay around it the pieceof Ship Chandler and General I1rdware.
i -- --= Not to Gr'Mom.. : fried chl<'kPII. Garnish with parsley. .
t l :1'
i'I I! The S;>.iu.-h wit and philosopher Mural New Yorker.IilmU..tbun. :} .:;I) 605 S. P\L-\FOi S-TIliKT. !

I Qlh'\" '.!o. who iu his time game) areputation : f I IAQENOY.

\ TWENTY CENTS. (iW;] I fir knowing; everything, ( l.ami" ,'
..... : was asked if he knew cf a means: LamIt are generally supposed to '
.xheit'by a person could avoid prowinc; spell danger ant as we are not all able

I old. "Ji!
"Jilt I\: =tt.d ill the n.\IIy SEWS One Cent a I know of certain rules which will sure-; in our rooms: here are a few hints COVVASS S, LOOM rac : ;

,1".11I b.u brwmnderfal! : I result i' 110 ] i, !y !prevent your growing" old. which insure safety in the use of C. MjKeuzie Gerticg Collecting Agent; for Har Pilots' Benevolent Aasociation. f :
"What ore they? cheaper lamps: I
:1inm: : in t\f" .tate for rraliz\lI;: a want H "K-
.:' C..lUlhll". the wit in winter. That is one rule. lamp can bo boxlike. In shape the exact RCTION. .

i Never !give i yourself! rest. That is:; an- THE GARDEN ; 1 ,

other. Fret at that
everything hapI"cni. -
J r
:: : .y'R YOU A WANT ? ; I That Is another. And then if r o-OZ'-o

I you take care always to eat meat cold

I and drink plenty! l.tIId. water when IPensacola, 1F1 oricia :i !! Jt j i

A. \\' : I i Notoriety 11'antr'd. I you are hot you may be perfectly sure; -______ I I

iJ ', "- ',' 'd. I OpinktuVantrd.. that yoi:.will \It'wr1"0"" old!:" Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus."i"J j '

G \\11 Partner1Vanted.C. A Hare Chanrc.Wanted ; ; : I

\ W., : Quiltera 1Vanted.C at Once.-.\ competent surgeon A cSc.G.!;. A Wall Beautiful Lots for Sale. { .J I j I

I li ,. : d. R'oInVanted.. to set' limbs of seven citizens the

F ,' :r.. 'u 'd. Ser'antaVanted.. said limbs having been dislocated byJohnson's LclmhoJJer Lam jho/Jer. 40x137: feet at from $75 to $200 each, accordlag I t tI '
mule. We do not know what i
3 W. I. .
r :' Team'anted. to location and i
tie sustained the which is Inn I surroundings. i
;-: Wa.1.' UtliouneuVanted.. Injuries eighth wan as of lamp. slipped f I f ,.
he went through a shingle roof andhasn't hole through the top cut the size cf j ;' i
I \V Wanted.J. Good Beautiful i
r ted. Vehicles Exceptionally Neighborhood, View i ,
corae down yet In another column its greatest width. This! stand can !*' ,
\\lIIted. \sires \Vauted.. t' Jo'mson! ndu-rtivcs his mule for stained or docorated as desired; and it High, Dry Fertile L'inds. I j 1'1 I II

K !.It'd. XpfrlE-uce \\ :lutpd. ..... j b.ile.-Atlanta Constitution.An wished the sides can Le arched cr cut

L' t', (.ted. You're wanted to have (1 t ,) I iutfretxxoik.. The grandest opportunity for investment ever .! fi :

I r.. 'v.&ittrd. Ze..1 enough to lhct> ap ; I .\liii hUe JoIvP.Mrs. An easily taade stand for a passage I offered Pensacola. r I II
[ lrf"Jru-You say she's l>eent lamp has a straight wooden back and

f ; li E; I married three times within a year. slanting; hides. It hangs: from copjnrrings ; i I
Home Seekers Should See These Lots
!Ma's she inherit that trait? fixed in the back! or has plain

; l:; ,1' ; i | SECiL! RUES BY Tfl! fij) I j .Mrs. Wlhash-Uh.! je! Her father holes Lured. In this bland the lamp I

tn I'i 1ltl E nntllUtJQ; was matrlfd four times and her mothersix. also fits bole [in the I UittoinRy .
I : through a "V. Clubbe I.I I. I'
ff 1.! I i IIU. t (U \ WEEK 03 MONTH .. I behuvf.-Yo!ji:<"7 St.'iosiimi.V. I using these eas'ly! made stands all I.-A.. \ '

r'r r | danger of upsottur. the lamp is donei

;\ -- -- ..". .: : -- '.-- !'-",', 1 \ A. Herren of _Finch. ". n. _Ark._" _.., i away; with and a lamp that has lust I Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. 1" : '
write-", "I wish to report that Folev'sKiduev Its pristine freshness, FO to speak I ,

Cure has cured u terrihloi gains a new lease of good looks when M.C. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKH W, K. tiYlm, JR., J. M. KKLB .
'.11" .1 'l'() 1..1.NU. I JIAIllHTKS. GO' ) U..... of) kidney and bladder trouble < I
i Vioe-rr sid at. Cfc-iiier
in stand which Le President.
) ASS t Cashier
. .. .. ___ .n.__ _u_____._._.__ ___, __ 1 two doctors hid !given: up." \V. I'I j and placed artistically a decorated.Kalnie can prettily < I I II 3

!Ilan improved nal es- I 8AKAH' KK1K5.K- Manufftc'nr :, A. D'Alemberte 1_1 S. PaLifox rt.I i I tT I I
M\1 nail: amouiitsat luw LM sad clfnlrr la Kalr l.oo.ta. II tit.. 'i'oli1Vrtlrlm 1 ,
... II Lr-IIe K. LnwH, ,. Hair Oilfto..8iii. (,oT..rnrn..t.t \ T :: ( TiKt the I'l.tnrl'. I First ]i I\I.atiorta1 i $ Bank
Foley's Honey and 81' .
jS. falaioz: bt., HsUSmlni' Street The fancy for fabric wall coerinirsuli'ih I ( ,
: Vii OII/'JI", i IM-OJ.IC of wealth are indulging: i : .. : :
OVA.'t'El). I --- I in ta considerable extent makes it a I

11 1, \ \R-nay\10 ion kiniiUut need you movers Want -"-'. _.- I, I d:3icuit I: matter to hang j-ktures without I ar BEixCG/T.A: =:/ FLA.I f

t..r1laod lowest rates injuring the costly sub&taute! for t tI
e ontmpI ) 'tldmtyrral ANTK'i .\H felns o' IV fOr : i
M \\f ccp'y I J.l"ri.DC.l"O: Y.u
will! A natron who h.isi
.' herh1)Ji Mouth 1'al.vlutf l bijttlri-. IS.A.P'arrDwe" ncTii l'Ilwr ywing '
i ritvntiy taken possession of a newI 'W H. KNO\Vt.d.. A. BLOtj!:".T. If'. -\ LF'iK; I. N. '<. "YFH .il ,

IolJ-OrI/Rtllzt'r. : aepny "I'k. :10' rid I house, tS-! room walls of which are i D. G. En,;;N'Tig : ; l
i lo UOKKOW MO:\EY '\T citli-ut.doaibaLilol'1 ""I'lnta' -'t I..p fabric coxeii-d. ,,<.lvi-d the picture question J -

t :-i..!vourpropelty.prc-nuy or aril real **- j I TE1tN1WasbmgtonD Irmw.l cununcts.1M C. ,"":..-o..FH.-.eUI I in a satisfactory manner Flee I J ft J 0 (

I i \.4 lliot..ur iuy dates description. Watson attended,.\bnvi.; Co.lo, :I t / I transformed, cure gallerj.a large The siiirc| i !i-tures hall' into were uIl'i i l t ad\ M Z Ms l U l J : : .' ;. _

!-I'.aoct' agents Pensmutarate.1orvrryoce- \\ '.VMht>-)l..n to learn liailiei tradt ... I bona: closely together, and us theyioiuprise I ., ;
I \t li"' 'I'! su\ni'C-nii l>\' aluimiit: iot I
well selected eiection! the "
I a
'1 LS "',- will tend money pnac IC..' 'IU:1II1I1..II"'I\ if liulu.i.'. o ::Y-We draw oar ova Rills of Exclange on Greet Britain, Irt.jl'.l.d I
s ,
"t a !lou.". ad-tl I ante"ii t' uiptAiu a't.l.vOui- l'al.\lo _:t I.'n'! is n'r intl'restitT111 at- <
._--- -- a j fr-e... IA mo tV\18Y.. MuK-r bas t,,'r Lul. 1:1 o trw'the place, especially at night, when! Germany, France. Anetrli, Italy, Holland, t ;am, Uolnm) lusefa, r: CI .
\\ (Jr8Ii': La. ( )..' ; softly shaded incandescent bulbs furs i way, t.J-tre1en, Dacnark and other Etimre&n! couct'ita. '. ,

-- --.1'I. \lAM'FI>-A RiM-d man to no: to south 'tielrar'j + i 1"i- h the Hixuuatoa.! I trVsisGlf' DI"bnrsed-':,,0-1 ho M 11" 'p-Y.ruble T rnn, and theft .1 I
I ulor ,'" ': \ \ Afn a to rut a saw bench end who i-
; Obligations! !! Taken Paya.blo At Port cf )egsn'a .u Ten or Jifteec '. :
'ui collar "xtaiiaee" Hlilf to look alti r a iiu>ul'irr and to tiki' Jj,3 ;
.<.Ia. his ki. and I'.W. ImKutioii Slalitpil Glass.Imitation Arrives t'-Jre i .
oJ ii t.henled! \ | rnreof :xee saws. Alply I j I after Vessel
paid far inf.Miiiu- Ilvgrtman,9Ltr; -rn t-uiluHlK- UPtl stained glass, whi-h; max I.1'a8nfdty

r. mvrry. lnlw"l--rker It Looks -c 1-e turned to gourd account for dower 01 JDeposlt BofcRe:1t la GozmeaUoa l I I

',\ r);(I-1-I K 'ntl> ion to Join the lan'scaiif tablets to be hung I'eforetvindotv's with vrhloh vrti have u Prima Asftrtment! for Ut8 Usa t '
_. .'II ,.u -t.!I4tI. i \\ iVUkhC la rr..,t-io,: riut, "' i-2 South to add in addition to ally.," attraction .
of 'anntArrl.
l'..lafvn Clothes elt u..d and presctl.callid Up to With Delight. ,
1 I ruler ai
of the
I for and Jrlixt-reu lur Jl PIT m.ntti., | design vnuetlto
I\ 'IIS I VI'||t Mil. WlM t,, ', i'ulm a room may be executed bimtr .i

: .,"-',.h Vi. "ripUl. street m9' .Oi-t.tI I'I That's Gas Illumination as I it::; the rills with a thin film >>( ?ur,|>entire r WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE 'j"i "
II ,
FUn A.Ll::. we provide it for the hcme, properly : and paintia! on this! in \im,! a il I

ors somewhat thin. The glass ito (I.ep'aced wore (In-da Pea nor rya""-. i ;
\1.1OH: KIAi. -- ewed through non-loakiuj; pipes, '. II. ......,.., .
I J ? 110./1 'Su. :I' III ,
e.F' U. ;.ETTU\I!
for few
in a warm dry place a t .
andwh.4' "tL .
BARGAIN can be bud in one ot the .t.. .
I a. .Ad I
r ': '-.NT-\ country home 1.\ tlne>t re-idenct> and mo-t desirablesrctUmxof I fitting; and fixture, from the plainest days. The design may le plated beneath".'..... .I..r.. ., '", I .,u. '
oltnt 'uhJect to .. ;.
Itc"r. .. ..
i nay, one mU..lrulll carKimrs' single jet article to the most the glass or outlined on its face PUtt .r'..: t ; ....
lea'-eat fair retinueiur tbreorars. I. '.' I'
anted I or r' l' r ,
. propTtxon of house cau be seen at my office. A.1.elubbs by means of transfer: pajier und a ..t. ,..," 'W.:1': ." : .
Tlan 1
v plenty of rl-li art uo\'w ornate chandelier.Oasli .,.. ...... ,,,... :.11.." .r.. : ; '... to. '
particulars errsea. I fracer. ) G; .,. ", 0' h ,. 'I IJ'
( t dr rw > t s1C I
Slolmnt. .. "..., .., ".ut. .. ..... '
is still the J.
btinst recognizedsafest
-- II.. ." .... ,. .., .. '
\ .y : i
Wit i is brushwood. Judgment is tim ... ... "
\Lt-TJ": most desirable Iota ta rr a LU I'b .t J :,
I ..... Riflery .
illuminant: and the wan ,.
l'OR pas: wefurnish I' '''' r' "
tie Klsberbeute the
'I. n(- elon easy terras by ber. The Ert mikes brightest .. 1' .
seal Agency, AU'i: booth Yaafosttr I F. ". \T 110 .iu" ''1. In..J"! ... &
ranks with the best. other the mostlasting rPr rr.'sire. : \ .
--- ,et. atm ; : : 1 flames but the gives t .n, 'r, .r' L '. ".e I... ." 1.. .".. '.'., 1 I. 't I.
I ,., ,. ,_ .
I heat I. : .1
.r rent ords.ncr*,ftc hive the of call ; .. I
\ -- ---- May we pleasure a t. ... ::..r'I
Mumtr. Tho Johr.isolm I '. .1.. ...'":.." .. .-. ; ft"'
I Hoarding l1)OUD1MT -.'. : from you. ,.. ,'.0. .. .r. : : I,(.: ,, :7\ '," (
---- --- fj
,. .. < .1. )
: .g or. '' ,.,. . : ,r : :
, \'uutt.d. UOl'SKat Wheeler Springs. : In .
, \ w..w..w.- 1) Mary E-tber. H a. Mrs. Condon proprietress. Pen acola Gas Co. I. ,, rrt I -.."-" -, ...- lu1'I.1';G' : j. 110." .

\ '. All the conjtort of borne at rtis sisniture h oa every NIX of the I"t1clne SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts.
>out. Uy* r of are 84 very reasonable rate*, \ortbera tourIst; SALVONA : ST. LO! tS, MOTHE ,
t. .'"i sm the plumilngo will nod i hi* an Ideal place to spend a gars \ laxative! Bromo=QunineTabiet, I' !7
booth t'alalox St. non of the sensor. Ii'nlm 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Penuccla, Its the remedy that cores a cold ia one dsj. -



r*'\ .:* :;/**.".vjff,*o-:-,?,s-, ", -:r..,. < .,. ''f' ','- ..,.{'> '.-">-' ',-''to''i-<:::.;,..<-.''-'"' .. ;:>'<;." ;i: -:',:!: ; : W ". ,'-:.... .-!' <." -::/ :",, .' -;;: -l-" ''''' r.---;.',:''> .... '_...:<: ., .U' .''.. ',' -,'-. r .



val company now showing here, as FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLYGreat -

-J : SECOND SUCCESSFUL DAYJFJHE seen by its contemporaries:

"The orator for the Ringling circus

varied his speech last night by announcing Attractions !

the next great event in
d Beaumont, the Eagles' carnival,

which will take place next month. '

-- The announcement included auen1dorsement i

Estimated That Eight Thousand People Paned Through tha GatesYesterdayOhildren's Carnival Company of the Gajkill-Mundy and brought 'i I THE GREATEST OF THESE IS THEt

forth a round of applause from the
In Afternoon Largely
Day audience. The orator pronouncedthe FEAST OF BARGAINSVE ARE OFFERING.

Attended--Several New Features Added. coming event one of the greatestof

i the year and said that the peopleof $3.50 Ladies' Patent Leather: Kid Bhoes..... .... ...... . .$3 00

LLt h. the city would be very greatly $2.50 Ladies' Lace and Button Bhoes.................. .. ,$2.00

pleased with the list of attractionsthat
4 have been secured." $1.75 Ladies' Button, Extension Hole................. ...... $1,40

AN PAST WAY $2.50 Ladies' 4.strap' Patent Leather: Sandals............ .. .$2.00

$3 00 Men's Vici Kid Bluchers, Goodyear Welt...... ... $250
To Keep Well.

LV74J It is easy to keep well if we would $3.00 Men's Box Calf, Kid Lined, Goodyear Welt...... .. .$2.50
-c only observe each day a few simple :

1 rules of health. i $2.50 [en'g Box Calf, Cap Toe, Lice... .... ...... ...... . $2.00
The all important thing i* to keep

I thestomach right and to do this it is : $2.50 Men's Vici Kid, Plata & Cap Toes, Lace, Cong., KmS. : i 00

J 44. i not necessary te diet or to follow a''I
: I r n / These Prices are Only Good During tt
-1 .3y I set rule or bill of fare. Such pampering ::

_ I V J i \ ,1 fN I ; simply mikes a capricious: Week of Fall Festival.
p 7 f appetite and a feeling; that certain

t 1 \ favorite articles of food must be ...,.... -
rw N I t / ,j avoided. i i

Prof. Wiechold gives pretty good
advice on this suhjecthe says "I ,

W years old and have never had a
"serious' illness and at the same time : Feet FumMiprs" for 'a..11 Only.

5t my life his: been largely an indoor

'iLe, but I early di-covered that the 102 SOUTH PAL.: FOX 3TREE'.

way to keep a healthy stomach, not

by eating; bran crackers or dietingof -- -- --

any sort; on the contrary I always 41fl 1,3/01,616, GOCft900AA4i a Oi0 i1Ql .C041Os00Shr /
.. :
-- -
eat what my appetite craves, but e ) ti ,.
rz s, << vllIS I l -r daily for the past eight years I have )

jJjl of made Stuart's it a practice Dyspepsia to take Tablets one or after two 'II HOUSEHOLD l e*e < \

each nieal and I attribute my robust

health for a man of my age to the I eo \) e
eo |
'regular: daily use of Stuart's Tablet1.

IK /f Is 'I My physician first advised me to Ii j $ $ NECESSITIES I i\!!

l 'I' use them because he said they were

perfectly harmless and were not a ti i) I.I. I.

n SOME: STIRRING STADIUM\ SCENES. I secret patent medicine, but con- I. J) o-AT-o II.

tained only- the natural digestives, I I. !
ritW peptones and diatase, and after using I. )

;"- I[the schools having been suspended I ized as a "cheap, 10 cent drunk" by I them for a few weeks I have THE BIG STORE. :

j fk- OFFICIAL PROGRAM. at the dinner hour to permit the oae who went through it. One gen- never ceased to thank him for his >!I. )) .
tike ff the tltman endeavored after advice.I Itt )
pupils to advantage to get out ) -- .

#, a. i F )HoTing is the daily program S courtesy cllered by the carnivalcompany. ) the revelations had commenced: and I honestly believe the habit of tak- O'S .
if attractions for afternoon and'/, ing Stuart's Dyspep-ia Tablets after : o BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. !
h A I JGriundscpen The writer was quite when he was restrained from so doing meals is the real: health habit, be-
,,uiif'.r! it the Fall Festival; : { j

at 1 and 7 o'clock ; Lea one of the schools at 12:30 p. m. wanted to fight. The gentle-y cause their use brings health to the ,10.' ') 10 1 COTTON BLANKETS: .. .... ..... ..... .... .... . :
:I'yesterday when recess for the day: 'I attendants aessured him of sick and ailing and preserves healthto ..' )
;, ; '.) ma ': : ') 104 COTTON QUAY BLANKETS...... .... .. ...... .. '_ :
Ti.:uad .\ninul laud 'iwa! declared. A. echoolregulations his safety and he several timesin the well aud strong.
) eoon as j was Men and women past fifty years of i ; ; 1\1--I ALL-WOOL BLANKETS...... ... .. .. .... .... .. .. .f_ -" i ::
7 : 10 m.Kiectric. :
exit from the the whirl.
E Fountain-S'i3ard 11 regarding: ; age need a safe digestive after mealsto ; : ; 10-1 ALL-WOOL HOUSRHOLI PRIDE: ...... ...... . tl r Sm

rTp,y ,. p. m- { I building were observed, the youugisters I; The Venetian gondola was a central insure a perfect digestion and to I ; 10." ALL-WOOL HOUSEHOLD PRIDE... .... ... .. .. .. .$fi t
t tk. I measured raced to attraction. This of the off disease safest
ward and i
speed the best
put was one
$ \ I-'t odium l'uforll.nce-3jO: :md.l I '! ; CLEAR COTTON COMFORTS: ..... ..... ......Jl 23; and *l.Y l ,
books and whites away, and again: delights\ of the youngsters and a known and most widely used is tuart's -
,9p.m.:: I ; ....... t
Tablets. i ; SATEEN COTTON now COMFORI'B SJ75:: ; to hr)
t1 T t' Hi'h Dive-1:3J anJ 10.30: in. made for the stow tickets Dyspepsia
a run ground, great were disposedof.
p. I many
i ...... .. i
{ j i They are found in every well reg- eif ; FIBER FILLED COMFORTS. ...... ... toe t. *I >I"
h Kilp-itrick's: Rila 1:15; and )
} where their ccmfort and enjoyment It is a magnificent! attraction. : .
i 10:45 m. ulated household from Maine to Cal- i ------ .
e p. j was well looked after. Mr. Ga kill, Animal shows, the Stadium, MovIng ifornia and in Great Britain and
; ; \ All other attraction i !
: ; i open tramS i : READY TO WEAR.!
1' a .J manager rf the aggregation, was at Pictures, Wild Hose, the glass Australia are rapidly pushing their -
l i ,.nut- o'clock p. m to 5:0t) p. m. and I ,/ Ii .

? L $ ',>floul7p. in. to midnight. lilt I the gate himself and it is thought blowers, Statue,Turning to Life, the way into popular favor. : ; $2.30; EMBROIDERED WAIT Ta ... ...... ......$1.l ..
All sell Stuart's
druggists : Dyspepsia -
"" i.- y Jj at least five thousand passed before I Flood and every kindred attraction I Tablets, full sized pkgs. at fifty I. :) SJOO SILK WAISTS... .. .. .. .... ...... ... .. .. ..:Sl'7;, !ii

-- him. Children were admitted free, hid good patronage. I cents, and for a weak stomach a fifty i a ) *Uo SILK WAISTS...... .... .. .. .. .... ... ...t3: ;.; .

ad yesterday; and Itt ui {ht thousJ but the regular price of 10 cents was Riding camels and elephants was i i cent package will often do fifty dollars : ?o i .fi.OO SILK: WAISTS...... ..... .... ..... .... .,. .*-> '*I :

: ;lk Irv' ; of people passed into the en- exacted! from the older per-ous who indulged in by many, including la worth of ;good. i', .. )' __u ____ 4.

: ",ure at the Festival ground, and I accompanied them. dies. The big elephant was characterized !I WILL FEAST LITTLE : j Special Silk Skirts. Dress Goods and Silks. I IA

t a4 humor. The Freedom of the ground wa given by a country friend as a
r \ i'rybaJy was in good
: No. Trimmed Taffeta, good visit to this Di- n :
r I
l them, and they enjoyed it. It was "leather bull that picks with FOLKS' MINSTRELSAfter
1. 'if-t of feeling was uppermost, and up hay I. ) !style .. .... .... ...... ....?0.75No. wlllpiyyoti. We are make" .
k1 M f '' cuuirht amu-ing to hear comment from the its tail. This original descriptionwas I ) cweepm reduction-> on Hk'' :
: 'i -pirit was by utwtrnval
every 0)i 2-STYHSH! HKlIT, ,WE-ll ,'
the performance: cf the Little I inland! Wait Cloth. her' rr *
as soon a? the :sates; wasOa i little mouths on the attraction, acd an amusing event of the even- : 0'j made... ...... .. .... ...$n.9S line of Skirting at 7'Jc yard 'f
Ia' day that will never be forgottenwas ing. FolkMinstrels at the opera : See our line of Wai-ti.i'
d. S
;'a- 'I 23;: Sample Cloth l hldrts, fine :
of the carnival oUiciaU saidi had bv them. I A great many strangers arrived house Saturday afternoon the entire" 0). )) goods, to close 1 ..... ....$675 39c: yard. 1
party of 32: will be feasted at the" ) I Taffeta Silk WOVPM < -[p> \ 1O
itf last ni, ht that there were at last afternoon and attended until I ) 50 Sateen Underskirts, fine for ii- and every yard 'ut' :

t. t-t :SIW people admitted during BIG CROWDS' AtIDLOTS I the show clo-ed. At the depot last 20th Century Restaurant by Mr.. ) terial and stylish, ;USc, ma-I: -f-d. he that j-u> /< : .

Menko. The upstairs portion has ? and |1 83.JBillinni. labeled goods.i .
ti.H day: -and:: all were epeudingm manias many 03 a dozen said they
? ail i,7 OF PON AT NIGHT been rented for the occa-ion. 1I'
would .i
return and friends .
r bring from --- -- --
l S ury freely: and paitietpatiug in '
1 c their towns. Try Force at Solomon's.I' *
't ; \ '; to be found.In .
y enjoyment
; The crowd that bean; to assemble 1 *
tile afternoon the crowd was When you go tonight, stop at the 'I 0ljn00n Ion. 0
at dark: was a record-breaker and bys store" ![ll qin's, {lieINSURANCE J3l'sf i.."r 5c. (
I 11: tie> ap nlm'tstnuirelr, of children, "country and try your luck. 1
o'clock the ground were well fill- I. )
You win the beautiful 9
may jardi-
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r i i :M\V COI'I- 1:1-: :. ed. In the number were all classes, niere on exhibition there, valued at : :14/1/NON- .O.O/41QO.ON.O.ON14/0/4/400/ON14/01t1/
and all in of This his Vlah &
t were quest! amusement. n -
I: f 4. Besides dime there
r,.r Hit 1. .\ini>. every spent I
"'' l tiotusolIiars.reb.tdlyaffectedb. They found it. is an aid to a worthy cause. NAVAL 8"IOIH.t MAItK1T. STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ
a,: k 3 co'Jeu drinking. 1'liu Ho-pitalStew;- New features had been added during -
jll' ard in one of the Army 1'i'tlu th" Imported Dally for The News bj
11. ; the day and were ready for visi: I Tuoa.: COXUO.N: Cap: i?:
WP't -ay-:-- Though: in the medicali AND Union Naval Store Co
; i'rvice of 'lie Army, -ittl!'r..d agony :, tors. Not ban. .\ means the least of THE NEWSPAPERCARRIERS' Jt0811. i will make regular tript.( '.v

tp- tar two year from a caof: chrome i this was the booth ia which the REAL ESTATE, i WW ___....... tl 15; H...........- .. ....II HOHO Pensacoia, Point Wa-lnni;'"> ''I. .i
I' gastric: indigestion, and trove that 1aui NICHT __............... 875; O.... ....... ...... 10'' Freeport. Leave I.aylni: "
n a free fiom all thf tortar attend "country tore" held forth. This is No. South Pslafox Street. V_.. .. _, ...,_. S SO F.-..... .. ... .... 1 5"M wharf Thursday at 6 a. U!. :y: '! '

act upon it, I attribute Food t'C'xIae t > rule :both:0.1P.llct"s /held for the benefit of Christ church : .........? ........... :S <.> E.... ..... ... .m.. l4;.i rive at Freeport at 6 p. rn. -'
of IVsturu The management of the Festival Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor I K: _.._...__ 2 55 D......___. ......14) Leave Freeport Tuesday at : .
a* a food and a< a beverage.I and is one of the most interestingfeatures. : and arrive at Pen;:acola fi n.; ,
{ ........ (p
and mechanical Rent in Various Partsof [__........?.____ 2! 05 C 4 below 14.0 ,
medicinal ,,
u-ed ; have designated tomorrow night as day. Fare, round trip $5; "rr W <
t means torelievemyseif during those Four thousand articles are the City: HHKITBTCBFENTI5B-51. $3. J iJn.:'.'
Newspaper Carriers' night, and carrier -
two years: and even: though I had oHerel: at 10 cents per chance and la.VX-I.lUle: 3-story dwelling eipecliily! 1
left ,"il the use of coffee, I did not boys of the local papers will bs adapted for boarding hour purposesJit BAZAAR.A 'In.
find: myself in any measure free until the fun derived from a secret draw- ; rooms, known at' Concede Try one of our celelratt
I had commenced using I'o-tum. admitted free and be given free entrance Lean Hou+II"at No. 110 E. Inteu- i S. Felt Mattress .
and a to I: $ *
ing pays encourages per.on denclastreet. Bazaar will be given for the
Bt!leg in charge of a detachmentol to all the snow, if accompanied il30t story dwoll-ns!,, contalnin \> r/
ol the Hospital Corp: U. b. A., I, try again. The genial promoter, Mr. i j rooms, with all modern conxpn- ,.: benefit of Christ church buildingI They never puck or gw
of nurse, had\iiim; of the in a body by the city circulator. (!'nces.situate on North Bavlt-n I' ; .
I Smith, and hU wife, preside at this b>teen Mronit and Dehoto itrt-ets. i i I
>4.* ;-i 1 aie-. and by degrees I nave Each boy will wear on the {.':5. "-:'- lUry dwelling lot Xo.till:Nortb Bar- ''. during; Festival weEk. mattress! at half the >' o.
k '*'' ed tutu u-mir possum every WItHt'l place, and were last night assistedby I CdOO xitti s rooms n""r belt IIQBwater pr
i .p of tne mess i, some of band of his hat the name of the And gad througbout. I Anyone desiring to contribute to I ,,' arst1Quinlt..
W. Jones
Chipley who made
I a CO-1-tory dwelling on bell line, No 411West
notify -
f their denunciation affair will
loud in this please
formerlyery paper on which he is employed, and Gregory, between leus au.d DeS
"ti of anything 'manufac great "speiler. all"rs,7 rooms,batb.Clty"atl'r and Mrs.Walker Ingraham. lOalw
tured.' And, going till further, I this will be the only requisite for his gai.IJO.OO1story. FOR SEED OATS,
mm The Crystal Maze, the late Paris ( dwelling No.*ci West Wright,
< have supplied it to our patients in admittance.This containing T rooms, city water and Hot Chocolate with I II Seed Rye and Chicken Vhd. .
ten of coffee; none have found fault, ian novelty, was a new feature of gas.with large lot on prominent cor-
t ej it is done the carnival ner In residence district.117Suttt Cream at Solomon's. ,:
\iuile many: have prai+ highly, last evening. Imagine yourself sur- by peoplein story dwelllngwltuliroomsat\ No. Whipped on the Mellen-Crosby Compai;
ii and when returned: to duty, hive appreciation of the generosity of I'.j Best Romans street, very convenient ._ the Alciniz street warehou-u
continued the ue of it when it was rounded by mirrors of the brihtest to hoflness portion of city. I
4 petiole, for a tidier hH an extremely the city press in "boosting" the attractions IW.65 1-ktory dwelling at l' o. $lit West I will repair your watctes and Phone 334. 23-lni:
y kind :and going through .all sorts of Gregory street with J. 1Stephens. -- --
Lard iu flrst-claas style I
time trying to and the compliment is line In good location. i jewelry in
chaos his own food.For I ways, finally giving up In despair 113il-l-tlory dwelling, corner Chase and = I II II You can get house
the put: eight months, not a highly appreciated. Barcelona streets.5r.<>m!. I your
and securing assistance of polite &J-l-story dwelling No.In" East Wright at Mar-)
grain of coilee has been used in this I street,5 rooms city water and gas. I furnished complete
Hospital, and thanks to a cook who guards: to show you to open air. You I ll 00-New 1-story dwelling No. 413 \\ut Try Gunther's Candies at stonify Quina's on easy payments -
Potum just right-there is Chase street rooms,city water and
prepares of unites takinga are literally lost, and the sensationshad THE CARNIVAL gas. I Solomon's.I. weekly or monthly.
a brilliant prospect $I:1.i -story dxrelllog,No.99 East Gregory :
;a permanent seat in the back from the experience is laughable street,t rooms on bet) line. I I NOTICJEM.
1I ground. COMPANY COMMENDEDThe J15.00-1-story dwelling No. Tut East Ceryantes We will launder your spreads 'or
1-- - --
in the extreme. You must go strett,(near Ht. Katberloe
t who has passed through the them look
One Cbapel)6 rooms outhouses and large 15 c:nt3 each and make
horrors of indigestion; as I have, there and lose yourself to know ex- lot.cornering on !th avenue.A f, aNEITBERtlleeaptall1.owDUIf I like uw. Star Laundry.
shudders as he looks back upon his large list of smaller dwellings, as wellas --.---
of the actly how it feels. following, from the Beaumont a number stores and offices t OB 1tE r.
w't'f sufferings and when cognizant I by the crew of laid veliel.I The flnen line of umbrellas in c;.e
} I cause,will shua coffee as he would a' The house upside down was well (TeL) Daily Journal, tells in no uncertain THOS. C. WATSON & CO., I fETIERSOS, city Is at J. I. Stephens', Go K*
rattlesnake." Name given by Pos- Leading Real Estate,Rental and InJbrance Sullivan Lumber Co. captain.
turn C, ., Battle Creek, Mien. patronized. It has been character strain the story of the carni- AgtntlllSontb falafoi Street. i Consignee. l.n4tx at them.f. .


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