The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 20, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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:can Federation of Labor eon! of free pas.-e It killed tao II

.- iof NorthamptonC : INVOLVES i it mon oa the resolution that Porto anti-fn-e pass bill by :.Mr. Hall, of Bib, President! Roosevelt and Party Given QUEER .' 4
[:In'an laborers be taken to Hawaii are alter a brief but pointed discussion.The I .,

..en Black Eye and tr:1g: ill treated and should l>e rttar'H rote was 6s to 70 against it, tlu enthusiastic Reception by Citizens '
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M = Reported To Dev $ Ioooooo''SUIT 'uy the United States govcrnm'U: measure' lacking: 2 u votes of a constitutional cf the Tennessee: Metropolis. -City MALADY I I

to Porto U'co.! The coaimittte .ee- l maj oritj. Gaily Dtccratsd. 1

jniu died! that the charges of i1--!' The measure came up: as the special I

...: News. ; I +"tnuLt be investigated and if order lor the day aiter a numb Special to The Daily News: !i t I

While the talc; BROUGHT BY AMERICA!! mud, to be correct, a petition for the of unanimous consents had been ds! Memphis, Tenn., Kov.:*-PusideatIloosevelt I HAS LAIN IN COMATOSE STATE : i ir :

t tr.n: of the men to Porto Rico be posed of. It provided that no railroad ;l,, .
.., >a ion has eiav I and laity arrived in this :
COMPAN'l.I ii.cai ntotl to the government.A telephone, telegraph; express cu FOR TWENTY-THREE DAYS. i I II
cables th,1 SUGAR REFINING j city: this morning; promptly at J
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resolution fraternal del- I .
to send a
sleeping car company should issue U' I ,
.f oThe Tribua':, o'clock irom Sniciie&, Misb., on a social ; I
Tate to Germany next year provokedi any official! of Georgia, state, count !t {
train the Yazoo and Mibsa-
., competi- over
: k ,ve long disussion. It was finally terminated cr municipal, any free pass or franking : Special to The Daily Sews: f !i i iNew
raihoad. The
sirpi Valley
ofnufacture. Special to Thc Dally Sews : journey
by the announcement of Vice privilege under penalty! of $1.00*. 'I
!lied\ will from Soiedts was devoid of special ii.cident. York, :';ll-Dc.ha! : Mulligan\! : i : '
New YorX No"v.. 13.Arguments President Duncan that there will ba fine and that any such official accepting ;
,1 i i i';,-'rs an'1l. The president up'in his arr.1 who rame from Ireland in October and I' I
have been heard in tie United States no trades union congress !in Germany any of these courtesies: should Lc .
an1j. | al here was givvn an enthusiastic: il1Eiomiranon isicut woiK '. h"e has ,
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district court at Nov.ark, N. J., in thusu'.f next year. The whole thing was laid deemed guilty! "f a misdemeanor! arj I
t' uum- : when l.e alighted! from ',!-> I i lain in a fute of c"na at the J. loud, I Ii i
brought by the American Sugar: on the table. punished as provided; in section 103.: ;
." .; lori car at the union d ?iot Hi' v.:.a iu t |I Vr.frht hospital for the past 23 days. : tOnly
: Running company; involving a triik1: A resolution; condemning the recent of the co le. I
i iftj-i: by a !ureic dh! Cation or r.oixc.ti. lltali\". twirf in the I whole i IR eriort Ins I I i N'
over Jl.ocu.Oi'u which the plaintiff assorts reported utterances of President diet, The bill evoked! much discussion, I 1 ;
,1 l'-r.u' : ..t-ss and esc arts of ponce, cffitv tie: 4.rl: sfokon I and then it was tdp.ii'.t. !
it paid the government: und of Harvard college; in favor of "scabs"workingmen and sore of the: nur-.Krs indulged n i : ;
1.1 tin1.H and dot l'Uns in plain clothes.Ai'ocic : r :a tew wor.s which shower i I I
? the ruling of the treasury departme was reported upon favorably anittle fun as its ovpuise: I I Ii
:, .,!, !,i : ; the: !id't-suloLt's pasty, \\.:-'! that rise: : was dr'irion.'. The girl wa f .
I in cxecess of what it should have pa'd by the committee, and its action The state sanatorium will get an increase ,
: !JaoHt!' EtuY\'l>'act FISt!!, president u. the I11'aciS taken to tie hospital suffering from I
r as government: taxes for 15!rS, 1S:'Jan was indorse by the: convention.The in iu maintenance fund cJO.Oa f i
at1'l 1 I Central railroad; General Mar' I partial:' asphyxiation auto to blowing!
i L I ':' IJrt'ii: The amounts were paid first paragraph of the resolutionas $ : this year, if the recommenda" .f' i I t
,:"Irk. "o atr J. 5 II!. Dickinson of the saute rm1.1' \ : j lout the gas. The usual:: means of resuscitation I!
I under protest pending the settlement originally introduced commenced: t ton of th* appropriations committe o, I
l<,I Lon/. the! president ph) ..kian., were ustd. The only of- I 1 1I
: of tu.uestion whether they were fe \Vhertas, the head of the foremost of the house: -to be embodied !in lh'e i I!
1"," s'etni newq'apcr: ; tcrresl.eadents anJt feet was to restore the patient's I II
\ (1\'t'r-I i-ayine of a-property tax. American! university Presided Chas.V. general appropriations bill-Is adool! '
'4thin I seer._t so:vii :s rie-u I appetite Her pulse and tempera !
I'? I The company asserts it has Been Eliot, ot Harvard," etc.Secretary ed by the general. assembly. This wa 3'' I Ii
The pa>L;dl':1:; at once form.'d i ture also became normal. The stats i i
j.i unjustly! taxed on investments made Agard of the (resolutions 'decided during a meeting cf the con:I'
anE' as the loinr line swims into ran- of coma has however, resisted thedoctors' I : 1 I
before the imposition of the war revenue committee called tttentiun of tug mith'P yesterday after considerable I
I' tion for the ciauh through the city best efforts, and they have 1 ;
tax.kIETUODIST. commitue to the word "foremost," I discussion. The report of the CO.K- I
r," 1e ... I Ii cannon stationed on the river front, given! up hope of restoring con- f. I
baying: that the committee had changed mittre will carry a maintenance! fund I ,
near the custom house, boomed a salute sciousness. 4 I'I 4
f ,!:,..1'1>1 IY \ MEET the word to "prominent," as ths i for the institution:: cf 330000. I of 21 guns. I I -, !I I j
1'1" \" of resolutions
members the
: ioniraittjj l In the: Senate. The parade vas headed by Chief c.f

i'w; .'.1" ,:,'!:1,,i did tot believe that: an iniUtutio2 I The senate, by a.'ote of SC to 1, j'estenlay Police :Mason and other police offic !- [ BURGLARS LOOT I I
: retain! bead maccallable
would its
IN ATLANTA which : at a
I.' : passed the bill by Senator<:- >rs, bands and a large escort of tin- (

: ,.' .'. of such expressions! as thos Michael, of the 24th district: providin tens on horseback, alter which came I! POSTOFFICE 1 oj
--- iTpnwnted: cf air, Lliot, by our
the of
carriage the president General
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.. "' t .\ ;'. !::'.' :; Special to The Daily News. possibility, te the "foremost" university l h so as to allow counties, militia districts Luke Wright, Secretary Cortcljou ini I ,, ,} i!
: of the Delegate J03erD. : 'I
Chairman. J. of the t
I Crawford
districts in : general
M.i'!' Atlanta Nov. 19.-I: 'er.thing is !in thai 1 and school
Allen of Philadelphia, desired committee.! The line of mar-h Special to The Dally News. ;
:' h' : r inll'r, readiness, for the convening in thin! to kvy a hll'altax for school puri oses, ." i !I
the wording be changed to "the I first EJInboo! Pa. Nov. 19. '
,', this levy was through the residence lortion : -Fiv mask I
r far ty-siUh annual session of the universities! : Accua'ing! to the measure i
't', theIt'tl.odbt one oi tiie degenerate two-thirds vote of the city to the custom house, cd robbers dynamited the safe in tha : ',
-,1' ianl.t's'! conference of may lIe made upon a t

,. fcovvew'IOPS: Episcopal church, sai'th, 1n the First )1 IKlegaia. Lighthall of Chicago, ac of those voting on the subject in the and on the route many houses were' postoClco early this morning and carried j I I

: ar. :Methodist church this morning at 8 dared that President Harper of C'uica localities named. decorated in flags and burtnfla! ; s off $300 !in postage stamps and $29 I !! t

<;o university: and John D. Rucko.Ur being much in evidence. In the business in cash. The explosion aroused the ; '
i- i pries whic!L o '_!lock. In the event the Mil also passes tha
i the lounder of the institution jwrticns of the city the crowds citizens, who surrounded the building: I I I
last house the is to be ratified by thj
:r at T.t !i'eater o:r All day yesterday ani night act
were both opposed to the union move becomes and decorations increased, the principal but they were forced to open a wa/ i 1 f
from before it
Methodiat minister: end laymen people of the state
mm and they trying to secun i will hen buildings being gay with the ia- for escape at the point! of ten rerol I : I I II
all! parts of the northern section of the C operative, and the governor i of he public scsoolu in tha ruor.tlu tienal colors. Along Main! street the I Vera m the hands of the burglars i '
notice two
state were riving in Atlanta to attend authorized to give
ABANDONED city and that the lairing; men we1'' sidewalks B. C. Goodale wounded in ; :
presented a solid line of was the {
i the conference, and this morning: in advance of the regular state I I
tiiiica\e-ins to counteract the mov'ment people and the arm. The thieves stoic a free rural
was kept : : F I
the total ni"niliership present is about ton following the passage of the act, I t
: by organizing! the teachers in:1 C his delivery horse and i at Erie
busy bowing anirifled
acknowledgements 1
> wagon : ,
I WOUNDED PAl 4'I.; Tn,> reception coaimitte* of th1 f fF.t to allow the question to be Passed upon : I
-I! Methodist church, composed of a union.: The resolution as anien-l L by the voters of Gtorgia.! greetings the mail! in the wagon. A posse 'I,

-- j J. !IL :\uttlll 1L L. Avery J. J. Rus- 'd by tae leialntions committee wa TIP bill by Senator Matthews, flf l The parade ended at the Hotel Gay- is in pursuit: but so far have failed: to i I f find

I lapsed u'luniaiously.' No second wa oso, where the party alighted and an the burglars. The postofiiee: wa* t
!> News! : \. J. L. Barnes: J. P. Davenport M. the enty-third district, prohibiting
.i.y If.I\ made to the motion! of DtkKattAlkt I.
( llon. Ui.Y., G. isrowne. It. T. Til. gambling; with cards! dice, billiard', Informal reception was hI,1. Several badly damaged by the explosion !
X' r11.;.. The MeComas bill nor pending lit> ,
: 1 io-
"' citizens shook hands with t
Icy and I T. B. Graven, was busily en ten i:ins and the like, vas also passed] i
!la-t flit!, li !;,' fore the United States senate proviting i General "
i r > president Wright, who
: I ga;;:'d! in meeting the visiting ministers by a vote of 31 to 1.

1\\ V.:. II. i.i':h.UlHT. tv It and laymen at the depot yesterday lur increased pay for all overtimon e i The tafZf:ire provides that "if any in his native city list night, wis SWALLOWED

{ was al';>udo:;. .1 l It rand governaittt works, was indorsed b also cormally greotej. After the r-' ,
directing them to the homes a: a person' shall play and bet for money,, I I
! "i;,- !in ;' 'r fliirht an 1 the committee and the recommends cepfion. President Roosevelt retire I !
which will be while
they entertained or otl--r thing of'aluE', at any pamapavf I CHLOROFORM
l I ', til tion! was adopted by thp convention.The to his for short i
> I i.- "I'.n"! in !in the city.P < ,3 .1 i tf'i! ne of tn The eleven elders all executive:! council leeommcnde J othel The local committee desired t (One r.
arrive' )lay and bet for money or I L
\i.i'iV.: \ on the Coi,' that: the application of the Unit>d al Wright to await the presidentcoming '.-
held first
yesterday and their thing! of value, at any table of whatueve I
j n ta:way near 15''. consultation with Bishop Warren .\. Brotlu rhfwl of Carpenters\ and Jo a / name, kind of description, for r at the Gayoao hotel!, but Gener. Special to The 'Dally News. r I
San ( N", .
for the revocatkm of the! chart: Jose. v in -JarksonStoll. } I ,
tn Trinidad Th ers al the
o: 'J Wright vetood arrangemeT, i I
Candler at his residence in Inman gaming, or shall bet at any game ol 1 ,
brought l this cit cf the Amalgamated; Socitty of Captuters : and the first to the vie president of the W. T, Ack. I
\ to Park. The Electing of the bishop and Cine! pins, or any other number oct l i was: grasp prevdent's '
',,, \be voked be denied becau e erson company, of Patterson, N. J.,
:;stomach and it i it i is his cabinet\ ( hand as he stepped from th" t j
will continue day billiard table,
every pins or at any or pool
both liodits componuit parts Las committed suicide! in this city byswallowing : 1
: live long. He ha.S are j train. The president prerted General I
during the tine the eonterenee is in or shall bet or wager money, or oth. I
j ,u 'I, and he refuses t lJ the American Federation of Labor an 1 Wright with great cordiality.The \ Lalf a small bottle of chlo. : 1 .
I si-ssmn., and at thebir.iotns the thing of value, by any game-or device rororm. I!
foil that the charges had not been: sui i
The ether
:- II' placing of the diffeiint ministers durI shall be guilty of a misdemeanor." program arranged for the cay!
the! mountains,; an stantiated. The delegates of thbrothirhood. was elaborate The GayoFo .o i
I very
big:; the r.\t year will be discussedand : Three new bills were !introduced DJ
!r.--I t pursuit. drtermiurd.: :!. Duffy and Cohnen. 'II l lJetted members of the senate. One of the' tel breakfast was tendered the pre Newark, N. J., Nov 19.-Jackson i I

,,:: think the bandits i t I' I to the report of the coramitt* by Senator Perry, of the thirty-thirJ! 1 dent and, General! Wright by the ladies Stoll who committed suicide in San I'

11!,,, ('uloradoand Simlii-; and contended that! there was nc f for amendment t'I of Memphis. This afternoon thee Jose, Cal., was a business man of thl3 t I '
district! provides an
i a--: carrying a Jar!:" : room fr.oush !in the country for tv.0 tho_ rnctthttinn; sn Ii" to limit th e were two receptions to Genial Wrlgnt! city, and vice! president of the W. D. ,I ." .

py. which arrived hE'.- I WARRANTSSWORN I organizations of the same craft. A tax u rate to 5 mil!;:. The one by Sen. one, by the white citwrs of Mfinph'S company, which! conducts :II i ;

.,head of the northbound \ OUT I long debate followed, and was still In I ator Pa k, of thirty-seventh distric I at the AuriitorJint; and the other b;;: department store: here lie was f .+,i i: t

"in that wan held ui. The progress when the convention! aj seeks to amend the code so as t a the colored people! at their own ha'l! :t vestryman of the Episcopal church la ;; f'l

aed about 4>l min. -- I jour J at 12:! o'clock. raange the hours of labor of person!s on Rfale street Beth of these rt this city. ;

awed no marks of the employed In cotton or woolen mill!: ceptions were attended by the
few bullet holes luxpress Special to The Daily News. dent. hTOMMY'
,a ,' car. i DR. PARKER'SCASE from 11 to 10 hours a day. RYAN TO I.j I
Aususta' (la.. Nov. 11hipr! of -

Police Norris has sworn out warrantsfor i NOTED ARTILLERIST WABASH MAY FIGHT JACK i 1/ t
mDiANS ATTACKTRAINMEN criminal negligence against \V. R HOPELESS ;

n..t'\'t'.I Engineer! Thomas Farris an I I f

tho negro flagman. John Thompson, KILLED ADVANCE -RATES lI

who manniM the electric car And th? ; Special to The Daily Nwvs: Special to The Dally News: .I
Charleston and Western Carolina rail. I
London, Nov lO.-! "The condition tfDf. I Kansas Clly. Mo., Nov. l}.-Toamjr '_ '
way engineer who had the collisionIn I
Parker, minister! of the City Temple Special to The Daily News: Special to The Dally News. Ryan, of this city, and Jack Root, of a .
which C. O. Smith I
was killed. The .' +
.-V Daily News: is considered hopeless. Dropsy St IjOUls. -7ov\ 19. 'A notice h..3I Chicago, have been matched for a f
warrant was served on Reeves and he Toledo u'O, \. 19,-Colonel 0..1. T I
"s: "i. l':7>; .'S re- set in. Friday! since! when oxygen his been posted in the various! shops of the 10-round fight here Dec. 16. ; .
was released on a $:;00 bond. War- Hopkins of Toledo, a noted artillerist t
i'; >>vV..::;; aeeney4.u been administered: to the sufferer. Dr. Wabash stem to the effect that a
rants will be served on the other two and an authority on Gatling gun tactics 1,
death Pnrker himself wrote a bulletin which! revision of the scale of'a t"S for it
o a ;qua'y Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail.
and the hearing was set for Dec 2S. was killed! by a street car at Columbus J ; I
.ius.>d an uprising.! was read in the City Temple Sunday last night ekillcM! \ labor has been decided by The little daughter of Mr. J. N. ,

->r l'aYllSe4S struck remarking that it was the last thins the president, and the superintendents
Powell jumped on an inverted rake ; I :
PILES. write. at headquarters here today tJ
a.11 yesterday anJ iu- he woulo ever met
Violent Attack of Croup Cured
made of ten nails
A brave who auoniti Constipation is mostly responsiblefor I go into details regarding the general: penny and thrust : t
hook Out for Fever. "Last winter an infant child of one nail entirely through her foot ; j j
... !, summoned a numV'Ts piles. Masses of hard dry faeces advance if the scale is found to b* I

and they swooped in the bowels, press! on the Biliousness and liver disorders at I mine had croup in a violent form," lower than those of other linea. and a second one half way through.Chamberlain's i : I
packed Pain
trainmen this season may be prevented by says Elder John W. Rogers, a Christian Balm was! I : I.
< raptannu I veins to such an extent, that the cleansing the system with DeWitt's One Bottle of Burn.u's Vanilla Extract is promptly applied and five minutes r
whom they earned off Evangelist, cf Filley, 110.hI later the pain bad disappeared and : : I
circulation of the blood is Little Early Risers. Thee famous better than three of the doubtful
The Indian police in the rectum be- gave her a few doses of Chamber- no more suffering was experienced. ; ,
'V the veins little pills do not pripe. They move
>r -d lain's Cough Remedy and in a short kind. Though costing a few cents In three days the child was wearing ,
and when is the
1 .' they reachthe come expanded and piles re- the bowels gently but copiously, and
. excited! braves of the tonic properties, time all danger was past and the more per bottle its purity and great her shoe as usual and with abso- t = I '
were I by reason
". a J.ance about their vie suIt.Cure the constipation by usinzHEl'ATICURA give tone and strEngth to the glands.Hargis' child recovered.'' This remedy not strength make it the most economical lutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell i I" : t: c ca

: and the piles will Pharmacy, John Sheppard, only cures croup but when givenas brand. well known merchant of Forkland.
bound to a tree, prepare heal themselves if not too far ad. Kahn. soon as the first symptoms appear, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and -,
and barn him The. will the attack. It containsno heals such without f!
van f>d, A;? HEPATICURA is entirely prevent The finest line of sterling silver injuries matura-
to Interference, an j juh free from irritating effects, itt Do you want a magnificent watch opium or other harmful substanceand goods and silver novelties is to be tion and in one-third the time required -

'. was threatened, bin: is well to take it in advanced cases: for little money? If so, call on may be given as confidently to by the usual treatment. For

r >;. dskins! succeeded ii 1 I to keep the faeces soft. Sold by all Stephens the jeweler. He will accommodate a baby as to an adult. For sale by found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to sale by all druggists and medicine

,x he! ear_ druggists. ;you. all druggists and medicine dealers. please all. dealers.I I ,

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Tennessee Conference Daughters of
The man who puts on stilts does not increase ,
The Mutual Life Insurance
4 OPPORTUNITY the American Revolution.
I' his actual stature by the breadth 0;
Company of New York leads' a hair. He feels taller while he' on tae Ch tt.anoo.a. Term.. Xov. 19.-Th
ell other companies i I stilts, and when he's off them he feeis .! Tennessee state conference of th3rauehters "Let the COLD DUST twins do your work"

!rOrlginal-J shorter than he e\er of the American Revolution j
In amount paid to pclicy-holdtn The end of the '
year was approach- felt. Stimulants are convened here today with delegates 1]

Ins and John Talbot Uiokkeeper for the stilts of the stom present from all chapter! in the state '.I i I
ach. They take a
$569.I59,48o-34 Blinker Bros., was spending every man feel better for the : The .lecoratior.s of tae confertnce hail

D ; eveiiln over his! hooks prejiaratory: to time being, but he ere national colors and flags of all!! th. J

the fiscal statement. One night i !, \ feels a great deal worse state Mrs. K. D. Rathburn. regentof

iii $ $352,838,971.67 after turning out the limits just before F' ::1' f \: for them afterw ar'l. Chickamauza chapter, delivered: / she: !

coins:: Imno lie relnt sbcr, l that be had j r' } +.]J.vhose The need stosiacli of the csn is address of welcome. The Te j-nis0 I j

la period of uninterrupted :i loft a 11:-p.'r in the vault which be t't' ; / weak" is not stiniu- ra by Mrs. J. ;1. Read of Xish-. .!:11. j j jOfTiclal I

Founded Years I should \.emailt ..&1 V lation hut strength. reports !'hoO13 ( !l.apti-rs r i .
59 Ago Dr. Pierce's GoMerMedical Tennessee: with 4'10 memliers. I
die that lie kept for u=>e in the vault / I

The Mutual Life Insurance' he unlocked tIlt'! door and enteied. The haul rise-over The delegates will he receive Hi s I

I j door was so set on Its Lieges that it perfect answersthat afternoon and tonight at the hon.. ;t

x, Company of New York is a !; wild ('!"...' of IN'n weight; and need. of It cures the digestiveand ;the diseases the state resent Mrs. H. S. Champ! j f crtrtct stms

synonym for I Talla't UMUtll.v pliul; a I" I'r against nutritive system lain. Otters! will 1 1)(> elected! tomor.row /tHL

it un entering: Hut tonight Ite was in which make the stomach morning and all busine.): nil" ;ltI.
The first eencntdesirtd!
investors. .1 a hurry to get home and th..u;:ht he "weak." It enables ed. after which a trip wIll: oiniai1'. v

1 ('c.uIoll'l'adl the paler in time to catch the digestion and Chic.3inauga! park. I i

SECURITY-Independent! of crop failures: the dix-r before it dopsd.! The paler' I assimilation cf food, so .
I panics, strides: or wars. I II 2 that the holy receivesthe !
I was not where lie snpiMKi-d" l it was.. I nutrition CI \*hick! FORMER:;: PRESIDENT HOOT!::).

"Wh ShJl I Insure I .111,1114' liioked elsewh '. be
Write today fir fI! < Suddenly (
depends its strength."I i \
beard a click. He was locked in: Riotous Demonstrations "Mark Cam YiISEI YIII fL
took two bottles ot
TalUit! was paralyzM at his situa Dr. P''rce'eultll'n ;Medical pos Salles Departure |I

COMPANY OF NENV YORK i tion. Presently however, he covered trouble Discovery! writes for Clarence stomach Rio Janeiro; N'ov. III.' -Oreat cexr.onEtratiocs i i

RICHARD A. McCi-RDV, P.'tsWent.i I his I"luanimit.'uti'j'ntl..\ to think. Carnes,K-tq. Taylortown.Jjmjoun yesterday: marked the 11",1.1.1 i f
1i I : More clothes rubbed cut than
Co., Va. "It did are worn
: The llrst result of hs!; thought was to ,
turc from ths: of .
CECIL AVILI.roManager.: | i cue bo much good that I city the retiring p\: i;
I blow out his candle r"UI'mIJt'rin: thatit 'din't take more I
any IJent. Dr.
Campus Sa lt
/ s. j
Jacksonville Fla. ,
j jII can eat most anything i
drawing the in "
was ; on oxygen the
now. 1 am --o well ;kaYd Crowds of people' hooted the Corner
I Ipreshll.'ut
II. lllOU.vro.v.: .\gent, air. Rut this was as far as he could with it I hardly know how to thank! You for your and GOLDDUST
l.iurllafof1't'l on. I trieil a hole lot of things staged news 'air a!
t | fit, for there was nuthin left for him ;
Pensacola, Fla ;;
before I Wrote to you. A gcntltman told me of Gees. Troops cnarged{, riott-ia: \i ;
__. ,J I to do except wait toe if be co'.iM the vour molicnif. and! how it aired iii> wife. least"
t- rhomjl.t: I would! try a bottle of it. Am now one man was killed a r.umr r'
7 ELKS' CARNIVAL AT ALBANY. on the atin is|>licre he lireathed. In plait that I did far 1 do not know what I should of persons were injured anJ until ro'Is'I will spare your back and save your t
the course of half an hour be felt assured halt door had it n<,t been for Dr. Iltrct's Golden
Muiicul Discovery arrests were made. OJ Better and far more econcmica; s. .
that he
t e+ uld. This is explainedby !
h Number of Free Attractions Hsvs the tart tiuit the liuilcllix! in settling: The sole motive for substitution is to a other Powder .
ti Ceen Secured. permit the dealer to make the little more : at Corro Raised.
bid oirf'-uil a crack in the vault,
Albany, Oa., Nov l.: .-Albany's autnuir ': profit paid by the sale of less meritorious \\Washington.: \ 19.-A cais! :J- _'-a' .
through: which air could! Ivrnuatr.Tallot medicines. lie rains:: You l lose. Therefore at the :\.JCo' a v 'I, -'; TiE: N. K F \ .TrAN-i C. v .
:tt'Sisal and Hll-s' carnival!, from tate department; tiEicckacfe
I' baring been without suilirientsteep accept .sulstitute. for "Golden I IdcdicalIiteover day from Minister '. .,'I.,.. I__."......-. '_". ._ -"' o. -
Pfi 1 to Ifi, both dfit-s ill( 11'- '. tnI''t'r .1 weeks, finally wink : ." Bowen af! cracas. :

prom!.-' s to he Oh'! a. :"JI'> (" :.Iul ji.i ''I Into slinuliec. The sluggish, ii\er is rfltide active by I dated! yf.--'en'av.! stat ,. that hhe J.:2 I-

z .".;li-r. u f the like eelrbraiioes i' I IIn I-!"",. 11,' was :t\vnc'Hii! l h y a b-r-r.r-rl! The the use of Dr. Here's Pleasant Pellets. I ? bo.T. no'iflf-d 1''} the Y< m '!11.1! i ipoverr.ment ',

S t IM.-: rit-t. The Elks La1'* cur -dk' | ; soind was very like: a drill. It vas a that it has (KtiipKil/ t t'> I

s a nor: rel.; .r of j1OIattraitn: \ <=. iiinor.i; drill. Thank heaven, lie had lieenin..sod. came in Joiin! was liberated. and went :; port o'" Porrn st..l l 11:1.r.ti-1 r 11.. 1.11)1'! : 'tlUWWI-HY.: r : .
tr.I J4n
: 1 d them 1 a number that will l be tee to tl,> !. and they! bad conic to let him home to breakfast. At :'J o'elock he : apt vOR., : ci 'lll> ur.der.i lwdtakf.-tl1itJ'lhfHl' I :

; 1 puhi.i. An pxt'nsiad'rtbin.! .: ': out! It would lie well to let them met the membi-rs of the firm at the of. j i i I )f terinir iierervice- ,i-" a I l'. .,".... : ( .

s-'hi ,!nle is being carid\ out ant! know that he was still l alone, so lie lice, told bill story and showed them j Srst-cla-s licensed midwife hav-
large : tile hole in the vault lIour.1 @rstthey I inhad 35; year experience. to leadlr; .
,i4l S crowds arc expected to attend. railed: j G. GOLDSTEIN ..
Can ( 'I' '' ," ,
give best of references from! to '
In fonncctSon with lbH (carnival th1I3ks 1 1t. "('m all riuht"! : believed the affair was a trick to \ T l .,
leading l physicians of '-, 48 ; :
; v\iil! cotduct: a YI zaar. It will They could not have heard him. for cover up some 'deficiency, but the funds !!.' MRS. M. OlDDFNa, .. .. ." .

t t t 1x bold on the third floor of their; I the drilling went on without any rf ply.Then were found to be intact and later THE EMINENT lit 111 South DeVilliers it.NOIAF. ... .

f t Ott handsome new homo. The latter !Is he wondered v.-by thy didn't when John identified n man that bad I

r Just r.t-arin.; completion, anti is one of open the vault by usinij the ('OI lhilla- been arrested as tilt burglar:; they gave ---

I Y c: the fi'i' M bnlliiinf in the city. Th"1I2is lion !!oI) lie called out again louder: in. The firm was made a stock company OPTIG SPECIALIST ; CMICWEST
S "
+a uill! use the second floor for ': "You fellows out there! Don't yon and Talbot became secretary and I have been authorized to take ,, """ \ [ u t'.N "

sit + club rcoms and the third floor for tlu-ir know the figures for opening the lock' treasurer. II' is now rich. !' subscriptions forVm.. Jenniu > rJ1n J" RQY1L PiLLj!

KTI1KL .\fiXOI.nLI.EX.. !Bryaa's piper "The Commoner. I """' .I"lul ".. t 1t.I. ... ." .
lOOg,' The sound suddenly stopped. All i WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26TH f'J '' ." '
The i 1.QU in ads t( :. \ .
price is per year : i I Illi HII M
was perfectly quirt 'oulJ he have Judge Sustained crerrurrtrs. i, .. ,
: : 1

4t4 Woman Dies; From Shock.An.rti.sta. I mistaken the gnawing of u rat or a New Orleans Nov. la.-President II.H. ''' WILL POSITIVELY BE THE I ;can vance.have Tim-e it. sent to desiring them by seltdiIlitl! t.4'1'.rr'.' .' Ht.,'K'.,.'...,, "..."..,.;. .,. .

: i ''c 1 Ga.. Nov. li.: -Mrs. W. r. mousy for a drill? Pearson of the New Orleans Railways '$"I}.00 to the undersigned. I I!IJ I- -f I .ff-.-..; '"I'H. ., I.".,... ....?.. i ,.' '?

;' ATilK-ns.: of GiranI: fturkc county, drop.1! "l say, you fellows, the combination company, and his: officials! charged : LAST DAY I'I'I :'or. R.K-HE, I 3c' :. I'ff .""....'\!:. .'.I.d.It. ,.. ;;""." .

t t ped dead! In Augusta: yesterday morn- I is :)-8--s-: : with violating the separate ear la'.\'. ( areD:1i1vXpw: *. .... .-. .. .., ......i.hi.M.i,- ." r .b." 11 .I..> .

: r f Ing. She and her daughter were visiting Stlll all was quiet but once or twice were discharged today by the judge o.' -<# =

t1: :s1 : he tliouht he could bear voices in con the second city criminal court. Cosin- ",-I
r relathts during; the Kks'! ptrwtfair : :. -
iy t t o '. % ire ?h., suffered from weak heart I (('relict'. Then there was a call. sel fo the company had demurred to rY.a' ;; .- '!" -, I' iAZICKESCO.

,, lint Was otherwise ia goat health an.j I "Hello you inside! there!" the affidavits on the ground that ;!h ,; .., .._:- ,

cpirits. Yesterday mornlne she haJ -\\viir Jaw is unconstitutional. The ju'l' '
,v 1 Just arisen and, was sitting on the edge "Who are you?" sustained: the demurrers. The ra: ;;. .I Plumber Gas and Steam
t "John Tallx, the bookkeeper: < Fitter.
will the state ,
of the' bf'1 when her son entered and I probably go to suprent'CIrt : JI!> '
.\;:aln tllt're1; quiet, which was ,
: ,
l told of the acfjdTit in which C. C. for final determination.Well .. ,:\:
; ended with: '.. .t>
Smith was kill!'.] by an ::: i ,I l" '
engine No. Sf
t i rnnriuti I "\Vlnlt'11 yon give to pet out?" f- i s nth PaJafos Streot.
Si into a street car. With the wor-M. : Known Artist [)ies. ''
{ .
"Oh. :hOn heiui f els'! :MrAViIliin "hive? Who an' you'/ : :-:vs: rrano'-fo.! Ni v 1 1 -Juan War --. : All ilmtr< 01 i'lambin{ ana ias F-itm ; ilateriald iW'rlr4CHi1
\ f my < "Two armed men who are after I -:...- ; I .
!: fell hark S'dead tic'lord an aitist with an nif-rn.iti-1.- -. .- ; / .
? on thlil and w what's in the vault!" "-- -- I : 11-F. P ids ('(lIA )o'j".

: hi'fore hr rhiidr-n: <'ou11 l reach al r' ;.ut"ton.; is dead i this city. Hhealth :" ..
"nurlars'r'"That's -
; Dr. Ii.i Gidd'tr-in, tjie! wtll known ] -
hnh'n s'miu
her. \ declining I'\"pr
1,; about the size\ of Itr: Optic pecinliit.. well! rtiiam!: in }p,.i'- ;

r it A, --. --. -. ii i,' This put an entirely different faire: on -i ffored: the loss of many valuate: *.icoli; ,: fi w days Iniiircr. JIc I itopping i- ,, r
'f. A i pi" s of h'9 handiwork by the ,!.- ROYAL STAND11WJI\\ / !h
Jilted! ; by XVomcn H. Suicides. 'the matter. From thinking of hi own |': { ; at llotil cunlin.; where1he (.1 :,
Ss4 st-iKiIi.p! : it lii-: home at Iaywans! bv +
iuvit' all dt hanIaaaju"tfd l
4' ,f Lf: NVtt York: Nov. i'i I -William: r.ll.i'uiey. .. 'i safety John Taibot Iw::an to think of -n lug; t/l / : -> -

t t aitr : JS! jf.ns: 01'a "said to 1 h.1 leaving the contents of the V3111t.:111 finvi lab! \.1: .-, ago. He was a na- : to their eyeto call UpO1lhim. 8 Vms Cd! in: Gases cf 4 full Qaarls: at! S3 20 .
lvp '!f Kibnii! : agefM5 1 years I Thp Doctor oaks a rolf ful I ,
i ru4 a II: ruler o' a wcar': !::' Ration family not this an opimrtunityV lie bad perusal of the following!! : t: ;\ h'_ _

'S j '" and! '1 era'MI-' lfa; -r,trl, has ('Otn- i worked ten years for the com rut on & HE COULD HARDLY GET U?. Having td many yearfxpn, -
= mitii-.i' sul'-ide: in tneauer salary and might! work c / : \VinSKKYi-dMilleiiatt": N': ( .
this: ten
M 1. 1 city beeanse a I P.H. Dutly of Ashley, Ill n rites!, : elite with a large practice. I air: < 1'\ .. .
.. nJ tiil'f\: and i ,if'i I .
ifully m ; i : wilurn 1
t vroni..n. who had refus"to years longer under the same conditionHe ahled to relieve those penonh ivi I Iany : '
tl 'I hi! is
,10:" ;4a I marry ? to certify that have takentwo -i. txittlini u j iib-xilutely |11111' I'"j! i Loot'1 )
i him. resorted to stand his ground If ailment of the cau-ihi ir:
and hartaiv1! ;
( (1 Us arrest twirl i i-us- .
bottles of Cureand :Ih 'i 11" \Vhi-Js ,
r Foley's Kidney: i quality by any HI t inn 'I'
sibli'!, First he must and imperfect tul.t. I will r'iv.I v u
kI. recently fur gain time !!" ;
his .. ,
n attentions
it ha helped me than inattei where 'produced. 'l'!lI' K"> .il tad! i
b' any examiuatioii ami Ii
had declared her: purpose ofciarying regretted! that lie had given the cnml.i a satisfactory eight. old when bottled, aid, C""i-icl< i
+} I u : other medicine. I tried many advertised the eyewith suitable irla--"'-.
niui..l.; I r-: Heiit! i the wln-1!
i another. : -xc' quality ; cln-.ipi-l .
In the rapid rro !re"" ofe ''iie-
"\\"t,II. I gave >'"ti the lijnin-s: Whj remedies, but nine ..f themgave !' ; : i- iii irks at that price. As a bevira,;*-. ;u' '
and cietitili3 inT" itinn fur th! '
N ,lon't j 1111 Diem: the lock, come in and me any n-lief. :My drujrpit/ fifteen much '!.. been l p-i ti< pure stimulant, there i- imuc! I IJ.I'I'I" .
Andrew tell or year *-
Carnegie Improving | rtcotnuifuded
.I i ie '!'ielp yourselves' t'tive Foley's Kidney Cure di-cover | dill caecontaining BO' \
tt I/onduii. XIt!/. done to the real c III-I' "flo's
Andrew and has .
it cured
4)g HeforPcorl
n s. Carnegie, : mI:: ,, uidu! ,tti' c"iitent If purchaser! upon ex f
I it again.John : -
nf vi-ual iu both
j *ho was af!. ctej !hy somethinK he atewhile i ecciny;: its use"> I was inuch a power y the whi-key, is not sati'Oed with the 'iu| ,
dill nut give it. and presentlyhie and old, and lunch has bet u \I. .iriied -
that I !
!! on th* ''outmect. la rapidly recovering shape could hardly get up can return the saute at our expeuu d i
4 i them the lock. and ineiii4 covi-red to nii-ciy
; The trying They when once down. \\ A. D'Alnm- fr will b'rt funded.All .
doctor savs there .> I ik ,>.!!her bad not beard all the numbersor berte. 121 :S. 1'ahfox: be defects of the eye by tl!I."' uSpectacle -, 'f) s- v. onie should! be i !> .
k no ('au",' whatever!: for anxiety and : 11\3\: =. i acconipjiiii'
had forgotten them. EIGHT YEARS OLD ord'-r. .H.k III". .
tk b
curri pn-tiifiice !
icy medley
that :Mr Can.egie only: needs] fe I should be '1-( d w"\ '
rz a >v Snudeniy Joint remembered the revolver O1L9T02'iLT1l.' : -l ore-- IIlftll"nrdPf.. \Ve refer t" Firiititiik :> ...
tt1 S days'rtdt.. I ever the vision h -comti in the! ici .t i
; IkL --- I that was always (kept in a a" th6 lta Klrj rid Ha eJS: &icl:3ENClt.t Impaired either b)' day or tit:- lit. A1 TDf1117
drawer in the woodwork inside the CKIIUHOIIpectacles -hould n-it hi
CAI t'y Vandals Mar !
Statues. \ :tuft for the especial purpm-t of defcndinx : : used under any circum;.taiie<-. .< -
h Berlin Not 19. S. A. FRIEDMAKSOIK ;
: Th"
f : statuary i the funds in ea.-e of sin attempt the light; i i- uiif-vehly refracted and .

k groups on tar Siege Salliv were sni-! i jri at burglary during; the day. 'such ea: -'s the eye to fall very I

JiK-tt-d to fur hI>- vandalism last igr.t.j This gave him new Lnpe. He opetn-d : : .... rapidly, ,..h'flU"! i"f BRAX1I.I N 1.71 y : 1'KnrKiKioKI1 PENSAl ''iA Flit"

+ P lY P of the grout\ were damaged. thcrossi -' the drawer, took out the revolver, felt 1 PKB1U.KS: or the MNEsT CHYS .
'+ j iTAL LENSES are properly ;ai'iu-t- 3 <) BOX 4IH. TIfjlfl : + t
y i s forming r"art of the desiws be. i to determine if the cartridges were iu Folll\will; i< the schedule, of the \' '
1 j | t-d. the will not see perfect tI f iSKE1
ft 4 leg I.nol"II off The lrpetratoaof 'plate awl found everything in order. joverunif-nt steamer General French eye < 1 .
but ii .llIdpr..H.d. .. ----- -
I in youth s-trenstliened WM. .x".t "
tJi} ,- outrage have not ln>ea trac .I..I.lirmlr Tbeua\ waited patkiitly while the which THE NEws prints for thebeutfit 1 i d A ORlin"lArl

I drilling: went on. Tllf'rl' were :;l'"l'ralla'rri of the merch-iut! < who hip In all cap of imperfect \'I-IIII! CJ tiindlc every cla- of' LHJ.I.' "'
their goods to the \ \anou-! .
army hulk'Irbtt1P, wholesale or retail, .it
s to l>e pierced and the burglars:; and headache caused therebj a pet ;
;Y ltriiMlli-.. while in posts : |I f"ct will give relit f T"i lire way down.
'Z 3i: "They cliiini! that peritonitis a I were a long: getting; through. Leaves FensncolaLeaves .. ...... ... ... 7nO n. m. spectacle
tl ] Presently, however. John heard some'tVig l."a\'l'8 p'ftrral1CnL ... ... ...... 7:51. a. m.I i eyes tired, weak painful: dunned nr AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BflR.
i { T cure for appendicitis""I ': give and.1 feeling along the 1'icktns .. .. ..... ....._ >I:..> a. !blurred, they oiler a rtrcii.:tln ninu: .
*:; i *up|' is"' tint's! on the saute principle ; : way ; Leaves UrtrranciHLitavea ... .. ... ....._ tt:15a. m'l ret mid refre=htnent. In oth-r
i i surface, he struck his iii'gtT; against; ivntacola .. ...?,1:15a. TIME
nc y't" that U-i: ,':..It.u: is a sure cure for Arrives .m. word, remove the cause .,f the difficulty TABLE.
r.srranta* lllu a. m. and "
the end of a drill. Then it was pulled
a: sgomnug.-'k':; ; .cluul: Plain Dealer.t :lakes H trip to Fort McKe Boll then returns I\ aid the pye will have the, ,
out, and John, placing: his eye to tb" to r.Hmincii: original; bn.htne*=, beauty and j LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE IZAILR09r:
(jfavffii Hnrranca .. nt.I'
"hole could we a part: of a man's chest .m rip: healtli. It professional'
Leaves 1'ickens ... .. l:2Sp.: m. require IN KKKKC1' I>JM KMIIKK I. I'll
.r his face aq the owner nioreil about L"a\.l'toll.acola. .. ... .... 4:*ip. m. !I Euid.incp, even when the bet :article _

Aunt before it. John now concluded 1 Leaves I'lck-'ns ... .. .. 5:15 p. m i 11;: offered a- the eye are frequentlydi New Orleans nnd MobileSo.
Arrives l VW:: p. m. and maknfrp
5 WEAK NERVESAre that it was time to begin:; a delenseii. ; to McKee and r. t'lrn "iunltr and they require coin- ..

pl.ieing; the muzzle lit his revolver I II On Wedle-day-andtiaturdaycthe\ pound !enea.Muuy i ?.o.4. So.:3. I No I. :0/,1
loal wiU l leave liarranca.s: via Pick : perotn use gla--es of too I T:15 a 1 :Ir.m IL':( ) p leave Pcnivi-ola .. Arrive &:<', a I' i'
generally c.ui-ej by the blondto ti.tlie bobhe tin tI.
II ..... ..... I ';
'rt L Inmaton Leave
L !
refractive 8fV! ; a 2:27: p4:22p a ave.LBTH f. a r [
becoming impure, thPtehydepriving; i It -.,initl to him for a moment that ml; for 1' 1I3acola at 6:30 p. m. great power, or too trou;{ 11.UW A : 2:...> a .? Mobil .. Leave i:'IO D't L S '

M them of thn proper rtrenjtheninnoari ;: ttie drums of his ears had tarn broken The (ieneral French is for arinypurposes .. a niiuuifyin: ; power, uppcin; ; they I .---.::::__ H:'op_ ''__7.:3U_a IP AYP. Now_ 'wlPanHNorth._ 1"I.I j.' "
I only and outsider mu-t t-eebettf-r or economize, that they i
hnif'tit. To cur weak nervesyou any .
down I but without iCDH
y $(?.r mu-t, therefore first purify ant: stopping:; lave a pa-= from the quartertna may hut ln-ld the type so far away .
sal sider this he put his eye to the drilbdinile. take from thtmius0ihnrt! a time. This ... .
} cleanse: the blo> d. Then you u'edHostpttl'r'"l"wU1H'h j pa-s-utffe i .
Hie men farther I i *take. this No. :!. :So. 4. No. I
a were now i-tutirtly a ml! as causes ,
Hitter-*. It will ,, I 11:06 p m 12iri p m Lei'v.. ... I'.n-acola Arrive l.+up m : .
tj 'IsA + perfect the dtn. make au.. away, and he could see them plainly I I t the cHary muscles to red ix cane a 11:151'01 :!'ojp mrr.v" .. ',loDt,om..ry ... LerrP 1I:15am I..'
1 abundince IfH'Jlth blood,18tren I '' at least one of them for the other w.'s hardening of the Crystalline! 11 ::% am 11:1'" pm 1. rrJv" .. Rhatlaghant..Leave H.MamIS; 4 pu
} I The Beer : 7:15 m 8lita m 'rrl'o.' .. h"lI" I8\1I
and !have to for p u
t >rth ii the m-rve* and cure supporting his companion in UN anus I you change riJam ":Ida m i ArriT" Louivillr ... Leave el p mlfi Ii rIt
PASTETMA. CU.NSTII'.VTIOX.' Hn.loussEss :and holding; a dark lantern to Irs; t'a-e.evidently I -trouper lenses. in rapid -ucce""i"II,1 '::!a.. m ll:5iia m i Arrive incianall ... L.o,.VP ;IJO P m U > "
b That Made and l..-e the power of accummfd"-I 1,1" m __1 :.') pm'' Arr.yc "t. Louis 1-.1'" <: 11m. I :
} + AND :\IA 1.\ KL\. TRY IT one of them (bad; Utn bit. --- --
t> >F l ti.II. ,>r lode the power your RIVER JUNCTION.
ANH BE roNVIM-EI The other drew his companion out of I different kEN.sACOLA AND _
eyes to distances, cotiaequntly
John's eye range; and John -ubstituti-d I will have .I' > Notlop tiviv time not tbown No. -l>aily No fla
you to wear glaes; l-l nily No. 8-Daily | ..
HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH his ear for his eye at the bole. Presently aNNggILp1 S r A MV U UI trouiiearand distant: vi.sinn. l'hi.-| I
11:55 p m 7no a m Loon"...... Pea"scolr..Arrive 10:50 p m a..I;' F.
{ he heard the otliee d.n>r shut and I can be avoided by using spectacles 12:16: nlbt 7'111" I ... .... IOb..mla ..... 10J:7" R.' a
all was s'.lcnt.: They had gone. of proper focal power. 12II" T-M OJ ..... Yn1Ptra......_ :: 1t.( :: s.s4 ,
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It Kvambla 10:82
k BITTERS The!in ; }vhethe janitor If defective eyes are allowed to I IS 1l'i": : ?7:14:'S3 ._ ._ Mulat ..?..._ 1013" fS:
run uncorrected. they are !liable tu 12.III TM7US .oo. ..... Harp ..... .._ : 10:21 :: I S.r'
T tt I lead to some orKatuc'trouble, which 12: .!,oJ" .. ... .t."UCltyMilton -.._ IG.i! .'. .,
Forty Years Torture VIC'ORIAI.DE will nfcf'-itate a more or less lengthy li.SH i 1:. ..... ..;. .._ : 10:10 :: t .-a
1 .... ...Oood Kange ._ 4
LODGE DIR CTO1l To be relieved from torturing; diel ;- :\ BY ACME BREWING CO treatment by a killed occuli-, and ln 16"::; am.8.15" .......... Holts .... ._ .. BJJ .. 4.."-..
may quire an operation to be p.-r- 2'-J 8W ....mOO MlIlIlan ..__ "' t,:11) 4.11
e after forty year*' torture mightwell near lo-ctNT: BOTH.Ilaf l. formed on the eye. All there unplf.a..altt 2aV1 e'j ........"r..uvlew..__ a ":11"" 4.. ",
u ... .DetrLand.._.. 8146
8.JJ f M
cau-e the gratitud of any one. IS TOWN.DANNHEIS5ER. results! can be avoided to a 8:211" 9:19 _.... Moisr Head __ lItI" .
KNIGHTS OF PYTHlAhi Teat i i- what: DeWitt's Witch Hazel l Great extent and the sutT'rer bp relieved .':03" 6t. ..UeKnniaiHprlagt, 8H" ;."
BROS the of fitted 4:19 8:44 -..... .. Argyle.: ....._ 'IU" ..Vii
: b U5 >n. cola Lodge No. 3, K. of P., Salve did for C. Haney. Geneva: (). by : use properly ....1. 'J 7 ....Ponce de Leon..... OJ 7SV t 'M
t I AOEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED -pectacle 5:06 10:10 .. _W.. ,tle.- 1:11" i Vi
meetsevery Monday even ,,118 says : "DcWitt's Hitch Hazel l I am now the Hotel :i II' 10:16 .".. CAr, \'me.. __ 1:12" :4e :

1 I '. lag In the at T:.JlI Kiocnt at Caitie. W.tOI Hal. alve cured ten of pile after I haJ 1 : i I. H, HarD lur 11 UIS Iy. ean.bu, where I will! remain' a .*$ 1OaI 10:47 .". _._.___.Rocttay__.._ "u 1JSf"1:66" :I .'4,
f'% I BaIMtngthird floor i. suffered forty year; Cure; eu', Main HJul'Ii.' Palafox few day" prepared! to fit perfectlyand .8:00";'J" 11,7.; .. : ...::.CottoadaleCjpren :.:= .. ':II] I;.?' II'IUO"
1 1 Malting brethrea cordjl'l! ; bUll, wounds. skis diseaes. U.. sree. "atirfdCtonly the eyes of any 1135 .._._.MAtlaPad.__ 1:00" 1 1. '4
; -J. welcomed ,. R. It ExcbatJle-Oor.;: Union D poi one deirinjr; it with correct gl7ses. 1:11 to 11:43 ....._ ._._ 6 iiB 11 .i.'. a
r H..t. LEx. ware of counterfeits.; Hargi Pharmacy P. O. Box :2M. Pensacola office! 10'0'cloc 1:411" ...Ur .nrt Kldg_ 6:12" 11.. '
Vt{ Se H. HOK8LKR C. C I Fla I My hours are from k 1oj.: II1M coca l'Iu4. .. 61" 1 .
K. R. ij" John :Sbeppard. Sidney Kahn. Phones 116- e8. I a. m. to ii p. m. !I:1i"! 17:16" AtrleR1ver'1aet100LRare: IJO" -'




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C> Ai ;
I ," .1'j ; Thought l-'e:::;;. Negotiations; :
of I Its cr.nponcnt part are all wholesome. '.! !:'f. I HE
p t It aci-i jjently without unpleasant aft err -effects. I'll'1 V/iii Fail. :

I trE" Itis\\hullyfnxfrolobjctiotblcsubstances.: :: \ -- ,

hEbest family : t'UEll BY j ,
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I It contains the laxative principles of plants. I Iplr.:.
with of Five Thcu- WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Is Moving : Army : r
It contains the carminative principles of plants. I ;I' ::. :. I
sand Msn-developments Are Ex. x.t.sIe 8n >, tan to in t
1'' o or. gI'1"1I ghua (1rd'r. /"
I is It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are ;: ; ,da. or i t'f"rtI, pure. Vi.;thin a Week-General: Navarro
'I'r, .
I agreeable and refreshing to the taste. : White Klbhon Init>dv wtllrureordcctroythe I
It is gentle. ,: : .'i. Occupies Heights of Gulebra.: di-fa,tHl app tup for alcoholic stimulnr.u. -
I' whether the patient U a connrmed
All are It.l: ;, Infhriatt, a ..tlp ,I"r," foetal drinker or i.
pure. New York, Nov. lJ.I"JSiwngsfrom !
: '. drunkard Imposibteforanyonetohave an f I
It'is .
f d I All are delicately }Mended. i ;U j jI ; Colon say that: from certain rev 81'(11'11I" fir alcoholic liquors after using :
White Ribbon Kemtrty.Ii
i IS. efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. i J! I cent events it would seem that all hy .Hrnilierii of \\'. C. T. U.Mr I I
I peace negotiations will! fall throe;-, More orpsssuparintenrtenl \vo. II I
man's 'brlstlan Temperance I'nlon. Vi>nlura. -
It is not expensive> Its: value is due to our method of manufacture and to II jJ and from present appearances matters ('alifornla. writes: "I have tested
I !11 I hare to lj decided by fighting\ Wbite Kibbon Remedy on very obstinate 'I k
the originality and simplicity of the combination. drunkard,,and the cures have been many. .
I' i i.- good for childnn I t I :, :'i ; says a dispatch to The Herald frontKlnston In m<\ny ca ei> tbe Kenndy was given
I Jamaica cruly. I cheerfully recommend and i 1 t

; '.' : fccvliuu i fur !alit -. To gtt its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. :.. i!, :i iI Regarding! the insurgent general our tlurseWhltfUibhnn 1'nion arc il.-llnhttHl Uemt-tly to I find Member an "" *J"1 1
mirul treatment to aid '
Herrera's movements:: it is rumorei us in our
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anew tt
It is u ivenient for hu-ies.c ir.en.I Manufactured by "i : that part of his army as an advano" Druj-gntsor byjmall I. Trial package i ,

guard is stationed in Chorrera. under free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend
: n '' :k etly safe tri''. all circumstances. the command of General Julio Pla/a. years secretary of a Woman's Christ- i !! ,

; r t and that General Herrera is also a,I- I ian Temperance Union i. 213 Tremont I I
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1 11 is i 'iv miliions families the world over. JfODNIA PtlP \'anl'ingith !iIIUIt> men. If these r.>-I St., Boston.! !Mass. :*-tltl! In ivu-ai-ola by I. i I : ,
ICS I Hannah HrtjJi I S. PAiufoz St. I
developments I. ,
ports prove true, there will bo .

I is -t '" ', 1<.e"iii>t, as a laxative, with physicians. e', u." \: "; within a week. I I
General Velasro has established h's Medical Society, 4

.. r. n!!-,._ 1 iicu have the best laxative the wcrld San FrancIsco Cal. 'I !I \\1 .'.. headquarters: with about gill) men in 'i, There will be a regular mef'tn t "It !! i ji i M

I I' Tavernilla and San Pablo occupying I h6 Pensacola Msdical Society at: i ,
!I'll .::t-, Louisville. Ky. New York. N. Y. ,: IHI' :; '
h", all the canal buildings of that section, !! the Board of Health nfPce it S 4

I l"UIl SALE' II r ALL U.w/xr /JIWCiCi/.mJ.. 'I 11r !: chat is, about half: way between Panama ; Vclorkp.m. Tuesday. Nov II and 25. : 1 ;}
II ; ; Vi'itint; phvsic.ans are cordially I Ii
I .: and Colon controlling also t!"> I j
--,_. j i Invited: to attend.. t I
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-- .' '--, .- ---..-- Barbacoas bridge 1m. W. C. DFWBERY, 1

__: : '. ==-::' '. ----.:;..T=..,_.. --:_ 'i------ '-- _- .' = \ General Navarro occupies the 1'resijeiit.! f !

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;;;: "'" p'," ,.', ; ,," .. '" .', : .,. .:. '.'.. .:.. :.' .'":. '.: ;: :' :' : :' ::: : : ::: :: heights!; of Gulebra! with about fi i>i OB. L. DEM BLOCKKK ''t I

men. with artillery which, proper1-) : 'BSCt'.f Secretary, :
I _.. !
managed could control the Para.I

I valley. Pedro Miguel and :Mtraflores If you want a good Bedstead f j .11
I 4.:... _: l villages. \ .
,. I A I...,p Pullfiii.On or a nice Crib for the : '
: .tur !
UU"I !!t.u as !htUtp"oer" Ii i I OW Ittl.Vlt .** In Miraflores there are about 4
"I ilu l |pity Ili'-st I'liiid, liii-u s<>," said: I \ : i is ihe .-.iila -t !nst:>iue of the of': ">..;ii.-.'s of incometo << men; in Drnpirr about 5W a-j1 smaller baby, go to Marston % 1 I j :,
Iliv "M; 1 lu'itial'.st: \\i the 'IIIIIIOUlltl-
a stryii'-'i-r in tin: citwho had UH'H ap- net tirrinctill I:." wi.rd tomato ill anyKtir.ijuan detachments in other parts of the line I Qiiina's. I II
!iu ui ke \vttrs fur d"'IJUuclt'IJt
; pu
I.road.l by so man)' "Mind"" men Inwalkiug laluiM.'i: The lira I have There are still many important points
iiiuuk'tis. It I
swains and heartsick aI
down the avenue that be wondered in my notelm.! !' :\ bill" nii-rt'iu-e i to left uncovered, and considerable illness ,I .(

I .'n !:'r \\"uk! not brim; the ill sired re- '
how' tlu-SL- beggars; picked bim "AmeriijiM..II:: :: tnt'iatlf.! : made by : \
,/ i ,. i.,". \'.!:its juices of roots nut! herbs or mortality are already existing, CHOICEST ;
i iJIJ it out so rwidily. ; 1 l.i' "I''I 1'aiiyro.: a .
especially in the Empire section.CASCIK
tr.I' uii.iIfd! in a |lotion and soli) sis I
".\1111 yet,'' said his host "tlurc are comment) o\\: JMIH of Pliay, : (
the 10, j.lnal. llore is un oM rvcipt': : -IF--) i'f ,
15'.1 ;
many lines of work which they t-ouU pace W. La> r iji.iie, l Ill I.. says --- --- ---

do! instead of IIt";:.ill For example, Iii.i ue tiitintii-\ 11til1l1.: "\hi-:btt ,' bi'rrl! dot i-sewling nine ci'iien BY BLOOD I\IM .1 ; i iI
ill lulJt'l'I Lee Steeped 11UII etjuulmituti's I FRUITS' mm[
most of the sh1l11l11tlwfS in .Iai an are tioivs :f.'f'.' pn-iiuiii: .ir.icum. et |>omuni I I
|bet', vinegar and I ; I
0'IUt' Pi-pai-os Cur..tI.lIri' I
All Skin and ItUioil J f
blind men. tk>uit- are 80j11 to do amoris! ini -nji-iit.} showing that Inrthtli ;
j I that they own their own houses, and .\ .tpt. 11:11.: :"- tom.itl! and the (Kiimlar L..Il'\. M. L. Adam, Fredouia Ala., I -AT- I I :

\ I .1 their patrons so to them for treatment. "love }IPi; li." wire already in u>>e. "The.- i:1 : :" "n ;all I'II.I\! 'tallll1'\1!i liefw took n'1tal1icnnd\ Balm, which ef- G.; APOSTLE'S !I II
;,nitlq tll l feel will cause dreams of I i
Others who have not succeeded so well mi"ti"i.! I I may add is probably a eeftually cured an eating cancer of ,
future (iiro\i idea rt-- I
'1 KO from house to LOUM- aud the rest inprint for Thenustitan e.. Te- your destiny you the iue and face. The soro h..aledup I I
.. tire In-fur 1: o'clock) either on Christ- 11 1 East t CwEnisH!! St.! 'i I II
of the pti'plt* from sympathy guide noehtitlan. a synonym for Mexica: perfectly. Many ductors hud ,
nuts eve or uii the lirst and third of anew '
them from 1' to plae-e. Some of Notes aii l (}wriM.V.'ltli I given i up her case as lioptle! hundred Formerly Cordova r.e.-.taurantKtau4!
alone bamboo tujon." IVrhajw as a lingering of cage. of cancer, eating I I ;
them walk blowing on
a Grain of Salt. rttni.aiit of this absurdity there is a Mires fcuppTatIng swellings, etc., O-ie carload of Pineapple ll\t 1.75 i i'I
whis Ires. There was a time when some
;+ well sbamIIOOt.'rs. The earliest record of the saying cunvut notion iu sniiie parts of the habf't' cared by Blood Balm. I to ?2.1k1 pH dozf-n. I I 9
of them acre din-tors as as -
." "With! u grain of salt," dates back to world today that a whole niiuee pie AinunK others, Mrs. B. M. fiuerney, I t .
ew.rk Tribune.
Warrior Ktand. Ala. Her nr and
\, I the year XJ; H. C., when the great l'omIW eaten at midnight will! cause the reaiIK'jrunee )-

\ entered the palace of Mithridatesand of Iou:; departed friends nut lip were raw as beef with offensive \\OPERA HOUSE i.j
to :Mi.rtnr! Tosrrr<. and di-char f> from the eating;\ !'or,'.
in discovered l among his private papets to mention the familyphysician Doctors advised cutting, but it ,
There Is no hoJ ciirryiii!; Jipan. ---- ---- ---- --- -- -- \
of antidote tl.c cure interested tueuibvrs of the I .
tie M.-rlptioti an failed Blood Balm healed the I
The native builders have a lut-thml of
transferring morturhith makes: it Il;: liu>t poisons!, of all sorts, which was Lou-st-Lold. gore, and Mr. OuTney i i- II" ; Saturday, Nov. 22. .1 t tII .1i

of 'I'II.-e! no well as ever. Botanic Blood Balm
couiNised) pounded
like: than work to the Matinee at 2.45.
I Ii II I seem inure cording to the recipe, were to be t"k..uwHh A ::Memornlilt Ilile. also cures' e-czmia, itching humors, II i 1 ;

II I onlooker. The mortar is mixed up in a a grain of salt. Whither this was The most memorable ride in English scabs: and scales, bone pain1, ulcers t 1.1 i' )

1 ", ., .,. pile\ in the street.: One man makes thisup history was that of Sir Arthur Owen, offensive pimples, blu'.d poi-on, carbuncles I r 1
ii- '
i 1
n .1 < u. warningur-
meant seriously or as a
.i into balls of about ws: grounds which placed the 1[:111\1\'t nail dynasty -croful.i! ri-ing- and bumps I The Little Folks F i i
nt: aitart who oasm is: not kiumn, but t
i tvelght'tvhieh he tosses to a man on the throne of Great Kritaiu. The on the !skin and all blood trouble.Drugrit
: : stands on a ladder midway between I became the custom to ray that doubtful ; ; ,. ?1 per large bottle.
act of ettk-int-iit! by which iu 17Jlpnrlianit'nt
preparations fcl.ouM be taken witha of Botanic Bleed Balm free .Minstrel Co. : ;
the roof and the balk This man deftly elected! the house of Han .. .. t
I .. ? of .silt. Blood Balm
.tlm grain and prepaid by writing
1.:111.Ill to--es it to a
catches the up I
1 I'
j ", I It' b >ea who stands the roof. This from this the ait-anliis cut trans- over to the I'.ritish throne was parsedty CI)., Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble I .IO-STAKS-4O ; t
man oneote, and this casting votewas
only and special medical advice sent in
: fur doubtful truth.
I six: fcrri-d to si ius; uf
k. L'oruing.- jil.ii: would scarcely work fur skyKraptrs. : "Attic salt" was a trt'l'1I011)1i1\ for i given by :'lr1'Umr Owen, the sealPdlttter.! It is; cf'rtainlworth' ;l By: Bequest will Repeat their Recent f ; I

for 1'embroke- while such remarkable I
member of t'.irlument investigating '
wit or penetration, and the Latin word Great Success.; i: ; I
shire. lIe arrived NVestiuin&tcr, remedy, as Blood Balm cures
.., GINS DEAD \\ hilt lI"tllnhh n.i :Nut lines ":;:,1" had! sotuenliat of the same.1111':111'in (lustand! tm\"1,101'1I., only just In the most awful wort and most; This will be their lat Appearance 'I i' I II
called :. It is thus eai-y to cee .
How water commonly gap ; deep-seated blood dieaev.Foley's this Keason. :
riddenwith :
time to>> record his tote Laving ;
I to the life of a tree, passes' : 1':1)iir, "t \1111 icniiio, sails could have I j '
furious haste from Wales for the I
T v-1 Passes Away al from the roots to the topmost leaf and connti mean the u"'l'slly of accepting Doors Open at 2 O'clock.i l''
purpose on relays of horses kept at all Honey and Tar i
;am, Ala. e\ai' irates Is a prubleui not yet solvedby doubtful! or suspicious statements 1 i

Not 19.-Charitjr botanists. It is known tluit tic "\\ nh gl'aiu of Milt." the posting houses along the route To I cures colds, prevents pneumonia of spat bpgin at Coe' Friday, 1 ;

,''J h" of Blind Torn I, usoeitt Is made l'l1h..f1il1. cavities in that ride Britain owes its t1'f.rlan : Nov. 21, at 12 o'clock i! II !1
Good Letter i'a.lener.A era hence its Queen Victoria and her
urn iui-.i'lan, did I'the lPIrKI. only the heart and bark: : ; l'HH'ES-BQX Heats and Two Rows t
..i> is'stht! in this city: serving oilier |itii-| of ---- ----- i
cann'it b f-pcned by the steam 1 E 8ESiI
.. IK .m. She wt:s extent of our :iviiouliitee I of the matter.Hi'juml eps : : < thi tY dreg under II vearl.'p.1; ; : ; i

i -iidr. Xettie U\iu i.s m.T.conjrctmv., iiiul every boding! nater. \\'I Do1Ltrrt I p..... w=- r ssarzc.-ar l Kirauo I I I II ( ,
---- I
for burial. She waMN'S theory yet advanced! has ;-ule to stand I II
the test of esi>erinjeiii. \ I! if* '!I'I\I. ward for any case of Catarrh that j M i m i brdI d .n d.: 1 PARKER'S I

Tor one: or hi> t- path :i Hit dots artf..t I cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh: r HAIR. BALSAAMLl I ,
1 ,,, u.n.FIAl. r -.. atA ,
The Ii ; tLI! : tiiH!/;' i in i.iii'ip' !11:11'!: :and (;lIr.-. 1',,,, :it a :,runud puct Max .Va.Ic."Po
Cast I
in fniir liouriie! :.i.-illi.' ixjen I F. J. CHENEY. & Co., Toll-do. 0. Never Fail to ]ie 1ore any i
TESTIt DNY. tweniv : -pei ..
you east thtags; here:" injuiretla ; will ":1'tly pat! ixl''y; II.' "r more.If I I We. the und.rsirllf' have known r9 [!m? :Y u., !Is c ': Y Cunii Il ir to! .rte.i ...Youthful...,..,II hat Color.iiuttg.l I .'
""f. iif'ht pnlicetnut: ] smart the other tliy as hoMiuntercii i .Itl. 1>m/-t .
youth I i F. J. Cheney, for the la-t 15 year-, II ':a foptQ-tt".r. !l
WM! : "L\- wiutH I W
t- I f"ululr:11111 aJj r a .I ;i. 1.747Yat j
a I Ii
believe him Iollllrabh.I l
I on [Iuul"-;, and I and perfectly j up
; I
nf il"7.Mn advertiec) j Urt"-.setl the proprietor 11 BEST FOR THEDOWELS I all buiness transactionand! GOLAY= I' '

,,mil had treittmeni |I'S." \\e do.:' : fiiiancially able to carry out any ubilgatintL i I mcnsj' :du &d. Cots '

"You east all kinds of tl::t I'jrs! in !; made by their firm. aDd'Com
i II ; without getting: I ttntd1ta ;eco{zi z $ by y herb grist 'I '
iron, eh?" I WEST.& 1'Rrae'hole ffleal 1 Mills I'
\ 'I 1 1!i. nd recotnnieudeciiid I I ,
1 Tar and two I "Certainly.1 Doii'i you 1'4'(. that i isour I \\ -ale Drui"tq. Toledo 0 Rot phyeicitRS:! ax >th- otxt f fi fa I >
1 l I Wu.DiMf. ]\: I XX.\ & MAKVIN.Wln trosbklt1'ISwS l!. F, GOflZRLEZ & CO., Prop i, i\ : E
cured me. I emi ]1 business? "n .Tpr : a ri e h .t or the i :t\at1! and Btd.1lt! t
I ti< 'J' >le.ile lrujritToledo i O.lIall' '
-t i-ou.h and IUllg \b, well cast a shud..w'ill > 'I, Catarrah; L'ure i i- taken: mt'rnilly ., .d as..r I
world.V.. A. lie was cast out I Ii I' '' ,) ,- kkui: "' OI.1JI actii diiectly the I CHOICE MKAL AS}) I'LKEGHOUHD !!
g upon W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.
'. :-'. l'JIJrllx St. I peat calf "'aU li'I 'abCANDY
blood and inucousJurfares of thyiem. STOCK FKKI :

I r'l it I reu7). I tillIllull.. -: Price 75e. j per bottle. !Sold I Patron'se Home Industry, for there U .
CATHARTIC Marston $ Quina have every reason you should buy your Neal and
Te-tiinonial" free,
-etl iii> immortal!I "Just fahncy.iirilil.: l'\e inr.utten by all drti hist Stock heed from the Homo Manufacturer ;

: IW gas liI- ma cahrd ea-a" Hall's Family Pillare the best.(73i5TORI11. somevery nice Dressers and tor by so doing yon encourage hone Indu,- ,I ,

vide! of the I "Nevah miml. dealt buy I'll U ml you : try. Y on r money Islrftln the community i. 1
< i pintio Wash Stands very cheap. and yon In tarn are Indirectly benented. .
<. iii>lii-il| in ijispirt tome of mine." j i Ban" Always; Ic fostering theoontrlbates borne manafactarer you .
"Hut-ah-tl.e uanieouM be clitTf'rellt Just the thing to go with eontrlbate to t because of labor. You owe r
I liina! : ; "Anni- G" ;
: -#- Itlotbecominanltyln which you live .n4
.. ;
\\"lu-u the final rev you know. I sr !4! Iron Beds. which to your ,apport.I .

i i of the "li>hip'iiia.Mitcn ." "r.ali Jove, so it would: What heat! I It

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1I:1"e.I:: -: -
you -
the im-liMlv
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Divpontent.Most 'tea ant, rslMaMi-, Potent T .t Of A P< Goo"I :
!tr.. bewuuing UH- ttever ,trkt W..1. n. app 10 url M pent;
tarn fiend one-third of their I >1. n' far tree -am|,,. and booklet "DI '
I. Went to him one KithIKEEP'YOURlLOOD' JI
.-'1 to hurry it uji >. lives trying to make the worM different '| or hew toi.t, F. E. BRAWNER'S 1 I r il

i],oser's anteroom another third in learuiuz to live in I GLEANPROFESSIO i /

noi it as it is and the remainder in explaining \ l
,1 terrific rsl

.': ,;'s libranlit :: how much TJnie<< l latter. it tied tobe.t'ashlngton i THE ONLY ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE IN PENSACOLA. ,: : It t : I .

< and through !i i'A \ : I I "
II I t
iluck in :-hil 1 t The Tonic 47 Lidies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- 78 Boys' Double-Breasted: 2-pif-ce! 11)1dnz/ Men's All Wool Camel's 1 : ;. j

.1! : s tire 1111"1.<. The List few hours l h t fare a funeral / pAr Excellence.A Day Skirts, worth ll.GU; special sale quits, all wool, worth $3; special ale Hair Undershirt;?, worth el.;,o. pec- t ,

It .nrsiuralr: ; I the clock in the house tnKfs... with a 'J3c each. ?l.lSsuit.! j 1 i-tlSldrawer-; match, in White '

f 01 1, .pl Jil't'iit like a i tone never notice: !ln-foiv, ami titter i iJ Ladies': Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Remember we carry a full line of Red and Fawn colors. 1 _

I: ilit.l\ \y tinmire apparent ac.iiu. 1'o.1: mi $ir,ilrr) oe- Day Sfcirf, guaranteed all woof!, Koys' Pasta, (toil 3 to W age, vrt. W* h'nI\ 'A iJoz. Dlen'sI3fk
'ati. 1.l) ,'J IIIf' tusjons.-UIii-uu! worth $4, special sale $2.43 each. prices to suit everybody.Look rihirt and Drawers, worth $3; spec ; a
I Globe-- 5i) LadieBlack and Colored] at our dhow Window for ial to close $1.21) each. :
;; -'-' -
yiw :i\f. i-\ PRESCRIBE IT.Many \VorstedSkirts, worth JloU, special prices; on Ladies' Underwear.We 2o doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Ol .
I :Ins Just i':;,.>\lnnsv : PHYSICIANS
swell line of Ladie- 1 and Fleeced Lined
sale tic each. carry a Undershirts: at ;
.'I Itt yon have It broad minded physicians r Waists so'' 25c drawers to
37 LadieUlack Tailored and Figured Flannel and silk at prizes: ; match. !

II ,,, thou that 1,11\; prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar as Wine CordiaM Skirt*, worth ?2 oO to S6, special everybody can wear one. 24! doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and :

i raml 01 s> <.f tin., they have never found ?o safe andreliable The best specific remedy for sale J1.98 to *I !9S! each.ReadytoW'ear 70 doz Men's Heavy French :Neck Red All Wool Undershirts: : at 50c ; + :

i'Ml such a I.rofullut!, I : a remedy for throat and Malarial and Typhoid Jackets, our price Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; drawers to match .! : j !

,::,.. I lung; troubles as thi great medicine. Fevers ''tl.iS! to J3 each. You will save drawers to match. We carry a full line of Ladies', f '

i W. .\. P'Aleuiberte, 121: S. Palafox Colds, Influenza, &c. i money by looking at ours before 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes ; 1

I r.t.I ; L r 1.1 KaJI I buying. worth Con, special 30c; ; that we tan eave you 25c on. : :
IlJUS' MOMENTS V\ I 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at ?1.50 drawers to match. I Rtmember-We carry a full line

J i .*t inixious hour o BANNER I I to So; worth nearly double. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts Men's Clothing Bougnt at 60c on '

, are those wheu tli SALVE..r.a 49 Boys' Double-Brea piece worth $1 special Tic; ; drawersto dollar. We will close them ont at Itof It-: : ;

! !uehold have th. he most healing seive In IMM worli AL CARDS I suit, worth $1.50, !special 9::'c suit.. match. I I just ;jj price off other merchants. ;{ .3;

I i-110 other medicin l I -:; ----- 1', i
-it thin'! terrible malad ey If you t-a nice present' to give
I Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look at Ours. Remember the Place
;f, v and Tar. It i is !;a' ;, to a friend go and look through the W. C. ROWE, M. D. t

ite for throat an;1 elegant line of suitable articles ato' ; '

d a* it contains nl'I" I\ '1\ J, I, Stephens, you surely can find Office: 17H S. PalafoL F. E. BRKiAlNER'S -

poisons it i can b e something; to please you. If you Hours from 3 to 11:10: a. m. and 1 to S p. nand : t

;\ .v. A. D'Alemberte", be want sure anything to see him in the before Diamond you buy.tine after o'clock Phone OS. I i() 105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.=gg<$sTHE 3i i. '


,.. stoner of agriculture's office, and under AN UXPARALLEDDurinc liE' '.:
c: 5A
-r y-... .... -,-,.. _:--. the present;; regime, the heads of HESTER-WIGHT -

nA1! :;...; tJ:3 both departments work together in
i .; ....
perfect harmony. Few people realize

the amount of work involvedthe I NUPTIALS 0
Catered at the Post Office at Pensfteola,
F;*., teoond-class matter extent and character of the ,,
covered-in these departments 'i Alrays6rf
ground two %
OrriCE r-hltt'* Building 211J4 south
tlfttox; street, up-stalrs. I whose operations practi-! 0.
'! POPULAR YOUNC PEOPLE WEDi restores color
cally include all that in any way involves -

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. the interests or affects the i]
: OED LAST NIGHT. to hair.
welfare of the farmer and i gray
producer. I An u-i EVF:;M ,\
in Advance.
Terms: Invariably -
I II .
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Oat Year by Mall .. ... .........$5 00> the death ;lain:* (pad! n, :

*!U Montbs .. .. ...... -.-...- ill l I, WANTED FOR | Mr. Reginald F. Hester and Miss States and Canada In. ,
." One Wel' Carriers Payable Monday 10 | ble Life AssurancE. r, .\ .

'-1 f Idtertisitg Rates Furnished on,'EJSAOOLA. BURGLARIES !I j'I 1 Joseph Lillie A.1Vight rectory were lat wedded evening at at St.8 &&tI sitairMakes Vigor paid proof.within one day .if:. t : a

!I o'clock, the ceremony being performed And during no nniutii ."

UivI01J LhBEL'' by Father Robert A. Fullerton. > ear lias tin1'iKnoin.tu.Tin ; "
r Henry Gaines, a negro;; who had the hair .
hdlln HS. ...
taken up his residence in Pensacolafor f
Immediate attendants were Mr. Checks
excel the S" .
a few days, was taken into custody grow.
NOV 20,1902ANNOUNCEMENT. I Jos. Santo and Miss Lena Hester, great r4<<'lord. It ha- : \
a list night by Officer Bolline as*
and Mr. Pierce and Miss Maggie I falling. been approached by allY :
:a dangerous and suspicious character. | pany.
Roberts of Milton! a c >u' in of the
He was; bound over to the Alabama J C drerCo., III'Lowell.Jaa. ,
bride. i 3trongl-btinIh(' \\ i i

v THE NEWS management takes : authorities, and Detective I I THE E1'ITA1ILKI.IK ,: \ .
As soon as the church ceremony
pleasure making: the announcement Lacey, who arrived yesterday morning I AXCE KOCII-iUK i\ .
N was over, the bridal: party: and attendants -

y @ i that it has secured the services carried tho negro to Mobile, I : entered waiting carriages : TIIElJl'Mll:: : I H 1\ .

where he will answer several chargesof
i of Mr. John U. Ward who will have and were driven rapidly to their
burglary.Cut K30WLESGeneral
srii .- : r full charge of the business cunage-; new home atbll East: GadsJeu street lllW?

ii meat of this paper.GEOKKIA this: out and take it to any where a monster reception was held I \y3U9 <.lJt....

drugstore; or medicine dealer and and which was: greatly enjoyed.Friends H. Palafox St.. l I'i- _\ -

:1 wants to raise the bookmaker get: a free sample of Chamberlain's I I showered the couple with

:. tax. Rough; on the lambs.: Stomach: aud Liver Tablets, the bestphysic. 1 --
: of the most useful kind audI :
; They cleanse and i icvigor- presents Carolina
OM.V two days more now remain ale the s'tomach. improve,' the appetite I au examination: of the varied assort- I For tlv-:

t of the Fall Festival and they should:: and regulate!;., lJuwe!:,. Rjgu-: :' indulged in with NOTES OF THELITTLE !
q' t k 1 hr size 25e:: per b ix. meut was great THE WEATHER/
tlie! of.
? .p'' be mt.tie limit : '
t s I pleasure by the large number preaput. : Cement

THE turpentine business i, -jiid tot SHORT SESSIONOF i:;, I FOLKS : >

{ be "b.ld"-it is certainly auythn.jrbut I. TO-DAY
I k 1 Willie Wight/, brother of the bride,
;good f,*r the: trees. I MItISTRElSI BIRMINGHAM. : .
CRIMINAL COURTi T | and Miss Lcpa Wilkins, were the 1 1i |
+ k Axn nl1.lut wants au inebriate other attendants.

z f f J a? 'llllll. And with the legi-la i -- i : .__ I Local Kor ' tonight.! I..dll Stock" .>f :all HI. ,. ,

in fession too! I To the Public. rllillhht; to fresli northeast \viinl-hce:'in can Portland l'. wI r I
ture right ,
.._ A short session nf the criminal J MATINEE.' Gerniai"Saturn.." (I.I I.
---- -- -- bOlllh..l15t.Temperalure
Allow me to say a few words in I iiiy I land
BE1'fLUIAX has become thE'ow court was held this morning, an ad- I' Cfiix-nt. KinN I
j This ithe; first elld! i'y -- .
of Chamberlain's Reinedy.
praise Cough perfOrm-j Plaster. IIn.{ .1 i dc t.
.; t' ; nt:!" of au oil well iu Jleauinout. journment having been taken at ; in the In Norfolk, Port- '
I had a very severe cough and j :ance: \"t.r givVn Last 2 J Hours: \It'II: I

Must be :a "gu:hH" iu earnest. 1 i Maximum.... ......___ ............... <>f'fKr| *.*"* Savannah. Jiick-ni.v: J.
--- -- IO:300'clock. I cold and feared would get pneuj i j i not a person i i.* solicited to purchase Minimum ............._m.m..m...................... ai dt grttto Mobile; NVw Orl.I! It'-: .

t tI DEATH may love a shining mark Chas. Mack was convicted of as- monia, but after taking the second a ticket prtvhut to the performance. \\Vealsomakesh11II ,

dose c.f this medicine I felt better, Temperature Ehcwhere : J JJlHl. Mills wherever .
t = :. but that bullet somehow failed to sault with intent to murder, but was i w. ;
r / j three bottles of it cured cold and Min i freight rate nol' ,;,- ,
i take the shine out of oM Blue Leo my '
.- .
not sentenced. Atlanta! fa) ,. "Alabama" and j
'I A and still 1"'J' i iUrand
;great play a greater
I the in chest ...
KiMiiiir'-Ic '
rr .S pold. my disappeared 4i :I i 3
45 Cbicnto Portland: C n t L i iiia
--- - Julia Walker pleaded guilty tuj! I Every dollar is usual .I :> I
i' i entirely. am mot respectfully object. as Clucinimti o* 44 Hydraulic N It'll i ,

+ THE anti-pa** bill has been defeated assault and battery: and was lined !' yours for health IlAi.rnri.MEYEKS\ with :Manager: Menko's phys, goes ii ivestua__....?... Til .ill made near :'. tCorrespondence ..
M Huron ._._ r;i Il
;; iu the Georgia: legislature., the costs of rro" cutilu. I lThirty-eveuth St., Wheeling, W. JackMm\"IIIt .. ._ r: 'r.
'": The walking always was bad around to heir some ;sick, distressed person Fan.asuly ..... om. hm..... ... 'ii in Solicited ,
{ The case of Ernest lleale, for petty :,| Va. For sale by all druggists and Fey .Vest .._ .. S4 TiMempiiu
a4 Atlanta. medicine dealer' ;. or orphaned: child. ._ .... ....r II n
larceny: will be taken up this afternoon ; Srnnlla _.... '_' 'm. K4 4*
I - Manager Merko pledges a better '
Montgomery ... M u Iill.t' '
zti t IK praise and general goodwill! New orU'uas .........._..... __ _. i i ;.; !! Sale\ yT
t performance than even the last; one. t-W York .. ._ $M II 1 illUllUj yo'llr .f .
mn\ IMPORT S-in nnni ._ .7" v, ,
MitchI Startling Hut True. Price, .10\ cents each for 11i( ) reserved St. Louis ..n n.. :AS 1,1 I,i j tare! at Marston $ <_ ''I

i our millionaires.No "If every one knew what :a grand ::e:4t: Adult, 2-j: cent Children -
medicine Dr. A UllllK.Ui: OFFKK.The I Great Furniture jrium. .
King's New Lifo Pill '
under Iears:! 15; cents. Doors
{ turkey, no bear, and with only I i';," writes D. H. 1'urntr, l).:l1lp..ey-. j i undersigned will civo a free j" .

d i + dry Hay to fall back on, PresidentKoostvelt'a I town, Pa., you'dell all you have op*n at 2 p. m. Performance begin* sample i.f Chambf-rlain's Htonricli .
in Two ,,!...' I I and Liver Tablet. -
a d.iy. WI' use has made i to anyone wont-
::4 1 iiauksKitiug looks: anything 1 at 2Sale\; ; of tickets opens at
a new man: of m<'. Infallible rorclln..tipatl..u. ing :a reliable remedy for disorders
4i I i c but l.rllllllillg'. stomach! and liv'r '''A STEAMER NOW OVERDUE HAS Coe's Friday Nov. 21, at 12 o'clock. of the *tomach, biliou-tie-s or constipation. STEAMER LINE SGHEDUi
"'t trouble, :!.JL- at W. A. D'Aleuib-rte'- I : This i H n new p-r.ifdy

3 II THE Georgia: legislature has just drug -toie, 121 :S;. Palalox.treet.: ,I BIG CARGO FROM ENGLAND. ; A !Startling Snrjirie.Very and a good one All drug.;i-ts awl ,
1e, t passed:: a bill providing for a secret medicine dealers. IVnanla and "lili.n !

'i1 ballot iu all! ikctions, both primary I IauJ A PLEA FOR I --- 'I II II few could believe In lookingat -- -- -- -- lliinn "*ll> I \< 4'1'1"CITY

j t ,) !general. Florida long ago I I A. T. Hoadlpy a healthy, robust Try Gunther's Candies at .

f 1, r rr F', adopted a similar precaution.IN I One thousand\ tons of pig; iron will blacksmith of Tilden, Ind. that for j j Soonlf'l\'S. OF f TAAIPA.

THE WOMAN'S HOME arrive here in a few days from England -j ten ;year he suffered such tortures ..r Mill,," ':..'>ant I \ 1"I i.1 Isr i
e .
'i; Massachusetts: barbers will I-*'*ua'oia. '. inni 'I>
1 | for the L. & X. railroad coil j from Rheumatism as few could endure PIANOS TUNED FOR SI.50. .
Fan"f. i Kiiui I t
hereafter be to stt-ril r.
required zy .dli I --
tuub I pany the shipment to bs rtceived' and live. But a wonderful Chas. W. Presley an expert: who .
the of their trade. This
i; t4 ti how.-.-I i Mr*. W. D. Chiplty rtquests THE land' I change; followed his taking Electric tuned piano: at the World's Fair
tvHduu;; not include the irresi-ti- I handled through; Peneacola: !: for "
flitter "Tw i bottle* wh lly cured! j JEWELER IN
I DAII..xEWS to rtmiLd the and h is reel ntly from Fi" fher'lace: HIS
ble Ho* ni ekqufciice peculiar to the many I other point.- The ultimate destination me," he writes, ":Iud I have not felt ; \

sif ; average tl1ll rial at Us'. friends of the Woman's Home that !| of the consignment is not know n 'I :t twinge iu over a year" They'i I in PhilldelrhiaVill: givyou b-t-

it -- -- Thanksgiving Day is almost here I I regulate: the Kidiu-j>, purify the ti'r wok than you "Vcr ha1 done nr NEW STAN[
THE people of Alabama seem: rap i ,ust now, but it is said to be for the j blood and cure Rhuimati-m.'Nui- tI,) pay. Leave orders. at ills I.flici-.
and th tt it is tilt cu-totn of the managers raiMia t'rv"u"n.improve digtion ***- Phone I ll IS. balm
idly awukeniiig to the fact that their shops at New Decatur, Ala.
1 and giv" ! to give the bectllVaries of this I have moved \
I railroad commission is simply a It is stated that this : "o W. Gunther's my
+ product call Only c. i.t- :it A.D'Aletnherte' Try Candies at 1'3J South Palafox f.iui. .
"dummyand; that, as its powers I I I excellent! institution a suitable en- I dingtore<< Vl8.!\ Pal 1 i Solomon'I
be imported from lla;: Iaod, the duties ;pied by BadtC Co.. M. .1 t ..
t are purely advisory, uuthiu; more : tertainiiifciit in houoi of that holi I better prepared than .-\ r .
valuable than advice is to be : paid, and transported to the Xw i iDacalur barons diaiii", "i-
expect. great in \\
3 day. Those wishing to repeat their 1 Refri furs'eh\ a ve a j .
1 ed from it.MAIVUKS. shops at a more reasonable : jewelry etc. al,1>l -
previous gratefully appreciated do- few left, which we will sell I'let me COU"lIC""ll..
I than it be
1 figure can purchased from : ,
i iI J. STKI'H{
f at cost. Marat
nationand all others who wish: to J- Quinn
may made: in the
Birmingham same: state and i -
in heaven: but in Peiisicola they I do so, may: send contributions to the' I : BRIDAL PARTY' -
less than 200 miles away Of soar !

41tjt 4a just now stun tu be made iu East the Home-the earlier, the better. I the stet I trust is blamed for tLc :' ; NEW STORE $ NEW GOODS I>Foiey's f Kidney \,'Uf/!

t Government *treet. in the immediate __ I nukes kidneys and bladcb ,t.

vicinity of the Journal ollice, Luck In lliinocn.P discriminating: conditions. II I NEIRLiS !

where brother! }!ayes conceals beneath : sending; 13 miles) \Vtu pirey, I Tins cominz cargo will probably !| The couplf wh" will be married

a sedate and studious exterior Walton Furnace Vt., ;got a box of 'at the festival grounds tomorrow I __ I I EVERYBODY LOOKS
j i HUl'kl''II'ru l'a Salve, that wholly be followed by others the demand ;,
? $ the blithe bucouc spirit of many bygone I cured: a hoirible! Fever sure on hi. ; will warrant and all arriving Iteam- i j night will be entertained by the E.-I FOR THE BEST;

May.ur.d Junes. leg Xotliin! eUe could. Positively cambia Riilvs the White's
---- ctiie J5rui-ef. Ftlotf! ricer-, Erup- ers will be loaded for a return trip. j at armory imrnt.1 Pharmacy. ';

ALL England I. LOW smiling over tions, IJoiN Ham, Corns and Piles. Steel rail importations have ended dittely after the! ceremony. Here it is. Call ... -

tv, ? a little card that is on s.tie there for Only :!;)c. Ouar-inteod: byV.. A. I - --- TAE Under-i.rnr-tl ha-; opened a I(:;reary. They are d"l1 l ,. .
t 1>'.\1 mb'rte, druggist, Il: S Pala for the present, and it is aid all j .\1' .\itiiil I'laiur. .
3. fh: two cttits. ai.d which bears the following I fox street. I Drug Bujlllill the HenMiaw i work that can be turn i .

tt Mgnifhant inscription : "The structural steel imported here was I Breaking;\ into a blazing home, I building. 103 South Palafox street, ;jj I prepared: to do any k II. I

j'r 1 t 1- beater: of this i i. hereby permitted to I NOTICE. purchased in German mills $'.) per i,iI some firemen lately draped the I with a full line of Fresh Drills, Perfumes They put oa India rui.ti. i ibeet '

tf"i # f t t { walk the t'arth1111 breathe the airvr' There will be ton lower than it could be bought at I j: Bleepinintnaesfrom death. Fancied Soaps and such other articles I t on the market i.n -. ,

p J. ." a apecnl i security, and death near. It's as are usually: kept in an up-to-date 'as they have a full IIII'!
hit occasionally. Pierpout Morgan:
r'i ; int-etin:,' of 5ft. Horti American mill. The lot handled i I'tires in stock.
;} zi i Johu Bull has evidently accurately 10Q"-? ) It. A. ChapUr Fri that way when you neglect couh3 Drug Puiine Does .
h !
your bUt n- ,
u sized up the gn-at financial bubble : dayevettlu.llt here was an overstock made up by, and: cold*. Don't do it. Dr. King's j, We re-'pectfully solicit a share of'I int I\ ? They can malt; y it _. '

:'M o'clock.JiyirdtTof. the German mill in anticipation of i! New Di-covery for Consumption the public nromi Their .
4 li.i blower. lsof H. P.Secretary.. j patronage, ;;itig; to prices, too are n. 1-
-- --- -- '1 iin. all entire I'they have ample il tit
\v. E. AShER5IIN, a great demand. This demand! did1 Rive perfect protection a;: t give satisfaction, both in' capit
Y i A C( mp.*ttut I Throat. Cheat and Lung Troubles I goods and prices.1hy first-cliii-j carrn:!f '''I. i
k I ___ __ not materialize; and the lot way ; repairing busineD: I D ,I,
a r The Miami! Metropolis recently referred -- I i I\ep it neur.: and avoid ;;uIerinj,', 1 I Prescription Department h is in 4 call on them.
I in at sale the
scooped a bargain by .
death, and doctor's bill..
+ t to the present state clumUtin i tea- charge of our Mr. Walter H. Wl.itwho *-, Scales repaired.FII.iZE1:1..
i L. & N. The entire amount aggregated -j spoonfultop a late cough, will his ( 'f.1 1 ,
the following complimentaryterms Peculiar \I | PDt ue the moot stubborn. PE'f5i..t-1 try utmost to plea-e all lj; 1-.1- .
IJ I/.J.
T ill 1: ; and as the oilice ione; of .' : about Xi_000 tons. le-s and nice tasting; it's guaranteed who may favor him with their or- .! Phone 57.
I I -- -- -- to ati...fy by W. A. D'Alemberte. I ders. A-; our tuck i is
much more importance: thin: i is: generally entirely new -
2 To Itself]j For Over Silly Yearn. .1. Palafox-treet. Price .OOo, and ?1.
and fresh
recognized, the paragraph: i* I we solicit a trial order.
IR". WI1\SLOW'j SIIOTHINS SvKrp bat Trial bottle* frpl
given in full: I In what it is :and \\ hat it does-con- 'j been used for over.izty years by millions -- FINE STATIONERY.C. .
'I' I W. H.
r s Among-t Florid_i'< orliciaN there : t.dnin.the. ln-st Ll7s'! l-purifviiig, !I mothers for their ehllr"nbile teething Hot Rolls, at ;5 I'. m., lOco White & Co.,
ui! ai ,J is no one more thoroughly; equipped I : with perfect nucceas. It soothes the cbllil. :
for the discharge! of his: duties nor I alterative and tonic substances and softens tbe sumsallays all paincares wlnf a doz., at Solomon's.'Iudgitl I rilONKS' : V. Thompson V I. II -

i t one who i il more faithfnllv performing 1 effecting the mo.t radical and : colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea 1 --- Day No. ISO. Ni-ht: X ft. 410 Palafox .
his, woik, thou Hon. It. E. llo-e, per- : It will relieve the poor little sufferer' Immediately :,. the 3 csi fsr 31 i I street ju-t o|1"-
state chemist. During the lirst year inanent l'urrof:; all humors and all bold by Druggists every part 106 South Palafox Street. Ii i new fupplf of !sits--a :ti.d H
he toured the entire state and: maJe II eruptions, relit jug weak, tired, of the world. T...t'laY.IIct'nU n bottle (I'I Papers, white, blue and ('r. u
a large number of seizures of feitil- Be sure you ask for "M rs. WlD=lo'r"'B tootb Envelopes match Oxflrd .-
to -
izers, cottonseed meal etc., which hniniid feeling and building; upi 'I lnll Hyrnp and take no other kind. I I
a did not come up to the requirements,; I the whole 'st'm-is true only of i .Swansdown Flour. al-o Foreign Mail '" wvelopss / 1-

cf the law and since that time he i ) . to match. Ink, P ,

bas bad little trouble althocgh he is I! Hood's Sarsaparilla SMOKEBank Penholders, Klankboi.k-, ,i--
the less Roe
none vigilant. Captain
_ says that in many instances the | Xo other medicine acts like it ; I I HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER. i etc.Phone, alway on hand.
I r Y } farmers themselves are to blame ; no other medicine has done so i 231.
T-I u cause when they they should use sorry have fertilizers had samples be- | much real, substantial good, no I Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansdown Flour will

,, analyzed by sending same to his of. i other medicine has restored health 1 make the best bread that can be produced.VE tBTOIi.I1L.
e .
face/without expense. It will take: and strength at s-o little cost.: I 1.31 1 i ,
r only a week or it;; ti> draw -.implt: I I See that Each is :;,::: :;
4 f t "I was tr "-il.mth! t -r' -Ia! and ttvz' Cigar \\ ARE AGENTS; FOR BOTH.J c2 ;
and send them up to 1'allahassee: tear !I.inl! rij <.M--V.:: For tour i-jonth- 4 .
>tP and get ia returu a copy of the analysis | could E"t -.... to il and: as thi-1* in tact the maw : OUR FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEEHAS
: : j two b. >Uo <1 Hiil' :' con1 i ;<0"
purpose of this office tho-e iuter..stfd I t. "':lk.: antI when I ha>! taken eight botr'e 1could All kinds of chairs and
F'l thouid avail thdusth'l" of their \ XO Et"AL. DOXT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
see as well a> e\.r" S; -IE: A.
right and privileges. TON Withers. N", C. FRANK REILLY rocking chairs at Manton
: The ctti.!e of the state chemist! in I' Noed's Sarsaparilla promises toi Prop., :New Orleans Grocery. $ Quina's. Prices are very

;: Florida is a branch of the commis- I cure and keeps the promise. OLE AG E\T. Phone 105: 8 and 10 W Intendencia fet, low.'it .

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A FLORIDA W. C. O'NEAL, President; No. 5GOO. M. CLARK, Cashier; ," 'i! .'' ij

S. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; Cashier. I'J



INDICTMENT I! Designated Depository of the United States."t ;, ;

1_ ,. FALK'S -- I Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22.! 1002. t : :, I 18


.u i ,r..KJ lea ... FEDERAL GRAND JURY MAKES I Time Loans... ...... .................. .... |:34n.3549S Capital Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... $200.000.00 t : I II

I Demand Loans. ..... ............ ...... .... 1199W74! Surplus FundUndivided .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... IO.OWU'0 I '
; RETURN ON A CASE WHICH I Overdrafts; ..... .... ...... ...... ............ oft" 74 Profits...... ........... .... .... 15.256 97 I I,
Z w> U. B. Bonds and Premiums........ ...... 214,2iBb7) RediscountsCirculation ... ......... ...... ......... .... 64,071.57 "
PROMISES TO BECOME KNOWN Stocks, securites, etc.... ...... ...... ...... 2.625.UO' ...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125.000 0 t I
Furniture and Fixtures:... ...... .... .. .... 6,718.43 Deposits ............ ...... ..:.. ...... ...... -lii;,OI6O: i
I ISTORE [. R. Stamps.......... .... .... ... .... ...... 74t3 "
ASATURDAY OVER THIS COUNTRYDEFENDANT Cash and Exchange.. .... ..... ... .. .. .... Jj?.S05J!:! j jI I II
*bG9,3GU9 f 61,36-l.59!

and MONDAY I This bank opened for business October 2J: J9 O. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give :
your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ;

United States grand jury this 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. !

l:: -November 22 and 24 :_ morning returned a true bill against
t I 1 1If I
e Joel E. Smith, former editor of the --- r
'S;. pressly offered and agreed that he ATTENTION. l Viiii Hnlliriti at the B<-i.ton Shot t: ;i< i
r.Q ( Monticello Constitution and The
,.' .- k I Slurp They Are Good I
WATCHTHIS L would pay the salaries as aforesaid I
.4 *" ,( >; lit''t1 = ,\\\t \ Reporter of that place. I I Ii
ln-,1 .'. I for the time and aforesaid Cliipley I/jjht lnfentty (
t'J- ( -: ; period as ; i
; ; 1 Smith is i under arrest, and U now I I of'I'
\ : There will be '
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a special meeting
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i : 'it.r/t I that in furtherance of said scheme a
: .- '..fJ. 'fJ. '" : i .' out on bond of S.lHis offense is the company: Thursday night, Xov'j2Utb ; The Best Shoes H
SPACE : !. t / ,. ; rj t : ':;irr : i I a violation: of section 5153, Federal few of the persons who accepted the I at 8:00!:' o'clock, to discuss the ; .

\ : : ;-- i '1:' i.'t'1 1 otter as aforesaid by sending 525:! and Jacksonville! for 'I '
: : "; yi'j't'J:. ., },:", :. :, :Statutes, and the case promises to trip and arrange AlHi I E ; f'l I I.
o f. ;,';;?-oc'i-'' '\ \10; I subscriptions were to actually receive: Thanksgiving ball. All membersII I I
\ .J"N. <., j' "t j ; soon become of national notoriety. I I ;: 1 II, Ii";
a : v.\t.'if...\ ,.:.'..'._'. """"" ...,;.., I. aI watches bicycles Jia: agreed and are requested to be present. '
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: I ; -: f'. 4' :", '.": 9.JJp': | The scheme was on the "endlesschain" order ofCAIT. 'I
l'f'l. '.' .. : By ;
"' "' ::< -'" .. were to actually receive salaries as tm A t tm. : -
: I :
.\.. ': : .:.:1'., j-.l.-. ;; 1-...::,< ..'/'is.JOJ ';; !! :;:. ::. i! order and wa? certainly a aforesaid in said advertisements, to C. B. PARKIUU.. I : r : :

1" \ J. R. LAncu,1st: Sjrt. ,
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shrewd It devised
: : ,:1tt : one. was by I ,
0 : I the end that their! testimony and -
(I : : '- : i! Smith so cunningly that from a subseripioa A BAD LIVER CURED. i ''t

t'. ,' I r } list of a few hundred the I letters might induce a greater number A bad: liver i is the of mo-t The i
1 8 _: ; ; C'lu-a; ( Right Direction ;,
.". .. fG .". tl f '.. ',. ,..- I I of persons to accept the said offer the ills with which the human 'f'l ( c
.. II Ir- ,... paper was soon accredited with '
t ):( I and send to the said Joel E. sutlers. The bet vay to overcome 'i E (
; G : .:) CO 000 readers: through; a tnanipula- this uncomfortable condition I is to ) I

9 tion of the "ch me.I Smith money and subscriptions; have a liver remedy upon which POST THAT DIRECTS SHOE ; i.

that it was then and thEre the purpose you can depend. HEPATICURAi! I
The u-ual proceeding was to secure is the thing which will give you :" : 2H:9.a&;:1@O.HS.Cte. ir.i.z.tll.O.3. 1S.:$CPL9Os I of said Joel :K. Smith, as a part gre-it deal of ploiirfrom! its use I I- I
o one youu lady in a town to do somewriting ONLY TRIED AND HONEST f : '
and j
of said ?ciienie, and by means of said speedily r*-! 'r/- you to health i I
o at home at a salary of $2:; a I I Mr. Jag. '.MirSair: of Peimcola: !i VALUEHOES AP.E HERE.i .
i ;eHo advertisements, etc., sent out and I I Fia., says: I have h.utnine" trouble I i i 11 I
; mouth providing she induced six of !
I with liver for about
I caused to be sent out as: aforesaid my a year i. .
e her friends to comply with terms set I I II' i. a half. I leave: tried a !good many i :
through) the post office establishmentto kind*: of medicine, also phy.-iciau*' Shoes for Men. ;
TII: N out in :Smith'sadvertLement, one of I I treatment, but found! no relief until I ;
induce a great number of persons j .1 ,
tie I I i I took HKI'AIILTUV bottle
which was to send the schemer $23: !
to send him the f 23: each and subscriptiens bus so much improved, me that I Shoes for Women. i I'!

for steady employment at $:O per | have gained even pounds in weight! j I.V; I
: and thereby accumulate :a i
in,:mth. If this chain was broken by in three week;. Sly! appetite i i. good Shoes for Boys. I
1 8Brs' Repository large sum of money; and that the I II and that: had: ta.ttI I had :n my I V i j
e only one, none of the parties would I:. mouth is all goue. Sold: by ail drug .y f I I
B | get a cent.Watches. said Smith then HId there knew btd. I. Shoes for Girls. :t

that it would be impossible for him --- -- I 'I I II
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r and bicycles were also I School Shoes and Dress t : I
to perform the agreement ; that
: 509-511 South Palafox Street. ae olft'red for a small service. V, ; ,
Smith: did not intend to give or send JOS : GOhE lAN! "' I
!' Under these tempting conditions :: U p..ol .'t .ol .t .0& r t .& .0( .+( I I I
I to the accepting his olfor as !
/ persons
e hl
LINI: 01'-0 I I "
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-- thousands of dollars are said to have .

9. I been received by Smith, who sent a contained in advertisements: any II I 212 S. Palafox St" The Prices are Right as well as the E Eshoes. I

; .... 1 I watches or bicycles and Hot to :give j 1
) I number of correspondents enough; I I
.: l ggies, Wagons and Harness i ;: money to secure testimonials in or- I them thesalaryotfered, but intendedto I Call and See for Yourself. i : z
defraud them of their time and
t: ta 'der to further the scheme by their I
;: .-::" .. ".e.e"'H.otO.m.ooe"ao asos e.ooaoa aeaaa.. i labor without gluing them :anything: I Boston Shoe Store I I
publication.: So was returned -
I of value therefor, aud then and there I I : i iI
on account of a broken "chain." I'I i Leading tit *-.iifh r.nUt.\. !
,- intended to get possession of such -- - ---
f If ( -=
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The indictment details the scheme I
:'.:,1 : i II t, !II ,t I a i i: ti II C'r'r If c'r f r i% I! ninnies as should be sent and convert I i f, t(0( !r (I\ (\ \J\J\ fJf. t 'iE
in the following excerpt, to-wit; !
I same to his own use. Clothier & i CrlttiH Hl rr .i < l li
That Joel K. :Smith did then and
I Hon. John Kigali, United States j' '
g Welcome to All\ Visitors there devise the following scneme i : .!
:and artifice to defraud divers per- : district attorney hsiisted by :Mr. r.1 q INVITES:

Pasco, prepared: an able piper ia the I :-f.) '" I cq I'I
"ous, to the grand jury unknown, to Jj CARNIVAL I Ir t
--\1'-0 indictment, and a conviction; i is not i I 11 UtI 1)) U ; &
:: be effected by sending out by and II ==- I'd!

doubted. I I I. J ...VISITORS... ; ;
i through: the po-toifice establishmentof ; ; i
Louis PostolHce Inspector Fred Peer of I 1 i i I lfja
Friedman & Co's !
ft? the {'nitEdtats: of America certain l\f\ rll\\ \ I ? t
as the Chattanooga division; worked ii. to call avid in-u| 'ct hl.j' Rte URAN U ffi1 'I'

advertisements, circulars and I. \J| ,.;\ IMMENSE STOCKof '
up the case. Mr. Peer I i.j in Peasa-;: !
ARGE DEPARTMENT STORE. letters to divers person', unknown : A Gent-' Youth1and .c.;; :::.. I Ie i
t: ilL I today; Iut he doesn't take kindly to J"f\' ) Boy,;' Cl.'thitlg S on. I afil I! } II'I
to the grand jury, in which said advtrtiements -
fcsto j the idea of being! interviewed on the II I !r.. Hat' Capand I uderil I :; ; ;
circulars and letters, I i : Kvery-
-'> t' extend you! one and all to make *c ca-e. He will have a great deal to I { j thin,: requi-ite.. a DAILY .I"I
tif, the said Joel K. Smith, alia J. = MENUS : ,
I perhaps when the case i is called i "ntlpm"Il" completeaud :
1 I 1 for trial, which! will be at the spring! It. i I C"mpriall tillt.I'.r.; ;. 1 r
all or aid person who would send : for ( k Date Di-hf" the .Varkns 1 I
iI | 1\ t.ironMtypr's : :; ,
: ie city, where you will receive polite at- term of court. I \
I : ClotlniiL( .
him ?U3and!; :25: subscriptions for the I (If the \V-.ila '
I I Smith :engaged Jno. A. Heuder- ( j .\: Murohy'-j'
: : and all courtesies period of to the Weekly Afford.Ladies' !:
'm we can assure IJQU. i oue year j teasx : nod Ju; -r'- : :
son, Esq.; of Tallahassee and Hon. : .
Constitution and The Reporter (then I -
: Thos. L. Clark, of Monticello, to defend j rtft : '
a and thtre purporting to be periodical I I I
l olo-e
vVt are headquarters for Dry Goods, % *: pubh-hfd by the said Joel! E. i him. It will bz readily seen I II j KflngfGood, bought:1II.j will bf : Private i --; A. !It' i

: Millinery, Ladies' Furnishings ; that a great legal battle will te -:, .:!. sold vu clo-se margin.Yours ; .
MTT Smith: watch or bicycle and employment I : Dining Parlor. ;! ; I
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: fought between thee 1 legal giants.,: I i ii r
k -- I
also Shoos Clothing Gents' Furnishings :,
for a period of 12 months
The case U a parallel to the celebrated for Trade, jl'I '
Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Trunksand IUS at a salary of f.'O:! per month, and by I 10 ,
Cherry Tree case of Helvetia, : I J

Valises, in fact we handle every- varying said otter and agreement in II I X. C., or the Seabreeze 1'o-t case of : Joseph Coleman. i I ..; Regular! Dinner Daily. :: 'i r I'I t

uie of the said! advertisement, I -- --- -- --- III i I I
to be found in General
ling a Depart- -
I Florida, each: of whicn were imI : I
circulars and letters in this, to-wit .! ". 1
lid. iJent 81- I' portant actions.: Sti'Ht Orders I'n'injxly i I I f }
t. oft,'riug and agreeing in some of
-, ; I II I HARD _:t I inttight: ..r Day."JO II ; I
the said: advertisements, circulars!' I, x>
\ ) .\ '\I'I'S(' ) Tt) PLKASK CIt\ and Irtt'T. to give employment forth Rheumatic: sullercrs; find Hood'- -
for'' 11:1' "' 01'" thing (. "i !" t .it 1
; Sarsaparilla a permanent cure t l
((11 ri >d of eight or time months I cCt2 }'Jl. "'i-L. you'II 11',0,1 ..itJ I
their inll lined and .swollen joints ; .

lOUIS FRIEDMAN & GO. : and gaudof by uttering the said and adverti.-ements agreeing in, .l! and still mu=cltis..-- 1 I,, BRICK cJ Nick' Apostle's :::;0'' i ; I ,: f

t a cin.ul- and letters to pay: a salaryof (i Mother lira1tt'r'u. Powders farChildn I I Popular Restaurant. {

'JR } J"" ji1:BJI311JI r JJI ES. il\.t *I lo; monthly ; that as a further I Isucees.tufly used *y :Mother Irll\. nur- in I : ,- ; r- x
'J f\ '' M \, \' :> \ \< 1 ;V NJ; V D) Vi \ .' \ \i I M the Children' home Iu New York' Cure :| JJAJ I)13 J)1
tit -aid( scheme the said ',
-- pare employment i tt-Vfrttbiiess Knit stomach, Teetliini; Sir .liu '
ordr ..niiiveana rfKulai the tolll'.b anl: I.i\1UDVUU1YU11U11)
a; aforesaid was to cousnt of I 1"-%tro)' Worms, uver 311--1 I testimonials. ALMS\ ON HIND(; ) ,: ..
S. BEARD, I Tki urn flfjAt nil druzgtsts'Sie.; I"lIm-
such Iwrould as accepted the oiler VII Ftire:, addrrs!s Allen i. OinstJ! I.eI i,
.N t. BALL
A TTORNEY-A T.LA'if. and agreement afoiesaid becoming i Roy I I I
tity tli-1 public thit'uff :: ;.
i : r Co. i- till ..u ()lie.--..oit Thttxfti ISuil.lin: ,. agents: of the said Joel K. Stunk j It KWJIS the Pert -Warm and. Dry. 1 I i .HALF. t.. h.. 11\0 und!, r t
i 'f :- DO truth wlmcirculated Ask tn.dll" for AIlt'f'" ,'wt-F.aseI powder II
Hour .
Ollice : >
s.'U 1
a. h. to p. m and ol such persjus-haviag become It cures rhilliliiiii-.SII.Sweating,Sore, it.fU-plc.4 <>J ,
: : by our' L'u:; ) ((1.111. to (iAi; p m.raiticf l .tctinghatnp tvri. At All druggists and I I "'f .
t' w. had di-oon- ia nil tint- and rdi-ral i-ourt agents as aforesaid-writing; letters shoe stores J"ic. HOPE LODGE, NO. 257 I Il
I. All tiuMiifi"> cntru'.tiil t in will --- --
t.i \ tllt.Ul ha-; been i in. riciifir.'inn -TO- i
| sod ht--iit .uc'ntnui and sending out advertisement: cir- ,
i: .t.:-r :lad will h reiij'f'MiteiuJ : ---- !h"j"ttic 13t'sf jl"r 5c. uill1.tH; oTHorior r ;
'.tV. I alii ;' culars and letters through the post.I i iI 1'
I i- fin! All < I I AT \KKISUTON: : I-LA., '
:: er-on
:.. r I office establishment of the United ONE MILLION I ,
.1 j
: ul.l !him at ; TANK 1VNG G GII GALL I I IN: OliD 1-i.U-mVS HALl. i

c.. c, 1'. 2'.. States which the advertisements. MARITIME. I II
K.: >. ('K \VF\: THURSDAY
I i circulars and letters were to makeand I I NOV. 20, 1902, t l'j '

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Hot Chocolate with contain an offer and agreement AYR.n FOR BENEFIT OF RELIEF FUND. '
*; Gunk Wmd-braat, IP. Haa e, Hamburg -
Aliped Cream, at Sole- 'I t '!'on the part of and in behalf of the to nmster II Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. fo-hnieuN.. wit ba Hervfd. { ;;
tlan t ( t 1 1L
I ,..Cnipley... i said Joel E. Smith, alias J. E. Smith, r

CAlA tX URSION 1 to and with the divers persons to B. H. FAIRCHILD, i ADMISSION, MEN, 59 CENTS ; .

i I whom they were to be stilt. i C'PDOr..STERErt.i : I .-\ ) .9i'ttli:4 :. i I i a i.

CITY OF TAMPA ;, Light Infantry : r 1 said persons being! to the grand: juror i 33 EAST ROMANA STREET. I Ticketwill Ifcludlfr"e tnnportatiin : ,
i f"t t -iMtrind
-- OHH lady Irom
unknown, that he, the said Joel Corcef Work and Refinishing Furniture a Pen i r
i ? I to tit'arrinrtuu.
i'cy: -.f Ttmpa.Irir.ttP : will Thursday, Nov. 27th, I I Cap city 50,000) Daily !
\. from ,il1I! i ixliltou ': E. Smith, alias J. E. Smith, would : Special I

and Peus.ico-1: ATARMORY watch or bicycle as aforesaid i OYSTERS
\Vk. i ;give a I liono 403.I AT NIG APOSTLE'SFine '

r.-N from Milt-m to j ji jr HALL. .: to each and all of said persons who I _

i !,- th" wtt-k. revi i 'I, would send to him $25:! and i5 subscriptions i R. K. WHITE, I f-
GOOD MUSIC! ,< .-* GOOD TIME! 1efv1inan Brick Go "Vtertoday. Trv.tH'U. !. &
Jeweler .
as aforesaidtuat: in tne Matchmaker Mannfactnring : P'';:TL::: i
o. ce at Sclcmon'a.' THF PUBLIC IN\ ETED. I Nr
----- _._ circulars, advertisement- letter and Graduate Optician, Ij I Try Gn *h\ ai-dicsat
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.Jxst jr JL I I If /Subscribe: for TILE NEWS; lOc per week. aforesaid the said Joel E. Smith ex- il Soitk PaUfoi St., PfD'atol.,11A -. Pine Barren Fla. Solomon's. 9tTHE !




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Pure Ilea .on.. of the tlirnnlo Trnnkii FurKnterniff ... surgery. i,i The Matinee Girl!

lt.rctor do think an liberation i =

1'0"-i: Cavils having been sent cut will !I.., invessar.x'lIl1.:" aid the :anxious gi

0 s 1 Pi Palatable to in.'ii..i: rat: with. the inquiry! "Why parent. !!!J ihejlay!

lJ.i! t' i unity : a lane nuni'ier ofr "
i "Yes.i.r.: rcplid! tins:;illi'il: *ur-
( ..:.u' to hand, from whicht. '
peo'i. "Hut tirst: l nng m,' the lu.ittns THE WDST A'-! : _
1'r Po mar. .. l .. i> .. : ;:seli-eted: ,
the Uiy sli-'jw on.
'I 1. ..:'- what 1 hate been trying for

lieu I ,1 ;\ ars to Cud out.-X.:' I It was brought.Th CAlEi [
(? surgeon found a hole In It. Hei JAR
eta Millions "M.'iried I to get even with her mother
aa ,- are Eating i enlarged the hair felt around inside
,! but nexer han-W." I'
Matta-Via j the mattress and presently brought OF THE
'rt. '.
"I'.ei--iiise: Sarah told me that five I :

PRE Di ESTED. "1i e Perfect.Food." other .xounj!; men had proposed to her. forth a ptteeof" Jewelry. 130-
II "There, sir.: he said "is the breastpin 1 ron=i=;< of x
TNOEOUGy1Y COOKED -< l. had swallowed. t' 'ti+ y' ,: IIn .. in II 11SI .'
thought: > -
Malta-Vita with you your
i "1'''ie father thon;:Lt eight\ years'couruu' t' )t n.l Lnt:! t! ,. .
SCIE9TiFIC ftliD MYGIEKIC. milk and I i i vati rcuIiTfii! ., i i. .
,it or
was: almost Ions I'IIIJU-b.-B.;: ids:. in.: 1'0.111'0.)1.11'110,. ..fa'ui
"Then there won't he any operation /t . NrilMSrnrl irx- Malta-Vita jt ''M
sugar. t stir me up.-J. ) r
I necessary!" excl.iimed the overjoyed viiiun' nit .' ,
t YYW b/W_. ... ...... N4 W ._ Y"YN YW and sliced bananas "B,-tulse 1 did not have the: experience k rich g-\' .1
.. .... ... .
rt r tM with cream, delightful I haxe now.L"'fha's parent."No f glut df the t>-'aut) LI '... .
other ojieratlon rejoined the 1 x:nl'a of plan .
DELICIOUS AND NOURISHING.uia dishes. ; the same question nyfriewN "

l .. .... ...__ surgeon. "The bill will U $111. Thank. How lo Maln llli'Tf .
tWY UBMU UM ?* *WYs uui a-k me.-C. II. .
,,1' YYY W N4 W Y1 The fury will get along! all right now. nml| .., ,11 r.r
t Requires no Coaling. "1 xx.iuted: couiiiaiiion of the .1 nr nUtaii Oit. I'
oppo5iti I''Ii't l "I sr tn >
UN td afternoon. rhieago lYibune. .1'i
: ",'\. l'. s.-she is still oppobite. .j 1 dt-i.m Ut..l .ttrnfr :: '.
ti ( lUni. OK, t, rx: p.-f._
I MlLT.HITA PURE roaD [CCMPAK' \.. W! ,him di-plKn laliel, In
.\ Cncstitii uf n. nltl..n. I U"I.! i.o.d Iia.'i.Ohnt.I
I "i !it I is "
-r.ns.: just my luck.-P. J. 1 4 XUntt.'il I I1.1..IOH.If..r' Il
-- -- = "I !: said the earnest
--- SU'I'''>I' young l < .'' ,-
"I .'t.:rued for Ct.'nll':1nr."e now .
Anlt In !'olllru.1. writer, "that I will U' nx-ognizeil when !J. .!<. KfHitl- "I.
I hate all (S-lntnf Vtn t-tlT.'J f
it the tillll'-Kal'1.
kccnr 4.i. Turf ''!tm!:lint;. :\ ( La'spIS"i'II.' : n rrem-h explorer I am no longer: alive""Of l a'. <>nl.-rfur nn" p .

: t 1' s U. K't-iit! *. XK-I-! <'i.iiniiia of h in traxeliii;: throuuh: Siaia; ale "Ill tie exhausted; all the figures In I course you will," answered the r" .lit I:,,*...,hire-l\t. Ubttlt|Jr.l"* : I l'-. ".

i rv '..' .I....ty ela'! !*, d-rlan-s. ti.II. in his Mr\ed I a species of small pray: nuts I t:.t' antluaetic! to ti;'iire out an answer cheerful editor, "unletJS j-oti have the t.nnih! : ThrU.ah i" '. ;''b4yu. ; .'

in!., tU.'rv is, tK. luudi ;ji tiulitiuK'I wliit/b were ni'xx- to him. These nuts to jour '" Hetxx'iH'ii mnltiflicatiou I misfortune to get bloxx-n tip by dynamite I Cayic Opt ea. AOsit" iovs /rslan/' iirllstiriltnij: ,ir;' '
t I irrli.if. >f
!'M> little si'i'tiinont' in couiii-ction were much eiv.iged/ in traveling.; They I j jlixed and division in the family and distraction or mangled in a railway wreckor ----- .. WCI.U".j h., .

} t .t i r.iciiijj; IIIult':' l'a. In 111':1'J': in damp! places and went introops. > in addition, the answer Is something of that kind."-Washington ARMOUR PACX1HG{ CO. Armor!! Station Kansas C. '
i : {
i t : .,''iiioit on !h'lr..l.. !III' say*?. th*'re To Ins surprIse he noticed : Lard to arrixe! at.Old1all.! : ." Star. : ; .

g i I., 'sntf to s- i.'i.n; -'s nf the aiming them from time to time an occasimal "I married to get the best; wife in the I I ---

":oJ o," s.., >!|itijil| lie ant which was much tarter 'orlI.mou.: A T.I04'p.
"Uecau.s-e 1 asked her if she'd have |I I ,
o 'i ,01! tnt: 'I'thing than the others and moved at a much I I|I "I wonder If Lucy [is engaged to that A : IV1:11: t
me. Slie: said she xvoiild. She's L T
'!' ', \ ". m.. :ji 10\\ iftttr pace: and each of these IIrgtrpats !i ,! young man who calls on her so often': g J.L.1

} t- rt I ispurt, and Dot M. .Meissen saw always carried Tone me.-Ulivius. -Detroit Tree Press. asked the ;gossipy neight>or. 1

U !' 1' of the gray ants on its back. While I I "I don't know," said the other gossipy ;-ITCK.-SOR( : '10 A'JoRYIIL".I: !:
n TI.. Cacne of Gp .rrii.r .
r 1 the main l-udy of gray ants were al- j ) neighbor, "but I doubt it I understand
i tv i ::1"i ;t-v \mi. ;.ir.. uisen has explained the periodical IHPDRTSR AXD JOBBER OfJJIRMINJHAM
t xxiy< on foot, they were accompanied ': he writes for a comic paper
i : \ \ I I". I. "i i'fifdi cruptii i if :geysers in such a satisfac-1 I
j i1 h4 l I.\ at least one of their own Sort and heads his column 'Nothing:: Senuus. -
; 1'.1: \ ''''-
: Urtte
i tory manner that doubt i.s no louderposible.
mi'iintcd on one of these larger ants. ; .' "liuffalu Express. I-IARDW 3 IL:
I ... .. .
.r t1 K'l : ( U,.' A caxt'rn tilled with water lies y' ;
: C L
It mounted and detached itself now ; Ji'i f I I'- 'ill.' I, ..s 11-! deep in the earth under the and
,! 'li 1'C and ilu-u from the line rode rapidly | Ill* Iiiooinnla ('OIllI.Jt>h')" Cored.
; I !..It : 1' ,.- :
> >
i ni ;0' "tnty the water in this cavern is heated
ITi t zr to the head, came swiftly Lack to the by They tell me you have cured Iron, X.nU.: Axes. I-'flV'' 1Kw I Mill 'nnl f: O'
rc1 "1"1 -t |I'laYII' .1 i'l ta! *-x ; the earth's internal heat far IlltO\'e 212 .
liar and seemed to Le the commander j of chronic insomnia:* SupplirC.'okI'm ; slid H"'ltlm1"; \'*'' I'I| : n I
,) 3 I i. tl i t. I'. ta' r i ;ii-'i: of,: at expt-dition. The'xr.lorer was I, decrees, !since there ill a heavy hydrostatic "Yes. I'm completely cured." Window Olu: ,. (}utt-. Pi-toi and Ki-liin: L\

rr. 1''I! i T' I' I'alla't n.It! i Lltrr i it arising from the

'J ., : II:!) 1'- satislied that this fpcek-s of .ant em- |! weight pressure of water upon in the iiassage or natural I "It must lie a great relief:' Agate and Tiinviiro ana Kouscfurnishiju'!! t ; IUt .

1 11111\ s a larger ant, possibly a drone of "Relief! I should say it was. Why.
1i t that leads from
standpipe the subterranean
h K .i. s N. \\ '",.'r. the -nme siHcies, Just as we employ I lie awake half the night ihinnin 'AOENS FOR KOLLIXO MH.f.! (t'"" :, ', ]
; IFitz' chamber to the surface of
I! ,.. "! It I ,, 'IIII"- s to ride upon though; scarcelyIuol ,i i( the eirth.Afttr Low I used to suffer from it."-Clex'eland Revere (>iUit I 8titch"d! BeitlnNorthit'! .: ; >>

+j ,I.Ir :, \ .. !,., 1 tiun: one ant in each colony Plain Uenlc'r. Wheel Co.. L iftin & R md Powder Co.. J ',- '-
1 i n time the temperature of the -online, Iron Kn-r and Ruck .
,. seev' lee provided with a mount !I Stoves, and U I. .
i I i water below rises, so that steam is given -I ( -'uP* & I'o.V: H- w Hide Lace Ltaihi-i: '-.
I Cat Oat Cnnt.
I : .- 1 I off in spite of the pressure and the :Made Rii'.ro-id' Colors.
+ firrt IIarte.Ii j Honor to the strong man In these
I" r column in the exit tube is
\.. -i I 1 ::: ti-e] ] of n>Utinl en<,..Mary: 'j jSiu gradually I Ares who bits shaken himself !lorKe! ot Musosic T(1faiiee # P-li-( I
forced ,
upward. The reUn k I : that Uret llarte pressure shams tutu i is For in tl. ,
** 1.1' I it lIy.1" sacs I nex'j j something -
: -
I' and the disturbance! of the water then i '
i,i'l' .' r: t''i: lId" personality lie also way of being worthy the first l'
the contents of the subterraneanehawbrr
&j. I -i : !1.,1! ,: ,'4.! nil of pvoplu regarding him is that one be. Let cant cease TIle Star LannclrBiggest
i i to flash into steam and expel: :
I. I' ; 'I ..I Jii -t," i I ftit '- siiij; only not for himself j jV I at all risks and at all costs. Till l'llItcease : : t
the contents of the exit pipe violently.
.1' i .1 :- ,. '! \ \ d 1 1't: you tell me it was Bret i notLiiis else can ill.-l'arIJle.! :'. '
These eruptions may also be proxokedby
jj ; I I. .1 \ ,u> sat next me at dinner last ;'
ii1ti throwing! clods of turf into
; stones or Busiest Best 1
The W
,I' Id- V v !U. i, l.iI.; x'ailtd one of societx' siu.irt- rsi form. ,
basin of the geyser. The water in !
!iir I -1 11iin II., |I' st .> 'rur: m.-iuiii.s in a note to her Multitudes are Pinging the prai-f r ----- ---
eavern below is disturbed by this
1 ,4i ; '! .i N ji : ,. I'i\. vIi hiisi the un,rliug; after a large '.Iill'I means. of Kodol, tile new discovery which

''1.1 i I 1. in :..t ," i t.i-! err l irty. "I Lu: \'u' always to is making so many sick people well

I ,.. ." I i.jf. t him. and I \vmilil have butt l su flee roinptatnt. :
1 anJ weak people! strong by dh'p-tiii.1-:
lit'lMX'iiC:;'! '. bad I ovly I known \\ 1.11 II.,' Jane was a patient in one of the They Speak
what they eats by clpuu-in' aril
J fit' l 'I..r < ..,. to 111'1.1'. j iit-iyalror! was," ":-lJw.; why i-aii't! a 1 XM 11'i lirPlllllie\ hospitals. She boasted a '

,Vt1} \\ 'n'.. \ I' ?' lllix .: I Ih; 1.1 i, man r.-iix.! that this "s'irl of tlnur::; I is coug'-i which was more than suspected! sweetening: the stomach and bytransforming ,

t ,: i 1r I 'I( > i .1-1 I .r i MS, ..eons ihstiUiiiir'r" Miieried the IIl11hor.0 to be a "fake" cough rather than their food into the

4 i .'I Illl'i: "I l Ii' Mill not ." i t pi| the l xi horn the ho"lIud! forxvj'rdi'il IKTfriend's bronchial or pulmonary. kind of pare, rich red blood lI'alm.lkt'iI I. a g for Thelllseires\ .I .
feel all MrCrantill.ofTroy y :_ ,<
.: 'r jar f' l.i: m'nil! ourr. Morcw is a tut'!iiilicr Mrs. talked The kindly young:: physician in yon ,good I. T., writeFor over. _

1 I ; '.., all: .\l1I rlc'an team that will got with the and found me uninterestingas charge of the ward allowed her some number
I a of years I was troubled We let tIf'! S'; in-. (
t nw I I'P' c'KCsi thisf.ilL a l. nv could she expect, to find harmless remedies. One day! he said with indigestion and il.v-pi-p-.ij! '
and Putt, Luniul .
we r >" i >
-- mo interesting U.-CUUM* 1 xxas au au to her: which grew into tlie wor-t f.irm. ;
P t I Murray 1,1-avri Hnolr. Lenxe. I ".\ Jane I fear you are a bad case I Ih Finully I Way induced to tier Kmlo' iF ilnmtlvHThfy! win: : ilk I" .

'f i' } 1:11\: :1111'1'11'ho has nwn.-wtl the i thaw"A of hyiwchrondria:'' and after u-ill!!, four bottle* I am on r i I: tutu we e.lII.Va t. In. "I I

I' ,}1 ,, ,, 'roxuli'iHV! tram of the Eastern league Musical Tlnl. "Is that it, doctlier?" said Jane, tirely cured. I heartily recommend -m,. i.imr by tliH w"rkI'f' d! > ; fi' ',."

1' tj r }I ,i! 1 full for siiiiu years, has l>wn: A Uoniba.x man has constructed n much iuiptcEscd. Kodol to all sutlers from indige-tion I we -,..\'.

ay i " to t.-iUi-1'ltarijf of the ('(llom- bedstead priced at liuiuo rupees. It is The next morning there she was and dPPpIh. Take a do-n aftei ti J

c !fir ::11.>! > ti-.iin in the AiutTiran iissociutioaT : thus Ueserileil; "It has at its four ..'01'- again, asking for her little dose. meal It digests what yin ('aLl ,-- -.

} ; '11'\' season.t mrs four full si/ed. gaudily dressedIrer.u "I'm very bad with it the day docther. I HarjrH iduey l Pharmacy ahl1.: John IJI"P/lrd'i ALL WORK C.O.D. GOdS Csillf f fflf M D.'lltrcil Fr-i-J.; : :
--- --- "
; daniM'ls-those( at the head .

; I 't '' ; :(.re la noe<>nirli medicine Nn pop I liiiiUiii'4! IJlu,)u>'. while those on the right "With what?" asked the doctor. TELEPIIJPE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

: .: :li'n! FllleII'II" '\ ;nil 'far. It .mil: : Ict't hold tans Beneath the! cot is ""'id what ye were naniin fur me miRES WEAK MEN FREE. I

t L a :;i I' d',. no Opt ites I
nil.steal box U'liMi exienda the whole '
I : I yestiddy. she replied. "It no WALKED Ir
it+ I fills to carV.. .\. D'A1etu JaUte I GRAHAM Manager.
d i leii.iii i of the cut and is capable of peace at all lust night"ALL ,
I't 6 :",1:16.: IVl-ifox St. Ilnsurr. L'-xe and Home r'
a floppy -- -- --
pLixiitK twelve charn..11! ; airs. The -
I ..
o A. 511' 0 n.l": .. ,! iun,ie U-L-ins! the moment tin' least pres- : WHO U.;E ATOMI/KRS in I fur All \VIEiLY: :"CIIEL.3Ul 1 i .- "" -- "" ,

.: ', 'b' 1' K ",A \ Ii" ,.. \,".,,'.} I' '1,.' ;; sure Las Ut-ii brought to bear trout the I treating nasal catarrh will get the How any of iinn ufTerinj"\J.y"ull'Jrly! trnntx cur.tnt liini\\v..flfnflfiyar k- FOR STEAU DIVISION I

: -' I top xx'Inch ih created bye oiie sleeping; bet result from Ely's Liquid Cream \ ors, lo,t \111,111. niiibt lo .sr,. VBrirm--le. I \ 1winsrw
//-fi 7-- ..itt nod the moment! the ftc.aml enlarge Miiiill v..ak IIrotn': to tail) i'lNB.LCOL.tit.i-c (t1CTI'ad.: tll. HAR I ff /
t ,
.. .; r iI' CIMM-S
1 r ,, <--.j// Balm. Price including !sprayingtube !I stir ar.>
-- -. -- ,- illlh\ ith.Ji r.e-s. U hile the music: is in 7oct-t.; Hold n'l.lrepi to Or. Knapp ;\t..dll'all'u.. !I..!< .\I Ii W A Y CO H'A\Y I ; .
r by drug'i"ts: or | Hull! iutldtng.; l II..:roll. Mich and the y ,I ,
the the hell
1 11 is 'Pit teUdcrLI! Uld""rh.., ; Ioai75 lady Imnjoistb at mailed by Ely .Bros., m Warren St. will gla'lly scud I free re. .-ijl with full .llr..ctions leave fcnaacola tor :M '. I..,
s' I manipulate: : the stnn;::s with their linu'ers so t'ml anv man nun PRMIV Carr Iniii- ,ilaroa Hilt| :Ar Oa. Warrlcgtoc. Ntvysad IIr'
J. .'c at r 1 Yrt4ei'iit.: xxh.lf be did: New York. I Brit Rt honif. TUIK ispt-rtalnly a mo-t irt-a 1 tort Harriiocss ataa90am.arrlveatPort ., I Iy
and! their heads while the
i LI *x e !, and ;
; ; :: i .; : x\iy last uu- rromr'tfer ihefiiliowinufxtraftolakfiiIroin
e! r r ) 1\\ .. :reciii damsels at the bottom fau New Orleans, Bept. I, 1900.Messrs. I th"lr Belly mail allow what men think: K.rranca, .Iv i \
:, I! tt"h i luMit. m. Fort ., _
: a .ro'lrllini' of grner0lq." arCIT\> at Uarra at : /; 0
1I'T the: sleet-er to *lecl.Foley's ELY: l BROS : -I sold two IO"p.m.arrln'all"nrl :
I : ; s j, t..;. I ranl.hih I, bottles of I ' l4.r'-"I.-a'" accept my 'tnrcrethnnU Hnrrano i i u. tl.. & t
your Liquid: Cream Balm for your ..1 rwui date. I ImM'mVfii sao p. UJ-arrivt-at Fort H.I nu.c'n ) .s; :. I .
i ; ,... .! \\ the! her to a cutunifr.'m.. Lamberton, HloDelachaise your tr-Vinfnt a thorn mh ttst ai:il d:15i.m; arrlY"'h' Fort: Btrrnai-as: 7 ;.' II J to. '-v v- ':
I- honey and Tar for coughsand : .. Ktiiup arrlvoai. srt RarrtlanAe -, .. \. r'...
: : ; "I i 'i' tin- 'rm-t'OTi: M., New Orleans ; he has 1 the lo-iiciH II. hen fxtraordiu rv. It li.iicoiupletnly ;.rr. E o,?
t4 leiTe Kurt 'Kirracam '
I :
i rA '
brand I aaoola :
I ; .1 I,; \ :. x. ; i I. i I.i I o colds; reliable, tried and tested, used the two bottle, giving him it> WWII'! a nitup bov and an you Ju-t.-,&Unolr"RII7. avitfuriius aiT.ttaru I \!! ( / ... ,

..i\ : ;%n t : .1.'. : safe and sure. W. A. D'Aletuberte, wonderful and uios-t satisfactory result .. how hiiip\ anr.Liar :" ; r./- i
i # : "' ir-5nurmetlnilwnrkwl! h..ltlll- ar'lv: a: P''ni.<:l1la. t.., N A aa .
.1. ,. .1 :' x (H.: 1'I S. Palafox 8t.TeacherWhat ? GEn. \V.. MrDiKF.Pharmacist.. fully. trait xvnrxactly what I ii. 11:1111 p.o. drlv at !'*'n &coa .... ..: t '. I ,-. I .

.. .. s .. ft-: : -- --- I '
.. turned Bud enlargement is ,'Ulln! I) sallelaciorjr. .:oo p m arrive at Fou-acoia .. .1 i .J -'I \1'! :i/ .::
1.1 .t" !. I :.. J(h ftn1terfn nmlStntterias 'tnmmC'z-lnll\ ." ';01 p. m. arrive *: fen,acu... I e. -1\1;' .,J '.-_ V ; '. .
\', .r." ',. ; : : and stammering are terms I ..|i....r Sir.-YOIIH Was r.crtc.d and I !md ''8:45 p. m.arrlrratraataao'a.' _... t t..a ,. q .....
do you mean by a nolrou'Irinmathguw of i'it-!, receipt as 'hatarollJj only J tri 11 "?' '''- ,
r. ",.,! "., t.t.! 1' \ .' I C. :'I "QuietusV that are confounded They are not j l dlrvptfil. and can trutlifiillxnx III' a h lUll JI I fl'Jo'. '! ,. .} ,,tr'-n;

t3 } a . ,!" ,1'1.,> i i I' 'i !..' I synonymous by any means. StammerIng to \\'Mk nil n. I ant Kr-rttl.i improxxl lit FAit: Faa WEEK DAYS I .,, i l'ullitblow in the solar plexus. sUf
!1. u ..r M.I hai-l etc.ngInndvltur"All : PPDNaOJIa to i Kori H'rar.c" and rutDru'aioNav.T ':'
i : is
;i, ru'k.i an inability to properly 1.1111111'1'lite rorrtpoiiileni! '" i" Btrirtiv cnalid.nttulnlnlydnl ""! !" Yard and retrjrn.._ tfc: 1
1 ..
.J F 1 !It. "'* I I1.. ,i.-h .. 'n ador certain elementary spetchxord*. plain st-nlinl fi\ |''p1'11... f'1'lacolll to Palmetto "dCb and recrA.60

: \\ ,Ii '.. j i.; .Hit! ) ..i. .11 flonil I i 1 Iinmnne.Affliction stuttering is a vicious utterance; manifested rT-ipi man[ J. irw loiiaxv i*:for liif:,t. aJvitiin: l Iln-y a'UIPeery SCSDAY ICli EDtDa. I Famous at home for

I .\. 1 j.u' ; -.-.iiiiln.i: : sore long time he bore by frequent repetitions of inItial I xvan: "' -*t'l"r perm 5* tae rjaalnz i I I Generations past:

't ( .1\\ '.. '. ,\It':! .> eftt'.taitlt i i But n.w. with j yocs look. or other ell'lIlcrtr.roOllIlIh.. Iktare : 'h ': bMrlbm'm........ 90 pen coaches. I
r I lie swings hts -trm. secure:: from harm! I.UVI l'er.&IioJola ::a Famous all
..1if 1 1"i I' i i1.s l.i'V \\h':1: the 1-ltttT IDs x-accination "took. caused by improperly acting!! ; m.i i icles 1I'.m. l1arr.u. now over
| 13 a. tn. I'
h s' tl." tit) .' : \\ H at sBrt' him! of I -Somervllle JournaL of the oval chords, soft palate. : U a. m U m. the World.

: fit' ifcf ., 0.t:1'1: ..t Kn-L I tongue cheeks lips. itc. If You HaveRheumatism Ip.ip.m t-j.: t p. m. ::

aN I Doulilfnl. Some of these laiiscles are umb-r S p. m Ip.m.p.m. I Fur 1".1.: .

f -\ 1' Ling, the t'rirkvt Cb.iraiiou.l "Was her hair always: blond?" easy control of the will. OUT the nuns' """ ,, '" 1100. /pm p m i I
j Dannheisser Bros
i s 1 U. Kin:.: oiirnitt for himself tin I;. 'I'm-wdl., I have a dark suspicioathat ; des Of the pharynx. the soft palate p. u. .tp.mFAB i I

h t+ \ ". of I'hamrifin all around iTKkelcrnTica it wasa't.-Philadelphia: Bulletia..An end at the base of the tongue; \\ in.-ti rosscnnATeaixirs'ato

g ? ito \;:: during the host 1>-abOii UN I move its root upward and downward, (/ art: Hitrraaeai Pas -= -

s i Ix.y ttxr6.e lard aad retarn._...._._._ Ik I' R NC'STRY
I with both bat and l:iil tlwi I our power is not so complete, cud this PPOU.o'Jla la Palmetto >teab aaA

.' has been rcniarkablo. Iiv 'TIs a siring! trite and. true causes the Siietion the mat tested and ...'on. .___ ___ It

+ ,T' a ,:N .t the 1ll'l.lnf lx ih the bathe; 'Ts That roar i-riil--.juitf('i'ts 1o K trip fore a man a fall; 4-IfnPiT -rhon h'.. i I, URICSOL endured l'.me.1y wul'alllom.a cure "in ....!.ht PI.a4at',5ltotnYey1yo1ll. I NEW DISCOVERYFOR

,i '\\ ii"i: of ilif viuicij'ioiii Who th.ks nil know it all.Chicago. "Tcs. Jones; strutruNtl: 1 ;11I'11'! : "I'll; his you Jt kNo cares Liver Kidney and -- -

I rl ( ;L? -';'j .. Mr the 11 :!.fi\ i Xew tori p.y': > and b.,.t t.ej!; i, fclsJaet: aeiI; d.seas never, caus.d fuss by and an builds tin'strifnri THAT COLD.
-- np
.>. the !'d..aatic! l of tit e Sicnmcd GrAh..nrl"nd.. wouldn't take. Now he has; a xtir.i'Vr.a the b"aitb and stwrgth while; ur.rg it. : l TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.Cur'sConsumptitlnli. .

1 ,S ; '11j'h.I| !>Ul(> ,.. l' ..s.i Ipiaa. !I To make steamed :graham bread take record !beater." i $ ticllte.PrlCfO:?. -ni.J stamp fur, jl book per wonderful bottle. Fur sale cer- .4S ; : .

!I., n-curd with the ivt is "..ta for two and a half cups graham >;uur, one "You don't sirChIt's! ; the p' .t'-" by drupB! :.w. If your drucKi't can net \ t i mR\lL\'IiI' : ; Cold iron"illy't+ '

a 1 1 tS . ::1 iuniii;:<. With an :jreuate; ofi i!1 cup sweet milk, one teaspoon salt, txvo- i iI "I don't know. but the pia.x tad ithe D '' sup reuipYol:.'y > u pnce.UricsolCtericlCo.LosA.igeeslCa it will. A1 be ties wet pref uiJ upon .:. ..&. ;:''\'., '''''''I''r1.; ,.g.. Spray" : ,, .

; dI;((1while he has i thirds tuolasseo. two bak- ,- II I. '.1 ', 'I Pnemnfin aIIarl''tV' ri 'lr
captured/ sixty- cup teaspoons middle l of the last art. j i 3> _; \: ;' : :

u. 'Lots at an n\ rage; co.tIf ln.Ji) I j! ing powder and two tablespoons sweet The mid-say, what are you giving; ': [; !. : : Jl1''O'1 riy; Latjrippe( H..aT'It H .

: "' 'I"T wk-kot. lio has >ei>r''d tillu.I.l lt > creaiu. Steam three hours and brown tic:" or the la',...'"," ..lor'", .. '
I |
I I Sore Tliroat} ( ,
''' ''UI'I' It. Y ruup
.s O\ i. 1.. "lh ami c.' -.. .:M d. t bins 't I 'Vhoopi ( 'ou h.
I pnddinsr a same will! I :
i i \ t i :: \ us :a the i> "I'cd.: L" alxx.\s: I.. _.'i I.I.; .- aon : 101".1 ., k "irti ./ II If'r' n ;

' i t. 'I d l V .\ .. fp. -id iseli\ ti> t'v: UxsipL.C on ,I tL'lJ''ra p< "..flJr.' liie uar; 7! i Distributing Agents.1'Or4'1'01ti A i fr.fat..,tMiu; .*"n-..trl't aJ : ,lit:!,I..L, III.[0..b.:. I NO CURE. NO PAY.

thin) .ill '- i r u,v.i. account i f its nnipix'ity. falls.--naumore! 1+L7 j Room Sic TImes ftldg.. New York Price 50c. and i J. TRIAL BOTTLES F.'FC.
-- -- -
- -Jbt

t'tt Father Ducey's cook '

strl, ji",


-S i We made cakes with -says of

: a were delicious, much quicker, very nice indeed delicious.

E. gti St-, New Y Oct iiya. Signed) hiss K. Lyoci, in employ of Father Tbomai J. Ducey

P32C y" ; Presto't

tK The H-O .I{SSffl!} Comp q.wCook sy? '" -

F r


HARVEY LOGAN'TRIA'U ., .. ., .. ....... .. + 1a
I' 'a"I" It

Uncle Sam says it's Jury Completed and Hearing of Evi- of the Noble Frenchman's \ 1\ / .. ". .

dente Has Begun. "hlt In Isi.Lafayette

Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. IS.-The Juryto 's arrival in America! was ;. i' f'" fit
all right try Harvey Logan, tie alleed Mon. the signal for one prolonged; brilliant ,ftIT ftITfor .

tana train roller was completed this Fourth of July celebration. The pupils r ;: f
r. 1:11.n: the! flPrcon of tpn of bis sovprmnent officials.! \ Is always in chanre of everyar morning at 11:30 and hearing of e\" of the institutions throughout the country t
f' :ar d tiUi'ry. During the pntire process of distillation alter the whiskey deuce began this afternoon. When
( irreU in our warehouses, dune the seven years It remains there from the were prominent articipants in the
.. buy to the whiskey\ you get Uncle Sam is constantly on the watch We dare the federal court convened this morning festivities in his honor.A AVSXNXXSXSS It
,tri. n of our own whiskey from our own warehouse unless he says it's all right. Judge C. D. Clark overruled the I
ciM"-,say so.that whiskey KWS direct to you.with all its original strength rich. little Maryland girl who, after infants and Children. :11 F
ir. carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S (JUARANITV ;i plea in abatement presented by tho ,
: and AGE and saving the dpl lers' enormous profits. That's why I deknseIonday afternoon. much drilling! had mastered a poem i iII
n HI:-KEY Is the best fur medicinal purposes. That s why it is preferred forhat's Thereup-jn with which to greet him beginning The Kind You have Always Bought hi: borne the signature ;; i
t1 "' why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied customers. That'sL the defense: sought a continuance on II
ud try it. Your money built if you're not satisfied. the ground that James Stewart, of Chi. Welcome. welcome Lafayette of Chas H. Fletcher ami lias boon made under his :' 't

Thee we never can Target, personal supervision for user I>0 )'(.ars. Allow no one : ,
capo an "importa.nt witness'' had not .
Direct from our distillery to YOU I\f betn summoned. The clerk of tho was not permitted to get beyond the to deceive you in this. Counterfeit, Imitations and +

second line of her "JiM-a... Imt and the i
"""" i court teatiflej the summons had been recitation the baby jood" arc K\iicrinionts endanger I

Sans Dealers' Profits I Prwnls Aduliiration: I" I Bent to the Untied States marshal at lips being sealed at this point, by ani'ffusie health of Children-Experience against Experiment. : t

I Chicago, but tad net been !kiss from the enthusiastic I
turned. The continuance was denied Frenchman. The Kind You Have Alvlays Bought ; ;

WHISKEY and the selection of jurors proceeded : Of the complaisance which characterized Bears the of .
HAYNER Signature
Loan Is said to have been him during his progress through .

asked the states an old lady, now a rvMdcnt I
by his attorneys If be would Ue) .
of ISaltiiuore. who joined in singing: I
willing to take 14 years in the penitentiary ; : !
PURE SEVEN.YEAR-OLD RYE as> a compromise verdict He de- ales to him in Norfolk, Va., ;gives the :: '

fulliwing;, illustration. : I
tuned to consent to any compromise .. ,,
FULL l "IxH-Us of hair Instead of autographs
Ji1 SQ.20
NEW were then fashionable as Miuu'iilrs:!!, I'

I ROAD. nnJ as we I.a 'l'tll:1l'l"'iew before hima In Use For Over 30 Years. t

QUARTS PREPAID Branch little jrir! at my side ventured timidlyto ..wr .-r" .UrY...... ., "uo,. SOLI r' aW ee'.a rn. It I I It
cf Knoxville, Lafoillette and H.IJ, General Lafayette, will you n:. "'...Jr7'<:"'t' ::-. :;![ .'", : ..=:r !: ate t
Jctlico Road. I
rorn FTLL Q ,ART BOTTLES of HAYVF.R'S SEVEN. Ki.i'x. ,lit-. TVnn. i'oIS.Prl'si' picrso! :give me a piece <.if your hair .
"S E. fur IJ :'A, and we will pay the express charges. Try It and In an instant the rid wig was iu Ls!
all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from d. I H Tills: of the Knoxville-
rnee., "nd It blOck at our expense, and your H'JO: will be hand but the terrified supplcint. to W. B. !
to- Jfllico WRIGHT GOfflPflflY
imp l
next: mail. Just think that offer over. How could it be railroad returned whom he would have presentd it : ;
nutlcrtctlysatisfted] ., you are notoutacent Bener let fron, 1 I. 's\lle: this morning r :
order. If you don t want fourquarts! yourself, get a thankful to l'SCJwith her tvu scalp, L ,
We ship ia a plain scaled no marks to show what's 1'e an:. nnood that his road would "
case had disappeared in the crowd.! MANTKAtTrHhRS l AND PLALER8 INLTJMBEB I 1
bUilt -'i. rioiiOM-d Oliver \ I! ;
Cat Col., Idaho Mont, N>y., N. :Mer.. Ore.CWn.Wash. Springs The herbs personal appearance was l 'I
LI the b-im (,f 4 quart for 1&.1.00 by FaprebdI : t II'' branch from Dossetts Into never even in his palmiest days, hisstrollI' LATHS '
-O luartM fur >16.lH by Freight 1'repald. FTr
richest roal fields in ; : ;
EastT :
vrte our nearest once and do it NOW .. Itassetts is on the main: which h:1lll'1IIl'th the I i

; H1YNER DISTILLING COMPANY I. ." luKtxvil1 I !. I.afoilMte and pounds limp trim the wound tsvi'd years during 'Iti/-/ U r SITED CYPRESS.:9'i: ;GLEN)..tiltE-oils BapPEXSACOIA. II : ;

bI' ,
i > : i lai'ivay.' the battle of the Brandvn! and. ;

OWON, OHIO ST LOUIS, KO.ESTABLISHED. ST. PAUL, MINN.jsr ,','.J 1 "; i 'y ta'l:1;! above u'J.! the disfiguring'rt'd! ; wig, hi- -- "" FLA. I 1 i'

'u.aar, ThOY. O 1jjJ! : .1' 'I i .1 f (iii.-nl.-! ': a- I was M-..rcely n i..odol of innnly! luau.x.: ,

': : L.=. 'd"3 .. .: i < ,1 k ti"re :. I -I'l1i1.tI'Ill.\! Pros.XVaI !

-. -- .-- 'I! '. an indie iit I I! COAL AND WOOL iL 1

;: .. : I :n.,1! :-ah\-i: !!" >lnz Toam Tor Anlncin.WMlUing .

:: :, I.ot worn: ; ;; is ate isrt. nmy! <-t one ,f the I I
,. : : *cu8KfrF 1 I 'I! P.. : "I: ,i I ian. ii t'i" lost art. It is astonishing how f"know \, t
L:. 'H. !/.ur"":".'-L 'r.: :,' I for Intants and Childrea '". ':,
.' or i.! -1.1i .j a Ieuat1.i I !!! X': ':\.i i cr.tur.S'; tin- measurestrMo! ; t'!:o sprinj-y I I
: :j. as i. ,.i tau | \'n.\ U., Jlfrnj." .. Pri I I '
.. ,,1!. r.. ID tjjuur' 'ilc Kind IL'J l.a.d:: Htndp UoU TrL I +1 ------- stop, tl'i easy l"ohl'If the oily ;in.l SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC3M. I II '
.,' 1, i.3"W. I DIIiULc1'.O'Jnr>. the swing of the :arms whirl niakfwr.lUiii I I II !

.. :" .. ''ItJ'.1 m'rl"IM nrchglx wnr'I'e, I flair .r.<. rt | "YrMir aero, please:" asked tbe di-trict!: !; .it once one of the most healthful j I Thompson Olson o COSi i1

.' .I .. ..1.:" 1' ,.I .rI".l.1:1.:
.. loa ,: ,rr' ';". altaua teeuettEN I "Twenty-nine years," was the lady's er'iFor' the real pleasure of walk- 1 Manresa Street, Telephone 14 ry 1.

j reply. ins one must turn to the country. _- .. C- :-=

I I II '.\ntllow, mar it please the court I Pavements Ire but dead unyiiMIn: ? "
j as''; that the witness l/e 8"oru.PhiL'l. ESTABLISHED 1883. I
I matter at l>ost. In the turf of the country I.1

-- .-_ ...-_-_ ...-... .''.'''_'''' .. I delphia North American. there is n spring iu response to the -
.- '- -. -. 'r.'J .
'-' .....-.... .. -- -- ._. I pressure of tic felt which U a delight McKENZIE ETING & CO. : :

a Foley's Honey and Tar always awl an inspiration In Itself. The purityof ,
.. t-: DEALE88 !111- --- -a ; i
TY WORDS I -t'\ps the cough; and hal- the luu;;. the air sets the bUmtl to racing: gloriously. I !I'

fj'; 1: lislti-e!: iib;tituterf. W. A. D'Alein- Jonl 1 vaikcrs find twenty '

.**1ii ,, berte, 1:21: 1'ul.ifox St.i miles a day a comfortable avernso allowing Ship Chandlery and General jlardoiare. ; i k

: ---POR.-: of plenty of time for rest and
ii(:) i A ROYAL BIRTH. "loafing." Two weeks: thus pjM'nt will 803 AND 605 S. PALAKdX (?T1tF.IT.'I! ; i' I II
afford memories to last for all tim. nn-1 I
I -' : GENOV ;
j ,
TWENTY CENTS. (:;)] Another Daughter Born ta King and I with them a measure of health anll P.HVEKK COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. KOKBLINP'S i fc'OSB CO.'S! j 1 1I I

'..'S Guoen of* Italy.Hone l I strength, a quickening of vital forces I GALVANIZED \VIP.E ROPE, A. RCK-EL k gON'S/ 1'l'MP8. 1
!: a which will! find ttpmwioii : I I III
!I Xov 1n.-Qut'en Helene w.wI nen'ouenergy in increasiil l powrr for accomplishment CIU:3 ::r Faist. i1ris: : i h< kTS, Uti''" tcojpaeyp.std1G3 i I
ai OIK 1 I."(! of a daughter this morning.
II i iI
in the world's work.Country : VTO : .
.\ -tcil( is: the DAILY NEW& OU"- Cent: a i I The mother and cuM, announced
1 to b.' iloing well. The new princess Life In America.'Vtomcn I McKenzie Oertina; ColNctug:! A 'uat for liar Pilots' Benevolent Associitioii. : j : I II
: "it._- wonderful rcnltThere, ii; noun t
wi;; be MatatJa.
named The child
I ,,_ I
in tlu- state for aluinc :i want and Mnoir. ,
; burn to the king and queen of Italy: !

.B'. tu.'aj is tie second daughter th. first, I Palmistry, graphology phn-nol gj-. THE GARDEN SECTION ri I
even pedology and kindred sciences .
Princss Yolande Marghenta. having
which reveal slid to ri'vcjil cliir- : I
)b > \\Jrn Rome ..lun11.. l"Mt! or are I
aN >-n at on *
ANT ? o- OIT -cIPensacola.
: JU A aeter. an- popular cnnu;:tt. I'lrti'ularly! i iI
The a""OIl' lunent oi ii't u-u a mouth

I earln t:18on11.1: 'xiiiHti-(!. The' lI king among Engiishinan English now.sjM-akitiK w-i-ks( to show jH'upIc( that. An nwoman's I ., F1 oridouNear : ; : !

I >ftt"ruajvas :shootin": : on thti:-lunli .
character may l.f judged bjh'T ; l ; i
1' Notoriety Wanted i of Monte Cristo when Inwa> sudden
: fondness for the ctiniixxitions ofthe East Hill Electric Railway Terminus ;:
i L' Opinion 1Vantd.L !y viiiuiuomxi home. ilo immediately: njuslcian For in-tan. a i
I great I -- --- --0-
', oanl'Hl a yacht and was landed 1 on
Wanted.Quilters .
\ j partner
adminition for rt''thotrn'smusic
: '.r Wanted. j !h" liearh in the npi hhor'o! or passionate pros a faithful reliable. (iii>able j Beautiful Lots for Sale. !i : I!

/r- '.'. Rix>:n Want+>d. I Ronw.5 there w're no debarkationronvcniencfts character. Ix.\fr< of Mendelssohn! !
: the king wa carted: feet at from $75 to $200 each accord :
h : I Servants Wanted. are tender with a certain disposition! '1'10$137.2 t
i a,:hnn- on the backs of sailors. \
toward delijtht in what to location and
: W Teams \Vantcd.Uuionmen melancholy n I ing surroundings. i
I motor ('ar8.5 in waiting and he soon Ryrun calls "the ecstasy! of w.>." Prac -'
\\ Wanted. I
.' u Wd.:I I. VehicleWanted.. reached. the inalaco.Th tical. meth.kllt1L'exet'ih'nt lous 'whos Exceptionally! Good Neighborhood, Beautiful i; 1 ,
I birth of another prin I Fertile Lands. '
SVul: 'I4t. WivPS Wanted.Wanted.. i st(-a4l heir to the throne is a !Sebastian Rich. Aci-onling:: to this observer High, Dry :
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v \\.alt..d. Xlwril'DCe 2"< at ptibiic! disappointment! I Chopin enthusiasts are fccntim'iital. -

(.! 1\ i.;:t.d. Y"U'rf wanted t<) have i(:} I T'iit'-l: States! Ambassador Meyer I dreamy, romantic, while those I The grandest opportunity for investment : f I l lci'ered I'

.r r? W uit tl. Zeal eno>jli: to plat a.*.. I T\r\s the first o'nsulivr to personally I who show a fondness for old ballads! in Pensacola. ; I '' '

I < mgratulate the king The sovereign and simple- music IIOSM'SS, shy and retiring

t si siSP ffllj ) I: wa.- !in <'\<'plfnt! spirit HP declare I ; souls. Finally he reganls women Home Seekers Should See These Lots..A. :

I .. .
: hi was -iti-fl.-! with another dauehtcr !; who are content with the l'\"I'ry.

lj; il !': : ; \ I (. Q / CiL! RITES BY TH m I I and, sad! the quwn and the child !| day music! of musical corned sis dull V" 0 ., ., b1 : !i
; 1\11LII(1 [ wi ,doing! >11.I I
re \\4 I without head or he-irt. '
j II ; :; dUo' UU UnmtlhH\ CH K5KTH. . ..... \J... t

, L __.. ._ ___ .._...r.-a.. __f1! I; \V. A. Herren of Finch Ark., i i i Ibe Monocle In -rlln. : Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I ;
L-: '.-:-' -:::::.:. ..:.:,.. .;:7.'I t"'L.-'=;.''::':;;' ; ;:.: : 'Titewi- h to report that Folny's I There hs 1 Ixvn an iiuprectilentcd demand -

Kidney Cure ha* cured a terrible I for monocles In rterlin since theofflcers I
K.O. KKENT WM. H KNOWI.KH.I : W. K H1frg. JK., J. H. };}' !
cast: of kidney and beadier trouble'that have learned that the KaiUsos '
"< r I
j I I'resldt-nt.! Vle..I'f.d 1t. CH'liler. As.'t l.U
). (.o'u.-;. ,
% 10 I..EN two doctors had givpn up. W.
... . .__n .. .. ... .. A. D'Aleinberte, 1-Jl ?. PalafrxSt. one. Ills majesty's monocle\ was Ii .
I first discovered List: week while he! was
't in !n.prova rt-al .<.- KS. HAKAM flEiRhF.-M.' '" r I :
1|I 'I i null anu-unt'-BS !Ie',,' M and dealer in Hnir ut .xi,, Hats I'oll-i ;: sitting at table on his sjiecial trim. en First National I II
i:. on l.fMi to;. ilrnotk lrttele.Halrelteto..$1a W. dov-rum. uiIIAIH t Foley's Honey ana Itir : route to visit! the PnmxVondlton.i.
l'\!utoi St, Msh'r ttPrt. ,
h I Sinlm"ii i ', \n niti.trf \.r.lir1; to the dispatches, when the ;

tiiiin Mopped I nt a station ol>sen-er-: I Uaa'i :

\V A N'l'b U. saw the kulstr reading a impcr with a oA' pxt'mwJ.\'o'r "II" A"' 'J'' .'A. S I l

\. I \ III you ne \ any asuount you want .I'0- : .-' '. ./ I
.r; !
t "MIII and lowest IIUl'b ),J' / .', / I was never before known to weir a 13T3Z1C'3at4t
117 *XTK1'-All finds ofnL'.y b'e' r I '. t-\: .. .. ..'
real '
: .
>m j mi-inprovrd c.ty I ). /.
.-.ier, :SHU South 1'fila- V ti>)tti>., h.\ l'att-MAP.. n",v'f ,: '1r'-. '. i glass.. He is farsighted in his nirht H. KSOWLKH VA. iilK.1 C. KSNT.f.. /f. T 'dVI'.B
lu-tf .. : e\ -. It is said that the morxx-lc is be
I : | < I
& G.' D. Bl'.XNT,
\hANTFD-Urganlarr. ; ar prsy ,,Ir6. a' ;;: ip': ; / 1 t I M eidruLdtathandoldkrhu: ,'ut*: t..Jr" |J'I IL'1 : ,/ j who always slavishly imitate tho emGoi ;; ; 1.1 ,
T : i'l HORKOW >10> KY -'ut'a.d 1 iHintiac-tb. AI'Iij\-\. 1 I. I:11'1ItNIF' I: ."" t / ;

e .-.<:..r.our my description or pr.pertyprobuy axle, real nitre H.-- ,i iv { : W.-hinl/loll./: II t "....tta 'Isr.n : ?r (.t ; : .d" I peNr. Ms m Peii! btte' g Swlii ai : : )

% .mr texts attendm lo, i \njrOP3 (. ;'hue t'. Watson CCu, I i \\ ,\ -)l..u to l.-arn li'iilm tt mlulplli ... I II II .\ 'oUlllauy lias been oraa'iixcd, in St. t.
',-i'r 'iwe" agents 1'fnna- > \' ',:C'-lllrllt l\ iib.dw: ;
Louis < < < f.TWe draw oar: own Hills cf Exchange: on Great Britain
-, iu--h!% rate T<' i vi rvori? of pritCIUV. oj U..IIIII""dlo'r-.k 1 idhc" : with a capital of 1 n Mi It t :
in a- wo wail tend money I to u.-tanl l'rll""I', i ..I.J...;.... ;jiiMpoxeg to buy JG'JtR; acrti> of waste Germany, Francs. Austria Italy. Holland. rtpa'.L.! UcMnn r.Ub&1:1: ,
; .
I !lOU .. Hdtlrner treeN rit.lmUMoliT t>nr>wr ill I
-I N, w Orlo IIn... l.". ('.-' :fe, .1 in southwestern M.ssouri and ny: rixredan Denmark awl other Enropaar>> conntries.! I 1
I %.
'r ''i n"rtlH'IrkauSI! !', which is CDsen-l I "
: t 'l'. I ( tf I (QVeise! I Dlahnrsed tbo MJrE.Y JTahl" Terra! and
1 \'AS'rEII-A Raid mail tn K<> to :Soul! (pii'iiipaily with scrub oak. I br: 'r< and I open t
', I \ \ Aln ii t<> run It -*'" r."iKM ttiil at:).. .' :.i.iyi-1 brush. Then it will tarn I."..... Obligations Taken Payable Pori or n0Biiraii-L, fen or Fmfle :
t. dotf nn lit ]I able to hook<< after a niouldt and In fiU. after Vessel Arrives there :
'. Iitlf the! tmrt rare ol his Winviand ..av-. Atpiy t/1 .\\ soxonil thousand Ansora ::ont s. which! \ 1
.t 'nr return u J liii->' 1 11'1\1/"rill 1111. '1 liirsui huilJing. n.itt will clear the LIDo better: than men efOI'- : I '
iI'nlwh'' It Looks I C r Sr.fety Deposit Bo Kant in i
and in income wlult do-
I -.m bring an t.
i with which we hare a Pria partxnent for the
1'FDgrntltnill: Once the tract i is cl'-aril. it
n> join tho inu: so. 1.1
\...\ 11"11 -.1\.1. I 11'A "ftl.AUt4'1"".
I'.n..a'oloI'rM..II. I'lub. t-J tfalafut
; got:
"'" t liHlii'i I'lciirjiil cud press edcalled iUp to With DelightThai's I will!! be put on the market as fni.t and

; : IJ fur and Utli\ertu lor fl t per m-.nt b.Isatfl. farmI1lantL '
: I _
L ,
: l UlHtti Wilt ,
:. Ve\ -' \,\Inc l'Iiht. strict a,:'01'1,1 Gas Illumination as i, The 1)ny'a 1.cnth. WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE t I I"rle

I 1.'( tit -. ", L 1::. we provide it for the home properly I l'rof"l'sor'I"Il1t"1l ban ;ont' over .
\\ 'f.,. I..r.t
II "
-- -- the ralculations cif I-aplace toy the aid! _f ,, ., ,
.11,1 alt UKM.: sewed throuh Ilon-1kins pipe, .a.\ Mr .anabili ;" P.} ,' '.(:' a.l.q
t tj'
be bud of the 'of modern data and couiluJe'hat I-: aryl xw ".I .i ya r u J
I Ii can lu one : ,
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a we ,
I \rlAKG\lN fittings; and fixture*, from the plainest .. .... .. ur
.uc" and must desirable ..
1. 1>1.1. .
i n s r-A country borne i though; in theory the length: oi the day ,. ...., .,
.1 sections (.f >'orth"tH Hill subject to gaareotpvd 1''''' -( .
MV. CUP mile tram car I single jet article to the most ..r I.. '. .' r' :J.- r '
IIR"t' lea-e lit lair revenue for tare >cars.fUaot on till earth mu t be Increasing; owing:; r' ,' I" ..... '
I'lnitv prufu-ity of tin"are on j hLU>e can be seta at my otnce.! A. chandelier. to the increasing mass' of th. planet .... ... '''' ",1'-' .,..' .
.. i in { V. Uubos.r dnow ornate t. .. ., r..... h'. ..- 1. ..
.. irlicularnppiv at i! due to the constant deposit of meteors t + ,. 1'.111.-.1. .. ,rnI :n t 1'. w.1_ 1 ,
< < L '(lulm' Gas li htin. is still the .. ... !
; tI A : .
a. JII1f.
_. I etc, yet the change; is so infinitesimal .. y. 1 t..,.i. ..... b11911f-r..1" \ 1
-- yK LJ-TIe: most desirable lot 1&r V .
I I'I' affct illuminant and the I \ '''' ':I ," .r<' I
the clly oa rasp terms, by the! Fisher gas we that there! has not been a half second ,

Ht-nl.. .,. -- I I :oNallJr.tat": Agency, 'Jut:t north 1'1I.1aoJ Maim! famish ranks with the best. I rf difference:: in lU.UOJ.mO yearsTts I .' .... P. "r,1! ;!:-. I. .., :'... "I :. :..:... ,._' ; ,
t r. j j I I ., \ '. 1,, r.,. .In, ,p,..... '.' .t.. .. .
r n' c r dance -tc ------ -- May: we hive: the pleasure: of a call I ., ,-."...'. ...r.. '. ': .
hdn" <. Tbo .
'I' .
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"JOhn-I' l llou I I. .r. : "
/ e. I from you. .. ',. '" ,. W\ t't!
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I 19I I. : \ : J i
\V alit i .
d. ,
ItO\IWI\b HOfSEat Wheeler Sprlncs. _' I )0. L' It" > "- !I.'' "a.. Ib.e '
+.... .' MM. Mrs. London pro- \ Pensaeola Gas Co I

.i..... at 11. ..t' ..( ae* .* very prutrf reasonable+*. All the rate comforts Norhern of houi tourists ai, ,, I eignawe IF ca evtry box cf the gt'llullexati'c I SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOui i.J, MO.

.'' "ra' with! 'Utu'ting win and Mils an meal rlaje to spend portion BromoaQuinineTablets I s r.--r: .w't m s r
ralaoSt $
j ol for a-on. l'nlui 1 125 and 27 Garden St., Pensaccla, Fla, I the remedy that cures a cold la ODe day 1'

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i I CELEBRATE :! .The Fall Festival.

The |,rloe '.f GOOD LUCK Baklns Pow- -- ,.
; Icr ui the uuuse&eejKT la ten cents la'for A jolt t meeting of al! Odd Fellow s

i full pound (IS cz. net), racked In a moUturern Lodges in this county has been arrange ; Will soou be over and..o will our SPECIE t

tin ran This>the lowest [xj Blble prose o fcrFrday night at Rafford HAVE TO HURRY if you want to re ip tre be-i: ir:

Crowds Continue to Manifest Considerable : .which the test Baling Powder can be luanu.l'url'd. hall on West Intendencia street. i

);. Addre-ses by members & $ i5 Festival of
prominent Bargains. ,
Interest la the Meritorious AttractionsFun -
of the order will b9 nelivered, and I!I

Richmond Virginia.JEWS music and refreshments furnWied. ,
for This Evening II ;,

I ., ---;:; .. .. A cordial invitation has; been ex- i j i $3.50 L-idies' Patent Leather: KiJ Shoes ..... ... S3 00
>> !I tended to all members of Rebekah \

: I( and subordinate lodge, and a great l j i $2.50 Ladies'Lace and Button SO 00

NOTES 1 1A crowd i is expected. I!| $1.7 5 Ladies' Button Extension Sole..... . . . . S 1.10 C
I Lodges that will participate in the !

I celebration are l'enacola Lodge: X('. : $2.50 Ladies'. strap, Patent eather S1nchl,-. . . $'>03
II Awful Fate. 4, Joppa No. 5, of Pensacola ; MeichunicsXo. I

Fall many a mortal young and old I S, of Warringtoh : aloj : $3 00 Men's Vici Kid Bluchers, Goodyear: .?

y lies gone: : to bis sarcophagus. j Naomi No. 10 and Magnolia; No. 11,

I h Thru' pouring rater Icy cold Rebekah lodges. $3.00 Men's Box Calf, Kid Lined, Goodyear Welt . 32.50:
4 ,y Adown his warm ol'sopbagus.H -

). h\m F.a tothD\ 5s svitfir l (:f:)(4Ii.lfrLE: bt'ccE "\,$2.50Meu'sRocJaCapToeLaee.... .... .. ... . . < .l.v?>

to the city today.Mr. Ol a Nv\\ Catarrh CUTI \ .
I $2.50 )[en's'ici Kid, Plaii &; Cap Toes, Lice: Cua.,1!'. : ,. .' ''jj
sacs 1' Aaron Moneyway of Milton is I A large and constantly increasing)

( MWi' Wt 1 a bu- ue.s visitor here today. majority of the American peot'lefe i icatirrb 1 These Prices are Only Good During .
ullerers. This is not entirej: j
I ,,q'i Yrr3 rp' E r -: Frank, Rsilly says to smoke RankNott ly tbe result lof our changeable chin- Week of Fall Festival.
e if you want a good cigar. i
ate. but becati=e modern investigation j

Judge; Hathaway of Westville is at I has clearly proven that many >

,, fie E-cambii today. He i ij; probate: I diseases" known by other names, are >

I judge for Holmes county. j really catarrh. Formerly the name MEYER SHOE CO.

catairh was: applied almost exclusively )
Hon. J. Shoemaker of Jackson I

Scenes in tho Bog and Pony Show. j! county is here today. He was a to the common nasal catarrh: Feet FuruMim for (ash Only.
but the throat, stomach, liter, blad-
; member of the late legl l.1ture.
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der, kidneys and intestines are subject -
i t ? -----. --vv- Idle for the ,same design were made I Read Joseph Coleman's new ad. to catarrhal diseases as well .t? 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STR EE1Ge .
' fP, r OFFICIAL PROGRAM! .) before the crowd dep.uttd.; I vertisement tn this i;:?ue. Ho has: the nasal pipages.In -

t I The weather at the grounds had a 'special bargains for Gala visitors. fact, wherever there is mucous --

{ tt I .' .[lowing i i-; the d lily program \ wintry feeling la-t night and manyovercoats i i i' There is to be a special: sale at membrane there is a feeding groundfor a e900etle6100TeQ4, .. 100teQ1010AQ6t101QO6e0NO.aa- t.a40Q .
- ; #f i ; utracion- fur afterno and. Falk's millinery soreJ.turJ3J' aud catarrh. - -- - -- ,
and wraps were in evi 'I
: '' tat the F-U1 Fitivil : 'S Monday. Watch his space for tha The usual remedies, inhaler,

I s rounds" open at 1 ami dence. This slight discomfort was details. sprays, douches or powders;, have': HOUSEHOLD \

: N n. not the means cf keeping the crowds been practically: failures, as far as t<
70'clOCk'J' Clerk Brett of the probate: court of
} listsI? \ Show! than relief
: ;: from enjoying the evening, but toward anything more temporary .
Holmes county is the visitors -
among :
; : concerned, because they simply :
l.p / midnight the atmosphere began to the Festival. He is from 0a
;:: : .:.-SH.lhd. ; 11 I dry up the mucous secretions, without -
f J. i it to get colder and caused an Westville. having the remotest; dffct upon I. 4 NEOESSITIES e

.+ : : !1' 'r>..u.ce-JMOand! : \Ii early de-ertine of the grounds. The I The McMillan: Brick Company are I the blood and liver, which are the! I w

.k >Ii. 'I':. )) weather man says the temperature ] selling the best hard: brick at the real sources of catarrhal: disease .

- J : !II.I i I I I1 i :.;.laid, I0.i0p.:! m. )i will rise tonight and another big :1 lowest prices. P.sad their now ad- It has; been known for sonic: year- 11-.\T-o 0.

ill I 'I'. 1 vertisemeut today. that the radical of catarrh could ,
: ,, i' iM-4n and } crowd cure
J I excelling: that: of Tuesday, is" | a
-r. '. i \ never come from local applications v .
J'i Dr.
anticipated.The and Mrs. O. R. Procter, Mrs
1 All ': 'I :i 'c'l-ms n'i H'U from \ W. F. Harrison: and Mrs. C. E. but from an internal rent dy, acting THE BIG STORE. i io

o .j.i ,,':: I p ID tofcojp.i : m..i und,
.. 7; ;'. i .. in, ii.iJuiiit.; part of the show managers is a; constant i passengers on the City of Tampathis I poison from the system.A 0., ; ..-.---- .. .
1 ) -- ------- .
''>' .,.-..... '- ---- "...--"'.J matter of remuk with visit- :D1oruinj.I .\. new internal preparation which o .
ors. This is so unusual with trarel- I has been on the jnaiket only a short 1 BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. :
-- i 1 Chas. O. Burch and E. C. Turnerof time, has: met with remarkable! l flag troupes as to be surprising, but, Lanisville: for the L. & I a ) e
'y tii: -:. Lit ni Ut the show cess as a genuine, radical cure for 4 COTTON I5LANKETS. . . . .... .. .. . :
:i, however, the kindly spirit is appredated. N., left for their homes last, night catarrh. ,8

I # 'lInd- \\.:recuwt.ntablyfilledwithI '! after spending two days here on It may be found in any drugstore, (' 0 1(14( COTTON GRAY BLANKETS.. . ...... . '. J

!:;t 1J( urging. mob of white, yellow und.1 j Several shows which had not legal businees.1 ,. sold under the name of Stuart's Ca- 'i : lc-4 ALL-WOOL RLANKETS . .... .... . . ?

ti t! ,, : : ;a. people, aud not a great deal ofJer i 1 hitherto received a great deal of attention Louis Friedman & Co. again come tarrh Tablet, large pleasant lasting e lO.! ALL-WOOL HOUSRHOLD PRIDE..... . . . t :

: >:- could be detected, so far as before NEWS readers today with lozengers, composed principally of ; 104 ALL-WOOL HOUSEHOLD PRIDE. .. .. . . . I

t tj .' .. visitors were concerned. Sevr .i were heavily patronized: t special bargains for Gala vi-itors. antseptic ingredients" Bloodroot, : CLEAR COTfON COMFORTS..... . .. ... .$1 1 -S and *
' night, their merits I.nicgbeen Don't fail to call in their when Red Gum and similar catarrh '
ti si rtl I from the had store specific' *
city : '
y p 'i SATEEN COTTON DOWls COMFORTS ... .. .Si'751.;; .. .
spread throughout the city. This is I shopping; ; it will pay. I $
Ill I gibed a bit too freely and took :ali the Dr. Ainslee in speaking of the new O FIP.KR FILLED COMFORTS .. .. .. ..... . ti5,. to -! I
stns right spirit and the carnival I
1 Hon. John Eddins" a i .
:( on. the gondola: While perch- prominent I catarrh cure says : "I have tried the I. I
company wishes; to I citizen and manufacturer of Gainesville
urge a continnjance
f ,1 i .tt thi height, they endeavored I new catarrh remedy, Stuart's Ca- .
I of It Fla., i is in the city for a fewdays' : READY-TO-WEAR.
1 i'f it. helps; to secure pal :
tarrh Tablets
1 ''I :::ivesoce amusement by drink- upon thirty of forty ; ,
visit.; He was a former citizenof .

i ..; from a bib fink, but these dNiv. l, tronae.I Milton, but has been for many patients with remarkable satisfactory j P2.: ;;U EMBROIDERED WAISTS: : .. .... .. . .j I Io ITSi. !
Citizens who r results.; They clear the Lead and
j rarely
I to
1 attempt secure .
s + :;' :efal proceedings were promptly 'I i rears identified with the business throat more effectually and lastingly ) ..0 !SILK WAISTS'T I A Ad

; r -1 'ippeJ as soon as the attention of I1 enjoyment from outdoor attractions ;I interest of Gainesville. than any douche or inhaler that I ; $i :>SILK WAISTS. . . . .. . . .r7:; .
| ; were on the and
1 ";ir authorities: was called to grounds; everyjingle i The steamer Captain Fritz broughtsixtyfour have ever teen, and although they o li.JU; SILK: WAISTS. ... . . . .. .. . -Jil\l .*
'.n. I one of them visited and en- ;' passengers from Freeport I are what it called a patent medicine .
I joyed every attraction on the esplanade. : ': yesterday for the Festival.", The excursion and sold by druggists: I do not hesitate i- 0.
1, .i .V feature of great interest list i Special Silk Skirts. Dress Goods and Silks.
i t
They talked a lot of the matter left last night, but the boat to recommend them nI know ,

., y .4 ii. the of MX ,
4 ; .uu? was troupe glass
j will run another cheap: rate excursion theni to be free from cocaine and '
and it was quite evident that : No. 1 Trimmed Taffeta, good A visit to this n"partlll'. :
1 t v kers: exhibited by Pruf. 15ickit'i. they will come a;{ain. here tomorrow, when a larger: opiates, and that even a !little child 0) style . .. . ...... ..---.75 will pay yon. Wf are inn I. 1
'D ty : Operations of there peronwatched -. crowd will be accommodated.The may use them with entire safety }' sweepmir' rc-ductinii-; 1111 bk Itt :
No. 2-STYLlrflI:! SKIRT well ,
I' hr" and Wai,t Cloth-. >. .
a : by hundred of visit- explosion of a Christmas nov- Any sufferer from natal catarrh, : ; made .. .... .. .. .. .. .! line of Skirting at T'.tc;! y irl.i :
;? A t THE CITY tl.rjat or bronchial trouble, catarrhof i
wr "--, -.time of whom remained in thatt city in Solomon's this afternoon : 25 Sample Cloth fckirts, fine tee our line of W u u1. ee

'1't, N '; 1I for hours and: made a cl \*e created a stir. Samples were being find the l tuart's stomach,Catarrh liver or bladder Tablets will ; good;:, to COSIO. .. . .;(i -so- I ..Le"ard.- .. e e
exhibited at the piace by a remarkably man.Taffeta' e
representative Sateen I'tidfrskirts.' fine
y ; : : I iy: of this particular: ait. ;Many COUNCIL of effective, pleasant and : for u; and Ivery'V'iriV'1terial : :
the manufacturers when
1 and \, I.TJ
!s-tyli-h so ?
s 2 iv.-tiirs were given out, and were the Convenient, and your ilru ;;I'! will i oi tcfd. See that you r. g
one accidentally dropped on tell \ and $1 ?*\y. labeled. good-. t
----- they are absolutely free from
+a 'iri.--.ed. tl'iir and an explo-ion followed.Mrs.H.H.McCreary.Mesrs i o
''any injurious drug. 5 _________ t
r"i visit this, one U amazed HEARD REQUEST FOR TAX RE- Wil- ,

i :sue dexterity with nhL-h trial UH M ijors and Reanot Tench fj I Try Force at Solomon's. :

,,: A I 1-1 can be woven and moLted intuny ;' DUCTION ON L. & N. |, Gainesville who have arrived, composed in the a merry city. party They !I .7mn's. / ,fir 'lies! ./or jtINSURANCE '. .1 J'J'i; i JUilliam lolinson Son. I

design i requested. A vi-itor of--i I PROPERTY. I
I attended the carnival festivities. II
R; tw .. r--d A tujestion" f jr one" of the word. ,; I : __ 0 n no_ _ .

{A i' A 1 ". : ) mount a bird 01a slender! hat." l |' The Press! ladies Association; were which with the lately Florida held Those 5...o.o.;*e...t...o.*.*...* .oe..*
14i C1 Wah & C
At the regular meeting of the city'
.ti ;iiiccc. ,> ii. The arti-t, with no pattern be-" I session here. They arc domiciled -

'f y lirhim, at once commenced the i council held last" evening lIon. W. at the Escambia. I, NAVAb 8TOKKS MAKUKT.Ueportert I STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ,
!'A. Blount, local attorney for the: L.'
} 3; jib' and within seven minutes had I I Dally! for The News "J
7 11&j N., and Cha; G. Burch, an ate : Cleaniug ladies skirts and waists I THUS. CO.MJO.N, Cq"; I.
*at } ,. :IiF beintifal: figure of a wlnto! dove i 1 of Star Laan- i 1 ANn Union Naval Stores Co.
13 one err specialties !
: torney of the railroad from Louisville 11011[". will make regular tn, I

h Z 7 ; with outspread wings mi the et.d ol." : appeared before the board andarnied I\, dry. HEAL ESTATE, I I WW __..._....... U ti: H.........._.. .... Ahei Pensacola: Point Wu-hu!' / :' '

ti r'1' niu. The performance: wag w'ted -' i i I WG_._......... .... 8 7: G.... .....n ...... 1 ;ji!. Freeport. Leave layl!: -ii
; for a redaction of taxes onthe MEAT & MALT has: a marvelous I No.I South Palafox Street. N._ .. sat F.... .. .. IT wharf Thursday at (i a. n >
4 ,,1 p'} "- -' by many visitor, and revcralroon 1]l i docks of the road, and also a reduction -:dietEtic value.V bile refreshing; and !1 M. ... ::. _.: :...:::.3"I E.._:.: :::.:. :..:: : :!;: rive at Freeport at H J p. in. "f' .

.tS' '1 pleasant to take, it helps assimilation Partial List of Desirable" Dwellingsfor K -- --.---_ i,).-, D..... -........ 137tj Leave Freeport Tuesday it '
r w TO i'MVifn : o on the Union depot prop- ;,!I of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER Rent in Various Partsof I I 1_.........-..__. g u; (, .t belOw...... tIn and arrive Fare at Ppnsacolj n \ :.. ..
day. round trip *: : '
4 i erty. The arguments were submit- : :5) Uln TcaPz: TIBI-Jt': : ,. /
< :; BROS. the City : I 83.
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41 t \ Doctor in Not' Convenient.Miny i i
j ted, it was stated, after careful consideration 1J..IA.-LBrge 3-story dwellingspecially -- --

eC. people dislike to call in a |;' aud after it had been Ii !' FINANCIAL hTAThMKMOf adapted posesit; rooms for boarding known a Louse- '.POIiO"pur-dc BAZAAR.A Try one of our cdcltri' II/
fact-ir until it i is al-lutely nwevry ,;- I
t i Leon House" No. lIu I;. Intendcncia -
; frequently a change; of food 'deemed cei"'ary." No reduction I II the nuarllnf 1'ulilic Instruction street. //. 4' S. Felt Mattre <> .
lijzaar will be given for the
a wii work wonders. i I wasakedon" the freight depot and fur Ksramlua Count) fur the Month ;, $.JO'.Larg'tory rooms, wilt duelling all modern, containing comentenons.tituateon !- benefit of Christ church building They never pack or {?> I'
7 A young lady in IvU'ellille.; Ky., ''Muscogee wharf : both I | North Bayi-n M.,
; property; '
tin r
I ? a'I: wa taken ill six weeksllr' thEir : landing XO1002. btteen Mronsand lifNoto strt-ets. fund at No. 40 South Palafox street lumpy. letter than a
a/o, and could take solid food were taxed always capacity. | OH-'J-story duelling at No. .'III',,"ortb KarI '
not ; The toI I i 1S w'i- only allowed to eat soup and matter was; finally referred o-t'i-To cash from tar sale certlfi- I 1 and .
(1' k ir.i.s. In abut a week, I gut so the board of equalization and will cats ..... ..... ... ... 1 214 0 I 111.00-1--tory dwelling sa: tlirouxbout.I : on brit line, :"0. 411 Anyone desiring to contribute to Marston &- Quina.
; _( w'ak and that I could Oct. M-To cash! from K'Alemberte iti'i 411! West Gregory. between keusatid !>.> this deprving affair will please noti-
i t nervous not be repotted on at a special meeting Oct.:-:To cn'li retunirdfrecnt..i aw i t illlf r-,7 rooms, bath and
t I( -pp. Father wanted to call in actor Oct. 51-rocash: from tuition .. .. .. 4 MINov. I gat.lsuistory. city cater fy .Walker Ingrajiam. luulw I FOR SEED OATS
; x : but I obje-ted, as I didn't to be held during; the present month. :; .'>-'I'ocasb tax sale certificates! 11 Vt I : dwelling :No. *>2 West Wright, ,

i r,'of! I needed medicine as much as I i An ordinance providing for a contract oiTo .Irom U'Alemterte4 j'l\l I I containing gas with large? rooms lot on city water and Hot Chocolate with' Seed Rye and Chicken W!.' I
prominent corner -
Kt' 'd food. The next day Father ; for street lighting with the 11.00.: u; I I In residence district. Whipped Cream at Solo- the
had to EO to town, and brou'rhtback; I o : $17.&i-1'j story dwelling with ,at No. on Mellen-Crosby! Coral;
Pensacola; Gas Company intro- ... ..... .
: was : Oct. ':-<"r. by overdraft ...1 ;!11116 I:; \\ ht Komana >lr..t. mon's
a package of Urape-Nuts with him, very convenient the Alcaniz: street warehou-c
I to bu-mess of ------
duced. CK. HY WAERAMS PAID.Ht.K' portion city. -
aLd I commenced to eat it twice a I I Issc A. Sheppard Co. beater $li;. i-l-'tory dselllog at No. &);j Nest I will watches! and Phone 334. /, : .
day mint:!.. I would get hungry for The matter of a sewerage connec- j for school Not ... ... .. .... ... Tai' Gregory street 0\ itn rooms, on belt repair first-class your style. J. J _
it from one time to the next. In a tion of the Salisbury building was I j 114-ss S B Cook apt salary.... ...... lea' cx IIn..1n good location. iewelry in
few nights, I cuuld sleep" ,soundly all Alderman I i !ll.,7. T C \Vat on J; Co.i nterest .. 41: 73 j I fitii-1-story Barcelona dwelling streets., corner 5 room Chase and ephen8.I You can get your hou .z;
brought; up by Pryor and | IHort. l'enacola Home t ravings .
uuht, and in two weeks I was up I J''' A's'n, interest ... ..... .... Hi 5)1H7 its & -1-story dwelling No. lux East Wright furnished complete at Mar
and had actually: pained, if:ash, and it was referred to the city health', A K Bingham freight and htrt't't.5 rooms,city water ana gags '

t; ; ,, was soon as strong as before I sotSICK. ; board. ,.1 iron drayage, Miss carload Belle .Nortnmgton school furniture, grading 1.S: 00 III\.W-( t'baie t'wl-hiory street dwelling.5 rooms,city No.water 113 Wen and Try Gunther's Candies at stortify; Quina's on easy payments -

itiy I Comptroller Morgan placed his; report -j I committee .. .._ .... lift gas. Solomon's.clt1 weekly or month'g-'
I could not be without Grape-Nuts 141TK. Mi.s K Lofttn. teacher's salary 45 w It5.5-istorydwtliingSo.i: East 'JrI'2D- -
# and j I in printed form before the body. :|, ll.";, MissM K lcKat. teacher a 6alI ry street 9 rooms on belt line.
i n.for anything till friends Its reading was postponed. I I ary ..... .. ..... ..... ...-... 00 Jli.00; -l-.tory dwelling >o. ;'" East rervantes sv_Ivrr1CEK.kEITIIER..... We will launder your spread ""
J 4i-; comment on my look I them I I Nov. T-By balance -.. .. ... ..... ..... 8T5 allllr9 near St. Kaihenne'a -- li k
; 2 owe it to rape.\ :lts, and recommend O. H. Smith asked permission to I I Chapel)t>rooms oatbouiesand large the captain owners 15 Cents each and make them '
lot. cornering on 'th avenue.A 'i nor cooilgDPei of the Nor like
I uw.
.., +, it to all who complain with lease the timber boom vacatedby s1t .' _
lately large list of
smaller dwelling, as well bark MUriJ will be re- _
'' i which :Xov. 7-To balance .. ... ......_.a :31 n
), + stomach trouble, is the Jfn- as a number of litor..aod office I OB uL.NT. lor debit contracted .
Wittich &
f est. eral complaint in this neighborood. I Co. The application I I certify that the above statement Is correct by tile crew SfOnlble \. The finest line of umbrella i:' '
q wa referred to the harbor and s1niI a"* it shown by minutes and treasurer'sreport. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., fETTERSON. *
tr ,' Name iven by Postuin Co., ;, :\. S. COOK, I II Leading Real EaatKental and Insurance tllltlvau Lumber Co.. Captain. city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go >
Battle Creek, yfich.'r tuy: committee. j I :secretary and Superintendent. I Ageut-I south alatoi Street: Consignee. Tnu at them.

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