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 21, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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.. HAS $500 ,, 000 FIRE I 1 h; I c ci

I Special: toTheXews. t 'i : '
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The Charges Against Him Have;!i : Tallahassee, Xov. 20.-Governor Jennings has today announced \I ,: l

his appointments for the three new positions on the court Depot and '
supreme Ferry Slips Are Burned i

Fallen Flat. : bench of the state: created' by the constitutional amendment rati- : I :' ; !i

: tied by the people at the last general election i
at 'Frisco.
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---- e following representative lawyers are thoseelected! fur 2 !

these I .
I + responsible positions : S -

fir : IAL COMMITTEE. I II ji Hon. E. Maxwell: of PensacoU TEN MEN REPORTED MISSING. I Ii
; Hon. Robert I'<. Cockertll, :

6r rg at Least All Op. TO BUILD .a of Jacksonville ; and lion Tho*. H, Khackelford, of Taiapa. j resides the Slips and Buildings Many !, I SrNOARB OR :,4 j I i rl rlt

'_ Election cf Mr. Com- e..e.e+..,...NNOOOmoooo oaota.aooa.e.os .sto phi
Passenger and Narrow Gaune >
c. J< Oat-Session Feder. LARMOPS : i! t 1 .k
I Coaches Were Consumed-Loss is SOLAR.TIMEPOiNT ;
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; ..;Iy Xews. .
Special to The Daily News: I II

\,.II". ;:.President SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO. PUR I ,

.. .,:, (/nipletely l exonavfs JVANGED I LEGISLATURE San Fra.n'isf'oo\. 2rt.-The South. WHICH INSURANCE ; j I

of infidelity to CHASES PROPERTY NEAR era Pacific depot and ferry slips at COMPANIES ARE MAKINC t
the end of the Alameda :Mole which : '
.JI t...<1"s unionism sad I \ I
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. extends far into the bay from the FIGHT. i
m.dt'l Theodore J. i !

by fire early today. A large numberof "i !
l.un Steel and Tin
Special to The Daily News. CIALS OF SOUTHERN PASSED BY !
.t,, "I' It of the special I VOTE OF passenger: coaches were also burned Special to The Dally News: : '

.. .. vn uttthe m.HL Birmingham, Ala, Nov 20.-One of RAILROADS. and It is said several lives have Louisville !, i I k
931033. Ky., Nov 20.-Whether
,'.' to that effect this tie largfbt: railroad shops is Boon to I been lust. !
noon in Louisville I is reckoned accorJ '
: -.,r- convention of the be erected here by the Southern Railway -- The lire broke out from some unknown ing to standard time or solar time iithe I

.. 1'1. jf Labor. Ihej. company. The deeds for the I cause after the ferry boat Oakland 1! t
Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News: question involved in IS suits for i 1!
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property have been delivered.
11. K :LU: roach acres! had reached her
slip from the $l'J.94o: insurance filed here by the! : 11
.t-'...I:ti )Ir. Gompcrs l'V York Nov.'. :10:: .-At a meeting: Atlanta Nov 20 -The Au.tralian last trip this cit).. It was aboat Teaslee-Gaulbert company' and the I

I t oi dou?h (!iropptdi" This site Is Just north of the city of eveciitiTe officials of central freight ballot bill by Dr. T. J. M. Kelly, of 11 o'clock, and the kitchen crew of t Louisville[ Lead and Color companyr !I It I

fc tween North Birmingham! and Tho'u- lines and southern roads held at the Glaicocl:, was passed by the house t t !
.i e eomiuttue 10- e the steamer had retired to their: loh lich: one of these suits is against in'suiance j ,
as. fronting about (C.OCd feet the Trunk Line ; t
on association's ,
\: Shaffer : yesterday by a food.
appearLIH ,; in a :sp ai! structure near the enikOf companies that held policies 1
touthera railway: and evtcnding hatk: this! city, rates in the safe majority the I I
at any time, territory controlled vote standing i>n the l uSuddenly the flames ,I on thnt> buildings of the two compa.
i tttlbc! madecor about !Jut)) foet. Plans already drawn by the association have bKMi the roll call 93 to Z Z. The measurenow buitt: out. quickly spreading ," flies destroyed by fire about mIdday. t:i i I

.. :.1 'vmlwrs 'J f provide for the erection of eight large nerally advanced, says the Journal l goes to the senate, There it it di put, a big building: of wood throucnthe and; i'' April 1. last :
b.Ick) buildings: each 1M by 4W feet of Commerce. The said it is in '
high favor
: ": did+l meeting was coil and will probably glass. The upper works of the Date- The policies of thy 13 defendant coin

I., tommu- and 33; tracks or railway will be buit! cd primarily to discuss! export rates, i be passed by that body within land caught fire and she was forcedto panics were in force from noon April 'i;' ;' .

upon the tract. particularly those rates on southemlines he next week and sent to the governor 1.
cut louse; and leave her men I Ihin.l b e 1901 to noon. April 1. ]:IU2. Nona
Th' size of the buildings and the from St. Louis for his 1
_ht inn territory but re- approval of the
u uy They may hate escaped, policies makes it plain whether I
r.ftv.crk of tracks which connect them noised itself into a conference to The bill went through the boos
a1- I
I't : wcli'nttua but have not jet been heard from. I the word noon means according to i
point unmistakably to the Intention vance rates The : witfl remarkably little
:- &,1cO is in lineTith dtbate onlyw The burning slips were iniecessib'ofnr standard or solar: time. Th records '

.. I'; .,18 fti-kx'd cf the Southern to build! a great actiou usLC'ly'!! UKcn!. : at the close i : \ it three short speeches being the firemen but the fireboats I I I of the fire department show that th"* I i
were ,
.: of its cars In these shops, as well as of cailgation. I ira-ie, and practically all of these '
a-r bJ were d.spatciifd: to the scene from the city fla.ncs: were discovered about 11:4:;) .; I '
to do repair work for these divisionsof It is (learned In its fa\or.
.. on high
-.t.: o'clock
; : and though the
: ('fI' suetewled: i in confining! tIle flames exact moment has ''
the road in this section of the south. an increase :2'!I/ Dr.lIy'! : hill I
.. .: T.l rents per 100 poundsChlcagoNVw contemplates the in. to the end of the mole. Nothing eK' never been definitely S(ttkt1. Solar

: 'I I rh. ..1 1 The price paid fo: the land was $D.- York basis on grain angrain J troduction of the Australian ballot sy a- could be done, however and time is 17H_ minutes slower than 'l g t
:., 100) cash, and 12 separate deeds are prod'irts"a3 tern inio all elections held everything ;; ,
t. decided A In Uror;!ia. I
8hatirr '." upon. /' n the broad extension: of the i ii i standard! time, and if the fire broke j
.. ."- i h!: 'ait'd! .(t. )!r. in the transfer corr"srcidnp! advance in rate on glu- This is the se -ret method of conduct pier! was soon totally consumed. I I lout at 11 :45 standard time it was then I ; 'j j

r., ia : jm tJj' Inn!. Among; the vendors are William A. core sirup coin oil. corn sirup, etc ing elections by which tile verier i ip is i Train Dispatcher Walker estimates .'_ minutes after noon by solar time. 1 \i
'. Walker the Walker Land company was; made. The rate p so hedged around with sa/e uards I
: I i j' which th! on dressed lJtttWlS : the loss at from HIO.OOD' to $5 'J.OOil. Thus the defendant insurance con : i' .
: by m the North Hirmingrham: Land company !increased 5 cents a hundred! that no one need knew bow he votes: ; ; Th panics claim that the '
::1 to hay skips of the slip and buiJdlnes.eight ; "noon" In thy t t f
., A, S. Fries elman. Joseph Meighan (two both don:stir nor he who would
-:ufl and export, and 5 cents ran purchase an policies '
onjett'J to t broad gauge passenger:; coachgand means solar time and base I I
'nil r-ents wr > deeds: Galley: and Howard, George a hundred also on provisions. The other's tote know for certain that tha :25 narrow gausf coaches: wetburned. e the ir position for refusing to pay them : k
II. :McVay. William M.ioro and the es' prrsi'nt rat's goods delivered.
on grain are
1':1' : and products from upon the ground that
t ii read The ferry Dteamer Enema 1 the policies gale
fate of Ma-trartt: Walker. Included Chicago; ; to :\pYork The bill applies this! to all I
'l I'i! 11 mh,- him are: Gra'n.eMtoit. 1'hirhVJ.i; moored to the raoie. w a expired 2Vi mmutts when the Art I ,
..\ii, 'rwnization in the \purchase are the brick yards 14:! cents; grain, dorcvst.'. elections held in the state whetherprimaries towed to a place of safety. The broke out. I

:,' r workings of and machinery of the lleighan Prick 17', cent; grain prouurts. export 13cuifs : state county or municipal of men missing' ia tf n. number I; i

company' doms-stic. 171Puts.. Thii.s elections. It provides for an election I
The depot was the terminal for tin 'BEAUTIFUL I Itrains '
; ';it rates <>n dressed b'W and supcrintfndent in each county, j'
< ;-tl I'd that th,' pro to Santa Cruz and also for I FLAG i 1 j'u i
i jt :\:1:i Shatter a,..1 vi.iorboth exj'ort and! domestic ar1" -> three managers and three clerks at he trains for Oakland and Alameda

something wuli, MEN WILL RETURN t nts aid 2"> cents respective-} each polling place the number of poll. The depot was constructed +
Tik u,_w nuts will!! take in? places the form of how on WAS PRESENTED ;
!'i'; to do, and ti! i cffetfon Di?:, ticket illiterate In ground, studded 1
by piles.
::1. and disabled shall I be 1 ;
"C' MM-I Mr ( onllll'I'. TO WORKSpecial persons the last year the Southern Pacific has
a to ilo hilt -turn art A* to the export rate situation! many of dollars AFTERNOON i
that Mr. Oompi( ; I -oiuh.jn! lines I. it was alleged; that tooths with coveTed ways to the hallo: In j repairing the approaches to the
I t
i vine! .rated. This was -''Riiof the reads had been fhaclin! ? bores shall be constructed, and all mole and the wharf The fer --
to The proper
Daily News: 'h ir rctes from St Louis territory t.- the details necfssary to pat th* measure 1.

,; pp-.aloe Ilazicton, Pa.0\'. 2 building contained! proper the covers oSces: several of the acres railroad ; The beautiful United !States flag 'I +

: t : b'e at the Cranberry and Crystal port, bringing them below thp differential. after some of tbe most satl. fae' operatives.. which anived a few days since was ',

,, .. it. Since the t.- Kidgo Collieries, of A. Pardeo: & Co., !. A satisfactory understand': ; tory laws "on this line row in Opf'r.l'tlon presented to Public ,School No. f#

'i I ii': h. of the Typo where the employees refused to return watfaciwd! in this matter, as is in-: in other states It is provide- HAD NARROW 1 by I+ I

1 > Min for the offite, to work because they were asked tJslgn t dif-ated by tip asT'H"Tieiif among th that the: measure shall not interfere ESCAPEo.Fire the Florida Society, pans of the r i

j an agreement not to repnentatv! lines aith of Georgia's American Revolution.
j been marie to ser intPreferewith to advance any registration In
Pa. i
::..> is it likely! at nonunion men, was settled today One of those per?era at the meeting! laws, and that it shall go into efl's c1 Homeless.locongaht'la ., RendersMany Judge John C. : 1

I ,'iat there will he a and operations will\ be resumed on is m'n'cd as hating said: July 1. 1903. i Avery wade thepresentation '
, a :> o\'. 20.hlml V
Monday Instead of signing the "In former f1'1\; POPP. when there! sprecn.The I f r
agreement was 1
In the Senate.- and a half of
prox; -rty was al mot .
":<'n entered into an individually at the mines the Mn--irerahl'! rate-rurtins; and the rate presentation took place at 2 'J
The senate had session! entirely destroyed h<'veralJOHN person p. i
a busy j
men in situation yestfrrtay.
the resolution; in- a body to abide by in ;gPn"raPy! was demoralized had narrow 'm. at the public school .
dght: bUls'pre escapes from crematmi building. '
"I: l., Berger of M.l-.!! divisions and empowered a committee Increases decided eyrie brought th'' passed a -- ; i
and: $125.000
number cf house and senate worth of damage donI'b I
I of their "local" to make rate to were I
i the! written up perhaps not
convention +> prom more than .
fire vhsrh
!1sr that all of the read a !second time and two new metisures } a started on lain streetIn WORKMAH'WAS"SERIOUSLY
-? 'alisrn.: Tin- eon, employees will comply normal tariff. The advance now the
ousinf-s I!
were intro'iucecl. section of this! city
't i-l i at the Scrant.nv.Mir with these conilitioos. All of the agreed upon will, in view of the present shortly before I'
One of midnight and borne
the raost important bills: I
men but three :
: that the grin are accused by tha favnrabl! conditions he a real 1 until 4 o'clcx! 'k this morning
pa= prt"as that of Senator miuber -
of 1
of Perry HURT
.. company having: been Increase. '
r union unduly ac 0
t I
ueme t the of families\! whoprl' rendered f
Thirty-third district
which seeks
tldUring the strike, will On<> of thp ,
mcfssary for th re rein reason; given for this i lost
hhireless their i
to clothing and barely -
enrouragp trolley -
companies to
: Th a1>'4ncemeat off I a'tlon2..<,; the general advance i inwuses r escaped with their lives. "L 'J
.> the country IV-i. The only collieries! In this distrlc! to employee! which is being suburban lines with a view todeveloping J1t>fore the flames ] Will Glover, colored, employed on .
the were placed undercontrol '
offered! a !:lIb Utllt':) where theee differences have not been I granted by various railroad It was country sistrkts. Tb aid had been the: IJritish ... : :
secured from steamship
measure provides for a'l
amendment Cairncrag
settled an to
are those '
of Cure aso
Bros. pointed
he convcrtion to titi'p,1 & Co out that if there :
ever that section of the code which surrounding towns'! and when the fira was
stipu seriously hurt
whose men will this If
'raton! advise the meet this afternocr was need of cutting: rates to secure fighters arrived the morning. .
later that where railroad bas lie on scene it ws
a e
c ''i or ani/e their and receive a proposition from th! s I business, there certainly is no The steamer is discharging a !
ecA :)' necessity In found there was no cargoof 1-
operation another road cannot build! I water In th3
company outlin'n! I for
plan of settlement. such action
now. kainit
.' power to secui a parallel line within 10 miles ef tin mains with which the !flames could loexting'ii.shed and Glover was in the hold ,

.. equivalent of iunwof existing line, except for the intitial 1 Dnamitt1'as securo-l shovelling out the product. I
-: the wage sy', PILES. 10 miles !and JiEt when it was about to he Eud'I\ : 'I ; t

'.' '. '.t of an industr."iMcaiy. .:. Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. Constipation: is mostly responsible: The bill: by senator Perry providesfor 'placed under the burning: buildinss denly It caved in, burying the negro J .

'.. : The" sub- The little daughter of Mr.: J. X'I I for piles. Masses: of hard, dry bocce an exemption of street railwajs 'the water was turned on and the work to his neck and crushing his body :\ !i

i J "lit: of order by the Powell jumped on an inverted rake i, ]packed in the bowels. pre s on tbe from the operation of this: provision of fighting! tho farces: : started badly. The patrol wagon was called J :: I '.
fur the re- made of ten penny nails, and thrust veins to such an extent that the so they may construct lines nearer and carried the ,I .
1 : 'tl' which was a one nail entirely through her foot circulation: of the blood H interfered than 10 miles of existing: railroad line to his home, ... i A i

+'-;! anal resolution. : and a second one half war throu) h. with, the veins in the rectum become Whit! the measure was on its passa? KEENAN ISCAPTURED where Dr. Renshaw attended him. 1 ,! g f
': n oftVre.i i expanded and piles is the re- -- '
it as an Chamberlain' Pain Kahn was its author made a short speech! explaining ---- .

'i :t was so, admitti"! promptly applied and five minute* I suit.Cure the object of the bill ,
later the pain had disappeared and the constipation: bv using: A bIn' ) LARGE CROWD ;
changing tho time for holding
,. "- tmvthe; floor no more guttering was experienced.In I HEPATICURAand the piles will ,
in rir! three days the child heal themselves if not too far ad the annual sessions of the legislature! !

1.-,niiment as did: Her- her shoe as usual and was with wearing absolutely I.I vanced. As HEPATICURA is entirely from the fourth Wednesday in Octoher FROM FLORALA : ;tt '

.t"* T and Shernpn r m no discomfort. Mr. Powell is free from irritating effects, it to the fourth Wednesday 1UI:8earh Special to The Daily News.. : t
amendment and well is well to take it in advanced cases: COlumbIa 8. C.. :-to,. 20.-John Keenan -
.. t m a known merchant of Fork land.:1. year beginning in 1903, was read --
Itt,>*> were dolpcat! 'Ii \' Pain Balm is an antiseptic and to keep the faeces soft. (Sold by all for the second time in the senate; the negro burglar who murdered tl :
\. .' Pre-ldcnt Dacca:.. heals such injuries without maturation druggists.Do morning and is expected to be Samuel Willlm** Mar Greenville Saturday A special train of four passenger ; I i

",'h"rs and in one-third the time required while being! oleo to Jail fcai cars! arrived from j.' ; ,
I II passed today. Florala this .
yen want a magnificent watchfor morn "
by the usual treatment. For been captured neat Eaatuc, Union i I
little money It so, call on ing at 9:30
sale by all druggists and medicine o'clock, the number of
I >K Out for Texer.u.d dealers. Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate For Over Sixty Years. county. ; ; f J
Keenan was dressed In woman'sclotblnf passengers being over 1000. All intermediate ,
SOOTH re STRUP: b&i f' -:
liver disorders at end was making )tie .
..ty be prevented by The finest line of sterling silver been used for ever ility yean by trillionso wa.ya.crosa stations were stopped at, 1 t I
MEAT & MALT has a marvelous: mothers for their children while the country) accompanied by ;

ltlt-\ *tem:rs. with Thee: De famous Witt's goods and silver novelties is to be dietetic \Thilerefreshingand with perfect taccess. It soothes the teething child: hl. wife _ and passengers taken on. The re- j I

It please all.Cleaning. colic,and It I the best remedy for by large crowds a
itly but copiously, and of food. Sold byDANNHEISSER Dlarrhoe&It..1lI better than three of the doubtful today.CASTOnX.A.. = t
tf! relieve the poor little sufferer 1m 1
B tonic ertie .
prop ? kind. few
Though costing a cents
-rrt1tti to the gland ladies skirts and waist! BROS. mediately Bold by Druggists every par, ;
,_, 11': :acv John Sheppard, Is one of one specialties Star Lan -- --- -- of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle more per bottle, its purity and great Eant>u *Ito Kind M Haw Hi' a/s Betgfr+ t}

) 11.11 I, dry. Try Gunther's Candies al Be sure yon ask for"M n.Wlnslow'i Booth strength make it the most economical S- /T'sjtJLS/Z '- .

Solomon's. lag Syrup, 'and take no other kind. A brand. ''. < SW4 Zrt&

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HARVEY LOGAN __..HnP > n' _. ._. ... _. __ -n ______.. __.
A CASE Nasal

Cannot Find James Stewart .
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FACE OATARRH crse Wanted. '-"r"t".. ";; !: -' J -k'.u.,. I . M: [ OF GRIT QG IC Irn:>ortal't Witness :_ .ti :M;_.. ; ; -- -- ;

JlWfi&oold Kr.o\vlle: Team, Nov 19.-Federal
all it. there
be c'pBr-"rtpgRt stage 8A1-eYIR authorities ia Chicago here made aj "Let he COLD DUST twins do your work"

__ Copyright, Ix::. by C. B. Lewis. Ely's Cream) Bala4' official: rrtuin stating that Janes Stewart

: HUMOURS i ii "Tes, it's nice very nice," said the I I : t':.e "important witness" wanted
retired capitalist as he put the thousand the i icitei mcp, nce. ijii*""*-** I hy the defense in the H.n-ey Lcsan ,

iI i dollar greenback he had been displaying It cares : :=',an Ur.,'.s E% +raPhaw.y case Lore is not to be found in CMcti'go
i a Cjil .u .3d Lead
fat wallet "It's to p'O'br him
kick: into a ,'l.clq' It was proposed
r O
S.. e1 r P, i I Lot only nice to have such things Cream Ilatntspinedtstothenostatsrpeadi! that Logan: was In Fiance when the

alxxit, but to look back and rememberthat ortr the tteni' *SEo and is aJoEorbed.. r.eeC:; Immediste Wagner. Mont., express robbery ova

and a carefoilowi! It Is not I owe all I've got. to the state of"nut rurred.The .
rot produce tntezing.; Urge Stze. 50 cen'i tt Dru;;- examination ot witnesses is now j
Connecticut.!' or by mail; *>ial Sae, 10 cents by maiL

why particularize Connccticutr"Ia'cau 1 ELY BROTHERS.: Warren Siree:'Xew You going; on. A. J. Smith, vice presidentof Li 1 !

- the National Lank of Montana, of
laws and bause of
: a of its /
: I VIRCHOW AND HIS WAYS. Helena; U. r:. Livingston and W. 3.Davecpcrt. z
its iopUWhen; I got: my diploma as
of the treasury
I went Into business in
a pharmacist Herr l'rof".IIor "'8" Blunt, bat HeOnco John Sanders and E. R. Bryant: of

4 that state. In old days a druggist Mrt I4 Match. St. Paul. express messengers ttstifi- 'mma 4/L/

Ij: i who started business iu a Connecticut lYoft-ssor \ rl'howas. in
ItnxO The late as to i4t),000 being shipped! from
curtouaAtoA found about forty old
town his own country at least almost hs \7a-chinston and handled as far as I

laws cm the statute books to confront famous for his excessive bluntness of Wa onO!". Smith: gave detailed! t sti-; \
r I' hire ainl render! his! life miserable and y.
remarkable t
Blackheads for his Lien-
i Pimples speech as very moray as to the robbsry. Fireman
I the stranger; who opened business in a tat AtUinmentsay* the Philadelphia '
Skin Jlil-e O'Neill, two was on the tra."I.
H Red Rough, Oily snuill I town found all other businessmen I'ress. Often he spoke so unfeelingly:
; i and Lieutenant orgIcht'r: ('. of the
I aioilnst him. I pot a corner storeIn to the students who sat under! him In ; III II@fPSis@
Prevented by
Knoxville police who placed Logan
t a bin village and began to hustle the lecture rooms that they have been
I did to take a full under arrest also testified.: Mclnre
i The tirst thing was known to leave his classes! and not re
l. in l lo 'al Can you l->- identified tile money Logan had as De-
page a< a paper. According to ISerlin traditions.
gj1 (ut1curaH : lien that I was arrt' tc-d for it?" one turn.of the professors favorite repliesto ing: the Montana money. More clothes are rubbed cut than worn o :.

I 'On what grounds?" was asked. a v nmi:.; answer to one of his questlors Mgr VrtFoiiIo( Banqrett ed.
'Tor exciting\ the public!
un< uly ; : was: Toronto Nov. -'itr.: Falconio.

Ye, sir; tl warrant read that I was "Certainly notny cook would papal dclesate: to ('ar.ata.1:0 has eOLflJ DUST

Mi-kiii'4 to stir UII] anger; and exclte- know better than that been promoted to a similar! pos-ition inWaehiiuton. ,

SOAP t. went a uitixt puMic welfare, and I was On the! other hand he se.-mfd to appreciate was! han' uetted by thq

i lined 8uand ('alltiolll l to ps slow.!; I the spirit! in some c>5 his student Canadian Cathoi"s"! union last mpht t will spare your back and save your ex-:
) for that ad.,
!. > tiG
paul: t iiewpajxr '
whirl prompted them to answer Amonz tho; present were the pn>- economical than sec- :
PEM-IK rsa' Cr7tITRApAPagISiPtllyfTlC'RAlICTHe.YT,1ur and- yet the editor came out in the nextissifc' I Better and far more
l r MILLIONS OF him Kick inery much his own tone.Uure I ruler of Ontario the mayor of Tnronn, 1
$ and s.ud it was evident that a when he was presiding in a veryold 1 other Washing Powders.
; the hierarchy: and clergy and! Ualhulaity I
.ering, purif)iug.all.!\ri'imtifywjt the I daiiL'"Ti:< aj-.talor; : had svttud: in the J I
; { |>re w : and (.111.,1ma of clothes: he turl of Ontario to the number oi :2''n.\.
of cra ,
for cleaiiMiifC the scalp aid ought! t lx> carefully
skin end dandruff, and the stopping of ,1 "community > of SUui'iiUJol1: a secir.ingly: baslifu; The rnonicn said that in thr-- i Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK: CCVF/l': :,
scales the
: to.iKt'd after! It wa proprietor .
;i, 4a "hitel1 funl ui: n Mtthisj: near him ii'iJ n..ked learned to love ('a.n ra 0' A_ 4i
falling hair, for softening. ulr. who instituted the years he had other drugstore
b "nothing r<'J, rough! and sore IIA.I-'S! for i, "! !n v'<.ur e\'s te'l! ,yon the truth? better than: any country in the worldFoley's I

baby rashes! iumg, awl", ar.l | pr-xtH-di-aS'; stMi'ht: rw. and in reveiss" 11'h.t" <-:I.S: tli--'t <.( i.>ii-V" I !

f ,of the : b.ith,and I in..rkivl. all: lay patent dollar remedies! IIl' itatio:1 the '
for all the IW-IIJM 11'mint ::.i i.i-t.1: :it > 'far I"top" _
CciiHi hwlI to S .'nts. That left a thumping Honey -
of Women u-u e
t n&id- ., nurwry Mi\ lath: ::(l1'I''Iu in ride and <:iisl"I presume \ tile c.t1h and h'>ul- the Inn >s. TeTTTET'TT*'' ",
in less I i r
CtRASuu' \11 th.-fiTiuof 1'itlisluranuoy- bi,: prutit. as you know, but b!. "';. Now it U I color lInWl.ltY. .-xtSiH.IH'M V >
any \
!I-1 it >\ i I' ::' e : P'-'-ul'-ititutes.. W. A. D'\\-m-I i
h 1n irriullllli.. ii.i.uiii.iUoiisan'lexfori.; than th'rty-rix!! hours I was arrested I : j jif !'\'JtJ"b.LId .,.
j ismeri'
; T7. .t e\i. <,tTV. bertr, 121 H. Pnafoit; :: :. Tile u'It: -i-tgtiedtake't! k t:
} t"o tr--e or offi'tt'ire iie-sjiin'jjn{ ; I The chirp wn that I wa '
atioll i'tRiiii. I
:! .1' a
L. 14 '..r.'ccak4'k'I j Tint stuili't: was pas3.d. u -- ..trHW'! tv r seivices: a- \ n"f'i'y ( ', .
ks+ t9 i+'pit'lKirinK to defraud my creditors. ftr..t.h.' 1i('('ri-ed '.lJhIWlf". hay' '
7 I
pee:.t.: IUd for many baiidtive purioses.Trsazent proved that I ha.ln't any, but owned Big Petroleum Fire. I' :iu hart 5>5 years: i i! tt 4to\ .. lalsam, .

t! 1 ',' ; COmpf3! >!: f (for Kannsfs:: ; $le rny stock and had 5U">:!>() in the bank, OIk sa. Russia, Nov. 19.: -Nearlv i DR. 0. GOLDSTEINTHE f give hi--t of references from j j"ading 'I I.'w)f.r" ard \ '
I TNTRASOAP'lV.j.torleinsC: 1 but the court held that there must be ",ill\nOi) ) gallons!! of petroleum stored: I physicians of thi city. 'lr..4J'f
Con Iet1ti :oM .. iiuil Miflon oho 1! of fraud in knocking I >;. M.tltf (i1pp1\1: 'eJU 'a .. ,:, .
thn tU'M'ti-'- .mil < i'i'-! some sort my ta reservoirs on the outskirts of this : '
t y k n rUTJi' OOT'IF.r I lIt South \)p1111+>1''' I"ot. ; .... ,
t. II' tntcleui'd 4 of ; i down and I paM another fine. EMINENT
tg rt ($_.).,t'> (;.-t.etct9! :yItrd; l!,;:.tn0animanon! prig I city have been destroyed by fire. .
4 andirrltUnnamid-n.thu' :11I.1 hedandtr'ri; : i, I realiztil by this time that they war'after - _._ .
-- -
'1 1-"Lvtr I'liLs <'*-.'.). tit 'k,1 andlie.inrl born of fiat'npstixk : : [
1'1'f ClJiiA 11. \ but I was
x the li'ii' ,d l. .\ MM.I.htTUotlbU Forty Tear Torture. NOTiCr. .
) _
'14 : mind to hang ; CH'CKFSTEF 5 ( L
ti I -vtrc-t< .t-> atilt I made up my OPTIC SPECIALIST ,
"unid..IoJ: r u ii 1le: *> take"art
t j'et'F T' f4 IILW Hioofiiate To be relieved from torturing; I have been authorized to \ \1 .,V'ti HU.3,
CrTlerrt IYs'Ltl NT ( i, on. diS'1 for Win. Jeiinini t!:.iIryan's \ t &
CJ a uewLLte1&oourk5) <,e.n.3r torture nbscriptio"a! <: .:t..L A ,
Gutted) are ? ea-e after forty years' ; "
7 .\ntl the next move .
# : t t nurnu' leahaltntefurthei.hhratedh'utd| p.lPI.r. Thll CJnn.uvfr. P'.I.l Ii." "'" '
''i CUTItil.tlIiuLv'F.\rGV UICK.-S iirn.e,2Di;; '! "Well, I h'd a grocer next to me and well cau-e the !gratitude of :1I1Yne'l WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26TH The prier H 1.GO per year in ad- !r4,L. ...I'1iYe: hili('IIH1I1-'I., .. ', ?
'r Koid th-,.thoul the v<'rid! Bntiih Drpnt: :rrChertrrhuer.l.lona'm. d. the opHIte' corner. DeWitt's ( ., _, > .
:? a slinestort on | That i is: what ranee. Ta'l:! si desiring; the paoor .: ::-_ ,1.1. '
} fiMirb t"p.dSauede.ap.r. .
t .
\: .. ,
1)..,.. .ua.: lucrt bole I I four J'.ozon! lxttK"s of WILL POSITIVELY BE THE have to th, sendirg 'ry i 4 Ilttacrroi. 1 n'
reel I'miis >u The grocer tfot Halve did for C. Haney Geneva, 0. : call: it -f-nt ni by I / (1 .In.. .
rte tt I, l-rot, 1100""" t.h.A.: r _: 'i.rough medk-ine to'insMle out, and the Witch Haz..I') U.OOto the underbiifiiPd.U.M.: S Jf fK.TI. ... I1, r. ?' ,' .." | ,
'. "DeWittN '
r '
t He says; : I ; tin{ /I4 u, '
; :
and POCIIE, Z ...
.! a lot of pones! LAST DAY.I *
I Iman put I had ., .. .. ,
after r ''
YOUNG MAN SUICIDES.! I Salve cured me of pile u I.' ( '
kyl t 4, a! i tkthbni.hes on !'aJ.'. 1 at once bought I I Care Daily N "wo!. '.- .,,'1.
r1fk suffered Cures cuts,
M t forty yew.
two barrel of sugar: awl sold it at a
n Poison and Pistol Ball End His Ex, andI burns, wounds, kia diseases.; IJe- I
cent less a found thrall the :srocer

!'p11 isttncr, ': pit a case of boots worth $::5 a pair ware of counterfeit HargU' Pharmacy I WICKE & Goa
Macon Nov 2'i' -fttMrjc Shfp. rd. I
) : and :::116't'ry man hiilioioo for John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn.

r youn: man of Br*)'l address .iJIII1i"C. $l..V). I made those fellows tired inaluuit

; t ; to han hMOn in business at CorMll'l and they n:.'
three days, Pln.N fortune In nikV Teeth. IcmlieF Gas and Steam Fitter

.11 committed si'lcidt! at Cross Ks, ; rested for false( pretenses.) I turn2! Eight hundred tlks' teeth in the ,

t )1 hamlet 3 miles OUT of Cast Maron. I alxiut nail hauled 'em up for !;t>ml g I ::rawf an Indian! chief, all splendid I

g i a The body of the ycung man w v:, tools not coMTcd by tllf'r: l.ceiibes. I : and su-wptihle of mountms. i
i $ i j specimens i No. u Si nth Palafox'
i found bv a nero in a ;sro-. .>. K s'I: !i, and they let {;o of mo si* if they'd I were the wondtrful Had by .1 IMiil.V!

..e i7I t the lodynas a spdawaPr lottle !tc I uu-ked up a hot pi.tato. Meanwhile: t::: I phla! curio hunter namwl Ximmtnimu, ,, : ; !'!: ;r.'..-. oi flambinic! and OH' Fitt'mrs tJattrials i et I.

t ? i' laudanum Lo'.tlo. NUh2ipty.. and i i'J'l af 1 _U.r tlruszlft was laving. fi.r; i ia 1.1" I who has been Katherin relies! aloni I 1 I ..;.t.r.: >'!:v'l a. t'\iii ()'ILA 100 1 .'

J tD1. one chaaiVr of which had 1)I>13n : :a'.n. There was a law that cv.'ry the canyon of the tortuous Snake river ---- j _

( f diechared.h pre"<'rlptiou should I I..' tiled with the for f'tOHralmontl1s. says: the Kin Francfo G Goldstein, the ""foll-kllownl ----- -- --- .r -----

p Shepard bad swalo0'l! the (J<':FOII I' town clerk, but. not knowing: of it, I Call. Zimmerman dug;: into th.- Opt' specialist, will remain in Pen- i TiijVA1 TI1Ji'i

4 4 'a and then put a buI"t in hu tlraln.I I had taken no step I pleaded pu.lty grave, which was in a wild barren and ;cola a few day Inn;rer. He I-I SmiRDTIGHT \ \ \

r l r I Shepard had hern heanl to say h"was I when arrested :mild was ni{Nl $111 andiOMii. remote country along: the Snake river .topping at Hotel E cambi t. wh"rehe j jI I

P'r; point to take his life! but no on j 1 wantttl t-> set even of course almve Lewiston Ida. Some distanced I invites all desiring to have g-I'--I-- .

; thought he really intPme l to in so. and the chance! w>oii oceuircd. lie visited urn he rncountl'T,1itwral smallliones I:: adjusted to their eyes arks to call curefulperusal Hi'; mi '' 3 tsars Old, i ia Casss of 4 Full Quarts, at S3 20 per urillsr :
'y him. The Doctor a
all t
I his ttore on Sunday to ee that I i41 .
examination to -
which on proved - -- -
of the followintr! :
3J ,, t FIGHT AT CORN HUSKING. I was right, and I swore out"a warrant be magnificent cpeclmens (If 1.lks'tt"'lth. Having had many year exp' --II I- :: WIfISKEVi'ditilk'I.It: i l 'tl./ :V
Ar and h- had to fork over C.>. The law and on scooping away the earth with ;I f'I1'twith a largo: piactice I an ',. 1 1'.y., iiilry, and is fully; mi: .,: i i t i WoO.

;, E'r Fatal Stabbing Affray Near Spring at that time even kept a irin ot of his; : his hands he tound that: n loose tunic I ailed to relieve ilo-per-on- hot v' i !I..j'.! > hnttlttg.; s"t i I-ub-olutely! I u. .,1.,1 I II'i "

own stare r.n Sunday!: unless in ease of ailment of the c'lii-mi' p .n of il I i ino .
Ga. wrapped around the ex-chief's skeleton any rye ,'.il'i i'i quality by any lt'htskty
}i; # Place I lire or serious illness. bad been literally crammed with I i iI I aid impeiftct sight.' I will triv' v' u i., ttit-r where produce, The Uovalr't.i

1I Spring! Place! ra.. Xov 20).-JohnElessonsame I "A dry K: <"HS man went into toilet ,I teeth the best obtainable in the days: 1 a sati-factory examination: ana /lithe .,uT: yearn old when bottled :and, cmi ul ,

.t stabbed and fatally I nips RIll} I .m-'lit and nlnio'av; when elk were plentiful. Zimmerman I eyes with suitable g-Ias-e-. fir.'ll'-nt: qu:ihty, is I the clinipt-t wh-:

w 1t "!rounJeJ1111aro O'-born ct a corn RV, -iy I'nli.l'1ml!'h to last that county i In the rapid progress, : "f -c'lin1' r n .:dH at that pricp. As a bl'vt-razt',
find Lewistoa for
took to shipmentto
; 't husViiig 2 miles from this pUc len jfirs.:: When I had s-ettK-d him a and rcimtilic invention for tin .. ; 7 IiI1 ,h-, 'hutiy i pure stimulant, there 1- noiii" i il b>,

414q t 4 4 While Osborn Ia sail! alive, it U only I Irrkstore man task up seidbtz ivw, Philadelphia, keepintry quiet i I ten or fifteen year* much inoi 'n hl (l>i,,'ltn: taiPeCOletal'otI1 n no markw'! ttn '
,) I i shout the discovery. One man to whom 1 1I 1 done to discover the real."ii-eof Iud ,it contents. If purchaser; up. .ii < \ .
of a few hours unti" the d the town I
a question; i lo'ro .! pilK\ awl I suvplit
: < 'i : .. ,
f he eontidod the secret in Lewiston offered : los of vi-nal power in bolt y mui? thi. wniJkiy, U not eati-fied with t' "
i is the v'rdri! of the physician j.Elesse&sairip and envelopes. t h.l :
41 end with tree! paler I him jl ) apiece for the 1Y, ) will and old and much ha< been: u-arned CUll reinrn"the same at our eX'I1wIll -," ., '
f T i 1 rr 19 is at l.rjte. but the officers I gut the better of !him when I was tint d the red streak. and means discovered t<> r-medy bt refunded.

!t ( I are making every effort to capture I for usliig;\ou lanzusge: It I I the defect; of the eye by the us. of a All oiders should be accoiiipanii d ''

b1 a f : him.'t anything I said, but a sin in glus.ea.: TEARS OLD eurrt'usey.pQ'tlfliCemoney! : order h.t I :, r
r tmorlrnn liln
1caite" "
& t Both yrmn? mpn tore MTellont:: char. the window! reading! ']uu'w All GotT.m. on !i" rpf'ctacle11Ou1J be u-i d whenever r-- PIPSiiimity' order.Ve n fm r t" i h.liai .' -
t} the fir.-t cost of American c
acters. this being the first trouble : but I've taut the Cure.: It wasa Beyond larger the vision becomes in tee Itat TANDA .k or ..(I-r meich:int in Peu-ucol:
iz built ships another weighty; factor either! n'gin AL
T by day or o
di1- impaired
.t x ., either of thpm has err been >known cold foot rraiedy, but the jwLt
43j I in the question of how to revisethe spectacles should not be
: C 111111111111
: { to have: >rtrlpat! ps
American merchant marine Is the : Used under any circumstances, a- S. A. FRIEDMAN
= I was at any ratealcalated
; : a'l.llltltl'r thinK; an '
I henslti\e I wide difference! in shipboard! wages between I the); \light is unevenly refracted!, ui.dsuch
ei d'g' $,i ; { Prominert :!hatt<''lnot'an: SJide! : I ,' to stock shouldered this country and Its JuroJtplIIcJmpetltor" CUU=PS the eve to fnlity I Sol.B I'KoPKIETDK, I'EXSArol \ ;
usual tine my
F I paid the : I if I'.UAJLIANPKH15LES
Chatt-inoo: :-;o2I1harh>s ,1.I rapidly, whereas I : 3
+; 'j This difference in wagesIs Y
s Y y And?".on. a j>rf) Citizen of th's! i iIt i gun to get back at the lie chap was a iut characteristic! of the high speed I or the FINEa1' C'UYSTAL I V O hlX1114.! IKI.M'M; ','
out the warrant. LENSES: are properly! aOJu+
r rltj. crimtnlttiM: su'ru'p rarlr thiiriornir ; I mail steamers alone. In the report of
and church deacon will perfect. <1-
i furniture man ed, the eye not see
: }! ? 01 Io.,kotf;! mountain! by I, nod after a bit I had him fined ?5 for the commissioner of imigntiim for I in youth but H strtn them.d and' -.........-.-... -- -- ---
+, shoiitine hlr's" through the head I obstructing the sidewalk. with a Ixdstead. 100<> there is a comparison of the payrolls I rrei'ln'pcf. -.J fjSF \ handle every des of 1.1i |

Business rov"-p<;i s wee tho cause. of the American steamer' I of imperffct vi-imi .ills
As to trade and profits, I hadn't cargo In cages i i: hulk or bottle or yet < :
i> .4 HP was: TC-M.'Iv n'3TVrt! H* was :! ally, of {'our"lut as my f>Xwu"J I'leiades and the I'.ritislj rarpt steamers I and headache c-tll-pd th rbj :, p, rf .1 are way down.

) niiM5: Tennes and Masconotuo all of "ct spectacle' will rive relief To ,
rk t i largely I were light and my stock all paid for I Lady Joieey dimmed or AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABS7 EER.

t ili *?e oil < t-('\ :in,) a fpw days azo; 111.-1 I could afford to hang: on. When they about 3.500 tons. The twonty-su officers I' eyes blurred tired they weak.painfnl.offer t a !strerurtiemix; -

7 a petit'on in banknn-tcy! In the Utlte had made a general boycott on me, I 'I and men of the American s'aip receive rest and refre-hmeut. In onr i -

States courtWEAK. hunting mind, $1-15 a month, or SU.:;So'' a year, I' iI TIME TABLE.
t 4 i UMI! to ;::') off fishing; word, remove the cause if, the difficulty I

I queerly enough I was arrested for In wages. The thirty orticers anti men \; avd the eye Will have tt!
1't5i read I of vine nriti"h ship revive & C1 a and LQU'SVLLEND NASHVILLE RAIL=: OG DIN
I that Under an old hew which j: origin;: -il ..Lnshtni beauty I

y that n drugstore mu.-t IK kl'pt1\ 'n month, or $11.;52 a scar and the thir i health. It require professional, EKKhCT Uf'i:,n_ lIaR 1. Iwo __

during! reasmablihours on weekdays ty-two officers and men of the other ;i t'iiidanct! even when the beat article I

I i was tine-1 Cite and costs. My I rival Itritish ship receive g/:";!I a month or |i is .llTtd. a* the eyes are frequently New Orleans-- and Mobile."
i I NERVES the man who eaU'M'd it and the $1 t.1 a $'I'ar. Practically! the same di--Iilui'tr and they require C1.1rl'tI11l1 --- -- No.ll. '

ien-e-. S.i.1\ :so, t. "o.J. .
next diy I'U with him.: differenc" will lie found in the wages, ,;, 11:15m 11! :IXj p '.eve .. Y'-rsnrola .?Arrive 5IJI B + :
very phs-e1? of too 7-16 a I' ',
; UP
d i-ni-ej the bloodboeomins1 aud be mi [ lIrdml'ril'lIJ and IlriUsh: pallingvessels. i Many person MiVi a ii7p4Hp: 1'i2A I L'B ._ lomalon ,. I..f-av.. L'' a.. tII:00
rain (
Are generally by .\ ehuuiu-y lainied out "I' '
great: refractive power or too -tron 2.55 a ,i L-ave... ... Mobile .. Leave 1: :0 u
+ nnpnr', thereby! depnvins: :tt> lire hell Tl-e law read tiuit any I .-WSnthrop L. Martin in 8erlbner' I a magnifying po-er, opposing they ...a. H::So I TR ft 'i IhptP.: NPw t/flPRn1 L..e+e _".:: -.p 7 \

them of the 'flroprttf.nth'2'utnZ t i !vr nourUhmeut. Ti> curp weak tH'rve' j : : .f meshm"nnor I I' far -
as: u lire: was fiuiky a | 111not hold the type so awnlfrom

t you must, therefore, fir-t purify anc; ;, and as there was no tire it 1 l HE COULD HARDLY GET UP. 1 them la !o short a time. Tbi: .. I Ne.I.te

: 11 1h cfi cleanse: the blood. Then you need I mistake as this canseii : !! :N'o '!. No. ... f''n."ooIBrrl..., '.'>0 P Q -
t7 cit $s to tuatters. P. H. Dully of a hley. Ill! write"Th'5 : i is entirely a llnop m ,1%.!.', pm L. '
It will
I1ISa i
: 'ts Hosteller's; ytomieh: Hitter* I the mu ele to r -lix. eau-e* :1 gaga 1:57 m ArrIve.. '''ont%omlry Leave U1 ,
chary m p Jt
i "It'it 1 they let you alone at last? that I hive taktttwo i .... _.18"8 ".gj 1m'
mike is HlImlnlh
w perfect the diction, : ant I to certify hardening of the Cry-Ulline L"n<;*. I 11:59 am t.iTt p m \rnv. .
..... Leave
I : 1 r abundance d healthy blood. I was asked bv one of the listeners. bottles: of Foly'- Kidney Cure, uid sort to change ten; " t TT p m 8lu: : m Arrive\rriT4 .__..IxiJi Nustville,ville ..... l.e&veArrlv PI: pm. 'C,
E strengthen the n;.rve*; and cureDASPFIMA "Yes. after n year or two more of ?:*> n at t.Ha) m 'iclncittl .. I BVe 6- =ii (
4x: and it ra* helped me more than another \ I leu-ein rapid -uece >ti 7:::i n m !l'5a m .'.
E y : } CoxsTirTii: : HILlorsxEss It." replied\ the! retired druggi: ail i and lose the power of accornmod: T:30 a m L:*' P m -=\.!nv"t.:--I: _:.L.otvh __ :1 p m'fSXHACOL&

,; P It j l+ ANn :\IALHI.Tn' IT ;I ".\nd then sou shook hands over the mediciriH. I tried many tion or lo=e the power to arijust yoneyes -- .AND: RIVER JUNCTION.No,21Uaay -
'' t .1 AND KG t' 1N\1S1':1\: Hu,1 to make million vertised reinedie3. but E tie of thengave I I
Jr I chasm Leg\n : your | to different distance, cf>ntrqutmly I 'it
I i Urn, Lot !!lOlrO X(). :i-lanv do
relief. My druygi t No Ittp" bcr!!
rn 3-1J\1111
I and a half was asked as the retired any you will have: to wear gla***::!! No I --- .

Fi Y HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH I drtwglct pot up to go."Why. co'Jimi't.decl Foley Kidney Cure from near and distant vision I'ln,; ____ 7.uo a m I4"AV8 ....- Fcns"col ...._A rrlv.. ( 10.5t pm_. ..
A Before 11pm ........ !
hacurd com 10i7
atd it me. ... Ioh'-mta
I yes; tint was the end of theattempted mepcin? it< tie I wa in arch a can be avoided by u-mg spectacle:= !2::5 I nl titli'j T'UI"TIII" .. ........ Yaiftr ...-.... .. vi'y .,
i freeze out but I sold my :, of proper fecal power. IJO"! .. ..___KicambUMnlat .._ NiI1"
I hap that I could hardly set: nj If defective eyes are allowed f) 7:1'1"" _... ._ IOj8"! +
BITTERS I store after a bit. There was no moneyto when otif-o down." W. A. D'Alem run uncorrt'ct*d. th"arf1 !liable: to, !%:!\'i" 7.2 T-a<- .---..... Harp ..-. ._ v> I"U.o"
12\I" "
bo made there. Hte. 121 IMifox: $: t. TM: .....-Gilt City__ 11:151J.10: .
I 'lend to some organic'troube.; which .. Mil ton ._ "
hohow"I TJi" .
i "I;It will notesitateamore, or less lengthy; 12.51 ..;_ II -Good Range._ +
I cot elected to the legislature O.A. 13 T O m X .A. trpatment by a skilled occulUt, and 1:11J a m 8:15" .. ..... ._. Holts .J "jaI) f"10"
I stood in with the ring for two or 1:9: t.r.j Y(u1 s.a Hum: Bcj T 1.5" 81'. _'_ Ml111vAI1 __ a I :: I j
LODGE DIRECTORY and I 3It1l.rl C1e may require an operation to be performed %: .. ..f'rU.I"W.._ I IIIIS"' ,
three ttrms. It may not be quire a It'i aatu.Marstnn. on the eye*. All these unpleasant Bye 23") .. !uSt IM" ...-....Deer Lund_ e,;tl\ '

rv'll.on) : and a half but n few thousand I I tk reultscan: be avoided to !a 83" tN" Mo-v head "" :to." ,
: : ...lJer-ulua/l'prltgl. rah -
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS iIoM-rs!!: make uo d.fforeuce; one. way greatextent:: and the *nll. rer be re 4.'1)1I")4" tllli"IIH" ..._..,... Argyle __ II 7u"ltO'

; : i [>r t'--: > other. I was tcllinr you of my tiered by the u-e of properly fitted :1> 8t1' .._Ponce de Leon__ ".. T::'Ii"' -J
\ .. ...We.t\'ile.: ..
Prnvmcol Lottgeo. 3. K. of P., p1 i irvnK n' a drujgi't biraply to S peCtacie. 6:00" 13)0' .. .._ Caryvtlle .._ I.
Ho to:15'
meet every, 3tonlay e'un. ; TOi: .1 mil!'!!!." $ Quina havtsomererynice I am now inPenacoliat; < the 6.UI 6..Joi"" 10:10' ..__.Jor.Uay____ 4.: ;: .
: I : cambia where I wi1! remain i B fI "1"
i td : __ thtplej ._. ._ : ..
lug It 7:;) at CaiUe flag *:4i
? LhlO
; In thi Blonct Watiot Lot!! v\lit: I is the point Dressers and ; few day: prepared to fit ptrftctlji ; 111" 11:11 .....Cn.ondetl.__ a:1: ,. \

t ,. Nut'11ng.bird floor. I "Co i'ato sane other! bu-Iness I if "you Wash Stands very cheap j i and satisfactorily the eyes of an;, It U6"" .II' __Mar:..rca. __ II" SJ 4al; )t )

R }w Visiting welcomed brethren corfl! !lj want to make a million and a hail! i, one desiring with correct glasses: T 7'M";.., Il n.t:t.. .. =iTr.d Cyprtjcet'.ca ltIii = II 5x J.

.{ H. A. LEE. : M. QUAD. I Just the thing to go withI j My fffice hours are from 10 o'clocl T"J.a4 I. ltt; 1 nona .. ._.._ rlDf'l\dt. ._ II a: I".'
y. : 8-10
r':0 O. I -- -- -- 1ll": SritaRtte '- _Luve
r H. HORSLIR C I on Beds. i I a ia. to :3 p. m. 8.15
K, K. A S. Try the NEW;' Watt C.IUffit





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SSIOENT is NOW\ Thousands Have Kidney Trouble I j: m MULE1! ; V Applicable.A I J IY i:, :

f and Don't Know it. PROVIDENTIAL Sunday school superintendent In I Curse I *

I to his about to i :
How To Find Out. talking pupils cruelty

HQMEWABD'\ BOUND : Fill a bottle or common glass with your I -- i I animals said: "Only coward would {I :

water and let it stand: twenty-four hours a '!'I ;Con-r-t.: ::'.:. ;i.T.. C'. strriurcjTb.t ] abuse n creature that has no way of I| I; ,

-- .r t___ sediment or set- r.:<.U? is a ch-t-r gift: (.f 1'iwl-I protiftii's; it>elf. U'Ly. children, I | 01'i'' o I

v E tf .. 0V51' He Returns Jt"': I tling indicates an j f'"' ;.(-." salJ; Annt: III.b"l "toil 1';,'. !I.. i iI one knew a l.f.le I 11..< whoUt off a ; 1

IL_ L1'1 /' unhealthy cendiIm1.1 :' \\1.1nj.: I II'n ,'a f's tail! 'Ii.irl! : -,f it-t..,..k a kul:',- .t,

fc '.:'ashiiijjtoa. ', \ ticn cf the kidneys I :. a.d cut the till rigid'; off! 1'an any DOINK :
: if it stains;' : ':,; '!) ;l-, 1'tIII:1: c, ::4 !It ; 1;
till ,
cue me a lrst.10 the! I that
\ tyour linen it is 't"'l I f.1-: :; t.. ... :::" tle: i I :. '
would have taught tlii cruel buy that i
:;.. AT evidence of kid :t< '". .i -.,';nl'.OW. thr '!jliriikli a 'It,.: I I.e should :'
n_ 1 not ha\ e cut oit the calfs CUKED BY
ney trouble ; too '', i,,,'u n ua had jwked! his ln-nl. i taV: :
.:::c-t Occurred at Kens- frequent desire to .. if
t.' < pass it cr pain in -.\ tu.httlc! : lrw.lfast fib'exj -taiitiy After a moment's silence: a small WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. i II

: Prior to the Departure of' the back is also: toy held up his hand nUll when nskcd I lp. t j. ;
A"a taile X" m/or. (ml'"' girfa in flat (
l' When Precident Was Pre- convincing proof that the kidneys and tlad-] 'It'? a trnr." her brnthor ..Toar.! a->.. 11 iiimti' his! \'l'r'NltU.t'd, "What u-ulfr.ttii, oruifir. / -ith..I,'liuiht3 ktiorUJge.Whl'e 1\
I ocr are out cf order. j I tifj; hath Joined test-tier !let no man j jtut I
swr"l ploxnlSr md t-.nrs i f
to .
'' E3X Of What to Do. : s.JaI I I RIbbon KenKwIvwilli'uri'r'rdestroy
is1 -- | asunder. j jI the disea-ed appetite fir alcoholic 'timulantK. ,
There of the r'eghor.Ve11: haw to fml ;
is comfort in the j
.. 24)-Whi1 the knowledge so I I trhethpr th- "'Il'nt U A confirmed I Iirn4iriate
N'ox often expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's! Swamp- hIm rt-wral days and Lc out tiittrnwli. a tlpulr," social drinker or 1
.,, this inorung hiiu. Root the great kidney remedy fulfills ." BEAUTY TRIUMPHS I Poor 3lemory. drunkard. (Inipo'-il'for! anyone. to baveanHppctitc ,
every i fir sli-oholic alter
eoustaiEk! of Eastj i wish in rheumatism TuwtJt-I ,lIl'r absentminded, Isn'th. liquors using ,
L \ u. curing pain In the "i\'{>H 1, 1 he tout b'loitj! to an'of i! 'Tin a /*rce .* Treasure. White Ribbon Heni-rty. I I
., '.,.rt\\-ard l bouad. The back, kidneys liver. bladder and every part I ('m'I is -? I'it'r.-d hy M..mtH'na of \V. O. T. IT. ;
-topped for water at | of the urinary passage. It corrects inability I Aunt liacLvl dh! ,mti-d enipLatK-ally.; :, world Beauty adores woman's beautiful greatest charm. The Iro\\"IIP-Extrt'ml'ly so. Why, the :Mr Moore ore's sUP"rlnll'oiiAnt of Wo Iman's I '
A '
women. Cbrlstlan l"nlon.'pn \
pretty T"mp..ranc.
j.i.j [>!iice; 4U milt* waU :, to hold water and scalding pain in passing I "Iltm't we know tin stork miV-s! :Ierur1 i woman dreads maternity for fear of losing other ni;:ht when he pot home he knew tura. California writes: "I havE' tested I 1 '

",. u.U the school chily :, it, cr bad effects following use cf liquor I I ? TII"fo'mtth's blaze: f.i drunkards thecures hare been
wine II
beer and many. ,
: \ .'liatioa was at i I.J..r.t i or cf overcomes that unplea.santnecessity riare 11(1\5' 'prx-cklril) ox nol old man I I1'lItts' ate the race and keep women beautiful! but he couldn't: remember what it was In many ca"es the Uemedy "" ng given tecretly. .
beir.g compelled to go often I Iris' There is a balm used by cultural and un until It- had sat up over an hour trying I cheerfully recommend and Indorse -
.. .-. beard their during the and to pwer'uieut muh' lx-si<)<'s Mor-'
I : j jit day. get up many times cultured women in the crisis. Husbands to think. White Klbbnn Remedy. Member of k'
,u ot his state room during the night. The mild and the extraordinary colt"t'li.: should our Union are delighted to find an economical '
investigate this in ordei .
: ,) remedy Tuwne-And 3d! he finally remember : treatment to alJ us la our temperance .
'. feet to bay good : effect of Swamp-Root is soon ytni jyst wiJt till y It'?
I realized. It stands the highest for its won- tb<' 'vunty I1Iir in UM 'Stray' no with which children can be born and i Druggist, or hy :mali. Jl. Trial packagefree i I I
derful cures cf the most distressing! cases. ; O<-<- : -L 'J :irle-rit! occurred a; I > bay I beauty figure retained.Mother's by writing Mrs. A. M Tcwisend (for
If need a medicine should have theI had wanted to to bed
you you u:'> early.-l'hHa-
;anhdUI Ll.-wi 1';:::< ami iwitie: and a I Itll'l1l1.1 I years secretary of a Woman's ChristIan *
,..t just Lefon; the test. Sold Friendis '
: by druggists in 50c. andl. sizes. t1..1; .ia i'res. '
:' mi his kit side' : | Temperance Union). 218 Trcmont
: 'l'racc}'. one at tle: You may have a sample bottle of tht I u
? ""TlHTv! bs rfvtcr IntorruptiM tri- the name by which this preparation is ''St.! Boston. Mass. Now in Pensacola brtiauuali : .
"ot Memphis! v.lm wonderful discovery .:!'" known. It diminishes the pain allied to \ ........iitiKnnur. i Hrua., 21 *>. Pulaloi M. f !
resident carriage and a took that tells !?., U"Iihamly. "AUx/s brand", ItV" motherhood. Used throutrhout lie I I j
** pregnancy was evidei.tly very obliging: l">.v. I I I .1
t of red lire in tll'I I more about it. both sentgg H'ifySHff: ;' I !U". !H-ts! :L tlasb! (if almost ni4ii- it relieves morning sickness, cures sore i fi.r wl.i-n he applied to the merchant 1'. -- I'' I
absolutely free by nail Ji gs ;, 'i!:-.>' 'xr-f: !j'..-. 1-rr! bnthr was tih.'II'jJ : breasts, makes elastic all tendons called I I
.,illumination! wasled ; fur a Ill;: itU and was asked his age be '>, The Beer H H
address Dr. Kilmer & nom* cf 8wanj>Ro< i .1.: I'.,' t:....t 1 upon: to hold the exp.ituiinj: burden. ,
.. tLv iire&identa ,I Co., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men- I If UIt' isiuk'! wa.- nut a il.-ar favor (if ; Muscles soften and relax under its influence j-bed: I 1 1
.. I i lion reading this offer in this I( and the "( Ih. sir I hall I* whatever age you That Made
generous paper. i j I'N\I'Ul'l'. at U-as-t he stt'imtl tuclt to patient anticipates favorably
: i'n: White House," 'i : this the issue, in the comfort thus bestowed.Mother's wish me to I'l'!"' Q.1 ;'
htiiiibk It
1 1'Led I> n't mike any inKtakibut re- fuuiily. was just nt ; j
; .i II'm to your sup niHnber the tniur-, Kwuuip Root. :\ ''tMIIII iiI.-mt.hiL? time that tlH-lr only ox Friend is a litiiisent for external '

.I.osen'1t." 1 Dr. Kilmer' Swamp Ilo<\., and the i',, that rtm.dby of the i"mr faniHT 1 application. It is gently rubbed :Never think so nincb of a dime that IHil' rAM U

-'.. heartily and ,, address, IJicjjhaauon, N. Y., on ,,I 'if Ute t Hrtith "lIth'. patient! linsj endurtiu over absorbed the parts lubricates so severely all the taxed muscles and being t you lose half a dullar'b worth of jie.-iee | I : i 1
df mind '
that is lu"t.tclllol"n
I every bittle.LEAPED \ worrying: over one
I I, (Kxirly fill m.1 tendi-d, yet relihtuntly 1 Druggists sell it for *i per bottle. You
'.. 1 Chattanooga on n -.\ : ilobe.. i iC.VNCKK I I
i .
1 hyiu duwni tl yoke wiiruf may have our book "flotherhooJ" free. -18VICTORIA-

'. and stopped( 5 oin. ,i : TO DEATH FROM TRAIN. I'I. =
:..Sues.! There was I, tor tn thi-ia fur on! if>tton crop : '

..f Ue station. The New Yorker! Jumps Through Window:! il<'x'n.lnl tLcir! livclib.xxl. MINE; ; MANA.1Bulet ; CHOT.j .' i j
Skin anti Blood Disc&goa Cured.
t-.f tra'.a and shook !I. ci Slcper: en Southern.Greenville. III the diiike hour, which is said to I MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. 't i

l: : ':.n.t-r: of friends; who S. C.. 'O\'. JO.PranS: A.. I'rwiiltf dauii, the tnuk- had coim. I : Fired -- Mrs. M. I. Adams, Fredonia Ala., I BKSt 10-CKXT IIOTTLK BEER I I
j Through Unknown
r: .'r{ lfn. I MtHujh a New York passecsr on Aunt Halxl saw him for the first'; tin,,' Aassin. by took Botanic Blood Balm, which ef- IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. I 1 ;i

at tin- kitchen wlIlttuw. bhunlly 1okIng: 1 ecftually cured an eatinar cancer of
train No. 37 of the Sc-uthern. jiiiap*d i Denver
Nov.Ne: has
\\ reach
SEEN.:= I I in, aud. as the 'ard J'atcIS shut and ; the nose and face. The sores healedup BROS. !
:.Ai:>S FRAZIER : from tlww iiwlow of his:: I"ullman statA. II j I C-U here of the shooting! of A. L. Collicj. perfectly. Many doctors had
room a! out 12 miles: north of 5p mau- tV palin! "S were hil<(h, it wnmtl to IMT AOESTS FOR THE CELEBRATED :
-- -- I general of the !k her bun- .
I manager Srcu2r< r given up case as hopeless,
't it Technological! Stu- I burg while tho train: was: running 40 pimple! soul that be bhl: lnvii dropped Unto mine at Pandora near Tellunde dreds of caes of cancer, eating t I I. f Harper Vhlsley- '

"t ,-t Union Springs Ala. I mike an hour ard rrceivcfi injuries from the cl.nids. C..-lo., by an uukno'an atsabsin.ho sores supperating swellings etc., I .1
Aunt Rachel aid the chlVlren: stood Main House 401 B. Palafox !
v \ 11 -1' is currently re- from which bo died in a .ew nritMtcs. Srpd have been cured by Blood Balm. street.
a shotgun
through the
i ,1'1. S;>rltgl. Aa.! that Mr. :Mclfugh. attended by a male around while!! the ranli iras being put cf the ; window Among others Mrs. B. ;M. Guerney, I R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. 1 1I IF

; Tectuolosric- :Mr.VestCrvct Into UM shabby harlll- '1Ill' suvuied to compn) 's office:! at Pan- Warrior ritand Ala. Her no-c audI O. Box 281. Pen.! acola, Fla. I ,
I' yinins mine and friend was .
take It all as a joke, aud be started off toTh cMsrsr rtnick ColKns: in \ ;) were raw: as beef, with otlensivedicharge I Phonos 1162P.S.CHOICEST. I :
> \' .uiKflievivl! to have rcirvte to New Orleans. i ___ __ t
tb- back "
I ; oakiii'a wound that from the -- --------- ---
toward the lk-fd at a gay mincing gait is eating sore. I
:. \t :anta early in 1W1 The curst had left him only a fewminut i
!iii f'I Doctors
bto proc ta.l.: advised cutting, but it
that kept thc farmer !'sawihi at the<<
i' \ ..' N'tnt of his ] I Mr. Collins was of the minethirthg
lines, and when he rearlhil tire cml uf raanaser 'I !t
._ .!Urlog the past 21 I j broken aa-jh! awl: his patient eoaet Tho the strike of I9fll. whrn rhtI sores and Mrs. GUfmeh a-
: I the first: mw Ireoho..k off tin frail hsri.iss I a ,
w..lIas Botanic Blood Balm
train was stopped injmodiatc-ly ansi I ever. 1.,
occurred In which several lost I
awl vaulted iwatly over tile fence. : men OF-
al-o cures tczerna, ItchInghumor". !
"' "ro If IJas: Frazier! mile.I .
: I went back a quarter: of a T5n'itb a wise rln nt UK fanner, I their lives. It I Is believed that the! scabs and scales. Lone pain, ulcers, :

-- !..r'' ie the Georgia. I The m sUgh'4 body was found oa i be knelt down slowly restnl his head sh."iifc<; cf Collins'lS engendered offensive): pimples, blood pohon, carbuncle : AND i T
'. Atlanta .
.' provt I: tN aM" of the roadm'd.: The attendants on the ground ami turned a complete) th<:>n, though there is no clew to the! ?, i'cr full, ri"ir.1 and bump

2. tig and my-' took tho boly to New Orleans. I irHTs8Ult. t Tuna who fired tie shot. I on the kin and ell blood troubles. 1

history of I IIt'C'tolst'1 ; "s years o11I I BudJ"uly the muV- v:1ult.ll hack into Druc;Utf.!. 11 per large bottle. : -A'J'I I I.! II III.

: "<.!.n ; house I Mr. MVsterve'it: r
ti: !'<', and !! titer details! of the life of his frien.l i i fc.-t. advaiMi-d on too fanner, andwhen New York. Nov. 2'Warrant for and prepaid by writing Blood Balm ; I

-, "!: thp 1tt'veal rais. l his conntta! of : the anarchist -o Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe! trouble t tI ti
hv Rnblno.
I I m'ft'''ly < whip I the I and special medical advice bent in U Eat flsteniMit st.t
a Well Known In New York. with a bright look! of relief the mule I has l Io't'l oriclally conflrmo.1.! savsa sealed letter. It I is ctrtainly worth I ,

New Yorl N'ov. 1:0.: -Frank .\. Mc-{ lt.d, !'tmlVri M. awl bopin! : cirilliu Times dispatch!! from B"usels, by while iiiveftigatiDir! such a remarkable | Formerly Cordova Re"t?umntHt''I.4 4 I '
f. and i Hugh. of this dt) who i is rtiortodI : around In excellent waltz! time. wa\ of Ix>n1on. The vTuld-be assassin remedy as Blood! Balm cures..1 i One car-load of Pineapples nt J1.75 ,

i-, ..vali to ha-\o !been Killed in Juajtlng! : from a He s entl to K-CDiiKj e\tito \ the will be tried on two 'our.t-an -.t- the most awful. worst and most.1 to $2.0\) pBr dozru.OPERA. I I

:' i ,-,,. I 1 nxiti.m and I Indulged in lkas and I deep-stated blood di'eaes.Foley's i
",1nto on a uthfrn railway pisisenger jx tempt on KIng Leopold's life! and a

.. .:* "t. : train near SI'lIhnburg i S. C.. twi ..1"1''' of all kinds amid wound UI I homicidal! attempt on the lives of the I : 1 ; !

I b i :. t yesterday. w as associated' with a largo with a sjiiritiil! pillop twice aruuud the i I court officials who were In the car- HOUSE
:. f' :.!'. tut: tUM; then came cauttriiifj: to the1.111nfounlt'l1 I Honey and Tar I
.. i. contracting firm ia this city. He wasa up rlase at which Rubino fired.lion's I, ,
I .
11 i I I _. .._ .
.'" Id.:< i. 1 well Known member of the Catholic -, : farnier and looked tnist- cures colds, prevents pneumonia. -- ---- ----- ------- J ;

; o i r I in! by the( i Sncly Into his face. Hut lizitlimig: LeI I IlintWe Nov. 22.
known Saturday
; club. but nothing is among I --- --- -- H
.4.. :u:.' .:. wa.nlth- the members as to the illness which I was only wanted us a io\vlnu I III(Ill'- i offer One Hundred Dollars reward ;I ft ftI i

';avfir.t indica- I I causal his trip to the soutli and which : uier.t lie turned about anti loped to I for any ca-e of Catarrh that I Uft fU" 1i3 CI Matinee at 2.45. i !

''.1'"' itKail: hL't'Il) a'- the hon..'. Arrl\lns at the cl<>MtI gate, cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh I
I ended In death. 'I I fimrJ t i bl t51 Eil: ) d
'' II" be stretched his ntck ami. nosing
r. a touts. up
; I ('mur ., -. --. ... ._. ...,.,...........,.", I,
I INDiCTLD ON THREE COUNTS.: !II tIle utcli, snuutenii in. :"*') wHen AUDI F.:J. CHKXEY, & Ci)., Toledo. 0. i: -- The Little Folks '

A Ji.lCE'UN'S TESTIMONY. 1 __ i llaclc'l.! washing dlsbes looked up "!II; \\' >, the umlfrfi rued.; have known ths m- Ztf1Gf c1&t. I

saw the providential. mule iruirkinsaailcsibly F. J. Cheney, for the la-t 15 years ,
\ William! Malcolm Misappropriating
I nu'lit: policeman! I Charged and believe\ hint perfectly honorable : i.:: .Minstrel! Co. I
Sum. II ut tile window.Th I . : '
Wi it' : "1tI' winter Large j in all buine''s transactionand! i

,i I ..:i my UuiffS; ; and I New York. Nov. 20.-AVilham\ :Malcolm
,:, ,III7"u a.lverti-eI.I! I sccu'tary of the Passaic: :Musical, j fktdrI't,1 on him that trst day. made by their firm. RL t
wifh woman's Ila- : : g :! lf ; J
utul had trtn11tt I Loan and Building ao.-iation, vi-hoj WFST&TKIAXVholesalft I: By Rujuest will Repeat their Re- j ,
i it's \rithnut getting : f.& J pnvuraaMy to Europe thrve 'I| elivl Etl'1 1'ioki'd on the unilo Jis a :gift.: | \ Dl'u'g-it Toii-do O. '
cent Great U
I In.-11l1 remitt.ctLd: On HioiNi-din: days matters were im | MA : ucces? I .
i mor.t.1 a*;o. has been Indictvd on thn<< I ; i \V.\ LUIMJ, KIN XAx fc KVIN.Vli.leale or icsn'jy t sfuadid, Cestf&iai ]i !
.:y all'l Tar and t.vo j I I".tt<'f. Time mule did evtrythin;; imatfiNible j \ PruggNtToledo.! O. Tins will be their last, Appearance
::1.! curej I i coitus riiarRlRp h.m with misappruj i !! !1r'i !. ,
me. C4)tkitet j 07 too
; that was u ekss and very lit- i Hall's Catarrab Cure i-i taken in- wsie: cc recc2 tin Season. l ll
printing than ).
more fl&.iM
'u'lh: and lung ] tit that was useful. The children !i temully. act l g directly upon time i at hyiidana 20 Ihc Vfw't foe t Ii
th"! wi.rlil.V.. A.I i \Vheu the Irregularities: in :Malcolm's I surfaces of theyntem. ? t i '

I-'l!1 S. Palafox: St. a-counts were first, di>, cov,'red. be !i[ with the 1'JtLetic inconsequence ofclilhlho.'d I II I -blood and. Price inuc Toe.m- per bottle. Hold :. ,'. uy tiul hilAtj tlr.: !lJ, Doors Open at 2 O'clock.: I I >
I were delighted: at his tricks. : .
II claimed! l they were, due to an error ia He Ul'of 1', by H !ririi-'gists.\ : Tt-tirnoniul free. p.4':1 'A :6. H/: Sule l of spat-i hFjrin mit Coe' Friday, II.ov. II. :I .
::nlrp:1ll: r was u :;{) amu>e- II
1 .. book; !: v(>inf? made by his predecessor I!I I "Hall'Kamilv Pill. are the Le-t. W. A. D'AI.EMIJERTE. :'\ 21, at 12: o'clock. t tl'HWESU..x
I' I.\ ity si'liool to have |I meat to the j-our Kttlo: chaps. Lixingas I j I'
.. I :2rt!I years ago. He turned over his C.s. DTCJn.J.A.: ,
Seat and
Two Rows ,
!I. XYork Twh- they always bad lived in a small I
own home to tho association and re- I 8"arat1is, lte kiIJ Ya "o ; I' in Balcony !0c Adults, 25c; Children .
I Fur liirlOo1'l s i :i- II dull neighborly m-ver bavins hei'ii ::;"r PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ; ; I.
cciv.-rt; \ murh sympathy in view of his under 11 ; "
\\ orl.l's : t'ut'h I a draw! and deprived( by puuTty of cinr"For If+- : .. ____ ________.HUU__._.__ __ .... _. _. yearI5c. -
- 01> iiv\v u'.itor.vbo:! : sat rifice. but later
j "' th.' imp''11mt news j !t d him to 1,3th(' city. i i I to love the 1 p (nl natun-d.\ .-\"- W. C. ROWE, M. D. CURE YC'JRSELF' i I r.
r.-.u'y at the absciu- | ,j I i cr al1!mal. Kveu I>..l>y J'>I' tuddletl 4f't1tEk'm'1 In 110&tf'aTi. 4 dlwTiar/f-s.lniiamniatiom t'w niu J fcr onnatnrjlr , ,

'I 1 :it .> ii'clnv-U. The Djsperat Convict Escapes. ': fearlessly at bis bei Is. tbomrh: I lit' mule Ortite: 17K S. I'alafojt. A Guruued U IrnutUiB or ulorrttiootto .

II <. letters on the I Raleigh. N. C.. Nov. 20.-The federaj 1 I bad n":irly fripbti-niHl him out of lu.s DYSPEPSIA Ii onn from '4 to ::aJa. m. and I toKp. nand > [ Pir nu u ,tnetur luoiMfcj.,. fcf raiolpw m n c u,a and mrmtranct.out istria* t I II

.' I i'iiciirs| UiffCtiuns authorities hre are informed of''|: senses tbe first day by pickius I 1'iin I r.p utter 7 o'clock .. THIWASC5EvceiC,3 gLntrroIeonuJ.tareitio4 Sold t I't I i.
I by Diuggtila,
:i "t national or intvrtui I the (" eape from the Nashville! pen-1! 1;: by his, dribs and sviitbi:: hIm i.n ln,. six Jpan I \va a Tlctlmof dj- t I XPlaono 05.I or rent ID plaia wrapper, I j. u 1

to treated and.I(4Ijfl 1 1I. | ttutiary of John Allen Joijcron. a noted i i broad bark.: Hut this was now undir- pep la in Its worst form I could tut, uotLicg ,I --- -- ----- - -- ---- II IT ua,zpreta.or 3 utU-prrpaM>. |iT5.UrcuUr .Car

i" on cotuuier'irprise I counterfeiter and iosperado from stood bie a mark uf siMi iil faorlimitnl but mhk: tooit, amt at times my stomach wculd I ,)..u teLl ou reguet. I
i j not retain and ilzest et'en that. Lai Man 1 ; 'ft. ., _;4': "ae ; .. .-i Zi'e a I : ; I
: was great Raleigh who was serving a 1//()-yearsentence. only: to the baby and with th* beean ukiwr CASCAKETS and since then I ,

i be saw tbe other It is his fourth term of imprisonment. Uttlo feilow on his back tbe mule ever have"steadily'it311l: !my improved life.DAVID. until I am as veil as I I II II I ;.1 t I :

-" type the Hatement HP snot a constable! i would tn.t nround the jard while ..lacshritkcd 11. MURPHY. Newark. 0. Ii I The Tonic t

wuiucn bad dar.ced hce. who tried to arrest him atter'I with delight. i I. par Excellence. i i 'I'

T. that editor! that his third esea. and afterwards hej:j TheIr! fntbir. with the rancor of poverty CANDY I ; .

::tupoitant itoui of the came head cf a regular counterfeit i endured impatiently the add 'desiinsv. u ik I -

i- not'It illustrated C.Ttnitily the mule consulITU .
I, Ing bw.d. It is believed h? will r-j- i
but I materially was ro protit. I lie -1.1.A
I P' a stl'rl'tll'tlt'Ou
turn to this section.! A. T. Ixiwry, i
: in the assembly riniui, would not: wurfc. This bad bwn provi-d I
J one of his gang has also escaped from ii
I 'h.- has iromuprllfd the srne penitentiary.Steamship: I beyond a doubt His favorite trick _
a ". > with slides \\bcn barnei-Mti to the plow was to .1
New York i'ust.iMOUS I pick! the harness to pieces at the kuots. K4H ,I
; Rate War. I ( Wire Cordla.) :( 3 1
-- --- then shake it off playfully broking /
j New York. :Nov.: ;2ft.: -Rival steamship Pletiant. Pilatsble. Potent. Tiste Gwxl Do The best specific remedy for ;
around for the appro\al which ne> f-r Good. Never Mcken. Weaken or (.n[.. lOc 1x,UK j I i j1 !
-. MOMENTS. 1 lines plying! bC' \H'enew:: i 1 came. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... \ P/Jalaria! and Typhoid \

1 .""*t anxious hour* of York and South .ifica are waging a 1' 8.ortI.. 11.-.1, C.-..?. 01e1f..1.- T.... Ill i Fevers, 1 : 1
He eating the udder proudj -
was up
tre tho

; .. 1 nu-ehold' hive the j for his predecessor the ox. andthere lEn TO.a'c Sold and 1.rll.1IPt'db1 eIdrugflu' i: t I : ,
'i i of general cargo can bo shippod ti .> K'Ati tt) tXKL 'fUlJiiCOO UablL >.i 'I\ I .
i- ii" other medicine I II woul.ll.e no cotton crop fur want
i I Cape Town for loss money than a mer- I Looks '1
< t !Ii.< tf-rriblo malady I uf broH'r attention. TIll mule had ; I'
,- : I i I chant cjn bring: half: a ton of potatoes }'ItCILI CHII>nEI 'L !
:n y and Tar.: It is a I| been a werk with the family when the QENKUAL !i
..v.'Wifor throat: and to this city from the Carolinas. I county came. The farmer looked I I __ ,! i t!
paper I Up With PARKER'S I t. 11i
to Delight. j .
-. I Following is the schedule of the
.wt :i* it contains no eajct-rly for the "Stray" notices but i HAIR BALSAM .' '
: !IT rob;.,!!., it can be PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT. I' i government steamer General French Cte&nI.t ud boa min W. A. D'AUmberte, I found Instead this astonishing iuser- which TilE NEWS prints; for the I Thai's Gas Illumination as I'romt.tu lozunaot frowth. 'j '
: i Never Pall to Hertore (Onr J 1: '
& t. Many broad minded physicians thin: i benefit of tbe merchants who ship Hair to nt..youthful CoLor I '
prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar, j One hundred dollars reward for information the tariotn I we provide it for the home, properly m. Con m... f d. .MF... k,hi, *.f..w..c. :
as I their goods to : army _ __ _" "_.d 'I_ _01 I_",_,: ._ I( i
_; "'1"'al have found safe and leaJIng! to the recovery of dark bay I posts : sewed through non-leaking pipes, jt
Society Attention. they never so j mule. medium size, curiously branded on ; ;; -- -- co I .j
I .. _. ......_ ... -
reliable a remedy for throat and Leaves Penp&colft a. m.
t a' I be a regular neetirif! of troubles this medicine I II I left side. black ears and mane. Fifty Leaves Barrancas-! "" ... ... ....- Tai a. m. fittings and fixture", from the plainest =GOLAY= t::. I-
:-i Medical lung a? great dollars more will be added if this valuable Leaves Pickena .._ ":'IIU a. m. I :
r. I 'f Health Society ai i I W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox trick mule Is returned by the finders Lend I'.arrnncss._. !!:15 A. m. single j jet article to the most
: Ir : ofl'.ce st t- St. !. In good condition. Address J. Oldham. Lf'a'fe& Pen&acola ._. _.Iri:15 a. m. I Grist and Corn Meal Pills t '
; rup?day. Nov 11 and ;25.y !:: manager circus "Greatest Thing on Arrive Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then ornate chandelier. I I
:- .. nates to Fort McKee and then :
; iciana: are cordiailvtf Earth. trip returns -
Gas lighting is still the recognized p.F.G05Zai! 'i
'lId. to Barrancas. EZ4C0.1Propil .
: (! BANNER SALVE.I j Aud when the mule had been turned Leaves Barrancas .m. mn... 1:1:1 p. m. ,
DR.W. C. DEWBERY, : in excellent condition to his Leaves Pickeoa .. ..". .. .. .. 1:25 p. m. safest iiluminant: and tbe pas we M&nnf ctC'erij ,
Pre ld6nt. the mast hcsllne ael wa In ih* vvori over proper ,I Leaves Peosacola .- ....... .... ..... .::jlJ p. m. f 1I 1- ,.. *
; I' LOCKER, owners and tbe money promptly Leaves Pickens .. .... n ._... 6:15 p. so.I furnish ranks with the best. j I CHOICE MEAL AND PUKECIWUIOJ : .
1 paid to the farmer Aunt Rachel said: I Arrives Barrancas 5:30: p. m. and makes STOCK FEKD. t.t ,
have the i
Secretary. I rlp to Meihee and rttarn. May we pleasure a call
1 If you want a nice present to give "I told you so Jonas. Now. wasn't On Wednesdays and Saturdays the from I very Patronise region Home you iboold Indnstry boy your, for Meal there anll u -

'I 'cant a good Bed-: to a friend go and look tbroah; the that a clear gift of Providence?" ;I boat will leave Barrancas \'la"Pick. you. I Stock feed from the Home Manufacturer 4 .

elegant line of suitable articles atI But the children little Impracticalmites : Ins for Pen.acola at 6:30 p. m. (or by 10 doing yon encourage nome lndni.

'I '' nice Crib for the I I I J. I. Stephens, you surely can find that they were, wept at the loss I The General French is for army Pen acola Gas s Co. I., try.and yoa Yonr In money tarn are U left indirectly in the oommunlty benefit .

:u to Marston A ; something to please you If you of the providential mule. purposes only and any outsider must ,, In fostering the home manufacturer yoa

((, "Ct want anything in the Diamond line' LYDIA F. PERKINS 'lave: a pass from the quartermaster Uto contribute the communJty to the caate 111 whiob of labor Yon ow.
I be sure to see him before you buy. j| :D take passage 01 her 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Ptnuccli, Fli whIch contribute to roar lapport.THE you aaa/ .


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i can be accomplished by the judicious AN UNPARALLED REl,
employment of printer's ink and en- CAULKERS What would you do the next time you )

S ergy, and have served to point out

r ---= the way |tin which advantages and have a hard cold if you couldn't get Ayer's

improvements more permanent in WALKED OUT

1.Catered. .acond-cl at the"ii Post matter.Office at Pen acoI8. this nature may be secured. : I Cherry Pectoral ? Think it over. J.C.AytrCo.Lowell.MM*.. 100%

The following editorial from the --
ulnc :-riU'i Building 211 South: I
I ralafox street op-italrs. Lake City Index clearly indicatesthe I
tendency to which we refer, and I QUIT .


iJ Terms: Invariably in Advance. full: I During August EVER1x< .

1 'J 'O"Year by Mall .. .. ___.._____15 0)tall The next step in Lake City's progress WITH THEM. FOLKS THE WOMAN'S HOMEMrs. : the death claims paid in !lIt :

: Montba .. .-. ...___... :* : must be the securing of manufacturing States and Canada
tn' <-
enterprises. This can and
i Monday 10 --
Oa Carrier Payable i
must be accomplished. Tampa owes ble Life Assurance Som-tv T

Advertising Rates Furnished on Application its growth to its liberality in inducing Fourteen ship caulkers quit workin MINSTRELS I W. D. Chipley requests THE !! ;paid within one day after rr
t i the establishment there of the :
cigar industry. Quincy ana Gads- a body at the navy yard yesterday DAILY NEWS to remind the many I proof.

den counties are sailing on smooth because an objectionable negro laborer friends of the Woman's Home that And during no month, .n !I.,
UNION BEL waters as a result of Florida-raised CHARITY MATINEE.
Havana and Sumatra tobacco being was assigned to work with Thanksgiving: Day is almost here, 'I joar has thelrerccuttgl: I u-
made into cigars by the Owl Co. at This is the first charity performance heluw US\;.
them. work for and
They quit good
and that it is the custom of the
El Provedo of
Oadsden. Cigar Co., in the where man-I This
ever given city excels the Son- '
of them left for their homes in
PBJBAOOLA, NOV 21,1902ANNOUNCEMENT. Tallahassee furnishes employmentto some agers to give the beneficiaries: II
I several hundred men, women and Mobile last night. not a person is solicited to purchasea t great record. It has n..\
_ and is the I excellent institution a suitable entertainment been
youth stimulating growthof approached
ticket previous to the performance. by any to:
: the weed in old Leon. Pensacola One man named Johnson from the in honor of that holi- pany.
has just located two firms that will .
called from
< takes employ large number of people. city was another portionof day. Those wishing to repeat their ""Stronc in the \\ "rl,1
NEWS management
i THE A play and a still greater
What is to prevent our doing like- the yard to take the place of one great THE
previous gratefully appreciated dO- EQUITABLE LIKc ._
pleasure in making the announcement wise? In the face of opposition at of the caulkers and do a small object. Every dollar, as is usual V.ANCE
I job
1 home we captured and held the nations, and all others who wish to BOCIF'H :
F that it has secured the services would with ManagerIenko's plays, goesto
greatest State Fair in Florida's his- which complete one of the do so, may send contributions to the OF TIiEI'SITIA1ti1QWLES: -1 \
tory. Why can't we get togetherand help some sick distressed
Ward, who will have barges. Johnson is a good caulker
of Mr. John O. secure something that will ..ta the Home-the earlier, the better.A .
: full charge of the business management by us twelve months in the year? and was in need of work but he refused orphaned BROS.

_ 1 t.D ----- ---- to work in the place he was as- Manager Merko pledges a better LIBKKAL OKFKK. .

of this paper. performance than even the last one. 1 I The undersigned will give a free Gt'lipralI'nr.*,
WILL HOLD signed to. The "boss, as one of the sample of Chamberlain's Stomach

Y PRESIDENT :\lIn'u ELL was on the 1 men said then informed Johnson Prices -50 cents each for 100 reserved and Liver Tablets to any one wanting I 309 h. Palafox St.. i'h.Ns:: "M 1 ,

i witness stand four days. Baer would seat Adults 25 cents. CLildreu a reliable remedy for disorders'!'
UNION SERVICE !! that if he did not take the work
of the stomach biliousness or con- !
have beeu exhausted two.
under 12 13; cents. Doors
he could stop work altogether. years stipation. This is a new remedyand Carolina
I 2 Performance begins a good one. All druggists i and ,
{. w 11 TOMORROW the close of Pensa-: Johnson showed his manhood and ,. Opt'lIltt p. m. medicine :
cob's Fall Festival; and this evening A union Thanksgiving service will ] j at 2:45.;: Sale of tickets open at ,i
f put on his coat without any fur- j

will see its; wedding "clothes." be held at thH Fir=t Presbyterian J ther exchange of words comingto Coe's l'ridty.0: \-. 21 I. at 12 o'clock. PIANOS TUNED FOR SI.50. i iI I Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM

c MK. CANNON of Illinois, wants to church Thursday, Nov. 27, at 10:30: 'I V the city with the other men. Chas. W. Presley an expert, who i .

a# k be elected speaker of the Home. a. m. The music will be a special j Asleep Ainitl Flamt's.Breaking' tuned pianos at the World's Fair |
The went to work usual
men as
of into a blazing home, and is recently from Fi-cher's '' ALA
j f ; "Hpouter" would be more to the feature and will te directed by Mr. place'in
: yesterday morning, it was learned, | some firemen lately dragged; : the Philadelphia. Will :give you bet-
: point. _ D. Hale Wilson. The rest of the
v i' f ; at the regular; cale of fl per day. j sleeping inmates: from death. Fan ter work than you ever had done or Stocks;: of all Hi.-, t t- ,
gw THE rumor that Murdoch Barrs program will be as follows: When they bad worked a short time s cied security and death near. It's no pay. Leave order" lit this office i can Portland CV.i.I:, ;l.t; i '.
wrote the coal plank: in the demur Anthem-Choir. that way when you neglect coughs Phone 118. iMilm i German ":-'atnrn. < : r: ; {
a negro laborer, on wages; cf $155; per land 1
is denied in toto. Too Kin. \ \
cratic (
Proclamations of President Roosevelt and cold*. Don't do it. Dr. King'sNew .
I day, was brought to the jub on which > Pla-ter 8"-"udale t' i I.', .
= heavy for even him to tote. :
; ;J ? -=- j and Governor Jennings-Read i i Di-covery for Consumptiongives Norfolk P"rt"mllut' t

t 1 ; i THE Ewf uew"bo..s and carriers j by Rev. W. Q. VreelanJ. i i the experienced men were employedand perfect protection against:, all Savatinal1.; Ju'k-ou\; !!'" 1'.

the 1 1i 1r Selection-Choir. ordered to go to work. Throat Che-t and Lung Trouble, HARDBRICIi :Mobile.; New OrU rl'-, i \
; s, were"en' much iu evidence at Wcal-o .
Keep it near, and avoid utleniig, tnakPihiM'i': ; : 'i.t- !v
,I K I Fall Festival !lust ui;ht. They are 'I Prayer-Rev. F. Jones. One of the white caulkers protested death, and doctor's bills. A teaspoonful :Mills where\nr, w :, ,

;1 fi- tjood boys: and naturally bad a good Helectiou-Choir. but received an answer that if he I stop- a late cough, persist- freight rate. Sole 11.--i: '.'
n'1 time. Address-Rabbi Samuel: Koch.: put u-e the, most stubborn. Harmless "Alabama": and ":r-iii": : t r. I
Ik t r (Selection-Choir. was not satisfied he could quit. This and nice tasting, it's guaranteedto Brand," Portland Cf-n; ni, M!

MK. R005E'ELTIo.m now return I"ermon-Hev. Linn R. Walker. answer was scarcely spoken before I satisfy by W. D'Alembertt',121 ha Hydraulic N'itir :.1 i
4'' K. Palafox street. Price uOj and #l. made near BirumiL'!>.tr..
to Washington, where he will let E'lection-Choir. every one threw down their irons I Trial bottles free. ,

g Li { Jf; ; the trusts get away from him as Collection( For Charity). and oakum and made ready to leave. Correspondence Solicited

did those Mississippi cane and benediction. -
t; j. ellilya3 Doxology
This was a decided surprise to the :
_ + ti 1 brake bears. THE WEATHER
a To the Public. chief at the yard, as it would leave: I Save /.// "

< AFTER ignoring him for the four Allow me to say a few words in unfinished a particular job. The :I AL1WYS\\ ON HAND \ 1 U1UI1C!\ ] your g'ir'l .'

years of his martyrdom, the wife of praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem I
IK men were resolute, however, and I TODAYLocal ture at Marston $ I t Roland 15. Molmeux has left him edy. I had a very severe cough aud 1

for good. Home:) men's., luck never cold and feared I would get pneumonia I walked out in a body. I .HALF. Great Furniture En, h

A' deserts them. __ but after taking the second They were seen last night and cor- : . ,rium. '
x ri I dose of this medicine I felt better .. "I'artly cloudy tonight(! ITO II I '
roborated the above. One of them
1 : WALLAI'E STOVALL, of the Tampa I r.nd nturday;fight northerly winds. I
t three bottles of it cured cold
t aud
Tribune, may now consider himself my stated he had never worked for less STEAMER LINE SCHEDOLl
the pains in my chest disappeared; Temperature in Last 2! Hours
& + within a day's march of fame. He j than $I daily, and while be : I
1I I atlliat-I Maximum...._ .__ .. .... TSdcgrteaMinimum
has been cartooned in the Jacksonville entirely. am most ret'pectfullj'l ed with n..m.uom..m.... Sd degrees
no regular ONE
r Metropolis I along with Frank: yours for health. RALPH t EY ERS, I letwren I'rnhac"la and :Milinn I It

61 Thirty-seventh St., Wheeling. did not feel right; in working with a I Temperature Elsewhere ..
i(4! : Harris, m their famous Gaston and : I Hun Daily I\;; cpr Snnila. >
( I Va. For sale by all druggists and I who received about Max. Mln
T ; 1t Alphouse act. man one-third Atlanta._ .._... .__...............i !ill "CITY OF TAMPA. "
medicine dealer that price. He had never done it i Bismarck ... _.. ...... .. m.1 I IChtcagu ._ ,
.. _.... .. __.... .
---- ---- HI 4.
t ., '
t THE TiUlts.: UniouaudCinzeusaysy : i; I I Milton > I;;" im li i''r i -1. ';a. ;: i
Cincinnati..... ...._.....i Get Our Prices Before .. ,
; ;. r +i that "the New Orleans bankers propose j heretofore and wouldn't commence ( : .....?.SM 7i'Huron > |i lrFensa.-ola.' ". !Ism u Mil. M I.
A MEETING OF I it at this Htp ..... .._ ... .m _.._.._.... 711 :!.! fare in v Kii' t i '
'u!: to tell common people some diy. j| Jacksonville .. .........._._.._.._ .. !*> KI
about the That 1 Kan. \.lty ......_ ... ..... .____n.'i!8 :>ii Purchasing.Capacity !
thing currency. Key W en. ..... ...... ... fj6 71i .
1 4i commodity is so painfully uncom- COUNTRY CLUB i i Mi-mpbis .... m.... ...... ... _......h: 41i 'I JEWELER IN HIS
SENT UP FORSEVEN i i Mobile ..... ..... ..._.......... ........_81 M ___ 1 I
ti I 1 mon with most of us that those financial I Montgomery .... ._....... ......-.7: 1J
} c will have to peak loud -- New urli-am .... ......_......_....fj6 >
s sharps I :?.ew1'ork _.. ..... .... ......._..7! 4" NEW STANDI
.i to carry conviction.DR. An important meeting; of thu Country a\' nn"I1.........._ ._..._....... 'il'i '
-- -- --- $t. Louis .... .. ...... ....... tit 41. 50,000 Daily.
Club will be held at the Chamber -- ---- .. _- ,
LOKEN/, the eminent specialist YEARSi
of Commerce rooms this evening; | A Yi"lt'ntttal'k c r Croup Curcil.I have moved my jewelry -' ,
j who came to this country to I i I 120 South Pahfox former!.
k t operate on one of the Armour children at (Ii o'clock and it i is; urged that i! I "Last winter an infant child of 1 pied by Bass & Co., and ,w,
A NICHOLSON THE < mine had in a violent .
3 and who has since operated 'every member be present. Each i :better prepared than ever t t'
says Elder John W. Rogers, Christ )efY1il1an Brick Go :|great bargains in diamnn-. w >
; a gratuitously l on every poor child that I member has been the recipient of a YESTERDAY BY ian Evangelist; of Filley Mo. "I jewelry etc. Call mid -t, :

}s > to presented itself has been called notice to be present from SecretaryF. I gave her a few does of Chamberlain's i let me convince vou.J. .

down in Chicago by a demand: for a i JUDGE SWAYNE.A Cough Remedy and in a short Pine Barren :I.Foiey's rTEP1il' \ -
i i W. Marsh. ; I time all danger was pat and the Fla.
j' license. Let him come to Florida,
# + child recovered.1 I'hH remedy: not -
y .' .' s 3Y1 if he wants to be soaked "along:; Stimluij Hut True. I only cures crup, but when givenas

tP ii these lines," as our vivacious and "If every one knew what a grand G. Nicholson, the white seaman soon as the first symptoms appear, NEW STORE $ NEW GOODS !I,1:, Kidney Cure

} i .Napoleonic friend, Bob )McNamee medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills who to will prevent the attack. It contains dikes kidatrs and bladder! tiyit.:
pleaded guilty manslaughter,
; r,1d .t i would is," writes D. H. Turner, Dempsey- no opium or other harmful substanceand INEDRUGS !
} } say.- - -- town Pa.: "you'd sell all you have was yesterday afternoon sentencedto may be given as confidently to
i i i a baby a's loan adult. For sale by 'IWhite's EVERYBODY LOOKS
I in a day. Two weeks' ue has made _
: CoMMissiosEKof
Agriculture McY j seven in the federal penitentiary -
:4 I a new man of me" Infallible for years j all druggi-nand; medicine dealers.I : .

; ; Lin has made the quarterly apporI { constipation, stomach and liver at Atlanta, and will be tak- FOR THE BES1

tionmeut to the counties from the I troubles 25e; at W. A. D'Alemberte's I Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m., ICo. :
t en there in a short time to com-1 Pharmacy.
tick + }i1 e hire of state convict the total of | drug store 121 S. Palafox street. I a doz., at Solomon's. ,
: I j mence the term.Nicholson Here it is. (;.Iii MM:, -
which is
tt fa,717.G1. Hillsborougb; -- ----- ---

county's share i is $:{,:>?321. Duval ACTIVITY IN THE j did nut like the court'- ;I; Iudglti '". lizI' Setif I'r 3, THE undorsi;+nfd ha' opened ft'l' Creary. They are: d'in- t
( Drug Hu-iue-s in the lten-haw !i'work that: can be torn,-d :M .
1. $ tI3,6:1'J Escambia $;5ctE.11, !
gets Judgment, and said he thought he .
building 100 :S nutl!. Palaf-x ,
;street do
?:11 prepared to kih't!
I any
i and all the other counties less thanHilloborou i
FISH BUSINESS should have gotten oil with a shorter: with a full! line of Fresh Drugs, Perfume ''I'They put on India rul-l' r : -
tat' I ; ;*. !). The smallest amount i !
term as he had entered a plea: of II *, :Soaps and such other articles ; bet on the market, on 'j"! >"
.. received by any county is |31.2D, I
I a+ are usually kept in an up-to-date > as they have a full lin- :
which goes, to Biker,which evident I guilty:; and had done so in anticipt-l I tires in .nock.I .
I The steamer Enterprise towed four i i S1VIO E Drug IJu-iness. ,
it ,t { few convicts. i tion of > =
r y a ly supplies very a light sentence.Nicholson oe your buggy mi i I'I i
smacks from the navy yard to the j We respectfully solicit a share of' log? They can make it _<" i .

t IT is impossible to say: iu what' city this moruin.r. The smacks all is the man who on June :, I II thp public patronage, promising to ''Their prices, too, an r< :t.', ,'.

spirit Governor Jennings' selection; j ,,111 *hot and killed a negro seaman1 give entire satisfaction, both ia they have ample capit: il -
r had good catches but were becalmed: ], a first-claw carri.iijp hi... ;
2 for the three new ju-tices of the supreme named Reed on board the schooner goodand prices. '
J I after ( BUNK$ N OTE ) repairing; buineis. /" '
getting inside: and sent word The
court will be received ; but Mary Hanford, then on her way: tl' Prescription Department: i; in ,call on them.

'? far as Peasaeola is concerned, the I ifor a steamer. The :smacks; and Pensacola. As soon as the vessel charge of our :Mr. Walter H. White, I, Scales repaired.Fi'riiFr.kl'tt. .

appointment of the Hon. Evelyn C. Catches were: Carrie X. Chase, who will try his utmost to plea-e all
i arrived here the man: was taken into l I" Kd-t G Hdl i. -
should who favor him with their
Maxwell give gelH'ralt( may or-
3,000; Clara B. Grimes, 2.00; Emma Phone 57.
t faction. Neither of the other up- 1 j I custody and jailed: and has: been \CIGThR/REiLLY ders. A. our mock is entirely new -
'Jane 3000); Cynosure, H\'I()). The I
y SMI poiutees is so well known on this confined ever since. He has a wife and fresh, we solicit a trial ord >r. '
| j Maud 'purling arrived last
aide of the state, but all who eveningwith FINE STATIONERY.C.
enjoy and children in Massachusetts.The .
3.UUO. I
\ W. H. White & Co.
their personal acquaintance will rest :
I It was stated this morning that it case, of Fred Murklin. the alleged -I ,
assured that no mi-take has been i
1' } made in the selection of Messrs. I. was possible today to till all orders rapist from Barranca, was the FRANK I'MO.NKS: V. Thompson :N"., I II I -
received the first time DdY No.ISO. Night No. 116'
for the ;
I r .. fcbackelford and Cockrell for positions nine month past central attraction: in the United SOLE AGENT. I II Palafox: street! ha- ju't 'lp'[ :.

on the supreme bench of the _- ---- !States court yesterday and went to 106 South Palafox Street. new supply of Lint-ii and It:

tltate. Luck In Thirteen. the jury in the afternoon. The jury I Papers' white, blue and jrny. w
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By sending 13 mil. Wm. pirey, i Envelopes to match Oxford _01 -
The Spirit of l'r" ;ress. failed to and the i
{ agree judge ordered I
of Walton Furnace. Vt., got a box of I also Foreign Mail Tablet- WI'I to

The various fairs and festivals in i Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that whollycured I a mistrial. The case will come up .Swansdown Flour. I| vf.>lop which the leading cities of Florida a horrible Fever sore on buleu1. .
I at the next term of court. Penholders' Blankbook- "
else could.
have been indulging this winter. Nothing PositiVElycUre .

t # have at least, had: one good effect; Bruises Boils, Burns 1'elonlicers., Corns and, Eruptions Pile -. i' Cut this out and take it to any HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER. !i! etc.Phone, always 231.: on hand.

t and if they have not in all instances Only 25c. Guaranteed by W. A. drugstore; or medicine dealer and

? been profitable in a pecuniary sense D'Alemberte, druggist; 121 S. Pala get a free sample of Chamberlain's i I Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansdown Flour will
; '1i i they have brought! in something in fox street.- | Stomach and Liver Tablet, the best II I, make the best bread that can be produced. O.A.0 V O :31 1 Aof .

its way quite as solid and valuable. ----- -- --- ; physic. They cleanse and invigor- !Sean tit t sBgxattrt

r i.; k These functions; have ::stimulated. HODd's Pills i, ate the stomach, improve the appetite -i i AWE ARE AGENTS FOR BOTH.OUR ./ : df. ;;;;

1.- : the imagination of our pe.tple-tht'y and regulate the bowels. Regular -!

Ott have diverted their energies into I Do not gripe nor irritate the alimentary size, 25c per box. | FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE '

} t new channels; and have impressed i I f canal cleanse They act gently yet i All kinds of chairs and
_a ? promptly : eSectually and | HAS NO EQUAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
t 'ki upon them the vital necessity of organization Refrigerators-behave a I rocking chairs at Marston

# and concentration of pur Give ComfortSold few left, which we will sell JAS. McHUGH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery. $ Quina's. Prices are very

tt pose. They have shown them what by all druggists. 25 cents. I j I at cost. Marston $ Quina. .j Phone 105 g and 10 \V. Intrndencla St. (I''low


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SATURDAY and MONDAY.I LOST CLUSTER W... C. O'NEAL, President; No. BOOa. M. E. CLARK, Cashier; i tI f';!3I;: lit

J. fOSHEEYice-PresidenN JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. f.. .


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Sale of Millinery OF PENS ACOL A, FLA. i ; !i l

MRS. W. B. WRIGHT SUSTAINED I Designated Depository of the United States. I ; I ;: rJ :
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o: M o Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 2'!!, 1902.) :. :

5 We have Received
a Big Consign- I Time Loans... ...... ............ ...... .... 346.3549S Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... $200.000.00 ; !. I
; :; : READY-TO-WEAR HATS, Demand Loans...... ............ ...... .... 119.949.74 Surplus Fund... ...... .... .... .. .... .. .. .. 10,000.00 r i
., ; 1 W. B. Wright attended the I Overdrafts..... .......... ...... .. ...... .... ;638.74; Undivided Profits..... ...... .... ..... .. .. 15.25697 .' 1 h f t
which will be Hold Saturday and Festival with numberof U. 8. Bonds and Premiums........ ...... 214,29667 RediscountsCirculation ...... ..... .. .... ..... .... .... 64,071.57 ,: f r i
1 i y J evening a Stocks, securites, etc... ........ .... .. .... 2,625.00 .. .... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125.00000; 'I I ,,
; ti J Monday only at the following prices: s friends and when she reached Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ........ .......... ...... 455,036,05 t i
home I. R. Stamps......... .... .... ... .... ...... 74.86 JI'I I! }
: at a late hour she discovered Cash and Exchange; ........... ............ 178,805.92) : j
3oo DRAPED HATS S125n I that a valuable brooch, set with diamonds '
: -: f i I Nicely Trimmed I had either dropped or had I&69.3G4.59 $S9,3&; .1.59 :' 'f'
This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
rI j : been extracted from her person, and your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. .

rdi fl.50.$ Hats for. 75cL at once of began her take steps for a recovery 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. !I I 1I

An advertisement in the classified i

.J& AJ column of this paper describes the FRESH FLORALA MARITIME. Very few A Startling could believe Surprise.In looking :

r 2. { $$1.00. Hats for.iOe; brooch and offers a reward for its at A. T. Hoadlfy, a healthy, robust +: I
-----------------__, ____ __u,_ .. __ return. NEWS NOTES AKRIVED.Am blacksmith of Tilden. Ind., that for ; 1
The brooch beautiful ten he suffered such .
was a alfiir.A bk St Marys 1s". Lowery, Ban Juan, to year tortures I
GREATEST HATS order from Rheumatism few t I
as could j
large: diamond on a black background I Am sch lljaloiar, V:>, Axelsen Belize, to endure .
... r \ "-ii in Pensacola and e Florala, Ala, Nov. 21.-Mr. Ham- I master and live. But a wonderfulchange !
was encircled with eight Am sch Lavina! M Snow: ? followed his '
e lit, a member of the engineir corps Tampa to IS M Leo taking Electric :
(I smaller brilliants, making a very Br sch Royalist. lit, Vamlersnnd, Kuatan, Bitters "Two bottles; wholly cured '
of the L. & S., left for his home to order .
and Monday Only. 2 I pretty ornament. It was given toMrs. span \"t'inIlW"a, Kuiz. Clenfuegos toliuU me," he WI ites, "and I have not felt ,
Saturday 1 I yesterday for recuperation, as his Transit Co
{ s hl Wright: and she values it more a twinge in over a year." They 1
health has not been good for sometime regulate the .;
for: its associations than for money (LE\KFD. I Kidneys purify theblood ,
"I.IIiWI, DOW. : and cure Jtheumati, .
: : "'pan *s )Mann Ill;;, Mend" 'on, by Gulf ; -
o. c value. She will pay a liberal reward Mrs. Dorgan, the mother of Mrs. Transit l o for Liverpool with a.lthtiouai Ni-rvr>u-nes, improve digestion I .
-- -r cargo of 54-isqr bales cotton:M round title*. : and jriperfect health.
for its return.It Dr. Tramel, left for her home in Mobile 11:1\: '.ck cotton seed meal 4 lilul* (lent to : them. Try I 1
(l1I1fill i
bacco N,t\11; oak tila't''llu,1 at ll,1:! centat W. A. I
FALK'S iI is not definitely known whetherthe yesterday. She has been quiteill I It bk Corns L,"ri, Hllipini!, by 1'ensnrola D'Alemb ite'- drug tore 121:! S. })al- i
i for several days. Lumber 10 for tiueno-Avres witli tlt-+,un! s afox street. \
trinket was stolen cr not, but it I iI' lumber, utlued at (\7>*i + i I II ;
Mr. Drew Braziel of Geneva, Ala.,
I -- I
I is the general opinion it became: unfastened has I Try Gunther's Candies I
moved hn
family to the Bell i iI
and fell. house on Main street. I LIVE TURKEYS. Solomon's.I j t

'-_ Mr. James Johnson of Riverfallshas A large ('otJ..i unment of choice! \ .
As a preventative a* well a" curatIve I I I
purchased several lots of M. Live Turkeys ju-t received by Hall! i i
.Hi 1> r l.iluSirrrt.. : medicine, Hood' Sarsaparilla: is A'I & Klein.! All in want of Thauk IrYou Cm Tli'Mii at dip It, sion Hioo I i
George, Hr., and will erect a re .. hlcirc ftiP\ Ar <.oal'<
pre-emnent-its great merit is fully riving; Turkeys will h interested to I \ If
deuce on North !street. know that they can get the best turkeys -
Ira se.t .o.....aoo.............. established. Messrs. J. E. Huhs, J. T. Mailing, from us. I

e .e H. S. Harlin and M. A. George, Sr., 2t H.nKLEI .
e The Best I
A COMPANY are attending circuit court at Anda A BAD LIVER CURED.A I I +

i Hello Stranger i lush this week. bad liver is the cia-e of mot of :

Mr. Page has bought; an interest in the ills with which the human body !I Al !i :
f : ARMENIANS the business of Wiggins Bros., and sutlers. The best way to overcome I I .
: TIII IS : this uncomfortable condition is to
new will continue
company in
have a liver remedy upon which I! I II II
I the general mercantile business. you can depend. HEPATICUKA ITA' l n n lm :

Mr. C. II. Ellis, !Sr., of Ellis & Co., is the thing which will give you a .

ARRIVED HERE TO-DAY, AND ARE i left !Sunday: morning for his home in great deal of pleasure from its; useand I .

I jBers' Repository I Brantly, Ala., on account of a sick speedily restore you to health. 1
ATTRACTING A GREAT DEAL child. )Ir. Ja<. McNair of P acola,

OF ATTENTION. I Gordon Williamson has purchasedthe Fl.i., my says liver: I have:for about had some ti year trnublewith anda The Right Direction ;

interest of E. Patterson in the half. I have tried a good many THIS ; :
509-511 South Palafox Street. I kinds; of medicine, also physicians THE GUIDE i
; : II turpentine business, and the firm is I ';
I treatment. but found no relief untilI POST: THAT DIHKCTri: H1IOKBUVr.US
e now styled McLean William oll. took HEPATICURA. One bottle I
.: ,-I'I.J.J.J i \ I: or-o 0: A company of thirty-two Armen-j I Daniel Hughes of Pence de Leon lias so much improved me that I !; THE RUJHT'WAY. !1 ;
ian; Russian and Arabian emigrants j came up Sunday. have gained seven pounds in weight I
in three week;. is ASH HONEST ; ;
My appetite good
arrived here from New York j Mr. J. T. Hughes says that the

\ Buggies Wagons and Harness. I at 0:15 o'clock this morning and will j j new company known as the "}o'loralaLumber and mouth that!i- all bad gone.tate: Sold: I had by all in drug m v- VALUE }HERE HERE.V :. i!i ; i ii ; i if iy
| Company" would begin the gists. I ,
,, perhaps establish a fortune telling I I
erection of a new plant in a few
..,.....,.CUU..UlHt H ...O.fI..."..1f....N..."$. I I11r6rz I i I camp on the city's outskirt They' weeks. The site selected is at the l I Try Force at Solomon's Shoes for Men. : :

l had intended to put up !'nchl place Cockcraft, Ala.: mill, two miles east I ..7Ww. < 's. tin 'Jfsl .I 51 oJJ ',

inside the city limit, but when one ,: of town. They are to in-tall new 1------ Shoes for Women. ; ;
i1 It (\ !\_AJ\ \ ( !' j I machinery and double the present 11 1-- -
of the
II;'i r< party inquired for a license this I I ,
( general merchandise store in connection PnOLBTEnJ: : : n ;
morning the price for one week with the business. ; Shoes for Girls. !

Welcome to All Visitors staggered; him. The licence for for. I It is said that Florala: is to hare a I I 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. .. I
Garnet Work and Furniture School Shoes
tune teller\ here is f 100 per week. fine hotel erected on the lake. a y Dress I
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Mr. Brady has his novelty works Specialty.
Then they endeavored to secure I ''i
11-A'}'-o "itinerant peddlar" licence. This I 1 nan n good shape and ready for buiness. :Jhouo 188.e Up. .'oC : .tC .tC ." ol .'Z .tC .t& 1

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Louis Friedman & Co's i is J2"> per week and the applicantI"rt Rev. W. W. Faulknerpastor of th R. K. WHITE, The Priceare Right i- well\ a- tin : t

.. 5 the city tax collector's office in !'l Baptist church, delivered a fine sermon Matchmaker, Manufacturing .Irmler Shoe" ..I .

dp-pair. I Sunday evening to a large au Call( and See for Yourself. \
5 LARGE DEPARTMENT STORE. dience. and Graduate Optkinii, I f f
Five of them held a council of | It
Rev. J. A. Brooks of Geneva: visited M South P lifoi .t., PrnuroU, 11
\ 1 war on, the curbing in front of the i' Boston Shoe Store '
town yesterd ly. : ,

= the extend you, one and all, to make .. opera house, then slowly wended I :Sunday schools were well attended III St. \ i

,j their way to the depot, where another on last; SabbUh.\: Herring* Bros., '

7 tov, I" < ,. Large Store your headquarters while awful sight was witne....ed. j| Mr. Brown, representing the well on.1J1 X f., ;:lA Q;: i'I 4'
-s known I ,
Clutter music house, who .
.; 2 'r the city, where you will reoeive polite at- ..,-: d,>In zeti the women waiting, girls room and lounged two I>j has spent several weeks In town, Have for the specially removal, con-tructwi of dead Wagon animal- |: <' I ,

sold several pianos during his stay. from the city limits. ,
b ntion and all courtesies we can assure ( < the latter being very dirty childreU'j: Mr. Jell Bulgon of Rye. Ala., whowas Will remove dyad herr f"wfor

k r1 a bering in a strange tongue. The ,, seriously injured by the fallingof ; Address One Dollar HERRING each: HKH NICK'S

.. \\'e are headquarters for Dry Goods, young women were omewhat intelligent a limb several Baas ago, died la-t I Or leave order (ioulding1A5 : I I,
Friday. Mr. Bulgon ); East Intf.nd'nl'la
and was a man of I 1tr"rt.
: one to to '
;: reply I
J Millinery, Ladies' Furnishings ; I about 50 years of age, a farmer and a : f i ii
the questions of a TS'EWS '

also Shoes, Clothing, Gents' Furnish-( : : reporter., good I hgs, and citizen.a limb He struck was cutting the back sa 1 i, lBTilEAITDAILY I i i is 7
ftL1J lugs Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Trunks .c 1 Moscow I', his: head, fracturing his brain. }I i! GOIiEVIrl| | ii s
i :
J and Valises, in fact we handle everything q a place with the intention of i was the !on of Rev. P. D. Bingo I t + !

; to be found in a General Depart- JJf a' g 'IIU.T to Cuba. :She !said some |! and Tile a grandson of Col. Thos.Bulgon.; :; 212 S. Palafox St., II
graders of the L. & N. are on : .
1 of them were from Brazil, while I'
5" ment Store. uNlil a fast: rate and will go through to ; MENUS ; t i
bi U | othi'r- were from Arabia: and Brute Opp on time. i Pensacola'sf .

IL nll.'he was in that country when I I The Central survey moves rather i I hipri-H ;all ti! >- U;,-to- ,

tBb ll> AN \luISTOl'J.IU-E.' :; the revolting massacre of'Chfi-t- i I! slowly, but will make it through. I )atc Dl-If'a the :Market : I

Since the i tot the World ,
writing above a Leading i 1
:| rin-: ccurred. The girl was quitnervuu :, I
UOUISFfilEOMAN&CO. j change his taken place. The L. & Afford.Ladies' :
;. when she saw a pencil and' I i'
: now owns the Yellow River rail- l'I .
a' notebook and answered further q-ies-1 I roads and hands are at work on this .4 Clothier! -- : j t "

lions with reluctance, saying; : "Me,1slfcpv > t
i Private
-'J J B I a.1 J ."fJvl \ r.vl'JI'JJJJIV v.l\ tired ; wait till my man; !t'i i Superintendent Saltmarsh, F. C. i| ,I ;, : :

) \ ; ; \) 111y11 I Brent, president of the First National I I INVITES Dining Parlor. J
come-then talk ;" and away ehe: i i I i I II
: \ bank ; O. A. Gonzalez:! W. B.; 7( II I i
darted to grab one of the children i: J CARNIVAL ,
NOTICE. j Wright and i -
I George Wright pent

I THANK lVING 3LL! t tI who was burrowing in a hamper j jl lat night here. i, I : .,.
, steel j ..VISITORS... : Regular Dinner Daily. 4 .
n >tifv the public that: I ; from which peanuts had been distributed : Heavy will be placed at once
: \ 1'r.iu-ttT O>. i- -till in II I' i'' n this road and a dally passenger I f
a few minutes before. :
to call and his
I I t'r.! > iMO truth what-I inspect
riff: .ervic will be '
: ',..,: : l'lrLulIt'd: blur These people are said to be good 1 : given. | IMMENSE STOCK Short Orders Promptly f
; : ..*t we had di-ron- Civil Engineer B. G. French and \; &:
; '.i .l I. U. Ynie-tra In* been I 4 I tt.ChIrv iple E I, workers but they are not desirablecitizen ; I wife are visiting Florala today. o .') of B"vs'Gent-, Clothing Youtht-"' -,11"and", I, nnt"ll. :'tighl or Day.II t

t \ :::tu.izer:. ant will herej: j ; ) ." and will be deported at the I Mr. J. H. Parker, representing the ides., Cap". {"'Id ri r. I I ;
i ',lily, superintend all I : first opportunity. They remained Davis-Marshall Company Mobile, I r r Clothing; and Even."- lt' "om.>tblnr fj'xwi to KM 1
i- firm. All pt>r ; 'is in town rfrq'ii-it to a 1a I' 4 ,
j.-: *ee him at 1L Light Infantry -_ I at the depot all day, and were a show today. i : tfiitl nim'a complete I
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( C. T. Co. i '
E. in themselves to the crowd of West ; and up-to-date toile c. Nick Apostle'sPopular
S. I
CKVKS.CAU :: I Mother Gray's Sweet P.n\tiers for : i

I I Thursday, Nov. 27th, !I II Florida people who came in during Children. I Asreiit for Gar=onIpYH' & Restaurant. : ; i
;\ Cloth .
EXCURSION i 'the day. Succ s'folly used" by Moth. r Gray nurse in i ing i;l
i! ATARMORY I the Children's" Home In 5ew York Cure' John-onIutDhy's! i,
I -- feveris&Qtss, Hal Stomach, Tfrtbing Dis ,, :-:holard
CITY OF TAMPA HALL. TO CITUK .\ COLD IX OXK DAY ,orders,move' and regulatt" the KOKFU anl'Destroy i ,- Underwear.Goods i I :
: I Worms. Over :Su.Ouu testimonials. | 11 y I U11 hUU ) VU1 U11 i( :
t Take: Laxative nromo famine Tablets net utter fail At all druggists,25c. hamj j
Tity of Tampa will\ !I GOOD MUSIC! .tC.tC GOOD TIME! Tbls signaturetW, L on every (Roy l,'XtB, Address Allvii a. Oinuled, Le bought close!
\,llr ion rite* from ill box: -.>C. */fi&rrv-t \.1. | for cash and will be OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S '
v Milton and IVu-u-o- THF 1 i old close .
\\'....k. i! _- .. 1---- It Keeps the Feel Warm and Dry. j margirG -
LIET.. Ask today for Allen's Koot-EB,
""k..tfrom Milton\ a powd ---
p. d for to Hot Chocolate with I It cures I'bilblains,Swollen Sweating,Bore, J I I I I Fine oysters today. Try them
the week ev- : AchtagLamp feet At all druggists Yours for Trade f
: Whipped Cream at Solo- I I OST-At Fall Festival grounds last and I NIC APOSTLE I
I shoe stores
J night diamond! brooch containing: nine
mon's I II stones. Liberal reward tor its return to ---- -

Try ForcQ at Solomon's. ,I I Subscribe lor-TuEJiEWs_; We'per week I I 'rag to NEWS Its: recoverr of ice, or for information Gnat I leading ; I 1iud9 23c.'s, file Best j,r oc. I Joseph Coleman. IJ I Solomon's Try Gunther's, Candies at I '

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- I -FOLD' MEN WHO ARE NOT OLD I STOPPED THE STORM. **..3... Don't Treat Symptoms

Potable example! to De Found Doth The Snow Wan a Little Too Heavy Go the caue.! Stimulants and cathartics
- Pure at Horn and Abroad. to bait the Actor. | may lmenevercure tnd-tsuo!
fr They temporarily! relieve the tystem but. the next. aiuln Thlt

Much has been paid! during th3 rust I "Mechanical devuvs an now made food should be digestRd. The UUU1 19U1UCU V- 11%,; tb-suen.lh
few y cars about the Importance; of wonderfully real on the stage; said should be appropriated-absorbed by the system. ccnta

u e t1A1 i Palatable, | young meni: htuirs In U::a:ice. iadus- I i the old stock actor. "It hasu't liren so

since the siinph: K 0
even DOL
try and 1'oGL; l... aid the: inpres-sioa; has '! many jcais ago Children
deuce of depicting 11 wiowsti'im was
Uvnultn;;,tod that only) yo::;:;: men ,: .
Popular. regarded: an u''IJI'nt. 1 reim-iaber cleanses, strengthens and Swept on*f hi';t,,? ?
W'-re' Sttwl to do the rent work of the i iin i Thrivepurifies !I.
m one occasion I WlIlilt with a coin discovery digests all classes: of fM.iai, : .1 i ..,,, ?
}-\'ur.1) these pixi;.-sbive dajs. Rut j Ci
and digestive In ill
organs *
pany playing) repertoire! and in one a slmltatll,,:
I Millions are Eating i&'u we tike a look around at the I inien melodrama don't even now n'l'alithe transforming it Into the kind of nourishment tat: i.

who are actually in the lead today i old onICodol taken up; by the blood and fed to the tissues thnr:. !
I Malta.Vita 1I:11U1'-1 took the part an ct
y PURE\ in literature, scieiKv, politics, 1't'I j I had the various organs of the body. Kodol cures lndiws'tiA;
the heroine
who c daughter:
man and
? L D1OFTD "1 Perfect.FexxL" ligion and la'in'ss1..' find much todisprove dyspepsia, thus removing! the cause of all st'acb:
been abducted. 1 was supposed to beHind troubles. Kodol such
1 this idea that old age is a I rives strength to the body that
TNOROU"NLY CCOKED. Malta Vita with ai.d! my strong scene was in the! it is Invaluable In all wasting diseases.
bign of weakiK-ss and inefficiency.In !
a third act when I went out into a "I wtsh to think you tor what K: $IlElfIANDti11GIENIC/ cream or milk and our own strenuous hind we have I "n cured of Colleit fey
a : me bad
,9 I snowstorm in search of my daughter.She 111M tlilltJl1. ben l tried Lod4; It bllpYd It,
11 M dtti. ritiiW..v.WtYY.IYwLYr.YU..Y..t suvh Edward: tight away. I cheerfully I't'COmmpn(1It.
rlnr. rr. A..,sir, sugar. awn as Everett Hale, was lying in a drift and as I hobbled Kodol
and sliced bananas Theoilore Cu.xler and Ihnssell Sage still i Digests What You Eat.
; j across the stage I kept crying: Prepared by E.C.DeWitt&Co.Chlaiga The it bottle rontalns2
""Y" "" with at the forefront In a multitude of ncI I jStamesismuchbyktay( ::
cream, delightful 'Me cht'IIJ11'1'1'! is me che-ild!' measurement)liS the trial size which sells far Soc.De1VR1's ,

;: DEUCIOUS AND NOUR15HINOimvm dishes. tivities: although all three of them "Well it was early in the season and Wile ta3! Risers the famous little liver pills fur biitawasss 0;

r .... ....... have left bvhind
4'. .al.f rYLYY YY Yu .W W IWI YY..1n"'Y' years sometime the play was the first attraction at that COIlitJP651>JD. Sale tborou:11. They never 1rP1!
t Requires no Cooking. ,,1111'('. In the sphere of national theater. The scene painters had bt 1't'II'llwork

". have such John Hheppard.Hargis' l'l1rmlleyiiltU! Ktl.,
politic we commanding figures and had dropped several paintbrushes {;y :

> rat FB raw; I, as Senators Hoar and! Ilawley h.ininit-rs and other articles

1 ._ _. both of whom must plead guilty to the .
-, .-.- -- ------ Into the sluvt that held the snowstorm.As
age ot se\enty-six. while the two illustron I
I the stage: hands in the tiles shook

FATHER Ar.D: SON LYNCHED : Shout \ olrnnors.Ft senators' from Maine, Mes rs. the shifts to make the IIO011I' J '
? r
-- 'w juTMiti". Faye :air idea of the Hale and I'rye, are troth men of many out a couple of hammers came down T il?& T TM NtV1'a} I.?ill 1 HUfvH' f

} v They Disappeaend:: Are Supposed IDHe II"l'I"g'OUo;: ; iullilit\ of boor Mini \l.utn \ eirtlie first Mlnxd: being sixty-six: and just miool'\lme by an ineh. I was ; Mil \ .

Victims cf Mob.: -\.'.," uhiili .1 t lrtuo in a Mate: of i i and the other! se\enty-oue. Our present blind and didn't dare to look up. but

-SOli -i i't rui'tiuii ('UII'omit in a ltLdur..-. Mvntary flf state, Mr. Hay, is far .
t ;. .\ ; ti-viie: N. C., Xov in: ( I when a uumhu! just grazed my -- -

f Fi C. Lyon who id holding court The hatter u bu ti was dlM-liunriHl; in from Unng a jimthful person havingsixty ;: temple 1 had presence' of mind enough;

liar frinn Miami IIuw: and! which I: -four to his credit while !
ulfsrra'ni years : The stormis
P )as week rcfHivpJ a to yell: 'See order innou
shoo'ir tl.ieateiieil to ov rwlivlm, Cttinii forms I I SecretaryVilson Is older than that by !j The hands took their Arlf. .ART .
: t.",dlt'In th- ewes of a :- : over: stage v 7

''. ani a :subsequent lynching a m:!!<< the eMcnt of which l been I I three )ears: and Postmaster Gtneral cue and let up on me, and the audience .. el"r'
tif In }IL.len. The telegram is from -tiiiiatiil as lu'ltig; not lo"s than ),lay)),- : Payne is neatly sixty., Whitelaw Reid never stopped!' to question how a Mind

WKi.iiiiO( oil ilc ymls. I I1'1'1I1'1 {,i of the Tribune i is sixty-five! and Dr!!. man cnukl see yonder tII\1l1u.-l'hila.i isrrt'EbsoK: AVKRY t WOIILt'IIUIMPORTER \ .
E a't: 'r J't O'\\. act l :
L the immense crater of Kilauea. : James M. I'.iickh-y' :111.1' J.ymmhbott., Ilecord.
q i Sicftfetary: who resides 3 miles tll'll.IIi AND JOBBER OF
III Hawaii there was vomited in IMi) i i the Hh'rm.: religious; journalists: ire:
f Hladd.boni. was shot Monday
during a single eruption a Muss of lava I I over sixtysix.If I Searching For Missing Man.
nht He was carried! to the
equivalent to fifty times the volume] of I I we turn our gaze abroad, we find New York Nov :Consular and I .WARE.
1 I it Wilmington. HP is earth \shish it was to remove '. 'II
ncci-s.-ary equally 1011'0111tt'liUl"II It is Sir' a
; boon shot Kd Davis. Thor
; by '
in onli) to form the Suez canal. I j I .Toiin Aird. urging; on seventy, who to discover the whereaboutsof ;

1 ; 'h in< P law caused the shooting. .\ :, In1,;.". theSkIptariokulluueofthe .: has built the great Nile dam; it !L, Lord Frederick C. Johnson son of Colonel Iron Nails. Axes, howls, Saw Mill and Stunl; ..t

: I fti-r loceivrd today! says that Davi? most iccli'iiltiiMeolcaiKifs, in htlnnil.h j I )la blIn. vcnrins on lIilll h'. who has Edmond Johnson, a cki- !Supplies Cooking and Heating Stove-, I'anit.: ni:;-

x house, was !Urokon into last night asf h forth two rivers of tire, one of I II wealthy Window Glass, Buns, Pistols and Fi-hinsr Tacklf:
just appeakd to the English government -
I of Vineland N. J. who
} zen disappeared
; the property Mt intact Davis and wl.l( II ran neon a valley fur eighty! and Tinware
? U
i 4 I to overhaul the fiscal system; threexinonths ago. On SItPt. 1 he Agate ami Iansefurnishilly! ,w ; .
haw ? >'l, and it is
his bov : dl'larIt'ari! miles! its depth along; the satire distai.te Henry iJiboiicht ro, "Ijibby," the

,1 thought they WHO !lynched." I Icing' ; thirty janN. Finally it is liant editor of Truth is a man of brit'l started from Boston for Vineland That trAGEr\8 BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO.\IJ'ANY\

( d Further iiartioti'.ars! connet f
t a 'ii had last night.! All parties ( ocrernej I niiil a'-lies which were discharged! in i I, of commons is !'tilltir: William liar- of him. Although tM search has been Wheel Co., Liftiu & Rand Powder Co., Johu"...n1K d-

are white. 1SKJ< from Knikatici cimld be formed a I court, In active t'Pl'olilluu at peventy- prosecuted vigorously no further tra"e somine Iron Kins and Buck Stoves and RJnl-!"-, \\'w

iiioiintiiiii higher and uulcr than Mont of the missing man has born obtained. Coups & Co.'s Raw HiJe Lace Leather Ala-ur/-
f 't f r4J four; Mr. John Morley Is ty-thrce.
'i a Made Railroad Colors.
r ; STOLE MAN'S FAMILY. lilanc. and Joseph Chamberlain! is only four

e.y'Y ; dy years off seventy; Francis Joseph of I Masonic Temple .@ Pt'n nrula, FM.
., lie Didn't Take the Hint.
k'L era Wa: art Issued for North Carolinian Austria was seventy-two last Governor Nash at Chattanooga.
4 Chicago once had as its superintendent \ug'Ust.1 ,
i Chattanooga. Nov. :'o-Governor
For Peculiar: Cffense. I ():-ear of Sweden is .' ) '.
r 1 of city schools a bachelor ilalnedIlowluid
:Nash of Ohio and party arrived here
IYdd of Belgium Is sixty-seven, and

20.-Justice 1 1< .!. !I : ,. \\ hoMtruffncMi of manner lain; Christian of LH-ninark is eighty I II today and will spend the week in this The Star
i ami hive of neatness were proverbiaL I I Laundry
t '01 tie a'T'tt of a man for a very I four The world's foreign! relationsare city and section. They will be tendered ,
1 loiii'-r; into the HHIIII of a lo iing; and ntt
ac 1 leE d r"''il'.ir: olTensTh"! warrant was I I in the hands of men over sixty an elaborate banquet Saturday
':'t.ti\e teacher one day, ;Mr. lloulandtwk
1 H ,. K-III .1 for one Jam s Pr t 1 : notice of un untidy desk and acanlfsvly Biggest Busiest Best:
; .fl r t r t :,u. -: ol J. C. ;Mitchell of Caldwell! i ) arranged Imokshelf. and.loii.tit'g eight: Sir: IMmund! Monson is sixtvseven. TheV')rst r'orni ,

{ fl i.t\ Xht h-l! i har his at queriedbr'usqut
S u1'I hal Irft Calwcll! county. taking i Iy fuger I Sir Prank Lascelles' sixty., Lord! Cromer Multitudes! are singing the prai-es

ti= \itb him his (MitchfU's) wife. two "Wkit kind; of a huu'-ekeeii do you I young enough; to make another of Kodol the new discovery whichis '

> -iilrircn ant! a lot of his furniture. !!.' think }lIu"tl make?" Egypt is sixty also and at the other making\ many sick people well : I The '

teit Ft.iiPil that all this Ot'C'urrt'tI'hi!(' hi'wa" "\Yh ', Mr. low land are you lotjkiug: end of Africa a man of seventy reigns and week people strong by dit e'tinp: ) Speak

t I tram home that '" as prime minister of the Cape.-Leslie's what eat and
1 ; iJ away and he had for tlIIC: was the humorously quizzical they by cleansing I

A ;:i aril from his nf'shborshat: hadin0 reply. Weekly. sweetening; the stomach and by i

-st 4 4 : of his wife and children. .' i transforming their food into the far Themselves a'r-! =

144 ii r PIPwooti i? thought to be in town I HI* (:.rare.I'.ishop I I"n I'.iir For Mnnlp. i kind of pure, rich red blood that r 4 J f _) ;;fa

+, -1 : Mitchell I cam here at once to SP-;: AViilnTlorce used to tell a story "f low do you like: the music, Mr. Jud- makes you feel good all ovt-r. Mr;.

ip' i ..; is arrest of a greedy' cler;'jman who when fans:" said Miss! I'arsons. CranfiiL of Trey, I. T., write- : Fora We 1ft theirt! -, (

asked to say grace looked anxiou-ly to number ot years I was troubled .
"I'm sorry, but I have no ear for and Cutlwe! Luuml'rpi Iblewt i
if there thaiupague glasseson with indigestion and dyspepsia
SHpmsn's Fatal Mistake. see the table.: were If there he began music he answered."No. which grew into the worst, form. Ive.;. They will I ilk I I.i I.t I.

f'hailotte.! N. C., Xov. :d.-J. u. Shi> were he ." put in 1 lc Jasper. "He uses Finally I was induced to U;P Kodo! titan we c:au. \Ve win: : tll> In. j '! : 1
"llnui.tiful Jehovah! Hut !if MW i
n :.n, (if Gre.Evillp, S. C., died hP'plapt J.Io'I'S lie saidVe are his for a pen rack.: "-IJoston Christian; and after using four bottles I am entirely : inure by the work we.1 > N.! i.. ','
( a t. night as the result of inhaling I only :: Kegisttr.Nothing: ; cured. I heartily recommend
l not worthy of the !least of thy mercies. Kodol to all suffers from indigestionand I what: we sav.
r*tal t' gas lie came to Charlotte yesterday d

I 1' ;. ,i ,trump: to a point in ",'rnorlh (',. dyspepsia. Take a doe after
R l ll-nc .jiiie :)Miniifiin \\'II) will give permanent successin meal It digests what you eat.

,1;: 4r ; .f) Car.i was !forced uia. to He remain missed over his train night. and On "Your town H getting to be quite a any entcrpiist' of I.fe except nativeapacity ; Hunrto: Pharmacy John Shepard; !! ALL WORK C. 0. D. GOCfiS Cailrl f fir 29l DJl'SK) [ Fr.

I Sidney Kahn.CURES .
4 ... city, isn't it: (' cultivated by honest and persevering i
:i.mir to led he "ail!! d to cut the gas --- GARDEN:: ST-
"Wtll!, 1 don't know. :Sometimes I ffort. (;thus is often but thecapacity TELEPHONE 114. 27
i '( t niT. UP was 31 ti years old/ and on. and sometimes I I
think w t"re a city far receiving and lllI'ro\'in;;:
: r; f>f i'i < hildnr. This !is. the first death don't.V wear stv.illowtuil coats at by discipline.' -George, Eliot WEAK MEN FREE. WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.WliEStJLY .

w i t i<'s n file family. evening! ltUtt t'll. but we haler had a l ,

is t ", street car strike 'ct."-CLu-ayo Trib! I l"5'. ALl, WHO USE ATOMIZERS in 11I"IJr" Lane and a Happy Home I
it Another Victim of Football.
{ g une.I treating; al.catarrh. : will get the tor Ml CI lEU U L. I :

l{ ,T't' :X.'v York Nov. 2n.-As a result: olu I \ best result from Ely's Liquid Cream How any man rosy quickly cure himself
'. in football I \ I'rol.leni tlf Hie 1'rrnrr.t.! after ynars -ulTerin from ,..x lltl w eahni" FOR STEAM DIVIS O -
@ 1 I s received a gamyr Halm. Price. including spraying >s. lot vi'ulliv. night Invse. varlcoo-le, I
i i. t idiy'IVrl.apH : ;
\ ,F V warici N"r. !I. Kudolnh Klettn I lIorI'lI"1':1113 so pensive etc., an
} ; 1 ,,: ':.. \:, .. ",' :.:. !1' CluU ttam. [:'lt :: l lit' is \\oinlcriiis; how lie w illget I tube Tocts.; Sold by druggists or I ze ftuU .vigor.. implv send your nan," Itl1r. r<> lir. Knapp Mt-dical i 'a.. 1.::W RAILWAY COMl-ANY. \
aioi:g without u-s alter we are mar mailed by Ely Bro ., Warren;1 .St.,
pF 1 l N. J.! a;aa. lie was in I Hull Huildiiii;. I'Htroit. !I'h.. and theywill
P"n"ool" for the
ried. New giadlyeod( frtire. eipt with fulldinctioiut.1) Trajan ItlJYUJ.
11 i, : intc'rna'Y.: York.New Big l:uyou, Wxrra'tou. tiaTy : sr i '
( ;; 4 q } ___u- ,___ __ Helen.I r likely he is nondtrinirhow Orleans, I">f'pt.l 1,1'.KK). sell at boon1 that IIMV his man Krerlntnlv niavpasilv" moit!'ur-IIIIlI-1:"11frou aud Fort Harrnaoas ilt I WIIKTP'r

It 't T'i-re' lIol'lJuh i he will git along; with us uutil we I Mp ELY HROS : tlWll'illl' (popilir =sre. : -I old two 1Soa in.arrive at Fort Barranca 7.U. r I
L S ) H 1tev1; I-I'n"' and Tar. It I are-.Urooklyn Late I bottles of your Liquid Balm of from their th"Kenero-' Kily mail! sboWl what m.n think I'):M 110. m.arrive at p ort Burraiica li'.ut.c' I
I lin' p.m.&rrlv.. at Kort Barranca l:4ipo: !
a 1z i ,'t},4 i.. run* no opiate-' <>r ;p' i;ons and to a cu-tnmer. Vin.11.uubirton,1115 "Lienr HnCHpt my -!nci>rethanki B0! p. tn.drrlvtat! tort lUrrancas 4:15: p c I r

t 'r vtt .1.'v 'rfiiictorurr. \\'. A. D'Alem I Ielacli.iie :';t., NewOrlean* ; he has I for >ours of rernt dme. I Um-, n:15p.m.arrlvittt KHrraacbi T'" r; a
rnrlnlrtrrntmrnta, tUoroiuli te-.t HI iltbebeiu'llt
and Tar for coughs i gn :OOp m.Arrive at Fort Barrancas M:;.it.o
}S r.t. 121 S. l'tl:1fox: fit Foley's Honey used the two bottles, Diving; him hn's liecn extraordinary. It lie'
'Ai 'tBF wonderful and mot ;:atif.trtlf\- completely brai'ed the up I am Just a'II'tOfOm Traiat leave Fort Karraafoitor l't nt*
anJ colds; ; reliable tried and tested, cola at7I'a.m.
C ..iEO '=' 0 ::ri. :I: LA \.. etil-. GKi.: W. II'Dt'H. \ -. b.1I..n a boy" and you can Dllt

,. 1 is. ... jr.; R'J J I. H : Vsjis; r1m 'l safe and sure \V. A. D'Alercberte' !! 1'hanaacist..t raii/"1)esrlrs-lourmrthorlwrorked how liHi'py I am. beauti arr'.v- at Penaenla uu iw: It. L d
.. Palifox St. I II :11( <) p in. arrive at P"n..c'a, ........ll.iii :
1 121: H. : fully. KrnultN'rerxaetly what needed.strenath
,' .. ,, 1:0(1 p. nt. arrive at Pensacola ....._. tj :
and rigor have conuiletdy r> -
./'Lt.rll l.1 i (.corral Intilnlliiii.The 5iK p m arrive at IVasacoIa! U'" StS! ; a
turned and :
uY. euiargemeat is entirtly snUe- I'
I 7:Qoj) p. m. arrive at Peimoo.a .... T to p. t1
._ old story of the Ulan who sawon factory .. .
--- -- 94Ap.m.arrlreatl'eubaoola.: .3: c. .
I An CM Time I' "I'edrMr?-Yourswas reoelv-'d' R\lll liad ?
the rail of the organ; gallery in a tif the '!s,,:nraay only i
no trouhleinnlrkinga-e receipt asdirerted. I
Parliament Member :Stoned. In the ive chest of n (nrmantownresidviiie
: i little western chun a placard I bearing and can truthfully sny III' a l>'ion F.g FOP. WEEK DAYS. I .
,y, ,a. ., r. i'.'!Maa-t. NoJi: I Mr. P.usM'll. the, i th..rt? are always Ijltig font the words: "1)ulI't shiHit the organist. > to weak mrsize..trsngth l1. I am grail) 1111pru Led in ,.r3.
7 This i U lut-ause the and vigor l'en..c.1l.! Kort Kirrancajand: retoru .ufeasacoU
1 live
i big keys.
c'onist! momber of I pailianicnt.! cr the lest he ," has All is confidept Yard _...
.a rM1' .: He's doing can : correkpoiulence strictly / to Navy and retcrn h.
fat if ,1\: ,! b> a rcub ait.-r! iu had address. I nose! of the I I.i tlli son of the hous"Mee.N lately! liern matched by another somewhat IInl.IIII1II1'\! plain sealed eni.-Inp1-. 'Iti.i Penlacola Palmetto fct-aot and reu.-a id9CSDAT Famous! at home for
} r-'Cfipi t is fr. for tins askini and tbcj vmntrver -
I .' 1 .1 meeting! at Dromore last night. I : every few (Ins, and nothing;: like it. >' anon la hate .t. ICHBOCDB.Waea ,

S ( '. ',!. rioton: attacked the hall where, I Mo;':- the lictnorri::::.'!' like the ilroppiii;" A recently returned from a mining Weuasr poem ts tae running t i Generations past:

i 1 l.'i-i'. told dthe child's back.. open coacaei. I ILaavt
a key :
Mr! Pnssell had made his speech an.4 .1: I ; the U.r.l. lit region; where one :SniHlny he attendfd 4'JI P.neauoia. L* Fort aatrts91.m. Famous new all over

I -Hi"(>'1 him to seek refuse in a neigh MIV+ J'hI"IIhi. a seriice in the only church for I la a. n:. II

'hou whence he trie ..1 Miuiruis and Ties< out lieforc the shtH-k he entered the strains 11 a. m. u m. the World.
t. : r- \\\z ( to os; miles Uf'JIIlld.s
id: then in a mouient he is well li> If You HaveRheumatism I p. m. 1p.m. I
*. ..]It' in a ('arra e. The cio! discov! : of an organ apparently in great distress I Ip.m Ip.m. Foi *FIh: :
HUM stups bleeding.: A |iiiysicaii:: !llidIh:1t : I ;
.1 I n
'* reached his .and when he p. p m
him bombarded th.'hlc1 ears
and ,
'P .
tie ccl-i k--y r,-lilt'.h' lor th hero' .. ..,y' .... 4p. m pm,
} with! s;(>n<'s. :'>11'. Russell was structon ..' was slotted be looked Up to discover ( p. m. tf.m. I Dannheisser Bros
Lei w : m in hiueof the nose w a as old, he sup
a she head but was not seriously In'n who the player was.On e p. m. I p.m.
r. r rt qxl| -" Il. :]* keys tll"II1';('"'r. are. hit is :i'I 'ARa rca.uisnAY I
r !'"" dpZ II the back of the parlor organ; I -
verb geld: remetlhe I went on. ":Inc 1 I 1'8uaoola to ort Hurraasai bayy -
which steal on the platform WM.* a iin.--: ... lard aad return_._.__r_ rb I' DR. KINC'STRY
q its curative power is due to the shock nS'ves t Ptniaaala to Palmetto
neatly lettered of pasteUiardwhich ass
; Rut Isn't it an oild thing to use square I the )met teo .\ Item In HtMiiniuvas !. read "Come up and try It yourself HEW DISCOVERY
UR'GSOL rn4orstd leldorma1trmMy IpplIlbt 11\4 attar .
a cold! kl'Y"hllt"t as oil'!. to my mind' I : gasp mj I
t 1 E ;:6; -, cutting an item from a news : will cure
I as; the caudle with which some person* _,T I you. It fcl-o cures Liver. Kidney and FOR THAT COLD.

/ t 41 l. r. tclow! their noses when they have Jcnhl. 1 Tontlinrhe. I ElI'Her diseased caused by an excess of _
'?' 1 ; i-'lls\ Low a house was roMn: anJ, I uric acid. It never exile! and builds op Y/omanl TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
nut the candle reuietlj does mgi e If one has a toothache and can'treach I the health and ftrergth while tiling it. / Every '

I 1 .lit to show It tu my wife. he os.a !,uI.-0 fir as 1 can s,t'. whereas th e the dentist try this method ottemporari1y seat ttamp fjr book) of wonderful cortlilcaies IsIDternk.uu'ir'r I H' w Cures ConsumptionColds /'"IlL!" -<
-.. .1 I bottle. For sale .
1'hd, n Price tl per .i.. a' nttewo Lilo I I.t '
key r-inedy is true of the lest m thIusiaea. e allaying: the pain: Cleanse : \-r\\ '
Lronchiti" '
If druitiri't ran not *
: \\ kit RKH! will that do?" a frlvu-l I by druggists your ep \p "R\L "hirling 5pra} ,
i: j and dry the hollow tooth with a bit of supply )uu It will be sent prepaid upon .. 'fl..oe. ...loal"rioF'. J., '
i\ in: 'nd.vhoe. receipt of pnce. AtSdtktai t < l'neumo11: aIasl'ev't'rl'11' :
cotton. Then put in u small!! cotton \ 1"1.'Yr srt. ) .rat1. :

nN 1 + v \ lot. was the rej'ly. "You I '' An OM runill.T.Ho plug; dipjitd! in creosote or oil of cloves. Uricso! Chemical Co. Los Ang lesCal. .''" ,; : eslI.I.Un.orrr....I..b" ..rot", risy, LaG rippe, Hoarst-u"1-
". ills house was roIiNM while! tin Ililiaeour! claims
c -Mics to bt-lorj: ( Cover iLis: with another bit of dry cotton 5 the I.' ,..,.......101 r.,ft. Sore Throat a4;
or Croup
church with his wife. It h. '
1; was at II' ton old: family. 'M.ot enprly lt. ,
very or. still hotter a Iitt! s beeswax M 1 KF 1 "
d >:. 1\i :" t'x'Jaiua..l the friend.e\l': t'll.. ShiVih she's justified. There ani and cotton. kneaded together. This L. N. Brull wig & Ce'l NEW Orlean?, La ; 'Vhoopi; Cou h.

I : Iv. \.u haven't got a six :
j j I'keeps out the iiir and downs the "mis- 2 Distributing Agents. NO CURE. HO PAY.

u.S. tl u i i.eptr\ !'mvirnV"- .:'bn-.140: Tost. them must be at least tblrt) eery' uijtU '.an be reached I Room B'o !aKldz-. New York Price 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.

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,#} ft -:says of

? .el+ We made cakes with Presto and were delighted with it. They

., S it rl were delicious, much quicker, very nice indeed delicious
>,y$ { '5& egth St., NewYork Cay. Oct a tSiiaed) Mice K. Lyoas, in employ of Father Thomas J. DuceyP

- 7 C ; eresto

-- U Qt Th 2H- t=1 Company What o lr C40k say s _


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I Special Correspondence.]

Postmaster General Payne publicly OF A KISS' ,

_, tthnituentsblidcritugtheap- ani.niaonl rect'ntly that he would dismiss .' iI'

I .4 U-UJS. in fact an)fe thing that any postmaster found guilty of TORPID LIVER. [Original]

lu..counter-irritation itsient of "rnilbut, c JUtio? or aiding! another postmaster A torpid liver deranges the whole I olly!" r

,,.1::, ':!. :>lies do not reach the seat tit (i>lt-t\ tiuible\, commisskins on sal., system, and produces "What, Tommy

e n >r Ouch the real cause, pf statifK. It has It" 'ome the practice SICK HEADACHE,_ -. "Mother\ has pone to market I must

.t! thertSf'te de only to Uric temporary Acid and vf s.iiw f.om1dass\ i *>tn isters kxated Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism go to business and stay away a whole II :

'C' 'n m I.b,i>ons in the blood and war prsJ..'1". She has for infants and Children. j ,

.through the system, these! mall originating: within the limits of There is better for these gone off without a kit.." '
u no remedy '
._ ue U-ifwitc. in the 1:1U-c1cs. tinLitter dep<)r.Ited: in the fourth class! common diseases than DR. TU1T'SLIVER : 'That's too bad. Why didn't you The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature i I ,

w joints and nerves, and liik-e; through; an Implied agreement. PILLS as a trial will prove. thluk of it before she went out?" (If Chas. II. rietcher, and has boon made under his i ; #l't

r4 exposure to night, air, Take No Substitute. "I didn't know she going personal supervision for over 30 'Mrllow no 0110 : '
Thus the tiAvrili class derlv was ; so
cold! east winds, or any postmaster !
1\ to deceive : in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"Jintasgood" .
---- -- -- you
.1 sudden (hail;e Ln the s5 gnat bein-fi from this plan wh 'n I : J:r.
I s j weather, will bring on2.J.I tlk; &'ItlrtlIk'nt makes Its annual re- the night u Mir ;days ngo:: and was caps "Well. I see nothing for you to do arc hut Experiments and endanger tho ;

an attack which may turwl !by the photographer: In the !but so without the kiss." health of Cliildreu-Experience against Kxperiment. I I
daShi1)'flt''m of salaries and the'StalnPs t
{ as j

\...r-7' ;' \. '" lxt linger fur on a few for mouths.days or are purchased at a presidential know morning.what Tinfcitur kind of a was bird puzzled he caughtIt to " would make mother miserable The Kind You Ha e4A1wa s Bough : t;is: '
for whole
., Every battle with I.stadlkr! the government thus\ pays a .
\ I looked Iwth\ 1 Ilk! ( an owl I and hawk..
IW jf. Rheumatism leaves twice on this class of business; to tlte It was smaller In the body than an "True you fit-serve a whiiipjnj; for Bears the Signature of I '

.1: \\. the blood l in poorer II prudential postmaster for So'!k'g of owl. was fawn cnlnrvd. beautifully your carelessness.: You never attendto I. ;
'! condition v.hile the .i [
NtainiM mid to the fourth class post anything protxTly. Either I
corroding acids aregradually I marked with sjiots\ of lavender and Itsplumagt' your 1 I

'tiL'.l_ $::t f: consuming uvLster oneiineeUatious made. \ was !bright::; and Iridescent A mother or I must always be lookingout :; ; I '

n in i Cuiits! that lubricate the Single: cases of this kind have been lane: :; white crest terminated at the for you." ; :

ji' D i nit- and they beoonw stul. found at intervals for some years but base of a Ions, sharp beak and Its two "True again. You must look out for I II

'11 : loin< ba: I of late the practice has attained Such round white eyes were fringed with Ute now." .; \

:, with its sharp, cnttinj;; large proportions and become so ser(- I
: white feathers bram-hing outward giving "1. \hat do you nwan by, that?" I Use For Over 30< Years. it
until the nT. j ,
'f c conquered j uUs that the law oificlals! of the depart-
'.. n oli\ :in tl and pnriMI.JJ ;: the face a peculiar appearame.Tie "Yo.i must J give mother the kiss for .. U"UU" TT ..u..n ry.ff. Mf W PORN C'OTT
,". substances neutral.1 m 'lit wen'attraetitl.It blrJ: was taken down to the lD('." K..,'. \'IIrlU '... '"""" i !
I I is! vlokitlon of the postal! regula- 1 :
mitI'liau! institution! nnd the scientists ;
of the system, and ; will give: her a kiss for you, butit -
I tines ftr a |H>stmnster to !solicit and tht-re ll.lrp! Ml It to be a Mexican
fi promptly anti effecrukr will Inno ;:; 0,,<.1. You should have ii
the purifying whiltf in no single::; case has .uu'h a vio- ovrl. wM.hcry! : rarely comes so far '
1 :: attemlfd Jo the matter jvinr-flf and
W. B.
"t this vejjft-ible icniu !: louts txn proved the detriment will\ ntrtS! :.:; ;!!ls. It !Is 1'J'!: <1"I't1 tint It escaped saved her the di'li roiutllll'ut. Now 'it{ WRIGHT GOfflPflflY, !

::. le pure the general | hereafter take It for :granted that there firm tin: custody of sumo one ;'"0. You will miss, your traic." \ i iI i' !I
-nit! and the sailer" 3i is ulterior motive where l:1aills des i I
up an who !in-1. bro': Lt it uorth. It has Le 'natitl"d \. hJ
: 'T.nt you tiavfii't the kisc. f UFACTtREP.S.XD PfcALEKS IN \
,:,.f from the torturing .: ii. i
t I .
posited nutsido the limits of the nfQceI to the ornltholotrical collection at " kiss?" I I \ ;
I where! It originates.: ai. .
the \ tiOIt1 2 jvigica"l .
rid <,( Rll( u.matiqn :: > !park.Gecre Tor inouit-r. LUMBER LATHS ;
i 1! i jst master will be dismissed! aecord- 1 i.--- !
before it : .tttw,3n ti.herieN. "I toll you I woulJ'l': her a kiil's.1 I I 7.
In1y. ;
makes you a HITvoli M. lVr.vers. the! tish co.iimls- "One 1'1''ollr own. I want you togive -
4J+ yyy Q: 1. .y't...{\ I .\1: Out self lltriidl. I I smDCYPBESSzBllieLES-jWiifiSsp S { !
7, 'a'a *' '
peevish i
; sinner had :a talk! with the president In r one of mint1. I
t--,1': '' : :t fr...( I hc i A Mexican owl of the t'll.j's i com- .. UJ ; : j
+ or juiu- JL
).. : ,-' 7 tr.i ; the other day recaruiii: the work of "lIu'"Im I do that strip iii: I lp1 i
C! -ii !.. ,1 invalid i j tui.'ily descrilM-d as "monkey faee" tlew -. PE r'AO'A LA. I ,
the fish cdmniisfion.: Mr. Towers told 1 will ;give it to you and you one I '
I 11. n'.; on Rheum. through! an "i>en window of rite pbotfi-
't fort the president that next spring he is pass it on to mother" |I --- I 1 '
graph r.WIUl on the top of the war departmeut -
.... Co., fM'anta.: Ga. bii'lding!!\ M>nte time duriiigV. join to send the tio.h 5 : cotnmis.sion I "Well I declarer1Tonitiiy : A A. B J.R ftwn I''

.. -. -.- .... bt"1K'rIbltro."s and a commissionof went up to her put hs: arm UKb ; VJ Wrl I
experts to the salmon waters of I gently about her wai>t. tlrt.h.'r toward I
I \ A. llerrea of Finch. Ark.,1 I II
Alaska: to thoroughly! investigate the him and ks.-ed! 1.I'r. Tummy t ;
ct.STOR fAf writ.", "I wi-h to report that Foley'a WE EXl'fT'I' TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA'ItiER'rRDl'
salmon business. One of the t purposes was eighteen; and Molly was sixteen.!:
> I Kidney Cure Im cured a terrinlr i
{ ,r 1 :..;:t3 and I a"fof ki'luf'and bladder troubl i I I of the commission will be to ascertain She had been ndoptod: by Tommy'-; I 1'HIS WINTER I THX EVEt l Kr'C.i liF: t I I ; :

| that two doctors h-id given rip.V.. the Ust means of replenishing the uiotlur l.i'cause she hail no other home ;

"'? 1 !: Jla 3 Always Esugis, ) !! A. D'Alembt-rte, 1 121 S. 1'alafoxrit. toek! of salmon and preventing;: the :po- .\!! sum as Tonmy'! piven her I'M-: SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW f 1 1 ;i iif

i lug out of the supplies of this great kiss he ran for hi1 ltd and cyst ami j I

,.IJ// I Tat eoT"':rral! fish. "The catch of salmon left ih*' bm..iTen mintito Liter his ; Thompson Olsen dManresa : 0'3. j
mtb I Foley's Honey and \
tLis! year was p.n immense on<>, said mother came in.
1 I
hrd1ildrcn.Sllfe.sure.'oopatrlo, Mr. hitters, "and this would indicate "\\:here's Tommy:" she asked. Street Telethojc JJ7.
--- ,
-- -- that salmon are plentiful. lint we wantto "lor: :<'." I -""' =-:

I know all: about the li I ESTABLISHED 1863. !
of the Alaskan "It troubled! him much but l.e
.. way; keeping waters very 'I I
,.... ......... -. ,, .. .-_ '-_ .;. !
.' ...-......'"."'-'. .. .FfL : -r ;:.t''' -- '! -- '!' !!'. -: I thoroughly stocked. (oJllh'tI I. Why didn't: you take

f.- U I :Mr*. Itn..rtrrt I.ikri (irr-n. jour kiss l I" fore you went out?" McKENZIE OERTING & CO. t

: I Green appears to l>e Mrs! Kooscvelt's "1 eMH-etcd to be back before he left. .
Sit j |) tIn 111'111' color for the 1 long npjK hall I'm vry uiiu-li lio.aIIINlintl'l"Thl' :

{; I If in tlic ','( 'l'rlh'll'hitt' Iloiii-e is donein mother said no more. The KK I ,

= '-Fon--. this shade: and several of the newly her Uiy ;pave: her on Monday niorniii Ship Chandlery and General Bardu are, I. :

f 1 I (I:) arranged! apartments in the east end when he departed usually kept her uii I s
of the house are decorated in colorsof till Saturday t--enit)2.: wh"'n h' re ;

: TWENTY CENTS. 'm'f fu. !brown and green The din-orations! of I turner Molly endeavored to tell her AO-ETtfcrsr J 1

f.' (..... i the family dining! ru.m will I l-e red that 1'011111hll left the !kiss with REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A. ROEHLI G'9 BOSS CO/a i

which is the eolor used in it for manyllO'al' {IllI'r. but she was unable} to serew up\ GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUeJHEL & BON'S PUMPB.CisiJj i
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.will AVlrit le u>was'\11 fry once President the <':ItortseIt Ilthlt.trfIl I. she opt'iicd couraw her to ml ilo MO.lips to Several speak: slant times ;:rdICI ftiiU! Bits, 5slal! I IcztrEsiiais! Siirls, hCbCI! IkiinCOMPASSES. I'' i

'at .'ut: tuve-vd in the DAILY NEWS One Cent a I \" as his private study! and it has it, but her fare grew so h'rt and her LOG] KTU t a

; '. nun f'fii bruu-. wonderful reult There i is no been ,decorated' soft shades of brown.In tunAU'! so reliellioiis that she gave it McKenzie Oertin; Collecting Agent for Ra Pilots' P.cnevolent Aaso j ;

: .).riiiediuui in the tate: for realizing a want it will be the desk presented by up. Monday iwisvd. and she hail not elation. .. I I t'I.'lI! Victoria and made from the piven up her eommissi-in. Monday

V -' c"liunn. oaken tiniU'rs taken from her majesty's niht: when she w lit to lied blip liruilyiP.Mlro H 1
I steals Ui'Solute. which was the ship
t < J; : VB YOU A WANT ?. O:: I used in the search for Sir John Frank: mi.nTin, but the next inuniin.' the 'I
o-01? -oIFensacola r
lin's expedition which was shipwreckedin mother was very tno.fy: and Molly
----- didn't like to interrupt) her. So Til''s J
---. -i IM'i.; The Ul'.ulut:1:0 abandoned!
I Florida
In the Ice and was picked up in lS-l.f'IIOItttllPth day went by, and Molly had nut ailed ; j j

A : '0 \\' t d.I. '. Notoriety Wanted.Opiniiui \ Ilrlil I ntll Ih..m1..r. in the matter. On \VttlieMla.hlie. arjrinil --- -- _.- ----- k! I

I. 8 ;!,'r.; ";71st. d. Wan l'd. 1'resident Ioose\et! and his ezibiuttcflicers I that half the week havini: ; :; Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. : j ;

: C'I": ',,. Partner Wanted. hate agreed/ to make a>> few i-LipMtl. the mother would only han __ f :
J. D, I r \\" t .!. Quilters Wanted. npiMiintments us possible until the session thit-e' d.iy to wait fur a kiss .!in..t.'h,11 Beautiful Lots for Sale. i
t iuently \\ Tommy arrixed en
.. E. '. r Ialell.Il'ft: Rooms Wanted FServants of congress, when a great 1ltcot\ oI1

r :";-.. '-.': !. Wanted. i nomination will bo sent in. This is beeauw aturIIiilIt the: kiss hind not lieen '
I delirernL 'fcJiIlt't his mother a 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 accord : I II
of the cust and to '
G. .' r WU1tl.d. Teams Wanted.Unii'iimen annoyance i I KOIX! sn.aek, and without mentioningthe I ing to location and surroundings. I !
aimi]'| 'ittrs of'ln:;; two l>onds. one following
H 1V'ulb'd.i' Wanted.Vehicles kiss he had left for her he sat i '
an apixiintment( and the other I
; I I' 'r W'p'tAd Wanted. ti down to F\ll'l"r. At t) o'cloek his niothir Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View I : !
following::; the IIlIIuln:!tiOl. To avoid! ,
J e \1.antpG. Wives went to bed and left him[ and Molly i
the dniible 1 Nmd I"sft.-s otliceholdcrssire j High, Dry Fertile Lands. (
: K .: t \ aut0I. Xpl'rif'lIce'antNI.. .". : helm:; allnweil to hold: ou indr oldeernmb sitting by the table. Tommy was read i I 1

(1-1 L 1V ult0d. You're wanted: t II have (I) ,lions without being reappoint-+ lug: Molly i was sewing. Molly's headI t
The investment
!:} a I was: 1111 low over her work the unuelixered grandest opportunity ever I'
f\: 11Vtuted I enough; to place a o the case wilh'acal1.- I.. .
'i kiss being! heavy on her mind cffered in Pensacola. 1
'::1 L '1 fies. the (president preferring not to put I' 1 __ i .
or. rather on her lipt I
'| | t<> the trouble vf making; a t!
Llj'J "Molly," said Tommy laying down :i Borne Seeker.'S lll See These Lots
; (
"'!II now and of going::; through the I t

ii! J! ,t Tfl (1 rS'ECIaL RiTES BY TH Iii >ante thing ii; less than two fluent bs. !I his book I
j f CilUhlulS. : 1 II ""What! Tommy?" replied Molly, colorinj -
lii TI iU i ill l .
I = I IIHO WEEK OR MONTH. ..-, I "i-rrrlnrj C rtelyoii rtrloti' purchasi- i
r t fil I I j "i id you give mother the kiss's" p

1 : .r":.q.. .":':' ...'.:"'' .' .. ,' ., ,T...A1...,=,=,.... from I Italtinmre a U-autiful team of "Xo." !
E.i.S., ...... : .== 7.T"'or"" J; =PU'I. -..-. __ I '.-al 1 brow driving: horses: for his own i Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. '
I "Wh! > didn't you? 1 .
I I,1\SI'. They were purcLascd by 11.1 "I-I couldn't." i
I MIIM-;. \\hi Imuglit:: President\ Ui>isoVLI'S K.O. BRENT: WM. II KNOWLI;S. W. K. H ';'( JK., J. H, KKKHEPresident 1 :i
I "Do you mean you have kept what
11"'j'U I.LNI) L'\-llt GO' ) U!
I 'P' .. .. '_ _..___.____ ___, .. .. _. .. I team of I hays Mr. Moses was engaged ilo>>at belong to you all the we,-kV" Vice President r's'hier, Aik tOT Cashier it t
for a long: time in securing; asuitahl3 I
I ::MI real esDrm.ill I-KS. 8VKAH KEK).K-M: : nnractar matched "What could 1 do with it':"
on improved >air for Mr. Cortel-
1 HIU.IUUISHI }('''' a and dealer In Ualr Uoi.dn, Hats. J'oih-t i I "There is but one thiiijj you can do
'.ill oil troll t;. Brook Attlclra, Hair Oil. etc., Kn W Ut"rntlll'ntItr"d. jou. At Huron. Mieh.. he found a pair ." First N auolla.I Bank
110I \
!MM .N ,4',. *. I'ulitfoi Hi., listieritmlni trial.The whioh was, just team beginning was;: there Its shown showing for i I "What's that?" !

"W\'i' it back to me. 1 !
\\'J\"ti'l'BI:: ). the first time and Mr. Moses determined : I

'P\Y-I..OQ nerd money ----- .' I that the pair was a :great one I "That" wouldn't I* ri llt. ? PENSACOLA. TLA. 1 1
1) think it would !i'e right toj
i 6.'i vow Hiiy aiuiunt "nualit < you t :
:and was: capable! of winning! anywhere
-t t-rnu and lowest rutrt I I
\ ; TI'lI-AlI Hindi ot bperbottl. !j kwyitVI
real \ empty :he 1 DZ :t-CTO {tt1tWM ,
nhl 1 uatrnprevedcity so bo'ight ft iniekly. :
I V .. ; up
A >
8. OOTVtt
.. ib..r., Juoulh, Pala1n I i There was a long silence at the end\ ;
:u. -t! I Ca\ns to IMilInilplpliln. I. of xvliieh Molly said: "Wait till:! to- H. KNOW LES W A. BLOUNT F. C. BRFNT! N K. flyEB, n. \ I

\\. .\ S1"JI-flri"llI ; W" pay u.'k. ar I President: !noowevelt has arranged to I morrow. I'll stif 1 raft ji\e it to i D. G. BRE T. t .1' 1rml
11 ciil'ntdeathandolda.rtwnrtit'toprt ; attend! the hnnqu-t cf the Union "
\ \M: 'r<> IIOl tow MONEY 'InNal J ,eoutraet AMI'.KK'AN, H\- her after church.
1 I. ty 1'1':1: ::> \'S.bID'lon.I'.I'; i'.ioM01.KU \\ 1.1"::11" .-InIn\ Philadelphia! : nn founder /
:s :iaoare your propel pro- "It would hate only tacit of use to
I. :: Iy..t t.ilr\ ,envd"criptlouhace buy or srll rent es- I { .ilny.: :Xo22.. The detniis; of the !her iH'fore my return." & Q Dt1! zn; i 3igt\\ ni !1i TC"Wa Ta T- i. :

,'' ynutM1Y. attend.'(l to. I trip !re to ho nwd. but severnloTir lIbln(1 "Then if it's worthless [it dueMi't need
: B.-\In Elt iI.I.K.JK.. New nr- "
: Tnor. e. Walson t Co. ,-
<''% ;probably! nil
I insurance agents, ,'"e1 ,,,.- -, l.u wanis nit u in IrHrn b.irliiT vomp.inr to Iw rettiniwl.' I.
;, CAUL SCIIOI'IELD.aehbaii'utok ,
trKJI'1..11,1) prai' iii.truciiontnolo III'O> "
\ '(is mod'o.rRlIl.will Torvoryonim lend moneyrid prtM-ii'rii. "' Htfs MlunUvbuanl "It Isn't worthless. ; draw oar own Bills ot Exchange or. Great Britain, Ireland I
a aw "
i a honsf. 7d-tr proviiifil HeHUtitull_ tllutrntrdcaualogurand (',.s "r'-. "Uut you just ssiiil it \va>. Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland: Hpata. Belgium Raubia, Nci
i.irlH'lar 1I11"1'l1lrl'
| I did: not deliver
"To nujthcr. Since
'- you
-- Jn':1,11 ordinary c-irc tin corers way, Sweden, Denmark and ether European countrice''Vessels : I
., it I must have it back.
J.t ) .t'. I of *rlK-..1!!.ttiks I 1" -\f":1': grimy and
silence, at the end of whichMolly the Most Favorable .. j"
Another Disbursed Terms
\\" AM: Kli-.\ uoiirt man lu ju to South l" I ( upon snd theta I
worse 1:1: im tiiuf. wtiilf! the > trui-tife 1
I dug, 'II.I.lIt it Atrl H to run. iw tn-ucU and who is said: Obligations Taken Payable at Port or negiiratloc Ten cr Fifteen Dar
I I h-rnl'l' I 81.1" to "", nfter a nuiuldrr and to takeof inky or careless girl l.'Owplttl's! the oi> I 1
i. iiab..lf the bred nut! "Let's ask your mother what t" do after Vessel Arrives there' j
t are his klll\.IIII.1 :iw- Apply tal'.W.
to "'dlll'Y emt1m with extra lis'tiiteli. TaUtfoi'.rloth
wrd | returu
I H ales (flail, I'hit stn Building u511t'ANrEOto I with it." I
';,o'. l\lnlw or enamel cloth as it Is sometimes The urn evening before the motherW1nt Safety Depooit Boxes for Rent in Connection if.; I

uentlenit-n to join tbet''I1lI'ol. t-allM. mjiki's an exec dent eorcr.ny upstairs to bed Tommy wml with which we have a Prira p&rtment for the Use i .: 'I..
,t" : :; and ""'se ti'lI'hnnl. 11 .. Pi-fiij'; 'lub, v 1':' South | ; "Mother! when 1 went a\xay last ,.4 RAntn!'_. I II
,'"I II fill ( lothrsi ckniinl and preoot-d. FI'I'I!! : or cloth in that It I is easilycliinv \ .
- calla bur and Uriivert-a lor $1 per m"ntli.l'OIt I.I Monday 1 Kit a kiss with Moll! } f< iyou. '. :
I II v '; F \ -i'IItHIL111 l>eKiot I-aim : Wriitit trert, tvt. I variety of co\ers, and many pretty : '
-t.-t I"cll\f. III'-It:, elt'eets are to toe found in enamel cloth.Wanted we !ohll'lollike to have" you tell tiS what I WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! .
s PALL. she shall do with: it.

II: s.\ 1.1.; Oit HJ-\: 1.I ---- -- The mother Faked from: one to tbe .. Wnle1Mayf'.t.,., 'If tJtT'..
to Jlnkc ft Hoy Iltlppy.Cobbic a 'aIL tcx RrAI III ..tTTER.'I ,
IHHl..US: can be bad :n one of the I other. She was :greatly:: pleased for I aM1Mr,Itu.t 1...+;1I\: .. Id I J'i ;
dIJn't must ; .
\ Ma.
you Far a u
w.Ir :
I F U i; "'' c..r.nuittCe 1. liuttt residence and moat deauahlr1ctiona I she wished! l loth when they L.'I"I'oll(>rit. ouro........ W '" ' .: '; ,: ; ..' ,
of :Sortli'llht Hill eul-ject to guaranteed ahtry to make! people happy? .. I
'ru i-lty. cn..nlI. lion car '''' I "'r '" a' ...
.,- ,. !Iraoeitt lair revenue tor threw >ears. j -> be her children.: "I will take the! or I...". ',f I'. '.' t .
Vr Hft-irs'
property on )Iothl'r-Y *, ehiULRobbie .
I lay ... '
...' i re plenty of fl-li are I \.ilubD flan of huu-e. can be seen at my office.I1UVW A. -Wfll. I !know n little icy Ieould klsshe said to herself "and keep i it ...'".'..-e.t... ",P' \C".; "': .1'-1..I. 1" .. ... ,. .,'

"ler inrticular. .pvnv. atI'cet. till it is time to bring;; them tocether. t ',]a..._ I'atM.rP 111'. t... I. .....I 'a.... ';'atr t t 1
t .ilolmi make very happy If I had a pen- + Paarlm l+ I"I"t' : + 'r' i a
Then I will ;give it back to Molly, and Iboapltl w".I..nlvlt. : ,. "'II <
._ .. .
with.Mnth.TWho ..
( 'OK sALE-Tte most aesirable lot In ny to buy candy wet ;' a .0.1.1. utan.1 I
she can restore it to Tommy. r9' '... A "
tb. IM rt tiHiiii
f' tbe city 01 easy terms by r'bber tilt a : tit 1 .
'o r U.'III. is the boy? r
.Pal Kstate: :SO*', South FaUfoittrtet. that would not t H 1ir>l t"i.f'ilm/ft i''i I-! if f I .
Agency. A year later !'eeinz::: .II II>T"1. VT t4'I'.r. NPa. ,
---------- M'"" '
1'slmj Bobble-11> me. I .. ,,, '
l.n rTT TF -aot I. K 'Ii. f f
be Iwst to wait longer, the mother gave: "O! 'n n 'e' '-r I I. s ;
t .t'!'llorri-nt: Of dADrE"'. ptc j 1..__ _____ i .i i) tr' 4J <" Mill. !. '\. I.t11r1... ..-.. N.i, ..' r' ,. .' 1
A ills ilumt-r. Tbo-i. John- I the kKs to Molly and told her to give::: f r* I.1.! .",. e.. ,; !
\1..1"' -e r /
\ 2'alntt Hoarlln110111./ I I It to Tommy. Molly blushmgly::: con t. '. :t t'1\ 'f rIT frrrrtlW 'f' Y'I. tRt
.. ,
.. W lfaf1
M. tr i \ '
-- --- + '
I -- ---- i sented. During the year she had received ..., ,. rt .ii I ,, mlt w : .' ( ) : ;
t ip 11"autcI II i )O\UUISiJ HOUSE wheeler Spring'. 743 additional I in"t.. U}'" 'u.uxw. n t. i_1. tt i<'r\.I"" i .." : '
'.............- -- - I ) :Mary Kst&er. 1-11\ Mr' London pro- I by actual count .' Mrt AO.\E, liiRMIXj'ttcy W, I- i .' 11",,'! d "

\\ 4 \ about II tearoof- ajo-as I prtrtresi. All the romlorK of home at Hiij signature is on every box of the gnatneLaxative kisses, all of which needed l* I ho re" SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. LOUIS MO. f
wry na'ncable rstes. Northern! tourUt 'I turned. f. A. MITCIICL.Try ; .
\ t 'd r..learn the plumbing Bronio . .
will Jlna tins an ideal plate to spend a por- =QuinineTabiet -- .... ',
A Co. 5 south faiafux St ,1 t. >iufib > teason. li'nlm: the remedy tit cares t"Oll1l11 one dj. I THE NEWS Want column. I )f.'s. '..Jo.- # it-. : '.,"; : ,, ""\'If: _<'.l; :::.L .

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water at him and then tried to brain FtET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

1 CARRIER BOYS Solid South. him with a club and saucepan. --

Mayor Jones fined Collins $25 and

would have bound him over to the I .The Fall Festival.
ID the, Soutti wbt-re reside the best county authorities if it were possiblefor I .
HADJUAY nlOllol'-kt'I'I.'r. OB earth the sale of "GOOD the prosec-utors to remain here |
P i I Will soon be over ando will our SPECIAL SHOE SALK.:
,i: Ll'CK' exceeds that of all other Baking Powj long enough. I
II I After court several Irish firemen i: HAVE TO HURRY if you want to reap the bent fi- "
j i Jcol'tUIouI.. This wouM not be unless itI
I went to the police station and said'
Faithful of Enjoyed
Employes City Papers made: better bread than other brands
"throw the bloody I < C Festival of
I I they intended to fc Bargains. tc <<:
Generosity of Carnival Management Chinamen overboard." j

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Last Night, Having a High Old Time. I RI'hmond'irltioi. I

-- --- ---- SCHOONER IN
I j $3,50 Ladies' Patent Leather Kid Shoes. $3,00
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t Carrier boys from all the city pa- to themselves. They are today telling I, WITH FRUIT ': $2.50 Ladies' Lace and Button Shoes. $ti 00

paN were guests: of the carnival .: everybody of the excellence of l
i nEWS NOTES1 $1.75 Ladies' Button, Extension Sole ..... ...... ... . . $140
minagement last evening;, and until the shows and tonight will all re- .

s h 11 :::31) o'clock had the time of their turn and bring others with them, I L- The schooner Royalist, Captain ';:;, $2.50 Ladies' 4-strap, Patent Leather Sandals..... .. S2 00
1 ; __ <>. Vandsand, arrived today with 9,000 j
liij lives on the show grounds. Everything this time, however, paying for all I II
bunches of bananas and 600) plantains I I| $3.00 Men's Vici Kid Bluchers, Goodyear Welt .. . $2 50
was' placed at their disposal, they patronize. Capt. J. Ed. O'Brien is in Jack- consigned to Pryor & Sons.

a { C and everything was: taken: in. The. -- sonville. The Usel is nine days from Ilua- ;, $3.00 Men's Box Calf, Kid Lined Goodyear Welt... . $2.50

f Sr little fellows were appreciative of i itr.e iI Mrs. W. G. McWhorter of Miltonis tan, and had pleasant weather all

1 recognition accorded them and I IA I BIO CROWD visiting friends here. the way over. II $2.50 Ien'slllxCaltClpToeI..ace.. .. ... ...... .. . $2.00

I .
t had things decidedly their own way. !I I THERE LAST NIGHT I Mr. and Mrs W. J. Williams, Jr., AN KASY! WAY I $2.50 Men's Vici Kid, Plain! & Cap Toes, Lace: Cong., BtI:: S ? JO

1 r nder the guidance of the circulation ---- of Milton, are Festival visitors to-
I I II To Keep Well. I j These Prices Good
1L are During theMEYER
of each the
manager p per A big crowd was on the grounds day.Mr.
I It is easy to keep well if we would j
boy went to the show gr-vuuds in a last i D. Williams, who spent yesterday
1 night, notwithstanding the cool observe each few Week of Fall Festival.
only day a simple
in the returned Milton
I city to
?. y -1 kT body in some IiI tauces almost on a weather. :Some out-of-town people rules of health. !

'r run. Carriers from THK DAILY i I were there and enjoyed themselves'I this morning; The all important thing is to keep !

I Miss Maude Menko, of Atlanta: the stomach right and to do this it is
NKVVS were under the special supervtii -
immensely Some of them who had I
I '! Ja., is visiting her relatives, Mr. not necessary to diet or to follow a I SHOE CO.
; >!i of Mr. A. Payne and each of [ refrained from reading I'ausacola :
and Mrs. Julius Menko at 35 East
rule '
set or bill of fare. Such pampering -
J thtui carried papers of yesterday's fi paper lately expected to catch a ;!I Chase street. I simply( makes a capricious i ii
Feet FuniMiers! for Cash
z i-f-ii", which they dii not forget to l view of Governor Jennings and stall, j; Mrs. Max Kdelstein and son, of I i appetite and a feeling that certain !i

+ adv -rti-ie i at the top of their voice. but this disappointment did not act New Orleans, are here viiting Mr. 'favorite articles of food musk be | 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

s a Tlif-f boys congregated at THE to prevent a pleasant evellin !i.and ;Mrs, Nathan Weiland, 11 North avoided. !

i Spring street. Prof. Wiechold gives pretty; good -
Nu'\i; ollice at 7:30 o'clock, where Everything passed oil splendidly, I -
.I advice on this subject ; he says : "I
thy were adorned with silken with a copious admixture of pleasure J. A. McCall and William McCall, W years old and have never had a ... ...............o..e..e.u.

; E 3 i b.tdgun which the name of hePlllt'f and mirth. The "Country of Freeport and DeFuniak, are at serious illness, and at the same time -- 'u u i.. .. -
the Merchants today. They are here i (, 'f
? i : in bold letters war printed. In Store," House Upside Down, Animal j for the Festival. my life has been largely an indoor j I J I J /

aria b Y addition to this, the boys were given Show! Glass: Blowers, lied Dome, i one, but I early discovered that the i i J HOUSEHOLD
I The sale of seats for The Little way to keep a healthy stomach, not | < to \
Chiueso lantern and
lighted were Dog, Pony and Monkey Show, Dancing -
I Folks Minstrel Co's bran crackers
matinee opened by eating or dieting I <. :
r 1i',' marched north on l'.tIJf,):( street to II l Girls, Wild Rose Venetian Gondolas j
7 js et i today at noon with a rush. Get of any sort; on the contrary I always J, j

4 Garden, thence west to the Festival. and riding camels, elephants yours and avoid the rush at the door. eat what my appetite craves, but '

i Along the march the boys cont llulI-1 I and donkeys were features of the The Fall Festival association i daily for the past eight years I have i I ei9et9 NECESSITIES 'I!

t ly let people know who they were evening The Crystal Maze came entertaining the Little Folds' Minstrel -I I made it a practice to take one or two I|i |
I I of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after ; ) .
i t! ; and what they re", re tuted. The : j in for the lion's share of patronageand company this afternoon. They ]. .
I each meal and I attribute my robust I i AT
will all -
attend properly labeled and : \
j nr;+.rchwaacontinual ovation, and from t :
t place emanated great a glorious time is anticipated. health for a man of my age to the :iI j I .
; ; : tin* was Kept up after the party had :.1 |hunks of amusemeut.CHILDREN I regular daily use of !Stuart's Tablets. : ) .

( ::-.twithin the enclosure. Then.[I I Prof. S. M. Tracy, of Washington, I My physician first advised me to \ THE BIG STORE ia i

J : ; a .: .unber of badges were begged I; | ADMITTED I is at the Escambia. Prof. Tracy is ,, i use them because he said they were j, !. .
1t I i< I just: from Lake City and othor Flor-1 j perfectly harmless and were not a '. .
y ire: t the manager of this paper's ,i I -- -- --- --------- .
f'ida cities, where he has been investigating ''
FREE TOMORROWThe secret t patent medicine, but contained '. J :
4 <- trcul.ition, and the familiar pieces : the cultivation of the cassava only the natural |
fit'f ribbon, with the name of Pensa- I management has decided to- ,, plant. He will pursue these investigations 1, peptones and diata e, and after us- I i (0 .
ill's oldest paper inscribed therej,j, ,morrow afternoon to admit : in Escambia county for t ing them for a few weeka I have ,Inever I ; : 1(1( I COTTON 15LANKETS .. . .. .. .. .... . :
I I every the
biological department.
Y I were in evidence everywhere. I!! (child in the city into the grounds advice.ceased to thank him for his 0 I hl- 1 COTTON GRAY BLANKETS: .. . ... .. .. . . j

!l 's f ,, Y j y :Mr. Smith, the promoter, was the !i I j :free of charge, provided the child iaccompanied i* Pen W.acola F, Fordham boy, who, jr.,ha a *well-known for some I I honestly believe the habit of tak- ', ':] ln-4 ALL-WOOL BLANKETS: . ... ... ... .. .. . . ? i

e ti s t ; first to receive a bad.{e, and to a rep i by an adult, who will l I years represented the Avery Salt Co. ing Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after : : 10-4 ALL-WOOL HOU8KHOLI: PJUDE. .... .. .. t

rescntative of THK Xt\vs said the' have in pay the regular admission of New Orleans, has severed his connection j meals is the real health habit, because ;0 : toO! ALL-11'OOL IfOI'HI:HOLD PRIDE. ... .. .. .. . . *, i

carrier boys wa* a great feature and' price. There are many: childreni I with that concern, and will j I their use brings health to the I B : CLEAR COTTON CO IFORTI.U.: :!i and > II

one or two nights would hereafter j I after January 1 be identified with!: sick and ailing and preserves;; health | j HATEKN COTTON DOW COMFORTS .". .. \
i i who could not take advantage of the to the well and i :;, : ?::! 73; t. $"

t% 1' r. !,.. .signed: to them wherever they I I.wi ;I..Tuesday offs to fee the shows free, the travel Lone for that Star prominent Salt:: Co. ;house and will in Men and women strong.past fifty years of v : FIBER FILLED COMFORTS . .. ...... .. Cc to <. :: t
t I .
He said .
P1. ? : : THE NKWS '
1 put up as it was only for school children, I Texas and Mexico. Will has a hostof I age need a safe digestive after mealsj -- .
1 { i"i excellent how and mt-iiuly did l and tomorrow, being the last day i relatives and friends in his oldi ,j to insure a perfect digestion and to ; READY-1'O-WEAR :
't : t 11 i ward oil disease ......-;:;:::: --...:::
; i-ifdit! to the paper.: Other gentle-j j they will be afforded an opportunity. i j home who will be glad to hear u f and the safest, best
kfi 1i ,I rl l Fri $', :zieu couutcted: with the show were l I i i his continued good fortune. I known and most widely used is Htuart's H; j ; $2.50; ; EMBROIDERED WAIT . ..... .. ,1.7-"j'

r 4, ]y i' l-ifil, in their praise* ot the faithful: 1' THE MULE FELL '!' !I! They Dyspepsia are found every well regulated ; i' !?: "'ILl'VAI 'T r;'. ... .. .. . .. .. .. . ",.: -, !,i3.01J I !

11 tt' -' nubile servants.i. I PISTlW household from Maine to California I j : ;; $4 :.VI SILK WAISTS .. .. . . ... .1 ,'. ;<

: i i..t. boys behaved -plcndidiy and >: OVERBOARD and in Great Britain und j i SH.UO) SILK WAISTS: ... .. .. .. . . .. .. . ?:?: ''hi t

it?: ley ; .,i/ed commendation on the; :j I :Australia are rapidly pushing;:: their I II .. '' V- V ..

A'. i. : "is and grounds, and did, credit --- BOILING WATER! I way All into druggists popular sl.'l1l"tuart's favor. i i i o'' Special Silk Skirts. Dress Goods and Silks. I

A big mule, used in hauling!; bal : Dy ppp'l
i-1- I : sin Tablets, full sized pkgs. at fifty''II : ; No. Trimmed Taffetas good A visit to thi* IH>;trtn.. */
AKTKK: )LtIILl/i; last baskets, caused deal of I
a -- j I a great cents, and for a weak stomach a fifty 0)) style . .. . ..... ..S'.75! will pay you. \\tare ,, e
ys 1 Ollt'II'I" IV 1'1'! .'''''C'I" St-nu' IVojikv Ii i excitement on 15aylen street wharf WERE WEAPONS FIGURING IN A cent package will often do fifty dot ... 1) No. 2-STYLISH SKIRT well cweepinz and :Waist reductions Cloth; on?-r'i.Ling .:

1 D, I noverdrunk" cnIT.'!' until after I[ this: morning by taking plunge FIGHT ON A STEAMER lars worth of good. I) made ... .. .. . .. .. .!Ss.9S line of Skirting at ...1, y n.l t Ii

0 wi- nrinied. savci- Idfro. overboard.' The animal iloundered ; : ; Hkirts fine See our line of Wai-in: :
140t ( 1' I .. l.n-b.1I111 drank ci.lfee! and I iu the water for quite a time and YESTERDAY. ... '. goods, to close 1 .. .. .. ..ffi.Ta yjc yard. 1
.+ ,' i'tt' nice T.r f'ta ""IJr i w vrll f -I; .
:: it was to driiik with! )
1 I
was re.-cued oats 5U.Sateen Underskirts, fine ma-
er finally by ship's ] .
tk --
.1.1.: and \\e enjoyed it together. fr u3 and every; yrd :11.
.e! '. Vf'-T while I found that my die... It was the property of W. L Bell ; JOHN S. BEARD, I! terial and stylish, I iSc) $1Ji1! I tfpd.o'pe that y-.u ,",' I :
,+ ie 'i + were much disturbed l, i i Hot water, a pistol, sJucepIIUJi : I. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. e ; and n b'J. I labeled goods. ;
w t !but I.t: kuowitU' thr call-e. 1 !j and clubs figured in a lively scrim I .J' .
y t, 4 't: drinkingcfllee aiiJ growing m?C DEMURRER Ol1lcP-ao; )!) Thiesen Building. ', Si
1. l .T r t wretched!. each: day. mage on board the British steamer i Olliee Hours-StfO; a. tr,. to 1 p. in., *
4.I k I li: diij; time tnr'tot' little girls camwii.u .' Vermont yesterday, the aftermath I 2k> p. m. to 6:30: p. m. II i ii
&(t: : L Il '? :, ouu'lit to have been a 1-aj-py i I Practice in all suite and fedfral court, JUilliam oljn0on' vV Son. \
of which was heard in the city court | All business tMilrUDlvil i '
v : J1.1 q '." >>:!' but I was nervous and un- OVERRULEd I I!, prompt and diligent iitti' in- will rive 0
: t fi'y>[ \ myself and could not make j juiy.ii.f this morning when the entire cre wIeTk\, -_; !
elh tpj'v; ; t'> my treat ton I '- .
mess -tn., ition two of my little ;girls had I of twelve Chinamen were spectators: :.. ..4)e4>-.*.*.*e4>.4>*.*eo0.e..4>..*-4>:.4>.> -<>..o4 9.e4>..i
*, I
j -j-i-in., and :a nervous wreck, ; :Swayne: this morning; ani i. two of whom attempted to tell th ; : \Vatop? u & C
4iYd ? ( .utid: it impo-i-iMp to eat anything -
i lIounctd that the demurrer in the how it all
; ti! did hurt mayor happened. |
s ,#'l : f not my ;toni NV Alt !STOUKS MAKKin. I
t I finally concluded I had heart STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ.
[ O'Neal contempt case was overruled I, Boatswain Collins had a disagree INSURANCE
tli-" -'-. heart Mined News
M niy meuiuoii >.I Keported Daily for The h1
i' and he allowed until tomorrow for ment on the"oyage to Pensaeolai. TlIOS. Co.I.II .
h; A :after eating; and my head was: Union Naval Store Co. ; : C.'i
.' s<> li/zy, 1 oft..n'thllllht I would I defendant's to file additional !i. t with the Chinese steward, who AND BOSIS.
A 1-s f.ttl \\ iieu walk thf"'UI1 attorneys ; gaveil I II will make regular tit j, i
i tt {'t ; trpurto across tt | bill! *. It will probably be fluislied I,! his name as Jimmy Jack. Collins REAL ESTATE WW _.......... .. .14 13 H .. .. .. ... .nw Pensacola, Point Wa-l.u.." i
I tried modiciti. I i u/O._......... .. .. S 75 0.... ...... .. ... I :,-1 l [ Freeport. Leave IJayl- -
: heard f
every :5 <> l tomorrow. renewed the trouble yesterday, going j jI No. : ... ._ wharf
t Stud had doctors treat uie, I South Patafox Street. l S_ n' 85" K. .I11. Thursday at +> n. 11. i :
], ---- ..... ... ... .. .. ..... .. ] rive at fi .
+ '4 I1J' Gut with no benelit. I could nut I into the ship's galley: and chasing ,, M 5th: En. I 42' Freeport at p. in. -1.
;l'-.'p half the: night, and never slept BOUGHT A i: Jack from his Partial List of Desirable Dwellings I II i iI K .. .._.._..... :S i! :>:, ..... _..... I .11'-r Leave Freeport Tu--d'iv: '
3t n'ia! 1-1 would wake out of a frightful I i Jimmy post. JackI j I for Rent in Various Parts L-....m... ....._ S t>5 C A below... 1 t7S! and arrive at Penacola/ t; !< : .
3 dream only to doze and wake darted away, entered his cabin and ; Si urn Jap&5TJ1U51; ';,. day. Fare, round trip, ?.". ; < V *
,. i of the City: i1I5.I.'ule j "- -- $t '_
rra at" I
+ ? armed himself with a big pistol,
Finally! I read of Potum 3-story dwelling specially BAZAAR.

141, sr !"" and my hu-band got: a pack- threatening to do bad things to "the| i j adapted; :Si! rooms for boarding. known a hour, 'Ponce purposes de-, Try one of our celebr"1' I
.' :(r fr< m ourgrocer : 1 made-s-omei, bad Ielican man." This I'\, Leon H oust," at No. llu 1-:. Inten11 A Bazaar: will be given for the
I u ( display c I II. $ S. Felt ,Matin-
Saunders & dencia
ace: irding to directions. I liked its ; Co. received word this etrerL1J4' benefit of Christ church building
+ II t.vo very; much and the first cup '' danger awed Collins and he beat a.' '<>-l.argeX-story: dwellinc. containing They never pack or $r<> "
mcrninri that the new schooner rooms witn all modern cotiYeiilences.sltuateon fund at :\0.41) South Palafox street
int'd to help mv toniach. I !( North Kayit-n !'>t.,
t t t i. u-e'l It e"efmeal, sometimes tnik-; Clara Littlefield had been purchase, ]' hasty retreat over the gangway. I Irtta'een Htrong and HeSototrurt-. during Festival week. lumpy. Better than a It o- t'

lug; i whole! "meal on Potum and a '. the deal being closed today. Di-I! ;:i Yesterday afternoon Jack and a 'I 11.5' Wi-L'-story celonn. wltb.ihngatNo.h 9 roams n"ar"forthBar belt IInYwater '' Anyone desiring to contribute to mattress! at half the [>'! '.'.

bit -u bread. following of long-queued Celestials I and eat throughout. < this deserving aiTair will please noti- Marston & Quina.
M } i improved so fa-t that I could mensions the sesselare.: : Length, |, iJl.OO 1-,tory dwpluni on belt IInl'. So. 411
t ,
t ;a <,''n eat anything I wanted. 1 beaa wanted to come and attend the big \Vt tGregorybetweenkeusand lie fy Mrs.Walker Ingraham. lOulw
; tonnage: 63 net, 00 I lllllersrroouabathcnysaterandgas. !
Vila gross ; ; I i
: .
gin to look */> much better to FOR
t : k fri.-nds were surpri-ed and said I with. 20.5; depth 9 feet. She is a : show. Collins was "laying" for | IJU.AI-1-story d g\o.Vr-West Wright NOTICE.There ,

.?'r 10'lk, d as well a, when I was fir"tm:1CI'I ;;,i new vessel and will be brought here .1 Jack, and as soon as that detestable { containing gas. with large 7 rooms lot on city prominent water corner ana- will be a Bpefcial Seed Rye and Chicken Wb-t: '
: d. I could deep as sweetly : I In residence district.
14 as a nd.! Of coarse the l"hildrenquit ,, immediately. Chinaman descended the ladder the I ';;.5i-l'. story da.ellingwith Brooms at So.I meeting of Mt. Iloe" on the Mellen-Crosby Compai: .-
elites, and drank Pt -turn -- -- i "bad 'Melican j I I:} West Komana street Try con- reb R. A. Chapter Fri
and min" almost the
"ate himU1 Alcaniz .
street waretiou--
; venient to business of !
II portion city. I I t 1ust.at7:30
they! all btu to fatten and the !REGULAR PILOTS | dayevening.2l
," lory dwelling at No. 8U3 West; Phone 334. '. ..
as one witness said today. o'clock.By ;r'You :
spasms stopped. .1 tiregory street w ith 1\ rooms on belt :,
V I wish I could it I line.ia good location. order of H. P.W. .
: impress on every Jack was beaten so badly I; that when
; Ap.St-I
; -
sory dwelling corner Chase and E. ANiERSOSSecretary., .
a weaknervous person to abandon coffee DO GOOD BUSINESSn | 1 Barcelona streets,a room*. can get your hOlt \e
taken to his cabin he had hemorrhages
e andu-el'ostumCereal.: If every 1118 &>-l-story dwelling,' East Wright
,! furnished complete at ,..ilurstojuina'soneasy -
strest,5roomsctty water and
nervous person have and gas.
seen finally lapsed into
uncon- -Newl-Biory dwelling, No. 418 West Hot Chocolate with
i me in my uerveus affliction fro "I Chase street, 5 rooms, city water and i' payments
'ft. '*, drinking cotlee, and could now see : The regular pilots dii a good business i scionsness. Capt. Flawse said the' j': gas. j< Whipped Cream at Solomon's. -
's t t 115,15-1 story No.:t GregoI I weekly or monthly.
dwelling 0 East
and !
i me my oue around the this morning, there having[ | assault was a brutal and savage o IIeryatrret,6rooms i, on belt line. -- -

t surely table copying would never our indulge Postuui in, coffeeajain they I been three vessels brought over the and Jack was covered with bruises. J15.00-l-stoiy vantes street.near dwelling, >o.tit.7W Katherine's East Ceri i I will repair your watchei and W. will launder your spreads f"'

for there is no more nervous bar by members of the old as, ;=ociaojtlon. He aid further that Collins bad Chapel lot. ) d rooms outhouses ith and large jewelry In flret-elase style. J. I I 15 cents each and make them II, '*
cornering on avenue.
prostration no more headaches a : had it that t dtephena.\ like uw. Htar La'JDdry.
; ; A rumor today A large ll>t of smaller dwellings, as well)
KA' more spasms, and I am able to do there would be tj j practically deserted the ship. as anumberofstoresandofficestuitrtE. r.
probably an adjust- I I
? 127 own work and care for my children. The finest line of umbrella* i III :
Collins said the
i reason why be beat THOS. C. WATSON 4 CO.
i of ditlerences between the Gunther's Candies
i e' ment twoi Try atSolomon'
c; : r Name given by Postum; Co.. Leading Real Estate Ht-olaland Insurance city is at J. I. SteytifcLa. Goi .lt
Fr Jfsttle Creek, Mich. associations in a few days. I( Jack was because he threw boiling e { Ageutsl tloatl'alafox Street: < .. J i at them.R .
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