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 24, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Bleu Open Through Express Safe ; I Country Ruined by R.ecent'olennie : :


With Dynamite. \i iWE Special to The Daily News: -- I Outburst. ; i '

I. New Orleans, Nov. 22.-'A resoiu- Sheriff Fmith had a Uiir show yetsrday tl:
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, SECURED: 20,000. f mnlr.ignt. wnr cot exceed $3.0013 or ,'u' iiK.t-a.-e the ut the of "Spitfire" and ..tIcKlIlltt1 e' LOS CF Llrt REACHES 7.03S. ti.--. .-r: .:'. ::1:1: to maL! t1:1 'II ; '

$4fliin dollarii. On the other hand, it >.\ixutve luuucil iron uce to 11 and --- \i I i--*(1 l a numb: cf nthe; :. coffc
.d Only a Few Miles la stated at the l local railroad offices icwiied adv rs I ly by the committee ferocious lions of the kill-Mundy Fa.nine: Prevails and People Are Fleeing ; farii1.- watch ha! shared the same fata. oJ '

< ., la., and Was Ono here today that the lass mnst hav* on lar iu the lS/Qr! convention this i Carnival Com pan)'. -Governir.rnt Unable to Relieve Frightful; Scenes Along Highway. ..1 .

amounted to lu.OOn or $2 i On Record-Poss? train carried a lare;: quantity of moneyand i lIirnilhamla., .. bpoke Distress and .Suffering-Country on t :
" ;; strongly in scenes. Dead bodies of Indiana anl it
p ,t!,. jewelry for Omaha and IX'nv-. I' ta\or of enlarging the numbtr lor the the service of an attachment writ, Verge cf a Revolution. aninals who had been eufflocited bv : !

The safe was n screw ronibinatioa reason that the south and southvaot sworn out by fifteen nero laborers
1 '...Iyews! : with time Jock 'I' Special to The Daily News: the deadlj' lum 3 \vere visible everywhere I
of the
one bvst the
I was not repTtnl on the board anJ ne who alleged that the show and the st nch was awful t I.
L \, v Z2.: : -T J.in0.. company had, and it is thought it con. lidien'' it was entitled to it. John 1*. New Orl'ans.0\ 22.-The Pica .
through Indian villalt1 :
: ;.;. Itoc-k Island tained an unusually large: quantity of Re.s, of the mine workers. Ei>oKc in was indebted to them about $65.; rune this: tuornins priuto the follow where parsed 35i: had perished.oue All of tha:

si. Josei-li and Kaau.a raluables. C.lVOI of th1 did ChariesSherman Tbe show bond Hon. ing Utter: I
report! as gave engaged; bodies had their hands to their notriis ?- i
.\ LclJ up at 11"U: : Jesses of policemen and citizens of Chicago, of the metal Port Harrios Guatemala, :\0\. 1C./ :
B. C. Tunison as counsel and was showing plainly what causejd
... uult-a wett of this are scouring the country this morning. WOI'.TS. Thw: report of the committeewat Refugees who have arrived here this !
d(- The features were horribly distorted >- )
'.l Ins, \viio cut u!.' The highwaymen are believed to hare :, _opted TI.e report of the grievaiifc allowed to leave for New Orleans at week from wt-stera Gautemala report and the suffering of the unfortunates J I

..i-:,;dge cars, lortud taken the plunder to some island In ('IHnulittee. which was unfiui, hal 3:30 p. m. yesterday. a. terrible state of affairs as a result must have bten terrlbl@ Ths ,
miles th-- the Mississippi -whera they have buried of the eruption of the Santa Maria '
f up last night -
im was then taU'n ui>. It reluted --- damage to the country is /beyond re ;
t tit. through it and then crossed to the Illinois internal volcano. '
< 11 expresst to affairs *>f Iwal unioua ;
with shore and are-In hiding in the dense HEARD The for radius!! of 2'*
and escaped for the no t 4art Its sections wereapplm."ll FOOTSTEPS country a : over "Two new craters have been formei

I ." auuuct obtaine-i woods. aJmost: without 11 lJatl'. miles has be unknown. but The bandits bonrded the train at the? The elvxtioa of and eeryestige of life destrojeu. '
:: is officers was the special eruption at last account. Many year* I !
.. i .''Ui-iderabie, :1S thsa. : glucose works west of Davenport. They program; at 1" o'clock, and it wa" The loss of life is estimated at overT.uOO. will elapse before the land can be ri> !

o-a: heavy rc..s soon made their purpose known, and promptly takn up at that hour. Del- I the great majority o' the victims claimed and placed in cultivati >a ;

aftw capturing the engine crew detached t Mtes: ot the Machinists' unioL. b"!ing In-tians. Ten Indian villages : again I have given up my estat ., I

r o.\ to Robbers.UK! the engine and ran it to Rockicgham. nominated: I'ie.!idtirt Gompers 'jrr A report to the police station last each with a population of froii5o and will try my fortune in Nicarv !

where they looted the. sf .--eitioii.! Thtre were no other nominations to 5.i'u> inhabitants.: were wii\l I

I.. ,:'1 no definite: and made off. aud ui>on motion ofV.. D. night at 9 o'clock stated that a man o'it. the ru.le! huts being! buried IKn' "- gua. i I
.It 'l"I. obtaini!, --- ----- K> du, or tie mice woiktis. the seentaiy ;- was s>een on the root uf Hilliard's >ath tons of volcanic d; :>ns. Ail i

._ i/f ot Uaviuiid. of the coffee m t--! vol-! ITO i
:: 01 convention! was instrutte-1 plantations DOUBLE
together PUT IN NOTES carriage factory. Officersresponded
\ ; tu ('Iit tho unanimous vote ot the con.eit.on (':.r.:1': zone are ruined and their ownen -
.h-k.UV6'5, I hurriedly and found the who
party left tni51ess. The coffee iilanUtirrns -
: ; for Mr. Gom ers. This wa? ;> !

thl'I..1 TOOK OUT CASHSpecial :Juf. and he vas declared duly elet made the report. He paid he heard in this region were the mOiL: CAPACITY OF MILL !

'I'nits :. The applause: that greeted the an. footsteps on the roof and thought he >uaab.u: ; in Luc: cuuttry uLd their 4caUiiL'Uua t. ..
n t;> B'a- L< uncerrfct was fiattcriss in the :x. I' u a acvtit: ulow to tte ie- i
I- .n ; aw a man. The police and Mr. Special to The Dally News.I !
1\11.1 tn'iit aId it was long before :Mr. GJI.I- I public .I
to The Daily .
I ;IPIS I'uahl make himself heard whn I Milliard searched (the place, but f Trying; to Conceal Facts. I I Sp\ltalmfj-: :x t'0, \'. 22.: -XmocliLg ; i I

1 to leave :\. l'm', :22.: -GeoryM. :: ,
he thank The Lat bt-t-a making of the fttx-Stholders! lit thjBln
use to the nmute! Cofan vice ': l.-tt'nt of the Phoenix honor bt-btowed! upon him. lie 1"(1!,.' I the must &t. e; uous t:!Ioi'U to cl1Uco.l.I I nRe: I1n Il"rYlm has beenheld I

: .' after national bank, of X-w York, who at mn.aidirable It-cgth, prcniisii.:{ t., I ntrl.ce had betu trade. _. the liuu co u.uut C3l.wUUJla here. Th* meeting was held for .
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I'I was deputy comptroller! cl the carrerxy th Ujto the purpose of eonsideiing !
attempt as nuch for trades unionis'ii y me iiauually ie
l! It 1 ut the time of ti.e Asheville in the rtiture as he tad in the past.F SAYS HE WAS A Li un tiieeattrii coa.t thl'OUb.l 1 ton! to i increase the capital! stocW II j
I bank wrecking, was the principal wit- >r flist vite-preaidfut. IllegalhViuseth -' the letu cus wao are tletiug lioiuUc j from $:!U.UflH< ti, W. '
lIaw cess for the government yesterday.He nominated for reelectionJam cuUUtl).. All cablt irtssasos conUianj I ion wns immediately agned! upon. i

'1 I Oltitt tf'tif! ed that Major I Dree/e, th<. s Uiincan. -Iesate Swift moved KIDNAPPED ; ; retercccc to tho eruption oitLo : The nur! Rid.;e Hosiery Mill is located ; !
'rr J With r', ,',' .r';:. he (Breeze) had taken 5114.0W from the unaniir.! {,us vote cf the convention add OM-n tlw mailb are closely inspected m 1W with a capital of $20.. : ,

1\; 'I'bbefa i I! the bank and had replaced this for Mr. Dun an. This motion was car.rlol. Special to The Daily News. by the jO\ernmcnt oQcialj.Tne 000. The mill since starting has beetj I !

,. .. ," : amount with r.otts. : and Vice-rresiUent Duncan wasrt'pfo.ted. ;tovernmei/t hopes by concealing running on cotton soaml ss hosiery I
engine New YoK. N"\'. 2i::.--\\ Miam: S '
H. UVstali. r.obert II. Carrot
'. : .. the tacta U pie\ent Gauitniala'i: ) and the success of the un
i', I':' : :..LJn6'aA nreman of AliHvile; V.T. P. GnydiT. of Sal'c For st'Cond'irepI"P5idf'nt. Delegate Vanderbilt Alrtn! giat srar. I 1.- >n '*tCommotoe credit from beiiig! damaged abroad. has led th* stockholders to tlyM- decision I

':" .,: tl.e bury; J. D. Cllltl'C h. of New York andUev. DriM-oli. of B, ston nominated John Vaidfi! Ut. surety: man, The cifoit to nunimue: the diisibttrabroa.l ; wh...rftby tbf.t capacity of tha .

.n.(. jI.I..IIg'E'rs' gang in Thomas l.awrunce, of Abbeville, MitcheH!, who was elected unanimously : aitlst, and formerly: : well: Known h"ix- however bag failed to relievo mill will b* doubled.Slolher I '! II
and Newport, and who disappearedret I
'r testiaed as to certain checks given tho situit.oi! at hone. TLe greatest .
c luwllts unir ;
,I luggage ca'In -* them by Breoze, the povernment For third view-president Deiesate.Mahon her mysterously: six year a.m. 1'a.; distress prevails throughout the central I G raj' Sueet l"owlf'rtt fur ; ; 11
be.-n during that time an inmate of a I
claiming that these checks weru
; : t raw and tluai I nominated James O'CtJUnI'IJ. and vesteru pontons of the requo- Children. t

'. ".<>r< .1 to pull out.t I drawn hy Pn'eze when he hod no who was unanimously re-electtd. For private sanitarium in fonnecticiit. Ills lie; and oven on tho eastern coast tiw "uecP''!ulJy useil by Mother "rB\. nursn in 1 ,
acro'int in the bank.Tlu tUier'-abouts became known when ht thf I'lilldrt-n', Home In Ni>wYork.. Cure
o. Uockin luiuin I fourth vlet>-prl'Sic1t'nt Delegate JIurphy effects are felt m the scarcity 01 tcveri' hnes, Kncl IUordrr 1
> Teetlimn 1.
has drriried that was bnmi'ht to Xc-wr noclielle] for oxiinilnition -
of I'.ivlly woo-.! I, loiitt only one nominated for re-election Max Morris! money and the riie in exchange. -, inovt-aiil reiriilatH the lIo\\'I anlI I ,
ca.-i. (hit a ;a'.r.5t; I'retzo, will be before a commission as to >..troy :.'imii tl'stluionials.'lhn I
li'-: tii c'ngillll'r- who"as also chosen without opposition. Famine at '
i his Th. bnmirlit CueUsltertango. IIff. r f"I. At all druiKists. :!.ic.Bm! ;
heard al thK term tlie ntlurs: bemgcontinn. For fifth sanity. action was MCI.h.: AdJre-s All-ii H. Oluiited, I.S 1
Tii 1 .tndits blew vice-president DelegateDimnell A famine tzaitenaa- pie
uii t tII.y.
I >'. by E. H. Sutton, of Dloomnc! !':, X. J.. N.\ .
'., with dynamite: u inu I _____ nominated Thomas hKidd fjrreelection. !j who is related to Allen. Button to.lI go, aud lU.oou I people! aitstarving.. "

acharpe.. the n.n>-. DiMppate Hohn"r nonunatc.l I L'nn ia GautemaleCity, the tapiui
tommiasion: that Allen uff..rf'l NEWS
.n being heard in laIn I TRAGEDY INGUATEMALA l<'rank.I y. of the LSrotlwrhoo.1of 1, from hallncinatior that he was being the inhabitants are buffering for loo.:. RAILWAY\

Carj-f'nters. Flour is selling Gautemala City ,
pursued by creditors and asked that in
,f : The strained relations! lyetwoen the for $:::5 a barrel in gold and rice\ ut ::1
the Darkness.te CITY he be it gaily committed to an as' i OF LOGAL INTEREST
\Vo safe, the ro!>:'i i the cariwnttrs to which Duffy liflougs. such step having teen previously I !
taken. cents a pound m tsold. The go't'rf1D1ent
,- iii' and ran down tin1epiijted I I lent deciId interest to the ,j
All.-n is utterly unable to rliete ti. I
had addressed! the commissionin
that iluy l Idt Special to The Daily News.It I I vote which resulted in an overwhelming distress and suffering! au.l: the [11,0j.i I Announcement is made today that I :
cr.ief.illy chosen language. lie wa
dt it !
.. aped in the darknifager -- ( ],*:, nia'a raj. :'\11\. J. \VilaiiFif : victory for Kidd. he bavins 7.590 :: tit!oily in the dark he said as to are on the verge; ot a revolution. TC.I' the engines and rolling stock of the 'r I :
votes, againot 1,003 for Dun'y. Outside
,.. was fahot and l.iJl..1 l today by \V. Go,;lfrty l- of his own organization Duffy sr.-I and, he a.-.ked for counsel.! He was ki.l- able uprising! is the appearance of aKader. '
whioht here in chert
details ('urf'll but !8il3 votes. I a time. Engine will !
t > the city by the flag- Hunter. Jr.. son of the United napped/ six years ajo, he declared; oy 1" i !
For sixth vice-Ilrt. States minister. Hunter fired doctors. '
tn.1 two
v i. ,s train who ran back nominated for re-election Senor Herrera Tells of Horror. i : t
shots from behind Fitz E'raJtl. Jam.1? "Th y took me from my sister's placing the familiar "L. & N." : \
i ; an was stopped anittjith I Dt-nnis .\. Saves who was chosen Perfirio Herrera who owned a valuable \
.- : engine in thej 0. Dailey of Kl'ntllcly.lll'r..tary (11! unanimously! For treasurer Dlegat3Ke'chers h"' me at Hye where I was visitinpr," plantation 7 miles: from tho initials on all the property. This I : ,
the legation here, sta' he continued. "They there .1
was ding >y i came pntenilia
; him to the city. thA Santa :Maria volcano th
nominated for re-election! was among follow* the recent: acquisition of that t
with a drawn revolver.! Both they detectives .1
m-n I ? v.-ere wno
: 'M! !up are not definitely John B. Ijer.non. who was ele: < t (i with' refugees who arrived here today acJ
then ran away with their revolvers in I. were interested in a rase of mine in railway by the I,. & X. ". ,
out a dissenting; ,'ott>. For secretary, sailed for Nicaragua.; Senor Herrera : .
their hands. Thl'YH'rE' arrested but New York. They to drive with
got me
..1.1 up was the west- Delegate, Oarrett nominated for rp-elec-l in an interview describing! the situation i :
*, which left Chicago at are now at liberty through Minister th< m to Pot Chester. said C. 1<'. Hannon of )Iont omeryar'I'I
tion Frank: Morrison. wlu> was electeduaanimouMy. : I
Hunter claiming: Immunity for them. "jVhen we got to the station I wa I'
"' ..:ht. and which rues For fraternal delegate "I uas; in Guateniala City looking rived at the Merchants ye terday. t .
It is asserted that Fitzgerald had n" snatched by two attendants place.l
->rt Worth Tex. TA! St..lnsas .
businers interest whtn tha
to the ne\t labor convention of Great my
\. chance to defend himself and that ho on a train and taken! to Connecticut.I He went to Florala this morning; to .t r \
City. Britain: Andrew Fcruseth and :Max terrible eruption of Nov. C occurred. ,I t
was an inoffensive man. was /placed in a sanitarium ther bid on a contract for grading the .'
n of the dynamite usMthe IIaes were nominated.: The former The shock* from the explosion wero !
The lives of Hunter At first I allowed! of
and that of Bai. was the privilege I
safo badly damaged a r.nonnC'l'J that would be impo.Mbli plainly! felt in the capital, causing Florala extension of the Central of !"
Icy are threatened by indignant Americans. the library, but for the I last nine :
q .ir as knottn no on1Nov. for him to serve and withdrew hUname. great excitement amonj the people.Th : Georgia road. .j
months I have been confined in a ha'room. !-
I Hayes was then elected unau- & E..xt day the nes of the frightful I : I '

I : 22.-It has ju"t PILES. immisly.Jiinipeil. havoc wrought by the Sa/ita Maria !
"It has hp"n impossible for me to The pay train will arrive and pay t!
it i he men supposed' to .I reached this city, and I started at
Constipation J* mo'tly responsiblefor communicate with any of my relative !
.-.,! train robbers, sto'.> on a Ten 1'enny Xail.i once for my plantation. I reached a 08 employes of the Pensacola division ,I t"
pile. Ma es of hard, dry faece* I hare a JO'iO library at Rye, ani
.' point: 4 miles from my homa on !oov. Wednesday. I: i is unauthoritatively "
: < u robbers stJle packed in the bowels rrf"s on the i The little daughter of Mr. J. N. there are enough pictures locked up tl I
"''':! tiomVlllam! Iloh- 6, but I was unable to go any further II
vein to such an extent that thecirculatl..n Powell jumped on an inverted rake in my sister's: storehouse to pay all stated today that an increase 1 .
.I' id was reached by a on account of the stifling fum-'s and .j I'
blood made of ten penny nails and thrust my debts. salaries ia J '
of the is interfered in not improbable.
from the volcano which I
isli gases 1
heavy timber. Thii > .
one nail entirely through her foot The <'oaiTni! lon decided that Allen .tf.
..utbeast with, the veins in the rectum become still active and emitting huge columns .
on a and
run shall bar
a further examination with i.
.:'.t passed a f.irm housonules expaudtd and piles is the re i and a second one half wav: through.Chamberlain's ; of fire and ashes. Train No. :3, due at 5 a. m., was
Pain Balm was l. and set the hearing for Dc. 3.
: away from th sult.Cure 1 1 promptly applied and five minutes His Plantation In Ruins. nearly two hours late thU morniD : '! -
the constipation bv using" r
.:'itviy.' The farmers HEPATlLTRAand the piles will later the pain had disappeared and I OrriCKKS AND MKMBEU9 "The eruption cea.ed on toe morning Heavy traffic from New Orleans I

...,! with that of th> I! heal themselves if not, too far ad- ; no more suffering was experienced. of Nov. C. when I ventured to my jlan.Uttoa caused a delay on the main line. i.'. ;. j ,

i trail!! is lx'inic follow* d I| vanced. As HEPATICUIIA is en- I In three days the child was wearing; lor Okoloosa Chapter, and }'enlis.I and found it buried beneath :

,' her shoe as usual and with absolutely ten feet
:>; lacks some fi attires i i tire Iv free from irritating etlects, iti I discomfort. Mr. Powell is ,I S. P. Pope, travelling auditor for
.':u. inj hopIs strong: i i is well to take it in advanced cases, a well known merchant of Forkland, Brother-This is to notify you that ed from the volcano. Everything oa the L. & N., is here today. .! r .
..-. i to the faeces soft. Sold by all a joint meeting of the residence ,
:! be caught. keep I Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and above Chap the place wa* in ruins. My ,

: .. have arrested Kvni'l I dru li3B. I| heals such injuries without maturation ters will be held Wednesday night, was destroyed, and out of 112:! laborers .I
rov. 26 at 7:50 Two sections for the GaskillMundy : '
I at the ,
l.uthtr D. lIa} war.: I and in one-third the time re- emplojed on the plantation, all .
The finest line of sterling silver. Knights of Pythias hall. It is
i specially Company were despatched
-'i>I>:cion.AFtlOUSLY .I j quired by the usual: treatment. For except seven perished The seven
\ ;oods and silver novelties is to be I sale by all druggists and medicine this urged that every member alter d who escape happened to be visiting! from here yesterday. Two sections
meeting. Supreme Warden
E.. ,_ESTIMATED. I found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices toI I dealers. I Steinhart will be there to inform you A. a farm 8 miles further from the volcano of train No. 2 were sent north Batur-

i-d tc Railroad Officials Differs I I please all. Do you want a magnificent watch upon important Guild business, that day, and when they paw the day night.

Amount Taken. I for little money? If go, call on which interests every member. dancer, took refuge with a lot of others

.- U. :\0\'. 22.Local of'rated I; If you want a good Bed- Stephens: the jeweler. He will accommodate JOHN' WELSII, la a cave. My family was in Can- Quality is what makes price. If

; .' ''. itt the Stat loss in'; th Impress& hold. 1 stead or a nice Crib for the I you. HE HORSLER Secretary., Chairman. term ala. City, and therefore escaped Burnett's Vanilla Extract was BO better

the terrible fate which befell those than other extracts its price would
ted passenger train baby, go to Marston Try anther's Candies at left at home. The blast from the volcano
be the same Once tried, always
,-.1.11 cear Davecport;) a; Quina's. g'l I Solomon's. lJudgin's, tKe Best for 5(. destroyed tie follafe oa tiy uSEd

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The conversation turned on yellow c
; fever and I gave'my eip 'rience: of the Palmetto Club. Memphis Tenn

I. "I brought up In the harbor of Ha- -- _- -- --- -_-- -- -

rana one fine day In June flrt mate ; OF CARDUI following
_ _-_ willb praise) .:1 \.
A union Thanksgiving service i '-
of a trim little bark. In those days lmIX.E thoroughly of Card: :

there was a 'yellow fever hopplta! -1 ? held at the First Presbyterian; and mod-
ern remedy meeting "Amoa the Q
there and In th.a n merriiant vessels' t'Iia 1II
Nov. 27 at 10:30
crews were taken by M. Jacquesat church Thursday: the needs of the modern mtdicines flolCld b.orc ,.'.

a. m. The music; will be a special! woman in the modern way 1W' fenng womtn for their
much head contract It K.j>
so a by
without the
feature and will be directed by Mr. torture of an g none can touch MeEu -
taken sick\ they w'ncur, l or killed, : operation. Wine of Gardui ( ,

I generally the latter without further D. Hale Wilson. The rest; of the I has cured them in the pri- Tin of Cifduu: It :?,?
above them
charge but If no contract was made --Y': program will be as follows : racy of their homes and it Ji4' ii all u
Why, you paid by the day. but if ill) po found a place in the NIP Sard nnlty. remedy ft llnrV:
drives pain and dlSlolSC
hearts of American
women n4\'
to the hospital you must by a Spanish -
ordinance. Proclamations of President Roosevelt that no other medicine has found. In and restores health in an incredibly! Cl n

and Governor Jennings-Read their gratitude over 10,000 American period. I have taken great interest ia >
commenced tj
"Well you see, our boys .,.. ,'---4- :- by Rev. W. Q Vreeland. women have written letters commending medicine for the past two yean, uac
and then another '
first ?
i to under one '
go -
Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui
: until I had hardly any one left, and to --.. J : brought health and: strength to at I
F. Jones. meets their want: aa no other medicine have also recommended
I end this part I was lushed off myselfto does. It sustains the young girl at the : : it to i nuabo.
Selection-Choir. of friends and who
_ the T-eplas.' They broke the fe\er shock of her entrance womanhood.. my they have usu lt
: Address: -Rabbi Kamuel Koch. speak of it in the highest terms
and .
on me. w h,'n I In-gan to net so hungry; Women who take Wine of Cardui have .K
.t- Selection-Choir. that it is well bestowed."
little discomfort during and praise
I could have eaten a donkey I think :' c pregnancy
-I, Sermon-Rev. Linn R. Walker. little at childbirth. When the If .
hut It was no use. Foup, gentlemen, a I : .: pain you are suffering fn m f, ?
'- S 8pl'ction-Choir. of life they enter weakness Wine of Car Jui
very little bread and'that was all. I I change appears a : u the ..'
I Collection( For Charity). happy healthy olT age. Evuy month it cine you need.
complained: to the Louse surgeon.; He You can hare health the .
Dexolorv and t>enedictiQD.T comes to the rescue to assist Nature in : : u ,,
poLe of relapse fatal results etc., bet : 5- throwing the impurities from the body. Mi sFicleyif you will take t .. : .

I not satisfied with that. f=o I of Cardui treatment. If you '., : .
was I Miss Sarah cf Memphis j '
/ I nlncUy Thirirrn Finley vice further than the .
watched my c-hawv and sot a piece" IIf e "I tate to have to pack up aait." Tenn., vice-president cf the Palmetto tion given on the bottle comp a..lI'/1"' i

cake one ni;'ht at K: u'dm-k.) ) Never did i I Club of that speaks for herself and } .t
protested the wife. "Ibis will l>tthirteintli thc city, Ladies Advisory rVpartmciit, i ,;
'. anything! taste so K xid. Then Ix ent to ; time we have num-d inct'ai' i ii 1 many friends when she bestows the I nooga Med. Co., Chattanooga, Te ,.yi.

i1Z sleep."Did. I{i ame to town. and tllt'hall luck --If--_ -r_

I hi 'II<)\\'n lUlow.! : ad the sailors I "liut) we're oxvm1; 13 rent on tillshoie. A million
Mrs. i j i sUerlPI
Tupman a prominent ladyof r.J.Ij
', !
riHind '
called hIm. used to ( >me e\ ry i I : Marg.; he !said "and! it'll he a r WINE of CARDVI have found r> t ,I,

morning at Irt u'cl.ick. and uhvu he en ur.ip \\ a'r'e luck M May here and ha\t 1 Wined Car. '"

-i tcreU my ward I was the lir-t one beisiUd. I Richmond a. a great sufferer with to pay' it."-Clacaxo::: Tribune. I -- -_ -_-_ -- -_- -__ --

> ---

: 'You have Uvn e-tin::.' said ii*'. I woman's troubles, tells of her cure by In Strlj...... ;\tmwU'ttIl'. I NOTIC'E.j .

driik-U it. lit It.' didn't Iieme.. andpasMtl i "Will! kindly !;laOIIII' what The undersigned takethis method ;j I have: been ;tt. >'
you yonhave
: I on. with the rh licenced midwife having '
: dead 1 I : 11.
that 'I xx a> a mail. laujzli'd.;: : paper. ;
it >Ot ha
but HKIII, alter I !,,-;;all to ((-,'I 1 (jui'('r. : DE.tI: 31ns. I'INKHAM : Foronme .wars I ullend with backache I I I 1a'"0\\ a plt-usim ry.itti ." replied the warden Can give had best;"jit of years references fxpeneuoe.; from j i The price. Those!i-; $ 'i I Ivance. '.
dii .
y. The T\ait Imi'u-d' wrJ iiujHTtlifnt. :: severe llCaring-d wn jiaius. leiiconhiKi, and fiiing of the womb. I wh'i had! uac'orl.... in a airy p."ls! leading phY-lciall':: IIf this: city. i iMRS. caulavett""lItt.'t.1 I ".
\ Il.0u i iI
and I IKH".IUU ublivlutib tAJ nil surr"undlups : tried many remedies, but nothing gave any i sitive relief jtnre.Ve lat ye a fcxx' tilings: m; tr'jK'S,, :, M. GIUDEXR I $ to tin. iiiid.r-! '. : .

: ; In wy attemiit to t.rrcct bun."I "I commenced taking Ljdia 1. Pinkham's Vegetable; Compound ,' that I tlniil:: will: miere&t j"oU.-Ol.l I ]lit 114 !Kooth DeVillier St. 1 H. \t : .

rs Ni-iiine coDM'hMK that '\'.liinsnheii in June, 1901. When I lad taken the tir.>t half Kittle, I felt a vast improvement State Juurnal. ', r-- i II. ., .

k- ". oml' -r.e lifted uj my eyelid and and have now taktn ten bottles! ; with the result! that I feel --- --- - I r"J! CUBE YOURSELF II'w

g1! tI then said: T.tkihim mil. It's lit) u>e.' I like a new woman. When I commenced taking the Vegitable Compound crnr-s Iie r T unnaturalMprwf

It flaislifd on 1:1,' in a nvond that thy II I felt all worn out ;and was fast a );'roaching complete nervous i icollap.c. Dnu L C. GOLDSTEIN I!Gnarai.d i ,.. irrat3tena djctIaI-O-.flifLkflflIItlfl a'r iiratinoI ,

-I-i were to take Ill<- out to di'. Vhn 7''1111 : I weighed only M pounds..vv I weigh lO''i imnds and I: II i .,a trWty.ooiMtD. cI PjiuIc mutoQ, anti n.einurane.Pztt. at itrui'm Thf"il'lmyC'o.j ,', ,-

9 or NIO are dyiu;: laily lucy ('an't"lIsh' I am improving every day. I gladly te-stifr, to the Knelits received.Mns. ."- TIjLVASCHEtCatC.,. gilattar poHonoia. c-t L 't3 r..lIS3J

: their time with tbl'mIt I'ft-t they i K. C. TUP-MAX, 423: West :Mh .sr HidlIllfn.l:1.. I i ItChIaAflaO.&ild: by DritIst.5, ''I I I r,

ff-: think they ein't. 1 had s en many e> THE EMINENT U.4.. J orient ty In ,pLai.. tarper, I IIOU. p \ j ("bc-' '11i! 1 1- o \. I tl'T
# pn-pai't fol
the same riKid. and tll.'.' ncvtr came i When a medicine has been !,Ilt.( ( ..i'HI in more than a million I 4)' orJlultln. JiJS. I I'LircuUr 1 I \.., '11"11.48 ;:''tI.t. .

t cases, io; it justice to to without icbt ua IIAt.L a. ....
Kick. Sii I felt the elM,! night lire. yourself say, trjing it; I do notbelieve .1. I \
: would h'lp me" ? OPTIC SPECIALIST f CrfIC..ESTEI'S) NCLISHLI I ..,. I.101.1.'H' :
first nnd then that N'tiMitmn that is in- fi3

f4 i deKTibable. but iuseparnble from a ; Surely you cannot wish to remain weak and sick and discouraged EYROWL PILLS

t ; deadluiuse. I xa.put: ) dnxxn un my : ('xhai"t..ltl1 each d.iyV! work.: You have some derangement : WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26TH PA J' '-- '.tiy lti.XIn.I, .,, ,,.R.I Q'.I i..k.; .. ,., i

tt4 strdther and l It-ft th 're to die. and 1 I of the feminine organism, and Lydia J. Pinkham's Vegetable / tIiit-iiirt., .. .' I-.MLJIl; PARKER'S '
a- I .
Compound will help just it has others. !' -.J I. I..! .'. ; 'b."n.. :: I I HAIR BALSAM '
it11 ru knew it. 1'retty wnm they bniu,:ht In you as surely as .. .
I J.'
'''' ."u".UluIOnoo Mad I. "" t:
.. .
thji1 anoilicr aaIIt'-ll.' w.m nixnit-jiml! th'-n 1 I I," rly. ".' y. I"r, 'Ito : i : I
t Mrs. \\'. n. 1'elham Jr., lOS E. Bak.'rt.: ., Hichmond Ya. V ...."1.' r. 1.......,..... t....... :.r I Never .V. t- '.-IT
T;;: jr. another one In the Mint1 eondiUon.Vt-I says : \-:0 I$ ." "7a-aI' ...." ,,,,,, I 4- Hur I
; "DEAR11: PINKIIAM LAST DAY.Dr. -"- ._ t ,.n .1..)!. I".'It'.. r .' u Cant \ I
.- :i were ;ixen up. and t1l1'r.WII- no tin.eto :'" :-Iinustsaythat I cIt! a not believe there is: an'female .' ...-., .. I .. 4,..I.h.t.-.. ... .4 .,... .. / t- i" 1 ; I
I -. hj k.. waste on us. The first on in I It medicine to i-ompaiv with Lydia E. I'illkha.l''gf'taLlt> (Vm- 'aI.t

:.11 & il: delirium rnanacul: to pt aertws rn Ijoimd, and I return to you my heart It thanks for

t Lt ? I body and tliue l1i.1. My tmuii ni : what \uiir iiieii.ii.e; l.a110m' for me. Before:

; 1 was so dear as it was that nihi.t .Mini! taking the VLSI.table ComiK und I was so badly MICKESCO.

: t after tin- oilier one xuis dead. wit! '! oil that T thought I tould not, live mudiliing

i fiolOIl bappttitil' I lived mj' lilt ot .-r' -r. The little won: I had to du vaa

c flsaiu. A -- burden, in n,<'. I suii'.Ted I with irregularmenstruaiii : Plumber Gas and Steam

.fl t The old boJi;'s I used 1 to .>.:114 .- I a -1 : n :ai.d !leucoirlusa, which! caused fitter.No. .

I baik to me. and I omM si'uT ito '- 'S ( ,J< an'in: "f t'.i- rirt:. I li-ob-d like .

j.1i i1 4 pjxtik mtiririllj. saan.ia..-,_ '"' : r .> t OniVl!I" had u 1.- 1111I]pt if n, }but I do not look 1I 1 1i i S Sc nUt Palafox Street.

(Ml : ott''ll pa"Mil ii- !'I"\i'w. a1"! .1 : ,. '":. liki. ul. i* ll\\', aLIi: I owe it all to your wonder- I

-- I lui pine thninuh it ail I th.'I ulr: !, ., !I, .A fm mi ih :in- KIn 'H 01 Plaribing and Of.* Fitting; Matenala Kei-t tatr4s.ptsnris : r

tt i' : It was ji-ais that 1 hail Liin: I', i __ ., ;-<' I tat k i nlv six Kittles! but it has made i '' i .2r. .. Pfil"'UfllJ.'IA

\441 4 : *M'4'lllalI MI lom; IIIII'I luul l l.fli : me ff-1 like a nt.w IIt f. on. I thank

c -;. ; 'bark so ]luli:; :;Iw'1 had ljo'lIloi all: l : N >\ (;'.Hl.t j; tilL-t'l. b sHell a female LdIIC (i. Oold"tHII the w 11-kni'Wii i i
t'11( .\ ();-Lie r-p( ('lalll.I will remain t III IVui.icolit _
i ,-t ?. 43' one s|"-uk. *:,Jeiitlemeii I Ii\ *-.i io.""' ; Ar/, '_I \ a" ()n. : :. few dlIIIII'I'. HP i i- '
ht. :,
4:1: I' I jesirs Hut niKlit! I could (('I'lm.L'I.d I I Itti1 'I I ..:::- '\\ V. \ Ic it, therefore, liclictcil liy nil -topping at )I'ltp1'E.cambli: W '!'ircIIP H HUYAL mm \111I\\

-, against; my side :th )'\>\\ fail wit '!Ia \111 women who ar ill that I/idla II.: l'inkhtiu's Yeg,-tablf'oini>oiiiul inv it* ,. all de-inng to have gl-.a-

hand asleep, as you tinn it 1 eniililfivl is the 1IIt'lidlthl' should tak.,. It ar'jtiited to their eye., to 'all upmi |
ha.tnH.1 the If
: test ( time
t' ''I- the deml uiun across me .is tnou.'libe 1 audit has huiidreiN fir thousands of tuns to its rillit.OiII4'fl, i 1 him. The Doctor a.ku e.irpfui 8 Years Old i in Cases cf f 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per car

P : were pressing vomo one abe.! anal should consider it unwise to us.- any other! medicine. I perusal of the following : t

t,# _1* i r took thru by and by .1 slight !'Ils'alt'.. hue ': :31 ro.. Pi'ikham who!>.' address is I1111, :Mass., will answer cheerfully nice Having with a had lirjrp many practice yearPXPTI, I :un! en -. 1' ii U 1.- \VHISKKYi-di-tillfil.itr:: I I :N. !-"? ,(('..
my tyelnl.i.Vhat was it V l onil: ,
I and \\ ithoutost all letters addressed to her hj sii-k Momen. allied to relit Vf tl:"-" peratleh iv"- h': ]\\,111"11:1'! n'. :nn1 i- fully'I; iii w ,, ,
; 1 not OJH-II\ them.S"as it the :1I11111'1It of I. ,"r.-:h'tthiiig'. i"t i-ab-oliitnly |lur' uul tint ex
Perliaps she has
ji't tlie kuio\\ ledgathat will help jour ('a"c- any pye- cauiiiJMIH) .
of the Mini la the other the reut iiii try her to-day it costs alt! impertect sihut. I will rive Y II II- 'I quality by :any'hiik'y "f 1 the" -aui" :IJ .

1 -ki' know world liejoml the dark nr. .' nutliing.'r.; fxamin.itinn and (II 'I!" :I.iIt I. I win-re proiluefd. 'lia.- ll"yall'\tal'hl:
a eati-factory \
; I thought; ,.o. I was not Hi'raul 1 SrftftftoUuu FORTE te.I'uium IfI..1',' (01.- ..." \1':1111": I ; '" tl. t: T:'- 'Jo.,,(l. _n11. : *..11.n1.: )...*.>tf.r. and ....;"..Iur.s ofIoolouv" HIP eyes with suitable gla-."e-. ,i- t i'''1. .. Kirilit when bottled :and (',,n-ili) I II

4p .-1 Uioii'-'lit::: '1 am dead' ; l.ylIa t.. }'.01".." Mtiliraiir (o.. Lynn :lia,.lI, i In the rapid pi"-8 tat -catIe'and .i 'X'I It lit quality, i" the cl.Kipe-t W Ii i-.ka :,
; tr.? .
-i-ieiitilic inventii for tlie n. III irkft :It that price. Aa bevt rainai 1.1
"The hue Uvunh" -
II more mienit : ii' .
: 3' -- -- ,
liftpen !dnbeen ,a ,h- hitt'ly pure stimulant (ihw- noi.c In" '
4 t the SUII-IIII.I with till IT yearillucil
; it camo .11'flt'r .
: -.s 'l.- -ii-tiii.. i r;0 until tn Due side. anal PENSION ROLL: TO BE $843,000. : done to discover the real! cau-p <>flii's :SI': t' {1""11 ii in cae-> containing no mark- what v r
; of the denl. Men .
4 ilylnj;: with vtI- ;
I ui1 In .ul tiuiH'il| | duwn. 'flU' noticed r>\jsual power in both yount nan itt coiitPiiU. If pureha-er upon i-x inw'ukey
-1 low jai-k must (I..' btirietl s ..n. all so I -. tho inot -ati-Ged with t.ein.! i : "
5- 'Ui't ti! MI my fI.,iTl .'y 'Iroi'iKsl thesr"tali Ap rot'riaticns Committee Agree! and <>ld, and much tuts been learneil :
iI ; .
: fl -. thry hairy '-sirlj tliose who die lanii I and di-covered : a can r> turii the: same at our fxp'-n-e ::11.1\ 'i
? .,-L: 1 4 $t.) the ni;'Lt. I was tl itt' first in. I wouldIK' I I T :lI'Jllt avav., &.'1111 the Upon An Increase of $lSOO. i defect means of tile to tin remedythe "fglides. 4-- .: will refunded..
1-111'1/11 en lilt. Atlanta :Xm. ::_'.-At eje by u-e .
: the 1.1-4 out. i .. a meeting : ; At1 I oidir-: liould be accnmpaiMul l I'\
'Take him back,' said be. Til try hd Mt! the 4'atol !la't : tIGhT YEARS oi.D -
: night the btiikdti I
curr. pn-tolllce
%s "I heard the stej>s of tl .' nrprm as up- Spectacle* -hnuld be u-ed whenEver ucy tnoneyordt-r .
what 1 do''I .
(' they bfiimi'falbtir in tlieir. retreat. I ean Pro.rintins: (toir.mitt of the housiI I the vi-ion become" in the iea-t pr<--- iiiiiiuy ord. r. \\V -ftr in II-t .N

_,:. ; !; j and as they Im-ame louder in their advance 1 had lit) psiJse. My heart did not >i4t-< alh! '- mllt H'd its! labors Thnwral -- impaired either by day nr night:: L1ANDAR Hank "I i ally mel clo:1ut: in I'ei.-acoli.:

1% I'Cat They poured soiiiethitis: down my appropriations bill has Commonpecturles i-honld not beutd
? I. filt the stretcher l.ftetl: ".'. the I : btvn
throat It cut Its way down like a I under circum-tance*, a- -
; oseilliting! ; uiotluii as Uw1".1''' me souov.r and it row remains for til: i S. A. FRIEDMAN
... W thivad of t'.re. It I inrt.-ised I In dlm'nFIIIII.tlmt the li;! ht unpveuly refractPd and
'il 81011t; In'n, a flash of lightning.tin1 I IcaWt' ronitnl'tt ti> rcvtst to one or twitrnis. "> ;I'
warm f''l'jIl-1I11.1)! :: "m In "; uch cau-e; the eye to fail very
-.i unMitioi. that I <" '!"ruins;; which no art'ivi .
( was 'notI .
I whtreaif 15RA7.ILIAN -
pleasant SXUMII I lust all SCUMof rapidly, StalE I'KOVKIETOK 1'-:: \.ot.A F .
-. 4t 1 dead. eould not 1\1",,'. 1 triisl in vain hah'cn tal.rn.; before thtnieasnu1 I, PEHltLKS or the ....rxE:il' I'ltYS- -
e'.ei.vthmi::: I auoko towJ.rll.t'nln
4.f to open m\. '-yes I |inix'tl! that they II :; w." h p rej:< the house. I TAL IiKNSErt are properly aflju-t- I1 O BOX 11$. 11 :LtI'III.' tzt 17\'

::' L f '? t1; x\iHil.l III-.T ih> i ir a jes UJHIII W.., hut I I'\VhiMi:llhl'ol/lti tU 'opi'n my \' fepoke.'t'o;. I coul.l he mine. The committee x'ot. il to appropriate .d. the eyp will nut see perfect din 11 I'S Fc )
t ii felt the xx.uiM not. I timid not 'I $1' ;.",."")/I irr 11' .-!0r* for the oomimyrar : : youth. but is --trtngthtntd --- -
I said: =;,
;- z t4 but I kii' \x ; ',ie> wire not looking St..j'I This is $H.;"mi; In f we?; af tiv :' pIeervF', -..'. -a--. handle! cIa 1
'You saved fifteen LCI <- of Liqu.
were hy feet my In all rae; i f imperfect vi-mn) evpry
t'g r4t m,'. i hat h'a I'd tV: wm-d u : total aiionnt an-i.rt:r-r-Pd for pendo-! !I
r :' onynsitl. 'h.y.' i and headacliM cau-Pd tl f r..hy. a pr- .p_ hulk 'I! t "ttle. wholale or retail at \i. .1

5&1' -j t: P'III1t'Uh'II. Uu 1 na" tr appreci-! "In two wwks I was aboard the ship iAFt v.-\r: :. At that time $ 3f1.5t"wall !t f-pectacle: will give r..llt.f. To.eyE' .-- ;. aWay down.

.-- ati-J it iiut.l l tint t t.ioim-nt. 1 m-vir ftlt I t aIf: tn be apportioned( arcons! '' tired weak p'liuful diniined -- .d
ii;::::uin. IIIlI:1" the only one loft vffifttfll. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
i : 1 t'1 the lui-.i'iuu of ,t until tta'ii.Vts I to the fnr different! ( lassfs of pe!i,;!oncrs. they utTer a rtrenKtheniti

4 be l.iuitil ali\e'r! lUw baud before it I re-t and refre-hiaent. I In other
and of th' sum JS22.Jlhn"a<: u.-e.l.) t
'I did not fetl it yet. the borrihl*
ii would) I- o\rV \\'.mid thej walk overmy i Thp > I word-, remove the can-e of the: d if- TIME TABLE.
xv appronriation t'ontcmplateItItaA
thing I had n'
through, until r
gone they .
head :,ntl could I then hear them' I liculty ard: the eye will have: tl.i!
I Irf $ \: for ills.hied! veterans.flA.1 $2,.Vi i
remrti I the death of the
: J)id the iiirtli trjiiismit aptiiin. lon/in-il lirihtuebeauty' : : and i
I j I '1 ut.l in the ii I aillimisc.'.' they said.'Iuriad \ for iTHiI: vetrrhns, $185.0.10; ) for i| health. It requires"! professional

F- as will li'iri/iiiitull, } :: And how tillmor.iuic.: .' Then I ;pit::: out widows o!' :sf-lIh'T = who died during! i guidance: even \> hen the best article KttKVt: IaraFMiEit 1. \1\111\
:: lung liefoie it \\ 11111011.! all ox1':
,'''tof II! \ U-rili. ::"\PiliI'll.\ and I belieelf the and! fOnona/ for indigent will i i is utTered. a< the eyearp frequently New Otleni and Iobilo.
t .\t la-l! i.e; nurtn. !mule .1 iait< p.I .
sinr.-r- ". Tinast> dais was teeentiyad.'d di-i-imiljr and they rtquir- compound -
< .sr :a i ray'r'a" uffereil to o\v -- --
_ _ I( .
i, thi'throiu! of Ilt'a\ 1'111.l'a'I". ;::: It was t.) tho 1:v. and Sli 0apjiortiitncd ,( ( \\"J. lene.latiy *. No.6. :'>0... ..O2. I'I :-io.'. Nn 1 .
i ) jer-on* u-e jli--pii; of too 7'lIi a 12Ir.nt. 1I:1I1i p '..."v.. ?,--ieai& .. Arrive 5(1) 4 .a p .
_ i ni.iiliili- I list but only about
st "uht on Iwiard that vessel In vrar. | I t
Good Digestion great refractive power or too strong MIII; a 2i'l p i-ar! s L-ve----- -JUntatoD .. L..v" ::: < s : ., p 7'
A nHinial i I thi-'Hirti'. il.Uiitia." >.TS! ..000) wa nsf d 11:011: lit 4t: P t 2M. L."vl1'hU.: .. Lto"V8 I iSlOnI I', ,5 c !
OSTtT1ER is H> to a magnifying; power supp"sin; ,,' they
--- Sp 710 a Leava.w ''I..anM 7.::, -
_ ROIH! !:",iltti A TENNENT LOMAX DEAD.: Gin Curns at Tailspoosa.Talapo *ppbntpr or economize, that they --...:::= _:: -- : "p
1 \J 3 CELEBRA1tO terInfi IH m aU ---
_ will insure from them in *o-iiort a time. Thf-&
p. i'ttvt pin of P. J. Miller which OJ1I.4'n {- '
rtii;* I !! b% I Was One of Most Prominent LawyersIn entirely u mi-take. ; this Cttust- :- !. :-il). .. 'I'j SO. 1 N. .
Btltnulu'iLr tlicccrt running to'its iitmcst C'apar t\'. .. am1Il5am
Alabama.Mobile. lI:05pm 12Ip m Leavaa .t..aeol"" Arrln 4' 'pm
>tion-.l Hi, I : has hcpn destroyed by fir*. cansnp;; the cilnry: muclato relix causes ahardeniug i I 1I.,7p W I.\rrlv., :MOnt.orn.r7i: U:15.m ..
II will Ala.. Nov 22.-A spet.a! : of the Lenc.ani ',
? ; Cry-tallme: | : It.m lIt"'pm: 'rrav. .. tniininbuii; I.auve :.i1I.m JIlL
[: from Iont on.ry. Ala. rays thatTennett a Its of about $3.500. with Insurant I you have to change for "lill 1'J."i p m .i:11J Ii m 1 Arrlv" ... a.nvl1ll I..iVt. .
for $2 V*>. Hundreds of bales d' lenein ns) m ').I\i a m .\rrl\ .'. .. t'auiyii) ,. .':JII I p m 4:. II m
Dyspepsia.Headaohe Lomax for many years solic -trnnjf-r: rapid "l1ccf.'oion.and 1:20am l1f am I ArrtH tJuelnllRti, L"an ."Ipm :: ..' ;' 11I
1 1 itor of tli city court of Montgomery, cotton were piled around the pin and IOSP the power <,f accommodation _.7:5) e m _!:;,, p in \rflv" "ll.n ,,' I.Oiva ; p IT'
1, this saved by the good work o' air IO-F tile to ac'jut -
was power your
Constipation, and one of the moet prominent lawjers i ? N-SAC-O-LA AND RIVER JUNC'fION.I .
.t to different distancecon ,,,
). t3 : Bihoasi-ess |: in Alabama. died early this morn- the fire dt rarmcnt 'eyes quently you will have to wear glasses- I I :!1-lJally So 3-1I81Iy ; No top ..h..r.. tint" no& .bowa Sf). -IJ811y ?tO. ?!- I'" :;
;ins. He vva 4>) old. \Ir
years IA- '
and dt-tant -- -
i irom near vision. Thn
and -11--1- !
:1fl. ;;;
STOMACH 1lr.. ; ; .. ?enicoIa..ArrITP 10:50 P-- :
Tti Leave
max wa a member of the pm "
state consti.tutional Odessa Free From Plague. can avoided by using spectacle- It:1ft niA 7:13" ... ..... iot'rmi& --... (or.7" 11:'"f '' (
t 1TTERMaiariaver ; convection and wag also one St P"t<>r!'bur;?. :Nov 22.! -Odessa has of proper focal power. 12:20" 7'111" on'" YDI..tra ....- 11):1. '1.111 I
: If defective allowed 1:1: :.3 7.1'1.. .__.JIambla.;! : .-_ 1rn5!:! "' J 11:117" I
01 tht raost prom nent ihians In th I t''en declared! free from thtplague i. eyes are to ..
___ Un.ted States He was a delegate: to and export trade! from that pert Is 'run uncorrectpd. they are liable to 1IIi": 7-:54 .. ..- Harp ..... __ 10I H II;..) !
1- i lead to ;some organic trouble which 1' :IiO" 7:11:1": : ....m.. GitUuty...__. 10:111 5f:
: the Democratic! conventions of ISs, ann rcmitttd. :: will noceitate a more or le-s 11.1" 7; at 'I ..... ... )lliton ... ..__ .. 10:10 1IlJ": I
_ ISM and ..00. 1iQ II In ..... aa .. ..... (.,aud Rsagll..._ ..... 'a .'M' :
LODGE DIRECTORY treatment by a skilled occuliit, and 1fi6" 5:1$ .. .... Holti .... ._ 1ft6 4:116' i
; I In 1S96! he was g"!:*r.1 chawellor! A POLICEMAN'S\ TESTIMONY. .. -- ,
_ may require an operation' to be p.-r- 2:51 8'M"' ._..... MtIllg&n '''''_ 91I'S 1:11
| corinian.ler of the KnIghts: of Pjthtis J. N. Patter-on night; policeman formed on the eyes.: All thee un- r; e;iPS" .. .. ..... (.netvltw....._ .:IIS .:"1) !
Alabama! llf .. of Xahua, la.. write* : "Lt winter fleasant rp ults be avoided 8.1" !!:M" .". -... ..1> "Ir Land .-_ I 11.4 II ::a' I
-i' KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASPpn I! in : was lerusl supren ;; can to a B: .'3" In" _.... )10'81 lI..ao1 _'_ 11..1 .:..11"I
1 <'(P<: :itiv* o! AlaHana! to the supreme I hal: a bad cold on my lunsf* and ,neatfxt..nt. and the sutlerer b relieved .:IUi" 0:11:1": .IeFnniakpria5L I. lIn ru ;
'I tried at l lezit half dozen"advertied the of .:1'1.' 9:44 .. _.... .... Ar.cyl .._ Ia fu !:JII' i iI
________ I ,_ .&coji Ixxlg No. 3. K. of P., i! !k.:g.- which refit last A:leust in San cotuh; medicines stud had by. ue: properly fittedspecticle ':.411' tI: 7' N ...Ponce d" L<>cn.._ ':::9" 2:." 1
t meetierery Fidro! It was whIT! fr.route the I treatment I 11:1" 1:10'; .. .. .. W'nTUle ....._ f:17" 1:611' I
-54' 1. lag tT :iU Monday.. P't'!n I from two physicians; without setting! i I nm now in Pel! the; Ho S u'a 10:111' .. .._ Caryville ..._ fn" I :ts
; k qf in the : 1> C&.sU. JJai tuat he was : tni'ken down in New Or- any benefit. A friend recommended t"l l E..cambi.1"here I will remain a 5.53 nnse( .. ..___Iooir81__...._ I. 1:4" f
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_____ '. .g ,hnlHlng' third floor.Wattci I leaas: Foley' Honey and Tar and two- i! few days; prepared: to fit perfectly: '::'JoJ.... ". 11):11 11:117"" "" _.........Cott'ae1e... t hlpley .- -_._ "N IU"':117" 12111j 5O ) I i

S welcomed tsitingbr.Iren corfllall'. thirjo of a bottle cared me. I con- !and 'dti-fjctonly the eye o of any 71110" U;:!$ N ........Mar.&xit ....._ .. IGO" 12:14' II
I :: H. A. sider it the sreate..r eouh anti lung I CIne -"irin" it with correct 7SO"; 11:1:) -- ..t.:1prf'U: .-...- I ?4 N 115 a ,R f
__ __ ___ '; ; 4Ft: ,: U. HORBttB LEE.C. ( I There areiT lirfrriit relIgious sect medicine i in the world. W. A. I' My fllice hours; are from 10 gh.e"1 I 7:44" 1I:6f": .at. ..Ura:1ft RI218! iII" 1I l10'; !
_ 4 K.K. A 8. In Great Dritata and IrcbnJ. '. 7:1! a. Ullili: noon .... ..- 04c"adi .. .._ 1:21" .
D'Alemberte 121
: Pahf-) St. a. m. tl) a p. n}. I I I lIl UU"rrlveRjv... 1IlCUOI1 ..LUTe 1:1" 10- r

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LIFE I Curse Classified AdvertisementsONE

Three Are Bitten E for: Animal Is = 'llf
Thirty.! ve People More Or Les Seriously
FEEHAN Killed::! : In Alabama. L
ARCHBISHOP ;' Injured. --- : ij
I l.'ock'or.l. Ala.! Nov. 22. -Thn-e boys I
Pittsburg Xov. :22! .-A traction
ear ; l'
I i w.- Mni-cly) Iitten CENT A .
4 hy I WORD.
a large mad ;
: on the Aw Ion line! city bjund. jumpe l j 11 .
Held Two Policies I Iof .
Prelate | "ill .: it -i: -. I
Late I the tia< kt:: tho corner of Jackson an i -------------.S------------- 1 .,. Ia

S25.000 Each. :snsal! !'('r. of P'ry Ilanl.m'l Ftv-mtf: streets Allegheny early *').1 j 01'I l\10NBY TO LEND. !: I : 'toj

-p: : was Civt: attarVet: the rk '! ))9Y da> liQj'.t.! : ever the! curb; an-i wt.- | I .... .. .. .. .. ...'- ..-.- --- t. I Ii r
him oa l U tf.h an.Ii. Tho : % i, I i
Fon 'y T ;-"., \l. There '. -. ; :
-\1. TLLltil11 I IM Ttorua w-nt to his rvsrua. :< \\ re about :;: t- I' : MONEY TO LEND on improved t :;.j. .r
'I !pi.-; ubrord. an"J all; were more Ir : '
y real
estate, in large small .
or I'
,'. ,KK, July ;; -TH! : I'or-I asiical t tim I
en !
'. and CURE BY
I .n-n. hit only! sixjere serouslyJuwi : I.l an-onnt at low rate of interest. i ;
,rty left by the late Archuk poic-nd teeth 1.T his nf !l. J i I They were: Call on Lp=lie E. Brook!' attorney ; I Lat

,' A. Ktehan of Chicago L'oyd fcarK-ssy! rushed to the \ John MfOlum. druEit.: ; ;: WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. I law 20>2 !1'5. Palafox Bt.: Fisher .1 I :

1 !' irjjely of life insurance, awe o f his little playrcatps. j > : 'I Morris Ilo-uh. a policeman.R. Ko /.,,de ....". ..dnr. tut Ir gtcen in glasi o] i building. 3mlm I j } j

the severely! bittrn but !hd! vtilcr.ttu.nriufiinthvut jiuluid'. k"OIrdlt.. in i :
\\ '.ich he carried in to j i \\. JliHer: a polir.rcanEdward '

; I. Insurance Company of : brute until h:" father arrived: j I Poftraan. a. nev.-sboy. White Ribbon Kemt-d will cure or destroy MONEY TO-DAY-Do you needmoney j, j '
ercd the dog's head from his tiiti'eiti.'d appetite fir alcoholic fctimu- ? You can borrow any i 'tl I
He held two policies iu i laiitwhether the patient I' a continued
w After ranfnhn! a ) OF BEAUTY (inebriate tippler," social drinker or amount you want today on easiest : j I !
Statement of
IIy, of $:jiK)0: () each and one the Banl's. diuukard. Imoosible for anyone to liars an terms: and lowest rates anywhere "
'j: "- policies dividends boys uert f '-nt to the Pa I by X-'W York. :\o\ 22.-The wet'klyrtak HI petite fir alcoholic liQuors! alter using obtainable, on improved city real J I i
tute In Atlanta. nt of averages of the Wblte It bbon l emt'C:). tate-from Win. Fisher 8. I
.: to *9KJ9: had accumu- I Regulator associated Ii il'Tt.-rt l>y "t..mlll'ril i>f \\'. C. T. U : : l
banks, compared with last week, Mr .Miore.ores superintendent of Wo Palafox Htreet. ln-tf i : I
women are awaking
NEW MOVE IS MADE.Strikers I shows: man's I'brntian Temperance< Union Ventura. --- ------- 1 ,
I comliness has California. writes: "I have tested
1 instead of glowint; Liars, $SCS.215.2ifl:! decreasetf White KibU.n Hpm..dyon"I'ry obstinate IF YOU want to borrow money, invest I. : .1 I
-r.: FurdsofThMutuaI and Operstors Will eyes, the tell-ta! 211.1' 1 ; "'posits. T3.7P6.inn.; deer w.5e; drunkard_, and the cures have been many. money, insure your property. ; 1
In many ca-es the Hermdy was given Kcretly. j
... ..wer $352,000,000. Trouble Outside of I ,' taken their place., $.513.300; Hmilation.: n3.337,7"0 n.crease I cheerfully recommend and In- procure abstracts of title, buy or j i

: Scranton. Pa.01', 22.- I, feelings! Weak $731.(Con; l.ell: tt n <'rs. $ ".- rt h re White Ribbon Kemedv Members of sell real estate, rent property of I '
.. tll.lucial institution* of no life to en tel our I'clon are delighted to find an economical any description have rents collected :
workers through their '
( 1 ;
47,4co. Increase U.311):::: ; Specie.90s.coa. treatment to aid us iu our leiuper-
', ,iii- the following: : have agreed; with the irh.e I pleasures, irritable ( aniv w orfe." or your taxes attended to, : I
( I ;; decrease 122i:; )) ; R4's(>tnt
call ;
general dispirited Drosgi'-tsor! bySmail: n. Trial package on or address Thos. C. Watson : j
CAPITAL. attpnijit ti a/ljih-t the .' cold "Iwar :t3.4.6.tln.: increase 577.000 R-- :
feet : free & Co., Real E-tate and Insurance 4
,td $ !Nii>47it5; I:;; i=tir.s thni o'ltside ot : All these symptoms I'I'rl"I'lur! (>d. ?21S.P2.G25.!: :: decrease by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for. AgentPeuacoU, Fla. Charges! '
... . 'I years secretary of a Woman's Christian i
. 3iZhl4J: JO
.. ." ]I thracite ('.)a! strike (,..: !' and weakened organs; $';2S2''><); Surplus $111,520.075. increase Temperance Union>, 218 TremontSt. moderate. To everyone who buys f I : I
2., t.I"NI)
Jy The (.'-.Jj lIsltion35 mail: !es follow the weak -Ol.Gf.o: HvU. a lot from tie we will lend tl
. 2:) j I t.J.I1) $ : ; S. deposits, $2)7-:!!) ., Boston, Mass. Sold In I'ensacola by money .
"omrt'h'r.shcJa: the female organs ai I Hannah Hros.. .' ; I'alafoi with which to build a l.ou-e. 8J-tf J
; ? ?. and '" 51i,20fl.! :! / increase 1.177.G:5.:: 1 it. st i
fl7i( W2.: : .h it d.I)". Save your I I'
is exixxted.' will hi- -- .
at oi-e | I l If .r1APS'I'
,, i'
by taking
U II.I.COX. 'laiiagrrnill upon with a rea -or.ahl110:11': '! I Mill Operatives Thrown Out. i I Ir'irlott' \j.lnr\ *..,to.... i I I ; I

": : .., Kla.II mf'r.titt} the aid of th. :) : :X:.. C..N..0; ''2'I'hoisnns j I If siII'o: of tI: It'l :'!.! .';! on the empty - ..... ------- i .

IItS [0,. Asent.FU. The rough pn.po-ition.! ,,- \ (') I : Regulator I 01! mill ovrativi.s; have ben (nuiih.. !'..(-;> 11.1.1 It lin.iigHUil with LOS 1'--White bull!! terriTdoa:;,weight I

form the ha5 pound.. One half the .
i. : : menstrual reguhtoi bead and an ear black. Reward j! ,(
lc: per cent increase in tlr.c down of five of the ;
waues. : Cannon mills. in t'ght' 1"xl-
\ painful profuse, for
return to Sidney Hale, Dtnnheier : ,
hour day, and tra.K-! a .. ; 're'.ed menstruation, l J.V. Cannon. owner of the mills. Italian IKM-S 'II'"* generally ndinittol! I5ro*. I'Julw t

S nliiK, Nurliinr.l.i fwt-en the miners and the tt cetera. 1ko1Ut) states that the scarcity! of coal: Is thecause. to U.- superior to tin- lil.u-k. loC>t.i. They -- i ..

,. >uis Anderson of whom they arc cal '1yei. :' of form are the re I He can give no idea as to are Letter workers aid wore easily cou- I

:til docs what the 'I' (lflIgtrlStS l. Ourbook, when the mills will resume. The Can trollitl.Dnsiirs. ) hlIt.i'i'Il'hIh"I. ;
""- "' .
-- "" -
::1 will the days of I HERR KRUP DEAD.Great i for Women. free. non mills bleachery and mills XO,;. nat: qn' ens are pirfectlyliarmlc K1NDEROAP.TEX School ;
CO.. ATLANTA GA.I will be
.' r.. annumbered.. Their Gunmaker, and the 1, 2 and 3 have! shut down, and the !" s ami ini\' handled as softly opened at 3;) Wright street, f' ,

runs ('\\hecKnnd 1 I In Germany. I I Caharras mill will! close today. as a fly. Qiwvns uLly u-c their stings Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret Maclay.

.. 1..II.tilts adjusted .-.Iwl.f" Rwlin. N22.. I !
-Hwr oa u'lii-r lm"t'ns.It SOstf .
am Ii >e(- -i.sHj-.
great gunraaker and the Lest Arm In Firing Salute. I is hardly worth while to move bees -- .

Germany. died suddenly of : Sum.ithllI.liflu and was the jwem problb- I Austin. :\OY. :22.: -Putins an ofik'ilvisit l for the Hike of petting rid of ingths. l".>r f-ulo ur Itoiil. ; i

4 o'dock! this afteinoon at his of General! Frederick D. Grant, I Vigor and strength a'-e the most reliable -S-----------------S----S--S.---------S--S.--S-------- I
I ; it cvuld to t-ui>- FOR KALE Rent
or A 1
Hufgel. U. S. A., commander of the department protection. country I.
home2l2 miles from city, one mile
lU-es almost entirelyat !
\\' '\'(' that this laud- of Texas. to Governor Sajersesterday. cease from car line, adjourning Mrs. .

TRANSPORT .' ;ii>ly raiiirttl; the \. Bob itcberts, employed in the bl' lIning of winter and it Is Baars' property on Bayou Texar, I
I al salute to the officer had exceptional i if any brood comb is found where of fish
l .. C'hlmi-e Immigrants firing a army plenty are caught. I

f"I !Ingalls, With General Miles mines rank gambling: ; an arm torn off ana was otherwise during that season For further particulars apply at
I All nnfiutsluil comb honey in supersEhonld 402( West: Belmont street. Slolm I I
Strikes a Reef. !Hi<'M of life, and the injured by the explosion of one of tha J
I eP tht-ui away. I camion. Roberts will recover.How's I be carefully removed from the I ,
I hives and ..Iacla w-curuly and For Befli. t
Manila. Nov. :22.! -The (' has hud acftril-I ____ t ;
kept clean end bright
transport Ingalls with i its policy.; It now ('hk- !I Tills! C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances, !
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I, on board struck a rf white I I tin-re i iil a stiilidontly I We oiler One Hundred Dollars reward etc. Apply toVm.. Blainer. Thos. ;

the harbor of 1.-(' Gaspi 1.'H' n I ; iMHiuUtiun ,gambling; I ANXIOUS MOMENTS. Johnson of Dan Murphy. L'Solm? !
for any case of Catarrh that KOIHP of the anxious hours ofa I I
mot ---
bay. southeast Lu7on to liy i The gambling; --- -- I
I still aground. Sh'\ is cot In !' i to ClimeM.1.-IxiuluU I cannot be cured ty Hall's Catarrh mother's life are tho! e when the I IIA11tGO'H. 1 jMIt4.

Cure.F. little ones of household have the ..------------------...-.... ..
!| ?er, however. The weather I!i i J. CHENEY, & Co., Toledo, 0. croun. There is co other medicine SARAH HEIRNE-Manufac- I. 1

I I and it is expected that the We, the undersigned i have known soelfective in this terrible maladya turer and dealer in Hair Goods i!

II I will float the next high tide., i 1 > \Vrotia!; IMuoc. F. J. Cheney, for the lat 15 years, Foley's Honey and Tar. It is a Hat Toilet Articles Hair Oil' I

nlcatlon with the shore is i I ; Sj : ui-.h war n-wnt- and believe him perfectly honorable I household favorite for throat and etc., 320: West Government street !

i| if the lagalls does not float 1 l ( Mrrctary of the in- i i iu all l>UMiie-s transaction* and I lung troubles, and as it contains noopiates ,,

.. 1.I -4>'" t he claimed a IK-II- i! financially able to carry out any obigatioL -I or other poibon it can leI .
j water relief will be \V ANTBU.
I : of that he had l made by their firm. iveu.V.. A. D'Altmberte
". "i'.a: initiator.r. : from this city. i ins | i ii safely -- -
iI:1 ; ;; army shoes 'llw i 'VEST&TRtAXVholesale 121! S. Palafox St. '
."M; fl'I dry tLe j WANTED-All kind of beer ,1
| \ I>rni5t;:. Toledo 0. --- --- empty
.. exhaustive course j 1
bottles. H. A. Friedman.
Run r-rench i W.U.DINU KIXSAS & MARVIN i,9tfWANTEDOrganizerswepayshck
on Savings \. to the conclusion! :i I If you want a nice present to give i I
"<>r juirt of i Wholesale Dru 'ists Toledo. O.
New Yoik Nov. 22.-Tbe j
a pensionable I i | to friend. and look through the I 4
S Cure go ;
1 rri7l, : Hall's Catarnth is taken internally ; :
French ordinary savings
on I II '
''''. J: nJI.'nI I I: ; say: 'Torus are acting directly upon the i I II elegant line of suitable articles at accident, death and old age benefit :

I j! u, --aryIt contiuuM says a Paris % ( ]i are seldom iucapaci I I I blood and mui-mi* surfaceof the I! J. I. Stephens, you surely can find ; top renewal contracts. American J t 1

\ : '- :,dt Times by way of I/mdon. ; they al'e the reini-dy ;'i -,.::tem. Price 75c. per bottle, Hold; I j j something tll please you. If you I Fraternity Wa hin2ton. D. 'j II 1

,\ '..-11 : !:!Io-'l I. .(,t als since the beginning! of I !"; "tll.! -4' rf ll'h_(, 8II\.; ,", by all drug R'ist Tf-timoiiiaU free. j want anything him in the before Diamond: line I C. 25; '.)-oawtfMOLER i
be to see buy. ,.
". M rui' i ii,.. The amount to $21.Ot.II NM>. Xo !! : i ) $ palrl'lnnl 'Y uu ltt mlt Hall's Family Pills are the best. sure you .I .t !I ,.

,-. i:)i,I ft' twu rollers, explanation hasnfu\ given, !1 his military 't.'r\'kt'. : O.A. S V O :XXI: V. -- ; -' -- I ( Barber College, New" (>r- I I

I I 'Hi! .': siiit.ililo! nau.j cwrespondect remarks. that oNites.'k! him to KO to a < Liiopj j ,eari the itt K Yi Hae isaysgat&e & \mSEH\L; l'1t": cn Cm.hl'l>I'II i lean! La.. wants men to lear!!:.. '

:j.-. J .. uj> ; ',. .' slon of the nuns. i is (' I i i; t1' II Following i js schedule of the instructions tools presented, ;
u mi the un- I j of & ..a( fovernment steamer General French wages Haturdavs, board provided I '

.1. r .:.' i i... This can be I I which TilE NEWS prints for the Itaiutifully illustrated catalogue t
Train Service i' llurlzontall: )'. Ueneflt of the merchant* who ship and particulars mailed free. '

Fort Woith, Tex.. Nov. :22. '; :: .- MaUeu a holiday The Beer I ;heir goods to the various army I : c
I" :or.- of JI'I), tin. Van- | I '
tire railroad: train service ('t : : / try j I I ;posts : WANTED goodman

I I.. uu8113I1ht'ihi.- demoralized! hy the i| triv which has the Leaves Fensacolft. ...... _. .., 7nna. m., I South to po to I I I
"i is ( -t of That I Leaves Harrancas.... '" .. ..on 7::" a. m. Africa to run a Raw bench .
babjhoc.d Li.i1 rains. Tht-re has lo KHII no ; : l' !growing; Madej I Leaves I'lckem .. *:I'J'!) a. Ill.I and who i is able to look after a I t' I
I 1'1 milt by the advice to tills : the I KiJf :' dup i ii I II I Leaves ]:arranca> .. .. ... K:15a.: III.I moulder and to take earn knives i (
Pacific trains city
I' raised large fumiM i L nlioiit ten old, I Leaves Pen>acola ...... .. ...I'tJJ" a. rnArrives and '
> years I saws. Apply to C. \V. I.
east since yesterday. All j BnrrnDC II :Iu a. m. and then Hagerman : I

..... I-I'd w.-re: eonskk u few-red hotnvs the are dt-Uyed many hours by I j i (' .its, as present the result jHisition.; ot a j' ANriH I R r FMUVICTORIA A 1 U U1:0 I,, makes to a P.arraacH-trip to tort McKve auJ teen returns Theiseu Kuilding. notf '
I The Trisco liner from here ; Leaves Knrrancai .. 1:1:) p. m. 1'
t uMiiltfr of the bousoii'indeii man has not bf-e'j U ed for '! iipv.urd ami down 1 i Leaves Pickens .. ... 1:25:: p. m.Lt'IIt.s WANTED-3X gentlemen to j.Jln' : l I :

to after evcry- grown ever i-ine''. ; Pen sacola ... ..... 41\.1: p. m. the Pen-acola .
: Pressing Club I
9'.j '
... f
Left Property to Ll'aI'lck..os 6:15: p. m.
v\ "- done.! On the otherii I ;' ; .: just as if the po Arrives Karranrns *a:'*) p. m.rp and makesPKOIESSIOHAL ; South Palafox. Clothes cleaned .L LI
: it' m.iiiy inollierslio San Pn-n. i-o>. Nov. :22-? to McRr-e and turn. and pressed, called for and delivered t 1 I

I I 'I l wNdoui in their care I nail T P. I IIkhl" iufl. of 1 On Wednesdays Saturday: the I for SI l per month. l.Hnlrn I

1 L.d that it is so. TheyK lof Mrs. XitOwe:! ..who met 1I 1I I I --f' 1'\';: D.l. MADE BY ACME I5REWINO com | lodtwi'l: 1 leave li.irrancas: ;: via Pick. i' ,

I t.::ths and at death! i'. par" <'r %\ ..';nt'.sl! .. ins for I'eii'vicola at B::40 p. m. I'Oll p 44s.i..L;. I ,
uaps : \ r IO-CKNT: 1.()Tn.t; iiKii: The General French is for army 'f.
i \en though the dishes (eiv< d a il'; ?i.a; <''i i-niii !her : -- -- "
u veil!, the throwing : and outsider I t
IN: TOVN.D.NNHEISSER I ;purposes only any mu-tI : r
IT|| waits. In such forpiins: h< .' flit! : hf >.:, ,'l can be had in one of :, I
... I :>M \ luck. etc.. s<- 'm to I :aave a pas from the quartermaster I the finest residence and desirable
1 all her --.\ t !1. 11 BROS most
ir !
iesirc usually strong ; i | I intenst for till pub | o take i ai-Ba::f- <> i I
sections of
i p'cniriof'! health and cnt-.,. '.,is. -:.,... :1 r ,. J i ,r nid I Northwest Hill, :
a new elurrniiiR/ AOEN1S FOR THE CELEBRATED i iI. subject' to guaranteed lease at fair
,\I",'ra1n Cultivator. torr-..; .- n.s: .,' ,', -f for I
fur the thr.wiig of three Plan of house
I CAEDS.Otte years. can ,
--- I ed tl-.i* 1 L ''.". v '' : I. W. HarDer Bisiey. ; be seen at glfice. A. V. Clubbc
bride ami
I ;: bride .. .. .. .. my I
--- ----------- --- '
> fi< .IIIut Snip. the I lif> ;r ;" .p-: .v Main Hou e-401 S. Palafox street. ] Pensacola. Cn-2w
i W. C. ROWE M. D.
> t II lit soup is a cVlighti until I In i' "i :.. ..f I seems I is Chinese. It H.: Kichanire: -Orp. Union Depot |I '

i a quart of nutsoxer ceivc! :y; IP' \ ": tn i mimed <(
,' them with threeS twice( a w" !; a'' -. a...-- with Phonal lR- f.H, in the city on eay terms, by
I of nrMbiT sori-er- ___ -I I Hoars from f to v .At a.. m. and 1 to S P. nand I ,
1 f <-,-eery! a small Mad I I, tionato wnn-e of ti'-'iilb \i conceiviu': a plan to I Ij n after 7 o'clock I i L'Ol1.the; Fi-her South Palafox.Real Estate Agency, I ;

1 .1 l .iy II'ut.s soon as i j decces ThrtMiph! all the k(' ; persuaded: her parents Notice is bert-hy isiven tbat tlif unilerkienod I 3Tlioilo GO.r ,_ 18:11m
thfJutb of
,' j on ilny brccinbfr.1'juJ. .. -- ----
i<'!mler mash
; her admonition tr perfect i i iI :>tn his suppo>ed son !. apply to the (o\ernor of the state aFiorlOs -- BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler .
"I.I i to the fire add twor I for letters patent Incorporating V.Springs
I her art. Her Iwttrs bhow U*
.K-I I j chose the most unI an<1 uur aisl Dain avcordnc.sihb the laws I Mary Either, Fla.. Mrs.
.t. ", of
a salSpoonful
I was afraid_of the_Russian & I[ wedding: the day of Florida, under ibe lollowui: charter, to- I I Condon proprietress. All the .
t iu .ii cupfuls( of )hot m! i wit comforts of ,. .
I home at
) Pheasant" was in j i very reasonable
I I. Tlit-rmnioof the corporation shall be
OANC1.K: ; ClKiil flY UIX> '
: Itotls. removo to a ,
I tititht.'n the link! I| "The Oiceolal'lub Company and Its place rates. tourists will ,
of iustove i nd stir: i ia i i of lIu*.1D"u. KafAtubia county, 1-lorlda.J I ;_ .W / find this: an ideal place to spend a '
,,, beaten with' a half rnj>- All kin and P.loinl nieas, I i iMr chair the spirit: bird I .fht-fentral( nature of tbr business to hetran II II I portion of the season./ I2nlm '
hall be
ucted tie
: with his Jlowt'rful II acUisition by pureha I
:Strain the soup. Just *. M. I,. Adam, -' 'I _e or otber.. is" of real ami ptr3onaprop.'rty. 1 ,
: llossfli: gave diree- the boldide.! U>-'', rental and dispo'ition f
4 it into the! tureen ;1\1.1 I Ilul
took Botanic mod l>.ilm. ': thrown out at th' by saleof tbetaniHand the doing I CHOICEST ;
I :
I of Ihitlj' chopiied chtr- I of a'l' things incidental to said b'ilhntSConcntvflt
ecftually cured an eatm r I} !passed out unhnrmed I i or necessary for the carrying I i ""
the no-e and face. The : was devouring it. out of said purposes -OFAT-
perfectly. Many :1.! The amount of the capital .tock sballl I ,
I 'i>- In ( Irmilni: up i l be J5i..w.(.', divided Into bars of >li'*< inI
.\l.ervvare use ammonia j iven up her ca: !e as '!. I I each and shall he pa)able. In ca&b upon the : FRUITS AND FECTLONER1( f 1
dreds of caeof cancer i :I completion of lli* organization of Ibis con !
I { :: '
: wa-h it in. To clean sores, >uj>ni>ratiuir ..well always use the stron- pany. The stockholders may by by-law? ;.

S. w-nsIibowIs. tr.imte. I have been cured by have It scaMin: ?; hot adopted by a three-fourths vole, and
I amendable only by alike \ote. plai- sucnrestrictions :
1 I.1 ioM'io. washing in L ; Ainooj* other., Mr*. B. M. 't' } >t.'l' s ropy and \\1I1: and limitation upon lbs right I :!

I 1.\\unL To clean a i Warrior .'tand, Ala. Hf-r I 1 t o dispose of stock,and t be person! to\\ horn S 0. APOSTLE'S 1
it may "transferred atbe> may deem lit. ,
> -,. a piece of lemon lip were raw as beef, with { ; The said shall
.. i corporation exist for
I j' Kiil well. Uet1 oio di-charge; from the eatiti i,1 <1ti ,-. ninety-nine years from tbe date of granting 14 East Govern! SI, : I
Doctors advi-ed cuttnitr.; : of Als-l.t-CLapclle: : letters patent to it. Looks
; "h"l" 1:1 1 shall be &
5. The business conducted
: : failed. Blood Halm ': fj two wtekb' im- and by aboard Formerly Cordova Restaurant HtamS :
11 !\J 1 clothes in. and It of five directors a president n
''I sore. and Mr. l i w ho carelessly threw secretary and tieasurer. TbE'dlrt'ctors sball One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75 .

1':11:: !"MUtifully whit and well as ever. JJoutiic Hlo ,, : in a forest near be elected annually 10 be held at a on meeting tbe urn of Mon Ibt''stOt.'li.bolden : Up to With DelightThat's to $2.00 per dozen.iJIDNEJ .

i al !o cure eczema, itching ;; no damage was: day I? liecember of each, and the officers I
scabs and scales, bone shall be elected by tbe board of directors : I ::1. !
,. I offensive pimple*, blood at a meeting to be held on the I Gas Illumination awe
r r j .il dyrasty the world i same dy. I'ntil the first election. A.M.l
;1. :, which: buncles, scrofula, risings I i ion )' Cold Avery shall be president A. A. Brooks secretary provide it for the home. properly
-i. goes: Luck 'ia-L I the km and all blood and treasurer, and the said persons DISEASE
: : '...>0 died: from colds .... sewed 11g
3'lun.I Druii ts. n iare together with U. K. Uyer, Jr.. K. Hager through;; non-leaking pipes, J
in battle. man and J. M. Roberts, shall constitute the -. -- ,
:..Sample of Botanic Blood | board of directors. fittings and fixtures, from the plainest : I

I and prepaid by writing < 6. The highest amount indebtedness! to : U3tha1xtfat11c1LUd. !
(> \ <>ar.' Toriiirr. Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe : HARDLY GET UP. hlcb the corporation can at any time ubject > single jet: article to the most :
Itself shall* !.!;,".,.
vt-d from torturing disr ,. :. and pecial medical advice Ashley lit writes : .. Ibe said subscribers subscribe for the ornate chandelier.Gas u.u. -I :
I .1
ealed letter. It i is following amounts of stock to-wit ifOLEY'S
: : y years' torture inir ht while investigatin such a that I have taken I II A. I. Avery .._. ... ,.. .. .. .. 10 shares lighting is still the recognized I '
A. A. Brooks lu "
: Kidney: Cure l I'TIIL
: ..' ;gratitude: of any out 'able remedy as Blood K.Hyer.Jr. .... .. .. .1'') safest illuminant and the gas we t
\\ DeWitfs Witch 1! the most awful, worst I: me more than any .. .11. Hagerman.......... "._" ... 10 ..
S Hazel 1 deep-seated blood diseases. : J. Roberts... ... .... .... .. .. Ii) I. furnish ranks with the best.
: ,r C. Haney. Geneva, O. I : I tried many adi i r 1

DVitt'Vitch but none\ of them ii I i &) libares.In May we have the pleasure of a call or 010017 ftfun&d.ptnudlu Cossthi
Hazel : relief. 1 witness whereof tbe above mentioned
S My druggist t .
: ,.i me of piles after I had I, km the A V& Kind Yffli Ha.9 >. I 1 Foley's Kidney Cure'I' subscribers nemes.atgned! have hereunto signed their from you. nccfnlzid Inr tzsl I

: tv years.' Cures cuts. SJptue #+-# me. Before corn I ( ) A. :M. ATEgY. tntphyik1'n'uthskstfoKLizisy

w dskia diseases Re- I of ( ', =e I was in such a A.liKOOKS W. K. UYEB.JE.: Pensacola Gas S Co tod Bladder troubka! :

't-rfeits. hardly pet up 1 J. M. KOBEKTS,
Hargis': PharS Foley's ,, 5
Honeyed "
I W. A. D'Alem- :: K. B.liAGBBMAS. p.1id1J1b

ppard. Sidney Kahn. I No I I St. I| novlToaw 25 and 27 Garden St., Panuccla, Fla W. A. D'ALEMBEBTB.THE ,


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1 .......................... AN UNPARALLED RErok!'

s THANKSGIVING j" HAD TARGET Cherry Pectoral -

j jT : PRACTICE quiets doctor tickling will explain throats.this.Your He

btered at the Poet Office at PensacoU, PROCLAMATION ,
I *..iiwond-clftss mAt tfOr. + + i knows. Trust him. iZtt.'xS: 1 100%

OrriCKfufi Building, l1Ji Bouth: : I
=halos:street, up-staire. --- "
4 t In conformity with the time. i THE ESCAMBIA RIFLES SPENT .
+ honored and beautiful custom j Cleaning ladies skirts and waist

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. of our people, and in reco nl- J i SUNDAY SHOOTING AT REAL ESTATE i Is one of (''".r specialties [Star Lann.I .

0 tion of the proclamations of the ;I I dry. During AngrutEVEK\( I\ r

d Terms: Invariably in Advance. president the United States I TARGETS. the death claims'' paid in tin/ I( : .

Qai Year by Mall .. . ..... ............_KOulx j: of America!and! the governor C. M. J TRANSFERS I Hot Rolls, at 5 ti. m., lOco States and Canada by tL.F) ,, .

Months ... .. ..... ... .. .... ::50) 1 oftheSta'eo.'F'orida.I Jones, Mayor ot the City, of .* -- a doz., at Solomon's. ble Life Assurance; i Sucietv 'w'"

One Week by Carrier Payable Monday lu : Pensacoladoherebyurgeuponour The Escambia Rifles, under com paid within one day after rt-r",, .

Rates Furnished on Application 0 citizens, without respect mand of lieutenant Maddox, held I Till proof.
Mtertiairg to creed or religious belief, the transfers I
f J propriety of observing Thurs0 *+ j target practice Magnolia, Bluff 1. .. t;-liiflARIOC3" county Anil during no utnntir,,; n .
I day, the 27th of November, A. I .....{ ,, I "
:JA OCGflOEkY C CO year Ilils tile
|perccnlag.I I ,
D. 11K12! as a day of praise and yesterday, leaving the city at 1 p. m. .,. recorded I"
FY ,
ulvlof4 f ,
thanksgiving, consecrated to in Mr. Hargis' launch and returning: \ during the weekending
the Giver of AU Good, for the '
ti.PENSAOOLA 0. many blessings and mercies at G 1'. m. Out of a possible 23;:;, the r .A ; ;\ Saturday, \\1 JIule: tIe and This excels the Soci> ::. ".

f granted our people during the *. following individual! scores were ..: ....,.'" ".',t Nov 22, 1902, all of Itctail Grofrr. great record. It has uev :
NOV 24,1902ANNOUNCEMENT. 0 past year. 0At # which are reported been approached by any u:' -
this season, when the made, the figures; being kindly fur- 0(:../ I IIKADQUAUTKUS FOH pany.
/r for THE NEWS by
f year with its harvest of garnered nished TilE NEWS by Sergeant Abt,
0 hopes and achievements, 9 Thos. C. Watson; & Co., real estate Family, Fancy and Staple "Strongcht in the W.irlil' who acted score keeper. The scores
agent: < Groceries < THE EQUITABLE LIFE \1;
I I :
THE NEWS management takes is fitting that one day be set were as follows: William Fisher and wife to Mrs. fc fc ANCE OClhTOF : \
1. for the giving of thanks .
{ t pleasure in making the announce- .9 for the past and iu blessings, First Itound. EffieRiver?-North 6) ft of lots 3J2 and All Kinds "f Fancy THE r.NlTKI1 t. i .

J and for the offering of prayer *+ I Ii i Total and 313: Old City-?(j5O. Goods.

r ment that it has; secured the services 9 for the future and its pO:5: ;ibili- ''Lieut. Maddox. .... ... .;34 54 4-20 David Perry to L. V. Green-SVJ4 We are Sole Distributors for Wet

ti-L.- '! of Mr. John G. Ward, who will have + ties. And I would espfdally ** I' :5ergt. Abt..... ..... ...0 0 0 -13- 7'Sergt I of blk 9S, West King tract-$ .!5. Florida for the Celebrated Cafe du OOWLES BUGS.,
Y that all aside for the
: urge put Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Molaps *-
= Car.3( 340 414Sergi I Edward A. Hau-s and wife to W.
.a full charge of the business management 0 d lY the cares cf business, and 0 "' Illini and Climax Flours, Bayle' Gt'nf'ral.t"I1' ..
: that by the closing of all mencantileestablishmentsofwhat- Morich ---------I 433 L. Hall-fiouth .'.. of bt 2, West Century .Delicatessen German Am; e r i can '

: t of this paper. : Kergt. Hauteman .... ...3.543 R-I'I -S37 oO Food Cn.'. Canned Meals, Etc. All 309 H. Palafox St.. f'E>. \( ,

9 soever description all concerned Corp. Greenblat.... .... .2 223: W. W. WolfB and wife to J. I.. of which are sold ball first-class I I ?,,BI
THIS is Gala Week: in Jackson- + be given an opportunity to 1 Retail Grocers in the city. I -
r ? offer thanks and thus make the Private\loore..33: 4-17 II Keller-Block: :3l
ville. -- 9 observance of the day as gnn- +. ': Private Sutherland.... .3 0 3 3 2-11 New City-Sl.lOO. HII.--Ol SOUTH I'.UiU'OX I Carolina Portland

i" 14 TAMPA now has an opium joint. + eral as it should be heartfelt *' Private Sutherland... .3 0 0 0 0- 31 P. W. Jones and wife to W. M.Birnett ,

The times: must indeed be out of : and sincere. 0 I Private Liudrum ..... 0044 :3-Ill, -Lot 3. blk 01, and lot 3, blk
Given under hand and
9 my
tf h joint down there... the seal of the City of Pen=a- I Second Hoiiiut. si, New City-?:2WO! I ; Cement Co.
--- J. Mouton and wife William hARDBRICK
1 0 cola this the twenty-second Total J. I
:4 T n TIlE coal barons and the miners 9 day of November, in the Year I Lieut. Maddox... ......50 -II 4-17 Olson-Lots; 1 and 2, blk ICO, New \ II I:

t t{ have settled their dillereuces, and of Our Lord one thousand nine ; .Sergt.;\ Abt .. .. ..... :2 224 City--flOO.Thos. : BIRMINGHAM, ALA
hundred and T
the dear people will, as: usual, pay : C.two.M. JONES e+ I dergt. Caro..3. :! 3 3 u-10'' de :-;. Tucker and wife to J. -

P i the freight.; .0 Attest: Mayor I Sergt. Morich. ... .. .. .. 4 1.41 D. Wetmore-Blk 1C9! East King: .

, 4 ----- : W. C. JONES 5a I :;er.rt.; Hautemau ...... .4440 4-10 I tract-ICOO.' Stockof Portland all Huh;:! (,n. "j i,. _
can Cement ,
g i THE Polk County News is opposed G : '
l:>I'.t' t t: to the primary system. Our distinguished Clerk. ANLock Corp. Greenbl.H..5 1) 3I 4-:21! / U. H. A. to M L. Hall-East '., of ,: German "Saturn." (i. r1i1'l: :

; must be ..00..a..0..... .a..... PrivateMoore44544-:22!, ne !.,' and n .'., of se ra, sec 30, tp & u, land Cement, Kill;!- :\. r. (' .
1 contemporary -- -- !' Planter, Iopudole C, 11.. It. k
Private Sutherland -3233: : :!-IJ: r 32 w-H'd.
.l stuck on solitude. : In Tlnrlrrn. Norfolk Purt.m"'II. ( Lieu\ -
i --- Private Hutherl.lud..u 2 3I 4-13 H, F. Maneely and wife to Lucinda Savannah. Jack un\ lilt; .. "',

HOME people might think it the I By ;sending 13 miles Win. Hpireof \ 'I Private Landrum: ... .. .3402 4-13 ,jI Edwards-Part of sec IS, tp2s, r :30\ Mobile; New Orl.wUlho'1'0'
Walton Furnace Vt., box of ALflfllS\\ ON HANDHALF. .
-g irony of fate that Thanksgiving Backlen's: Arnica Salve, got that a wholly I The highest; individual score was J w-f:'). We Mills alo; wherever makes; .' i;.' :.t- ,i::r,.,': 1'1, _
w- t ,' '
/ "
rat x should come just before! congress! cured a horrible Fever Sore on his made by Private Moore, whose average I Lucinda Edwards to Chas. Thomas freight rate. So- .- I: '.t.i' f

t 1 tv once more cuuveues. leg. Nothing else could Positivelycures Same f 1. "Alabama" ..
property and I n:, I'
22. All these shots -
Bruises Felons Ulcers was were j I
J. A. McDavid et al to J. P. Har- Brand" Portland ( : \Il| :
'rj # F : Boils, Burns, Corns and Piles. made at 100 yards..lsieep i . lia .
rf Hydraulic Nu (
r: -.1 >
I i HEX TILLMAX is said to have become Only 25c. Guaranteed byV.. A. ri-on-I acre of Starke Grant-$1. I made near Birmiiu; ICorrespondence .

i '' h tl 1 a bondholder. Wait till he D'Alemberte, druggist;, 121 S. Pala- AIIIK }'lame.. I W. B. & S. AS: 'n. to E. B. Buck I i

such fox street ingham-Part of 221 : ft of lot 16 -TO-
c s, runs up against some proposi- : Solicited.
------ into home :
Breaking a blazing ;
I >r tion as holding his: tongue.THE and lots 17 and IS, bik 11:: Maxent
some firemen lately dragged the II lONE
THE OFFICIAL ; tract, south of Terminal Co. right of
1 J ,t I z president had bad luck on sleeping; inmaes: from death. Fancied way-$450; MILLION ; Save Ionev by n
+ bear hunt but those security, ani death near. It'sthat il frtjrir
; that Mississippi u i/ '-
A. D. Alfred and wife to H. G. De-

''a who.wish. see his finish should wait ELECTION RETURNSTallahassee ,[ way when you neglect coughs !I Silva-Lots Band ? in blk 135::\ East tare at Marston $ ('fll/il1'

for his great grand :stand piay with and cIJIJ Dnu'td0 it. Dr. Kny'sNew : King tract-?!.

9 .7 the trusts and the taritl.MK. -- ; Discovery for Consumption' H. J. Bluiner and wife to Mr?. A. Get Our Prices Great Furniture En: "

I I : Nov. :24.-The election gives" perfect protection au'aiuat* all .\. Doi/ley Lot 2S and u 10 ft of lot Before ,
I / ,1 DKi'tw thinks that the time ,* Throat Chest and Lulu froubles, i 27, b.k 10', Maxent tract-UUO. rllun.
-t returns from every county in :1 : ---- --
Beep it near, and avoid sullernig !
E( had came lor a partial readjustment
the state have been received at tile !".le.r.ii i and doet"r's bills. A tea- i .\ \'i.lnltIIIk pi'Cn.up Oirnl. i Purchasing.Capacity i
n f of the tariil.! It will soon be lU urk -
-po'jutul cough,
: stop- pf ri-t-1: "IiI-t winter an infant child "f'
( ; a' der for the leaders of the g. o. p. to otlice of the secretary of Hate, and rut u-e the iiio-t stubborn. Jiarm-i I --- !
I| mile had croup in violent form
4 fl t "readjust" the senator; and hisTlfcWe. the state board of canvassers ha i j less and nice tasting" it'- ;naranteedto : I II j' says Elder John W. HojjM'S, a Christian I
s W. .\. iY.\wbert121:! ;!'IWf'f'n I'ontmcola Mili.n I
j satisfy by and
? 1& made the ciKclal; canvass and declared :I Palutuxitret't.. Price 50o and fl Evangelist, tf Filley, Mo. "I i
--- --- -- I i ft gave in r a few doses of Chamber- 50,000 Dally} KIIIIH .Dill)' Ixci |I" S lIIllft)

pis q ); 'JUi liltn; ; tjrC'liinj'1\ r.fiuuet I the results as follow : Trial I l1.tdfr.l. lain's Cough UtiueJy aud m a shoit I iI iI "

/ time ali danger; was past and the "CITY OF TAMPA.
/ is LOW installing a new IItele'JtH'ih;: i tieagrtfrstceii-Kiist district ,
child recovered.1: This remedy: nut I ... .
.V Milton ': > l.\ I i' Iu I '
'M, plaLl, by no meaus indicates for :S. M. Spaikmau, oG)7; ; Stcouadistrict i RAILROADREDUCES only cures croup but when g.ven; I \\rfeuiHcdlii" 'sm amr \I,,'"i.,
.brother Mm'all's spaikling paper Is'I i; as soon ,ia the first ? ,
-ymptom appear Farr-fuuuin "
? for Hubert W. Davis, i li..ll-l; ; : i! h'
c4 at all ""terelJtyt.l'u" m style and : will prevent the attack. It contains IHejHDlan Brick Go"i
i I Third district, for Wm. B. Lamar.42'J4 no opium or other nu.infulubtance
make-up. I
c,t, --- -- --- ,and may be given U'i confidently to
.:! ; for supreme court justice, JEWELER\/ IN HIS
adult. tor-ale
to byall
a baby a- un Pine !
THE ptio-pluto mines of Alachua I Barren. a
Win. A. Hocktr l( ,2I5. ---- druggi-ttand 11'1'l1.cille dealers.A I :_!! :_

exhaust-ti For Secretary of State: -H. Clay I i' MiiKitAh orriii.: NEW STAND

? ; dustry is likely to leave a portion ot : Crawford, 10,4iS.: CO INTO EFFECT CHRISTMAS :' The undersigned; will give a free NEW STORE @ HEW COODS 1 \

P tt' ; ; s i the county unlit for ajucultunil \I Ipurpo"e. For Comptroller C. Croom, DAY. rumple and Liver of labiet-L'IJamb.rlaill'4toll1ach: to anyone wanting NEW DRUGS I have moved my jewelry ->t,"I,i
I ... .
120! South Palafox fonnorh! '
I Iti.121.: I a reliable remedy for disordersof :
i 1 -- the stomach, biliousness or con pied by Bass & Cu'< and an: :
' sl r Those great northern railway sysj: j For Ilailroad Comm 5sifJntri-J tt- -- I better prepared than vr t..
Special to The Daily Xt"s: stipation. This is a new remedyand
-t- It tern that have recently added 10 percent I I All and great bargains in diamon i>, w I'
ftrson B.; Browne, l'> 6o3; U. Hudson: a good one. druggists; :

4)I !' I +l to their employees' wages; will Burr 13.21j.: Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 24.-The i tnt'dkJue' dealers.: White's Pharmacy '; jewelry let me convince, etc. Call .and -" I.
--- you.J.
d ,: l ; now proceed to e>eu things by KiSt Railroad in line'
up : FloriJa Coast : ,
SlKPHr; / l'Foiey's \ -
their freight and Constitutional amendment, providing 3 fa. qit'.s. the/ 3<'bjris / f'r or,
raising: passenger with its policy to continue the development uudu "r"l-uf'd: has opened a''II
rates 20 cent. for three additional supreme THE
per, ---- of the east: ; coa t of Flori- i j I Drug; Iu: -inHH in the Itenhaw!

j 'yyyy THE suft<;t.-tion in Mayor Jone:5'Thal1ki'I'ln : I court justices, for, 5,515; against. da, has" decided to reduce the pas- JOHN S. BEARD, buildir.?. 11MJ South Pahf'X: street II i' Kteney Jremfces

f' t. 3,121! ; majority for, 2,394. I : ; kidneys aid fctadicr r:.-'t,
proclamation that all
); ; I sengerrates throughout its lines and TORN'EY-AT-LAV.. Pernines
buriutss: houses should be closed Amendment providing for an ad- I, : I
1 branches to three cents per mile. I O15lct"=-:',U!> ThiH=tn Build hug.Otlica I U< are u"inlly kept in an up-t"-date''i j EVERYBODY LOOKS
::41it next Thursday is one that should be ditional judicial circuit, for, 5,170; "
T> This reduction will go into effect'' Hour--sti: > a. n.. to 1 II'. m, Drug Hu .in"sg.
!tt"1*ji| ?, k acted upon in order that tall concerned against; 3,12'J; majority for, :!,OH. 2:30:; p. in., ti> O.Hu; [1'. in. 1 We respectfully solicit a sharp of FOR THE BtV
December 2j; ih. :
rJtjII 4 may have in opportunity oft I Praetii' in nil utiuU Irui-ml 'ourl"11
------ .
; I .\ liusin 's- t.. 111" Will r.c' .se ; the public patronage, promiiini tl'l j|
f properly iu the day. I M rtliiijr, Hut True. (in,nipt iinil dlll"UI ,Iu..nllllilBUNK I
& give entireatifaetion, both in :
fit the Public. ; Here it i H. Call -,
( "If knew what OB
: : tt ( j GOOD "().\1I- GATlll-atl\G.: every one a grand goods and wises. I II .
a s medicine Dr. Kind's; New Life Pillsi Allow me to sny a few words n: I' Creary. They are J-iin' :
r 1 A feature of Jacksonville's Galas The Prescription D partment is! inclmjreof I ..
," write D. H. Turner, I>emp'py-! I praise of Chamberlain's Cough Cem1 work that can be turn d 'u
( Week will be tha Good Ito d Convention our Mr. W-ilterH. White, :
7 > i ia town Pa., "you'd Hll'all you havein : 1 edy. I had a very severe eolith; and : prepared to do any km I '
4'! which ito be held in that 'I E who will try his utmost to please all'
] a day. Two eks' UP has; madea cold and feared I would get pneumonia They put on India timid> r I -
r t !J city on the 1' and which, from ': who may f ivor him with thir or- best on the market, on -'. ,,i j"a
of Infallible for but after taking the second
new man mo.
'j p.i present indications is to be largely: ; : UIT-. .A. our .tuck i H entirely new' they have a full lm
constipation stomach and liver II dose cf this medicine I ftlt bi tier,
y raC; attended. Among; those who are to'' .tud fro -D, we solicit a trial order. j, tires in stock.
i4' 'I troubles; 2at!;: W. .\. D'Aletnberte'-= three bottles of it cured my cola and Dies your buggy n' i i,

be present upon this occasion are the drug store 121: i4. Pahfoxtreet.. : the pains in my cheat ,' W. H. White & Co. : fug? They can make it-" -'. i
a3 t Hon. Martin Dodge, director of "theoffle I j entirely. I am mo-t respectfully: Their prices: too lirA r' i <
4-f w of Good Roads iuquine->" : and I j jI'UO they have ample capit; il! '" ,
d yours for health. RALPH anti KRPjfillhirty'evpnth :\;IS: :
I x the to Indi-- PURCHASERSHAVE a Urlit-c11"8! carria:{.' !h"I;. : ,
among propositions I Wheeliu?; W. I).iv No. ISO. Night No. 410'' repairing husiwu. L.:t.
r 1 cussed is outinvolviug the t mpl-iy-i iIr 1
= k( 1 Va. For sale by all druggists; and 106 South Palafox Slrret.I call on them.
meet of state coulets upon the public .: ARRIVED medicine deah.rI -. I Scales repaired.

highways; toI"I1 nt\'i.i t "

t 43 A recent corre-pondeut of theN --- I Put an advertisement in The Re Herring. Bros. | 151',1'01, (urd..[. "'
Phone 57.
{ porter. ,
% } a Jacksonville Metropolis, in di-cu- I J. S. :Stearns and W. T. Culver of -
) I : C(It 1.UING, I
fog this phase of the question
r : Ludiu tnu. Mich., and John W. THHE(
,) PUBLIC. See that Each is
h Cigar : Have
J w the establishment of countyfarm specially: constructed Wazona FINE STATIONERY
upon which the convicts could :: Gary of Chicago. wealthy timber i for the removal of dead animals I
'': Stamped. I from the city !unit;.
t be employed when not otherwise and lumber manufacturers from The piano IU the contest that ha- Will
i remove dead horses or cows for
.; engaged, and where supplies sufficient : the northwest, arrived here Saturday been postponed until Dec. 24 is the I One Dollar each. i. C. V. Thompson, :N... J II I -
eP s t for their maintenance could of the Peii".icola Carnival REILLY Address HEKRINO BROS '
7 s-toppin at the Merchants hoI property I, Palafox !!street ha- ju-t "I"| I.
t; 1* be produced. I I' Association and the Jesse French SOLE AGENT. Or leaveorders Guulding- I new supply it Lit.u 'ind 1 1Paprs h:
tel. Yesterday morning the gentlemen I l-'i-j::; East Intpndencu strpet.
t" home suchdigpositionofthestate's Co has nrthinir whatever to do with white, blue und /ny, u

Tar convicts has often been suggested; ; I I chartered a hunch and wen up the contest. They are only displaying I Ii I Envelopes t-> match, Oxford : -

but a movement in this direction to Bagdad to formally in-pect with the piano until tbe drawing takes I alio Fortign Mail Tablets wi:' /F
I I i .Swansdown Flour.
can hardly be made until the expiration the purpose of taking control of the place. . velopes to match. Ink: P'I,

of the present lease, which has :! Bagdad mills it is said. A deal P xAroLA:: CAR. A S'X. Penholders, BlankbookFlle.- "

proven so profitable that any radical Per WALKER IMJRAHAM, etc., always on hand.
i which bas been on for months
reform in this direction is likely to I! 21n2 President. i HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER. I Phone 2.U:
has; about come to a head and it i is I ----
wit! the of ; I
meet strongest sort
sition. oppo : expected the rroperty of Simpson &.1! Cut this out and take it to any Fleishmann's Yeast and Swansdown Flour will i

Co. will change;: hand: today.Dinner. ;i drugstore or medicine dealer and CAB-ronXA..
-- -- --- I set: a free simple of Chamberlain's make the best bread that can be produced. Bears 1 '?' ;'
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PIANOS TUNED FOR $1.50. i iCha i :Stomach: and Liver Tablet, the best AV::;:
I Jfter I phyaic. They cleans" and invigor- 13\WE ARE AGENTS FOR BOTM./ : &g c
i ;;. W. Presley, an expert who f
t i 'itp' the atonricti.: improve the :*;ppeMte I

tuned pianos at the World's Fair. To assist ciieti: "-1. re.ieve; di tr'?3 I and r"Kalat the bowels. Rr0'n- : OUR :FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE : -

and is recently from Fischer's: place after eating ,.r dri sine! ux heartily, I lar size 25c per box. chairs and
All kinds of
: r in Philadelphia. Will give you better prevent coiutipation. takefood's ------ H.xo E'JUAL. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
:y had done I Refrigerators have a rocking chairs at .U art'itfn
work than ever or
,, no pay. Lean orders at Johnson's : Pills few left, which we will sell 1 JAS. McHUGH, Prop., New Orleans Grocery. $ Quina's. Prices are r'eri

r ft Bookstore. ISulm I I i Sold everywhere. 23 cents. \ at cost. Marston 5 Quina. I Phone 105; 8 and 10 W Intendencia St. i low.


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and MONDAY. W. C. No. sooa. i? f
O'NEAL, President
BIC SUIT S. J. ; r.t. E. CLARK, Cashier; ..
; JOHN PFEIFFER Ass't Cashier. !



Sale of Millinery r'r'We OF PENSACOLA, FLA. 1 s 4

MILLIKEN VS. SULLIVAN ACAIN Designated Depository of the United States. j

I Condensed Statement at the close of business Oct. 22, l00' t'

J have Received a Big Consigut I Time ... ,..... ..... ............ ...
Loans $346.3549S: Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... J200.000.00 j. ;
t =. : meat of READY-TO-WEAR HATS I I Demand Loans ..... ...... ............ .... 119.94a.74 Surplus Fund... ...... .... ...... .. 10,000.00 ;
the United States court this Overdrafts..... ...... .................. to. to to
fa+ Fw h p to. 53s.74 Undivided Profits..... ...... .... ..... to.. l',2(697 i
which will be 'Sold Saturday and morning the civil docket was taken U. A. Bonds! and Premiums.. .......,.... 214,2'Jti Rediscounts........... ....". ,.. ,...,. .. .. 64,071.57 '
Stocks, securites, etc... ...... ..... ...... 2,625.00 Circulation...... ...... .; ...... .... to.. .... 125,000.00 i ii t ;
Monday only at the follow ing prices: up, the beginning being the hearingof Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 Deposits .............. .... ...... ...... ...... 4:5,036,05
the suit for commissions by Judge I. R. Stamps.......... .... .... ... .......... 74.86 '
Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 17SS0592
DRAPED HATS Milliken, a New York attorney, t I
I Jr tS 3 00 175 -- \

4 Nicely Trimmed against Martin H. Sullivan of Pen- fS6'J,364.o9 t ,36U9! i
sacola. The amount involved is This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give : '!I :
your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. '. ; :
$100,000, and this is the third trial of 1
JS1.50. its for. 75t this action. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ; F : l

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Judge Milliken arrived at the Es- I !

jut i P Me v cambia this morning. He is confident s We Draw on All Markets I" j

,. ,51M0| ( () Ildla[ for of success at this trial. I' 1'F :

Messrs. H. B. Mason of Washington l.
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i| J. L. Richards aud J. L Robertson 1 I.,
-AM- ;
GREATEST HATS i: of New York, are also here in ,

ven in Pensacola, and connection with this case ani are all 1 '

r. !i domiciled at the Escambi: 3 Hold a "Full Hand." j'i' 1 '

Saturday and Monday Only. I I =7 fj r C7Cr7 L 71LL r L [ C f, Ii

Takt Laxative Crown (Quinine Tablets Inducements in Here Few of il j'
? '4 rS TbiiilgnaturM JfffJ I/ ou every Special Every Day Every Department. arc a Special Note- : i ;
-)0\V) WINDOW bux, :Joe. (P ftj&rJEWS : i iI
7' r ------- .< .< < The Dependable Kind. ..* w* .< ;' ; j 'II qI


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NOTES { LADIES' Clementina," the glove that
It dozen Cambric HnndlceKbelh. Hem- $] 00 i
stitched and Embroidered Cor- Knners |I'il dawn Ladies' Fleece Lined lrove ,!*ptclal each .. ... ..... .. U IGbbedl'e, !>,llIg \alue .. QJI 0 C "System la\." a kid glove without I
$1 50
I / Lined. E l'ilii ''i'. '
.'5 dozen Cambric Ilnndkrrclieit-, Belosidoz.. Ladies'Heece I.UUu Ilibh.-d 50" hiiunn K\miiiK Kid-, ulilti'. ffUU\ '
stitched with mbroidered Corners !l and 1'antsach .. $2 t.
The1&11 Worth '
While. > ;"I talueVorted
io!) .., iiili ralalux Street.Hello ; ,Special: each .. ...... 15c"t' ,. ...'.. i I 1
\ hull
Tis easy enough to be pleasant I l I Iu e- )and Air
\\hen lift Iowa bj iikr a song:; aildnen J.adh' t..pct'. Lined I'nion Suitshite The Celebrated "I'ltra' for 1 j '

1,1J. .s.,.ou I I But Is the the man man with worth a smile white 17 dozen dluw'anJwldt'bell1'l'elal."ch plain Ladles'bl'lI1 tllch.I All-Linen narrow Handkercbemb me- 20c, butt\\' ar.dlh..r; .. l.ray. I'.r". 50c S oe J 17 .>Women:.o'.M, Ladies'Knpiendi is witnout tin Mioi'b. Uttaian: jjruto at*: ]j j
1 G When I'\'r.thlng goes deal w rong.j i r

i --Ella Wheeler Wilcox. ...dozen bodies' All I.inen Handkerchief-., I\i. dozen Men GENTS'Heece Lined. shirts andDrawer lI"'WOOd'h ('rl.. .brated $hors for men- !:
once a wearer.alwnjsa wearer,I:',;'f'. i
Stranger i iI There were visitors to the Hemstitched with emhroidnred cor the best on earth :and worth a ,
I many nt'rIhe he-it value 25 35 and 40c dollar suit of any liiun'- money, 75c :.ill'nlJ_ \.8Ih.' }Hiitton and Lace Hhoi", (! :
0 i navy yard yesterday to inspect the ever ottered,each as long as thy last,per suit worth i.. special II :id.I I

: j big dry dock. I I I
: THIS IS 5 Pieces Fine Table Linen, Bleached and Unbleached, Cue values r
I Dr. L. M. Blocker today took up lpeCla I is S for f 11ofht I }7 I Special, Wc yard. o

his residence on West Qadsden: One Case Lonsdale,; Domestic, Bleached, lOc Goods, 8'e" yard. .

;': street. Three Pieces Fine Table Linenbleached and half bleached plaininJ: red bordpre (;*e value peeial4tlc yard. !
1i i Fifteen pieces. Fall Cutting beautiful goods for Knightgowe: { did Kimona, wurth Inc. I.\trajppcialsi3cyard.: !
1 8ers' Repository I Please: do not forget that Wednesday -

| is the last day Dr. Goldstein 'i

': will be at the cambia.,; :

e I John O. Wood has had constructed $ W. J. & B. FORBES. .$ :1 ,
509-511 South Palafox Street. : l +
I A substantial piece of masonry: ; at !1- .--- ,
his residence on East LaRm street. I

: ,-- j i LI. LIM: or-,) '
e 9Suggies I Twenty cases in the police court THE WEATHER .WILL MOVER'S. ;
today netted the city fI61. Tom

: Wagons and Harness, 2e f ,1, William being drunk, colored and carrying, was tined a ?d IUj<'lger.; : for !I TO-DAY WEST SIDE GROCERY l I. .

1 The crowd of forel ner;;, whoe ar- I Ij! .
e'oa8yessettseee. :,x+a t r.o.Q..c..e..t..o.I ....h I rival Friday caused some interest, I, Local Forecast-Kain tonu'it and Fu. ,> HAH Jl'.rr RECF.INEI' I
------ : day; cooler Tnrsda, tri-ili 1'1t.I..rl\..,uul)IiI \ FK'-.1' : L orITIM: ( Or I
have erected five : on East;;; Hill
camps I
easterly winds becoming nurtliI'.rJ'I
; Fish Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives i
1 and are trying to buy horsesto : | -- ,
ilzr'r.WiV. W 'IW( ( ( trawl oerl.ind. They will not do i Temperature in Last 2J Hours: I Mackerel, Buckuheat 111ircetneatanJllery= 'U
\ r HI n i'f IE lr n l .. ;:!(I..ltr..t<. ,
K ai.y ijii-siups* here. I Minimum ... .......... __ ... duress I tiling Kept in a Fiat=Class! Grocery, I :

The!: East Hill football eleven will
I Temperature Ehewhere: FOR EVERYDAY t'xrI1'fI: )N (fit FOR :-I'ECI.\1. OCC eIONS. ,
g Welcome/ to All\ Visitors mwt a ->iuillar a ;rr.;{atiou from Max. MID t

| Prof. Arm-tron 's!school ut Palmetto I Atlanta .. .. .. ....... ... ....1101 4s
A Car
.m. I M d of tis, Jaslly!! Celt! b'gteil lic !
Mai Flmr Just Eo gtyi
I Hu.lIItrclr.: .__. .. ........ .. ... .....I* !' il i iI '
i i l IJoach next Thur-diy, the game to I Chicago _.. .. 11 :a'> ,
be called! on arrival of the I I,Cincinnati....... ........._...........51 IIdaUeaton I u 1
o--AT--o II'J::: : p.m. .._... ... ... ....._?! 1II (> B. H. FAIRCHILD
), dummy. A line up will be, printed Huron .. .. ---....... 5" --, LIVE TURKEYS. I j
a II .lacksonville ............ 70 > I I
\Wdue-Hlay. ... ... ......... U :P:n: C> L E or :]X. F: xi .,
Kansfl ( sty .m. iii; s. A l.ui: ;* ( M>i:nin<-iit of choice; : 1
? Louis Friedman & Co'sLARGE I .'
KevV "
est 7 7 I
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. Iv'-! Tllrkf.Y> j ju-t .
i I If, when you are entertaining Memphis .. M ;>s I : t
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t 1: Mobile 7. v+> & K:! In. A1!! in 1oil.i ,1 I '|"iaiik-- :
friends you want some tiling proper |:, Montgomery 7'. 4" Curvet Work and Refinishing Furniture a ISpeciafl. ivin" Tirk'vwill. 1 he' intiTH-tid to ; i
N DEPARTMENT STORE. a or H\tr fine to serve to themend ': New New \ork Orleans "II. 14 iii'avannab know it! it t'liy, can tf.'t: this! best turr I.i i

down to K, A. Friedman for some of ___ 7-' :i| kU\ :'''a 1. j- !. I
19fe hi Louis' ;>i Pholl.o 403. -"- 1-i.iiAKI.hIS.; : 1 '
I hi- excellent Hockheimer, Nier- i

bi \\Ve extend to you, one and all, to make '" a tether, or Ilude-heimer" wineTiiHjp -. R. K. WHITE I j
t '
famous brands
are sparkling; ; MARITIME.

Ii Large Store your heudt/uarters while a iiid bright, and a; pleasing to the : etchm.iker, MJiiufnituriiig Jeweler I "r"s1\\ r ;1& i i j

v* pye 'ito the taste. !<, -- -- and (;ra , SB :: the city, where you will receive polite at- --- --- AIKIrn I J
', TO Clm.COIn: iOM: i) \\' j| It Ik i"lOUIugl'lo.IP.t.I"Ua.., : "jnchal 11 south r.Ufoi St PfiKiroli, I It
> to Rosasco ln
1 '< hull and all courtesies we can assure you. j THAI LBitne hromoyutnlneTablets .\111 I j| IUI bk l Uanla,*;'I, tiargUilo, 'lontl'\'ld..o I II Jt1EtQ Jr
dru'(ii-tj refund the money if It falls lorun toordirI I
-" .. iW: Grove's signature is on f aeh Try Force at Solomon's. II hR U :
a I :
box :K' I IAdvertip I CtEAKKI
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\ 'e are headquarters for Dry Goods u AmschT W ()u on,.:U. Brown,1.\ J A Mer- I i
\ in The Reporter fur re- rut ,t Co for fI.. ton with l;.;.i"lb (t pine,c)- If You Ituv Tin.m ar lit* Hi KIOII Mn.f t a I j.

: :Millinery, Ladies' Furnishings ; cr ,:ua-, j I pressand Bih lumber---- .!1 i Store HIM Art diml': 1 l r I
: I 1 BAILFIl. I : U A 3 j T tt
fa also Shoes, Clothing, Gents' Furnish- t MK 1 :O1.1I1'TTExnox I[ fort bk Unaio,taehtm. for Oporto f I
: ings, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Trunks \ _: 7 Regular: c"ncltvnf 'i A Am lit tug a s i'.nsHcollhftlf.I..eeb.lur\'na""- The Best Shoes ::5r. 1\ I
ri i
C"eurd7 Leon sau
= and Valises, in fact we handle every- q a A -.:_ jijery No. 1. KnuliN: 1 I I Am i.Orlon.II'._ _". Hillary,fur Host,, .q I 1 I IDAILY

l lung to be found in a General Depart- : : {:II''urhr, :It 1:&) p. in. : It will pay you to advertise in The I '
: V t.1 :nent Store : \ Work Red Cro s degn't I
.. .. ., cC ,, C" C"MI'--: all t'!!'.' i'I ,'-tuI.itc J. '
::3 --- # S )!"UrHIIL{ !Sir Knight; are cour- : !
." Mil' lt:' AXCII'TO 1M.KA.-K: : q:..... te.oi-iv. IIIMtfcd.HARRY W. UIBIJS1 the A ills b'lliliver, with which is the the cause,hui..iu; of ino-t body of 'I'I'I ,' Til?h MB h n Sta. eti C-':! kt-Pi-'ifj.,.f!the t'VV.. .rid M tr. .; i' 2 .

uUVrs. The I I
ben way to overcome I B ;
(-1 KITX.KN.: Recorder.E. !
S uncomfortable condition is to M &
ssl I 3: .t
C.KNIGHTS. I have a liver remedv upon which 1 !
LOUISFRIEDMAI&IIIIb \ ----- -- ton can deppud. HEPATICTRA I I : I
The iVLtc.t: ,
| Direction !
ki OF PYTHIAS. is the thing which will sloe; you a Right : '
>b > great deal of pleasure from fir; u-e 1 i Ladies' fI
and -pt-edily restore you to health. i iI i ii THH STORK IS THE Gl iMF.POST I ,
J j 1. \\3vJj\ Pv!I'v\.vjJjAv rJi liJll1 P'1.-.cola: Lod.'eo.. S. K. of P,1 i .Ir.Jag. McNair of Pen;.icola. j I Dining Parlor..*
:: r.uhr ... tnrjMi: nltvnight: Nov. Fl.i, says: : 1 have had some trouble J .
-- U4. u 7.3" o'clock. lll'tthunc., arid i with ny liver for about a year and I II i r.rYKRSlHK RIGHT WAY I :
i I
I half. I have tried ; many''! '
other very important ineMuui: m- a a good ,
hers of "i-ter Ii dies and viitinebrethren I kind of medicine, al>o j'hysicuuI : -' ONLY TRIED AND HONEST: I :
: THANK lVING Ut are cordially invited to at. I I treatmenf. but found no relief until Regular Dinner Daily. a J! ;
u itify thp public that1'Cttirfrr ,i H. A. LEE, C. C. I haso much improved me that I i I : I -:
: .. CU. iitill! Inleer I H. HoKsLER; K.: R. rt.I i i i have gained seven poundin weight Short Orders 1'ri P .
; :! 1- no truth wh'it- II B\ rt1E: I in three i- ood I I mptlj
I appetite >; j I.
,>"rt l'lrl'llltt..d b} our ;I ,\ Start liti;; surprf.e.. and that bad taste 1 had m my y Shoes for Men. ; Filled :\iht or Day .. 1
that wt- hail di-coii- I mouth! is all Sold all drug- ,,; .
gone. .I.
few could believe
\' I t I Very In looking j --
Ii. Yni'-tra ha;; bcpninaiu Iru.ChIPIeY. klsts. Shoes for Women. .
... at A. T. Hoadl" healthy, robust ; 1
: :er ant will here y. a :: vl H :t. "fom-'iinf ( in Kat
siilv! suptriuteiui all blacksmith of Tilden Ind, that fori i -- -- - -- --- --- i JOLA.'O )<,u'11 Ural a at I : I(
tin-' firm. All per-o'i'; ten yetr l he sntL red i+ueh tortures !] IAJ.": 111.1.1--\\\'oOTU.- : I Ii Y Shoes for Boys. j : t I

: 1 -houlJ -thim at I ; Lilt IllflllYL .-- from Rheumatism a';; few could ('n-I i THREE youu;{ men from Peusacola: 1 Nick Apostle's 1 ; ,
(} C T. C.. ., t 0 dure and live. But a wonderful:! j i and ,vicinity at once t.> prepare for Shoes for Girls. J t
: E. S. C'K.tvF';;. I change followed his: taking Electric i!:I Position in the Ooverniipnt ?er. 1I '! Popular Restaurant.Ammm. I' '
-- -- Thursday Nov. 27th, 1 II Hitter "Two bottle wholly cured vice. Apply to Inter-.StateCorre: *. t> :J ; i. I i;
.x s 'r OnXA.d" i m"," he writes and I have" not felt I j{I Inn.,; Cedar Rapids 14. n.4! .2m I School Shoes and Dress'Y .1.! 4
J :, A 31 r' I i Al'ARMORY 'II I' a twinge m over a year." They '|I V, .; .t "
,t 1 regulate: : the Kidney; purify the i,: BARRANCAS. FLA.. Up. t I ,
FORT ,1 V4 < '1 ,< < ..ot. jtI
blood and Rheunatim, 24.19J2 S aled i ? v v % i :
/J71-&t : HALL. j| cure Neuj j! : pr1poi :-
|I raUu, Nervousness: ; improve dizf's- !i, al*, in triplicate, will b* received until ii .', I
'"' ::\ISTRATRIX' .GOOD :MUSIC! .., .< GOOD TIME' tion and give perfect health. Try I 11:30: a. in.. Dee 2'5: ll!*Ir2. for con- !i I The Prices are Right as well :is the'!' OYSTERS AT HIC APOSTLE'S ; F ;
NOTICE. I them. Only 50 cent Ht W. A. =tructin_' wharf Fort PickenFla.., .hoes. I
: 't-craned THF PUBLIC INVITED. D'\lemb"rtA\; store 121 S. Pal I U. r;. reserves riht; to reject or ac- : ;' ,I. !
\ -.\... il that on J. nor '\-,1. --- afox street. : cept any or all propo-'tls ..r any put I'!I Oil and See for Your*!!. I Fine t,' < {
.j.; 1t1l.1111I.- II"t today. Try tI't'm.
,', .. ..ap' Hot Chocolate with I Ii -I thereof. Information furnished on i i ;
luilm- of Prt'\ '
Al.ondii. \ d I NI( APOJpLP. ;
Force at Solomon's.Jfudqiu's. 'li
I lor a thiai d-- application. Envelopes containing:
;i Whipped Cream, at Solo Store;
: tutt-traiou
: :\. l'OOIElUllu.tnatr.A\ ;,I mon's. tfit first j or 5c. pO;'ll; for Wharf," adires-od W. E.I| Try Gunther's Caadies
\\! I !'ubserlbe for-THE NEW-: luc per \\?'k. I ""X' COLE. Q. M. 24:.4d20 22 I 111 South I'alafoi fet. Solcmcn's.THE .

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\\entmlnnten' Stalnrd Glass. : I .
is sure to give fIYS The great rose window in the south Of Contagious Blood Poison never esisi An Attrarttve Suit

SUISfACTIONElts 'lr i ted. It is always bad, though sometimes' Rough cloths showing a touch of Is the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and ml, ."I
which has
of the abbey just If
transept no external symptoms of the disease ap- white in their makeup are consideredvery your food remains undigested! it can't h.," tf
dedicated to the of the II body. In fact i It does ,
betn actual
memory for a time. for damage by !
Cream> Calf CW pear long chic and are uitx-h favored stomach ae: 'IrflvE late Duke Westminster, reveals the Because the di.ease is slow in developing creation Or i ? and poisoning the sjiuni. "
Gives Brlirtat Once J4a high class walking suts. A
It p '.-r: n fie: manor rf tained II does not indicate that the case isa

and cit-ita1"1 heal-s (41 Mptbr'O" ...11easid r tY of our nitioiul Vlh.ll.i.\ The! Puritan mad one for the poisonous virus at of this order shows a blousi-u i jattetVrith l j ral n n nil Digests

ouri-4" inecnbrHii'catarrh lOud It '> It'III1I1'I'! st. UIIL'Loit! shift of the work in the blood and system may he> : I- ; ii U II U b
1'' spending its force some internal What
drives uwav a cold j'9 r: :1 1llJ.1 lit and: pnedcss :phiss flf upon YOJ Eat.
In Ihe lii'adiiui( >>:iily ,..'pi. vital organ while you are looking for external II
It absorbed, liuals fourteenili toll fifteenth signs. Contagious Blood Poison Kodol the sensible remedy. Pydib'esir| .1' .
and PrutreMembrane., t.! Ib, COLD' HEAD centuni's Fragments: alone could l.e does not affect all alike. In most cases eat i it strengthens the body and at the .,UI. "' ... '

.. found I. form "tin- extraordinary 'I the stomach. This rest soon restores .. '*
H*.tr.+i th' i I" > .1 > the first little sore is quickly followed by t i .t9 p. -ie! .

Full Suc.Vlc.; Trill bra U'?. al l'rUgKI.U i'it1-htork" of the great cast window, painful swellings in the groins, a red } Cathartics and stimulants only reach the ,'. ', ..fJ
f or by mail. Kodol cures. It Is s.
Nature's tonic.
Kl'I."' KltoTIIKUSire. where scarcely ay figure is di.-tin- eruption upon the body, sores or ulcers'
ra warren "- "!. \.>w \urk. The\ window bee in the mouth and throat, unsightly copper j i Fire years wo a dlwtse the doctors called dyvpepsia took such a hold on IT. dt' .
4 cuishble.; 1"I'lt'I't scarcely go. I took quiniities pepsin aDd otber medicines, but n("hinK ht j. .4
colored blotches, loss of hair and eyebrows drowning man grasps; straw' I grabbed at Kodol I teit '.. .
'.. lrPgi to the rl'ilIl.f Llr. Apron. and other symptoms of this miser. ate.. bottler am sound and well GEORU 8. MABEH, A lIt clcona
Aprons that ::attrattixe and pretty anus are in the center. Trom the same able disease. When the poison is thus j It can't help but do 'c

at the came tI!!..* that they protect, the period dates the window In the south fighting its way to the surface, exposing !I you good.
Then there Is a w ;dow in di .I Ir' The 11 bottle eontaln324ttme+ ILl much(actnalmeamrement) thetrtalsul'which ..
ul'it-h i transept the disease in all its hideousness, we call help,
gowns over !' they are worn are i Prepared h1 E. C.1)eWloe k Co. hlcl1zn Fold by all dealers.Qtaillrs ,
in demand The stylish model the southwest tower ,given by :Mr. it a bad case; but Contagious Blood Poison '
always WUeb Hazci Salve a soothing! healing! appllcatloD! for I'llI'I
Illustrated: combines many advantages: Chtlds of Philadelphia! to the memoryof whether working internally or exter kin dlaea.ea. Beware or counterrelt 'vN" at/

,I and Is adaptM to all materials the two religious: poets, (:ieorzeHeileit :, nally, is a dangerous treacherous disease.S. .
3 but as: shown is of white lawn with and William (' iwper, l oth! S. & is Blood the only remedy that cures and nr t r'ft John Sheppard.Har/is' Pharmacy Sidney Kim l n.:
'. frills and ! I
t ne-k 1 Is a noteworthy: feature, house dose by is nut so badly ( deadly virus that produces the awful i

; it and the frills ""V,T the shoulders are Its windows, setting foitharious in- eruptions, sores and ulcers, and dl'stroysl

unln' Nn
The aprcii Is mule with front and by the kite queen' and by American the skin eruptions, but in so doing drive I TRY IBb ltVlVANT\ i i ill i f !

lm: 'kv that ar;- tiieke*! for a few' inches and Kndish: : subscrilnrs. Cut as!' the poison further into the system, whereit tI

.g tp Ii bel w tho iwvk ttii'e.: then fall in soft the SJKIO.! uiaihible\ for monunuutsdiminislies slumbers for a time but comes back II I ;
r again with redoubled fury.S. /
r : the stained ;glass window 14LI
foltwhich: Ire I1tlI.-\lI'oJ: \ to a liti S. S. is a vegetable remedy that has I dI
seems an appropriate commemoration -
I been used' successfully for years in treating : I
yY fur men of more national importance thisvilediseaseand I

than the l It! ? Hike of Westminster j1 IhI i i iI iI ii
: cures it in all stagesand i iI jWALxixG I
London 1'.1 iI.,' Chronicle.: forms. If you have the' .A :MAVe
SSS ; 3y'H'
ai r t -- slightest symptom : an ,., i0

V.-Aincrleans Hate .....0:11'1100111..<. occasional sore mouth,
muscular and bone dt'F.> jJIT"A.ln t \\'LFlllh'
Ace:irdiiig> ; to l'ruf.sur'rkaIl l, or
blood is tainted and the diseaseis
a iiI I'lII:1n soclologb-t) ; the (juestionwhither pains your IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
liable to break out again at any time. :i

Aiaoriftiu race superiority canli'ake A course of S S. S. will remove every

+' 'r II L'a' itsdf in the woild at \hire.- trace uf jioison and at the same time HARDWARE.

I depeniLs; on the size American laini-; build\ up your general health. 'I
:t 7r'f yji i t'r, lies. lie notes, a lleilin dispatch says Write for our Free Home Treatment

: r t'L "a tendency whit h discjurages !large book. No charge for medical advice. RrJT.I .
I Iron, Nail Axe' Shim I Is, i"aw1t1I; and t I'\I"'II.b. :itSupplies.

fannlies liecause: of the ,Standard of The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. double joke effect. each od.rrd Cooking and Heating Stove, Paint f'd-

comfort rt"lull'nl.(1 o!>ser\mg IKT- I S with fancy white braid. The skirt, \Vindow Glass, Guns, Pi.-toU and Fi-hiui; 'I'lcl--

"'ill will deny that tlare !is such a tendency plain over the hips, is tucked from that Agate and Tinware ann Ilousefiiriiisliin t UJoJ,
ia this country. The Americanslike RELIGION OF THE BLANKET ; .
I point down, these tucks owning; out at

I children but they hesitate to \beconie UKbottom..-Buffalo Impress.Hints L ff-AOEX8FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL l'O> IPA\\1n
a'f IIthr :\u nJu !"IUI1l'rl1) n Bit She;
Ir. f rr, # resiMiu&iblu for the welfare and. Spin mid WeatfH.It Revere Giant Htitched Belting, Northampton K-i.-ry:

Comfort of hrgc; families. Tour children 1'rtmi J'orN. Wheel Co., L< ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johu..".:'- K' f-
is a religion to make a Navajo
in a family are an unusual num somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ran,.'"', \V n.
In Paris: of the newest
blanket Through the some rough
5r her Ms makes a big family nowadays kinky, bristling Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather. )IJ-uI": -
twine of the warp are woven the Lopes cloths for gowns have very hanhomeloOl'
Made Railroad Colors.
and eight; invite the imputation of rickss
and of immortal bonl. in self and colored silks
aspirations an
!>' prodigality.' !; If Europe Is safe from
t T 1 an American Invasion until American In the warm colors are expressed the liiliuil on to the material and outlined Temple @ Pensacola, Fla.

ardors of lassluuatel:1rts. the tandjtorms \ with a coarse: buttonhole. It will ,
families ;prow bigger, It can rest easy
all. ire s they have faced, the cloudbursts te a great season l oth fur embroideries
tu its talnd. At present the tendencysetms 1
under which their backs have bent, the and guipure laces, and gold paseincuterie -
h to I be the other way. They say I
&: t' IVB OIKI i I'ul'h slAM) KKIHT IF-AES. that the Trench are growing more fcmilin FiiiMiine that has dried their and velvet (lmlol'oilt'rl'tiloallls! : Star Laundry

wool; all the adverse and the goal fortunes are to be seen on the detachable basque' ,
5k band. ilders!
; :: ted yoke : At the slu aI'llrl'tdlts peaceable, more thrifty and richer.
i : that hlI".tallt'll: are wrought mink and caracal coats. Many: of the
i that shared
I : j :ire sllrph! ; at 'fht'I'e not: invaders nowadays in
Into the intricate designs. The new skirts hate the hip joke and are Busiest Best !
t ; squaw Biggest
their ed Tl'e clnMim cflect-
11 t ; ;:es. l.i comfier, and they are \less and I's sdisjHised
t ,'d .it the 'liter I bark and can be in- to aggressive war. They haven prays as I she pushes the wlIlIll'al'l. and plaited t, the plaits, 1-eing kept in place, ,

?&1 q t vviblior:: mad. with \ivible buttons ., sjoire pulation. fie it may 1 lie withus. she prays, a. she twirls the distaff In I by means of some applications! of embroideries.

? -j aiid! :'iiittonhi-les. American families can ill\ spare her hand or rolls it on her thigh; sheprays are so many new I

p The of material for as she arranges: the heaKU::;; she I Ideas for skirts that om can practically
I S I4 | re
lUe niediuin si/e (>.>ijears> is two Liilitaty ,.r commercial. There are too pmjs as she lustily rounds down the phase oneself for in addition! to thepl.iiti'd c4q'5 i They SpeaK

li i I k irds thirty: sis iiit-ht-s wide with one i few of theui IltJrn.Jltrl'cr's'l.'t'kIJ'' woof strands, with tier scrub oak bat skirt there are the three di-cker.]

| i ifi tt i r )ti t j'd' ,I of embroidery four inches wide ten.A the hip gathered (only suitable for the 1Cp

ciil one f insertion and blanket Is all a prayer, a human thinnest of the winter fabrii'!>J. the pan-
yard <> one onetji History' pi'utoil.

:.Ttir Inches wide to trim. In the! 1.I Australian mining news, dotumep.t biography/ bright with the lcd, as well as the pi-rfcctlj plain: i fJr, T PIll eIres !

joy tints of canary jellow, dark with skiits. Then again there is the 1 ixo I :)
says the Ixmdon l>:iily Chronicle there
the olive: :green of pain. One is drawnto skirt which lame 1'\-111011 I
illll.lit'lf In rnr. I is an account of the discovery of a
j'I I it because one's:: heart is moved by has set her seal Main, aryl for trimmingit /g- We let the Shirt-I I
The universal ik"sire during the come i ,
ashIon. Its ineffable I intangible humamiess. there are the l\elest! thread laces, and ('lIlf.= we Luumlcri"" 'r
i .r v. j lt'r111 he l for a measure of j
One i is strangely: niuu'il to both laughter both plain and incrustni with jet re '
i v j :!,. simplicity\ in our furs. fashion ,' ti r, a farmer, chased and caught a kan- tlltU)-e lyrThey will!: talk : ) .
and tears 1it$ exquisitely\ variant qui no' {ir jewel.
I rF tl $9 '-,"fins to weary of pati-hwoik, coats, I i.r,K,. In the htruggle the ground ;got thouw'calm.1'ewallth: .- : 1 nin I I

'Ez, a jin-ferrln;! rather mlle stnkinc: effec- i i torn up. and when the farmer arrived colors, each exiTetising[ an emotion! by Lither reu closer alone or red clover in- !II:: the: work WH d' tl I,, in: :'
tli. its wiinnth of blended fibers, each ?
arid orchard grass are lest to use iaPiedin
viva note t f tnibroidery and otherw tee Oil the scene his eye detected tome ex- what w- any.
throbbing to a note of triumph or of
down orchard When
r; 1nst t'} lot: the/ur alone to h'llits own I' l
C tr,;tt 1 e, rile I of rlchtes, nnd l>.>oi\itv further t-canh n-\ruled a rich reef'orklllllU.. trees \begin ts- bear is soon enough. I II i,

't l },1 st and the farmers bank balance, Las 11 In ('<>"' |.rout l'r. FOle "';Honey and Tar for enuehs I'ALL WORK c. o. D. Gscfls CallEd for and DIirerel Free
; I IF."E'r.thr been euiisijcrilily Inl'fl'uwt.II\ )'s -* I
lt'f'"thlnp Trlinniril.In
j $ Mr. IVtter was giving his Ron n f.wI and cold ; reliably, tried and mated, '
t it :; the IILondon Ist I i light; with the l>:tn;:trM). Thirty words of fatherly counsel as to his safe andure.. 1A.. D'Aleinberte, TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

+ :;lei Is trlni uiI. nrd trhnmlr! ;: !II s I years! ;:o a long prolut'ti"custralian 'I tri'.itineiit of his wife. "Now, IIH: H. Palaf..x St.
gf'Uliitid was dtscovtred through a I'I jonng -- WALKER INGRAHAM
< tl"mli1r.'f.ln't; will j jfashlcnnblo Manager.
i. a t \ n applied to when )nu have any little: differences! 1- -GOLU -I ,
short tenip.-rei settler seizing; the near- Dl'ST."Let .
for cutiro rind j "
; y- cnwns i ia I I! of opinion saiolIr.: : Potter in his mo.tjudirial -------------1 1I
est stone and throwing it at his do:;. I I I -
+ cnrnltum: nnd a now "Id" n 1 1'1 the manner "if enn't I 1
1 lit.tuning good for evil the dog you JMTMi.idi1 the GOLD DUST thins do our. Bork"a'Oi wItILY ') [.J
I of tie ltnnI1 Ole check! nod jlrJdV'Irt
y ;, Margant that you are In the
} s e | brought, ;: the stone back to its master ini I 11
it rlnthta
FF on phtl'i right, jou must compromise, my boy- FOR STEAM USVIIO
s j 'i i his mouth. The man looked at it. It !
\\' .\--Ht'rr-dl of 'ill-"h. Ark.l:: was a 1'iinp of quartz thickly studded compromise[ with a /good trace." \ (;'KNS ICOIiAhKAIlWAY LFcT6tlcTEiwitgr: : I llAPEWfflSKTP

"I'll try to," said the Bun d i
: f.-- "I WI' h torepnrtthat FIII..y'4l i with gold.There asp| COMPANYTra'Ds i
I ;
? o i; f *; \ : Curt.. ha cared a terrible filII.'. I I

4 SJ y t -" <-f kidney and hhdJer: tmuhl" i is no cough uit-niciiie! pOPular "I well rememlier a little experiena iI I (leave Pectiaccla. for tin !-. ;"
,, Bayou; Big I'.ityou, \\ arugton. !rav, arl i
: a* FoleyV H.-'i.f.v find Tar It
i' tw.j doctors had liv"l1 lip"Y.. \' had with your mother the MUIIIM i I Io tad Fort Birmaoas at !

k,, J,, v !iJ'Aleniberte, 121 I S. 1'.1I:1ox :'t. 'C'.ntair! in opiates i-r poisons' and after we were m-irned." {'(.lItilllh.1 l lMr OtD I
never f-ilk! tocurV.. A. U'Alem 1. I SOa.m.lHr\e: at )0 crt l.arraocai 1lta :

: :,l':4: Ral.l,,7 HieVlr.I.. unite, lil:! S, 1'.. af,)x !;t.i I'ti'tiT "I wanted to friendi fowl t'PD t tI'tVeat Ion:' p.01. arrive at Fort Fort Uarr&nem iinrrancbn: lost 1. -:; a p;.u: I' r.i7C

it but Wt'at! Saratoga; and >"oi.r niotlnrpreferred tort Karrsicfct '.
," tStr seems ii-credible. is nf'\'l'tlP- A.O p m arrive at C. pp I
w t h"a fact IniTpsfrini-i Otil Ciocc. to spend' the time in tal::iiu: I II j :151. a1. arrive at Fort harracubn T" p.
: that late
as ;I M the year I
II FD' '
At old Castletiiwn. the "rae- a trip thnif.gli Canada. It's thirty ..ddJHISIS v.uup m arrive a tort Barraaca o.i' pjt
: II
1 Ijll an oldoirau uned I IVssie lil-! I Trains terse Fort Barraacaitor I'ttncola j

rI'I 1'S' : l'" it I'oinona.: in tin,* Orkney islands trepobs" of tie: isle of Man, there es- ago but I well renieinl the I

$ t ')!Id! f.ivoiabh' winds to xcanien at theM Its a very Interesting rlnck. which has nl'lllIul'n'e had heron I coinpinuiied. No Soap Borax Soda .i ArrTona is needed with arrlvf at Hi-nsacola! i.UI' .. II

R' f now pirfonned its functions of time ." .... ......
% l r ...!i1! pril'of sAince; a vest-L ror \ lli>'p in. JVosacola 11it o
% leMirs!\ in live centuries. It : 2:00) p. 01. trrlve at Henmjnla ....._, / c5 p o
was "How did do .
preMnted ItV asked! the
,,. DUSTWith r
ii; nijeira Witth's'rE' supposed[, to 6:00 p m Pi-nsaeola ... Sal! p or yl
? t'I: r: them ilKl The l'iuiuidcrsandl.n1: ,- by (}uteri' Illiatbeth: In the year "Wepent five weeks! mid a halt inCaiuid.i. i 7:0) p. in. arrive at Pftxsacoia 1 t; p. + Y
r at ir.7; to 4 '::stle llushcn. the fortress : ." slid :Mr. Potter "and from 'S:13 p. m. arrive at Fer.faooia _.._ ".II ii. aSatariayi I
'i Jj 'j.J.Ta wade quite a trade by gellingvi'ds. \ I Itte watemd ess effort yO car clear art only
which stands in the middle of Castle- l'rhl.lY night till Monday morning; inSaratoga. I :rg about: t ,, use oem".!:- easier jntf cheaper than! !
TLf od! W after .
1111 1 11I. U'lngM.U
1S lt. < with 0' .
| seep 0' arty Olo e' aanser :'j.: yoallllwjys FABEF'JRWEEK: DA Y8. i
to\ n. from which the town takes: Its .
;i ) paid: by the credulous sailors, ; CU) It I II' I
y The works crude, being I 'I'I entaaola to Fort lIarranc..aDd rttnri. te,
t 1 name. are : 'I
v f [. U"" 'd to knit tkn,' magical knots. The I 'enracola to :;.V7 Yard and retort._. UiFeaiacola
3 delete a'ul but nevirtheh's :\0 Need to \iljonrn. Made omy ty THE N K FAIRBANK CCVPANY,
by ro'S pulleys -
bu er was told I he would hoe a good to Palmetto Beach and r.Q'I1I
I' CC.Cioo. New j ark Eostot :it uiais. Famous at home for
"" they \keep fair time. The clock, The legi.-lature of certain state watar. I !
i wiien Le untiid the
gale first knot, the MakersctOVAl.FARYSOJiDEST : > SU5DAT ICft EDtLIt.
ia Las since it built .1.1 in adjourning one !ot'"ilJn. although i
fart was :
run ever I Generations
leas stvund knot would bring a strong when wrath pttrm.u tae running f past:
''I } tt + fxetpt for rare stoppages for repairs.To there seemed to 1 lie 1:0 linpor open coacbfV.
; wind thin
i and the a severe tempest.ln.ih .-- I
this day the single hand which tint business under con Tation.! Least 'Iocnooa LT Port Barru". Famous now all over
9a.m. a m
travels,; slowly! round the dial outside Judge .lone, one of t.e legislators, 11 .. m. n mIp.m. I the World.

the tower of rastle Iliishen Is the wax! met by a frond in the street one 1p.m.Jp.m. .

Inherent PrenJ of (-a(" ror Iou.. irlnciiial source of information as tG'' Lot li'i! ' and the two stopped total spar, I For lab! I I'Dannheisser.
Ip. :! p m. I
t ( The iastii",t'\e! fear which cats have the [Lour to the inhabitants of Tastletov.n. :' tnder the shade of an awning. : p. III p to. I Bros.

.t "f o; .foes I is mtls!! :ratd'r)' amusingly! A timepiece which Las worked! "(lui! to clear out pretty WHIM.jcdrer 6pm. ( p.m. i
If yon dn.n.t a mentor br.:1I.,: m -m-nt. fir.tho l p. in. p. D.
+r tv stroking a dog and then caressing; a contlnuCnsly; ; I for more than SOt) years I Loa. Itr-rrydrib, ,. ), rcIi I;e a .I A, ,sp, .JI I
Lowrbu > Millt : I' ol .' .f eIn rxai oa IFHGATfuniaoo'ato I
.. !, .1 and na turn kitten with! the is t-ouiethmir of a real curl .-Je.v- "I suppose fn," answered the statesman I knlJ.hy' 'rI..1 I' nl. .one", .' ; "" art l' :raaoai Nary 1- -
\t I : Dr 'r p c '1 u LIU.g nC Lys Cot 1ard and return______._ __, ru I 1I I DR. KING'S.
-4 I\\ hand that has toucliCil the do,: .Is'tircc.lar.: mopping! his brow. dean b to ta4I I II maoola to Palmetto Meacb are

t At once the kitten will spit and !luftHS.r (' "Anything touch goia' on down at I CANDY r.. nra. ______ id
rk '! up In the most absurd way lisiiisbini the cnpUol?" II CATHARTIC No fr If you are broiling or frying! ham.: :It Ii 1 I
r ._ ; the smell of the Leastc
t-+ better always to cut the slices from a "No.Chr THAT COLD
1:1: w' 'h experience; \ for thousands: of penwjiis don't they wind up. then'"Well "
Lam that alreadj' has been cooked.! It i
li e .1; bas taught it most ta diead. that's just the! trouble. Tl.-re s -F; Every Woman TAKE HO SUBSTITUTE.
will then be tender and delicious. "
*ilIff I nothing but a lot of petty business to $I lsiil If Hill prefer to broil the raw Lam '
.. .
!i1f't'l'iul L In J.ipan.1'he bother u!;. and we don't mind that. I I r it.C .I ''n
y rut the r:1'It'Ufory thin! and while I: Whirling Spray Cold, UronrhitiA'i : '1
: b 1 Japane never bleep with the wish something important would come
[ .
i : Tl.fnrwiwlnl-jrlo, .
\ .
trolling dip; them twice In cold ; .r
onc or fl'i'riyLaUrippcllilartn's'
> ,ct7 kg., rlat '. \d to the north. This: is U-cause the up and then the motion to adjourn I t, : hauuJ, ,< I PatMI ;
1 water. If frying: raw Lam, cut It iI '-,1 =: "! afbt rL
.. very ...... ,... "
'" in Japan are ahviys; burled with I Ithin 1 nnd fry themery quickly, first would te in order. I 'EM LIKE CANDY I. ", .

'!,r >head in that pos.tioii.; In sleepings I .
t Pleasant P.htah" t'oknt.1rh nIfeTrr d. iGovt yow 'ren',1 far a q I
"",I kin:: them ten minutes inery hot .. ,, Sore Throat Troup aVhoopbij
-,. When boy to a party, Ce ck- n ? Urip al d M rentsEAT Ifa.rana.pplylL" ,
the n
of of houses pops
:: many private ..
writ (ur errs &tupi and "lld .a M! tat r.L. arrrptnuotLr4Mtsrndt.mph4 -
T water. Th.'rf"l.tion\ of broiled bam Is refreshments. Hefcauts Israith. AjJrFssmcu.i6 t:5 ; n. \ Cough.NO
about .
a: 0 if hotels a diagram of the pointsO' doesn't care KI
that which is from a ham that Is boiled : BEIFDY rniri'Y, (Hirn.o.r yew fuRL I uoael'! ?1--aW.p rtrtdl ,
the! coiiijmss; is !povted upon the cell- something to cat Atchison full ""nl' "laroarid '11,... ' I CURE. NO PAY.
half done end hats ITCH allowed! to cool YOUR BLOOD CLEAN : .at'ul ialie.. M! t set a L 10..
tag i'ur the .vju tjieucc of guests. a day or two before rutting I lllobe.; :\KEEP i Room K e Times> .. Sew York Price 50e. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES H H,

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-- t 7a a ,? r I Char1 -sFLCthmp'stv

.-); Presto is the best preparation I ever used. It is splendid. I have cooked for

uysL the best families for over 20 years and have never seen anything to equal it. S 0 f

i i 4 507 South Broad St., Phil l., Fa. Ott IS, 1,03.SII1cd, ( )) Sarah MacGowan, la employ of Charle H. Cramp l;:


: ; t' S L The H-0 {Hams:'r } Company What does*y cook say? .. T,",$_.._ ,




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Your Kidneys. Adventure of a Toad. DNE .\.. G. Vanderbilfs fine residence, : '
One summer afternoon Vandalln. Oakland, at Newport Is to to offered tr ..
WORD that word IsTutt's I t ,. 1
:iltn! KUneys Make impure Blood. Eleanor and Walter were walling in for sale next season. n (

rn tIlt park.! Walter saw a road hopping; I Henry :MWCT Itabb of Rens>elaer, i :

..' ur body passes: through arrays tint gravel walk and disappear Ind., i U the only man living;: In Indiana T4ittiJhfor ': f 1

c every three minutes. in the grass."Vandalia"- i refers to Dr Tutt's Liver Pills and who is a son of the American Devolution t

\ The kidneys are your I erifd Walter. "l ok at I by direct descent. '; .t'. -
; tiDDdpurf.ers.they filter .tfEANS HEALTH. ,
r I 1r(1 the toad: Vand.-ilia and Eleanor James Albert ,
camp Washington Green of
r."; out the waste or
;. .o.O'l'l:/ trrpur.ties: in the blocd. tp t-i wlll'r"nlf'r stood and lookedat : Are Troubled you constipated with indigestion? ? I I Nottoway county, Va., who had seven I if I :

rrl VZt\, If they are sick cr out the toad I'lttlnIn! ; the grass. contented I Sick headache? ', cons who! fought; with him in the Conj .: Infants and Children. I ICastnria

n'- Mi 4 ( W cf crer.. they fail to QO \ and happy.! An old man parsing; ; irtigor'? I j federate army is still living. ; 1 I' 1
Bilious? I I II i* a lismnlp-s !substitute' fur Castor Oil Pare- f 04
/i 1; t their work. I the children heard their conversation I Mr. James
II : X. Janie, who has erected I '
Insomnia? gorio, HtllfIoI and Sootlihijr S 'fUfl"" It is I'loasant. It .!
Patnsaches and rheumatism
,-T, from tlxjut the toad, pained and said: ,\V of these symptoms and many others | a library building for ftloouiuVld, N. J., I contain t neither Oiiiiiin. 3Iorpliitic nor other NarcoticMihstanco. ;
I- ? cf uric come acid the Children, let us haw sonif fun with .id'cate! Inatiunofthe LIVER_ at a cost of lul.otiO., has added an It tlpstro.AWorms and allays IVirrixhnovs.It j j :
r blood due r.rothcr Toad." With his! cane in his You Need et'rtowrnent fund of $:',II"M). cure Biarrhll'a:11 "\Viiul Colic. It'relit'\o\ IVetliinjr I.
to neglected
::_ hands and petting! down on his kiicf I Henry :Jl. Rogers, the Standard Oil Tronbles and cures Constipation, ft regulate> the t 1 t t.r:

; causes quick cr unready he 1111Iy pu>he l the cane through thegrass millionaire, has trotted and equippeda Stonueh and UoweN, jjmnjr:: healthy and natural bleep. j L- 1

makes fee! in the d'n-ction of the toad's | The ChUdreii'.s: Panacea-The 3IotherS 1'riend. t' t
: one as though new Uiiitariati church at Fair! Havenas I
"r uble.. because the heart is head rnak'.n: the grass move as though! i utt's Pills a memorial to his mother. '
The Kind You Have
Always Bough 1
\purging. thick, kdney- a snaki' was crawling! through it. The lr. D.micl C. Oilman, president of t I

: _rrcugh r.j.dered veins that and only arteries. 'toad all this: time Fat dignifled; andstately | the Carnegie institute, has IKVQ elects Bears the Signature of ; : j I

Le traced to the kidneys urinary, i as a king, not a smile on his | __ Take No Substitute.OVER the first president of the Geographical I I. I I. j I

.rnee; proves that nearly hnniely face now and then his eyes j Society of Itiiltiniore, just omulZi'd.! 'f '

,. : -ases have ther legin- linking. He looked the Image of joy | THE OCEAN. Washington Irving's: home on East I .

(t .: .e till''I.ludttl) liy !'orl'oi \\'. | 1 :
France has ten Seventeenth !street New York. In which
,' make ,\ the moved through regiments! of soldier
can no mistake tint .lo\\ly
In Africa.An the author li\ed for a number of years, 1 I I
-r kidneys:! The mild the grass, its p"llj.IIt, surface glistening : 1 t
has been sold ,
Just by a relative Henry '
.'y effect cf Cr. KAmer'ssNam in the sunlight, the toad caught rssoclation! of women has !been

;' K'oot: Great kidney remedy is siLt of it. A woiiUerfal change cameo formed In IJerlin whose object Is to :Morris. I In Use For Over 30 Years. I I I

,r'ds the fir I Bishop Potter's new book, "The East I : ,
its :!
h-.ghert collect funds for But'r widows and chil rrrtIUN OOY.IN n YVrNStarr NtWOaa r'li .
him. II's'
.. \ -r dIf.Tlty fjilml. lie suds _._ _... ... ,
ds of and Tomorrow. is dtdieaterlDI = EM-.Je.
:: :st cases I dren. Today IIC- -
-. .,.,. ilfily ;gave a high leap into the air and I.I
ts J. 1' Morgan: who furnished thefunds .
fell down in the ;grass with a thud and I The tier Glasgow; municipal telej -
to the bishop to make the
tin! !' 1 I'gaa; :i series nf jumps and leaps j I phone sorrier has underground wires I

+I !:'..' a rabbit! nukes when the hound K\;..", Maxtni irrneof New York! ,-.r ;
.. | 20/NRt subscribers.\ -i ;
:rtl Home of R.nmj.w.rt I ch.i-s Ii.ui, and the to:mil continuedth'w
has l"'eu apiHiiiitiM structural engineerof I
ling you hew to find junk until!! he pastel out of j Australia! wants to form an Austral: \ \\ t.. I (
the St. Louis world's fair. He 1a \ I r] fAil'F\l"II'RERS AND HKA1 ERS IN :
-y or bladaer tr ut-le. \ii-w ilouu a'er e>ian navy as an auxiliary, to the Irt-! \ \. I
graduate of the lfenelaer I'olj teclmic! I
nen writing Dr. KilrneN ( / \\'. jelled with delight! ('r 'III_. I Ish sea forces A naval reserve will C-- -- $""'" "
Y. institute of Troy X. Y. '
"Co its t.iaJjT! Vaid.ili.i laughed tintil first be established.A ; .
Charles .\. Ixx-kanl and John O. Nye. I ,,"
." '.s' innt'ike.; but rte tears came Into her eyes and said. I subterranean house of unknown : l'

.iii". :wanip Koi>t. "Tuidy thinks it i.s n snake." KletmorIo age Ins lately! hen discovered: on the I two white men of ::%' : ("usl', X. Y.. have; lLL'-; I I SAWED CYPRESS Sll11! LES-4Iiu-Dried Sajl J III1' :
1. '.' raemlHTS of the r' ;
\ ItP: Hoot, and the iLe .i..t"ti, N. Y., on I I tribe nf Indiaub. Two other \\ lntes.Uriah -JlL-- _
its suppled dutger.end stil: in a voice Orkney It is thirty-six feet Ion, and _;:: PEA-ACOLA. FLA. I I
and rainier have l IH"
of pit,.. 1'iBir little toni!, it i!- tot l" i.l I the roof is sui>j.,rted on four uiassitefctunc. Cunimingt.; I : .
to si-are you." [lill.irs. come chiefs and controlling spirits! in ? .
'tl: \ CLEANINGS. When the taul reached its home under The j.wrmrwI1t of the Malay! peninsula the Seneca Xtlnll ..1I

the nx'ks, warn out liy its long run I is planting gutta i>ereliu trees on a Colonel M iri hand of Tashodt fame: i, COALADWW. ; I

,.':in-any: have (J('<'13r- for Iii.'. ht told a great story' ti the is 1\1I out to be presenter by his french i
scale and
large;:: It will not l-v n! : "'I'lrll, other t'Mds; nf the family atMiut the 6 iry to cut hum dawn as ;jjrtta:: percha I u.h:1in'wil1t a niaii of Africa, done :|1 WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH i.A HOEJt TRADF !! ;l

tor automobiles in snake mining! through the and I Iln Mile enamel, with the two mutes i ifollowed
grass can now tie extracted from the leaves!
by him in his explorations | THISV1N1ER THAN EVE. I Et'ntJo. ; !i ;
!:iced at nine and a how he hoping away nt fast that the and twigs without injury to the trees. 1

'r. snake (tmd! not catch him, and the done in brilliants! r.-.shoda will hemarkel '
A private of the York and Ijincasterrejiinont. I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC1n1. 1'
large diunnanl.Itto !. ;
-''nn eit'es! last year other toads all looked upon him as a I HatloueJ at Charlestown. liy n j 1 1

"'" honest; death rate, hero. I England, was recently! struck by lisht- ;; 1t:1"is'r.; three times. mayorof !t
Olsen & I
I Cox :
Itreweu. !a-le: tilt! e'tj a JlII.t: Thompson Ii''
the lowest,
I :
:.r Th. r.lepIinnCtt Joke. nin; and rendered totally:' !! kind Three I ,
I and lead time Ix'sules to devote to
.ittonieysnt law in An ..I(' ant elephant s..t on his trunk- days later lie was struck liy another I
study. He translated: some of Shakessp"are"s :" Manresa Street Tele hone 147. ;
I nut to tlo any busi- He going away tor the soason flash! and his fight!;:: was completely re __ f .- c ;
.s mi Sjitunlay after And he' and he Laughed till: I certainly I stored. dramas nil of Itjroifs works I !

thought mid lunte's "IHvine Comedy," this last ESTABLISHED: 1SG2. ; 1 I :
He must lU.h for some excellent roaison. III!:hflnco Langnwge.: ,
especially Icing an eso-llent piece of
I ; ---- I I
Ui.rtift.ftOi> more Inv In the east the flow! of lingua; Ini

i i' i .,.i-. 1i,1I01l.1I'mure; ; To attract ha attention! I uttered {. !i praise of rulers is sometimes wondtr- workmanship.! McKENZIE OERTING & CO. !

: .rnd. I.IMJI.f.K)() ,I sntrxe; I Cut The llurmetie>t'tln!; Lead Cur I. I
I Ho paused in his merriment sllshtlv. a -DIALERS to
The \\ornt a
I eal.1, "Tell me why, Mr. Eiihart I I zon. \Ic 'roy <.f India, at the Itoyal i-oriu

,. ..'ty i the Germans please. I lakes, dct'l.ireil that "his ;glory shines )Multitudes ;singin; ;; the praises i j jI I

-. 1 :rr right tot i You are laughing so long and xo liglitlj. j resplendent! as the orb of day. his In- I of Kodol, the new di-covery which |, Ship Chandlery and General ardware. : ,

IJ _., in abey- lie borrowed my kerchief to dry up histearl. j U'llett is as j-nvachii2: ; as the light j is making so many sick people well i iI ) I n1

I '. i 1 iiin;.:. May lie \l' as glorious as theI I 003 AND 805 S. PALAFOX 8TKKKT. I
Then wrung out the herrhlff politely and we tk people strong: by digesting j ; .
.r.-dlua' and nu mrThe .AGENCV --
,' ;
.I ,and aald, with a wag of his wonderful I I I what they eat, by cleansing and
I' I': -d Her ears Priiiee of ".'IIl'S'IIS extolled by REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ltOE LING'S KONH C0.: I

back "I'm laughing so long and so lightly"r.rause"then nn oriental subject as rt'lit thief" I sweetening the stomach attd byI GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUhrtEL; BON'S PUjlIFS. 4

i '.i I :-tian-- he burst out a-lauKhing 1! under the! impres-sio-i tint: this \\'ns ti.t- I transforming: ; their food into the I'I !
aetinTill highest >sible compliincnt. AnotUrt !, kind of pure, neb red blood that 'Sam Ccr su Miti Oils, h:tIal lutr CI1zcts, arts ficisri halt I ,
he trembled with ill suppressed t monarch was naiiusl! "tl.e protector c! make ju feel good all OVE'r.o.Tr; *. COMPASSES. LOGS, UOollstia 1 a
I-111!(, glee. ; Cranfill.of Troy. I. T., writer : For II I
oil vegetable, regulator of thesrtsans, i C. McKeazfftci'ition. Odraut : ;; Agent; for Rir Pil-it-1 1." i tsvoleut A31'O i
:. rail- And 1 stood there tmpatirnt to hear the ] :a number of years I was troubled I II
absolute cf the ebb and flow of ,
will great joke. I master j with induction and dy-pep-u I
For Joks are most pleasing to me. I the sea" I which grew into the wont form.

::1 i oryi I pave a loud ""Hem and the elephant 1! ___ -Y- i Finally F was; induced to' me Koilo! { '
hok.-J. Ii i i Only One Clean Tliiatf.i and after u"ingfnur bottles am entirely i ; I Ii '

and Then swallowed a giggle or two. i When aunts was at Oxford. he was -i cured. I heartily recommend
I "Excuse me." he said "1 am laughing: Kodol to all-ulleri from indirection F-O
t ""f b.'a Uti<'- : most excellent fellow nUll had on!} |
j and dys-pep,:ia. Tike a dolt after
Indeed I'm not laughing at you- j 1 one tueulslop.. He was called I >irty i
i meat Jt digests what you eat. i Florida it
the I'rown went ,.
Jones. One day was
two mortals onvulseme
tJut legged
: ;,1" you I' riargH Pharmacy, John Shepard ,. ; l
with gleeWhen into his rooms and remonstrating with: fildney Ivahii. f ; II

: take what you call your \aca- him on the until}'. slo\euy! and dirt] I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. i iI
For you put surh queer things In your I Mate of etr.thing Slid: I \ lU-clnninir. i
Lr\'J\i.'oJ: f F IV-I :, I my'woitL Dirty, it's too had I '
trunks "Upon
helpless Lotsfor
poor .\11. Tonsmie wouldn't yon like: to I Beautiful Sale. i

1 ', ,, And then add to those queer combinations : The only clean: thing in your room Is grow up It't''at/ man lib George :
'1..1 lon
i :
i he to\\\'I! |_. Washington V""Yes. 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-: t
t L..- dins TJy stuffing them full and then squeezing I )tore Cull), !
. .. them shut Tu J.wk friend of to location and
a gt-xtleaian | ing surroundings. !
.. And adding all\ sorts of abuses. "Well then nun out to the woodLouse !
.. ', I ,;.11 tneni.1 We know, and helve known it his was known as "..ull ." When once ,. r
elephants and cut a cord' of stovewooJ. I

.. .. .1"fins; otii- fur yiars j this ;:,'utll' Jan' twin brother came tovisit I I Sew York .lour ai..l : Exceptionally Good Neighlwrkwl, Meant i/' View 'i t I II

ire txy: -, dressejinside "That trucks were not made for such him, .lack was culled over, and I Fertile Llnrl j

((1..11' 1 ;;'UII"erli uses" i i they tried to puzzle him about tin- men. !.I.YPeber. I High, Dry ;' : ]
"Do think that is funny?" lIi'\'foJ'd 1
you who bt>reery close resemblance to I Inl'trMR: of the IIoiisi. IIc>r<>. yo'i'M- t tI

I .'- ,!press gave her bus- That saul.trunks are so filled to o'erflow- j, each tit 11t'1'. They [winti
trut i on bis birtlnl.ij.uliniire mg?" asked did \on come to do it V offered in Pensacola. I!

., by 1If'Jas. of "That isn't the point," he serenely refilled 1 \Vho is tbivt. Jack?' and he aa- C Mk-1 :1I'I.Io''I..1, one of I t II I ,

1 ...ilouie with htr swt'retl: Home Seeker Should See These Lots 1 1i
only "Dut it really IP time I waKvlr.K.. I the biscuits! yon made jevterdaj on it.rastun I t

1'111'1 Land rests upon a | "1hlt'snlly" ; !: Hi'raid!. I 1 i
"We f!f r>h'ints know he remarked witha
.!ou. | :\lItl who's that:" pointing to Cul- I.A.
grit I -- '
A" h \\, nt striding over the h..ith." i Iy's brotherJiick i CluToTos 1
.. .
hat 1.lIn.
< \o.i uft'u luck tooth ponder Into hesitatiil and then a queer little i r

"' s.-iid the man with }.ur trunks. smile It: up his face as *ie anI Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. '
who was gazing *kyi And trunks never have any teeth".trrariug swered"Wh : : I :
11 I I i rtih nisnatiira: Ii on every box of the genuineeaxativC
"i \ < ars apt some man .. \', that's more Cully."
N !il !
> H."ren..l :
.. .':::.iln .t me. 1 Ktiess. ) ---- 1 Ikomo'Quinine Tablets K.O. HKENT. WM. II KNOWLl-.H: W. K' HYER. JK., J. t!. IU: .:HE. I .
I'ri'Kf llenr.N. tilt son of James II.. "neplclon.. the that cold la day. i
; to the fait if fact rcmwiy cures a out i Prestdrnt. View Pread.nt. ii Lad a ktfii aversion to swearing and :Mrs. ..Tenkynt.eo: :Ire Ilcytjn: Is i II i f
'i leans at all it'tie i
fluey to pri'taning the name of (>od. When I going to have "Kin;; Lear" &<: her net

: eilFt. lit pl.i.v, ., lit1 \\ '1" 11.\ I'r heard to do soud private theatricals.Mrs. 1 Marston $ fll inn have f. i
.. it. and I can barfly First National Ban !
t r\ e spent hours and o'l! U'iug asUetl: n'hh.- did not : Xewrich (furious with envyi some l.crlnice Dressers and ; I t,

e at JlIIa" well a.- Ill; Iwr" 1..- anMvered I< slat! the afft-ctetl ih'iig\ ; I>o you
r .I months squttitinz IJ asltStanls very cheap. .
that he knew lio euiiivoithx: !know, I don't relieve Le',; a Ling I !

'.1 ear windows and of an cwith. The same :IIIS\\IT he N j, Ill cll! .- 1.scban Just the thing to go with I or PENMACOLA, 'Ld. i
,.'it I'll lit darned if 1 .. i I IWM.
Mid to have given at a limiting m.itrhThe "- Iron Beds i I
i n :ible to discover a which vli.iii--'i-l "" ''''''''''' '
stag, was nearly 'D.IFt.HCTO.i-U.: : ' didn't iant to Medical Society, Att \ntlonThere "
ciosst-d road ulHTf I'titehei!
.' .1 1 Int factory olilm- a a 1\.1"; H. KTOWLla W A. RLOl:;T. C.KKKVf ,v.I k I'.YKft.}. i
justing with his: d.t::. The -h'g w.-skillfd will be a meeting I ,
.... ". f trrtilioti elite If You Have regular( i D a. 'iUFN'i'. t
liy tin dog, at un' h ttie Inn!.illu .he Penacolu Medical Kociety at
:'i ni .". i 'iimuers.! and oRendul\ old I.1\ he Board of Health office at l i !
n were greatly ....

t'i. >.;..1o.1'I'h nd I coilon their! hemls the Jo i-M-ite tine! iirinet- :1.1:1,4: tin but. !11 Il. "clockpL1 Tuc'Jay. Nov 11 mid lphysician" !-",. : r i a1 mnH teJ n il t 4 I'g' 1 : 1

.' -MM," I er.'"True I'.ut the his liutfluT'.s highiirss .u Iie"tceatrl| 1 I.K'I'd.wilt,:! RheumatismURIDSGL I united%islting t.) attend.Da.W.. cnrdiaH: F'rig r n a ; t i jt'

C. DFWBERY.President.
i rettU-w
v lli the evei
the stag and how iviild thf ln.ii'nrhelp !

-i 1 ""i insjMetion of U." I ifThey-" J fSTWe draw oar own Bills of Kxchatijfo:: on Great Britain.Oeraiany. I
.. the great' tel acden :DK. L. IEM. KI.OCKKK.Secretar.
\.i-k-' replies that if his father! hid; ,lura-d ('Hiifori..aH 'ns5ttf *. : Kranca, Acrtrla, Italy, Holland, Hpftin Bel '!na Russia zqC,1 ::1i 1 'I

11t't'1I I'll served he would 1 have -" "ruf. | r ) I ) it airs> cures ! Kidney an,1lIsld way :1
otiihl in the galleries 4) as no man could have ciidum ..t"Away : er d-setst. iaua. d ty &n en''"is of i ; r' f fI
; !" iTieil the prince. All the at .a I' never furls and hut'!ds up I f: Vessels Disbursed apon the" Most Favorable Terms, and thell'OblUitlon j
I -. M-iau-tiiiu-s in irou Ott lesith and Ftrei ith while tiging it CURES WEAK MEN FREE. I' 1 I
, ? Taken Payable at Port of nea.tiratlou! Ten Fifteen I !
,. bods.PRESCRIBE. pleasure In the world i is nut worth auI $ !;;o'.'I: staml fur boon of wonderful errs cr Dayi : t .
t :arc after Vessel Arrives there. I
I oath tifloate Price. 11 per bottle For ale t it :
___ J
t bv druBKistsIf drnucist: ran not -
i supply! .'U it wUfb your* sent prepaid upon Iti-uie I.+.te and a Nappy Nome :
j! SySafety Deposit Boxes for Kent in Connection !
SllI.\o.S; : IT. There Is n rich sound ii receipt of price. Address for All .
closing;: a ; f
i ., with which we have >a Pri ftpartment for the Uia I.
l .I I i"aided physician hack door that only a few people have, Uric sol Chemical Co. Los AngelesCal| atttrHhrkof'tiltiTini How any men may quicklr.? from -curt-. x cal w iuiii-l"ak. Renters. I :, t

and Tar. opportunity to t'lIjIJy.-\tel.looa Glob. ... 1 '
." M.-ney as or the D"9il" vitality nmUi |n rvnricin;">retc : t '

y. f ind: -.> *:ife and L. N Biuauwi & Ce. h'Cw LaDistributing t..'and Kiidigor enlarge: smull himply week send orinn:}nor* to I\ffi'fun

t ..I\ t." trrtt! and An. WHO UK ATOMI/FKS I [ : and nJ1reF to Or Knapp Medloal o I.> 1It1Ii1F f I 1 !
.- i i- _t A i- medicine.M i Agents. J Hull Huild.ii D..troll.Ih'h.: and the} I[ WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! l'
Heating naval: catarrh will get the will gut! liy 5i"tl free r"O'lpt with tul'nr.rGun ; -
t :I >h. ni.'i!l S. PaaG! xCASTOR
best result from Kly's Liquid Cream A'0 1"4 eN6'd+y0 60 that any man may ca .
elf at bnnif. This Isctrtamlv a lame Kn .. ,,,,, ., 'j .
c. 1.
Halm. I'rice. -roa-. otl..r,and t lie fp\lo"lnll "ura>" t..\kn ... .111'1. .t. II' '
I includingpriyiug \
mall show what think an' .::, : I' I ; I
from tliHir duly mn r. p ;
fGOLA> y=o- ..., .. ., .
; ,. i
I tube, jjct: Hold by aruesji-u or of their 0":0'... ''..'.. ". 1. "
I. '''': ,. f'
Fleasw .
Dear acctprav -.mcsrethank. .. .
UMiled by bass Hro? 6t Warren: St.' for vlun.of recent date i have .'.r t. .. I_"T.. "." .' ; ,I I1. .
-1. : -
IA ; New York. Grist and Corn Weal Mills given your treatment thoiouifb n,' and 1 11 I Ii Ira
the bent-tit has been extraordinary i It hat j: : : : I': '
New Orleans, Sept. 1. HUI.I completely brace m., up. I am ,tot as 'I: T i
i ; I-fonts and Children (H. F. GOSZflLEZ & CO., Prop I, 'visorou' \ whrn a boy and you Cannot : j 'I, j
i Mpiir*. ELY nRor sold twohuttlpsof realize hotbIPP' 1 am" .
& K''j 1 Ycu Have Always Baugfoj ; your Liquid Cream 15 jJui: i ii Yannfl "I'csrfironrmrtbod worked n' autifallv. ,', II' IIf'. <. -,. ,". 0"" I '... I I.
I .
t-i :a cu-tonit-r. Wm. Lunberton.: 1415H i I JHO1CE M t\L AND punt: G ltOUH Kfultswfrfr and vigor haj'nmcl.' actly east! nwd returned dMrtnztb .. .,.-. "," t'I'.s. ,.., ees. ......,. ,II'.' ,. j ';.
j J New Orleans FKK.nI I. .' "., \\ .., .
; he ha- STOCK !i < -
: sad; enlargement is entirely 5alH- ... ',' .. ,
c2 u-,'d t the two bottles giving linn I Patronlie Home Indcstry.! tor tSere ti I I I! factory." '. \I". '.: ,',"'!r ,"' ,.r.' I' \1
w"1'rfttl! reason should bay your Meal ant:: !1 "1'.ar-.n-YoUr\V'ti' rCf IvM and. aadnotroubleanmakinsu f-m-i .. '
and you
mo t satisfactory rE"Ill' +T ry ... ., ,
tock feed from the Homo Manufacturer : -eof liar receipt adirected y, ..\1 tr. @
(:o. W. :\kDrFF. home lndeatry. i and cnn truthfully say It is a boonI oil I "'. ) I f fin
tor by io dole!* yon encourage I, 1
1'harmacNt.SALVE.. to weak mn. I am greatly improved in ... .
i, ; Your money U left In the commnnlt I ... mu >t. \1, .f. UII' 1f1!,', : 11..4.1. i
sad yon In tarn are Indirectly! benefited! sii "tr 'nith and vigor.
I : In fostering! the home manufacturer yoijontrlbnte All correspondence U: strictly confldnttlal. SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. LOUIS. MO.
.j Tar ; mailed sealed ,
> Hone ana a A N to the cause o! labor. You ow< in plain nflnpTba .
CoJ' tLE :t to theccmmnnlty In which yon live an< receipt U free for tbe a-iln and they wane : i :: :- : &tti,. '- rr
I... J)rcienispneumoea I he j every man! to have it. i : ':: ... :' .. .- : If: -. -: 1r
most healing eslve thAt world I ralct contrlbatei to roar support '







As likely to think of chairs i i' BUSY YESTERDAY BURIALS' MONDAY

children when we use
as I If r..t!: are one of tie small minority tLat his

that word rickety.
n t IIM-J "M.ooi) LUK" Caking IVw.ler. rnuh",1
Children with loose joints, MORNING'S
e .nw"lah'I Ij 1'11..1.1150' R can from your GRIM REAPER WIELDS SCYTHE
bru-legs: and soft bones WERE WEDDED

I ritkctb, It is a disease i due to -- I .:ro"I'r 111.,11., ,uuLj'fM, I that It jecs.merit UNSPAIRINGLY IN THE

; feeding-and a tjpic I i
rrproper eUI.t:ivr to all otter brands.I
Mr. \ 'm. F. Br'en and Mrs. HEt. CITY.
disease for the working ofutt's I, I I II

Emulsion. ,' tiE-5.: Hibe-e; of Cottage Hill were !, I -_ I $ SHOPPERS
I br
married at that place -yesterday and ,: Richmond.lrjtinia. I
of the The remains of Juan de Prida arrived -:j
weak growth ,
n For the came here last ni 'ht. Their trunks -
Scott's Emulsion. '1 II I at 6:15 a. m. yesterday from :> Here are a few special values that will save y..u MnPurcut \ \ y
< "nes sup- I
I a- the depot this morning were be1 1
.c the Mobile and was accompanied by a e.
; those powerful tonics, i' iTYEiNTSl
pitcs :: I decked
with old shoe*, cow bells! i I
I few relatives. The body was Dieted
+ hvpophosphites. j>! tin tovs; and 1 ibels inscribed with all Ladies' Patent Kid Oxfords, Welt Soles.... ,.. . $;2 50
'i I i i i at the train and immediately: after- '' .

For the loss of flesh Scott's'uulsion sorts of fooli-hue-s; placed thereby : I II t I 1 : LadiOS'NineStrap: Patent Leather Saoea. . ... . :SZ.50:
ward was conveyed to ?t. Michael'scemetery '

f E':' provide the hour I I friends. They are at the LBWI* I AND PERSONALS JI I for interment. Father ): .Ml3Ses' Button or Lace Shoes, 12 to 2 ... ... . .. . . q)
I oil in 'I j
cod-liver an easily
a' hou-e.
,shmg; 1 I I Robert Fullerton conducted the ceremonies Childs'Button or Lace Shoes 9to B....... . .. . 70,
ci'!';estible fort.X11 Rev. J. M. Daunelly! yesterday: officiated -
w I at the depot. Deceased was Childs'P.1tentTip.Exten Ion Sole, Lace or Hution ... .75
It is these things that ac- at the marriage uf Mr. F. K. i I The Misses Grif 1n's dancing class; I!II
t. L : will i 176 years: of age and was formerly a Childs' Patent Leather Lace, 9 to 11. ..... .. . ... .. 9QInfant's
| meet St.
the at
t mt for the rapidity lh Wheeler to Miss Daisy Duncan, I I tonight; Joseph'sall. I Pensacola.
resident of
,fell Scott's Emulsion cures ceremony being performed at the ,, J i : i PatentI.eather. IJace,6to 8.... ... . ... .55
r' \ j 1: J. A. Dees, fi:} years! old, father-in-
-' _.kets.J' Methodist:: PU ou.lJe. Miss Junclll !I A. E. Hinmun and wife and T. J. Infant's Hard Soles, Button or" lace,2 to6 . ... /.
r' v
of Police Officer Helton, died
Milieu of the ;
i 1 resided the and Century are at Kscata-
formerly across bay
Rickety children improve: I bia today. | '
is wiJelknown. in Pensaco.l.! Romans .
_. i evervvav under its intlu1 ,1 ,,' Henry Hyer left for Scranton, I Ii l Always gettiu? something new; always giving; 1'AI.l : -
The wedding Mr. John Massey I
I i i Miss., last night, to be gone several ,i il The funeral occurred yesterday "'"
e."T and flies, Lillian Annette Griiiln
_ Fr:>. :ilMp!' I l,: days on business matters.J. I I I afternoon, the interment being made >:
will:! afternoon
r i IITr I : r.'W'.I': ," .,1'I w t.X V occur Wednesday at Masengale" representing the i j jat I Myrtle Grove. Mr. Dees cane MEYER SHOE CO.
Michatl's church. Great ,
reparation i>
1 ,I New Orleans Coffee.Co. of New Ori ,j., here several weeks: since from Evergreen ,

CAME AFTER are being made for this auspicious i lean, is m the city today a guest at i, *'
Ala. doctors
t I : where the recom- .
Feet FuruMiers for C'u-h On! .
event. .. i, Merchants.. | )
.., I j'mended that he leave for Florida.
Judge; McCullasb this /;.ornin issued I: J. A. Bryan, the genial traveling I I
CRAZY{ CHILD i j After arriving here, recurring para- SOUTH PALAFOX STREETo .
a licence to wed to Willie Allen ,I j' man for toe Atlanta Journal, is at I
lytic strokes deprived him of the
--- auj Marian: C. Woods, colored pet :1 the E-cambia: returning; from a trip i 1 -
1F !: through: Florida. powers of speech and use of his left

.a ( ATTEIIDANTATTHEINSANEAS! pi*.. Tin-ceremony will occur to- side. In this, condition he .e.o.140.01oe.A/e/0.e4040.0/e/e.eo/e/eieoc.',,.

ij night. I!i J. C. GrUnn, Winston, N. C., aj i I impend o __ ____ __ __ __ hhP --- _,.

LUM ARRIVED LAST HICHT.Mi i j widely known tobacco house reprejsentative I\ until death came. : '

Ditresafter eating,belching, and i is in the Escambia's list I L. M. Hamlin, 34 years of age, r
1 nau-ea between meals are symptoms of arrivals, today. died at Bryans' infirmary at !it o'clockt i j OFFERIN t
i -*. Mary Yeut, an attendant oft
of dY=pep-ia, which Hood's Sarsa- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Preston, are last evening of typhoid fever. The I I

} ? i =tate asylum for the iuaiie at parilla always_cure. rejoicing over the arrival at their remains were shipped to the homeof .. ,) o-.VT-o |

'. Chattahoochee: : arrived here last home today of a fine girl, tipping : e. J

:ill:. !1.rllt: and is today: at the cambia. AN ELEGANT I the beam at nine pounds. the deceased in Charleston, S. C., '' : THE BIG STORE. I

k T I I i this morning and were accompanied' i
Misspent: i ia here for the
a purpose 1 Mrs. :S. Hayes and daughter, Mies '
; R. J. ---- |
by -
1ij an attendant at the ;, -
>f taking charge; of May Reeder a BETROTHAL PARTY ; Lucy Hayes of Chicago, arrived yesterday .
f> *
I infirmary Mr. Hamlin was a civil : ; 1000 Yards Flannelettes lOc Value. :
,; white chiljf MHOUMK : for a stay of a few days. | I |
---- j engineer in the employ of the ,
t : government :
# t' [K>-(' living m the eastern part tf They are at Hotel Escambia. ill'!' : we sell Monday 10 yards for 75c J
was suddenly taken
1 = t ."' city. The chili was, bare with Last evening a beautiful Jewi-h B. Williams; Mobile, the alia- e .

;* 't'! unsound mind, but t'tely, sauce cu-tom was observed at the home of ble in-urance man, spent Sunday Friday. He was carried to the in- I .: 75 Corsets, Standard Makes, *

I r: nfl -1 ar}, '. :!.grown stronger, it is, too much Mr?. C. Kahn: on East Cha-e! street, with hi; family in Pensacola.! He !jflrmary where he died. His family ,': sold for $1.00, Monday 50c, \
returned his duties last {
+ ; in the formal announcement of the to night I I resides in Charlestoii!where he was .
g rht> mother to handle and it was
i i: of the foremost : : 50-inch Broadcloths and Venetians 5
: betrothal of her d.1uhtt'r11* Mollie Capt. C. K. Hatch and wife are to- i one citizen*
4 b"eat ;; -
:.J ught to place it in the a-y- .
day's arrivals, at the Escambia. Mrs. Daniel K. Bowen
: died -uJdenly
':111 l l'r good treatment. Kahn, to Mr. H. Neunnn. ;| Capt. Hatch has been :assigned to : : $1.00 Value for 8'a j
at her tome Main'and
corner of S
i'I I ': was a o'clock lat night before Fully one hundred friends of the at the Pensicola '
duty yard.
Clubbs street, I"aturdaThe' : Fancy Waistings sold for 50c J
{ ) (i ,
., hal'lYOUI1ri' couple were :: '
"-i 'rillKmith was notified by Supt.K present |' )II" lEft funeral will occur this afternoon i
I I Mary Holliday yesterday I j I at
t. ti 8 "*iii tf the glum that Miss; \>nt and a highly enjoyable time was for her home at Cottondale, after .1:30 o'clock. : Monday for 35c y.ud, :

tt W, .-coming for the child, who had spent; by all, it being; midnight:; before spending a delightful time with the THERE-i- II\-RATIONAL-- 'AV to : 100 Pairs Kid Gloves, Monday 69c pair :

the last I \Ibi'es Wood, on East: L i Ilua street. treat nasal .
I. t "v--r l ctn committed. The me- ;guest departed. i I,, catarrh : the medicine i- .
1 .
1 l Mr H. P. Neuraan's mother, Mrs. !, Miss; Erma Ellis, a charming applied dif < t to the alff-cted mem-
-4 > was that the lady wa un her : brane. The remedy I is Elv's Cream I i BOY'S CLOTHING. \

-I t i !I.; for the child and to have it T. Xeunnn, and also his, brother, young lady visitor, left at noon today I I Balm It re-tores the inflamed tiI -.- .

I for her home in Greenville, i iI I i sues; to a healthy state without dryI'I 8 .
] 1 ' moriiing.I I Ala., after a pleasant visit to the lug all the life out of them and it i Weather ; % Too Much Stock: \

t'I <:; was the first information were happy participant in this 'I gives: back the lost senses of ta-te'
4 I! Mi-ses Wood. : and mell. The sufferer who is tiredof : Cut Prices Prevail All Along the Line. 1
t .. occasion.An .
-:. rill received of the matter. H pleasurable vain experiments s-hould .
J. W.Coons leaves! tomorrow morning ? ueCream .
P? 4 ta J "'IJ: not find the child last night appropriate toast was offered for Mobile his Halm. Druggists veil it for II
to meet ,
la# : ; .>0 ctKly; Ilrn leer*, 50; Warren I
1s. 1s '. I could not get it comuritted, by Rabbi Hamuel Koch, and Mr. 'John A. Coon, late of Jackson, i Street, New York, will mail it. i )I.NEW GOODS.. \ ;
FtM _
r. lure :Mi,; 1 eat, mu-t i ieiuiu Julias Menko also offered a senti : Teun.. and who soon ail* for Cuba, ''j .

1: where he will locate i ij : Cloth Walking Skirts $2.75 to $5.00 ;
meat friend of the permanently
S until!! t'>!:>nrrow uinriiing.\ as a family. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC .

M s sbt PrIcstT' Excellent punch was generously j Clinton Smith and Chas E. Burden I Dr. Warner's Rust Proof Corsets, :

-erved with every assortment of re- contractors from Washington, J. D. Go, lu- been -c-curt-d by tl ecireulatiou 50c to $1.00. JChildren's
|I D. C., are in the city and will build
314k AETURNEDDIAMOMOS fre-hmetit*. i manager of The Atlanta
; i i ii! an additional improvement at the ; Daily N"w- to control the iit.icola : and Ladies' Waterproof Coats; :
guests were delightfully
government reservation at Barrau- '':'distribution i of that paper and will : Ladies' Linen Collars-The Latest. J
informally entertained with ,
songs' i ca; i
; b-3 authorize to receive and receipt I .
and music l by the Misses L'.uise and' i 50 Remnant Matting
ti dlr! iI I i Hon. B. M. Mason of Washington; i fur allutuaiesfursubscriptian! -. Any yards :

>:arai! L. Kahn: Esther Roseiisteiu. D. C., arrived at the E-cimbia yes- conimuLicatiotis or bu-iue-s in jrtt.rtlatius .- : lOc yard to close :

e s 1'J' LilliFroleichtein, Mollie Kahn, terday. Mr. Mason; it :a partner of I( f'ral to the paper will bet! .
paty 1 *: &tdf'r| l-veir-d! ( i
Mtlliken given the best of attention fr.GilSi .
Judge who is
today fighting -
Alice Levy, Maud Jleuko, Rose
; fir; W. B. iVnght: the \' Iluab:e ; Mr. M. H. :Sullivan for large feesa will personally *ee to the Wayne Knit Hosiery. i
Levy, Theresa Stone and Messrs.giam '
r-t} '. iioa4 brooch lo-t at tho Festival commissions on a land !sale. prompt delivery of the piper and

t+s .r unJs last ThursJjy evunnsr. : Freukel and Ike Hirschuun. j I 1 It'bertSpenceracd wife will lea all complaints for con-dtlivf-ry : -.- ;Best for the Money-:*-- i

Miss!' Mollie K:ihu i.. one uf Peusacot' new subscriptions should l 1tL
rf 'rWngl.t ws profuse in her in a few day for St. Louis, where Govern-- :1
to hi* Imuie at .las: : Eat
fairest dowers, and "Punch"Ntuorin ;
Mr. will euter the
: ; .inks to the eilicieiit olllct, w ho Spencer employofthe went Pitron
.. t i is the gentlemanly littlemauagtr Southern Pacific railway. He -tred. are peii.tlly
# ? -,' ivered them Saturday ufter'iooti. '! warned not to pry the carrier buys I : Soljitsou' & Oil.e.e i
of the Meyer's Shoe Co.May will go into the air brake dp.part- .
; Mr. Sander-wa- the grounds any money. n24lw7k. !
1p. similar with
they ever be as happy is theyWde | meat, having a position J .
jay -\\lIfl1.IY and got a clue that the.nonds j the L. & ,x.I -- -- ._ d .

-' M :: had beet fouul by a -mall last night.;
Hon. Luther C. Jones exmemberof sC I Ui & k -
# w Ite gill. The otlicer obtained the the : legislature and who : ;

(414 line of the finder and at once GOAT STOLEN introduced in that body the original book Out for Fever I STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ,

-mght Ler at her 1:onw. At tirst tie : mKi-ureto regulate child labor in INSURANCE Biliousness; and liver disorder at i
t I the state: i* la the city. Mr. Jones this season may be prevented by THUS. C'OMMiN: ;, (" t ,
-d l denied: thathe I lijd the brooch, FROM A GROOM' AM: i cleansing the system with DeWitt'"
the O.J. Peacock Co. '
( is repre-enting will make regular tr,' I "
r throateusd with i fur I Little Early Hi-er;!. These famous
r h when I
.t arrest: :
I'f-naacoU PointV -Mi-- '
of Columbus. i I ,
----- l'! REAL ESTATE : little pills do not gripe. They move
pt'tty larceny, the valuables were the bowels gently but copiously; and Freeport. Leave I.uyl-1.
W .r William F. Been the gentlemanwho Mr. Lewis Willi*, who U now No.I South Palafox Street. : by reason: of the tonic properties wharf Thursday at Ii; ,1;. II >: :

viu forthcoming. traveling for the :Simmon's Hardware give tone and strength to the glands. rive at Freeport at fll'i j !ilL i '
yesterday wa married to Mrs. : Leave ,
'- L, Co., arrived in the city on the J Partial Lin of Desirable Dwelling 1 Hargis' Pharmacy., John Kheppard, Freeport TUl"-d'l\ rand .
; .
arrive at Pen-ac'ila t. i I"
A lTG OK 1S'.41t. 1i bee. was the victim of an industrious I Sidney Kahn.NAVAL ;
j :; 5 m. train yesterday: Mr. Willis ; ,
p. for Rent in Various Parts | day. Fare, round trip '*
---- -
# : thief Saturday. Hrten hadjust ': will remain with his family one or !I of the I, I3,
; ('ul1'%e ruts l p a Grand Fights City: HTOittJi MA11HKT.

t purchased an overcoat, payingflfi two day, when he will leave for ', "I.i.IA.-Ianl&, 3-story -
1n Among the best of judges: of goodtugs dwelling 'ppcl"lIy!!

: in the f !od line, H i thegrovr therefor. He took it to his Tampa, making that city his head- I i adapted poses; :*!> rooms fur boarding known' a house, ..Ponce purl de* : p"r'l-il Daily for The' Newi bj Try one of our cdebr
> man or hi* wife. They kllowWilY j quarters. I..on Uou;,," at No. IW E.: latenucia Union Natal Store Co. // S.lelt dllattre.vse'They .
many: of their l'U5tou4t'ri purc room but when he started to: see his d.- treet. HUMS. |

-r .; s .'ie certain food.t charmer the coat was missing.; The A. Bell,general manaser; for Kreiss flO: 1-LRr' roomi 2-story, witn dwelling all nuxlern, containing cuininI W W "._. ..... .. Ill.:) Ii ..........._ .. .n Wwa never pack or gn '.

The'! wife of a croceryuun in Car & Co., arrived from Philadelphia to-1 lenci-s.situation forth Beylent.' ., : _.._.. ...... ..... I to G. ... .. .. ...... 1 5i''x lumpy. Better than aha"r
t ; tuagf, iNew York sa'y-"J! have: cot w is recovered and given backto l ayHe i is at the Escambia., Mr. b.tweeni4trongand Ijeboto. street 'N- .. ... II "J K..... .. n 1 .;'. ,

.. R ..always been a l lover of cullee, and the owner. A ilver watch stolen Hell will remain here and place the $25A-2-storydwdlingatNo.i'. with t rooms nrar belt ortb Un Karcttlona. .- I M. h..... ... n ..... 3 III E...... . 11:', mattress, at half the w ".>.

$i' & ::.terefore dra'ik a great deal of it. j water and gas througbout.; t K ... .._......_.25: :. D n..._._ .... I $7'j I Marston & Quina.
at the same timejhas: not been found, Pensacola branch on a footing then ', I.'l.CO-l-Ktory() .
About A year and a half ago;. I be- darUing on bt-lt line, NovttjTtgors 4n
Columbus Ga. where \\ bttW"f'D Ueusand ,_.. .............8w: CsbeOw ....1iT'i -
to another lie
convinced that it the !
acne was looking. for
butthe police are it. MlilersI ,
roonij bath city water and arlaimTeazastrarz-5n.:
'- v.ause: of my headaches and torpid tore is conducted. The opening gas. __ FOR SEED OATS
:ever and resolved to give it up al- here will occur next Saturday; 120.0)-1-storydweillog No. 4J!West Wrtgbt ,
.o -- ---- containing7 It Keeps the Feet Warm and Drjr.I .
}n the rt'soluti..n'l1ueJ ECHOlf"BAD rooms city water ana .
ugh Seed
r.i me no Rye and Chicken Win "
TUG The is excellent gas with large lot
advertising on
Reporter ; an prominent corner I Ask to-davfor Altec' loot-Kw.a powder.
mall struggle but Po-tum came torr In ..
residence district I ,
1 Chilblain.'olltn.l'w..atlnl.l'or.
medium. 117 Jo; care on the Mellen-Crosby! ('ou.gthe i :
;.- re-cup. From that time on, coffee 1''?story dwelling'II lib 1> rooms at So. Aching Damp feel. At all druggists and

!has never found a place on our ACCIDENT I'lest to Komaaa buiinebg street very of convenient I albs nor..s. J.;c. f Alctniz street warf-hiiu--.
: portion city.
table except for company, and then RATHBONE SISTERS. B-V-l-story dwelling at No. IliJ 6Ve we always fe 1 a dull heidtche, I I Gregory street with' t rooms on belt 1f udgtt''s. the hest jsr 5c.
No. 4. Rath bone HUH,
Magnolia Temple in good location
throughout the day for having inc -
Sisters, held a very important meetI tljlsiory dwelling corner Chase and You IWiI ,e
dul ej. Barcelona with can get
streets 5 room.. Hot Chocolate your
When I gave up coffee and commenced The tug Echo, owned formerly i ing last Friday afternoon. Members ire 5u-l- tory dwelling, So.1'*. Eat Wrightstreet : at Solo at Marstoni -
notified at the Cream furnished complete
i are hereby regular Whipped
a room,
city water and
the of P.I i gas
u-e *tUlll 1 was an Sounders of this place, collided ,
( Capt. : meeting Friday afternoon" Nov 23, I tl&W-Nrwl-story: dwelling No. Ill UestI mon's. "
aabitual sufferer from hesdiche. 1 2:30 o'clock. Nominations I Cbaje street,S rooms,city water and -- -- $ Quina1 on easy pa'/
Alma .tiat for
ar l now find myself entirely free from it, and sank the steamer I gas.If15T5l .
officers for next six months will take I will watches and ments weekly or monthly-
and what is more, have regained my ; New Orleans Baturday. The Echoi i I story' East (..relloI. j I repair your ,
t which 1 had : I rl.lce.Iember are specially requested -I. ry street ry rooms on belt' line Jewelry! in first-class style. J. 1

i.t.f= clear: complexion was; gone forever. supposed ;I i was in command of Capt. C. H. Eld-[ 1 to attend. i I $15.W-l-story vantesetrestnear dwelling' fet.. 7ns Katb East: rlne'PerI .- Stephens. We will launder your spreads: '.''

I MRS J. C. WILLIAMS, 1 Lbapel)f\ 15 cunts each and make them l I'r,
Set' '3 I never lose an opportunity 0', rooms outhouses aad large i M
ridge, formerly residing here. Blame MRS. EI.ITH E. OORE.1.. E. C. lot cornering on "Itb avenuoi like uw. Htar Laundry.
: ,a ijf speak in favor of } stuUl, and have: M. R. C. I i A Urge list of smaller dwelling, as wells Try G unther's Candies atSolomon's.
-- -
L ? induced many families to love: it a for the accident! has not been officially [- I a number stores and offices tott.ztE.T.
and invariably pleased I' i i The finest line of umbrella-!!t. : '
trial they are
settled. The Echo was net damaged iTry I Gunther's Candies at THOS. C. WATSON: & CO., ] _- *
with it." Name given by Postuta Leading; Real Estate Rental and lofarance city is at J. I. KtepneuO
C Co., Bittle Creek, Mioh.( a great deal. l Solomon's. Agents:south:: falatox strret i Try THE NEWS Want column. I'at .
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